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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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July 3, 1886
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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Ceased in 1901.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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Public School So. 1. many years past in the habit of sleeping Atlantis. the lost city has gazed down into the limpid Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of

The following petition was circulated in with unlocked doors. To theEditor of the Mirror: depths and been startled at the sight of the H., meets at their rooms, on Third street,

city the past week. It will explain itself There are several indictments hangingover In the long ago, so long'in fact that his- outlines of a great white city'lying deep be- second month.and fourth. Friday nights in each

the Sibble, and it is a wonder that he did tory has no knowledge of that lost people, of neath ; all its streets plainly seen and its Young Benevolent
: Society (colored) Tem-
not use his iron-clad head in giving Sheriff whom we know so little and yet have such magnificent palaces, with handsome turrets perance Hall, Centre street near Tenth-,
FLA. June 28 1886.
FCRXASDISA, Ellermann a polite bump. Had he done so indisputable evidence, once ruled and reigned and spires pointing upwards ; even the :Meets second Wednesday night in everv

To the Hon. the County School Board of Nassau it would have been in keeping with his audacity in extensive cities, whose magnificent bright guilded domes reflecting the light month. -

County: and the Sheriff's golden spectacles palace, guilded halls and elaborate through the blue water surrounding all. CHURCHES.

GE rLE Yourpetitioners,and parentsof would have went flying to the winds. dwellings now stand erect and intact in all Alas lost Atlantis, was not this the homeof

children who attend Public School No. 1, The remains of Mrs. Richards, of whom their silent splendor, but with fathoms upon Noah? And do not we have a history of St. Peter's Episcopal Church,Centre street

located at Fernandina, beg leave to respect- mention was made last week, were brought fathoms of blue sea waves rolling over all that great disappearance in our Mosaic nar- corner. Eighth-Services on Sundays at Iia.
m. Sunday-school
; at 3
honorable that p. ra.
fully represent to your body here on Saturday, and now repose quietly and hiding from us the history of a great rative of the flood? Perhaps not. What do First Presbyterian Church, Sixth street

they hear, with much regret, that the officeof beside relatives and friends, covered by the catastrophe.The you think? between Centre and Alachua-No servicesat

Principal of said school has been as- that the mound builder called Was the Atlantis present. Sunday-school at 9 a. m.; prayer
shade trees of our beautiful Evergreen Cemetery .country .,,. a pre-Adamite race? and
meeting Thursday evening 7.30 o'clock.
than the who ,
signed to gentleman The Destroyer has laid his chilling his' -the home of Skilled workmen in if so how shall we reconcile the statement Southern M. E. Church Broome
filled it l last year. hand upon few, if any, better persons. :Mrs. gold silver and copper, and, who found the that Adam was an original, with the above corner of Sixth-Sunday services at 11 a. m.

The desire and hope of your petitioners is R. was a Miss Seals, whose father had a mines of the latter in'XortbernIichigall proposition. and 7.30 p. m.; Sunday-school at 3 p. m.;

that the most competent man that can be country seat on' North River, a few miles ample and valuable enough. to warrant. the Fernandina. Fla., June 1886. prayer Catholic meeting Church Wednesday evening, 7.30.
corner of Broome and
shall be selected for the office. The
had from St. Mary's, where she spent her early building of a broad highway from his capi- Fourth streets-Sundays, mass at 10 a. m.

representations that we shall make hereinare life. John H. Seals, editor and proprietor of tal in the midst of the seas to,and along the GENERAL CITY DIRECTORYCITY and vespers and benediction of the Blessed

not based upon objections to or preju- the Sunny South, is a cousin,* and she has then high and rocky shores of what we now Sacrament at 7.30 p. m.; during the week,

dice against the gentleman already selectedfor other relatives among the prominent peopleof know as Florida, then over the Apalachian GOVERNMENT. mass First at 6.30 Baptist a. m.Church (colored), Ninth

the coming term, but are inspired by the Upper Georgia. Out of six children only Mountains, through the prairies, till he terminated Mayor-James McGiffin. Office on Third street, near Centre-Services every Sunday. .
great satisfaction which the Rev. Mr. Chandler the this at 11 a. m. and 8p.iu.
two survive her greatest thoroughfare earth street, between Alaclma and Broome.
has given us, and the progress our children ever knew, at the famous copper mines of Marshal-Stephen Morris. Centre Zion and Baptist Church (colored), corner of

have made under his administration. City .Market.To the lake region of the North. Clerk-George E. Wolff. Office at Whit- Tenth streets-Services every
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 3 p. ni.African .
DP to our children and to ourselves den the Editor of the Mirror: ner & Schuyler's.AssessorJohn.
He found gold all ,along his route-in Stays.CollectorOliver Methodist Church (colored).Beech

.d* that we should say this much to you, The time has arrived when steps shouldbe Florida, in Georgia and the Carolinas, and S.Oakes. Office at E. 0. street, near Se"enth-Services every Sundayat

i : that we do not deem it wise to change taken to establish a market-place for the his own rocky land yielded vast quantitiesof Friend's store, northwest corner of Centre Northern 11 a. ni. and: .3 E.p. m.
Church colored Ash
( ),
from one with whom we are so well pleasedto sale of all meats, vegetables, etc. In other the precious metal. But he could' not and Third streets.TreasurerThomas. street, near Seventh-Services every: Sundayat

one that, at least, we have not had the places ordinances are in successful operationby form his useful implements of gold, and east corner of Centre and Kydd.Third Office streets.north- 11 a. m. and 3 p. m.

opportunity to know will fill the positionwith which the city is pecuniarily benefitedand copper was to him of greater value, for he Board ot Aldermen-G. F. Avery, Presi-

equal satisfaction, and under whomour the citizens are enabled to secure such knew the secret of hardening, temperingand dent; G. Stark, R. E. Robinson, W. Dorsey, HOTELS.IN .

children will make as great progress in supplies as they may need, it being a fineable shaping it, and he left enough of his Reuben Walker R. MacDonald, R. Wilkerson THE-
P. Kelly, Charles H. Berg. CITY.
their studies. offense for hucksters and venders to handiwork to show us thb.t'le could do this; Standing committees of the Council : Egmont Hotel, Seventh and Beech streets

So far as the discipline of the school underMr. offer for sale produce except at the desig- but his secret art he kept hidden as myste- On Finance ; on Laws and Ordinances ; on -Open from December 1st to :May 1st.

Chandler is concerned (the only groundfor nated market up to the hour of 8 o'clock a. riously as he keeps his history from us. That. Rules; on Printing ; on Taxes and Licenses: Mansion House, corner Third and Broome

objection we have heard expressed), we m. A person should be put in charge to collect he was of a race far exceeding the present G.Robinson.On Stark,.Chairman, Aldermen Berg and streets-Open Tourist Hotel all,the Broome year. street, between _'

answer that we are entirely satisfied with it. such fees as may be designated and see human species in stature and physical development Streets and Drains ; on Public Im- Fourth and Fifth-Open all 'the year. f

While he may not practice the same military that nothing but good articles are offered for is abundantly proven. That he provements ; on Lamps and Lighting Florida House, Third street, between Cen-

discipline that is enforced in other sale. Will not our city fathers take this had a taste for the beautiful a knowledge of Streets ; on City Property; on Scavenger tre and Ash-Open all the year.
Work : P. Chairman Aldermen
schools, the moral force with which he does matter in hand and give it careful attention? art and an ability to execute artifice that Stark and'Robinson.On Kelly, BEACH RESORTS.

exercise control over the children we deemfar I. puzzles our modern cleverness, is a fact. Fire Department; on Police: CharlesH. The Strathmore-Open from June 1st to

better and more important in the founda- Berg, Chairman, Aldermen Walker and November 1st.
His knowledge of the earth's extent is
Fourth of July Excursion Rates Wilkerson.On Atlantic Pavilion-Open all the year.
tion of their characters.We proved inasmuch as he has left his tracesin Ocean House-Open all the
On Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Mon- Poor; on Cemetery ; on Wharves and year
repeat that we deeply regret that we day, July 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th the Florida every portion of it. Who was he? A Slips: R. E. Robinson, Chairman, and Al- 1

should lose one so eminently qualified in Railway & Navigation Company will sell son of Adam he must have been, else our dermen Berg and Dorsey. LIVERY STABLES.
respect to teach and trust that City Council meets first and third Wednesday -,
every you world has a pre-Adamite history of whichwe
round-trip tickets between all local stationsat in month.
every Egmont Livery and Sale Stables corner
see some by which at least a re- ,
may way know nothing. Shall we admit that this
one fare for the round trip. Tickets will BOARD OF TRADE. Beech and Fourth streets-G. F.Avery, pro-
spectful consideration can be given to the be good to return up to and including I earth was inhabited before Adam was President -Wm. B. C. Duryee. prietor., \.

hope we permit ourselves to indulge in, viz: Wednesday, July 7th, and may be obtainedof brought to our notice? Vice-President-J. H. Prescott.SecretoryW City Livery, Sale and Boarding Stables,

that the wishes of the parents,.,who are the have a jretty good_history of th doings J. Woodward. corner Fourth. and Alachua streets-P. I.
ticket agents at stations on the line. T9e e_ -. .fr! nrfpr .. : ,
_._..J1tirl..I'"c.. lU.IO-AJ1..In.tJu.P f" _. ':.- '''';,. &WV '':'' r ______........-,. since Adam a time, arid CaveTiaaocca--! : u "r -
Board of Governors-Fred W. Hoyt Thos.
termining the selection of one who shall Shipments from, This .P ri. sion, many of us, to regret that we know so Kydd, Sam'l A. Swann, and the President, EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH. ':

guide and teach the children. During the past week the following ship- much about Adam ; but about these very and Vice-President. ."

A. O. MacDonell, C. M. Wimberly, ments were made from this port via the New superior people, the Atlantis, we are a little Rooms over Dotterer's store, southwest Southern Express Company, W. R. Stephens ;
John A. Brooks, D. J. Taylor, line corner of Centre and Second streets. agent. Office in Duryee's building, ,1
York steamship : uncertain. They lived and moved and had
John L. Taylor, B. 0. Theus, The Board meets every Monday afternoon. foot of Centre street. Open from 8 a. m. to i
D. Alverson, C. H. Huot, Per steamship Carondelet, of the Mallory their being, and they possessed superior 12 noon, and from 2 to 5 p. m. :.

F. B. Papy, A. Se3'dell & Bro., Line, for New York, July 1-77,300 feet of intelligence and knew some things that we Telegraph office, railroad building, foot of j i
W. E. Robbins, J. C. Read, lumber, 395 cases cedar, 368 logs cedar, 107 COUNTY OFFICERS. Beech street. Open daily except Sunday :?
do knew all that
G. N. Saussy, Norman Brownson, barrels rosin, 25 barrels spirits, 650 packages not-perhaps they we now from 8 to 1 p.m., and from 2 to 6 p.m.; !t""
W. C. Be-al, W. 0. Jeffreys, vegetables, 50 packages merchandise.Call know, and if so, they surely knew more than County Commissioners-Chas. W. Lewis, on Sunday, from 8 to 10 a.m., and from 7 to :;

Jno. T. Graham, J. W. Flinn, we do-and the writer who once remarked chairman; Fernandina; Phineas Johnson, 8 p. ,
D. E. Maxwell\ E. P. Noyes, for a County Convention. there's nothing new under the sun knew Italia ; J. J. Upchurch, Callahan ; T. J. Hig- m.TRAVELER'S i
W.N. Thompson, G. C. Dickson, The Democratic voters of Nassau county ginbotham, King's Ferry. GUIDE.
F. W. Simmons R. J. Rabb just what he was talking about. Of course The Commissioners meet the first Wednesday -
will hold a County Convention at Callahanon had and how the fellowsup in month. Beach trains leave Centre street
C. Lasserre, C. L. Jack, they a telephone, every depot,
W. J. Woodward, J. D. Palmer, Saturday, July 24th, to nominate eight in that Lake Superior region must have County Judge-Hinton J. Baker. daily except Sunday,at 6.30 and 11.10 a. m.,
John the County Clerk-J. A. Edwards. 2, 4.10,6.20 and 7.30 m. Returning, leave
Tompkins, W. E. Snyder, delegates to Congressional Convention. been startled when the first alarm from p.
Hiram Swearingen, J. L. Smith, Sheriff-John A. Ellermann. Beach at 6.40 and 11.20 a. m., 2.15, 4.30, 6.30.
The Districts are entitled to delegates in the
0. B. Murray, T. Kydd, away off near the Canary Islands came over Assessor-W. H. Garland. and 9 p.m.Sunday .
Emil 0. Friend, Samuel A. Swann County Convention as follows : the wires after this manner, very likely : Collector-Warren F. Scott. Office at E.0. trains leave at 6.30 a. m., 10.10 a. r

}!. E. Hunt, R. V. R. Schuyler,: Precinct No. 1.........................................13 Hallo! hallo! fellows there, Friend's store northwest corner of Centre m., 12 m., 2, 3, 4.10, 5 and 7.30 p. m. Returning i
W B. C. Duryee, George E. Wolff, u No.. 2.........................................1 say you up and Third streets.TreasurerGustav. ,leave Beach at 6.45 a. m., 10.20 a. i i
E. T. Roux, Chas. H. Berg, No.3......................................... 1uNo. you had better takea quick chariot back, Stark. Office at store, m., 12.30, 2.10, 3.30, 4.20, 6 and 9 p. m.
Geo. L. Martin, C. V. HiIyer.! 4.................... .................... 2uNo.5. home; just drop things and light out, for southeast corner of Centre and Second. All trains stop at Seventh street, oppositeE

N. L. Gano, Chas. W. Lewis, ......................................... 3 there's trouble over here. The water is The offices of the County Commissioners, mont Hotel.
T. W. Harthill: Joseph Mode, No. 6. ...................................... 3 and the road in County Judge, County Clerk, and Sheriff, Trains for all points North and West, Middle -
John Coburn, Mode Bros., No. 7......................................... 4 rising already over your are over Whitner & Schuyler's store, on Florida, and all Southern points, daily {
S. W. McCarl, J. S. Lefils, No.8.................'....................... 2 direction, and it looks as if we were going to Center street. at 10.10 a. m. and 4.10 p. m; arrive daily at j

S. Dozier, David J. Taylor, Jr., uNo. 9........................................10 have a tremendous flood. One old fellow out 11.10 a. m. and 4 p. ra.
John Hedges, G. F. Avery, No. 10...................................... 2 in the Kiawaddy neighborhood has just fin- SCHOOL BOARD. Trains for Jacksonville daily, except Sun-
Jas. Thomson, J. C. Rutinhauser, u No. 11...................................... 3 Superintendent of Public Instruction-. day, at 7 a. m. and 2.45 p. m.; arrive Fer-
ished that portable house he calls an ark, John Owens, Evergreen. nandina at 11 and 6.10 ,
S. A. Mode, Theo. Starbuck, H. J. BAKER, Chairman. a. m. p.m.
I. A. :Mode, George F. Lewis, which he has been at work on so long, and Board-G. Stark, J. A. Edwards, HintonJ. Sunday trains for Jacksonville leave at 7
Thomas R. Moore.St. J. A. EDWARDS, Clerk. he has a regular menagerie and aviary inside Baker, Fernandina; Noah Hicks, Brandy a. m. and 4 p. m.; arrive Fernandina 10.10a.
Fernandina, Fla., July 3, 1886. Branch ; George W. Hodges, Callahan. m. and 6.45 p. m.
says there will be water enough outsidefor Mallory Line steamers for New York leave
Mary's Items. List of Letters the fishes, and talks as if he was going BOARD OF steamship wharf, foot of Beech street, every
The schooner J. JT. Stetson is unloading President-H. E. Dotterer. Office foot of Beech street.
when the tide high enough- Thursday.
Remaining in the post-office at Fernandina away gets Board-Dr. J. D. Palmer G. Stark, H. J.
creosoted piling at the railroad crossing, to Nassau county, Florida, July 3d, 1886. everybody laughs at him, but he says'you'll Baker, Dr. J. L. Horsey. Steamer Thomas dock Collyer, for Brunswick,
be used on the bridge work. The Captain is Persons calling for these letters must leave Centre street daily.
say see; and it looks as if we wouldn'tsee Port Physician-Dr. Th. Starbuck Steamer St. Nicholas, for Savannah, leaves

well pleased with St. :Mary's, and predictsthat advertised Albert, Nancy: Johnson, Lee much longer, for it just pours, and the Quarantine Inspector-Henry W. King. Cenfre street dock every Wednesday and

she will become a city of importance.If Burt, Wm A Johnson, L R water is still rising, and I don't see how you Sanitary Inspector-John A. Ellermann. Saturday. Office at the depot.

we succeed in getting to be a lively little Bointees, Mrs Howell, Annie Mary fellows will ever get across." You can well Steamer :Martha for all points on the St.
and for
STATES OFFICERS. :Mary's river Monday and Thursday,
city of a few thousand people, in the face of Brooks, Reuben Lemon, L W imagine how the teams rattled across the UNITED St. Mary's daily.
Blake. Joe Rose E
so many other coast cities so near us it will
Clark, Mrs Fred Miller A L country till they reached the rocky penin- CUSTOM-HOUSE.

be doing well. The only chance of buildinga Cook, Harriett McRae, Sophia sular extending the Bermudas, and foundit "Northwest corner Centre and Third streets., OFFICE/ OF/ U. S. LIGHT-HoUSE ENGINEER, |

city of considerable size depends upon the Chappell, Lellis Scott, Joe submerged and the sea rolling at their Collector-W. Mahoney. FIFTH AND SIXTH DISTRICTS, }

contingency as to whether or not heavy Clenan,Mrs M Smith, Johnny feet. They waited day after; day for the Deputy Collector-T. L. Stewart. BALTIMORE, MD., June 21st, 1886.

capitalists take a fancy here. In the natural Copeland Scarder, Mollie Inspector-J. Hamp Jones. WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC
waters to subside till at last
Darker Mamie Sheves L 0 thoroughly THERE
course of Office hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. daily, for cash, on Saturday. July
events small coast towns between Dorr, Eliza Horsendore, Fr prostrated with fear and grief,they
, wandered except Sunday. 17th, 1886, at 12 m., near the postoffice in
wealthy cities of Savannah and Jacksonville Floyd, Eady Thompson, Wm off here, there, everywhere, into the wilder- POST-OFFICE. Fernandina, Fla., all the material of the
must grow slowly, but capital could Green, Hempa Young, W R two-story frame house which has until recently -
Grant Geo J ness of the new continent, and left no trace South side of Centre street, between Second
: George Washington
soon place been used as a keeper's dwelling at
them on the rapid wings of pro- of their fate in the and Third.
Jones, T J Williams, C J except coppercoloredsavage Amelia Island main light-station, Fla., and
gress and enable them to enter the contest Johnsan, Ciller Wilkinson, PrinceS. who, ever after, wandered as,his lost Postmaster-Samuel T. Riddell. which, including the kitchens, contains ten

for sovereignty as shipping points for fruits, T. RIDDELL, P. M. progenitors wandered before him. A small Money Order Clerk Leopold Beugnet. rooms. The sale is to be conditioned upon
vegetables, turpentine lumber Post-office open daily except Sunday from the removal from the light-house premiseson
etc. number found in Mexico in
a similarity 8 a m. to 6.30 m. Sundays, from 10.30 to
In p. ; before the 30th day of September,
Holders of Bonds or
many respects St. Mary's is in a condition City location and surroundings to their lost At- 11 o'clock. 1886, of all the material sold, but of whichno
to take a fair start, as lots are owned by Northern and Western mails close at 9.30a. the
lantis, and there they remained, and the part is to be removable by purchaseruntil
many persons, and the railroad TAKE NOTICE. m.; arrives at 4 p. m. all the holes and excavations which
company famous Aztecs from this little band,
will have lands sprang Southern mail for F. R. & N. road closesat have been made in taking out bricks
enough upon which to build a race powerful and intelligent, with a love 9.30 arrives at 4 m. may
a large IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT a. m.; p. from the foundation and cistern shall have
city. A little rivalry would tend to NOTICE unpaid Bonds of the City of for the beautiful in architecture and a faint Southern mail for Jacksonville and the been properly filled in, to the satisfaction of

help matters, by placing lots at reasonable Fernandina, Fla., of the series issued under attempt to imitate the traditions of the lost Su John's river closes at 6.30 a. m. and 2 p. the Light-House Engineer, Sixth District ;
figures. m.; arrives at 11 a. m. and 6.10 p. m. the sale is to be made the
authority of an Ordinance of said City, home of their forefathers.The and further, upon
The colored burglars Edwards passed and approved May 31st ,1869, will be condition that all of the material sold
who stole redeemed on presentation to G. Stark, chair- lower class, who had worked as me- SOCIETIES. which, for any cause,,may not have been removed -
this a gold watch and other articles in man of Finance Committee, City of Fer- nials in the' copper mines, never recovered from the light-house site by the 1st

city last week and were captured in your nandina. from the wandering habits they formed at Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. &,A. M., meets of October next, shall on that day: revert to
city Saturday last, are enjoying the hospitality Holders of the above described Bonds will Monday on or before full moon. Lodge the light-house establishment, the same as
the time of the and left
of Camden .take notice that the interest on the same catastrophe, they us room southeast corner Broome and Second if there had been no sale made of it.
and will county jail, located here, will. cease June 30th, 1886. the North American Indian as a trace of streets, second floor. Any further information desired maybe,
go trial in November next, and GEO. E. WOLFF, their presence. Nassau Chapter, R. A. :M., meets Thurs- had by application to this office.

then to the coal mines a little later to dig City Clerk. But,.Atlantis-that beautiful countryAh day following the regular communicationsof The right is reserved to reject ,any or all' .
their graves for their infamous crime. Fernandina, Fla., June 3, 1886. Amelia Lodge.Veeapopka bids. :t :
They that lies just as it sunk-and it is there .
certainly broke Lodge, No. 2565, K. of H., JAMES F.: G REGOETj ,
the monotony of this quiet Fresh Florida Butter to-day,' beneath the waves,- beautiful in its meets at their rooms, on Third street, first Captain of Engineers :L':1fit: .
city where many persons have been for 'At WHITXER & SCHUYLER'S. silence, and many a mariner who sails over and third Tuesday nights! in each month. Engineer 5th and 6th LightHouse7r .1;





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,",:f ." THE FLORIDA MIRROR, : JULY. 3i; 1886..' ;; ., of

ONLY A LITTLE WAT. I ing spectacles in malicious sport as ,' numerous wraps, opened it,' took out I their lovers, 'their dresses, their toys' I edge to himself' that he had scarcely
I frolicsome girls will sometimes scratch his card-case, from which he extracteda and amusements was to a certain extent -' i glanced at her, and should! decidedly
To A little that dear way-I home know where it is my not beloved far are, their lovers with the thorn of a rose. card, and handed it to his lovely fellow a fascinating vision. However, not be .able to recollect even the gen-
And yet my faith grows.weaker as I standA .Ofttimes did,the rector think it was passenger. She accepted it with a he drew out his,watch and named the I. eral aspect of her prosaic fi<>are
poor 1 lone: pilgrim in a dreary land, too bad, when he happened to see some smile, glancing with feminine curiosity; precise time., ,There ,was an, expression of anxiety 0;
bliss obscures
,Where And still present my heart pain sits the,future like a bird, upon wretched old farmlaborer..about.sev. ,at the ..dressi1gwith its choice '. I am rude enough to admire your the face. of the taller man, General
The empty nest and mourns its treasures enty or eighty years old reading with- and costly contents."I watch," exclaimed Miss Ada;,in her Marine, as the rector presumed him to
gone; out glasses," and with'manifest ease. am 'going to London, for' a baby fashion. The rector feared she be, which was natura under the cir
And Plumed vanished for their quite.flight, ,' ,Asoft, melodious..voice .said so' sud- friend's wedding:' Ah.,,-you are laugh- was just a little addicted to flirting, cumstances.
Ali! me, where is the comfort-though I denly as to,startle.him : ing. You gentlemen always say' we; but it is a'pardonable if not carriedtoo The two gentlemen paused at the
say 4C May I come in here ?" girls never think'of'anything but wed- far. He smiled. door of the compartment in which the
They have journeyed on but a little way! He looked,.up, whipped his spectacles ,dings and getting i married, and all u Yes," he responded. A gift from smiling rector remained seated. The
A little way-at times' they seem so near, under, the paper, and stared at that kind, 'of thing," continued Miss my parishioners." leader scanned the clerical traveler
To Their all'my voices duties ever loving murmur at my ear lend;, the speaker, not only answering Ada, in her lively,'chatty "way. That 'shows how the appreciateyou attentively, and glanced swiftly over
And with sweet ministry presence my steps attend quickly, "Certainly," but rising ana "Well, it is a matter to'be looked'atin ," said :Miss;;Ada, 'with,an upward the seats, the floor, the racks, then
i And bring my soul'the luxury of tears. actually opening the door himself, to a serious light,"said the'Rev. Sep- glance through' her long 'eyelashes. again at the sole occupant of the car
'Twas here we met, and parted company; admit most beautiful girl, who sprang timus, a mixture of rebuke and sympathy A valuable gift, I am sure." riage.
should their gain be such grief tome? ..
Why The scene of loss lightly in and seated, herself oppositeto ;in his 'tones. The reverend It is. I believe it is worth from Pardon me," he began, cour-
Thou heavy cross 1 him._ The rector liked beautiful, gentleman was pleasantly aware that sixty'to eighty guineas," said the rec- teously.
And Dear show Saviour take Heaven.the burden'is but-a off I little pray, fashionably attired girls, though he his voice 'was remarkably melodious, tor, pardonable pride in his air and < Certainly.! : I think practical
a me way. seldom enjoyed the good. fortune of and he did not at all dislike to hear tone. joking is a foolish amusement," responded -
', These sombre robes; these saddened faces, all meeting them. He ranked them among himself talk, especially to ladies, who "May: I look at it ?" the Rev. Septimus, with blaud
The Ah! bitterness let me turn and my pain face of where'er death recall.I may, the agreeable,,solacing things of this appreciate these, nice points. Certainly." He detached it from politeness, commingled withcoidiality.
: dull life-like "I in a'frightMiss: Ada wenton the chain and laid it her little *41 at relieve
;: I see the traces of a sure decay ; roses peaches pine- am : on open may once your natural
.. And parting takes the marrow out of life., apples, Rimmel's choicest perfumes, "because I 'have papa's wedding palm.. anxiety by informing you that your
,Secure Which in death bliss,with we hold scarce the a golden warning chain, snapsin and so on. In a mad, paternal way, present here-it-is so lovely. almost It is very pretty," said Miss''Ada, daughter has only this moment runaway
twain. he disapproved of young female per- wish I was going to get married myself, admiringly and: critically. It is so out of girlish gayety, to play at
;i And never morel sons trying to be clever or intellectual, : to have such a splendid present. It is like one Uncle Charles has-Sir Chas. hide-and-seek'with you."
The .broken Shall links.time restore'Twas only yesterday or straying outside the calm,.shelter I a necklace. I must show it to you, Crampton. Do you know him ?" "I don't understand you," coldly
They vanished from our sight-a little way. ing precincts of domestic duties, as he because you ore so kind, and althoughyou I am sorry to say I do not," replied answered the tall stranger. "Your
A little way This sentence I repeat, deemed it necessary to rebuke them are not really a ,friend of papa's, the rector. We, shall be at the looks are more respectable than your
Hoping and longing to extract some sweet for yielding ,to the temptations of I hope you will let him thank you for station now in seven or eight minutes." ways, sir. Allow me=" and leaning
' To mingle with the bitter. From,Thy hand frivolity on the other hand. having taken care of me when we getto What a pity-I mean I am so in at the window, he attempted to lay
[3 And I take in the my cup weakness I cannot give understand myself to, Thee. This young'lady was perhaps eighteen the station. How long shall web glad," said the young lady in a little his had on the red morocco case lyino-
k Although it seems so very, very far or twenty years old, with a e ?" confusion, the prettiest blush conceiv- conspicuously on the reverend gentle
To that dear home where my beloved are, charming, frank, girlish face, bewitch- About twenty minutes now," said able dyeing her cheeks for a momentas man's knee.
I know is not so.I knowIt ingly pretty, 'and no doubt was as the rector, consulting his gold watcha she handed the watch back to the "Most decidedly not," exclaimed
I.: Oh give me faith to feel it when I say amiable as her looks declared her to gift from his parishioners. reverend gentleman. "'Now mind you the rector, whipping the costly toy into
.. That they are gone gone but a little way, be. Her attire, a masterpiece of rich- Thanks-so much. See;; and the don't lose that," she added, shaking one of the outer pockets of his travel-
. J AN UNROMANTIC_ n ROMANCE.' ness in material, combined with chaste charming young lady, in that frank, her finger a.t him with the warning air ing coat. A rapid surmise led him to
I simplicity'of design, set off her beautyto trustful way', evidently natural to her, of slime mob-capped granny just guess that this highlydistinguishedlooking
The Rev. Septimus Haslingdean ,the highest advantage. I unfastened a' small morocco leather stepped out from: nursery rhyme, stranger: was either as,fond of
having been escorted to a most com- Oh, thank you, so very much," she I bag which the rector had not noticed Ah, I am very careful." practical joking as his beautiful daughter
fortable seat by an attentive guard, said, withan upward glance from the and produced from it an oblong red Gentlemen always think that. or else a daring railway thief.
having arranged his various belongings shadow of ,her' long dark eyelashesthe leather case., This she opened, displaying They always fancy they are so clever, He feared the latter-yet how emi-
and finally unfolded his afternoon glance of a trustful child, with a a superb: diamond necklace. and so well prepared against all snares nently sedate and sober his aspect,
paper, reclined against the cushioned .dangerous gleam of an admiring "Isn'tit, sweet-isn't it lovely?" she and dangers. Is that the station ?" while his expression was open, albeit
back of the compartment for a moment .young woman. The reverend. gentleman cried, with the' joyous delight of a she suddenly asked, excitedly. somewhat stern.
... sighed gently as a relief consequent was accustomed to be regarded child handling:a new plaything, her Yes." The rector felt mildly regretful 44 Appearances are against you, my
, on the fatigue and bother of his with glances implying, admiration ; eyes sparkling 'as bright as the precious the pleasant minutes had flown good sir," said the stranger, speaking
r. drive, the trouble of buying a ticket, but ven the gods never tire of sip- stones would scintillate under past like a flash. in a subdued tone. We have no
;j and seeing that he was properly.taken ping :nectar, and a critical little bird gleaming amps., Miss Ada clapped her hands gleefully time to lose. If you will not permitme
t care of. Then he leaned his head out ,might have betrayed the,secret:that he The,rector,to please her, took the She seemed a very sprite: a to inspect that case, containing, I
't of the window, to survey contemplatively now prized'these glances 'more highlyas case and looked at the necklace. He Puck, an Ariel, a beingnotto be easily understand, a valuable diamond neck-
the busy crowd hurrying and ,the remorseless years sneak by.. was no judge of such toys, but seem- 'matched for grace, beauty, good lace, I shall be obliged to request you
bustling. about. ,A crowd: is.,always I am 'so unaccustomed to travel- ingly it was of rare ,value. humor, enchantingly frank ways-a to accompany me and my friend hereto
,, more or less amusing to.a spectator of ing," she continued, smiling. Of You must ,be careful, my dear charming the station-master's office."
, its movements. ,and the reverend gen- course I am 'never allowed to travel by madam," he said, returning it to her. flirting. But all'prettygirlsflirtwhen 441 shall do neiter the one nor the
tleman, being of a gregarious .disposition myself-papa would be horrified. And "There are so many thieves about, a chance offers, and ugly or even plain other.. Unless there is some grievous
'L rather liked looking at other mamma says there are so manr.rude11tsaRreeatnepe man:.of them crafty and practiced i in girls amuse themselves, too; with thatpleasingpastiiine ,mistake, your conduct is positively im-
---penpit Yurmng'ur-fnayiug-ei: :crai \ pre-mronr.-' "' "theIr-: Cvll' trade, 'ana that',small bag. ..The..jectorsjghed.!; : pertinent.: .decline tarelinqaish
well-conducted, respectable kind of Then how-: :" ,began.theRev. Sep- does not look very safe;"- Should,neever"again meet this guiler; case, whatever it contains, to a.nyone
people, who did not render themselves.disagreeable. timus, pleasantly, amused and gratified "Oh, nobody will'imagine have it less, amiable young woman ? :Maybenot. but the person who has intrusted it to
by the delightful confidence thus with me," answered .:Miss Ada, laugh- And if not,'what matter? me. And I shall most decidedly not
,The Rev. Septimus hoped he might I display. 'ing, carelessly replacing' the case in The train rapidly swept into the accompany you anywhere," said the
be fortunate enough to have his com- Oh, pardon me just one moment," her handbag: And' papa will be station. Miss Ada, eagerly, anxiously rector haughtily, assuming his most severe -
.. partment completely himself, ,and : said the young lady, as an eminently sure to meet me at Crofton-the next gazed at the platform, where another clerical air.
had intimated his desire to his friendly ,respectable,elderly woman appeared at station, you know. I do so wish you bustling, jostling crowd was scattered."I We shall see. That necklace be-
f guard. The carriages were rapidly; 'the door. You are very tiresome," knew papa. I am' sure you would see papa, and Uncle Charles is longs to the Countess of Airly ; you
J filling, and the train would start'''in:I 'theyounglady: continued, pointedly, to like one another so much. And I am with him ; what a surprise !"she cried, can see her; nitials and coronet on the
,1 I. another five minutes, so he blandly. this *individual. quite sure you would be delighted. with gayly. "I don't see my maid. 0, outside, and-"
surveyed the figures flitting and flying : Yes, :Miss Ada, but I can changemy mamma." Bellamy, Bellamy, how tiresome you A sad,:half-pitying thought darted
I to and fro, gazing on'th'eir' busy actions ticket at the next station." The rector laughed. It was pleas- are But I am stupid myself;of course through the' rector's mind. The true
,. with languid complacency. He seldom :My maid was so stupid, orthe man ant to have found favor in the eyes of she musn't get out till the train stops. fact of the matter was, evidently, that
\ traveled beyond the outskirts) of was so stupid, or 'she did not under- a creature: even if' she were Could_ get out for a minute and justrun the beautiful young girl was a young
. his own Arcadia, and objected'strongly i. ,stand, or he 'did not understand slyly making fun 'of him. to see where she is? I am goingto countess ; she was flying from home,
t to encountering any discomfort 'on his, don't know," explained.Miss: Ada, in- "I feel very, highly gratified," he play a prank on papa. He, loves a and this was not her father, but perchance -
journeys.At nocently. She ought to have come said, with a'lberii'gn smile. The lively joke; he is full..of fun. I will.pretend a tyrannical husband. Her
. his age-he'was nearly sixty,'but in the same carriage, you know ; prattle helped to lighten the tediumof not to be myself at all. It will be young life,her bright future, her ten-
, his dressing-glass, in common with his +mamma would be ,so dreadfully ,cross if the journey, even if it led to noth- such fun" She quickly threw a'thick:: der heart, had all been sacrificed on
4 numerous friends and a ,few enemies, she knew, andpapa: would be horrified, ing. And sometimes agreeable acquaintances brown,gossamer veil, over'her bonnet, the altar of ambition ; what a pitiful
told him that he appeared certainly but somehow Bellamy ''took second-: are accidentally met within closely. over her :face; then story Perchance she was guiltyshe -
twelve or fifteen years less-when nigh class ticket for'herself, and you see-" the most unexpected way. Nobodycan she whisked a light gray 'wrap completely loved ,another. But before he
six'' decades have begun to whisper un- "Exceedingly stupid," blandly assented ever ,truly prophecy. what may round her figure could reply the other continued
pleasantly of aches and pains, bothers the rector, 'not altogether ill- ,happen. This is an odd jumbled "I think it would. be'wisest to stay roughly, '4 And it has been stolen:'
.. and worries, it is most needful to be ,pleased, however. "Servants ,are so world of change and surprises, even: to where you are., Your father is sure Not by me !I" cried the Rev.: Septimus -
gently puctilious as to personal. com apt to be negligent and thoughtless." those ,who step softly over its .smoothest to see you if you show yourself. Be- utterly shocked.
} fort. Fate had been bounteous. the HI'am afraid so. But I must'not places. The amiable rector was sides, he will doubtless go to all the That remains to be proved. Lord
p Rev. Septimus; she had given him all find fault' with\ poor Bellamy-she is not. ,an imaginative man, but many carriages, and-and your maid will Airly has telegraphed that his wife's
., the welcome:offerings she could scatterat so good, so fond of 'me." thoughts and fancies ,capered sport- signal to him," urged: the rector. dressing-case was opened at the station
his feet-good looks, ample fortune, The Rev. Septimus smiled ; who ively through his brain, at, ,this moment 0, but' ,,I must tease him," cried this train has just quitted." '
a circle of admirers, if not adorers and could, help being good to so delightful, airy and nimble, perhaps, as ,Miss Ada,' who was evidently used to The Rev. Septimus turned visibly
.. worshippers, a sunlighted path to tread so charmingly frank a creature- ? ,She butterflies flickering through:: summer doing exactly as she pleased, and objected pale. But-surely-"
on through life. He' has married a laughingly continued : Papa: was to sunshine or elfin sprites dancing idly ;to be thwarted in any wayward I regret that we should be under
; well-dowered wife, who had 'been .have.met,me at ,the station, but he,had in'the moonlight. caprice "I ,won't risk dropping this the necessity of insisting on your coming
.g moderately kind to him, but after ten' '&"telegram l 'and was obliged' to go by You thinkkme silly for chattering -do,take care of itfor; me-only justa with us," urged;the stranger.
I" or twelve years of calm domestic part- .an earlier 'train- ,.'but he will meet\me away like this," cried ,Miss Ada, but minute,you 'know," pushing the Are you not, then, General Ma-
nership had departed, leaving him not. at'the next station. You can change I really can'ty help thinking-1 must morocco cage containing: the diamond rine ?"
11 utterly desolate, inconsolable or a prey the ticket at the next station, Bellamy;' have heard of you, or 'seen some portrait necklace' into his reluctant hands. 441:am not :My name is Doughty,
t to despair. His only daughter ,had or papa'will see, :to it. Don't look so "of 'you somewhere ; you seem,so "There'is, papa-that tall 'man in an and I am a' member of the detective
I married well,in her teens ;.his only n glum", ,The maid, went: away, and 'like'a friend-you know what I-mean ulster. Don't let him see me ; let me 'force. Here is''' my card, if you wishto
i had received an enviable appoinmept't :Miss Ada went on the,Rev. Septimus : -it is' so hard to explain. :But :no out, quick. It,'is only for fun, and I see it."
t i. in .India.Nearly. Do you ,know, I think you are 'a 'm tter: They all laugh at me for will ask him to come in here' if you There must be, surely, some terrible -
,,1 everybody was seated';,the friend(] of ''papa's; I think have seen being so 'childish, so babyish. Asr; dont'mind." mistake'stammered the rever-
\ final slamming of doors rattled like your photograph in one of mamma's am the: only child, don't you see,- 'I The train 'stopped, and the lively end gentleman, looking 'about with a
musketry fire all along the.line'. of car- albums" have always been spoiled young lady, without waiting for advice scared gaze for the vanished beauty
I riages. The Rev. Septimus'' gently! 4> Indeed, ?, How very interesting: '" I can' easily imagine that," repliedthe or assistance,,whisked, open the door,' 'who had''flown -so mysteriously. He
1 shook his newspaper, the odor:of'the May I ask-" 'Rev. Septimus, with an-air of' delicate sprang to the platform, carefully keeping could not believe that she had totally
printing ink being slightly offensiveto Papa,1 you, know,. is General'' gallantry.:. her face ,concealed, and darted disappeared, leaving him in so pain
him. At home, in the rectory, the She hesitated, as if conscious, of the 4< Ah, you are laughing me; like away, light as a swallow,to hide for a fully embarrassing a situation."I
daily journal was always solicitouslyaired imprudence of being so communicativewith all the'rest," half pouted :Miss Ada. moment, ,like some gay, frolicsome,. 'will explain"
before being touched by the a perfect stranger, but then, as ifinspired "Laughing? Dear, dear, dear,''. thoughtless child, unused control.. It happens very awkwarly that the
dimpled white hands of the perhapstoo by. trust, she added, General protested the reverend gentleman. The tall gentleman whom she had stolen property found' in your posses
fastidious' rector. With a' reluctance :Marine." Yes, absolutely. ,But ,would you indicated as her father:, together with sion," said Detective Doughty, touchedby
he had not yet overcome even Ah. Then .I.have, not the pleasure ,mind t.ellingme the exact timeplease ? his companion, were obviously seeking his dismay. "I have no doubt you
when alone, he took his spectacles' from of being acquainted with him per- ,forgot to put on,,my, watch, coming for the lovely teasing girL They will be able to explain matters. Did
t' eir cases, wiped the glasses with, a' sonally. Yet I think I know his in said looked it to
away a hurry, the charming about, scanning' every one you say a young person handed ,
such bandkerchief duchess fine and soft as snow, name. Is he not a member of Parliament -' young lady. I am so impatient 'to see quietly but sharply, and then began i you ? Tall, showy-looking, dressed up
as a might,useperched the ? my friend, my' dear'Marie. We haveso walking along ,the line of carriages.The .- ; to the nines, talkative and plausible
gold frame across his handsome nose, Yes, you are--0.I am sure I have much to talk.about." elderly, respectable maid appar- f as'the devil himself?" .
and meditatively resigned himself to seen,you somewhere, or else your pho- :No ,doubt." The mental picture ently retained her seat. She was I Something of the kind," answered
scan the latest news. Fate had, in one ,tograph." the mind's of nowhere but the the for his
conjured up on camera seen ; rector, rector, searching hurriedly
... ..her.favonte of her teasing the moods mortification, inflicted upon i j,I "I ,amThe rector drew his two beautiful girls eagerly chatting, watching the little incident with some dressing-case in order to proaace one
of wear- dressing case from beneath one of his coping, exchanging confidences about amusement, was (obliged to acknowl- of his ,cards.



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Time passes. The train leaves in .. lace not< only for its own value, but :L A X E"S ,?.:'::1.f :!,. OjH,?:!,:: ...0't'1'; ". .. p,! \:'. :FL U-STJJXT: :

ten minutes. You probably do not because it was 'a gift from her father, '. \..{'..;, ,, ":<...+ ",. of.' \"f:: 'iHdi: .' ,-.".t', ."" ." ,
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want to have a scene or.a scuffle," !said who is. dead. Good day, :Mr. Hasling- I :. .:: ,!>- '",:.t" ", .'ilrtl"h.>. \ ,':'''';.:' ...,.: .;. L: 'j.i'd:. ,;>".',: M.Y't'CTnER OF
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the detective, 'gently but firmly. dean. I for one' do ,not doubt for a ] JEWELRY STORE' [ .", .'''i .:''ff-.'",,... ;:.;''.> :: ', ,;1't.!:.'''' ., ,Tin Sheet-Iron WareAND'DEALER
The rector mechanically put his moment all has happened as you !say; ; :i ; ; IN '
waistcoat take I be the '* '* '* '* i > *&. i. lKfiii"'M 'OJfO ;'
to his pocket to trust able to' trace :: :
hand you may
out his watch; with a little cry of real culprit and recover your own Offers forthe ... .1"1"> : J, r .;::. PALO R OFFICE B &na g C OOK X !STOVS T !
down his watch approaching-Holidays; a fine ,
alarm he glanced property. assortment of Solid and Rolled : ;:; ; ,
was gone, and the chain hung useless Thank you," said the rector,' in a 'f )Y .1 .: : ---

ly. He turned again, cold with fear, more or less hollow' voice. Then he ... EJvv EJ :L :E1-y- > .," ',' 'Y' .. orf, --' .
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for his dressing-cose that, too went out, again, the station-master :i< : ''H..i' '-- I ,
to seek ; : .:....,... .. : !. .' 't tfl
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had gone. It had'coniained, amongits walking beside him,'the two detectives Ladies and Gentlemen's .. .. ..".; "c'f':; .. ,of"1,1": 'i'
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at ashort distance the .
various stores, some forty or fifty following porter :} '''; J ::< \!_ ,'

pounds in gold. carrying the, rector's wraps and other Gold Silver Watches, .". .'-," f-..Y; ,!: ;:'.( .<.::!. .

41 SaIl Lightfingers, as! we call her belongings bringing up the rear. ".' .'" .r4,,.: ". .. t t'1-<< >.".,. .' _p. ..
-she says her name is Quickly, but; But as they passed down the plat- CLOCKS OF ALL BINDS, -.' : .: ;; ):}>J .
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she invents new names every time she form a big, burly individual, recog-
Silver Ware in Large Variety 0 .}":*W ..:, .... '" ',' .
wants an alias-Miss Sally was at the nized by the station-master as one of a ''' 'K1. s ri'7 :j\'F': ;.. .
station, and is suspected ot stealing the the chief directors, met the group. : I"
necklace," said :Mr. Doughty, watchingthe He chanced by good fortune to be an j& SPECTACLES.-- -

movements of the unhappy traveler intimate friend.of ,the rector's ;. he had REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTEDAT .

attentively, and with .some profes- been an old college chum.. REASONABLE RATES. W .
: Of the Latest
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sional interest. If a young woman Hallo, "my dear Haslingdean, he '
such as I described nas been with you, cried, seizing him by the hand. "Well No Fancy Prices to:Pay for Style. COOKIAU UTENSILS OF ALL iUDS,

and gave you the necklace it was met. I am delighted, to see you. o1
: y Call and examine my stock.
Sally, in all likelihood, and she saw Where are' you coming from ? Been LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, .

me plain enough, though I couldn't one of your rare holidays, WM. LAKE ''Ii WROUGHT IRON PIPES.

spot her anywhere, and she was afraidof eh?. You don't! often afford yourselfthat Centre Street. --

falling into my clutches, especially indulgence." Fernandina, Nov. 14,1885. DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTYTIN
as I want her about another similar "I have been staying with some ,
:: ::!.":! '::' AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
friends for short time and _
affair.Oh. a am now ;:; :;'iT.c H for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
horrible,.most horrible 1 It was returning home," said the Rev. Septimus. ..;, .c(:) .... N Wind Mills for pumping water or running
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but too clear; the Rev. Septimus Has- "I have just met with an unpleasant 2'V" :-::: Q ...,.,.j light machinery promptly erected on order.
-, .., : Church, Factory and :School: Bells for sale
convinced that he adventure however and I =t;j
lingden was now nC') --- at
:: a bargain.
had been most cruelly duped, played hail you as a kindof deliverer." In a .... -r:..;. _.. c_;; '(J.J* \. ..". $ r Stoves at Wholesale Prices.

upon by a base, designing, artful few hasty words he explained the f! M ', o J5 *Cfg 1 portation stations within the city free of
dilemma in which he found himself.
wretch. -' ,
-:; ;: .:.:.. <: charge. All sales for cash.
be he His friend while :> :: t-3:;:j II> 'J
It must so, meekly as- sympathizing with :;. ;!:.=--:: CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.
Is' there-is there his could not. intoa rM r
sented. any griefs, help bursting =:>r- 'HIJ 0, Fernaudina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
of able to fit of (') .:: :: : ='
chance my being recover hearty laughter. oo :IJ :' ;:
my things?," Ypu are not the first' fellow who ;: y --=1..-.. "-j: :;: THE FLORIDArpOWN

I can't say. We must dispose of has been' made a fool' of by; a' pretty o-.'-< < this other little business first. I quite woman, and I suppose you won't be. 5o 3.e < 1 C IMPROVEMENT COMPANY '
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believe you have had nothing to .do the last ; but it is a deuce of a botherfor .j c 00 a, ::3:..::: 0 .
with the affair beyond what you say, you, especially about the watch," !Z > Fernandina,

but it is deucedly unlucky for you. said 'his friend, still laughing. It's uiha= tjw

Who are you, may I ask?" all right," he added to the :stationmaster = < : : Towns on R. R.- Line;

The unfortunate victim mentionedhis who touched his cap lightlyand o (::;..( =--C"t1: And Cedar Key.
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name and place of abode, gatheredhis retired,U I am going on to Lon- -(' ::::-, 2... ..... Z
remaining properties together, and don ; I will go with"you as far as your -t 7 (.-.. 0;_,, :nHn .n C| 1 I

rose, as a martyr might prepare to go station, if you like. ;"t1 c ( $

to the stake. :Mr. Doughty' made a The rector gave the necessary instruction .Q ,<,:3g<_.g.:3...,(
sign to one of the porters to assist, to :Mr. Stanmore, and re-en- =*S:OQ O Q k'M -< number of the most eligible and desirable

and a melancholy, almost funeral procession tered the train with his friend. He c:: 2<:: <=rr y s cn:;" I ,
was formed.He finished his journey in safety, perhapsnot S:" Sc: (>':) > Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

felt assured he could; easily exculpate a wiser, but indubitably 'a 'sadder *; fii"5S( = M. City or Suburban Residences,

himself and throw off the man than when he had started. OQfJJ "o' (:tI.
I frightful imputation' of being a com- Gladly would he have locked the' .:,:I.!:;to_.0=. r.-:11::"0 z -_... ": I.1 T UPON EASY TERMS. \

mon thief, but the sense of his, own fact'of losses'within the safekeeping p c"--cq : y R Liberal Discounts Values allowed
Q.a = on to
mortifying loss, the feeling! that He Shad of his own breast, but it was ; ,- 0 (co( 'R -- -'- -,- '
been duped like the simplest Moses hopeless to conceal, it_from' 'his house=:; -, -"COO'() Vr1O- _:r.:::aJ'm... H parties, engaged in manufacturing or indus- '

Primrose was too much to bear with keeper and the servants. Day by day j = u 'd'V
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Q rial who will
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he waited for a gleam of hope, but in 0'. ':: .j > :
gentleman was with the stationmaster vain ; his treasured watch and his 'i'I.Z: erty purchased substantial improvements ;

-the Earl of Airly. He had dressing-case had from his '
gone gaze
residence, or in which to conduct their ,;
come by the train which had conveyedthe like the last traces 'of some beautiful

rector and his too-bewitching fel dream. ,l < .. business. ):
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low-passenger. In a few brief words Perhaps when his adoring parishioners -
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:Mr. the his sad loss will :' : ? '
Doughty explained state of discover they pre- : : ': _' .,
affairs. The Earl lifted his'hat' with sent him with another watch, or some ( .. ) .' by exemption for a term of years from ,

kindly courtesy to the hero of the un- similar token of admiration and affec-
lucky adventure, who drew forth the tion.-Tinsley's Jlagazine.SEAISLAND'ROUTE.. h-I .' t taxation, offered by he several cities and

case.. containing. the necklace. QDa towns. Apply to I
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1 have not the slightest doubt all H SJa CHAS. W. LEWIS ,
is as you say,":observed the stationmaster ESTABLISHED 1875. Fernandina. f.

gravely,." but I must not act on -- $& Office Duryee building (up stairs) ,

my own responsibility, sir. 'I" have THE KEY LINE STEAMER, tIHO corner Centre and First streets. II,
only your own word ; you do not seem j jI
to have any' credentials proving that ; l I-

you are really the' Rev., Mr. Hasling- H If
HORSEY; & CO., .
den, and we get so imposed upon. .L
411 have letters in directed LJ ;
my pocket -
to me/' pleaded the Rev. Sep- (;) t1
Well that is something. But this
; CAPTAIN M. USINA, MASTER. learn the exact cost ,
is a serious matter. I should probablyget Centre.Street,
myself into trouble if I let you go It
without being absolutely ,sure you are RECENTLY FITTED UP IN APPLE-PIE ORDER. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, of any proposed line. of '

what you profess to be," remonstratedthe '.KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort w advertising American !:
station-master. regularly between Fernandina of FRESH and PURE FOR- .
See. I have only one more station PLYING, Savannah upon the following EIGN and DOMESTIC' I r
to reach if schedule papers by addressing',
; you require positive (J o
proof, will you let one of these gentlemen LEAVE FERNANDINA every Wednesday Drugs and Chemicals, ,
P. Rowell &
with and Saturday; upon arrival of morning .. 9 Geo. Co., :J
come me? My trap will be train from Jacksonville, arriving at Savan- Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, '
in waiting- have only about half a nah the following mornings! Newspaper Advertising' Bureau' :

mile to drive, if he can come with me, LEAVE SAVANNAH every Tuesday and Proprietary and Fancy Goods, CII 10 Spruee St., New York..
> Send, lOcts., for .lOO-Pafjo Pamphlet. .
he 1
Friday evenings reaching: Fernandina the
can drive with .me to" my>house,, ; t
following mornings. FINE TOILET'ARTICLES
said the rector. .. OF VIRGINIA.

U Yes. I think that would, do. I lines Connections, and with Ocean at Savannah Steamship with and all Boston rail PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., UNIVERSITY 'l;

feel sure it is all as you say; but you & Savannah vessels to and from 'New York MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.. ;
know, sir "-apologized the station- and Boston and at Fernandina with trains 'IN GREAT, VARIETY: 10M 1
master. for all Florida points.A. 1 Full course of Instruction' In medicine. The
O. MxcDONELL, session'begins October 1st and continues nine
411 : Physicians' Prescriptions ,
should prefer to have the matter Gen. Pass.
properly cleared. up,"said, the Rev. Fernandina, Fla. reasonable prices. \ toe Faculty. ,
Septimus, with some dignity. And I D. E. General MAXWELL Superintendent, ('.' P. 0. UNIVERSITY. OF VIRGINIA, VA.

have to request advice with regard to Fernandina, Fla. ,, ... ,. f.- : ', ,.. ." "Reliable.Salesmen to Travel and
recovering my own which ,. sell to the trade our Celebrated
has been stolen." property, J, A.E YDERIPRACTICAL ..:.: "J'(2: f. ..:;:1H1.-ifh r.Jf)1. :;..;..! ;:' ;, ;;s- '-:i:j,:'jtii1: ";>; ('.:\:
As for that, sir, I fancy you have I. .. .. ., -'t'., f",.f J;."tj'" ,."i.N'" 1'4(4tl'..\.; ,:<; .1, ,:,,"I.h'',' ,r. l f!<' ;ft'l ', '''' ; '"t-.' YORK'or Commission& HAVANA: Address CIGAR immediately CO.,No.1,Fourth NEW
-: : ,
but a poor chance," observed Mr. : i: ''' :j.,: ,> .:r ;.; ': : !, ;Fi ; r" I' "" : ., ;" Avenue, New York =: )
Doughty. If it is :Madam BLACKSMITH AND. WHEELRIGHTCORNER .' .. 7 :
has Sally :who ;' : ., (: ', ,' ,. : : u :Police to Debtors and Creditors.
played you this trick J give: BROOME AIm,SECOND STS. .) -':" : >" ., .
you '{ ', .1 : TO ALL
next to If' .Y' : : : IS HEREBY GIVEN
no hope of hearing of the : :, < ,' NOTICE
'. '.'-" : : of the estate of Frank C.
watch or anything else; she is one of I and AM: all NOW:work''entrusted PREPARED TO' DO ANY ; : : :: ; Latham, late 'of Nassau County, deceased,
the to mv care ; .<
most artful minxes heard of. "Yii'L; r" to-' present their claims, duly authenti-
ever arid Work
promptly. Ship -
\Ve will do our best, but"He done at reasonable rates. WoodWork carefully Administrator's.c Notice. : .,__''c, -:,' cated, within two years" from. date, or
shrugged,his shoulders. in all of its branches, at living prices ALL CREDITORSXEGATEES AND : r- .payment will be barred according to statute.
:Mr. Stan- and at short notice.HorseShoeing. : TO entitled to'distribution: : : $' All persons indebted to the estate are requested -
more, here, will go with you and he All persons having any demands against" ( :: : rt;,',.;,<. ..:.. to make settlement forthwith. to
can take down all necessary particu- a Specialty. the estate of Beulah L. Whitney, late of : ; : save litigation.GEORGE
lars." i Nassau County, deceased are notified 'to'I : ; ; :: 't ; A. LATHAM
Furniture repaired,'repainted,stainedor I present their claims,properly authenticated, ., Administrator. ...
'# .. "
regret varnished. Fernandina, Fla., June 12,18SG.mHE"
exceedingly this unfor- Wire Safes. made to order at within two years from date,, or the ,same .; ; '
tunate affair, my.dear sir," remarked short notice: will be barred. i l.-1. :''6;'! .. }. '. ,
A share of the / ifJ. _. MIRROR" STEAM PRINTING
Lord public patronage solicited. JOHN A. ELLERMANN :
to Airly, although I am' thankful Respectfully, .. .Administrator., .;, ,_ jst"; %;J ..- _..;. j.: .. ;.f,,. .. ; JL 'House is noted for,the artistic manner
regain possession of my wife's neck- J. A. 'RYDER. Fernandina\ Fla., May 8, 1886. 6m .. '.H .:: in which it executes all kinds of Printing. ;



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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : : JULY" 3, : ,1886.; -r

THE FLORIDA' MIRROR work of undoubted value in the suing'election would be ,hailed, with ere long be demanded and, enforcedif
South, next proceeds to adopt the great enthusiasm on this side of-the, not now granted voluntarily. SOMETHING NEW !

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. Henepin Canal Scheme, a work re-' 'water. Nousverrons..:

garded as a job. It-proposes to ex- The question at'issue: as stated by
Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81. TNEeIAT TeNO;
pend another million of dollars on the Home Rule'party, seems simple'and

Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor.,. New York harbor, etc. easy of comprehension. They -IN'Y1NDO"W -

RATES OF ADVERTISING We have but little doubt but that ask that ,the policy of governing SHADES.

Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for the bill, if the Senate Committee's Ireland by a Parliament in which ItlroTAL

each subsequent insertion. amendments are adopted, will be the Irish numberless than oneeighthand : :MADE READY TO HAXG.
Special local notices, 15 cents a line. ALL
Reading notices,25 cents a line. vetoed by the President. Perhapsthat the other seven-eighths not in Trimmed, Stop-Spring 3 feet wide by Roller 6 feet good long;grade Sickle of

Special rate for time advertisements upon application is the purpose of the committee.We sympathy with them be abandoned, Holland, with handsome Pull-Down, at the
at the office.Communications. astonishingly low price of
hope that the friends of the and'th, ,Irish people:' allowed a local
upon all matters of local inter- River and Harbor bill in the House legislature of their own,such as pre- EACH.-Sj
est solicited from all parts of the county and from dA These Shades come in different Colors-
will to it that the amendmentsof vails in Canada and the British Drab
along the lines of Florida railways. see Brown, Olive, Green, etc.
All communications intended for publication the Senate are rejected and the i provinces ; that this Legislature shall -ALSO-

should be addressed to the Editor;' all business ; bill restored to its original shape.If have control over local affairs and, ; A NEW DADO WINDOW SHADE
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ,
t the Representatives of the South while constituting an integral por- On Hartshorn's Patent StopSprinoRoHer.

: SATURDAY, JULYS, 1886. will act as a unit they can control tion of the British empire' and sub- Across the Curtain about nine inches from
the bottom,is stamped in Gold FancDdo:
''r the matter and secure that justice to ject to the general control of the nine inches deep. This Shade we sell for '

r THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. which Southern harbors and riversare Imperial Parliament, shall yet havea AIcI$0PUWDER jti SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. EACH .,

x" The news comes to us from Washington entitled. certain,definite share of legislationin all Complete, with Handsome Pall-Down.

. that'the Senate'Committee on matters affecting the welfare of JT.. XYDD:: _

Commerce have had the River and THE NEW CONSTITUTION, I the Irish people. -
Harbor Bill under long consideration It hardly seems necessary to again I The Anti-Home Rule party pre- --

and as the result of their..laborhaye' discuss the revised Constitution. Its tend to see in this an entering wedgeof REhlOV:: AL_

cut down some of the meritorious merits and defects have been fully separating from the mother coun- Absolutely Pure. Dr. W. E. SNYDER, Dentist,

.a 9 appropriations of Southern riv- considered. There is but a single try, and predict disloyal and revolutionary Will remove

, ers and harbors, and added three question before the voter at the en- plans on the part of the Irish THIS POWDER of purity NEVER, strength VARIES.and whole-A his,Dental June 1st office

millions to the bill for the benefit suing election, and that is whether, .leaders. There seems to be no more someness. More economical than the ordi- i.from the Angel ,
of Northern the whole the Constitutionis nary kinds, and cannot' be sold in competition f block to his
harbors new
mainly and on ground for imputing such plans to with the multitude of low-test, short- residence.nearthe
\ schemes. ; better than the existing one. It the'Irish Home Rulers than to the weight alum or phosphate powders. Presbyterian

'.., There is no item in the bill of will be opposed by some 1 becauseit ; Canadian provincial governments.Nor Jjiir ROYAL Sold only BAKING: in cans. POWDER CO., t; I y- for the church coining,

, more intrinsic importance than the ; has not imposed,the payment' of a is it likely that the leaders of the 48 106 Wall Street, New York Summer.
I He will be pleased to meet his friends and
removal of obstructions in the Tennessee poll-tax as a 'pre-requisite of voting. opposition .really have any apprehension patients "at home," between the hours of 9
river at Muscle Shoals. Had It"will opposed: by others because of ,such a revolt. Party FERNANDINA BEACH a.hesitate m and to 4 call p. m.often., and trusts they will not

this work belonged to the Hudson, if has remitted this question to the jealousies'fofthe most part influencethe

the Ohio, or any other Northern :Legislature, 'instead of declaring leaders, and on the one hand the THE NEW: AND SPACIOUS ; Sheriff's AND BY Sale.VIRTUE OF A

:, river, it would have been completed against it It, ,will be opposed, by adherents of Mr. Gladstone are rous- !. UNDER of foreclosure issued out of the

:. twenty :years ago,instead of dragging some_ because all of the judges are ing the people of their kingdom to Circuit Court.Fonrth Judicial Circuit, in and
:P.A.V :I: :J:.. X C> for Nassau county, in a suit determined,
"" along with small appropriations. riot to ,be elected by the people, and the principles pf a peaceful and genuine wherein Samuel Baldwin and James Dur-
' ham, partners, as Baldwin & Durham,
II The Tennessee river is, next to the by morebecause"any of the judicial 'home government, while on the adjoining the Strathmore Hotel, on Amelia plaintiffs,and S.A. Elton and A. Elton, her

Mississippi, the most valuable channel officers are to:be so elected. We regard other 'the Conservatives and their Beach, is now completed and and husband will,sell defendants at public, I auction have ,levied in front upon of

, '4 of commerce in the Southern this feature.of the,Constitution anti-Irish',coadjutors are, striving to I the Court House in the City of Fernandina,

.; States. Taking its rise in the States, as the most;; objectionable of anything arouse: a spirit of hostility to the JE@: OPEN TO THE PUB IC.-@ 2d on the day of first said:Monday month in a August fine lot, being of Parlor the

',' of North and South Carolina, it in it. It:.,will be opposed, by Irish and operating on the fears of and Terms Bedroom Furniture.

sweeps around the massive mountain' some because ,all, of the county'officers the people. -The result of this popular Commodious Bath House AttachedAND I cash.JOHN A. ELLERMANX

",t$, range of the Cumberland un ins; are not elective, and by .- appeal is doubtful. Strong Fernandina, Fla.Sheriff, July 3d.Nassau County.

thence into Alabama and, running a, others, b'ecause'thc're are any of them prejudices exist in ,England againstthe -
,1 northwestern lelective: ,'.:It will be opposed BATHING SUITS TO LET. M ATU' P Ei'<0 PERFECT HEALTH
: course, flowing a broad, by Irish, and it must 'be confessed Is impossible if the Diges-
deep ) the-Homestead is CURE FOR tion is impaired,the
--- channelybecomoB ono of the exemption '
; that-they have done a great deal to Liver inactive or
most important tributaries of the' made so ample, and by othersbe-, excite these. prejudices. The principle -: Refreshments 'Served at the Stand CONSTIPATION, theBp n-

; Mississippi, as it empties into the 'caUse' it'is restricted.A" ,T : of Miv' ,'Gladstone's- :;:measures Tarrant's Effervescent

Ohio at Paducah, near its mouth.: : 'In. view-. of these. differences, of admittedly right, and it would Seltzer cure Constipation Aperientwill
; ? Parties to the Pavil-
JS desiring
Between Tuscumbia and Florence, opinion, it is not'to be expected, that seem that they should prevail. Mr. engage Sick'pepsia.Headache It regulates and Dys-the
about midway of its it there will be much enthusiasm shown ion for HOPS, PICNICS, or EXCURSIONS, bowels and enables those
. course en-
Gladstone will have the nobility, the ., of feeble digeslion to en-
counters a rocky shoal some twenty, in the 'election which is to decide the landed and can make arrangements by addressing ; joy their food. It oeduces
aristocracy gentry > ,
: ,.; Fever, Cools the Blood is
miles in length. With this obstacle upon the adoption,or rejection of the many of the well-to-do people of J_ N KING, $' Inflammatory invaluable in Diseases Piles and

removed, the course of navigation Constitution. '""Ve" hav "'to consider England opposed to any new meas- Fernandina, Fla. Sick Headrna,ApicalJfor and is ] Children.esteemed

ii would, be uninterrupted from Cairo them.: .. ure like the proposition for an Irish AND Economical It;should,Reliable te found,Elegant -

i to Knoxville and beyond. At Chat- Is Jikely,that any other convention Parliament. It is likely, however, O Y SI I P E P S I A S m by every druggists- household.everyichere.Manufactured SoM.

tanooga this great water course is which may be called will forma that the people who constitute the only by TARKANT & CO.,'
New York.
!i within less than five hundred miles ,'better instrument? 'Is not the mass of thevoters in the towns and '"When .You Paint,

!4.:: of the Atlantic, and the graihx and, ,provision,made?for its future amendment suburban districts will side with Mr. -- I PRICE OFau.rn.haTYI '

11':' produce of the Weet can be trans- a'reason for the acceptance of Gladstone. Jthasusually"happened USE THE BEST, PAINTS. THEH. : j IMPROVED::: 8j

( ported by barges from, the shipping the proposed Constitution with the in Great Britain that measures s of reform ..W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTS STANDARD TURBINE !
1 points on the Mississippi to Chattanooga 'opportunity afforded for correctingthe i '
r ,or sweeping.changes, 'were only are acknowledged to be of superior quality, Is Cost of:Manufacturing and Ad'vertisinr. -
..' at low cost by a water-way ; def qts. Is not the proposed after slow {and tedious Pamphlet with New Price
a and: will cover much more than cheaperand List, Sent free by BURNIIAM BROS.,
always open to navigation, and from Constitution better than the 'present manner and not per saltern, at
Chattanooga thirty hours' travel at one? lighter brands. Sold only by Pa.WOMEN
a jump. as might' be: .expected in !
' freight-train speed will place this ". .The rejection of the Constitution France or' Italy. The principle of FRED W.. HOYT & CO.

r t produce at'any oneof ,the Atlantic proposed by the Convention oft\ 1885 and It is not necessary for you to suffer any longer
home rule will win its,way, perhaps with those troubles peculiar to your sex when
i ports of Charleston Port Sa- will leave us in statu witlilittle Simpson's Ulterine Suppositories will
, Royal, ,- ) quo, as I Mr... Gladstone had only cure you in a few days. All female diseases:yield
vannah, Brunswick or Fernandina. hope of any changes for a long pe- thirty votes to 'overcome; he may ..'. ., .. ", .,. > : ',. readily to Suppositories.the mild powers of Price Simpson's 50c. a box.[:1terlne -
ri The,Engineer Department and the riod. The people will not feel :like these the of BYRON D.Ross, M. D., Sole Manufacturer. SendlOc.
gain by displacement .in stamps for trial package and circular
people of the West, and Southwest ,incurring the great expense of another 'that number of .Liberal [secederswhose : HOBBS&SHOETT,Agents Louisville.Ky.

i ,.press the completion of this;work so, convention, and the machinery constituencies will reject tJ ell Building Material. TO DVERTISERS Lowest rates for advertis-
> in 1,000 good newspapers sent free. Address -
{"t, 'use' But. it is- ,not1" ,to the- interest, of cumbersome: t-.v that' t little can "be-* expected nent ability His. power is",something .BRICK. ; LIME, PLASTER,
New York and of those interested- in ; to be done in the way of improvement wonderful and' CEMENT,;SHINGLES,,NAILSSASH.DOORSAND
; seems;.to augur .
the great trunk lines from-New York: : through" that channel.If : well, for 'thesuccess? i of ,4ispqlicy.\ .. ; BLINDS,

,t to ,the "West'that _this,'new. transportation I the Constitution! is rejected.-the The strong'polnt'ofhis' -position\ -lies PAINTS AND OILS. Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran,
,\ route should be : question should"-',be considered at
opened.and: :. in''the- ;feeling.that something
the Senate o"mmitt e'Commerce' rest for a lon fperiod. ,FRED W. HOYT, '& CO. MIXED FEED, nICE FLOTC, ETC.
*u.- must'be-, ,done_ to_ settle_ the.. Irish question "
reduces the appropriation from We think the Constitution should ; that the legislation'and admin "
'\ $350,000 to ''$200000'nearly; be ratified tithe aV ,:. 'f AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
; one- polls as the best 'istration' Irish 'affairs kiss 'proveda

: half, thus deferring the ', completion thing we can 'Fdounder the circum- _failure, and 'that only two courses .>f.,' j 'J .. ,
of a great'public work., ; ; i' t';' FRED W. HOYT & CO.
-* stances. It should be judged accord- remain open-conciliation or coer- -d', :

Again, Fernandina, t4e"' only.deepwater ing to the intrinsic value and from cion. The latter is a dangerous? and f .-.; "

harbor of Florid', nas'"on} the the standpoint of good citizenship.It unprofitable course. Conciliation, on ',-.. -- ,
Atlantic coast, has an appropriationof is the constitution of affecting --
a people, the lines of Mr. Gladstone's home
., f >
SASH t DOORS :: : :
for ,
$600,000'asked; by the Engineer the interests of all alike. rule policy, will be accepted by the I "

Department, and the House -, Irish people as fully satisfactory, and '' AND-- ; '

Committee had granted,one-fourth of THE HOME RULE CONTEST. seems to involve nothing but the BLINDS Fresh Garden Seeds,

that sum. $150,000, and now comes The people of this country are ,sacrifice of pride ,and prejudice 'on : ,
the Senate *Committee to take off taking great interest in the political the part; of the English. ,people. 3Ir. AT FRED W, : ,HOYT, & CO'S.,. I ,CROP OF <85

one-third of, that sum and,postpone? contest now being waged in Great Gladstone Has the wisdom, to fully In papers or in bulk, at
'the progress 'of a valuable ''public Britain, between the Liberal party,
grasp the question, and.its best solu-
work, a harbor recommended by led by Mr. Gladstone, and the Coa- FRED W., HOYT & CO'S
tion before it ,into a worse stage,
goes .. .- <
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lition :: ( "' :"':' "
both War and Navy Departments as "party, opposed to Home Rule. involving greater sacrifices on the I "

valuable to the-Government The sympathies of the American part of the English crown.. He boldly '; ,j Clothing., :['_": --
The committee having strickenout ,people are undoubtedly with Mr. 'Just received, a fine line of Youths'' and
takes the initiative and
and wisely Boys' Spring Clothing, fine goods. Prices Finest' Tallahassee Bntterr
or reduced appropriations, Gladstone, and his success at the en- offers to grant measures which will 'very low. J. & T. KTDD. On ice, at! WHITHER & ScntYLEE's-


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I,I ****I** attention to' the large stock of'CHOICE GOODS.,they now have on New Spring and Summer Goods

: .., :; 7 sale, and to the large inducements,they are offering in every department.At ,

I ; .."'.. present they are offering the following extraordinary bargains: Which will be sold at very1 low prices. A splendid assortment of

50 pieces Superior Quality Checked Summer Silks at 38 cents NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS,

per yard; worth 50 cents.
50 pieces Assorted Colors, Fancy Pattern, Satines, at 18 cents

per yard,;. worth 25 cents. Nun's" Veiling, Albatross Cloths, Plain and Lace Buntings, White Goods,
I II iA Plain and Printed India Linens, Linon de Deccas, Plain and
II I 5 cases Standard Prints at 5 cents.
I Light Plaid Nainsooks, Satin Plaids, Piques, Marseilles-
50 Patterns of Crinkled Seersucker at 18 cents ; worth 25. Cable Cords, Checks and Stripes.

100 dozen,, Damask Towels at $1.00 per dozen; worth $1.50.
300 Assorted, Parasols, ranging in price from 50 cents to $5. ,

A ?TTAGE y THB EA JEST A Line of Bathing' Suits from .$1 up. OUR SPRING: CLOTHINGHas

Cashmere and in all and shades
Zephyr Shawls grades at pop- been received-a magnificent line stylish in cut and well made. BROWNING
ular prices. KING & CO'S Spring Samples have been received. Suits made to order and fit guaran:
teed. This is the Leading House in the United States for Custom-Made Clothing.
100 pieces Fancy Mattings, from 17 cents a yard to 40 cents. Although we have BARGAINS in every Department, the following are some of

100 dozen Ladies' Lisle-Thread Hose at 30 cents a pair; worth --I OUR: : SPECIAL :BARCAINS: : I f--

50 cents.A Two Cases BEST PRINTS at 5. Cts. GOOD GINGHAMS at 5 Cts.
OCEAN CITYON small lot of Ladies' Fancy-Bordered Handkerchiefs at 15, FINE HEMSTITCHED LINEN. All-Wool Plain:Black BUNTING at.20 Cts.
HANDKERCHIEFS at 10 Cts. Worth 35.Cts.
cents each; worth 25 cents. VICTORIA LAWNS at 6 Cts. BROCADED DRESS GOODS at 5 Cts.
Gents' Balbriggan Undervests at 50 Cts. All-Wool NUN'S VEILING at 25 Cts.
100 pairs Ladies' Glove-Kid 'Button Shoes at $1.85 ; worth $3.50. Worth 75 Cts. Worth 35 cts.THE .

,:.- -' 100 pairs Ladies' French 'Kid Button Shoes at $.285; worth $4. lliU BATTLE SHOE, is IN Twenty CONGRESS Years, BUTTON ahead of competior.AND BAL, AT f\O>9JJ9'Kn

300 Gents' Seersucker Coats at $1.25 ; worth $2. JS5*Orders by mail will receive prompt attention,and carefully filled.

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fE NANmN' BEAGij I Northeast corner Centre rand Third Sts.,


We can show the largest, most complete, and by far THE FINEST
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COTTAGE LOTS JBST.Orders by mail receive prompt and careful attention.1VLODt.i *' *,k *


EEtO"S:: : -i- IC -I- i
Are now being offered at prices which '
enable those of moderate means to
Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
have a Summer Home, where theycan r

enjoy the most healthful and
safest surf-bathing, the.delicious and -,..." GQ9D-9If_
invigorating ocean breezes, and the DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,I _

most commanding views of Old t FINE: TEAS AND COFFEES f- Ii

Ocean" to be found on the Atlantic Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets. -ttt-
and 18 Miles in length; only one 'Victoria Lawns., Persian. Lawns; India Linens, Swiss Muslin, Figured I
Swiss, Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA FLA. .
and three-quarter miles from Fer- Piques, White Goods of all kinds, Laces and Trimmings,
MILLINERY (Straw and 'Felt ,of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety, 1
nandina: with eight trains daily. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cassimeres, Jeans, Doe- GENERAL INSURANCE REAL ESTATE*
Skins, Cottonades, Cashmeres and Dress Goods.
All regular trains on the F. R. & N. STATIONERY- Ely',
%gf CASH is a diamond of the purest water. For CASH ALONE I underbuy and
deliver passengers on the Beach undersell,and absolutely endeavor to BEAT THE RECORD IN LOW PRICES. Call
and convince vourself. CHARLES V. HILLYER
without change of cars. w. J. :LOHMAJV: ,
Corner of Sixth and Ash,Streets.
Buy your lots now, while EERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .


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Every lot sold increases the value of _.. | ,tSfi, ESI ,S ,,ESSsA. '
:o !':tt"J:- :f = rif..5.: "; ; "- == E
;: : i Weekly Sailings Fernandina Every Thursdayand
the remaining ones. 3fs jfT'.J'I" from New York Every Friday.

JB the heat of''the'interior .... ,. .
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r Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, ,
County Judge R. Witherspoon, )Iadison. FOP. THE
!: United States. Officers.. Starke. .
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill, Lake 'BENEFIT OF TIlE NEEDY, I v V 1
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff S: A. Parramore, Madison. os
> Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Butler.. Clerk-John M. Beggs Madison' WHERE ALL WORTHY POOR PEO-
I Receiver-John F.. Rollins, Gainesville County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Superintendent of Schools Samuel J.Perry, receive medical advice and kaisoiiune
Surveyor-General F. McClellan. Madison. medicine free of charge. ,
County Treasurer. S. Smith Madison. Open every Saturday from 9 to 12 m.
w' DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.
Collector of Revenue B. V. Wadsworth, Corner Fourth and Broome streets. 1m
Sheriff M. E. English. TJtusville.
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Madison. ,
Ji'trlhal-J. ;H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector of Relcnue-J. F. Reed,Titusville.
,; Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.INTERNAL Superintendent Schools? -John H. Laws, MANATEE COUNTY. TTT E. FRASER,

REVENUE.CollectorS. City Point. County'Judge-John G. Webb, :Manatee. .
C. Thompson, Jacksonville. A. S. Pine PHYSICIAN;
Sheri}- Watson, Level. I IhAl.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. County Jltdge'Villiam Collector E. Carlton Has Fernaudina
Clerk-James S. Fannin. ".** of Retenue-Henry permanently .located at ,
.' Wm. A. Mahoney, Fernandina.. S. Stone. v Fon.. and offers his professional services to the
: Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Sheriff Trea"ltrer-J.Joseph P. Richards. Superintendent of Schools Felix J'Seward, people of this place surrounding country.. I

;, F. House, St. Augustine. Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins. Pine Level. Diseases of children a specialty.,
MARION COUNTY. ; Can be found at the Tourist Hotel.
Superintendent of Schools-W. G. Coxwell. '
State Ofllccrs.I" County Judge:--J. H. Williams, Ocala.
oJ | Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. \ :
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Julge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff' E. T. Williams Ocala. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,

Governor-Edward A. Perry,Tallahassee. Park. Collecor of Ret'entte'v. P. Trantham, ..
Clerk-G. N. Bardin, Green Cove Spring. IIISMERCHANT
LieUt lktat- OQlcrnorIilton H. Mabry, Ocala. '
Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Schools M. L". \
; Leesburg. Superintendent of Payne, V V3 4/i
1 State-John L. Crawford Tal- Springs. Fort McCoy. -AND- ;
Secretary of ,
l Revenue-W. J. Wilson, Green
Collector of ,
l lahassee. MONROE COUNTY. Manufacturer of Southern Pine Lumber
Superintendent of Schools-Geo. W. Hall, ,
'V..D. Barnes Tallahassee.
Comptroller ,
McRae. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. 4,4,444O
7retL.mrcr-E. S. Cr ll.AUomeyGcncralC. .
N 1r M. Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. ,
x. Cooper A. Demerritt West.
County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Sheriff Collector George of Revenue Mason, Key S. Moreno For Domestic or Export Trade,
see.Commissioner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr, Lake City. ,
Superintemlent of Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff C. P. Farwell Lake City. Key West. r. FERNANDINA, 'FLORIDA.R. .
Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris KeyW'
ti Russell, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-W. Payne, Lake City. -
Adjutant-General-David Lang. Superintendent of Schools Vf. A. Sheffield, est.

s DADE. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
Chief Justice -Geo. G. McWhorter.
dina. -A E IIITECT.-
Associate Justice-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen E. Heyser.
hassee. Clerk-T. W. Faulkner. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
"-Win. :\Mettaur... Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina.Assessor .
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sheriff FOR BUILDING OF ALL
of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- DESIGNS
Treasurer J. Wm. Ewan.
Jacksonville. with Plans, Details, Specifications -
,' 1 C/.erk-D. C. Wilson, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Charles Peacock. and Superintendence.
r4 Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer-

First 'ircuit--Augustlls Maxwell? Pen- County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-John Owens, JAMES:. JIcGIFFIN, \
sacola. sonville. Evergreen. .
Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County JVrosurce Gustav Stark, Fernan- CONTRACTOR AND BUILD E1
v Sheriff-Henry D. Holland. Jacksonville. dinu.

Third Circuit E. J. Vann, Madison. Assessor of TaXes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- ORANGE COUNTY. Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sonville. THE ABOVE CUT IS ON EVERY PACKAGE -
ville. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, County Judge-J. L. Bryan, Orlando FERNANDINA FLA.
Clerk Thos. J. Orlando.
Fifth Circuit-Thomas (IF. King, Gaines- Jacksonville. ; OF I
Orders and estimates from a distancecare-
Collector of Ret.'euue-F. T. Hardeman, Or-
ScJiools William H.Bab- "
ville. Superintendent of lando. fully attended to. 25-t
Sixth ircuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. cock, Jacksonville.

Seventh Oircll.itE. K. Footer, San ford. ESCAMBIA. Orlando.Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks. K. BAUKNIGHT,, WOOLSEY'S

County Judge-Walter Tate. Swveyor-J. 0. Fries Orlando. AGENT, 1.

Court Calendar.FIRST Clerk F. E. de la Rua. Treasurer-C.. Jacobs,,'Vilcox. WHOLESALE,AND DETAIL
CIRCUIT. Sheriff Wilkins.
A. Fortner.
County Judge-J.
2d in October. Collector Revenue Manuel Palm ANDDealer
Santa Rosa, Monday of s.
Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
in October. ; Schooh N. B. Cook. in Ice
Walton, 4th Monday Superintendent of Sheriff-W. H. Jonson.
f ) Holmes 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM

h in Washington October. 2d Monday after 4th'Monday Countg Judge-RObert G. Baker. Collector of Ret'enue-J. D. Tillis. STREET WHARF, .
Superintendent of Schools-John Snoddy.
t in October. Clerk-J. A. Atkins.

'4l .: Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. PUTNAM COUNTY. Ift'FERNANDINA.. FLA.
October. Treasurer R. H. Porter.

Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. Judge of Probate-T.S.Houghton,Palatka.
j' This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Clerk-W. F. Forward. Palatka. EWING MACHINES,
the Sheriff Geo. J. Zehnbar, Jr., Palatka. &- USE NO OTHER.
,10, 1879, and does not change OADSDEN. .'
Spring Term. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. ALL LATE IMPROVED MAKES, j
r Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. Superintendent Public Schools-A. J. Wood, .
t THIRD CIRCUIT. Nicholson. 7
Clerk-Augustus Palatka. ;
Spring Term- Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. For Sale at Manufacturers' PricesALSO
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Treasurer-A. W. Smith.

April.Madison. Collector of Revenue -R. M. Morgan. County Judge-John R. Kimbrew, Perry. FOR SALE BY
2d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Sheriff B. A. Tucker, Perry. of description, and
h Hamilton. 4th Mondayin April. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. every
Suwanee, 1st Monday, after 4th Monday HAMILTON COUNTY. r Superintendent of Schools-T.'J. Faulkner, ATTACHMENTS for any Sewing Machine,
_- for sale. '
Anril. County Judge-Samuel Mclnnis, Jasper. Perry.. GEO. F. LEWIS
4 Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. : County Treasurer D. S. Sutton,Perry. ,Old Machines repaired at moderate ,
M April. Sheriff: Sampson Tavel, Jasper. County SU'1)eyor-D. N. Cox,'Perry
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Collector of. Revenue-John H.-> Lee. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. HENRY HOBEIN,

April. Superintendent of Schools J. N. -Reid, AGENT FOR
Fall Term- SANTA ROSA. Corner Third and Ash Streets,

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-John Chain. 8 Fernandina, Fla.
$ October. Clerk-R. It. Shepard.

Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Judge-G. V. Ramsey, Brooksville. Treasurer-Robert Robinson. TOURIST HOUSE C. A. WOOLSEYS'
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue W. J. Williams. ,
Su\vannee,1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff-J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.ST. .
Collector of RevenueJno.E.KingLeeanto.Asses8or .
4th :\ of Taxes-J. F. Shands, Brooks- JERSEY CITY
Columbia 3d
4 Monday IondayinOctober.
bl R. St.
xille. County Judge- : Cooper, Augus OIEINEWLY &

t Superintendent of Schools-W. C. Zimmerman -
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday tine.ClerkBartolo
in October. Floral City. F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. FURNISHED AND PAINTED -VVEI'I'E: LEAD-
Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine First-class accommodations. -
FOURTH CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, .
4 Term-
Spring County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine. .'
St. 2d in March. TERMS $2.00 PER DAY.
Tuesday Clerk-W. A. Givens, Tampa. Superintendent of School*-Peter S. Arnau,
4th in March.
Clay, Tuesday in I Sheriff J. P.'Martin, Tampa._ St. Augustine. 33" Special arrangements by the week or -AND-READY-MIXED
I B'adford'lstTuesday April.
Collector of Revenue-W. J. Martin. SUMTER COUNTY.
,3. Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. month.'V. PAINTS
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April., HOLMES. County Judge-J. R.'Steele, Leesburg, G. ELLENWOOD,

. Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. County Judge-A.'H. Brownell. Clerk-C. M. Knott, Snmterville. 10 Proprietor.
i t Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Sheriff-J. F. Galloway, Sumterville. '

i i St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. Collector' of Revenue-I N. Withers', 'Lees- ,
Clay 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. b gSiiprintendezt .. THE OCEAN HOUSE,
Bradford, '1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker. of' Schools-C. F. Venable,

Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schooh Whitnell Curry.; Sumterville. (FORMERLY THE IDLE HOUR) ;
t rii Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October; SUWANEE COUNTY.
l Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. JACKSON. County Judge M. W. Phillips, Live Oak. WINDOW GIAS
b FIFTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. Clerk-J. W. Newman, Live Oak. ,
l Spring Term- .Clerk-Frank Philips. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. ,

! t Sumter, 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Treasurer-James Andrew Scott.E. Heam. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON. ,
ti Marion 4th in March. Live Oak.
,Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in' Superintendent of Schools-A. W 'Mizzell,
March. Superintendent, of Schools Samuel J. Erwin.: Welborn. HOUSE, FORMERLY so POPU-:

Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday in .JEFFERSON. VOLUSIA COUNTY. THIS'with the public, located near the

{ i March. County Judge-r-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. County Judge-James H. Chandler,'Enter- Strathmore Hotel and the Railroad Depot, PAINT BRUSHES,
Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff D. B. Bird, Monticello. prise. has been fitted up as a first-class refreshment

:M in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird,'Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner,.Enterprise.. saloon for the accommodation of the travel-'
i Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-J. A. Walker Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke, Enterprise. ing public as ,well as the home people.
M, Sumter, 1st Tuesday in October. Monticello. Collector of RevenueT.F.DrndyEmporia.Superintendent SHELLAC: ,

Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon. oJSchool-8-BF.: Fox, New COOL LAGER BEER,
It Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. Smyrna. FINE LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of Revenue-J., H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY.
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. will be made a specialty. A SODA-WATER HARD. OIL
k in November. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. County Judge-R. S. Smith. STAND will'also be run in connection with ,

SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Sheriff-Charles Alligood,Crawfordville. the institution, for the temperance people.
t. ; Spring Term- County Judge-T. Chessen, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. CLAM CHOWDER AND LUNCHES at
{ Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, all hours. RAW AND BOILEDLINSEED
Volusia, Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. :McAlpin, New Troy. Crawfordville. BATHING SUITS TO LET.
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. S perintendentof&hools-J.C.RamseyNew County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- Give us a call.

4 Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. fordville. JULIUS KLOTZ, Manager.
- t fall Term- County Treasurer A. L. Morgan, New Collector of Revenue-J. J. Pearce, Craw- OIL.
. Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. fordville.
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town WALTON. .BILL-HEADS. NOTE-HEADS, ,LET
I Brevard 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. etc., neatly'printedat
the MIRROR office'FOR
,,2d Monday in November.. LEON COUNTY. Clerk-D. G. McLeod.iSheriff

r County Officers.' County Judge-E.'M. West, Tallahassee. Treasurer-James'E.-Bowers.--John C. McSween.' ;
.Sheriff-John A. Pearce, Tallahassee. SALE. KAI-SOMIITE
Collector Revenue W. B. McLeod. f ,
+ ALACHUA. Clerk G. A.Bryan, Tallahassee. ,
I County Judge-Junius. C. Gardner, Gaines Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, Superintendentof Schools-C. C. Gunn. -THE-
ville. Tallahassee.
Clerk-S. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Treasurer. L. Demilly Tallahassee. WASHINGTON..' DomingQ.Acosta Grant All Shades 50 CENTS fcer Pack
Wm. B. Jones.
County Judge- ; ,
Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, ,Talla- Clerk-D. D.,Melvin.
}& Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. ; Sheriff S. W. Davis. .-CO "TAmIl\G- age of Five Pounds.
tl ville.
Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
i Gainesville.Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats. Clerk-J.. MI: Barco, Bronson. Collector of Bet'enue-John Roche., t NEARLY 2,000 ACRES,

Sheriff-W.. H. Bigham, Bronson. Superintendent Schools-Henry.Bush.tLUCY .
l BAKER COU1"TY.County Collector of. Revenue W. H. Anderson, ,FACING THE ST. JOHN'S, RIVER AND ..
Judge-T. B. Smith, Sanderson. Cedar:Key.Superintendent.
Clerk F. J. Pons Sr. : COTTAGE: DUNN'S CREEK.
1'F' Sanderson. of Schools-Jas. P. DePass, GEO. F. LEWIS
SJieriff J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. ,
Collector of Revenue-J. W. Burnsed, San- Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, The property adjoins the ,town of SAN
MATEO, and offers one of the best land-
rson. Schools'Wm. Lessene County Judge-R. F..Hosford. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.: ings on the St. John's River. It has a front-
-nderson.Superintendent of Clerk-A. J. Wooldridge. age 0('two miles on Dnnn's Creek. No. 45 CESTRE'STREEERNANDINA ,

:- Sheriff-D. G. Harrell. Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,withor Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto
Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. without board. Table Boarders.will be the original owners.T. .
4 Judge-J. F. Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Ret'enue-L. G. Wilder. accommodated; also transient. A. ACOSTA, Adm'r.H. .

i Clerk t Henry R. York. Lake Butler.. Superintendent of Schools- .T.J. Gregory. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. H. LIXVILLE, Attorney. FLORIDA.t .



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QUEER PEOPLE :. :, ; "" ,.,:', Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville 9.25 a. m.
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COURSE OF BUSINESS. I-rr ..,fii \ Wednesday and Friday connects with the Express.
THE :'. ,, : J;: }: Steamer St.Nicholas-inside; elegant Cincinnati, via Cin So.Lv ,_...__... 8:47 p m
;. :, tf 'T.'r. ..i' :.. ,/ Florida-Railway & Navigation Co Darien. Savannah route with for Brunswick, Chattanooga, via W & A..Lv _...__.... 8:55 a m
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connecting steamers
;} '!<"I- '(> ;: ,, ,.,,," ,, ; J: ") Baltimore MariettaviaW&A..Lv...__._. 1:36pm
:; Philadelphia New York and Boston.
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JLn Opinion of the "Business" Wo an-' ,.,!, :.t T '- ; :". 'i',t.. 1: -,' J.. ': -. AtlantaviaCRR..Lv._...__..; 245pm
"'' '., :" ','; ,' .4 CUMBERLAND ROUTE. Macon, via C R R............Lv ".""_."".. 7:10 p m
The Curious Side of Human Nature- 10', .', ,. 1" 'f ? ..f t;;.. SCHEDULE IX EFFECT MAY 3, 1886. Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville daily rot Albany.........._......_..._..Lv' 5:30 a m 11:10 p m
Value of Damaged hoperty-Ablurd ;" ,', > .'.. ""*4 .". ". ..iI .'. -- 9.25 a. m., except Sunday, connects With elegant Davis........__......_....._Lv 5:55 a m '_._....._
.... ...' L CENTRAL.MERIDIAN TIME. Steamer Thos.Collyer,Brunswick and through Willingham..............._......Lv 6:10 a m .....__
Notion*-Honesty and Trickery. :1 .", t, One hour slower than Washington D. C. and 33 trains of the Kast Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia, Sumner...... .......-........_-Lv 6:38am ....._......
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;, .t minutes faster than Jacksonville Local and Brunswick & Western Kailroads. Ty Ty.............._............_Lv 6:53am ..... ....._
"The more I come in contact with.the '. ) -A. o. MACDONELL, Alapaha ..........._......_....Lv 8-.13 a m 1:45: a m
representative of this day and -r\:..' :; ";.'(44. ,I,'.,....: -..-' General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Pearson.........__...........-Lv 9:14 a m 2:52 a m
female gen 'f: : .', WESTERN DIVISION.GOING WALTER G. COLEMAN, Waycross...........................Ar 10:29 a m 4:00 a m
eration, the more I am convinced that she ''*....'' ".!.. ,._. 1 General Traveling Agent. Savannah, via S. F & W..Ar 7:58pm ...__..__
is a curious and remarkable ...).Qi. l, J?,;'; :': .Z: WEST. No. 1. l No.9. F. B. PAPY, Jacksonville S,F&W..Ar7:30 p m 85 am

which remark from a blonde young 'l : ; ,: Leave Jacksonville............... 8.00 a m 3.00 p m Traffic Manager.D. Jacksonvillevia S. F& WLv 7:35am 9:30 p m
who certainly could never have ." ',- ,: 1': ; -.: Baldwin.....?.............. 8.45" 4.10" MAXWELL, Savannah,via S, F & W_Lv 71 a m 8:45: p m

harsh treatment from the \. ; .,; .'- Lake City...................10.10 6.03" General Superintendent. Waycross .....-.................Lv 10:40 a m 4:10 a m
any very :;: .,'. : ,,':!;;l r'1...": ,. Live Oak.................. 10.59 7.o.t" Schatterville..Lv 115 a m 4:35 a m
naturally became the subject for &) Ellayllle..................... 11.28 7.45 Hoboken ..........................Lv11am 425am
., ( Madison................... 12.01 8.3.'i" Savannah., Florida &Western. R'y.. Waynesville..........._.......Lv 12:18 p m' 5:55 a m
tion."Don't get excited continued he of S l' Drifton.......................1.07 10.05 Jamaica.........._......._...Lv 12:55 p m 6:40 a m
Pyles' Marsh.................._Lv 1:15
yellow mustache, lazily lighting a Arrive Monticello................. 1.30 p m 10.35 p m Brunswick........................\r 1:50 p m 7:40 a m
"you are not to be treated to a Leave Tallahassee................. 2.20 p m 12.00 .
I am considering lovely woman at /: ''- tv i'j-N f. v ,T r,<- Quincy ........................ 3.15" 1.52 a m All trains of this Road are run by Central Stand- BRUNSWICK AND WAYCROSS ACCOMMO
; Arrive River Junction....._. 4.00" 3.25" ard time. DATION.
present momant solely from a business
Stopping at all Stations.

of view. My position in the Train No. 1 makes close connection at River TIME CARD IN EFFECT :MAY 2, 18S6. Leaves Brunswick ................................. 5:15 a m
partment of a tire insurance Junction with through train on the Louisville & GER TRAINS will leave and arrive Arrives Waycross_....._.................._.......10:10 a m
fords me opportunities: to study the Nashville for New Orleans, and all points Southwest PASSE as follows : RETURNING :

character in a variety of phase, and 10.10pm; arriving, Mobile at DeFuniak 2.25 a m.,at and 7.25.New pm.Orleans Pensacola at NEW ORLEANS EXPEESS. Leaves Waycross ......_................._...;... 5:15 D m

peat that it is a complex and 7.20 a in.Close Leave Jacksonville................................. 7:35 a m Arrives Brunswick............................_._ 8:00: p m

thing." connection is made)at Flomaton for all Arrive Jacksonville..........?.................... 7:30 p m. Purchase tickets at the station, and save extra
44 points North and West; arriving at Montgomeryat Leave Callahan..................................... 8:18 a m fare collected upon the train.
strike fish of all
Vou: must queer s DOWNEY 7.15 am, Nashville pm, Evansville 2.30 pm, Arrive Waycross.......................................10:15 a m The mail train stops at all B & W stations.
your line," suggested the reporter St LouisS pm,Chicago 7.O a in,Cincinnati 6 33 am. Arrive Brunswick via B & W R R........... 1:50 p m Connections made at Waycross to and from all
young man paused. No. 1 has Sleeper, which runs through from Arrive Thomasville.................................,1:37 p m points on Savannah. Florida & Western Railway.
Lots of them was the quick Jacksonville to Montgomery without change.No. Arrive Bainbridge_.... ..................._....... 3:35 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping and Mann Boudoircars
9 makes close connection at River Junction Arrive Chattahoochee............................. 4.-04 p m upon Jacksonville and Cincinnati through
"Nothing but queer fish it seems to me receiving in the with Louisville & Nashville train for :Montgomery Arrive Pensacola via L & N R R.............10:10: p m trains.

times, or else the business is and points North aud West; arriving DeFu- Arrive :Mobile via L & N R R................... 2:30 a m J. A. McDUFFIE, G. P. A.
to develop the queer side of human niak at 8.20 a m, Pensacola 12.30 p m, Montgomery Arrive New Orleans via L & N R R......... 7:20 a m F. W. AJfclER. A. G. P. A.

Our office used to insure among the 7.5.1 m, Nashville 7.20 a m, St. Louis 8 pm, ., Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville A. A. GADDIS, V. P. & G. M.
MARTI Chicago 7.00 p m, Cincinnati 6.35 p m. and New Orleans, via Pensacola and Mobile. -
ers over in the Hester and Essex: streets This train carries Sleeper through from Jack-
There's where sonville to DeFuniak without change. FAST MAIL. Florida Southern Railway Co.
ements. you run : Leave Jacksonville.................,................ 2:00 p m
queer fish. Such places as they are. I Arrive Jacksonville.................................12:00 n'n -
it fairly makes my nose ache to GOING EAST. No. 2. No. 10. Leave Callahan........................4............. 2:45: p m ORANGE BELT ROUTE.
them now hey are tailors Leave River Junction......... 11.30 a m 12.35 am Leave Chattahoochee..............................11:30 a m -
: mostly Quincy.............,........ 12.17 p m 1.52 Leave Thomasville................................. 1:40 pm GOING SOUTH.
fur sewers and the like; they are a Tallahassee............... .1.15" 3.45 Arrive Waycross ...................................._ 4:40: p m .'/
lot, and one room or two at most SUMMER SUPPLY Drifton...................... .2.20" 4.50" Arrive J esup.........................................._ 6:15 p m Fast ail. Daily Ex. Accvm'nDaily.
Sunda .
for a family of from seven to ten to Arrive Monticello._............... .3.05 p m 5.05 a m Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G,........... 8:35 p m Palatka..Lv 10.00 a Lv 3.30'!, ....Daily..._......
Arrive Savannah.................................... 7:58 p m p
work June.T.&K.W..Ar
and in. You ..........,......... 10.15 a Ar _
sleep may Leave Madison .. 3.22 p m 5.58 a m 3AOp
Arrive Charleston................,................... 125 a m
Interiachen........,Ar 11.07
... tAr 4.15 ....._..::..
smells one would strike. And the cat! -oF- Ellaville......... .. 3.53" 6,35"II p
Arrive Wilmington................................. 820 a m
....... Wait'scrossing..Ar l1.43a Ar ......_......
........ .. 4.20" .4.52p
Live Oak 7.05" .... .. ....... ............ .. .
there is Arrive Weldon. .. .. ._ 2:15
family over complete ? : p m Rochelle ............_Vr
11 Lake City................... 5.07" 8,16" 12.06 a Ar 6.l3p _............
.. ... .............. .._
Arrive Richmond .. ..... .. 6:00 m
cat. The cat does all the mischief p Gainesville...........Vr 12.45 ..
a Ar 5.40 .
Baldwin................. 6.30 10.55 p
AND DOMESTIC Arrive Washington..................................11:00 p m
The unfailing reason for all the fires Arrive Jacksonville.............,;. 7.15 11.58 Arrive Baltimore...................:.................12:35 a m Gainesville...........Lv 11.30 a Lv 4.40 p ..
cat tipped over the lamp. It is: an Arrive Philadelphia..................................3:45 a m Rochelle....._.....Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13 p 6.55 a
lished joke among the offices, that No. makes close connection at River Junction Arrive New York.....................................6:50 a m Micanopy.. 7.45; a
with Louisville & Nashville trains from New Orleans Evinston......... .Lv 12.43 Lv 5.32 8.20
these risks-thisubiquitous and Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand p p a
and from Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati
mischievous cat of the east side Montgomery. Has through Sleeper from Mont New York.EAST Ocala I..ochbie..Lv12.55p.................Lv 1.52 p Lv Lv 5.40p 6.25 p 10 8.50 00 a a
VALUE OF DAMAGED PKOPKKT1T. { GOODS gomery.No. FLORIDA EXPRESS. *Welshton..Ar 2.15p Ar 6.44p 1.22p

"Then arson is a common crime in 10 makes close connection with trains from Leave Jacksonville.................................. 4:30 p m South Lake Weir..Ar 3.05p :A.r' 7.27p 2.28 p
Montgomery and North, and has Sleeper from Arrive Jacksonville..................... .........11:30: a m Conant .......-Ar 3.14 p Ar 7.36 p 2.48 p
community, suggested the.reporter. DeFuniak Springs. Leave Callahan...................................... 5:14 p m Leesbu ._............Ar 3.53 p Ar 8.02) p 4.20 p
"Arson unproved; but 'hot< Arrive Callahan.......................................10:46 a m Center lull........Ar 4.28 p ._..
Curious, too, for.they get ,very doceut Leave Waycross.... .....M.......................... 7:30 p m Pemberton'sF'ry 5.12p ._.
and excellent ( and -AND- SOUTHERN DIVISION. Arrive Waycross.......... .............'.............. 8:25 a m Brooksville..Ar b.lOp .-......
nishiugs clothing, Leave Gainesville..... ........... ................. 3:50 p m *Dinner at Welshton at 2.15 p m ; Supper at 1'
damage them for th<3 insurance" GOING SOUTH. 1'0.7, No. 5. No. 3. 1'0.19. Leave Lake City................ ..................... 3:45pm 6.45 p m.

"You insure anything and Lv Fernandina 10.10AI 4.10pII:: Leave Live Oak....................................... 7:10pm St. John's &
supposal" ARTICLES II CaUahaIl..... 11.30 II 7.25 Leave Thomasville,............_.'................11:15; p m Lake .Eustis Division..
Arrive Albany.......................................... 1:30: a m Fast Mail Hail Daily Ex.
-Oh, yes-that is, if it is Lv Jacbonville 1L45AM Arrive Montgomery via Central R R......_ 8OO a m Dail!!. Daily. Sunday.

woman over in Paterson tho other Baldwin.......12.50p,[ 12.30" Arrive Mobile via L & N R R ................. 2:10 p m Leesburg.............Lv 4.00 p ............... Lv 11.];) a
showed me among the debris of her :; IN PART OF- Highland... 1.27" Arrive New Orleans via L & N'R R......... 7:30: p m Fort :\Iason..A.r 4.50 p ...._ Ar 12-45 p

dead bird in blackened Lawtey....... 1.43"' ...._ Arrive Nashville via L& N R R...............;710; p m Fort :Mason........................ Lv 9.20 a ....._........
canary a cage. II Starke'......... 2.o.t.: ... o. 11 Arrive Louisville via L & N R R.............. 2:25 a m Eustis...................Ar 5.05 p Ar 9.30 a Ar 1.00 p
wanted compensation for its loss, Laws, .. Waldo .......... 2.45" 2.45 PM Arrive Cincinnati via L & N R R...-........... 6:35 a m Tavares..Ar 5.35' p Ar 10.10 a _.............
company would not grant it. It should Ly Gainesville_. 3.30 8.4irM.. Arrive St. Louis via L & N R R_............... 7:40' a m Lane Park..Ar 5.45; p Ar 10.25 a ......._......

been covered by a special policy, as and Dotted Swiss Lawns Archer........ 4.20 ". Pullman Buffet Cars to and from'Jacksonville Altoona..Ar 6.45 p ............ 1
; II Bronson....... 4.50 and St. Louis, via Thomasville-Albany, Montgomery Pittman._........ ..Ar 7.04 p ._
often are. Parrots are very Cedar Key.., 'f 6.45 I'. and Nashville Astor...................Ar .8.10 p ............... ...............
sured, and a woman not long ago asked and Stripes .
write in her she it "
tion for them policy, as' put to .. Citra............ ,57" p Leave Jacksonville....................,:."..:.......9:30: p m Fast Mail Mail Ac. Daily
goldfish, pointing a (Suitable for the Season.) SilYErSpring '4.42 ".. ... Arrive Jacksonville............:..:......:..:...... 8:05 a m Dailif. Daily., Ex.San.
the little shiners squirming about in a II Oeala....;;.:..;4.57' 8.37. Leave Callahan..;..... ..................'...........10:20 p m Astor................*....Lv 7.OOa ..........
inch globe. 1 told her tire would Table Cloths II Wildwood.... 6.0t" 5.U Arrive Waycross ?.................:.. ..............12:35 a m Pittman._........;...I v 8.01 a .
those animals-the creatures were Leesburg..... 6.37" 5.52 Arrive Albany via B & W R R....;........._'5:30 a m I. Altoona..Lv 8.20 a ............... ..............
then in .Ar TaYtues......... 7.00" 6.30" Arrive Macon via Central R R................ 9:40 a m Lane Park..Lv 9.00 a Lv 4.20 p ...............
narrow quarters. : ; Towels, (;Napkins, Doileys, Arrive Atlanta via Central R R.......:....... 1S p m Tavares................Lv 9.10 a Lv 4.3 p ............... I.'I
"It's always the women that have th No. 7 is through at train Callahan from with Fernandina Fast :Mail to from Tav- Arrive Jesup .......................;...................... 2:15 a m Eustis..................Lv 9.40 a Lv 5.20: p Lv 1.20 p ;,
surd notions about insurance, although Edgins the ares, connecting Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G R R''... 6:00 am Fort l\Iason.Lv 9.5.a Ar 4.45 p Lv 2.00 p Ii''
men are pretty nearly as bad about East, and, at also Baldwin 1'0.10 from with all train points from on Jacksonville Western- Arrive Macon via E T, V & G R B........;... 8:30 a m Leesburg._.........;..Arll.OOa ............. Ar 3.35 p t.
Cedar Arrive Atlanta via E T, V & G R R......;...12:05 n'n:
for Line.
to increase the value of Division at Waldo with No. 11 Key, Main
damaged i
Shirting Sheeting etcA ; South'n .... 6:50
Arrive Cincinnati via Cin R'y a m
Orlando and Atlan-
and at Tavares with Tavares
A little ., '
the wilds
storekeeper of Fast Mail Accom'n
Ex. ;
York"i tic train for Orlando.No. Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir Buffet
was partially burned out last winter. 3 is through train from Jacksonville to Tav- Caes via Waycross Abany.and Macon,-and via Dail!!. Sunday. Daily.
Brooksville........._Lv 8.20 a ..... I IPemberton'sF'I'Lv
kept laces chiefly, and all that were NICE LINE OF- ares, connecting at Baldwin with evening train Waycross Jesup and Macon,between Jacksonvilleand
9.40 .....
from Fernandina and at Tavares next Cindnnati. Also through Passenger: Coaches a :
were of the cheapest quality buc his morning '/
via Al- Center Hill....... ..Lv 10.25 a .
with Tavares Orlando & Atlantic train for Orlando between Jacksonville and Chattanooga,
for the moiety of stock burned was a' at that with South Florida and Jacksonville and Cincinnati via Jesup. Leesburg ..Lv 11.05' a Lv 6.a"a ............... ,
round one. connecting point This bany; : Conant ................Lv 11.34 a Lv 7.00 a ...............
train for and intermediate
t Tampa points. SAVANNAH EXPRESS. South Lake Weir..Lv 11.43 a Lv 7.06 a............... I'
Now, you know, we don't make 1LHIN1 train Orlando.carries Sleeper through from Jacksonvilleto 'Leave Jacksonville .............. ................. 9:30 p m .Wel'hton..Ar 12.12p Ar 7.24 a ...............
the assured; we simply indemnify, _ Arrive Jacksonville................................ 8:05 a m Ocala....................A.r 1.OOp' Ar 8.14 a ............... I
said to our friend, 'How's this! these : GOING NORTH No. No.4. Leave Callahan.......................................1020pm Lochbie ...............Ar 1.53 p Ar 9.04 a.....-
laces all told won't to what 1 8.1 Arrive Callahan.;..................................... 7:05 a m Evinston ..............Ar 2.07 p Ar 9.14 a Lv 4.53 p 1 i
sum up Lv" Tavares......... 7.20 PI"::r Leave Gainesville..................................... 3:30; p m Micanopy.. Lv 5.4.p f .
want for the two or tin ee boxes Silk Alpaca Coats Leesburg....... 7.47 .. ,8.52 ,Co Arrive Gainesville _................................. 935; a m Rochelle...............Ar 2.35 p Ar 9.37 a Ar 6.30 p
44 'Db,' said the old fellow, U Wildwood... 8.16.I 9.45; Leave Lake City..............................;...... 3:45 p m Gainesville ..........Ar 3.2OpAr 10.05 a............... I
voice Ocala........... 9.20" I 1L25 Arrive Lake .....................................100 a m !
confidentially! 'I tell you ,how Silver 9.33 II ..........., I City Gainesville .....;...Lv 1.55 p Lv 9.0.a. ...............
vas. In dose boxes I Leave Live Oak....................................... 7:10 p m Roehelle.Ar 2.25 p Ar 9.30 a............... I-
keep my in Seersucker Suits Citra ........... 10.17",. .,'..9.1-2. 12.47AM i\O. 1)_'). Arrive Live Oak....................................... 6:15 a m Wait's Crossing...Ar 3.14 p Ar 10 00 a. .........._.. ,
pensive laces. Dem laces, vas tine Jl hawthorne. 10.49 .1.37" Arrive Thomasville................................. 7:50 a m Interlachen i..Ar 3.55 p Ar 10.33 a ............... !
cobweb and all hand-thade'an, l so on Lv Cedar Key.... ..7.15AM 2.00P![ Arrive Albany _.......................................11:50: a m JuncJT&Kfr..Ar 4.37p Arll.20a ............... I. ,
according to his elaboration, nothing Bronson ...... 9.10 4.50 Arrive Montgomery via Central R R........ 723 p m Palatk a..........t..Ar 4.50 p Ar 11.30 a .............. : !
of A BARGAIN.-a Archer.;.:..... 9.4O" 5'50 Arrive Nashville via L & N R R............... 7:10 a m *Breakfast at Welhston at 7.34 a in. I
the value of old rose point could Gainesyille.. 'f 10.35" 8.45 Arrive Louisville via L & N R R ...........- 2:20 p m

pensate him, but the company Lv Waldo ..........11.35 AM 11.25' 2.30 AM 10.001." Arrive Cincinnati via L & N R R............ 6:35' p m STEAMER A. J. LANE AND DISPATCH 1;
ferently," finished this young damage Starke....._.. 12.20pl\I 3.00 ArriveSt.LouisviaL&NRR..SOOpmArrive Make daily double round.trips of Lakes Eustis
praiser "it does. AND FUR HATS a' Lawtey_...... 3.35.. Waycross _....................................12:35 a m and Harris, touching at all landings.. If,
dryly; frequently 12.40"N __ ___ '
.- 'a ilighiand.... 0,6. 3.55" lo. 20.a' Arrive Brunswick via B & W R R............ 7:40: a m. f >
HONEST WITH HONEST MEN. Baldwin._... 1.40" 1.50PM 5.00 5.00 AM Arrive Jesup _.......................................... 3:13 a m. 'CONNECTIONS.At ;
"Yet we don't haggle; we are honest 'a Jacksonvil1c....... 2'35" 5.50" .. .........' Arrive Savannah..................................... 6:15 a m
honest men but. when 'we tackle 'a Callahan.... 2.45" I 8.10 Arrive Charleston....................................12:55 p m Palatka, vith Jacksonville, Tampa & Key r:
Ladies' and Misses' AI' Fernandina.... 4.00 Arrive Wilmington ..... .......... ................ 8:30( p m West Railway, .ind fast river steamers, for St. Au- "
trying to play sharp apt to see 110.10 Arrive Richmond... ................................ 5:48 p m Augustine, Gnwm: Cove Springs, Jacksonville, and
he or she gets no more than he or she Arrive Washington .................................10:30 a m all points North, East and West, and with up-river
titled to. What do you think, now No. 8 is through train from Tavares to Fernan-. Arrive Baltimore ?..................................12:05 p In, steamers for Sputh Florida : also with tAe new ;
cheek of H B AND LImRIUx..LAS. dina, connecting at Tavares with Tavares, Orlan- Arrive Philadelphia......:...?....................' 2:87 p m twin-screw iron steamship 'City of Pal atka." and ;
fellow down south who '
do &
a : Atlantic train from Orlando: at Wildwood Arrive New York ............................_...... 5:30 p m steamship City Monticello. for Charleston, New "
sent us up his policy soaked with the Pullman Palace Cars between Savannah and York, Boston, 'Philadelphia, etc. '
with train Withlacoochee Branch for Panasoffkee -
sene with which, as it was afterward on Tampa via Gainesville.Pullman Mail trains make close connection both ways It
he had fired his leaving Wildwood at 9.35 a m; at Waldo with- Buffet Cars between Jacksonville and via Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway, at
property'"To : No. 12 from Cedar Key. and at Baldwin with No.; '. Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast Line-fast mail. .
return to the' ''It 6 to Jacksonville and No. 9 on Western Division! Washington.
women. a -Through Tickets sold to all points by rail and At Gainesville with through Pullman Sleepersover r.
mon belief among them that they c : for all points West on that division ;' at Callahan' steamship connections and baggage checked Savannah, Florida & Western Railway, for r,
no indemnification if their policy is AND SATCHELS. with Fast Mail for all points East. through. Also SleePin Car berths and sections New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola, Savannah, .
No. 4 is from
night-train through
Louisville St. Louis, and !
And if their secured at Company's Office in Astor's building Albany, Montgomery, :
property not all e Jacksonville, connecting with Tavares Orlando
i 82 Bay street, and at Passenger Station, and on all points West. :
they think 'all claim for r damages is ; &: Atlantic trainwith Sleeper from Orlando ; at board People's Line Steamers H:B. Plant" and At Ocala. with Florida Railway & NavigationCompany

fied. Scores of them' have come to ,;variety;; *'other goods too Waldo with No;. 22, afternoon accommodationtrain "Chattahoochee." and DeBary-Baya Line Steamer and hacks, for Silver Spring.At .
: and Baldwin with No.
from Cedar at
fic explaining that the fire mention. 20 for Fernandina.Key, City of Jacksonville." Astor, with St. John's River steamers, for'
Sanford and landings.At !
JAS.L. TAYLOR, Jacksonville, way
house all up, but most of. the past favors, jM. j '{ General Passenger Agent.B. Leesburg, with the St.John's & Lake Eustis

saved, and they don't suppose they DOWNEY. f G. FLEMING, Superintendent. Division of the Florida' Southern Railway, and
Fernandina & Jacksonville Branch.
lect anything, but they thought | boats on Lakes HarrIs and Eustis, for points on I

come and because :Mrs. April 10, 1886. ;: Lakes. t
see, with South Florida Railroad -
GOING NORTH Week Days. Su day Brunswick & Western Railroad. At Pemberton's Ferry, i
EOU1eneighbo.That's said perhaps they t! Lv Jacksonville 9.25'u; 5.00'Pl\I 9.00 AM 5.35 PM for Lakeland, Tampa, Kissimmee, Bartow ,it
a positive fact. Ar Fernandina.. 11.00" 6.10" 10.10", 6.45" Orlando, Sanford,.Tuckertown.andFortDade.
"Yet women .. TY TY ROUTE. O. W. BROMWELL, ,
how are persistent insurers; : GOING SOUTH : General Passenger:\ Agent.A. .
C.ey treasure their policies!, !..': / :.' <: CGWA I'
in : .\. Lv Fernandin 7.00AlI: 2.4.AII: 7.00A.\I 4.00PM FIFTY MILES SHORTER THAN ANY OTHETJ: ,
a Connecticut farmhouse one d : :. Ar Jacksonville '8,10 4.25" ,8,10" 5'10" WAYCROSSAND I General Traveling Agent. 1
--,-.-....-....I ;_,, 1 : ROUTE BETWEEN
summer, while I was waiting in (.r" ALBANY. -, SHERMAN CONANT,

room, what should I see hanging I : -orWitblacoochee-- '- ,' i General Manager._

melodeon framed, and as a companion I Branch. ON AND: AFTER FRIDAY Y, MAY 7th, 1886,. I

to the marriage certificate, but an .. trains will run as follows: : Corn Oats Hay Bran .
was idea
an wasn't it? "::,,.,, ; ; ,
lou insure St.Catherine 4.00PH Lv Wildwood.... 9.35.A.1 MaU. Express.
looms hereditary valuables, a' Panasoffkee. 5.20" Ar Panasotfkee,10.10 Brunswick .......................:iLv 1:30 p m 90 p m tAT t-
and the like." ,- .. ArWildwood..;. 5.50" ." St.Catherinel1.10 uCOXXECTIOXS. Pyles' Marsh.....................Lv 155pm 9.25 p m :JmED FEED, nICE FLOTJE, ETC.
"At their commercial value yes.- : j;:: ,.t :;' Jamaica......................__Lv 2:22 p m 10:00 p ntWaynesville
SKJ nothing for their : .f. :'. I. \ .....................Lv 3:00pm '10:4Q: p m
; An association'to 1'E .,$,". --, ..J.. A J. ....._;,,", Hoboken .............._......_.Lv 3:55pm 11:4.>p m I
S-ViduaL autograph' 'letter of v. Schlatterville..Lv 4:12pm 12:00ng't WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

Washington we would insure for a ';:" i At Callahan with'Savannah Florida & Western Waycross...........................Ar 4:38 p m 12:30 a m ,
but a letter Savannah via S F &W..Ar' 7:58pm 6:15 a mfacksonvilleviaSF&W.Ar
jm written ,
by your ',' ," Railway, for Savannah, Macon, Atlanta, 7:30pm 80am
years ago, however valuable it c:, t' Charleston, Washington Baltimore, New York, FRED W. HOYT & CO.
be to you, the : Cincinnati St. Louis, Chicago, and all points Jacksonvilleyia S.F & W..Lv 2:00pm 9:30pm
company would .......... ..
the : West and Northwest. Savannah, via S, F & W..Lv 7:01 a m .
prlce.of the) ink and paper, which :'. : ;if- :'. : ;:: At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha River steamers Waycross.........................-Lv 5:00pm 12:4.: > am

be-nothing. I'F j ; at St.' Catherine with Florida Southern Railway Pearson ............................Lv 6:13pm 2:00 am.
"How about jewelry and art ;<.- ,p ;:;" .."'': : for Brooksville. Bartow and Tampa ; at Alapaha_.....................- ..Lv 7:17: p m 258am Fresh Garden Seeds
Wearing 3ewebT >: %:;i .f._,- : i "' .' Orlando with South Florida Rail road,for Sanford. Ty Ty ........._..... ...........Lv' 8:41 p mSumnerJ ......-..... ,
hold i is included !; ; <'. vJf-5- ''f' ',-.'.;... T ,- .. Lakeland and Tampa; at Cedar Key with Steamer ........._..............__Lv, 8:06 p m M............_'
goods; special articles of "f :;: Governor Safford, Sunday and Wednesday, for Wilmington..............._...:-Lv 92Spin '_h_......_ ; CROP OF '85.
Individually secured. Manatee and Tampa. Davis,....................-........-LV 9:* pm............. .
and the like are also injured. > -- Albany............_..............Ar.lfcOO p m 5:30 p m
Then the specially MALLORY' STEAMSHIP LINE. Macon, via C R R.:...._.._...Ar .;...._..... 9:40: a m, In papers or in nlk: at
PaaeWrtow vase,would ; .. j ; Steamer expres leaves Jacksonville'Wednes- Atlanta, via C R R...........Ar......._...... Ian p m
titled to a separate and particular i ; ..- days and Saturdays at 5.10 P. in.,connecting with :Marietta via W& A..Ar .............. 2:39 p m
Undoubtedly, but not, my dear .t-.[: the elegant steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- &:hattanooga, via W &A..Ar ....._..... 7*i P m. FRED W. HOYT & GO'SE -

r company for $lSOOa"-New : .,. ing semi-weekly for New York direct. Cincinnati, via Cin So..Ar ......_...... CoO a m
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,,. .. '._", THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JULY 3.. .1886. _.


The Fernandina Boat Club. Mrs. Grundy Says

THE FLORIDA MIRROR. That, the'4 p.,m. beach train is too fre-

ti THE FOURTH OF JULY, EEGATTA. ,quently'delayed: by the non-arrival,of the I

.11.00.A, YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS At night a meeting, June of 25th the ,boat arrangements club, held were Friday regular mail ; OE SII'ER GOOB II

t. That an hour's delay, as was the case last
Reflections.The made for a regatta,to be held Monday, July Thursday, is not productive of good feeling I

5th, and the following rules adopted to govern
towards the of the road
weather on our seashore is perfectly managers ; "
the same:
charming. That the afternoon trains are patronizedto
Samuel L. Dennette,judge.
t Mr. Chas H. Whitner and family re- Boats proposing to enter for the regatta started an extent time that'should warrant their being We invite attention to the following seasonable goods :

turned last Wednesday from Georgia. must register with the secretary before 9 on ;
That neither .the Centre street depot! ICE CREAM FREEZERS-The "White"Mountain and "Gem "
Hon. John C. Nichols, of Blackshear,Ga. o'clock p. m. Saturday,July 3d triple
(what a misnomer) or the Egmont Hotel "
ex-Congressman, is sojourning the Strath- Boats entered for the race shall report to motion. ..
steps are sufficiently comfortable to make
r more. the judge, on steamship dock, to obtain instructions .
long waits desirable. WATER COOLERS-All sizes. ,
,& Nash King will run the public pavilion at 9 o'clock a. m. July 5th. That not a week passes but the necessity +

= south of the Strathmore. See his notice Hour of start is placed at! 10 o'clock a. m. REFRIGERATORS Various and
w just becomes more painfully evident that a larger styles prices, at our Furniture Store,
All boats entering must comply with the .
w elsewhere. and better hotel than the Strathmore'is on Centre Street.
rules in carrying a club flag and regulation
R. W. Southwick, agent of the New York needed on Amelia beach ;
size of numbers on sail, or their time will FRUIT JARS-Masons
tfi steamers, left on the steamer Carondelet on. That the menu Mrs. Tomkies places before all sizes.
not be taken.
Thursday New York. her guests is faultless, and makes a residence -
The regulation size of enrollment num- MONITOR OIL STOVES -Superior to all others.
The familiar face of'our old friend, Mr. bers to be not less than eighteen inches in at this hotel a pleasure, notwithstanding -

.' : John Darby, of Starke, was noticed on our length, with figures not less than two inchesin the discomforts of.a poorlyarrangedand

":j ; streets during the past week. width. contracted building.

a Business_ seems to be increasing some in The race contest to be for the regular cjub, That the pioneer; of Ocean City is Dr.

J ; nearly, all lines of traffic, and indications 'prizes, which are: The Carnegie Challenge .Loomis-the "General Spinner of Amelia IN OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
beach-but when that 400-pound bear that
are that the dull season is about over. Cup, first prize; the silk club pennant, second makes occasional visits to this locality

'+,J Mr. J. Klotz is building a new addition toT prize; the Mirror Cup, third prize..
comes ,nosing around the General's tent
; his Ocean House, on Amelia beach in order The following persons were elected officersof '
t there will be trouble bruin.
to make room for his increasing business. the club for the ensuing year:
Commodore-Robert W. Southwick. That an artesian well in Ocean City would We have all the Seasonable Goods, both for the Household and for Picnics -
Gov. Perry has appointed Mr. Emil 0. give great confidence to those who would
Vice-Commodore-Samuel L. Dennette.
Friend County Commissioner for Nassau like to invest in a seaside residence there Excursions, etc.

county, vice Chas. W. Lewis, term expired. Secretary-George R. Hubby. I
and wish to drink water
k Treasurer-George F. Lewis. pure ; BUTTER, LARD and CHEESE kept cool and hard in our :Mammoth
? Honey Peaches, delicious and undoubt- H. That a good supply of drinking water
SI/.rgeon-'V. Pope.
edly the best we get, are being shipped in Measurer-T. B. Livingston.A should be secured near the Upham pavilion Refrigerator.

large quantities by Mr. Kennard, of Waldo. immediately ;
communication was read by Dr. W. H.
That Nash King intends to have here the JBST Everything at bottom prices.
Our home folks are patronizing the Beach
." Pope from Dr. J. D. Palmer presenting the
nicest bathing arrangement and neatest restaurant -
liberally this season. Ladies and children Carnegie Challenge Cup on behalf of the

predominate, and a jolly good time they donor, Mr. T. M. Carnegie and a presentation on the beach.

have. speech was made by him on behalf of That there was some talk, once upon a

.I 1 r. 0. S. Oakes, contractor, has begun the Dr. Palmer, who was unable to present the time, about a landing for small boats near FRED W. HOYT & CO.
Centre street but like other
; many projectsin
I erection of a public pavilion on Amelia cup in person.
this place it seems to have been all talk
'beach for the accommodation of the colored Surgeon Pope Commodore Southwick and
That" talk is cheap," consequently we
people., Treasurer Lewis were appointed a committee -
have deal of it. and too of ,
a great many our
Dr. J. C. Hill, of Burke county, Ga., to acknowledge the receipt of the cup end in talk.

well known in this city, arrived here and express the thanks of the club to Mr. projects
That of citizens do not
some our appear
Wenesday to spend the summer with his Carnegie for the magnificent donation. '
convinced that the artesian well should be
; placed as far away from the centre of the .
Article I. This shall be the
t ., If you wish to be sure of securing a good, cup permanent city as the Park ((1))
property and the first prize of the Fernan-
comfortable room immediately on your ar- That probably most of them would be
dina Boat Club.
'' rival in Fernandina, write in advance to the satisfied with the selection of locality made
Article 2. The boat winning this cup shall
Strathmore. be open for challenge by any other boat be- by parties of experience in placing such U U RRRR NN N II TJLTTT U U RRRR EEEEE

5 Mr. Charles W. DaCosta, proprietor of the longing to the club. wells; F U UR R NN Nil T U TJ R RE

2 i best-equipped printing establishment in the That it would seem as if the immediate F U UR RNN NIl T U UR RE
Article All races for this cup shall be
all short visit need is a water supply within the so-called F U URRNNNIITU URRE
State, paid our office an too
y' i sailed over the Clab Course and accordingto fire limit"That FFFF U U RRRR N N N II T U U RRRR EEEE

yesterday. the club rules. F U URRN NNII T U TJRRE
Commodore R. W. South wick isn't
a C. W. Pete, wife, two children and nurse, Article 4-Section 1. Upon receipt of a F U UR RN NNII T U UR REF

j of Brunswick, Ga., are enjoying the invigorating challenge for this cup the holder shall be the man to letthe Fernandina Boat Club U U R R N NNII T U TJR REF
h perish from inactivity ; 'UUU R R N NN II T TJTJTJ: R EEEEE
E sea breezes of the Atlantic, which are allowed twenty-four hours to name a day
That the next Monday will bring ,
best obtained on Amelia beach. for sailing the race said day to be within
out several new and, perhaps, speedy craft;
two weeks from the date of
with rod and challenge.
Sportsmen, your gun,
That the Reckless Bale will again put in an
Section 2. Should the challenged boat fail

4 Pleasure-seekers Invalids who'd bask after in fun sun, to name a date within the twenty-four hours appearance That Frank; Marshall has a new boat thatis Ware-Room on Centre Street, West of Second.

5 ; Everyone, to Fernandina come.J. limit, the challenging boat shall then have as wreck-less. as any of them,and he I r

the right to name a date in accordance with isn't going to be such a long way behind,
K. Deman of Mandarin, Wm. Fosterof
section 1.Article. either.
Lake Weir, A. K. Hammond of Palatka, That Captain King has all the modern -
5-Section 1. This shall be in
', and Jas. H. Chapman of Boston have been cup comforts at his seaside residence. His latestis
the care of the Treasurer and shall be trans-
Y guests of the Strathmore during the past a boat and bath-house, a Dutch oven anda
ferred to a'winner at a meeting of the club well.
1, week. regularly called. That a raccoon'is the only kind of a coon r

e Our friends in Middle and South Florida Section 2. In case any three members that time ;can tell" a ripe watermelon every : THE ATTENTIONOF

will no doubt avail themselves of the opportunity object to the transfer of this cup to its win That Collector Scott must keep a raccoon, .

: offered by the Florida Railway & ner, action shall be taken at the time, and for alf the melons he brings to town are .

Navigation Company to visit our beautiful the transfer or retention of the cup be determined ripe ;
That he was not far behind South Floridain
beach next week. by the club. marketing his crop.
Article 6. This cup shall be deposited with ,
Col. N. S. Moore, Hawthorne, is now at
the treasurer of the club before 9 o'clock
the Beach giving attention to the erection : MARINE.
the day on which. is to be contested for. (m HOUSEKEEPERSIS \\\\t\\ II
of cottages on the lots he owns in Ocean Article 7. No boat can challenge a second Port1 of Fernandina. III '

City. He is charmed with the situation,and HIGH WATER.
time for this cup within a period of six

P predicts a bright future for the place.C. I months of the date of the first challenge. Sunday Saturday, July" 3.4..10:00... ....... 9:09A.M.. 10:27"9:41 P.3I. r

Hopkins, nurse and two children ; Mrs. I Article 8. A meeting of the club shall be Monday 5. .........10:51 '" 11:13Tuesday' "
6..11:43" 0:00
Sayner, D.T. Mclntyre' wife and sister, J. held immediately after the finish of each Wednesday," 7............ 0.-07 0:40: ,CALLED TO .THE-

G. Wilkes, M.J. Merriman,Marshall Livingston race for this cup. Thursday, Co 8............ 1:04: 1:40 "
I Friday, 9............ 2:05: 2:40 "
H. M. Sledge, Hugh Partridge and ENTERED.

e s.b : Miss Sylvester, all of_ Jacksonville, are registered Accepting the Cup. Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Bruns- COMPLETE: : : ASSORTMENT:

R l at the Strathmore. FERNANDINA, FLA., June 24, 1886. wick, Georgia, daily. .- ,..:-,
s June Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from .
Cumberland .
Mr. Thomas M. Carnegie, : -
It; has been suggested that the most availa- New,York; freight and passengers, to ;'l, ,'" .. ": ,, ,. ;
>''jI\. '" ,"iM'ii I"'P""V f '
DEAR SIR-At the R. W. Southwick, agent. .
a meeting Fernan- : : .j" \; 't- ; i _, :.
ble and desirable location for. the artesian Schooner Rosa Muller, Wallace, New "'dl, }' t' t.'t.f't'! }t.'I : QF ."- ."--".1"- 't., 0'.. "
dina Boat Club on the 24th inst. Dr. J. D. York, to Hilliard & Bailey. :' t_ :: : HJki\ '.' .;,,'
well would be on Centre street and Seventh.
N. Keelin Steelman,New
Palmer presented your gift bearing the legend 28-Schoonerxsaac
a The advantages 'are many. The most important York to W. D. Wheelwright &Co.
"TheCarnegie Challenge Cup.
is a central point that can be used CLEARED.
The club warmly appreciate the cup for Steam-packet Thos. Collyer, Dilwood, for Brunswick -
w by the citizens to better advantage than at
its intrinsic beauty and value, as well as for Georgia, daily. .
t=+ any other place. It would be well for the June30-Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for
the thoughtful generosity that prompted its New York; freight and passengers, by ocEsj
Council consider this
to suggestion.
I donation. Rest assured it will be guarded R. W. Southwick., agent. FDTLX. !
". 26-Barkentine Ellen, Tqysen, Queenstown.
T The Strathmore is becoming quite a favorite with care, as the club at once, by its action, 26-Schooner Herald, Gilly, Demarara. J

'with commercial tourists, who endeavor placed it as their first and most honored 28-Schooner R. H. Cowan,Bell, Charleston.
July Schooner Marion Hill, Armstrong, New ; .
to arrange their business so as to spend Sunday York. "- .
at our sea-side resort. During the past prize.With grateful assurances of our respect Bark Nicola, Brown.VESSELS- IN PORT.- o, : > -a; ; .;. ., ;;, I BOTH ." ,- ",",. :I',>>,:,'',1 1- -;....., '_'.'.-'""'_'*

t week we note the arrival of Messrs. :Max and esteem, we remain Brig Ortis. Llorca. ," q.- -

Krauss, Savannah, Ga.; John' W. Otley, Yours truly, Schooner Thomas Clyde, Burton.
Schooner Wm. F.Clawes, Penny.
Richmond, Va.; John F. Jackson, New R. SOUTHWICK, Schooner H. J. Cottrell, Haskell.

l York; J.Lehman,Jacksonville N.C. Pettit, GEO. F.LEWIS, Schooner Rosa Muller, Wallace.
i -' ; ". .: 'C' W. H. POPE, M. D., ,Schooner Isaac N.Keelin, Steelman. U FOREIGN AND DOMESTICWHICH .1
New,York; James R. Alis, Atlanta. ;.iR; : Committee. .. y

t ; During the past week some very fine Atlantic Pavilion.

I watermelons have been-received in'the city. Quick Work.In .

'; On Tuesday last a' huge specimen, of the our issue of last Saturday appeared an -
i arrived advertisement offering a reward for the detection ON AMELIA BEACH. WE ARE OFFERING-
Iron Mountain
variety, here by
1 of the thief who abstracted .
1I a gold
,, Southern Express consigned to Colonel F.
' B. Papy, General Traffic Manager of the watch and chain from'a gentleman at St. This favorite Restaurant and Refreshmen

1 Florida Railway & Navigation Mary's, Georgia. This robbery was only "
one of a series which had been perpetratedat Saloon, on Amelia's famous beach, is now
,It was shipped by Dr. T. R. Milan,of Lees- : : .
!r ; burg, Fla., and weighed fifty-five pounds. that quiet village within the last four open for the "season' after having under- .-

t' weeks. The issue containing the advertisement ) .;, ;:'. 'J. ; t, :. ..... ;;!",
Owen Kelly, formerly car inspector of the was hardly on the street for five hours gone a thorough renovation. The best of '-.- -. ; '. -. -, ,

Florida Railway & Navigation Company in'. before the thief was detected by Mr. Joe service at all times at reasonable rates. ..

this city, but who was lately employed in Lefils, salesman for Mode Bros., Who caused .

; the same capacity by the Tavares,Orlando& ALBERT GLAIBEB.Fernandina .
his arrest by Sheriff Ellermann m, who received -

Atlantic Railroad, died suddenly on Wednesday the reward offered by the citizensof ., Fla.; May 1st, 1886. WHITNER & SCHUYLER,

last in the Orlando city calaboose, St. Mary's. -

4 where he had been placed for drunkenness..

Kelly after his discharge here from the If For Rent.
you want a. good melon 'get one cf

7! Florida Railway & Navigation Company Scott's of Georgia." Drop a card in The store recently occupied by Fnnke's NO. 47 CENTRE STREET.
Dry Goods Emporium, on Centre street.
had been on a protracted spree, which, no the postoffice and he will deliver them at G. STARK, ,

doubt, undermined constitution. your house. 3t Fernandina,'Fla., :May 14th, 1886. ; ; ....",::J.',. .......,.