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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
July 31, 1886
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Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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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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The Democratic County Convention.A sounding the car wheels on the west side of ITEMS OF INTERESTIT __ "the* whale. the. Waesland., which SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DIS
the train. When he got to the rear end of j TRICT.
DOUGHERTY DELEGATION GOES'UP TO Blackstone is estimated that the wine crop seemed to have sustained no inju-
SOLID the train be saw standing just a
OCALA-PERFECT HARMONY. few feet away from him, partially concealed of California will reach 25,000,000; ries, resumed her course. Captain CALL FOR A CONVENTION.

The County Convention met at Callahanon behind the hydrant from which the locomotives gallons, an increase of 10,000,000 Ueberweg thinks that the whale was EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS,

Saturday last, in accordance with the are supplied. Upon his intimationto over the crop of 1885.A 'asleep'when the vessel struck him, SECOND CON. DIST. OF FLORIDA.
the County Executive Committee.Mr. Blackstone to leave him alone as he'wasin
call of and, "that; as' he moved along, the Pursuant to call the Executive
of the Executive would LARGE has been ,
H.J. Baker the Chairman the discharge of his duty and cave recently
Committee, called the Conventionto brook no interference, the latter began to discovered in the Oregon range, forty water held the, big fish across the Committee of the Conservative Dem-

order. abuse him and threaten to kill him. Ad miles north of El Paso, which. in stem. ocratic party of the Second Congres-
Mr. John Owens, of Evergreen, was made kins then raised his gun to his shoulder,but ",. sional District of Florida
size and in the of stalac- met at
beauty its' ,THE RIVER AND
temporary Chairman, and Mr. Wideman, Blackstone, who had already drawn his re- HARBOR BILL.
of Callahan,temporary Secretary.A volver, stepped from behind the hydrantand tites and stalagmites rival. Jacksonville on this 15th day of
Committee on Credentials consistingof was first to fire, the ball penetrating the Mammoth Cave. .A, June 1886, and after due consideration -
the chairmen of the different delegations, Adkin's left wrist and entering his left X ? WHICH IT MAY NOT RECOVER. adopted the following :
was appointed who, after due deliberation, breast. Almost simultaneously Adkins AN experiment to test the jspeed of WASHINGTON,'July:,27.-The River The Conservative Democratic partyof

reported the following delegates present en- pulled the trigger of his gun, and as the opponents the swallow's flight has been madeat and Harbor bill received a blow in the Second Congressional Districtis

titled to seats in the Convention : were only about six feet apart by Pavia, in Italy. Two hen birds the House to-day from which it
Precinct No. 1-James T. O'Neill, Charles that time, the charge tore out nearly the were taken from their broods carried may I. hereby called to assemble in Con-
not Mr. Willis submitted
Leggett, M.E. Hunt. Charles H. Berg, H. J. whole left aide of Blackstone's face. Ad- recover. vention at Ocala, in Marion county,
Baker J. A. Ellermann, C. H.Whitner. kins then turned to retrace his steps, but to Milan, and there released'at a the report of the conference committee on Wednesday'the; 4th day of Au-

Precinct No. 2-G. R. Swann. before he had taken six steps he dropped given hour. Both got back to their who: have had this bill under gust, A. D. 1886, at 12 o'clock m., for

Precinct No. 3-Isidore O'Neill. dead. nests in thirteen minutes, which consideration, to the effect that they the of
No. 4-Not represented. Sheriff Ellermann was notified and went purpose nominating a candi-
Precinct <
their rate of speed at eighty-
gave had been unable to He then
Precinct No. 5-W. W. Farmer. out on the morning train, and, with Justice agree. date to represent: the Second Con-
Precinct No. 6-J. Owens, J. H. Stewart, Jones, held a coroner's inquest, the jury seven and a half miles an hour. offered, in succession, resolutions di- gressional District of,Florida in the

R. P. Carleton. finding that they had come to their death at RANDALL VAUGHN, of Paulding, recting the House conferees of the Fiftieth Congress ,of the United

Precinct No. 7-Not represented. the hands of each other. Ga., was wounded in the battle of next conference to insist on striking States and 'to' transact such other
D. A. Both of the unfortunate had families ,
8-W. W. men
Precinct No. McCully,
Waynesboro in 1864. A rifle bullet from the Senate amendment the
I business
Dyal. dependent upon them for support, who are as may legitimately come
Precinct No. 9-B. G. Dyal, N. S. Up- left in almost destitute circumstances. entered his body between the .breastbone three canals which had been, en- before it. '

church, H. C. Pickett, E. Harrison, J. J. ADVANTAGES and the point of the heart., grafted on it-the Portage Lake and The several counties in the districtare

Upchurch, F. C. Higginbotham, H. V. AMELIA AND CITY--ITS PROSPECTS. Four years ago an abscess formed in Lake Superior, the Sturgeon Bay requested'to' send delegates to the

Wideman,J. Braddock,J. T. Albritton. miles the abdomen fourteen inches from. and Lake.Michigan andthe Henne- convention the
Precinct No., 10-J. B. Little. Amelia City is situated five on following basis :

Precinct No. 11-A. Surrency.The south of Fernandina, one mile from where the ball entered,and the other., pin., After ,some debate these reso- .Alachna..18' Madison. ..............11
report of the committee was accepted.The day the ball was extracted fronktheabdomen lutions were adopted., Baker.. ..............:.. 3 Marion .................15
elected the ccean, on Suarez Bluff, Amelia Bradford......_.....10 Nassau................. 8 '
temporary Chairman was then River-the bluff being from eight to and Mr. Vaughn is Recov- The members of the. conference.. Brevard..3 Orange............_.....20
permanent Chairman, and Mr. M. E. Huntwas ering. committee that if'the House had Clay.................... 5 Putnam......... .....12
elected permanent Secretary, Mr. Wide- to ten feet above high water. The say Columbia............10 St.J oh ns............... 7 '
unable to act. and with FRENCH statistics just published stopped there they would have been Bade.................... 1 Sumter...............11
man being soil is very productive, a Duval............. ..20 Su wanee..l0Halnilton
After a good deal of discussion, the Con- good road to Fernandina and two contain alarming information Con- able to come to some agreement, but .............. 7 Volusia................ 9

vention finally settled upon the followingplan the good ones to the beach, it is one of cerning the increase of crime'amongthe the Hennepin people, maddened at The Executive Committees of the

District of Convention apportioning: Precinct the delegates No. 1 to, three the finest locations in the State. For children of both sexes. The demoralization the action of the friends of the Mississippi several counties will call Conventionsor

delegates; Precinct No. 9, two delegates ; health it has no equal in the South, of the young idea has river, who voted against general mass-meetings of the

the balance of the county three delegates.The being surrounded by salt watertheocean evidently reached a point in France them, offered a resolution strikingout Democratic voters, as each Committee -
Fernandina and Callahan delegationswere which demands the serious attentionof the Mississippi River Comm
dele- on one side and Amelia Riveron may. deem best to promote harmony ;OJ
permitted to nominate their own
all interested in the future welfareof sion clause, and after this a resolution -
gates, while the rest of the county selectedthe the other-with no swamps or and secure a fair representation .,ill
balance. stagnant water near it. The new the country. The 'number of 'was offered striking out the Potomac of,_sentiment and ehoicc_oL ;?i

Tbe following are the delegates appointedin road to Fernandin will;be the makiCgnBTnouPTiliuicrqffe fendersaugmented, un e!.)6 years. .of_l I. thrs i ; 5which';:r+'latsrtpprmpriatioti. : .tbOt1G: r the':-p&ple, con ne fat .their, respective : V I 1

this'S .war EGL-r1: :-" 'ALTERNATES.. -.,...-. -- : ,''m kfnfi"n a 'from: 2,235; to ,5579for'boys ;; / :' ". :were. adopted: This: ,practi-' courthouses 'o Saturday,

,',.4 G. L. Baltzell, H. J. Baker, drive of ten or twelve miles on one and from 418 to '908 for, girls. cally settles'the fate of the bill.. *' the,24th y day of July next, and then

.c M. E. Hunt C. H. Whitner, of the finest roads in the State. Mr. From 16,to 21 )"earsof age the'number -, BURNED AT THE STAKE.. and there select delegates to repre-

James T. O'Neill, C. H. Leggett, W. F. Scott, to whom we are indebted of criminals has increased from 27.-A sent them in the District Convention.
, John Owens, J. Mizell, SAVANNAH, July horrible,
I H. Davis, D. A. Dyal, has used his time and influence, 5,936 to 20,489; for boys, and from, story trom the'lower end of Tatnall All good citizens who expect to

B. G. Dyal, J. J. Upchurch,. and, with a small appropriation, will 1,,839 for girls. The ratio of county has just reached this'city.' A abide, by the action of the Conven- .

H. C. Pickett, J. H.Jones, complete the work, so that-the drive crime among offenders under age has to tion and to support its nominees, '
woman engaged a
J. A. Surrency. T. J. Peterson.Mr. from Fernandina to Amelia City can therefore considerably more than negro prepare are cordially invited to participate in V
dinner for a colored picnic murdereda
Harrison, of Callahan, moved that .
be made in minutes with doubled during the, past five ''''' the primary meetings and
the delegates be instructed to cast their first thirty perfect years. young child which had been left{ in County
vote for Charles Dougherty.This safety; then one mile to the The statistics ,;register for the first her charge, cooked half the remains Conventions. *

was opposed by the Fernandina dele- beach and six miles on the beach to time'numerous cases of suicide committed and served it to the people.. The H. ROBINSON, Chm'n.
gation, who had been instructed to use their and one-and-a-half :by children. Attest C. H. JONES
City, found : Secretary.
influence to defeat any attempt to instructthe other half of the remains were
delegates. to Fernandina, making a drive of ANDREW CARNEGIE, the Pittsburg salted down in a barrel. The negroes
After quite an animated discussion, :Mr. twelve or fourteen miles that cannotbe manufacturer, states that during:last became perfectly frenzied on making. Remaining in the post-office of at Fernandina

Harrison's motion was lost.A excelled in the South. year 74,000 more tons of Bessemer the discovery and seized the woman Nassau county, Florida, :July '31st, 1886.

resolution the delegates was to then Ocala offered. go uninstructed and adoptedthat Quite a.number of fine vineyardsand I ,steel were produced in the United and burned her at the stake. The advertised Persons calling: for these letters must say ,

and untrammelled for any particular candi- fruit trees of all kinds are in a States than_ in Great Britain; that report appears to be authentic. Brooks, Genn McGeachy, James, 1
Benjamin, J W Johnson, Elcie Mrs
date, whereupon the Convention adjourned.. flourishing condition. more yards of carpet are made each Reduced Rates of Fare. Blake Sealie Janes, Richard H

I W. IF. Scott has al, grocery store, year'in Philadelphia and the vicinity For the Democratic Congressional Con- Bl Broddock ver, Samuel, G B Rev Marx Jones,,A W B M t
A Duel.
Deadly- and Mrs. .:Minnie Fithum has a store than in all England, Wales and ventions at Ocalaand: Brooksville, August4th Brown, A M Mongin,AnsonThowington

TWO CALLAHAN RAILROAD MEN KILLED IN AN: well filled with dry goods and fancy Scotland'; that the school libraries the Florida Railway & Navigation Co. Butter Coleman, Mary, J A Russell, Jos, -

ENCOUNTER LAST SATURDAY-THE articles. alone in this country contain 12,000- have named the following very;low round- Cook, Chas Ribha, T
PARTICULARS, ETC. trip rates from various,points on its line, as Colwell, Eliza Smith, Solomi :
Mrs. Smith Judd contemplates the 000 more books than allthe public follows: Davis, Willie R
Callahan was the scene of a most deadly :Williamsl\Iarr :
duel on Saturday last, which resulted in the building of a chapel in memory of libraries of Europe combined, and TO OCALA AND RETURN FROM "Darkins.Grant, Marv Nabey Willkson Ginnie

death of both of the participants.The her husband, who came here from; that all the State and city debts of Greenville.........$6 00 Archer...........$2 75 Washington, George
.......... ........ 65
history of the learned Live Oak 5 55 Anthony. Held for better direction Mr. Dainie
tragedy, as by Iowa on account of bad health and the 'Union added
a together, rating Lake City......... 4 80 Summerfield.... 7IacClenny. ,Dansie, Orange county Fla. '
representative of this
t, last, is substantially as paper follows on :Saturday E. A. settled on the bluff; but after a shortS them according to valuation of-property ) ........ 4 30 Panasoffkee..:.. 1 55. 8. T. RIDDELL, P. M.

Blackstone, formerly section master of the '1.y in his sunny home he was laid ;.do. not amount to one-fifth of Hart's Road...... 5 00 Leesburg.....:.. 1 65

Florida Railway & Navigation Company, away on Furnace Hill, that beinghis the city debt of Manchester,.'Eng- Starke......... ..... 2 70 Ellaville......... '5' 50 FERNANDINA BEACH !
who lives citizens'have Arredondo......... 2 30 Welborn .........:5 00
the railroad Callahan had '
on near choice. The since land or to one-tenth of the debt of
been playing cards on Friday evening last Citra:..................,lOO% ..- Sanderson ..... 4 70 -
with another party from the same neighbor- purchased the ground, naming it the Birmingham. Belleview .......... *>5 Fernandina... 5 35 THE NEW AND SPACIOUS '. .

hood, and had lost a small amount of, Judd cemetery,the chapel to be built. CAPTAIN J.UEBERWEG, of: the Red Wildwood......... 1 15 Jacksonville... 4 25Montclair.
t noney. ..._...... 1 60 'Lawtey-......... 3 00
Being under the ,influence of on one part.
Star 'Waeslarid which,
liquor the time he commenced to steamship ar- Madison............ 6 00 Gainesville...... 2 05 p. .vii: i.oi': : :
quarrel is '
running daily avegetable
with his companion and drewa, G.'H.'Henry ,rived at New York recently from Houston ........... 5 50 Hawthorne......160 .
finally pistol '
wagon to Fernandina,withgood that ............ Silver 25 Hotel Amelia
attempting to shoot him. J. C. Adkins, Antwerp, reports during a re- Olustee. 4 75 Springs. adjoining the Strathmore on.

a car inspector of the Savannah, Florida & 'success.Two cent,passage his vessel had a strange Baldwin:........... .3 85 Oxford............ 95 Beach, is now completed, and
Western Railway and city marshal of Callahan or three parties are success- experience' with whale.. At 1 Callahan.:.......... 4'25 i St. Catherine... 2 00 .
who p. ,Highland ......... 3 25 Tavares........... 2 15 '
happened to be near, interferedand in the poultry busi- THE PUBLIC.
engaged OPEN TO
took the pistol from Blackstone. 'In fully m. on.July 4, when about 250 miles Waldo............... 2 20 Orlando.....;.... 3 75 I- II
1 doing ,ness, making quick sales at good west of the Islands the officer FROM
so he tore the latter's coat. Black- .Scilly TO BBOOKBVI1-LE AND RETURN
stone was then carried before Justice Sam D. prices. charge of'the deck observed that'the 'Junction.$7 10 'Midwayi.$6; 50 Commodious Bath House Attached

Jones, of Callahan, who fined him two dollars With ,every facility for 'boating, vessel was,,not making her,usual Tallahassee......;..:6.50 Lloyd.....;...... 6 00
and costs and Monticello.........: 6 00> Aucilla.............6 00 -AWD-
him. returned the pistol to fishing and bathing, and plenty of, speed, although, the''wind was fair Quincy...........- 6 70 Bronson._...... 4 50 ,

Blackstone then swore that he would game for all ; with truck gardening and the sea'smooth. The' lookoutsoon Cbaires! ............_ 6 00 Cedar Key..... 5 00 BATHING SUITS TO LET.

Have satisfaction out of Adkins. The was informed land there is in the i State and at rates for and all others
of this fact, and-the former as. These are
immense fish was lying across thevessel's Refreshments Served at the Stand F
Having the reputation of being a desperateman reasonable prices ; 'with ,'direct p. who may wish to attend these conventions

Adkins armed himself with a single- ments from Fernandina; .New York, stem and impeding her progress. :Information as to proper, trains to take, .. ,,.. e. ..
barrelled shot-gun. Nothing, however oc- ,Boston; and all points east and Westno Captain Ueberweg ordered connections; etc., can be obtained of any of #55*:Parties'desiring to'engagethe: :Pavilion -
curred on Friday night. transfers, no delays; and saving. the ship to be stopped. She then the company's:agents at the stations named.' .' .
On Saturday : these the for HOPS, PICNICS, EXCURSIONS,
morning it was Adkin's duty in freights; are advantageswe backed and brown
to inspect the claim and,with them aided away, a great -For.Rent. *
car wheels of the southbound : by a ; 'can make arrangements. by addressing
: ,
mass evidently a whale fully 70 recently occupied-by Funke's 1
store "
passenger train, which'arrives at Callahan : little Northern enterprise, we expect The .- L.-
about ,feet in seenin the water Dry Goods Emporium, on.Centre street. ,.J.. INT.. KING, ..
half past seven., He went to to'see one of the finest cities in the length, was' I G. STARK. !,'
hIS duty armed with the:gun and began' South. AMELIA. under the lee bow. After clearing Fernandina, Fla.,'May.14th,.1886... < :.. .:-". :": ..: j. .Fernandina'Fla.; .



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: ilJ',4':., %2 THE FLORIDA MIRROR:-. JULY 31, 1886.wr ,ar..'*< T ', ''J. ...
BETTER TfflNl ?.'; ,; \, I I wouldn' hate ltLd"fme tcHct asmodel ject, Lttrould' name ti her?'' TKe,:Bonriie'; I,muph affaiifl 4;Snd so I saichnothfng'about :"I held ne-;.. before, was gone. Was it my-
,, & Elsie ; : J' that.*' "V't disordered
' \ i- ; I I ; :i | j jBut imagination which mademe
Better to smell the violet cool than sip:the of I had That uld'nev.r dpj: I thought:in a all at:' rush a whirl and; had
wine ,, '" ..' ,Spiteof my want beauty, *, w: ; ; once a thinks something happened
f Better glowing to hark a hidden; ,brook' than watch* a ;two lads came courting"me, and'Willie minute, it.would be all ,over the placeat a roar caused;'me,to scream$bit as a: -wI ich.s nds perfectly( incredible?
.' diamond shine. Lisle was the one I favored. Edam once that Edam Carr had called his I' squall struck ouriittle craft and madeit It was getting too dark to distin-

Better the love of,a gentle heart than beau- (Adam) Carr was too much of, myown b.oat after,Elsie,. Wilson, and.( that she, heel over, wetting me to the skin at guish plainly, but, surely, that was
ty's favor proud. temper for me, too gloomy ; I was was "off with the old love and on with the same time. As'a matter of fact,' 'Edam-'CarrVbig1: : form I saw, at the
Better the rose's living seed, than roses in a afraid of him, had the same sort of the new."' we'fisher: lassies are not at all brave other end of the b_ oat;stooping over a

,. crowd.. '. mistrust of himthat, .Lhad.of, the sea, "Xou.musn't: : dp that: '," I .demurredas upon the sea, though it may be almostour coil of rope. '
"Better- to live in loneliness thanto' bask in and perhaps a little of the same idea gently as I.could? ; ther 's prettier .native element! There' 'are 'very' Then who-was themanbusied with
-, "love the*all fountain day; .in .the heart" than the of his power over me. names.and lasses, too, for that "matter; few Grace Darlings among us Indeed, ,.the the centre of it ?
Better fountain by the way.. But,Willie, 'with his bonnie yellow in theplace; !" we hardly ever:venture, into a,boat at .We, were"shut off from all human
curls and his blue'eyes, and his sunny His.face' changed for the,worse in a all. 'So it is not' to be wondered at help there .in'the midst of a howl n*
Better.alone be at fed'will by another's hand than eat smile, what girl could have resisted moment,,and an angry light blazed In that my courage, should fail utterly tempest and yet"some one, had managed -
Better to trust in;God than say, "My goods him ? ,He brought his brightness into his eyes. when we began to ship heavy"seas. to.come''on .board, 'and evidently
t J -ray: storehouse fill." my life, and it seemed to go out like I'm not, to heve :yer name, then, Oh, take me home, Edam, ,or: I to give us his assistance. No other
Better to be a: little wise, than in knowledge the sun beneath',cloud on the day'he forbye yerself?" know we'll never win back"at'all !1" vessel could'possibly have approached
.('. 'to abound; sailed''' in' the Rowena, bound' for China wouldn't do, Edam; folks would But.he took no notice' more' than to I us while my 'eyes were shut, certainly
Better to teach a child than toil to fill perfection's and the East Indies, from the Tyne. talk, and-an'd Willie might be vexed," put things right and tight in a skillful I not without my hearing it. Where,
, T. round. All our most energetic and enterprising I went' hesitatingly.' What a coward way I could riot but .admire however then, had this stranger come from?
Better to sit at a master's feet than thrill a young men become sailors,if I was to be sure It was with the angry,began, to feel toward, him. All these thoughts flashed throughmy
q Better listening State that'; thou art proud than be they do not feel satisfied, be fisher- greatest difficultyin; the world Are you never' going .ito turn, mind but at ,the time I was too
!r sure suspect that thou art great. men as their'fathers before them. It agecT'to bring out my real .objection. Edam Carr?" I broke out at last. stupefied to wonder much. My faculties
never seems 'to' enter into any their And yet I was so proud of being Wil- A.suspicion which .I had often heard seemed dulled,an'd I could neither
; I Better to walk the road unseen than watch heads that there are other means of lie's sweetheart. breathed in the village came back to suffer nor fear any more. I simply
the hour's'event
Better the Well done; at the last than the livelihood than these too callings. ".He's 'not yer man yet that he me then, and I trembled, for our lives. waited for the end. I. could see dimly
air'with shouting rent. ,They; cannot tear themselves away should mind," Edam replied sulkily, They said, "Edam Carr was gettin' the sharp"ri4g of rocks we were near-
t Better to have than hurrying from the sea altogether, however they and.then, under his breath, :Maybe he the same queer look his feyther had ing, and from which nothing short of a
: delight; a quiet grief a may abuse it: They inhale its salt never will be, either' ; afore, he went out of his head and miracle ,now could keep us.
Better the: twilight, of the dawn than the breeze with their earliest breaths, its I heard the end of the sentence, lowas drowned hisself and remembering But this miracle did take place.
a noonday burning eri ht. foam and spray beat on them, until it' it was muttered. this and the few words his mother had All at once our course changed and
,Better a death when work is done than becomes part of them, as it were, and An' what's to hinder, if we're bothof whispered, I inclined to think he was the boat, turned from its dangerous
earth's most favored birth ; they are as much creatures of the one mind about it ?"I said sharply, mad at times.. When I spoke he way. Then, and not till then, did
rj :Better a child of all in the God's earth.great house' than the waves as the fishes that swim beneathor losing,my temper a bit at his obstinacy.. laughed out loud. It was the first Edam seem to awaken to the knowl-
t king the'gulls that'float above. So'if was "'WHo knows ?'' 'He' might get a time that I had ever heard him laugh, edge that he was no longer managing!
THE RIBS OF DEATH." that when Willie grew discontentedwith wife where he's'' gone, and he might and it gave me an.odd,feeling. affairs. With a sudden oath he started
1 his ,earnings as a fisherman he never come back at all."- > So you're afraid, my bonnie Elsie ? up and crept forward. '
i, Three months before I was born my make more money, in Dye: want to quarrel wi'me' It's a long timesince'you and I wereas When he got to the figure standing
'father's boat went down in a sudden the hope of wedding me the sooner. Edam' much alone together as we are now, with its back toward him I saw him
' squall within sight of home and of "I was not strong enough for a No, no, Elsie, we winna quarrel," nothing'but the boat that holds us two raise his arm to thrust it aside. Then
; my mother, whowith,: the rest of the fisherman's wife,'" he said, and he he said at once. "I'm a bit queer in I on,all thai world 6'water!!1.Eh, but slowly, slowly, it turned and looked
.,, fishermen's wives, awaited the landingof hoped to .be able to keep me like a the temper, but I wouldn't like to vex : it's'fine ,to.have" you all, to' mysel' like him straighten; the face.
the littlefleet. lady.!" Just as if ,I cared you." this !1" He cried out avidly; God help me,
o Perhaps this was the reason I had Though I was small I was not deli- 11 I'm goin' to try th'new boat ; will Are you mad ?" I exclaimed, my for I'm mad now, any way !I" and,
r such an instinctive horror and dread cate, and I could, and indeed did ye )venture out wi'me, lassie?" .he'went: thought taking words all unconsciously throwing up his arms, he leaped over
:. of the sea, even while it fascinatedand carry the creel, as well as the best of quietly; after moment. > board into the seething water.I .
drew me to it in its stormiest them. For my mother married again, I did not know what to say. It Edam laughed again,-that horrible, watched him strike out when he
moods. It was a queer feeling that and when she died there were more would not be wise to offend him more cruel laugh which had no mirth in it. rose, but I was too paralyzed to scream
possessed me. When away from the little mouths to fill, and no one; but than I. had been unlucky enough ,to do :Maybe. Sometimes I think I am even. He had not a chance in that
sight and sound of the breakers I was me to do it ; for their father was a already. There was no harm 'in sail- myself/but. if I am, it's for love o' terrible sea, but was thrown like a bit
t restless and unquiet, near them I was lazy, drunken good-for-nothing, who ing out a mile or:so, providing he of floating weed upon the very rocks
t awed and melancholy, but some craving fell over the cliff one night when he would promise to bring me back then. you.His eyes were so.bright and so wildI he had been steering for, clung there a
jj I of my nature was satisfied, and I was rolling home from the Old Ship But, could I trust him ? His mother, could not bear to, look at them, and moment, only to be swept back by the
was comparatively calm. I believe ,Inn," and did no good after. Luckyfor old Nannie Carr, had come up whilewe his hand, as he took hold of mine, return of the waves. I saw this in
r1s many of our people, who are intensely them and forme, though it sounds ; were speaking, and she took partwith burned with fever. the last lurid streak of light which
rt t 'superstitious, looked 'upon 'me 'as queer to say it, he did not livelong to him. For mercy's sake, Edam, take flashed across the water before the
'doomed in consequence of this. The be:) a burden ;'but' we had some hard ;:-It's-not'much'to ask ye, Elsie, and care If ye don't.mind we'll be both night came, and. in it were shown at
: ..sea always swallows.what it gets hold' times now and1 then, when the weather it'll plase him ever so He's gey in the water." last the features of my strange com-
4 r '.L of," they said among themselves, with was rough arid there was no fish to queer to do we' just now, lassie," she.said. "An' what o' that? At any rate : panion. Was it all a dream? I did
/ -. sorfowfuP t lism--'Ve can hardly:, sell. Pnly.for the bairns I.wollld have, :' i.det me, i if ye' can humor we'll drown together, arid ye'll never not know even then, nor did I feel
;- 'help being superstitious and gloomy' 'been:) housemaid at ,the vicarage; fox *-rum a"b'it yemight for-:'ma salve." +> ..belorig-to-auotherjnan' I afraid, but as those eyes met mine a
"pwe who are born and reared in Caller- which :Miss Ashford had'' me Trained I ,She'was, a kind neighbor, .and often clasped my=hands tin- anT agony"of : thrilrrarrthrough me,.mnd4:Qs. \a. into
41 mouth. Nature is so stern in her before,mother'died; but I could/ earn 'the bairns got a dinner'froni.her. when terror. Oh; what a fool, -I. had been unconsciousness. Late that nighu
,moods and so cruel in her way of expressing more money doing as and .I. wag.a way, so I,did to refuse not to have.guessed; what night hap- when some of the men went down to
S-'I"1 them. look after the little ones at the same her. If. she saw no- harm tin, it, who pen !, I thought of the poor bairns at see that their boats were secure, they t
.1. :Miss Ashford, our vicar's daughter,. :tiine.I else would'dare to talk. ? home: waiting for me ,now to give them found Edam Carr's new boat safely
.., 4'is 'very"cross with me for saying things The men favored me in the matter, Still I hesitated. 'their suppers, arid hear prayers 'and drawn up on the beach and me lyingin
I ., like 'this, but I cannot help' thinking of fish, because they thought I had a D'ye think it's1 safe ? 'The sea has tuck them up in their beds, and the it in a dead faint.
"that even she feels them ,to be true I stiffish. hill to climb, and I will say been callin off-and on all the day. tears, rolled down my cheeks at the After that came a time of dull,
I .S .sometimes during the long and stormy'winters that nobody was kinder than Edam: Listen !I" > I thought of how long they might haveto stupid misery to me. I could never
on this northeast coast of ours. (Carr I believe he was really fond'of And in the hush which,so often pre- wait. answer questions nor give any accountof very kind and good, and as she me,. and I often reproached myself cedes a gale we could distinctly hear Oh, Edam, I didn't think ye couldbe that dreadful evening, save that
is always busy working among us, perhaps that I could not help shrinking from that strange moaning about,'which 'we so cruel !I" I said between my'sobs. Edam Carr had gone mad and jumped
:I that helpsher! through. It was him. But I was not alone .;in that always say The sea is calling." 'But even the tears failed to move.him. overboard, and had been dashed
she who taught to write and dread. They called him Black Edam threw a quick'' glance alongthe You have been cruel enough to me against the "Ribs of Death," and thatI
put sentences together so as to make 'Edam (for nickname, because he horizon. ---it'smy: turn now," he answered sullenly fainted when this happened and
this story intelligible, and it was she looked so grim and,dour. None of.the "It'll blow hard afore morn, but ns he altered the sail. knew no more. But then, how had -
who wished me to write it.Vhy, I men exchanged greetings with him there's time enough to be out and in By this time 'the lurid gleam had,. the boat been brought into port ? they
1' do not know. When I told it to her when he stalked alone past their again for all that." almost died out from the sky and all asked. My story was proved true by
first I hardly expected her, to believe friendly groups ; nor did any of the There was something in the, tone was dark around us. The wind was poor Edam's body being washed ashore
,4 it, but she did, and helped'me throughthe girls laugh and joke with him. Withone which made me doubtful, but I did blowing strongly and hurrying the two days after. For long the people
bad time which I had after-but consent he was left alone. not want to seem a coward, so before masses of clouds across the heavens at looked at me strangely. Their super-
L that'must'bide.until to it. Well, you see, here was a bond of long we'were out on the open sea tacking headlong speed, and tearing at the 'stition made them regard me now as
,i Callermouth is only a cluster of cot- union between us in his eyes. They and turning to' catch the breeze. water until the air and the waves uncanny"arid'shun me as something
tages around a little harbor, with a looked on me as one doomed.and on There' was more of that further out mingled in one wild fray. How our they could not account for. Besides,
pier and life-boathouse below. Abouta him as one unlucky .unhappy-which than on shore, but still not' enough to little boat lived at all in ,such a storm instead of the sea claiming its victim,
mile to the north is the ugly sharp means the same to them. "It's no use send us:: aloe merrilv.- although the is more than I can understand.: In the as they expected it to do,'I. had been
- ridge of rocks which bears the significant fightin' fate, Elsie," he would say, look- new boat was light and swift and easy hands of a less experienced boatmanwe miraculously saved from it.
name of the Ribs of Death." ing down at me with his great gloomyeyes to manage as any boat could well be, should have been lost'in -no time. I often wonder I did not go mad
Many a fine vessel has struck and ; "we were made for one another, 'and skimmed the'waves like a bird. Do have pity on me and the poor myself during that dreary time.
I ground her timbers to matchwood we too." "She's a bonnie one to goEdam,"? I little ones that have only me to look For I, :settled in my own mind
' many a poor clinging life has been But I used to shake my head and said after a ,little, but got no reply. to, Edam-dear Edam !1" clearly enough how it was. I should
washed off those fatal ribs. They dot run away, though I dared not offend da.m"sat with his eyes fixed upon ,the, Ay, it's dear Edam now you're in never see my bonnie sweetheart more. '
,1; say that in the old times many a ship him by contradicting him otherwise.He distant sky, 'and I could see he 'was my power, but how'long would it last I had not a doubt that he was dead,
", I' was lured there to its destruction? too ; got grimmer and blacker as time thinking something over very' deeply.I if I let you win'safe to land ? Elsie, and that my cry for help had broughthim
1 i but 'I can scarce' believe the grand- went on, and I1'did,not forget my Willie 'followed the direction of his eyes, i if you'll say ''you'll be ma wife I'llma'ke in the spirit to my assistance.
i I fathers of our brave fellows, who lived as perhaps Edam hoped 'I should... and did, not like, the; prospect.', A for shore this minute-if not "- For awhile, I nursed my sullen griefin
1 i i by and on the waters just as now, The weather was uncertain ''that,. gleam of sickly yellow light .lay lowdown "What then ?" I faltered. silence ;, but at last Miss Ashford
'I i could be inhuman enough to trade autumn, and there was little dependence 'to the water, but above that I'll run us straight on to the Ribs kindness broke down the barrier, andI
j upon the danger and deaths of fellow- on the fish. Some days the boats were piled, masses of heavy 'gray o' Death," and there'll be an end told her everything. Only for that,
i mariners. Only I must say that even were hot off at,all, some days they had clouds, 'without a break save in one on't !" and because she did not laugh at me,
1 yet, while any one of our' men 'would no fish when they landed. 'I got work: place, where it was as though a mighty What was Ito/ do? I tried to be but believed that I spoke the truth,I
l risk his life without thinking twice where I could, but those'three monthsat hand had pushed them aside to makea false to Willie for the sake of dear should have lost my senses or my life
tll about it to save another, he wouldn't, :home took a lot of satisfying, and I space for. the tempest to 'break life, but it'was no use. I couldn't.get for the'secret was killing me.
1 have any very definite ideas on the often went to bed hungry and cold through. All around this space was out the words which would make me Truly there are strange mysterieswe :
! laws of salvage. along with,them. hurry and confusion; .while:the rest of so If I'must die I must, and there cannot hope to revealed in this
i : I was not a comely lass in the esti- One afternoon I was wandering" the sky was sullen and quiet. Far 'wa"s no help for :it ; but, oh it' was life," she said solemnly.*Hast thou,

x mation of the village critics. In fact, rather disconsolately on the, beach, ,out, the sickly gleam on, :the horizonwas hard, while the young' ,blood flowed which'art but air, a touch, a feeling ol
. when I saw my little white face, with feeling low. and hopeless, wishing for, repeated on 'a gray green sea ; quick and warm in my-veins, to be' their afflictions?' I would try 'not to
: :its big'dark'dim, look- Willie, and better when into think much about it Elsie and
days, Edam, nearer, the dark waves were beginningto plunged.headlong eternity.I too ;
1. ing-glass! which hung over the mantelpiece who.was.busy in his boat,.called. to me' show tops of ''white: gave' ne'loud, despairing cry. don't give way to despair, above all!;
:' in our front room, and compared as.I passed by. I did ,not,like:the prospect, nor ,did Oh, Willie, Willie can you not Think how the little ones need yoa-
; it with that of Bell Carr,'our biggest "Elsie, come here and,tell me what .I like the'.notion of being out thereon, hear, me, my sweetheart, my darling ? It was all very well to talk, and I
J t; and best-looking girl, I used to feel you think o' my boat," he cried in a that angry-looking waste of waters at If you were only by I.know, you couldsave ,did,try honestly ; but I couldn't help
,; very small and insignificant She.was more cheery voice than usual, and, the mercy of Edam, Carr and hiacaprices. me. It's for your sake I die, thinking of my, boy during the long
;, t' a true fisher lass, tall and strongly glad to be good-natured when I could, Willie ; but I love .you so, I love you dreary winter nights, after the children
, made, with a swinging walk and saucysmile I stopped and admired the.fine new Don't you think we should go back so !t" _" had gone to bed,'and I was, left alone
: and a ready word for every one, boat he had just bought with the now, Edam?" I asked timidly ; "it Then die, Elsie, for ye shall never by the glimmering firelight. Then the
,J gentle"or simple. The artists who money an uncle had left him does not look over well out. yonder," be his 'wife !I" tears would come," and, oh it felt so
'j came here sometimes to paint us' in our But you've got no name for her," I and I pointed'to the far sea.. I sank down ,in the bottom of the lonely, and life so sad wanting him:
! characteristic blue flannels always selected said at last; what are you going to Leave that to me, 'Elsie, ma dar- boat and closed my eyes.I- could not I was'sitting thus one night, leaning
t her'and passed me over. 1 was call her?" the
lin. look at my'death, though knew now my cheek upon my hand, and
i ; not. a type and she was, they said! That'depends on you," he replied, He had no right to call me his dar- it must come. A dull stupor crept stocking I was knitting for one.of the
1 ... .i A.5 efI l, was glad of it, for Willie looking up'quickly,; "if ye don't ob. ling, but I was beginning to be very over me, and the agony of fear which bairns had fallen upon the floor while
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I gazed i inl6-tbe.dyjn0emberSj; How at Southern 9.30 a, m.;mail arrives for at Jacksonville'4 p. m. and .the ==siits"-'.-::.*3::?V f"3" .1 '., "., /: .., I '..".. '..::... .,. ,. .....,."-. ". .,'.. :dt ..:,.>.<.'.. .p, .:EI.. AUSTIN:: : : =

long I-': sate I:' know nt, Btit :;j5u3 enly, St. John's river closes / SIcKp ,' ,
at 6.30 and 2 "
a:m p. \. ; : 1 tj f; ": ) t. r.' '.}f :':' :
the coals :fell together:;'and' foreci< up m.; arrives at 11 a. m. and ,6.10p... m., ', C '"S .!2.. -.::; ::; ;' > MAXrFACTUKER OF .
into a blaze,:and there J bn 3tHeother ":'1"1 d5 : :;I =- ,' )1" '1-z. ',",,?*f f' V.iJJli ..>.i: : '. ..<:': p 1 ; Tin Sheet-Iron; Ware
side of the beartb1-stpodv' Willle'', inyYillie SOCIETIES. n="o'.:=..-c- U \ G, rf....., h &f ;
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\ ; I lauahin' 'down at jne. br ;; Amelia F/. &A. LodgeNo. 47 i
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screamed and"P9Vered ; -< .. C OOE X T
: my yes. Monday on'or 'ITore"fuU-moon!! Lodge ,.J.;. -:: ;_; :..:.,_ .. .,'tt &n SZOVSL:
I dared'1seemed I con- rOODl'sontheast cojner.Brooiue ands.Second =- -rJ; -:=_ I-j- .. !' /'H t>! big. >> ,icr .! i" :. ,' .' ar!;,.::n' ., ,

firmation d't'i iny"wpr" ; but in a: streets, second floor. ow w ... -, : {
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round :Chapter; R..A. M, meets 'Thursday .g 3 C 573 to=: ;;"W1t... <.rIt, <" ; i! J,>it .
moment wjirmjipvingggrfe> ; were .,, following.the regular. communications oc _. ce I..211j.. : : 5. 'r:; :: t -<, ,
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mv ., .l'; !asped o f Amelia Lodger w e* .H.... : : !! ,. :, :: I> : ; }" .

strongly bat.ingJj ert.;:!;J ) reeap9pk.. Lodge, No. 25.65.x. of H., c._ :;..'::."S't:::; ;.d,'w. fbEHlkr-: .".,. '.It" '" f r
Sweets theit-rooms I : : -8. .'
at on ThIrd street, first ,1UJU;! : : ,
WhyTVtat.a{lll h/tljep} sweetheart?, and third in each month. .Q 0 : t < -. i. '" '. -::,: -' -
Tuesday nights
:! a 1 == pa >" ". -, ... ...., '.. 1". ,
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One would av'yAuVhijeett' a ghost. pone:"de" Leon'Council; No. 922, A.: L: of ;-0 3"a ::.= Q1 t >\ ,'" U'' ." :'."'jtJ'f. .t."

did not'tfJr"hLfa..1mn that I had sHTneets4'At their rooms, ,01 Third 'street, Z" :- '. :::- ,:. ',.. ., .
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hin fon.onej 'tCEe < ::.O-CIJ.. .... r
taken < tearsfwerecharged month. .* ClJQn- ; ., "': : :' ; :,.' I
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y at and :: :: : $ ;}
into"tea34i..ot. j Q9 G. U.00L FJ (colored)-Regular comraunicationjjrskJFjSdayin "-< .. r ;
& each month. .Lecture : a QUJ -to:! ."t','c' '., ,, ', ..' '
the.-.wortd seemed,bright ahd now -. ;: ; oC a \ ; !! r : ,; :< L) ;' .

WiUie'fas.6af atome.|'!{t f&A1fen '! and Degree meeting third Friday in ,. .c.....,..> e;, f to '.' ,
.montdtat GoodTemplar's Hall. c t"' > .
? every .... t3j ; ...
:\I fduJi tell-Eimf. tlas; what; Yonng Benevolent Society (colored),Teru- .5.' .-ilc'"Sn....n ._.. 2 .a (Ji ,.
had caused*Wiauch&nisery he only .'perai.nce'' Hall, Centre street. near '..Tenth .1-1. OCIJQ= 0 \, "f :,l ; t.I
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laughed,nand..said.I .must have<<;, let my, ;; *. '*O * imaglna lonrunawap t: : tvl Ji; e.1 But r*5 .C \.
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he acknowledged HcHaviiD': /.;; 1Igtd a =- C COOKL G{ UTEXSlLSlfAnrKR'DSrLIFT )
troubled.dream;in" wnicli''I''called on liSt Peter's Episcopal Church, Centre street -C..... IEoaz ; i. 0 Y

him- for help,-thoughshel I alwa 1: declares corner Eighth-Services on Sundays at 11 ,:: .; 0 n'"ShoI:;I Z AND FORCE PUMPS,

he cannot rememBer'Rl1ytbmg 'al'tri.V: ; Sunday-school'at 3 p.'m.Fjrst _- .. O ::, Q L4 '
Church, Sixth street -c- '.', WROUGHT-IFON PIPES.
: Presbyterian r: asp := ny ,
about it. i' V :! .
more } between Centre and Alachua-No servicesat 'O.r.- .
I never look at the'" Ribs of Death present. Sunday-school at 9 a. in.; prayer .-.. ,.0 1 .,... .a... DRIVEN-WELLS SPECIALTY:

without a shudderand a sigh for poorrEdam's meeting Thursday evening,'7.30 o'clock. .. :"=:.o j Q crro 0 :7w ; 1
( Southern. E. Church Broome street :: : AND IRON HOOFS PUT ON.
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death, Sixth' 'services n -=
corner of -Sunday at 11 a.'m. rJO': ;> for Tin Gutters promptly filled
will persuade me that I was not_saved -and, 7r30.p.:; :m.; Sunday-school ;at; 3' p. ,m.. ; Ijno-r-: ". _i.9V N Wind Mills for pumping water or running
from sharing his fate by supernatural prayer meeting Wednesday evening, 7.30. ? = rJ.:.:: W light machinery promptly erected on order.

assistance. But I do not insist it t ..Catholic. Church corner of Bropme and ; z Church, Factory and School Bells for sale
upon Fourth streets -Sundays, mass at 10 a. m. '., 1 at a bargain.
with Willie,-for he does not"like"me to and vespers arid benediction, of(the Blessed : $&r-Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
talk about it. He wants my life to be, Sacrament at 7.30 p. hi.; during the week, ,.JO:7: ::" "() '.l,1i:;.> J.J' ;;. ;<..<; 'r"' ;' I All goods delivered at the various trans-
and full of and joy and !mass at 6.30 a.. m;. J r. -fi r portation stations within the city free' of
sunny hope ; First Baptist Church: (colored), Ninth ,,;' ,j.' r'.l!!: rtMt\ H: 1':" .."''f? > charge.: *.All sales for cash. ,
and does his best to make it so'notiv '' :
love, 'street;; near Cent ='Services every'''Sunday CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS..
that I am his vfiieBclgravia.. ,at 11 a, m. and 8p.m. .' ., :, ;'I.'t.':"- .7 ; t ". ;
y Fernandina Fla, July 12,
t'I-:; \ h'f f* :* JAi. Zion 'Baptist Church (colored), corner of I
,C ntre. and. Tenth, streets-:.Services: every "' .. 4ESTAI3IItSHED 0. : : ." '. -',' s;.
LCITY DIRECTORYCITY 'Sunday at 11 a. m. and 3 p: m.' .
to African Methodist Church (colored), Beech : '1875JDRUGS r ... l .;>:...,". ., ., ,:,.....j.. .j. .1,-" ..0 ..,.,,

GOVERNMENT.. 'street, hear Seventh:-Services every Sunday '-- ,' .' .!.... ","i I.'...,1.. ,
.at 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. "- $,,11 .,,*.,r." i. '':' !J,-. ..!.]f.
Northern' M. E. Church (colored), Ash '. .. .. \ .
Mayor-James McGiffin. Office on Third; MEDICINES Sum: viw! T K&w 14 jfc; '> d
street near Seventh-Services every.Sunday : j
Alachua land Broome.Marshal ; I. '*'
street, between Morris. ( at 11 a. m. and 3 p, m. rL) :;: ;*., '. <: it-\'.".:i':--i"* '- "C
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Clerk-George E. Wolff Office at Whit- HORSEY & CO.

Dt>r & ) 'S.AssessorJohn. HOTELS.IN ',),."! ';-H.... ;:...q' n} #.Ph.: '

Collector-Oliver Stays.S.Oakes. Office at E. 0. z .. ;! J., ,.i1 '

Friend's store, northwest comer of Centre: THE CITY. =I PHARMACISTS 1=
and Third streets.TreasurerThomas. Egmont Hotel, Seventh and Beech streets 0 THE FLORIDA
Kydd. Office north- -Open from'December 1st to May 1st:

of Centre and Third streets. Mansion House, corner Third and Broome T ''
east corner !
Centre Street, rj OWN IMPROVEMENT
streets-Open all the year.
Board of Aldermen-G. F., Avery, Presi- L'I COMPANY'
dent; G. Stark; 1L:E. Robinson;!Wi. Dorsey, Tourist Hotel Broome street, between
Reuben Walker, MacDonald, R. Wilkerson Fourth and Fifth-Open all the year. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, > .
Charles H. .. Florida House, Third street, between Cen- Fernandina,
P. Kelly, Berg. Q
tre and Ash-Open all the year. constantly on hand a fine assort-
committees of the Council : KEEP
Standing of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN Id Towns on R. R. Line.
On Finance ; on Laws and Ordinances ; on BEACH RESORTS. and DOMESTIC H I gH 1
Rules; on Printing ; on Taxes and Licenses: ,
G. Stark, Chairman, Aldermen Berg and The Strathmore-Open from June 1st to And Cedar Key.

.Robinson. November 1st. Drugs _and, : Chemicals, ,, a
On Streets and Drains ; on Public Im- Atlantic Pavilion-Open all the year N

proven) nt.R;,, on letups and Lighting .Ocean House-:;0pen all the year. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
Streets: ;' on City, Property; on Scavenger | HSf Offers to Lessees and 'Purchasers a.large
Work : P. Kelly, Chairman, Aldermen Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
Stark and Robinson. LIVERY STABLES. number of the most eligible and desirable
t On Fire Department; on Police: CharlesH. FINE TOILET' ARTICLES .

Berg, Chairman, Aldermen Walker and Egmont Livery and Sale Stables, corner S! Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or- for
Wilkerson.On Beech and Fourth streets-G. F. Avery, proprietor ou
Poor; on Cemetery ; on Wharves and PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.; B City or Suburban Residences,
Slips: R. E. Robinson, Chairman, and Al- City Livery, Sale and Boarding Stables t
dermen Berg and Dorsey. corner Fourth and Alachua streets-P. I. UPON EASY TERMS. .
City Council meets first and third Wednesday Courter, proprietor. taH
in every month. f' 1f.B"' Physicians' Prescriptions Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
BOARD OF TRADE. : TELEGRAPH. reasonable prices. '
EXPRESS AND parties engaged in manufacturing or indue-
President-Wm. B. C. Duryee. :r ,
Vice-President-J. H. Prescott. W. R. Ste- 'i';;,1 : H rial who will
Southern Express Company, enterprises, erect on the property -
Secretary W. J. Woodward. phens, agent. Office in Duryee's building, i (4' 4t1
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Treasurer-John ? .f'
Hedges.-J??. 'a*cr e;B foot>of.Centre street. >Open from 8a. m. to purchased substantial improvements
Board of Governors-Fred W. Hoyt,Thos. 12 noon, and from 2 to 5 p. m. ,'. .' Ii j
... Kydd, Sam'l A. Swann, and the (IPresideut Telegraph office, railroad building, foot of ;" y for residence, or in which to conduct"their
and Vice-President. Beech street. Open daily except Sunday,
., Rooms over Dotterer's store soutb.west from 8 a. in. to 1 p. m., and from 2 to 6 p. m.; 'H business.
corner of Centre and Second streets. on Sunday, from 8 to 10.a. m., and from 7 ton < .

The Board meets every laftemoon. 8 r'' m._ ., I H INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -

An Ordinance Relating .t'o Sala- t 1
COUNTY OFFICERS. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. by exemption for a term.of year sfrom
ries of City Officers. '

IT ORDAINED. .BY THE CITY 0 taxation, offered by the several cities and
County Commissioners-Chas. W. Lewis, Beach trains leave Centre street depot, BE
chairman; Fernandina; Phineas Johnson, daily except Sunday, at 6.30 and 11.10 a. m., of the city of Fernandina,
Italia; J. J. Upchurch, Callahan ; T. J. Hig-; 2, 4.10, 6.20 and 7.30 p. m. Returning, leave that from and;after the passage of this Or- n _towns. Apply to ,
ginbotham, King's Ferry. Beach at 6.40 and '11.20 a. m., 2.15; 4.30, 6.30 dinance the following salaries shall be paidto CHAS. W. LEWIS,
The Commissioners meet the first Wednesday and 9 p. m.Sunday the officers of the city : Fernandina.

in every month. trains leave at 6.30 a. m.,' .10a. Mayor-$300 per annum and fees for: M JJiB'" Office, DurySe building (up stairs)
County Judge-Hinton J. Baker. m., 12 ra.,. 2, 3, 4.10,5 and 7.30 p. m., Re- issuing warrants for arrests, subpoenas or
County Clerk-J. A. Edwards. turning, leave Beach at 6.45 a. m., '10.20 a. other papers necessary for holding 'police corner Centre and First streJTNIVERSITY w

Sheriff John A. Ellermanh/ "' m., 12.30, 2.10, 3.30, 4.20, 6 and 9 p. m. court, as are allowed to State and county
Assessor-W. H. Garland. All trains stop at Seventh street, opposite officers, for like service.
Collector-Warren F. Scott. Office at E.0.; Egmont Hotel., Marshal:-$35 per month and such fees' for t

Friend's store, northwest corner of Centre Trains for all points North and West, Mid- making arrests, committing to jail, or for .,.. "
and Third streets. dle Florida, arid all Southern points, dailyat other service performed as are necessary to HU' .- '"
make his duties as marshal effective, as are .. ... .. .
Treasurer-Gustav Stark. Office at store, 10.10 a. m. and 4.10 p. m; arrive daily at "r'r H '. .ii' ., ..t"lc"1
allowed sheriffs .,. > >
southeast corner of Centre and Second. 11.10 a. m. and 4 p. m. to and constables the'count ::1.: ,q', ;

The offices of the County Commissioners; Trains for Jacksonville daily, except Sun- ) for like service.. \ 01I t. .. '''''f ;:.t.J' ",'!" ;':' f. ',.. ".' '_5
County Judge, County Clerk and Sheriff;; day, at 7 a. m. and 2.45 p. m.; arrive Fer- Policemen; regular-$25 per month for
are over \Yhitner & Schuyler's store, on nandina at 11 a. m. and 6.10 p. m. each and fees for making arrests,as,are allowed 0<_
Center street. Sunday trains for Jacksonville leave at 7 to constables ; but in no case any such
fees to mayor marshal 'or policemen to ,be
and 4 m. arrive Fernandina 10.10
SCHOOL BOARD. a. ra. p. ; :
drawn from the city treasury.. Special 'police -
Superintendent a. m. and 6.45 m.
of Public InstructionJohn -Day, $1 per day ;night, $1.25 ght.
Owens, Mallory Line steamers for New York leave pcp'
Evergreen. Clerk-$25 month. OF 'VIRGINIA.
Board-G. Stark, J. A. Edwards, Hinton steamship wharf, foot of Beech street, every Treasurer per '
-$150 CO
1 J. Baker, Fernandina Noah Hicks Thursday. Office foot of Beech street. per year.
; Brandy Collector-Commission allowed
Branch Steamer Thomas CoIl 'er, for Brunswick, same as MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.Full .
; George W.
Hodges, leave Centre street dock daily. by State; upon collection ''of.special ,license.

BOARD OF HEALTH.PresidentII. Steamer St.'Nicholas, for Savannah, leaves tax his fee shall be 5 per cent. course of instruction in medicine. The

.E. Dotterer.;;" Centre street dock every Wednesday and Be Assessor-$50 it also ordained per year., that the City Council j session begins October 1st and continues nine
? -Dr.T.Starbuck'lG.: Stark; 'H. J Saturday: Office at the depot. shall hereafter before making: ,the annual months. For catalogue apply to the Secretary of
Baker, Dr. J. L. Horsey. Steamer Martha' for all points on the St.Mary's .
Port Ph sician-Dr. river Monday and Thursday, and for appropriation for current expenses of the \II tne Faculty.P.
city government, proceed determine by ,
St. Mary's daily. .
Quarantine Inspector-Henry W. ,
resolution upon any change of pay, fees or .
Sanitary / r- i 1 :
Inspector-John A. Ellennannl ; iSheriff's compensation of salaried officers of the city Reliable.Salesmen to Travel and

Sale.UNDER' for the ensuing .., ., ., f.. WANTED sell to the trade our Celebrated
year. .' ":'J. >>< J'{" #...'p.. '':I. '1Ii'-.''' Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes
UNITED STATES OFFICERS. AND' BY 'VIRTUE OF A All Ordinances, or parts of Ordinances, \ ';[ etc. Liberal arrangements. Salary
conflicting with this Ordinance :: Commission. Address
or NEW
< immediately,
are hereby .. ); -fo'f
of foreclosure issued out of the 1. .tl>.f' I.
repealed.Adopted. .. ...:;' ,;;. YORK HAVANA CIGAR CO.,No. 1 Fourth.
CUSTOM-HOUSE.' < Circuit CourtFourth Judicial Circuit, in and Avenue, New York.
21. "
:Northwest corner Centre andTh'ird"streets.POSTOFFICE. for Nassau county, in a suit determined, July, G. F. AVERY : :: ;) ;( ; .

Co})ec to r-W. A. Mahoney' wherein Samuel Baldwin'' and. James Dar .. President of Council., .,.. .xl'.,":, Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Deputy Coector-T.}) ham, partners, as Baldwin & Durham are ; : "". :' IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
L. St wart. Approved : JAS. McGIFFIN, Mayor. :: : :;, : NOTICE
plaintiffs, and S. A. Elton and A. Elton, her ,. of 'the estate of ,Frank C. .
Onmspechtor-J. Hamp Jones. Attest: GEORGE E.WOLFF: Clerk. t' JI ;, i:. .; ;,;.", ; ; .e,1fL:
from 9 a. m. to E husband, defendants, I have levied upon Fernandina, Fla., July 24,1886.Administrator's -". . .;'-' Latham, late of Nassau County, deceased,
m. daily .
p. .
except Sunday and will sell at public auction, in front of rj: '('n.7tt" ':.-i't' :. 0 ;>5". .1.. to present their claims, duly authenticated -
the Court House, in the City of Fernandina, I I "' 7;.<" : within two from date or
Notice. ; : :, years
'on the, first Monday in August, being the \' ., "; '""'" : .:,.:,10 ':: : .' ;. payment will be barred according to statute.

South side of Centre street, between Second 2d and day Bedroom of said Furniture.month a, tine lot of' Parlor TO ALL CREDITORS entitled to distribution, LEGATEES: AND ,f. .'"-., ..rA..'1.-1: i-t'o',_'f'; .:...;..' '.. ',. '";'';,".......-.. ,All persons indebted to the estate are requested -
and to make settlement forthwith
Postmaster-Samuel TrRiddef. Terms ,cash.JOHN All persons having any demands against 'f ,) ;."....'-.$:.;' ;"",,' ". .', ',. .'t r" save litigation. .
Money Order A. ELLERMANN, the estate of Beulah L. 'Whitney, late of . GEORGE A.
lerk-Leopold .. <. .
Post-office open daily Beugnet. Sheriff Nassau County. 'Nassau County, deceased, are notified to _' "... ..'"'f'f <":; I. :"., Administrator.
8 a except Sanday from Fernandina, Fla.,, July 3d. present their claims,properly authenticated, ,; '
hc'.f Fernandina Fla. June
11 Om'loek, p. m.; Sundays, from 10.30 to within two years from date, or the same :',' ,: ;- .' ) 12,1886.

will be 4-r', ..v .f .. : h 0 -
Northern and _.. .
: Western barred.JOHN --t. r- .
mails close at 9.30 -
a : .
m. '
THE :; .
arrives BILL-HEADS.
Southern;* at 4 P- m- is noted for the artistic manner Administrator' ; 'f.-! -. ""...."...., ,,. ..i..q."I'Ty r1"" etc., neatly printedat
i mail for F. R. & N. road closes in which it executes all kinds of Printing. Fernandina, Fla., .May 8,1886. 6m, the MIRROR office'1TIIE



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., THE. ;,FLORmAi. +_ MIRROR,", -' : JULY '31.; 1886.

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR healthiest ,portions of the State. TRUCK FARMERS,.r-"U IN COUNCIL. to the truck farmer, and it .is more

Lying near to the sea-coast, it receives VEGETABLE, GROWING ,AND ITS DRAW- important to, lessen the 'time for

"- .-,:....., GEORGE_ .R. FAIRBANKS, -EDITOR.'Subscription the benefit of the sea-breezes BACKS., -- transportation than the rate. This

,. .&,per years six; -month 81. during the summer s9n, and beingan An Jmporlf1niJ.I1eettngof, vegetable I I branch of the question we will con-

'e. -- ,; open pine country, there is littleto .growers, ,' .etc., largely attended, has sider at another.time.PERNICIOUS .
Office corner Centre and First streets second floor
create malaria. The old settlersall been held in Orange county to con- LEGISLATION.The I

Ten cents RATES a line OF for the ADVERTISING.first,and five cents for look healthy. and- robust, and the sider the hindrance' to success in bill to,tax oleomargerine has

each subsequent Insertion. truck farming in Florida, and to in-
of the is _
death rate county remarkably ; both
houses and if
Special local notices,15 cents a line. passed approved
Beading notices,25 cents a line. low. Too much attention augurate, if, possible, means of im
by President will become a law.
; Special rate for time advertisements. upon appli that
4 cation at the office.Communications. has been paid hitherto to timber provement.' We suppose our .It is the first attempt' by Congress to

upon all matters of local inter. getting and too little to agriculture. I grievances are very similar to direct the domestic industries of the

. solicited from all of the and from : those felt by all communities :which
.cr est parts county The one has a tendency to impoverish
country, and is a long step in the direction
the lines of Florida
along ranwafl.iAn !
1t communications intended for publication a country, while the other forms its are engaged in special:production. of an assumption of universal -
r +tumid be addressed to the Editor: all business The-advantages in favor Florida
I letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. support. Thousands go by Nassau control of the affairs of the people KlrtG
:in trtrok 5 rfifing. are .mainly in its
county, where land can be had at five of the States. It can only be
dollars pefacre, to'invest inlands: at. semitropicalclimate, enabling: the 'considered in the light of demagoguery -

THE SALES OP LANDS-PROSPECTS further south inferior in trucker tofput his seed in the ground,
a high price ,
a concession to the dairy inter- POWDERAbsolutely
; FOR THE FUTURE. many weeks earlier than in the ,
quality and much less convenient to ests which few men who numbered
t One of our cotemporaries has been Northern 'States and the
,:. warm
market. We to do much
ought Y W dairy men among their constituents Pure.
inquiring into the alleged dullness of spring seasons, which bring vegetables -
than to induce
more we are doing dared vote against,and which,for the POWDER NEVER VARIES

the market for real estate, and findsa population to seek our good old forward to maturity in much same reason, could not be made a THIS of purity, strength and whole-A
someness. More economical than the .
general flatness in real estate less time.. While this is true ordinary
opera- as a
county of Nassau.So party question. It is the weaknessand kinds and cannot be sold in competi
in tion with the multitude of low-test, short-
tions Florida.
far as the. State generally is general. *.statement, we are yet far misfortune of our system of goy weight alum or phosphate powders.
; This is not surprising or unusualat from having immunity from the '&*Sold only in cans.
: concerned, we believe that there will eminent that.legislation may be andis ..ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
this of the Few 48 106 Wall,Street New York
k season: year. people be less investment in particular localities drawbacks of cold seasons, wet sea affected by popular clamor or per-

invest their,money (except in pa- and more in the State atlarge. sons, dry seasons'J late frosts, severe sistent .organized demands. This

per cities) without looking for them- gales, etc., which retard and some- t
Middle Florida will attract has
v -j i Congress begun the work of con-
selves,and our summer.months are, times destroy the growing.crops. If
attention its rich
more agricultural \ cession to interest which seemed
so far as business operations are con '. ; Fresh Garden Seeds
retarded'by; any""of these :causes for ,
lands,,and the old counties will tote supported by any .organizationof
cerned or travel, periods of inaction. considerable thrown _
come more into notice.The a period we are considerable voting The ] CROP OF '85 _

Many of our people are away for into competition--with the truckers 'po"fer.
orange-growing interest will ;, Knights of Labor Bill was the con- In papers or in bulk, at
health or recreation and the people South, Carolina North
of Georgia .
be still a prominent one and when cession
to that organization. The
' of the Northern States take their va- Carolina' and Virginia, who are FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
the new crop shall again demon- pension bills,which have been passed .
. cations at the watering places or go to nearer to market than we are, and
i strate satisfactorily that the orange without inquiry at the rate of two to
a Europe or California. who have therefore
.an advantageover
industry is a safe and productiveone the minute in the Senate and by night
There will be in any event, very us TaB to the shorter length of ----
it is but natural that it will come sessions of the House,'sometimes at-
likely, a diminution of. mere speculative time their truck is on the way and .
y and remain at the front as a pleasant tended by not more than thirty
investment in wild lands of the consequent freshness. In a well-
f productive and largely remuner- bers have been passed as a concession Building Material.BRICK .
cheaper class. To the settler who is stocked market the freshest vegetables
+ ative employment.THE to the Grand of the
the borders taker Army Republicand LIME, PLASTER,
willing to go on or .\naturally command the best
the soldier vote. The
up with comparatively poor land the CONGRESSIONAL CONVEN- price, and the Norfolk trucker will dairymen CEMENT, SHINGLES, NAILS

\ ,,homestead lands of the governmentare TION. ** .. -W* 'J>JteFloridaShipper. have now had their protection bill SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,

We sincerely trust that the: passed, 'and the iron interests, the
still open. People have learned Con1 l : 'bu'people 'do, not ,sufficiently PAINTS AND OILS.
wool interests and the lumber inter-
Convention will in
that good lands are more profitable act so take. into account that, their profit FRED, W. HOYT & CO.

.; than poor lands and are beginning to harmonious and judicious a way as must depend on the? average, price ests combine to,prevent any correc-

to present their nominee to an earn- J 5 tion of the inequalities, the oppres-
discriminate both as the quality and !
; ; for the season. A few crates of cucumbers -

location of lands. Many people im- est and.undivi constituency.. ,or tomatoes or beans car- sion and the injustice of; the present

We have seen good ad- tariff. The interests opposed to a revision -
agine that the good lands are mostly ... no reason ried into market very early may sell

e "' taken up: This is the case so far as :vanced'why Mr. Dougherty should at'high prices but these high.prices of the tariff are organized and When You Paint

not be renominatcd. It is generally compact ;. the great mass of the people --
government or State lands,are con- are obtainable because
only they are
who'are to be benefited the
conceded that he has been by USE
cerned, but in the Spanish grants few in number and without
compe- reduction of duties have W. JOHNS ASBESTOS PAINTSare
active laborious and for no organization -
's and the holdings of individuals ,' a new
any titi n.-, There are but few peoplewho
'. and effective icknawUdged, be of superior quality,
-H give no presentation -
member achieved
quantity of good land is held at ,_ an unusual measure will buy at these high prices,
t '; of success. The Southern States of their wishes to influence legislation and will cover much more than cheaper
moderate prices. One can find ,
: and.the price falls at once on receiptof
since the organization of j and lighter brands. Sold only by
y miles of good ham- our govern-
many square !larger supplies. The profit of
The Roman flourished for
ment have exercised than their Empire FRED W. HOYT CO.
mock land still untouched in St.John's more
tru, ; of until
Volusia, Putnam, Orange, proportionate power and influence in the product raised, the largeness of hundreds years successfully
the days came when it began to con-
Alachua, Marion, Sumter and Her- Washington, because they have, kept the marketing and the good
early trol the votes of the people l con- .. .
> } ,
their in for y 'H. t ;! ; q'
men Congress .
nando counties fully suited for the long pe- obtaih'ed. To obtaina -
; average prices ; d} J; :
riods thus gress and a :use of the public moneysto ,
i 4 cultivation of lemons and giving the advan- ;
oranges, fair price at all, the articles must

vegetables, as well as to corn, cotton :tage of having a body of trained par- arrive in perfectly.good order,fresh, promote their pleasures, or, as

liamentarians Congress is now doing, making itself
and root who become leaders
crops. attractive and edible. Vegetables are SASH DOORS
popular. It is the road to the decline ,
f from their and
4 Our present population does not knowledge experience, either good or.good'for nothing. Wecannot -AND-
and fall of of
exceed far 400,000. We have good were assigned prominent places upon fr- ., expect other people to eat our system government
* if in. BLINDS
lands enough to furnish homes for the important committees and controlled persisted ,
our ;.vegetables and
stale. : pay us :a
.,, three millions of people. We have legislation. It was a good and. .MEXICAN tobacco has not yet AT FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.
g09"-PIiceorJhe ,privilege, yetagifeat.many.
' in and wise policy and think.will achieved the reputation in foreign
our own county of Nassau an we do stuff
persons: :ship
tq abundance' of:good pine .land based be- a wise: one to pursue in i our. *'own..-...'. _. i, y.tUtterlysunWtobe- ._' 'eaten rid only fit markets that' the Cuban product has,

'" on, clay ,near,to railway and waterfacilities State. We need all the advantages *- 'dump.We" **" but there is an earnest improvementin '
k ford Ilia must bear in '-"
.- ? *' .. the shipments,and its quality is as to price,'good ,that experience can give, and will -*:'' -
mind that. for that
it .... the customers the such it is believed it can successfully -
productive lands which will yield only lose ground by frequent early
I; abundantly of com, sugar-cane,'cotton changes._ : and, well-to-do people, other region. There is no other product

it i oats, sweet and Irish potatoes, A NEWSPAPER in Illinois recently who will not purchase an inferior which will contribute more Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran,
to the wealth of Mexico.
iVi to support a population fifty brought suit against forty-three men article at price. The speedily
any poor people
thousand. We have good hammock who would not pay their subscription and people in moderate circumstances Holders ofCity Bonds

and 'pine lands which will raise and obtained judgment in each :wait until the markets are TAKE NOTICE. AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

peaches, ? pears and oranges.* We case for the full amount of the well supplied ,from home ,growers
have thousands of acres suitable for claims. Of these twenty-eight made and buy at low prices vegetablesfresh NOTICE unpaid Bonds of the City of FRED W. HOYT & CO.

.vegetables and better facilities Fernandina,Fla., of the series issued under
affidavit that they owned no prop- from the ground. There is no authority of an Ordinance of said City,
shipment than the counties hii the passed and approved May 31st ,1869 will be
.. erty in excess of what the law: allowed market'for truck because it ,is early. redeemed on presentation to G.Stark,chair-
interior. These lands should be man of ,Finance Committee, City 'of Fer
them, thus preventing an at- The( efforts of our truck farmers nandina. -

I brought the attention of that large tachment. Then, under the law of should be to the markets Holders of the above described Bonds will Notice to Owners of Dogs.
: take notice that the interest ''on the
same Ordinance
class of of small Congress making the of Notice is hereby given that the Dog
people means who taking a will cease June 30th, 1886. be en
; with
"early vegetables of the best description of the city of Fernandina
., desire to secure, a home in Florida, newspaper from a postoffice without City Clerk., forced on and after August 1st next. AHdogs
f: paying for it theft, they were arrestedfor and quality, so that they Fernandina, Fla., June 3, 1886. not provided with proper streets collar, wmbe ana
J. where, by their, labor, they can secure badge, found upon the public
petit larceny and bound over in will,be bought'not so much because For Rent. empounded and dealt with as the uroi-

i ,i} a comfortable living. Nassau the sum of $300, each. All but six they are early as because they are Large, airy Rooms, with or without nance provides. STEPHEN. MORRIS,

county is. regarded as one of the gave bail, and the.others went to jail. Board, corner of Fifth and Alachua streets. Marshal City of Fernandina.
Time is factor the
I Ii good. an important Apply on premises. Fernandina, Fla., July 15, 1886.tI .

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.1 ,,... I,v. .> sale, and, to the large inducements they are offering every. partment. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!

'.: 1 At present they are offeringthe following extraordinary bargains:

t.. ., "; ,50 pieces Superior Quality Checked Summer Silks at 38 cents GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES, ;

.:: ", .,qti"1. !! per yard ; worth- 50 cents. *
,;; .rA I ,y. 50 pieces Assorted Colors, Fancy Pattern Satinet, at.18: cents TER STOCK.. SWEEPING:REDUCTIONS IN EVERY.DEPARTMENT..

.1 per yard; worth 25 cents. ..'-. .Silks, Nun's Veilings, Lawns, and all, Sprfrif and

I 5 cases Standard Light Prints at 5 cents :v Goods, Parasols; Laos,.Trimmings, ,
r 50 Patterns of Crinkled Seersucker 18'cantoswortli 25. EmaraldarlaSy White floods, ate.

100 dozen Damask Towels at doierr. worth.$1.50.:' (
300 Assorted Parasols, ranging in price f'roJnOO;, :,cejrts:to $5.v PRICES WILL DO IT.

A rrAGEBY THE SEA *. e *A lane of Bathing; Suits from $lnp-r. KA 1) Embroidered Cambric Robes REDUCED TO $3 50
.4 White Lawn Robes a'..":,; II 200
Cashmere and 'in
hades at
Zephyr Shawls all grades anji; popular "
: Figured Lawns,', .'' 'r 4 cents.
.J prices. 7& r -? White Victoria, Lawns II 4 "
100 pieces Fancy Mattings, from 17 cents a yard!to: $;''cents. Black All-Wool Bunting . II 15 ..
Fine Figured Batistes IILadies'
100 dozen'Ladies' Lisle-Thread Hose at 30 cents a.,pair; worth 12J
: Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs II 10 "
50 cents. "f White Quilts, Colored Borders, II 45 "

OCEAN. CITY **cents A each small;. worth lot- of 25 Ladies'cents. Fancy: -Bordered Handkerchiefs at 15 8PB CAGES! II CLOTID L !LOOTS AID S 81 O S8 S, T TO CLO L S 8B OUT.

100 pairs'Ladies' Glove-Kid Button Shoes at $1.85; worth 350. STRAW HATS AT AN IMMENSE' REDUCTION.

100 Ladies'French Sid Button Shoes at $.285 worth 84.
300 Gents'!Seersucker Coats at $1.25; worth $2. Jf&*Orders by mail will receive prompt attention,and carefully,filled.

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51.- We can, show the largest, most'complete, and by far.THE):. FINEST H. B. DOTTBRBRINVITES
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.STOCK ever offered in the State of Florida. .' .:,**-,-,->.*,-> ,." ? ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

COTTAGE i i LOTSb Jfifir Orders.t by mail receive prompt and careful attention. -* *


J.V.cDEI SRO: s -to * -* _*' -to-
Are now being offered at prices which .
enable those of moderate means to
I Nos. 30 & 31 Centre St., Fernandina., FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY
have a Summer Home, where they: .
can enjoy the most healthful and WJ.t LOHMAN
safest surf-bathing,the delicious and; h
invigorating''' ocean breezes,:and! ,:jtKe' DRY GOODS CLOTHING, BOOTS AMD SHOES, -

most commanding views of "Old : \ t.r FINE TEASOD COFFEES

Ocean to be found on the Atlantic Corner of Sixth and Ash Streets... I -
and 18 Miles in length; only one Victoria Lawns. Persian Lawns India Linens, Swiss \M sUn, ''Figured
Swiss, Plain and Plaid Nainsook, Satin Flowered and Corded Cor.,Second,and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA FLA.
and three-quarter miles from Fer- Pique.,'White Goods of all kinds, Laces and'Trimmings,
MILLINERY* (Straw and Felt'' of all grades), Hosiery in large Variety,
nandina, with eight ,trains daily.All Ladles' and Gents' Furnishing Cashmeres Goods, Cassimeres Jean., Doe- GENERAL INSURANCE REAL ESTATECHARLES *
Skins, Cottonades, and Dress Good.

regular trains on the F. R. & N. STATIONERY -'.4.c-EJ: : 1'W C' r-
jar-! 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 INFLOW'PRICES. Call
and convince yourself. V. HILLYER
without change of cars. t .TV. J. LOHMAN. ,
t Corner of,Sixth.and,Ash'8tr ets.'
Buy your lots now; while r __ ,_



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Every lot sold increases the value of
Weekly Sailings from Fernandina Every Thursdayand
the remaining ones. from New York Every Friday.

SOT Compare the heat of the"interior .

with the comfort and health of y, .
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Address SAM'L A., SWANN, {i : I.
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The traveling public are offered the advantages. of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
for ALL- STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the ;
I HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE. ETC. freight,passage rates',and schedules,or further information,apply to A
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aEsfR. Sheriff S J *G., W.Epperson, Lake Butler. I i.;'.*: '(t?pMADISOS! l Cp9TY t" '":''' ," j : ; DiSPENS I Y, I

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F Collector of Rel.'e -Bunberry Haynes, iy Julige-R'f;tiit' "THE' *-.*,-'" *'*;' Y..t."!.,..
United States OfUcers. _. ,_ fitarke.lLi .

... LAND. OFFICE 'XESVILLEj.. .'.- 'Superintendent" 'Of Schools-J. L. Hill,,...LakeButlerr .-. son.Sheriff A. Parramore, THE NEEDY, ( V\
N t'; i- J< 'R 7":0 Mr a yl'. ;.
icegrater--Ii.,A. Barrie, Gainesville \ f 7 ot'l\n: !. "''J ,15r45 rk-John M. Beggs;: : POOR PEO- K
*.Re.ceirer-John FrRollinsGainesville** .. % 'rf J'idgJa1ii HBEVARp s"'A.I"crorY, City Superintendent of Schools, =.' ; : medical advice and
County +-
Surveyor-Gencralr-J. F. McClellan. ,Point. Madison. ""' .
Treasurer S/S. from 9 to 12 m.
DISTRICT COURT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff M. E. English_ Titusville. :Madison Collector of ,Refenue-B.. Broome streets. 1m

I JfarsJioJ JjJH:"Dufkee': Jacksonville.* vI 'p, 'CoUectcJr..of'cm: e .J/F'V.ppdTitHsWI n''l; $ ? .
i I C'lerbPAilip'4Yaat i er;Jacksonville?: rti fI Sjcpethi1eidentlof: &FJglni 'h" ER,
r-Ji ,.i'.' c.v ] t s rp t' y ..irit-" : ,l fi 1 t! t 'Counfy'JudgerJohn: G... 're ; : >
I ,ItEVSC. f .t f fj I..... I ,iC J Wit
w CALH1)U. :. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith \ HYDROPATHIC
rtllector-&i1'Thompson Jacksonville.--, ... .__ _" ___ A ,
; Sheriff-A.'SW atsoIl.;"iPiIiE! I ,. ,
William Clark.G2erbJamesS.Fannin.1.q '
COLLECTORS OF CUST MS. County Judge Collector of R venue- at Ferna! dina,!

Win. A. Mah-one7FeFnaiidfifaT a H 0 iSlierf" !; faseph f1 Spne.11 S0 ,**. j{-t' of>, +t' .... ; f ; ssonal services. to the:
Jacksonville Superintendent DSchools=
Edwin Hi gins; : Treasurer-J. P. Richards. ; surroundmgcountry.l

John .F.,House, ,, St...Augustine.. ', .' ,Collector ofMcvenuc ';Joel! P.fAtkins.; v- Pine Level. a specialty. : i
Superintendent! .of Scho(ifs-W. G..", Coxwell.CLAY ...... r.r ,MARION ..... the Tourist Hotel. 1
'State Officers. I t.. '. *'% Vj ''l'" # '
COUNT:. CountgJudgie3; : H: 'Vill ;

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Gocerrwr-EdWarcJ4;Perry, :Tallahassee. ...r"k.. "at'J'", ::.3".1 Green trove Collecor of Revenue W.i: ] t
: ler N'B arum, Spring.DeWitt "
Governor--Hilton Hi Mabry Ocala. : N MERCHANT "
Lieutenant- : 0
.. Green Cove ,
; S1feriJ.James: W.. : ,
tSch 4ls
Leesburg. .Jet if-i St tf "'IH" "' tv- Superintenderr&of (. ;
; of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee 'Sprhigs Fort McCoy. I
t;' Secretary, Collector,of Ret'enut-'V. ;J. Wilson, Green / :- *; ,IkONROECO }$ \
F Comptroller W. D. Barnes' Tallahassee. Superintendent of SchoolS-Geo. 'Vs'. Hall, I them Pine Lumber,. / \ e
, McRae. County Jitd Ghas.
Treasurer E. S. Grill.Attornfy.GeneralrCjbl.. ( \ '
Cooper, Tallhaas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Clerk-Pet Knight, K CARGO, I V Y t 1.. L4
i ; County JudJe--W M. Ives,Jr., Lake'City.: Sheriff George A. ; : ; :
see. Export Trade I
Commissioner of Lands-C. Mitchell.. Clerk-John Vinzant,' Jr., Lake 'City'. .; Collector West. of,.. Reienue. ,- \ :'. It
..Superintendent Public Instruction-A. J. Sheriff-C. ,P. Farwell, Lake Cit) .- ; Key Schools ;J. I FLORIDA. ,
Superintendent of --
Russell,:Jackson'ille.t Collector of Taxes\V. Payne, Lake City.r West. "
jutant-Geneal-Da\'id( : Lang. Superintendent of'Schools; .W.;A. Sheffield! .
., ,.
', ', NASstu. COUNTY .
SUPREME COURT. Lake City.. ? { ( :J. ''4 'II< UYLER"
t Justice-.G eo. G. McWborter.Associate DADE.- f', 1.. r ''.' ,. 'e County Judge-Hinton J..
Chief '
George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-Allen:Heyser.i::; : ,,r. .; dina.t; .(r / t"f. !1 _- OA.
hassee.Associate. Clerk-T:,y.. Faulkner. ,... Clerk-J. A.:Edwards,
Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, -Sheriff: Wmv.: M.'Mettauf. "' Sheriff John A. El OF ALL C V1i..4'S;

;.t Jacksonville.;,j.* a I: ft* < ., f..TIeasurer-J., Wm. Ewan.. ?, ., A.: .ti I'* nandina.;' Assessor of. ,Taxes I. -;-,'V' ill-vH... ,.. : : Plans, Details, Spe- '\ ; ;:; ;
'Clerk":- D. C.AVilson,,Tallahassee.. .t; :Collector of'Rcvcmie::" Charlefe Peacbck. ': : \
t.: '.xr : :*;*. I... i ', ;.. iSIEII 'i; Collector of Revenue'V oJ t.'a.1, ;1
: ___ CIRCUIT; JUDGES? 3 tiaqr DUVAL COUNTY: nandina. .\:
A. A Jl. .... t ,
Firs CircuitAugustus.. E. Maxwell, Pen- County Judr William A.McLean, Jackson Superintendent J/ ;lIIFIN .
r. t ,. ., .-, ,. Schools ; : ,
sacola. v \+ille.'' r. Evergreen. P

I,. I Second Circuit-David S. 'Valker. ,, TallahasI -, \ Clerk-Thomas E. Bucknian, Jacksonville. County JVcolurccGustarvw. ; AND.. U.ILD Ell.:' -1
see. Sheriff Henry D.: Holland. Jacksonville. dina. ,
Third Circuit-E. J.-Vann, Madison.- Assessor of Taxes--Daniel P. Smith,'Jack ORANGECOID."TY : : en.Second rid/rhird, ,J:
Fourth CtrcttiJ-rJames M.Baker,Jackson sonville. ; THE ABOVE CUT IS ON EVERY PACK-
ville. ;, *. .. ..;- -. *S Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, County Ju.dge-J. L. Bryan FLA.
Circuit-Thomas F. King Gaines- Jacksonville. ;:-Thos. J.Shine, < AGE OF J '
Fifth' j ,
= distanc'care-I l' ; ) VT
H.Bab- Collector of Revenide F. T. : from ,'
ville. Superintendent', ? of lando.wri; -, /1 ..t.. .'--1 y t. ; ...t ... /J 2t : 4 !
Sixth Circuit H.,Mitchell, Tampa. cock; Jacksonville. .. "i c5 t 'J!
.I i .Seventh Circuit-E.,K. Foster, Sanford.. Superintendent' of Schools' -- r ; 11" "" I WbOLSETT'"SDOMESTIC
? S S ESCAMBIA..- -' "' Orlando.Sutveyor.*- 'S -<* IGHT,1. ". I

-,. t"" t 'IIl County Judge-WalterjTate. w. -J. 0. Fries ,
Cc. J Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. 1 fSheriff ., .Treasurer-C.. W. Jacobs,,' !\ -
I .; CIRCUIT; .*. i. 'III f: AND RETAIL .
FIRST JosepmVilkins. -
1.: Fall Term- Treasurer-J..S.Leonard. OCk DEALER,. :
2d in October. Manuel Palm County Judge :-J. A. ; : ., .
, Santa Rosa, Monday Collector of Revenue- s. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. .;,.0,.'
Walton 4th in October. Schools N. B. Cook. in Ice '
f! Monday Superintendent of -
: Sheriff W. H. Jonson. *>
i.. Holmes, 2d. Wednesday after 4th Mondayin FRANKLIN. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. A SPECIALTY
October. ,
' 2d' after4th Monday r Countg Judge-Robert G"; Baker..: Collector of Revenue-J. D. tsOwE1.E.S:
Washington Monday WHARF
'a ,
in October.1 ... :? Clerk-r-3..AT Atkins. f <. i Superintendent of Schools- ,..'

a t Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Floyd. "A...' l .PUTNAM' :pIN FLA.
: < cO.
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October. Treasurer R. H Porter i
I Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector ofRevenne-George A. Patton. ,Judge of Probate-T.8. }

This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. Clerk-W. F. Forward, ,.

: ,10, 1879, and does not change the GADSDEN. Sheriff{ Geo. J. Zehnbar, J&- USE .NO O HER.
Collector of Revenue- MAKES,
; 4 T
fI Spring Term. : it '" Countg Judge-J. R. Hams r / f j Superintendent Public

::}i Spring Term- THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff Clerk-Augustus Thomas Mitchell.Nicholson. Palatka., c.turers' Prices

I, Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Trea.mrer-ll. W. Smith. TAYLOR -

Madison Collector of Revenue-R. M. Morgan. County Judge-John R. ; FOR SALE BY
2d Monday' in April. .- Superintendent of Schools.. -GLE. Lx Allison.HAMILTON Sheriff{ B. A. Tucker, description and
LI Hamilton, 4th'Monday in April. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, S I any Sewing Machine,
.r i Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday COUNTY. -Superintendent of Schools- sale. .

L ''April.r County Judge-Samuel McInnis, Jasper. Perry.: \, I.. THOMPSON.'S GEO. E. LEWIS
...., t.olumbia,3d Monday- after 4th. Monday- Clerk-J. )!. Caldwell, Jasper. County.Treasurer-=J). S. : ;repaired. at moderate ,
M April. t'I. 1 Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Collector of Revenue-John 'H.-Lee. Collector of Revenue-J. B. HOBEIN,

April. Superintendent of Schools J. N. Reid, SANTA ROSA.' and Ash Streets, AGENT FOR j
Fall Term- Jasper. Fernandina, Fla.
) Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HERNANDO COUIr'TY.County 10 County Judge-John Chain. .
Clerk R. R.
October. Shepard. .
,J 'Madison,'2d Monday,, in October., Judge-G. Ramsey, Brooksville.. Treasurer Robert GIVEN THAT c. 'AV WOOLSEYS'
f. Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-John C. Law: Brooksville. Collector of Revenue W. J. ,
:f Suwannee, 1st Monday ,after 4th Monday Sheriff-3. A. Jennings, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-: or parcels ,
Fernandina will be
Collector Revenue no.E! Leoanto.Assessor' .
October.. .. __ of King .ST.;JOHN'S on Monday the JERSEY CITY
Taxes-J. F. Shands Brooks-
Columbia" 3d Monday; ,after.4th" Monday'inOctober. xille. .. of' .. -.' c f, County Judge-M. R. -1886;:in front' of the
t :. \ ; I.' f.
tine. of
city Fernandina
Lafayette, 6th Tuesdayafter'4th'Mondayin Superintendent pfjSchools-W. C. Zimmerman -
Floral Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros; so much thereof as
October. City. -W-HITZ J.EAD-:
.. I Sheriff-Ramon the amounts herein
FOURTH CIRCUIT-. 's ,., 'f t .: HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue for the taxes of 1885,

Spring Term County Judge-T. A. Carruth. St. Augustine.Superintendent. of,sale and adver-
in March.Clay4tkTuesday .
i St. John's, 2d Tuesday Clerk-W.. A. Givens, Tampa., of Schools-
,, : ; inMarcli; Sheriff-J.,P. Martin, Tampa. ,<4 \. St. Augustine. foo '
Bradford 2i 1st Tuesday April.' : Collector of >Revenue W.J.'.Martin.- SUMTER COU z ,
t Baker, : Tuesday in April. v :J 1 PAINTS
. Nassau, 3d April t .i) .' HO.MES County Judge-J. R. Steele, E+ S Z J
; 0
' Duval, 1st Tuesday in'Mayl; County.Trcrdg'e-A S H. Brownell. .Clerk-C. M. Knott, 'pa .<
..' : Fall Term- Clerk-T. H. Pitman. Sheriff J. F. Gal lp way, -- -.

' I St..John's.2d Tuesday in September. Sheriff{ Thomas N. Ellis. Collector; of-* Revenue..N. : 1s.;:_;,..:.....:. 9 $4 66'
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer:-Daniel D. Gillis. burg., _.. : ; 7..f.-.....:.... 39 14 35
r: : Bradford, Tuesday in October! Collector of Revenue=William'Tuckerr Superintendent of Schools .5.......... ........50 8 18 ,.

'! Baker, 2d Tuesday. .' ,,Superintendent of Schools Whitnell Curry. Sumterville. 8' (less SE f
c- ;'.-".. SUWANEE J .... 48 8 18 .
Nassau; 3d Tuesday in October. corner)

Duval. 1st Tuesday in November., JACKSON: County Judge-M. W. 22._............17. G 71 Vi 1fl{: O-'atA'-S! S
'FIFTH'" .CIRCUIT.- -., County Judge-George F. Baltzell. ', .t Clerk-J. W. Newman, \ 4................ 70 12 17
Spring Term- f I Oler -Frauk Philips.i: t .- ". Sheriff John R. Sessions 5............. 1 ,
Sumter 3d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Andrew Scott.TreasurerJames Collector of Revenue .B. { 1 19 81
Marion 4th March. : Ef Heam. Live Oak. 26............ 1
t t Putnam,, 2d Tuesday Tuesday, after,4th Tuesday" 1 'Collector of Revenue-John'Bi Andersoi .. Superintendent of Schools 2 3 4 30 &'31 5 3 83 ALL SIZES.

March. r .''Superintendent of ScJiools,-Samuel J. Erwin. Welborn. 2 and 3........40 671.

4th after 4th in JEFFERSON. VOLUSIA
1 Levy, Tuesday Tuesday 0. S. OAKES,
March. County Judge--- W. B. Lamar, Monticello. County Judge-James H. of Revenue, PAINTBRUSHES,

Alachua, 4th Tuesday after 4th Tuesday Sheriff-D. B. Bird, Monticello. prise. of Fernandina, Fla.

in April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Clerk-H. J. Faulkner, ly 10, 1886.
Fall Term Superintendent of' Schools J. A. Walker, Sheriff-Barton F. Brooke
Sumter 1st Tuesday in October. ;Monticello. .. .Collector of Revenue T.F. SHELLAC;,
Marion, 3d Tuesday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools- Sale.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday in November. ticello. I Smyrna. ,. HAS

,. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Collector of .Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon \V < County Court in and
Alachua, 1st Tuesday after 4th Tuesday ticello. : Florida by T. A. HARD OIL
in November. County Judge-R. S. Smith.Sheriff estate of Jane Y. ,
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Charles S/Alligood an order for sale for
Spring Term- Judge-T. Chessen, New Troy. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker distribution the fol

..'i..... Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-C. S. Weathersby. Superintendent of 'Schools to the estate of RAW'AND BOILEDLINSEED.
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Crawfordville. ,that is: Lots seven

Erevan 1st Monday in March. Supenntendentof SchOOls-J.C.RamseyNew, County Treasurer W. ,W. ( ) ( ( ) in block No. four ((4)),
I Dade,3d Monday in April. Troy. fordville. ( ) and eleven ((11)), in
r. fall Term- County Treasurer-A. L. Morgan, New Collector of Revenue-J. J. ( ) in (Old.Town) Fer- OILHALSOMIXTE
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Troy. fordville. the improvements ; .
i'I Volusia, 2d Monday in September. *' Collector of Revenue-J.T. Cates, Old Town..' WALTON. ,Julius Rosseau,Eus-
'\ Brevard 4th Monday in September.Dade : Assessor of Taxes-C. C. Burch. County Judge-Daniel Martin, wife of Archi-

: 2d Monday in November. LEON.COUNTY.I: Clerk-D. G. McLeod.; Alberti Acosta
'! -- Acosta Odona
C.McSween.TreasurerJames ,
I'I'I County Officers.AIACHUA. County! Judge-E. M. West, Tallahassee.Sheriff .,' Sheriff--John E. Julia Acosta, heirs
John A. Pearce,;Tallahassee.. cited notified
CZeri C. A. Collector of Revenue W. B. and to ,
Bryan, Tallahassee.
the 6th of
County Judge Junius Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Superintendent of Schools- not day be granted,
ville. Tallahassee. ; ''WASHINGTON.
Clerk J. A. Carlisle : All Shades 50' CENTS Package -
Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judge:.'m.:B. H. r..;.BAKER, per
Sheriff-S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Collector
of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Tall Clerk-D. D. Melvin of Nassau
,9 ville.Collector of' Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- hassee. Sheriff S. W. Davis. County.. of Five Pounds.,

LEVY COUNTY. Treasurer Thomas J Jane Y.Acosta.
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Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheath
4,,' ,Gainesville. ,' Clerk J. M. Bared 'Bronson. Collector of Retemie--John: 10, 1886.
BAKER COUNTY.County Sheriff:" W. H. Bigham, Bronson. ,Superintendent. of[Schools. -
Collector of Revenue W. H., Anderson, a 'Mortgage Deeds
Judge-T. B. Smith;Sanderson. Cedar "
: : ;DOZEN
Cl.erk-F. J. Pons Sr., Sanderson. '
Superintendent of Schools-Jas. ;P. DePass
_LJ 'receipt pf 2-cent GEO F. LEWIS
SJieriff-J. W. Vanbuskirk, Sanderson. Bronson. ,
r Collector Revenue J. f Seventh-St., near
of W. Bornsed San- LIBERTY. '
rson.Superintendent 'Schools County Judge-R. F. Hosford.. FERNANDINA, .. Fernandina, Fla.
of -Wm. Lessene,-
J. Wooldridge. .
Anderson. s : No. 45 CENTRE STREET
Sheriff{ D. G. Harrell. Offers pleasant rooms,well ; Rent. ,
BRADFORD COUNTY.County Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. 'or without board. Table in my dwelling-
JII.dge-J.F.: Richard, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Li G. Wilder. I accommodated; also ./ '
Clerk-Henry R..York, Lake Butler. Superintendent of Schools Dr.T.J.Gregory. 2 Miss LUCY 0. FILK.B.. WAAS.: FERNANDINA, FLORIDAj


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'. ; I Wednesday and with the 'Jlall .Express.
Friday,connects elegant .
Dr. W.> E. SNYDER; ,Dentist, .,'t *....!f.J'f 't .. I : Steamer St.Nicholas-inside route: for Brunswick, Cincinnati, via.Cin.$o..Lv ...__?.;.. >8:47p m
: Florida Railway & NayigatioiCo : Darien, Savannah, connecting with steamers for. Chattanooga, via W&A.?Lv ?.__...?. 8:55 a m
i:; Will f remove : K :'T A J iT )ti:1 Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. .Marietta via W & A..Lv ...?_...... 1:36 p m2:45pm
'4f:'t! his Dental office Atlanta.via C R R.:..........Lv ..:....:,?..
: '. : ; SCHEDULE .AFFECT' MAY CUMBERLAND ROUTE... :Macon, via C R R......_....Lv ....._?.... 7:10 p m
4 ,;.June 1st 4: i 3,1886.: Steamer. Albany.. ......... ....
Express .Lv
,. I, '., ., .R A "'.... leaving Jacksonville daily at ? ; ? .5:30 a m 11:10 p m
:f :.. [;f from the. An- 1 1-- ..>... '."' "..}'.,..'":-, J.". "". d',: I. 9.25 a. m., except Sunday, conuects'with elegant Davis.................;?;........_.LY- 5:55 a m ............_
':;;; f f\ elblocktohisresideucenear tl. CENTRAL MERIDIAN TIME. SteamerThos.CollyerforBrunswicklmdthrough Willingham?............_..,,Lv. 6:10 a m .._. ...
.ii.. hJ:; .. :: *'":' : "f r'. ...; :i Jif "y' ;;&'1" : (One hour slower.than Washington;D. C., and 33' .,trains of.the Fast: Tennessee, Virginia&Georgia, Sumner......-.....?........_._Lv 6:3S a m .?....._..?.. .
,,) ; ;. ..j.t fi. :'!" i, ...."i'A,':;... ", "" U..... minutes faster than Jacksonville Local.) and Brunswick&Western Railroads. Ty Ty......................?..._Lv 6:53 am......._....:.
.. l : > the Presbyte-' : .1." l": :, :.::. 'i. 1 OCI I A. o. MACDONELL, Alapaha..........._.......?...?Lv 813 a m 1:45 a m
r l'1,1, rian church, '_ .'!-pt;.'. iJ" i-'',r; t:. :c." l. General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Pearson.......;__.._....-.......Lv 9:14 a m .252 a m
s t.. forthe coming "-.'''': .. ;, ;-',' .",;......"...-'... --..,-. WESTERN DIVISION. WALTER G. COLEMAN .\\aycross..........................Ar 10:29 a m '4:00: a m

Summer. .J:_" ).t..,. t.j.1.< :: <:;' : .. -- 'General Traveling Agent Savannah;;via S, F & W.Ar .7:58: p m .;....
f > '. <,. GOING ST. I. No..l. No.9., F.. B.sPAPx Jacksonville,via S F& 8i)5
p He wit(be pleased f 6 meet his'friendsand'patients 'v. : ... S 5 W..Ar ,7:30 p m a m
"at honje the hours of 9 I : :: ." ': .,\{::{!,.. ..' J1 Leave Jacksonville............_. 8.00 a m '3.00 'j)'m' 5. Traffic .Manager.. Jackson vllle.viaS. F&W..Lv .7:35am 9:30: p m
'ibetween ,. -" ... ''t L.Jhv.' '": -. ". Baldwin..........__.. 8.45 u 4.10- "D. E. MAXWELL, Savannah,via S.'F & W..Lv 7:01 am 8:45 m
a. iii and, ; and trusts tbeytvill .not ..... .' ... .1 -. .'' J. IIII General Superintendent. p
-1.p'f'.m.t .p. 'Lake City..... ___10.10 6.(13 a cross.....-.... Lv 10:4Q a.m : a m
hesitate to ; t. .","<'j. -' .<;..-"i",':...:.';.. .',' ',.,.',' '..". '' ... .'" Live Oak_......_..??.... 10.59 II' 7.01' Schlatt8rrilleLv1105a m 4:35 4:10 a m

4a i ; '. i :.: ': fr;1[ .I ,.!. '.Ellaville........._.......... 11.28 II 7.-15. Savannah Florida Western Hoboken...................??Lv 11:20 a m 4:25a m
r .1. 'I ; "'..-'",, '." tl: II Madison._.................12.01 II' 8.35'IIII & R'y;. "ayneSVllle..Lv 12:18 p m 5:55 a m
'SEA-IStAND liOUTE.THE : Drifton..................... 1.07 II 10.05' II Jamaica..........-..............Lv 12:55 p m 6:40 a m
: 1 Pyles' Marsh......:............
.'J Arrive Monticello.. .... .. .._ 1.30 m 10.35 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Lv 1:15 a m 7:00: a m
; p pm.Leave..Tallahassee
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; < ; Brunswick......?::....?.......Ar 1:50 p m 7:40 a m
; ; '< _;.............: 2.20 p m 12,00 '", .
: ,) :: .:: II Quincy_.........?.......... 3.15, r" 1.52 a m All trains of this Road by Central.Standard BRUNSWICK AND 'WAYCROSSDATION. ACCOMMOr

KEY LINE STEAMER, ..>'. ,rJi J ',.r ...' .'.:{'.'"_.' ,'.'':.. ". '".,.; .. Arrive River Junction.....?.. 4.00." 3.25 II time. .
Stopping at all Stations.

,;'. ." Train No, 1 makes close connection at River TIME CARD IN EFFECT,MAY.2,'1886. Leaves Brunswick.:....??.-.,__.....?.......?? 5:15 am
Junction with through train on the Louisville & i TRAINS 'will leave and arrive Arrives.'"a.Jcross.: ....?..........................?...10:10 a m
Nashville for New Orleans and all'points South- PASSENGER_ : "- RETURNING:
west; arriving at DeFuniak at 7.25 pm. Pensacola
10.10 p m, Mobile 2.25,a m., and/New Orleans at NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. Leaves Waycross ......_................._...?.. 5-15pm:
S 7.20am. Leave Jacksonville................................... 7:35' a m Arrives BrunSWICk..............?-................_ 8:00 p m
Close connection isjnadp Flomaton for all Arrive: Jacksonville................................. 7:30: p m Purchase tickets at the station, and save extra
points North and West; arriving at Montgomeryat Leave Callahan...............;'................8:18 am 'fare collected upon the train.
M. DOWNEY 7.15 am, Nashville 7.26 pm, Evansville 2.30 pm, Arrive Waycross......................................10:15 a m The mail train stops at all B &stations..
ST. NICHOLAS St Louis p m,Chicago 7.05 am,Cincinnati 6.35 a m. Arrive Brunswick via B & W R .. 1:50 p m Connections made at Waycross to and from all
No. 1 has Sleeper.which runs through from I Arrive Thomasville.................................1:37 p m points on Savannah Florida& Western Railwav.
C.PTAIM.. USINA, MASTEE. Jacksonville to Montgomery without change., Arrive Bainbridge_.:..........-. 3:35 pm Pullman. Palace Sleeping and Mann Boudoir
No. 9 makes close connection at River Junction Arrive Chattahoochee._. 4:04( p m cars upon Jacksonville and Cincinnati through
-.. ,:!\noWj/ receiving; in ihe. ,: : with Louisville & Nashville train for Montgomery Arrive Pensacola via L & N R R..10:10 p m trains
; and points 'Korthand West; arriving DeFuniak Arrive Mobile via L &N R R................... 2:30 a m I J. A. McDUFFIE, G. P. A.
RECENTLY FITTED UP IX APPLE-PIE ORDER. at 8.20. m, J>ensacol 1230p m, Montgomery ,Arrive New: Orleans via L & N R R......... 7:20 a m ; F. W. ANGIER, A. G. P. A.

.. 7.55 p m;Nashville 7.20 a m, St. Louis 8 pm, Pullman Buffet'Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand ___. .\...A. CADDIS, V. P. & G. M.
-- 0- 'C[ MARTw Chicago 7.00 p m, Cincinnati 6.35 p m. New Orleans; via Pensacola and Mobile.
PLYING regularly tie; n'; Fern'andina ? This train carries Sleeper through from Jack-. Florida Southern Railway Co.

Savannah. : upon ,the : folio witig I ; :..: E 1 ( r t tif' sonville to DeFuniak: without change. Leave Jacksonville FAST........MAIL.......................... 2:00 p m' -

schedule 4 : j ;.J! :: :. :? I 1" {. ". : .' .1 .; .: ,; _tJr 1 1 Arrive Jacksonville........:......................12:00 n'n ORANGE BELT ROUTE.
LEAVE PEn A? DIN.A''everf Wednesday ... :w ,' -: "-, i. \u GOING EAST. No. 2. No. 10. Leave Callahan....................................... 2:45 p m
and Leave r.junction..11.30 a'm 12:35: amII Leave Chattahopchee.....?......................11:30 a m .
Saturday, upon arrival of morningtrain Quincy.....................12.17 p m 1.52 IIII Leave Thomasville................................. 1:40 p m GOING SOUTH.
from Jacksonville, arriving at Savan- Tallahassee................ 1.15 II 3.45 IIII :Arrive Waycross..;...........?.................,.... 4:40 p m fast Mail Daily Ex. Accwn'n
the ..................... II II
nah following mornings" SPRING and SUMMER SUPPLY Drifton- 2.20 4.50 Arrive Jesup...-.? 6:15 p m Daily. Sunday. Daily.

LEAVE SAVANNAH Arrive Monticello._.......:....... 3.05 p m 5.05 a m Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G?.......... 8:35 p m Palatka................Lv.10.00a Lv 3.30 p ....._......
every Tuesday and Arrive Savannah..................................... 7:58 p m June.J.T.&K.W..Ar. 10.15 a Ar 3.40 p ..............
Friday evenings, reaching Fernandina the Leave Madison...................... 3.22 p II m 5.58 a m Arrive Charleston.................................... 1:25: a m Interlachen........Ar 11.07 Ar 4.15p ......_......
following mornings. : -OEFOREIGN :-- .; .. .r Ellaville....: ................ 3.53 II 6.35"II Arrive.Wilmington.......................'.......... 8:20 a m Wait's Crossing...-\rll.43a Ar 4.52p ......_......
... :. II Live Oak................... 4.20 7.05 Arrive Weldon....................................._.2:15 p m Rochelle ?.........,.Ar 12.06 a Ar 6.13 p _............
Connections at Savannah with all rail ", Lake City_.................. 5.07 II 8.16 IIII Arrive Richmond....._.. 6:00 m Gainesville........._Ar-12.45a Ar 5.40p __...........

lines and with Ocean Steamship and Boston AND DOMESTIC Arrive Baldwin Jacksonville.................................... 6.30 7.15 "II 10.55 11.58 "" Arrive Washington..................................11:00 p pm Gainesville.....___Lv.11.30 a, Lv, "..tOp >..... ......
& Savannah vessels to and from New York Arrive Baltimore...12:35
a m Rochelle ......_...,.Lv 12.21 a Lv 5.13 p 6.55 a
Boston and Arrive Philadelphia................................ S:45;
and at Fernandina with trains ? : a m Micanopy
No. makes close connection at River Junction Arrive New .....6:50 ............................ ............... 7.45 a
for all Florida points.A. with Louisville & Nashville trains from New Or- : a m Evinston_........: ..Lv 12.43 p Lv 5.32 p 8.20 a
O. MAcDONELL, leans, and from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonvilleand Lochbie................Lv 12.55 p Lv 5.-10p .8.50n.
"" :qcn.. PaSsTA, ?kt. Agt.f ; Montgomery. Has through Sleeper from Monti i New York.EAST Ocala....................Lv 1.52p Lv 6.25p 'lOOOa
'i .' FernandihaJ.Flav. : DRY-GOODS gomery. FLORIDA EXPRESS. .Welshton..Ar 2.15 p Ar 6.44 p 1.22 p

E. MAXWELL; > ; '? ; Montgomery No. 10 makes and close North connection, and has with Sleeper trains from from I Leave Arrive Jacksonville.Jacksonville.................................... 4:30 p m South Conant Lake........Weir-Ar.......-Ar 3.Up 3.05 p Ar Ar 7.27 7.36p p 2.28 2.18LeesbuJ'g'.Ar p p

General. Superintendent, ssn.. a -.a DeFuniak Springs. I Leave Callahan................. : am 3.53 p Ar 8.02 p 4.20 p
Fernandina Fla. 4NATURE'S J 5:14 pm'Arrive Center Hill_.........A.r '4.28p ............... ......_....
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.. V Callahan ..: ...........10:46: a m
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-- ---- Leave Waycross..........?.........................7:30 p m Pemberton'sF'ry.Ar 5.12p ?
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PERFECT HEALTH SOUTHERN DIVISION. Brooksville..Ar 6.10 p .. ..._?....
'-AKDFANCY Arrive Waycross.......... ...... 8:25 a m *
Is impossible If the Digcs- .. Leave Gainesville..... ........... .................. 3:50 p m 6.45 Dinner at Welshton at 2.15 p.m ; Supper at
CURE FOR tion is impaired, the GOING SOUTH. Ko. 7. No. 5: No. 3. No.19. Leave Lake City..... 3:45 p m pm. ,

Liver inactive, or Lv Fernandina. lO.10AM 4.10p 3t Leave Live Oak........-..............;.....-..-.-..- 7:10 p m St. John's & Lake Eustis Division.

CONSTIPATION, t set pstednTarrant's ARTICLES, Callahan.... 11.30 7.25 IILv Leave Thomasville............._............1115 pm Fast Mail' Mail Daily Ex.
: '0' Arrive Albany......... 1:30: a m
: Jacksonyille 11.45AM 8.45PM :.,......... Arrive Montgomery via Central R R.... 8-00 a m Daily. Daily. Sunday.
Effervescent' ? 4.00 ..............
-V V < i. } N ................. Leesburg..Lv p Lvll.laa
'- CONSISTIKGf tN..pART"OF'Piques .. Baldwin...... 12.5OpI'12.30" 10.00" 9.30plI Arrive Mobile via L& R R 2:10 p.m :Fort Mason..Ar 4.50 ......
Seltzer Aperient4will --- "" Highland..r 1.27 "' 10:57: II II Arrive New Orleans via L & N'R R........ 7:30 p m :Fort Mason.Eustis ........................p- Lv 9.20 a Ar.....12'4'...; ..p:.
cure Constipation, Lawtey_...... 1.43. ,.. 11.16 Arrive Nashville via L& N R ..-7:10: p m ?
..................Ar 5.05 Ar 9.30 Ar 1.00
..,0.11 No.21. p a p
Sick Headache and Dys: Starke ......... 2.0! 11.42 Arrive Louisville via L & N R 2:25 a m
4' a pepsia. It regulates the Victoria Laws .. Waldo ..::....: 2.45." 2.-15 PM 12.30 AM 4.15 AM Arrive Cincinnati via'L& N R R.............. 6:35 a m Lane Tavares..Ar Park..Ar 5.35 p Ar 10.10 a...............
5.45p Ar 10.25a..... ... ...
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bowels and'eaablesthose St. Louis via L & N R R .
Lv Gainesville. 3.30 6.25 Arrive 7:40: a m Altoona..Ar 6.lSp .....?........ ...............
o of feeble digestion to en- ., Plain and Dotted Swiss Lawns .'f:Archer.:....... ., 4.20 .", '. 8.20 II Pullman Buffet Cars to- and from Jacksonvilleand Pittman._........ ...Ar 7.04p -....'......?.. ......_.......
joy their food deduces ; "Bronson......... 4.50" 9.10. St. Louis via Thomasville Albany, Montgomery : Astor................._AT 8.10 p ......,... ....,........ ......
:r :Fever, Cools the Blood, is Cedar Key.. fI 6,45 'f 1225Pu and Nashville. '. : :
ok. p invaluable in Piles and Tape Checks and Stripes GOING NORTH.
Inflammatory Diseases Lv Hawthorne 3.25PI 1.37&ur JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. ...
Fast Jlail Mail
Sick-Headache ands justly esteemed .Cltra. 3.57 II, 14": ..:;,r. '2.24, "" Jt< Leave Jacksonville................................. 9:30: p m Daili,. Daily. Ac.Ex.Daily Sun.

Aperient1 for Children. i, Light'Prints (Suitable for the Season), tt'' SilverSpring 4'42.e", ., ." ', u'. ;. !1'", Arrive Jacksonville................................. 8:05 a m Astor....................Lv 7.00 a ....._........ ...... .......
AND ,Economical, Reliable Ele u" O'ala...... ... 4.57 3.37 uu Leave Callahan.......'.............................10:20 p m Pittman._.._.......Lv 8.01 a.......................?.........
gant. It should be found Irish Linens Table Cloths; ,' Wildwood.... 6.0 5.U Arrive Waycross ... : a m Altoona.............. .Lv 8.20 a............... ,..........?..
DYSPEPS1A I In every household. Sold I Lecsburg.... 6.37 .'j\\ J. ,5.52 !II Arrive Albany via'B & W R R...........___ 5:30 a m Lane Park..Lv 9.00a Lv 4.20p'..-. _........
(s by druggists everywhere. Ar Tavar:...... 7.00 6.30 T Arrive :Macon via Central R R.- 9:40 a m .. ? .
I Tavares ....._.......Lv 9.10 a Lv 4.35p .;.:.?....;...
:Manufactured only by TARItAXT' & CO.. TowelsNapkins, Doileys, No; 7 is through train from'Fernandina to Tav- Arrive Atlanta via Central R R..1:35: p m Eustis...................Lv 9.40a Lv 5.20p Lv ,1.20 p
NcwYork. ares connecting at Callahan with :Fast Mail from Arrive Jesup ..-.._ 2:15 a m Fort Mason........._Lv 9.55'a Ar 4.45; p Lv j2.00 p
-'- -- Irish and Hamburg Edgins, the ,East, at Baldwin with.train from Jacksonville -.I Arrive Brunswick via E T, V & G R R..._ 6:00 a m Leesurg..Ar 11.00 a. .............. Ar 3.35 p
PRICE OF'Burn.htam's Arrive Macon via E T, V & G R 8:"A a m
and also No. 10 from all points on Western I Arrive Atlanta via!E T,'V&G'R R.........12:05: n'n Main Line.
: : Domestic Shirting Sheeting etc. Division; at Waldo with No. 11 for Cedar Key, Arrive Cincinnati via Cin South'n
R'y6:50 a m
and at Tavares with Tavares,'Orlando and Atlan- Fast Mail Daily Ex.' Accom'n
'" ..-1'" Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir-Buffet
I11V1i0VEIJSTANDARD'TUR'BiNE '. r tic train for Orlando. ; .Daily. Sunday. Daily.
: '" .. ,' "r., '' ,' OF-s *, 1.1.1'' No. 3 is throughtrain, from Tav- Caes via ,.Waycross Albany and Macon and via Brooksville..Lv 8.20 a.....?.....?.. ...........?..
-A NICE "LINE ; \ ares,'connecting Baldwin-.with evening train Waycross Jesup and Macon;between JackSOnvilleand Pemberton's: .. 9.40 a _............. ..?.......?..
from'Fernandina-and,Tavares next morning Cincinnati. .Also through Passenger Coaches Center Hill..Lv 10.25 a ............... .:....?.......
IN Cost of Maiuiftictiirliis; Alver- with Tavares Orlando & Atlantic train for Orlando between Jacksonville and Chattanooga,via:Al- Leesburg........?....Lv 11.05 a Lv t). >O' a ......_.......
tising. Pamphlet<< with New Price connecting at that point with South Florida bany; and Jacksonville and Cincinnati via Jesup. Conant ................Lv 11.31 a Lv 7.00 a'.....?......?
List Sent_<< free by BUltXIf BKOS., train for Tampa'and intermediate points. -This SAVANNAH EXPRESS. South Lake Weir-Lv 11.43 a Lv 7.06 a ....._....:...
York: Pn. v READY-MADB THING! train carries Sleeper through:fron Jacksonvilleto *Welshton............Ar 12.12 p Ar 7.24 a..........._.. r
Orlando. Leave Jacksonville ...........-."9:30: p m Ocala..:.............?Ar 1.00 p Ar 8.14 a.....?.....,..
t Arrive Jacksonville.........- ......:. 8:05 a m .Lochbie..............Ar '1.53 p' Ar 9.04 a..........,;;,...
WOMEN GOING NORTH No. 8. No. 4.LvTavares ., ''Leave Callahan........:........-....1050 p m Evinston.............Ar ,2.07p Ar 9.14 a Lv 4.53
I I Arrive Callahan....................................... 7:05 a m p
Micanopy. ... .............::... .............. Lv 5.45
........ 8.05p ? ? p
7.20 AM Leave Gainesville.............................;:....-3:30 p m Rochelle...........Ar 2.35 Ar 9.37 Ar 6.30
It is not necessary for,you to suffer: any longer Black Silt Alpaca' Coats !'5 Leesburg...... 7.47 :: 8.52 "".. Arrive Gainesville ................;.................. 9:35 a m Gainesville.:........Ar 3.20p p 'Ar10.05a.a .......... p.
with those troubles peculiar to your sex when i \Vildwood.:. 8.16" 9.45 Leave Lake City?.................................... 3:45 p m ?
Stmpson's'Ulterine! Suppositories will I', Ocala........... 9.20 11.25 Arrive Lake City....................................-10:00 a m Gainesville..........Lv 1.55 p Lv 9.05 a...............
cure you in a few days. All female diseases yield ,'S Silver Spr'g. 9.33". ............ I Leave Live Oak.;........................... 7:10 p m Rochelle.............-Ar 2.25 p .Ar 9.30 a.....?........
readily to the mild powers of Simpson's Ulteriiie II Citra ?........10.17 ,". No. 12.47&3i No.22 Arrive Live Oak....................................... 6:15 a m Wait's Crossing.Ar 3.14 p Ar 1000 a.?............
Suppositories. Price 5Oc. a box. And New Styles in Seersucker Suits, Hawthorne_ 10.49 12. 1.37 II Arrive Thomasville................................. 7:50: a m Interlachen........Ar 3.55 p 'Ar 10.33 a...............
BYRON D. Ross :M. P., Sole Manufacturer. Send Lv Cedar Key... 7.15 AM 2.00PM Arrive Albany _.......................................11:50: a m June J, T & K W..AT ,4.37p Ar 11.20 a ...._?.._._
Palatk ...............Ar 4.50 Ar 11.30 ......... ...
lOc. in stamps for trial package and circular to ." ,Bronson.9.10 4.50 Ie Arrive Montgomery via Central R R........ 723 p m & p a. ?
HOBBS & SHORTT, Agents, Louisville. Ky. II r A. BARGAIN.-a Archer_...... 9.40 Ie 5'50 U Arrive Nashville via L & N R R............... 7:10 a m Breakfast at Welhston at 7.31 a m.
.. -., ., ,. ), II Gainesville.. 'f 10.35 II 'f 8.45 Ie Arrive Louisville via L & N R R ..........._ 2:20 pm STEAMERS A. LANE AND DISPATCH
: '. : ,:. i 11.25 Ie' 10.00 II Arrive Cincinnati via L& N R R............ 6:35 p m Make double round trips of Lakes Eusti
--5 Lv Waldo......... 11.35 AM 2.30&M daily .
.... .. 8.-00
U Arrive St.Louis via L &N R R. ? p m and Harris at all .
r r.t, : : Starke......... 12.20 PM Ie 3.00 Arrive Waycross -....................................12:35 a m touching landings.CONNECTIONS.
,SCALES STRAP A FUR HATS 4' Lawtey_...... 12.40 N 0. 6. 3.35"N 0.6IoJ. Arrive Brunswick via B &W R R............ 7:40 a m
Hi hland. .. 12.56 .. Arrive Jesup .......... ...... ... 3:13 a m .
Iron Invert. Pt tet .... ? -
y Tare lie.m and Bar1nr B uu Buy" B 4 B dWln._... 1.40". 1.50PM" ,5.00.Ie. .5.00.AMfe .. Arrive Savannah_..;...:....'.;........-............... 6:15 a m At Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key
Jacksonville ... 2'35' 5.50 .. ............... and fast river steamers for St.
Ie Ie Arrive Charleston.......... ......? .1255 pm West Railway, Au-
$6,0 and Men's, Boyst, Ladies' and Misses' Callahan.... 2.45 ',. ,.10.10"8.10 Arrive Wilmington ?. 8:30: pm Augustine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville> and

JONES he Ar Fernandina.. 4.00 Arrive Richmond..........._..._.................. 5:48 p m all points North, East and West, and with up-river
Price Lilt pare mention Uler""rht.-/.r thit pap.T and tnt I Arrive Washington ......-.........:.................10:30 a m steamers for South Florida : also with tAe new
4drsw10NESOFBINOHAMTON, No. 8 is through train from Tavares to Fernan- .Arrive Baltimore _..................................1205 pm twin-screw iron steamship 'City of Palatka" and
Uiacla___.. N.'Y dina; connecting at Tavares with Tavares Orlando Arrive Philadelphia...........-.. 2:37 p m steamship City of Monticello. for Charleston, New
GAITBR S SDODS H B AUD.LZPPD BR SI &Atlantic train from Orlando; at Wildwood Arrive New York..................-.....- 5:30: p m York Boston, Philadelphia etc.Mail .
DVERTISERS:=Lowest'rates for advertls.. Pullman ,Palace Cars between Savannah and trains make close connection both ways
To in 1,000 good newspapers sent free. Ad with train on Withlacoochee Branch for Pariasoffkee Tampa, via Gainesville. via Jacksonville Tampa &Key West Railway, at
dress Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 10 Spruce St., N.Y. ,leaving Wildwood at 9.35 am; at Waldo with Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville and Jacksonville,with Atlantic Coast Line-fast mail.
&.- ,''''---' 'C'KSnEI..AS. No. 12 from Cedar Key and at Baldwin with No. Washington. At Gainesville. with through Pullman Sleepersover
6 to Jacksonville and No. 9 on Western Divisionfor Through Tickets sold to all points by rail and Savannah, Florida & Western Railway for
all points West on that division; at Callahan steamship connections and baggage checked New Orleans, Cedar Key, Pensacola, Savannah
with Fast Mail for all points East. through. Also Sleeping Car berths and sections Albany, Montgomery, Louisville, St. Louis, andall
TRUNKS AND SATCHELS. No. 4 is night train through from Tavares to secured at Company s Office in Astor's building, points West. ,
Jacksonville, connecting with Tavares, Orlando 82 Bay street, and at Passenger Station, and on At Ocala. with Florida Railway & Navigation
&Atlantic train:with Sleeper from Orlando; at board People's Line Steamers "H.B. Plant" and Company, and hacks, for Silver Spring.At .
Waldo with No. 22, afternoon accommodationtrain "Chattahoochee." and Bary.Baya Line Steamer Astor, with St. John's River steamers, for
: And a great.variety: of: other goods. too from Cedar Key, and at Baldwin with No. "City of Jacksonville." Jacksonville, Sanford and way landings.At .
ADVERTISERScan numerous to mention. ... 20 for Fernandina. JAS. TAYLOR, Leesburg, with the St. John's & Lake Eustis

Thankful for past favors, '>, I General Passenger Agent. Division of the Florida Southern Railway; and
B. FLEMING, Superintendent. boats on Lake Harris and Eustis, for points on
learn the exact cost ;,1tI. DOWNEY.. .Fernandina & .Jacksonville. .. Branch.. Lakes.At '
.. Pemberton's Ferry, with South Florida Railroad -
Fernandina, 10,1886. GOING NORTH WeekDays..r Sunday. Brunswick & Western Railroad. for Lakeland, Tampa Kissimmee, Bartow,
of line Orlando, Sanford,.Tuckertown and Fort Dade.
any proposed Jacksonville 9.25A3f"5.OOPM 9.00.01 5.35PlII O. W. BROMWELL,
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Ar Fernandina. 11.00" 6.10 10.106.45" TY TY ROUTE. General Passenger Agent.A. .

advertising in American GOING.SOUTH I :'; C. CGWAN,

\I, Lv Fernandina: 7.00AM 2.45AU. 7.OOAM 4.00PM FIFTY MILES SHORTER THAN ANY OTHER General Traveling Agent.
'At Jacksonville 8.10 ... 4.25" 8.10 ". 5'10 II ROUTE BETWEEN WAYCROSS SHERMAN CONANT,
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"' : General Manager.
papers by {,",'; ,''';',';'' AND.ALBANY.
addressing .
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': 1S t L: J ", -Ii".I; t..;,> i.f''it; ;..,..,. AND AFTER FRIDAY, MAY, 7th, 1886, Holders of City Bonds

Geo. P: Rower & Co. .. ,...,, ". ., .......!Ii .'t -'t.I .' S 55 With1a.coochee' Bra. 1ch. ON trains will run as follows: -' .

w8papep Advertising : if: Jfafl. .
Bureau Express.
: ,: ._ 9.35 '
Wildwood. AX
to Spruce St., New York., '. ,c.: St.Catherine 4.00PH Lv Ie Brunswick ........................Lv '1:30 p m 9:00 p mPyles' I' -
Send lOcts. for ICO-Pale ,!f 1 Panasoft'kee. 5.20"II Ar" Marsh.:..................Lv 1:55 P m' 9:25 p m IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
Pamphlet. ..t'" .;.: '.. ; Ar Wildwood._ 5.50 St.Catherine 11.10" Jamaica......_.................._Lv 2:22 p m 10:00 pm unpaid Bonds of the City of

.' \.",;''.:.;..: "," .:' "." .WaynesviUe.....?........:....Lv 3:00 p m 10:40 pm Fernandina. Fla., of the series issued under

.... t I' r' : :' ifil; ));. Schlatterville.Lv Hoboken.-.S-.._.Lv 3:55 4:12 P p m m 12:00 11:4.ng1 pm authority .of ,an Ordinance of said City,
'-\Bt"\t I J' rj-1'" Waycross.......................-Ar 4'38pm l'30am passed and approved May 31st,1869. will be
t- f ) ., ,:n'lt. !!... :.{,'. :. ...;.' At'Callahan with Savannah, Florida & West- Savannah, via S, F & W..Ar 7:58 pm, 6:15 am redeemed on presentation? to G.Stark, chair-
ern Railway. for Savannah, Macon, Atlanta,;onville,via S,F &W..Ar 7:30 p m Stoam man of Finance Committee, City of Fer-
., i f>" ( Charleston Washington, Baltimore, New York, '
,7: < 9:30pm .
c: Jacksonville,via s,F & W-Lv 2:00pm. nandina.
and all
Notice Owrliet to 'of' _. .: .: :' \ Northwest.At Holders
Notice ran. } i- ,;:, ): ? ., ,? West Silver and Spring with Ocklawaha River steamers Waywoss...??.......__.......?L v. 5:00 pm 12:4o.,:.00'am m take notice that the interest on thesamewill
is tilt 6'13pm
hereby ,, ,
Catherine Rail- : .
j'.c! \ ; at St. with Florida Sou\J: $rn SSSfcZH.LT: 7:17 '2:58 amTy cease June 30th, 1886.
nauce of the city of Ftrna ina will be enforced / : .' for Brooksville. Bartow and Tampa; at pm ..... .... GEO. E. WOLFF,
and ifjr; :;; : Railroad for Sanford. Ty. ....?...-..?. ..........-Lv 8:41 p m --
on after : Florida ,
Augus ,1st next : Orlando with South ...... .
All Clerk.
.., .. Sumnerj( _..........._......Lv 8:56 pm. ? ? City
with Steamer
doss not provided with, prtt>ercollar and : .,," f- .t..,...;.' {.. '" ; ... .i.,. ,' Lakeland and Tampa;at Cedar Key for Wilmington.....?...........?._Lv 9:28 p m ._."_"". .Fernandina,''Fla., June 3, 1886.

badge, found upon the 'puttie''streets, will 'dN ... it\. b.r.... ,. 1,, ,... "fr: Governor Safford, Sunday and Wednesday, Davis......................?..?...-Lv' 9'4-1 Pm ......-.?...
be pounded and dealt wih as the Ordi- ," ..' ..,, ,, "'ft". ;;t' :Manatee and Tampa. Albany... ..........................Ar lOOP, m -:30: E: ,For e1t. IIi
1' : ...... ...... 9:40 ,
nance provides. ..,: ,. .' I. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Macon VII1 C R R......?..?...Ar __ .
;; ; :." ; ; Atlanta,via C R R........_.Ar .....--... 1:>-'> P m i Large, airy Rooms, with or without
t Wednes-
c STEPHEN, MonnIs, "" Steamer express leaves Jacksonville Marietta, via W& A....._.._Ar ..........!. -.39 P m Board;corner of.Fifth and Alachua.streets:
Marshal} City'of Fernandina. ; \" days and Saturdays at 5.10p. m.,connecting with via %\ &A-.Ar ;.....-?.... tOJP: m I
Fernandina, Fla., July 15'" ,J \. the elegant steamships of the ManoryLine, sail- Cincinnati&hattanooga, via Cm So..Ar ..??-...,.. 6.50 a m Apply on the. premises. "" t
,. ,I"J;," I .'. > Ing semi-weekly for New York direct.
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: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Jtfovfnp.the Milt Wed. -V.ZIJI.4.L.Z1'TEI: : ) :t ,:

.. ,WILLIAMS Thursday' July 29th, at
I THE CITY COCVCII. PUTS THE RAILROAD IW' .Old Town, Fernandina, ABTHUR EATON, infant A'_CUBE_ FOB Is superior :to all other 'remedies for Dis-
. .OO.A YEAR; II.OO'FOR SIX MONTHS POSSESSION. fAt i son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, CONSTIPATION i
11., the/Ile ting of the Board of Trade.on ,aged 9 months and 21 days.TimesUnion eases of LIVER AND KIDNEYS ; also for A\
r ,Reflection*. Wedneaday afternoon the following resolution please copy and send bill to Sick Hcadacha \
jJi Excursions to the snapper banks are now was adopted: AND '
j Whereas It appearing that there are obstacles MARINE. DYSPEPSIA.5O SLEEP, NERVOUSNESS, TORPID LIV-
, of almost daily occurrence. on Front street to the contemplated ..\.-- ,
: Mrs. John Hedges was a passenger on the extension .of the railroad and dock im- Port of Fernandina.HIGH Cents a Bottle. ER, and IMPURITIES OF 'THE BLOOD. '
, : Carondelet. provements for the removal of which the WATER.
,. 1. City Council, in granting' the right of way Saturday, July 31............ 8:05: A.M. 8:33 p.x. ."
Another cargo of steel rails is on' the way along said street to the Florida Railway&; Sunday, August 1......?.... 8:59 ..' 921 "
failed properly ,to Monday, 2.. ......9:49 10:09.'
for the Florida Railway& Navigation,Co. Navigation Company, ?
F: Dickinson 'of Madison is aguest provide; andWbereas .. Tuesday Wednesday;" 3..10:38 4............11:26 10:54"11:45 It ,
Mrs. Lottie Flor- I II
is that the
It apprehended Thursday, Co 5........-. 0:00 C:t9 OE Sll'E GOOD !
at the residence of Mr. T. Kydd, in ida Rail way.&Navigation. Company will be Friday, 6?....._. 0:43: 1:15 "
r' this city.. opposed or delayed in the commencementof ., ENTERED. I
these important works by obstacles which Steam-packet Thos.Collyer,Dilwood.from Brunswick .t
; ,A1 bal' ine is the most durable article for they powerless to overcome; now,there- ,Georgia, daily.

using over wall l paper or soiled painted .fojbeitResolved; July 27-Steamship Carondelet, John Risk, from
That we earnestly recommendthat New York; freight and passengers, to
walls. meeting of the City Councilbe R. W.Southwick, agent. _
a special We invite attention the
to seasonable
following goods:
29-British bark Maggie M., Staples, New
made for
l The artesian well at Brunswick is proving called at once and provisions York; to Mizzell &Bro., King's Ferry.
placing the Florida Railway &; Navigation Schooner D. D. Haskell, Haskell, Baltimore ICE CREAM FREEZERS-The "White Mountain" and "Gem triple
to be of comfort to our neigh-
a great source ,
of the street
r fr Company in full possession ; toW.D. Wheelwright&,Co.
bora. When will we have ours. along which the right of way has been CLEARED. motion.

granted, and that the executive officer of Steam-packet Thos. Collyer'Dilwood: for Brunswick -
The family of Mr.A.H. Crippen, traveling
i, WATER COOLERS-All sizes.
the city be empowered and directed to re Georgia, daily.
agent of the Mallory Steamship Line, is move any obstructions from the said streetas July 28-Steamship Carondelet. John Risk for
. stopping at the Strathmore.: at present impeding the commencementof New York; freight and passengers, by REFRIGERATORS Various styles and prices, at our Furniture Store,
,1 R.W._Southwick.agent.,
I Little Daisy Lasserre, infant ,daughter of the work. VESSELS IN PORT on Centre Street.
In with the above request,the
Mr. Thomas Lasserre, one of the pilots on compliance British bark Maggie.M., Staples. FRUIT S-Mason's" all sizes. :
President of the City Council. Mr. Avery. British bark Eliza;Bans, Hollis. 'v
our bar. died last week, aged 7 months. "
Schooner D. D. Haskell, Haskell.
called a special meeting of that body for MONITOR OIL STOVES-Superior to all others.
services will :be held to-morrow
Baptist the same evening, at which such of the
Atlantic Pavilion.ON .
morning at 11 o'clock, in the old public
members as had received notice were pres-

r'. school"building.. Sunday school at 9:30.. ent. After a three hours' session, the following -
Mr. P. W. 0. Koerner, formerly of this resolution was adopted unanimously .- IN OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENTWe

city, but now of Ellaville, was in the city :
This favorite Restaurant and Refreshmen
this week, and is now stopping at the Strath- Whereas, The City Council, in the monthof

4 more. March of this year,passed an ordinance Saloon,.on Amelia's famous beach, is now
the of to H R. Duval,
The Republican precinct meeting for granting Receiver, for railway right way through and along open for the season, after having under have all the Seasonable Goods, both for the Household and for Pic-

,electing delegates to the County Conventionwill Front street to Old Town ;and whereas, it gone a thorough renovation. The best of nics Excursions etc.
be held next Monday evening at Island is represented by the constructing engineerthat
City Hall. the mills, which are partly located service at all times at reasonable rates. BUTTER, LARD nd CHEESE kept cool and hard in our Mammoth
upon said street, are not being moved, as required ALBERT GLAIBER.
;: Mayor McGiffin has requested Messrs. by notice and intended by the ordi- Refrigerator.

Duryee and Huot to remove those portions ,. nance giving the right of way, and in orderto Fern-ndina, Fla., May 1st, 1886. J6T Everything at bottom prices.
facilitate ,the important work in contemplation
of their mills now on First street by the 9th it is hereby

of August next. Resolved, That Front street, from Centre "' ,
Notice. .
The Times-Union claims that'Mr. Dough- : north toward Old Town, be re-opened for Notice is hereby 'given that all vessels arriving -
traffic and that the order
general mayor
erty's vote on the first ballot, exclusive of I the removal obstructions for the purposeof at this port on 'or after the first day FRED W. HOYT & CO.

Duval county's vote, will be 138; enough to ; enabling H.. R. .Duval, representing as of May, 1886, will be required to undergo
That is all
get him the nomination. i Receiver the Florida Railway & Navigation inspection at Quarantine. coast-
Railroad Company, to avail himself of the wise vessels or steamers will be inspected at
,,, Alabastine, the only durable wall finish, grant of right of way given him by Council. Upper Quarantine, at or near ,quarantine .
4 Island all vessels
station on Tiger ; arriving
for sale by Hoyt& Co.
Reduction in Mallory Freight from foreign ports at Lower Quarantine
There are twenty-one vessels now at the Merchants in Fernandina will be pleasedto Ground, inside the Sound buoy. The quar-I
of Brunswick discharging and loading. antine grounds will extend from a point opposite
port learn that the Mallory Steamship Line station on Tiger Island to the buoy in
the dull there to HOYT & CO.
Although season, appears '
will make a reduction from the tariff freight the Sound.
be of business to all there. \-
plenty keep busy H. J. BAKER
rates now in use, taking effect August ,
Work on the extension of the Florida will be Secretary of Board of Health.
1886. The following rates chargedto
Fernandina, Fla., April 29. 188t
i Railway & Navigation Company, from Fernandina: .
t +, Duryee's. mill to Old Town was commenced CLASS.
on Thursday last just north of Duryee's 2 F G F U UR R NN Nil T U U R RE
: ':1'IIIIIINNewYoprL I IHI-- .
mill. Boston. .... F U UR RNN NIl T U UR REF

Henry,Hobein, eldest son of Mr. H. Ho- } 65 55i45' 22/17116/ 30130125' ... A Profitable Investment FFFF U U URRNNNIITU U RRRR N N N II T U U URRE RRRR EEEE

bein,.:returned on the Mallory steamship Nails and fencing wire, 17c. hundred lbs.
., Cdrondetet this week from Germany, where The above is a reduction of lOc. per hun- *t ** F U UR R N NNII T U U R REF

he has been for the past year perfecting his dred on the more important classes. Flour, UNDERSIGNED, BEING DESIR- F U U R' RN NN II T U ; R REF

education. 25c. per barrel New York to Fernandina.This THE of making change in his business, UUU R R N NN II T UUU R R EEEEE

Some of the finest melons of the season is certainly the line to ship by, sailing offersFb
SALEhis -
were raised on St. Simon's Island, the meat every Friday from New York.

being delicious and size very large. Theyare entire stock of

known, as the 1 Pride of Georgia," and Organizing an Odd Fellow Lodge. Ware-Room on Centre Street West of Second.
adapted particularly to this section. At ah informal meeting of Odd Fellows JGEIERAL I.ERCHl.DISE.together ,||> ,

held in this city on Tuesday evening, the
Mr. Thomas Kydd left on the Mallory 27th inst., it was decided to take immediate with a large
i Carondelet for New York
+ steamship on
towards the formation of in
steps a lodge
Thursday evening last. Mr. Kydd expectsto TWO-STORY WOODEN BUILDING -
Fernandina. A committee was appointedto
be gone about four weeks. During his in which said stock is kept; and Lots Nos.
the of
report, at the next meeting, names
stay.North he will purchase his fall stock. 8,10 and 14, in Block No. 5. in Old Town
all who desire to become charter members.The .
(Fernandina),on which said: building is situ
The Republican County Convention meetsin establishment of a lodge in this cityis ated, titles to said lots ,being,in fee simple

this city next Wednesday, August 4th, a boon "devoutly to be hoped for" by all and unencumbered.The THE ATTENTION
for the purpose of electing delegates to the Odd Fellows without business well established and a
I good ,as being a lodge, good, lively trade'tan be conducted at,the
District Convention, and to nominate a to them, is ,the same as being without a stand. .: ; : OF

3 State Senator and two Assemblymen from church to a Christian. For further particulars, inquire at the .

f this district. The next meeting will be held' in the premises. -t/. ., T.-A. ACOSTA. "

The many friends of Mr. R. V. Dohoneyin County Clerk's office, on Tuesday evening,

this city will be pleased to learn that a at 7:30. FORK I _. S-A.JDIE., rlilrfHOUSEKEEPERS[( \ ,

K letter has been received in this city from his THE COMMITTEE.In -THE-

sister: in Baltimore announcing that Mr. I

i had arrived at Rosario in Memorlam. Domingo Acosta Grant
Dohoney safely ,
Fell asleep in Jesus on the evening of
the Argentine Republic, and that he was in Sunday, July 25th, Mrs. KATE EDNA, be- -CONTAINING -IS CALLED TO THE-
4' good health. loved'wife of Mr. T. J. Eppes.

Delegates and excursionists from Fernan- Mrs. Eppes was the youngest daughter of NEARLY 2,000 ACRES,

dina and Hart's Road for the Democratic Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Shaylor, of Archer, COMPLETE: : ASSORTMENT .
, ; District Convention, which meets at Ocala! Alachua county, this State. She was mar- '.i
ried in the i winter of 1883 to Mr. T. J. DUNN'S CREEK. ; -
I on August 4th, can leave here on the morn- .
ing of the third .on the Jacksonville train Eppes, conductor of the Florida Railway & The property adjoins the town of SAN OF .

and take the special which has been pro- Navigation Company, and was in the 23d MATEO, and offers one of the best land- I;
' _;; of her at the time of her death. ings on the St. John's River. It has a front-
C> vided to leave for that city. Those from Callahan year age age of two miles on'Dunn's Creek. '

. # can leave on the regulartrains,, on the Raised as.a Methodist, she I was I contemplating Titles direct from the Spanish Governmentto
F second or third of August. shortly to Join the Episcopal Church the original owners. '
with her husband.She TV,A. ACOSTA, Adm'r.H. .
Girls of,a marriageable age do not like to H. LiNviLLElIAttorney.: iAIiiY CROCERIES
leaves child two old her
a some years ,
tell how old they are, but you can find out !
i :t.
infant baby having preceded her to the :
by following the subjoined instructions, the Home above some six weeks. SOMETHING-NEW I J
young lady doing the figuring: Tell her to i': -r.:.:" '''' ''',, .
The funeral services took place on Mon- I...... ., r
put down the number of the month in ," __. I
afternoon last and conducted from
which she was born ; then to multiply it by day were

; two; then to add five ; then to multiply byfity the officiating.Rest Episcopal. Church, Rev. Mr. Martin I THELATEST4IOVEI.TY *) BOTH. 4

r ; then,to add her age; then to substract ,

r I 365; then to add '115; then tell her to tell dear one, rest; thy work on earth is .. -IN'WINDO'W \ I t tf

$ :.F you the amount, she ,has left.' I The twos Thou done in eternity; art blest. Calm was thy SHADES. FOREIGN AND ,DO STICb: )
; ; figures to the right will denote her age, and '
setting sun, .
the remainder the month of her birth. Soon wast thou called away, from home and f ; .t, ,

For example the amount is 822, she is dear ones torn, ALL MADE READY TO HANG. \ "I
Thou couldst no longer stay, thy loss we 3 feet wide by 6 feet long; Nickle .
t '
: twenty-two years old, and, was born in the -- WHICH WE ARE OFFERING, .
deeply mourn. Trimmed, Stop-Spring'Roller, good grade of -
1 eighth month (August). Try it. Holland, with handsome Pull-Down, at the I It f L
Thy voice, though hushed below, shall ring astonishingly low price of : !
Use Max's Great Cure for Piles. triumphant L.OW
HOKSEY & Co. And kindred spirits ever flow with thy 16r FIFTY! CENTS EACH.These 3M[ A T VERY PRICES

sweet peace to share. Shades,come in different Colors-
For Chronic Ulcers, Cuts and, Skin Diseases No cloud was on-thy brow when Jesus bade ;Drab, Brown, Olive, Green, etc. I i
' thee come, I
Max's Great'CUre. ; I 1
use -ALSO- .
In heaven thou art rejoicing now, "Father,

iI1Iik Constipation, Biliousness and Headache. thy will be done.. W. A NEW DADO: WINDOW[ SHADE A r

cured by Vitaline Tonic. Sold by Shipments from This Port. On Hartshorn's PateritvlStop-Spring Roller. .

HOESKY & Co. During the past week' the following ship- Across' .the Curtain.:about nine inches.fromthe
,. ments were made from this port via the New bottom,stamped in Gold Fancy Dado', WHITNER'X. & SCH UYLEE .
i Clothing.Just York steamship line: nine inches deep.::. This Shade we sell for ,

received, a, fine line of Youths'' and Per steamship Carondelet, of the Mallory JI'2r SEVENTY-FIVE: "CTS. EACH .. 1
Line, for New York,July 28-116,509 feet of .
Boys' Spring Clothing, fine goods.Prices lumber, 289 cases cedar, 77 barrels rosin 16 all Complete, with Handsome PullDown.a 1 .

very low. J. &; T. KYDD. barrels spirits,73 packages merchandise. *. & a?. KYDD NO. 47 CENTBE ; : : '" .
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