Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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VOL. :; vi. FERNAJSTDINA FLA.-r, TD R D A Y, JUNE 14, 1884. NO. 29-; ::-

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A STAT SJIAN'S PATRIOTISM. believed I had strength enough then to WHAT IS THOUGHT OF- BLAIN> avowed,aims of the Republican Party. The Call for a State Democratic Convention -

renovate the administration of the Government These nominations '.ore revolutionary! events of the last three days ,have given us at Pensacola.

SAMUEL J. TIY.DEX DECLINES POSITIVELY TOt of the United States, and at the close They are such as the ,republican. party has- no answer to the objections so often urged The Conservative Democratic Party, a

BECOME A CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY, of my term to hand over the great trust to a never before presented, and- _will carry alarm in these columns against the nomination of Florida will hold a St o'A Convention at

THOUGH CERTAIN OF TIlE NOMINATION. successor faithful to the same policy. and dismay to thousands of men who have Mr. Blaine and against the course of Mr. Pensacola on Wednesday; June 25th, at 12

The following paper from Samuel J.Tildenhas Though'anxious to seek the repose of privatelife .regarded this as the party of safety of integrity Blaine as a public man, and l have presentedno o'clock., for the following purposes :

been) given to the Associated Press : I nevertheless acted upon the idea that of principle, of high{ moral ends. contingency ,in which these' objections To choose delegates to represent the Statein

NEW YORK, June 10,1884. every power is trust and involves duty. In They I portend deserved disaster and defeatto could be waived consistently with truth or the National Democratic Conv "on to..

To DmuA Mining, Chairman of the DeinoHcralic reply to the address' of the committee,communicating the republican party, arid a revolution in political honor. We have then, nothing to be held at Chicago, July 8th, 1884. -' ,** ,

StaleCommittee:: of New York: my nomination, I depicted the .the! national administration'.-Springfield Re retract and nothing to modify. With unabated To nominate candidates for the ,0Q ices of"

In WY; letter of June 18th 1880, addressed difficulties of the undertaking and likenedmy publican. Ind. "' ..- devotion to the great purposes for Governor Lieutenant Governor and; Presidential i-

to the delegates from the State of New'Yorkto feelings in engaging in it to those of .Mr. Blaine is ,a type, and a picturesquetype which the republican party was organizedand Electors' at Large to be vqt&fcfor at

the pewot-ratic National Convention I entering a battle; but I did withhold the of all that is bad anJPall l; that is boldin has been maintainedjve 'declare onr the next regular State election. 48$
choose ?
amid: : : ,entire consecration, of my powers to the pub- the party of which for (shears the real he inability to support the ,nomination, eitherin conduct the campaign a State Executive of 1884.! Conmattee to:

.. Having HOW borne faithfully my full lic service: is now both the actual sjjid ; the nominal i the present aspect of the political field or To transact such other business as ,may-

share of labor and care in the public service Twenty years of continuous maladminis chief. He is a man, as it if-a party, without in any which now seems likely to present come before, the convention. ,: *. >"_:-Y" -
tration, under the demoralizing influence of itself.-Botton Advertiser The different counties in the State,-.will '
;ind wearing the marks of its burdens I de- conviction and without restraint. 'lIe is a Rep. send delegates to the convention the '
sire JIt ling "o much as an honorable disthar'C. internecine war.andof bad finance, have in- man, as it is a party, thoroughly unprincipled As conventions are now managed, a man's following basis :

: ; I with to lay down the honors and 'fected the whole governmental system of ; aggressive, revengeful and flexible.He ambition spurring the party choice, the One delegate for the first one hundred

toils of cfven quasi party leadership, and to the United States with cancerous 'growths, is a'man as it is a party,of varied, many- delegate must cast his ballot under strong votes or for part the of one hundred, cast in each
county candidates the Con-
seek the;rej)ose private life. In renouncinga false constructions and corrupt practices. colored woof, capable of extreme generosityand excitement. 'The voter has ample time to servative Democratic State upon ticket at the-

renuinination) for the Presidency I do so Powerful classes have acquired pecuniary selfishness, "all things by turns and survey the candidate put before him. The general election in 1880; one additional

with no.doul't: in 1U mind as to the vote of interests in official abuses, and the moral nothing long," In' the Middle Ages he Republican voter this year will inspect his delegate for every additional hundred votes,,
of New York of the United standards of the people have been impaired.To flourished membe the candidate with critical or the last fraction over the one hundred
the Suite; ; or as a Condottieri. a coldly eye-not the when it amounts to
fifty or more 'to cast for
States, but bertiuse I believe that it is a re- redress these evils is a work of grt>..atdiffi'culty There was a time when in Spain he went by republican voter who shouts out, "We such candidates the number to be deter

jiiini.atibn! ofla; reelection to the Presidency. and labor, and cannot be accomplished the name of*" Gil Bias. and he is still re- want onr Jim of :Maine: nor he who pantsto mined when there is a difference, by the-

To those who ;think my renomination and without the most energetic efficient membered in Italy as "Fra Diavolo.1*_ In "brand all others not of his mind, for stood vote for such candidate on said ticket whc-

reeleifcioii indispensable to an effectual vindicatJdHifthv and personal action on the part of the Chief his veins courses the lightning blood of the such never think and have no eyes, but the any county highest increased on the its county vote at vote.the general But if

right; of the people to elect Executive of the Republic. The canvass Arabs. In his personality;; he is a cross between republican voter whose decision makes election of 1882 it shall have the benefit of

their, ul'rs, violated in my person I have and administration which it is desired thatI a Corsican and a Yankee.-Louisville the wide difference between majority and a such increase. The counties under this rule
should will be entitled to representation follows
undertake would embrace as
period :
of decision Courier-Journal Dem. between and
accoriled as long a reserve my as minority success failure.

possible) ; ; but 1 cannot overcome my repugnance of nearly five years; nor can I admit any The Presidential candidacy of Mr. JamesG. These voters depend upon it, will not sup Alachua. ............16 Levy........ ........... B-
enter into a new engagement illusion as to their burdens. Three years of port James G. Blaine. The honest and independent Baker..... ...... ...... 2 Liberty ................ 1 .
to Blaine is
of evil the
experience in the endeavor to reform the a menace to republic. I Bradford..... ........ 9 Madison..............H
which involves; four years of ceaseless' toil. Of all the citizens that. wer proposed to the newspapers, the papers whose Brevard........ ...... 2 Manatee.............. (J
The dignity of presidential! office is municipal government, of-the city of New assembly of partisan electors, and of all opinions are worth. heeding, and, are heeded, Calhoun......... ...... 2 Marion'........,........l1 '
above :merely personal ambition but it York, and]two years of'experience1 in renovating whose names have been mentioned in will not support him. The American people Clay..................... 4 Monroe ...... .........12
Columbia.....,...,....10 Nassau......
the administration of the State of ............ G
creates in me no illusion. Its value as a York have made familiar with the with that office, ;;Mr., Blaine is the not support for a great major Dade........ ............ 1 Orange........._......11Polk
great{power for good to the country. New me least fit, the least tru wirthr. He is. perhaps ity of them believe he is unworthy to be Dnval............ ......ieEscambia ..................... 5. I
"I said four years ago in accepting the requirements of such work. the most intense partisan in America. :President of the United States, and his own .... ........15 Putnam..8
Knowing I do therefore At the present time the considerationswhich acts and words justify their belief. He is Franklin............... 3 Santa Rosa............ 7
nomination as a
: )Moreover his ism is not the ism
party party Gadsden................12
induced action in 18SO have be- St. Johns...... ........ G
from fresh experience how great the differ- my of a statesman who, 'is guided by shallow-smart American. We have ten Hamilton.. .......... .8Hernando Sumter......... ........ T
duce i[> between gliding through an official come imperative. I ought not to assume a sincere convictions founded on broad thousand men who would make a better, a ............ 8 Suwannee...... ...... 8
routine and working out a reform of systemsand task which I have not the physical strengthto knowledge and understanding. It is safer President than he. But we may con Hillsborongh. .....10 Taylor..3Holmes
carry through. To reform the administration fine the the ......... ...... 3 Volusia................ 5 ,
policies, it is impossible for me to con- the part 'ism of a mere passion for leadership argument to candidacy the Jackson..... ........15 Wafculla-.............. 4:
template 'what needs to be done in the of the federal government, to actuating a man, of intense prejudices, of office he could never'reach.. His nomination Jefferson...............10 Walton..............., 4
federal administration without an anxioussense ize my own ideal, and to fulfill the just expectations ugly temper, and of defective understanding means a disastrous defeat for the republican Lafayette..... ........' 4 Washington ......... 4
of the people would indeed war- party and from that defeat Leon...... ..............10
of the difficulties of the undertaking. whose highest happiness !is in, playing the the
summoned by the suffrages of my countrymen rant, as they could alone compensate the ringleader in a disturbance.-Chicago Times ,party would never .recover except under The counties will select their delegates-

to attempt this work, I shall endeavor sacrifice which the undertaking would involve Ind. other leaders and perhaps under another either in mass-meetings or conventions, as
; but in my condition of advancingyears 'name.-New' York Times. may be considered best by the people acting
be the efficient
with to
Gyd's help the And
It is perhaps well, as we suggested two party organization.
: will. Such work of and declining strength, I feel no assurance it is recommended that
instrument of 'their The following resolutions were unanimously -, the citizens in each
when the
days of :Mr.
of ability to accomplish these ob ago assemble for this
of my county purpose at the
renovating, after misrule I Massachusetts
years adopted by Reform
many -
jects. I am, therefore, constrained to say : Blaine began to _se !11:4ir. stable, that"the. Court-House or other usual place of meet-,
such reform of and to whichI : '
systems policies party should ask the judgment of the people Club. ing, on Saturday, June 14th ; but if they fail
would. claeerfuI1Yhave sacrificed all that definitely that I cannot now assume under the leadership of a candidate who That the )Massachusetts Reform Club regards assemble on that day, they should meetas

remained to ll1e of health and life, is now, I labors of an administration or of a canvass, the nomination of Messrs. Blaine and early as practicable thereafter.It .
fear, beyond ; strength. Undervaluing in no wise that best gift of embodies more completely than any other Logan by the Republican party as a distinct is recommended that where conventions -
to further heaven the occasion and the power some man the real spirit of republicanism. Be- :and unqualified repudiation of all its profes- are held the precinct meetings for
My purpose withdraw from lieving that Blaine would be a bad and sions of reform, and as an insult to the con appointing delegates be held one week priorto
public service and the grounds of it, wereat times bestowed upon a mere individual to science of the country, and that the membersof the above date suggested for the conven-
dangerous President to him de
we hope
that time well known to you and to communicate an impulse for good, grateful see the club will under no circumstances sup- tions.
feated. Believing him to be a weak candi- them. Arrangements are being perfected to
others and when at Cincinnati though beyond all words to my fellowcountrymenwho port secure
would assign such beneficent functionsto date, we expect to see him defeated., His Voted that the independent voters throughout largely reduced rates of travel to and from
respecting my wishes yourself you communicated zealots say he can be elected without the the country be requested to join with us the convention, and this committee will giveto
to me an appeal from many me. I am consoled by the reflection that ,in active and immediate efforts to secure the the county committees due notice of the-
valued friends to relinquish that purpose. neither the Democratic Party nor the Republic State of New York. They will have a nomination by the Democratic Party of such .. results reached at an early day.

I determination unconditionally. for whose future that party is the : chance to prove it. Perhaps they think he men as can command our support, and that, The undersigned, composing the State-
mv can be elected without the help of Massa failing such nominations a convention be Executive Committee, call upon all con-
best guarantee is now or ever can be dependent called the earliest date of independent servative citizens without
chusetts. It is not improbable that they at practicable regard to past
one man for their successful without distinction of political differences and associations who
In the four)'c: which have since elapsed upon any men, party, ,
nothing has occurred to weaken, but progress in the path of a noble des- may have a. chance to test this also. If the to nominate candidates in full sympathywith favor the continued supremacy of our party
every Havinc Democrats rise to the occasion, nominate the reform sentiment.of the country. in this State, and who are willing to aid the
to their welfare what-
tiny. given
thing to strengthen, the considerationswhich : Governor and him National Democrac- its struggle for
Cleveland give an honest
}prompted my withdrawal from public ever of health and strength I possessed or NEWS NOTES. victory in the campaign now opening, to-
could borrow from the and support in his own State, we believe they unite through our in.
life. To all why have addressed me on the future having party organization
subject, my intention has been fairly com- reached the term of my capacity for such will carry the election.-Boston Herald Ind. Steel pens are,generally made of the finest sending delegates to this convention.

iminicatfi. Some of my more especial labors as their welfare now demands I but Henry Ward Beecher is not the sort of a' 'and'most costly steel. In some European, S..PASCO P. FLEMING, Chairman, Jacksonville.J. Monticello.F. .

friends, under tghe sanction of their own submit to the will of God in deeming my man who stands by a nomination that he countries those which have been used are A. IIE.. iDERSON Tallahassee.

names lijive pub>aicly stated my determination public career forever closed. doesn't like. Being asked if he intended to carefully saved, while we throw them away WILLIAM SCOTT, Sanford.

to be irreversible. That I have occasionnow SAMUEL J. TILDEN. support Blaine and Logan he replied : "No, by the ton. Secondhand steel pens are

to conside>? the question is an event sir; count me out ; put a good Democrat up utilized in the manufacture of watch springs CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC CONJ"E"VTIOY.
and I will fine knives etc. In Dresden it has been
vote for him. I can't tell you
for which I The
hale' no responsibility. THE WELLS.
made to the democratic how sorry I am that Mr. Arthur failed to receive planned to collect and sell them for the SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.At .
appeal me by masses, Like of citizens
many astonished
the nomination. He deserved it.. benefit of the education of poor children. a meeting of the Democratic Executive
with to them
apparent >Unanimity> serve
to find that several artesian wellsin
Committee of the Second
once more i is entitled\ to the most deferential town which had almost or entirely ceasedto Under no circumstances" will I support Irrigation is a'matter of such consequence of Florida, held in Congressional'District Jacksonville on-

consideration and would inspire the dis- vote for Mr. Blaine. in' California that a State convention has Thursday the 29th of 1884 it
flow, burst into new life on the opening May, was-
positioivjtp do :anything desired of me, if it 'of Jumbo" at Mr. Kennerly's. We have The same independent elements that com just been held to consider the subject. Irrigation ordered that a convention of the Democratic

wererorVistent my judgment of duty.I been favored with the following explanation bined to protest against the methods by is only in its infancy in the State, Party county in this, on district Tuesday beheld,.the at 1st Palatka day of Putnam July- !

believe theca is no instrumentality inhuman which is borne out by the experience of those which Mr. Cornell received his nominationand and yet there are from 200,000 to 250,000acres next at 12 a. m., to nominate a candidatefor

Society 54 potential in its influence who have driven wells to great depths in the that united in defeating machine dicta- of irrigated'lands in the San Joaquin Congress, to appoint an executive committee

upon mankind for good or evil, as governmental neighborhood : tion in Judge Folger's? case are now crystal- Valley alone, and there is no part of the for the district, and to consider such '
other matters be before it.
for action Blaine and State; except the extreme' northern counties as may brought
izing ,
joint against
machinery administering justice After penetrating sand and alluvial deposits The basis of representation will be the sameas
and for making and executing the laws.ot for fifty or sixty feet clay is reached Blaine principles and with much greater in which irrigation is not a live ques that prescribed by the State Democratic-

\ all tare eleemosynary institutions or and under this water, and next rock, usually provocation than they ever had before. The I tion. California, says the San Francisco .Executive Committee for representation in
voter who docs'' not the I Alta is'more in need of the fertilizing agency the State Convention.The .
private benevolence to which philanthropists this independent wear
coquina. After cells often of some several counties in the district are
may devote their lives are so fruitful in depth are found and the auger drops in shackles of party is no longer as formerly, I of artificial irrigation than most of the countries requested to select delegates to the Con-

Benefits as the rescue and preservation of these several feet to the bottom. Then a a curiosity ; he is an important factor in I in which the art has been practiced'' gressional Convention at the same time that

his machinery from perversions that make stratum of rock, then another cell, and this politics. And in no State is he more for : since the beginning of historical times but they select them to the State Convention, as-
be .
midable ,than in York-a the matter of accomplishing it is a difficultone far as may practicable.E.
it the New State that
instrument of fraud and
conspiracy, continues to at least three or four hundredfeet. M. L'EscLE, Chairman
crime, against: th'<5 most sacred rights and Now, the town well drew its supply may, and in all probability will, decide .the owing to conflicting interests. ".. B. YOUNG. Secretary.

interests of the people. For fifty years, as a-: from one of these underground lakes till the November contest.-New York Herald, Ind. If Prof. Bailey's statements are correct,
Call for a County Convention.The .
private citizen, never contemplating an source of the flow was exhausted then ,the To a large section of the Republican Party we shall soon be independent of Englandfor
Conservative Democratic of
official career, I have devoted at least as auger from the "Jumbo" passed throughthis the news that the fierce struggle at Chicagohas our supply of tin. He reports that the Nassau County will hold a County party Convention -

much thought and effort to the duty of influencing lake to the next and let up or down, a ended by the nomination of Mr. Blaine Black Hills region is able not only to sup- at Callahan on Saturday, June 14th.

a right action of the Government new supply. Thus a fact which seemed so will appear ominous of disaster. To them ply this country but the whole world with 1884, for the selection of delegates to repre-

and< institutions of my country as to all strange is easily explained, and we render the event will mean that the party of sound tin for centuries to come. The,centre of the sent be Nassau held County at Pensacola at the, State June Conventionto 25th, 1884,

other objects. I have never accepted official thanks .to the geologist who gave us the government and of high moral purpose is tin district appears to be Harney Peak, itself also deligates to the District Convention.
service except for a brief period for a special science, and to Mr. Ray, who let in the lightof required to abdicate its place as the ex- the principal'mass, and from this pointit The Districts'are entitled to delegates as-

Purpose, and only vhen the occasion seemedto his our problem.-Palatka ponent of principles and to undertake the spreads over an area measuring twelve follows:
experience Precinct No. 1.................._......11 Delegates ':
require from nip that sacrifice of private Ncics. exculpation pf a man, and to them it will miles by seven or eight. The: tin-bearing Precinct No. 2........................- 2 h
Preference tj the;public welfare. I undertook appear, as we believe, that the decision of a rock he says can be quarried from the sur-. Precinct No. 3.......1................_ 2" !t'
the State administration of New York Dr. E. P. Hyatt of Philadelphia, has determined National Convention no longer reflects the face instead of being dug for and followed Precinct No. 4........................- 2 ii",
because it : to build in that and he has veins of it Precinct ':No. 5........................_ 3 '* ;;..,
wus: supposed that in that a crematory cityor matured judgment of a great party holding under ground seen ..
PrecinctNo. G........................-4 ..,
0'11coull' the executive power be arrayed i very near it, and he hopes to have it in itself responsible for. the guidance of the measuring more than fifty feet in width, Precinct No.'7........................- 4" ', ..
00. the sid$ of reforms to which, as a private operation during the coming fall. He says nation, but is the chance result of a contestin which will average much better than Corn- Precinct :No. 8..2 .

cItizen, I had given three of" life 'there is a growing demand for such an in which intense ambition the most degraded wall. The stream-tin, which can be obtained Precinct No. 9........................_ G .'- ,"
years my Precinct ,.,'o. 10...................._ 3 ",
f accepted<< the stitution. Our cemeteries the reservoirsof and will about 75 "
nomination for the Presidency are political methods clamor ofa by sluicing, yield percent "
Precinct No. 11...................._ 2
In 187G Because' of the general conviction disease, and the people have begun to mob within the hall of the convention of pure tin, and this.he says is aloneso The voters of the several Districts are requested -

Nut 1 my candidacy: would best present the recognize that fact. Another reason is econ have had a victory. We need not enter upon abundant that all the 'companies that to assemble at their voting placeson

issue of ref ljrlJl which the .Democratic ma- omy. Of late years funerals have become so any formal declaration of our own entire could possibly work it could' go gn for Saturday, June 7th, and choose delegates, I
them in said Convention
. Jontrofthhl'. plo. desired to have worked expensive that people have in some instances agreement with those Republicans who thus twenty years without, exhausting it. Yet represent By order of the Executive Committee, ;

Out in the;! Federal Government, as it had had to place a mortgage on their property- fail'to find in the nomination any fit expression this is but the waste, so to speak, of the II. J. BAKER, Chairman.J. t

been in tiT:{i >f the State of New York. I raise the money to bury their dead. of,'the- established principles and main deposit. .' A. EDWABDS, Secretary.i.t I \S

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WOOD SORREL. I that people paused to listen' as we I ing in business,for myself. employed in nearly every wholesale umph, I told you I'd show you some
t --- ,. : hush our rude voices when unawares 4 May I ask,''he said, 4 what busi- timber yard in London. Among these thing beyond y u. Why, that log has
r I';; My(Once cl learet more.:' love I've thy;;atlu'rol flowers it a-bloom to-day-: we are startled by the lark. ness you purpose starting in ?' was a workman named John Fraser, ,been in stock these six yean,and no
'.i j. As through the tender forest's gloom Edward lIayn"was.a jovial, light- 41' Something the same as I have who had always struck me as one possessed i i one will look at i '
i I took my lonely way. hearted fellow,; tall too, flat-chested, been at, I.said, ''feeling still more un-; of a shrewd knowledge of timber &U 111 bring ,:Mr. V""atl ins this very.
: I j Jr,) Half hid'"'neath sprays of bramble vine, I lightly built, and lithe, with animal comfortable. As with me, he cduld give no day, I answered, and m a few nmutes
P, j";- The fragile blossoms light the place. spirits enough for a parish, good, heart 14 4 Oh 1 l' he ,cried, with a smile, you reason for the conclusions at which he was out of the yard.
t As once those sad sweet eyes of thine enough for a county, and as much are. going to be'a rival of ours ?' arrived. He simply said : 4I like It:' .That afternoon the manager of
1 flower-like face.
3 kit up a would like in No. I hastened to 41 'I do'nt 4Buy it 'Let it.alone :Marston & Co. and I
i .w 8 .* good sense as you to see no, say or ; or ; I went back to t
I t ; i-Tlbe 8elr- ame charm to thee-to them, any fine, handsome, dashing young intend buying and sell on commissionand 41 think it will turn out well/'01' 4I am Fraser.
4 ,: i? I Hath by a word of God been given, I wish Sir if I it is I 4 \Vell said the
4 ,The opal VhiniiiierinK diadem. fellow of seven-and-twenty. Althoughhe to know, may sure no good. manager Bayliss,
;; f Thou wearest now in heaven had not been up to this at all count on you as one of my patrons/ cannot explain how it was, but, I I thought you had some gumption
;. maid blameless, he was, every one said who 44' You may count. on me,' said he, felt drawn toward this man Fraser, and ; until now. Why, it wouldn't pay for
t' i:Ah Green, loved are and the&Jeaor t unequaled fond regret, knew him well, of the best kind of cordially, doing all for yon I may whenever I went to where he was employed the saw. I wouldn't take a gilt of it.
,)t;]1\' thy lone lover sadly laid raw material from which the best kindof fairly do. Young: Bayliss,' he added I made it a point to meet him I wouldn't pay the carriage of it to our
-.t t ;f.IT' 'in. Spring's gay carc.met. Englishmen ate] made. gravely, if you want a hundred or and have a chat. It will not seem place. It's a regular weed.
4 rTli: v spirit surely haunts the path When all the oratorical formalitiesof two you have ''but to say the ,word. like boasting on my part if I say I wasa 441 own I was greatly discouraged,
c ,-; Where I in retrospective: mood the breakfast had been, compliedwith : You can pay me back just as you better judge of logs,than he. It is but I was more disturbed than di -
I\;Seek the! sole solace memory hath, hour ; the truth. In I could
{, The bliss of quietude. and yet an was to spare please. simple my experiencehe couraged. not get out of mv
before the, bride and bridegroom sat 441 thanked him most sincerely, and rarely hesitated; and was, I may mind that there was some secret hid
} t 'kr&1' 'farfall light prec'l1cs me stilt, out upon their honeymoon, the master told him that for my present purposesI say, never wrong. He was not often den in that log. J I lay awake half the
r f !};Sqmcp\0; Sl1! i'or tent shadow race intangible.falls Oil grass'; I of the house rose and said : wanted little"or no capital, except. astray, but on many occasions he would night thinking of it. When I slept I
!i; O'er me, from thee doth pass. 11 There is just time before the just what would keep rae going until I decline to give an opinion any way, dreamed that Marston & Co. bought it
gib., I 'bcfciding o'er the faint veined flower- young people leave us for a little story, had got my 'scheme into operation., merely saying the thing was beyond on my recommendation: that it turned
Mid, which has been blameless st'cretbe-, 44 4 And he said I what him. out and that old
. i 1. 'avl' ; :rime eidolon-on slender stalk, a may ask{ badly, iny employers:
a |!1 rA gain keep love's trysting hour, tween my wife and me for many a year. axactly is your scheme !I' One wet, dull, miserable forenoon told me they would have nothing
I .t ;, ;' !.And catch thy low-toned talk. Some of you are old friends, yet I 4 Well, sir,' I said, I imagine I in February I went into the yard'where further to do with me, and bade me
"" r :4 "'JIne} yet 1, in some sweet, subtle sense think the memory of none of you am a good judge of fancy logs-' Fraser was employed, I had good-bye forever. Next morning
I !' '. : :in stillness where no rude note jar::!. reaches back to the circumstance 444, So they tell. me, so they tell me,' nothing to do that day. I knew no when I awoke, I was still more unsettled
: ?'1hcre.maranth! blooms, and Innocense, which caused me to call this house the said he, 4 and that is the reason we are fresh consignment had reached that in my mind than I had been
$ |i And {$Jon-el's. silver stars. Temph Bar. Log Hut. sorry to lose you.' yard since my last visit. I felt depressed the previous evening. I need not uv
.r r !}. ; It has been my good fortunegoodfortune H. And my notion i is, that if I go l l, discouraged. The present that I attached no importance to mv
1 ,\i T//Ei LOG HUT OF CLAPJIA3T.i for which I am ever grateful to about here and there I may be able to year had not opened even as well for dream. But still my dream helpedme
1 f I .< r_ heaven-that having begun life with a .find logs which the owners want to me as the former one, I began to to one determination. I resolvednot
1 Of $11 the suburbs south of the modest education and no fortune, I sell and which my judgment tells me think Jane and I would have indeed to urge the purchase of the ma-
a''Thames, Clapham has the appearance have arrived, toward the close of my are good value for the money asked. very long to wait before we could start, hogany upon :Marston & Co. Then,
Sao; { the .most homogeneous prosperity. years, al a position of comfort, nay, And, sir, when I asked you to helpme ever so modestly, our little home. I after long and careful thought, I made
i j Its ; w*vys are broad and open, its moderate affluence. with your patronage I meant that, found Fraser sitting idly on some up my mind as to the course I should
\ houses substantial and well kept. An I began life in the city of Londonin supposing I came across a piece of square Quebec timber. Because of adopt. I went to the city and soughtmy
": l Isitrof! comfortable. competence; is.to be, the office of a largo timber firm. At timber which I believed would cut up his judgment? in logs Fraser was allowed old employer. I said to him :
1 f.J : \:: fun'rd in its 1 quietest: nooks, while the' sixteen I entered the office, and, untilI well, would You buy upon my judg- great l latitude, in laziness. In, When 1 was leaving you, sir, more
,., ; : splendor 1 of city riches shines on its was close upon twenty, was occupiedin ment and so put the commission for fact he was retained almost wholly for than year ago, you were kind enoughto
4 .. : XH* !: Ito re conspicuous squares and roads the ordinary routine of the counting- the sale in my,; way ?' the purpose of appraising uncut wood. say you would lend me one or two
.'f! !i ;ijia; terrace. The Common, is its glory, house. I never cared much for desk- 444 A very good idea for you indeed,' He was in a peculiarly morose and taciturn hundred pounds if I wanted it to start
+ 'jI J: the crown: of its affluence. To live on work, and I was glad of the oppor- said the old man. 4 A very good no- humor. I could get nothingout me in business. If you have the same
1 f I! ( la ham Common means an obliging tunity of leaving my desk and takinga tion indeed. I understand you have I of him but negatives: It was nota confidence in me now as you had then,
; : :l banker: efficient servants, gallant position in our great timberyard.Hero : made no mistakes up to this, and I nice day ; There was no news; Nothing I would feel very much obliged to you
'tl' .: < hbr'ses' and no" more personal knowl- was a life of physical activity, have no doubt that we shall be able to had( arrived since I was there indeed for a loan 'of the money.
F i! edge of bankruptcy than a Kafir has in which I found scope for judgment ; do a good deal with you. Of course, last. It did not seem as if the seasons 44 The old man pushed his spectaclesup
j of etlieticisin.J at the office I had done merely me- you know all things of that kind must were now as they had been long ago. on his forehead, and looked at me
,. : j Of>all the houses on Clapham Com- chanical work. be done through :Mr. Watkins, the Two large timber firms had not been for a moment in silence. Bayliss, I
.x \ lOn the most spacious is the Log Hut. Marston & Co., bought and sold master of the yard." able to pay their way, and were bank- have just the same confidence in you
i '' :\ It :stands} with four fair walls against wood of all kinds-Swedish, North 44 4I have already spoken to Mr. rupt. There was no knowing but that as ever. You can have the money,
, j :} the four lights of heaven. The ex- AmericanVest Indian, British Afri- Watkins, sir, and he says that, with his own firm was in a bad way. It with pleasure/ Then readjusting his:
t* rior aspect is large and free ; re- can. I quickly became master of my your permission, he will be glad to was now pretty sure that the end of spectacles, he continued : To show
: W I sensible without pretentiousness!. ; business. I liked it, and )liking in help me.' the world could not be far off. He how much I trust you, and believe in
4 r, ,} .i':. without prodigality. need not go into technical detail ; it and found myself free to do as I pleased logs, and he began to doubt mine. intend doing with the money. Wait
.? i The, interior more than confirms the will be enough if I say that when, I and with about 80 in my pocket.It "At last he said to me, 4I know a moment. He took out i check-book
(; :':. : cjutw'ard? promise. In summer it is reached five-and-twenty years of age I so happened that the first day of there isn't a better judge of stuff in filled a check up for 200, and handedit
I .' :' ;\ 'iIiull:: of subdued sunlight, and open to was one of the best judges of logs in my liberty, and the first day of the the rough than ,you, although you area to me.
. ..1 ';.a'ryyJ, ; ': the wandering perfumes of the gardens London. To those who now nothing Easter vacation, were the same. I young man, but wait till you come My eyes filled with tears of grati-
f''' 9 :.'. beyond. It is still without being of the business it may seem that littleor thought that, after ten years' close application to my years, and maybe you'll fancy tude at the kindly act of this good l old
.I. .: ;' )hushed. The silence seems al- no skill is required in selecting to business, I owed myself a your own opinion less.' man, and for a moment or two I could
J' ('1 !' \vays. either brooding? over music fiVd, timber. But when we come to consider little holiday, and therefore I went to 44 Perhaps I may,' said I, but so not trust myself to speak. As soon as
I- : .': t: 4r ', awaiting melody. Sounds which I the wide difference of prices of Jane and told her I had determined to far as I have gone I have never made I was somewhat sure of the steadinessof
'.; '.. r abroad. strike harshly upon the ear fancy wood of the same kind the do nothing until the vacation was over.I a very bad guess yet.' my voice I said, 'I cannot thank
;',it .' !: -<':come; mingled with a murmur leaves, value of an expert will appear. often look back to those first days of Aye, aye, aye-youth is ever over- you sufficiently, sir, I will not try.
\ f :. 1: iind arc no more than the stray, full- At this time I had a salary which independence, and think that in them bold. When I was your age maybe I I hope you may never be sorry for
e t"r ::1 bodied, notes of an incomplete tune. will appear, while sufficient to keep a began the great happiness and pros- too thought I couldn't be taken in. this, and I hope you may never be
:' :t"J> ; In Winter huge fires blaze for wel-' bachelor ,in a homely way, was alto- perity which has seemed to increase But 'tis wonderful how we lose cour- ashamed of me.' .
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1 %1, n jjleaui, the drapery grows mellow, the wife and family. ButH-here he 44 When Jane's school reopened I i twice as readily as I who have had Bayliss ; I am sure I shall not,' lie
r. t i 4 : ;:: carpets catch the warmth, the ceiling leaned with a pleasant: gentle cour- went to work with the vigor of hope five times your experience. Tell me,' said with generous good nature.
x'!! ._ !: throws down the glow of the ruddy tesy toward his wife-" I had made up i and determination. For the first yearI he cried with sudden animation, 'were 4 It is only fair, sir, that I !should
a ...! p : Sight:, Soft chairs and couches woo my mind who my wife should be if was moderately successful, I sold to you ever downright beaten by a log I now tell you,' I said, that I want
1 t j, ..1!. 'r ',. :ihe stranger to repose, and importune ever I married. Out of my small sal- :Mr. Marston several pieces which turned yet?' this money for my first speculation. I
fir.1 ''; !; him., to de ay. ary I was able to lay by a little money. out to his satisfaction, but at the 4 Never,' I answered with a laugh. intend buying a log with it and some
I' Ir., : :: The master! of this house, :Mr. William We used to call this her dowry"herehe end of the twelve months my financial 41 daresay I have not been long enoughat of my own savings.
L p ,I, ': f. It : : : Bayliss, had just reached that bowed again in the direction of his position had not improved. I had the business.' ,, 4 Ah I' he laughed I told you it
: ': I' : : peridd of life when, fortune having wife-" for she was an orphan, alone in made no more money than if I had re- 44' Would you like to be beaten ?' he would come to your rivaling us in the
t ? '1, I ., : .favored; him, and he being untroubled the world, and kept herself on her mained in the yard. I felt sobered said, getting up, and infusing what was end. Now that you have told me FO
d ;d t 4, : ;by any later growth of ambition, he slender earnings as a schoolmistress. but not discouraged. I was seven- for him a great deal of animation into much, tell me little more. Why are
: ; =was }little disposed for new enterprise, Three or four sons.of members of and-twenty, Jane two-and-twenty, andI his movements. not we to buy this log ?'
; :i ;J'.L : : and made up his mind to live what the firm were in the business, so that thought it time we were married, 44 4 If you've got anything in stock Because, sir, its the only one ill
,.x f, i .might be yet'given to him of life in all I, being without capital, had little or but I could not conscientiously ask her you think will beat me,' I said, 'let me my experience I ever was doubtful
'l i:1, .; the peacefulness: of moderate use. He no chance of ever attaining to a part- to share my small and now uncertain see it.' about, and I could not think of allow-
'. :' :was sixty years of age. nership. There were, of course, men income, and I had determined from '' 4 Come,' he said defiantly, and with- ing you, after all your kindnesses; : to
r ; i;': Mr. Bayliss was a man of rather with much larger salaries than my the beginning that she should give up out another word he led the way to a me, to run any risk. And now, sir, I
i' ', : more than the middle height. His own, but they were older by twenty school teaching when she became my remote corner of the yard where, I had have to ask you for an additional fa-
' t 11; figure: was but slightly stouter than years, and waiting for dead men's wife. never been before. vor. Will you allow that log to be?
; forty: years ago. He had large, kindly shoes is bad work. I plainly saw that "At this time the art of veneering I followed in silence. In a coupleof cut for me in your yard ?'
. :' ; :. :blue: eyes, abroad, unwrinkled forehead marriage was for me out of the ques- I was perhaps at its height, and for the minutes we stood opposite a pieceof :Mr. Marston said he would be
ii j : ; and, save where a fringe of,gray tion as long as I staid with :Marston & benefit of any one who knows nothingof mahogany. happy to do so, and I went away witha
,. ;. :,,J 1 :hair; ran round the lower part of his :Co. Accordingly, when I was about that art I may say it is simply that Eighteen feet by three feet, by sense of heavy responsibility and
?' S t.. is j :head:' he was quite bald. He did not six-and-twenty, and had .saved close of covering what I may call base wood three feet,' he said. What do you gratitude too deep for words.
,t'weiwhiskers, beard, or 'moustache. ,upon a hundred pounds I went to the with what I may call precious wood. make of it?' "That day I bought the unpromising -
t,? : In youth he had been good-looking. head of the firm and explained my Logs of mahogany, walnut, satinwood,' "I looked long and narrowly. Therewas piece of timber for two hundred
!'In. age he had a singularly gracious, case. I told him I felt, as far as the rosewood, and so on. are cut into thin absolutely no indication of prom- and sixty-five pounds, and( the next
k t benevolent face. ,business and treatment I received leaves about the eighth of aninch ise in the wood, and yet I felt an un- day it was in Marston's yard, in front
j : ]\Irs.\ Bayliss, five years his junior, went, perfectly satisfied, but that I thick, and glued down on base woodIn easy desire to come by that log in some of the great circular eighteen-foot
r i! ':and 'married to him thirty years ago, was anxious to push my fortuneso the process of cutting half the woodis way or another. Not only was thereno saw.
:reflected many of the leading characteristics that I might settle in life. lost; but supposing an inch thick- appearance of promise, but it looked Watkins could scarcely restrain:
: I 1- of his expression. She had Old :Mr. Marston was extremely kind. ness is required, you can have, at the uncouth, ungainly, and certainly a his laughter, and I really believe that
I :. been his good wife all that time. She He told me they were greatly pleased expense of a quarter of an inch of ma- superficial ,glance would induce any but for the sake of old friendship, he
tl belieVed there was no better man than with me, and that they would do any- hogany and seven-eighths of an inch of average buyer to pass it over. How- would have treated me with open
l : ; he. 'in all the world. thing in reason rather than let me go, common wood what seems to be inch ever: it was, the longer I looked the scorn. But at the bottom of his rough
k k To this good couple one daughter but that certain infrangible conditionsof mahogany. Quarter of an inch and less I liked to leave it there. Some- nature there 'was a good deal of kin -
: had]1 been born. Kate was her name. promotion existed that I could not seven-eighths of an inch would, be, of thing drew me toward it, but whetherit ness which he took great care to con
: J ., ;, And now this day, in the middle of be put over the heads of my seniors, course, an inch and an eighth, but the was the fascination of attraction or ceal. So that after the first surprise
a ( :) leaf)'' June, Kate was to be married. and that,although he was willing to eighth of an inch flies from'the circu- the fascination of repulsion, which at my purchase ,he tried rather to en
,.,, :I c[ i SheJwas: to marry Edward, Mavne, the increase my salary to the utmost limit lar saw in mahogany sawdust."It chained me to the spot, I could not courage than depress me, and said
+k I choice of her own heart, the only -consistent with my serviceshecould was in selecting logs which decide. that perhaps the log:would not proveso
} '. 1 i sweetheart of her girlhood, and the not on any account overstep the might be profitably cut into veneer I Do you know the price they are badly as he had supposed. And
'; i\suitor(:) =who had won the' love and ref limit. I explained that the increasehe attracted attention at :Marston's yard.It I asking for it.?' I said. you know he said, in any case we
r J r tY f l r specit of her father,and mother. offered would not 'meet my'' views was on my judgment in this lli'atter '',' Three hundred,' he answered laconically shall be able to let you have at least
'. : Kate was,twent -two, tall and lithe, and that I had determined to leave as I started in life on my own account., ..' half your money! for the stuff when it
f j liacl+dark eyes and a round red cheek, soon as a substitute for me was sup- My plan was simple. I wandered from 444 I'll go and see Mr. Watkins is cut up. However queer it may
'k i i and,! red lips and dark-brown hair, plied. place to place, from sale to sale, from about it4 /' turn out, we cjan either work it up
.I. ': ::: | with here and there flaws of lighter Mr. :Marston then asked me whatI yard to yard, spying out likely-looking Yes,' he said in a jealous tone.. ourselves or sell}it/
s 'i:- j i hrovvn'that made rich gold of the sun- proposed doing. I remember,; as pieces and bringing news of them to But what do you think of it ?* At last the treat saw was started,
t ., She smiled oftener than though it was but yesterday the mixture manufacturers. 441 watch
; ; ligh, really don't know/ I said in and Watkins and I stood by to
I I i lau hod. but when she did laugh there of pride and humiliation I felt I 44 In the course of my wanderings I perplexity. the result. The first and second leaf
!a \vasisuch, a tone of exquisite enjoyment. when I told him that I intended start- naturally came into contact with men 4' 'Ha,-ha, ha !l' he laughed in tri- came off, and covered nothing but a
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I : \ : ; : ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JUNE. 14.; 1884. I

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dark l-entre line running down the observed that among the presents I RAILROADS. For information respecting routes ratty, I Arrive at Thnmasvilk-! daily at......' 6:45 a n>
The third showed a I etc., apply to General i Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Albany daily at ?...........11::,0 a m
Hength. which kind friends have in
whole poured ;, dina. or to the Company's; ; offices in Jack Arrive at Montgomery, ..1aih'Dt....... 7:57 a mArrive
thick'&sting, .and blurring of this line. upon Kate, my daughter, on this occasion T DI CARD; sonville., at New Orleans daily at...... 9:50 p in

The fourth >vas broader, and still more there was none from'me. I have OF THEFLORIDA Arrive at Nashville dailvait8:10 a in

The same characteristic RAILWAY & SAVIGA7IOX FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily\ at......... 3:00: p in
hll1rre app kept this story until now in order to COMPANY.In .
Arrive Cindnnati daily at......... 7:25 p inAfrn
;1reP:. increased in the fifth. The give point. to my wedding gift. The ; CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. e at St. Louis daily at........... 7:50( a in
Effect May 10th 1884.
ixth I .;:nil seventh revealed the mark- carriage is at the door, but before the II.:,(JACKSONVILLE TO CIIATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.. ) Arrive at Chicago daily at............ 7:00 a m

jn g-| )broadening and! assuming fometlim young people set out, accompanied by TRANSIT t PENINSULAR DIVISION: W} .TARH.. Pullman Palace Sleeping> Cars on this
: definite At the No. 1. No. 3. Train to Chattanooga; via Jl' UI'.
a shape. the of all I think it '
like wishes
i g good only (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR, KEY) Accom. Mail. Pullman Palace> Sleeping Cars: Gainesvilleto

(>eighth It the! grain took a sharper outliner right that the present J intend for (Central or Ninetieth Meridian.f. Time.' ) Leave Jacksonville! ...... 8.35m 5.55 p m Savannah. !

: .Ve were now two.inc es into them upon the, occasion of. their marriage Arrive Baldwin ............' !9.12 a in 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
I' GOING SOUTH. Leave Baldwin............ 9.13am 7.45pm Sleeping! Cars on this Train to "'a hiu tol1.
the wood."uTvo. is the Log Hut at Clapham: .Day Pas. M Pas. Lake City..........10.1.1 a m 11.04 1 p III Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville ,
; sixty-fiveyou gave for It., The Cornl ill ,Magazine. A.M. P.I. Live Oak........... 11.40 a m 1.30; p m to Savannah. '
Come I don't like I Leave Fernandina................. (0.40 4.25 .
Mid; \] Whtkins. to Madison .... ...... 1.08pm 3.45am Pullman Sleeping Cars oil this Train to
-- ---- --- Leave Hart's Road Junction...
7.10 5.03 Monticello ......... .
1.40 5.30 Louisville via Thomasville.A .
Fee coil( low your money. That is, ".MIGHTY INTERESTING HE.\DlSG.-FrnlU Arrive Callahan.................... 7.55 G.04 Arrive Tallahassee...... l pm M.la am ni Restaurant has been
half' it} I mean. 1:11: give you twoIJt1l11re1 the 1st of January, 1884. to the 1st of January Leave Callahan..................... 8.0.5 G.30 Leave Tallahassee....... 3.33 3.15p p m m 8.40 a m cross, and abundant time opened will be at allowed Way-

.] } for the log. 1885; we are to have an interesting Leave Dutton................. ..... 8.35 7.05 .' Quincy .............?. 4.35 p m 10.30 a 11Arrn.c \ for meals by all passenger trains.Connecting .
.. succession of stirring events of which everyone Leave Brandy Branch. 8.50 7.22 Chatta. River..... 5.45 12.23: at Savannah> with
nnd'saHl m
head No. a m steamers by
I spool my will wish to hear. Two military campaigns Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.10 7.47 p New >
Go on]}; I felt) excited. :My misgivin"0 ;g- are at present in progress-that of EI'' Leave Baldwin...................... !9.20 8.30 EASTWARD.No. more.York, Philadelphia. Boston and Balti-

\vcji-e fading away, and I began to Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French in Leave Maxville. 9.47 9.00 2. No. 4. Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor .
of hi11111,11. Tonquin-both of which are approaching;, Leave Highland....................10.07 ..9.25Ixave A cu11I. :\Iail.Lea'eChaWchee Xt.Y,>rk. Philadelphia and Baltimore.
hay tremulous .anticipation River.10.30 )
"* a m 1.30 p m
vi the critical point. The next session of Parliament Lawtey. 9.45
\\"e went on for another inch. is to be marked, wording: to the announced -- Leave Temple's.................. .10.30 10.14 Quincy .............11.52 a in 3.15 p m and Through> Tickets sold to all points 1)nail.
} Steamship connections, and
Arrive Tallahassee....... lit
12.55 4.50 !
could be doubt. A purpose of :Mr. Parnell by bitter Leave Starke.10.42 10.25 p p
tHere ( no reg- a through. Also! Sleeping Car berths-
Now struggle of the Irish' nationalists to'compel 1 Leave Thurston................. ...10.54 10.43 Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.05 p m 5.20 p m and sections secured
;iilai' )itfttcru! was unfolding itself. their English and Scotch colleagues to Concede Arrive Waldo..............,........11.14 11.15 Monticello......... 1.40pm 0.30:; pm : at Company's: office in.
.. give three hundred for Ireland Leave Waldo. Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55pm Astons Building, 84 Hntre.t and at Depot -
I'1} you to some measure of home-rule. : 1.15P.
'* Ticket Office, and board .
> Live i Oak.......;... 5.00pm 12.10am on People's.Line
airt WutkmNo. ?. In default of this" Mr. Parnell promises to )[. Steamers 11. B. PLANT
it: Lake .......... ,
employ his following to so obstruct the Leave Gainesville................12.10 2.10 City 0.02pm and JENME LANE.
I 'cried l, I 11 keep my luck, ,Arrive Baldwin............. 7.39pm 5.38; : am
transaction of parliamentary business to Lea Arredondo............ .....12.28 2.30
as : Leave 'BaldwinArrive ............ ............ ............ JAS. I.. TAYLOR,
gOOmi 01Jai\) render the presence of Irish members at St. Leave Palmer........ .....:.........12 41 2.55 General I'as" .
\t rh.ttx! jime I felt my future was Stephen's intolerable. This programme i insures Leave Archer........................1255 3.17 Trains Jacksonville...... 8.23pm 7.35am A. M. IVES, Agent.BOOTS .' !-Crgt'llt.
; If then.ittvnj a succession of exciting scenes in Par Leave Bronson...........:........... 1A41.00 land 2 daily) ; Trains 3 and 4 will >>
in 1 tjiQ ;J:1)IIIC: ) as we went on, liauu nt. The new reform bill which Mr. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.211.15 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but
now indicated increased, the Gladstone( proposes to carry during the session Leave Rosewood 3.04 5.' .3 will run Mondays.Only with AND SHOES.

et"cron1d: be worth a small fortune. of 18dJ, will ao" doubtless excite Arrive Cedar Key.................. 3.30 G.OO Pensacola line SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto __ 1
general interest in the United States> a* wellas daily ; and Pullman Sleepers I
:Ii'is and supposing the pattern GOING NOKTII. Jacksonville to New THE A'EIV
AS I : throughout the British empire. Vastly Orleans daily. STORE. .. .
did :amok{, develop, the wood was of more interesting to American readers will be Dai/ Pas. Xt Pas. ;J r- Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE
value than had forit. discussion to take at .t.)[. P.M. the :NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
mu'jli; chore I given place Washington Leave Cedar Key................... 7.35 G.40 Central and Western Division. :B { W. F. WOOD Jr.
1 within the next few months over our own SC'
1' Leave Rosewood.
8.07 7.15 -
reform bill. The members of
::\tf| this point some one called Republican Leave Otter Creek................. 8.38: 8.00 ST. MARK'S BRANCH.
the Congress to tariff
and he did present are opposed Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15 8.45 (TALLAHASSEE TO MARK'S. ) { Proprietor, } :El
\Vafkii: !: away, not return reform. The Democrats, it is said, nredh.iclecl -T. )
the majority of them favoring, the Leave Archer 9.45 9.25 Leave Tallaluussoe.................... ... 8.00am
until) six! inches had been cut into Leave Palmer .......................10.01 9.50
minority opposing it. Which will get the Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05 a m O
leavs.: I I was! now in a state of tu- upper hand? Will the high-tariff; Democrats Leave -\rrec1onllo..10.3 10.40 Arrive St. )Iark' .......................... 9.30am: QII
( excitement. Not only had coiiperate with the Republicans to maintain Leave Gainesville.10.40 11.45 Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a. m
inulinojis call the the.present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.23 12.40A. Arrive Wakulla I ............................10.25 a 111 T : I
what 1 :nay design expandedand act together, and :send a reform tariff M. Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30 a m .
outline but there Leave Waldo. 2.00
taken sharper bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline
could bj- longer doubt that the I 'to ?. E'er8tt> of the struggle- Leave Thurston....................11.50 2.30 CONNECTIONS. 1t.1 S S I ti.
no any pass p Leave Starke........................12.30 2.47 ;j .
baulk vlas, in my regard, a benignant I. in tliQ'Capitol at Washington will be watched Leave Temple's 2.57p. At Jacksonville, with Way cross Line for' AND I
with lively concern all over the country, all points North and East; with the Fernan
For it revealedwhat .
Irealr |f nature. and In the time the public M. dina I
Congress adjourns it Jacksonville
lieu of other of mind Leave Lawtey.. .....................1258 ;..23Leave Short Line.for Fernan- S Sar
] L expre.Miig will be for the of dina and with
ripe opening Steamers
itij any way a ; for all points on
Highland..... .............. 1.14 3.45
it, I may call a decorative Presidential campaign which, it is safe to Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River St. Augustine, etc.
say, will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors At Baldwin with Florida Transit it Peninsular :s:
treatia flt.. of t the acanthus leaf. This Arrive Baldwin 2.00 4.50
\ :
since I860. The meeting the Division for Gainesville
eard in about three-fourths of the Leave Baldwin........ ........... 2.o5 5.40 Ocala, Fer-
it11: ']' : | Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 G.OO C> CC >
rtitir l length of the grain, beginning 2d of January, and the reassembling of the At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida
Baltimore Council later in the Leave Dutton.........,. 2.40 G.15 & Western
City same Railroad.At
about ah eighth from one end and ending month will pro\'e also events of engrossing: Arrive Callahan. 3.10 G.GO Tallahass-ee with St. Marks Branch Fernandina
about! an eighth from the other. interest. But supposing the existence of a Leave Callahan..................... 3.18 7.10 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- > {{ } :mB

"What do think of it citizen concerned about none of these things, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.05 urdays.At .
you Watkins.4t4Its l now still he will need to read The Sun for news Arrive Fernandina................ 4.38 8.40 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- : { Cor. Centre & Third. Sp
I crij-d }Iriumphantly of the thousand and one other events of ;J&r- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cola it Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-

] wonderful he said. 'It's interest that go so far to make up the current Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. sacola, :Mobile, Montgomery[ New Orleans,
the finlvt thing of the kind I ever history of the world. The period is Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, TIIE NE" STonE. : i
I'll twice what one of rapid movement and the citizen who and Northwest, and with all boats for Apalachicola -
aome, give you does not take a paper is sure to be left be DIVISION. Columbus and Eufaula.
you lpi iJ.'hat do you say ? It hind. If a man ever means to subscribe' fora (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) The Shortest. Quickest and Best; Route to Professional and Business Cards. I ;
chance of is the time before the actorson all West. _.-----... -
isn't; (ifery day you get a paper, now GOING SOUTH. points --- -- --
making; two hundred and sixty-five the world's stage luring the year 1884 Day Pas. Xt Pas. Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths W. K.: BAUKNIGHT.AGENT. .
have taken their places and begun to play P.M. A.M. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, "
pounds-oil: one transaction. their parts. When it becomes a question of Leave Waldo. 1.00 and at new office southwest corner of Bay .

."-I'll keep my luck,' I cried. I'll securing a reliable newspaper which will Leave Dixie.........................12.22 1.30 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

keep however| it turn out. contain all the news, succinctly expressedand Leave Hawthorne............ ....12.38 1.53 A. O. MAcDONELL, -pUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER,
fairly reported the proper course to Leave Lochloosa...................12.58 2.23 Gen'l Ticket'and Pass.Agent, i > ANDDealer .
Wajrkins once more. went 3waI, pursue is plain : take The Stin. Leave Orange Lake............... 1.22 2.53 Fernandina, Fla.C. in Ice

was i in i i too; great a lever of excitement Leave Sparr's........................ 1.38 3.12 "". MAXWELL, .
to h+:'e(1; his action, but afterward I THE SUN Leave Anthony Place........... 1.51 3.28 Master of Transportation, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,

; for Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.25 Baldwin, Fla. BROOM STREET WHARF
learned; he then sent a messenger Published daily except Sunday. Leave Ocala............................ 2.45 4.20 D. K MAXWELL, 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.
Mr. Marston. In a short time the old Leave I.akeVeir Station........ 3.28 5.10 General Superintendent

man came briskly i into the yard. THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. Arrive Oxford 3.45 5.29 Fernandina Fla.

"So'young Bayliss,' he said, 'I -- Leave Wildwood................... 4.00 5.50 JAMES ]lcGI" FIN,
Arrive Leesburg. 4.35 C.30 Savannah Florida and Western AND B U I L D ER.
hear had wonderful strokeof ,
you have. a Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably GOING NORTH. CONTRACTOR
hick with that log. Oh !I' he cried Cash in advance-Postage Free: RAILWAY.WAYCROSS .
A.M. P. )!.
Alachua Street, between Second and Third,.
enthusiastically, it's a beauty. Will Leave G.50 5.35

sell=it as it stands.? One Year...........$6.00 One onth..50 Cts. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 0.35 SHORT LINE.All FERNANDINA, FLA.
you" Six Months........ 3.00 Three Weeks..38 Cts. Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 0.53 trains of this road are run by Central
Orders and estimates from distance
I head. :Mr. Watkinshas a care-
sHook mv Four Months..... 2.00 Two Wecks..2o Cts. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.17 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 28 minutes attended 25-tf
ben good enou h,' I answered, Three Months.... 1.50 I One Week......13 Cts. Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.29 slower than Jacksonville time.OX fully to. ;

'to oHe} me five hundred and thirty, Two Months..... 1.00 I Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47

double :.what. I for it but I'd SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts Leave Anthony Place............ 9.15 9.19 and after Sunday May 11, 1884. Pas A. T. BARNHILL & SONS,
gave Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.39 Trains will leave and arrive as
rather liot take the money, sir, if you Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.03 follows: Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,
don't imtid.: THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUX. Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.43 NEW ORLEANS EXPREbS.

'I'doliP: cried the old man, Til Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:30 a m FERNANDINA, FLA.,.
A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in Leave Dixie. 11.35A. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:15 a m
make itseven;; hundred and fifty. Eh ? Compact Shape. M. Arrive at Callahan daily at:........... 9:15 a m Blacksmiths Gun and Locksmiths '
will you take seven hundred and Arrive Waldo.... .... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Waycross daily at...........11:01: a m ,

fifty 1' .| -- 3S Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Brunswick daily at......... 3:00 p m Carriage and Shipsmiths.
time had third $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 Night Passenger daily. Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 3:17 p in
By'ihis we got a Arrive at Bainbridge daily at....... 5:10 p m
through!; and leaf by leaf the pattern TER Invariably Cash in Advance. F. C J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at ,Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m REPAIRING DONE IN ALL BRANCH .

had groivn in diameter and richness of Postage :Free to all Subscribers in the United (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........11:45: p m rates.
Suites and Canada. Arrive at Mobile.daily at. a m for SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINTING
design. t For a moment I wavered. GOING SOUTH. Orders -
Arrive at New Orleans at..10:10
Here was a chance of making four .- Leave Fernandina...................... G.OO p. m. at Chattahoochee daily with Pt>a m will be promptly attended to, one or
ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.36 p. m. Connecting nsa- firm first-class-
cola and Atlantic Railroad for Penso- the members of the being a
hundred and eighty-five pounds without Arrive Jacksonville............. ...... 7.40p.m. daily
m1risk whatever. Yet still I -- cola. )Mobile New Orleans. Texas. all trans- Painter. 23:
; GOING NOKTII. Pullman Buffet and
1884. Premium Copies 1884. Mississippi points.
was loth: to part with that log. I saidto to Getters Up of Clubs Leave Jacksonville...................... 7.10a.m. Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to
myself after a moment's struggle, For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.12 a. in. Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.FAST C. C. STRATTON & CO.,, .
Arrive Fernandina..................... 8.50a.m. !
ink; 01 i; swim, I will keep it. Then MAIL.
j jiJ"Trains daily except Sunday. ..........
aloud : *:;As soon as it is all cut you Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 SUNDAY EXCURSION. Leave Arrive Jacksonville at Jacksonville daily daila at. at..... 2:10 2:30 p p m m OF MACON, GEORGIA,.

shall ]have it, if you like, at what you With an extra Copy of the Weekly Leave Jacksonville.................... 9.00p.m. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p In
may: consider a fair price.' Sun one year. Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a. m. Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m MADE THE MODE BRO'SV
TEN COPIES..................................10.00 Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. Arrive.at Jesup daily at................ G:35 pill HAVE ( "')n., the author-
"I I wll$ not trouble you with any \Vith an extra copy of the Weekly Arrive Jacksonville.................... 0.25 p. m. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m ized Agents to contract for the 'sale of their

further Details beyond telling you that Sun one year, and one copy of the ,Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
cutting after cutting added to the Daily Sun three months. CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive Washington.. D.C.daily: at1L:00 p m BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .

value of and that the FIFTEEN COPiES............................ 15.00 Arrive at'New York daily at......... 6:30 a m
; by
: -my ,
With an extra of the Weekly Connecting at Waycross with Through
tune thegreat:! saw passed through thewood Sun one year, and one copy of the With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing' Room wishing to purchaewill get all information -
fintillv} Mr. Marston had said to Daily! Sun nine months. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars. Waycross to New York with- Samples as of regards different prices qualities from and styles

w hundred* and have With an extra copy of the Weekly Sea Island Route from and to Savan- JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. MODE BRO'S, .
pounds, you can Sun and one copy of the Daily, Sun nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonuille! daily at........... -5:30 p m 20 Fernandina.
n'ireen: !1 hundred 1 pounds for it, if that one year., CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.....'. 9:00 a m

will satiny you.' and from Savannah and Charleston, :Arrive at Callahan daily at............ G:20 p in
Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p In CURTIS k CO.REA'I. .
1I and all North and West .
closed::; with the old man there Getters up of Clubs will find the above points daily.AT
Leave Gainesville daily at............ 0.15 p m
and then; hurried out of the yard, and, BALDWIN FLA., Leave Newnansville daily ct......... 0:57 p m ESTATE AGENTS, .

taking a, cab, drove straight with the terms the most liberal that can be offered 3' To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee. Leave New Branford daily at-...... 8:20 p m ST. )MARY'S GEORGIA
news to Jane."Thai and all points South, West, and Northwest, Leave Live Oak ,daily at .............. 9.48 p m ;

daily. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............12:10 a m
t; was the beginning of my a First-Class Family Journal. AT HAWTHORNE, :Arrive at Albany daily'u t_............ _q::q-: a m Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges -

good fortune. The next and greatest To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p in effected.Town Lots from 25 feet to' 4
Mill S ices
good look that came to me was my SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts. WILDWOOD. Arrive at Macoiv daily at............... 7:00 a m acres, Lands and Plantations> from 5 to 5,000
With and from Brooksvilleand
Line at..12:25
Stage to Arrive at Atlanta daily p m
Wile. Since we were married we have Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m acres for sale. .

W'o pere:1: beyond my most ardent The safest method of transmitting ,money AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at-......... 1:25 a m N.B.St.. Mary's having been selected
hopes of the olden time. I have With Morgan's Line Ste nships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at......... 7:50 a m as the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi
Arrive at Cincinnatti! daily at........ 7:00 a m Canal (under the survey made for Govern
check draft West and Havana Saturday : for New
mail is by or post-office every:
always regarded that. mahogany logas by Orleans every Friday ; from ,Key West and Arrive at Chicago daily at............ 6:10 p m ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
the basis of my fortune, the foundation Havana every Friday : from New Orleans. Arrive at St.Louis daily at........... G:20pm construction of which having been grantedby
of money order. Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at......... G:30am the United States Government and the-
; my success. It has helped every of Georgia and Florida, a large
Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at..12:20 p_m Legislatures
Tampa Steamship Company's -
lne.to the building, of this house, Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.SUN for and from Key West. Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:40 p m increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe

which out of gratitude to it I have IRON BUILDING Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a in confidently looked forSee! ( New York;

called the; Log f Hut., You may have, '. Baltimore; >,>. Md., and'Frida '. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Sun, 27-3-83.1I


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No one denies that.larger vessels. may: now that he should have the second '
', reach Fernandina than Jacksonville 'FIRST BALLOT SECOND B.1LLOT. T11IRD114LLOT'
E1 r rr .. place on the ticket. 'I I B 1L.
and hence that of the
+ portion vege- I -
:Subscription, 83 per year; six months, 91.j I I !
r xl When ri a I l !
the Blaine a
c' I table trade with the Xorth, which would 'voting began STATES I = I -ma It g m a
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j OT5ce corner Centre and First streets-,second floor. naturally. seek an outlet to sea at Jackson- took a handsome lead. It was seen -;:: .;::::: I ;:: I ::: ;:: :::: :: "::: ::::: i i: I ::: I..:::: : :::: ..;
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4W.i ; RATES OF ADVERTISING.Ten 'Anile, now goes past that city by rail, and at once that nothing out an immediate 0.-,.9..... !,.. Q Ci;>!,J .:,: .-:.. "r..'.!;.,. .., <.r.. ...:,:": -t... I.'.-.:. .... I ",".'i... _:, ..::::: ':t::
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cents a line for the first, and five cents for finds cheap ocean transportation- only at combination of all the others Alabama_.?............ 1 17 ... 1 ....' 2 17 ... -1 -... -2. 17 .. 1 8 ;1--
Savannah.Our Arkansas: ......._........ ... '"
insertion. 8 4 ,2 ? 11 3 ... ... 11 3 ... 13 -
Mifrsequent 11
; would one else ahead of I California.........?.... 16 ... ... 16 ... .?.. ... 16 ... ?_ ... ,- : -
of the Fernandina Virrorand place 16 .
,pedHl local notices, 15 cents a line. any ...._....... 3'\\
r } COlorado.. : 6 ... ... ... ?. 6 .. ... .. __ .. _. -
,, ; ;Reading notices, 23 cents a line. Waldo .Advertiser are greatly mistaken if Blaine: Then began the dicker of ('onnec 1CU t......?.... ... ... ... .? I': ... ?'. 2 .6 ... .. 1stDelaware. _6 .. .
advertisements ......_.....?.. 5 1.... ... ... 5 .. 1 ... ?... 5 .. I' I I"=
rate for time applii : I' ...
upon that in 5'
r y Special they suppose we are any way opposedto ........._.. .. .
the purchasable element. Loganmen :Florida.? ? 1 7 -. ... 1 7 _. ... .. 1 7 .. ... 1 1Georgia. -
I i cation at the office. appropriations 1 for the St, Mary's river .....?........?... ... 21 .- ... 21 .. .2-1 .. ._3 5 II', -
'" took prompt advantage of the Illinois......_............ 3 1 ... 40 3 1 '... 40 .. 3 24 '"
bar. We uro- satisfied( that! the St. John's ..... .......... .. 1 40 3-1 3 : 6Iowa.
tilt. all matters of local inter- Indiana. ? 18 9 1 2 18 9 .1 .. 18' ..
;elt{iCommunicntions upon river would offer the readiest outlet, by the situation and secured the second ............_.......... 26 ... ... ... ... 26 ... ... ... .2. 2.j 10.. .2 2-1 30 ... ?. ''I. -
{ j i solicited from all parts of the county and from KansllS......_......?.... 12 4 .? 1 1 13 .2 '... 2 1 15 ,. 3 18 ..2. I '- -
:.along the lines of Florida railways. natural and artificial routes now existing, place for him Mr. Lincoln was ap- 5l: 16 ... 2 X 2 5 17 ?. 2 2 6 16? ..?. 5 9 :: -:;
for by far the greater proportion of the Louisiana...... ......?. 2 10 ... 3 ... 4 9 ... 0 .i.. 4 9 _. t '
i ::All communications Intended for publication pro- parently forgotten.Who 3laine..................... 13 .? ... ... ?. I?_ ... .. 1', ... ... ?._) 1.9) 7. I .? ':
r i;should he) addressed to the Editor; all business ducts of this State, were the bar deepened to :\Iat.land.: ............... '10 6 ... 12 4 ... _. .. 12 4 ..' ... 15 "1 : :::
:letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRKOK. a degree which can easily be attained. The will say that the Chicago ::\Ia sachusetts.....?.. 1 2 25 ... ... 1 3 24 ... .. 1 3 .2-1 ... 3 7 I I 18 .
........_...... ...
Michigan. 1" 2 7 2 15 4 5 ... 2 lK 4 3 I "
-''--------- evidence of this fact, \\hichniay. be foundin convention was in any sense a representative -: ::\linne ta...?......?.. 7 1 6 ... ;.. 7 1 6 "' .. 7 2 I ;v ..1. 2'3 11Iissis. ?... I ..:
'; :SATURDAY JUNE 14, 1884. ::\ .<;ilpi......-...... 1 17 ._ ... 1 17 1 16 ... 2 'I '?
.i existing conditions, with 16 ...
stronger of the millions of
7 grows body I Missouri:: .................. 5 10 6 10 1 7 10 5 8 1 12 11 ... 32 ._ -
every year. In order to make that evidenceconclusive I Sebraska........._...... 8 2 _. ... ... 8 2 10 .? 10 ... I -
: THE : PRESIDENTIAL QUESTION.The to mini republican voters. Already every S evada............-...... 6 ... ... ... ... 6 ... ... ... ... 6... ... ''..?. 6 .. !I... I :::
every unprejudiced we New n hire .... ... 4 ... ... ... .
amps ? ; D 3 .. ... .. 3 ... 3'_; 3 I
of the is discussing would suggest that the General Governmenthas really independent paper in the Sew Jersey.....?....... 9 ... 6 ... 3 9... 6 ... 3 11 .5 ... 17 ._ I 1 :I _.
: press country Kew York.............. 28 31 12 ... 1 28 31 12 ... 1 28 3r 12 I ?1 !'J !. ?
has its :})
t only to appropriate a sufficient sum of country signified oppositionto North Carolina...... 2 19 ... 1.., 3 18 ... 1 .. .. 9 x;
7t :< Elaine's chances. The New ....................... ... ... ... ? ....4 is: I. s 12 ', ... 1
ri _s money to make the St. JohnV bar as accessible the nominees of the Chicago con- Ohio 21 23Oregon. ... .., 23 I ... ... .1 4b ... ... _
6 I
York :Times and New York Evening as the St. Mary's bar now is, and to vention. The Boston Herald New Pennsylvania i :::::::::. 4 11 1 1 :: 423 11 1 1 .::: 50 's "i 1"2 51 's '! .-

'' : Post refuse to support him. It seems await results fora few years. Then the time Rhode Island..::... ... ... 8 ... ... ... ... 8 ... ... ... ._ s 7 1i r i.1 ::
....... ... ?
York Herald and Philadelphia Times South Carolina. 1 17 '" 1 17 ... ... ... 2 16 ... __ 2 15 I 1
will have arrived to determine with certainty .............. ... ..
.quite certain that if he is to be Tennessee. 7 16 1. 7 16 ... 1 ... 7 17 ... '. 11 12 ; :
have an immense circulation Texas...................... 13 11. ... 2 ... 13 11 2 ... 1-1 11 ... 1 la I _.
which of the two is to be selected as among 8 .
}ports ...... ....... ... ... .
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elected he must depend on straight V ennon t 8 rs .. ... ... ... S ... ... ... I
......_......... '> ... ... 2 .... 8 -.
i a deep water port, and if the evidence in non-politicians: ., business men and Virginia. 1 1 2' ... 1 ... 4 20 ... ... .. ...
:: out republican votes, and that the favor of Fernandina shall preponderate, we \Vest Virginia.....?.. 1' ... ... ... I" ... ... ... .. 12 ?. ._ ?. ,I 1.OS..v) i.... _.
.............. ... ... n.
professional men, and will exert a Wisconsin. 6 6 11 6 5 .. 11 10 ... 1 I ... _
'i Independents hold themselves aloof of the St. John's will be very willing to powerful influence ,against the Territories......_....... -r-:. 1 -=- -=- 8 .-:. 1 = = .. 9 8. = 1 i. i! 3 1! ?': _

: to make choice after the democratic yield to her claims. Totals.....,............._ 93 163l: 49 13-19 276 85 !-61-I-47- I 13,5 !1274 ;-69- ; ,,5-11 1207 I,-.n ,, 21
ticket. The New York Times the
Our usually accurate ,
tibketis nominated. It now appears cotempo- Full Yote. 820 ; necessary for choice, 4.U. -
Boston Gazette and the New York
the Green Cove fails in
tHat Mr.\ Tilden can have the nomiijation rary Spring
} if he will it its article to consider the true question Evening Pot,leading dailies within SEA BATHING IN SEASON.A i
1 accept f I

]bit| l lie asserts positively that he at issue in reference to a deep the Republican Party, openly denounce I Ir
and the nominees. OUNCE OF
will npt accept. That being the case sea harbor, and is not accurate as to oppose PREVENTION FOP. DELICATE PERSONS I OYk
Mr. Blaine will throw his whole
its inferences. The vegetable
New York will either Cleveland pro-
+ press Sea bathing is not a cure-all, yet there are I
t I soul into the canvass and use all
ducts of the do not to ,
{ or Flower. The West will country go few classes of people to whom it may not {..YYLGypR

offer McDonald. The name of Bay- Savannah because of any cheaper the means at his command to bring some benefit. For delicate constitutions JYAL gaw
achieve success. If the Democratic and for many of the complaints of de- esrwtEivna
transportation but because of greater I
afd will. come to the front on the -
C Party are united under a leadership bility sea bathing is a powerful tonic; it is I
.-1& facilities and more frequent commu
pirt| of those who look for the highest medicinal for many invalids. Of the many
l which commands the confidence and
nication. If the water at the mouth
.. : ty'pe of statesmanship and per- persons who are ((in need of a tonic and f .

1 scjnal character. The independent of the St. John's was equally good respect of the*county it ought to strengthening treatment there are but few I ';'

# win the election. who will not derive benefit from bathing
would to I as at Fernandina it would not benefit sea -
publicans prefer Bayard -
Blaine.: the interior or meet the wants of The further the democratic convention provided only that they will make haste
F" slowly and bear in mind the necessary pre-
differs from the methods of
the State for water harbor.
a deep
;:The business men of the country cautions.

t i>afe afraid' of Blaine after his South Why should the shipments from the the Chicago convention the better. The question of the sea temperature is an

The statesmen of the country assembled important one for a safe beginning. The
j 1 A'merjcan operations. It is said his interior go to Jacksonville to be i:
as honest men to promote the water must be warm enough. .A chief
rather than .
friends intend to start an acquisition shipped source of benefit in sea or river bathing is I4GPOWDER
distance would be and triumph of principles upon a plain, 4K
1 of Cujba boom to capture the South. greater indeed the'coolness of the temperature and
i ir'
of obtain-
t We do not think that the South will the time longer. straightforward purpose the consequent healthy glow of warmth I

.f interest in that scheme To cheapen rates we need as deepwater ing reform, economy and honesty in caused: by the rushing of blood to the skin ,
take iiuch i
I on leaving the water and the
the administration of national stimulating j
scheme. and as large ships as Savan- :
in annexation of Mexico :
()f an influence upon the viscera. But all this is
affairs with candidates whose records
There are few in the South who nah has, then a competition would too active treatment for the invalid at the

: Wish to go to Cuba or Mexico. arise which would benefit the Flo- are unassailable, and whose integrityis beginning. One must be educated up to the ,j Absolutely Pure

unquestionable will command the tolerance of the cold bath.
rida the railroad ,
producer just as
I Blaine is a popular leader of his
votes of the increasing class of inde= At some of the French seaside resorts, and
has ] done. POWDER never varies. A marvel
competition already
? irtyj but his followers are not the recently at some of at Marble- TIllS
p our own, as purity,strength and wholesomenessMore
The Spring suggests that the pendent voters who stand aloof from
best then of his party. He has not government head, the excellent plan is followed of giv- economical than the ordinary kinds.

has only to appropriate a : and are disgusted with professional ing preparatory baths of warm sea water in- and cannot be sold in competition with the
:f impressed himself upon the country multitude of low test short alum
weight or
aj. a high-toned honest great man. sufficient sum of money to make i politics. Let Mr. Blaine be the typeof doors. It is a good beginning for some very phosphate powders. Sold onh/ in cans.

the St. John's bar as accessible as professional politicians and the delicate women, who find even the summer ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
His character for has of 33 100 Wall Street. New York.
many years heat the Mediterranean ((75 degrees to 80
the St. Mary's now is and to await democratic candidate the anti-type. ,
I 1 Been ,on the defense: He is strong degrees Fahr,) too cool at the outset. But --.. -- -
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f is Hecarry the result a few years" In the mean THE whenever this initiation is practiced it should ;JiiJ-FINEIILLINERY
: : !: only\ where his party strong. VEGETABLE CROP.

time what becomes of the interestsof not be a long one. The artificial warmth of *. ...........................................................;;..
i the republican The trains the Florida
cinf on Railway
the bath should ba
the vegetable and fruit lessened day by day,
t :i :tate s', but it is probable that in the grower & Navigation Company's (Transit) until after a moderate time it is reduced .:f.

4 ; -;; joubtful. States he will fall behind raisers of Florida? Such a policy roads are taxed;to their full capacitywith nearly to that of the sea and the patient is ;j:............................................................
would exactly suit the interests of
,, '. the vote which Arthur or Edmunds the vegetable shipments. .Nearly proven strong enough to cultivate a more -AT-
Savannah, but would be a bad one intimate and invigorating acquaintance with
: ;;: would have received. all the shipments now made are of
t for Florida, for the only result which ocean himself. KINGTSBAZARHATS
1 j The fact is very noticeable that tomatoes and watermelons. The For this purpose a calm, warm and sunny
the Spring would have us wait for
::1 the l hurrah-for-Blaine people are the crop of both is very extensive and of day should be chosen ; a windy day shouldbe
would be to if the St. John'swould
r, y :; ; politicians-the little great see the finest quali y; The. recent frostsat particularly avoided, for the evaporationfrom BONNETS, RIBBONS,

get ,the tonnage which now the clothes and the,body is then so
of the party. There was, in th3 North will have a tendency to
comes to Fernandina.We rapid as to chill the bather both on enteringand FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.A .
? ; l f fact, scarcely a leading statesman in prolong the demand for our tomato leaving the water. Never go into cold
do not
,,, the Chicago convention. The man oppose appropriationsfor crop. The quality is so very superiorthat bath when you feel cold. This well appliesto Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mull Fichus,
r t the St..John's do not
the sensation ; we objectto all bathers, whether strong or delicate.To .
.' \\ho created greatest a good price will be maintained
i'i i appropriations to deepen its : make it effective, it is disirable to lose'no CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS.
i : 4nd secured the most vociferous apflaiiFe for some time to come.
waters but we do object to sacri- time after beginning to undress in gettinginto
G, .) was ]\\Iahone-a very fresh re- In the meantime our shippers in the water. The best time of the day is Linen Collars and Kid Gloves,
ficing the interests of the State by
ijriiit distinguished as a repudiation- the interior two three hours after and
are beginning to practi- or eating, prefer- All of the Latest Styles.
1 that the the chief object
1 st It was a queer,crowd that nominated making only or cally realise the,,benefits and impor- ably in the forenoon. It may be born in

of appropriation. mind that the beach and the waves them-
- r Blaine. The New York Sun tance of our port as a point of ship- : FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS,
selves are generally cleaner during the ebb .

as his nomination was a triumph PROFESSIONAL POLITICS ment. We have a weekly shipmentby tide than during the flood, and it is desirable Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.

i' : r'k 6f the star-routers. Year by,year the professional poli- the splendid ships of the Mallory that the air should be warm as well as the

1 If the democratic convention ticians gain ground. The civil ser- Line, semi-weekly shipments by the sea. The sun being well out, the first bath

I. places in nomination ahle from the beach may be taken, and it shouldbe -f--+I-II I 1I I II 1 I'f! I 1 II 1 i II II I -HHI -
a strong, vice reform they' regard as a humbug City of Palatka to New York via
a very brief one, lasting no longer than is
t, .. ftpright statesman and makes the pure and simple. The control of Charleston, and tri-weekly ship- necessary to wet the body from head to foot. I i SUMMER GAMES. tCroquet

4anvass in the interests of good On --f- II! !II I--I II I II I II I- { {II I II I II! I II! I i ifl -
govprnment the immense patronage of this government ment to New York via Savannah by leaving the water the bather should strip It

tr. honest administration and and be rubbed dry, and this immediately.
< the Inland
is to them as much a mat Line steamers.: Sets and Base-Ball Bats
[ ,
Indolent bathers run more risk by lingeringand
l j ir Economy, it will rally enough of the ter of business as the control of The vegetable crops brings very shivering in their wet clothes than from

}. t?est class of voters to elect its ticket, stock,'bonds and railways. The political large returns to the people of Florida any amount of swimming.-Dr. Coan in MARBLES, KITES, ETC.

4 l : unless such qualities no longer comi business seems, in fact, to be and promote all interests, gives Harper's Weekly. -\1.80-

';;+ i I inand the respect and support of the largely managed, by the same people. employment to large numbers of en- Large. Grass. Hammccks and Express: Wagons.:

!; American people.'FLORIDA'S The Chicago convention was a large terprising fanners and laborers FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER !

i it t "I ----- --------- assemblage of politicians of the and adds very greatly to the business KING'S BAZAR,

; DEEP SEA 1IAKBOR. baser sort controlled and of the lines.
managedby transportation Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.
; !i the discussion which is be- .
Is going -
j4 on a few shrewd leaders the"boon" ------ '
on According the Clinical Record, Dr. Briny FOR SALE CHEAP : !
g' Tee Machines Ice Machines
tweet a few of the State papers, as to the relative -
q : principle. Regiments of ton has always looked with acertain'amonntof
availability of the ports of Fernandina.and
Jacksonville for the future needs of the daquers went from all .parts of the disbelief on carbolic acid, but finds corrosive TJIDGIXG'S AND SLABS, 10, cents load.

.; people' of Florida, much stress seems to be.. country and encamped in Chicagoto sublimate to be the coming antiseptic.Prof. per Headquarters for
i Koch has-shown that solutions of ROUGH LUMBER,
k laid upon the greater tonnage: export from get up the Arthur boom and the
1 Fern l1l1ina the last five part of sublimate to, 1,000 parts of water will STATE OF FLORIDA,
during From .3
years, as $ to $16 per M ft.,
Blaine boom. The
Blaine men hada all and
destroy bacte/ia, germs spores.
n compared with the exports from Jackson- according to quality. Wood fe Bailie's Patent.

!{ ,'il",'. We submit that, as a guide for the long way the start, they had more The House of Representatives, in Committee DRESSED LUMBER,

: j.future, such comparison is illusive The shouters and made more noise, of the Whole, on Monday last passed $12 to $20 per M. feet.

+ j-ttxports, as reported from both ports, are while the Arthur boom was sup- three sections, appropriating 75,000 for Orders by Telephone promptly attended to. This Machine has many advantages.

1 i ;, ] mainly timber and of vegetable products. pressed under the fruitless contin- Cumberland Sound, $50,000 for Pensacola, WILLIAM Send for Circular. Address:

+ ]1"1..he rapid diminution, i in the value of the $50,000 for Cedar Key harbor, and $20,000 B. C. DURYEE, .

i i timber ex ports i is a matter of. cel'taintr".and gent of Edmunds men. There had for Tampa Bay. The bill in toto was passed Steam, Saw and Plaping Mill. WILLIAM B. C DURY E.

t i, within. .; a few years the timber trade will be- been a Lincoln boom, but it did not on Thursday. .. Office foot Centre Street. 8 23 Fernandina, Fla.

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ht'anter ; Nicholas Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the

Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of. cash pur- GOODS 'l.

chases, enables us to offer our entire stock'at such low ', -

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'\\'Cln day and Friday morningsVnSaUf have endeavored to select the
CEDAR KEY and: WILDWOOD at 9.30, ,

arriving nay rctilllh'rc for;: at VVANNAH Mpntgomery*'i ith the,City arriving at&6.30 Suburban at p..m.10.;.Rail-con- Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods. j

Leave SAV.}NNAlieveryTuesdayThurs-
,lav,.and Sata*lay mornings arriving; Fernandina and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the -
atG.lO) i-.ro.:connecting with! trams Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertln g -A :.i'
andVIJdwood.. .
Jacksonville,Cedar Key I. f
for FULL LINE of the newest patterns. :
Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices. FOur
Tlic S11.amcr f David Clark IMMENSE: BA.BGA.INSI i
Will leave iWnandina' every Tuesday and Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and for style ';

Friiljv evening touching at Brunswick and and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' .'.
Hari iJ,arriving at favannah the following '
nior to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment- of all the latest novelties. ;

I..lveSavaniah{ cl cry Monday and Thurs- J6@-We are Special Agents for BROWNING KING & CO. of New
clay 'cning afrivinj i) at Fernandina the fol- .,
lowing da,'. York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
Through tic1ct.'i slid to New York. Philadelphia
Bost tol.i,and Baltimore. BROTHERS '.BSf Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing -

For tickets: nhJ,t. IJ.stite-roonis TUCKER,,apply Agent.to elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.

; O ice fot. of Centre Street, -IN- .
i Fernandina Fla. J" dfe T.Northeast: lESLYIDID: ,
: ,. ; j. A. MERCIER,
; '' (icn,ral Passenger Agent.J. DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS; corner Centre and Third Sts.,
X. IIAttRIMAft: Manager. NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St.
; orFicns: [- FERNANDINA, FLA.

Corner and'Oc-eaT1 Sts.,Jacksonville,Fla. ..
lull; and CoSigtevs, Streets Savannah, GaEWLY '
Boots Shoes Curtains Floor Oil I Cloths.WE

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J.farni luil.i jvill IKJ opened on the 1st of
June for the r4-eptioU of Summer Visitors. I!,
Atuatp+n: tluiCmiUicrland] plateau, in the WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. ., t,,f'".
within MX milei of the Southern Chautauqua
xiunds at Moat 1-ligle. it offers unusual attractions -
for Simimer;Visitors.
The passen?'"r trains on the Nashville it; MODE BRO'S .. .
rhatt.mooWlltiJroac1. connect AT COWANwith ,
the Tracy,City Railroad to Sewanee. .
18-1y FERXAXDIXA, FLORIDA. ma r 3 '
-j'y'The cia! yes will be-per day, $2.00; ,
iH.T\veek,$l ; j per inonth,, $40.00; for the r "\ '
:1..011. (three!'Oi lI1tI18)), per month, $35.00.Sddre : L' \ ':.

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x of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEKXANDINA FOR NEW YORK
=i I PHARMACISTS 1 1t' = THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
i _. T+ ++ sonville, Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad.
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'rntre Street FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. .
t rc CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, 'The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.JUST ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- JOHNS, OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT

Dress Goods Silks Satines
For. freight, passage rates,and schedules or further information,apply to
Hitmceopattiic:and Patent :Medicines, R. "Y'. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

Proprietary and Fancy Goods, C..H. MALLORY & CO.,
Pier 20 East River New York. 51-



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;!;t- Physicians "Prescriptions
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compounded; with pure Drugs, at -

Ktuable--I--_prices._ ;,i Furnishing Goods, FINE FAMILY GROCERIES 1

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Printer and Binder. BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS "

School Books and Orange W apsXOWA TRUNKS, VALISES, ET.C.

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Liberal Y'l Discounts:i I to Teachers andTrale. =::3S0LD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS PUKE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. :" :.;

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t ;" J' GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER OOCXTY. I ,Assessturof lures-J. C. Matthews 'LIBERTY. I HOUUES.County .

: f ; County Judge-R. D. Davis::, Sanderson.. Collecur of Revenue- W, F. Trantham, County JItlgeJ.. :oloiimns.:::: E! Judge-_\. II. Brownell.
Sa i.: United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.: Ocala., 'I '_ Clerk-W. W. Jeter. : CUrk-T. 11. :Pitll lJ). .

I *i ':' : r LAND OFFICE; GAINESVILLE.Register Sheriff V. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Sclwols-I.. L. Paine, Sheriff 1:. }'. 11-sford.! I Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
?' ; ..Assessor of Taxes-A. J.V.. Cobb San Fort McCoy. T"emwrcr-J. E. Robert< Treasurer-Daniel D.
i I -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. I GiIIi .
4 r* I I; l I Receiver-John l!'. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collecturof Ret'eWle--Tho P. Shuler.Assessor Collector of Rn'enue-William Tntfcpr
*" i | SIrveor-Gcncral-\Ialachi Martin, Talla- Collector of Ret'enuc-J. R. Herndon San County Judge Chas. S. Baron, Key West. of 1lIres--m.: E.: Smiler.Supernteadentrf&poolsDr.T. I Assessor of Tuxes-J. J. Newton. .

; IIK .k.;' I liassee. derson.Superintenderit'of: Clerk-Peter T. Knight.,Key West' .II;Jackson.ESCAMBIA. ; Superintendent nfSchody-Wliitnell

'" f I DISTRICT COURT. Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. I Ci\\lrr'\."
Sanderson. Assessor oflTaxesalter Maloney, Jr..
J f ; ;' r : !'Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. Count Judge-N.'C. Slwtkel ford. Comity Judge Win. B. Junes.

; 1 I I Jfarslwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. CountyJudge] R. Richard, Providence. Collector of Revenue-Mason<<; S. Moreno, Clerk-F. K. di- la Run. Clerk-.!. I};. Skipper,.
n" 1 Walter Jacksonville. Sheriff W. II. Hutchinson.Trenfitrer i Sheriff-E.p.\ Melviii.
Clerk-Philip West.
;; : 1 I i Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key:
+, ,,:. .. :. 1, INTERNAL REVENUE. .. Sheriff W.' W. Tumblin, $tarke. Superintendent Schools-J. V. Harris,Key Collector -L'enlle-altu1 J. :S.: Lt'Otiitrd.: Palrn Treasurer "Thonuis J. Miller.
of s. Collector of Rt't'flwe-John
: j -Jacksonville.t Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright: Lake West. Roche
,,;. ',,t 1 Colle.ctor-Dennis Eagan, Butler. : NASSAU COUNTY.County Assessor of! Taxes George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Coo'k.
F 4 j r t ]i COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-N. )I. Sea rritt. Superintendent-ofSchofJs-I), II.
Collector 'Revenue
4 t 'of -Bunberry Haynes, J. Baker, Fernan Iinni
9 't .'i}, ] :John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. C.tLnnUY.Carenty.IudgeWilliam .

i t v :. f |1 .EdWlI1"Higgms, Jacksonville.! of 'Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-DniiH'l,; l McLcod, Sr. j Clark.

f' :. i John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. EHennann Fernandina. Clerk-1). G. McLiod.Sheriff Clerk-James.S. Fannin.

-.- : .:, CREVABD COUNTY:: Assessor of Taxes Wm. H. Garland, .Fer -J. W. Cantpliell.TreasurerJames Sheriff-Joseph.: S. Stone.Treasurer ; .

.t f !i State. Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. S. Rmvc'rs. -J. P. Richards:

t .} iI .I. Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.. Fer- Collector RC"l.'enlJeB. B. McLond.Assessor [ Collector of Rl"l'l./Ule-Jwl P. Atkins lo

;, I i ;/- .:, } i. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. .of T/.lxt's-D. L. Camphfll. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Hn h"

y r' I i : Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-JIM). C. Douglas. J Superintendent of Sdwols-W. G. Co.\\v\ '',
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1" W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botlium. Callahan. -
: j' ; j Lieutcn'1.nt-Golernor-Livinb"Stoll -
na. County Treasuree- Gustav Stark, Fernan- --
Collector flelenue-D. W. Bre-
tl + Crawford Tal- of McQuaig.
; : Secretary of State-John L. ,
vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.
.. r ; lahassee..a. .
j i '; Comptroller\\.. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlando. D

.t i I 7.'reasurer-Hcn A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Tlws. J. Shine Orlando. .

: ; i AttorneyGeneralGcoTse: P. Raney, Talla- CLAY-COUNTY. Sheriff{ Thomas W. Shine Orlando. .

t1 hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT
Reid Fla.Collectol". ; AITLlA.VrEVERYBODY
L Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park.

Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Rct'C1L11e-A.. Hyer, Sanford. L

4 : Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. ;

; 1 Foster, 'Tallahassee.. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks,

; :,!. : Adjutant-General-J.E.IongeTallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. Branning. Fort Reid. Q T ) DELIGHTED:
'y '. Collector of RC'IeimeA. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.

' : : ,:;': : j I Commissioner BUREAU OF A.IMMIGRATION.Robinson, Tallahas- Superintendent; of 'Schools 11':' W. Davis, Judge of Prolate U. Harrison,Palatka. ;1 WITH >< II IaI.

Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward. Palatka.
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I .+ : Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff Thomas Shally. "
Columbus Drew. Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. As1essor-A. J. Wood/:
I Special Agent-
Clerk-John Vihzant Jr. Lake Collector Xo. S Flat. Top. .,, "
'" Building, Jacksonville.M City. of let'cUlle-Joseph Price. Wltu. "" Desks of onlinaiyconstruction :
W. Lake Superintendent Public Schools J. W.
'' : Sheriff-J. Perry, City. of when
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland.. $ slight::
: Chief Jastice.-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City.Superintendent TAYLOR COUNTY.' !+t_ additional cost: you tan |h,nV(.

'' r : Associate Justice-J. Wcstcott, jr.,Tallahassee. of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. --- the benetit of our inipn,\ements

Lake City Sheriff Gn-en B. Weaver, Perry. y.,;.. ? Awkward closets aiut
1 Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry. "' -
side drawers: done
away with,
Jacksonville. County Judge. William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulki.er. I III -
,, Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallaliassee. sonville.: Perry.: i *f! :l a s We substituterevolvintcast;; :! <5.

I! I CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. t5 "' '" ri ,r ? u which swing with a siidi:

p 1 I First: 'ircuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. I. r i, ..I touch of the l hand a mill arc
Assessor Taxes Daniel P. Smith Jack- Collector of Revenue J. B. Hardee, i I
.S'" ncolti. of -- Perry. 'I' thus enabled to funii>h double
i '* Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. Assessor of Ta.res-U. L. Henderson.
I' see. Collector of Rcz.'cnue1oses J. Brown, 17.J1 g..", I I' _- _-- space generally given! on
Jacksonville. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. l I.Al_ IUIII "' ...: each side; and W ht'nl"\"
Madison arclf'i
Circuit-E. J. Vann -
: Third ,. ::
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i .J Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge'. -M. R. Cooper, St. Augus --:_ : _.:-=-==A., open, the+ whole I I interior 1 is
,<> ville. sell Jacksonville. tine. ====: "-=. ==-
i Clerk Bartolo F. Oliveros St flooded with light and I a'iXo.
: Augustine.
1 Circuit-Thomas P. Gaines-
,. 1 Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine 1-4 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without !

4 l ,f :j l'Vllle.Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa.I County Clerk-J.Judge M. -Caldwell Henry, Jl Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. Augustine.Assessor of Taxes A.* D. Rogoro, ,:bt.:; change of position. A variety of rotary Cases: are offered t for selection, and applied!

;: Seventh Circuit"". Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff-Sampson Altnian Jasper. the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of 'desks.
f .. Collector of Rct'C1tUC-Joseph F. Llambia,
,. Assessor of Taxes-J. )r. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

; ; Court Calendar. Collector of Rf."t'enuc-'V. H. H. McLcod. Superintendent of Sdwols-C. F. Perpall, TaE WOOTOH5T

a .. Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. S e
,; of Schools-J. W. Reed,
f 'i F'Vl Term- Jasper. SUMTEE COUNTY. Cabinet Office Secretary.

4 Santa; Rosa, 2d Monday in October. IIERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Lccsbur: ;:. 1

1 :, Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
L. Frierson Brooks-
Holmes 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-'V. J. S.
i i :: ville. Sheriff Dyches, Leesburg.
,, I. '1 in October. Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. The most! spacious arid elegant desk! ever presented

t II ::1; Washington, Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. B. Micklcr, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, a ? to the business: public. One hundred :anil(
1; in October. Sumterville.
Assessor of Jaxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- I shown in cut all iiiiJer
: ten compartments :
,w : ,; Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Superintendent of Schools-A. II. Ilclvcn-
: October. ville.Collector ston, Sumterville. '' t IEJ one lock and key. Especially adapted for Mer[
Revenue-F. M. Hedich Brooks-
of ,
j !, Escambia. Monday in December. ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. i t --- cps chants. Manufacturers. Bankers, Railroad I Officials
This amended section 2 of act of February -
' < I 1, 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Superintendent Dade. of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live l ; and Professional Men generally.Wooton .

I ; Spring Term. Oak.ClerkRobert
Jolm-R.: Live Oak.
; Spring Term- County .Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.Clerk Sheriff Sessions
Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Umsted Wei born. Cabinet Office Secretary. r .
fr 1' after 1st in
,. ", Taylor; 1st Tuesday Monday -Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Collector Ret.'C1U1e-'Viison H. Sessions j
t i vt, April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. of ,
:.y Madison, 2d Monday in April. Asscssorof Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
Schools J. 0. C.
: Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren. A. Givens, Superintendent of Jones
Live Oak.
f 'j 1 Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th. Monday Tampa. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., U. S. A.
.r In W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.
b j April. Superintendent ofScJtools- .
t ''Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- -----


Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. I II
1 t in April. Sheriff '\". A. Cone, Enterprise. I
Sl riff-T. B. Simkins, Monticello. I
y1' I Foil i Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen ,

't I Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. I! E
Collector Ie/enlle-P. N. Glen :
1. October. Monticello. of / Bryan 1 RU/J
Madison 2d Monday in October. Cove. ..;. ": : ; :
County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon : r !: t
t ; !.<., Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, ., :" j- *f' i i"i i-" <., S. S

;i i Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of RClenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise. ( &... .J"" .... .' ......, ",>". :
: ; in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

t 1 i I Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles. Crawfordville.
f :. I # October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood. Crawfordville.
: 1 Lafayette Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday NEWIfOEk
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA
4 .
1 in October.
e I Count Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, i
I Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town, IMPROVEMENT
; Term
r r Spring
t' : : County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- TO'YN
Clerk Neal A. : New
.r i St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. McAlpin, Troy. fordville.Collecturof. _
U Schools J.C.
Superintendent of RamseyNewTroy.
1 Clay, 4tli Tuesday in March. Ret'cnue-R. McMillan,Craw-
,; :, Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Fcrnamliua,

''' y; < 1 Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, NewTroy. Assessor of Taxes-H. II. Walker, Craw-

a ,,, 'f 5 I Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. fordville. Towns on I:. R. Line.
Revenue-Adelbert S.
r .' I'. : 1 Duval 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Ackley, SANTA ROSA.
Old Town.
1 And Cedar
+ Fall Term- Key.
{ .; Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend County Judge-John Chain.
'?t, \ J St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. New Clerk-R. 11. Shepard.
,j 4th in Troy.
5,,l : Clay, Tuesday September. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.
; ,; r ,, a' j I IS Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Collector of Rr.t'cuue-'V. J. Williams.
1. : Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
\., i Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

./. : Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.
number of the most eligible and desirable
:: i Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, POLK.
: i Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
Spring t
Lots, suitable for Business for
Treasurer J. L. Tallahassee. Purposes, or
r Demilly
,:: Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.

; .? a :. ,,' J Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of RClcnue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen. ,City or Suburban Residences,

L ; :. Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville.
.iI S March.: Assessor of Taxcs-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Re'C1lUe-J. D. Fill es. i

itS i t ; f Levy 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of'Taxes-W. H. Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS. ,

lr :March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.DADE. N1 h

t Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J.. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to 711
March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.

: Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E. Heysqr. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- I
;" L 4r. : : Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of RClcnue-TI. B. Barco Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner, J

t Marion 3d in October. Key Sheriff Wm. M. Mattaur. ,
rial enterprises, who will erect on the property i
Superintendent Schools J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan.
4 ;, Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. of -
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. ball, Bronson. Collector of'entle-"m. H. Ben est. purchased substantial
iJiu i5 ;, Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in :MADISON: COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. T
November. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. for residence, or in which to conduct then
: I son.: County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
.; Spring> Term-
y Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips.' business. !
1 Orange, 4th Monday in January.
Clerk-John Beggs Madison R1IGULAIi.
\Tolus in February. Sheriff Andrew Scott. : rECT
: Monday
m i: ''Brevard. 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heam. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS pA NEVER
Madison. P EVER'f
Collector of Ret'enue-John B. Anderson. IN
lM 't Dade,3d Monday in April. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith. :Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from OUT or ORDER
+ ? I .Fall Term.- .
Collector of Revenue B. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. NO ,
j 1L4 : Orange, 2d Monday in August. Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and EQE
Volusia, 2d :Monday in September.
': Assessor of Taxe.s-'V" P. Mad FBANKLIN.Countg cHlm:
I .' i Thompson, I N'EWR JiHGM
.Brevard. 4th : in
S :' .: ( Monday September. ison. Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to '
Jade 2d in November.
: Monday :MANATEE COUNTY.CountyJrtdgeZ.2. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. ,Yo LEWIS. '
rx ", ; 0; Crawford lanatee. Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. ,
eo f ,
'. County OffIcers. Treasurer 11. H. Porter. I j Office. cor. Beach &7th sts,' \\ ANQ \.AN14
:: Ir % 'I' Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. ,i p\ CAQo'o F P
r S ....', y, f ALACIIUA. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. .LLMASS_ GA
Assessor Taxes W. F. Parrish Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. FOR SALE BY
Sri;; : 11 I County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines- of I
town. Superintetident of Schools Henry C.'Hicks. :
; t ville. ,r / '/ .t.
1 ;r .50 ? it"i' i /erl.-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton,. GADSDEN. S. .' ....t ,E.1 ,'i !

I, st':; ; !' Slter iff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge J. R. Hams. :! ... ." : -''; ",,' HOTEL !IN NEW YORK.(

w 4 ; ,,. .Assessor of Taxes"':"-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry'S. Reeves. >i. ': I I"h
,, 5S55 (< ; i vi le.. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas :Mitchell. '; : ;ti Persons visiting New York for health, tu."ine'S

S 14! ry.f ; Collector of Ret'enue-II.C., Denton, Gaines-' :MARION: COUNTY. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. :,' ;; : P7 ; or pleasure: will IIOTEL.find first-class Location accommwlatiunsMILLER'S central. 1181'
I ville.Superintendent. S'::;(:; ..;::
r County .Judgc--Samuel F. Marshall Ocala. '1
I Collector of Rezenue-R.)1. Morgan. elevated and horse cars. Nice rooms ex.elltl1i
; I of Schools-W. N. Sheats. I I I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhanl. I ". ,::2.i. ?fi;i;:' table, moderate prices Turkish, Elect IILLER,3J!
4 k Gainesville. into .3
: < Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala.. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. .Allison. "J! ""fl Roman baths. Address E. r Yorkk
i. ,! ,,, ; and 41 Vest Twenty-Sixth St., :SeW
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-, THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : JUNE 14, .1884.. ;" ... "" :
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1)I1'hilSlhlEi' J. .I>USTllIES Niqht PuJle"ycr Train leaves PostOffice.Notice.. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. DRUGS MEDICINES ETC. '
For Cedar Kt'WiI.lwtflll. and all "
;, SOUTH. Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00
points on the Tmn.it; Road....._ 4.25 p. in. P..M. ,
Where {\ verbified'occupations, most For Savannah and all'points North '. Sunday hours. 1030A. M. to 11:30 A. M. .. : 'I' : 1 ..A.DLISI-IED: : 1875. "

i. JU1' *ill" out'of'unisideration theirjboUIW. and West............ .................... 4.25 p.m. Money Orders and Registered Letters.from, '.;.t'-.'.. ,'...'...I'1.y!.} .. !,"*;'t. 1-f. .ii1<, f, 1.1 ..1:.,. ..,

inipusaiH:: *, there, the f.lruler.and isffurth (connecting at Callahan.) '8:00 A. :M. to 1:00 p. M.; and, from 2:00 p. Ito ..',;' '-; ,<,' h'--.." ,'"'oZ.. -_'. >...c' ". 'ok",, '"

iIII the 'lO"t.; money, his products bringthe For points Tallahas on the t' Florida Pensacola.Central anll all'& 3:30 P. :M.ABBIVAL I ., .':as.; "!.;-.', _. DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY .

I 1 lar 0''wt ,nun, and he 'is able to...and, does Western Railroad.1 ..,...............'.. .4'. ..,- 1'. In. AND: DEPARTURE OF THE )MAILS. ;; +I';!:\'\tt. ? '

I his hluuls, the I highest I wages all of (connecting at Baldwin.) Transit Peninsular Railroad ';;; 1,. .!ai '

pal conartions i iintfy the greatest amount Night Patsenger Train arrives- Arrives daily ,except, Sunday........ 4:00 p. :M. ;. : : ".- : ". .;, '. ." &: CO.
which From Cedar'Key, Wildwood and Brings mails from the.ortb, the .: :? / E Ei
for this is .
prosenThereon! Peninsular ., l: ;, .' .t.' ',:'._ ,)... ;
Gulf Transit and
4f 1 all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. m. coast, : 4 ir r f : :
i:: 'ii employment to a largenumber \ -
\ factory ?n From Savannah and all points in railroads. "

iterative; 1 ?! absorbs quantities of the North and West) ................. 8.40 a. m. Closes daily except Sunday........... G:00 A. M. < ; .,-" ., r.t
niatcfijt.:i):,: generally: produced in the From Pensacola. Tallahassee!:! and Takes niails for the North, the ,, :; J.: '_ J r.h et::: .-,',._,.:... ...' --.. '
; Gulf Transit and Peninsular
w\v -
T, ))", lllim'J'' palll to the workPeocicinitl' all Western points Railroad.on Florida......Central............&.. 8.25a.m. roads.Leesburg : .',.;.'.: .. ,td"'..hat ," ..,..,',,.'-.. .

"eShry fort supply of the necestluw train arrives daily......... 8:30lI.: -,:,' .'>.1 "'...' Centre Street.FERXAXDIXA
e .
JI' Western mail ,_ ;
: Brings only. -
of life:' increasing agricultural Train leaves daily except Sunday: : 1 .
s Irl(:i Femanama & Ju."sonv !Railroad >-,
Where :i few such centres.of indus- For Jacksonville........................ 0:00 p. m. :
al Iuc'I I Arrives daily except Sunday........ 8:50 A. M. FLORIDA,
manyjsmaller: establishments I Train arrives daily! except Sunday the Jacksonville and St.
trvarccnMfrd From JacksonVIlle....................... 8.50 a. m. Brings' '
JollI I river mails. constantly on hand a fine assort-
propK\ SIL1111fl1QI&I.I

trtvof; all t! r Cpl\'eS "boom.." Not For Jacksonville./- ........................ 5.00 p. m. Arrives daily except Sunday........ 5.00 p. si. KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
mails above.
but the manufacturedoil From Jacksonville.....................10.23 a. in. Brings same as and DOMESTIC
1 is this the. case: Clones daily except Sunday......... OOO.-\lI.:
articles. them' 'lve" *he.J J product of the variou SEA ISLAND noun Takes Jacksonville, St.John's OQH RETAIL.
From Savannah Steamer:;t.Nicholas Drugs and
filctlJl'ic' ill the vicinity, are available River and Northern mails. a Chemicals
Tuesday, Thursday and Closes daily except Sunday.......... 5:30 P. M. O ,
on the ." >ut for. use, ih: the shape of woollen Saturday.................. ............... 0.00 p. in. Takes the Jacksonville,John's
bouts and shoes hardware For Savannah Steamer Nicholas P o Homoeopathic Patent Medicines,
good\l. river. Northern and Western mails. .
,>r cotton ; ,,'.... .1......' ,
Ililnwnts. furniture. tinware, glassware Sundav, Wednesdav and .Sunday,tllJmCksolvilie a """".' .... :"' o.
tirni; loll Friday....;....... ........................ 9.00 a. in. and St. John's River, 1o .i Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
; of to be brought
etc., instead t having From $Savannah by the David arrives\ ....................................10:25 A. 1>[. I N-
at an cnlunc:!il prig! from ll distance. BewJes Clark Tuesday and Friday....... G.OO p.' in. Northern mail arrives................. 0:00 p. :M, FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
thl'-t:'bei.etits. i is that of the infusion: of For Savannah by steamer David Jacksonville, St. John's Riverand t I r

life nnll'i:'orilltll lie section, consequent Clark, Tuesday and Friday..... G.OO ))in. the North, clo e*....................... 0:00: A. M, 2 A. B. NOTES PERFUMERY
:MALLORY LINE. Jacksonville and St.: John's River ,

oil: the intriiJuctiO1 of so many busy minds For New York direct, by steamships -, only, closes..... .. ..................... 4:00 p. u.i : C5
;and ilallh<,< The different industries thrive State of Texas or City of S.\ IL. T. RIDDELL. P. M. -DEALER IXH rfO IN GREAT VARIETY.

toother, and'.such :unions of labor of all San Antonio Thursday evening 7.00 p. in. r.IJ.

kiwI, wake: the active, wide-awake. proTisive From New York direct, by Gitof AN ORDINANCETo
San Antonio and State of Texa
communities with Provide for Further Protection Against Fire.BE Family Supplies ;Physicians' Prescriptions
: pjibl 'pirited) every Friday ........................... 3.00 p. in. ,
which the land is being covered. The ST. MARYS RIVER. IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR I-( i: carefully compounded with pure Drags, at

growth of Manufactures, the diversification Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- Council of the City of Fernandina : HEAVY GROCERIES. 5 reasonable prices.
::iEt.'TIUN.l. That from and after the passage
,.f industries, :care matters in which the I For. St. Marys and Crandall Tuesday of this ordinance owninga .
and Friday ....................... 2.00p.m. every person
p'/opje are'deeply concerned. The' frame building of description located
Southern any
{ For St. Marys and lungcncs)>, on c Hay and Grain
within the limits of the City of
thirty foreigners to till the soila corporate rn
trlcuuriagoT Wednesday; and Saturday........ D.35) a. in. o
Fernandina shall he and is hereby required
'.' thing to bcMesired! in many States; but For St. Marys only, Monday amid In provide good and substantial ladders sufficient C

lu'Irr? importance to the varied Thursday..................... ............ 8.00 a. in. H
u b of far 1 : see Steamer Martha arrives for approaching every part of the roof SHIP STORES- I g

imlu-tries Hi'1 tb Crandall.
Marys on
I I 2. Said ladders at the option of =
y tmtli. \.'& hoj>e to sec 1 large manufactoriesincrease : Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. in. may, r- ':
the owner, be permanently attached to the Furniture .' r-+ KENDALrS\) '
From St.: )Jar's and ) G
ankh ijmltiply, utilizing Southern lln elles<, M I
building, or they may be movable ; providedthat \ Q1
proluctsanjil!l turmi.ng; labor into fresh ,chan- on Wednesday and Saturday.... 1.00 p. 111. roof ladder shall at all times be upon GOO \ \J'J t. _=- .
and Stoves i --===
St.Imtrys only, Monday G'TIlE
the roof ready for use. f ::::---- -
'\As; and .Wfhope tol'; {, likewise, the 'fh u rsday........................... ..... 2.00p.m. of
SEC. 3. It shall be the duty the City
cttiun;; up H? |iany smaller industries :oldIbr Inspector of Chimneys and Flues, or such Paints, : MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY:

;incjvaMjoBnihu'r: :?!, mechanics, artisans CITY TAX S.\LE. other person as the Council may appoint to o Crockery, and discovered docs not blister.as it is READ certain TROOP in itsetl'ects

aid nj I>erat'ves, that the industrial development NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT make a tour of inspection throughout the 00' y BELOW. :
-cl'iLcIl1'l'al; estate will city at least once in every three months for
of the South to adopt the just langu- r.IJ.Hurlware
be sold at public auction on .the 7th day of the purpose of seeing that the Jbregoing M.
a;:Mif the Government Statistician may be July, 1884 in front of the Court House at requirements are complied with and he < Saved Him $1,800.00.

various: and symmetrical, furnishing lucrative Fernandina, in the county of Nassau, or so shall promptly report to the Mayor all cases Willow-Ware.. S

cnihloyincnt; fur male and female, much thereof as will be necessary to pay the of violation of this ordinance. W ADAMS.: N. Y., January ;30, 1882.
r amounts due for taxes herein set opposite!:! to SEO. 4. It shall be the duty of the Mayorto Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:

will and yrtung: in-doors and in the open the :same together with costs of sale and advertising take cognizance of all cases!:! of violation O ,.' '., .-. ..'", .' 'p I ;;.;;:.. GEXTS-Having used a good deal of your

;air, un'"kiljnl" and rough, as well as nicely : of this ordinance and any property-owner, M, ( ..., I Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
adjusted;. to"the| aptitude of the delicate and = or the agent of the owner reported for non- 0 : >q. I Iy I- thought I would let you know what it has

compliance herewith shall first be admonished II done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
refined.-7Y/c South.T11K 1 I
.,... OW\EU. LOT g .UW'T. in writing by the Mayor to comply '- cult a?was ever raised in Jefferson county.
"- I with the first and second sections of this O I Iricea When I was breaking him he kicked over

2'AKASITLS OF MONEY.The ---------1 ordinance within ten ((10)) days of the date 9i the cross-barancf got fast and tore one of his
Bradley....."7...........,7i s -1 01Broavtiaon of the Inspector's report of delinquency, tow the tot hind legs: all 'to pieces. Lemployed the best
Keiiisch Fratykfitrter has( ; Zdtuny the states that Dr. ..................!)........... 1 1M 97Browusom and any person failing to comply herewith < a a &a: i ? farriers. but they all said he was spoiled. .
filund result of 101
as a
Mrs: S..1............ 3 01 after such admonition, shall ibe arraigned lie had, a very large tllorough-pin, and I
of ..
aeries luinnie investigations, that the '
........ 0 .'J..
... ...... 31 I -18 conviction shall be fined not used two bottles of Kendall's
and your Spavin
surface of ? 50*fennig pieces (sixpences) ., ........... "...........".'1 2 fsI. upon
) less than $2 than $10 Cure. and it took the bunch entirely off: and
in circulation .. .. ; nor more together
Which Iiavejbeuii long the !
are ...........:- .......... (i 42
ami of minute kind .I', with casts, which shall be the same as in he sold; afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
ininie 'feeding-ground a n" ...........i5.' .......... oj.) 5 11 of arrest. I used it for bone spavins and wind-galls and
fa hat'tcri111111 vegetable fungus. An ex- .. .. .............1 lU........ j'I"J: "' 47.u ordinary eases .'... --> .--. .,.' '
it has
iciiiUil j-eiifcs of observations) showed that .. .10) SEC. 5. This ordinance to take effect thirty : :.'I always!:! cured completely left the
: : ,
........... 'll.J
'11.........I 48 after its first leg smooth.It .
.small .. .. days publication.SEC. ; '
llni the with the coins of all '
is case ......... II') .. :'' I "
..... 1.2 48
;,0) G. All ordinances of ordi- is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I .
.. or parts .
incrustation of .
nations the tint organic ...........II'".........I 131',' ..).. 48 herewith .:.. .; have recommended it to a good and
nances, conflicting arc hereby re many
their .
surfaces in thewmrteof .
luAtu-r deposited upon .. ........... .........:in: 3 01 pealed. they all say it does: the work. I was in ".ith-
circulation them ..
Mutable lung rendering ............15 ........,1')11.2 48 Adopted May 21. 1884. .. '. ,;.'' .:' I' ..' erington tfcKneeland's drug store.in Adams,
\m- \ t for( this parasitical settlement. 1. .. ...........!116..........1"1'" 2 's .' '. f the other day and fine
SEAL. G. F. AVERY, ; saw a picture
l\ Ueius-U off"some of these in- [ ] '. very
r \ : scraped "-k( 'f,
Capu, Miss Gcrt. ((0.1') ..Ja.; .......... 21) 85 } I -
oriist-uinn.s: ;and with a small scalpel di- .. .. .. : President. -. you sent them. I tried to any it, but could
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: not they said if I would write to that
\'iJl'lltlJclIIinto Which sub- ., .. Attest : EMIL 0. FRIEND City Clerk. : ; yon
fragments I'
; were .
h ... 6........... _) 1 ell
23 1884.W. you would send me one. I wish would,
riujijo.viiu'irt MijticMtly.dissolved; : of lenses in tlitillcd'watcr.of: very high .power The Denc1icld. Sanl....... ......,i H.; ........ -la I, 11 75Dorsey Approved May H. POPE. Mayor. .;''i': lf.i': ; ,' ii v ,.';;:I : .'" and I will do you all the good I can.you

.tiu\l the bacteria and i G. (Fur IslandCity i. '. ; .... Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
fungi distinctly. .. _' .i; ( ; :- f
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l11is Lodge) _........... 25 7 29F1' In the Circuit Court Nassau .. ,
is a matter\ of no little importance i from II. ;_ r '
2,660'6.mlain "
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a hygienic;!: point of view. It has now beenondiisivdy tracks 40 40 County, Fla.

thief i agency established i in the propagation that bacteria of form epi- PT.. d P. It mUd-bed"l I Is TIlE :MATTER OF TIlE ) ASSIGNMENTESTATE Spavin Cure. ,
sidetrack i and 36 91Iiughes
U'tuic\ diseases.: : The revelation that they ............. } OX HUMAN FLE8II.VEVAY. .
gave Frank: .14..........33 3 M8 OLE, DECEASED. J DOWER.ALL I
: a chosen: domicile in the most widelyarcuLtiug .Lines. }}st. G. It.............. 8..1 151! 1.IU A B. XOYES, IXD., August 12, 1881-
medium which exists .. .. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TAKE
probably ............ to.........., 51 9t() Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.:
>"tue+ world presents: us with a new factor in .. .. that on Monday; the ninth dayof (Successor to AV. A. SAXBOHX),
............13.........I 5. JO GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
the! spread of infectious disease. There i KWvever .. .. June, A. D. 1884, I will make applicationto Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
.............14 ........, .r:)I, ..) sl day. Please send me some with my imprint,
WheVe the of and for
:.a remedy. coins have Petty, Samuel.... ........." L.........j.52: 7 72 Judge the County Court in GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP STOKES printed on one side only. The Kendall's
fcti: in circulation for a number of years, if Co h .................j a.- ..........!1)1. ';, 510 the County of Nassau, at Fernandina, toha.e Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with xis,
they are washed in a boiling weak solution .. .. Dower assigned and set apartoutof
((0..1' ) .0. i 1'i 90u. my CHOICE WINES AND: LIQUORS HAY, GRAIN, and not only for animals but for human
MtraiMio potash they will be cleansed from .. the lands tenements and personal prop-
their ((0.'r..10..12) 2 54Rubinson J. Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near : ailments also. :Mr. Jos. Voris one of the
incrustation and freed the of Jackson
she organic so from It E............... X k 0..... 52 7 4D erty belonging to estate Steamboat Landing, leading farmers in our county, sprained an
unwelcome} which harbored. deceased. [
guests they Pringle,
Roux, G. S. ((1tl76).12!:! ) .........' 0 4 2U ankle badly and knowing the value of the
mk.ientitk American.OILING .. .. 'I JANE E. PRINGLE
((1882).12.) ........ 9''; 3 08 FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. remedy for horses,tried it bn himself, and it
Widow of Jackson J. deceased.
.. (lM81)).......... 1'?......... ,, OJ 1U 03h Fernandina Pringle, Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. did far better than he had expected ; cured
Fla. 18 18S-1.
WAGON WHEELS. .. ((1881))........... .........116 21 50 May Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in the sprain in very short order.
.. ..
.\ well made wheel will endure constantvir .. .. ((1181)).......... 18......... al' )150 SHERIFF'S SALE. large quantities. Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price .

from ten to twenty-five years if care is (1883).12.( ) 9' 7 93 IS- Agent for Hazard :Manufacturing Compa- $1 per bottle, or G bottles for5. All
fcken the kind and 13 23 BY CHAMPION BARBED WIRE the it
to have it it for
nse right proper .. .. I of nv's druggists or can get ) 011. or
......... out the Circuit Court, Fourth
anxmnt of but if this matter is not 13-.". best in the world. will be sent to address on receipt of
attended grease Scott. )1. 0.................... 4 541 Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of CELEBRATEDPLO any
to"it will be used up in live or six Agent for B.F. AVERY'S price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL
......... Nassau, Florida in favor'of Sylvania'W.Jones .
pears- Lard should never be used on a \ hamson, )1. J. .18..6. : a 50 \VS. & CO.. Enosbnrgh Falls, Vt.
,.. ........... administratrix of the estate of JohnI
.aou.; fort will penetrate the hub and'Lwk \Vright Stephen 7 16 Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON Send for Illustrated Circular.
its 'out around the tenons of the"poke Unknown........ ........... 2 30 Jones, deceased, and against William K. VILLE. 33

and way the wheel. Tallow is the a. .................... ......... ': 519.t Soutter executor of the estate of JamesT. Sold by all Drnggfcts.PATENTS.

kit lubricator pail for wooden axel trees and ......................7........... 21' 2 3U Soutter, deceased, I will offer for sale and .

Hor oil for iron hubs, but of the .. ..................... 8........... 1';' 7 55 sell in front of the Court-Housc of said BOOKS AND STATIONERY.

Ki-M-nt axes also excellent many and ..................... ::?G......... 14 4 5-1 county, in the city of Fernandina, Florida, -
nave the iiK-rit greases of beingcheaper are and .. ......................&...........' 17 2 30 on the first :Monday in July, ''1884, all, the

to handle. Just moreomveniemt .. .................... \ 7 1 78 rights, title and interest of the heirs, legateesor IIORACE DREW,

should be grease enough .. ..................... 1.. 1 58 representatives of said James T. Soutter,
applied to the spindle of a MUNN k CO., of the Scresrmc AMERICAN; continue -
IP f Rive it This is wagon better Co ..................... .Q... l\I'J d0 deceased, in and to the following lands and "Oookseller, Stationer, to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats Trada
:.hlllll1lr a, slight coating. .. ...................... 14. 1 5S tenements real estate situated: and being in -1-) Printer and Binder. Marks. Copyrights for the United State. Canada.

J -itthe ends for the and surplus be forced put.by on the will shoul-work .. ...................... ,! 1 58 the county of Nassau. State of Florida and England Patents,sent France free.Germany Thirtr-!etc.pvpn Hand years'eX Book:>l'rience.about

l'r lunds: \ and ..................... 101 1 5S designated upon the maps or public surveysas Patents obtained through MUNN A CO.arC noticed
4rllulI.1 the outside nut of washer the boxes.into To the oil hub an .. ..................... i'.1. 1 58 Section ((15)) fifteen, Township ((1)) one. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW In most the widely SCIENTIFIC circulated AMtIUCICAN.tha scientific paper.( largest.*3.te-.t.Oa year.and.

tr./ii a.\t-l-tive first fa .............:....... 5.. :' -! oJ" 35 North, Range 23.; East. Purchaser to pay for Weekly. Splendid ensrravinps and intorogtlnz In-
tilth u piece, wipe the spindle clean al ......................45.. 3 OS title. JOHN A. ELLERMANN: A. SPECIALITY. formation. Specimen copy of the?*-iuific. A nericnn -
of cloth wet with spirits of .. sent free. Address M UNN &CO. tcIE..TlZIC
tUI1Il'l\tiII\ and then few of ..................... N 4 257 Sheriff Nassau County. AMERICAN Office 261 Broadway New York.
"'b1or oil near the shoulder apply and end.drops One .. ,..................... K -1 2 57 Fernandina, Fla.. May 31, 1884. --

uea'1oonful i is a' ..................... 'V ... 7 16
'J'CIs' 1 i tit Grower sulncicnt, for the whole.- fa (Old'fown.11.) ........ 8 t, 1 G.5 SHERIFF'S SALE.By jZSS* Liberal discounts to Teachers and pATENTS obtained for new inventions '

a' (Oldl'own)......5_.........11 1 52 VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on or for improvements in old
Traveler's- Guide.-- (Old Town)_... 2 83'a out of the Circuit Court, }'ourth'Judicial ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand :

(Old Town)_... 8..1. 152 Circuit, in and for the county of application. all patent business promptly attendedto. '

Tn.rr Nassau, Florida, in favor of Noah S. Green INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN"REJECTED
ft,, C. J.WESTBERG. executor of the estate of Avanah Green, deceased may still, in most cases, be pat-
ForedarfievtindWil!I { : Tram leaves City Tax,Collector. and against William K. Soutter. administrator JACKSONVILLE FLA- ented bv ns. Being' opposite the U. S. Patent -
ld wood and of the estate of James T.Soutter. Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS
all Fernandina, Fla.. June 10, 1881.LUCY'COTT'AGE .
ForSavInnkkha'mdall iKMtits on Transit:! Road........ /v.! to U. m. deceased I will offer for sale and sell in EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-

and 1 \ \ points North front of the Court House of said county in -FOR- ents in less time than those who are remote

1 1 e..t..i................... n v.to a. 111. the city of Fernandina, Florida, on the first ;! from Washington. .
1'eomncctii.\ \ l lt Callahan) I Seventh-St., l1'ar.Egmont Hotel, Monday in July, 1S84. all the rights title _! When Inventors send model or sketch.
aha w. Pen acola.and all !; search in the Patent Office. and
t'oiilts and interest of the heirs legatees or representatives 1fMACHINERY we make .
, 11'e un' 'the Florida Central& FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.. of said James T. Soutter in and to !; : advise as to its patentability free of ciarye, .".

. (tt II"term lhilro',1 d.;............... ... G.to 3. In. the following lands and real estate, lying =--\1\ _, Correspondence confidential ;' fees' reason-

. ns; Jlt Baldwin) Offers pleasant rooms, well furnished with and being in the county of Nassau State of able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -

" Frm Day Pit, .o.'c'Wltr. Trait arrives- or without board. Table Boarders will be Florida and described on the official mapsor OF ALL KINDS, IS OBTAINED.We ,

I 1 all r'edam Key, Wldwood, and accommodated; also transient. surveys as the N W i of N E i, S E i of refer by. permission to the City Post- ,_.

Fran paints11 the Trans'P: m.l 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. N E i and S W i of N W i of Section ((1)) Go to FMANUFACTURER\Z. Robinson master, and to the Superintendent of the ; .

the l Saailinah: and. all 1 points in one. Township ((1)) one N, It 23E. Purchaserto i Post-Office Money Order: Division in Wash :<.

From North' and ('&.t-... 4.38 PIn. Fine Printing. pay for : ington. For special references.circularservice .:.-"
nil\1 ,J I 11 ahassec'I lsacola.. and Cards. Letter-Heads, Note-Heads, Bill- title.JOHN A. ELLERMANN. and DEALER, terms, etc., address .
& II1 nl11 the Florida Central Heads Statements and every description of Sheriff Nassau County. C. A. SNOW & CO., -;" ';

western Railroad: 4.oJ.,s p. mu. Printing, neatly executed at this office. .Fernandina, Fla., May 31, 183-1. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Opp.Patent Office. WashingtonD'H. 2t :




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'. '.4 I 'f. :t 61; t. THE FLORIDA )MIRROR: JUNEf 14, 1884. ; .

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Extending the Southern JUU'lston.Mr. After deliberations the committee returned Wanted-WorK.
- : ; ; .' P. Kelly, of this city, has been and presented the'following list: Am willing to do copying, teach shorthand -- THE
''.."; or common school branches, or to do
awarded the contract by the Florida Railway :
{ .l i!' A YEAR $J.OO FOR SIX MONTHS & Co. to construct J.: T. 0'Neill, J. H. Mooney, i any kind"of work so as to earn board. Address WONDERFUL
1 1 5:1.is: ; Navigation twenty J. A. Edwards, John Rutishauser ,- LADY, Mirror\ Office.,

: ,'.,": ,miles of road-bed south. of Panasofkee.' The H. J. Baker, J. D.Palmer, '

':: Reflections. contract includes cutting the right of way, Cha!?. H.: Berg, Jacob Klarer, For Rent. HOOPER

: ;: W. N. Thompson, W. B. Tucker, :A store and dwelling on Centre street.
grading, cross-tieing, laying rails, etc., andis t
: R. C. H. Winner
Dohoney, tf to J. A. ELLERMANK.Xetv .
'\i Alderman Hoyt returned from his trip to be completed by the first of November G. Stark, Jas. Bell, Apply FORCE PUMP.THE

: next. Mr. left here Johnson Theo. Starbuck .
r North on TuCiday'last.: Kelly on Wednesday Harry Goods.

its r' t ): The walls. of the first story of the Mode evening last with a large force of hands, Jas.J. A.McGitfin.W. Ellermann. G.Wm.L. Harding Baltzell,, Large lines of new goods in every department i

:.e t .. ;: Bros store have been completed by the teams, stores, etc., to begin the work at O. Jeffreys. W. F. V. Scott. at J. &; T. KYDD'S. BEST
'I *
.:: brick masons. once. The names were balloted for seriatim,

.."rlu ': .;"! The Harpers have decided to use the influence The engineer corps of the company are and the list,as presented by the committeewas 110,.for the Beach 'VELLIJUIPlADE.\ .
I will the
now surveying and locating the line south During summer season run
;. .11!, of their publications against the approved by the meeting.The ., buss "R. L. Denefield" to the beach daily UNEQUALEDFOR
of Panasoff kee to Punt Rosa Manatee
'.i'' election of Elaine. meeting then adjourned.List leaving foot of Centre street at 2 and1
I .iw county. o'clock p. m. Fare for the round trip 25
;: The State of Texas took as part of her cargo cents. Tickets for sale at Nix's news standin SPRINKLING GARDENS,

1 .1':. :-. yesterday 3,000 crates vegetables and Ho, for Pensacola.Mr. of.Letters the post-office, where applications can

;, ,,;+ I! 7,000 watermelons. \ A. MacDonell, General Passenger Remaining in the Post-Otficeat Fernandina also be made for chartering the buss for WASHING WINDOWS, CARRIAGES,nc

-r'4 ) \ Agent of the Florida Railway &; Navigation Nassau,county, Florida June 14, 1884. private parties. R. L. EXEFIELD.
Governor Bloxham has appointed.
ft- l l Company, has made the following low excursion Persons calling for: these letters must say
.: L. Gano, of King's Ferry, a Notary Public Private Board. A MINIATURE
rates to Pensacola, both for the Military advertised. :
: for Nassau county. A gentleman and wife wishing board in a
': ; Encampment Magnolia ,Bluff! near Agent, Butler Lamon, Win. private family can be accommodated with
s. I During the week Mr. Stark has placed anY Birth Hannah Man John FIRE DEPARTMENT
Pensacola, which begins Monday\ next, continuing no, comfortable home surroundings; terms mod-

.. awning over the sidewalk in front of his during the week, and the Demo Burns, OscarIorris, Son erate. For particulars, apply at this office.
Brown Mrs JuliaIat.hews. Wm
Fernandina June .
.' : store on Centre street. 5,18S4.To
cratic State Convention
': : Brown, C S Muller, Anna EXAMINE
'-. :. Complaint is being made by parties living From From Beeks, Mrs Rachel.. Hall, Josephin&3F Rent.

: ': on the mainland of the slow progress of the Jacksonville...$10 00 Starke.$11 00 Bacon, Jas' Pittman. E J
I;i.. Baldwin........_ 10 00 IV tldo............ 11 00 Davis, Viney Rice L C The two-story frame residence on Centre
; repairs to the drawbridge. Sanderson....... 10 00 Gainesville. ..... 10 00 Divs, Geo Robson Louis street, north side, corner of Eighth,: street;

t L. ; 1; '0 j 1.)r: S. B. Upham, of Boston, who spent Lake City........ 10 00 Arredondo...... 10 50 Hirsly, B H Sheard, J H conveniently located. Terms liberal. FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.CIDER

rr '= Jj several months last winter at the Egmont Live Oak........ 8,50 Archer............ 11 00 Hunter Green Stewart Moses Also, that comfortable one-story dwellingon .
i Ellaville........ 8 50 Bronson ......... 11 50 Hardy,Wm Simmon ,ThosJohnson Ninth street, near Centre, six rooms and
.: I; / arrived !in the city yesterday.;! :Madison ......... 8 50 Cedar Key...... 13 00 Wm Torns, Jai"Vandroce pantry, for $10 per month. Apply to

fl i:' Greenville ...... Jones C G W H. E. DOTTERER. .. .'. < .
I ;>} 1 Mr. Damon left here Sunday evening last 850 Hawthorne..... 11 00 Henry

4 i .,:. the Drifton.......... 8 50 Lochloosa....... 11 50 Jones Edmund< Welsh Patrick '. ; :
to of the Florida
join engineer
4 i corps Monticello..... 8 .50 Orange Lake... 12 00 Lang, Louisa Willickson, Prince For Sale.A ., "
:,, 'i I : Railway &; Navigation Company at Wild- Tallahassee..... 820 Anthony.......... 12 50 ,: White, Oliver B. srcond7hanllliann. Will be sold cheap ', .

"i 1 ;..j.' .: wood. Quincy............ 7 25 Silver Spring... 12 00 S.;y. RIDDELL, P. M. if applied for soon. For further information .; :' :. 'f

,' Mt. Pleasant... 6.ro Ocala.............. 12 00 apply at the office of .L'" .. '.._
"r t ; A telegram to the Mirror yesterday announced Fernandina..... 11 50 Like Weir..... 13 00 THE MIRROR. 't,';

i ,u ; that the pilot boat Agnes Belle won Callahan......... 10 00 Wildwood..... 13 50 Range of ThermometerFOR ." ,,-:.'; r ".. "

the race at Brunswick, the Robert II. Cowan Lawtey........... 10 85 Leesburg........ 13 75 THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE 13, Notice of Reino vat.I ; "PJ!' ;-

I .' i j coming in second. HORSKY'S DRUG STORE. beg to inform my friends and customers .l': p7:{rf :! : ;',

The Governorship.To that I have removed"my place: of businessto '. -.'",',.'\'< .'",
; I : Mr. James Bell has commenced to rebuild I the Swann concrete block the foot .::
I near ...
the Editor of the Mirror: :: : :: .,.:(t',; f .
r of the I .J' ,... Wind of Centre street. Thankful for favors f. .
j -' one cottages recently destroyed by A large number of most estimable gentlemen -. past j.-, "' ... ;',.. "
I Ir-- .-4I Q I hope to merit a continuance of the same. ." '
; : "
fire. .
E. Robinson and Bush
James .
have been .
) J spoken'of as probable candi- I---I R. McQciTEY.. "jt, '.k.i ,1
; ,I; i are the contractors. dates for the position of Governor. Any of Saturday...June 71' 76 .85 84 :81 N. E. Fernandina. Fla., A'pri118, 1884. .','{; .p;';;'." 'j'..';,' i
: Sunday .ft! .. 78 80 84 J 82: E.
Presbyterian Church. Subject for to- them would, perhaps satisfactorily fill the. ':Monday............ 9.70 84 82 80 IS. W.Tuesday..10 Wood, JI'oocZ. : '; ",

morrow at 10:30: a. m.: Charity," as described position if elected; but some of them are not \ 74 79 80 79 ".. ,t".,:", "1!'., ."t::; .,"
IS. established WoodYardnear
4 : in 1 Cor. 13; at 7:30: p. in.: VersusBigotry. well known and some of them have many': Wednesday..11Thursday 75 82 81 80 Having recently ':V ;;,': :,* :
.........12 74 80 78 S. W. Duryee's mill, provided with all the .
enemies. There is one well known citizen, Friday...............13.74 80 79 771 I K W.JLIRINE necessary machinery for sawing and splitting .' : f-i; :': :
: .. _. .
who is without enemies unless be :, '
t : :Mr. Rutishauser's new brick building on any they -- FIRE-WOOD .' .
of the class that --- -- .. -- :
Centre is nearing completion. The walls any honorable man wouldbe : ::A,;. >
I to furnish Oak Wood
: am now prepared ,
are up, and Mr, McGiffin, the contractor, ex- glad to have them inimical to him, and sawed to any lengths for either stove or fire- f t .:

,4 i t' puts to have it ready for occupancy by the one who is not seeking political preferment Port of Fernandina. place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. ,',,r' '.;;:

first of August. -the Hon. Jas. :\{. Baker, of Jacksonville. HIGH WATER. A. ELLERMAXX. ',',: ';..i t ..

I *I Baker's record is such that it will .
;. ;t i Several horses from McMurray's stable: Saturday, June 14..11:46 A.M. 0:00 p. ::\r. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale ""

i' of.'Jacksonville were shipped with the stand the closest scrutiny. He is a gentleman Sunday, .. 15...... 0:08: _" 0:38: h Tracts each of -"'. .'
containing twenty acres
of large mind, of untarnished reputa- Monday, 1C..... 1:02" 1:30 h ,. \-'l
Steamer St. Nicholas to Brunswick choice hammock land Lake
1 on high on Orange
..... 2:36"
Tuesday 17. 2:03"
: :
1 tation and is well and known
"r Tuesday evening, where they entered theraces so favorably Wednesday, 1S...... 3:04": 3:3J"! suitable for orange growing and truck farm- _-:;,''
k that it is unnecessary to say more than that ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
1 during the fair. Thursday, 19...... 4:08": 4:43":
o he would make such a Governor as the Friday, 20..... 5:14: 5:47: very conveniently situated for transportation 1.. ..... ,. '_00"
f ',y+ Surf,. fishing is all the rage just now by water or rail, and will be sold on .
whole State would he proud of.
i ':::, anvOngst our anglers. A forty-two pound ENTERED.. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
,;,.. :? Your correspondent would respectfully tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
;'y channel bass is Bob Southwick's latest June 7-S. P.. St. Nicholas! Usina Savannah -' large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,
suggest to the County and to the State Convention -
:, triumph. The prize was taken from Old ; with passengers, to W. B. February 10. 882. Fernandina, Fla.
I the name of Judge James M. Baker Tucker, agent.
Ocean last at the southern end
I : Saturday of 9 S. S. of Palatka !
of Duval county. E. City Vogel, Pa-
r Amelia Island. FOR IR.IEIN'T.LARGE .
I latka.
Fernandina, Fla., June 11, 1884.
: 10-S. S. State of Texas Risk 1,542
; Mr. ,V'. S. Rawson's horse Jumbo distanced -
tons, New York : freight and D'YELJ..INGXD STORE
', Who ?
for Congress
all in the
at the
to R. W.Southwick
passengers, extensive yard-room and gardens REFINED

: feels: naturally very proud, as several crack As the day of the congressional nominat- 10-Crew of Schr. Marcia Reynolds large family or boarding-house. Possessioncan AND

I horses were entered from Charleston, Savannah ing convention approaches the, question (foundered at sea May 24tli-) be given about August 1st.
arrived in their yawl.
., Brunswick and Jacksonville. naturally arises, Who for Congress? Several 10-S. P. David Clarke, Daniels, Sa- DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET, CRAB-APPLE

t : A; trotting race for a purse has been arranged gentlemen of the so-called young Democracyhave vannah ; with freight and passengers facing the bay; has eight rooms, large halls,
ff : i been named as candidates, but none of ,: to W. B.Tucker,agent. piazzas, excellent well, etc.
to take place this afternoon at 5 12-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- CIDER: : : : -
i these to mind would command the
', o'cj6ck, on Amelia Beach, between two of my nah ; with passengers, to W. B. STORE AXD DWELLING formerly occu-

p : Tom McMurray's horses, of Jacksonville, respect and support of the party in a higher Tucker, agent. pied by Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street. BY THE KEG,
: than of Nassau 41 12-S. .So of Palatka Pa-
degree one county's own citi- City Vogel,
: which have just returned from the Brunswick -
I zens. IrefertotheHox W. NAYLORTHOMP- 1 latka. For terms, etc., apply to
; races, and Mr. Rawson's horse Jumbo 13-S. P. David Clark, Daniels. Sa- G. STARK. AT
t sox. Mr. Thompson is a man of the
t : : vannah; with freight and pas- Fernandina, May 2, 1884.
,4 t t { 'I i The State of Tcxa, which sailed for New strictest many years integrity he has and held sterling the worth.responsible For sengers CLEARED., to W. B.Tucker, agent. FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.OOIMIIFOIRr .

Yoik took the ,
yesterday following
;( i ; cargo: '
of of the Florida. Rail-
position pay-master June 9-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savannah -
': : : t 2,8&8 packages vegetables, 145 cases cedar, way system. Nor is he without experienceas ; with passengers, by W.B. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ,
': 24'logs: cedar G23 barrels rosin, 172 barrels HAVING
a public legislator, having for two suc- Tucker agent. and pieces of handsome bro- .
; spirits, GO barrels cotton seed oil, 840 sacks 9-Schr. L. M.Ellis, Piper, New York, caded silks, satins and velvets, we are put-
cessive terms represented the Sixteenth
lumber by W. & B. C. Duryee. ting them in assorted bundles and fur- ,
cotton seed cake 40 sacks cotton seed meal up
: ,
: Senatorial District in the State Legislature, 9-Schr. B. C. Terry, :Moore Phila- nishing them for Crazy Patchwork" Cush- "; 'J".
i E'' : I' 8 cars lumber, ,7,000 watermelons 170 packages I delphia lumber by C. H. 1Inot.h ...
11, ; which position he filled with honor and ; ions, Mats, Tidies, etc., etc. PackageNo. :
1 i merchandise. 9-Brig Angelia, Evans, New York ,
: ", credit to himself and the Mr. ; 1-Is a handsome bundle of exquisitesilks -
party. Thompson '
lumber by S. J.Temple. >-f'i; ,R
satins and brocaded velvets (all differ- ,
4 ., During. ,:; the week there were shipped from while not an orator has all the neces- 44 p .
10-Schr. Sarah C. Schmidt, Stackley, '
I" ent). Just the thing for the most superb patterns .
s ,r1 : '.. j I this. port nearly 8,000 crates of vegetables as sary qualifications of a legislatorshrewdness New York; lumber by Hil- of fancy. work. Sent post-paid for 50

follows: sound judgment and quiet perseverance 44 liard &; Bailey. cents in postal note or 1-cent stamps.- ,', ..';<'' .',..
I ': '1
t ., State of Texas...................._......2,888 crates. -which are eminently of more service in 10-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Package 'N o. Containing three timesas ', ,

s "' & St..Xicholas................................1533 crates. 44 Charleston. much as Package No. 1. Sent postpaidfor 'I."r.. ;! .
; >. Florida....................................1,717 crates. the committee-room where the real work of 10-S. P/ David Clark Daniels, Savannah $1.00. These are all of the very finest "_ ,' -

i City of Palatka..........................1,750 crates. Congress is done than all the high flowing ; with freight and pas- quality, and cannot be equaled at any other \ i ,
.. *, MHB- oratory of a probably more favored gentleman. sengers by W. B. Tucker, agent. silk works in the United States at three times
t Total.....................................7,888 crates. 12-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 our prices. They will please any lady. One '
: tons, New York ; with freight order always brings a dozen more. LADIES' 1"' ,'_ :

; The democratic primary meeting held at I trust that the convention which meetsat 'and passengers,by R.W. South- :MANUAL OF FANCY WORK, with 400 ,... ';,' .,.
Ill. : Callahan to-day will have the good sense wick, agent. illustrations full instructions for artistic ,"-2 '
Hall last .
Lyceum on Monday evening was 14 ,
to pass a resoluton pledging themselves to 12-Schr. Luther T. Garritson, Craw- fancy work, ,handsomely bound, post-paid, <. : >5;:; :
the best attended held here in fifteen years. ford, New York ; lumber and 50 cents. Order nmc. AddressTHE"ROCHESTER t

1, '. ,;. '. When it is taken into consideration that the support of our fellow-citizen and to use 'old railroad iron by .D. E. SILK CO., ,," -.. :.;;%:..,, .. I.

all honorable means to secure' his nomina- Maxwell. Rochester N. Y. ,,. "
; :t the ;;local elections here, for several years, 44 ''12-Bark' Rodman' Trinidad .' .r N. '.. ,
Regina, J< I
:;. hav been lost by default account tion. OKE OF THE PEOPLE. ; k k ." .
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t i' .l of the apathy of some of our best citizens Fernandina, Fla.,June 12, 188-$. 13-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, : .''<.,',:,:,.i :, '; ,

t:4; and ,those most deeply interested in the wel- Charleston. '.:'-:...{f\ H. .
Tile Delltocrattc.Primary. 13-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savan- OF MACON, GEORGIA, ';;' 1''; i: ,
\ fare of our city, it is a matter of gratification According to the call of the Hon. W.Nay-: nah ; with passengers, by W.B. :
i t .:", ," to know that from ?
i our people are awaking Tucker agent.
lor Thompson, chairman of the Executive 44 MODE BRO'S, .
'_", th'eir political lethargy. Committee of Precinct X 0.1, Democratic 14-S. Savannah P. David with Clark, Daniels, HAVE\IADETHE, Fla., the author- k--. ,,,
". I freight and pas- ized Agents to contract for the sale of their ..:. ", ::; : ':' :
voters of Fernandina assembled at Lyceum by W.D.Tucker -
? sengers, agent. ,
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f : Hall on Monday evening to select delegatesto IN PORT.
-Ja i! The: Captain and crew of the schooner BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .
: the County Convention, which meets at Barkentine Joe Read, Allen.

i; +, iI I i Marcia Reynolds, which foundered at 'sea Callahan today, for the purpose of selecting Schr. Fred W.Chase, Nason.
; Schr. Mattie Newman Loveland. wishing to purchase will get all informatIOn -
11 24, arrived here on Wednesday last in
1 May: delegates to the State Convention to nomi- Schr. Edwin A. Gaskill Wilson. as regards prices from them.
I a small :yawl boat. The vessel was bound nate a Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Schr. Lavin'a A. Warren Johnson. Samples of different qualities and stylescan

4h : from Philadelphia for Galveston, with coal, '' .four presidential electors, and to choose Schr. Edwin W. Schmidt. Cranmer. be seen at the office of ,

i ami yhen, ) off Sombrero Key, nearly" at the : delegates to represent the State in the National Schr. Nellie Drinkwater. 26 MODE. Fernandina.BRO'S, .

:A' -, .southern extremity of Florida, sprung a : Democratic Convention.In ECONO M--,

'' 't; : ,, ; serious leak and foundered. The Captain,'' the absence of Mr. Thompson, the Special Cash Sales .' LUCY COTTAGE,

4R; ; j Mr. Holmes-the mate and four seamen chairman, Mr. J..A. Ellermann, of the Ex '..' ix SAFETYUSE -

t I took to the yawl boat, in which they sailed ecutive Committee, called the meeting to Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
r ? : up the whole eastern coast of Florida-a order, and stated'briefly.the'object for which !"",' "AND" FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

', ,; r., distahce of over four hundred miles. They it had been called. i. ., ox THE CELEBRATED

,' I i \vere,: picked up on Wednesday outside the Mr. G. Stark was elected permanent chair- :\IondayTuesday 11; and Wednesday. only, Offers without pleasant board.rooms Table well Boarders furnished will,withor be

; .' ,' bar by. the schooner Wilson x '
t ; d 1 f tain.' Anderson, bound from the St. John's committee of five, consisting of Albert 2S MODE BRO'S. 2 Miss LUCY O. TIIO IPSOS. '

: f f t for New York, which came in here to complete Glaiber,.J. A. Edwards, J.:D..Palmer, W. 6. ,
7 r { her The Captain and mate Summer Slllcs Fine Printing. FOB SALE ONLY BY
t i.1 : l cargo. proceeded and W. F. V. Scott ,
i .t. Jeffreys was appointedto Cards. Letter-Heads, Note-Heads, Bill-
:; North on the schooner Garritson, suggest a list of delegates and alternates 40 cents
1 a yard at Heads Statements, and every description of
1 .:: while the crew reshipped here. to be ratified by the meeting. J. &; T. KYDD'S. Printing, neatly executed at this office. Fred 'W. Hoyt & Co.

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