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: July 19, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ATL.4. "TIC ANI1 MEXICAN GULF no idea of, entertaining any propositions, FLORIDA.A A number of farmers living near these NOTES FROM UP TIlE RIVER.A .

CANAL. or aiding' in the construction of any other towns, and within a range of twelve\ miles

the Editor of the Wrror: canal than that for which we have so" long LEARNED TENNESSEEAN DOING THE LAND OF are.engaged, not exclusively\J partly) in SUNDAY SCHOOL REtSIOT KINGTS FERRY.
interesting letter from the pen of Mr. striven, advocated, and obtained charters, FLOWERS. the production of early vegetables, and KING'S FERRY, FLA., July 12, 18S4.

An 12tli viz that known the Raiford ORLANDO FLA., June 30. There has been a most enjoyable affair i in
appeared in your issue of July, originally as these two towns are the points from which
Koerner Canal and the Gillmore In my last letter Instated: that.we have this section, which will be .remembered by
referring to a portion of the route, contemplated more recently as they ship a large part of their produce at

by oar Canal Company. As so many Canal-it being the route' recommended to suffered in South Florida'ON from protracted' present. In illustration, ,we take from the all present with the greatest pleasure. It

have been set on foot (and we the Senate by that distinguished engeneer, d oaths, and that many orange trees :.had book of the railroad agent at Orlando, the was a celebration of the Fourth of Juiy by"

schemes, abandoned after being weighed in -and the plans for which-commencing at shed' their fruit, but that while I was writing quantity of vegetables shipped from this the Sunday Schools of Hilliard and KingV:

presume balance'by competent judges and found the mouth of the St.Mary's river traversingthe it was raining.. Since that'time we have point to Northern markets for twentyonedays Ferry, of this county, and those of Shiloah. -

the wanting.) 1 Ii am anxious that all readers of Okeefinokee swamp debouching at'St. had plentiful rains, and the oraiige% trees in the month of May. There were of Charlton, and of Temple of Camden

journUl, as well as those wishing to Mark's and continued thence to New Or- have in many groves pvt on 'a. new crop of shipped by freight and express 6,737 crates counties Georgia-all connected with tht'A

your tliqsnselves with the S\lCCess' of thetlautic leans-based on Gen. Gillmore's Surveysand blooms, so we shall have>
identify and Mexican Gulf Canal Com- Reports, have been long since lodged oranges for market.next'spring: and summer. of. a bushel. The larger portion of these was at Hebron, across the St. Mary's ri\"ert-: :"

,\ diould\ clearly understand that with our -Legislature. And you may rest We left our readers'coring over the great vegetables were raised by citizens of one and opposite this place, 'which had beenlpreviously > .. .".,.

mnv: ,far #* my knowledge is concerned = assured that now that our board has been variety of productions Jy Florida. All these small neighborhood.At I. prepared with an arbor and seat'

sj Ji"d, I have been activelyconnected put on a legal and practical basis, our utmost things are in their infa cy-really nothingin Maitland there were shipped more for the accommodation of the people, .

with the enterprise since 1875, that diligence will be used to secure the the way of production I has been fully de- vegetables than at Orlando. Early on the morning of the day alluded"to,

of that undertaking never co-operation of capitalists to carry on the veloped in this part of the State:', and we are We regret that 'we are not able to get the the train from Hilliard's arrived, bringingits
the projectors
delegation under the direction of Mr. J.W. .
in the formative or developing state of
contemplated the construction of a canalor works figures from Maitland in time for this ar

water route from St. Mary on the Atlantic .Very respectfully, things. We have been pressed so often to ticle. It is thought by those well posted ,)Morrison the Superintendent, whichwas

ALEY. CURTIS Secretary. answer the question. "what can, you produce that these of met by the Sunday School here under
to St. Marks on the Gulf coast-only as quantities vegetables represent
in Florida to make a support while the control of J. II. Flood and cordially
letter alluded On the about one-fifth of the production of Orange
implied in the to. ------- ------
i of fruit are slowly coming into welcomed. They then crossed:; the river and
NEJVS NOTES. your groves others think'it is not
contrary, *o far back as the year 1875, when county, while over a
carriage.of the proceedings through the I profitable bearing," that; must, answer it tenth of the product of early vegetables. : marched en route to the place indicated
the The town of Tunbridge, Dakota, celebrated above, both having beautiful banners with
before further in
we proceed our general
was entrusted'to the writer, And now, reader; do not forget the fact that
Legislature the Fourth of July by hanging six horse account of things. appropriate devices the teachers and chil-
and the "Statement11 in connection with this has been a very dry, and consequently
thieves. One of the methods by,which an industrious dren wearing badges with the names of their
the application for our Charter drawn up a poor vegetable season. These crates sold

by him, it wjis distinctly stated that the proposed The Empress of China sanctioned a man can make a living during this intervalis in the markets from $6 to $2 50 per crate. respective schools upon them. Arriving at
from Tientsin to The in market This industry Hebron, they were welcomed by the schoolsof
internal) water-way "should extend railway Peking. materials to engage gardening. The yield per acre of these products is some-
have been constructed in Germanyand is growing rapidly in importance. Shiloah and Temple, which were pro-
from St. Mjary's, on the Atlantic, to New times wonderful. We have a .friend livingnear
shipped. The people who live outside of this State vided with 'banners and badges similar to-
Lake in this Mr. B.
Orleans andj the Mississippi. This idea put Apopka, county, (
who should feed upbn(the delicious the others and equally as pretty. .
The of southern California : vegetables Spear) who planted of :
forward in the preamble; in general terms, orange crop one-quarter an acre
was carefully( elaborated in the body of our will, it is estimated, reach the enormous grown in mid-whiter and the very early with the addition of eleven yards width on After a short rest the interesting pro-

of'1,280,000 boxes. The is spring season number.nearly fifty millions.So side in the The gramme began, consisting of speeches and
Charter, and thai there maybe no ambiguity -- figure grape crop one cabbage past season.
there is little that we'shall over- recitations and well-selected songs, accompanied -
also 'l prospect seed in the
I copy the opening portion of the State- very were sown September; plants
stock the Northern and Western markets. by the organ. These reflected great
were set out the first week in October when
ldtd the fruit .
al to
busy day
went : Saturday was a among
credit all the schools and listenel1
Profitable gardening can be carried in upon were
The advantages of a cheap and easy modeof inspectors of New York. They seized and on there was a good rain. The stand was very I
to with marked attention bthe
transport for the produce of the grain condemned 18,000 pineapples. 6,090 cocoanuts South Florida so as riot to interfere with poor, and there was not enough rain to lay large-
States of the Great West" and other interests and engagements of the farm- crowd which had come from all directions
watermelons and bananasas the dust on the cabbage patch until the first !
the cotton and raising sections of the"South" 5,000 4,000 some of them from a distance. We would
sugar ers. They beghAhis work in the month of
week in December at which time I visited
too for food. It is ,
and Southwestern States have so being decayed proba-
make special mention of a few who exhib-
November and all the be
can his house. At this time of the heads
often and so ably been laid before every ble that even then they did not condemnnear many
marketed by the last of May. The real workof ited unnsual'skill and ability in their per-
section of our community that we do not all the spoiled fruit, There is hardlya were hard and firmand very soon there-
to reiterate them here. the vegetable is done during the formances, but will not do so for fear of
propose grower after it rained and all headed nicely.Mr. .
in the land in which fruit
nut the who have associated city vegeta-
gentlemen giving offence. After all these interestingand
winter months and be
can so managed as
themselves with'Colonel Raiford in seekinga bles unfit for food are not daily offered for Spear used for his own purposes freely of
instructive services ended 2"
charter for the construction of the Canal not to interfere with the corn, cotton, sugar them, giving many to his friends, among were at

and route now before the House of Legis- sale.The Pike's Peak Railroad which is to be or many other crops, some of which cam be whom, we were a few of them. o'clock p.'m., the people and children were
lature, have done so under the earnest conviction on the same land which produced' invited to the tables, which were loaded"with
grown One head which he
that no scheme has ever been pro- in operation next year, will probably be the gave your correspon- every delicacy that could be obtained
the winter of vegetables
which meets the in crop dent furnished a dish on our table of which
posed, so entirely require- most remarkable piece of track the world. and there they satiated their appetites until
ments not only of the largest and richest It. is already operated 'to-a point 12,000 feet On account of. c1i nateo", warm, generoussoil ten persons ate freely and did not consume
they were again called to the arbor. The
section of our own country, but which will and the to the stimulants much half. In Mr.
above the sea level. The entire thirty milesof ready response over January Spear,
and Rev.. Morrison ''of
confer such benefits on every country .H. Georgia, a young
elsewhere its will be succession of of sunshine showers _work and fertil--I sold me the remains of his cabbage patchTfor
nation in Europe, or holding length a complicated : 4 : -- -mil1ister;.the .deliv rcd"an address, which ..
commercial relations with the United States curves and grades, with no piece of :izers, the firmer ath'Floru with or .over $200, in the market of Orlando. was very.appropriate and full of wisdom,

of America. track than 300 feet. The dinary facilities of''transportation, can' ,put : Now Mr. World, how will that do for
straight longer to be observed all and
this thousand miles of worthy by parents,
By plan, thirty into the markets of the Northern and Western high ? And if any fellow disputes it, we
maximum will be 31G feet. Its
navigable water ways are opened up, by grade nu- by all who are solicitous as to the religious
h cities, and the tables of these'pet will come all the to Nashville to make
which the Western Granger" and Southern merous curves will be from 500 to 1000 feet upon ;? way instruction of children. As soon as he had
Planter' from the remotest districtswill in which the radius will ple, a great variety of delicious vegetablesand him apologize. But be sure you do not let
long, change every .. finished, the Rev. A. Clark, of Jesup, Ga..
be enabled their the
to ship produce (by
chain. early fruits many weeks in advance of our mutual friend, Hon. Oscar Turner, of
easiest and cheapest mode of transportation arose, and in a very touching and feeling
the farmers in other section of our Kentucky, hear about this matter; it might
known-and without breaking bulk, ) to One of the most beneficent arrangementsof any address presented "Angus' Handbook of

ocean going steamers, and ships of any tonnage the city government of New York is the country. In midwinter and early spring disturb his mens conscia recti." the Bible to Rev. H. M. Morrison as a testimonial -

; or draught of water, lying in safe effort of the health department to they can send to market the most delicious Perhaps the most wonderful vegetable
harbors and Atlantic special of affection from the Temple Sun-
anchorages on our white headed cabbages, fresh, crisp and of in Florida is the sweet potato. Of
the midsummer of chil grown
Coast while the same means of transportcan prevent mortality day School. When they had finished the
fce most economically employed in dren. On the 1st of July fifty physiciansare the finest flavor; the English pea, the snap these we have a wonderful variety. When benediction was pronounced, and all re-

bringing to the; "South," to the Valley of summoned to the health office, assigned bean, new Irish potatoes, crisp lettuces, rad- once a place is well set in sweet potatoes it turned to their homes happy and in the-

the Mississippi :and the populations on its to districts of the ishes, the tomato, cucumber, cauliflower, will be found hard to get rid of them. They
severally city precisely
vast network of tributary streams and Waters best of spirits.
flourish and grow, winter and summer. On
the produce of the looms and factoriesof mapped out, given a kit of medicines and indeed every delicacy.of the kitchen garden, good land the yield is truly marvelous. The Rev. Wm. R. Johnson, the preacherin
Europe, avoiding all the perils and dangers started their rounds to attend all indigent and this too while the balance of our coun- kind olf land
on They will grow on any (exceptit charge of the Nassau Mission, was
now incident to the navigation of the sick not already under the charge of a try is locked up in fetters of.ice and snow. be very wet soil), and so easily raised that but did not take part in the
Gulf of Mexico and the southern portions of present any
taken in their
These of the Florida farmer, of littler care is sometimes
products very
the peninsula!: 'Florida.' doctor. They carry also a bunch of free ex- cultivation. Everything in Florida feedson proceedings. He appeared, however to be

While the actual line of routeembracingas cursion tickets presented by St. John's course, bring wonderfully fine prices, because sweet potatoes-men, women children, proud of his Sunday Schools, and no doubt

I have said all points between St. Mary's Guild tickets to a seaside sanitarium, and there is no competition. of other pro- hogs, cows, horses, dogs, chickens, sala- will be encouraged to labor more than ever
ducers in the market at this early season. manders, gophers moles, alligators and ne
and the Mississippi specifically stated in circulars containing common-sense directions before for their prosperity. So ended a daylong
The and fruit of the groes. If we had a foreign market for this
section 2 of the charter, which runs: to young mothers about the care of vegetable early crops vegetable we would all get rich. The pro- to be remembered by the people of the-

SEC. Be it further enacted, That the young children. These visits are a' great Florida farmer are coming in long before duction of small fruits and berries is yet counties alluded to above.Railroad .

said Company shill have the right, power, boon to the straitened classes. The cool- others further North, and not only com- very limited ; want of quick transportationkept

and authority to-build, construct, own, and ness of the season has been highly favorableto mand fine prices, but the succession of back any development in this line. Neics.
maintain H Cana), of such dimensions as it But the time is near at hand when our
may deem suitable, to connect, for purposesof the rates of mortality in the large cities. these crops continues almost the whole year. trucksters will lead all others in the pro- Mr. Damon of the surveying corps of the-

navigation, the waters of".Perdido Bay" The following is a synopsis of the businessof After the early vegetables comes the melon duction of all these. Florida Railway & Navigation Co., was in

with those of Pcnsacola Bay" and Santa the United States Land Office at Gainesville crop, which is easily raised, matures quicklyand An industrious man in Florida who is the town on last Thursday, and informed us
Rosa Sound and Santa Rosa Sound" and of bearing and that his party was engaged in locating the
; is of the most delicate and delicious possessor a orange
** Choctawhachee Bay" to "St. Andrew'sBay. for the quarter ending June 34th, 1884: lemon grove and a good garden spot of a line for the southern extension of the F. R.

."and from"St.Andrew's Bay" to"Apa- Five hundred and sixty private entries, em- flavor. few acres, may be written down the most & N. Co.'s road. They are now near Plant

lachicola Bay" and "St. George's Sound," bracing 56,909.32 acres; 56 excess entries The want of quick, direct transportation independent and fortunate among his felt City, in the vicinity of which place! the line

and eastward, by-whatever route the Com- embracing' 189.72 acres 21 pre-emptions has been and is still, severely felt, even in lows. All the year round something readyfor will cross that of the South Florida Railroad,
; and will continue southward to some pointon
deem best" continuous lineof market"at all
for remunerative
pany may a the prices ;
the of South Florida.
perfected 2,645.73 acres 63 commuted home- spots Charlotte Harbor. Mr. Damon assures us
land-locked navigation to the Suwan- ; the time planting, gathering, sowing reap-
lee River," and from the Suwannee steads at $1.25 per acre, 7,976.72 acres; 2 Our early fruits, especially, are too long in ing. Just give us quick direct transportation that there is no doubt this time of the road

River" to the "St. :Mary's," or the "St. commuted homesteads, at $2.50 per acre, transit, and sometimes this entails loss on and we could stand almost anything being built, as every arrangement has been
made, and new rails are being:: received at
John's llii'er both and such administration of Blaine
or to over the shipper. But we expect in the near even a fouryears'
240 43 entries'under act June of week..
line acres; 15th Fernandina at the rate a cargo per
or lines as the said Company may find and Logan, and four years more of a war
best.The! 1880. 5,180.16 acres; 5 supplemental entries, future that wide-gauge railroads will traverse tariff. -Tampa Tribune, July 12.

true intent and meaning of this Act 255.04 acres ; 376 homestead entries, 47,406.03 the length and breadth of this favored land,. But in answering the question, what can

being to encourage and to authorize the acres; 123 final homestead entries 14547.19 and when that is accomplished the produc- 'mon make a living at while waiting for the List of Letters

opening of direct and land-locked water tion of these-articles will become immense.It orange trees to grow and put'on fruit, we Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina -
communication between the Southern and acres; swamp indemnity selections, 3,612.91 that working men can find employment -
can say Nassau county, Florida. July 19, 1884.
is the of roads in
A\ es.trnl! } rivers and the harbors of the Atlantic acres ; railroad selections, 81,000.97 acres; interest broad-gauge if they are willing and able to work.
coast. And to carry out this purpose, military bounty land warrant locations, 100 Alabama and Georgia to reach this part of The people are busy building houses, Persons calling for these letters must say

the said, Company shall have the right, acres number of homestead declaratory the State as soon as possible, and when it is clearing land, making fences, building rail- advertised:

power, and authority, to improve by deep, ; remembered that a small farm in Floridacan roads, in fact, busy converting the pine Anderson.:Mrs.SadieJones: Alex
ening, or otherwise, the natural estuaries- statements filed, two, 320 acres ; number of forests and hammocks into gardens and Clark, E. B. Jones, L I-

tide-basins: and other waters wherever pre-emption declaratory statements filed, be made to furnish more business to a fields, building villages and towns, selling, Carmodica, Miss GerLord, Miss Emma

found necessary to make them available as 113; entire receipts of the office, for the quar- railroad than a large one further north, and buying, speculating.. etc. Reliable men, gia. Mitchell, Mrs EmilyCot

parts of the line of navigation contemplatedy ter above 9738110. that this section is being settled up by a who can be depended upon to work, can Mrs. Pateie Monigan, C C "
this Act." as find plenty of work, but it is a very poor Clarck, Hannah McCann, Wm C "
And the, ;; ,said Company shall have the The Acting Secretary of the Navy received thrifty, intelligent population who have no country for kid-gloved gentlemen, unless Colley, Hue A Mossis '

right power, and authority, to acquire by Thursday a telegram from Capt. Schley, superior in energy and push, these railroads they have plenty of money. With a very Case. Dorer Perrin. N P j.

purchase, :and hold for their own use and commander of the Greeley Relief Expedi- had better hurry up. A farm of ten acres large negro population it may be thought Cotte, :Miss: Josephine Reed Tucker .

I purposes, all rights of way or other rights, in Florida cultivated in fruits and vegetables strange that the demand for labor is not Cleland, John R Sheldon, Jay G .,
John's N. F. that
property, or franchises, necessary to the tion, dated St. stating the supplied. Well, the fact is, that a Florida Endel, Heaman Smith, Jordan
I carrying out of the purposes of this Charter. survivors of Lieutenant Greeley's signal ser- will furnish more business than one in Ala- free negro is the most unreliable i institution HalleHenrSo hia, George ,,.

Subsequent surveys and eminent advice vice party were found five miles off Cape bama, Georgia or Tennessee of two hundred under the sun. As a general rule they are Foster Lein Smith, Mrs Mary

determined the actual route between St. Sabine, in Smith's Sound, by the Thetis and acres. Before I leave the subject of vegetables less to be depended on than any class of Hall. Mrs M Taylor, Mrs Charity-
to A gentleman lately
laborers known us. L
[ark's and St. :Mary's, viz., a Steamboatand .Bear, on the 22d of June. Only seven men let me give your readers just a few facts coming here from Iowa, has tried the negro Young, Sylus S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.CALLAHAN. .

Barge Canal from the St. Mary's river, were alive, namely: Lieutenant Greeley, and figures that came under my own obser- labor in the West Indies and Bahama
via vation. I 'want of ability to 'Islands the Dutch. Irish Moors and natives
the Okeefiinokee Swamp, to St. :Mark's, Sergeant Brainard, Steward Berber Back, my .
fic. gather more facts, from a wider field. The of Africa, and also the Florida negro; the
&c. Ellison and Connell Sergeant
Sergeant private -
last class he pronounces the meanest and the List.of letters remaining in Post-Office at,
So and Ellison badly frost bitten town of Orlando is the capital of Orange all. The Florida
been was
many so unanswerable have very most unreliable of them Callahan, July 1, 1884 ::

the arguments in favor of the Barge Canal, when found, and died at Godhaven July.. county and is near the geographical centre negro wants five prices for his labor,-and Bingham,. Lewis Heazy & Hearn '

as compared to 6th after undergoings. The relief ships of the county. The town of Maitland is then don't work worth a cent. Of course Hardy, CouncilHiggins "
a Ship Canal, (whether constructed them and there Brown, ,
six' miles north of Orlando.' The South there are exceptions among Mrs L B
with and Bear with the survivors Blitch, Jonathan 0 :
Thetis are now
or without locks,) that I do are a few good workers. The only businessat
not John's. Florida Railroad, which runs from Sanfordon which the Florida is thoroughly Bland,Miss Francy Heazy & Hewn ,
propose to trouble your readers with a at St. negro H F Lee. .' .
repetition the St. John's river to Tampa Bay on the reliable and never fails is voting the Repub Campbell. Wesley ,:
of them, but would rather con Seventeen of the twenty-five persons com Fay ton, L M Mullins. W E -
clude this communication with the assur- prising the expedition died'of starvation at Gulf, passes through these towns and is the 'lican ticket. Here he much is eminently to a suc I Griffin, Jos )Millin Mrs Katy
But I have more say,
ances given where found and drowned only means of transportation to this sec cess. as much Heazy & Hewn Speight, :Mrs: :Maria:
after our organization meeting the point one was guess it were best not to say too at
at Savannah food. tion. once.-R. Jf. Dickenson in Nashville Globe. JOHN O'DONALD, I'. ,)1.
viz: "That this Company has, while sealing to procure '

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j 44'a; :, ': TilE REBEL YELL I alas, the insinuation! chimed' in with in his master's ear. .Mr. Godwin rose I be in the, main workings. Some of men caused Bob to blush the only
11- ..k',. #!' ... other things. Walter .Losford was quickly. the men fancy that they have heard blush he was guilty of in his school
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; The land i in full of rebels, and rebel flag
: a "
to romantic girl My, dear tHis i is bad news. There him knocking. days.
hardly one please a : ;
i they fly ____ _____
They seem to hate the patriots, who drain at first sight. Cold, sensible and has been a fall at the lead works. Violet made no reply. She was n -
.. the surplus dry lam thankful shoulder. \ THE DEMOCRATIC PL ITFOI:J1.
; : wanting in enthusiasm even in his "How unfortunate sobbing on
i 'nefl,>>rlll is on their banner, and its battle cry work. Or asked the latter I The Democratic party of the State ofFlor-
at Is hurt ? -
they shout, ambition, trying nearly everything by the men were, ;pot any one ida, in convention assembled congratulates
,, \ And. want to march on Washington, to turn the arguments of reason with impartial even worse, w% might have been eagerly. the friends of good government upon its assured
'y' the rascals out. severity, he would have made a just viewing them, as Robert has been No, hardly at all. A few cuts prospect of success: in the coining campaign
: JfcJo wickedly a, ainst the rule! of spoilsmen and not. too merciful judge Livingby plaguing us to do.tind'been all crushed 'from stones.. and makes the following declaration
; : they r( principles:
,,. 4 That rings'and jobbers tremble when they rule of thumb,. no wonder that he together, like any common laborers Another hour passed, while the Resolved, That we reaffirm the fundamental
.' >?* hear that rebel yell looked older than his thirty years, or Shocking But where can Robertbe 'crowd thickened and listened all doctrines of the National Democracy as
m 'That. rebel yell was heard before, fJ.Tilden that he repelled chance acquaintanceswho ?" breathlessly to the,dull, muffled soundof laid down in the platform of the National
and reform, '{ in the of the Convention of 1876 at St. Louis and of 1330
called him a prig. Generally I am afraid, ma'am, put the tools and the creaking
rebels the at Cincinnati.
; And then country the like gathered a storm. swept reticent, he would sometimes tell the. butler in ,a low voice which everyone i barrows. A fresh gang was at work, Resolved, That we advocate: the liberal !
'The beaten spoilsmen rallied then, to stay truth,. with rude abruptness. Alto- heard well' with preternatural and:, they came out more: quickly. The icy on the part of the General Government pol
r the victor's course. gether, his friends said, a little want- distinctness, "that Master Robert- sky was growing gray, and men's in the matter of public improvements, and
And what the voters would not give, .they leastwise he went that when he burned hold that the South has a right to demand
took by fraud and force. ing in charity ; too practical, too mat- way faces looked so, too, as the fire this until her waterways and harbors have
:1': that should ter-of-fact. And Gertrude came back-is in there. John has with and the hilltopscame :
; No wonder the honest<; men yet, poor a paler light been adjusted to the needs of commerce to
1; everywhere rebel, when she met him at dinner, the hauteur gone to the village for help." .. out in cold majesty. the same extent as in other sections of the
'.i And raise against the banded thieves a she assumed melted away and There was a dead silence round Suddenly the tools ceased ; a barrowon country..
'e: righteous rebel yell. she blushed and smiled at his glance ; that fair show of linen and glass and its way out stopped inside the en- Resolved, That 'we favor the calling of a
'. whose back is constitutional convention for the reforma
4 Against the variegated. man, for what is the homage silver if the hand which The crowd outside close
. ,i, i blue with scars so fascinating as gleaming as) 'trance. grew tion of our present undemocratic constitu-
.l t ; ; .Of jobs and contract swindles, not of just of one who seems utterly, almost warned Belshazzar had appeared upon and breathed more quickly, and tion.
:;; I and honest wars; contemptuously, careless of all beside ? the wall.! Thenp- .t, .;;a .Against guano statesmanship; against ill- Walter had spoken that evening he her friend's sideband': put her arm low murmuring voices came from the to educate its children, and that we favor a
gotten gains; provision for the maintenance and
''r, fir /;Againstcombined monopolieslhat bind the would have assuredly gained his object round'. her. The gentlemen hurried passage. ,Then a little crowd of men development of our system of. free public
,tl. land with chains ; and Mrs. Godwin been made a from the '''room. But almost as soon pressed out, and in their midst Walter schools.
Against the Star route robbers, all these reached the the with the Resolved. That the recent
r, happy woman. as they scene women Losford, stained and ragged, remarkable
earnest ,
1' .And for reform and honest ways they raise The Red Pike was red indeed in appeared there also ; the poor boy's 'boy's form in his arms. He laid him growth noteworthy of population indications is of one the of the most

!the rebel yell. the evening sunlight, 'every cliff that sister could not be restrained, and quickly on the wraps by the women. the State and that we invite worthy prosperity and industrious of-
"That rebel yell is raised again, in freedom's buttressed its rugged top burnished to Mrs. Godwin, whose woman's' heart The blood was trickling slowly from a citizens from all quarters to come
1 sacred name, ruddiness, and yet the party lingered, was sound within her, signed to Ger- cut in his' own forehead, and his face, and settle among us, with the confident as-
'To drive the thieves and rascals out, and surance of a friendly welcome and an equal
save the land from shame. reluctant to abandon the view of sea trude to let her go. Anything was where it was not lead-grimed, was opportunity.
: And honest men who love the. right, and and land from Forth to Windermerethat better than inaction..Mr. pallid with fatigue. Resolved, That' since the overthrow of
; wish for equal laws, held them entranced. Tea was Godwin's wad-hole and works He has only fainted," he said, as I Radical rule the State has had two Demo-
Are.: praying now that God may bless that of mile from cratic Governors ; that to the lIon. Geo. P.
over and the servants had started were hardly a quarter a the doctor bent over the boy.
righteous rebel cause, Drew the State is indebted for the inauguration
.And when against corruption's rule its downwards with the baggage, yet the the house, though hidden: from it by a Just so," said the latter, cheerily. of that economic system of administration -
;' +a steady foes rebel party, which all day had 'wandered steep shoulder of the hill.. He guessedat He only wants a glass of sherry." which has so powerfully promoted the
.Millions of throats will gladly join to raise separately}? or in pairs at their several once that the boy, anxious to exhibit Gertrude rose from the boy to thank prosperity of the State and that in the con-
I lime rebel yell.A tinuance of that !sound Democratic
.k wills, still .sat together on the top. to the ladies the wonders of the I his bearer, her eyes dim with happiness the administration: of Governor W. D.policy Blox-:
1 TALE OF THE RED PIKE. Bob only was on the move, skirmish- wad-hole, had taken the private key, but he had ,turned away. hain has been the most brilliant in the his-
ing hither: and thither/;untiringly. which generally lay upon the study I The worst time: was j just before tory of the commonwealth.
I I"" I I thought B should find you with "'I say, Gertrude, here.s'a specimen mantlepiece, and had gone, it mightbe they broke in, G rty. I thought the public Resolved life,of That'that, illustrious in the withdrawal statesman from and

yi .the girls, :Mr. Godwin. You should for you 1 Here's a blue gentian to make some preparations, where- earth must fall again, or something patriot, the lIon. Samuel J. Tilden, the De
have been with us. We've had such growing on the cliff, and a rare good by his darling effects would be en- happened to prevent them reachingme mocratic party has lost its most honored
;1j .a scramble over Honister Crag, and climb it will be to it." hanced. A servant seeking him when ," confided Bob to her when she and trusted leader, but that in the Hon.

.1 brought back no end of flowers for The party hastened to the edge of dinner was ready discovered the acci- visited him next day in his room. Grover we recognize Cleveland a worthy Governor successor of,New whose York no-,

,r' :Gertrude. But one thing I must say the cliff; in a cranny of the rock dent, and, after giving the alarm in The whole matter was to Master Bob mination at Chicago would insure glorious
,;-that fellow Losford is a jolly muff, about twelve feet down grew the flower the servants' hall, had gone on to the one for pure congratulation, and he victory in November, and would guaranteeto
''c though he doesn't look it. Just a Gertrude had been long seeking to village. spent his time in rehearsing a graphic and the economical people of the administrrtion country a pure of,the honest Na-

: 'funk, girls, and nothing else. Will obtain. A slight opening in the wall Is there any hope ?" said Gertrudein account of the adventure for the bene- tional Government.
,. you give me some tea, Mrs. Godwin ?' of the cliff made it just feasible, if a low voice, with Violet :Marston's fit of his dame's house. "'But that
What nonsense you talk, Bob !I" somewhat dangerous, to reach. hand tight clasped in hers. Are fellow Losford is no end of a trump. Traveler's Guide.

.cried his sister, conscious by some Robert, don't go too near !1" cried they digging ?" He's been up to say good-bye, and I TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
4 .feminine instinct that her friend's face Mrs. Godwin. The, flaring light of a pineknotfire told him what an ass la made of my- Day Passenger Train leaves
'' -vvas hotter than a moment before ; Gertrude turned with her face a just kindled in the little inclosureat self about him. That's a comfort. I For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
mauvais enfant the mouth of the hotel fell all points on Transit Road........10.05 a.m.
You are a perfect little flushed to Losford. "Can you upon a heard his voice first of all, do you Savannah and all points North

,,''C, Bursting in like that. I wish :Mr. get it for me, Mr. Losford ?" she said score or two of strange-looking1 figures, know, and Mrs.\ Godwin says they and West...............................10.05 a.nl.
i 'Losford would teachyou manners" gently, and with something of appeal chiefly women. Some were movingto wouldn't. have got me out but for (connecting at Callahan.)
i '. I would like to see him try. It m her voice. and fro before the blaze, but most 1m." For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
points on the Florida Central &
1.. ; would take a pluckier man than he is. Not without a rope," answered of them stood' still and impassive.The .. The likelihood of this 'alternative Western Railroad..10.05 3.m.
I ,:r ,r 5?' Why' he wouldn't come within yardsof calmly ; we will bring one up to- shining clothes. of the men pro- appeared to give him unmixed satis- (connecting at Baldwin.)
the edge, Mrs. Godwin !I" morrow." claimed their trade, as they brushed, faction. I. Day Passenger Train arrives

,. He showed his usual good sense, To-morrow !" cried Gertrude, with all distinctions forgotten, against the I don't think they would," mur- From all points Cedar on Key the, Wildwood Transit Road., and.. 4.38
:Master Robert," was that lady's tart sudden heat.U I want it now. Bob gay dresses of the house-party. mured Gertrude, eagerly presentinghim From Savannah and all points in p.m.
;,. ; :ireply. She had her reasons for look- would get it for me in a moment if I No," replied her father, with a with a large bunch of grapes froma the North and West.............._ 4.33 p.m.
ing favorably upon Walter Losford, of asked him, Mr. Losford." groan. The props at this end are side-table. I'll get you soine more From all points Tallahassee on the, Florida Pensacola.Central and

Jjosford Court, Monmouthshire, by no Bob's head is perhaps steadier gone and the men say the whole hill Bob." & Western Railroad.............._ 4.38 p.m.
rt. .r :means the least honored guest at Mr. than mine," answered the other, keep- is coming down. We must wait for You bet your boots they wouldn't.It's Night Passenger Train leaves

J,. .God vin's. lake villa.. And.they were" a ing at a safe distance from the edge. help from_Keswick., a pity he can't climb. Fancy a For points Cedar on Key the,Wildwood Transit Road, and...all.._ 4.38 p.m.
:/very cheery and pleasant party, the He was in no way discomposed until, Gertrude was turning to the group fellow like that with what. the. doctor For Savannah and all points North
rpleasantest: set, Gertrude thought, as he finished, his eyes met the girl's indignantly, but one was before her. calls-- constitutional- vertigo' -1 can't- and West..........;,..:................. 4.3Sp.m.
that; her mother had ever got together, full of contempt and anger. Stung Now, men, I can handle a pick make it out." (connecting at Callahan.)
For Tallahassee,Pensacola and all
Il and Gertrude was a young lady of by the look, he took a: hasty step though I am a Londoner. Ten And Bob fell into a brown study, points on the Florida Central, &

I'l :;kjecided tastes and somewhat difficultto towards the edge of the cliff, and bent pounds to every man who joins me. which passed into a doze ; and thus Western Railroad............_...... 4.33p.m.
,:.r ':' ': :: please. Even Bob Marston, when down to make the attempt. For a Don't let them say that Cumberlandmen refreshed he was enabled to chatter (connecting at Baldwin.)
pj.k. '" ." !he was not saying malapropos things moment he remained in that positionas left their master's guest to perish without ceasing all dinner time. Night Passenger Train arrives

jind appearing where he was not if entranced, scanning the depth because they were cowards." Gertrude stole out of the room, and, From all points Cedar on Key the, Wildwood Transit Road., and.. 8.40a.m.
>' c : canted at inopportune moments, was below, a sheer 300 feet, and then a The cold impassive face was aglow running down stairs, found Losford in From Savannah and all points in
t :iisj amusing as any other Eton boy. green ledge, and then, far beneath, with energy ande xcitement. Was it the hall. He had mislaid a favorite the North and West................. 8.40 a.m.
t ; Nevertheless, at this moment two pale blue Crummock water. With a Gertrude's fancy, or was it that wordin stick. From all points Pensacola.on Florida Tallahassee Central, and&

i w : people at least were ardently longing quick shudder he passed his hand his:\ voice really struck her like a Mr. Losford," she began hurriedly Western Railroad.................... 8.25a.m.
; ,1.0 make his ears tingle. across his eyes and recoiled, white to whip ? standing before him in she knew FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
"And what is the programme for the lips. The hill is on the move, master, not what attitude of pretty humility, Train leaves daily., except Sunday-
Li i }..', ''t the young gentleman, not a, whit II hoarsely, falling back, while the others most man ; but shamed-facedly. memory of which is burning me with From Train Jacksonville arrives daily.,..except.........Sunday-.......... 6.40p.m.
;' flaunted by the unfavorable reception looked at one another in astonishment. Hush, his sister be there !I" put ina shame. I cannot forgive myself; but Sunday only-
1'1 of his last remark. Can we picnic I And quite right, too, Mr. Losford ; woman softly. will do? Bob has made For Jacksonville ........................ 5.00 p.m.
Red Pike ? It would be don't such foolhardiness I There instant's hesitation you say you From Jacksonville......................10.2-5 a. m.
1 -on the jolly try any was an amends. Let me do so. What a
i-iH: f ,' ," 'fun.1 beg," cried Mrs. Godwin loudly. while all watched the big miner ; then, foolish girl said cannot have hurt SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
,, t ;" The host hummed and hawed ; he Loudly, but not so that he failed to after a glance at their faces : you ?" she pleaded, as he .made no From ,Savannah Tuesday,,Steamr Thursday St.Nicholas and-

,f m+ k I :"'. rather preferred an. open-air enter- hear the one word Coward" to "We're with you, master !1" cried answer. Saturday.................. ............... 6.00 p'.in.
,' \ : <' iainment at a place accessible in an. distinguish the tone of contempt in he, seizing the tool at his feet.like a Rather, should.riot have hurt me," For Savannah. Steamer St. :Nicholas -

'' 1_,: open carriage. But if you have a which it fell from her daughter's lips, giant aroused. he replied, gravely ; yet it did cruel- Friday, Sunday.........,...Wednesday...................and.....9.00 a. m.
k'' Mouse among the mountains, up them as she turned away. The next instanthe The spell was broken ; and who ly, :Miss Godwin. But for the chance From Savannah, by the David
'; : ; 7" you must go. The climbing disease was 'his old, calm self again, but then so reckless as the Cumberland I occurrence of last night, you wouldbe Clark, Tuesday anil.:Friday._._ 6.00 p.m.
i i{ t :f-: js infectious, and there is no evading he knew that he had his dismissal.As men? Losford soon had to check thinking so still It was ungenerous For Clark Savannah, Tuesday by and:steamer Friday David..... 6.00 p.m.
P if-f SM ::i\," :it until by a permanent residence you for the bit of blue gentian, Bob them, and assist the foreman to compel as well as thoughtless." MALLORY LINE.

+, a 'i 1+r: become proof against its attacks. Mr. brought it up in a twinkling, and chat- them to underpin, and take other Gertrude winced under each almost For New York direct, by steamships -
Godwin would have to succumb sooner tered on in such a way' as to earn proper precautions as they woiked.In contemptuous word. She had State of Texas or City of
V > .or later. every one's gratitude. Yet it was a time, more men flocked from not bargained for this. Too much San Thursday evening 7.00p.m.

Yes, Bob," said Gertrude, suddenly dull party that wended its way down neighboring pits to the spot, and the hurt for tears, she murmured as she From San Antonio XeYork and direct State, by of City Texas of,

t J- laying down the fan with which the hill, and clear it was to more than task was carried on by gangs.. Not- turned away : every Friday.........,..;.............. 3.00 p.m.
I .she will to the that.a had i Mr. and :Mrs. '' ,
we Godwin's
r Y' was: playing, go one budding romance come withstanding I am sorry. ST. MARYS RIVER.
,r Bed Pike to-mororw. to an end over the little blue flowers entreaties, the poor girl most con- A, moment, please From any Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
t 1 :..' : And Bob, who thought that in his which nestled so harmlessly in Gertrude's cerned would not leave ; and hour other woman I should have acceptedthe ; For.St. Marys and Crandall,TuESday
he had.rather his fair hair. Yet hour and Friday........................ 2.00p.m.
mothers after
,))1'.n. language put. are while seemingly countless apology without a word. I have For St. Marys and Dungeness, on
r'':' foot in it," was comforted, and ,knew sanguine and Mrs. Godwin's face grew loads of earth were wheeled or carried scolded you that you might know Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m.
.that to the Red Pike he would go. scarlet with anger when the spray appeared from the deepening entrance, she what it was like1 before Tasked to For St. :Marys only, Monday and
:L: Gertrude's face as she went to at dinner walked and fro you Thursday................................. 8.00 a.m.
up again conspicuously to or: lay with Ger: give me the right to do it. Gertrude, Steamer Martha arrives-
11i; .lress for dinner was thoughtful. '* He fastened In the bosom of her daughtersdress. trade's hand in hers'on'the wraps l laid will you be my wife ?" From St. Marys and Crandall on

+ : showed his usual good sense," Mrs. in a corner formed byrtwo 'walls. How And Gertrude said "Yes.. Monday and Thursday............_ 7.00 a.m.
1i 4 Godwin had said, and the words kept If it was only an awkward hour at each shining worker was gazed at as 'When she had fully satisfied him From. St. Marys and Dungeness,
Wednesday and .._ 1.00
on Saturday. p.m.
; in her.daughter's ears until dinner that Mrs. Godwin feared Fate he from ,the Uirkness into the .
ringing ; came ; upon this point, she asked : From St.Marys only Monday and
her lips began to curl with scorn. ;If was to save her hospitality from, to do blaze of the fire .and deposited his : ." And you have quite forgivenme Thursdas .........._............:.. ..... 2.00p.m.
there was one thmg'which Gertrude her justice, an unwonted* slur. load Whoever 'worked by spells, Walter?" -
admired! it was courage ; was she beginning Where is Robert?" she asked pet- the figure Gertrude; knew best did '" I shall have when you have done Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.of

i ; I almost more than beginning, tishly, after helping the soup. Do not appear. But, :hen the faint the penance I order." There was a choice Tracts,high containing hammock twenty land on acres Orange each Lake
I v{ '.to like a man who could be called a you, know Violet r' lingering hope was dying) away, one of twinkle of fun in his eyes a stranger suitable for.orange growing and truck farming -
: .coward even by a boy ? It made her Miss Marston did not. Bob was the other men staying in the. house would not have believed could harbor are now offered for sale. These landsare

f i :i : cheeks tingle with shame and anger; n t'\\"oQt to be punctual, and she was came quickly up to Viole there.'r'It is that you wear the bit tation very, by conveniently water or rail situated, and will for be transpor-sold on
+ Proud and high-spirited herself, good aliottttd. say so when the butler, who Miss Marston\ do not be too san- of blue gentian at dinner this even'i terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unm ues-
., til .sense: of the kind Mrs. Godwin meant had been called from the :room, en- guine. There is hope yet, however. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in

r .*; .- was not in high esteem with her. And, tered hastily and whispered something The fall is only partial, and he may ing.The sight of. which harmless speci large February bodies.16. 1882.G. R.Fernandina FAIRBANKS., Fla.3r .

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]j'LOl MlllROU. candidate cannot be manipulated or I I I are'very erate-abotit' two centsa : tariff; it created and has continued them. actual settlers; that all unearned lands
qtn' IDA I t Its own tariff commission confessed a need heretofore improvidently' grunted to railroad
,'y"wlta controlled by a faction. mile each way-making the expenses :f of more than 20( per cent. reduction ; its corporations by the action of the Ilepubli_
GEORGE; R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. The feeling most prominent in the of travel very moderate. It is :I Congress gave a reduction of less than 4.per can party should be restored to the public
r. Nk cent. It professes a protection of American domain, and that no more grants of land

.. Subscription! 82< per year; six months, SI. public mind is very clearly that wise for our people to embrace the manufactures; it has,subjected them to an shall be made to corporations, or be allowed
+, flood of manufactured and to fall into
increasing ownership alien absentees
is need of afforded for a'
there a most imperative opportunities thus hopeless competition with manufacturing
Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor.' r We are opposed. all propositions which
I --.. reformation in the administration of change during our long, summer to nations, not- one of C 'which taxes raw mate- upon any pretext, wouldconvert: the Genera -*

RATES OF ADVERTISING. affairs at 1 'ashington. New devel- a higher region. lIt is" good for the rial.It professes to protect all American indus ing!taxes Government to be distributed into a machine for collect_
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for among the States
; ,, each subsequent insertion. opments of corruption and dishonesty -. 'wife and the little. ones, and gives tries subsidize, but a it few.has It impoverished professes the the protectionof many to or the citizens thereof.In

': Special local notices, 15 cents a line. in: the public departments 'both ,mental and physical recreation American labor; but it has depleted the reaffirming the declarations.of the De-

I Heading notices, 25 cents a line. returns of American agriculture, an industry mocratic'platform of 1856, that the liberal
I Special rate for time advertisements upon application at Washington, coupled with the equally valuable: all. It IS money followed'by half of our people. It professesthe principles embodied by Jefferson in the Declaration -

.: A'" at the office. .. notorious scandals of the past, well spent to increase the pleasureand equality of all men before the law, and in the Constitution of Independence, and sanctioned
which makes
attempting to fix the status of colored citizens the
.J Communications upon all matters of local interest indicate that a thorough change is promote the physical wellbeingof t; the acts of its Congress were overset land of liberty and the asylum of the oppressed

", solicited from all parts of the county and from demanded in the national adminis the family: Relaxation from !, by the decision of its courts. It accepts a dinal of every nation have ever been car
principles in the Democratic faith "
along;the tines of Florida railways. I new duty in leading in the work of progress ,

; ;, ,All communications intended for publication tration. home cares; a ,freshening up of the and reform: and its caught criminals are we nevertheless of foreign do labor not, sanction or the admission the importation
continued delays of
;, t ''r, should addressed, to the Editor: all business The reform party has been grow- thoughts, otherwise always in dan- permitted or actual to escape connivance through in the prosecu--, servile races unfitted by habits training religion -

letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ing in numbers and influence for ger of narrowing among the petty tion. ,Honeycombed with corruption the into the, or kindred qualities for absorption
,, outbrcaking of no longer shocksits great body of our people, or for citi-
J' SATURDAY, JULY' 19, 1884. several years past, and made .itself ,and daily recurring interests of iso- moral sense.exposures Its honest members, its independent zenship which our laws confer. American

felt in the elections of 1882 which lated homes the entering into journals no longer maintain a civilization demands that against the immigration -
; sympathy or importation of Mongolians
THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. succssful: contest for authority in its coun- to
swept congressional districts and with, others, makes ifs all sels or a veto upon bad nominations.That ,these shores our gates be closed. The Demo-
I cratic party insists that it is the duty of the
I FOR PRESIDENT: reduced the Republican majority to better and wiser, and wego back to a change is necessary is proved by Government to, protect with' equal fidelity

GROVER CLEVELAND, a small,,minority. The existence of our homes agaiwithajust appre- an existingsurplus has \'carhbeen of more collected than $100,000,00"0which from a suffering and vigilance at home the rights of its citizens, naturalized -
or abroad. To the end
1 yI OF NEW YORK.. this feeling is one or"the most en- ciation of others as well as of our- taxation.peopfe.We denounce Unnecessary the taxation is unjust that this protection may be assured. United
-, ,. Republican party States papers of naturalization issued
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT t 1 : couraging signs of the times ; the selves.S. 'foT having failed to I relieve the people from courts must be respected the executive by the
crushing war taxes, which have paralyzed
-- '' ;' THOMAS A. HENDRICKS cry for reform proceeds from the business, crippled industry, and deprived and legislative departments of our own Government
,. PASCO FOR. U. S. SENATOR. and by all foreign powers. It i is
", OF INDIANA. people who take an interest in good TheMarianna Times,one of the_ best week labor of employment and of its just reward. imperative duty of this Government to efficiently an-
The Democracy itself the
pledges to purify
government and in the perpetuityof lies published in West Florida, has the Administration from corruption; to restore protect of all the rights of person and
property every citizen in for-
republican'institutions. It is the following in reference to Hon. S. ,Pasco : economy; to revive respect for law ; and to eign lands, and demand :and enforce full
EDWARD A. PERRY reduce taxation to the lowest limit consistent -
While we unequivocally condemn the reparation for any invasion thereof. An
i reserved force of the people brought idea in politics). that /" To the victors belongthe with a due regard to the preservation of American citizen is only responsible to his
the faith of the nation to its creditors and
spoils, think that, for his untir- own Government for
,. 'out by the feeling of necessity.The we any act done in his
efforts and zeal for the of the pensioners.
ing success own country, or under her flag, and can
: FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: Democratic nomination is the Democratic party of Florida, the Hon. Knowing full well, however, that legisla- only be tried therefor on 'her own soil and
Samuel Pasco, of Jefferson, deserves some tion affecting the occupation of the people according to her laws the
; ands exists
MILTON H. :MABRY power :::
to the sentiments of reform.
: response recognition from the party he has so faithfully should be cautious and conservative in in this Government to expatriate an American -

r OF SUMTER. The candidate is a reformer par excellence served. He failed to get the nomination method not in advance of public opinion, citizen to be tried 'in1! any foreign land
for Governorship at Pensacolo. not from put responsive to its demands, the Demo for any such act. This country has never
-a bold brave straightforward personal to his but cratic party is pledged to revise the tariff ina had well-defined and
FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: objection us candidacy, a executed foreign poli -
from a combination of circumstances that spirit of fairness to all interests. But in i icy except under a Democratic administration.
CHARLES DOUGHERTY public man, not a politi- making a reduction in taxes, it is not
may or may not be for the best interest of pro- That policy has ever been in regardto
Y A OF VOLUSIA. cian. He has never been in Con- the party. There is no doubt that, politi- posed to injure any domestic industries, but foreign nations so long as they do not

A cally, he is the strongest man in the State, rather to promote their healthy growth. act detrimental to the interests of this coun-
-" gress or the State Legislature, we and we think thatthe' Democratic partof From the foundation of this Governmentthe try or hurtful to our citizens, to let them

THE RECOIL FROM BISBEE. believe, but has come to the frontas Florida is ready to-'confer any honor upon taxes collected at the customhouseshave alone; that as the result of this policy we

7 Mr. Bisbee's Congressional ven- him, that it will l1ic In their power to grant. been the chief source of Federal reve recall the acquisition ,of Louisiana. Florida
i the exponent of the people's ap- The election of a Democratic Governor and nue. Such they must continue to be. Moreover California, and adjacent Mexican territory!

tion was fixed, as was generally preciation of sterling qualities of Legislature, we look upon as a certainty ; many industries have come }o rely by purchase alone, and contrast these grand
".' understood and had the brief and the next Legislature will have to electa upon legislation for successful continuance, acquisitions of Democratic statesmanshipwith
,( very head and heart. He obeyed a spontaneous successor to Hon.Wilk Call, in the Sen'ate so that any change of the law must be' at the purchase of Alaska, the sole fruit

and simple duty to perform of registering of the United States: Inthe name of justice every step regardful of the labor and cap- of a Republican Administration of nearly a
call lead in the
to reformation ital thus involved. The of reform
and harmony, and in recognition of his process quarter of a century.
the decree of
t+ political must be subject in execution to this plain
eminent qualifications and services to the
of the affairs of a sadly misgoverned The Federal Government should care for
bos ce Unfortunately, however, for State, we say : Elect the lion. Samuel Pascoto dictate of justice.All and improve the Mississippi river and other
x '; city; he brought order out succeed Wilkinson Call in the Senate of taxation should be limited to the requirements great of the
'the and happiness of the water-ways Republic, so as to
,,,, peace of disorder, and enforced responsi- the United States. of economical government. The secure for the interior States easy and cheap
-" office-holding family the "Little necessary reduction in taxation can and transportation to tide-water.
bility and faithfulness in office. THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. must be effected without depriving American Under the long period of Democratic
:: # Giant" of Alachua and the sturdy
: labor of the ability to compete success- rule and merchant
field'of policy, our ma-
called the
Walls declined to be used for the Again larger Following is the Platform as reported by fully wich ,foreign labor, and without im- rine was fast overtaking and on

the reform of the government of the the Committee, and adopted at the Chicago posing.lower rates of duty than will be am- the point of outstripping that

? Tjenefit of Mr. Bisbee any longer, National Convention : ple to cover any increased cost of production of Great Britain. Under twenty years of
most and most
populous powerful which may exist in consequence of the Bepublican rule and policy, our commerce
and their independence The Democratic of
proclaimed Party the Union
State in the Union he was elected by its in National higher rate of wages prevailing in this coun- has been left to British bottoms and the
through representatives
of the dictation which has so long try. Sufficient revenue to pay all expenses American flag has been almost swept off the
the unprecedented majority of nearly convention assembled recognizes that, as of the Federal Government economically
... '. managed and controlled the Republican :: the Nation grows older, new issues are born administered high seas. Instead of the Republican party'sBritish
; including pensions, interest demand for the of
200,000 votes., 'His,record as a wise of time and and old issues perish, policy we people
progress and principal of the public debt be
can got the United States American Under
: voters of this district. The an policy. -
t but the, fundamental prineiples-of the Democracy -
and hon under our present system of taxation from
judicious Governor; at- the Democratic rule and, policy, our
approved? by the united voice of
convention undertook, to, sit down custom-honse, taxes on fewer-imported merchants and sailors flying the stars and
tracted all to him safe and the people, remaiu'8and will-ever remain as
( eyes as a articles, bearing 'the' heaviest on articles of in
n the Alachua delegation but the best ,aniisonlyJ'security% for the continuance stripes every part, successfully searched
upon luxury and bearing the lightest on articlesof
trustworthy candidate for 'the Presi- of freegovernSnent. The preservationof out markets for the varied products of American -
Messrs. Dennis and Walls were not necessity.We industry under a quarter of a
; centuryof
f dential office ; an office where high- personal rights, the equality of all citi- therefore denounce the abuses of the Republican rule and
t the men to be suppressed. They at zens before the law, the reserved rights of existing tariff, and, subject to the preceding manifest advantages over policy all other, despite nationsin our
toned honesty, and a thorough the States, and the supremacy of the:Federal
limitations, we demand that Federal taxa-
labor favorable climate and
high paid
retired from the office-holders'
a once Government within the limits of the Con-
knowledge of public affairs and the tion shall be exclusively for public purposesand teeming soils; despite the freedom of trade
y ; packed convention and held a conTention stitution, will ever form the true basis of shall not exceed the needs of the Gon- among all these, the United States. despite
practice of the same industrious, and our liberties and can never be surrendered ernment. economically administered. The
I their population by the foremost races::! of
counties and nominated
of six without destroying that balance of right "
of direct taxation known Internal
system as and the annual
faithful application of the methodsof men immigration of the
and which enables the continent
to "
", : General Walls. powers Revenue, is a war tax, and as long as young, thrifty and adventurous of all na-
t reform would be developed in peace and social order; to the tax continues the derived there-
1 place our public money tions; despite our freedom here from the
1a 'x No doubt Mr. Bisbee expects by affairs the of be maintained by means of local govern- from should be sacredly devoted to the re- inherited burdens of life and industry in the

t hook or crook to placate or control on highest plane a ment. lief of the people from the remaining bur- Old World monarchies, their costly wars,
But it is indispensable for the practical
dens of the war and be made fund defray
: constitutional administration of the a to their navies, their vast tax-consuming, non-
-'t this disaffection before November. application and enforcement of these funda- the expense of the care and comfort of producing standing armies; despite twenty
r mental principles that the Government
government. worthy soldiers disabled in the line of
; Will he succeed and make the Little should be controlled duty years of peace, that Republican rule and
I not always by one -
political in the wars of the Republic, and for the
It is no slight tribute to Governor '. The of ad- policy have managed to surrender to Great
i part frequent change
t'ta Giant" and General Walls eat } payment of such pensions as Congress may Britain, along with our commerce the con-
Cleveland that he should have been ministration is as necessary as a constant from time to time grant to such soldiers, a trol of the markets of the world. Instead of
', humble and him? We recurrence to the popular will. Otherwise
b m pie support like fund for sailors having been already the we'
British ,
Republican policy
chosen in with such
competition abuses grow, and the Government, insteadof Iarty's
: doubt this. Mr. Bisbee's promises being carried on for the general welfare provided, and any surplus should be paid demand, in beha American Democ-
: into the .
I ,'Nr names as Bayard, Thurman, McDonald Treasury.We racy, an American policy. Instead of the
i; m.1 have not always been performed, an instfifmentality for imposing favor an American continental policy, Republican party's discredited scheme and
Randall and Carlisle. Es- heavy burdens upon inany who are governed based more intimate commercial rela-
and with the outlook he hast for the benefit of the few who upon false pretense of friendship for American
L : present 'overn.
I tions with our sister of North
pecial periods call for especial men. The public servants thus become arbitrary Republics labor expressed by imposing taxes, we de-
: no Federal patronage to promise rulers. Central and South America, but entangling mand in behalf of Democracy freedomfor
The times call for reform
'j'I' leader
alliances with
a none.
the American laborer taxes,
I after the 4th of March next. His This is now the condition of the country. by reducing
We believe in honest
l! money, the gold and
r and the Chicago Convention has re- Hence a change is demanded. The Republican to the end that these United States may
selfish control of the official silver coinage of the Constitution, and a circulating compete with unhindered for the
+ powers
1' patronage party, so far as principle is concerned,
sponded to the call in the nomina- medium convertible into such of
\ primacy among 'nations in all the arts
is remiss in
practice. It is an organization
of the government in the inter- without loss.
; money and fruits of liberty.
tion of Cleveland and Hendricks. for enriching those who control its ma- Asserting the equality all before peace

,- est of his special friends and sup- chinery. The frauds and jobbery which the law, we hold that it is the men duty of the With profound regret 'we have been apprised -

has the SUM UERIltG.: have been brought to light in every,depart Government, in its dealings with the by the venerable statesman, through
porters disgusted more respectable peo-
ment of the Government sufficient whose struck that blow at the
are to person' was
ple, to mete out equal and, exact justice to
: and intelligent members of Summer flitting seems the established have called for reform within the Republican all citizens, of whatever nationality, race, vital principle of republics (acquiescence in

custom of the land. Every party. Yet those in authority, made color or persuasion, religious or political.We the will of the majority) that he cannot per-
4 the party. He is willing that an reckless by long, possession of power, have believe in a free ballot and fair mit us again to place in his hands the leadership -

t t : '.,, -: independent candidate for Governora body who can, strives to go somewhere succumbed to its corrupting influence, and count, and we recall to the memory of a the of the Democratic hosts for the reason
for have placed in nomination a ticket against that the achievement of reform in the administration
a change. people the'noble struggle of the Democratsof
r, whilom Democrat should be which the is
? independent portion of that partyare the 45th and 46th of the Federal Government
Congresses, by whicha
Before the increase of railway facilities in open revolt. Therefore a change is reluctant an undertaking too heavy for his ape and
i .supported but he, wants no independent Republican opposition was compelled -
; demanded such alike that his life has
; a change was neces- failing strength. Rejoicing
assent to
candidate in the' Congressional those who sought health and ,sary in 1876, but the will of the people was where illegal the presence of making troops every-at the been prolonged until the general judgmentof

l recreation had but a limited choice then defeated by a fraud which can never polls as a conclusive proof that a Democratic our fellow-countrymen. is united in the
: l race. be forgotten nor condoned. Administration wish that the wrong were righted in his
---I; ,, The colored people think he has"fooled of accessible places, and certain'well- Again in 1880 cliange was demanded by order. preserve liberty person for the Democracy of the United

known resorts, like Saratoga, were the people and was defeated by the lavishuse The selection of Federal officers for the States,we offer him, in his withdrawal from
4. I them long! enough. ,His of money contributed bv unscrupulous Territories should be restricted to citizens public cares, not only our respectful sympa-

; .. friends have, enjoyed the feast of, extremely popular with people from contractors and shameless jobbers, who had previously resident therein. thy and esteem, but also that lasting hom-
5' f bargained for unlawful age of freemen, the pledge of our devotionto
profits or high office. We
the South the oppose sumptuary laws which
: a} a ;:. office while the colored Republican although Virginia The Republican "party, during'its legal, its the citizens and interfere with individual vex the principles and the cause now insepa-

't o \':' springs shared the popular favor. stolen and its bought tenures of power, has liberty.We rable in the history of this Republic from
kir has been off with few crumbs.
put a the labors of Samuel J. Tilden.
.,: With the facilities steadily decayed in moral character and political favor honest Civil Service Reforms and ;
If Messrs. Walls and Dennis are in present travel capacity. Its platform promises are the compensation of all United States offi- With this statement of the hopes, principles
there has been now a list of its failures. It has and of the Democratic Party,
opened up a new and squandered cials by fixed salaries; the separation of the purposes
+ ( earnest, ,Mr. Bisbee's fate is written, hundreds of millions to create a Navy that Church and State, and the diffusion of free the great issue of reform, and a change in

1 sr ;\ .' i I f,,: '. .i nd he will never see the halls of f more available region much nearer does not exist. It calls upon Congress to education by common schools, that every the administration is submitted to the pea

to the people of the South. The remove the burdens under which American child in the land may be taught the rights ple, in calm confidence that the popular
L {Congress again. He has no future shipping has been depressed. It imposed and duties of citizenship. voice will pronounce in favor'of. new ,men,

s 1 l. Republican Congress to I look to to high and salubrious table lands of and has .continued these burdens It professes -, While we favor all legislation which will and new and more favorable conditions for

: South and ,North Carolina in Geor- a policy of reserving public lands for tend equalize the distribution property,' the growth of industry, extension of trade
.m t; seat him when defeated at the polls. small holdings by actual settlers; it' has' to the prevention of monopoly and to the and employment, and due reward of labor

: : gia and Tennessee, offer every advantage given away the people's' heritage,' till now' strict enforcement of individual rights and of capital, and the general welfare of
a few railroads and non-resident aliens, individual against abuses hold the whole country.
,: THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK. of climate and corporate we that the
,\ abounding in and corporate,:possess a larger areath'an'all welfare of society depends upon & scrupu-

f. The Democratic nominations at mineral springs of every description our farms between the two seas. lous regard for the rights of property as defined -
.It professes ,a preference for free institu- by the laws. We believe,that labor is A Washington special to the New York
i the Chicago Convention have,evoked with' varied attractions of scenery. tions. It organiztaHiud tried to legalize the best rewarded where it is freest and most Sun states that ,the understanding between

a very general' feeling of satisfaction. The increase of visitors has stimulated control of State elections by'Federal troops. enlightened. It should be fostered and Pope and the Republican leaders is that the
t "41 It professes desire to aid labor; it has ,subjected cherished.We .

r ::4 throughout the whole country. The the erection of hotels and the American working men, to the favor the repeal of all laws restricting Independent Democrats will support the

competition of convicts and imported labor. the free,,action of labor and the enactmentof Blaine Electoral ticket.
p 1' : only positive dissatisfaction comes boarding houses, and comfortable It professes gratitude to all who were disabled laws by which labor organizations may

l { from faction whose} is of f or died in the war leaving widows or be incorporated and of
a A :m hostility quarters at moderate rates can be all such legislationas Florida is one of the Southern States
orphans: it left to the Democratic House of will tend to enlighten the
itself ali indication that the nomination found all through this elevated re- Representatives the first effort to equalizeboth the true relation of capital and labor.people as to which Blaine will make earnest efforts to

't ,is .n ,good<; ,one, and that the gion. The rates of excursion tickets the bounties and pensions. It proffers We believe that. the public lands ought, as carry. North Carolina, Virginia, and West
a pledge to correct'the of
irregularities far
,. our as possible: to be kept as homesteads for Virginia are also in this list.
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E Foster H S Cooper, Mrs
St phen .
T Green, Miss Emily Webster. T J Dubos, +-++++-++-++-++++4+-++-11-M-it it ++I-++-f.+-++-++-++-++-++-+++++++++ :

It::1"llWile'ildenhair, A C lounger, M n.3foran. T = AND SUMMER :
l'It Olmmtead L E Barker, Jacksonville; G

5\J Lawrence ttS VSessor, Lei.Do.Ier.,Jacksonville Waldo; FB; J Ander-M Mef ++ GOODS EMPORIUM :

in 'Tallahassee; D P Holland, Perry Hol- -i
la ond, J II Burroughs, Jacksonville; G A t GOODS
Jos F Torus, wife and
Beard, Tallahassee; ++++++++ +++++++++++++. + -_
daughter. Misuel Prada Eugene Townes, -
DelanoJacksonville; E AHoustoun, Tal- .
Wailt.'s Washington, D C; Dr and Mrs A Lri'mlotoh
John s Winthrop i Tallahassee,
b rS Palidhe, W II Talbot, Boston: 'A Pee- FERNANDINA, -. FLORIDA. GOODS andNUN'S SILKS,
bles,New York; W II Poole, Chicago: II R
Jacksonville: Marie Chriaes,Tallahas-
ee'' -ft" S jjHtcli and lady, C.J Kt>worthy, JUST' RECEIVED AN IMMENSE STOCK OF VEILINGS,. BUNTINGS
wife and servant, Jacksonville; W A Ma-,

3'Albs: Annie; J Hilliard S Bailey Hilliard Jr, wife; Chas and T, Dress Goods Silks Satines Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods. t ,

Lucy: C L Chamberlin Newcomer-II W "
Chamberlin, Mrs Landauer and 2 children} n* '
Jacksonville; 11 V Wederraan, Tampa; WR Laces and Embroideries ;
Bowring, Conn:Norman.Merry,-New York FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. Hamburg Edgings and Insertings
FULL LINE of the newest patterns.
Fine Printing. Xc.
Cards. Letter-Heads, Note-Heads, Bill- SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS- Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.

Heads,Statements, and every description of 'Our Spring Clothing for :Men and Youths has arrived, and for style '
Printing,neatly executed at this office.
(AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT) and quality cannot be surpassed.

Summer Silks, Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties. .
40 cents yard at HamburgEdgings Gloves and Mitts.
to. J. &T. KYDD'S. JBWe are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New i

Special Cash SalesIN ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed. ;

JBST* Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off' or purchasing ;

BLEACHED; AND DROWN ON DOMESTICS, Gents' Furnishing Goods, elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.YDIDAr a ." .

Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday only, 1M'. *dbr.: K! : : ,A: .
AT 9.;. f
23 : MODE BRO'S. CLOTHING: Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,

= For l eJtt. .':" 0 K& NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. {. FERNANDINA".,' .
A store and Ilwelling: on Centre street BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS -k -'
Apply to J. A. ELLER ANN. ,,: ".
To l ent. ;
The two-story frame residence on Centre .
street, north side, corner of :Eighth street; LINE. !
cOll\"cnienth'located. Terms liberal.


Having recently established a WoodYardnear -BYPAUL. -
Duryee's mill, provided with all the a
necessary machinery for sawing and splitting i'c -
I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, ---E._ __ =---3aLt- t" -
sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fire- __ -_.- '
place,at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. 1 {1.. .. _
A. ELLERMANN. -__:.-
.. .j
Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. _
Tracts containing: twenty acres each of =
choice,high; hammock land on Orange Lake :'
suitable for orange growing and truck farming .- w ,
,are now offered for sale. These lands '
are very conveniently situated for transportation SPRING SUMMER GOODS -.a
by water or rail, and will be sold on ;
terms to suit purchasers. Titlesareunquestionable. f
Also valuable timber lands in
February In, 882. Fernandina, Fla.



ROYAL, ase'a Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
IIL [tY11d THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
+ ., Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low This Line, having no Transfers between Feriiamliiia and New
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
1 ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the

Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, LAKE TIIROUGII WEIR. BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

0POWDER freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .

Pier 20 East River.New York. 51-


Absolutely Pure.

TillS POWDER never varies. marvel to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of ij H. E. DOTTERER

purity,strength and wholesomeness. I
More econoiuical than the ordinary,kinds, il.- INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OFT
and cannot be sold in competition with the
multitude of low test,short weight,alum or MODE BROTHERSIN f
phosphate pi>wders. Sold only in cans. ,

f3 100 Wall Street New York. -
Xoiiec of Letters of Administra; 1* ,* .* '* 1

The heirs, representatives, and all persons .. ".,
interested, are cited to show cause, ifany -
Nassau county, Fla. on' or before the first ,.
day of September, 1884, why letters of adjumistration -: x : -
should not be issued from the ONLY'SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED!;!
"unty Court of Nassau county to Charles, Boots/ Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor; Oil Cloths. o ,
'V Lewisof Fernandina. Fla., upon the PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
estate of E. LeRoy Jones, deceased. ,
Witness my hand as Judge and the seal. .
w said court, this 16th day of July, A. D. ESPECIAL,ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS. OF, .. %. ,j {

1Sf84- H.,J BAKER, ,. I
County Judge, Nassau County. .t+J.'& I t- ,

+ -
+ I
Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.

or Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished,with MODE BRa'S NEW GOODS Received by Every Ste.amer.f!
without hoanl- Table Boarders will be ,. I.
.omtnoJated also '
; transient. '
: Mwa LUCY 0. THOMPSON.: ",' 18-lyU. FERXAXDIXA, FLORIDA. Cor. Second and centrc'Sts.. FERXAXDIXA';, 'FIiA. .
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1 t .. THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : JULY 19, ..188I -!.. ;

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GENERAL DIRECTORY.I' BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of Taxes-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. 11 0\1 F.s. -

: United States Officers. County Judge-R. D. Davis Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue W. F. Trantham, 'County Judge-M. J.Solomons. County Judge-A. H. Brownell.
1_ r./' Clerk-F. J. Pons; Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-W. W. Jeter. Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
r : {;",., LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis.

< $ \I Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.

t. 1 Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Rercnue-Thos. P. Shuler. Collector of Revenue William Tucker
l 4. Serve or-General-Malachi :Martin, Tallat Collector of t'enue-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. 8. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes Wm. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton

/ hassee. derson. Clerk-Peter.Knight, Key \h est. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent. of School*-Whitnell
DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A..Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. Curry.'
I Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C, )I.aio.ney.Jr., WASHINGTON.
; Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West., .. County Judge-N. C. Sha kelf rd. County Judge-Wm.'B. Jones.
I:i J3rshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Collector'rbY{Revenue-Mason S. Moreno Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. Skipper.
J. R. Richard
County Judge- Providence. ,
A i ,, } Clerk-Philip Walter) Jacksonville. Clerk :-Henry F. ,York, Lake Butler. Key West., Sheriff Treasurer W.J.H.S.Hutchinson.Leonard. Sheriff P. Melvin.
INTERNAL REVENUE.: Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools=J. V.:Harris,Key Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
Collector Revenue Manuel Palm
: Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes N. C. Lake West. ,of s. Collector of Ret'enue-John Roche.
; Collector Dennis Eagan, Wainwright, '
Assessor Taxes .
of -George Assessor Taxes
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. of- -George W. Cook.
.;: COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. (Collector of Superintendent of SchfJ l-N.)1. Scarritt. Superintendent of Sclool3-D. H. Horn
,' Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Count J. Baker, Fernan
John W. Howell, Fernandina. '
Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. ,' WALTON. CALHOUN.

: Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Olerk-J. A. Edwards,Fefnandina.. County Judge-Daniel'McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.
John F. House St.
Starke. Clerk D. G. McLeod.
Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-James S. Farinin.
BREVARD C COUNTY. Assessor-of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff -J. 'V. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph'S. Stone.

,- ; State; Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
Point. Collector of Re'enue'Y arren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of Revenue W. McLeod. Collector of Ret'emle-Jo l P. Atkins

/ EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. 'Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. 'Assessor of Taxes-John :M.: Bush

I Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. & Superintendent of Schools-W. G. CO\rell.

f-: Lieutenant-Go'vernor-Livingstou W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes:Wallace R. Moses; Georgian bothani. CallalianiCounty .
i, .
: na. Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan --:::::
,. Key West.Secretary of. State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig, Bre- dina. THE: CELEBRATE

lahassee. yard County. ORANGE, COUNTY.- .
.$ Comptroller-W. D.. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools M. E. English, County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlando. WOOTOIsT

.:::4#: i Treasurer-Henry A.' L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville.. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. DESKS.
Atto meJ-Gmural--George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY, COUNT., Sheriff Thomas W..Shine, Orlando.

1 hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor,,of Taxes-Janieb M.. Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT
r ,r' Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park.: Reid, ... OFFICE APPLIANCES
; Tallahassee. Clerk-J. Weston, Green Cove Spring. CoUectorlof, Ret'C1ttle-A. Ml Hyer, Sanford.

t : I Superintendent of Public Instruction-E.K. Slieriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. ,
r Foster, Tallahassee. Springs.,i Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, "-
: i'T] > j Adjutant-General-J.E., Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU ,Assessor of Taxes;-T. J., Branning. Fort Reid. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
4' OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. rUT AM COUNTY.

I :M Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-R. W.- Davis, Judge of Prolate-E. Harrison,'Palatka. i 8 WITH THEM.
1 Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
"q COLUMBIA, COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shalty.
Olerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee.
i a,' ; Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives,"Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A.'J. Woods.
Special Agent-Columbus
Building, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Retenlle-Joseph Price. No. S Flat Top. Why use Desks of
t Sheriff J. W Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools" J.- W; ordinary
r SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. construction when, for slight

e Chief Justice-E. :M. Randall,'Jacksonville. Collector'of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake"City. TAYLOR COUNTY. A additional cost you can have

: Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent ofSch ools-Jul i usPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.

.E. see. Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. '.' improveT.-
Associate Justice-R.'B. Van Valkenhurgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. : ---- side drawers done
Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean' Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner 3 away with.
; ..1r 1 '( '- ., Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry.County. We substitute revolving cases
',l,:: CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman,Jacksonville. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. which swing with a slight

'1 4r ";,1 First Circuit--Augustus E. :Maxwell: ? Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. i, touch of the hand, and
:Y sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Rezenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. thus enabled to are
:I: : ,; Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville. .. Assessor of Ta.Tcs-R. L. Henderson. furnish double

f. : .1. se'e. ; ', Collector of Revenue:...Moses J. Brown, :\"'ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.J the space generally given on
"& :;.; Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. ;each side; and when cases are I
Schools Albert J. Rus- County J'id9e-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
Fourth Circuit-James M.' Baker, Jackson-. Superintendent of tine. open, the whole interior i is
sell Jacksonville. _
ville. Clerk-Bartolo F. -- _- flooded with
Oliveros,' St.Augustine. light and all
r Circuit Thomas P. King Gaines-
_ ville. 'I Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Xo. 11 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached \vitli-
c' County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. i out change of position. A of
-. Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine. variety rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to

.% I Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llamhias, i I the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle toga great variety of desks.

,1 Assessor of Taxes-J. M.' Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. .

'} Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W.. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Pcrpall, A41 THE WOOTOZDsT
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.
t' FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J.Y.. Reed,
: Fall Term- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. Cabinet Office Secretary.
;, Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele Leesburg,
-'a Walton, 4th Monday\ in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. -_
W. L. Frierson Brooks-
l., Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday ville.County Judge- Sheriff( J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. J

in October. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.Collector \
r -'Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. i, The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday\ of Revenue-Joseph Hntchinson
,: in October. Sheriff-J. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. 1. i2 n to the business public. One hundred and J

4 Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday:; in Assessor of laxes--R. J. Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of Se/woli-A. H. Helven- i! - ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under S I
''s October Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich Brooks- stun, Sumterville. Qm n one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -
fi! Escambia, 1st Monday in December. L:
HI ville. COUNTY. Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials
: This act amended section' 2 of act of February -
10, 1879, and does not* change the' Superintendent of Schools-A. :M.C. Russell, County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live t a and Professional Men generally.Wootoii 0 c
Fort Dade. Oak. I, :Ny
n .
Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak.
Term- L. Crane 0d
Spring County Judge-H. Tampa. "
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor Collector of of Taxes-G.Ret'C1lUe'Vilson W.Umsted H.,Welborn.Sessions Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS : II

April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Welborn. t
Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa.Collector WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO., ,1
Superintendent of Schools J. O. C. Jones
> Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Live Oak. a

"l. Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., U. S. A. .,
:1 in A )n1.a of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.CountyTudgeJames t
: Columbia{ 3d :Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter- .

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
::1f in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
Assessor Taxes-S. D.
Fall Term- Hodges, Glen
Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello.
I Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Cove. E r
Collector of Retenue-P. X. Glen
1 October. Monticello. Bryan ,
'. Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Cove.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, ti.n -. .,, '" t
U' Suwannee 1st Monday after 4th Monday I Enterprise. ; -;' f c
i Collector of Rezenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon ',' V
;t, in October. ticello. I WAKULLA COUNTY. II

,. .'. Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- ,I County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. llfl I
t October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood, Crawfordville.
'' Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Clerk Nat. EW tl

t r in October. FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville.Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, I a y

i M Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
Spring Term- Treasurer- I
County W. Walker Craw- TOWN
z r Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. G .
1 +4' St. John's, 2d Tuesday March. fordville. t!
{ 4th in March. Superintendent ofScJiools J.C.Ramsey,New a
Clay, Tuesday Collector of Retenue-R. C.McMillan,Craw-
!' *' t.4'. Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Fernandina, I
County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock New
Baker 2d Tuesday in April.Nassau Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Crawford o
3d Tuesday in April. Troy. ville. Towns on R. R. Line
Collector Revenue-Adelbert S. I .No
it in of Ackley,
1 Duval, 1st Tuesday May. SANTA ROSA.
i L $ .Fall Term- Old Town. And Cedar Key. t<
Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend County Judge-John Chain.
4 : St. John's 2d Tuesday September. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
I!+ ,?; f'k' Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.
Bradford 1st in October.
of Rt'renue-'V. J. Williams.
in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd Tallahassee.
Baker 2d ,
Assessor Offers
of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. to Lessees and Purchasers a large
", Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.

Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk- C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. number of the most eligible and desirable 1
Superintendent Schools-Henry POLK.
t Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Jtt.dge-J. A. Fortner. Lots suitable for Business C
Purposes, or for
s :t Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. (
.e Collector Revenue-C. C. Pearce Talla- T,
of W.M.
Marion, 4th Monday in March. hassee. Sheriff Bowen. City or Suburban Residences, 1
1 : Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in 7rCUtlrer-F. F. Beville.
March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of R.et'enue-J. D. Filles., T
; ;<' Levy, 4th Tuesday, after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H.Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS. l .. .4 N PY P1 r > t

,.i;' .1 t March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. McCrary. r ri

i : ; Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to .4 '4 3S
/, ,; March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. DADE. 1.I ;

Fall Term- Assessor of.Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- I If
t Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-IJ. 'B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P.. Faulkner. ;
f: ti. Marion, 3d Monday in October. .Key. Sheriff Wm. M. Mattaur. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- = 3 T
r' Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. 7.L

Levy, 4th Tuesday: in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Revenue-Wm. H. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor .} 7.S,

; Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. E- 01;

November. ; residence, or in which to conduct theii
County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- JACKSON. E
3 SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son. ,County Judges-George F. Baltzell. S
Spring Term- S. A. Parrimore : business. t 11
Sheriff Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips.
1 c Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk-John M. Beggs, :Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. FE CT RTIGULAfi.PfrIIN .

e 'r'b' Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Superintendent of Schools Samuel J.Perry, Treasurer J tones s"Ei; Heam.: INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS ; p NEVER
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. <<
t Madison. Collector of Rtt1e11Ue-John B. Anderson. EVEr
'i4+ 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.

,. Fall Term- Collector of Ret'enue-B. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J.Erwin. crl: S NO E UAL
I 4:4: ; il Orange, 2d Monday in August. :Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and I

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson Mad- FRANKLIN. NEWHOMK- fi
]I Brevard,4th Monday in September. ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to

l Dade, 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. ,CHAS. W. LEWIS, 7
Sheriff-S. A. Floyd.Treasurer Fernandina. 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. ...Office, cor.Beach &7th sts. NANO \.AN1 J.B
County Officers. -R. H. Porter. tICAa
t > Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. () O F P 9
Collector.0J Revenne George A. Patton. ILLMASS.. GA.
-': !-S : ALACHUA. Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. .

;: s'b"' I i' nl County 1 e. Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- I! town.Assessor of Taxes W. F. Parrish, Braden- Superintendent Assessor of Taxes of Schools F. J. Egbert.-Henry C. Hicks. FOR SALE BY

4$ Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. rt
., ii.. s. Sheriff. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Po ash. County Judge-J. R.Hams. ,,- ;. "-,< HOTEL IN NEW YORK.Persons F

$ ; Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent; of School*:- Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. : : stIf
ville. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. ,,:'' ; : : ; ;Aii; ;:: visiting New York for health, business
- : el
; < ; > pleasure will find first-class accommodations at
:( Collector of Ret'enue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- :MARION COUNTY. Treasurer A. :M. Smith. '" :_ t. '" .," MILLER'S HOTEL. Location central, near fit]
.Tille. County Judge Samuel Marshall), Ocala. Collector'of Revenue-R.M. :Morgan.::\ '; 'fr:; "'t! ,' elevated and horse cars. Nice rooms,excellent d;
: Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxet-Hamilton McPhanl. q. table, moderate prices Turkish, Electric and
t Gainesville. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison.. : ; f Roman baths. Address DR.E.P.MILLETC,39
and,41 West Twenty-Sixth St.,New York.
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CITY TAX SALE. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. RAILROADS For information respecting routes rates Arrive at Thomasville .
daily at..... 4:56 n m
-irnTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Albany daily at.............11:30 a m
the following described real estate will CARD dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Montgomery: daily at...... 7:57 am' :,
r l'old at public auction on the! 7th day of TD1E OF,THE sonville. I Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a in :.

be i i s.. 1SS4, i in front of the Court House at GEORGIA :ANI) FLORIDA Arrive at Nashville daily at...:....... 8:10 a m
JU ) I din:!, in the county of Nassau,. or so FLORIDA! RAILWAY.& A1'IGITION'COIPAM' FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m
S thereof as will be necessary to pay the Arrive at Cincinnati daily at...:..... 7:25 p m

nnts due for taxes herein set opposite to In Effect May 19th, 1884. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION., Arrive at St. Louis daily at............ 7:50 a m
Inland ,
Sesame: together, with costs of safe and_'ad- Steamboat Co. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) ,Arrive at Chicago daily at:............ ,7:00 a m

vertibi"! : .. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. WESTWARD. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this

No. 1. 1'0.3. Train to Chattanooga via Jesup.
LOT .AMO,T. Accom. Mail. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville
oWNEE .. 1' NO HEATI-NO! DUST (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, ,TiI1 e.) Leave Jacksonville! ...... 8.35am, '5.55 p m to Savannah.

-- GOING ,Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.12 a m 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom

---Newton--- .......... .4............ .7 :$' 4 01 -BUT- SOUTH.Day Pas. m Pas. Leave .Baldwin............ 9.18am 7.45pm Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.

:.'radley Hiss. Gcrt. (?0. Or) .. 3........... '" 85 A Delightful Sail Along the .Picturesque A.M. P.M. 'Lake City.........10.44 am 11.04 pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
C3pO., .. .. ... 4........... ._) 0t.I 0':: Leave Fernandina.................. G.40 4.25 Live Oak............11.40am 1.30pm ville to Savannah.
., .. I' ... 0........... 2 191. Sea Islands. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.10 5.03 Madison ............ 1.08pm 3.45am Pullman Sleeping Cars on, this Train to .

San....... ...... 0......... 10 11 75 Arrive Callahan..................... 7.55 6.04 :Monticello........ 1.40pm 5.30am Louisville via Thomasville.
I) fiehl.. (For Island -- Leave Callahan..................:.. 8.05 G.30 Arrive Tallahassee........ 3.25pm "8.14am A Restaurant has been opened at Way-

U ors(), G..c)................. 2........... 25'' 7 29 Leave Dutton...............:.. ..... 8.35 7.05 Leave Tallahassee....... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m cross, and abundant time will be allowed
C't I Y&Lo, 1'.I'1. I'.. .-,,O(u!()' fit JS@-A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE-U Leave Brandy.Branch............ 8.50 7.22 Quincy............. 4.35pm 10.30am for meals by all passenger trains. '.
F. T. tracks road-bed.. 40 40 Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.10 7.47 Arrive Chatta. River..... 5.45 p m 12.23 a m Connecting at Savannah with steamers by

mainF. &1). It. it. 7,295; f t. -- Leave Baldwin...................... 9.20 8.30 New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti-

.sidetrack T :l11d road-bed 36 91 Leave Maxville.................... 9.47 9.00 EASTWARD.No.. N o. 4. more.

1 hes Frank ............ 14......... 33 3 88 THE STEAMER Leave Highland....................:10.07 9.25 Accom. Mail. for Connecting New at Charleston with steamers
IIu Itotiiusonl 11 h............... 1 k... 5_<) 7 49 Leave Lawtey..........:.............10.20: ? 9.45 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m York Philadelphia and Baltimore. '
I :: /1I' Leave Tem ............... ... Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
G S. ( ) 4 ?\J 7..tr- pIe.s. ... .10.30 10.14 Quincy ...-.......11.52 a m 3.15 p m and
tour.., .. (1S76).12..9) 3 n8 Leave Starke.......................10.42'. 10.25 Arrive Tallahassee.......12.55 p m 4.50 p m Checked Steamship connections, and Baggage : i

.. ., ( ) 10 93 Leave Thurston................ ....10.5410.43 Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.05 p m 5.20 p m and sections through. Also Sleeping Car berths
.. ((1881)).......... .25......... 10 21 50 a t1M Arrive Waldo.....................;..1114: 11.15 Monticello.......... 1.40pm 6.30pm Astor's at Company's office in
.. ((1851)).......... 18......... 0 21 50 Leave Waldo.......................11.25 1.15 Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55pm Ticket Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot -
.. ((1883)).......... l. .......;. 9 7 93 P.M u Live\ Oak............ 5.00pm 12.10am Line Steamers Office and on board People's
.......... 25......... 10 1323 Leave Gainesville.................12.10 2.10 Lake City........... 6.02 p m 2.30 a m and JENNIE H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE

4' 4' ...........18........ 0, 13 72 Leave Arredondo.................12.28 2.30 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.39pm 5.38am LANE

.:!CItt. .r C .................. S 8.......-10, 4 54 ST. NICHOLAS Leave Palmer........ ..............12.41 2.55 Leave Baldwin........... ............ ............ General JAS. L. TAYLOR,
.J\l'illianisou' M'. )1. J........... 0........... 2_<) 0 50 Leave Archer........................1255 3.17 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.23pm 7.35am A. M. IVES Passenger Agent.

rnknowl1..................... 13......... 1 2 30 YES FERXANDINA EVERY MON- Leave Bronson....................... 1.44 4.00 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains and 4 will Agent.
.. .................... 25.......... 1 5 19 LEA and Friday mornings. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.24 4.45 not run west_ of Tallahassee Sundays, but .

&I ..................... ........... 2 2 3U Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of Leave Rosewood ................... 3.04 5.25 will run Mondays. BOOTS AND SHOES.
., ..................... .7........... 17 7 55' Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday Arrive Cedar Key................. 3.30 6.00 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville

.. ..................... .........14 454 mornings, at 8:30: o'clock, standard time. GOING NOKTH. to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
.. .. .9. 2 30 Jacksonville to New Orleans daily TIIE NEW STORE.} )

.. ...N7..1". 1 '78 For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO Day Pas. Nt Pas. pr Take the FLORAL *jCrry: ROUTE,

.. ............ ........ 1........... 10 1,58. A.M. P.M. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
Leave .....
Cedar Key......... .. 7.35 6.40
.. ..................... 2........... 10 2 30 Leave Rosewood.................... 8.07 7.15 Central and Western Division.ST. :B { W. F. WOOD, Jr., |. SC
.....................1 58 Points in Florida Cuba Mexico
; Leave Otter Creek................. 8.38 8.00
.. .....................1.5.' ........ 19 1. 58 MARK'S BRANCH. .
Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 8.45 > { Proprietor
,1 ..................... 16......... 19 1 58 Bull .. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.) E:;
apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Leave Archer ......... ............9.45 9.25
.1 ..................... 13......... 19 1 58 : and Bryan streets, Savannah. Leave Palmer.......................10.01 9.50 Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00 am
..................... .5........... 25 3 35 I Brunswick pasengers'either!: \\"nwill be Leave Arredondo...................10.15 10.40 Arrive Wakulla............................ 9.05 a m O ; i
"' ......................5............40 3 98 transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.45 Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am I Oi

., ..................... N 8..... 4 2 57 Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.23 12.40A. Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a. m i 0
.. .....................N8..... 4 257 will be at risk of consignee.F. M. Arrive Wakulla.................... ........10.25 a in -r :*: I IS I

..,. ..................... 'V 8... 52 7 10 W. SIMMONS, Agent, Leave Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30 a m I I".' ''
(Old Town)..... 11......... 8 1 ().5 ,, ,
.. Fernandina. Fla. Leave Thurston...................11.56 2.30 S ,
., (Old Town)......5...........11 152 II C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't.Savannah Leave Starke.............:..........12.30 2.47 CONNECTIONS.At (Old Town)..... 8........... 1 2 83 Ga. Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57P. Jacksonville with Waycross Line for ANDS t t
II (Old Town)..... 12......... 14 152 J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. 1\[. all points North and East; with the Fernan .

Leave Law tey.......................12.58 3.23 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan S .f I
C. J. WESTBERG. Leave Highland..................... 1.14 3.45 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on

City Tax Collector. THESUN. Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River St. Augustine etc. -r
Fernandina, Fla., June 10, 1884. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- a: n

NEW YORK Leave Baldwin......... ........... 2.05 5.40 insular Division for Gainesville Ocala, Fer- ,
SHERIFF'S SALE. 1884. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 6.00 nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. C> CC >

VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 6.15 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida
BY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth ABOUT sixty million copies of THE SUN Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.60 &Western Railroad.At .
Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of gone out of our establishment Leave Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch > {j Fernandina, } E:;
I during the twelve months.If .
Nassau Florida in favor of Sylvania W. past Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.05 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
were to paste end to end all the
Jones, administratrix of the estate of John columns you of all THE SuNs printed and sold Arrive Fernandina................. 4.3$ 8.40 urdays. :B { Cor. Centre & Third. S ;
At Chattahoochee River
I n. Jones, deceased, and against William K. '- with the Pensa- t
last year you would get a continuous #! Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cola & Atlantic Railroad for 1W
Soutter, executor of the estate of JamesT. Marianna. Pen-
Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR
of information
Soutter strip interesting common sacola, )Mobile :Montgomery, New Orleans
deceased, I will offer for sale and ,
wisdom sound doctrine and TIIE NEW -
sense STORE.
Louisville and all
sell in front of the Court-House of said points West, Southwest,
county, in the city of Fernandina, Florida, House wit long square enough to the to top reach Mount: from Copernicus Printing DIVISION. and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola '-

on the first Monday in July, 1884, all the in the moon, then back to Printing (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.) Columbus and Eufaula. Professional and Business Cards.
rights, title and interest of the heirs, legateesor The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
House and then three-quarters of ;
square GOING SOUTH. -
all points West.Through -
of said
representatives James T. Soutter
deceased, in and to the following lands and the way back to the moon again. Day Pas. Nt Pas. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths W. K. BAUKNIGIIT,
But The Sun i is written for the inhabitantsof
tenements real estate situated P.M. A.M. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office
and inthecounty ,
being the earth ; this same strip: of intelligencewould Leave Waldo........................12.01 1.00 and at new office southwest of AGENT,
of Nassau, State of Florida and corner Bay .
designated the girdle the globe twenty-seven or Leave Dixie.........................12.22 1.30 and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Section; upon maps or public surveysas twenty-eight times.If Leave Hawthorne............ ....12.38 1.53 A. 0. MAcDONELL AND STOCK DEALER,
((15)) fifteen Township ((1)) BUTCHER.
North, Range 23. East. ,Purchaser to one for, every buyer of a copy of The Sun during Leave Lochloosa..................12.58 2.23 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, ANDDealer
title. JOHN A. ELLEn IAN pay the past year has spent only one hour Leave Orange Lake............... 1.22 2.53 Fernandina, Fla. in Ice
Sheriff Nassau over it, and if his wife or his grandfatherhas Leave Sparr's........................ 1.38 3.12 C. W. MAXWELL, .
Fcruarulina Fla. County. spent another hour, this newspaper in Leave Anthony Place........... 1.51 3.28 Master of Transportation TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
May 31, 1R8!.
1883! has afforded the human race thirteen Leave Silver Spring............... 2.25 Baldwin, Fla. BROOM STREET WHARF

SHERIFF'S SALE. thousand years of stead reading day and Leave Ocala............................ 2.45 4.20 D. E. MAXWELL, 19-tf FERNANDI A. FLA.
T VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION night.It Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.28 5.10 General Superintendent.
I3 sued out of the Circuit Court Fourth IS- is only by little calculations like these Arrive Oxford........................ 3.45 5.29 Fernandina Fla.
Judicial Circuit in and for the that you can form any idea of the circula- Leave Wildwood.................... 4.00 5.50 JAMES McGIFFIX,

Nassau: : Florida,, in favor of Noah county S. Green of, tion of the most popular of American news- Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.35 6.30 Savannah Florida and Western CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
papers, or of its influence on the opinionsand ,
executor of the estate of Avanah Green, deceased GOING NORTH.
actions of
American and
and against William K. Soutter. administrator The Sun is and will men continue women. A.1P.1f.. RAILWAY. Alachua Street between Second and Third,
of the estate of James T.Soutter. to be, a Leave Lcesbu rg...................... 6.50 5.35
deceased, I will offer for sale and sell in newspaper which tells the truth without Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 0.35 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All FERNANDINA A, FLA.
fear of
front of the) Court House of said county, in consequences, which gets at the Leave Oxford........................ 7.33 6.53
facts no matter how much the Orders and estimates from distance
tht!!'city of Fernandina, Florida on the first which the process costs, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.17 trains of 'his road are run by Central attended a care-
of all the world to. 25-tf
Monday! : in July, 1884, all the rights, title without presents waste of words news and in the most Leave Ocala.......................... 8.30 8.29 I ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes fully
and interest of the heirs l legatees or repre-I readable which is Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 : slower than Jacksonville time.ON .
'natives of said James T. Soutter in shape, working with all Leave .. A. T. BARNHILL &
and to I its heart for the cause of honest Anthony Place.. .... .. 9.15 9.19 SONS,
'!4r following lands and real estate l lyingand ment, and which therefore believes that govern-the Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.39 and after Sunday May 11, 1884, Pas-
being in the county of Nassau. State of Republican party must and in the Leave Orange Lake................ 9.40 10.03 Trains will leave and arrive as Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,
Florida, and described on the official maps of go go Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.43 follows: I.
w surveys as the N W i of N E }, S E \ of If year know The ', Leave Hawthorne............:....10.23 11.15 NEW ORLEANS E.. Pr.ESS. FERNANDINA, FLA., .
Sun like it
N" E J and SV J of N W i of Section ((1)) and you you will read it with you accustomed already dili-, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35A. Leave Jacksonville daily at...!...... 8:30: a m ,

one. Township ((1)) one N, R 23E., Purchaser. 'gence and profit during what is sure to be M. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m Blacksmiths, (Gun and Locksmiths,
to( }pay for Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15
title.JOHN the most interesting year in its history. If Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15 a m
A. ELLER IANN. you do not yet know The Sun it is high 33-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Waycross daily at...........11:01: a m Carriage and Shipsmiths.
Kernandina Sheriff Nassau County. I. time you get in the sunshine. Night Passenger daily.F. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 3:17: p m
Fla.. May 31, 1884. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......? 5:10: p m
SHERIFF'S SALE. ..& J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m REP DONE IN ALL BRANCH-

TT FERNANDINA Arrive at Pensacola daily at..........11:45 p m at reasonable rates.
U execution AND issued BY VIRTUE OF AN TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.The GOING SOUTH., Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 4:45 a m Orders for SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINTING -
out of the Circuit
't.curt Fourth Judicial Circuit, for Nassau several editions of The Sun are sent Leave Fernandina...................... 6.00 p. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m will be promptly attended to, one of

1JU1lty t in a suit in said Court determined, by mail, postpaid, as follows: Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.36 p. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- the,members of the firm being a first-class
''herein J. C. Read is plaintiff and John 0. DAILY-50 cents a month, $G a year; with Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 7.40p.m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
cola. Mobile New Orleans Texas all trans- Painter. 23
Donald Sunday edition, $7.SUNDAYEight .
defendant: I have levied upon and GOING NORTH. Pullman Buffet and
'Mississippi points.
will t'11llt public auction, in front of the pages. This edition fur- Leave Jacksonville..................... 7.10a.m.' Cars on this train Jacksonville to
Sleeping ,
: Urt.IIouse in the city of Fernandina, during nishes the current news. of the world, spe- Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.12'a. m. 'Pensacola, Mobile and.New Orleans. C. C. STRATTON & CO.,
the legal hours of sale, on the first: cial articles of exceptional interest to every- Arrive Fernandina..................... 8.50a.m.
Monday I in August being the fourth day of body, and literary reviews of new books of # Trains daily except Sunday. FAST MAIL.
said Jacksonville at.,......... 2:30
month, the following described lands, the highest merit. $1 a year. ,Leave daily p m OF MACON, GEORGIA,
iei fed WEEKLY SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10
-$1 a Eight of the p m.
upon as the property of John O. year. pages Leave Jacksonville..................., .
Donald :: E I of NE J. of NE i. Section 30, best matter of the daily issues; an Agricul- Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10: p m
Township tural of value Fernandina..10.25 a. m. Arrive at daily at........... 5:05 m
Department unequaled Waycross p MODE BRO'S
2 X, Range.25: E' E of Section special :
Leave Fernandina......................
I. Town hip 2 market reports, and literary scientificand 5.00p.m. Arrive at Jesup daily at:............... 6:35 p m HAVEIADETHE Fla. the author'
X. Range 25 :-220 acres; Arrive Jacksonville.................;. 6.25p.m. ,
lots 7 and 8 in Block C, Callahan; i of domestic intelligence make The Weekly Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m ized Agents to contract for the sale of their
';ecnot!i4SofNEW4ofNWNEt iK Sun the newspaper for the farmer's house- Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m

if t Set>tion 3, Township 2 N Range 25 hold. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at'Yashington.D.C.daily atll:00 p m
iacrcs'or mor> or less : also,,fractional copy free. Address Arrive at New York daily at........ '6:30 a m BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .

i.v\v; *i Section 2?,Township 2 N, Range. 25 E-- I. ,Yo ENGLAND, Publisher, FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting at Waycross with Through
;13er'S. more or less.. The Sun, New York City.UNIVERSITY With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room wishing to purchase! will get all information -

Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars, Waycross to New York with- as regards prices from them.

JOHN A. ELLERMANN, HOTEL for New York on'Thursday. out change. Samples of different qualities. and stylescan

P.. Sheriff Nassau Count}'. With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE. EXPRESS. be seen at the office of

_. nanditia, Fla.. June 28, 1884. and ;Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonuille! daily at.......... 5:30 p m MODE BRO'S
ln SEWANEE TENN. CALLAHAN Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 9:00 a m 2G Fernandina. .

the Circuit Court Fourth Ju- To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:20 p m

dirinl Circuit Nassau County and all points North and West, daily.AT .Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m CURTIS d CO. ;',
I'lorltla.3N1 MAY, ::1..8'84.'THIS Leave Gainesville daily,at............. 6.15 p m
and BALDWIN Leave Newnansville daily t:t......... 6:57 p m ESTATE AGENTS, '
E To from Jacksonville Tallaha.see.and
M. MOORE, ) Leave New.Branford daily at........ 8:20 p m REAL
all South West and ST. MARY'S GEORGIA
points ;
BERIAII" f DIVORCE. HOTEL, NEWLY BUILT AND daily. Northwest Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m ,
)r 00 RE. J will be opened on the 1st of Arrive at.DtiPont daily at..12:10 a m
T AT HAWTHORNE, ............. 2:25 Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated Exchanges
I l.rPE.RIXG, FROM AFFIDAVIT June for the receptiou of Summer Visitors. To and from Palatka Sunday. Arrive at Albany daily at. a m -.,
Berniah Moore the defendant Situated on the Cumberland plateau, in the daily except Arrive at Jesnp daily at.................11:05 p m effected.
r Town Lots from 25 feet to 4. -
Mill Sites
tides' beyond the limits domain of the University of the South, and AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Macon daily at.............. 7:00 am
of the State oft from 5 to
norid, w that t ordinary be within six miles of the Southern Chautauqua With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive-at Atlanta daily at.;:.........12:25 p m acres, Lands 5,000
'eI Upon him; now, therefore process cannot it is or- grounds at Mont Eagle it offers unusual at- and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m acres for sale.

d1'l'l\lthat a hearing be had tractions for Summer Visitors. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at.......... 1:25 a m X. B.St.. Mary's having been selectedas
the facts
: '"'(d L"i cxpm 1 plain ant's bill upon of The passenger trains on the Nashville & With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi ..
da\ ui above : the complaint first Chattanooga Railroad. connect AT COWAN West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at_...... 7:00 a m. Canal (under the survey made for Govern- .
in oco ) jts.causc'on )1011- with the Tracy City Railroad to Sewanee. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Chicago daily at............ 6:10 p m ment by General Gillmore), charters for the

BAKER J'l2j- The charges will be-per day, $2.00; ,Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p m construction of which having been grantedby
June')fltl_ .Tl.8ES)1.. 31-3m per week, $10.00 ; per month, $40.00; for the every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:30 a m the United States Government and the

season, (three months), per month, $35.00.Address Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
A F01' Rent for and from Key West, Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m increase in the value of adjacent lands may

"ore and dwelling 011 Centre street. UNIVERSITY HOTEL CO., Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m be confidently looked for.:' (See New York

APply to J. A. ELLERY.\ 29 Sewanee, Tenn. and"Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m n,27-3-83.)


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; ': ,. THE'FLORIDA MIRROR. St: Joseph's Academy.The and the audience applauded him gener-

4 commencement exercises at St. Jo ously. WHAT SHALL I GETTO' EAT

t seph's Academy in this_city took place on The exercises closed with the pleasing
, fS.VO ; 1.00 Tuesday and Wednesday evenings last,' operetta"Crown Virtue.." in which all the

at the Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph,' young ladies again took part, thus endingan
9 ,, Tuesday being set apart for the young ladies agreeable entertainment_ in a most IS EVERT
of the and the bo Both occasionswere morning, now-a-days. Perhaps we can help you out a little. We have:
t ,:.,. Monday: was the warmest, day season. Wednesday .s. pleasant manner.

I:' 4 t, Mrs. R. W. Southwick has gone to,Newt largely attended by the friends! of the After the close of the exercises the pre- Ferris' Celebrated ,Sugar- Ferris' Celebrated SBreakfast r-'nrtl

: iA York for the summer. pupils and of the ilistitut;on. miums were awarded to the scholars accord- cured Hams, Bacon Strips,

Professor Charles E. Avery, of Boston, is The order of exercises for Tuesday eveningwas ing to their,proficiency. The gold cross for Dry Salted Pig Meat, Sugar-cured Shoulders
as follows: the highest honors for the young ladies was
stopping at the Mansion. Smoked Beef; Fnlton Market Corned Beef
Entrance March (Blake)..._Misses L. and A. Kelly awarded to Miss Aggie Kelly. The special ,

w The walls of Mode's new building are up, Welcome Song(Simplician) ...........................Class silver ,medal, contributed by Mrs. V.. R. Mackerel by the piece or kitt, Breakfast Mackerel in oblon,

and the roof timbers in position.Mr. Duet-Qui Vive Galop (Ganz.)......Misses D. Acosta Johnson was awarded to Master E.Lasserre. Boneless Codfish, tins.
and L. Henderson
R. W. South wick's valuable trotter,
.. Prince," died on Monday evening last. Mme. De St. Elme, a rich widow.. Miss: A. Kelly Organize.It .

Mr. R.V. Dohoney returned from a flying Lilia, her adopted daughter.............Miss'L. Kelly is not at all creditable to'the Democratsof Salmon, Oysters Mackerel Lobsters,

visit to New York ,and Baltimore Tuesday Virginia, I Girls of the village "MIss!I. White this city that no campaign organization Codfish Balls, Clams Clam Chowder, Brook Tront
-, last. Delphina, J 1 Miss N. Ligeour has yet been formed nor suggested. Thereis Deviled Crabs, Kippered Herring, Tripe, Corned Beef!
Lisetta } f .....Miss M. Acosta plenty' of good material here for a live
4 and bride of King's I Little 1 Roast Beef; Mutton, Chicken Deviled Ham, Chicken
Mr. Wm.: Mizell villagers and
Marietta .. .......Miss D. Acosta pushing and effective club, and it' is to be
r Ferry, were registered at the Mansion this :Miss Josephine-a friend of Mme. De St. Elme, hoped that steps will be taken to organizeat and Turkey, Turkey,

, .4 week. Miss A. Starrat once. There are many who ,have never Boneless Pigs', Feet Lunch Tongue,

'.d 4ti Amelia Lodge, No. 47, meets on Tuesday Mrs. Rogers, the housekeeper.........Miss}I. Nolan taken an active part in politics before who Potted Ham, etc., Boston Baked BeansIluckin's ,
Margaret, Lilia's mother..Miss M. Peterson
evening next in called communication.Work I would gibe earnest effort to the cause of reform ,- :Soups, Evaporated Vegetables, Soup
-3 Annette, a waiting maid...........Miss C. Mullarky
in the F. C. degree. After Act I. I I which' the 'Democratic candidates rep- American and Imported Sardines, Sugar-cured Ham. Mushrooms.

i The steamer Titos. Collyer brought a large Duet-Lucia Di Lammennoor..Misses H. Glaiber resent. Let an effort be made at once to
fiijOur limited in THE MIRROR to the list
..a ; space compels us amputate of eatables
i colored excursion party from Darien and and O. Angel prepare for the campaign. The first stepis
I After Act II. here, but we will see you again.
and it should no be
Brunswick Tuesday last. organization, longer
i ; on Duet-Poet and PeasanOlisses D. Acosta and M. deferred. jS iir Goods delivered to all parts of the city FREE OF CHARGE.

The, money-order bureau at the Post- OPERETTA "GENEVIEVE."WhiteSTRATTON'S

office will be open hereafter from 8 a. m. to Genevieve........................-............Miss M. Acosta The City Cou tcU. FRED 'V. HOYT &' COO

12 m.and from 1 p. in. to 4 p. in. Isadore, Genevieve's sister..........Miss M. Nolan The regular meeting of the City Councilwas ,

Dr. A. L. Randolph) and wife and Mr. J. Grace........................................Miss M. Peterson held on Wednesday evening last.
? Maids of Isadorel\Iisses E. Wheeler and A.Kelly ,
7 S. Winthrop, of Tallahassee, were among Present: G. F. Avery, President ; Alder
Duet......._.:....-Misses C. Mullarky and A. Starrat ,
this week. men Hoyt, King, Robinson, McGiffin, Dor- ----
the arrivals at the Strathmore : Piano Accompanist........_...............Miss L. Kelly
d The Strathmore, on Amelia Beach, is Chorus-Companions of IsadoreSchool.Piano sey and Austin. WHOLESALE ANDRETAIL.
Solo-Les Hugenots Smith.Miss L The following, bills were ordered paid:
taxed to its utmost capacity., The management ( Kelly
;{ The ladies acquitted themselves creditably -! Emil 0. Friend services as City Clerk _
." commended the )'oung
+1 this year is by guests. May and June..........................$50 00 '!I
in the drama but it' in the vocal
H During the summer months, the morning was R. L. Denefield, Marshal, salary for

Church have and instrumental music that the careful June..............*........................... 41 66May
services at the Presbyterian
.1 training, for which the institutions fostered : Denefield, day scavenger service "

ftry i been discontinued. Services will be held by the Sisters of St. Joseph in this State for June .................................... 17 00
; at 7:30 p. m. F. C. Latham! night scavenger service '
.a are noted, ,was more especially'observableWhile for June .................................... 98 00 ""- :: ."=' -2'r' ''''' =. = -.. ,- ..
The !Masion House keeps pretty busy this it is difficult to discriminate amongstthe W. J. Godfrey, work on hook' and ;d K-lgl -**- *: y V n-

,, warm weather. Mr. Dent is gaining popu- individual scholars, where all did well, ladder truck............................... 4 2 : --- rf !
larity daily by his urbanity and genial few. While H. E. Dotterer, supplies for lighting ..:
we cannot help mentioning a street lamps............................... 9 80 ;
kindness to all.
the Misses Aggie Kelly and Maggie T. A. Acosta supplies for lighting

Among the prominent Jacksonvillians at Peterson carried off the palm for street lamps............................... 2 45 :.,f.- .., .nr".l,..."- .r'-= "-- ,o\.E\ / .
k the Strathmore this week are )Ir. and Mrs. their acting, Miss :Mamie Nolan sur- J. E. Meddaugh, hanging lamp ,for ....".k..';fi.. ,.'..._.--;;ink; l Pc"pN J .. -
Council Chamber....................... 5 50 J"S _:--- .- z A,:,
; J. G. Christopher, Dr. and Mrs. Ken- i prised the audience with the sweetness of 'J.'.H. Mooney, services as Inspector of .i-.... ;lt":; i:,. J3j0 ., .., ,
air worthy Mr. and Mrs. C. Benedict. her soprano voice in the opening chorus ,Chimneys and Flues................... 30 00 ;-.,.... .', :-'" .c :..'.. _.r-'r._3....

The iron front and terra cotta trimmings and the operetta.Genevieve." Miss Nolan's .E. 'V. Nix, stationery........................ 610 errpa..!: k I
R. L. Denefield ..... 2 00 -
feeding prisoners. ;; i>
enunciation is and her voice clear and
{ for the Mode building were shipped from good, -
Ned Small, 6i days' work on streets... 8 13 OL _. S
New York via the schooner Amelia P. finely modulated; it only lacks power. Lewis Spalding, special police............ 3 25 ,

ScJimidt of the Ray line, Thursday. With proper training and culture it is certainly Hogarth Williams, special police....... 3 25
very promising. Miss Liza Kelly'' A. Peterson, special police................. 100
r Josiah T.,Walls is out out as an indepen- 3_ --_
played the accompaniment to the choruses The scrip, bonds and coupons recently
dent' candidate for Congress from this dis-
cancelled by the Finance Committee were,
and operetta with the precision, ability and !
.trict. At a ratification meeting held in
destroyed in Council.
grace of a finished performer. The musical open
.y Gainesville last Saturday, Hughes, a young The Street Committee was instructed tolIa.e
duet"Poet and
i gems of the evening were the ... ,
white man one of Walls' lieutenants, was SOUTHPUB.CO NY'ysw G ? + .w
Peasant," by the Misses D. Acosta and M. the plank walk to Old Town repaired.Ther .
shot in the wrist by a Bisbee striker. Of 'C Collector made his final report
White, and the Piano Solo "Les Huguenots .
r course that sort of argument will not ," by Miss Liza Kelly. It was ''to be for the collection of taxes for the, year 1883, A. B. NOITES,

harmonize the factions. which was referred to the Finance Com-
regretted that the latter had been put downas

i, Pope's friends would make it appear that the closing piece for the evening, for dur- mittee. DEALER IN

.a Eagan's repudiation of the Independent ing its performance and before its close a The Marshal presented his resignation as FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES

? : ticket signifies nothing. In this they are number of the ;younger members of theboys' Sanitary Inspector of the city, which was ,

l: mistaken. Eagan to-day is the ablest man who in the laid, upon the table
class, were sitting rear, Hay and Grain Ship Stores
I in the ranks of the party and evidently was saw more substantial attractions in the ice Mayor Pope sent in the following com- ,

,,, + regarded so Washington when he received cream table in the hall set for the children, munication to Council, which was read and FURNITURE, STOVES,. PAINTS,

; ;t the best appointment in the State of Florida and began filing out of the room, and some referred to the Committee' Sanitary Im-

,; in the gift of the Federal Government. His of the finest effects of the piece were lost to provements, Cemetery, etc.: CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOWWARE.Prices .

opposition to the Independent ticket means those sitting at a distance from the stage. To the Honorable the City Council of Fernan-'

its defeat. The duet by the Misses H. Glaiber and dina: Low as the Lowest.
r1'r GENTLEMEN: would most respectfully
I .., ', The Walls independent movement has Otilie Angel was rendered with precision, recommend to your honorable body that
a t 1 more followers than it is generally given and received the hearty approval of the audience appropriate legislation be made to pro- N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis,, Fcmandina, Fla.

I credit for. In the nominating convention both of the misses being under nine vide for the appointment or election of a .

here of the colored delegates expressed of Park Commission, and also for a commis- Thermometer !
'j many years age. sion _to have charge of the city cemetery. Range of FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER
x : their preference for him, and were The exercises for the second night were as These::! commissions should be given certain FOR THE 'WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 18,

i ;t only brought to vote for Bisbee by the crack follows: powers;,subject to control, and be if ap- IIORSEY'S DRUG STORE. FOR SALE CHEAP :

! x 1 of the party whip in the hands of the Entrance March Xaveria(E.M.S.)Miss L.Suydani pointed,of worthy and prominent citizens, ... ...
.f at bosses. Welcome Song..............._...................Boys' Class whose interest, in the matter will be some I.9 ..-.... I ....... 9 Wind T DGINGS AND SLABS,
t DRAMA-JOSEPH IN EGYPT. guarantee of their efforts to improve and I a C'-1 :::.. I =- Hi 10 cents per load.
f W. H. Garland has placed beautify these public properties. These I I
Mr. upon our 1- r nSaturday..July ::) ROUGH LUMBER,
I Joseph, under the name of Orasis........J. Ligeour commissions should be to hold
I; > J table some beautiful samples of grapes oft Benjamin......_...............Master Frank Williams office for at least one year.I appointed. 12 80 83 87 861 S. W. From $o to$16 per M ft.,

; the Herbemont variety, raised in his gardenon Simeon, \ f Freddie Williams would also recommend that an ordi- Sunday ..............13 80 00 87 S. W. according to quality.

ht; on Ninth street. Mr. Garland has experimented Reuben, } Brethren of Joseph [MasterT.McGiffin: nance be passed to punish those who are Monday ............14 81 190 92 B8 W. DRESSED LUMBER,

t:M, this year with the Bradley Phasear, an Egyptian noble......Master II. Barker found with or using, an implement knownas Tuesday....July 15 79 88 88 86 S. "". $12 to $::20 per M. feet.

l'1 '' tree fertilizer on his grape Zares, servant of Joseph................:Master F. Papy "slung shots," and making those damag- Wednesday..16 80 88187 86 X. W. Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.
orange ... .....
ing public or private property punishableby Thursday .17 80 82 W.
vines, and it has proved a success. The Other brothers of Joseph and guards.School Boys fine or imprisonment. Friday..............18 79 187 184 82 S. E. WILLIAM B. C. DUKYEE '
1 After the Drama.DuetLe 'Steam Saw and Planing
fertilized bore and fruit I would also recommend that Council
more larger Mardi Gras (Schubert)...............Misses M. for ------ Office foot Centre Street. jf
provide a dumping ground garbage and
vines and the leaves of
+; than other were Peterson and M. Nolan
a .. ? twice the size while the growth of wood Recitation of the .. for the scavenger carts.W. MARINE. MERCHANT TAILOR.
,.1, ", -Charge Light Brigade. H. POPE, Mayor. ,

t" t /. was much more vigorous. School Boys Alderman Robinson offered an amend- Port of,Fernandlna. R. :-
.' Duet-Philomel Polka(KunkclIisses A. Starrat
Dennis! Eagan, who is undoubtedly the ment to the ordinance making appropriations HIGH WATER.
and A. Kelly removed his business to the rooms over
1 :, most clear-headed and powerful of the DIALOGUE-THE NOBLEST BOY. for the year increasing the amount Saturday, July 19...... 4:51 A.M. 5:28 P. M. i the New York Bakery on Centre street.

'' 'h, leaders of the Republican Party in this George Stedman..Master J. Sails appropriated for police purposes from $900to Sunday, h 20...... 5:56" 6:29 It I He has received an assortment of seasonable
l u
al Monday 21...... 6:54" 7:2.3"Tuesday
rw State, had himself interviewed b) a representative Fred Cummings.......................Master E. Lasserre $1,500. 22...... 7:47" 8:15" i goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto the
::-.; 7 of the Times-Union. He repudi. Sam Ford.................._.................Master P. Kelly Upon motion of Alderman Robinson, a Wednesday, ." 23...... 8:37": 9:03" best make them up to suit all tastes

,: ates the Pope-Greeley Independent ticket, Cyril Lowell...................._....._.Master F. Acosta committee of three was appointed by the Thursday, u 24...... 9:24 it 6:46: h ; style.Repairing neatly done.
1 the teacher....._Master F. Ferreira u Mr.Converse 25..10:09 10:28
ii ? ,, and if ii receives the endorsement of the ,President consisting of Aldermen Robinson Friday, ; Fernandina. Fla., July 12, 1884. _
Trio-The Shepherd's Lay_...Misses H. Glaiber,
: Tallahassee Convention will not support it. A. McGiffin and 0. AngelBOY Hoyt and Dorsey, to classify the rules, ENTERED. -FOR-

t He is not alone i in this! respect. A large TALK-SMALL BOYS. ordinances? etc., of the city. July '14-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-

M, number of the best men in the party would Bennie.........................................Master }I. Papy The Street Committee was authorized to nah ; with passengers to F. W. = I

under' than Jimmie..................................Master R. Starbuck Simmons agent. ,
defeat flag : :
prefer Republican utilize the coal ashes discharged by the Mai-
Willie...._..................._.............Master D. Kelly 15-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel Pa- CaINERY"I"
u success under such leader as Pope. Johnnie.....................................Master J.Howell lory steamers for filling in low places in latka. I--!

; :> Duet-The Robin's Return......._.....Miss L Kelly streets, etc.Adjourned.. 16-S. S. City of San Antonio,Wilder- OF ALL KINDS
'&! Fire on the Steamer Martha. and E. Wheeler 1,680 tons, New York : freight ,

t ,:t. The pilot-house of the St. Mary's OPERETTA-CROWN, OF VIRTUE. and passengers, to R.W. South-
1.. i Go to F. M. Robinson
i river packet steamer Martha caught fire Catherine Durand,the grandmother A.Kelly Married. wick, agent. : ,

I Rosetta...........................................Miss M Nolan 16-Brig Nellie, Peterson, St. Mary's.
+' while she was lying at Centre street MIZELL SANDIFORD.-0n Tuesday, July "
Rose_..............._.......__............Miss E. Wheeler 15th. at the residence of the bride's uncle 17-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Sa MANUFACTURER and DEALER,
: The fire discovered van-I
u : dock last Saturday noon., was The Countess........._....._..........Miss M Peterson Mr. Ralph B. Sandiford, by Rev. Wm. R. nah ; freight and
{ F. W. Simmons !
ls ; by one of the hands of the boat and Little Peter,the Drummer...->......Misn: N. Ligeour Johnson, Mr. WILLIAM MIZELL, of King'sFerry ,17-S. S. City of Paiatka, agent.Vogel Pa JACKSONVILLE, -, FLORID

Y ; 't': a stream of water put on it from the steamer Jenny......................................Miss C. Mullarky and Miss SUSIE SANDIFORD, of St. latka. ,

's pump. The fire department responded ChorusClass.Our Mary's. .' CLEARED. FOR RENT-

the alarm but when the chemical growing of future Presi- Long known and highly esteemed by the
promptly to young crop STORE.
July 15-S. .P.. St. ,,Nicholas, Usina, Savan- DWELLING AND
i :' l a engine arrived, the flames were under dents and statesmen could certainly not communities of both places, the happy nah ; with passengers, by F.W. LARGE extensive yard-room and garden-

1 control. The fortunate discovery of the fire complain of the, reception they had at the bride/and groom left the same afternoon for Simmons agent. attached, on Alachua street; suitable for a

i r7, in its incipiency saved, ,the little steamer hands of the spectators. The drama their honeymoon in the mountains of -S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, large family or boarding-house. Possession:;
Charleston. be about 1st.
; t t from utter destruction. As it is, the damage "Joseph in Egypt"was given in'costume,and Tennessee! with sincere wishes for long 16-S. S. City of San Antonio,Wilder, can given August

'tJ ti }, is very slight. A number of bedclothes the lads did well, their youth being con- years health, happiness and prosperity. tons, 1,680 New York : freight DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET,

belonging to the mate and Capt.Stone's gun sidered. But the one who particularly distinguished and passengers,by R.W. South- facing the,bay; has eight rooms, large uaiw

E were the only articles destroyed. himself for his nonchalance and Entered'into Life, wick.agent. piazzas, excellent well, etc.

l How the fire originated Can only be conjectured the thoroughness with which he had famil- July 14th', SALLIE WIGHTMAN, daughter 17-S. Charleston.S. City of Palatka, Vogel, STORE AND DWELLING formerly occupied

1; as there was no one in the pilothouse iarized himself with his role, was little of M. A. and Emma Williams. 17, -Schr. Florence, Leland, Adams, by Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street.
"If Thou shouldst call me to resign
I 9 where it started. It is thought Harry Barker, as Phasear, the friend of New York. -
"- r. What most I prize-it ne'er was mine; 18-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- For terms, etc., apply to. ,
started the careless His representation of the character -
that it was probably by Joseph. G. STAKK.
"I only yield Thee what is Thine nah; freight and passengers by
putting down of a cigar. would have done credit to older heads. 4'Thy will be done." F. W. Simmons. Fernandina, May 2..1884.jt .

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