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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: August 2, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
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VOL. VI. FERNANDINA, FLA.fSATURDAY' ..?' .. AUGUST, L884. NO. 36.* .. .

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THE CONGRESSIONAL NOMINEES.The and good of the entire people. Let the NEWS 01 .INTEREST. rain water and household waste into the

Second Congressional District, by the business community ponder this well, and ..$ sewers, the Municipality providing that Traveler's Guide. ; ..

conventions of the respective parties: places remember as they are Democrats their The present numerical strength of FreeMasonry every, street less than 60 feet wide must have "
: TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. .
before the! voters the names: of Charles wishes will be regarded in the promotion of throughout the world is,placed at O1 sewer and 'that streets over that width Day Passenger 1'lcm'e..<- ,,.

Dougherty and Horatio Bisbee,us candidates schemes for the benefit of the State, and the 138,065 lodges" with 14,160.543. members. .. must have one sewer 'on each side of the I I1"f" For CedarKey ".ildwoocl.alltl -' y,

entitled to receive party suffrages.Mr. people therein. Bishop Whipple, 'of Minnesota, has::ridden :'.r\I' t :&} '#"... all points on Transit Road........10.05 a,.in.l. /
Dougherty is the regular nominee,of Let Democrats remember that Mr. Dough- 30,000 miles during his service ,'.- ."":" ; ForSavannah and all points North
tion held In Palatkaon of fc1..vS_ ':.- ,, _4I.. and West................................10.05 a_nl..' '
Democratic\'cn erty is nominated by a Democratic Convention 1-ntl takes Cures'lor Snake Bites.
the years now to parlor cars, with t't1 ?! (connecting at Callahan.)
July lit in. t, and received a twothirdsvote fairly and honorably, and that to a murmur. {;: : Very few, vslcisps know how to successfully For Tallahassee, Pf.'n acola.and all
of that convention, on the 20th ballot. strike down the candidate of that Convention The President has 'f v S t treat snake'titev' I''have had hundreds I points on the Florida Central &
to the Democratic Convention 'issued a Paten f y r : ) Western Railroad................ 10.05 nr
The delegates establishes a precedent, were it tolerated private land claim in Florida kno\vjnras!l f ;of'case- come uner ;u\y.;observation, and (connecting at Baldwin.)
selected by the Democratic County for a moment, that would forever destroyparty .Lava lt In
were Huertas Antonio couifirnie'comprising enLlttany! wohllerfif es. countries4wfi '
Huertas
grant \ ** riprx jjt i*j Day Passenger Train arrives .
Conventions\ regularly held in the respective harmony and party advancement. : rattlesnake From .
4,600 acnk of land in Orange; -venljlt19DS! Cedar Key, Wildwood, and -.
counties, in the Second Congressional District Florida Herald. V j abounds and wt sare frea.nent' incision as a all points on the Transit Road_ 4.38 p.m111.". -1.
and :\Ir. Dougherty to-day represents .____hU_ ___. _, county. treatment is almost\' Qit earl. of. The most From Savannah and all points inthe '.:;_

Democratic principles and is the exponent, DODGING THE ISSUE. John W Wheelr.:4t.c: retary-of-the California common antidoteu'SiEJs' whiskey, in. large From Tallahassee.North and: West Pensacola.............and.__ 4.33 p.'iu,,*?s'all ,".)'- .

of thoc principles, by the regular net of the It will be observed that Mr. Blaine, in his Yiticultural 1 Commission; .' ,, who has quantities, ,which acts to a good effect where points on the Florida Central

party convention.Ir. letter 'of acceptance, makes the tariff the been traveling through the State reports the patient is not addicted to drink, but fc Western Railroad............__ 4.38 p.tH_
issue it than half that the grape crop, will be unusually large, Night Passenger Train leaves
} JJisbee has received the Republican great devoting to more should he be partly saturated with alcohol,
For Cedar Kc '. Wild wood ami all
and that from 12,000,000to 15.000,000 ) ,
nomination: made at Fernandina on the 9th his space. of wine will be gallons .1 then it is of no avail.A points on the Transit Road....... 4.S3 p. _
init., by a convention of colored citizens That !is not the issue-especially as he made this year. cure not generally known and which For Savannah and all points North

with but few exceptions. The nominationwas puts it, with, the Republican party: standing There is such a tremendous demand now acts almost by magic is to take a live chicken and \Vl'St............ .................... 4.38 t.*. 111.

by si majority vote and was not particularized for a protective tariff and the Democratic' in Pairis for Bavarian'beer that the Eastern and cutit open and place it over the wound.In For(connecting Tallahassee at, Pensacola Callahan.,)and all ,

: by harmony und! good feeling, as party for free trrde. Railroad Company,:runs beer trains from two or three minutes the fowl becomes points on the Florida Central &

instanced l by the bolt, which has been made The real issue upon which this election Munich six days in the week. Paris has thoroughly I saturated with the poison, and Western Railroad............_...... 4.33p.m.
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by the lIon. Josiah T. Walls. will be, decided is the character of the Republican now 25,000 beer shop and the daily sum assumes a dark green color. Then place a (connecting at Baldwin.) ..

It is claimed by Mr. Walls and his friends candidate, and the tendencies he spent on beer is estimated at $150,000.The fresh one on the punctured parts, and still a From Night Cedar Passenger Key.Train Wildwood arrives, and

the grounds which they stand, as represents.That third one which is sufficient in
that upon New York naval stores usually all points on the Transit Road.. 8.40 a. m_
dissenting from the action of the Fernandina is the issue in which the independent trade, at a ordinary cases. From Savannah and all points in

Convention are,strong and substantial, and voters are interested. Had the Republicans meeting Saturday afternoon made arrange- A never-failing remedy that is used to a the North and West................. 8.40:1. m>
ments for introducing into From Pensacola. Tallahassee
this country a and
that the position that Horatio Bisbee was nominated Senator Edmunds, who is I great extent in Florida a combination of all Florida Central &
points on
system said to be now in operation in Lon-
fairly nominated is not tenable. as much of protectionist as Mr. Blaine is, lion root and rattlesnake violet. The formeris Western Railroad..................... 8.40a.m.
don, namely, the of
stowing spirits of
Some of the reasons are thus feet forth: they would have enthusiastically rallied to '' made into a tea, and a salve is made of FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE' R. R.
turpentine in tanks instead of
barrels and .
That by the callt as issued by the Republican his support.But the violet. Before ,using this, however, a Train leaves daily except Sunday
there is issue relating to the tariffin issuing certificates against the product, after I For Jacksonville......................... 7:30 p.m. 't
District Executive Committee, it was an poultice made of salt and indigo is appliedto
the manner of pipe line certificates.A Train arrives dally except Sltnclay-
required that all delegates to the Congres- this campaign which Mr.. Blaine carefully .'V the wound to draw out the poisonous From Jacksonville....................... 6.40 p. m_
sional Convention should be sleeted by the avoids stating. The Republicans are com large mass meeting of the Irishmen was i matter.A Smulmonll/-

For Jacksonville ......................... ,
7.00
conventions in the respective counties mitted to a tariff for protection, without regard held at Chickering Hull in Now York on madstone is also said to act with the a. m.
county For Jacksonville ........................ 5.00 p. in.
not less than five days before the 9th to the needs of the government. In Monday eveninsr:' last. Cleveland was denounced same effect on a snake bite that it does on
From Jacksonville.....................10.35 a. m.
day of July (the time fixed for holding the pursuance of that policy, they are taking and thousands of votes were that of a mad dog. I purchased one of these From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p. m_
Congression Convention.) and that several more than a hundred millions a year out of pledged for Blaine. On the other hand the stones some time ago, but have never had SEA ISLAND ROUTE.

counties were represented that had,not complied the pockets of the American people, -not Germans of the ""estVho have heretofore. occasion to use it, and am awaiting anxiously From.Savannah Sunday and,Steamer Thursday.St. Nicholas -

with those requirements and that, any other people-in excess of the revenue largely affiliated with the Republicans are to test its efficiency on either dog or For Savannah. Steamer St. Nicholas -

without any abridgment of those requirements required. That is to say, their plan is to coming into the Democraticmass en masse. reptile poisoning. Monday and Thursday.

by resolution or otherwise, many self make the country more prosperous by neces- The Supreme Court has decided that Another remedy easily applied and alwaysat MALLORY LISE.

constituted delegates took part in the deliberations sary taxation. registration of voters can only be made in hand is to dig a hole in the earth and For New State York of direct Texas, by or City steamships of- ."" ,

of the convention and that in some Against that policy there is a great and the manner and at the; time prescribed by bury the injured part in it. San Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 p.m..'

instances proxy votes were recognized, not growing protest. Nobody asks for free trade the act of 1877. chapter 3021, to :wit: betweenthe I There is something peculiar in connection From New York direct by City of

withstanding the fact that there were no -nobody expects it, or thinks it feasible for first Monday of October and a period ten with a snake bite, and I want to tell you of San Antonio and State Texas,
every Friday.......................... 3.00 p. n1.. .
credentials extant upon which proxy could years to come. But many do think that duties days before the holding of_a general_election : it. If a man should be bitten on the arm, ST. MARTS RIVER. :.

have: been granted ; that Mr. Bisbee uni- of 50, GO and 100 per cent. are unneces- in the same', year, at which) time the'registration say, to-day, just one year from now, withina Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-

formly obtains his nominations through the sarily high, and that duties of 30 per cent.. books are required\ to be closed. day or two of the anniversary of the ,oc- For St.; Marys and Crandall: .,Tuts-w,- ,?':- '_ ....(, -

use of unscrupulous political machinery and on manufactures would more than cover the ",Registration...,. _,, ...-at'-fln'C w, me.or in nriy'' "eurreiice-;-.the'arnv will begiiV'to swell;aiuf day and Friday:.......:;.....:r:...._. 2.00.p. ,
methods :,di ffercnce.'inthe'cost oft labor be en this other is yellow those of snake For St. Marys and Dnngeness} on m.mi.
relying upon party fidelity,, manner not a legal registration.There spots resembling a .
Wednesday and Saturday....._... 9.35 a. .
sustain him at the polls. country and it rivals. Even the manufac- seemed to be an unlimited appear, and this will recur each succeeding For St. Marys only Monday and .

For these, and other reasons, Mr, Walls turers begin, to see that a tariff to protect deposit I year.-Plttslurg Gazette. Thursday................................ 8.00 a. nu
proposes to take an appeal to .the ballot- everything protects nothing, and that what of excellent iron ore in Marion county Ala., Steamer Martha an-ives-
which by experts is pronounced equal to From St. :Marys and Crandall on
box. they most need to-day is crude materials as the best Pennsylvania ores resembling I Special Meeting of City Council.A Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. nu
greatly
With the differences existing in the Re- low as their foreign rivals get them. Swedish iron in its special meeting of the City Council was From St. Marys and Dungeness,

publican party we have nothing to do; the But we have no anxieties about the tariff qualities. The ore held on Monday evening last. Present on Wednesday and Saturday..... 1.00 p.m..
is a hematite, and from 58 to 80 : and
From
assays St.l\Iarys only, Monday
percent
record of the past serves to show that like question. That will settle itself. Domestic of excellent iron, superior for car G. F. Avery, president, and Aldermen Hoyt, Thursday.......................... ..... 2.00 p.nt_
. cats, the more they fight the more cats there competition is bringing down prices faster wheels, rails and heavy machinery, where McGiffin, Dorsey, Robinson and King.
ate; and hence we shall place no reliance in than the competition from abroad and we a The president stated that he had called
hard tough iron is desirable. It is Post-Office Hotlce.
the integrity of the position assumed by Mr. have the great blessing of free trade in nine- readily
the meeting at the written of three
reduced with pine charcoal and limestoneflux request Office Hours-From. 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. i. .
Walls and his friends, until they have teen-twentieths of our exchanges. The'nee the former burned anywhere near the aldermen. The purpose for which it had Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. "
demonstrated their opposition to the prece- cd changes will be made-cannot be delayed the latter been called was to provide a more vigorous Money Orders and Registered Letters from
deposits brought from Hunt
.. dents sought to be established. much longer. The Republicans know prosecution of the sanitary work. 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P.M.; and from 2:00 P..M
county, about 108 miles distance. to 3:30 .
But as to the eternal fitness of things, we that they must grapple with this question if Alderman Hoyt introduced an ordinance P. M.ARRIVAL

,. have a word to say in behalf of our own they return to power in Congress. They are Two great engineering schemes are now amending the ordinance concerning the Transit &AND Peninsular DEPARTURE Railroad OF THE MAILS. ;;..

Dougherty, and in behalf of his election.It raising it as a false issue now to deceive the attracting attention in Europe. One is a construction of drains, etc., approved March Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:00 p. M.,

will be observed that Mr. Doughertywas people, and to divert attention from their proposed railway tunnel through the Pyr- 5, 1878. The rules were waved, the ordi- Brings mails from the North,the

nominated bya;, convention of delegates candidate's record. enees, a convention for which, has just been nance read the second time, placed upon its Gulf railroads.coast, Transit and Peninsular ,

d. selected: by the intelligence' : of the Democratic We believe in revenue reform and civil signed by the French and ,Spanish Inter- passage, and adopted. [The ordinance will Closes daily except Sunday.......... 6:00.u.; _* ..
County Conventions) was balloted for twenty service reform, and we cannot begin better national Railway Commission. The other be found elsewhere.] Takes mails for the North, the' ','

times when he received a two-thirds vote, than by opposing a candidate for President scheme is an international railway con- The following resolutions, offered by Alderman Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular .
which vote was afterwards on motion of who than necting Europe with Persia roads.Leesburg ;
represents, more thoroughly India Burmah
lYe any Hoyt, were adopted :
train arrives daily......... 8:30 .\. M..
Marion county, which had itself presentedthe other man in political life, corrupt means and China. It appears that Sir R. M. Resolved,That two special sanitary inspecttors Brings Western mail only.

et. oppositioif candidate before the conven- I and aims.-Boston herald.Ftortda Stephenson, who has been endeavoring to be appointed by the City Council, whose Feinanama & Jacksonville Railroad-

to. tion, made unanimous.It i arrange with the Sublime Porte for the duty it shall be to personally inspect every Arrives daily except Sunday......... SoO A. }(.
cannot be denied then but that Mr. Fruit-Growers' Association. commencement of the works in Turkey for yard, vacant lot. and all privies in the city, Brings the Jacksonville and St.
. WORLDS and in shall find in John's river mails.
EXPOSITION AT NEW ORLEANS.A case they any premises
8 Dougherty received a handsome compliment special meeting of the Florida FruitGrowers' the last thirty-four years, considers that the an unclean or unsanitary condition they Arrives daily except Sunday........ 5.00 p. M,
- and a definite expression of choice negotiations are so far advanced as to war- shall instruct the occupant or owner of said Brings mails same as above.
through the action of the convention.That Association will be held at Palatka rant the formation of a company to work premises to forthwith comply with the ordi- Closes daily except Sunday.......... 9:00 A. 01.
the convention was tempered by on Tuesday, September 2d, 1884, to make the concession, which he believes he will nances of the city. Each inspector shall Takes the Jacksonville, St.John's ; .
arrangemonts for a full and complete col- report, in writing, daily to the mayor all River and Northern mails. :
visdom in the selection of Mr. Dougherty eventually obtain. The capital is fixed at such premises._ It shall be the duty of the Closes daily except Sunday........... 5:30: p. :MZ. ,
lection of Florida fruits for the
/ivcrcet. NOW appears'more' :apparent by the nomination coming $80,000,000.AT mayor to instruct the marshal to visit such Takes the Jacksonville John's .
'Able. nf Mr. Bisbee, as one of the strong World's Exposition at New Orleans, and for the premises so reported within twenty-four river. Northern and Western mails. "" c,
fired features of Mr. Bisbee's heretofore the transaction of such other business as present juncture a few facts respecting hours from the time such report was made ; Sunday Jfail- "
campaigns the sanitary arrangements of Paris and if the premises still in bad condition -
the has been may come before the Association. A full are a Jacksonville and St. John's River .
his claims to legislative experience, attendance of the members may prove of interest, as shown in a work the occupant or owner shall be thereupon arrives.....................................1025 A. >'..
upon which the accomplish mentof much of the Association recently issued, by M. Wazon. ,The total arrested and brought before the mayor i Northern mail arrives................... 9:00: p.,:M.. j
good for the State was predicted. and of all who are willing to cooperatewith and fined according to the ordinances of the Jacksonville, St. John's River and

- With Mr. us, is earnestly requested.D. available daily supply of water is about city. The said special inspectors shall be the North closes...................... Goo: .\. )1.
claim Dougherty as his opponent, u REDMOND President. 100,000,000 gallons, which, for a populationof under the control of the Council Committeeon Jacksonville and St. John's River

of superior knowledge in regard to the between 2,250,000, he considers to be Streets, etc., and shall serve only for such only, closes............................. 4:00 p. M... !
i details of legislative':bodies could not in be- time as may be ,actually necessary to make
\\ Not for Horatio. quite inadequate. Between 1876 and 1881 SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. 2L\
such Their shall not
half of Mr. inspection. salary ex-
Bisbee be maintained, as Mr. A : the number of inhabitants from 1 8S-
"Blaine-and-Logan-Pope-and-Greeley- rose ceed $2.50 per day for actual service.
:\\= Dougherty, in this regard, can have no and-Walls club was organized in this city on 000 to 2,240,000. at which rate of increase it Resolved That the sanitary committee List of Letters

superior in the State;; Speaker of our own Tuesday evening last. Twenty-five mem- will be probably 2,500,000: in 1886. The shall designate a place for the dumping of Remaining in the Post-Office Fcrnaiuli-; -',:

Legislature for two terms; he has familiarized bers enrolled, and the following officers were supply of water would then be about forty garbage the mayor hauled shall order by the the day marshal scavenger to ,have and na Nassau county, Florida, August 2, 18 /L .

fin himself with the widest range of elected : gallons per head per diem. This is a higher said garbage burned at such time as he (the Persons calling for these letters must say

knowledge I regarding; committee work that Paul Francis. President; proportion than Londoners obtain, but is mayor) shall direct. advertised: ,

"::111 prove to be of the greatest benefit to Albert Reynolds, Vice-President ; far. inferior to the supply of .Marseilles, Alderman Robinson gave notice that at Anderson.Mrs Cornelia Lewis. J R W ; "
111m in a Congressional D. R. Baxter. Treasurer; Alberty, )lerickIoore., Mrs Wm A
career, and whichw'n which has 180 gallons a head day. the next meeting of Council he would intro-
) per
IDA'orE enable the I M. Middleton. Secretary ; Baker, Gertrude Martin, Georgia AnmBaker j .
-- Peat accomplishment of many R. S. Delany, Assistant Secretary. Although' the cesspool system tsill exists in duce a resolution taking the office of inspector Selde Palmer L ;:

-- that and beneficial advantages to the State A committee of three was appointed to the city, the Commissioners proposed in from the marshal. Granger. Ralph P Small1iss Annie, _-",-' '' i

[ have heretofore failed for a lack of the select an Executive Committee.The 1881 a temporary improvement in the use 'Up'on motion J. W. Mooney and Paul Grant Grisham, W Madlaner II Smith Siltroy,Miss C )1 Susie -
,
*knowledge"'le.l Mr; of detail committee work, of next meeting of the Club will be heldat metallic, cesspools, containing from 60 to Francis were elected inspectors under the Harrison, George Steele, W R

irdens a Dougherty.is master. Friendship Hall on Monday' eveningnext 200 feet cube, to be emptied by the pressureof resolution adopted above. Jones, Isabellar Smith, J,F .

.essionIEET for Again what little has been accomplished at 7 o'clock. the, air but the cost of emptying these The clerk was instructed to have 1000 Jackson, Silva Sams, Richard f
in the Clara Smith James
Johnson, Miss ,
past has
Peculative been more in the nature of weekly would be enormous, irrespective of copies of the resolution printed for the use Ledson. Elizabeth Wilson' Miss Emer
schemes the benefit of which has Valuable Orange Lands for ,Sale. the of and the '
expense providing fixing a cesspool of sanitary inspectors.The Long, Miss E Waller, JacksonS.

[ halls, iuuredtoafewRepublicans to who are known Tracts containing twenty acres each of receptacle. The amount of householdand I committee on streets and sanitary T. RIDDELL,.? M. ,,:. I .,
3 be near friends: of Ir. Bisbee's, and not choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake J street refuse per day in Paris is 54,000 improvements were instructed to have the ".,
and
editing\ suitable for orange growing truck farm-
to the general good of the entire ing, are now: offered for sale. These lands cubic feet which is removed by 600 carts. weeds cut in the public streets. For Sale.A I" .
'op1e.
f OCCU- rin V )Ir. DougheVty is governed, by no are very conveniently situated for transpor- ;The rate for this expenditure varies from 2 Southern Gem Piano, in excellent con' ':
; :
t. 8 or clique, and is not required to main- tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on to 14 cents per lineal l yard of building front- Fine Printing. dition. Apply at Tourist Hotel. tf :.\ :
taia
machinery t I. "nominate l him terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- age, and in 1880 produced the Cards. Letter-Heads Note-Heads Bill- \
$520,000
for, Congress tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Money to Loan. i ,:' "
\RJ{. k and I hence his labors and large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS whole cost of cleaning being $1,000,000. All Heads, Statements, and every description of On good security. Apply at. the office of",

Pledge will be applied for the benefit February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. houses in Paris are obliged to deliver the Printing neatly executed at this office. THE FLORIDA MIK'EOR., tf ; .t









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r t,4, ;r, .; a1'' errs LOVE THAT MAKES THE WORLD mind: and 'there were invitations for I They".were not. ,girls to waste'wo:<1s. flowers. To all seeming he was busy may be brighter days in store for both
Matters fore. If Kitty with his horses head-gear. She did I of :U8. Would you marry a man
., GO no VXD. Leah and ,Kitty. \ went:;on as.. (> you
1't t It "Wear: your white bunting and tea drove with Holland*one day, and came' not know 'that,"he had looked at her, did noVlove, Miss Leah ?"
: .s When love had kissed:: fair Beauty's cheek, roses," a pencilled line to Leah said. back to find bias: Q n sitting gloomily even. He seemed to her always cold-,. The question was so irrelevant, so
t,a ; And J)Ifaiiinty, waking in surprise I have a special reason." beside Leah, why,,it was Lean's turn unimpulsive'self absorbed. unexpected She flung' it back at
Turned From 0"raway the soft:ardor her glances of his eyes meek, And Leah wore the. white buntingand next day, and Masonhad the comfortof Out through the summer afternoon him.
Then ht!art to heart and lip to lip. tea'roses" "by request smilingto spending the, time in t.ryin.gto please among the'.shadows of the wood roadsto Would you marry a woman, who
'' Awoke<< that"passion pure and bright, herself over her own special reason ,an absent-minded, preoccupied young the blue edge of the lake among did not love you, Mr. Holland ?"
";R 4' To To make banish: i the all days the like shades moments of night.:slip, '-the want of another gown. woman who seemed not to know either the hills. Clearly it was his duty to It took him off his guard a little.
,* ?; By contrast Kitty put on some his mind or her own. offer some remark to the lady by his If I loved her and believed in
': And was this! all? 0 Love Love, Love, side but for three miles not word ier He' said it
t,. The world was dead until' come! thin black dress, a relic of other years, Kitty's black dress, was in strings ; a yes. slowly ; there
Dead( cold. inert, below, above you, that with a little silk and lace and the white bunting was no longer fresh. was said Three miles of silence., 'Leah was a kind of sweetness, almost a
: Till kindled by your generous flame; judicious} bits of jet was pretty still for "It ought to, have lasted another stirred a little restively. solemnity in his voice. It was almostas
t You :inadji the very mould to speak said with Your is place if he were to him-
evening wear. year, Leah regretful em- village a pretty repeating a vow
With tender leaf and flower to thrill
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K : ; When kisses soft met Beauty's cheek That night there was good parlor phasis. he said, absently. self. Yes, I think I.should be strong
f With frolic life teemed vale and hill. music-a piano deftly played, a'violin Blessed old dud It was that In summer-yes." enough for even that, and she would
5, And man :? That rude, unsentient clod, that seemed to dissolve the sweet ,tha procured us the honor of :Mr. Arid not in winter? You do not love[ me at last, if patient endeavor
Like tine in fetters bound
I r d Now walks in spirit: like firmly a god! Strauss waltzes. Leah Allen, floating Ho)'la d'H friendship, as he tells me like' the country.iii winter ?" could, win her.'" '
d.. f 'Tis love that makes! the world go round! down the long parlors in Dick Mason's on 7, ra -Abbie M. Gannett in Good Cheer 'arms, with 'softly''flushed cheeks' and ,yotl'l to everything, from calla-lily to This place has always been my home." There was no purpose in that. George
---- wide luminous .'eyes, was something the Sphinx. It ought to have been And you would not care for the Holland was worth something beside
t :ipi ,r ,, ," THE ALLEN GIRLS. more than just an ordinary pretty you, Leah, 'I think.'' city ?" waking up to the situation, his money. She looked up into his
girl. ? "Do you mean-I" quickly."No apparently. face, not trying to hide her own.
', ., 41 If it's bad to have money, it's Quiet and colorless as her life I don't. SHe is quite as inscrutable Leah was in a .high-strung mood Why did he not speak the final
", worse to have none." seemed, there was in her a vein of as he was the first, day he that. exaggerated every thing.. She words then ?y He never could tell
a That was all she said. Her lips something that touched the edges of came here. I wish for'Dick's sake he I was resentfully conscious of his hEsitation : himself. Perhaps at heart he was a
X { were too unsteady. At heart she wasH the realm of art. Like many another would speak and have it over with." I his absent-mindedness, the effort coward, and dared not face defeat.
) a horrible coward, but she had the woman of our frozen North. she was 'For Dick's sake! Kitty, do you with which he brought himself back to Perhaps it was easier to linger awhile
pluck and pride not to betray herself dumb. She neither sang nor played, care for Dick?" her presence."It longer in the shadow of uncertainty,
., t R often and she had not the gift of tongues.By Kitty's fingers trembled a little over was .Kitty he wanted," she rather than meet the bare, hard tact
s I Well, there was reason. \Ve had the law of contradiction, perhaps, the rent she was darning. thought. And Kitty doesn't love of refusal.
i j about one chance out of four of not she danced as if a spirit possessed her "Care for him? Of course I do. I turn, and she does love Dick Mason." He touched the horses lightly with
'''. being overturned. As I was saying, I feet.It hope I am a good Christian enough to He was saying, "I can fancy, Miss the whip, and they sprang forward.
,, 'tt am neither a poet nor a painter." was'three years since her last care for all human kind :." and then Leah, that.you would ,find your element The spell was.broken. With the rapid
: "I suppose I should be afraid of taste of the one enthusiasm of her life. her voice broke. "What is the use? there; Music and color and motion they flung all personal subjects
,, fl you if you were. I never knew a manS As the waltz ended she paused a I know what you mean, Leah. Girlsas life-the intense,- sympathetic life of a behind them. They talked of the hills
i who was either." minute by :Mason's side as the last poor as we are can't indulge in the crowd. You would like it after a and Lakeden in winter, and he told
: f But' I have learned to drive;" strain left them. His arm. half held luxury of caring for a poor man little. her of his life in India and Australiaand
{ smiling, fortunately) for both of us. her ; she looked up into his face witha George Holland has money and is respectable "I should be lost, I am afraid," the ends of the earth.
-t; All my life long it has been the Practical sigh of supreme satisfaction. Masonwas !-and if he asks me to marry smiling faintly.et I belong among The next morning, without a wordto
: that has been uppermost," half the best waltzer in town, and the him, I shall say yes." the half hues, the negatives, I think." any one, he went to New York.
t ,$ 'sadly. dance had been,perfection. He smiled "But, Kitty," hpsitatingly, if you "Who told you that? I don't When he 'stood again in Lakeden
'* 'I do not know that you need regret back' understanding her completely. 1 love Dick-1 : know a woman in the world more post-office a week's accumulation of
f that. I think it is the practicalthat And then she met Holland's eyes: "That has nothing to do with it. emphatically capable of deep tones mail awaited him. He was carelessly
comes first in most lives." fixed on her with a look that drove t And I don't at 'all know that Dick than yourself." looking over a handful of letters and
In your life?" the blood out of her face. loves me. Besides, you said it yourself He was quite awake now. papers, standing with his back to a
Decidedly!1" There was a sharp He hardly said a dozen words to you would never marry a poor It is rather unfortunate," dryly. group of loungers on the porch. Out
.'t little ring in her voice. her all the evening. He did not dance, man." I am not likely to come in contact of the hum of voices came as distinctly
I have always been a poor man," and in the intervals he was with But this is different." with much that this place does not as if spoken for his benefit the words:
he said, deliberately. Does poverty Kitty. Don't talk about it any more," afford." Both the Allen girls are down with
make a man better or worse?" Mrs. Herrick found a minute for a taking: up her work and speaking with When the fairy prince comes you'll the small-pox."
,t t She caught her breath again, as if private speech with Leah. cold decision. Suppose I should scorn the imputation, but then you' He felt as if some one had struck
"f she were on the verge of a hysterical Don't let that pretty sister of marry Dick-I mean in the event of are dreaming now--you'll be over the him. He did not- turn for a minute,
ou break. Perhaps her fright had yours flirt with my cousin, unless she his asking me-what would become of hills and far away' into all kinds ofwonders. standing quite still. When he had got
j brokeii up her unusual calm-Leah is prepared for serious consequences. mother and you?" ." his balance again, he walked out among
,,,rt ; Allen !was not a woman who turned George never gave up a fancy in his Leah said no more. Shall I ? I cannot imagine a fairy the idlers.
,t her life inside out for all eyes. life." That afternoon George Holland prince, or one of any variety, cominginto "Who is their doctor he asked, ina
441 !know one woman whose temperis I don't think Kitty is a flirt," black horses stood again at the'door. Lakeden." matter-of-fact way.
i i about ruined by it. I am very Leah said, thoughtfully. Leah was coming down the staircaseas And till he comes-you'll never "Dr. Sprague;" and then there wasa
poor myself." "Only to put you on your guard, he ran 'up, the steps to the open marry ?" looking away from her. silence.
Perhaps he thought he,had gone far my dear. George Holland is one of door.. "1'P.: "I have hardly thought as far as They looked after him as he walked
i enough. His next sentence was as those dreadful men who are in dead It is a lovely day." that,'' coldly. She could not control away. .
i quietly? commonplace as any thing earnest all their lives through." "Lovely," with regretful eyes going her voice. He was courting the youngest one,"
Charley :Morse would have said. After that I watched her sister with beyond him in the afternoon brightness. "No, I suppose not. Women are some one remarked.
Kitty had reached home first. It keener eyes. She made a discoverythat He saw the wistful look. different." He was still looking away "Bad business for her. She was as
was quite natural that she should took her by surprise. Dick :Ma- Come and see how pleasant it is on from her; his own voice was not cold, pretty as a picture sometimes."
.. come to the gate to meet them as they son was watching Kitty, too, with a the lake road." rather broken and unsteady. "As Dr. Sprague was in his office. Hol-
;r drove up. It struck Leah with a kind thunderous cloud on his handsomeface. She hesitated a little. Play now for me, I'm no longer a young man. land and the young man had grown
: ,. of surprise, as she realized all at once It gave Leah a sense of things meant work by night. But Kitty Years ago, when I stood alone face to very friendly in the few weeks of his
,kt: how very pretty her sister had grown gone wrong in the world. Dick Mason loved Dick Mason, and if it was true I face with the word, I'said to myself stay in Lakeden. The doctor confirmedthe
+' 1?N to be. Looking up, she saw'her own had always seemed like one of that there must be a sacrifice in the. that I would never ask a woman to story.
surprise reflecting in Holland's face themselves. That Kitty could bring family, and perhaps Kitty might be share my struggle. Now that there is Who is taking care of them?"
; ; with ft warmer sense of admiration. that pained look into his eyes was wrong in her opinion of his preference.She no longer any need of hardships, I "Their mother."
: Leah,, getting ready for sleep was the last thing she would ever have doubted sometimes if Kitty under- find that I have hardly the courage to Yes, of course ; but she has help, I
ra always a protracted process. She had dreamed.He stood him thoroughly. As for her, she ask a woman to share the easy life suppose."
a hundred little old-maidish ways of came and bent over her chair loved no one ; and then her heart beat that my new riches has opened to me. She is quite alone."
i -'' disposing of her belongings. Kitty, with an air of confident friendlinessthat hard again. It took only a breath or It seems some way as if ,I was'simply "You don't mean that that woman
+. whose room was always a draft of to a looker on might have seemedto two for that and the halfdesperateresolve buying a wife." is alone, absolutely alone, in the house
garments, used to curl up on the foot have a tender meaning of its. own. to save Kitty if any womanlyart It was more like a soliloquy than i with two cases of small-pox?"
r 1 : of the bed and gossip over the day's What does it mean? Does she care could do it. "She raised her eyesto any speech that required answer. "I do mean just that. Rememberthat
"'' t+ happenings. When Leah reached the for that man?" his face-those soft, dark eyes- Leah did not speak. Was that the you are in the country and among
,, '' last braid Kitty knew her time had I It "I don't know. I'm all adrift. Takeme with all her trouble showing in them. way he talked to Kitty ? Yankees. Prudence and a traditional
r';i' come, and fled. To-night Leah was a home'Dick., No one will miss me.'' He could not read their meaning, he "Sometimes I am conscious of a horror of the disease will relieve her
long time in reaching that last braid, But one man at least missed her, saw only the shadows. kind of pity for myself, as if there from all annoyance from callers."
: k and Kitty was unusually silent. and found the zest quite gone from his You look as if a little of the out of were nothing more lonely in the world Where are the Masons?"
.., Have you had a nice day ?" she evening. He got himself out of the doors would not hurt you," he said. than my life. I can't even work. I Out of town, unfortunately. Liz-
asked, at length. house, and taking all his chances in Thank you. I will go. You will have tried to interest myself in the zie l\1ason-the only one at home-and
"',, ,t'c .. Very nice," abruptly. the malarial damp of the summer go in to mother and Kitty?" old pursuits, and there is no motive my landlady send in everything they
; ; Do you like George Holland?" night, came to a conclusion as the gray "No. Thanks. I will stop here. behind it. I can't do it." have to eat. I take it myself."
l Leah was busy folding a ribbon she dawn crept up the east. Pardon me-I forbid the toilet," If I were .a man, with money, I But they might get a professionalnurse. !
,i had worn. She did not answer at "He never shall have her. Good as she turned to mount the stairs should neither ask pity, nor feel that I ."
K fellow as he is, he is no more worthyof again. "We cannot afford the time deserved it." They might.-yes,if they had money.
a ; I do not dislike him," in her slowonce. her than-I am. But I can under- you 1 know." She looked him straight in the face. But one would have to come from the
lr. way. stand her, thank Heaven, and he never So Leah's shade hat went on with There was a touch of scorn in the ex- city, and the Aliens are poorprobably -
I am going to marry that man, if will." the afternoon dress-a white one with pression of her lips and in the soundof you do not know how poor?"
r ,:, ; I can make him ask me. I am sickto And "he" was Dick Mason, and the inexpensive Hamburg trimmings. At her voice. She began to be inter- No."
;,. J. death of this struggle for mere ex- "her Leah Allen. the door a cluster of roses, the very ested in him, to the extent at least of "They ,own that place without a
'1 ::4 I istence. Other girls have time for A month slid by. Mason hauntedthe last of the season, burned their fragrant wanting him to assert his man's pre- cent of income. That is all. Food,
dress and amusement. I cannot bear house, and Holland's evenings red fire. She paused to gather rogative of dominant strength. clothing, taxes, everything, those two
t r"= it, and, I will not." away were the exception. Mason was them. The stem was tough ; she You know what it is to be poor,, girls have earned with their needles."
.,' ., Leah turned in amusement. Kitty sulky, Holland cool, watchful, non- stooped and bit the stalk with her you say. But to be poor. and a Good Heavens !1"'
l 'iii. has raised: herself on her elbow. She committal, Leah silent, and Kitty as sharp little teeth. She uttered a low woman-you do not know that !1" Perhaps you can see now that
was very pale and her eyes were un- brilliant_ and uncertain as a glancing exclamation, and drew her handker- She flung out her hands with palms there cannot be any wide margin for
', naturally large and bright. flame. chief across her lips. A thorn had turned outward, this woman who the luxuries or even the necessities of
;' ,. After all, it was only her own "If we were young ladies of leisure, brought the blood. never made a gesture, and then life."
t f t: y. determination. She felt herself incapable it might be amusing. As it is, does Did you hurt yourself dropped them with a shivering sigh. George Holland walked twice the
,.r of reply or remark, turning the; game pay for the candle?" Kitty It is nothing," with a little laugh. Is it so bad as that ?" he asked, length of the narrow office before he
+'!; away again with a weary half sigh. "One.has,to take the thorns with the gently.She. spoke.
r After that day life seemed to run said.They were sewing at midnight, to roses;" but the commonplace did not did not answer him. The "There ought to be a man in the
in a new channel for the Allen girls. make up for the afternoon and eve- sound so commonplace as she said it. horses walking over the sandy road house."
i M, ..: r Where Mason had come once before, ning hours. Mason had stopped ,on Half the cluster she twisted.into her among the pines. There was no One would be a convenience, cer
he came twice now, walking into the his way home from the bank, and had belt. The other. half she fastened at sound but the soft crushing of their tainly." ,
+t house at all hours and on all pretences. stayed to tea. With the twilight Hol- her throat. There was nothing shrink- hoofs and the wheels. This was no "And I am going'there."
y I Holland had been at the house three land had come in. ing nor repellant in her manner today.He .' unconscious self-betrayal in which he Dr. Sprague looked at him curiously.
times before ten days had gone. He "It shall pay," answering her own felt it in a half-unconscious fashion. had been indulging. He meant to "I suppose you see all it involves?"
;' ,did not always Calk: much ; when he question. "And George 'Holland is The snow maiden was suddenly alive, win this woman for his wife, and If Holland turned sharply.
t .4 f ,, did, it was with a curious absence of the stake,'* with a hard laugh and with life in her eyes and warm blood one, means of approach, failed, he See here. The day before I wentto
if .; i : personality.: Leah never had to complain -. tightening of the lips. burning in her cheeks. Once beforehe should try another. That he believed New York I did everything but ask
r t+, '' ,; of his self-consciousness in those Lead,did not answer. had seen the transfiguration, but Dick :Mason loved her did not matterin Leah Allen to be my wife. If she gets
i times., He. talked, to her and looked "Not that I care," looking her sisterin that was under the spell of music and the least to him. Dick would con- well I shall give her:the' chance to ac-
i : at 'Kitty. the face. "If he'asks you, Leah. ]Ishall -Dick Mason's presence. He- looked sole himself elsewhere. If she loved cept or refuse, as she chooses."
',: One day there came a note from .be glad. It doesn't matter much, at the red roses on her breast, and Dick, that would have been different "She cannot well refuse. Think
1 ,, ; :Mr.*. Herrick, Holland's cousin. She only it seems to be me." then into her face, with a sense of the matter-perhaps. twice." '
t r f; r Ir' i: had some sort of a lawn party on her Yes," Leah assented. harmony between the woman and her I think," he, said, slowly, there "I don't want her to."

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That afternoon Mr?. Allen, half He crossed the room and took) the two I II I I shipping has been depress-ed. It imposed While we favor all legislation which will' the growth of industry:; extension .trade

asleep in her arm chair between the wasted hands"that Leah" held out to hili!: j and has:! continued these burdens. It pro, tend to equalize the distribution of property, and employment and "My dear he said I vowed that if this fosses a policy of reserving public lands for to the of
prevention and to the and of
beds heard a man's step behind monopoly capital, and the general welfare of
two minute I should ask the
ever cam small
question holdings by actual settlers; it ,has strict enforcement of individual rights the,whole countrv.MILLINERY.
her. She was too, worn out to turn her that I left unspoken) the last'time 1 haw given away the people's heritage, till nowa against corporate abuses we hold that the

head. you. Will you be my wife?". few railroads and non-resident aliens, individual welfare of society depends upon a scrupu"

44 had hard day doctor she' Kitty sprang; to her feet and corporate, possess a larger: area Ions regard for the rights of property as de- : FINEg
I've a "
Leah, you shan't!. George Holland, she than all our farms:! b..tween'the two seas. fined by the laws. We believe that labor is

said, faintly. is only selling herself to you because we are It professes u preference for free institu' best rewarded where it is freest and most !.................................-........................iI"!
There was no answer., Holland :so poor. You think because she has been tions. It organized' and tried to legalize the enlightened.- should be fostered and

about the so ill and has lost her beauty that she will control of State elections by Federal troops.It ,cherished.We I!
stood 1 looking( .. rooms. Everybit say,yes." professes a desire to aid labor it has! sub- favor the ,
: of all
of superfluous, furniture had been .Kitty!" Leah's voice sounded clear and jected the American working ;men to the the free action of repeal labor and laws the enactmentof restricting ...............................-............................:

removed. The windows were dark- stern. But Kitty's hysterical excitementwas competition of convicts and imported labor. laws by which labor organizations may

but the carpetless floors and bare at 'too high flood to checked by a It professes gratitude to all who were dis- be incorporated, and of all such legislationas -AT-
ened ;
word. abled or died in the war, leaving widows or will tend to enlighten the people as to
wails looked comfortless enough. A "You came into the house when no one orphans; it left to the Democratic House of the true relation capital and labor. KING'SBAZARHATS

narrow bedstead stood on each side of else would come ; you have kept us from Representatives the first effort to equalize We: believe that the public lands ought, as _

Under the white coveringof starvation I believe; and now you spoil it both the bounties and pensions. It,proffersa far as possible, to be kept as homesteads for
the room. all by this. Leah shall not marry you" pledge to correct the irregularities of our actual settlers; that all unearned lands
each a motionless, figure lay outstretched She stumbled back into her chair with a tariff; it created and has continued them. heretofore improvidently granted to railroad

sob. Its own tariff commission confessed a need .corporations by the action of the Republican BONNETS, RIBBONS

u It is I :Mrs. Allen. I have cometo You know just how people will talk of more than 20 per cent reduction ; its party should be restored to.the public
about us. It is the price we shall have to Congress gave a reduction of less than 4 per domain, and that no more grants of land FEATHERS LACE FLOWERS.A
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stay.with: you till this is over. pay for being kept alive. And you think it rent. It professes a protection American shall be made to corporations, or be allowedto ,

Yon !1" in blank 'amazement. I.don't will force her to accept you" manufactures; it has subjected them to an fall,into ownership of alien absentees.We .
understand. Without one other word George Holland increasing flood manufactured goods and Fall Line of Elegant Laee and Hull Helm?,.
dropped the hand he held and went out of hopeless:! competition with manufacturingnations are opposed to all propositions which,

There is nothing very strange. Dr. the 'room and out of the house. Dr. Sprague not one of which taxes raw mate- eral upon Government any pretext into, would convert the Gen- CRAPE LISSE RUCHIXGS.
was not in his office. lIe shut himself intoan ( a machine for collect-
told me. I have had the disease -
rial.It
Sprague ing taxes to be distributed the Statesor
inner room, and waited. The doctor professes to all American industries among
and am not the least afraid of it. protect the citizens thereof. Linen Collars and Kid Gloves,.
after he
came had had an hour for reflection, but it has impoverished the many to
I have taken the liberty of sending toe and brought him a card with a feebly pen- subsidize a few. It professes the protectionof reattirming the declarations of the De-

\ \\ York for a nurse. She will be cilled line over Leah's name: American labor;-but it has depleted the mocratic platform of 185G, that"the liberal All of the Latest Styles.
,"Do not go away till I have seen you returns of American agriculture, an industry principles embodied by Jefferson in the De-
here 'n, the midnight train, and Dr. claration of Independence, and sanctioned
again. followed by half of our people. It professesthe
Sprajzne will bring her up." "So that little termigant has been giving equality of all men before the law, and in the Cc-nstitution, which makes ours the FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS.

Then you will have to take me on: you a piece of her mind. Dick Mason will attempting to fix the status of colored citizens land of liberty and the asylum of the oppressed -

lt I here and have his hands full some dav." the acts of its Congress were overset of every nation, have ever been car- Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.Croquet .
trust t pmiling. am you "Dick Mason?" by the decision of its courts. It accepts anew dinal principles in the Democratic faith! ,"

can't turn me out. I have a fire under Yes. If you hadn't been the blindest of duty in leading in the work of progress we nevertheless do not sanction the import- -

the kettle boiling below. I am a tolerable infatuated owls, you would have seen that and reform, and its caught criminals are ation of foreign labor or the admission of -f.-I-i
he hud been jealous as a Turk all ( rThat"1S permitted to escape through continued de servile races unfitted by habits training, religion t-+ -+i-+1 '-+ -+r-i-I : Ii: I i- : m It:- : l lt !+-
cook with other
along my good an old affair." lays or actual connivance in the prosecution or kindred qualities for absorptioninto SUMMER
GAl\IES.
qualities, and shall l bring you a cup of "Dick Mason and Kitty l"! Honeycombed with corruption, theoutbre.aking the great body of our people, or for citizenship -

tea in a few minutes." Don't you see that Kitty's question cuts of exposures no longer shocksits which our laws confer. American -+1 I II II I+-f-++++t II II II f ( I I ';-I-
both ways? You had better make them moral sense. Its honest,members, its independent civilization demands that against the immigration -
The that ni ht
nurse came -a strong- understand or importation of Mongolians to
that you did play Providence journals no longer maintain a
armed, unemotional, skilful machine.But first out of humanity, and then offer to succssful contest for authority in its counsels these shores our gates be closed. The Demo- Sets .and Base-Ball Bats,

fearful days followed. Help in marry one of them to save their feelings. : or a veto upon bad nominations. cratic party insists that it is the duty of the

You are a wellmeaning young man, but you That a change is necessary is proved by Government to protect with equal fidelityand MARBLES KITES
the kitchen was not of course to be ETC.
vigilance the rights of its citizens
na-
arc an awful blunderer. an existingsurplus of more than $100.000,000
thought of. Holland had all kinds of *. Yes thank you." reaching out vaguely which has yearly been collected from a suffering turalized, at home or abroad. To the end -\LSO-

deft, helpful ways. He cooked with a for his hat. I'll go up and make it right." peopfe. Unnecessary taxation is unjust that this protection may be assured. United Large Grass Hammocks and Express WagcnsKING'S ,
States of naturalization issued the
Xo won't You've taxation. denounce papers by
woman's handiness and a man's skill. you to-day. done Hepublican party ',
courts must be respected by the, executive
quite enough for one day. for having failed to relieve the people from
Mrs. Allen, busy with her invalid crushing war taxes:, which have paralyzed and legislative departments of our own Gov-

messes and forgetting herself, found Mrs. George Holland finished her convalescence business, crippled industry, amid deprived ernment and by all foreign powers. It i is an BAZAR,

for her without of on board her husband's yacht. labor of employment and of its just reward. imperative duty of this Government to efficiently -
food ready thought They had been at sea a month, and Leah The Democracy pledges itself to purify the protect all the rights of person and Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. r

her own. The nurse ate with the same had learned the secret of keeping her feet Administration from corruption; to restore: property of every American citizen in foreign -

mechanical regularity that she did even in a half gale. economy; to revive respect for law ; and to lands, and demand and enforce full

else. Holland and Looking at her now with the sea brownon reduce taxation to the lowest limit consistent reparation for any invasion thereof. An AUSTIN: : ,
everything Spraguehad forehead and cheek, unscarred if not so with a due regard to the preservation of American citizen is only responsible to his
more than one interview in pantry smooth and clear as of old. George Holland the faith of the nation to its creditors and own Government for any act done in his MANUFACTURER OF

and kitchen, and found a good deal of was thinking that she looked far younger pensioners. own country, or under her flag, and can

fun in the new attitude of affairs. The than in the days when he had first known Knowing full well, however, that legisla- only be tried therefor on her own soil and Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware
according to her laws' and the existsin
her. She looked up and caught his eyes tion affecting the occupation of the people power
doctor was the one channel of commu- fixed on her. She went over to his side: it should be cautious and conservative in this Government to expatriate an American AND DEALEfIN

nication with the well, untainted outside was in the twilight, and the shadow of the method, not in advance of public opinion, citizen to be tried in any foreign land
sail. put responsive to its demands, the Demo- for any such act. This country has never '
world. "George," she said, "there is one ques- cratic party is pledged to revise the tariff in had a well-defined and executed foreign policy rARL R rrI B &d K n VB _
How that woman does eat to be except under a Democratic administra ,
tion you have never asked me. a spirit of fairness to all interests. But in ,
sure !" Holland said, ruefully. She (wonder what?" making a reduction in taxes, it is not proposed tion.. That policy has ever been in regardto

has ordered beefsteak and onions for "Xo matter. Look at me"-creeping to injure any domestic industries, but foreign nations, so long as they do not,
closer to his sideI love you, dear." rather to promote their healthy growth. act detrimental to the interests of this coun-
to-day. How do you cook 'em?" They wintered in the Mediterranean.As From the foundation of this Governmentthe try or hurtful to our citizens, to let them

I'll ask :Mrs. Smith. It isn't in a the weeks passed Kitty-Kitty was taxes collected at the customhouseshave alone ; that as the result of this policy we

book anywhere I ?" with 'them-got back something of her old been the chief source of Federal reve- recall,the acquisition of Louisiana, :Florida, =:
suppose 1
bloom. She had perseveringly l refused to nue. Such they must continue to be. Moreover -' California, and adjacent Mexican territory,
Poor Mrs Allen 1 She had givenup see Dick Mason before she left home-poor many industries have come 50 rely by purchase alone, and contrast these grand '

everything in her anxiety. They Dick, who had pleaded with all his elo- upon legislation foasuccessful continuance, acquisitions of Democratic statesmanshipwith mmnxbmpxrvxnxn

could not even take their beefsteak- quence. Even his little notes went back so that any change of the law must be at the purchase of Alaska, the sole fruit r I l df 7'wanel
But toward she of of the labor and of a Republican Administration of nearly a !
unopened. spring spoke every step regardful cap-
and-onion \ to her. And
problem him once, the first time, voluntarily.It ital thus involved. The process of reform quarter of a century.
though she knew well enough the tempest was not long after that that the yacht must be subject in execution to this plain The Federal Government should care for

of conjecture and criticism and made a quick run to Cowes. "To meet a dictate of justice.All and improve the Mississippi river and other
great water-ways of the Republic, so as to R
friend. Holland said. taxation should be limited to the re-
unkindly remark that George Hol And the friend was Dick Mason. quirements of economical government. The secure for the interior States easy and cheap

land's presence in the house would necessary reduction in taxation can and transportation to tide-water.

the of these must be effected without depriving American Under the long period of Democraticrule
arouse, nearer misery days TIlE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
and policy, our merchant ma-
shut it all As for him he labor of the ability to compete success-
out. never fully wich foreign labor and without imposing rine was fast overtaking and on Of the Latest, and Most Approved Patterns..

thought of it. I suppose if he had, he Following is the Platform as reported by lower rates of duty than will be am- the point of outstripping that

would not have cared. He had lived the Committee, and adopted at the Chicago ple to cover any increased cost of production of Great Britain.rule and Under policy twenty, our commerce years ofRepublican C00KIXG UTE S1LS OF ALL KINDS,
which exist in
may of the
too long outside of conventionalities.In National Convention : consequence has been left to British bottoms and the
higher rate of wages prevailing in this coun- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS .
the long days when he was not The Democratic Party of the Union try. Sufficient revenue to pay all expenses American flag has been almost swept off the ,

housekeeping he wandered about the through its representatives in National of the Federal Government economically high seas. Instead of the Republican party's WROUGIIT-IROX PIPES.

convention assembled recognizes that, as administered, including pensions, interest British policy we demand for the people of
still with of
rooms a strange feeling -
the United Statesman American policy. Under
the Nation grows older, new issues are born and principal of the public debt, can be got
treading on sacred ground. Mrs. Al- of time and progress, and old issues perish, under our present system of taxation from the Democratic rule and policy, our DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
len had given him the freedom of the but the fundamental principles of the Democracy the custom-house taxes on fewer imported merchants and sailors flying the stars and

approved by the united voice of articles the heaviest stripes in every part successfully: searchedout
house with trembling lips. He smokedhis bearing on articles of AND IRON ROOFS PUT OX.
for the varied of
markets American
the people remain and will remain and products -
ever as luxury bearing the lightest on articlesof TIN
cigars wherever he pleased ; the the best and only security for the continuance necessity. industry; under a quarter of a century for Tin Gutters promptly filled..

feeling of sacredness did not hinder 'of free government. The preservationof We therefore denounce.J the abuses of the of Republican rule and policy, despite our Wind Mills for pumping water or running ,
personal rights, the equality of all citizens tariff and manifest advantages over all other:nationsin light machinery promptly erected on order.
that sort of incense burning.At existing subject to the preceding labor favorable climate and Church Factory and School Bells for s31e-
high paid ,
before the law the reserved
limitations
of
rights we demand that Federal taxation
sundown one night Dr. Spraguecame. soils the freedom of trade at a bargain. ,
the States, and the supremacy of the Federal shall be exclusively for public teeming ; despite
Holland in from the kit- I purposes all 'these, the United States, despite / :stoves at Wholesale Prices.
came Government within the limits of the Constitution and shall not,exceed the needs of the Gon- among
will ever form the true basis of their population by the foremost races of All goods delivered at the various trans-
chen. He was in his shirt-sleeves and ernment, economically administered. The
and the annual immigration of the portation stations within the city free of
men
our liberties and can never be surrendered "
of direct taxation known Internal
system as
-
there was a right Revenue, is a war tax, and as long as
tache. He looked hot and cross. and powers which enables the continent to the tax continues the money derived there- ; despite our freedom here from the CORNER BROOME .AX)) SECOND ST3 L .

I've been baking biscuit," he said, be developed in peace and social order; to from should be sacredly devoted to the relief inherited burdens of life and industry in the
" be maintained by means of local govern of the people from the remaining bur- Old World monarchies, their costly wars, Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884-
and saleratus is the devil.
navies their --
their vast consuming -
non-
ment. dens of the wnr, apd be made a fund to de-
\Vhv don't you use baking powder But it is indispensable for the practical fray the expense of the care and comfort of producing standing armies; despite twenty AB. XOYES,

?" application and enforcement of these fundamental worthy soldiers disabled in the line of duty years of have peace, that Republican surrender rule to Great and (Successor to W. A SAS BOr. ),. ,
principles that the Government in the wars of the Republic, and for the policy managed to
B cause were not here to send Britain with the Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
you should not always be controlled along our commerce con-
,' by one political payment of such pensions as Congress may:
for it., trol of the-markcts of the world. Instead of
party. The frequent change of ad- from time to time grant to such soldiers, a GROCERIES, :PROVISIONS, SHIP: STORESr
I will bring it in the morning. I ministration is as necessary as a constant like fund for sailors having been already the Republican party's British policy, we

shall: here recurrence to the popular will. Otherwise provided, and any surplus should be. paid demand, in behalf of the American Democracy CHOICE WISES: AND LIQUORS, HAY,GKAIN..
fctay to-night, gravely. American Instead of the
abuses grow, and the Government, insteadof into. the Treasury.We an policy. '.
Corner of Second and Centre Streets nearSteamboat
Holland discredited scheme and .
looked him. party's *
at carried for the Republican
being
on general welfare favor an American continental policy,' Landing,
The turning point comes to-night becomes an instrumentality for imposing based upon more intimate commercial relations false pretense of friendship for American ,

for both -of them the heavy'' burdens upon many who are governed with our sister Republics of North, labor expressed by imposing taxes, we demand FERXAXDIXA, FLORIDA.
answering Unspoken in behalf of the freedom
Democracy
for the benefit of the few
who Central and South America but entangling
question. "And the end is The public servants thus become arbitrary govern. alliances with none. for the American laborer by reducing taxes, Owner and Agent for Schooner Slim C
doubtful. rulers. to the end that these United States may Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in
We believe in honest money, the gold and
He This is now the condition of the country. silver coinage of the Constitution and circulating compete with unhindered powers for the large quantities.
came back to Holland after a while. a Hazard
nations in all the arts of Agent for Manufacturing Compa-
Hence change is demanded. The primacy among
AH night the two men bat in the dimly- a Republican medium convertible into such CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the
and fruits of liberty. ny's
lighted porch. At intervals Sprague went party, so far as principle is concerned, money without loss. peace
to the sick-room. Holland did not leave is remiss in practice. It is an organizationfor Asserting the equality of all men before With profound regret we have been ap- best in the world. CELEBRATED "
B.F.AVERY'S
for
his enriching those who control its the law hold it prised by the venerable statesman, through Agent
chair. The brief summer night went on. ma- we that is the duty of the
) struck blow' at the PLOWS. ,
lIe heard chinery. The frauds and jobbery which 'Government in its with the whose person was that
the hours strike in the house thereat dealings peo- JACKSOX-
; Local for BAXK OF
of in Agent
vital .
slow stars went on and down their 'have been brought to light in every depart- ple, to mete out equal and exact justice to principle republics (acquiescence VILLE. 33 ,
that he
short cil'cuit. At dawn after ment of the Government arc sufficient to all citizens, of whatever nationality race, the will of the majority) cannot per-
a longer stay
than usual the doctor came back; have called for reform within the Republican color or persuasion, religious or political.We mit us again to place in his hands the leadership
Democratic hosts for the
the
., "They are going to get well; he said, party. Yet those in! authority, made believe in a free ballot and a fair that the of achievement of reform in the reason ad- BOOKS AND STATIONERY.HORACE :
but how I don't dare to think. ,:Next to reckless by long possession of power, have count, and we recall to the memory of the is ,
ministration of the Federal Government
the! way: I have struggled for those girls' succumbed to its corrupting influence, andhave people the noble struggle of the Democrats !'
his and
for
ll\'es. I've fought for their complexions." placed in nomination a ticket against of'the 45th and 46th Congresses, by whicha an undertaking too heavy age DREW ", ,
that his life has
which the independent portion of that partyare reluctant Republican opposition was compelled failing strength. Rejoicing ,
in revolt. Therefore is been prolonged until the general judgmentof
open change to assent to legislation making everywhere '
'Stationer
fellow-countrymen united in the Tooltsellcr, ,
'Will you come tup now? demanded; such a change was alike necessary illegal the presence of troops at the our
I Holland started up. He, was still in the in 1876, but the will of the people was polls as a conclusive proof that a Democratic wish that the, wrong were righted in his -E) Printer and Binder. '

house. Indeed the inmates were by no then defeated by a fraud which can never. Administration will preserve liberty with person for' the Democracy of the United

;means out of quarantine, though the nurse be forgotten nor condoned. order. States,we offer him, in his withdrawal from "

nil gone hack, and:all sorts of disinfecting Again in 18SO a change was demanded by The selection of Federal officers for the public cares, not only our respectful sympa- School t Books and Orange Wraps
disturbances had been going on some days the people and was defeated by the lavishuse Territories should be restricted to citizens thy and esteem; but also that lasting hom-

stood in the room. He knew'that the of money contributed by unscrupulous previously resident therein. age of freemen, the pledge of our devotionto NOW A SPECIALITY.

vo sisters: were there, dressed, waiting for contractors and shameless jobbers, who had We oppose sumptuary laws which vex the principles and the cause now insepa-
him, but he stood on the threshold without bargained for unlawful profits or high office. the citizens and interfere with individual rable in the history of this Republic from

raising; his eyes : The Republican party, during its, legal,,its liberty. the labors of Samuel J, Tilden. Liberal discounts to Teachers and
jSf
How do you do, )[r. Holland?" It was stolen and its bought tenures of power, has 'Ve.favor honest Civil Service Reforms and With this statement of the hopes, princi-

Kitty's: voice, tremulous higl .ke y"ed with steadily decayed in moral character and political the compensation of all United States offi- ples and purposes of the Democratic Party, Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on

weakness... And still he did not look up. capacity. Its platform promises are cials by fixed salaries; the separation of the the great issue of reform, and a change in
UU, your nay look at Leah,'' Kitty went now a list of its failures. It has squandered Church and State, and the diffusion of free the administration is submitted to the people application .

on bl' querulously, "She:! won't shock you; hundreds of millions to create a Navy that education by common schools, that every in calm confidence that the popular 59 W. BAY STREET,

p lit yon'. may.: keep your eyes off me, if you does not exist. It calls upon Congress to child in the land may be taught:: the rights voice will pronounce in favor of new men, '
.
se. I I remove the burdens under which American and duties of citizenship. and new and more,favorable conditions for JACKSOXVILLE. FLA

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> fjlv s' THE FLOKIDA 1' IlUW1l.L lies in the comparison and knowledge thinly controlled the action of the !I!, when the attention of" the world .is directedto -

4 /'>* of other men's ways of thinking Republican State Convention. Ever her genial climate and varied resources,
Si to rise above considerations and I
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. and of other men's of reach- personal OY4
' + # -" .- ,. ways alive to his own interests, Mr. Bisbee political prejudices, and so co-operate together -

"A Subscription, 82 per'year; six months, $1. ing results. has given his adhesion -to the 'endorsement I for her advancement and progress

of the Independent tick- that the near future may see Florida the
MR. BLAINE'S LUCK.It .
Office Centre and First
corner streets second floor. ? t.xuoyrROYAL
;'' S is one of the unhealthy incidents et-first because h..,Mould not: help foremost I her,gentlemen.'that among the States yon jof will the South.accept my io; ,

RATES: OF ADVERTISING._, of our form of governmentthat it, and secondly, because. 'he acknow-. thanks for the congratulations so kindly tlttltLY11
Ten cents a line for the first and five cents for
::1 vach'fr-ubsequent Insertion. ,we have this periodical excitement edged the help of Mr. Pope in 1882. extended, as well as for the graceful courtesy -

; Fpef ial local notices, 15; cents a line.ltes4ing of elections, an excitement with which. you have executed your -
GEN. PERRY'S ACCEPTANCE.PEXSACOLA. .
notices,25 cents a line. commission.
I Ie Fpedal rate for time advertisements upon nppll unlike the artificial storms and hail FLA.. July'12,1884. I am, very respectfully, -i 1e'a a L

'/ cation at the office.Communications. and rain produced behind the scenes. To the Ifons. S Pasco% W. D. Barnes, and J. E. A. PERRY.
,
-' T. Walker, Committee
y ;
In the present campaign we have
upon all matters of local interest -
GENTLEMEN have the honor to acknowledge -
JIR. MABREY'S LETTER OF AC-
solicited j from all parts of the county and from. the plumed, knight caparisoned for the receipt of your communication CEPTANCE.;
along the lines of Florida railways.
I All communications Intended for publication the race enteringwith the arena heralded apprising; me officially that the conventionof LEESBURG, FLA.. July 10, 1884.

#fi should be addressed to'the Editor; all business the blare of trumpets and ,the the Conservative Democratic party of To Ifons. S. Pasco., IP. D. Barnes and J. T.

letters simply to TIlE FLORIDA :MIRROR.SATURDAY. ., Florida lately held in Pensacola, selectedme Walker, Committee
waving of banners. The device on : .
t ------- as its candidate for.Governor.
I have the honor
to the
acknowledge receipt 4KlflPOWDER
AUGUSTS, 1884. his shield is PROTECTION. His Profoundly sensible. of the responsibilitiesof of your official ,notice of my nomination

-..--- prancing charger snuffs the air and the position, and with a :grateful appre- by the Conservative Democratic State

K THE, DEMOCRATIC TICKET.. elicits the sliouts and clamor of a ciation of the confidence reposed in me, I Convention recently, held at Pensacola, for

train band who follow in his path. accept the nomination. the office of Lieutenant Governor. Through
., +, FOR PRESIDENT:: : I, have cherished i in JIlt past and shall your committee I desire to express:: ,, my

r' .&ROVER CLEVELAND, From the' open common beyondcomes endeavor to maintain ii-fie' future, the'fundamental high,--appreciation and''profound"gratitude
'C
** OF XEYORK.. a plain citizen to enter the doctrines of the Democratic party, for the distinguished honor which the representatives I Absolutely Pure.

,t+,. \: .1 -- lists with the, plumed knight. The which teaches that offices'are public trusts; of the Democracy of our State

POK 'VICE-PRESIDENT: device on his shield is "KEFORAI that the purposes of government are the have so unanimously conferred on me. In THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel
3 purity, and
'. good of the people; that taxation,to be just, strength wholesomenes
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS formally accepting this nomination allow :More
and the single word on his banneris economical than the ordinary kinds,
must be and measured the necessi-
.e OF INDIANA. equal ) me to say that I shall faithfully endeavorto and cannot be sold in competition with the
",4, < ___ HONESTY." The adherents of the ties of government amI'tile best interests of merit the honor thus bestowed upon me. multitude of low test,short weight alum or

1 FOR GOVERNOR: plumed knight claim for.him a long the whole State, and should, by rigid economy The political contest before us, in some phosphate powders. Sold only in cnns.

:' EDWARD A. PERRY, experience in public affairs and a prudent expenditure and faithful respects novel in the history of our State 38 ROYAL BAKING lOG Wall Street.POWDER New CO.York..

t I : i accounting of the public moneys, be reduced politics is full of interest and significance.The .
OF ESCAMBIA. great ability and consequent fitness
; ; to the lowest possible limit consistent with
t- judicious encouragement of public and
; BOOTS AND
for the Presidential office. His such necessities and liberal for SHOES.GO .
ji I rec- a provision
!| : FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: private enterprise-the' fostering of the
,
:I ord however is tarnished his the maintenance and development of educational -
various
long
agricultural, fruit and vegetable
MILTON H. MABRY
facilities and the and advancement
political career has been that of the progress interests of the State-the promotion of TO-
;' y OF SUMTER. of the material interests of the
i ___ immigration-the maintenance of a capable,
and
his has
i politician only, career State by every legitimate inducement and
honest and honorable administration of the
I : 'on (CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: been distinguished by ambitious to and the
an encouragement immigration ac- J
affairs-in
: public a word, the advancementof
i CHARLES, DOUGHERTY, selfishness which', has impaired, the tual settlement of our vacant lands, ; that the! our State in all her social and material PRESCOTT'SESTABLISHED

: : OF, VOLUSIA. confidence of the people. By a singular State should never relinquish or hesitate to interests are dependent upon the success of
exercise, when its ,to
--'---- necessary powers enforce -
the conservative Democracy',in the coming
ill luck he almost grasped the '
w" TIlE SCHOOLMASTERS'TION. CONVEN- corporate as well as individual obliga-
campaign.
;, Presidential nomination in 1880, tions, to prevent monopolies to protect I have never doubted that the people,

; A 'National Educational Association when he might probably have been against any encroachments the interest of true to their own interests would again en- HOUSE

{ has been, in session at Madison, elected. He became the leading labor and the rights of the people.I trust the administration of the governmentto -FOR-
indorse the
cordially principles enunci-
"ri consin. Such that part. The prospects for such a
assemblages are spirit of an administration suddenly ated in the platform. I shall heartily co-
result are encouraging. The question of the
more beneficial in an indirect way brought a close, and now in 1884, operate with the people of the State in their change of the present Constitution is to be

i than they are for an}' apparent good having succeeded in obtaining the efforts to so revise: our organic law as to settled by a united party. As one earnestly SHOES.S

} they accomplish. Among those who nomination, he is confronted with a make it conformable to the great principles desiring an entire revision of the present

: attend them are always to be found which underlie a truly democratic government Constitution I have differed with some of
large defection of the best element of: and my confidence in the patriotismof W THE NEW STOR- ,
political friends to the mode of
my as ac-
men who have ideas to ventilate, his own party, by a general sentiment our people assures me that in framingand complishing that result. The difference,

t .. good, bad and indifferent. The of hostility to the ideas of hi adopting a new constitution the inters however, has never at any time been upon :a W. F. WOOD, Jr., } S

.: American mind is fond of the idea party, a. demand for tariff reform ests of every section of the State will be the necessity of a revision, but as to the

,3ii, of progress and:; impatient of r standard and honest administration, and by a regarded.The resolution. of the convention in regard legislative procedure. of reaching that! re- O { Proprietor, }} :mC

: ,x ideas and well settled methods. i.candidate of unsullied record, sup- to immigration has my most hearty sult.As a legislator I believe the Constitutionwas > O'P

In education there are always coming ported by,the prestige of success asa approval. The growth of our country, and a limitation upon my acts, and the

i forward new schemes.and especially of that,great.West, whose rapidity modes of that instrument
,4 new leader of the idea of reform -and L changing being :e:
of is in the
development unprecedented
1 clearly therein,all other
: ideas of communicating knowledge. '" expressed legislative
'
honesty. annals (civilization, has' been I largely, due
methods were thereby excluded. I have
ft Some kind of patent process is There is a bar sinister on the escutcheon to the influx of new citizens t4 and the infusion never doubted that the people have sovereign s sAND

t a .sought which shall displace the old of the plumed knight, and of new blood. I am sure that I express political power-the power to make and
'' the sentiments of the Conservative Democracy
.A, B, c system, the laborious multiplication the luck is evidently against him. unmake Constitutions ; but I believe legis- S Sr
of Florida when I to that large and
-I tables and the say lators are limited in their by Constitutions -
syllabic ----------- powers
}
enterprising class of new'citizens who have
THE COALITION. when made. As a legislator I ad- -
form of :13O :
ti instruction. There is a come from other,countries and from othersectiols
The coalition of the hered to the mode of entire revision pointed
*, .,1 fashion in everything, and why Republicanparty ; of our own country. to cast their lot out in the present Constitution, and which
should the old of of Florida with the Independents with;us, that we cordially extend to them oO
I- ; drudgery teach- had been inaugurated by the Legislature of

: Ii ing not be recast with new modes ofinjecting is now complete It is a plain ,the right hand fellowship and welcome. 1881 and only required the concurrence of {{ Fernandina [} EJ3
My own experience in this my adopted and ,
''i : admission that the State is Demo the last Legislature in order to submit the
rather than
knowledge the beloved State, assures me that the resolution
t cratic; that the claims of a possible question to the people. To my mind, this : { Cor. Centre & Third.
i .old system of drawing the mental is no barren formula-that those words are was not only the regular, but the surest [} S3J'
i'I : Republican majority are unfounded sincere which extend to and industrious
worthy
:{capacity y out. This idea is be- way to accomplish what I have always,

I .coming very popular ,in the northern and that the only chance to win sac citizens from all quarters a friendly since my residence in the State, deemed the -TIlE NEW STORE.
welcome and equal opportunity.The .
jfia cess is an alliance with the'disaffectedelenlent most important measure demanding attention -
; of education
H )system a sort of injecting i terrible conflict between some of the
if such there be in the Dem -the revision of the present Constitu- DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
? ,
( States and United
iV.U or cramming process is made the States ended almost
tion. The
H
accomplishment of what I then
i' 'J .t'if>' to take the place of the old direct ocratic party. So far as observation twenty years ago; no trace of disloyalty, to a hoped for-a united party to make sure this ABLIS'IED: 187+ .

rw-> extends, the Independent party has restored Union can be found throughout end been
teaching by constant work and drilling -has attained. The Pensacola
4't the broad land the soldiers of both armies --
no visible existence as a It ; Convention has the
: i ; of the faculties. party. placed party clearly in
have long since buried of ani-
feeling
+ has no rank and file and reminds every favor of a Constitutional Convention, and DRUGS
> The anHORSEY MEDICINES
: great essential to the acquisition mosity and shaken hands in all honestyand in
such
a manner as to leave no excuse fora
;'M'KN.: ;' of knowledge is mental control us of a not infrequent spectacle of a good faith ; and though we may profitably failure on the part of any Democrat to

and vigorous drum and fife starting out cherish in our memories and perpetuatein
a;1 power of attention. Under the heartily endorse the measure.

iPJrf new system an attempt is made to on its own hook, followed by a few history the heroism and fidelity to duty I Accept my thanks for the courteous terms & CO.,
displayed on both sides and hand them downas
'
the street the in which you,have conveyed to me official
boys on deafening
bystanders
f >, 'treat the mind as a passive receptacle a rich legacy to future generations ,
notice
1 of
!: able to receive with its turn-turn, but withno though we perhaps wisely that my nomination. I remain your =I
k : any amount of may regard obedient servant, MILTON H. MABREY. PHARMACISTS 1 L

..-, words and phrases poured out upon following the head and tail of trying time as a crucible in which was tested
l the the characters of meno'et the war and its AN ORDINANCE
; -it. A of studies procession being one. The Dem
great variety
Mi are issues are things of the past, and should To amend an Ordinance entitled "A Supple- Centre Street.FERNANDI9TA .
of Florida
i : brought into the primary schoolsand ocrats fully understandthat have no part in the'present or future politics :mental 'Ordinance to, an Ordinance con-
it is the Republican party they of Florida. cerning the construction of drains to secure FLORIDA.
. : a parrot-like repetition
, .1. passes the health of the city," approved March
for a comprehension of the have to meet in the name'of Popeand ,The great, the vital question to be determined 5, 1878. '
subject
constantly on hand a fine assort-
-. iln former the labored Greeley, and it does not matter by our suffrages is, to which of the BE IT ORDAINED, THAT SECTION KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-
pedagogue
f;
years two distinct 14 of said
elements as they exist in Flor- Ordinance be amended by EIGN -DOMESTIC
:to make his pupils good spellers to them whether Mr. Pope calls himself ido and are to be politically arrayed against inserting in line 6 of said section the words

i }4't correct arithmeticians, fair geographers ,la Republican or an Independent each other, can we'mo t.S3fely entrust, the Sanitary Board;" that Inspector in lines, instead 10,11 and'of 12"Sanitary the following Drugs and Chemicals,

;, : ? tt, and good grammarians -his votes will come from, the control of the State and the property, inter words be stricken out: "and remove

With these as a well laid foundation Republican party. No true Democrat intelligent ests and rights citizen of the who people has the? To honesty this every and all manner excretal as the matter Sanitary at such Board time may and require.in such Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines,

children were furnished with the essentials whatever his feeling may be patriotism to regard: the public welfare aboveany of upon said due section notice after given the in words writing"ten;;'dollars that all," Proprietary and Fancy Goods,

sis of education applicable to towards any of the nominees of his mere personal or party consideration 'is i in line 15,'be stricken out.
? FINE
tw. every walk in life, and ready to be own party, will place himself alongside forced to subordinate every other issue. flicting All ordinances herewith are or parts hereby of repealed.ordinances con- TOILET ARTICLES,

; &; ltk built upon in any line of desired of or support a ticket which has The common purpose of the people of G. F. AVERT, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
Florida should be to advance the
material [SEAL.
] :President of Council.
for its the old radical
ti: progress. The foundation was solid supporters set, interests of the State. While our principles Attest: EMIL 0. FRIEND, Clerk. IN GREAT VARIETY..

and g od. The modern school] system which is claimed by the colored Republicans and policy are eminently conservative, based Approved, : ,
.
"
H. POPE :
Mayor.
seeks] to instil the knowledge ol f to be, their ticket par ex upon the belief that it is safer to conserve e Fernandina, July 29,1884. -
cellence. than destroy, wiser to reform than revolu Physicians' Prescriptions
WJii
i ?i4.i : many branches of knowledge and tionize, they are broad and liberal enough For. Rent. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
; The Independent vote will we A store and dwelling on Centre
II > : Drives a weak smattering of street.
?> manythings to merit the support of every good,citizen; reasonable prices.
Apply to J. A. ELLER
r-: : aims at too much and seeksio suppose, prove an insignificant addition ianii< we invite the co-operation! of every con :\IANN. -

e UJ tr apply physical processes to shorten to the Republican phalanx, andl servative _element''in the State to unite withus To Rent. Wood Wood.
in securing to Florida The two-story frame Having recently established WoodYardnear
will stand about thus : a government residence on Centre a
labor and hasten results.
There
which, honestly and economically administered street, north side corner of DuryeVs mill provided with all the
,
are'more children taught, than Republican vote..............................20,000 Eighth street; necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
{ now shall
t t, alike protect the rights and fox conveniently,located. Terms liberal.H. .
rt* Independent vote.............................. 12 7 '
formerly, but it is doubtful if with ter the interests of the adopted and the native E. DOTTERER.Neio FIRE-WOOD,

be results. The indirect advant- Total......................................20,127 born' the rich and the poor, the white Goods. I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood
i T and the black with equal and exact justice. sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fire-
ngej] of the educational assemblage I The colored Republicans have cer- Large lines of new;goods in department :
every at ONE
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patens Iahdi arc in the at present Soudan and of the: French in ...,'."-. \.'r T '. .. ",j.f w-. '- : JjlJ-ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF ,
Toiwuln-butli of which are approachingjiie "
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ounoed purpose of Mr. Parnell, lJy a bitter
itni-'lc of the Irish nationalists to compel ,. .
their! I nlhh; ;:and Scotch colleagues to concede H 44.4 4 4 H
Ireland some measure of home-rule;
default to onlJis, Mr. Parnell promises to l SPRING AND SUMMER
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render the presence of Irish members at StStephen's / t .
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; ; The new reform bill which Mr. ++ it I I1 i i II wr _
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iP I1 '. : GENERAL ..; BAKER COUNTY.. I Assetstor of 7 ore*-J. Matthews.:: LIBERTY. .,- .-' ,f HOLMES.

i! County Judge-R. D.Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue \\:. F. Trantham, Gmnty Judge-M. J. Solomons. I County Judge-A. II-Brownell.
; United States Officers. .
J Cltrk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-\\ W. Jeter. I Clerk-T. H. Pitman
p'I LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff \J., C. Herndon, Sanderson.. Superintendent of Sctools-)1. L. Paine, Sheriff-R. F. Hosfurd.Treasurer Sheriff-Thomas N. Ellis.
L. A. Barnes Gainesville. Assessor, of Taxes-A. J.. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. -J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
,"'Register- ,
.' Receivef John F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Ret'euue-Thos. P. Sh tiler. ,Collector of Revenue'William Tucker
SarveJr -Malachi Martin, Talla- Collector of Retentte-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Win. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J..Newton.
; hassee. derson. Clerk-Peter Knight Key West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent of Schools Whitiiell Currv"WASHINGTON.
; ; DISTRICT COURT. Superintewlent of Softools:-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West.Assessor ESCAMBIA.: -
? Sanderson. of ZbJM Walter C. Maiohey, Jr.,
Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County J/ldge.-X.: C: SI \ckelfurd. County Judge," n1. B. Junes
JIzrllltal-J. H. Durkee Jacksonville. Clerk F.'K_de la Rua. Skipper.
County Judge-J. R.> Richard, Providence. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno,
T Walter Jacksonville. Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff E. P. :Melvin.:
Clerk-Philip West. ,
Clerk Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key.:
Treasurer J. S. Leonard.
iii I; INTERNAL REVEXtE.Qjllt'clorDennis Slterlff'V.V..'Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key I Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
Collector Revenue Manuel Pal
of Collector
nn s. of Ret'enlle-John Ioch: .
Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West.
Jacksonville. .
f Eagan
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Butler. NASSAU Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. I Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook_
x COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. > COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-N. :M.: Scarritt.i Superintendent of Schooh-D. H.
Collector' of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Horn
County.Judge! -Hinton J. Baker, Fenian- I
4' John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superinteudent. dina. WALTON.: |I CALHOUN.

Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of tSchooh-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge-William Clark.
I John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke.. Slteriff-John A. Ellermann,'Fernandina. 'Clerk- D. McLt-od. I Clerk-James S. Fannin.

BBEVABD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer Sheriff. W. Campbell. [ Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone.
Ii i I-f ;J State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. i flsurer-J. P. Richards.
Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F Scott. Fer- Collector of Jtenue'v. B. McLeod. \ Collector of Rez.'e1me-Jot] P. Atkins
: j EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Tuxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush

: I' tOt'Cflwr-\Vm. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of /wols-Jnu. C. Douglas Superintendent of Schooh-W. G. COI\\"eU.I
i : Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham Callahan.
Lieltte/ldllt-Governor'-Living1Stou W. Bethel -
c na. ,. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, Fernan --=
'r Key r West.Secretary Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig., Bre- dina. THE CELEBRATED
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal-
.p vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

lahassee.Comptrollcr.'Y. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-:M.: E. English, County Judge-J. :M.,Beggs, Orlando. WOOTOINT
+ Titusville. DESKS
"" Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando.

Trcamrcr-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. .
., r AUomcy-Gentral-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTS:. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Orlando.
1 hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Assessor of Taxes': -Jame!> M. Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT ;
Commissioner of Lands-P. W.'White. Park. Reid Fla.Collector.of. OFFICE APPLIANCES
:G Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Rez.'eulle-A. :M.: Hyer, Sanford. I e -
+ tr. Superintendent of Public Ilutructitm-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove San ford. '

Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools. -John T. Beeks
,! Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. .Branning. Fort Reid. ; EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
'h BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. I Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. a +l '- WITH Th EMt .
A. A. Robinson Tallahas-
+ t, Commissioner- Middleburg.
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? fJ/crk-. F. Forward, Palatka: _-
r see. COLUMBIA COUNTY.
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Sheriff-Thomas
'r R. C. Tallahassee. Shally.
Clerk
Long, County Judge-W. :M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
Columbus Drew Astor
.: Special Jacksonville.Agent- Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., ,Lake City. Collector of Rez.'enlle-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of
Building, Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. construction orJInarr:
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. -=-=- when for slight;

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

} Associate Jzt.8tir.-e-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improvements
.
?, ( Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. ? Awkward closets

til see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. .,- i==-- side drawers done and
Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. :McLean: Jack- Superintendent of Schooh-T. J. Faulkner, Crc rIDC away with I.
Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. t i til substitute revolving cases

1 CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County'Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. '' J ,r I + ::4'l which swing with a sIHit
,4 First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Sun'cyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. i I +( I '' touch of the hand and
sacola. Assessor ofTaxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Re-iJenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. L1 enabled to :lrl"thug

?; Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Hend rson. furnish double
I Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, s dl __ '- the space generally given on
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Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. -" --, ..--- each 1 side; and when I cases are-
., Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine.County Judge-M. R. Cooper St.,, Augus- HP -- -;: -,..--- open, the whole interior is
sell Jacksonville. =- '""
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ville.Fifth Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. '- flooded with light antI all
Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. ; portions readily reached without
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1 ;yille. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper.
Assessor Taxes A. D. St.
d, Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. :M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine.of Rogero, change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to

Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Rezenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.
Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, lt Afr THE VTOOTON
i j Columbia County.Supcrintcndent St. Augustine. ___
: FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, ,
'Fall Zprm- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. 9 r Cabinet Office Secretary.
". : Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HEBNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,
Walton 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey Leesburg.
I County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- ;
;t ; Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday ville. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

'i'' in OctOber. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. I The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -

,'. : Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville.Collector of Revenue-Joseph; Hutchinson, 0 t at 1 to the business public. One hundred and
in October. Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks ?
after 4th in Schools A. ten as shown in cut, all under
Jackson, 3d :Monday Monday Superintendent of H. Helven- r a compartments

r r9r .October. ville.Collector of Revenue F.M. Hedich, Brooks ston, Sumterville. i Eel 1 one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants
Esc mbia, 1st Monday in December. __ u: i ,
ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. = :Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad: Officials -
$', -:: This act amended section 2 of act of February -
Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, M. :M. Blackburn
Live
'; : 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Dade. County Judge- ,d and Professional: generally.
'
) Spring;. Term. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak. i _
r CIRCUIT.
THIRD
,:Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Sheriff; John R. Sessions, Live Oak.

1 I i| Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Umsted,Welborn. Wootou Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS
Collector Revenue
of Wilson H. Sessions
,
Isaac Craft .
Sheriff-D. Tampa.
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: I]Apral.r
i, r ; Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
Schools J. O. C. Jones
; Revenue Warren A. Givens Superintendcjit of -
t Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Live Oak.
: Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., U. S. A.
'iu April. of Schools W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

r in April. JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.
: ft I Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello.I Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. \
'i : in April. Sheriff T..B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
r.,,a Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, :Monticello.:\ Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen \

Taylor"1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Schooh-W. R. Taylor, Cove. .. ,..' '' .
f r October. Monticello. Collector of Rez.'enuc-P. N. Bryan, Glen "v",- '>"' I

'i ;i' Madison 2d :Monday in October. County Tf'easure1"Yo M. Girardeau, Mon- Cove. I
91} I Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, I

I Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Rczenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise. ., ,I
i in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. r II I

,1 Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
t October. keenah. Sheriff-Charles Alligood Crawfordville. NTEWHUMZt
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville. TIlE FLORIDArpOWN

i ;f3 in October. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
FOURTH CIRCUIT Sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Crawfordville. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.:: t
Spring Term- Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer--W. W. "Walker, Craw- '
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March.. -
St. John's, 2d Tuesday Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville
t R Clay, 4tli Tuesday in March. Colleetorof Rel'elwe-R. C. McMillan:: ,Craw-
! 1 ,,, ,' : Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. Femaiicliiia,
! ,- r+u, Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw-
Towns on R. R. Line..
Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. fordville.
Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. SANTA ROSA.
Old Town.
And Cedar Key.Offers .
t ; 1% ; FaU Term- Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain. '
St, John's 2d Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
_4 r1T Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. I
LEON COUNTY. Treasurer Robert Robinson.
', .t Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. t
County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rf.1enue-'V. J. Williams.
2d in October.
Baker 9
4 Tuesday .
Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. to Lessees and Purchasers a large
Sheriff A. :Moseley Tallahassee. I
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; ',; : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. x,
Superintendent Schools David Tinner.
of -
u in November. Clerk- G. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
is Duval, 1st Tuesday ,
i; Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable
II ati FIFTH CIRCUIT. Tallahassee.
,' County Judge-J. A. Fortner. I
Spring Term- Treasurer-.T. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
in March. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ,-, -
Sumter, 3d Monday ,
Collector Rel.'enuc-C. C. Pearce Talla-
I of ,
Marion, 4th Monday in March hassee. Sheriff-"r.\1.:: Bowcn. > City or Suburban Residences, I
1 Putnam 3d after.4th in Treasurer-F. F. Beville. .
Tuesday Monday
Taxes-G. A. Croome
Assessor Tallahassee.
of -
t Collector R II
March. of z'enue-J. D. Filles. !

,. ,; Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th :Monday: in Assessor of Taxet-W. II. Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS. I II
1 LEVY COUNTY.
March. Superintendent of Schooh-P. McCrary.: I t
' r ; Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
F ai March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. DADE. I

-, Fall ,Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- I
:,_.: bumter,1st Monday in October. Collector of Rez.'cnueTI. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. '1 Faulkner. .!

h -I' j '; Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Win. M. Mattaur. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
t ;, P, Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools J. B. Menden- TreftsureT-J: Wm. Ewan. i I I Is :

Levy, 4th Tuesday in ..November..c hall, Bronson. Collector of Ret'enue-'Vm. H. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
Alachua,1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest.

I November. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, :Madi: JACKSON. 0 residence, or in which to conduct their I II

h : SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son. County! Judge-George F. Baltzell.'
:
f Spring Term- business.
".a Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, :Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips; I
: t :' Orange, 4th :Monday in January! Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. I RfIGutArtl+
\ Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heam. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS : pA
r ; :#, Brevard,1st Monday in :March.: ,Madison. Collector of Rez.'emte-John B. Anderson. PtfrlN EVEPi
,a+ Hade,3d Monday in April. County Treasurer-S.S. Smith, :Madison.: Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn.. by exemption for a term of years from I t OUT or OR DEF.,
loll Term= Collector of Rez.'enueD.. D. Wadsworth cltA
Superintendent ofSdtooh-Samuel J.Erwin. NO EQUal's
Orange, 2d Monday in August. :Madison.: taxation, offered by the several cities and 4w1q3gfAt1iI1Di
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad FRANKLIN. I

I ;; ':'. .' Brevard.4th Monday in September. ison.. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply: to }'' 1
Dade, 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS, YORK. 1 1v'tCAG'O
i.' > 30 UNION SQUARE NEW
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff-S. A> Floyd. Fernandina. i i
q4. <\:.: County ..Officers.ALACHUA Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. ; o ANG.AN'4

I 1. ,1;. / Sheriff-A. S. Watsbn, Pine Level. Collector ofRcvenne-George A. Patton. ILL. MASS. GA.
Ii' sl' Assessor of Taxes-W. F. Parrish, Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. rOR SALE BY
( ?, + Z ;):t;' ville.County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- town. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. :7 .: { ;" .,}j ;, '::1.ii : .. ... -

:'s Clerk-J. A., Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector, of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. ,,- .

f ( Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg JudgeJ.: R. Hams. ,: '...-i: ,, < HOTEL IN NEW YORK.Persons .
Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward : '. ( :,' > :" ;; < ;} : ,
l Assessor Taxes-S. H. Gaines- P
of Wienges, "
? it' ville. Pine Level.. Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. :"". .. .t r AY 41.Fcf '. visiting New York for health, bnsinesor !
I' Sheriff-Thomas 3IitchclI. ai
p will accommodations
MARION COUNTY. i pleasure find first-class
Collector of Rel'enue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Treasurer-A. M. Smith. :3IILIER HOTEL. Location central near
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<, r ville.Superintendent. County Judge-Samuel Marshall:: Ocala. Collector of RezenueR.1.1organ.:: :: ". ; G' elevated and horse cars.. Nice rooms, excellent
of Schooh-,V. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.Sheriff" '. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. _', [; i I table; moderate prices ; Turkish Electric and
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i4 .Gainesville. I A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. c '."'",'.;xl.',-,< !z.t.. ;' ,, Roman and 41West baths. Twenty-Sixth Address DR.E.St.ew P.MILLtK York.,

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Guide:' SEA ISLAND ROUTE. RAILROADS : For information' respecting routes rates Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 4:56 a m

PENINSULAR RAILROAD. =: etc., apply to Gereral Ticket Office, Fernan Arrive at Albany daily at..............11:30 a m
TR1XPIT! & CARD diva; or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive! at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a m
Day Pamoyer Train leaves- TIME ''If sonville. ..... Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m
OF THE'l ., :
I wooc1.al1 .
Furt't.\larKc.\'and GEORGIA AND ..FLORIDA t ;1 Arrive at Nashville daily at-.......... 8:10 a m
11 I 1 points on Transit !loncl10.05: a. in. FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPANY: 'FLORAL: CITY. ROUTE Arrive at J: ui.sville.daily at......... 3:00 p m
ForSavannahandall IuiptSNorth '. ,'. .. Arrive at Cincinnati dadat........... 7:25 p m
anti \\'ebi......V/V.iiiiiin...........lO.Ooa. m. In Effect July 'iSth, 1884. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at........... 7:50 a m

/(/connecting at .) I Inland Steamboat ,Co. '(JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 7:00 a m
TJlIahas ee, Pensacola.and all TRANSIT 4k' PENINSULAR DIVISION.
for Florida Central & WESTWARD. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this

\points. on 1 the: 11 road...... .......... ...10.05a.m. (FERNANDINA TO,CEDAR: KEY.) No.1. No. 3. Train to Chattanooga'via Jesup.
(:tern ; at Baldwin.: ) (Central,'or ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Accom. Mail. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville
(connecting : NO HEAT-! N'O DUST.! GOING SOUTJt. 'Leave Jacksonville...... '8.30'a m 5.55 p m to Savannah.
Day passenger TlU..l arrivesFroiu Arrive Baldwin ............ '9.11 am 8.03 pm Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
Cedar Key'ildwood, and -BUT- Day Pas.-Et Pas. Leave Baldwin........... 9.15 am 7.45 p m Sleeping Cars on this.Train: Washington.

ill points Savannah on the and Transit all points Road.in:.. 4.38'. p. m. A Delightful Sail Along the Pic- Leave Fernandina................10.05_ A.M. P.4.38I..eave'Harfs I. ."" Lake.Li..eOak.11.3.5'a City...........10.43 a m 11.04 p m Pullman to Savannah.Pullman Palace. Sleeping. Cars JacksonvIlle -
1.30
Frthc and W *t............... 4.38 p.'m. Road Junction..10.35 5.12 ." m- p m '
North -
Sea Islands. Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am Sleeping Cars on this Train to
Pensacola. and turesque Arrive Callahan...................11.20 6.14 ,I
From Tallahassee, Florida Central Leave Callahan.....................11.30 6.30 : Monticello ....;.... 1.40pm 5.30am Louisville via Thomasville.

all points oil Railroad the .............._ 4.38p.m.. -- Leave Dutton.................. ....11.57 7.05 Arrive:Tallahassee........ 3.26pm 8.14am. A Restaurant has been opened at Way-
k. Western 'P. Leave Tal.lahassee......... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m cross and abundant time will be allowed
\1fiJit Pt1.*,csgcr.Train leaves 1'1. Quincy ...... ..".... 4.35 m 10.30 for'meals by all passenger trains.
Kt'rihh lJod. and all 1I6r A PERFECT, DAYLIGHT,SERVICED Leave Brandy'Branch............12.12 7.22 ? p am
For Cedar Transit Road ...... 4.38 Arrive Baldwin........:...........12.30 7.45 Arrive Chatta. River..... 5.45 p m 12.23 am I, Connecting at Savannah with steamers by
the p.m.rrSavannaUand New'York
!1 points or. all points North:: -- Leave Baldwin.....................12.35 8.30 EASTWARD.No. Philadelphia Boston and Balti-

: !............... 4.381'. IU.' Leave Maxville.......... %......... 1.02 9.02 2. No. 4. more.Connecting at Charleston with
und Callahan.) THE STEAMER l..ea..e.Highland..................... 1.22 9.27 Accom. Mail. steamersfor
(connecting:at Pensacola and all .. Leave La wtey......................... 1.37 9.47 I Leave Chatt'chee River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Fur Tallahassee the Florida Central, & ., ., : Leave Temple's..............,....... ,1.55 10.16 Quincy ..;..........11.52am 3.15pm and Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
connections
,H t nts on llailroad........\........... 4.38 p. m.connCl'ting Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25 Arrive Tallahassee..12.55 p m 4.50 p in Checked Steamship through. Also and Car Baggage berths .
\\Vtern Baldwin.) hM1 Leave Thurston................. .... 2.32 10.44 Leave. Tallahassee ........ 1.05 pIn 5.20 p m and Sleeping
( at : Arrive Waldo....................... 2.52 11.16 .. :Monticello: ......... 1.40pm 6.30pm Astor's sections secured at Company's office in )
Sight r
roil Cedar KV, \\ ildwood, and 1 1 Leave Waldo......................... 3.00 1.00 .h. Live Oak............ 5.02 pIn 12.10 a m Line Ticket Office and on board People's
all points on the Transit Road.:.. 8.40 a. m. Leave Gainesville................. 3.45 2.10 Lake City........... 6.04 p m 2.30 a m and Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
JENNIE
From Savannah andall'points in Leave Arredondo;................... 4.03 2.36 Arrive Baldwin........... 7.39pm 5.38am LANE.
the North and West! .................. 8.40 a. m. ST. NICHOLAS Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 Leave Baldwin............ 7.43pm 6.20am JAS. L. TAYLOR

From.Pcnsac la..Tallahassee, and Leave Archer........................ 430 3.17 Arrh.eJackson..ilIe....... 8.25pm 7.36am A. M. IVES General. Passenger!' Agent.
all points on Florida Central & FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Leave Bronson....................... 5.00 4.00 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains and 4 will Agent.BOOTS
.................... 8.40a.m. LEAVES
Railroad
Western Leave Otter .. ... ..
Friday mornings. Creek .;.. ... 5.37 4.45 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but
FCRXAXI.?A A :JACKSONVILLE'' R. Returning, leaves'' SAVANNAH foot of Leave Rosewood ................... 6.10 5.30 will run Mondays.Only : AND SHOES.
Train leaves''ltli/y, except Sunday Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday Arrive Cedar Key.................. 6.40V' 6.10 line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto
For Jacksonville......................... 7:30 p. m. mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. GOING NOKTH. ''Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
Train arrives daily, except Sunday Jacksonville to New Orleans daily. TIIE NEW
from Jacksonville................;..... 0.40 p. m. For Regular' and Special Excursion TicketsTO Day Pas. Nt Pas. 23f Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, -STORE.-j
only- A.M. P.M. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
for Sunday Jacksonville\ ..;..................... 7.00a.m.. -, Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.35 7.50 Central and Western Division.ST. E3:: { W. F. WOOD Jr.
I Leave Rosewood.................... 8.07 8.30 I- S
Jacksonville ..;:.................... 5.00 p. in.
For ; Points in Florida Cuba Mexico
Leave Otter Creek................. 8.38 9.12
From Jacksonville;....................10.35 a. in. MARK'S BRANCH.
Jacksonville:..................... 8.40 p. in. Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 10.00 O {{ Proprietor }} FT
From : apply to, LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull Leave Archer ........................ 9.45' 10.35 (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.) ,
81tISL.NJ> ROUTE.From : and Bryan streets, Savannah. Leave Palmer .......................10.01 10.54 Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00 amArri'.e'Vakulla. .
Savannah: Steamer St. Nicholas Brunswick passengers: either way will be Leave Arredondo..................10.15 11.11 ............................. 9.05 a m C> C>
SundaV and Thursday. transferred at St. Simons by Steamer Ruby. Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.36A. Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am
For Savannah. Steamer St. Nicholas Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival -' M. Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a. m

Monday and Thursday. will be at risk of consignee.F. Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.23 12.30 Arrive Waknlla....:........................10.25am :HAND : "
['\LLORLIXE.. .' W. SIMMONS, Agent Leave Waldo..........................11.35 2.00 Arrive Tallahassee.........................11.30 am
For New York direct by steamships Fern and in a,Fla. Leave Thurston..........!'i::......11.56 2.30 s S
State of Texas or City of C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't P. M. CONNECTIONS.At .

San Antonio Thnrs,lay evening 7.00 p. m. Savannah, Ga. Leave Starke........................12.30 2.47 Jacksonville with Waycross Line for ,
From New York direct by City of J. N. HAI nI\IA.X.: Manager. Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57 all points North and East; with the Fernan-
San Antonio and State of Texas, Leave Lawtey.......................12.58 3.23 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- S Sr .
every Friday......... ................. 3.00p.m. Leave Highland...........;......... 1.14 3.45 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
ST. MARYS, RIVKR.dcinicr THE SUN. Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River St. Augustine, etc. :
Mailha leaves Centre street dock- Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- a: SO
}'orSt. )Jar 's and Crandall Tuesday NEW YORK JSS4. Leave Baldwin........ ........... 2.05 5.40 insular Division for Gainesville Ocala Fer
and Friday ...:................... 2.00 p. m. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 6.00 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. C> C>
}'ort.: Marys and Dungencss, on sixty million copies of THE SUN Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 6.15 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida .,.
Wednesday\ and Saturday......... 0.35 a. m. ABOUT out of our establishment Arrive Callahan..................... 3.10 6.50 & Western Railroad.At .
For ;t. Marys" only,. Monday and during the past gone twelve months. Leave Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch {{ Fernandina, }} E]
Thursday.............; ................... 8.00 a. m. t'I If you were to paste end to end all the Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
Steamer Martha arrives- columns of all THE SUNS printed and sold Arrive Fernandina................ 4.38 8.40 : urdays. Cor. Centre & Third. .
:::E3 {{ } S
From :St. Marys: and Crandall on last year you would get a continuous 0* Day Passenger daily except Sunday; At Chattahpochee River, with the Pensa
Monday I and Thursday............. 7.00 a. m. strip of interesting information, common Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
From St. Marys and Dungeness, sense wisdom sound doctrine, and sane sacola, Mobile Montgomery, New Orleans,
(III Wednesday and Saturday.... 1.00 p.m. wit long enough to reach from Printing DIVISION. Louisville and all points:: West, Southwest, 1 'TIIE NEW STonE .
From St. Marys only, Monday and. House square to the top of Mount Copernicus and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
Thursday.......................... ..... 2.00 p. m. in the moon then back to Printing (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.) Columbus and Eufaula.
C. C. STRATTON & CO.
House square, and then three-quarters of GOING SOUTH. The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to ,
U' K. U.tUKNIGHT, the way back to the"moon again. Day Pas. Nt Pas. all points 'Vest.Through .
AGENT But The Sun is written for the inhabitantsof P.M. A.M. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths OF MACON, GEORGIA,
WHOLESALE AND, RETAIL the earth ; this same strip of intelligencewould Leave Waldo........................ 3.00 12.40 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
girdle the globe twenty-seven or'' Leave Dixie........................... 3.21 1.10 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
B UTCIIER AND STOCK DEALER twenty-eight times.If Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 3.37 1.33 I I and Hogan. 'Jackson viIIc. Fla.A. AVE MADE THE MODE BRO'S,

ANDDcnler every buyer of a copy of The Sun during Leave Lochloosa.................... 3.57 2.03 MACDONELL, H Fcriimuliiia Iu., the authorized -
, in Ice the past year has spent only one hour Leave Orange Lake............... 4.21 2.33 Gen') icket: and .Agent, Agents to contract for the sale of their

TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, over it, and if his wife or his grandfatherhas Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina, Fla.
spent another hour this in Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 C. W. MAXWELL
newspaper BRICK IN ANY
BROOM STREET WHARF 1883 has afforded the human race thirteen Leave Silver Spring............... 5.31 3.35 Master of Transportation QUANTITIES.Parties .

W-tf FERNANDINA FLA. thousand years of steady reading day and Leave Ocala........................... 5.45 4.00 Baldwin Fla.
night.It Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 D. E. )MAXWELL :: wishing to purchase will get all information .'.

JAMES JIcGIFFIX, is only by little calculations like these Arrive Oxford....................... 6.42 5.09 General Superintendent. as regards prices from them.
AND BUILDER that you can form any idea of the circula- Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 Fernandina Fla. Samples of different qualities:: and stylescan
pOXTRAOTOR tion of the most popular of American newspapers Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10 be seen at the office of
or of its influence on the opinionsand GOING NORTH. Savannah, Florida and Western MODE BRO'S,
-llacliua Street between and Third
Second 26 Fernandina.
actions of American men and women. A.M. P. M.

FERNANDINA, FLA. The Sun is, and will continue to be, a : Leave Leesburg..................... 6.50 6.00 RAILWAY.
newspaper which tells the truth without I Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 CURTIS d CO. .
Orders and estimates from a distance care fear of consequences which gets at the Leave Oxford........................ 7.33 7.17 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All .
fully attended to. 25-tf facts no matter how much the process costs Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 ESTATE AGENTS,

which presents the news of all the world Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 trains of this road are run by Central REAL ST. :MARY'S, GEORGIA ':
SHERIFF'S SALE. without waste of words and in the most Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 1 I ((90th) Meridian time which is:: 33 minutes .

UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN readable shape which is working with all Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 slower than Jacksonville time.ON Loans procured Mortgages negotiated Exchanges -
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issued out of the Circuit its heart for the cause of honest government Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45 effected.
''ourt Fourth Judicial Circuit for Nassau and which therefore believes that the Leave Orange Lake................ 9.40 10.08 and after Sunday :May: 11, 1884. Pas Mill S ite. Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
in suit in said Republican must and in the Trains will leave and arrive as
'Vtunty, a Court determined party go. go Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.45 :acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
wherein J. C. ]Read is plaintiff and John 0. coming year of our Lord, 1884. Leave Hawthorne..................10.23 11.15 follows: for sale.
Donald defendant, I have levied upon and If you know The Sun. you like it already, Leave Dixie................. ........10.40 11.35A. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. acres "
will sell at public auction, in front of the and you will read it with accustomed diligence M. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:30 a m N. B.- St. Mary's, having been selectedas

l..nlrt-House in the city of Fernandina, during and profit during what is sure to be Arrive Waldo... .... .............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 am the terminus of the Atlantic& :MississippiCanal :
the legal hours of sale, on the first the most interesting year in its history. If Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15 a m (under the survey made for Govern-
Monday in August( being the fourth day of you do not yet know The Sun it is high JjEJ-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Waycross daily at..11:01 a m ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
Night Passenger daily.F. '
paid month time the sunshine. ..... construction of which having been grantedby
tlie, following described lands, you get in Arrive at Thomasville daily at 3:17 p m
levied upon a* the property of John 0. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p mArrive the United States Government and the
Donald : E i of NE i of NE 1. Section 30, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18: p m Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
Township 2 N, In.mge 25 E; E i of Section (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive at Pensacola daily at..11:45 p m increase in the value of adjacent" lands may

7, Township 2. N, Range 25 E-220 acres; TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.The GOING SOUTH. Arrive Mobile daily at............... 4:45: a m be confidently looked for. (See New York
Lots 7 and 8 in mock G. Callahan ; S 1 ofeettion several editions of The Sun are sent Leave Fernandina....................... 7.30 a. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m Sun 27-3-83.)
4, S of NE 1, W' of NW 1, NE i by mail, postpaid, as follows: Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
I}! XW 1, Section 3, 'rownship 2 N, Range l25 "DAILY-50 cents a month, $G a year; with Arrive Jacksonville............... ...... 9.10a.m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor .
1--49p: !): acres, more or less ; also, fractional Sunday edition $7.SUNDAYEight GOING NORTH. cola. Mobile New Orleans Texas all trans- for improvements in old

s11 i Section, Township 2 N, Range 25 E.- pages. This edition fur Leave Jacksonville...................... 5.00p.m. Mississippi points. Pullman Buffet and ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand
U acres more,or less.. nishes the current news of the world spe- Leave Hart's Road....................... 6.04p. m. Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to all patent business promptly attended .
Term i cash, I jiurchaser paying for title. cial articles of exceptional interest to everybody Arrive Fernandina..................... 6.40p.m. Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.FAST to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
JOHN A. ELLERMANN, and literary reviews of new books of Jji1Trains daily except Sunday. MAIL. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-

Sheriff Nassau County.. the highest merit. $1 a year. SUNDAY EXCURSION. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
nan tUna Fla.. June 28 1884. WEEKLY $1 ..... 2:10 ent Office and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
I a year. Eight pages of the A.)!. P. M. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at. p m
I" Cleuit ; best matter of the daily issues; an Agricultural : Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p m EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
the Court Fourth Judicial Department of unequaled value special -i Arrive Fernandina..10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m ents in less time than those who are remote

Circuit; Nassau County, market reports and literary scientific Leave Fernandina.-............... 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m Washington. .
Florida. and domestic intelligence make The Weekly Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m When Inventors send model or sketch,
JANE Sun the newspaper for the farmer's house- Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m we make search. in the Patent Office and
M. MOORE, I hold. To clubs of ten with $10 an extra CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Washington D.C.daily atll:00 p,m advise as to its patentability free of charge

1'1'1'1 vs. } DIVORCE. copv free. Address!! Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
AIl MOORE j I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting at Waycross with Through able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT .,
IT APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVIT The Sun New York City. With New York and Fernandina Steam Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room ENT IS OBTAINED.We .
.filed I that Berniah Moore the defendant New York with- refer by permission to the City Postmaster
Line
,. ship from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars, Waycross to
''ides beyond the limits of the State of UNIVERSITY HOTEL for New York on Thursday.With out change. and to the Superintendent of the
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. Florida, s' that Post.Officeoney Order Division in Wash
ordinary process cannot be Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

F ervtd{, upon him; now, therefore, it is or- and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 5:30 p m ington. For special references.circular,ser- "
rtdthat SEWAXEE TENN. vice terms etc. addressC.
a hearing be had the facts ,
u ion
. ell ar cvl in 1complainant's CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m A. SNOW & CO., '. '
tiled"in. above bill of complaint, and from Sayannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:20 p m Office. Washington. D'H. 2tPATENTS'
m stated cause, on the first Monday and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at 'Vaycross'daily at........... 9:00 p m Opp.Patent
October
fo next.JAMES. MAY,: 1884. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.15 p m
BALDWIN FLA.,
June :lth. M. BAKER. Judge. To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Leave Newnansville daily ut........ 6:57 p m :
1884. 31-3m ....... 8:20
and all points South, West, and Northwest Leave New Branford daily at. p m
Xoti'e of Letters HOTEL NEWLY BUILT AND I..eave'Live Oak daily at.............. 9.48 p m
THIS daily.
of Admiiiistrn- .
will be opened on the 1st of Arrive at DuPont daily at........... 12:10 a m MTJNN k CO., of the Scnarrmc AMERICAN TradeMarks con-
rnn ALL tion. June for the reception of Summer Visitors. To and from AT Palatka HAWTHORNE daily Sunday. Arrive at Albany daily at............. 2:25 a m tine to, Copyrights act as Solicitors for the for Patents United,State Caveats*. Granada.
i WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Situated on the Cumberland plateau, in the except Arrive at Jesup.daily at................11:05 p m England. France German7.: .etc. Hand nook about
:The er- domain of the University of the South, and 'AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Macon daily at............... 7:00 am Patents P&tentsobtalned sent free.through MUNNyt! :*CD.expcr'nce art noticedIn !
interestedare: if within six miles of the Southern Chautauqua With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:25 p m the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest,t e.t..and
- the County Judge of grounds at Mont Eagle. it offers unusual at- Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m most widely circulated scientific paoer. n.'IJa: ye:pr.
assau
Cess ;day lit| county. l; 'IIli'nil' : Ptel 1ber.1884.. why letters of ad. passenger trains on the Nashville & With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m lean sent free. Address MCNN: A CO.. St ir.vrnc .$.'
> 1unh: rstton should not be issued from the Chattanooga Railroad connect AT COWAN West and Havana every Saturday: for New Arrive at Cincinnatti? daily at....... 7:00 a m AMERICAN Office.261 Broadway, New York. :;

.at \\. Court: of Nassau count\ to Charles with the Tracy City Railroad to Sewanee. Orleans every Friday; from Key West and Arrive Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m .
ar \t'att.c f I}; of Fernandina. Fla.. upon the fiSf The charges :will be-per day, $2.00; Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p m Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. t,
nd nt 11' ( 4. LYltoy Junes deceased. per week, $10.00 ; per month, $40.00 ; for the every Saturday.With Arrive Savannah daily at......... 6:30 a m T* INEN PAPER-CO) CTS. PER DOZEN. .
39 ,of VH; .1 !.s my Iia"1 :ls Judge and the seal season, (three months), per month, $35.00. Tampa Steamship Company's Steam Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m i i Samples sent upon receipt of 2-cent ,'.
IS,,! court, this I IGth day of Jul\, : A. D. AddressUNIVERSITY ers for and from Key West, Monday and Arrive at Charleston: daily at..12:40 p m stamp.. AddressFLORIDA "
,,;: H J. BAKER I HOTEL CO., Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at..10:25 a m MIRROR. .
County Judge Nassau County. 29 Sewanee Tenn. and Fridav. Arrive at New York daily at........ 5:30 p m 26 Fernandina Fla.




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.. ) THE FLORIDA MIRROR., At -Sea in ah Open Boat. rescue. The southeast wind prevailing madeit UONQUERS nALARIA.I

perfectly calm outside,judging from the
pt SIXTY nouns WITHOUT FOOD OR WATER, UNDER
r A YEAR FOR SIX MONTHS smooth sea on the beach, and this, with the
; lt; P.oo ; $1.00 A BURNING TROPICAL SUN, AND IN A
currents, was sure, without hardly any effortat

f ... RefectieNs. GALE OF WIND. all, to drive tile boat on Cumberland
1 !1 i The,steamer,St. Nicholas, which arrived at beach. But it was generally understood that

x this port from Savannah at midnight Thursday j
)Irs. Norman Branson and Miss Mary one of the pilot boats had gone to the rescue -
k brought from Brunswick Ga., two
,
i;. Bronson left for the North Tuesday. ; : and that the steamer Gladiator, which OSWEGO
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who bad had rather
young men a severe experience BITTERSH
t : News left here Tuesday morning for Charleston, :
: John P. Varnuru, Esq, formerly and whose fate had become a I

l .='" .Editor of the r Twits-Union, Jacksonville, of The would make a search. It seems, however,
source great anxiety. young men
: and family, left by the steamship Carondelft in question Ed. Dukehart and Geo. West- whatever may have been done by the Gladi-

., for New York yesterday. !, ator, the pilot boat did not go. The boat
field, both compositors, the former until recently -'
was seen going outside, but as this is almosta
,. I The steamship Carondelet, Capt. Daniels, ,and the latter now an employe" of the FOR -'-
daily when the water is smooth
occurrence
r'':? arrived here this week on Thursday morn Mirror,establishment; on Monday morning ,
it was thought nothing of by the pilots, especially -
d .ng. in place of the San Antonio, which is last in company with two gentlemen from Dyspepsia Headache Indigestion Loss
as no signal of distress had been set of
:laid up in New York to have her boilers Jacksonville. Mr. Evans a jeweller, and Mr.
by the boat. But when on Wednesday
,cleaned. Forns the assignee of the Huau cigar factory Appetite Dizziness Costiveness Fever
morning nothing was heard of the missingmen ,
t ," The Danish Brig Nellie, Captain Peterson, left in Dr.Pope's boat, for Dungeness.None telegrams were sent to, Charleston and

;';. a was cleared for Bristol, England, on Thursday of the party knew how to handle a ,Brunswick pilots, after consultation with and Ague! General Debility, etc.

!! last, with 229,000 feet yellow pine lumber boat, as was afterwards ascertained to their of :
some the most experienced pilots on the
:;, by Messrs. L. A. Davis & Bro. of Grange sorrow though Evans and Dukehart at the
coast as to the probable course of the cur-
{ ( Bluff. Value of cargo $3,500. start claimed to be able to manage one. But rents and winds.

t':,r Mr. J. II. Prescott leaves for Meredith, N. as soon that as they not were only,did fairly no off one it became understandthe apparent Captain William, Bell, of the pilot boat TRY A BOTTLE OR A CASE.

'., :," H. to-day for the balance of the summer. Agnes Bell, which was on' the beach :Mondayand

i ,j.1j! Mr. Prescott, while North, will visit the management of a boat, but none knew Tuesday after learning,the condition of
't even the way to Dungeness. The wind was
principal factories and replenish his stock of affairs, volunteered t.o'go out and cruise for
from the southwest and in down the I
tv, j boots and shoes, etc., for the fall and winter going the missing boat and men; but as the boat FRED W.
sound, was favorable. ,The boat with its HOYT & JOe
t.;1 trade. could not be got ready until Thursday morn- ,
'J i I occupants reached Cumberland Island about
r >R, The steamship: Carondelet sailed for New ing, it was considered as useless.On .
one o'clock in the afternoon, where the boat
"J-= tt t York last night with a good passenger list was beached and Messrs. Evans and Forns Thursday ,evening a telegram was received SECOND STREET, ABOVE CENTRE,

; J ',::1 i and the following cargo : 394 barrels rosin, having become alarmed got out, walkedto from Messrs. Littlefield & Tysen, of

:' :;4r: :. f ,,111 barrels, spirits, 331 cases cedar, 22 packages Dungeness, a distance of some four miles Brunswick, who had been telegraphed to. F'ER1N:: .A. ]N :DIN .A. :L A.

.lJ i i;; cottonseed oil, 37 pieces live-oak timber bearing the welcome news that the men had .
II from the place where the boat landed, and
:' :,'s! and 70 packages merchandise. arrived all well, and would be in this cityon
M' hired a colored man to row them back to

'r!( :, George Sherwood, a young lad employed the city. Dukehart, however, did not wishto Sunday. THE BOAT. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

-.I :' as office boy in The Mirror steam printing abandon the boat, and thought that with
::,"' establishment while around The boat which has preserved the lives of
: playing a printing Westfield's assistance he could safely bringit
i" these young men, and which has stood sucha
/ afternoon had his
press on Tuesday back. Upon Westfield's agreeing to
hand I crushed in the severe .trial. is only a model built last win- =
: ;j right' severely press. accompany him they started on their return
ter for Dr. W. H.'Pope, after his plans, andis .. ,
the of mind of the feed _
: : But for presence trip. But soon after they left the island the : ali1 1 i yfcfu.aTuil( r'e' -; irr -
to illustrate idea of i sM H* "s rf.:
an his for building n :
: boy in pulling the throw-off" and putting
n f strong ebb tide carried them to the southeast = ':r '' '
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s Jjy! ;? gli Si '
: = g -v- -j; --
:) the brake the his whole vessels of large carrying capacity of very 'K R ff'f f T'i SfScgsaa
r : on fly-wheel, right and l trouble began., At that time a -- : TiiT. --::;; ;

't Ji I hand would have been crushed to light draft yet making them seaworthy.The -- -' _
a pulp. squall came up from the north-west, drivingthe _P" ;;; -- --
..j cl As it is, the wound extends diagonally' boat before it. The occupants loweredthe peculiarities of be.model. ,consists in its 4 i = = .= o"'<
bottom, which is aperies of keels with air .
10t the back of the hand from the wrist
t, : across sail and l scudded under bare poles. Unfortunately = -

L: '. "f: to the ball-joint of the thumb, the flesh the boat was neither provided spaces between them, making a series of ];;1jTr'rSj>,,..;:;"t -. .
concaves, the keels running in concentric =-;:== =!!'iF.E ""'ar E'i
..:; : being cut to. the bone. with anchor nor oars, and had only a four- '"..!=,,\---fr-.r..ptj:;: >J t;Ii. .;..=:==..t':; : A 010.rc. \.":'"
r planes. The bottom, in this instance, is of -i':...: "'-"" Pc '/'
is -:;;:."" .!'l, '"'" stll "..-5--
The Palatka,J/eraW say that the Florida foot paddle on board, which proved of ." / '" -- > d
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the floor
galvanized iron, and of the boat is ... -
\ : Steamship Company, owners and managers no account. At about eight o'clock they !'= ES ""
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tinned it
I. over, making perfectly water-tight. ,
of the Palatka have off Amelia Island the Strath- ''"' "'" .-.t ;.>v
'j t steamship City of just were near --'''' w' 'i:!: : P
She carried no ballast. The boat has certainly .
j purchased the iron steamer City vf Norfolk more, but all efforts to bring the boat in to sustained the Doctor's claim for great .i = l- :: -

,"' now plying between Morgan City,'La., and the beach proved unavailing. They got 'ff ", :,
the
buoyancy, though experiment was involuntary F
;. Galveston, Texas, and it is expected that she within a hundred yards of the beach, but and an exceedingly dangerousone. :.,-.,

:' i will arrive here and be placed on the line further they could not go on account of the
The men claim that to them the waves --_ '> s
between Charleston and Palatka on or bet strong current.., Dukehart being a good __ WSob.
looked almost mountain high, especially
fore September 15th, and run in connection swimmer could have reached the shore, but during the gale on ,Tuesday, and their state- .. -

4 with the steamship City of Palatka when he was unwilling to abandon his companion ment of the high wind was corroborated on -L _

each steamer will make one round trip per in misfortune. Finding all efforts use- Wednesday by Captain Leo Vogel of the
City of Palatka yet'the boat which is
week, touching at Savannah and Fernan- less they lashed the rudder and laid downin ; only SOUTHFUB.CO.Itrimii->
d! eighteen feet long by five one-half feet beani, -
dina both ways. The City of Norfolk is said the bottom of the boat. During Monday rode the waves like a cockle-shell, without

: to be about three years old, very nearly night the wind veered round to the south shipping a sea. Dr. Pope naturally feels

.,: the size of the steamer St. John's and built west, and when morning came they were very proud of the record of his bantling, A. Bo NOYES
and! we are glad to state that Captain Ar- 9
x about on the same model. She is elegantly out of sight of land. To add to their mis- nold had.the boat'hoisted on board his ves-

;r > : ., fitted up, has splendid accommodations for fortune, the rudder had broken during the sel and took it to Brunswick from whenceit DEALER IN

one hundred first-class passengers, is in night and they were left entirely at the will be brought back by either the Thos. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
Collyer or theSt. Nicholas.
every way seaworthy, having been built mercy of wind and waves. The wind, which ,

,P. .,::Y with view to running on the ocean. had been blowing pretty stiff, commenced Range of ThermometerFOR Hay and Grain, Ship Stores
,
'il' blowing a gale, but the boat rode the waves THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, AUG., 1nORSKYs

k g'a!;r Excursion to .Brunswick. like a duck, without shipping a sea. They DRUG STORE. FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
:\ A select excursion for the "Can'tGetAways" ,
; family -
began to suffer terribly for the want of

> ;' tf; has been arranged to Brunswick water. As they had only intended to be 1 1I I I I I Wind CROCKERY, HARD\V AREVIIJLov"rARE..

I i' 1 Ga., via the Sea Island Route, for a .a ._
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hours Fernandinano I I't- --- --
t: gone a few on leaving I M:) 0
";. : Monday week, August 11th. The fine excursion had been made for either foodor ,
I Prices Low
provision as the Lowest.
f 'il" steamer TJios. Collyer, Captain Sam. Saturday....July 2G I so 89 89 86 S.'V.
;
drink. Sunday ..............27 79 88 87 S.'V.
+' ; Dennete, will leave Centre street wharf at On Tuesday night they sighted a light far :Monday ?..........28 80 90 91 851 S.'V. N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fernandiiin, Fla.

8 o'clock in the morning; and returning had Tuesday.....July 29 80 87 85 S.W.Wednesday..30. .
but of
to the east, course they no meansto 188

t i : will leave Brunswick 'at' 4 p. m. Baratti'sItalian signal.', Then they drifted all of Tuesday 70 88 86 S.'V. LUCY COTTAGE FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER!
Thursday ..........31 78 88 86 84 8.'V.
e string band has been engaged to furnish
l j N night, and Wednesday morning had begunto Fflday..August 1 78 89 87 86 S.E. Seventh-St. Hotel
near Egmont ,
i
be
'r "il' music. Refreshments can procured
all of land
lose
." hope ever reaching
,,; on board the boat. At Brunswick the Fer- FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. FOR SALE CHEAP :
I alive. Their suffering on that day was in- MARINE.Port .
1t Base Ball Club will AND SLABS
nandina friendly
!t : play ,
tense. The rain showers which prevailed EDGINGS
.:. 'game with the club from Albany, Ga. Everything of Fernandina. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor 10 cents per load.
r'r during Tuesday Wednesday along the without board. Table Boarders will be ROUGH LUMBER
; that the of the committee
.if ingenuity coast, did not reach them. Late Wednesday HIGH WATER. accommodated; also transient.
i" can discover or originate in the way of suitable afternoon they sighted a speck on the Saturday,August 2...... 4:12 A.M. 4:44 P. M. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. From $.3 to $1G per M ft.,

i ; ; amusements, will be given for the benefit Sunday, h 3...... 5:05 5:37: according to quality.
l western horizon; which soon was ascertainedto Ik DRESSED LUMBER
: 4..5:58 6:26 ,
I Monday, :
,
I U V* of The fare for the
the participants: be a sail. :Westfield pulled off his shirt Tuesday, 5...... 6:50" 7:11 $12 to $20: per 3[.feet.

;, 1 round trip has been fixed at $1.00 only- and climbing half way up the mast, fastenedit Wednesday, 6...... 7:36" 7:53" VLA L ? )JIALE IN TITUTE Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.

km; children under 12 half price. Thursday, 7...... 8:17" 8:34: h DURYEE..
: there. But would their signal of distressbe WILLIAM B. C.
Friday, 8...... 8:58": 9:16": Mill.
ii seen? The agony of suspense was some- STAUNTON, VIRGINIA. Steam Saw and Planing
: .Or anizlng for the Campaign. Office foot Centre Street. J
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,ti v ':*'t. I i ;" THE FIRST CLEVELAND AND PERRY CLUB IN rays of a tropical sun would prove fatal. July 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah first schools for young ladies in the United MERCHANT TAILOR.
< ""F States. Surroundings beautiful. Climate
r' : !,;. NASSAU COUNTY. The wind had changed more to the east, ;' with passengers, to F. W. unsurpassed. Onehundred and -
Simmons a ent. forty-three I
r A meeting of the Democratic voters of thus altering the course of the boat and 31-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Pa- boarding pupils from eighteen States. R. G. :McQUITTYHas

J '.'to I this Precinct was held at Lyceum Hall on driving it further landward. Their signalof latka. TERMS AMONG THE BEST IN THE. removed his business to the rooms over
if tif, ? 31-8. S.. Carondelet .Daniels UNION. Board. Washing, English Course, the :New York Bakery on Centre street.
*, .'> distress is seen, and soon the vessel is in 1,508
s- f.si.1 last.
Tnesday evening tons, New: York: freight and Latin French. German, Instrumental: He has received an assortment seasonable:
i
> S' Executive Committee, called the meeting to Glynn, of Brunswick, Ga., which had put into agent. June $238. For Catalogues, write to make them np to suit all tastes in the

1 I'M:1J order and stated that, the object for which Ty bee the night previous on account of 31-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan- Rev. WAI.: A. HARRIS D.D., President. i best style.
,
: Staunton Virginia. J:Repairing done..
the weather. ,They taken nah ;, 'with passengers to F. W. neatly
y r + it had.been called, was. the organization: of a' heavy were onboard Simmons! agent. :Fernandi a. Fla., July 12, 1&<<. _
4 club for active work during the ensuingcampaign. about five o'clock Wednesday even-
Y:
't"SI-,: ning, some .twenty-eight miles northeast CLEARED. THB VIVATY r THB ijTH -FOR-
1 '- 1 w :: '' i July 27-S., P. St. :Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -
i' Mr. G. Stark was made temporary chairman Doboy, having drifted a distance of nearly I ; with'passengers, by F.'V.i = t::=

t ; : : and Chas. H. Berg temporary secre- i 100 miles, and received the kindest attentionby i Simmons,agent. is located at SEWANEE, TENN., upon the : MACIIINER1Yi : ,

'tlt. Captain Arnold and his crew, who car- 26-Schr. R. D. Spear, Hagan, Phila- Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet above the ..
,
level. -i :;::
tary. sea This school, under the special Ij j
?' ried them to Brunswick, where they arrived delphia. il\,
z A resolulion was adopted setting forth the .30; -Schr. Mary F. Carson, Bagley, New patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant
about 10 o'clock Thursday morning. From Episcopal Church in the South and South- OF ALL KINDS,
'''x : : purpose of the Club,,when a recess was taken York.
,;; Brunswick Dart of the'steamer 31 S. S. Carondelet Daniels west, offers the healthiest residence and the
Capt. Ruby 1,508
-t : to enable*. those present to sign the roll of
> kindly carried them to St. Simon's, where tons, :New York; freight and best advantages; both moral and educa- Go to F. M. Robinson,
membership.The by R. W. Southwick tional, in its Grammar School and its Collegiate -
Club then proceeded to organize by they took the steamer\& Nicholas, landing passengers& Co. and Theological Departments. For
here about midnight. the special claims of this University for MANUFACTUBER and: DEALER,
electing the following officers: 31-Schr. Benjamin C. Terry, Moore,
a hii'i? ,1 i President THE'NEWS IN THE CITY.. Philadelphia.. patronage, abply for documents the Rev. FLORIDA
Fred W; Hoyt, ; JACKSONVILLE
; 31 S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, TELFAIR HODGSON, D. D., Vice-Chan-," -
A : W.Naylor Thompson, 1st Vice-President; Severe comments have been made that Charleston. cellor, Sewanee, Tenn. -

1 i., .+# W. F. V. Scott, 2d Vice-President; there were not more vigorous measures 31-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- I FOR RENT-

.. the authorities and friends nah with passengers, by F..W. I
Chas. II. Berg, Secretary; adopted by city ; T DWELLING AND STORK,

G.L. Baltzell, Assistant Secretary; interested for the rescue of the missing men. 31-Danish Simmons.Brig,Nellie agent.Peterson Bristol NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD. LARGE extensive yard-room and gardens

".,;Wandell, Treasurer. The fact is, it was not generally known that Eng.; 228,895 feet yellow ) attached, on Alachua street; suitable for a

; d x" ; -Executive Committee: J. A. Ellermann, they had drifted to sea, and it was known pine lumber, valued at $3,500 E;NGINES, BOILER; t large family or boarding-house. Possession
can be given about August 1st.
a 5 ; G. Stark, I. S. O'NeillV.Iartin, and Theo. only to two or three parties that they had by L; :A. Davis & Bro. I: HEW AND SECOND HAND. .

Starbuck. gone to Cumberland at-all. The first news IN PORT. ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT lOW PRICES DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET,

+ 4 c Messrs. J. A. Edwards, H. J. Baker and that something was wrong was gathered Bark A. D. Sleeper, Sleeper. I facing the bay; has eight rooms, large hall3' ,
i I Brig Julia E. Haskell,Payne. Complied Orange Box OftH Shingle Machine I piazzas, excellent well, etc.
'' : G. L. Baltzell were appointed ,a committeeto from the surprise of the other two occupants Brig John Shay..Nickerson. Eagle Gins, Saw Mills, Planers Renown, &0

draft a constitution and by-laws, with of the boat, who arrived,here by row- Schr. Jas. W.Woodhouse, Herrick ARk for Cnfalogne and Price before hnvlnor.HANDLE STORE AND DWELLING formerly occupied

the request to report at the next meeting of boat from Cumberland late Monday night.On Schr. Isaac'L.Clark, Cranmer. & DUGAHMACHfClT ', by Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street.
Schr. Mima A. Nash.
Read.
the Club. Tuesday morning conflicting stories pre- Schr. Sarah Potter Keene. 65 67 69 ELM ST. CINCINNATI a I I
i For terms, etc., apply to '
The Club then adjourned until Thursday vailed in the city, but all were more or less Schr. Williamine, Scott. '-' Write for Catalogue and m;iMicn this paper.) ( G. STARK.

evening next. favorable to the means adopted for their Schr. Anita, Jewett. :"'' Fernandina, May 2, 1884. -

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