Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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S1VITJ5 MSU'S. My orange trees got a good dose and they I AN OPEN LETTER. I Unmistakably, to all well-informed and unprejudiced ITEMS OF INTEREST
promptly turned yellow, and I had to dig minds the nomination of Mr.
The late D. P. Sullivan of I'ensacolu, lefta I out my humus and fill in with sand to save I TO ANDREW D. WHITEf F, ITHACA, BY ;'P. P. Blaine embodied the doctrine: "Official -- :. '::>:'

very large estate, consisting' of nearly I. them. My garden truck took a rust, and BISHOP, OF THE STATE OF?FLORIDA. power is a personal possession be em- The Chinese are rapidlylearnhgEtiropean l .. ':se,
*1,iX0) \000 in United States and State bonds, died in a, b, c order, and I felt like ,Jonah. I Sir:-No one has eyercalled: in question ployed for the aggrandizement of its pos- ways. When an. accident lately befell the- ,

lj/OOO/ in cash, 250,000 acres .of land in and looked around for a Bogardus kicker to I,your patriotic impulses..' For many 'years' sessor." In nominating Governor Clevelandthe machinery of one of their largest iron-chuls .

\lab ama and F1srlda. several steamers, the I apply to the blooming idiot who discovered' you; have stood before the country as an intellectual Democratic party committed itself to the the engine was taken apart and put together
j'ensacola Opera House and Bank building, I "Florida's riches"' in And this solely by native engineers and workmen,
a bog. all and highly cultivated} gentleman.Of opposite doctrine : "Official, power is a
properties. He left $.!40,000 in
and other time something better was being done every late you have been numbered among sacred trust to be administered faithfullyand Boston is proud of being ahead of the-
and; $50,000 in Alabama State
rnited States! His year by neighbors utterly ignorant of chemistry those who have been regarded ,with a certain fearlessly for the benefit of the people." world in! many thing, btit the citizens d<>
bonds to his two young$80,000 daughters.in Alabama State personal and who couldn't have told for, the psychological curiosity. The questionhas Here is joined the issue which towers aboveall not seem to especially plume themselves on

prol''rtY:1I1d life of them what N H40 stood for. One dayI been, *' Is he strong? enough to lift his other issues, and one upon which each the fact that their tax rate-$17 on $i000-
his wife until her death when
bonds ;s t) to chanced to pass by the'plantation of the understanding above the;cloud-bank,of par- American voter must bear the responsibilityof is $2 50 greater than last years rate and they

the same is to reVert to his brother, M. H. Widow Tanner and saw a beautiful field of tisan prejudice?" and. s0111e',', 'fus find. .a negative determining his position! For my part,. highest ever known there-" ,- :'v, ,...
the of the e ,
who rest estate '
Sullivan, J gets corn, big stalks well eared and I had curi- answer in .ourlet4'r: to General,Bruce, I desire to see the civil service of my country -, Texas with 1
l. 1.000,000 cattle owned .
of in by- ;
exception $20,000 legacies. I
with the osity enough to stop and ask her what fertilizer dated July 20. & placed in charge of the man \vllO.said : non-residents and them
of the deceased and his brother earning $10,000,000
The wife she used on corn and cotton. "None Your sweeping designCLiqn' (the-Democratic 'We are fast gaining positions in the is
executors and trustees without a year, disposed to think it ought to realize
:appointed 1 but"-and .here she, showed mevthe field- party as the party:which has opposed grades' of public stewardship. There is no from the 00,000,000 to 70,000,000 acres of

bond. here I plant peas one year, and then corn all the healthful and statesmanlike measuresof middle ground. Those who are not for the State lands over which they rentabenough '
Tljcciunpletioij: of the contract for dredg- the next-then 'peas, then cotton. I raise ( 'the last thirty years'is quite unworthy people, either in or out of your honorable to admit of the abolition graze of all State-

inf, under the superintendence of Captain two crops of peas a year by early planting of a broad-minded ,student of our recent body, are against them, and should be taxes. ,
(7.V.. Lord, celebrate:; on the 8th by and though this field has been constantly in political history. Its true place is among treated accordingly.
the members: of the Board of Trade who cultivation for twenty years, the yield is the reckless utterances of a common dema Respectfully P. P. BISHOP. Jurubeba a drug that is quite popular m i

with their friend took a trip to the bar. better now than in 1860. And the widow gogue. It'is true that the Democratic partywas Rutland, Vt., August 2. 1884. Brazil has been recently introduced into i

guundinjs; ltowt' 251 feet of water on the was right ; there was the humus, the ammonia united in opposition, .to those reconstruc- the United States.: It belongs to the Sobtmim
Notes Branch. or tomato family, and is said to all
JJLr:1t mean highl The expenditure for gathered and left where it would do the tion measures which have been declared uiir Brandy possess :
the virtues and none of the vices of
the whole work from the beginning, including good. I took the hint, and tried another constitutional by the Supreme Court of the A ,KIND ACT OF ONE OF NASSAU'S CITIZENS mercury. l
Dr. Carvalho of Rio de Janeiro and Dr. De
the jetty work:. has cost about $200.000, of States. Is it for
experiment on a piece new land. I had United necessary, a measureto DEATH FROM A RATTLESNAKE BITE-
and this includes{also the expense of surveysand it broken up in January, furrowed out in be unconstitutional in order that it maybe CHANGE OF BASE BY CLARK Champs "of Paris call it "the vegetable i

of removing the t. wrecks left on the bar March, and a spoonful of a potash mixtureI "healthful and statesmanlike c ?" The & CO., ETC. mercury.

that $200,000:! more. will complete the work furrows every four feet, and a couple of control of local elections by the central authority To the Editor of the Florida Mirror: feet in diameter, and weigh inclusive of t.

both on the inner and outer bars, giving a' conch peas dropped close by the fertilizer, Washington, the stationing of In viewof; the misfortunes of Mr. Charles the shell, as'much as sixty pounds.: Two of

depth at metm highwater; of,26 feet, includ- and all covered by the plow. How those troops at the polls tire support from the Mahoney, at Callahan, in the destruction of these gigantic mollusks were lately trans- 3

ing the completion i of his jetty system, peas grew! weeds had no chance; and by public treasury ,of aj a my of partisan his property by fire at that place not long ported and planted in the South Bay, N. Y. t
which will snake' it permanent, and also keep the first of July the vines were three feet workers," called supervisors: and marshals since, Mr. George W. Bryce shipped him a Either the trip or the new habitat disagreed ,

and advance the !shore line at Fort McRae, deep over the ground, and in October and as well as all the other measures which, obviously car-load of lumber this week to partially with them, as both died a few days after

and prevent any further abrasions in frontof November I gathered peas as they say here, to every man whose brains were repair his loss. Such generous conduct as ward.A .
the light-hous A survey and estimate till I couldn't rest," and there were tons of working normally ]hadfor their single object this towards the unfortunate is worthy of revolution in the match-making indus-

will be made of tile outer bar, which will be green stuff to rot on the ground, the perpetuation of, the power of the accord and emulation, and not many such try may be expected. The Russian department -

forwarded through the proper channels, and Another year I tried another plan. I Republican party. Is any one prepared) to benevolent contributors would early restore of commerce and manufactures has

approved will result in a recommendation planted the "Blue Shinny" pea in March, stand. up to-day and call those. ''measures the losses of the unfortunate. Any country recently awarded a patent to the inventor of

of the department; to the next Congress for giving it a little dose of potash as I got it in healthful and statesmanlike?" I ask you filled up with people possessing this kind of a means of so impregnating wood with a

an appropriatoin [of the $200,000 necessaryto the ash element and I harvested, tremen-- to specify the statutory measures which the charity will ever be prosperous and happy.It liquid that, when dried, it lights with slight i
complete the work and give the port of dous crop in June. I cured the vines as Democrats of, the country have united in is a silent sermon that strikes deeper in friction, and can be used several times over,

Pcnsacola a working channel 9f twenty-six best I could and planted again. 1 think opposing. Perhaps you object to the "Thur- the hearts of a community than a thousand thus securing according to the inventor an 1

feet. The jetties l$uilt by :Maj. Haines are that year I gathered over twenty bushels of man act" which was supported by nearlyall gilt-edge orations of'the modern pulpit.Mr. economy of at least 75 per cent. t tr

eminently a success.: The shore line in shelled peas to the acre though I fed horses the Democrats in Congress, and opposedby I Reddick Thomas, living in Charlton An improved locomotive constructed at

front of old Fort McRae has been advancedat cows and sheep with the pods and they all a little squad of congressional traders : county, about twelve miles from this place, the shops of the Lehigh Valley Railroad

least 300 feet and the surf line betweenthe kept in fine order, but that was the rate of under the leadership of Mr. Blaine. Such while,out hunting with borne of his neigh- under the supervision of Mr. George S.

fort an|l the lighthouse an equal dis- the crop. I believe that by taking the chan- an objection is plainly involved in the charge I. bors, was bitten by a rattlesnake one day Strong, it is claimed will draw a train on
tance, entirely arresting all abrasion in frontof ces of frost and planting in February, I which have been revi wing. last week,.and died in a few hours. When the NewJYprk division at the rate of eighty .

the lighthouse.; The completion of the i might have made three crops of peas within You have been classofl an ,eminent'promoter ? bitten he was .standing listening for- the miles'an hour.-. .The'engiueSweigfislOO.OOf.: i ;,. ,

work will, ,from_ what we saw, result in.! the' .the 3'ear. of reform in"tlfe civil service and you I entire filling up of the bayou back of the It helped the land; the next years crop now believe that the "system, which has ;. enough to shoot the snake he became too 1,500 horse power. The boiler is of steel,
fort and thet turning of all the water into its showed that and no wonder. The long been so happily carried out thus far, can be blind to kill it, although its fangs had only and will stand a pressure of 100 pounds to

, old channel. The present contract closedon roots filled the soil and rotted there, aerat- only fully developed by the ''Republicanparty. slightly punctured the skin of his leg. A the square inch.

Saturday and the new contracts will be ing it, and tons of green stuff covered the ." Every one perceives that the most .. gallon of whisky was immediately given Even apart from her future position as

opened nest Tuesday under the $55,000 land ; the shade helped collect humus, and glaring abuse growing out of the spoils system him, but he died in four or five hours after Queen of the Netherlands, the little Princess

:appropriation\ of the last Congress. The the leaves that so long had gathered up the is the practice which goes under the the accident. He leaves a wife having been Wilhelmine of Orange will be the richest
Soo.OOO() ) now! appropriated will fully com- nitrogen from the dew, rain and air, fell name of political assessment" It is simplyan I married only about two months. woman.in Europe. She inherits the whole-
. 1\\etc the present project and enable the and the soil humus than indirect transference of from the
got more a dozen money :Messrs, Clark & Co. are preparing to move fortune of her half-brother, the late Princeof -
tuned States to retain and use the site of darkeys could have dug out of the bog, and national treasury to the electioneering fund their shingle machine on the St. Johns river, Orange, amounting altogether to nearly

old Fort M 4r Rea aaa strategic point in the not half the trouble and expense, either. I of the dominant party. Now, let me ask where they have already sent a lot of me- 800,000, and she is also heir to the vast

defence of the nary; yard and the city of did not plow in the peas ; no plow that I you to recall what took place during the chanics to erect the necessary buildings. In private possessions of her father, the present;
JVnsacola.-5Pensaci! Commercial.i have seen would cover such great bushes of consideration of the Pendleton bill, and its stead they will use here a machine for King of the Netherlands.
. 1| Orange vines, and I have a theory that well suits then to observe what is taking place at the i the manufacture of fruit and vegetable crates
As a preventive of Asiatic cholera, Dr.
I. We are authorized to announce officially my indolence, that the shade is good, and present time. Democratic Senators exerted and a box factory. They expecting. the Constantine Hering, in his "IIom opathic
that from the 20th instant the Florida Rail the nitrogen is ,so fixed as not to be lost by themselves strenuously: for the incorporationof machinery in a few weeks. "
Domestic Physician : "The surest
way & Navigation Company will receive decomposing on the ground. It may be the only provision which could by any Two prisoners cut out of the Charlton says .
preventive is sulphur half a -
put teaspoonful
and deliver freights from and for Lakes wrong, but my plan has done well so far. possibility, prove effectual putting a stopto I county jail one night last week, and have of flowers of sulphur into each of
Harris and Eustis at Stivender's wharf on The pea evidently prospers with a little the abuse of which I have spoken-an made good their escape. It is understoodthat your
and about business
4 stockings go your : never
Lake Harris, and from September 15th the extra fertilizer, and potash in some form absolute prohibition of collections from fed- one of them, a negro, was to have been
go out with an empty stomach, eat no fresh
company will receive and deliver} freights at seems to be its specialty. I am glad to see eral office-holders for partisan purposes. hung in October and the other, a white
bread nor sour food. Not one of the :
,, Tavarez for ill points on Lakes Dora, Beau- its culture extending and really think that You remember the hot haste" in which man by the name of Thomas,. was lodged in thousands who have followed this my many ad-

- flair, and Apopka.; The steamers J. G, in some way the pea is destined to play an Republican Senators sprang to their feet in fail for killing a Crain several years since, vice have been attacked by cholera:'
t. fyrar and lake: Ajtopka will run in connec extensive part in the regeneration of the opposition to the proposed amendment. which case would have been tried next
). tion with the road. rassenger trains will soil of Florida. But more anon Senator Hawley was especially eloquent in term of the court. An animated controversy has been carTed
also be run twice each day the boats mak- PRO BONO PUBLICO. denunciation of the attempt to deprive the Two children of )Ir. Isham Battin were on for some time in the columns of a

lUg connection with them. Archer Fla., August 7, 188.$. office-holders of the high privilege of being very badly scalded a few days since at his LoASon paper as to whether vultures dis.

8 In a few days we 'expect to be able to announce robbed. No one was so blind that he could house near Davis' Ferry, in Charlton County. cover their prey by means of sight or smell.
the freight rates decided upon and SUNDAY EARTHQ UAKE. not see, in those fiery declamations of Republican They were between the ages of eight and No two writers seem to be able to agree upon-

nbieli l we feel assured, will be most advan "The people of a very large section of leaders, a resolute determinationto twelve years. the point. Many curious instances of the-

tl: eous to all persons. Meantime merchants country, extending, from central Pennsylvania retain, at all hazards, the advantage of The Union :Meeting of the Missionary Baptist marvelous power of the vulture for discover-

cr and others expecting fall goods can order to Maine were pretty thoroughly starting out, in the campaign of 1S84 with Church will convene at Brandy Branch ing carrion are quoted. These birds havo-

-t. thclr !goods directly through by the dates alarmed Sunday by a very distinct shockof the customary$3,000,000 from political assess- church on Friday the 15th instant, and con- been known to travel twenty miles after the.

d Ie. named, with the' utmost confidence that the earthquake. In some localities they ments. Now, I invite you to turn your eyes tinue for three days. Several prominent carcas of a dead cow buried under a heap of-

le railroads and I; the boats will both be ready were so frightened that they rushed out of toward Washington and see Mr. Rauru gathering divines are expected to be on hand. leaves, while after a battle in the open desert,
M 1Jere their houses to avoid apprehended danger. in the of the threatened and the air is full of them. .
annolfnced.-{ rqfar Herald. money Re)1.. Andrews, Baptist, will preach ..
I The reports indicate that the shock was cowering officials. Are you inclined to here on Sunday night, the 17th instant, The alarm caused by the appearance of'
_ \ PPP." more severe, in some places than in others. repeat the affirmation that the Democratic, The public school at Dutton was comencedlast cholera in the south of France has been intensified -
one.tliinq pleases|ie more than another The chief evidences of an unusual disturb- party would be "sure, should it come into Wednesday, with Mr. Hodge as instructor. in the Spanish capital by the dan-

-_ 111 In-v tovc-lsiaround!! !,he country, it is to see ance were overthrown chimneys, cracked power, to vitiate.and nullify the civil service Tout:. gers arising from the condition of the ceme-
the'rn.1 patches I of, sweet potatoes and the walls and displaced furniture. The great system," and give us to understand that Public teries in that city. After the French occupation

snal areas of+!peas, that., are at least ten times majority of the people evidently did not nothing of the kind is to be apprehendedfrom Speaking. of :Madrid: at the beginning of the-
;;:; what I : General E. A. Perry, the candidate of the
they were ten years ago. Like most realize what the trouble was until all danger the Republican party? century two cemeteries were opened, oneto, 1.7-
Conservative Democratic for Governor
party ,
others' I have an aversion. '' to living on h am- had passed. As the shake region is not sub- It would be highly improper to predicate with the following named gentlemen, the north and the other to the south of the- #

mock 1 land, and so :have picked me a place ject to earthquakes, it was natural that the "yerdanc}"" of a university president, andI General W. ,D. Barnes, Hon. G; G. Mc- city, but the coffins, instead of being buriedin
1, with a pretty fair quality of gray soil-clay people should have been in doubt as to the will restrict myself to saying that, in the AVhorter and n,. C. Long and other distinguished 'the earth, were placed inside of walls

at, 3 feet and rock at 47 feet ; but the questIon true cause of the disturbance until they had presence of the nominations ,made by the South and speakers East Florida will address at the the following peopleof built for the purpose of receiving them. In

ha Seen to fwd' the easiest way of compared notes and heard from other points. two parties, respectively, ;your attachment times and places : 1831 religious associations called Sacramen-

A.. jnogmg up the soil to a fair average. And The best opinion seems to be that the original of importance to the Republican platformand Wildwood, Saturday night, August 23<1. tales were formed for opening fresh ceme-

- spent time, and money and no end of shocks lasted about ten seconds and to Mr. Elaine's letter of acceptance, is Ocala, Monday, August 25th. teries, where the coffins were'also depositedin
work. to find out-and many of these that vibrations were perceptible for nearly a a phenomenon which induces meditation. :Micanopy: Tuesday, August 26th. walls above the ground, and these ceme-
Gainesville, Wednesday, August 27th.
;'E that'Penmcnts" were such discouraging failures minute afterwards. A little more than a ,Several thousands of us, who were once earnest Waldo, Thursday, August 28th. teries are now nine in'number, exclusive of
'us that It IS a pity to put them on record only year 'ago the Ischia earthquake destroyed Republicans, are able to perceive very Starke Friday, August 29th. one reserved entirely Protestant: Iany-
r 1\ they may Serve to keeP some other poor hundreds of lives, and a little less than a. clearly that a party composed of human Lake Butler, Saturday, August 30th. of these cemeteries which when first openedwere

ion :sou lnu r rom the 1 samc loss of time, patienceever3'tui"S. year ago the world was startled by the news beings necessarily lacks, the attribute of immutability Sanderson Baldwin, Tuesday:Monday: ," September, September 2d.1st. isolated from all buildings, are now .

money.afy of c'the Java calamity, which was far more' and that the force which must Callahan"Wednesday, September 3d. surrounded by dwelling houses, and for

;; 11.oT lack.s-almost but es- destructive to life and property than that of always, be paramount in, determining the Fernandina, Wednesday night, September some time past Municipality:: has been
lIs, ecially! what J IS'hard to get lmraus- "cll, Ischia. There is no reason to apprehend a tone of the civil service,and in decreeing its 3d. anxious to open a large necropolis at some .
Ire al St. Augustine, Thursday September 4th. -
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bonan long enough a*' that muck was a destructive earthquake in this country, improvement or deterioration, is the spirit Green Cove Spring, Friday, September 5tb. distance from the city. The ecclesiastical
cu. length za of "P article, and so I went my although the shock'of Sunday indicates that going forth from the chief administrativeofficer All lovers of good government are cordially authorities, however, which derive large
sec intack? and T can look back and such a calamity is not wholly improbable/' of the nation. We see, too, that, for invited to attend. profits from the existing cemeteries, have .
lied the oxen PUllins; load after load from the Savannah News. the disclosure of its real attitude, the profes- The Committee will announce other appointments opposed the scheme in the most uncompro-

.-.. 1 wasted of black s u1f I had, and how much time For Rent. sions of a party,count for nothing while the order of for Committee.speaking shortly.By mising manner, and, though the decree fork
t dr\'in S, and liming istick ( A: store and dwelling on Centre street.
J mud, and after all it did not pay. Apply to J. A. ELLERMAXX. their public records, count for.everything. Chairman of. Committee. the King, it has not yet been put in force, .



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'' ; a WHERE I LOVE, I,LOVE FOREVER. thought som' of her boarders might. in prosperous labor till K ttrO'-Ieene'l I'manY And so Christie looked at his more. gradually, until the interior of the

< i -- buy my woolen ties or cuffs, or, these had to work every day handsome face, in which admirationof earth is i solid. probably, from the inconceivable
I blithesome maid who ,
: ; '> I' She Close was by a the cottage window<< sitting sang ; warm mits Lou knits ; so.I. took a !first five in the week to get the washing ; := herself, was, plainly discernable,and pressure, 1,000, 2.000. or 3,000 miles|

., t t Sweet. and clear were the notes that rang sample in, and while I waited two done. A patent clothesdryingmachine felt a gentle disdain for a man who from the surface. Sir William Tlioni,*,,,,
r' -:: a Out on the air where the birds were flitting;' young men were talking in the parlor. was put up in the yard and put such value on the "social scale".. has demonstrated that the 'earth must havea

% I 1.: i But Merrily none, merrily could exactly, sang the guess birds their, words One remarked that'his shirts had been by keeping up twit the work: they even 'while 'pleasantly affable, for his core much denser than.the land and waterwe

{;1 I. While the jnaid so clever sent home without 'a single. button, were able to ,be punctual- l in!: returningthe I .sister's: sake, to the'' washer-woman. live on. He points out the fact,that if a
F," Arid blushing never food :Meanwhile the flourished.The shell only thirty miles thick
and as yellow as old gold. The other parcels; 'and.,the 'nourishing laundry surrounded a
"' + : "Where I love, I Jove forever.
; Sang laughingly 'remarked that it was and superior medical advice obtainedfor girls hired adjacent shed, and molten liquid mass extending from one side
:: He was a youth just passing by enough to make a fellow get married,' the mother was sufficient rewardfor ;Kate O'Keene brought her sister to of the earth through the centre to the other

r,1 1Vhilethemaid was singing, oh,so sweetly! without waiting for a competence, to many a weary hour. : help with the ironing. Money flowedin side then the moon, through the law Of
Who to the garden gate drew nigh have to sew on his buttons before he But little did Christie think as she : and, cheered by their father'sletters gravitation, would displace the liquid or
:' And listened there, entranced completely in the
.'; For the sound of a voice so sweet and clear; could start for church, and added made out the weekly bills with me- though he could not speak defi- gas extent that the of the earth to such an

I J. Was. rapturous music to his ear. Why don't some of the girls chanical and mercenary precision, that nitely of his return they worked on in the earth's crust would bUlgeout
:, And he said, "Ah never that talk about woman's sphere the little god of love was sharpeningan in peace and hopeful confidence keep- direction of the moon, making
Would I wish to a tide in the solid
From one who loves, and sever loves forever." and the avenues of employment open arrow to pierce a good and manly ing from the shipwrecked breadwinner certainly as the skin crust of of the btilges'ont earth al
FL t for them, start a first-class laundry, heart, using as his emissary a washer:: all money troubles that might add when the an orange
you fruit
The maiden smiled on her lovers suit where washing, ironing and mendingcan woman's bill. For it happened that to his anxiety.Byandby palms of squeeze between the
i'' When at her feet he made confession; be carried on to such perfection as Fred Van Cott, who was boarding at around the little brown your hands. And this would be
., Her were bright, but her voice was mute evident to us because the
; tides
eyes ocean
to be classed fine arts?" Mrs. Muldoon's while his .legal =: house of nature's would(
:.." When .she gave her heart into his posses- among finishing a change came own be almost, if not quite
:I f I sion. 'But, my dear fellow,' 'drawled the studies, had become fascinated by devising. The crocuses and snow- To withstand the imperceptible to us.
attraction of moon"the
r u'i But now together their lives are set, other, 'it lowers them in the social the clear 'concise'penmanship and un drops peered out of the brown earth the ,
i sins in unison this duet earth William must be
i They "\Ve: Il dissever : scale, don't you see. A man can wonted refined neatness of both bill and and the birds returned from the Southto as steel. says as rigid

,Y i ; Never-never 1 dance with these girls who dabble in- bundles sent home ; and one evening the spicy buds and balsams and "So we have the theory that the
,f "s. Fur where we.love, we love forever!" paint 'or literature or any of the sciences when his sister largery, who'was visiting poplars and sang1 their morning songs the earth floats crust of
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u but he couldn't his in the elms. Not
;.; come to dancing the city, sat in room enjoying budding only our weight on a water substance,
.,'.; "c .i, A' JJBOiry STUDY.BY attendance on his washer-woman.' his little confidences as only sisters friend Fred but'' his friend Tom Levers is inconceivably hot. Now as to the which

'i- ANNIE L. JACK. Elevate the business' said the. other can, he suddenly handed her his last called often at the cottage to an earthquake may be caused. Suppose way

I ';," one hotly ; and just then Mrs. Mul- week's washing bill without comment. carry some delicacy to the invalid, or moisture trickled gradually, after
4 > A little low brown house painted in doon came in, and Lou! she ordered But Margery did not wonder.at any- a message from? Grace or :Margery; through this crust into the heated year year,

blocks of light and ,dark brown with three pairs of mits for her boys !- thing Brother ''Fred did and read and then Captain Brown came homeone our atmosphere steam would be mass. In
'' ; ; blinds of the same tint, and a wooden something useful sells best, you see." without suspicion : dull gray evening and had to hear Thirty miles below us the pressure is

4':r ft : fence that matched it all. Even the "Now let us start a laundry. We Mr. Van Cott._ To:M. & C. Brown Dr: the whole story. His only commentwas great that it is not likely that steam could so
: doorstep shared the same hue, and the can't into and Underwear washed, ironed and repaired.....$! 10 "Bless faithful hearts little
} go society, anyway, we Four pairs socks ditto. ................................. 40 your be generated. One thing, though: the pres-
f I.bare trunks of the elms, that swayed must have: money. We have good, Six shirts, ditto.............................................. 1 20 girls! Father will take care of you sure of 10,000 tons to the square foot
and fro with branches that clutched Eight collars washed and ironed................... 24 ,a pressure
i to stationary tubs, thanks to father andan Six handkerchiefs, ditto............................... 18 now. But..Christie in a conversationsoon exerted in every direction, would be
the passing crowd, were only a shade out-kitchen that is comfortable at I after, showed him their banker's increased. Some effect must be produced

,- ;- th" w, ./or two darker: than the rest.. And in all seasons. I have money enough to Received payment C. BROWN.$312 account where several hundred dol- down there, and it is easy to see that if one

: the neutral-tinted rooms sat three girls buy a box of soap and a steam washer. lars were to their credit.and; reluct- place in the earth's crust is weaker than

,. ,..il' t : whose rich brunette complexions harmonized We will not tell mother till she is "I don't know why I should care antly, yet with .a sense of gratitude, another near the region where the water
: ." .1,, with their surroundings. stronger, but :Marta shall write and about those girls Margery, but I can'thelp mingled with a sense of justice, the trickled in, then 'the weakest place must

They were sitting, too in a "brown cause 'to be'printed a few neat cards: thinking I have had somethingto Captain did not interfere with their stan' the strain.: It is not unreasonable to

study,""till the eldest, :Marta spoke at stating that we wash, iron and.mend" do with this,business.. I was talk- work. That was two 'years ago; the suppose that this pressure below might u e

{ ,-i" : last, with a profound sigh in her tone. gentlemen's underwear, on reasonable ing to Tom Levers one day about laundry has grown to larger dimen- so great that the earth's covering was shifted,

"It is no use, girls; the garden is terms. Marta is a splendid clear- washing and saId a lot ,of nonsense sions now, and there are six needy a little to adapt itself to the pressure from

', closed for the season. Mother is no starcher, and likes ironing best. You about the social scale and all that women employed with Kitty O'Keene, below. This shifting of the crust i is, in fact

f better and still no word of-father." know you always pleased father, dear, sort of thing, while he, like a sensible who is forewoman. :Marta is soon to the earthquake."I .

Ie ,j.?" She spoke the last word in a husky and he was very particular. I will fellow, wished some of the girls who be married to Tom Levers, but retains believe this theory has the greater rea-

i t } whisper, adding" What are we to do undertake the washing. Our garden were wanting a sphere would turn to her interest in the laundry while son on its side, because earthquakes are almost -

;4,f r : for money?'"' gives plenty of space for drying clothes, and mend our socks as well as embroi- Christie! is to brighten the home of always in the region of volcanoes and

4 The youngest of .the three, who and Louise can put her fancy stitches der smoking caps for us. I happenedto Fred Van Cott in a distant city. She volcanoes are almost always in or near the

Y, I : ; could not have been more than four- I into mending socks and darning what- look up and a young girl with a was not easily won, this proud washer- ocean.

; ; teen, tossed back her golden brown I ever is needed. The buttons must be wistful look on her pretty but tired woman ; and when,he in earnest tones "Another theory of earthquakes is thatas

i', ; curls and running her fingers through ; all in order before the garment is sent face was listening with a strained air pleaded his suit, she scornfully ans- the earth is very gradually cooling off the

them, suggested, Take me to the barber home. I will get a box of pearl but- to our remarks. I found out after- wered: "What dancing attendanceon crust is thickening on the under side anti
; 's, Marta." tons'to begin with." ward she was a :Miss Brown and in a the washer-woman?" I can not cracks or fissures on the under side of the
It that week they sent one of their cards to crust many miles deep may,occur in consequence -
;1 may come some day, When Christie had done speaking tell all the arts he used to overcome
''"' ; Lonise '' returned the, eldest ] the boardinghouse ; but I have never of the enormous pressure so that
bitterly, there was almost an enthusiasm in her her objections ; but to my mind, she
r : and then turning to the silent sister, tone, and after a little more debatingas seen any of washer-ladies." always had liked him from that first the water substance rushes into a new posi

:' who had been sitting in, quiet meditation to ways and means, the lamp was Don't be a goose Fred" laughedthe day when she heard him speak at Mrs. tion with a force that would knock a conti
i ; she .Hast thou girl. 'CalHhings: b their nent out of shape if it took place on theearth's
: .. i; asked no solu- lighted the girls put on an air of young Y s.
iv ? '; tion for this problem, most thoughtful cheerfulness and freedom from care as right name ; and', what more noble Louise still darns and mends and surface. That motion would be sufficient

ti Christie?" they gathered up the different work than a perfect,Woman? I can't get it sews oil the buttons, but she intendsto distant.to produce a vibration thirty miles

The girl started, hesitated, and said: they had been employed with when out of my head, somehow, that I know take a partner in her Department, Whatever the cause of the
I was thinking girls what slaveswe fell and stairs one of these girls. Of course thereare who has earthquake
twilight went up to a young orphan girl no on Sunday," added Prof. Merriman. "I
are to fashion and to the conven- spend the evening in mother's room, lots of Browns; but my Christie "sphere," and is dependent on her think the earth in the region where it took
'ill k l tionalities. Here I have been follow- would a wash-tub or a Fifthavenue -
after closing the needle for livelihood. The work
I carefully dampersto well and a place. has either settled into___._ n. new P os:htion
teaching 3 save fuel, and making such prepa- drawing-room equally has always run smoothly ; the help or is forced back into an old position
she was considered a musical prodigyat
rations as frugal housekeepersonly have no cause of complaint, are well from which it was pushed by former earth
I pupil at two dollars a month, and notable know of for the morning meal. school. Grace Lane can tell' ; me if paid and take an interest in their sev- quakes."

,::4 to earn enough to keep myself in When Hugh Brown married and my suspicions are correct. I must see" eral departments; and now that :Mrs.

4 respectable clothing. Louise, with her took his wife to the little home he my sweet Christie while I am in town. Brown has fully recovered her health

''r 1 t deft fingers, has loaded down a table called Brown Cottage, he was only And so it came to pass that two she is able to assist in the household VLA? ? FEMALE INmTUT'

I .f with pretty, but unsold goods at the mate on a coasting vessel, but for days afterward ,two very stylish girls duties and to appreciate better herdaughters'
; Woman's Exchange and Marta before he called at Brown Cottage and asked for : heroic I
many years our story opens conduct and praise- STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
i ,, 1. sales of Christmas cards'and other art Christie. Of course the meeting was
had been of merchant efforts
1 1tr'1 captain a ship, worthy to keep the wolf from Opens September 22d, 1884. One of the
; work do not remunerate her for the and of late years made long voyagesto impulsively cordial but after a while the door Truly, "whatsoever thy first schools for young ladies in the United

outlay of paint, nor the time spent; :Mediterranean ports. It was now six they noticed a change in the mannerof hands find to do, do it with thy might." States. Surroundings beautiful. Climate

,;dd ; and then the worry, the strained eyes months since he sailed away intend- their hostess, and soon rose to leave. Harpers Bazar. boarding unsurpassed.pupils One from hundred eighteen and forty-three States.
t;' i that are already beginning to suffer ing to return before that length of I Then with an effort, Christie said : TERMS AMONG THE BEST IN THE

N'' .; with such close application. :My poor time to his home and dear ones there. *' You must not feel that I think any WHY THE EARTH QUAKES.FORCES UNION. Board. Washing, English Course,
1, I ; j Marta I I"Silence But time passed on and no word came less of you that I can not accept :Miss Latin, French. German Instrumental Music
Lane's invitation to with to THAT ARE PEST UP UNDER US AND etc., for scholastic year, from Septemberto
: ,
fell on the group. It was from him, and then the bank failure go you June, $238. For Catalogues write to
early evening, and to save expense, no and mother's malarial fever brought any of your pleasant entertainments.But WOULD SMASII US IF THEY GOT LOOSE. Rev. WM. A.'HARRIS,D.D., President.
: we are in great trouble or rather Prof. Gco. H. lerriman of Rutgers Col- Staunton Virginia.
lamps were lighted as they finances to a low ebb, and as she lay
i have been. The bank failed whereour lege, New Brunswick, has made the crust
"It seems; strange, began Marta in the chamber, worn with ill-
''rr i. -i! at length, that we get no word of ness and upper anxiety, the young girls money was invested; we lost all ; subject.of the earth He a study. and has written on-the THE VNVITY Fis r TH ijr

: : -::' I father's ship. Mother says it has often planned and saved and worked down then our mother fell ill, and we hadno says:
; t' "While: ts
;' 'i ,'a{ been as long, but she'never before felt stairs, hiding their fears from her and word from father till yesterday.He the enough of regarding extentof located at SEWANEE: TENN., upon the
earthquake Sunday have not
P, ...;rya', the lack: of money. The failure of the from each other. But a week from has been shipwrecked and does not to hand to enable to come Cumberland Plateau 2,000 feet above the
: ':, j Exchange Bank has swept away all the time the story the cards know of our money loss. We strug- me speak on the direc- sea level. This school under the special
i opens tion
of the
earth wave or.its peculiar features patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant
the that there for gled along as well as we could till
savings were kept were printed and sent to the principal as compared with other earthquakes Episcopal Church in the South and South
1 rainy days. I have no orders, Chris- boarding-houses in the' city by post. debt stared us in the face. Then we yet something may be said as to the latest west offers the healthiest residence and the
a tie has only eight dollars a month And when Christie called at Mrs. Mul set up a laundry, and since then have convictions of students of science the best advantages both moral and educa
on nature Colle
tional in its Grammar its
School and
1 vi' coming in, and Louise had to leave doon's with Lou's well knitted mits prospered financially, though not so- of the earth below the point any man giate and Theological Departments. For
,. : :school.Ve must look squarely in she was rewarded by an order for all cially. We did not' tell mother till can penetrate. That may lead us to guess the special claims of. this University for
{ y "' the face, and see if there is no other the washing of the boarders, while the good news, of father came yesterday intelligently at the cause of earthquakes."You patronage, apply for documents the Re\

r way of earning money than those wes some of the young men promised to and" she has wept over us ever ,I know the long received theory.of TELFAIR cellor. Sewanee HODGSON, Tenn. D. D., Vice-Chan-

: have tried so far. We can not go out speak to their friends of the new ven- Slllce. I the nature of the interior of the earth was

end leave mother and we must earn ture. It was so neat and unique in Then Margery took her friend in ; that it is a molten mass and that we move Notice of Letters of Administra

'F' money to give her nourishing food, for its way, this little bit of pasteboard, her arms and talked to her ; but Chris- around on a crust enveloping the earth and tion.

?' i kg:,: that is what she most needs." that one was forced to read and remember tie shook her head to all proposals of I caused by the cooling off of this mass on ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

''Ir :;;:: .; t Then Christie spoke: "Signor Bel- it: society. However the ice wasbroken, the outside. It is undoubtedly true that TO The heirs representatives, and all per if
lino two dollars lesson from the the other sisters came in, formalitywas about sons interested, are cited to show cause,
*: .. i gets a GENTLEMEN'S UNDERWEAR thirty miles below the earth's surface any they can,before the County Judge of
,,*:' i young: ladies in one of the houses Washed.Ironed and:Mended abandoned and the visitors stayedto the.temperature it so high that everythingis Nassau county, Fla., on or before the first

3 :, i:', i where I teach, the young children. I AT BROWN COTTAGE, BLANK STREET. tea only, that naughty :Margery: in a melted condition. We know this day of September 1884, why letters of ad-
I "!;:' listened one day in the nail, and was Fine Linen a Specialty. stepped out on a lIttle errand before because we have learned that every fifty ministration should not be issued from CharlesW. the
County Court of Nassau to
;.l ,;: w : : : surprised to learn how easily his Woolens Washed Without Shrinkage. taking off her hat, and the result was feet we penetrate into the earth there is an Lewis, of Fernandina.county Fla., upon the

? .r i : ; money was earned. Girls, I am going Kitty O'Keene, whose.boy was hired that Fred Van Cott, sitting in his increase of temperature pf about one degree estate, of E.LeRoy Jones, deceased.
p +. t ;;. ; to give it up and turn washer-woman." to fetch and carry the clothes, calledat room at Mrs. Muldoon's, received this and at a distance of thirty miles the heat is Witness my hand as Judge, and the seal I:>.
of said court, this 16th day of July. A.
',, ; "Are you crazy?" exclaimed the the cottage and asked for work. telegram: so great that any substance we know of 1884. H. J. BAKER,

Jv.v i .i ; Astonished Marta.: Sure an' its meself can wash for Call at Brown Cottage Blank street for me at 9. would melt. Perhaps the melted mass is in Gw County Judge, Nassau County.
g r ,;f : "I soon should be, if I kept up mu- yez half or a whole day ma'am, an' Eureka? :MARGERY VAN COTT. the form of a liquid. That would he certain I --

: ., ; :.,: ,sic-teaching in such, a spiritless, half- Ted can hang out the clothes;" and as And when the pleasant evening was but for the immense pressure on it. i I JAMES McGIFFIX,

: !" paid way. No; I will tell you my the girls knew her to be honest and over, to the surprise of the family, The pressure is estimated at 10,000 tons on O TR'ACTOR AND BUI LDEl:.
'' .j S F' d"I poor, they engaged her services for Margery's brother called and was Introduced on a square foot. Of course scientific men C

,1 : "Please do, if you have one," said. half a day,, during the first three days to them all, and expressed cannot experiment with matter at a high Alachua Street, between Second and Third-

t ;, saucy Lou.. of the week. his pleasure at making the acquaintance temperature with a pressure of 10,000 tonsto FERNANDINA, FLA.
<< :" I don'tmind; your sarcasm, if you The work progressed without any of his sister's friends. But a square foot, so we can only guess what

will only agree to what I suggest" confusion, and when sent home was through Christie's mind came the con- may be its condition. ,In talking about this Orders and estimates from a distance care-
melted mass thirty miles under us the term fully attended to. 25-tf
said Christie, a little timidly. "And,. promptly paid for, each article being versation she had heard and this water substance is used by -

: td begin, I was in Mrs. Muldoon's the; specified in the printed bill, whichwas young man had said with a particular "How great is the distance geologists. Fine Printing.
1 :Bother; day-you know she keeps a enclosed in an envelope and neatly sneer, "He couldn't come down to water substance we do not know through, but it is Cards. Letter-Heads, N'ote-Heads, Bill
James street-and addressed. And the weeks Heads, Statements, and every description
boarding-house on so passed dancing attendance on his washer-wo- certain that its density increases more and i Printing, neatly executed at this office.



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-TIIr DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. II. I must be effected without depriving AUleri.1: Under. the long period of Democratic: MIGHTY INTEREST ING READING."-From 'FINE- '

can labor of the ability to compete rule! and {policy, our, merchant ,marine -' ,the 1st of January 1H84, to the 1st of January ..:

is i the Platform as reported by fully wich foreign labor ,and without imposing was fast overtaking and on 1885, we are .to have an interesting .................................-.........................iflvIILLINER
Following lower rates of duty than will be: ample the |point of outstripping that buccvssinn of s-tirritii: events of which everyone
Committee, and adopted at the Chicagothe to cover any increased cost of production of Great Britain. Under twenty years of will wish ti hear.. Two military campaigns : Y' !

Convention : which may exist in .'equeuce of the Republican rule and policy, our conunerce are at present in progress-that of El .-
yational Party the Union higher rate of wages prevailing in this coun- has been left to British bottoms and the Mahdi in the Soudan and 'of the :French in .............................................'..............iot ;
The Democratic of.in National try. Sufficient revenue to pay all expensesof American flag has been almost swept off the, Tonquin-both of ,which are approaching
through its assembled representatives recognizes:: that the Federal Government economically high seas. (Instead of the Republican party's the critical |M>int. The next session of Parliament -' -AT- .

..' nvention older issues born as administered, including pensions, interest British policy we demand for the people of is to be marked, acording to the announced
time Vation grows and, new I 0 Ii'issues are, and principal of the public debt,.can be gut the United Statesman)American poliry. Un- purpose of Mr. Parnell: by ,a bitter
of time and progress, principles of the perish Democracy under our present system of taxation from der the Democratic rule and policy, our struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel: KIWSBAZARHATS
but the fundamental : the,cubtom-hoiibe!: taxes on fewer imported merchants and sailors flying, the. stars and their English and Scotch colleagues to concede ,
the voice of
approved and by will articles, ,bearing the heaviest on articles of stripes in every ,successfully searchedout to Ireland some measure of homerule.In .
the i people, remain for ever the remain continu-as luxury and bearing the lightest on articles markets for t Iart. products American default of this, Mr. Parnell promises to v
the best and only security of necessity.We industry; under a quarter of a centuryof employ his following to so obstruct the BONNETS, RIBBONS
ante of f V government.The preservation therefore denounce the abuses of the Republican rule and policy, despite 'our transaction of parliamentary business as to
the of all citizens
of 1 person* rights, equality existing tariff, and subject to the preceding manifest advantages over all other'nations render the presence of Irish members at St.
beforl the law, the reserved rights of limitations, we demand that Federal taxation in high paid labor favorable climate and Stephen's intolerable. This programme insures PEATHEBS, ''LACE FLOWEBS. .
the of the :Federal
the States; and supremacy shall be exclusively for public purposes teeming sods ;. despite the freedom trade a succession of exciting scenes in Par
the limits of the Con-
rovernmetit will within ever form the true basis of and shall not,exceed the needs of the Gonernment. among all, these, the United States, despite II liament. The new reform bill which Mr. A Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mull Fiehns,.
viitution, be surrendered economically administered. The their population by the foremost races of Gladstone proposes to carry during the session -
oar 15l ertiw and can never system of direct taxation known as Inter-- men and the annual immigration of the' of 1884, will also! : doubtless excite
without destroying that balance of right nal Revenue is a war tax, and as long as young, thrifty and adventurous of "all nations general interest in the United States, as wellas CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS. .
enables the
and i iMiwtns which ]lie Developed in peace and social order; to from should be sacredly devoted to the relief inherited burdens of life and industry in the more interesting to American: readers will be liiiicn Collars and Kid Gloves,.
he maintained by means of local! l govern"liut -. of the people from the remaining burdens' Old World monarchies, their costly wars,' the discussion to take place at Washington!

of the w fir, and be made a fund to de- i their navies,their vast tax-consuming, non- within the next few months over our own- All of the Latest Styles.
for 1
it it i indispensable the practical fray the expense of the care and comfort of producing. standing armies; despite twenty reform ,bill. The Republican members of
application and enforcement of these fundamental worthy soldiers.disabled in the line of duty years of peace, that Republican" rule and the present Congress are opposed to tariff

principlethat the Government in the wars of the Republic; and for the policy have managed to surrender to Great reform. The Democrats, it is said, arc' FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS,.
shdtiM\ i'ut always be controlled! by one political payment of such pensions as Congress may Britain, along with our commerce, the con- divided, the majority of them: favoring, theminority
jurty. .The frequent change of ad- from time to time grant to such soldiers a trol of the markets of the world. Instead of opposing it. Which will get the
iiiinis'tMii011 's a>5 necessary a constant like fund for sailors having been already the Republican party's British policy, we upper hand? Will the high-tariff Democrats Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.iTl'IMI _

recurrence to the popular will. Otherwiseabuses provided, and any surplus should be paid demand in behalf of tl t e_American Democracy cooperate with the Republicans to maintain -
grow and the Government, instead into the Treasury.We an American polt '. Instead of the the present absurd law? Or will the Demo-
of l bean;; carried on for the general welfareLeculIIl favor American continental Republican party's discredited scheme and crats act together; and send a reform tariff +{ 4-1 .
policy, 4HI
instrumentality for imposing an I I I II I I I M--f I I 1 11 I I li I : l l : !-H- -
';111 based more intimate commercial rela- false pretense friendship for American bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline -
heavy hurilens upon, many who are govc'ft..j tions upon with our' sister Republics of, North, labor expressed by imposing taxes, we demand to pass? :Every step of the strugglein I SUMMER GAMES. I IIH
; fo' the benefit of the few who bgovern.The Central and South America, but entangling in behalf of the Democracy freedom the Capitol at Washington,will be watched
jiullic! servants thus become arbitrary alliances with none. fur the American laborer by reducing taxes, with lively concern all over the country, '11 II II. II !II I l-j- {II 1- II I I J--H--H I [ 1-t-t

rl1lt.'r We believe in honest! money, the gold and to the end that these United States may and by the time Congress adjourns the pub
This N:now the condition of the country. with unhindered for'tlie mind will be for the of
: silver coinage: of the Constitution, audio circulating compete powers ,, ripe opening a
Hence a change i is:I demanded.: The Republican medium convertible into such primacy among nations in all the arts of Presidential campaign which, it is safe to Croquet Sets .and Base-Ball Bats, '

plrtso far as principle is concerned, without loss. peace and fruits of liberty. say will exceed in warmth any of its prede: ,
is rcmi>; in practice. It is an organizationfor With have been since 1860. The of the
Asserting the equality of all men before profound regret we apprised cessors meeting MARBLES, KITES, ETC.
enriching those who control its ma- the law, we hold that it is the duty of the by the 'cnerable'statcsman, through Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the
",hincn'. The frauds and jobbery which Government, in its dealings with the people whose person was struck that blow at the 2d<< of January, and the reassembling of the -ALSO-

have been brought to light in every department to mete out equal and exact justice to vital principle of republics (acquiescence in Baltimore City Council later in the ,same Large Grass Hammocks and Ezpress Wagons.KING'S .
of the Government are sufficient to all citizens, of whatever nationality, race", the will of the majority) that he cannot permit month, will prove also events of engrossing
have called fur reform within the Republican color or persuasion, religious or political.We "us again to place in his hands the lead- interest. But supposing the existence of a
party. Yet those in ,authority, made believe in a free ballot and a fair ership of the Democratic hosts for the reason citizen concerned about none of these things, ;
reckless I hy long possession of power, have count, ami we recall to the memory of the that the achievement of reform in the administration still he will need to read The Sun for news BAZAR,
succumbed to its corrupting influence, and people the noble struggle of the Democrats of the Federal Government is of the thousand and one other events of

have placed in nomination a"ticket against of the 45th i and 4Gth Congresses, by whicha an undertaking, too heavy for his age and interest that go so far to make up the cur- Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. I IR.
which the independent portion of that partyare reluctant Republican opposition was com- failing strength. Rejoicing that his life has rent history of the world. The period is ,
in open revolt. Therefore a change is pelled to assent to legislation making everywhere been prolonged until the general: judgmentof one of rapid movement, and the citizen who J
demanded: ; such a change was alike necessary illegal the presence of troops at the our fellow-countrymen' is united in the does not take a paper Ms sure to be left be- : AUSTIN'MANUFACTURER: : : ,
in 187G, but the will of the people was conclusive proof that a Democratic wish that the wrong ,were righted in his hind. If a man ever means to subscribe for
polls as a
timer defeated by a fraud which can never Administration will preserve liberty with person for the Democracy of the United a 'paper, now is i the time before the actors OF
be forgotten nor condoned. order. States, we offer him, in his withdrawal from on the world's stage during the year 1884

Again in 1880 a change was demanded by The selection of Federal officers for the public cares, not only our respectful sympathy have taken their places and begun to play Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND
the people and was defeated by the lavish Territories should be restricted to citizens and esteem, but also that lasting hom- their parts. When it becomes a question of ,.
use of money contributed by unscrupulous previously resident therein. age of freemen, the pledge of our devotion securing a reliable newspaper. which will
contractors and shameless jobbers, who had We sumptuarj' laws which vex to the principles and the cause now inseparable contain nil the news, succinctly expressed DEALER IX
bargained for unlawful profits or high office. the citizens oppose and interfere with individualliberh' in the history of this Republic from and fairly reported, the proper course to
The Republican party, during its legal, its the labors of Samuel J. Tildeu. pursue'is plain : take The Sun.

stolen and its bought tenures of power, has We'favor honest Civil Service Reforms and With this statement of the hopes, principles ----- ------.- ARt R ;rrI E ann K Kr T VE
in moral character and
teatlily decayed po- the compensation of all United States offi- and purposes of the Democratic Party, THE SUN, f
:'tical capacity.. Its platform promises are cials by fixed salaries; the separation of the the great issue of reform, and a change in i
owa list of its failures. It has squandered Church and State, and the diffusion of free the administration is submitted to the peo- Published daily except Sunday.
undreds of millions to create a Navy thaties education by common schools, that every ple, in calm confidence that the popular
!:! not exist. It calls upon Congress to child in the land may be taught the rights voice will pronounce in favor ofnew men,
the burdens under which American THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE.
hove and duties of citizenship. and new and more favorable conditions for
pping has been depressed. It imposedi While we favor all legislation which will the growth of industry, extension of trade --
has continued these burdens. It pros tend to equalize the distribution of property, and employment, and due reward of labor .
a policy of reserving public lands for to the prevention of monopoly and to the and of capital, and the general welfare of Terms of Subscription by Mail, InvariablyCash Lr ;
ill holdings by actual settlers ; it has strict enforcement of individual rights the whole country. in advance-Postage Free:
n away the people's heritage till now abuses hold that the
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w railroads and non-resident aliens, initial .... ,nrl1M
and corporate, possess a larger area welfare of society depends upon a scrupu- One Year...........$G.GO One Month..50 Cts. t1 :
of defined
lous for the rights as -
regard property
all our farms between the two seas. Six Months....... 3.00 Three"Weeks.38 Cts.
We believe that labor is
the laws.
(professes a preference for free institu- by Four Months.... 2.00 Two Weeks....25 Cts.
best rewarded where it is freest and most
h It organized:; and tried to legalize the It should be fostered and Three Months..... 1.50 One .eek..13 Cts. tiZ
1)1 of State elections by Federal troops.Afesses cherished.We enlightened.. Two Months..... 1.00 I
a desire to aid labor; it has sub- SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 Cts FS
favor the repeal of all laws restrictingthe
{$ the American working men to the
0 free action of labor, and the enactmentof
tition of convicts and imported labor.
t laws by which labor organizations maybe s CDQtT
all dis-
fosses gratitude to who
GI were incorporated, and of all such legislationas r THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.' Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
'pr; died in the war, leaving widows or d1..r
will tend to enlighten the people as to
"Phs; it left to the Democratic House of
lentatives: the first effort to equalize the true relation of capital and labor. A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS,
Wre believe that the public lands ought, as 1"r '
tLJe bounties and It r
pensions. proffers
Compact Shape.
far to be homesteads for .
as possible: kept as .
[( //4je to correct the irregularities of our
in actual settlers; that all unearned lands -- ,
"t i created and has continued them.
0I tariff commission confessed a need heretofore improvidently granted to railroad $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY BUS: $1.00
the action of the Republican -
corporations oy WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
III c than 20 cent reduction its I
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firs a reduction of less than 4
gave per domain and that of land GGGIIIC A Cash in Advance.
no more. grants TERMS-Invariably
; professes a protection of American
uf j\tures\ ; it has subjected them to an shall be made to corporations!!, or be allowed Postage! Free to all Subscribers in the United DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY:

'asi g flood of manufactured goods and to fall into ownership of alien absentees. States and Canada.ONfcDOLLAR .

k'i's\competition with manufacturing We are opposed to all propositions which, .- rpIX AND IRON ROOFS PIT ON.

ns, \jot one of which taxes raw mate upon any pretext, would convert the General FOR TWELVE MONTHS. JL Orders for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
Government intoJnachine for collecting Wind Mills for pumping water or runnitijT ,
rofesse to protect all American indns- taxes to be distributed among the States I I I -- light machinery promptly erected on order. .

but it has impoverislled the many to or the citizens thereof. ', 1884. Premium Copies 1884. Church, Factory and School Bells for sale
jzea, few.. It professes the protection In reaffirming the declarations of the Democratic 1! "n' f.R\ ) to Getters Up of Clubs at a bargain.
Jricatj: ?,labor; but it has depleted the platform of 185(5, that the liberal :i"1' t }[) t1 r 'i&J; For the Baltimore Weekly Sun" ySf Stoves at Wholesale Prices.:
American agriculture, an industry principles embodied by Jefferson in the Declaration ", Dr\ itWf. \\1 :,)d \ 1 All goods delivered at the various tan-

frl !by: half of .nlr people. It professes of Independence, and sanctionedin ( 'trUI Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 portation stations within the city free' of
:thliJ L of all men before the law, and the Constitution, which\ makes ours the Jiew (hleDn With an extra Copy: of the Weekly charge. All sales for ca h. '
zJn n to fib the status of colored Vltl" land of liberty and the asylum of the oppressed I Sun one year.TEN .

bae 'Mia, of its Congress were over et11eectmu1.n of every nation, have ever been cardinal I Optnlng December 1, 1884:.Closlng May 31,1885. COPIES.:....................."............ 10.00 CORNER BllOOIEX1> SECOND STS.
: of its courts. It accepts a principle's in the Democratic faith! ," IlINOI With an extra copy -of the WeeklySun Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1381. ,.
mi.UI leading in the work of progress we nevertheless do not sanction the import- IC 1IIK AIM'IC'KS OKTIIK- I one year, and one copy of the __ _---'rB..1. _
?let"". im l its caught criminals are ation of foreign labor, or the admission of 1 Daily Sun three months. -

lav: l1' escape* through continued de- servile races unfitted by habits, training, re- United States GQuarnment.i FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00 I A NOYES.
tior'ua connivance in the prosecu- ligion, or kindred qualities, for absorption With an extra of the WeeklySun (Successor to W. A. SAXBOES),'
,mtf'ey: of the
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:nsV. Its honest members, its inucc civilization demands that against the immigration Daily
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,jn'ige' is: is proved by Government to with equal fidelity : one year. t
an (' necessary Contributed bv the Cili/en of New Orleans. Corner of Second and Centre Street, near
which"Plus of more than $100,000,000 and vigilance the rights of its citizens, naturalized -, ; I -- Steamboat Landing,
ferin;f*rl v been collected from a surtaxlife at home or abroad. To the end I $2009000 Getters up of Clubs will find the above ,

; '"necessary taxation is unjust that this protection may be assured. United I'' t .- I ..\. .
for h-iv: i 'tiounce the Republican party States papers of naturalization issued:: by the i Appropriated by' Mexico.Approj terms! the most liberal that can be offered by FEnSAXDIS.FJiOTIID.
iTiislijj.!*"l to relieve the people from courts must be respected by the executive $1009000 1 Owner and Agent for Schooner Sltat 6V.
ha"illt:''vtaxos, which have paralyzed and legislative departments of our own Gov- I a First-Class Family Journal. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in.
lah'II', e lcd industry, and deprived ernment and by all foreign powers. It i is an : Appropriated' by the State of large quantities. .
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eclleu i? t."om" corruption ; to restore property of every American citizen in 'for- I !>tiUeJ by the City of New Orleans. I IIii The safest method of transmitting money I best in thq world. '
for law and to lands and demand and enforce full ,
rwlut favive respect ; eign I i I Agent for B.;F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED
. l'nttith'\ to the lowest limit consfst- reparation for any invasion thereof. An i From $5000 to $25,000, I by mail is by check, draft or post-oflice! i PLOWS. c.
'I nand to the preservation of American citizen only responsible to his Iii JACK80S"YILI.E.
the 1 !! ; Appropriated, br Ininiuifr blc- Mates, Cities Local Agent for BANK OF
I pensioner* natIOn to ItS creditors and own Government for any act done in i his and I'Oicijjn CUlllltrics.I I money order. b ';J
c KI: ;"lj; own country, or under her flag, and c.111onh" I -= -.; I '
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, us and conservative in this Government to expatriate an,American -
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cratic nW Its demands, the Demo- for any such act. This country has never I Biggest Industrial Event in the HO II \. C EDit E ,

1 a I l> *&ed to revise the tariff !iuniliU had a well-defined and executed foreign policy -_' !I World's History. C. .0.; STRATTON & CO.,
. :t Ilf rio fftSSlffa But in except,under a Democratic administra : Bookseller, Stationer, ,
not rorather' tion.. That policy has ever been in regard 'I APPLICATIONFOi: KXHICIT.Ar.uv..m1yRiCE14Klt B "
posed t injf1 I COTKKMOUKM'AC'K tNI A liKMTKK VAIllKTYO Printer and Binder. ,
: 10 himdonesticmdustries, but to foreign nations so long as they do not I .tCJUtCTTHAN: 1HU-KOF AXVX OF MACON, GEORGIA,
- From tie t iiithei/healtliy, act detrimental to the interests of this country ;. Kl'O"ITIO, -tU: HUM. I 'Y

the taxes: corm of 'crnlUent or hurtful to our citizens, to let them i The cheJpe't.r:1t ;s of tntvd, ever known m i iI ,)
have ben thVat the custom-houses alone ; that as the result of this policy we I the annals} of translJortton secured for the I II MADE THE MODE BKO'S, School Books and Orange Wraps -
' >ue. Sf'ch theUrc.eot Federal rc'e- recall the acquisition of Louisiana. Florida," i I people everywhere." < I I HAVE Fla., the authorized -'

over, ni'-inv: iicontllluc.to be. More-, California, and adjacent Mexican territory 11 For information: ,aadrcss E. A.'-RUHKE.Director I Agents to contract .for the sale of theirBRICK NOW A SPECIALITY.

1. a 1 pOI) icgisfatii? have come to rely by purchase alone, and contrast these grand General..''I. &( c. C..E., .,
sj thit'anvchccessful continuance i acquisitions of Democratic statesmanship I 1. NE\\ OKI.EAN-S. LA.Warranty .' IN ANY QUANTITIES. '" 6
every > War the law" must be at with the purchase of Alaska, the sole fruit J3f Liberal discounts to Teachers and '
I p involi the labor and cap- fi Republican Administration! of nearly a "-
131 till s and Mortgage Deeds, will all information Trade. Speciat'prices and Catalogue free on .
e. must 1) ae proceSS of reform quarter of a century. Parties wishing to purchase get {
Dictate to thIs plain The Federal Government should care for PAPER-CO CTS. PER DOZEN as regards prices front them. application. :
f jl1:1ticd.cut1on :.
- All !: and improve the Mississippi river :and other LINEN sent ,upon receipt of 2-ceni t Samples of different qualities and styles <
uin'm: t xatioh its of si e limited to the re- great water-ways of the Republic, so as to stamp. Address can-be seen at.the office of '. 59 W. BAY STREET, ...:
cc The for the interior States and FLORIDA MIRROR. MODE BRO'S, '
1 I. t ccessiB/ rctucblgomermnment, secure easy } JACKSONVILLE. FLA. -;'
of F m taxation. .can and transportation tp tide-water. 2G .. Fernandina, Fla. '- 20 Fernandina. I '' L 1

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,', il'ilE j b'LO HJJA' MlKUOK'i ) 1(. by ::Mr\ Greeley '''takes ,the humble EDITOR, I A L ( ESPO\D F:1'CF:. I one is making the most of it. Cushing's work there for>> Jlurper's J/Ugr'zile:
and the illustrated
Century hr Mr.
and of Lieuteri- ..' Professor Gildersleeve's lectures Mutcalf
unimportant place
MONT-EAGLE: THE SOUTHERN CHAUTAr The little group discussed with enthusiasm
: GEORGE. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. by the light of a Zufii. hearth
i* ;. ant-Governor. Doubtless that sat- QUA-CUMBERLAND AND SEW ASEE- which are given twice a week to the blazing? with;
4 M t' ::-i '" fragrant pifion knots the idea of the Abur-
I: .. :Subscription. 82 per year; six: months, ilL isfies the party whose reasons, to FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE FOR 'GIRLS-' general public, are exceedingly inter-, igi nil pilgrimage'* to replenish the nearly-

,.. ;', (, use Mr., Bisbee's phraseology, arose THE CHARMING WE\.THER--TH: GlLDERSLEEVE esting and highly appreciated. This exhausted supply of ocean water. This
-4 ;p lice corner Centre and First streets,second floor. LECTURES AT THE UNIVERSITY pilgrimage afterward became a reality.
I i ,,,4 from circumstances.That j, great Greek scholar ,has the happy In November of the next year Mr.Baxter
I't ;--A HOTEL' OPENING FOR. again visited Zufii. At Fort
i ; f RATES OF ADVERTISING.' part of the ,party'which fur-: SOMEBODY. .I faculty of bringing the faces of the his way! he met Mr. Gushing, who Wingate had come, on
:\ Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for in from Zuni i having been ordered
nishes ancient Greeks before and introducing from
I the vote the colored Republicans us,
i each subsequent insertion. SEWANEE, TENN., August 12,1884. Washington to jfin1r.. J. Stanley Brown
., ; T :epees: .rl local notices, 15 cents a line. }has to rely on Mr. Pope's Mont-Eagle the Southern Chauta- us into their daily lives and and make some collections for the National
,, ;;Reading notices, 25 cents a line. and :Museum at the Moqui pueblos in Arizona
i 4 f i divide offices of .
to thought expression.His
proposition I
s ,
; ', t ,Special rate for time advertisements upon appli qua, is situated about. six miles from :Mr. Cushing hastened on to carry out his
'' ;cition lit the office. which the white ,Republicans have of the .lecture-room is thronged with orders. Before :going to Zufii. Mr. Baxter
Sewanee the
on same plateau
,' learned from officers at Fort Wingate that
ryl ; mmUnICatiOnS upon all matters of local inter- usually kept to themselves.NEW Cumberland range of" mountains,.in ladies, eminent divines, ,bishops and Senator Logan, several weeks before-Mr.

vWi: solicited: from all parts of the county and from scholars, who are probably drawn to Gushing not having returned from his duties
+ along the lines of Florida railways. Franklin county, Tennessee. By a in Washington-had made a trip out to the
PRESIDENTIAL TICKETS. the lectures more by the eminent pueblo with a considerable of
i :' the of
; |A11 communications intended for publication : singular coincidence ,name
For some unknown reason, he
came back
f1 4)u) uld tIC addressed to,the Editor; all business General'Butler now announces that Cumberland and*S wanee. are here reputation of Dr. Gildersleeve than from there full of the most violent rage
lrters simply to THE FLORIDAIIRROP.. interest in the sub- against Mr. Gushing, whom he emphatically
he will run on the Greenback and associated familiar by any special
as being names
f declared to be a fraud, and his entire worka
a- '' SA TURD I', A UG UST 16. 1S84, Labor ticket. As the Prohibitionistshave as Cumberland Sound and Suwanee ject, which is removed from the rangeof humbug, although iii Washington six
lectures but months before, he had professed a friendly
nominated Governor St. Johnon ordinarily popular ,
; River are. to the people'of Florida. interest for Mr. Gushing and an, admiration
;, THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. have which in his hands assumes a new for his work. Among Senator Logan's
9 4 A.. _____ a temperance platform, we The name Cumberland given to this remarks -
the made to
were following an officerat
,, four tickets in the field. With and peculiar interest.
FOR PRESIDENT: already range of mountains"comes from thesame Fort Wingate : You can't make me

: GROVER CLEVELAND the present apparent weakening of Cumberland Island There is an admirable opportunityfor. believe that people so dirty and ignorant:
f source as
: the Zuni i have gut any such thing as mythology
i, ':.,. ; .' J OF XEW YORK. party ties, if the temperance people_ and Cumberland Sound in the days some of Florida's popular hotel about them !r' This showed the deep)
:' ; : t or rather the strict Prohibitionists i keepers to develop a summer hotel thought which the learned Senator had
FOR I of George II. Sewanee is the Indian given to a matter which had occupied the
support. St. John, he will command I name of the mountain said here;'of which I may have somethingto lifetimes of some of the ripest scholars in
;. Washington, Boston, Cambridge, and
.,' .,; t' OF a respectable vote, and it is generally sometimes to mean: the :Mother say hereafter. F. Europe, and who had expressed their sense
; .
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of the immense value of the
', conceded that this vote will contributionsto
mainly Mountain. This'.is true
I : ,
4 THE POPE-GREELEY TICKET. science which Mr Cushing had made
::1 t 1.: ;' FOR GOVERNOR: come from the Republican party at as these eternal hills show no trace There is little interest evidently Mr. Baxter was also told by officers :at
i(: := EDWARD; A. PERRY very Fort Wingate of Senator Logan's designs
the It will also be
i ; \1\ ; largely : of volcanic disruption or glacial felt in the Pope and Greeley upon the Zufiis Nutria lands, and was:

;i :: !. :; OF ESCAMBIA.- thrown by rural populations. On : change; but the strata of rock lie ticket by the Republican ring which urged to make in the press an exposure ufthp.
; ; :, :, wrong. On going to Zuni i he said nothing -
4 ';" i FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: the other hand, the Greenback and I horizontally in layers from foundation has so long possessed the federal to the Indians: about the Logan matter
Labor will be divided not caring to alarm them but he made
+ I.!.} MILTON H. :MABRY, vote betweenthe to conglomerate cap, as they offices in Florida and called itself some inquiries and examined the Nutria
i' ; .:, OF SUMTER.H two parties, the larger portion, were laid there by the hands of their the party. Satisfied that no Repub- valley with its coveted spring. On his return -
\ to Santa Fd he made some investigations : : -
':l. ,: F+) CONGRESS,-SECOND DISTRICT perhaps, coming from persons who creator in the beginning. Geologycan lican nomination for the State ticket at the United States Land Office, and
( i ( ; \ 1 1'J have been classed as Democrats. The here be studied in its found that the matter was true; the Nutria
: ,x 'J : !. II.lRLES! DOUGHERTY: elementary could be successful, they let the gov- spring and valley had been preempted under]
1 OF Greenback vote in 1880 was 307,306, forms, and an unvarying successionof ernorship take its chances, and will the Desert Land. act a proceeding in itself
I 4. and four-fifths of it cast in they i illegal, since that act applies expressly onlyi
I over : rock formation is found
work for and the
; r ------- every- Congress Legislature. to such lands as cannot be cultivated with
: .-' COY SIR. BISBEE. cst. The Greenback part of the where. The strength of independentism out irrigation, while the Zunis had frO!

,, N :..Mr, : ::\ ] Bisbee is feeling the force of platform seems to have lost signifi- The Southern Assembly Associa- time immemorial raised corn without irrigation
was greatest in 1882, when, from upon precisely similar land. Ge
.t : ;: the) !criticism upon his zealous cance. The Labor party may embrace tion founded their Mont-Eagle on Logan, or his friends, was notified of tli
personal reasons independent
v9 mistake in the which left the Ian
I i :advocacy of the Independent ticket many or few, according to its the plan of the Chautaqua Summer didates were supported in several out of the Zufii i survey reservation by the Survey

:mid the bargain it implies. There leaders. General But- General of the Territory. :\Mr. Atkins:
Lake in
.i t Assembly on / Chautaqua counties ; but it is to be borne in who has been prominently associated \vj

,< Je two, very curious passages in his ler has commanded fair success as a Western New York, and it is carriedon mind that the independent candi- the scandalous Fe Ring," and

letter: to the Times-Union. In one local politician operating upon the in the lately been superseded by Mr. Clarence
same general
h ( way. dates all professed before the peopleto len.The
tiJ i s- labor classes of :Massachusetts. He Instruction interest and amusement be Democrats. The letter to the Boston Herald was
case now
ten from Santa Fe the inform J
j 1 *' Republicans with whom I have been in- upon -
I will have no such personal influence
are combined. The groundsare different. They can no longer sail thus gained. Although it contained s'a
r '|mate, : |v associated for years know that I do statement of facts and made no
elsewhere and it is doubtful if the pel
laid out with skill and taste. An
,'r pt J make: political bargains with them and under false colors.' Independent men reflection or attack upon Senator IJ

'.'. '_ 'much j i j less would I with a comparative ticket he is at the head of will com amphitheatre of large seating capa- means Republican. Mr. Pope him but made a frank appeal to his sense
I tice, it threw him into a towering: p
;:slhiugtr';' even though of my own party." mand much support. Mr. Blaine'sparty city, occupiesa a central position, for self in 1882 ran as an independent He straightway accused Mr. Cushing

j :: It seems by this amusing staten will rally every man they can general lectures on literary, social Democrat. He runs now as a Repub- authorship him., and Mr.vowed Cushing the, however.direst veij I I i

- .,cL ; ,cnt that Mr. Bisbee's bashfulness reach for protection, and will claimto and scientific: topics. Other large lican, his supporters are for the most no upon connection whatever with th .

T would ) his be the true labor having been well on the way to th ''t
; prevent making a bargain party. for Normal
rooms are provided : ,part Republicans, and Mr. Greeley, country when the facts were learned r.

a ':" i i'I :' !"Kvith Mr. Pope because he is tt( a comipnrative The opposition of the extreme School Sunday School and other his partner on the ticket, has never Baxter. ce
Senator Logan however has e\l
I ; t' ; stranger, even though of Irish element to the Democratic special teaching, as also Kindergarten been other than a Republican. The persecuted ?lr. Gushing with all thless nt

: tiny own party." Coy Mr. Bisbee nominee is counted on to offset the instruction. Frequent concerts means used to draw Republican vindictiveness characteristic of nO
very rant man of narrow mind, bitter prt ce
who wishes to ]know his man be- defection of the Independent Republicans occur, and as there is always a con- support ought to withdraw Democratic violent temper, and no sense of eit it

; fore he makes bargains. Prudent from Mr. Blaine. One of the siderable the time I tice or magnanimity. He comply .
'h+ colony, passes support, and doubtless will.I I Prof. Spencer F. Baird the directo
1 Mr. Bisbee who says that his inti- unreasonable reasons given by the' pleasantly away in a sort of picnic The legislative tickets must how- Smithsonian Institution accusing ( I;
S of writing the letter. Mr. Gushing r \
] r iiiate Republican friends know that Irish World for opposing Cleveland is fashion. Large numbers teachers ever, be watched, and in this election a telegram from Prof. Baird asking:

,|lie does not make bargains with that the Independent Republicans spend their vacation here with pleasure there must be but one Democratic this were, at the once case wrote, and to:Mr.Prof.Baxter Baird.lE'arnl.'

; ,, them And the most curious part I favor his nomination. This move : and profit. The cool mountain I legislative ticket in any county. The that Mr. Cushing had had nothing shj

'pit f it is the with the matter. Senator Logan: In
wonderful coincidence
ment of opposition is not at presenta atmosphere, the grand forests, run- importance of the next Legislatureto finding his land jumping schemes .
t ;: !vith which office comes to these in- the streams and'' was determined to make a scapegoat
1 very large one. Considering ning 'bubbling springs, the Democratic party is too greatto ;
Cushing, and demanded his remov 1
1, i :: jtimatc friends, who labor just as Irish prejudice against the negro, it magnificent rivers and charming run any risk .by divisions or: dis Zuni regardless of the fact that ::1 I
i )hard or a little harder for him thereby break off the most impon
is curious that Irishmen should, in glades give freshness, and delight, to sensions. most ethnological inv. n

: I as though he had promised them order to avoid supporting the same the teacher whcflbr months' -previ-" ever attempted.systematic Prof. Baird an or

;; reward. In fact Mr.\ Bisbee's LOGAN AND THE ZUNI LANDS.HOW Powell, the director of the Bureau ho-
'. coyness candidate as the Independent Repub- ously has been plodding a weary nology, stood manfully by the ym -

{;,r, and prudence have prevented licans, be willing to join votes with round of daily tasks in implanting BLACK JACK'S GRAB WAS THWARTED-AND lar. however, and defended him to est

'' ji its finding anybody to take office the instruction in wayside schoolhouses HOW HE PERSECUTED CUSHING. of their ability. sedian
negroes. Senator Logan had hitherto
BOSTON, Aug. 3.-The action of Senator
; .. except these intimate friends. Out ---- to unwilling or dull minds. The Logan in attempting to deprive the Zuiii i great friendship for the S. ress

,,.;.+ jpf the hundreds of respectable and ROSWELL P. FLOWER. excursion rates are low, the expenseof their Indians agricultural of some of and the pastoral most valuable lands of of the Institution appropriation, and had necessary advocated to i its

: Competent Republicans, who have We have been at- a loss to under- living moderate-about five dol- which they have been in possession for work. Mr. I

:settled in Florida during the past tenor stand the flippant allusions of the lars per week, I ,believe, for cottagers centuries of ,the has nomination renewed importance of that person on account for- Cushing Logan were now removed declared from that Zu [.nian ouldHay

:'d)s fifteen years, Mr.\ Bisbee has not Times-Union to Mr. Flower. Thereis living on the grounds-and alto- Vice-President. The first story of the at- fight Institution the appropriation and spoil its for entire the -
seizure '
tempted 'was given by a in
t ,''". ,got sufficiently acquainted to bestow, no member of the Democratic gether it is an admirable 'arrange of the Boston Herald in December correspondent 1882, ing many important research ed on de-

S .::I..' so, far as we recollect, upon any of '. party in the State of New York more ment for giving an outing to a class and.the Senator as a result and of his the friends exposure were, the thwarted plans of all partments parts of of the scientific country and inv havemana it

,i 'z .; .'..:' [;them the rewards of office. popular in the public estimation than unable to visit fashionable or expensive through representations made to President would have been a great cal, >'> -
i them broken off, and theref<
..; ". :,',.. \; The other passage. of his curious [Mr. Flower. A gentleman of high watering places or to undergo I Arthur including, who straightway the lands in issued the Zufii a proclamation reserva-- gers, fearing Senator Logar ychose known

letter is this- character, good abilities, and knownfar much expense. It is still new, and : tion, from which they had been omitted influence to suspend in one such of the matters nro, tacit of
through mistake in the
'' a The than
} The reason why I favored making no survey. their works for the time be er
; "' and wide for his liberality and improvements are each year being Herald correspondent, Mr. Baxter has
4: ; ; nomination for Governor or Lieutenant-Go- risk disaster to the whole.
just returned from of about
ta, generosity; a successful candidate in: made, and the place will no doubt Mexico where a stay a year in last :\1r. was recalled -
; vernor at the Republican State Convention, he has been in editorial Early spring the
,,tr.S ; ;:;,., I : :arose from circumstances over which I had a Republican district against the be greatly developed.Mont charge of the Mexican Financier, and he gives from his work at. Z Jfping j ortant researches -
some new details the thread of some of his n !
IS; no control.What ." wealth of an Astor; an honorable, Eagle has a large hotel, and which will be found concerning of special interest matter at, at a highly crit jod in his

: ;; :,. ; was the reasonV c are high-toned man, exercising the privilege the excellent girls/? school. _nown as this: time. labors. The reason given K ')eit recall store was of
Mr. Baxter first visited that he might work
Zuiii i in June, up
%: cl dying to know. The unenlightened of every citizen of this countryto Fairmount College, an admirable in- 1881. 'It was then a place whose existencewas accumulated notes and g Ji Senator! form, but Lo

''nrind might think it was because be a candidate for high places, he stitution for the education of young hardly known except thatit was spokenof the true motive was to ; that inprivate -
to visitors to New Mexico, at that time gan's threatened ventrc (jog
,', .:. ;ii lie could not help it; or the circum- gracefully comes forward to supporthis ladies, under the charge of :Mr. Silas just opened up to the world at large by the stitution. 't and 1

1 : :Jstances' have been his Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe" Railroad, as Senator Logan, to g (
rt+ ,, may obligation successful rival, and will give his :McBee. The arrangement for vaca- the most remote'and primitive of the Indian unjustifiable spite ag a.r. Gushing.

'.: : to Mr.. Pope for the fulfilment aid and his means to secure the elec- tion in the winter is the same as at pueblos. At Fort Wingate :Mr. Baxter first threatened to cripple t' soman needed Institution -

:;' bf 1 his! pledges in 1882, which increased tion of the Democratic candidate.The the University of the South, and met enthusiastic:Mr. Frank accounts H. dishing of the remarkable and heard for its work by witholdin unless M .tllg irces were working dismissed -

Mr. Bisbee's majority from country and the party is not so suits our people residing in the Gulf in character the service of his of ethnological the Smithsonian.Institu work at Zufii in the from spirit the of post a soldier f e was underDistinction -

:".>'S 4il. in. 1880 to 476 in 1882 in Madison full of such men as Mr. Flower that States much better than long summer tion, from army officers who had made orders, gaining hon } for

1 r ,f;, and him his special and thorough studies of Indian himself, and making il contributionsdevoted.
county present seat afford .
gave we can to disparage or insult vacations. I had the pleasureof
( character and customs. Mr.Baxter went to to the science 'to w, d was
; ;sin Congress.:; He I mysteriously inti- them. Mr. Flowers' name and influ- attending an admirable concert at Znfii i with Mr. Gushing, accompanied, also And all this becau; Rirnalist did iiitenf his-
r 1 by :Mr.Willard P. :Metcalf, the Boston artist.,, duty, and exposed t 'frabbiiig
Mp 'J" mates that it was the wicked Demo- ence are worth much to the Democratic the close of their term,in which ,the and Lieut. Robert T. Emmet, then chief Lions of the Sena thwarting his

,l Y l r;. ; |crag' who caused the necessity. A party in the State of New York, honors were in several instances car- engineer Mexico of the military district of New plans to rob a frierfftt I they defenceless had held In-
and afterward a member of Gen. dian people ,of la p
t ,J':. coalition is usually the attempt of where he is,held in deserved esteem ried off by young ladies from Flor- : Pope's staff at Fort Leavenworth. In a and tilled for ages**j rAn "lif

,,.r'1' :'f',; two minorities to create a majority. and honor. ida especially Misses Robinson and I letter to the BJtolllera cl. Mr. Baxter.gave :
the first account of Mr. Cnshin 's striking unripe apples
-is that
I: The, of the two fractions arid English w
.larger generally Smith, of Jacksonville. investigations discoveries an account of the consumption
t .'+ t, ,:E''Y takes the head of 'the ticket Of the three hundred voters comprising could be which created considerable excitement in pears and pi] -, been traced
Nothing more pleasant the scientific world. and was at first received of which cholera ently
",}: ontlthc minor fraction the tail. Inthisinstance the Cleveland and Hendricks Club that was than our recent weather., The tem- with considerable incredulity ther manc- are absolutelle. in comparison
organized at Whitewater, Wis., the other ings of a newspaper correspondent but 1 and
1 t fe-s ,
: the tail first and with raspberries
It'" came day, eighty-five have hitherto acted with perature ranges from 68 to 78 dur which was afterward uCknowledged'to be overripe'; and

the..Republican: party, represented the Republican .party. ing the twenty-four hours, and every also an understatement wrote articles about of the Zuni real facts.:md1r He. cherries occasionally, whichvith fn"t ipcd,life.incipient

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7'110 lclsI EL O1'lda Seminary.C0 I '
'LEf"Um TO.THE HOARD OF coc rY' 3P :
Gainesville. Fla., July 11. 1884. / pARE SNOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF ;"1.
11'nwrallc;: the County CiufUr6GtSiQ lens off ,
To ie SIt,.:I.S : .. > : : .. :
This upen letter is to you fore _
I rpJe: of calling the attention of the l N E VV I'
zell)" of .\Ollr. county' < the' right the,"
ci" 0>
,,f sending to this Seminary as manyState
hare f-tu;C1lti! ;tS the county JutS representa- CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT, !
iii the lu 'er house of the General As- l SPRING AND SUMMER
:o-niblv I of the:State of Florida and also for \ : :

t the l Iouk I nrpuse uniform(!itystem securing in the.I as appointment far as possible of, Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the _

s IheMindents Your; honorable; both Body as holds to time the and appointing method. Northern; and ,Eastern,:Markets: and taking advantage of cash purchases JTGpous1TT

p wer,and I therefore respectfully ask per- enables us.to offer our entire stock at such low :
\.I..ioJl i to inftke the following suggestions: .
FIK.-T, .us TO TIME.-Let nil your appointments NEW .
be mue! at your meeting SeptemSFCOXI -
METHOD.-Let all : '
*o appointments -
: >, AS : DRESS
.. SILK8
be lIlalll upon applications presentedin I
the' form filmished by this Seminary.THIUE .
.\STO ILE EWALS.-Let all appointments have endeavored to select the ,
be made each year. If an appointee T VEILINGS, BUNTINGS, ,
of the previon! year wishes to be reappointed '
seconl "game the request should be grant- Latest and Most Designs to be Found Lawns
'L it'but; lie should be required.to make ap- Stylish Cambrics,. Percales, Prints, White Goods. ,
plfcatum fl.r, Ills reappoiniment.It
is believed that the adoption of"the
above ie'fci3ii? >ns will secure to all the and all we ask is to give us'a call and price for yourselves, and.'see; theBARGAINS Laces and Embroideries Hamburg and '
,'outof/ your county an equal chance to Insertings-A ,
obtain an appointment' and will insure representation FULL LINE of the newest patterns. !

session.! from The your qualifications county)" every for admission Seminary i-- Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices. : ,;

into the Seminary are as follows \'iz.: J: :UHEN8E: i- '
The applicant must be thirteen years old. ifa Spring Clothing for :Men and Youths has arrived, and for style

boy anil twelve if a girl. Must l : be able toreail'ir.telligibly and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' .
'} ; ] write legibly, perform with
the operations of addition Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest )'
reasonable! facility to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of novelties.JB@We
,in subtraction arithmetic! : ,multiplication and shall have some- are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & COo, of New .

knowledge!of primary geography.The York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
State law requires: that in all cases ,
preference ;hall be given to applicants of MODE BROTHERSIN fiST Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing t
suitable (}qualifications who will agree to elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York
teach in the public schools of the State.Xo > by our resident buyer.YDIQ. f
one Jlioeld he appointed who i is not -
Mire of atrvuding the school. Persons are tJ'r.. i : :
often appointed: who by accepting and holding ,
; appointment debar others from thejirTvilc DRY [GOODS FANCY GOODS Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., ,
e arid yet make no use of it. .themselves. .
1 .ce-NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA. FLA. i r
I respectfully] suggest that. if appointmentshave 1- _
already been made you require the GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, I
appointee to comply with these re ulation RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. .
Your county had two representatives during ,

iastse: ..:-ion.'as EDWIN appointees.,I*. CATER u,, Superintendent._ H._ Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths. MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIPLINE i .

Io8t-Office Notice. _

Mire HoArs-From 8:00 A. M..to 6:00: p. M. WE. HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Sunday hours, 10oO: A. M. to 11:30 A. M. I '.' FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
Money Orders I and Registered Letters from ..
8.00 A. M. tit 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. MARRIVAL
to 3I:: r.N. 1QQ PIECES: : : lO/tATTING35: : ;

Ttun/ lt&( : Peninsular Railroad....... 4:00 WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. t "" :J
Arrives daily except Sunday. : P. M. :,, :,1/
]Brings; mails from the North,the *.> .
Gulf coat, Transit and Peninsular I; -:>

railroads i-i .
Closes! daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A.M. MODE BRO'S "
Takes mails for the North, the i 4-
Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular FEUVAXDIXA
roads.: IS-ly ;i-

Lcesburg train arrives daily......... 8O'A.: M. .,
llrings \Vb; >tern mail only. r
1"e,,uniaom d'Jacksonville Railroad-
Arrive daily except Sunday........ 8:50 A.M. = x S
Brings thfc Jacksonville :and St. Jl.*..:.....J., '.... : .
John's river mails. ,:., ) ,
Arrives daily except Sunday........ 5.00 p. M. ':;<. '- -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS '
Brings mails same as above.
Closes daily except Sunday! ......... 9:00 A.at. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1.080 TONS .
Takes\ Jacksonville,StJohn's PAUL FUNKE'S STATE O3 TEXAS, 1,543 TOIVH.
liver and :Northern mails.: CARONDELET, 1,508 TON S.

Closes daily except Sunday.......... 5:30 P. M. WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
Takes the Jacksonville,St.J olm's I
rircr,Northern and Western mails. I M I I | 4| +-++-++-++-++-++-++-++-++-++-++-+

Jacksonville and St.John's River $

arrives....................................1 0:2.> A. M. DRY GOODS EMPORIUMCENTRE
Northern mail arrives: ................. 9:00: p. M. i ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
Jacksonville, St.John's River and THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

the:North closes....................... 0:00 A.M. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
Jacksonville and St.John's River This Line,'having no Transfers between Fcmantlina and New
only, closes:..... ....................... 4:00 P. M. York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR
Tracts containing twenty acres each of FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.JUST ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
choice high hammock land'on Orange Lake JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
suitable for orange growing and truck farm- RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare RECEIVED AN IMMENSE STOCK OF PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
very conveniently situated for transpor- LAKE WEIR.
tation, by water rail, and
or will be sold
wins to suit purchasers. on TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
Titles are unques- Dress Goods Silks Sat
tionable.: Also valuable timber lands in nes, freight, passage rates and schedules, or further information, apply to
law bodies.
February 16. 1882. Fernandina, Fla.Absolutely .
Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-




o w uoyrgOYALl.wu Hamburg. Edgings, Gloves 'and". Mitts.. I" BL E. DOTTERER ''.. ,

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THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel ',.. .
purity,strength and wholesomeness THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PRO CUBED.. ..
and:store<:econoi cal than the ordinary kinds, >:.:*.;;(...:. ':I...'. ,: "" ).: ., ,' ,. '. ,,;', ',. ;:. ::.:?<...>:.f. : :,
; nii0tlesoW in competition with thetandl' ,

tnni phosphate I )' 1 of powders.low test,Sold short:1 weight, alum or ? ':'.;.,.".-.,.- NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. g:
ycacana. "'.. ;
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KOYAL: BAKING POWDER CO., ;;( \\ ..>. : : '. :.
*5 lOG Wall Street New York. .' Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERXANDIXA, FLA.
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t, ; j 1' GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. I Assesstor of Taxes-:J.:'C. :Matthews. LIBERTY. HOLMES': ---
County Judge-R. D. Davis Sanderson. Collecor uf let'tlme'v. F. Trantham
: CtltmtyJudge-.I.J.soiuluons./ .
County A.
United Judge- H.
: States Officers. Brownell
Sfjl Clerk F. J. Pons Sanderson. Ocala. .
I. .; .Clerk-\\.- W J tt'r. 'U i <:; Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
; :z. : : j f LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U7C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of -Schools-:31.' .L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. ,' 'r t Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
,l 'ftii "- Assessor of Taxes-A J. W. Cobb, San- Fort :McCoy. '
'. : Register L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. ; Trta$1lret'-J.'E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. \
4 -K r ; Receiver-John F. RollinSj Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of RevcnueThos. P. Shnler. Collector of Revenue-William Ti .
.. : : surveyor-General-lialaehl. Martin, Talla-. Collector of Ref.'enue-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. 6. Baron, Key West. Assessor Taxes-Wm. :E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton 1 ke r.
t3 hassee. derson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight; Key West. Superintendent, of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent of&hoola-'Vhitnelf.
/, >* -f, DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of ScwoJas. D. Chalker, Sheriff-George; A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. entry.
I* Sanderson. WASHINGTON.County .
Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney, Jr..
t ti ; Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. Judge-N._C. Shackelford. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones
.I th t i, i;' Jfar8/Ial-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of 'Ret.t11ueIason S. Moreno, Clerk-F. E. fie la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.

F i r ..1 : i".Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F.:York, Lake'Butler. Key West';. -' Sheriff W. H. Hutdiinwii.! Sheriff E. P. Melvin

'r j, ; ; INTERNAL; REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,,Key. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. i Treasurer-Thomas J. :Miller.
.. Collector
"r' :' ,* Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor.of Taxes-N. .Wainwright, Lake West. of Ret'e1ttle-.IunIIt'1 Palings. f Collector of Ret'tll11e-John Roche.
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Geo.e Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook
% -:" : COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. ,Superintendent of/wols-X. )!. Scarritt.
Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, I Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn.CALHOUN. .
,' ; County Judge-Hinton, J. Baker, Fernan
; .: John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. wALTON .
ra r :' : Edwin Higgins: Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. I Jud
AY 2 : : ; i John F. House, St. Augustine. Edwards, Fernandina. County g William Clark.
Starke. .
John Clerk-D. McLeod.. Clerk
Sheriff AITSllermann: Fernandina. -James S. Fannin.
,.', l BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-\Vm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
'; : ) ': : State Officers. County Judge-James A. :McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.

} ;,. ,,. :rF : Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.. Fer- Collector of RevenueV. B. McLeod. [ Collector of Revenue--Joel P. Atkins.
Clerk-A.. A. Stewart Titusville. nandina.. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor
J: ; : EXECUTIVE. DEPARTMENT: ; ( of Taxes-Joh n M. Bush.
Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John.H.. Laws, City Point. Superintendent 'of.Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of /1001s-Jno. C. Douglas. I Superintendent of Schools"". G. ctyell.THE .

t '. ; f Lieutcn.ant-GovernQr-LivingstOJ W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R., Moses. Georgian botham, Callahan.
Key 'V cst. na. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark, ,Fernan: -
: -' Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Revenue D. W. McQuaig. Bre- dina. CELEBRATE
lahassee. yard County., ORANGE COUNTY. '

'Y 'Ad. Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Stools-M. E. English, County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlando. WOOTON

f; Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando. DESKS.

,t Atr-orney-General-George: P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY'. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Orlando.
t 't nassce. County' Judge-j. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort .- SOLID
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid. Fla.Collector. COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES
;g Clerk J. T. Weston Green Cove Re1enue-A. : 1;
,tr Tall: hassee. Spring. of M.Hyer, Sanford
,. Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James W.' DeWitt; Green Cove Sanford. ,

i .Foster, Tallahassee. Springs.. -- Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks,
,, \ Adjutant-Generat-J.E. Yonge,,Tallahassee i Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. i EVERYBODY DELIGHTED

7 -, BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker.', PUTNAM, COUNTY. .
j Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, V, WITH THEM.
] ; (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Judge of Probate-E. Harrison, Palatka..
see. Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. ,

y, Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally.
: 3 Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives,Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
: Building! Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr.,, Lake, City.SheriffJ. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of ordinary
W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown;Lake City. Strickland. construction when, for slight

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

/'1 i f Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr., Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, i County Judge-W.:H.'Parker,'Perry. -.-_ the, benefit of our improve.

yIt' secAssociate Lake City. i Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. ments? Awkward closets and
Justice R. B. Van
Valkenburgh, .
DUVAL COUNTY.Counf.y I Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. -
m side drawers done
Jacksonville. Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Sc/wols-T. J. Faulkner, away with.
i ; Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. We substitute revolving cases,

1 CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. .yam ri-sJC ,RI H 'sue which swing with a slight

First Circuit--Augustus Maxwell: Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. h touch of the hand. and are
Mcola.I Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. i X11 awl L; I N thus enabled to furnish

: 'I I j Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas .sonville. Assessor of'Tares-R. L. Henderson.ST. I-, I double
Y see.* Collector of Revenue-:Moses' J. 'Brown, d,. M. Mn S u _I the .space generally given on
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COU'TY.County'JudgeM. -
t Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, :Madison. Jacksonville. "I ... = each side; and when cases are
i 1 Fourth Circuit-James: Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Se/LOols-Albert J. Rus- ,tine. R.' Cooper! St. Augus- nli I.M, "' -"';'"" -= open, the whole interior is
ville. sell Jacksonville. ====
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Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. ------= flooded with light and all
Fifth Crcuit-Thomas: P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
i, 1 yille. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. :I": poitions'readily reached without -
Sixth Circuit H. Mitchell: County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. "D. Rogero, St. change of A of for selection and
r Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. position. variety rotary cases are offered applied t to
: Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford. Altman the Desk as wanted. We apply this of desks.
& ;, ,. Sheriff Sampson Jasper. Collector of Retenue-Joseph F. Llambias, principle to a great variety
-i Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

,.. : i Court Calendar; Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE "WOOTOIISr
t ,4'I'c I Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.
of Schools-J. W. Reed,
; Fall Term- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. Cabinet Office Secretary.

..n., \ Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. IL Steele, Leesburg
: Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J.
< E Ivey, Leesburg.
W. L. Frierson Brooks-
County Judge- ,
+ ; Holmes, Wednesday after 4th Monday ville. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. ''

in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A.B. Goodwin. __ The most spacious and elegant desk ever pre-
Washington, 2d :Monday after 4th Monday Collector Revenue 'n r
J of -Joseph Hutchinson
in October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. sented to the business public. One hundred ands
;; 1 3d after 4th in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- :. shown in cut. all under
Jackson, :Monday Monday ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ( a ten compartments, as

October. Collector RevenueF.lHedich Brooks- ston, Sumterville. E j k one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -
i' of I
in December.
Escambia 1st
v Bankers Railroad Officials
ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. :Manufacturers, -
.. "This act amended section 2 of act of February -

10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live '-"' rn n d and I'roftssional1cn: generally.

Spring Term. Fort Dade. Oak.ClerkRobert 41H

<, Y ,, Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. I Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
; 'Af'ixl< I Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Umsted,Welborn. Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :

; ; i April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Collector of -Revenue Wilson H. Sessions,
: Iadison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
'. Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

:. Su"ante, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa.Superintendent. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IXD., U. S. A.
in April.Columbia. of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames. .
',,k-. : 3d Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-, I
't "',: :n April. JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.

;i., : : Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th :Monday County Judge W. B.,Lamar, :Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. h '
i c t ; in 'April.FM Sheriff{( T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. I
't .: Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen I

u Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Superintendent of ,Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. *-> .*-v*.J .V ** 1 *'7"-'-Ai: vA'->:;':'y tz ;. October. Monticello. Collector of Re/'enue-P./ N. Bryan, Glen .' !

C' ;? ,t :: Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Tfeasurer" :M. Girardeau, :Mon Cove. *1 .1.T""v.. />' Vt'r* i/f! jp I N
I Hamilton, 4th :Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. '''D. Huston, '; i i I ,""'' *-* ,* ', *:1* ::: ;: I
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,r. after 4th : '
,,- Suwannee, 1st Monday Mondayin Enterprise. "r\-, r
C Cl Collector of Re1enhe-J. H. Tucker, Mon, .. 5- ; '
October I ticello. 'WAKULLA COUNTY. \- ;f/j 'T: -%> i r ,

l" .\', Columbia, Monday: after 4th :Monday in I Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wan- County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville.. . _.;_'; I i
October. ,
t't ; r 'n 3It
keen ah. Sheriff,Charles Alligo'od.:Crawfordville.
i ,.b1 ',.; Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th :Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY., Clerk-':Nat.'It: Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA

i in' October. Count/ Judge-W. J. Dixon, New- Troy.Sheri Superintendent i of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
: ; Spring Term (-J. J. Johnson, Old .Town. Crawfordville. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. I G
Clerk-Xeal X. ::\fcAlpil1 Sew Troy. County Trca eurer-N. W. Walker, Craw- rpOWN
., : : St. John's, 2d Tues1layirl1arcli.. ,
t fordville. ; ing
Superintendent of Schools-J.C. ltamseyX __ ___ f < .
, 4th in :March.
, + :,/ E Clay, Tuesday Collector of.Rel'ent.e.-n. C. MellillanCraw- : '.
>, :. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. FcriiaiKlina, -
County Treasurer-J. :M. N. Peacock, New
/ Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-II. H. Walker, Craw-
I :: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. : Towns on R. R. Line i Ii I QkiiirneV
a+ : ': .. Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Ret'enue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA KOSA. i
t .',' Fall Term- Old Town. And Cedar Key.; ,
.. Assessor Taxes David R. Townsend County Judge-John Chain. :' :;, f' .
; ;' Y' : ?: St. John's 2d< Tuesday in September. of .: '

'', Clay, 4th Tuesday in September., New, Troy. LEON COUNTY. Clerk Treasurer-R..11.-.:.Robert Shepard.Robinson. ,. '..' ',:.9'. :: ; .. ,:,
: j i. Bradford: 1st Tuesday in October. i
t a'';,:. Baker, 2d Tuesday October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-W. J. ""il1im 1s. i I
kt !;r "'i .- Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff=A.. :Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes W. J. Stephens. .; Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large t I rr
.. : Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.
M Superintendent Schools Henry N.Felkel, POLK._ number of the most eligible and desirable J r:r; tP.s
: t 'I : Spring Term- Tallahassee. llhlhas County Judgc-J.-A. Fortner.- ;)', .Lots suitable for ,,Business: Purposes, or for I
! '" Stunter, 3d Monday in :March. 7t-ensurer-.T. L. Dcmilly .T ee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce: "* ; ; : I i

I, -i: Marion, 4th Monday-in :March. Collector of Ret'C1lUC-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M.Bowcu.: City or Suburban Residences, :+- '
t' : Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th :Monday in hassee. Treasurer,'. F. Beville. I
P Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. 'F ,;,t fib. .: 1S
', March. Collector of Revenue. -3. D. Filles.Assessor J .Y'1'
r :,,1,; ;.. Levy, 4th. Tuesday after, 4tlt Monday in :; of Taxes-' H.Johnson.Superintendent '. ..UPON EASY. TERMS, ., I 1 j1
'ti t j ..r-.I .March.) ,,: '' LEVY COUNTY. ; 'of Schools-P. II. McCrary. : '- _' I 1, :, l' '. .", :, ,!s, t 0< I
>,5.r Alachua,.4th ::\1ondayafter4th :Monday in Clerk-J.: Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Cft h
'::5. : March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronsoh. DADE. !I + nI
$ A __ ,I,-:'. '.:: Pall TermSuaiter- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judrre-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing: or indus- 1 r/i\4 I 1

t 'p( .; 1st Monday! October. Collector of. RevenueB.. Barco Cedar Clerk-P.. Faulkner. !; v
I ;: : Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Wm. Mattanr.: rial
1 enterprises, who will erect the
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::1 ,' Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent( of Schools-J. B. Mendcn- Treasurer Jl; Wm. Ewan. .; property !

;@ t'. i i :.t; : ', Levy, 4th Tuesday in .November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Ret'C71ue-"m. H. Benest: :v '- : purchased substantial improvements j
.- 'lr! y x'i'i: : Alachua; : 1st :Mon'day after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. -

:,'1., November. for residence, or in .which to conduct i r I
County Judge-II. :M. Witherspoon, Madi- JACKSON. > -f their il
k Ison. County Judge-George F. Baltzell -- I
-4i ; Term
Spring :
i I i : ; Orange, 4thondayn: January. Sheriff Clerk-John S. A.: Parrimore. Beggs, :Madison, Madison. .Clerk-Frank Philips. business. 1ECTk IR CJ'1
y1M SlerifJAn drew.Scot t. .
Volusia 3d in"
Monday !
:;: : February. INDUCEMENTS t
: Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Ileam. TO :MANUFACTURERS t EVEROUTOr
I1N'arll,1't! in March.
v; 'J" Monday IN EVE
::Madison U
j '. Dade 3d in Collector of Ret'C'1me-John B. Anderson. OdDEIT.NOEL' :
-: ;:' fall Term April. County Trea.mrcr--S. S. Smith. Madison. Assessor of TaxesY. B. Wynn. by. exemption- for a term of years from .
I : ] Collector of Ret'C7UleD. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. -.eJ:
., ,:. f Orange, 2d Monday in August. Madison. Erwin. taxation, offered by the several cities and
'i I Volusiii, Monday: i in NWH J
7 \ September. FRANKLIN.Countg fI
: Assessor of TaxcsP.. Mad '' ,
.tZ. !. Brbvard. 4th : in Thompson, cw
'r1 Monday
/ September.,
; ison. Judge1.Robert: G. Baker. towns. Apply to .
r ; a t-,; Dade, 2d Monday in.November.. p ;

n'R '. Et County Judge-Z.. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff .S. AJ: Floyd. ; Fernandina.. I v\\\CACo RANG -r.\.AN14 f
( 'I County Officers.ALACHUA. tt *Office 'Beach & ; o E' A
IVf ;, : Clerk-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. cor. ., ith 5tS. ,, ILL. MASS. GA. 1

V'< J.\( : .' Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Revennc-George: A. Patton. '. -, FOR SALE: BY

!'(!!' I 'x'1 ttCbimijJudgeJl1nius; C.Gardner..' Gainesville Assessor of Taxes-W. F..ParrishBrad Assessor Superintendent of.Taxes-F.of Schools-Henry J. Egbert. C. 'Hicks. : : : I"-f" :>,:'?'/v-'.:-" -v '';,':':. ':.< i-'f\;:' ": .'" i
town. : % '
if'i: f t 1:1:;: ;' : .-. >' '*1 fefe---Wfe f.: a4 .. '- COTTAGE ,
l j lJt Clrl-J.: A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Ret'entte-\farion: G. Carlton, GADSDEN. t. ,.-- %- '->';'sm -'iJiv-.v-lr, j :, -{ LUCY

: < -11 '? .T: Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judger-J. R. Hams. -", '.' :' :>v.A.. -. j J Sjfc. .-. ::, Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

Assessor of Ta.rcs-S. H.'Wienges, Gaines-. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. '
gip f : ville. Pine Level. -
j Collector Revenue II,C. Denton : MARION COUNTY. Sheri -Thomas Mitchell.
of Gainesville : '
Treasurer-A. :M. Smith. h
: t County Judge-SamuelF. Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Ret'enuen.1.Iorpan.: : ": '; :<: :-::' 2; f'l vr ,1. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished with -
Superintendent of Schoo1s.W. N. Sheats, I I CftrJfc Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton :McPhaul. -,,' ,,or without board. Table Boarders will be '
Gainesville.. Sheriff A.. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. 'accommodated< ; also transient. 1

"f i1 .' ,.: ,!" .J.f i, 'tT ", -*fj ?,\ 2 Miss: LUCY O. TH03IPSOX.

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

S PENINSULAS RAILROAD. etc.,'apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Albany daily at..............11:30 a in
TRANSIT lcat TIME CARD kdina. or to the Company's offices in Jack Arrive at Montgomery daily.at...... 7:57 a m
Train : .
sonville., Arrive at New Orleans
WarKevandWildwood.aiid JL OF.THE daily .at..10:10. m
r GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Arrive at Nashville daily at-.......... 8:10 a m
,11 point* on Transit Load..10.05 1: a.m.ForSavannahandall FLORIDA, RAILWAY &: ,NIVIG.TIOX COMPASY.In FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m

POlJ1ts.North Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25
....................10.05 p m
Westi_........ a. m.connoting Effect lSth '.1 CENTRAL Arrive '
and r Steamboat July 84. & WESTERN DIVISION. at St. Louis daily at.-.......;. 7:50 a m
Callahan. Inland Co..
( at ) (JACKSONVILLE CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER. Arrive at Chicago daily at............ 7:00,8 mPullman '
Pensacola.and all )
: Florida Central & WESTWARD. Palace Sleeping Cars on this
,points ontiie Railroad...... .......... ...10.05a.ru. (FEBNANDINA TO CEDAR' KEY.) No.1. '4,0.3. Train to Chattanooga via Jesup.
\'ertern Baldwin. : .) (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Accom., Mail. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesvilleto
(connecting NO E ATf.-NO! ,DUST GOING SOUTH. Leave Jacksonville....... 8.30am 5.55 p m Savannah.
Day ItostHffcr Train arrivesFroni Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 a m 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
Cedar Key, \\ ildwood, und. -BUT:-- Day Pas. Nt Pas. Leave ,Baldwin............. 9.15 am 7.45 p m Sleeping Cars on this Train Washington..

nil points on the and Transit all points Road in:.. 4.38 p. m. A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque Leave Fernandina.................10.05 A.M. P.M.4.38 "" Lake City..........10.43 am 11.04: p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson:
Savannah Live Oak............11.35am ville to Savannah.
From Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.35 1.30pm
West.............. 4.38 5.12
the North '.nd p. m. Sea Islands. Madison' ............ 3.45am: Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to
Pensacola.. and "Arrive Callahan...................11.20 6.14 1.07pm' .
From Tallahassee!the, Florida Central Leave Callahan....................11.30 6.30: Monticello ......... 1.40pm 5.30am Louisville via Thomasville.

all points on llailroad..............._ 4.38p.m. -- Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05 Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.2G p m 8.14 a m A Restaurant has been opened at Way-
Western Leave cross and abundant
& Tallahassee........ 3.33 p m 8.40 a m time will be allowedfor

ifo; Passenger Wildwood Train leaves-, and all BSTA PERFECT DAYLIGHT SESYICEaTHE Leave Brandy Branch.........12.12 P.M. 7.22 Quincy .............. 4.35pm 10.30am meals by'all passenger trains.

For(Cedar on Key the, Transit Road....... 4.38 p. m. Arrive Bald win....................12.30, 7.45 Arrive Chatta. River... 5.45: p'm 12.23 am New Connecting York at Savannah with steamers by
I points Sa\'annlhand points North -- Leave .Baldwin.....................12.35 8.30 EASTWARD.No. Philadelphia, Boston and Balti-

Fo and West............ ..................... 4.38 p. n1. : i Leave Maxville.................... 1.02 9.02 No. 4.: more.Connecting at Charleston with
at Callahan.) : STEAMER Leave Highland.................... 1.22, 9.27 Accom. Mail. steamersfor
connecting New York
( Pensacola,and all Leave Lawtey........................ 1.37 9.47 LeaveChatt'chee River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m Philadelphia and Baltimore.
For Tallahassee the Florida Central & Leave Temple's..................... 1.55 10.16 Quincy -...........11.52 a in 3.15 p m and Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail

1 points on Kajlroad...... .............. 4.38p.m. Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25Lea.e Arrive Tallahassee12.55 p m 4.50 p in Checked Steamship through.connections Also and Car Baggage berths
Western at Baldwin.: ) Thurston................. ,.? 2.32 10.44 Leave Tallahassee ......_ 1.05 p m 5.20 p m and sections Sleeping i
(connecting Arrive Waldo....................'... 2.52 11.16 Monticello-........' 1.40 p m 6.30 p m Astor's, secured at Company's office in
!Yfnto' passenger Train arrit'l'.8Fom A.M. Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55 pm Building, 84 Bay street and at De-

Cedar hey Wildwood, and Leave ..aldo......................... 3.00 1.00 '* Live Oak............ 5.02 pm 12.10 a m pot Line Ticket Office, and on board People's
all polnt3Of' the Transit Road... 8.40 a, m. ,. Leave Gainesville.............:.:: 3.45 2.10 Lake City........... G.04pm 2.30am and JENNIE Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE

From Savannah and all points in Leave Arredondo.................... 4.03 2.36Leave Arrive Baldwin............ 7.39pm 5.38am LANE.
the Xortli and West................. 8.40 a. m. Leave Baldwin............ JAS. L. TAYLOR,
ST. ICaOL.AS: :: Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 7.43 p m 6.20 a m
From rcn!:a oI3. Tallahassee, and Leave Archer........................ 430 3.17 ,Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.25pm 7.36am M. IVES General Passenger Agent.A. .
Florida Central & Agent.
all points on I FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Leave Bronson...................... 5.00 4.00 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will ,
llailroad..................... 8.40 LEAVES :
a. in.
Western Friday mornings. Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.37: 4.45 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but
nRx.\XllI & JACKSONVILLE R. R. Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of Leave Rosewood ................... 6.10 5.30 will run Mondays. DRUBS, MEDICINES ETC.
Train leaven daily except SundayFor Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday Arrive Cedar Key...........;..... 6.40 6.10 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto ,

Jacksonville......................... 7:30 p. m. mornings: ,at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. GOING NOKTH. Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
Train arrives daily, except Suntlay Day Pas. Nt Pas. Jacksonville to New Orleans daily. EST.ADLISIIED 1875.
From Jack8oJl\.i11e.-; G.40 p. m. For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO A.M. $3f Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,

SIll/dallonl.Jf-; Leave Cedar Key.................;. 7.35 P.M.7.50 the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a. m. Rosewood. Central and Western Division.ST. .
Leave ................... 8.07 8.30
...... .............. DRUGS MEDICINES
.. 5.00
For Jacksonville p. m. Points iu Florida, Cuba, Mexico, anHORSEY
Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.38 9.12
..... ............. MARK'S BRANCH.
From Jacksonville: .. 10.35 a. m. ,
Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 10.00
..................... 8.40
From Jacksonville p. m.EA apply to ,LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull .. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
Leave Archer................ ...... 9.45 10.35
ISLAND ROUTE. andbr. .an,8trel'ts, Savannah, Leave Palmer .......................10.01 10.54: Leave Tallahassae..................... ... 8.00am
From Savannah, Steamer St. Nicholas Brunswick passengers either way will be Leave Arredondo................,..10.15 11.11 Arrive'Vakulla............................. 9.05 a m & CO. ,
SundiCv and 'J'hursda).. transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. .Leave Gainesville.............:....10.40 11.36A. Arrive St. [ark's.......................... 9.30 a m ,
For FavannaJi.' Steamer St. Nicholas Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival M. Leave St. Mark's...;.....................10.00 a. m

: Momby and Thursday. will be at risk of consignee.F. Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.23 12.30 Arrive Wakulla-..........................10.25 a m
t* MALLORY LINE. W. SIMMONS Agent, Leave Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30 a m =I PHARMACISTSCentre 1=

For New York direct by steamships Fernandina. Fla.C. Leave Thurston.................;..11.56 2.30
State rof Texas or City of WILLIAMS. Gen. Ag't.Savannah. ,n\ P. M. CONNECTIONS.At .

San: AntonioThurslayevening( 7.00 p. m. Ga. Leave Starke..........................12.30 2.47 Jacksonville with Waycross Line for Street :-
From New Yhrk direct by City of J. N. HARRIMAN. :Manager.. / Leave Temple's .....................12.37 2.57 all points North and East; w'ith the Fernan-
SanAntoniji and State of Texas, > Leave Lawtey._.....................12.58 3.23 I dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan
every Friday......... ,................. 3.00 p. m. Leave Highland................:... 1.14 3.45 i dina ; and with Steamers for all points on FERXANDINA, FLORIDA,
JsT. MARY RIVER. THE STJN. I, Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
Simmer, Martha leaves Centre street dock- Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
For St. Marys, and Crandall, Tuesday NEW YORK, 1884. Leave Baldwin........ ........... 2.05 5.40 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- of FRESH and PURE FOR-
f Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.25 6.00 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. EIGN and DOMESTICDrug's
and Friday .......... ...... 2.00
For St. Marys1 and Dungeness on p.m. BOUT sixty million copies of THE SUN Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 6.15 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida
Wednesday.and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m. A have gone out of our establishment Arrive Callahan..................... 3.10 6.50 Western Railroad.At and Chemicals
and during the twelve months. Leave Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch ,
For St. Marys only Monday past T
Thursday..,.............................. 8.00 a. m.tfQller I If you were to paste end to end all the Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.0G Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- Homeopathic and Patent Medicines, I
."\ Martha arrives columns of all THE SUNS printed and sold Arrive Fernan ina.................. 4.38 8.40 urdays. ,

From St. )lar\'s and Crandall, on last year you would get a continuous ;Sf Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cola At&Chattahoochee River with the Pensa- Proprietary and Fancy Goods
Monday and: Thursday............. 7.00 a. m. strip of, interesting information, common Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- ,
From St. Marys and Dungeness, sense wisdom sound doctrine, and sane sacola Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
on Wednesday and Saturday.... 1.00 p. m. wit long enough to reach' from Printing DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

From St.Marys only I Monday and House square to the top of Mount Copernicus (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.) and Northwest.Columbus, and and with Eufaula.all boats for Apalachicola .

Thursday.:......................... ..... 2.00 p. m. in the moon, then back to Printing PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
House square and ,then three-quarters: of GOING SOUTH. The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
the way back to the moon again. Day. Pas. Nt Pas. all points West
AX ORDINANCETo But The Sun i is written for the inhabitantsof P.M. A.M. Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths IN GREAT VARIETY

amend Ordinance entitled "A Supple- the earth ; this same strip of intelligence Leave aldo......................... 3.00 12.40 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
mental Ordinance to an Ordinance con- would girdle the globe twenty-seven or Leave Dixie........................... 3.21 1.10 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
l'crningtlJe construction of drains to secure twenty-eight,times., Leave Hawthorne............ .... 3.37; 1.33 and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla. .Pr Physicians' Prescriptions
the health of the city," approved March If every buyer of a copy of The Sun dur- Leave Lochloosa................... 3.57 2.03 A. MACDONELL, carefully with
5,1878. ing the past year has spent only one hour Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 Gen'l Ticket and .Agent, compounded pure Drugs, at.

T)E IT ORDAINED, THAT SECTION over it, and, if his wife ,or his grandfatherhas Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina, Fla.C. reasonable prices. ,
JJ 14 of said Ordinance be amended by spent another hour this newspaper in Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 W. MAXWELL, -
1883 has afforded the human race thirteen Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.31 3.35. Master of Transportation, .
in-trting in line G of said section the words CURTIS A CO.
Sanitary Insjiector, instead of "Sanitaryli0arilf' thousand years of steady reading day and Leave Ocala.........................._ 5.45 4.00 Baldwin, Fla. ,
that night. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 D. E. MAXWELL, ESTATE
; in lines 10,11 and 12 the following AGENTS
words: be stricken out: and remove It is only by little calculations like these Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09 General Superintendent. REAL ,
all excretal matter at such time and in such that you'can form any idea of the circula- Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 Fernandina Fla. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA
manner: the. Sanitary Board may require tion of the most popular of American news- Arrive Leesburg..................:.. 7.33 6.10
,, upon due notice given ,in writing;'1i that all papers; or of its influence on the opinions GOING NORTH. Savannah, Florida and Western Loans procured effected. Mortgages negotiated Exchanges -

or said section after the words "ten dollars," and actions of American men and women. A. M. P. M.
Mill S He Town Lots
from 25 feet
in line 15, stricken out.All The Sun is, and will continue to be, a Leave Leesburg..................... 6.50 6.00 RAILWAY.WAYCROSS : to 4
acres Lands and Plantations from 5
ordinances or parts of ordinances conflicting newspaper which tells the truth without Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 for sale. to 5,000
herewith are hereby repealed. fear of consequences which gets at the Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 SHORT LINE.All acres,
G. F.. AVERY, facts no matter how much the process costs, Leave Lake Weir Station...... 7.49 7.40 N. B.-"St. Mary having been selectedas
[NAL.] President of Council. which presents the 'news of all the world Leave Ocala.............-............ 8.30 8.42 trains of this road are run by Central,, the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal
Attest: EMIL 0. FRIEND, Clerk. without waste of words and in the most Leave Silver Spring................. 8.47 I ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes (under the survey made for Government -
Approved: readable shape, which is working with all Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 slower than Jacksonville time. by General Gillmo're), charters for the

,, H. POPE, Iavor'ernandilla its heart for the cause of honest government Leave Sparr's.:....................... 9.25 9.45 construction of which having been granted
July 2!), 1884.SHERIFF'S and which therefore believes that the Leave Orange.Lake..................9.40 10.08 ON and after Sunday May 11, 1884, Pas- by the United States Government,and the
Republican party must go and go in the Leave Ixjchloosa.............. ....10.02 10.45 Trains will leave and arrive as I Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
SALE. coming year of our Lord, 1884. Leave Hawthorne..10.23 11.15 follows: increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe

BY VIRTUE If you know The Sun. you like it already, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. i confidently looked for." (See New York
UXDEItND ued OF AN and you will read it with accustomed diligence A. 1\1. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 8:30 a m Sun 27-3-83.)
out of
Court Fourth Judicial the Circuit and profit during what Js sure to be Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m
Circuit for
Nassau Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15 AND GOOD
the most interesting year in its history. If a m *
Umnty, in alit in said Court determined, ; Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive atl:..........11:01
wherein do not yet know The Sun it is high Waycross daily a m
J. C. Head is you
plaintiff and John O. Night Passenger daily.
Arrive'at Thomasville ..... BOILERS
Donald defendant I have time you get in the sunshine. daily at. 3:17 p m ENiK!!
will sell levied upon and Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p m ,
at public auction in F. &
wurt-House in front of the J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m SECOND HIND. if
city of Fernandina, during (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive at Pensacola daily at..11:45 m
the legal hours of sale on the first TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.The GOING SOUTH. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 4:45 p a m ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES
Monday in the'
raid August, being fourth day of several editions of The Sun sent Leave Fernandina....................... 7.30 a. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at......10:10 a m Combined Orange Box pd 8hli.le 'Machine
month, the following described lands, are Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Eagle Gins, Saw Mill. Planer, Beuw. Jko
11'\1etl UpOI1 as the property of John O. by"DAILY mail, postpaid, as follows : Arrive Jacksonville...?......... ...... 9.10 a. m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Ask for Catalogue ana Prices before bnylng.RANDLE .
: E i of XE of NE 1. Section 30, -50 cents a month, $6 a year; with
Tuwnship! 2 N,1'LanTe 25 E E 1- of Section Sunday edition $7.SUNDAYEight GOING NORTH. cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas. all trans- & DUBAH HACK'S
Township 2 N. ; E-220 pages. This edition fur- Leave Jacksonville.................... 5.00p.m. Mississippi points. Pullman Buffet' and
IML j and 8 ill Block Range 6.25 Callahan S acres 1 of; nishes the current news of the world spe- Leave Hart's Road....................... 6.04 p. m. Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, Ol

?vuW of,lNE *, W of. NW i;, NE i cial articles of exceptional interest to everybody Arrive Fernandina..................... 6.40p.m. Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.)
EjJJ'Scc'ti} :! Pi3.' Township 2 N, Range 25 and literary reviews of new books of J&' Trains daily except Sunday. FAST MAIL.
acres, more or less : also, fractional the highest merit. $1 a year. SUNDAY' Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 2:30 p m
S1 fccction 2, Township 2 N, Range 25 E- WEEKLY-$1 a year. Eight pages of the EXCURSION.A..M. P. M. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m
u;acres, more or less.. best matter of the daily issues; an Agricul- Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 3:10 p m PATENTS
Terms cash, }purchaser paying for title. tural Department of unequaled value, spe-- Arrive Fernandina................10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m
JOHN A. ELLERMANN, cial market reports, and literary scientificand Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 Arrive at.Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m MUNN & CO., of the SciMmnc AMraicAir con-
Sheriff Nassau County. domestic intelligence make The WeeklySun Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at........., 8:17 p m tinue Marks.to Copyrights act as Solicitors for the for Patents United States Caveats Canada Trade
Fernandina, l'la., June 28, 1884. the newspaper for the farmer's house- Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m England; "France Germany etc. Hand Book about*
-_-- hold. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra CONNECTIONS. Arrive at Washington,D.'C.daily atll:00 p.m Patents sent free. Tblrt1-1'pvpn years'expertence.
Iu the Circuit Court Fourth Ju- copy free. Address. Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m Patents the SCIENTIFIC obtained AMERICAS throueh MUNN. the &largest CO.are best noticedIn and

di(' al Circuit I. W. ENGLAND. Publisher, AT FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting at Waycross with Through most widely circulated scientific paper. $3.20 a year.
riorida. Nassau County, The Sun. New York City. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room Weekly.formation.Splendid Specimen engravings copy of the and Helmti interesting fie A mer-in-
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars, Waycross to New York with- lean sent free. Address MUNN A CO.. SCIENTIFICAMXBICAK :
JANE 11. MOORE out Once 261 Broadway Mew York.
) UNIVERSITY HOTEL for New York on Thursday. change.
nrpvr.vs- t DIVORCE. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

L.'IAIi :\190 RE. J nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonuille daily at-......... 5:30 p m PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor -
IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT SEWANEE, TENX.IMI.A.'Z' CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m for improvements in old

: fig ed. that Berniah :Moore, the defendant and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at.-......... 6:20 p m ones. Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Marks
rd"ides Horn beyond the limits of the State of and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 9:00 p m and all patent business promptly attendedto.
n"i so that ordinary process cannot be 188-i. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.15 p m INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
upon him; now, therefore, it is ordered To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee Leave Newnansville daily vt........ 6:57 p m REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
that a hearing be had upon the facts Leave New Branford daily at-...... 8:20 p m ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
char and all points South West and Northwest
filed cd m complainant's bill of complaint, HOTEL NEWLY BUILT AND daily. ,' Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m ent Office and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
.in above stated cause, on the first Monm THIS will be opened on the 1st of Arrive at DuPont daily at..12:10 a m NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
October next.Jun June for the receptiou of Summer Visitors. To and from AT Palatka HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at-............ 2:25 a m ents in less time than those who are remote
JAMES M. BAKER, Judge. Situated on the Cumberland plateau, in the daily except Sunday. Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p m from Washington.
e <-Ji\o1. .), 18S1. 31-3m domain of the University of the South, and .AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Macon daily at.-............ 7:00 a. m When Inventors send model or sketch,
within six miles of the Southern Chautauqua With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:25 p m we make search'in the Patent Office and .

U.. K. 'AUKNIGI1T, grounds at Mont Eagle. it offers unusual at- Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m advise as to its patentability free of charge,

AGENT tractions for Summer.Visitors. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at-......... 1:25 a m Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
WIIOI..tS.\LE AND, RETAIL The passenger trains on the Nashville& With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
Chattanooga Railroad connect AT COWAN West and Havana, every Saturday; for New Arrive at Cincinnati daily at-...... 7:00 a m IS OBTAINED.We .
JJUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, with the Tracy City Railroad to Sewanee. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m 'refer by permission to the City Post-,
I AXDDealer .ttilJ'* The charges will be-per day, $2.00; Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p III master and to the Superintendent of thepostOffice
in Ice per week $10.00 ; per month, $40.00 ; for the every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:30 a m Money Order Division in Wash.
TE\NESg EE BEEF A SPECIALTY season, (three months), per month, $35.00. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at..12:20 p m ington. For special references circular,ser-
for and from Key West Monday' and Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m vice, terms, etc., addressC.
l\.tf'! BROOM STREET WHARF, AddressUNIVERSITY HOTEL CO., Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington ,dailyat.......10:25 a m A. SNOW & CO.,
FERNANDINA, FLA. 9 Sewanee Tenn. and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Opp.Patent Office. Washington,D'C. 2t

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# Messrs. H. A. and J.. W. Braddock arrived Hotel Arrivals. Clam Chowder MERCHANT TAILOR.
If.w here from Michigan this week. They STBATHMOBE. This, evening, ut. .' '
: will again engage i in the business of canning J E Hartridge Jacksonville; J Mizell and tf J. FRED LoHY.\ 's. R. G. IcQUITTY

_ s -: fZ.VQ A rEAl $T.OO FOR SIX.MONTHS family King's Ferry; F A Beilby, wife and
\ shrimp for the New York market. In the Panasoffkee A Passaic Lawns Has removed his business to the rooms
son, DeLand; E C Bushnell ;; the :New York Over
lY-t t '..' 4 "Reflection winter they expect to ship fish on a large Wronker, Ocala; Thos B Dick, Sanford; H Five cents a yard to-day only, at He has received an Bakery, on Centre 8treet.
z- t1t'P t4c I scale from tjiis port. W Clark, Jacksonville;' John A, Powell, 37'' MODE\ BRO'S. goods gentlemen's assortment and of seasna
wear is
: Rr ;c Mode's iron front is going up. Mrs. M. Beard and Miss S. Beard arrived .Robert'VhiteSprinb"S.Fla Gamble Geo;W P R Graff Rambo Philadelphia, Leesburg;; Buggy and Harness for Sale. ,i. to make them up to snit all tastes prepared in the

1 ; ,:. The tides this week have been unusually in this city from Tallahassee last week, Father O'Boyle. City; G C Floyd,T B Anderson Light Brewster Side-bar ,Top Buggy and ,' best. style..?* Repairing neatly dime.Fernandina .

;t high. to spend the rest of the heated term. :Mrs. Tallahassee; T H Woodruff, Pensa-: single Buggy Harness for sale very cheap, ,, Fla., July 12, 1834.
cola A T Boardman. Col I and Mrs Dancy
: bv G. R. HUBBY i
winds here mother of Mrs. G. R. Fairbanksand
I prevailed Beard is the
northeasterly *
G H Fleming T S Wilmarth J'M B Seck- 37 Mallory Line Office. -
\ on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. G. A. Beard of the Florida Railway inger, C W Hobbs, W C Matl erson. J E ::1 FOR RENT.]

', :. :Mrs. J. A.,Whitney is spending the summer & Navigation Company. Stribling Loton M Jones E A Hussey, Jacksonville Miss 'L. G. Watson DWELLING
; R H Burton. Palatka; Miss Blanch AND STORE
; Will Select Schobl for girls LARGE
!. months in Philadelphia. Frank Pope the Independent candidate open u young extensive
./. Nolan, Miss Celeste Nolan, Orange Co; G H .and children on Wednesday. September 17, ,yard-room and "anleru:
r -1 x J. II. Banta of the Sanford Journal made for! Governor, will speak at J.'cenmHall: to- Nolan,Jacksonville: C A Choate Tallahassee; 1884 in the house on Centre street, corner : attached, on Alachua street; suitable ,
Geo E Wilson G W Stewart J 0,, Pelot H large family or boarding-house. Posse'a
call this week. night. Addresses will also'be made by J. C. ; Seventh. Terms liberal.
r the Mirror a pleasant the candidate for Lieu- V Laighton, L F Fisher Chas Houck; J Miss Watson will also take classes in Decorative 1! can be given.about August lt.
Greeley Republican
.. : Rev. H. S. Yerger and family left for Tennessee Ming Jacksonville; J T MacMillan and wife Painting. Embroidery, etc. ;
tenant-Governor D. McKinnon Dr. Geo. f DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA
Miss Bessie McCormick, Gainesville; MajE STREET
on Thursday evening last.. References: Rev. O. P. Thackara Mr. I *
s Troupe Maxwell, and others. A McWhorter. Mrs E A McWhorter. Dr A. Swann. ,)lr. H. E. Dotterer..Judge C. V. 'I facing the bay; .has,eight rooms, large hall,.
Mr. B.E.Seegar has leased the Tourist Ho A T Barnard Mrs Barnard, Miss D G Watson Hillyer Major E. A. :McWhorter. piazzas, excellent well, etc.
S As will be seen by a notice elsewhere, the Miss Miss Lizzie Mc- ; I
I l' + tel and took charge of it last week. Mary Pettegrew,
raffle for the house and lot owned by the3iters Whorter. H S McWhorter. St.Marys: E J New Goods. I STORE AND DWELLING formerly occupied -
Nearly two hundred and fifty persons ex-. and Jacksonville F H Rand by Mrs..Fletcher, on Third street.
of St. Joseph, on Fourth street, will Triay wife : Large lines of new goods in depart-
curted to Brunswick on Monday last. Sanford; Edward Tracy., Willie R Barnett I
off the evenings of August 25th ment at J. & T. KYDD'S.For .
come o.n'
For terms etc.
Mount Clair; C E Dyke and wife H V R I apply to
i The Walls Independent Republican Club and 2Gth. There are only a few more chancesto Shrader. Tallahassee; John H Banta San. Sa'leo' Ii Ii i G. STARK.

'of this city now numbers: some forty members. ; be had,at $2.00 each, by'' application to ford; H Morgan and wife England.' A Southern Gem Piano, in excellent con-' Fernandina,, May 2,_ 18S-t.

"p + The Cleveland and Perry Club received the Sisters. dition. Apply at Tourist Hotel. tf ,FIRE WOOD AND
Range of Thermometer LUMBER!i
-- '",1 .., twenty-one additional members the past At a meeting of the Republican Executive
'. week. Committee held in Jacksonville this week UOBSEY'S FOR SAtE CHEAP :
DRUG STORE. Having recently established'a"Vood-Yard
.. Captain D. Maxwell and family, and those of the committee holding Federal -. near Duryee's null provided with all the EDGINGS AND SLABS,

Miss Annie Tucker left for North Carolina offices withdrew, under the civil service act. I.. .--. ---. .--.. Wind necessary machinery for sawing and splitting 10 cents per load.

t 'a + last Thursday. Dr. W. H. Pope will represent Nassau I csIt .C'1... M::.. a::.. FIRE-WOOD ROUGH LUMBER.

,, ,+ The Strathmore,on the beach,for the past county on the committee in place of Mr. C. 821 I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood From $.3 to $16 per M ft.,
t all V. Hillyer. Saturday.'August 9 78 85 83 I S.E. sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fireplace according to quality.
?, six weeks has been unable to accommate Sunday ..............10 77 86 84 S.E. at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD. l DRESSED LUMBER,
i4 applicants for rooms. :Miss L. G. Watson will open, on the 15th Monday ............11 78 84 184 S.E. J. A. ELLERMAXX.ESTABLISHED $12 to $20 per M.feet.

: The schooner:Dora ir. Hunt is unloading of September next a private school for Tuesday Wednesday..13.July 12 76 70 81 SO 80 78 77 KE.X.E.: I I i' Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.

a cargo of Maine ice for W. K. Bauknight at young girls and children in the house on Thursday .........14 77 81 180 76 N.E. -GO TOPRESCOTTS- I WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,

Broome street wharf. the corner of Centre and Seventh streets. Friday...............15. 76 80 I 180 76 I N.E. I I I I Steam Saw and Planing )IiII.
Office foot Centre Street.
P Miss Watson's references are unexceptionable 3
the attractions of the
I } t Not the least among ,
f 5F, that she will receive lib- MARINE.Port .
;, Strathmore are the regular weekly hops and we trust a f -FOR-
t eral patronage from our citizens. Her ad- .
there every Friday evening. of Fernandina. .
The Amelia P Schmidt brought 74,000 vertisement will be found in another column. =t.1 t- -I-It .1

'f, .1=, brick for )Ir. Downey's new brick buildings The Immigration Agencies of Florida have Saturday, August HIGH 16..WATER..... 4:9: A.M. .6:2 P. M. ;: MAGI3INERYI : I II

on.Centre and Third streets. been discontinued in of the Sunday, h 17..... 5:2 6:4: It I -I I
f consequence 1Q = '* I I I 1
..... 6:6 I
.ID. <>.O
The County Commissioners concluded exhaustion of appropriations for that pur- Tuesday ". 19...... 5:6 6:8 .. OF ALL KINDS,
$ their labors of equalizing the assessment pose, until further action by the State Legislature Wednesday, 20...... 5:9: It. 6:9 h
t ,. rolls for 1884 on Tuesday last. which meets in January next. Any Thursday, 21...... 6:2 6:8 -FORSHOES.- Go to F. M. Robinson
Friday, 22..... 6:4 6:7
Mr. Chas. E. Dyke, of Tallahassee the retired : inquiries on the subject of immigrationmust

S. veteran journalist of Florida; is stopping hereafter be made direct to Hon. P. ENTERED. I MANUFACTURER and DEALER,

1 with his wife at the Strathmore. W. White Commissioner Lands and Immigration Aug. 10-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
w naIl with to F. W. -
I Tallahassee ; passengers
The Silat C. Evans arrived here from New Simmons agent.

York last Tuesday, with an assorted cargo We learn upon pretty good authoritythat 11-S. S: City of Paiatka, Vogel, Pa

", of merchandise for A. B. Noyes and others. the National Democratic Committeeare latka. CONQUERS MALARIA!
4 13-S. S. Carondelet, Daniels 1,508
Mr. Jackson Mizell, the successful mill- desirous of having the senior United tons:; New York: freight andpasstngers.

4 man from King's Ferry, was in the city this States Senator from Florida stump the North to,R. W.South wick,

week with his wife, and took in Amelia and West. We had hoped to have the aid agent.
.. 14-S. P. St. Nicholas. Usina Savannah
Beach. of Senator Jones in our own State in this '
; with passengers to F. W.
Lake's new jewelry store is receiving some campaign, but we realize the fact that his Simmons, apent.

? handsome counters and fixtures. They were services will be of far more value to the 11-Sch. Edwin A. Gaskill, Wilson, II III

i made by Mr. '0. S. Oakes. the contractor for party among the large Irish population of Maxwell.Philadelphia, R. R. iron D. E. OSWEGO BITTERS :

that section of the However the
.. I, the building. country. 11-Sch. Amelia P. Schmidt, Pashley,
Senator has not yet decided upon his field N. Y.,-genl. mdse, to F. W. Hoyt I
The Mansion House is receiving a
labor. & Co.;
share of the summer business. The house 4 12-Silas E. Evans,Endicott, N. York
+ 1 4
r. is well managed and affords all the comforts We" have received a copy of the Annual pen'l mdse to various consignees. FOR

of a family hotel. Register of East Florida Seminary for the '* 13-David' W. Hunt Baker, Bath, ice
to W. K. Bauknight.
The bark Eddie E. Sleeper was cleared for annual session of 1884-5. In the register of CLEARED. I Dyspepsia Headache Indigestion Loss of
students note the of Messrs. G. F.
we names '
; Montevideo Thursday, by Col. J. C. Read, Aug. 12-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
t., 'wiUn 371,000 feet of yellow pine lumber, Waas, M. A. Williams E. R. Williams, and nah; with passengers by F.W. Appetite Dizziness Costiveness Fever

valued at $5,000.Mr. Miss A. E. Geiger, from this county, and we Simmons agent. ,

notice with gratification that Messrs. Waas 14-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel,
James Menzies, chief clerk of the gen- and E. R. Williams rank as distinguished Charleston. and Ague, General Debility, etc.
I eral freight office of the Florida. Railway & 14-S. S. Carondelet Daniels. 1,508
t students. We congratulate our young tons New York ;; :freight and
Company left yesterday on a
Navigation friends on their success and assure them passengers by R. W.Southwick, .
j '., short visit to Canada and the lakes. .
o l ,, ; that Nassau county feels a just pride in students Agent.
,+ ,.,;k '. Quitea consignment of sheep arrived here who thus reflect credit upon her. 15-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savan- TRY A BOTTLE OR A CASE.
nah with by F. W.
4's ; passengers
the Martfia. ship-
yesterday by They were
s On last of the most Simmons, agent.
L:1 ; ped by T. W. Higginbotham at King's Ferry, Saturday night one 9-Sch. Anita, Jewett Philadelphia,
t ''t and consigned to W. K. Bauknight. heinous crimes known! in the catalogue of lumber by Mizell & Bro.

infamy was perpetrated by a fiendish brute 13-Bark Eddie E. Sleeper. J. W. SleeKer -

':[;4 The Peoples Journal, a Republican weekly upon the person of an aged white maiden Montevideo, lumber J. C. FRED "W. HOYT & CO.,
; J. W. a colored .
published by Thompson,
lady. The details of the affair are too revolt-
; has out squarely for Perry. It "f IN PORT.
a man, come
ing for publication in these columns. Two SECOND STREET, ABOVE CENTRE,
s. t Sch. Edwin A. Gaskill Wilson.
:i supports Josiah T. Walls for Congress.
colored men. who were arrested upon suspi-_ Sch. Amelia P. Schmidt. Pashley.

Li .. ; The schooner J. J. Taylor,Capt. Mumford, cion discharged during the week, there Sch. Silas C. Evans, Endicott.Sch. .
i ..J'I i I which left Baltimore at G o'clock Saturday not being sufficient proof to hold them. A David W. Hunt,'Baker. FEFt:: : N .A..N :J:) :J: JSr.A.', :FW :L A..

4k ,; night arrived in this port at 6 o'clock Tuesday reward of $250 has been offered by the horrified Sch. J. J. Taylor, Mumford. --

1'- k ; ; I night-72 hours from port to port. and indignant residents of our city for Notice.
,, The Executive Committee of the Cleve- the arrest of the guilty party, with proof to The House and Lot on which the Sisters ,

:) 1 land and Perry Club have rented the old convict. The victim of this foul crime is of St. Joseph have sold chances .will be raffled -!
the of the 25th and 26th
Masonic Hall, Bronsoh's stationery sixty, of and has been for on evenings -=_
I opposite ; over years age, inst., at the Convent. 38-2t __= of
: .: I store on Second street, for headquarters more than twenty years a respected memberof

,t' ;w, 1 :; :- of the club. our, community. At last accounts she $250 Reivard.

j Mrs. C. W. Maxwell and children leaver was, improving. For the good name of our The citizens of Fernaudina will pay a f_

1 for Newcastle. Delaware. Mrs. Maxwell city, it is hoped that the authorities will reward of two hundred and fifty dollars for
: to-day
the arrest; with evidence to convict of the
t, Mr. A. :Maxwell, leave nothing undone and use all the meansat
j y, ,.; : accompanies George fiend who perpetrated the heinous outrage
.' :... ; whose family has been spending some their command, to ferret out the guilty on the night of August 9th, 1884, upon the
i ; brute. person of an aged resident.'
i + months in this city.
i -
'.4' ; x'A number of colored from the ,,' -, ,... .
large men i An Artesian Well. For the Citizens. -, 1: "''i 1j.r "'".' -- .. ;
.f ,
i, 'I ,; : construction force south of Panasoffkee, under i The recommendation of :Mayor Pope in Fernandina, Fla., August 141884. ..:-.J-;;"-=: '''''".o--.j'it.r-> ;&-;.";.:.!\:;!;;r'' ; ..IOlEI" :::' ';..'.".,. -ti r'Itf" ..-

t, ; 't: Mr. Kelly, returned here Thursday, "'iz.9". .5"lr.ell" ...;...;.; .. ....... .. .
: :; reference to a supply of water by artesian LiSt of Letters ';,ooj""V,:. '.. Ig. -rr--- =- -;'".....;, ...., -,
,,;jr i Laving been paid off. Their places have Jt; 1ES ": :'
wells is an admirable suggestion, which we
: I Remaining the Post-Office at Ferna di- i".J
been filled by others. ,, ,I :; '\,
r h- + : hope to see carried out successfully. The na, Nassau'county/Florida, August, 151884. "''''':>;' '''''' -1

8 j : '}Ir. Samuel D. Swann is spending a few question of water supply. is one. of supreme Persons calling for these letters must say .1_.._ :i

Ji r' ? weeks at Sewanee, Tenn. ,From there he importance: to the future growth of Fernan- advertised: ,3=;\ .I

,''k i ,: goes to Baltimore.and Philadelphia,where dina. Our city cannot exist without a sup' Birnbaum, A H Jones, Drucilla "'''

':: -' he will attend another course of lectures at ply of pure and wholesome water. No considerable Baker, Mrs Eller McComb. Tom ?

aJ :w : ,, i the College of Pharmacy. population can depend on wells or Bugg, Mrs Martha :Martin Mrs S C. ,-_ _

'" i ?, t.:; All the pulpits in the city are vacant !now cisterns. There must be a source, of peren- Barber Conzer,, Danie Robert )Barker Mainicro, G Lignor A .

t { \. except the Catholic,. the ministers having nial supply of pure and fresh water to maintain Dimen; Sams Polite, Miss Annie = -- "'. ---'- :- .. .
: -- .
... --_ :::: "' : .
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'on their summer vacations. Lay Services the condition of health for its popula Eliander, Mrs StaillotRoberson Alfed ., =-- -':-- _. -;;"' "- -='"
gone French A H Robinson and Booth -= .::: -"'-
tion. Jacksonville has expended nearly if ,. r' ..._- TI
held the church ..
; ? \ ,";': will. be at Episcopal Grattis, Mrs T G llaphile, Martha. qUTHPVl1CO.N
\ + during the absence of Rev. Mr. Thackara. not quite $250,000 for this purpose. Palatka, Green. C C Smith, James
I \ St. Augustine and Daytona have succeededat BobtTompson
Graddick, Thomas. Taylor,
,a v s The schooner Amelia P. Schmidt, with a A. B. IVOYE
'j' a small, expense in obtaining: wafer in Galzy Rufus H H
general cargo of merchandise for Fred W. Griffin, Sidney Wines, William W ,
copious streams by artesian wells. Let the '
;" Hoyt &Co.,also brought the iron, front, terra Henneny, Bibcham. Wilds, RevWoodfin DEALER IX
experiment be :tried at once in the .
upper John R
Hargrett ,
,. cotta trimmings, and other'fixtures for the ,
part of Centre street near the public square.A King Baptist. Wood,Walter
s i? Mode building, arriving on Saturday last. HEAVY ,
R Jenkins, Missi RachelWelon, Mass Emer ,
single well will test the matter at a cost of
Jones, Miss Dilsy. Wallace, Miss Julia
The schooner E. A. Gaskill, Captain Wilson
less than $1,000.MeeUng Johnson, Rev\Ji H. Williams :Miss Omie Hay and Grain Ship Stores
:P arrived here on Sunday last with 501 ,
Landrum, W S' Young,
tons,of steel rails for the Florida Railway L: of the Executive Committee. Mitchell, Rev Jas Young, Rev FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,

'' t Navigation Co. The Gaskill lost her mainsail There will be a meeting of the Executiveof S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. -

: :f during a gale off Cape Lookout, on the the Cleveland and Perry Club at their Ii : CROCKERY, HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE.

j j North. ,Carolina coast. Captain Wilson has headquarters, Old Masonic Hall, Second To Rent. -.----- --
The frame residence Centre
a telegraphed to New York for another sail, street, on Monday evening, August 17th, at street, two-story north side, corner of Eighth on street; Prices Low as the Lowest. .
I to arrive the Slate : .
he by
which expects of 8 p. m. conveniently located. Terms liberal. -,

t Texas. ;. G. L. BALTZELL, Secretary. H. E. DOTTERER. ,>:;N.!,E. corner Centre and Second StsFernandina, Fla.

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