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 30, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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=- lUlAXIJ BRANCH.* acteristics of the soil and climate of the Gulf j TIlE NEW'ORLEANS. &' !?OSITION. .- Ireland, it is admitted by the officials that Public Speaking. .:,

States created natural presumption that, the situation is still critical. There are still General E. A. Perry, the candidate of time f ..
As the time approaches for opening the p
THE 31.1'OCTE BETWEEN. XU\G'S FERRY AND they could grow jute' as successfully as India doors of,the"Yorld's Exposition at New Or- so many persons occupying a minute hold Conservative Democratic! party for Governor,, ,.!,

D.\RBn'ILLF.-TIIE BUILDING BOOM : and that its production is practicableand ing that another bad potato crop would with the following named gentlemen,.| :
leans encouraging from various foreign
reports -
IS THE COUNTRY, ETC. may be made profitable, seems now to" reduce many families to destitution. Thereare General, W. D. Barnes, lIon. G. G. Mcf'Whorter \..
and domestic commissions' indicate
BRANCH, August 27, 1884. no longer admit of.a doubt. All agree that parishes in which one thousand familiesare 'and R. C. Long, :and other dis-F'!
BRANDY that the riches of the great fair have been
tie Mirror: jute can be successfully grown in the cotton attempting to live on 1,700 acres of tinguished speakers will address the peopleof -
jailor 1)no tvcrestin at d. The scheme
means, (. ,
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correspondent recreatinghimself country. It can not only be grown, but arable bog land, with a limited allowance of South and East Florida at the foHowing-
While your has that it has been.foundnecessaryto
during last week among the rural grown in large quantities and very cheaply grown,, go erect additional.. buildings from upland. Very much more remains to be times and places : ,

of the On this point opinion is united,and there i is done by emigration and other means before "Wildwood 23d.. .'
citizens of various portions county, time, tb time to accommodate the increasing Saturday night, August J
of finding out the no .need for further argument experiment;! :: the congestion can be relieved Ocala, Monday August 25th. 1
le, had an ; number of exhibitors. :Three: and'possibly Micanopy Tuesday 26th. ,.;
the Jute is mixed'with cotton, linen and silk. The railroad all the August .1. g
feelings of the people in reference to *a four ,of the buildings :will be found to be shops over country Gainesville, W edge clay,August 2it h. ; ;
It is material of twilled stair -
different county..offices to be filled in the. a part carpeting larger than anyjsimilar erections. !: of any age are pursuing a custom usually followed at Waldo, Thursday August 25
election. So far 'as the-sheritIalty_ is and low-priced broadcloth. In combination or This fact' jthe: 'Exposition i this season of the year of reducing their Starke Friday, August 29th. .:a
next with other textiles it imitates the country. g; Lake Butler, Saturday 30th.. _
glossof August
)Ir. Noah A. Hicks stands pre- working forces. The shops of the Pennsylvania ., i
fairs that
concerned world's
Irish linen the lustre of French silk, the a preeminence amon..... Railroad U11lt'o Sanderson:: Monday, September 1st. j
Company at
cininentJy forward, and if n0l11111ated111 will be potential drawing: strangers from Baldwin, Tuesday, Septemlber'd.Callahan. .
beauty of the Turkish rugs, and the splendor hcr the mad instead discharging ,
receive the united and undivided vote of far away lands. Those who have made up I points along of Wednesday, September 3d.
Axjninster, Kidderminster: Brussels of the hands this will Fernandina, Wednesday night, September -
this part of the county. His various qualifications their minds to see'one world's fair haven any year, 3d.
and Venetian carpets. Single or mixed it -l"* f reduce the time from '
to say nothing of what he deserves thousands (; the opportunity of seeing the best example working ten to eight St. Augustine, Thursday, September 4th.

from the Democracy; and the people of the enters, into the manufacture a that has )'ct'bee'll devised in Americaor hours and to five days per week. The Green Cove Spring, Fruity, September.
articles of commerce. In 1872 there were in shops of the Shenandoah Railroad '
t eminently fit him for the important
county, mo> Europe. All lovers of good government are cordi-
Dundee about 100 jute mills employing'upward ( -' Company at Roanoke have
sheriff. In section of discharged 'a
office no
} There can be no such thing as failure ally invited to attend. .
the county have I heard his name mentioned of 20.000 workmen, and manufacturing With abundance of money ''in hand, and large number of hands in consequence of The Committee will announce other appointments :.

in connection with that office. but more than 180,000,000. pounds of jute the largest number of exhibits ever booked the repair work running out. for speaking shortly.By .

satisfaction and hearty approval. annually. In the same year nearly 50,000000 ,-. The that the Achilles order of Committee. .
with at an exposition, and thirty-five States and' reports Republican
of which madein S. PASCO
Regarding the office of tax assesor, as unimportant gunny bags' most were Britain fifteen foreign countries participating the (who is now a member of the ManhattanClub Chairman of Committee.For ,

as it may to many appear, it is Dundee, were exported from Great management may well feel proud of the :success New'York,) would take the stump for

necessary to be filled by one who not onlyis Of the 300,000,000 pounds of jute already achieved.' In addition to the Blaine and Logan before. the end of the Sheriff.
in the United s
competent, but one who is thoroughly that were products of art, science and industry of the: campaign seem'to be set at rest by the following I announce myself a candidate for Sh 'ritr.

conversant! with the situation and valuationof Kingdom, in '1876, 200,000,000 were were old world, such as have made other fairsrenowned letter which he has .written to' the of Nassau: County, and ask for the votes of .
in the of Dundee: The 1 > all the Democrats.
the property of the county, and who woven and attractive to remote dwellersof Plumed Knights a Republican CampaignClub BURT G. DYAL.
annual value of the flax, hemp and jute
knows every nook and corner of the same. the round globe.,ihe New Orleans creation -, declining an election as an honorary Callahan Fla., August 20( 18S4.
Dundee is now $15,000,000.' '
manufactured in ,
There is not a man so well posted in this has unique features.. member:
The jute factories of Dundee have created a W. R. NICHOLS, Esq., Secretary etc.- For Sheriff:
matter as the present incumbent: \V. H.' The Mexican garden of' five acres will .
flourishing city, giving employment to Dear Sir : Noting yours? and thanking you The nnnOtWfl'S himself
this ai
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Garland; for whom our people sec- contain one hundred and four varieties of fur the offer of <
an honorary membership
thousands of workmen, diffused prosperity' candidate for'Sheriff. :: of Nassau County, and.asks .
tion of the county will undoubtedly go. trees from every, 'part of the Republic. the political organization referred to, I must the support of the Democratic voters or

Our worthy county superintendent of throughout -large community, promoted Many of the woods have'" a high commercial ask you to excuse antI am quite out of the county at the coming election.
of Scotland in the importation politics! and don't wish i in to be
the commerce any way
schools Mr. W. L. is J. A. ELLER.MANX.
public Higginbotham, value and.yet: strange to say, some of them drawn into the .
of the raw material and the exportationof pending canvass. Fernandina Fla., August J, 1t84.
Jiardatwork: in advancing the interest of are practically unknown in the United Your obedient.servant.

education. The schools of the county will the manufactured product, and facilitated States. The ::\Iexiciin\ cedar, mahogany, ROSCOE COJVKLING. A Card.

open t generally on the first of October, but the movement of the cotton and grain Campeche logwood, saffron and linaloe' Conkling will be able to cry quits in November My name having been mentioned frequently .

some have been allowed to commence already crops of the world. that has a }perfume that never leaves it, are when the Stalwarts will be more in connection with the position of ,

in those places where the patrons and ''I What has been so successfully accomplished all trees of great' value j in commerce. The than even with the Half-breeds. :Sheriff: of Nassau County, I beg to state thus $
in Dundee can be done with a still publicly that, while I appreciate the good
trustees desired it. The superintendentsays in the United States.We timber growth of Mexico 'is practically unlimited Boise is the capital of Idaho. There is no offices of my friends, for various reasons..
: there will be a five-months' term this and there is .boundless wealth in Capitol building as yet, the Legislature personal to myself, I cannot accept the posi-
and the
year, which speaks well for the managers of can not only spin weave many untouched forests awaiting the hand sitting in a hall hired for the purpose. TheGovernor's tion. In thus declining the honor I beg to
fibre, but we can also raise it. to friends that in the incumbent
say my present -
the schools.
public of enterprise and industry. executive office is in a brick .
derive the profits of of the office they have a man better-
We not only can
The people living along the St.Iary's: also enrich Should the Exposition succeed: in making dwelling only one story high. The new suited for the position'than any other man

river between lI lliard's and Davis' ferryare making the fabrics, but we can known to the people of the world the riches Governor, Bunn, arrived on the, day of a in the county, and ask. them to support

: agitating thd question of a mail route ourselves by the two-fold economies of-the .of-the North, Central l and South American circus. The proprietor proposed suspendthe him at the election. :
and of the H. C. PICK .
growth Err.r :
by a continuation; of the line already run- .There are also important incidental_ advantages forests, it will have accomplished- at its close morning perfornmauee-an hold..the celebration -* :* Callahan; Fla.;':Anhttst27-1884:+*...uMfray;7..f ..

ning from Kinds Ferry to Hilliard, and a highly important mission. ,But what is in the tent. His offer was acceptedand .
of this tillage. The vigorous, lux- -
thence up the river to Baldwin or Darby- said of trees may be repeated in different the circus people joined in the proces- Passaic Lawns
of the almost extermi-
ville. This proposed line will be between uriant growth jute and more precise language of tropical fruits sion. A platform was erected at one side of Five cents a yard, to-day only, at
from the soil in which it is
twenty-five and thirty miles in length, nates weeds that are to be brought to the great Exposi- the ring, and on it sat eight ministers and a' 37 MODE BRO'S.Miss .
while the bitterness of its juice repels
and will pass through a very well settled tion. The different varieties of figs; grapes, Bishop. The tumblers, bare-back riders,. L. U. Watson
the attacks of insects. It has been found
country. oranges, mangoes, bananas, pine-apples and and acrobates waited until the close of the Will open a Select School for young girls:
fields surrounded belt of
that cotton by a -
Our enterprising townsman Richard B. many rare fruits will be shown growing celebration, when the tent was cleared, the and children, on Wednesday, September 17,

Brown, having grown tired of living alonein jute were exempt from the depredations of upon plants or trees, thus presenting a rare people bought tickets, and the second,show 1884, in the house on Centre street, corner
fields in Seventh. Terms liberal.
the world, slipped off last week and got the caterpillar while unprotected Northern While the departments
spectacle to eyes.. began.
suffered from its :Miss Watson will also take classes in Decorative -
married. The bride. Miss Martha Z. Thompson the same neighborhood of forestry and horticulture] will The Voudoos of Louisiana-those negroes Painting Embroidery, etc.
is the \'ages.-A. B.HURT, tn Vicksburg New South. References Rev. 0. P. Thackara, Mr. S.
lovely daughter of Mr. Wm. be the largest yet seen, the other featuresof who still make the eve of St. John an orgy :
A. Swann, :Mr. H. E-Dotterer, Judge C. V.
Thompson of this county. The nuptialswere the such the cotton '
ONE TERM ONLY.A Exposition as sugar, of weird incantation-were recently viewedat Hilly, Major E. A. McWhorter.,

performed on Wednesday evening the mineral, machinery, government and live- the funeral of a negress, one of the queens
l""Oth at the residence of the bride's New Goods.
father at stock exhibits will attract scarcely less atten of Voudoo. In a shanty she lay in fantastic

3 o'clock, in the presence of many people.The JACKSOKIAN REMEDY FOR EVILS BESETTING On her head of Large lines of new goods in every depart-
tion.The garb. was a garland bay
ment at J. it T. KYDD'S.To .
ceremony was followed by a magnificent MODERN POLITICS. actual results already obtained are leaves, while about her neck a dead snake

supper and dance. A man in office has had an enormous advantage quite sufficient for the management to basea was twined. The fitful light from a bunchof Rent. I

The many friends of Mr. John Bachlott, a in securimg a renomination and prediction upon;< to the effect that the resinous pine cast a smoky glare over a The two-story frame residence on Centre

merchant at Polkston, Ga., will be painedto great power in affecting the results of elections coming World's Industrial'and Cotton Cen- hundred negroes, who, with joined hands, I street conveniently, north located.side, corner. Terms of Eighth liberal.street ;;

hear of his death, which occurred last .and party in power has made its tennial is to be the largest, most completeand sat on the ground and swayed their bodies H. E. DOTTEREP.

week atthat place. For some time past he dislodgment a difficulty almost amountingto satisfactory of the nineteenth century. back and forth to the rhythm of a monotonous -

had beep in ill health and at last fell For. Rent.A .
a vic- ----------- ------
revolution. Even now it is assumed by droning song ever and anon letting out
tim to the ravages of consumption. lIe was ITEMS OF INTEREST.It store-and. dwelling on Centre stroet.
that it is the duty of the Then march
political managers an unearthly scream. came a
J. A. :ELLERM.NN.Elite .
about: 45iyears; of Apply to
abge.NotwiChstanding Administration' to do something to aid the is expected that the production of winein by torchlight to the grave. The torches were

times : the complaint "hard election of one of the candidates presentedfor California this season will be nearly dashed to the ground, and the dance above Printing.Cards. _

'improvements are still going on the people's choice and subordinates in double that of last year, or between twelve described was repeated with such vigor this LetterHeads, Note- Ilea+h. BilfHeacb -

here. Mrs. Mcdlellan: is about completing the service' are still expected to cont.ributefrom and fifteen million gallons. time that many of the dancers had fallen to ,.Statements, and every description of
her dwelling house Printing, neatly executed Ht this offic? .
on West Railroad street
this .
their earnings to promote object.Mr. the earth from sheer exhaustion. Then the
and Mr. John The mayor of New York says that im-
Thomas is making preparations Cleveland does well to give this:: clothes of the dead woman were thrown into Post-Office Notice. '
authorized law will
to provements already by
erect his. dwelling :Mr. W. S.
soon. matter so much prominence, for the remedy the ; one garment at a time, some of
grave Hours From 8:00 .
to 600 .
Motes, who lives} in the next ten years entail an increase of Office _A. 31 ; p. :z.
now in the
;; out country, of the evil is essential to the vindication of them being torn in two before being cast in. Sunday hours, 10:30 A. 3[. to 11:30 A.;3. ,
will from 00,000,000 to 70,000,000 in the city
\ work upon his dwelling Orders and Letters from
commence the principle of government by the people.In Money Registered

next week.+ Garden sites, peach orchardsand regard to the remedy his suggestions are debt. List of Letters 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. 3[.; and from 2:00 r. n
There was a time when Egyptians took to 3:30: r. )1.ARRIV'L .
orange groves are being opened in various clear and practical. In the first place, the Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi-
directions. pride in keeping the mummies of their an- AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAIL.'. 1-
President should he disqualified for re-elec na, Nassau county, Florida, August 30, 1884. '.
cestors out of the hands of impious infidels, Transit d' Peninsular Railroad- .,
fever is prevailing) among tion. This would remove from him all Persons calling for these: letters must say Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:00 a,. M; '

the people, though; it is of a very light; type, temptation to use the power entrusted to but specimens can now be openly boughtfor advertised: Brings mails from the North, the :

probably caused by the rainy weather we him for the benefit of'the whole people to $25 to $100, those with well-authenticated Bradley, Colonel McFura, Cloria Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular ::

have had for the last two months. Otherwise degrees being the most valuable. Copeland. I )Muck James railroads.,
promote his own succession in office.. Then Richmd Neal Mrs Mander Closes daily except Sunday..._...... GOO; M \I..
Cummings, ,
health is good. the selection and,retention of subordinatesin Maine is opening her eyes over the fortune Crews, Joseph Price, Green Takes mails for the North, the .

The musical\ mosquito serenadeth still, Government employment should depend she sinks in potato bugs every year in the Davis, Mrs G Robberts, Bristo Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular ?

and will 1 probably continue till the chillyeves their ascertained fitness and the valueof form of Paris: green. One dealerin Portlan.d Durricks, :Emma J Rafe, Cornelia roads.
upon Leesburg train arrives clail8:30. *. jr. :
of:autumn give him consumption. has sold ten tons, this year, and he has no Elltaler, Roberts. C M ""; '
their work. When this is fully dividedfor Gohnson, JohnySteel., Miss Lizzie ((2)) Brings; Western mail only. .
TOM. doubt that farmerS the State have
:;_ in all established civil service system it Harris, Phillip; Simon, Wilson Feinnnruna Jacksonville Ra'ilrMd.
JUTE. will become impracticable to use appointments scattered over their fields a hundred tons of Kyser, Henry Whi ttemore. Martin Arrives daily except Sunday........ 8:.>0 ;a.. }I.Brillh'S .

The to reward services and the the poison, at a cost of 50000.. Jacques, D H Wooten, A L the Jacksonville and St. ,
introduction of a new and staple product party .Jackson, R II Williams, Miss Pora John's river mails. -

second only to that of cotton in value power of politicians in and out of office to Plans have been prepared for a ship canal :McCall, W G Washington, Georges Arrives daily except Sunday........ 5.00 B-* rst .

and importance into the agriculture of Mississippi control the action of the people instead of across Ireland from Dublin to Galway-a Young, Angeline.S. Brings mails same as above. -

is now ,confidently anticipated, and submitting to it will be broken. distance of 127 miles. The estimated cost T. RIDDELL, P. M. Closes Takes daily Jacksonville except Sunday,St.John's'......... :f O... 3t. ;,,

for of various sizes is follows For ---- -
Appears to be a question of a very few years. )lr. Cleveland's suggestions in regard to ships as : Call for a County Convention.The River and Northern mails. >:

A number of planters, fully impressed with this matter carry a weight and significance ships of 1,500 tons, $40,000,000; for ships'of Democratic voters of Nassau Countywill Closes daily except Sunday........_ 5:30: J&. 'sr.'Warranty : ,

the folly of bcin; dependent. upon a single rarely credited to political utterances, be- 2,500 tons $00,000,000 ; for ships of 5,000 hold a County Convention at Callahanon Takes the Jackson villerSt.John's .:, ':

money crop and Imxiously seeking the best cause his own conduction has always been tons and upward, 100000000. The plans Saturday September 13th, to nominate river. Northern and Western mails' -; ;

means for diversifying: the industries in'accord with them and have have been prepared by a London engineer. .two Representatives for the Legislature. Sunday MailJacksonville -
agricultural fully we
Fads. The Districts :are entitled to delegates as and St. John's River,

of the State, have carried forward every reason for confidence that he woulddo assisted by Capt. follows: arrives........._...........10:25 .. st.

experitilt the:present season with a fibre, all in his power as the head of the From the Black.Forest of Germany come Precinct N o..L.................:......10 delegates... Northern mail arrives.........._. ''9:00 P. )t. -J

new to the agriculture of this National Administration to give them effect. most of the fine agates; The smaller stonesare Precinct No. 2_......... ...............: 2Precinct Jacksonville, St.J oh n's Itiverand ._
vluch country, No. 3........................... 2 i. the North, clones.... 6:00 J.. n.
gives promise of results of the ]highest lIe has never sought any of the nominations made( into beads for necklaces, and Precinct No. 4........... ............-...3 Jacksonville and St. John's River

practical importance. which have come to him,.'and has never numbers are useless because badly pierced or Precinct No. 5.......................... 4 only, closes...._... 4:00 .p. M.

Public attention, first directed to the production permitted or encouraged any one to work I chipped. A knave bought a quantity of Precinct No. G........... ......... ...:. 4 SAML.T. RIDDELL. P. M

n of jute J the these modern beads and is them Precinct No. 7....:..................... 5 "
by of for them in his behalf. He declared selling
Department Agriculture has Precinct No.8......................... 3 "
has grown and increased, and: the that it was the business of the people to again as antique. In Vienna they are Precinct No. 9_........................ 8 and Jlorfgage Deeds. "

cMnmenfc which have followed. have in make nominations, and every effort to se- Roman, in London they are Celtic, and in Precinct No. 10................:..:.... 3 u T" INEN PAPER-GO CTS. PER DOZEN.

.every instance confirmed, the opinion that cure his nomination for office has come Nantes they are Gallo-Roman. Precinct No. 11........................ 4' ." I j. Samples- sent upon receipt ,of 2-cent
Its H. J. BAKER, Chairman.J. ,stamp.
to growth as a staple product may be made from the people and those representing :Although the work of assisting emigra-' A. EDWARDS, Secretary. AddressFLORIDA )[II ROR. .

assume rfnatbnal importance. The cliar.1 them.-Aeic York Times. tion has been temporarily suspended Feniandina, ., August 23, 18S4 20 Fernandina, Fla.


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; : :: :" I, '. LITTLE BROWN HANDS." basket. You are'the; first'human be I regular night of.it:I guess we'll have." I twittering of the birds in a leafy forest. to a'beautiful." belle. 1 1

4* ; ing I have,, seen, in hou.rsand I have So it proved. Joel could riot go to Would it not be'ciuel to drag her out Richard's heart swelled with pride 1 1
,,wJiUS :,r. I Tli'-v drive JaUll1e the cows from. the'pasture; dined on a few berries. I must have "town,Y" as the little.Y station'five' miles before, cold-eyed criticism and vul- and pain.Jhy had he been'so tanlv,l 1
t ':' t Up, throu h the liuijr) .h.ul"I"w. supper soon' or perish. I l have no distant waS designated, and the- nightset gar comment arid merciless: dissection ? Why was she not his acknowledged., ]
/ ".r. ,, :; W'Jh.ore| the quail) whistles: loud in the wheat idea how far I am from Benton Sta- in storming:furiously. Richard i ,. He half dreaded_opening hernfirst, [letter fiance now ? Why, indeed !
: M ,,. : I } tie'.dAll 't'llcJwith} ripening grain.T.hfy tion where I was to join my friendsat not at all reluctantly, accepted the after his return. He felt sure it lIe had no opportunity to see her 1
: 7 o'clock. And npw.it is 5." cordial irivitaticfarto remain until mor- was one agonized cry of loneliness and alone that evening. But on taking
.. find in the thick \
'::{:i- : here: -scarlet-lipped waving grasses strawberry Oh," said Lisle, i looking very ning. A train! went to Lake Resort, despair. Yet he was conscious of a his leave he asked if he might call the '
: ',' t t 'i' grows, sympathetic 'indeed, you are to' be at 6,'but'as at di ,hour, it'still rained, keener sense of disappointment than following afternoon. ;
a ';':. I Thfy gather the earliest snow-drops, his comfortable relief when he found it instead Yes
pitied. You are five miles .from he turned over upon of was, she would be charmed to
:# : ;,'"; !.;, A'uii the! 'first crimson buds of the rose., Benton Station, and you must be couch and concluded to wait until a very pleasant; friendly letter, relat- him."

i- ;ii ; 'j'!' They Til toss gather the hay the in elder the blooms.white.meadow hungry, I know. Well, now, you may evening. He was i iri no haste to leave ing occurrences at home, books she He called at the appointed hour to
&;i ,, .,' They ley find( where: the dusky grapes purple. go home with me-it is just half a Lisle Ashley's sweet presence. He had read and their ideas of them, witha find Senator Romain just before him,
,"" '''';' In the soft tinted October light. mile from here. Aunt Ruth'will have idled away the day in a delicious fash-; polite reference to the pleasure his and two other callers came later.
$ ...t tTh ..,' know where the apples hang ripest, supper ready, I know, and then you ion. Lisle sat over a great basket of visit had given her. Not a letter She entertained all graciously, but
f ,' And are sweeter than Italy's wines, will be welcome. And the hired man mending, while he read aloud or which he could find faint with, yet Richard left without a teteatete.He .
:, They know where the fruit is the thickest is Benton Falls this talked his rich letter all.
oil the long thorny blackberry-vines. going to evening.You to her in thrilling not a satisfactory at was obliged to return to Albany
can ride with him." voice of foreign lands and people. In his reply there was more of ardor that evening, and business! detained
; ; They And gather build the tiny delicate castles of sea sand weed; "But the train goes.at 7.:' "How well she listens. So few and warmth than ever before. It ;,,him there several days. When he
-. I They pick up the beautiful sea shells, Well, there is another at 9. ,And people possess that accomplishment, was a long time beforehe,, receiveda, ventured to call again, he found her
; Fairy barks! that have drifted} to land.i Joel may go early enough to get up too," he thought ; and he found she reply to this-so long that he grew gone out for .drive with Senator
'i; i Thev wave from the tall rocking tree-tops for the 7 o'clock train. I will help had read a great deal, and had been' almost desperate with suspense. Then Romain.
; 1 here the oriole's hammock nest swings. him with the cows so he can get off." several years at school in a distant there came a brief letter telling him Mrs. :Medcalf, her, hostess, entertained -
An T5y l at a song night-time: that a are fond fondled mother in sings.slumber Richard glanced down at the slen- city. When he went' away'that eve- that she was about to start for New ,him with aiinaddening;: account
,, &JttJ i der hands and wrists. ning he asked' fie\er if he might; send York city on a visit to an old school- of the brilliant Senator's devotion.
Those who toil
;:-', ? The humble and bravely poor are become strongest great;: You milk cows ? Impossible !I" her some nice books to read. mate. I' Such a success as dear Lisle hasmade
s'' 1 And from those brown-handed children he said. ",I have stacks of them," he said, "She went abroad two years ago, ,at once," she I said. I am quite
"; Shall grow mighty rulers of state. Oh, I. do not make a business of "which it seems selfish.in me to keepin and made a somewhat romantic mar- charmed, though I expected it.
f 1. The pen of the author and statesman, it," Lisle answered calmly : but I trunks now I have read them. riage a year later," Lisle wrote. "She Demure and unassuming, and simple as
't LAV The The:,word noble} and, the the wise chisel of our and land palette, can do it when occasion requires. I You might as well enjoy them, and I has since returned, and has all winter she. was, ,at the academy receptions.
Shall be held in the little brown hand. would not be a thoroughly genuine am doing something toward a return been urging me to 'visit her. I go Lisle was always a belle. She would
I 1 ._ -New Haven News. country girl if I did not. Now hereis for ail your kindness.So next week to remain a month or two. look absolutely plain some days in her
: fence, to'climb, will you please go he; sent the books and a note I hope you will find time to run up quiet dress and with her still ways,
j HIS LITTLE RUSTIC. first and then help me over ?" with them, of course:; ; and of course and call while I am there. and in the evening she would astonishall
.i "I thought country girls always Lisle replied, and letters followed for Richard laid down the letter with by her exquisite toilets and bril-
a't's. :' The situation was romantic. leaped the,fence," said Richard, as he several weeks. And then he ran almost a chill at his heart. liant manners. The society youths
: lIe was l leaning over a rail fence, ,sprang lightly over and gave her his down to Benton Station to pass Sun- His sweetheart in New York And and the staid old intellectual professorswere
fsiJjjjHK .!wiping his warm brow with a some- hand. day at Uncle William's", farm. she "hoped he would call Why equally y wild over her. I always
what soiled but very handsome They can do it, but they do not After that he came down every had she not allowed him to escort heron thought she would make a brilliant
C' ul 1 handkerchief, when he discovered always display their agility on every week or two until October.. They her long journey? Was it not his marriage. ,,1 have been urging her fora
t 'a her.' occasion," Lisle retorted, as she step- read and talked" and walked 1 and right? Why did she treat him in this year"to come to New York, but she
,. She was kneeling in the grass a ped to the ground at his side. There drove together, and it was heaven to distant manner? He went to New seemed fascinated some way with that
j little way off, hunting! for wild strawberries is uncle William's house-that redone I Leslie and Eden to Richard. He was York before she had been there two lonely country nook where her uncle
J which she dropped into a over yonder. And the' white : deeply in love with the girl's inno- I. days and called; but she was not resides. I am. so glad I dragged her
1 partially filled tin pail. cloth is hanging out of the attic win- I cence, sweetness and unaffected good : at home. out of it, arid what,a handsome couple
; I :; Her sun-bonnet had fallen back; dow, to tell, the men inl,the hayfield' sense. He was fascinated with the She was the guest of people of ,:she and Senator ;Romain do make.
.j-4,r I abd now revealed, 'a very flushed face that' supper will be ready as soon as repose and calm of his quiet retreat, wealth and fashion, he judged, by Everybody speaks of it."
ci i 1 1s :llll{ a tumbled mass of brown hair. they get down to the house." so unlike the restless rush of his whole appearances. And again an uncom-: 'Richard th'ought that he would go
,it, : J He thought her profile very pretty, How delightfully primitive life is life. He felt as if he could live and fortable query arose in his mind: mad before he got away. Would that
1' land her wrist, as it was disclosed below out here?" mused Richard. I feelas die happy and contented with Lisle How would she appear in this new woman ever cease talking ?
'' :.l : her, print sleeves, shapely and if I was i iri another world from the his only companion if he could remain element? He had an opportunity to But how amazed he was to find! that.
1- 1 : white. He wished she would look up one I left this morning." here. But the world, his business judge ere many days had passed.On the little rustic, whom he had feared
..: as he was growing curious concerning You are from Lake Resort. I sup- duties, lay elsewhere-in a, world of his return, disappointed and unhappy to present to his circle of fashionable
the color of her eyes. He felt sure pose?" commerce"and fashion-and lie did that evening; he found a hand- friends, was a belle who had always
x they were brown. Yes, I have been there a week : not ask Lisle to share that world with somely engraved card awaiting him, been able to shine in society.He .
;- i Just at this moment a''whirr of my home is in Albany, New York. I him. He went back to Albany in October asking his presence at No. 1,280 to a went hom'e and wrote her avery
.t. : wings caused him to turn his eyes in was 'induced to come to Lake Resorton without having committed him- reception given in honor of :Miss Lisle humble little note, asking her to
i'r .. : :' ''another.direction, and he saw a covey account of the fish and game in self, yet knowing that he loved and Ashley, He did not make any attempt be kind enough to appoint an hour
It'{ of wild prairie hens, just sitting upon neighboring localities. But I came was loved by Lisle. to see her before that evening. when she would be at liberty to see
,'1 :; an angle of the fence in near range. out here this morning, and have All his happiness he found in her Somehow a sudden barrier had risen him without her satellites."
:it, i ; He lifted his gun quickly to his tramped all day and never shot a letters. Other women seemed false between him and the idol of his He received a pleasant reply by
i ;.: shoulder, took aIm and fired. bird." and fictitious when compared to her. dreams, which 'rendered him slightly return post, stating the hour when
y ,, The birds all flew away unharmed. You tried, though," said 'Lisle, Still he could never think of her in afraid of her. It was with a great she would be at liberty and pleased
\ : But the girl in the grass gave a little mischievously. But here we are these circles where he had been raised. deal of trepidation and many fears to see her old friend."
I shriek, and sprang up so hastily she now ; please take a seat on the ve- Her simple grace and unaffected man- that he presented himself on the eve- He kissed the little note as rapturously -
G- i tipped her pail of berries over, and randa in the shade,while I tell Aunt ner would seem like a lack of, polish ning appointed at No. 1,280. as Lisle ever could have caressedhis
et. '' ">'' ,! they all disappeared in the long, Ruth I have company to tea and help there. She would be cruelly criti- When he entered-he was late-he letters in her lonely days upon the
d .; tangled grass. her, pick over the berries." cised; and how would she ever man- found himself in the midst of a bril- farm.Yet
a Oh, how provoking !" she cried, in .,,( I a tone! of real vexation, as she looked of nature she is !" thought Ah, no He did not feel quite them his intimate acquaintances. And stately young lady who greeted him,
; t LI ;1 ,;down at her empty pail. Richard, as she disappeared. Sweeteves equal to the occasion. And yet he presently he descried the object of his with :Mrs. Metcalf at her side:; and
;: !: "Allow 1; me to help you to pick and mouth and a pretty figure, was wretched without her. He wrote search across the ,room, conversing :Mrs. Metcalf never left the room for
t, "' 1 : then up," said our hero, gallantly, as and so simple and unaffected. Ah her tender letters, full of love and easily with Senator Romain, the most one moment.
,, ''S ; ? ..; he Sprang over the fence with an easy that is what attracts a man after he is respect ; he called her the star- of his intellectual man of his circle. Lisle was cordial and gracious, yet
''"kr bouind, and went to his task as lightly worn out with the artifices of the world life and the light of his heart; he Yet was it Lisle? She was dressedin Richard felt as if a thousand miles lay
: +i i'' f' as if he had always picked berries and disgusted with the shams of so- spoke with eagerness of their next a beautiful trailing garment of rich between him and the girl, whose
: >_x 'f illt I : from tangled grass for a livelihood,. ciety. What an ideal life one could meeting-at holiday season; but he material, which fitted her round figure charm and sweetness and worth he
: ,l+ : i instead of attending to the foreign lead here with such a companion as never intimated i desire or intentionto perfectly, disclosing her lovely throat had been conscious of for many months,

k 1 ; business_ of one, of_ the largest, __ commercial _- that, far from! _all the din and turmoil have her with him in his eastern and bare arms.... She. ...wielded. a hand-. but whose entire suitability for_ the
; houses in the world. He picked and strife of the world." home. some fan- with skillful- grace, and station of his wife he had doubted, or,
L L ; ; i i away in silence for fully five minutes Tea is, ready, sir," a very sweet As for Lisle, she poured out her charmed the brilliant Senator with at least, had questioned.And .
'a l lr ; !! without looking up. voice announced ; walk this way, if heart to him-all its wild sorrow, terrible her accomplished art of listening, as now he would have given half
It was now the young lady's opportunity you please. I suppose you would liketo loneliness and sweet affection well as with her bright repartee.Just his life to know that he could win
A ( i ; for inspection. She saw a wash your face and hands, perhaps. thrilled through her written words. as, Richard 'approached her,
11 l l'u I i; medium-sized, strongly built figure, YOU may step into auntie's room at Her letters were a source of mingled her hostess advanced from'an opposite her.Had he lost forever the golden opportunity -
4 : : )I do&ed in a hunting suit, evidently) the left here." delight and despair to him. To be direction and without seeing him, or for perfect happiness by his
r ,' : } ne\Ji I; a head of closely cropped hair, How pretty and restful and home- loved by so charming a woman was not conscious that he had not yet paid tardiness and blindness and stupidity.So .
,, : I i Ii; suspiciously> near ,baldness upon the like the rooms were ; how dreamilythe the most exquisite happiness ; yet his his respects to her guest, bore her off it seemed. His efforts to see her
l l' { crown; a peculiarly pallid complexion sound of the mowers"came in, heart was tender and he could not to some new suppliant for her favor.It alone proved unavailing. Someonewas
r ;ja very handsome mustache, well through the open window ; how moth- bear to give her pain. He could only was half an hour before Richard hadan always present when he called.
,. jp -. waxed"and glossy and, as he lifted erly Aunt Ruth appeared in her big pray that the time might fly, that he opportunity to reach her side. Sometimes Senator Romain, always
'r, ? 1 \! them, just then, two very liquid and apron, as she greeted him with cordial might seek her presence. He:passed Then he had only time to give her the Mrs. Metcalf.
:. :. ': ,'. ;> j languid blue eyes. simplicity, touched with a slight awe the holidays with her. In her neat formal greeting of the evening, to Has your hostess constituted her-
I ;,' f I" Yes, they are brown he said, of his city origin ; _how charming 'the cashmere dress, and with the sunburnall hold her gloved hand one moment, to self a body-guard of one to protect
E :,;; -. mentally as he met her glance. Aloud: table appeared to his hungry eyes, bleached away, she was prettier meet her calm, sweet gaze with reprov-, 'you ?" he asked, in an ungraciousaside
a : T .,; 4*' I,. think your pail is quite as full as with its healthful, country fare. than when he had parted with her. ing, searching 'eyes before she was one day, when he was thoroughly
,. :' it was before,.mademoiselle. I shall You had better sit right down- And before a blazing wood fire they again called away. irritated by that lady's seeming un-
-,; i \ : I take,pleasure in assisting you to, com- you and Lisle,'' said Aunt Ruth. passed delightful hours with books She was a social success, and became conscious of his restless, eager manner.
: :.': jpletely! fill it, if you will allow.." "' Joel will be gettin' off to town, now and with each other. immensely popular. "So naive, so Lisle looked at him with questioning -
Vli > h And his' smile and glance, and the about 6, he says, if it'll accommodateyou Ah, yes, it was a beautiful dream. ; bright, so simple and childlike, so surprise and disapproval.
't:4 li :' } perfect modulation of his voice, was as any ; and the 'men'll be here in a But would it not become a painful i cute," were some of the expressions "I desired :Mrs. :Metcalf to assistme
,"" J delightful to Lisle Ashley as it had few minutes, so it'll be pleasanter for reality if he transplanted from Richard heard applied to her as the in entertaining all my callers,''
'V.i: i ';'; been 'to a score-nay, to a hundred- you to have your tea before they her native soil? She was sweet rather I evening wore on. she said. '
? '' women before her. come." than handsome ; she listened A wild rose.in a hot-house atmos- You were not always so conven-
i .1 i]. I-I thank you," she stammered, ; And Richard sat down to a teteTa-; rather than conversed? she was simple phere," he thought. How long be- tional," he retorted, and I see no
'I --v ; *' but I.have enough for tea now, and tete tea with Lisle, in her print gown and unassuming rather than pictur- fore she will lose her freshness and need of it now."
;tf i *t ..v r :j it islate: and I must go." and with her slightly sun-burned face, esque in attire. She would not be 'at sweetness, I wonder. Ah, how lovelyshe Her face flushed slowly.
't. But you have not enough for tea guiltless of powder, and enjoyed it home in his world, and constrained is I never dreamed she could be Customs in country farmhouses do
*l* ,I ::if I take tea with you," said our hero, more than any stately dinner whichhe Aunt Ruth and loud Uncle William, so lovely. And yet ,1 would rathersee not correspond with those in conven-
,with the irresistible boldness, occu- ever attended, where ladies lured i would they not be a laughing stock her in her print gown. How dare tional society, you know she replied.
a,,.t., ; : i pied ,with a respectful demeanor, him with beautiful faces and sumptuous for all his circle. Yet how could he these people discuss her so, my own Besides, I regret having disobeyedthe
,: \which was one of Richard Westbrook's costumes and glittering jewels. leave her again ? Still, he did leave wild rose-my love !I" strict demands of custom heretofore
1 I ?mot!; -,'akin1qualities with the ladies. Then in came Uncle William,with her, with, only be true to me, little His eyes followed her wherever she and shall strive to make amendsin
.. 'j J If as! man's manner, glance and tone his loud voice and his burly frame, to sweetheart; I shall come again in a moved. Such easy grace, such an unconscious the future.*
1 -rf are "oly respectful and deferential, break,the spell, and half a dozen red few weeks," as a, 'promise asked or air of her own loveliness, Arid then she asked Richard if he
: I i nothing pleases a woman more than a faced and perspiring farm hands with given, or a hope to lighten the dark such conversational abilities as had seen the painting Mrs. )[etcalf
a j. ;certain amount of boldness in hist him. gloom, for Lisle. He felt unhappy or she possessed. Senator Romain was had just purchased, and so changedthe
: .jwordsand i \ actions. Storm coming up from the north- miserable as soon as he left her. Yet heard to say that she was one of the conversation. He had left her,
r ; g f- *' Ypu see," he continued, in answer west," he ..said.U my hay'11 he would go again soon. most charming women he ever met. wondering if he was the victim of
h a f t! t (ito her;) look of surprise, I am lost. I catch it; but ,I've only half day's It was, after all, very delicious to And she was one of the loveliest, it some strange nightmare, or if this reserved -
; !left) a.!.party of friends this forenoon, mowing down. All the rest up at have such a sweetheart hidden away seemed to Richard. Her fashionable' and conventional young belle,
i t,+. : 'land I' wandered through the woods in noon. Neighbor Brown has three in a sly nook where no one knew of coiffure, her elegant toilet, the touchof of whom he stood in such fear, was
j : ii : ;seirc1h,:: :; of game, until, I am completely acres lying yet. I'm lucky for once. her-where their wooings were as sacred powder on her complexion, completely one and the"game with the sweet girl
';,' ,, :h wHc1er.' d. They have the lunch Whew! there comes the thunder! A i and as free from gossip as the transformed the pretty rustic whom he had seen picking wild ber-
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a fc,v'; months before and whose Till 'DEMOCRATIC. PLATFORM I\ i must be effected without depriving AlIIeri-1 Under the long period of Democraticrule p.'IXE ,: ; '"

n tes heartbroken r I letters used to can labor of the ability to compete : and policy, our merchant ma- : ? : :::
tender, fully wich i labor, and ) _
foreign without imposing rine was fast u.rtaking'und _
his for Following is the Platform as reported by | on ..
1 bring tli* tears eyes m. pity !lower rates of duty,than! will be ample the point of outstripping that

her loneliness l after his visits. His the Committee, and adopted at the Chicago to cover any increased cost of production of Great Britain. Under twenty years .ofRepublican r MILLINERY:! .1 I IAT .

better be shed for pity of National ConventionThe : which -may exist in consequence of the rule and policy, our commerce .

tears might higher rate of wages prevailing in this coun-' has been left to British bottoms and the e..............................-............................
himself now. Democratic Party of the Union try. Sufficient:> revenue ,to pay all expensesof American flag has been almost i-wept off the

He heard; rumors of her engagement through its representatives in National the Federal Government economically high seas. Instead of the Hel'uhlic.1I1I'arts -

Remain as the days \voie convention assembled recognizes that as administered, including1 pensions, i interest British policy we demand fur the people of
to Senator the Nation grows older, new i issues:: are burn and'principal 'of'the public debt, can be got the United. Statesman American policy. Under '
on, aflJabroad !ll made up, his mind 'to go of time and progress and old issues; l perish, under our present system of taxation from the Democratic rule and policy, our KIJTO'SBAZARm

and to go without trying:; to but the fundamental principles of the Democracy the custom-house taxes on fewer imported merchants and sailors flying the stars 3mItript'.s

He could not bear the approved by the united' voice of articles, bearing the' heaviest on articles of in every part, successfully searched S
gee her again. the people, remain and'will ever remain as luxury and bearing the lightest on articlesof out markets for the varied products of American m -
confirmation from her own lips of the the best and only security for the continuance necessity.We .
1 he should feel of free government. The preservationof ther ;denounce the industry; under.a quarter of a centuryof BONNETS, RIBBONS,
report, and yet ,! compelled abuses of the Republican rule and policy, despite' our
1 to rJer to'it if he saw her. Sojie personal rights, the equality: of all citi- 'existing tariff and subject to the preceding manifest advantages over all other:nations
zens before the law, the reserved rights of limitations, we demand that Federal taxa- in ItS.
high paid labor favorable climate and FEATHERS, LACE FLOWE
lit' his farewell: letter. ThisWas the States and the of the Federal -
wrote r supremacy tion shall be exclusively for public purposes teeming soils ; despite the freedom of trade '
letter( Government within the limits of the Constitution and shall not exceed the needs of the Gon-
his ] ; among all these the United States,
: Fiehns
abroad will ever form the true basis of ernment. economically administered. The A Fall Line of Elegant Laee and Mail ,
fewday their'population by the foremost of
leI 'am going in a races
]> ] liberties and I be .
our can never surrendered of direct taxation known Inter-
system as men and the annual immigration of the .
few ?, tor a protracted stay. I without destroying that balance of right nal Revenue," is a war tax, and'as long as young, thrifty and adventurous of all nations CRAPE LISSE RUCIIINGS.
again before leaving and powers which enables the continent to the tax continues the derived there
.hall not gait you .money ; despite our freedom here from the
with, you are too painful! be developed in peace and social order; to. from should be sacredly devoted to the relief inherited burdens of life and industry in the Linen Collars and Kid Gloves'..
Meetings be maintained by means of local
government. of the people from the remaining burdens Old World monarchies their
with interviews. costly wars,
when contrasted past of the and be made fund
\\'ur, a to defray their navies their vast
\nd 110th'at I hear the current report But it is indispensable for the practical the expense of the care and comfort, of producing standing armies consuming despite non- All of the Latest Styles.:
; twenty
: of YOUr betrothal to Senator Ro- application and enforcement, of these fundamental worthy soldiers disabled. the' line of duty years .of peace,, that Republican rule anti
principles that the Government in ,the wars of the Republic, and for the have FANS PARASOLS
policy managed to surrender to Great CORSETS.
feel brave to '
tTlaltl, I do Tot! enough should not always be controlled by one political payment of such pensions as Congress may Britain, along with our commerce the con-

$ good-byO.; I do not blame you.Ileal' party. The frequent change of administration from time! to time grant to such soldiers alike trol of the markets of the world. Instead of ':'.
ay is'as as a constant fund fur sailors havijig Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.Croquet .
for the very heroic treatment necessary ( been .already the Republican party's British policy, we
recurrence to the popular will. Otherwise provided, and any surplus should be pai'dinto demand, in behalf of the American Democracy -
administered I habeen
YOU han. me. \ abuses grow, and the Government insteadof l the Treasury. an American policy. Instead of the

wealc-almost cowardly-in some being carried on for the general welfare We favor an American continental policy, Republican party's discredited scheme and --r-l I..t ,
becomes( an instrumentality for imposing ++ I I t I : I I I I I I I ; : : : ;-+i4- ;
rejects' ; tKI wonder if you are diseased based upon more intimate commercial relations fal-e pretense of friendship fur American I +

with me. Yet, now in this, heavy for burdens the benefit upon of many the few who who are govern.governed .with our sister Republics of North, labor expressed by imposing taxes, we demand tUlllIE R G.\1I I ES. t
in behalf
Central and South'timerica, but entangling the Democracy freedomfor
the last letter I shall ever write to The public servants thus become arbitrary alliances with none. the American laborer by reducing taxes 41 II II II II II t f (i--I I ;:-+i ;:-I-; ; : 11- -;-+-

I want, to tell you that I have rulers. We believe in honest money, the gold and to the end that these United States may
This is the condition of the
' now country. silver of the Constitution and circulating compete with unhindered for the
the love of a powers
one great my Hence is demalllh.l.Th
given you a change Republican Sets Base-Ball Bats
medium convertible into such primacy among; in all the arts of i
lifetime.tl 'and, that if I thought I could party, so far as principle is concerned, money without loss. peace and fruits of liberty. ii i

ever win ytiu for my wife, I would be is remiss enriching in practice.those who It is control an organizationfor its Asserting the equality of all men before With profound regret we have been ap- MARBLES, KITES, ETC "

; ma- the law, we hold that it is the duty of the prised by the venerable statesman, through
willing to serve seven years-yea, chinery. The frauds and jobbery which '.,.
in its with ,
Government, dealings the people whose was struck that blow at the
sev/n like of old. But I knowI have been brought to light in depart- person ;
every I
twice to mete out equal and exact justice to vital
principle of republics (acquiescence in Grass Hammocks and
ment of the Government are sufficient to Large : : Esprsss Wagsnz.
have ('ginned away my day of have called for reform within the Republican all citizens: of whatever nationality, race the will of the majority) that he cannot per- f

crace,1' and a. better man has won Yet those in authority made color or persuasion, religious or political.We mit us again to place in his hands the lead- -

: May God bless both 1 I reckless party.by long possession of have believe in a free ballot and a fair ership of the Democratic hosts for the reason KING'S BAZAR ,: i
von. you count, and we recall to the memory of the that the achievement of reform in the administration it
hare in my possession a package of succumbed to its corrupting influence, and people the noble struggle of the Democratsof of the Federal Government is I.
have placed in nomination, a ticket against 45th and 46th Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.. Fernandina. ,
letters I think you would like returned which' the independent portion of that, partyare the Congresses, by whicha an undertaking too heavy for his age and

Be kind enough to state to in open revolt. Therefore a change is reluctant Republican opposition was com- failing strength. Rejoicing that his life has
pelled to assent to legislation making been until
every- prolonged the
had demanded ; such a change;: was alike necessary general judgmentof R. A.TJSTI3NT: :
and when
what address, just they where illegal the presence of troops at the our fellow-countrymen is united in the ,
in 1876 but the will of the
best be sent. So large a parcel might: then defeated, by a ,fraud which people can never was, polls as a conclusive proof that a Democratic wish that the wrong were righted in 'his f :;
Administration will preserve liberty with person) for the Democracy of'the United \XtJFACTUKER: OF
excite commmnt'if sent to you at Mrs be forgotten nor condoned.. order. **
States:> we offer him in his withdrawal from
)Ietcalf's. I will send or leave them, i the Again people in 1880 and a was change defeated was demanded by the lavishuse by The selection of Federal officers for the public cares, not only our respectful sympa- Tin 1 beet-h1on WareAND

carefully sealed, at any place you des- of money contributed by unscrupulous Territories should be restricted to citizens thy and esteem, but also that lasting homage -

ignate. And now, again, God bless contractors and shameless jobbers who had previously We resident therein.laws which of freemen, the pledge of our devotionto : DEALER IX:
oppose sumptuary vex the principles and the cause now insepa-
you, and good-bye. bargained for unlawful profits or high office. the citizens and interfere with individual rable in the history of this Republic from

RICHARD WESTBROOKE. The stolen Republican and its boughttenures party, during of its power legal,,has its liberty.We favor honest Civil Service Reforms and the labors Samuel J. Tilden. ALOJ R rrl d K T TVJi V

Twenty-four hours later he receiveda steadily decayed in moral character and political the compensation of all United States officials With this statement of the hopes, principles ,

tiny note addressed by Lisle's hand. capacity. Its platform promises are by fixed salaries; the separation of the and purposes{' of the Democratic Party,
now a list of its failures. It has squandered the great issue of reform, and a change in
His heartgrew faint as he broke the Church and State, and the diffusion of free
the administration is submitted to'the
hundreds of millions to create a Navy that peo-
education schools that
seal. How could he endure to read by common every ple, in calm confidence that the
does not exist. It calls upon Congress to child in the land may be taught the rights popular
the formal words he knew it must con- remove the burdens under which American and duties of citizenship. voice will pronounce in favor of new men, ,
shipping has been depressed. Jt imposedand and new and more favorable conditions for
tain, after the warm sweetness and has continued these burdens. It professes While we favor all legislation which will the growth of industry, extension of trade i

tenderness of her former letters 1 a policy of reserving public lands for tend to equalize the distribution of property, and employment and due reward of labor I I

How could: he go through the taskof : I small holdings by actual settlers ; it has to the prevention of monopoly and to the and of capital, and the general welfare of .,mronnnllmlamuuam" I IFg
strict enforcement of individual rights the whole : __
the till country.
given away people's heritage, nowa
sealing and returning those precious few railroads and non-resident:! aliens, individual against corporate abuses we hold that the

missives to their author, who might and corporate, possess a larger area welfare of society depends upon a scrupu. .
have been his wife if he had not beena than'all our farms between the two seas. lous regard for the rights ,of property as' defined -
by the laws. We believe that labor isbr.st
It for free institu-
fool and knave. He drew out the professes a preference rewarded
a ; where it is freest and most
tions. It organized and tried to legalize the
tinted sheet from its sheath and read: control of State elections by Federal troops.It enlightened. It should be fostered and

Richard-:-If you can return the professes a desire to aid labor; it has subjected cherished.We .
favor the repeal of all laws restricting
the American to the
working men
heart which has been since the
yours competition of convicts and imported labor.It the free action of labor and the enactmentof

hour we met, then return the letters professes, gratitude to all who were dis- laws by which labor organizations may 4 C p ,70C
31 o. ; LESLIE. abled or died in the war, leaving widows or be incorporated, and of all such legislationas s cWMdA Of the Latest and Most Approved? Patterns..

it left to the Democratic House of will tend to enlighten the people as to
When he went abroad few months
a 4
the true relation of capital and labor.
the first effort to ALL iUDS
Representatives equalize COOKIIG UTEXSILS OF
later, Lislie went with him-his wife. both the bounties:! and pensions. It proffersa We believe that the public lands ought, as ,

.. pledge to correct the irregularities of our far as possible to be kept as homesteads for
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FALSE BUTTER AND DISEASED tariff; it created and has continued them. actual settlers; that all unearned lands di ,,4tr *n s Y 9 LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,.
heretofore improvidently! granted to railroad
Its own tariff commission confessed a need
FOWLS.or .
of more than 20 per cent.. reduction ; its corporations by the action of the Republican WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
party should be restored to the publicdomain *:
TAYLOR'S Congress gave a reduction of less than 4 per ;
Rf.srLT ritor. EXAMINATIONS cent. It professes a protection of American and that no more, grants of land
IIOW 1*> DETECT OLEOMARGARINE.Soon manufactures; it has subjected them to an shall be made to corporations, or be allowedto e :(; { 5l DRIVES"WELtS A SI'Et'IAITYTIN'

aft| District Chemist DeSmidt had increasing flood of manufactured goods and fall into ownership of alien absentees.

Concluded: his investigation of pure hutter hopeless competition with manufacturingnations We are opposed to all propositions which, AND IRON ROOFS PUT OX.
and not one of which taxes raw mate upon any pretext, would convert the Gen- for Tin Gutters promptly filled.!
oloemnrjarine: from samples submitted eral Government into a 11 'chinc for collect- + Wind Mills for pumping water or running

l hy local dealers, says the Washington Post, rial.It professes to protect all American industries ing taxes to be distributed. :among the Statesor light machinery promptly erected on order.

Prof. Thomas. Taylor of the Department of but ,it has impoverished the many to the citizens thereof. l Church. Factory and School Bell for sale

Agriculture, began a series of microscopic subsidize a few. It professes the protectionof In reaffirming the declarations of the De- s' i at a bargain.
observations American labor ; but it has depleted the mocratic platform of 1856, that "the liberal drf h iv i 1 y .Jj2J' Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
; of butter, fats and domestic returns of American agriculture an industry principles embodied by Jefferson in the Declaration XP@ p, T a ONI All goods delivered at the various tran<.- I

fowls. The professor has just finished his followed by half of our people. It professes: of Independence and sanctioned portation stations within the city free of

report, which is full of interesting. information the equality of all men before the law, and in the Constitution, which makes ours the charge. All sales fur cash. ,
concerning the above Several attempting to fix the status of colored citi- land of liberty :and the asylum of the oppressed : J eus (h'lenM. "
; subjects. -
zens, the, acts of its Congress were overset oi"every nation, have ever been car- CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.. '. I
hick domestic fowls were examined and by the decision of its courts. It accepts a dinal principles in the Democratic faith! Opining December 1,1834: Closing May 31,1885,1 ,.;
dissected' On the intercostal muscles bor- new duty in leading in the work of progress we nevertheless do not sanction the importation I Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884.

dering on tV, ribs and along the'lining of ,and reform, and its caught criminals are of foreign; labor or the admission of -UNPKK TllJi. AI'-ot'WI'S TIIK- ---- -----------------

the abdominal permitted to escape through continued delays servile races unfitted by habits training, religion UnitedStates GovErnment.Appropiiated B. SOYES.e .
cavity of the fowls, thousands A
actual connivance in the
or kindred for
prosecu- or qualities, absorptioninto
Successor to W. A. SANnoR'r: ),.
of parities, varying in size from the tion. Honeycombed with corruption the the great body of our people, or for citi-: (

Print of a phi, to that of a small pin head, outbreaking of exposures no longer shocksits zenship which our laws confer. American Wholesale and lletailDealer in
WI'r djSCOvt red moral sense. Its honest'members, its independent civilization demands that against the immigration $1.300,00 ,

'Troin *' journals no longer maintain a or importation of Mongolians to l hy the ienrral! ovcrmnenl. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SRI STORE:,: ; ,
tin-- result of these investigations, succssful contest for: authority in its counsels these shores our gates be closed. The Demo-, .,

'aYI! the report: *' U seems probable that a or a veto upon bad nominations.That cratic party insists that it is the duty of the $500,000 CHOICE WISES: AND: LIQUORS HAY,GRAIN,

1'% il'ralJlc amount of the disease a change is necessary is proved by Government to protect with equal fidelity ,
; prevailing of than l I" the Cili/. of New Orlt Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near "
ni an existingsurplus more $100.000,000'which and vigilance the rights o'f its citizens, naturalized CoiilrilxiUd -": : n"
anitj American domestic fowls I Steamboat
} has yearly been collected from suffering Landing. ';
a at home or abroad. To the end ':. ,
may: be due.tplhe presence of such para- people. Unnecessary taxation is unjust that this protection may bji, assured..United $200,000, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .:

parasites.: h'he suggestion is made tha taxation. denounce theRepublicanparty States papers'of naturalization i issued by the I A Appropriated l h v Mexico.: '

carbolic: aci.dr other disinfectant be sprin- for having failed to relieve the people .from courts must be respected by'the executiveand Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas: C.

kled crushing war taxes, which have paralyzed legislative departments our own Government I $100,000 Evans. Special rates Merchandise ;tin
in and .
\ abut t nests and on the floors of business, crippled industry, and deprh"cdlabor and by all foreign powers. It i is an I
the henneries to keep down these destructive of employment and of its just reward. imperative duty of this Government to efficiently j Appropriated l hv the St.ite of Louisiana. large for Hazard Manufacturing Compa ''

insects. f : The Democracy: pledges itself to purify the protect all the rights of person antiproperty i $100.000 nv's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-th....
Administration from corruption ; to restore of American citizen in for ,
every .
Deferring best in the world. .
to the :observations of '
1)1! '. samples economy; to revive respect for law ; and to eign lands,. and demand and enforce full I Appropriated by the,City of New Orleans.. I Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATEDPLOWS. ;
and:imitations, the report states reduce taxation to the lowest limit consist- reparation for any invasion thereof. An "

that a vast tracje' has sprung up in the production ent with a due regard to the preservation of American citizen is only responsible to his From $5000 to $25,000, I Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- '.

of artificial i butter, and that beef, the faith of the nation to its creditors and own Government for any act done in his I' Appropriated bv InniniirrthU Mates, Cities VILLE. 33 ',"
\\'ine pensioners.Knowing. own country, or under her flag, and can and Foreign Gnuttries.i ', '
and vegetable fats are used in such full well however that 'I L : :
legisla only be tried therefor on her own soil and i State and i the Union I j -
Territory n
manufacture, ;.8:0m: of the; samples received tion affecting the occupation of the people according to her laws, and the power existsin Every and nearly) ailttie! Leading Nations represented and I! BOOKS AND STATIONERY. i:

b-v the AKricii1iral' Department resembled should be cautious and conservative in tabs Government to expatriate an American I Countries of the World.: I I
true butter method not in advance of public opinion, citizen to be tried in any foreign land' I : :; -;'.. ,-
set nearly as to deceive pers ns responsive to its demands, the Demo for The Biggest Exhibit the Biggest_ Building and the .
skilled put any such act. This country has neverhad I HORACE DUE. :: '
ill dairy butter, while other samples cratic party.is pledged to revise the tariff in well-defined and executed foreign policy !- Biggest Industrial ,Eient in the d"_.

Were so impure that they contained portions a spirit of fairness all interests. But in except under a Democratic administration. I I World's History., I II It ; "
of making a 'reduction in taxes, it is not That I )ookseller. Stationer, ;
animal tissue pro- policy' has ever been in regard .' _
: blood vessels and other imPurities APPIJCATION 1)(: K\IIM5II I.Rr.ADYRr.CrlVK1COVRR "
posed to injure any domestic industries, but to foreign nations, so long as they do not I Dut/)(- 'AI'K *VI'A tir.t:ATM: : .VAKIKfYOK I JD Printer and Binder. ': :
rather to promote their healthy growth.. act detrimental to the interests of this country I :-caitci'Tti eXt1tirrtn.IXKu\N 1IK: : IIU.>KOK", AXV I !

I'rt'f Ta 'h) -fIrnishes; the following sim- From the foundation of this Government or hurtful to our citizens to let them I 1, --:- I I -,

lle' test fur detecting imitation butter the taxes 'collected at the custom-houses alone; that as the result,of this policy we II I i ,The cheapest rates of tmve. ever known m I School Books and Orange Wraps '
nnn.il1'of secured for the
" Combine have been the chief source Federal reve recall the acquisition of Louisiana Florida, the tr.tn-.port.Uion i
a drops of sulphuric acid nue. Such they must continue to be. Moreover California and Mexican peonie everjwnerc", !
with adjacent territory For information audrcsc Xo\\, A SPECIALITY. "
tile shall butter I will assume first an opaque whit- upon legislation for successful continuance, acquisitions of Democratic statesmanshipwith Director. General. I. .1- C. C. E., I -- '

'isl "yollow color 1 and after the lapse of So that any change of the law must be at the purchase of Alaska: the sole fruita Matt QRLEi c. LA. I., jar Liberal discounts to ;,Teachers: and
about t"l1 every step regardful of the labor and cap- of Republican Administration, of nearly a "
minutes it will change, to a brick tial thus involved. The process of reform quarter of a century. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue, free onapplication. .' '. .
red Sale. ,
Buggy and lla".ness'for '
Ofcomansarine.. made of beef fat, when must be subject in execution to this plain. The Federal Government should for care -' 's ,

treated in tine saute manner, changes at first dictate of justice. and improve the Mississippi river and other Light Brewster Side-bar Top Buggy and :, :

to clear amber I All taxation should be limited to the re- great water-wl 'S.of the Republic so as to single Buggy Harness for sale ,very cheap 50! W. BAY STREET, ; j
talentS" after the lapse of about quirements of economical government. The secure for the interior States easy and cheap by G. R. HUBBY, I __ .,, ..'
minuted to a deep crimson." necessary reduction 'in taxation can and transportation to tide-water. 37 3Iallory Line Office. JACKSONVILLE ;FLATTHE .' ; : ,

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F Y t p..1: ,,J1 III:" 1:t,LOl1DIU1' ] '.0 la.. served by sending him to represent CLEVELAND'S LETTER: magnificent view to encounter bleak, I NOTICE OF ELECTION.To -

: !:; The letter of: of Governor ;
them? In direct antagonism to the acceptance r; winds and a chillingly low tempera- .

,i ;,;. : GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. majority 'on all points he could Cleveland like the man- 'I';. ture, and coming to this elevated All and Singular e Sheriffs. oft th

.,4 :, ,tfubfecription 83 per year; six months SI.i command no influence social or po- brief,> clear, business-like.: He tells place where we are simply lifted up State of Florida:

\ ,r- ** *** litical. On the contrary, as he has us in the plainestmanner, where,he j I: as it were into a pure and clean atmosphere KXOW YE, that I. JOllY L.CR\WFORD
:Office corner Centre and First.streets second floor. of State
of the State
:- 1 ,-.r.w. .. been offensively a partizan on every stands'and ,,'hill.h. .proposes ,to do ': with all our usual sur Ida do hereby notify all and singular of Flurl the:

; : RATES OF ADVERTISING. if elected. No .need this Sheriffs of the several Counties
to of
inline We here the
& '.... possible occasion, always arrayed; roundings. see as good of Florida that State
'I t j.Tqn cents a line for the first, and five cents for plain letter to ascertain its meaning.Mr. .
with, the New England representatives roads as are found anywhere, an
t V-jadj.}(subsequent insertion. A GENERAL ELECTION
""at, ". EI{'Ciallocal notices,15: cents a line.:, 'on all public measures, Elaine's letter proceeds on the almost level surface, slightly undu- will be held in each i in
? : .:'L Reading notices,25 cents a line. that the President is the : County Florida uu
i he is regarded )Washington as a supposition lating, drives in all directions, villages Tuesday next succeeding the first Mondav
; \ Special rate for time advertisements
?t '; 't*j cation. at the office. upon appli representative Maine Republican in- government; ; Mr. Blaine, therefore,. and 'farms, orchards and gar- November being the A. D. 1884, the said TuesdaV*
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a 1 .R. '-> I. ...M stead of asa:: Florida citizen. Rarely poses as Blaine, the representative of ,dens. Several trains a day, a double Fourth day or November,
Cc-mmunications upon all matters of local inter-
.w .A est ,elicited from all parts of the county and fromi and for brief intervals in the State the isms, opinions, platitudes and daily mail service, telegraph and For a Governor and LieutenantGovernorof
i ftloijfr the lines of Florida notions of Mr.\ Blaine. The canvass the State of Florida,and for four Electors!
: railways. he has assumed to represent, he is express conveniences, etc. of President and Vice-President of the Uni
"i :j' All communications intended for publication
'' not in with their is upon his theory Mr._ Elaine's can- of Floridians ted States;
:+. |should .be addressed to'tlie Editor: all business. sympathy feelingsor Quite a colony are For one Representative of the First Congressional
"letters simply to THE FumiDA MIF.COK., their interests, and from the nature vass, and the political platform is here this summer and Florida is District: of Florida'in the 1 Fort).

t j I..;' -,',, ,SATURDAY, AUGUST SO.r 1884. of the case cannot be serviceableor Elaine's platform. On the directly well represented in 'the university. ninth.For Congress one Representative of the United of States tlll/; Second

i : useful to Florida in the halls of opposite principle Gov. Cleveland Among the latest entries are,the sons Congressional District'of Florida in the For

,3. I JHE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Congress.The recognizes the fact that the delegated of Dr. DeWitt: of San Mateo, Mr. ty-ninth Congress of the United States.
4 And on the same day a General Elec-
;' i! Democratic, nominee, Mr. wisdom of the,majority of the,American Morgan of Tallahassee, and Judge tion will be heldIn
'GROVER FOR PRESIDENT CLEVELAND: Charles Dougherty, is in every sensea people- have set forth their views Doggett of. Jacksonville. The latter the County of Escambia for a Senator

j of government succinctly in the Democratic from the First Senatorial District;
of the
representative man people. young gentleman.made a fine record'at
*' i OF NEW YOm In the County of Jackson for a Senator
': : : I -----' Experienced in legislation, honored platform, and have selected the East Florida Seminary at from the Third Senatorial.District;

',;'..' 1 : FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: by the Speakership of the Assembly him as a fellow Democrat entertain- Gainesville,.and will no doubt make for In a the Senator Counties from!the Calhoun Fifth Senatorial and Franklin District

;: )r' r.,; THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of the State, courteous in manner, ing the same',views, to be the exponent his mark here. The schools of the ;

t i. OF INDIANA. affable and in his intercourse of their views of government. In the Counties of Liberty Wankulla:
1 ;" engaging university are filling up with fine for a Senator from the Seventh Senatorial
+. FOR GOVERNOR: with all, he, unites in his favor -. Under this most democratic and specimens of youth from all over District In the; County Jefferson for
a Senator
:, :, EDWARD A. PERRY, the sympathy and good feeling just view of the relations of a candi- the South. from the Ninth Senatorial District;

".' of his fellow citizens. date to the people Mr. Cleveland The hotel here this In .the County of Hamilton for a Senator
.w j OF ESCAMBIA. Young, ear- opened summer from the Eleventh Senatorial District;

: 'I.' ----- nest, energetic and ambitious of success quietly accepts-the nomination and has been well filled and quite In the County of Alachua for a Senator
from the Thirteenth Senatorial
'" ; i FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: ,, he will carry into the public fully recognizes and accepts the unequal to the demand for accom- In the County of Bradford for District a Senator:;
,;. MILTON\ H. MABRY, views of enunciated by from the Fifteenth Senatorial District.
r. ,, service the elements of a useful public government modations. There are several pri- ,
j : : : OF SUMTER. : In the County of Putnam for a Senator
":< 'I : _____ man. Public spirited, generous the great party which nominatedhim. vate boarding houses, but like Flor- from the Seventeenth Senatorial District;

'- g' = ,.: FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: and enthusiastic in his nature, he The canvass is to be the Dem- ida, the demand is always for more. from In the the Nineteenth County of Senatorial Marion for District a Senator;

,4'i' t fl; ; 'i ,CHARLES DOUGHERTY. will 'earnestly promote the interests ocratic canvass not the Cleveland If some of our hotel men in Florida, In the Counties of Dade and Brevard fora
Senator from the Twenty-first Senatorial
: : OF VOLVSIA. of Florida and work canvass; the issues at stake are not Mr. Lee for instance the District
', in perfect ,accord enterprising ; .

j IJVlIO!' i : SHALL REPRESENT THE II!I with Col. Davidson 'and. our Mr Cleveland's personality but the proprietor of the,Everett and San- ,from In the the Twenty-third County of Sumter Senatorial for a District Senator

},, 1 I i I SECOND DISTRICT Senators in procuring the passage of principles of government which 'he ford House,' would come here and ;In the County Walton for a Senator

t i 1 is to carry out. The man is nothing, from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District;
t The people of Florida have a very measures beneficial to our State. enlarge the present accommodations In the Counties of Polk and Manatee fora

': : jreat interest in the choice of their :Mr. Bisbee would be a lone, soli- principles are everything. Reformin he.would have as large a patronageas Senator from the Twenty-seventh Senato-
rial District
t' ." representatives' to Congress. \Ve tary figure, isolated in every way the government is demanded ,by he could desire and a much lon- In the County; of Volusia for a Senator

need faithful from the who control the Democratic party. Reform in season than he has in Florida from the Tw ntyninth.Senatorial District;
w ,- working, representative men legisla- ger or In the County of St.John's for Senator

,, Inen."r e have far greater interests tion, isolated from the body of Southern the government is demanded by the than the usual watering place resortsat from the Thirty-first Senatorial District;
better (but in the partyhelpless) On the same day an election will beheld
representatives who can and the North. The season begins in the County Madison for a Senator

Agri-'cultural. ; do assist each other, isolated moreover portion of the Republican party. here in June,and keeps up until the from the Tenth Senatorial District, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
,: -Our seacoast of a thousand miles, from his colleagues from his Reform in the government is demanded last of October. The Gulf States of Frank AV. Pope, who was elected Senator

t. 1 our harbors, our tidal rivers and own State, he would be in CongressMr. by a large number of peo- visitors leave home early with their for Election the term held on of four the first yean Tuesday, at the after General the

i ; great interior highways., need at :: Bisbee, M. C., and nothing more. ple who belong to no political organ- families and do not care ahout returning first Monday of November, A. D.:1882;
t ization. :believe reform can In the County of Duval for a Senator
l< ; Washington earnest, unceasing and Yea, something more-a faithful They before November. The wea- from the Eighteenth Senatorial District,to

t faithful attention. Our State has henchman of his party whenever his be secured through the election of ther is delightful here throughoutthe fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation -
of Jonathan C. Greeley, who was elect-
d; :, large claims for reimbursement of vote was,wanted; a party hack, use- Mr. Cleveland t _as a representative whole summer season and thereis Senator for the term of four years, at the

art' : :moneys expended and, our citizens ful only to them. certainly not to candidate of those principles. If very much to make a sojourn here after General the Election first Monday:: held on of November the first Tuesday, A.D.

; Mr. Cleveland is elected and, he attractive. The is in 1882
have millions due them for unpaid Florida. university ope- ;
and his not true to those In the County of :Monroe for a Senator
h t : Hashes under treaty stipulations.The The* interests of 'Florida demand party are ration all the summer and there is a from the'Twent-fourth Senatorial Districtto

.i, } First District of Florida has the election of Messrs. Davidson and principles, they will not continue to constant round of lectures, exhibi- fill a vacancy occasioned. by the resigna-
tion of GeorgeV. Allen, who was elected
_+.k : glad the good fortune for many years Dougherty. In the roll-call ,they support them. But from their know- tions, concerts, rides, drives, walks Senator for the term of four years, at the
of Mr. Cleveland's General election held the first
antecedents Tuesday
.,.t .past to be represented by an able, will always be found together and ledge and social pleasures. after the first Monday on of November, ..\. D.
t careful and they have faith in his firmness and For Floridians admirable divis- 1882.
"i, most persevering member -, in the committee room their joint an
And in each of the Countiesof
in respective
his determination
Col. R. H. M.\ Davidson. Leaving voice and, influence will be felt on to carry out ion of summer would be June and the State a General Election for i its con-

': others who had measures of reform for the benefit of the shore and stitutional number of Members of the General -
to less
important our behalf. Every man who has July on sea Augustand
Assembly, to-wit
', i duties to perform, to discuss the the interest of his State at heart the American people irrespective of September at Sewanee, Mont- Escambia County three;

questions of national politics, of our should use his, influence and his party. i Eagle, Asheville, etc.I Santa Rosa County two;
t 1 Mr. Hendricks' letter is model Walton County two;
foreign relations, of education and efl'ortsto swell the vote of Doughertyin a know of no opening so good Holmes County one;

: labor problems, etc., he has devoted this election. of conciseness and good taste. Mr. anywhere for a large hotel as at Se Washington Franklin County one;
I County one;
: -----------,------ Hendricks saysln' "You know
i } ; his time and attention most assiduously wanee, the place from which I write.i Calhoun County one;

,, '.f .! to the more direct interests of WALLS >AND'BISBEE.. me and you know the principles I A Florida man would have the ad- Jackson Liberty County County one three; ;
We admire the plain
i straightforward -
: his constituents., Hardly a port ,or entertain. The principles set out in vantage of being near at hand and Waknlla County one;
firmness of ,:Mr. Walls'
Gadsden three
acceptance the County ;
mine and I
fE :;:" : .stream on the long seacoast line : platform are accept securing a larger percentage of Flo- Leon County four;
of Mr. Bisb He "
challenge. the But
: nomination Gen. Butler Jefferson County four;
a, from the Perdido to Key West but ridians..
1 1 l" speaks as. a man conscious of his takes deal of ink Madison County three;
a great to
: : :, which has felt the benefit of his printer's The political pot is very quiet in Taylor County one;
;', own firmness of position, as one not explain why he Hamilton County two;
.\ labors in procuring appropriations accepts an utterly Tennessee. The Spring elections
Suwannee two
be bluffed down County ;
to the
or put by
'' i' : for their improvement. worthless nomination. People know have shown that the Democratic ,Lafayette County one;
tw perpendicularity of Mr. Bisbee's Gen. Butler and Columbia County three;
therefore do
: In our own District, the Second, party is solid to an unexpected de-, Alachua County four;

w ?; t t comprising all of East Florida, the backbone, however superciliously need to read his letter. They know- .gree. Gov. Bate and the Democratic Levy County two;
enforced. ,The people who vote the that his is Bradford County two:
f platform in
.: most rapidly developed portion of comprised State and .Congressional tickets will Clay County one;

the State, we have had the misfortune Republican ticket in Florida know the words : "I accept the ,nomination be.elected T>y large majorities. Nassau Baker County one two;
Mr. Walls better than they know County ;
: '),; ). of being made the field of operations :B. ,F. Butler, .and.all that'' it.implies. :Many young men are planning to Duval County four;
:..Mr. Bisbee. -Mr. Walls is .
.. a,practical St.John's County two;
:j; of the ambitions of mostpersevering to this
.r r a successful agriculturist. 'He employshis go Florida winter. Hitherto Volusia County one ;

;? ,f1, and reckless politician. capital in giving wages to labor EDITORIAL COln ESPoNDENCE.A young Tennessee has gone ,to Texas ,Orange Putnam,County County two two;;;

+ I a.; )': "Whatever advantages we might have and value to the industries of the PLEASANT -MOUNTAIN RESORT-A by the thousands. They are strong, Marion County two ;
: Sumter two
received from the efforts of Democratic country. Whenever-if ever..:-he MOUNTAIN WHICH 13 NOT A MOUN- good working men, and will be a Hernando County County'two' ; ; ,

:.; L. representatives who have been TAIN, BUT AN ELEVATED PLAIN- desirable accession to our Hillsborough County two ;
; and Mr. Bisbee popu-
stand before the colored Polk County one
; elected have been FLORIDA STUDEXTS' -
q greatly impairedand lation.
; r F. Manatee County one;
Republicans of Florida lo ask
: neutralized them OPENING Dade County one;
: contesting
H ."' their-suffrages, the well earned sympathies FOR A FLORIDA JIOTEL MAN. ,As WE anticipated, Mr. Bisbee's Brevard County one ;
: ,either out of or into their seats their of '
his race mil be given to UNIVERSITY Monroe County two.
SOUTH ) to Mr. Walls k
OF THE challenge was a bluff.
8,< B i :t ; .! time and energies being,thus largely Mr. Walls. His people recognizethe Sewanee Tenn. August 26 } And on the same day there will be held
., 1884" J The gentleman from Maine and election -
,;.J I: fact that he reflects credit ; in each County of the State a general
-and unnecessarily absorbed by their upon allowed
c. The temperature of this mountain for Constables, each County being
Washington condition
themselves. And he is one of them now and entitled Constable for
: to one
i contests. And the dis-
; '' 11, <.H congressional and has maintained his position de- plateau is everything that could be and lays out a plan of escape. Evidently every two hundred registered voters in the

::, 1"r'" trict has been the sufferer. spite the acknowledged oppositionof desired. Providence has placed Mr. Bisbee sees that he will shall County have; provided more than however twelve that Constables no County;

n C have now again in our hands Mr. Bisbee and his ring. Mr. these uplands of Carolina, Georgiaand stand a poor chance before colored yet that each County shall be entitled to at

; the choice of representatives. The Bisbee owes far more to Mr.\ Walls Tennessee within least two Constables regardless of the
4 l, !, than 1lr."raIls or of his to easy of Republican crowd under the hammering number of registered voters.
} First District has with great unanimity Mr. Bisbee. any race the Gulf States, and the rapidity of of Mr. Walls. WHEREAS the Legislature of the State of
/ Evidentlythe Florida of A. D. 1881, did determine by a
;t t renominated Col. Davidson its
,1. communication and
cheap transpor- discussions will not take place. vote of a majority of all the members electedto
;_ i :,: : tried, faithful and experienced rep- WE commend to our readers the tation will; more and more increasethe each of the ,Houses thereof that ,it IS
Valuable Lands necessarv to cause a revision of the entire
Orange Sale.
resentative.: The Second District of active for
h :: practical importance work
I..z tendency of our people to summer ,Tracts Constitution of said State, and did enter
: has to choose between the nomineeof by precinct ,committees set forth so in the 'high plateaus of the containing twenty acres each of such determination upon their respective
't high hammock land on Orange Lake Journals, with the and thereon,
t the Democratic, party and the 'well by the Times-, Union in a recent Southern Stai ., An elevation of] suitable for orange growing and truck'farming and did refer the same yeas to the nays Legislaturethen

nominees of the Republican party, article. The real work of the campaign 2,000 feet above the sea gives a temperature are now offered for sale. These lands ,Legislature next to of he said chosen State;then and,next whereas chosen, the

it, a Mr. Bisbee, and Mr. Walls. What must be based on the effectiveness and equable atmospheresuited I are very conveniently situated for transpor- to-wit; The Legislature of A. D. 1833. did,

I claims has Mr. Bisbee of the precinct organization. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on by a majority of the members elected to
t the
5 i ; upon This is now especially important in to almost any one. There is terms to snit purchasers Titles are unques- each House thereof agree to such proposed

!,, 1+ ,'If ( people of Florida for an election, or, view of the registering _of voters to a great difference between ascend- tionable. Also valuable timber lands in revision;did and, ichere, the said Legislatureof recommend -
by passed .
how would their interests be large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, duly
sub- be made
I anew. ing to a lofty mountain peak for a February 16,1882. Fernandina Fla. to the electors of the next election
b14 ? 1 I for the.members of the Legislature to voter


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r'l"'aiu..t a Convention and did therein _t'J '
Jllr 0 and direct that I the I Secretary'! ofwith SPRING SUMMER
provide: t o'i'xild\ incorporate I the I. notice of & rr :KYOO.1J:3i' : :
fife l General Election to be held in the year -
notice of such recommendation.
1 itha tructions as to the !mode of _
nmliance rlKrKrr) with such recommendation; ARE NOW_, RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OFJNEW
of such'
',THKBRFOBK. notice recom-
Miilation Vow is hereby given, and the follow- : :BRCJS: :
n instructions are hereby given as to the :
tn I"? with such I II
dat'Jou mode uf:' compliance recomiuenrfrft" '. :

Any elector desiring to vote at suchplcctioiVtn )v .
favor of such a Convention, shall CENTRE STREET, NEAR'THE DEPOT

I 1 have: written or printed oh the same ballot r I SPRING AND SUMMER
,,n which the names of the person or _
nersonsi voted for for any office or offices at Have just received an entire new stock in every department from the
iaid election! are written or printed, and on r -
Jhc side thereof as such names are Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash purchases"euables JGOODSr:
...rittVn! or printed and not on the other *
side,the words"FOR A CONVENTION;" us to offer our entire stock at such low
:11111 any elector desiring to voteagainst such I
Convention, shall have< written or printed NEW AND LATEST STYLES I3T
such ballot, on the side thereof above

*co"z, The votes cast on 'this question ,
be canvassed, and declaration and
have endeavored to select the
shall be made the "
thereof: by Inspectors -
return \
,and by County C.U1'usslIlg.Boar.J. ,and VEIL IN BUNTINGS,
Stat 'Canvassing Hoard, in the same
the manner and at the same time. as votes east Latest a.Jl for persons: for offices at said election are ,
required by law to be canvassed, declared

and returned.The and all ask is to call and for and the ,
we give us a price yourselves, see
the law attention requiring} of them the Sheriffs to cause is a called notice of to '. -&...,.1, ,,I'. : Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and In sertings-A I I t

said election to be published in a newspaper ,, FULL LINE of the newest patterns.

published iVintedin tlicCounty.and in the County,there they shall be no cause paper: ateast 1IDlt.lENSE BARGAINS Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices. r

in{ i the five mct copies public of places this notice in the to County.be posted I Our 'Spring Clothing for :Men and Youths has arrived, and for style ;

JN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have here- and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' '
unto set my hand and affixed the
[II"s.l] Great Seal of the State of Florida, at to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the.latest novelties. ;

Tallahassee, the Capital, this, the JB@-We are Special for BROWNING '
twentieth day of August A, D.1884. Agents KING &. CO., of New
JOHN L. CRAWFORD, York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.

.A. ELLEUMAXN: Sheriff Secretary Nassau; of County.State.J. MODE BROTHERSIN JB* Call and examine our stock and prices before sendinn-off or purchasing -

Fernandina Fla., August 29, 1884-40-td. elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. ..

FOR RENT. ar. do(11.: ICY DID: : i

ARGI with( :extensive DWELLING yard-room!AND and STORE gardens DRY ;[GOODS FANCY GOODS Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,

attached, on Alachua street;f suitable for a J8@''"NEw YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }- FERN ANDINA, FLA. .
large family or boarding-house. Possession ,
can be given about August 1st. -:- = f I.
r .
the has halls -- -- i
faring bay; eight rooms, large ,
\iazZI\ ;, excellent well, etc. Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.
.STORK ASD DWELLING formerly occuPiebv !
,! Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street.
For terms, etc., apply to T FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
G. STARK.Fernandina .

----,-May 2, 1884 100 :PIECES: : 1VJA..T'Y'INGS' :: ,

a regular; meeting of the Board of I
Public Instruction held in Fernandina i WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.

1'hu August; 13th, 1884, it was agreed by i' S4
said BOU'lfthat the public schools of Nassau .
County, Florida, will open on the first Monday MODE
: in Otiober! next and continue five BRa'S
months. :illso, it was agreed that''at our ,, ;
next rcgutir which will be the
) meeting on
11th day ref September, 1884 we will holdan ,
examination for the of -
examining; teachers who have not purpose taught in ; ,.. -v ..LJ '
our midst before. Those who have taughtin Ii
this county before and whose certificates k .
have expired: it is ordered that the Superin- : ..
tendent renew their certificates. Therefore
I would respectfully solicit the attention of .
the Trustees and patrons of the several .
schools of:'our county to go to work at once "'" CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,080 T<)NS.
and work without ceasing, in order thate'l'r.thin4 PAUL FUNKE'S STATE OF TEXAS, 1,5412 TON .
may be in good order by the first
of October; so that all the schools can open CARONDELET, 1,308 TONS.WESTERN .
tit the sanie time and run along smoothly TEXAS, '. 1,210 TONS.
until\the full time expires.L. ;
+++++++++++++++M'+++' ++I+( H +-+++++++++++++++++++++++++
: County Supt. of Schools. T+ t ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK

_August SOth,JL834-td: _
I It
j AGENT. T THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, I1 t 4I! I1 'I < ) <- This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina<< and New
!t. ;[1: ,FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ,
in Ice ,r' CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND f ', ,," The traveling public are' offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE'and UNSUR-
19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. EERNANDINA, ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.

Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Dress Goods, Silks, Satines, freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to


Orders and estimates from a distance carefully FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
l attended to. 25-tf C. H. MALLORY & CO., .'
Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-



BOUGH LUMBER, 10 cents per.load. Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO ". H.E. I3OTTERERINVITES tI

From$5 to. $16 per M_ft.; .', ., _
'l;{ : l i.
$12 to$20 M. feet. 1
per 't C *
Orders Telephone attended 1. j

WILLIAM Steam Saw B.and C. Planing DURYEE Mill, Gents' Furnishing Goods, FIFE :FAMILY! GROCERIES }y

Office foot Centre Street. 8
CLOTHING: :: : _
: ,
IiOF Ii-


FLORIDA. + .J..U -


; -ttt +-
Seventh-St.. near Egmont Hotel, ,: ; + '
., ,,, .. : -:- ; ; ,' ,

FLORIDA. ;?tit: '< i.*,; h:' .,:.:,,....: I.:.. :,<.'. ; ;. ; ,:,,\" '..:.,;.< :;...: ;, :':;';i/; "< ;i.k; .
rO 5ff?l eat room s,well furnished with '/ : '. 'NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.
IliUt. banl'r ble '
: Boarders will be -
't'orrnalated; also! transient. ,; i ::' ::,- -- "

Sts. ;
Cor. Second and Centre -
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kl I MIRROR- : AUGUST 30, 1884. '. .. '''' .. _.",-.1 ..,-... .: / _' _. ." .
A.. )> a U4; I'., ; GENERAL DIRECTORY.W ,- BAKER COUNTY.. y I ,Assesstor of-lures-J- C. :Matthews., L LIBERTY. t f HOLIES. -

t ( "_, United County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson.' Collecor. of Reculle'V... Trantham, County Judfie)(. Jl Solomons.Clerk :( I County Judge-A. H. Brownell.
States Officers.
: Ocala.
":,.' Clerk F. J. Poris, Sanderson. -' W. Jeter. : Clerk-T.U.r Pitriran.I' .
,!, ; Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson.: Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, '
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.ftegister Sheriff=R. F.Hosford.! I'I. Sheri f-ThomasX.' Ellis
vt t- Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy.
Trefl$1lrer-J. E. Roberts. Treasurer
r r' : -L. A. Barnes;;, Gainesville. i Daniel D. Gillis.
: Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. 'derson., MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Rtt'e1UlTh_Shuler.. I Collector o/Jferenue-William
4 .:; Sun'eyor-Genual-Malachi Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron; Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler.: ,! Assessor of Txes-J.' Newton.Tucker.

'" hassee. derson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight;'Key West Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson.ESCAMBIA. Superintendent. of&/< >/ -Whitnell
,, ': DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff-George Demcrritt, Key,West. .. Cur ry.wASIIINGTON. -
a Sanderson., Assessor 6f Taxes:'"Walter C.'Maloney: Jr..
;,i \ .. Ju Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. : BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West.Collector'of. County Judge-N. C. Shackelfurd. I j. County Judge-Wm. B. Junes.
.,: Jf.tr8lwl-J. H. Durkee Jacksonville. Clerk. F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J.
: E.'Skipper.
County Judge J. R. ,Richard, Providence. ntle-MasOll Moreno, I
''.:.: ClerK:-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York; e'Butler.: Key West. Sheriff W. JI..Htitchinun. I Sheriff E..P._ Melvin.

4. 14 ,{'+ "J, INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of ScltoolJ. V. Harris,Key TreflS'urer-J. S. Leonard. 'I sure'rThomas= J. Miller.
f CVlle.ctor-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville.q Assessor of T e8-X. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Collector of Rtt'enue-\lanuel Palrn s. Collector of Ret't"1we-John Roche.
Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. I Assessor
", Butler. NASSAU COUNTY., of -George W. Cook
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt.. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Horn.
County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
W. Howell Fernandina.
John II
I s i Santa F'e.Supmntendent. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Sc/wols-L. B- Rhodes, Clerk-J. County Judge-Daniel McLeod Sr.
I John F. House, St. Augustine. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge AVilliam Clark.
Starke. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLt-od. Clerk-James S. Fannin.
-I ,L.;," BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-'Vl11. H. Garland, Fer- Sluriff--J. W. Campbell. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone.Treasurer .
1, State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. -J. P. Richards.
.' l' Poiiit. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer Collector of RevenueV. B. McLeod. Collector of Ret'mlle-Joel P. Atkins

". EXECUTIVE. DEPARTMENT., Olerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. 'I', Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush

"'Governor-Wm. D; Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff-.Tohn H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. I Superintendent of Scl/QobJ-W. G. Cox wel'.

4 Lieutenant-Governor-Li vingstoji] W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- botliam..! Callahan.
gianna. County Treasuree-Gustav Stark Fernan -
I Collector of Retenue-D. McQuaig. Bre- dina. TZHHEJWOOTON CELEBRATED
,, ; Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- *
t lahassee. vard County. ORANGE OU TY.

;' ,. Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of. Scliools. -M. E. English, County Judge-J.. Beggs, Orlando.
'' Treasurer-Henry A. L'Erigle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thus. J. Shine; Orlando. DESKS.

AUo'ney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNT:. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine. Orlando.Assessor .

r' ,' hassee.Commissioner. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange of Taxes-James. > M. Owens, Fort SOLID
of Lands-P. W. White.' : ffffJL
'+"r Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Ccllector'oi'Relenue--A.: Hyer, Sanford. 1 .- -
t Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.

',, Foster Tallahassee. Springs.. Superintendent of Schools John T. Beeks, "
Ad'utant-General-J.E.( Yonge Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. s EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, a WITH TIIEIiI .
(Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas Judge of Probate: B. Harrison, Palatka.
i see. Middleburg. (Ofcrk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka. I
Clerk-n. C. Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
i < 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. Collector of Rerenue-Joseph Price. 8 Flat TOI). Why use, Desks of ordinary
Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools- J. W.
.h+c, .F SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. "- -- construction when, for slight
i Chief Justice,-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Q' dP- additional cost you can havet

It n ; Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent ofSch- ools-J usPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. *----- the benefit of our improvements -

: ''I i see. Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. ? Awkward
: closets andy
Associate Justice R. B. Van
:i Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. -
Clerk-John C. Calhoun
Perry. '
,, nr..r.aF---' side drawers done
i Jacksonville.. County Judge-William A. McLean\ Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, rs away with.
,' ," ; j i Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. We substitute revolving cases,

l t CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. ir ro i o which swing with a slight

> J FirSOirCUit.-AUgustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. I tr n +,,E" r t touch of the hand. and are

; ,, Q : sacola Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P., Smith, Jack- Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. thus enabled to furnish Joubleby
r :r ;w 1 r Sccon}, Cu'cULt-David, S. Walker Tallahas onville., Assessor of .Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST ., 6 .
j i see. ; Collector of Ret'enue-\1oses J. Brown, a 11 i + __ the space generally given on
.I Third Circuit-E. J. Yann, Madison. I Jacksonville. JOHN'S COUNTY. ?r---- i 1/1'/ b_'", "_Ii? ; _=- each 1 side; and when cases are

I Fourth' Circuit-James M.\ Baker Jackson- I. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County JuageR.. Cooper, St. Augus- -..-:!3 ;:;;;; open, the whole interior is
sell Jacksonville. tine. ---V
.; ville.Fiftli i; Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON: COUNTY. Clerk-Bartblo" F.'Oliveros, .St. Augustine. flooded with light and all

Q ; ',E' ,1 ville.. I is. I Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. ,' poitions readily reached without
'' t Sixth Circuit Mitchell County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor 'of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. change of A of selection and
s. .: ;: Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. position. variety rotary cases are offered for applied to

;:;, ''I,; Seventh' Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman Jasper. Augustine.Collector of.RC1enlie-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

I. 4I Assessor of Taxes-J; M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

-' Court Calendar. Collector of Retenue-'V H. H. ':McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, TEE VTOOTONCabillet

Columbia County.Superintendent Augustine..
: FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
} ,; Fall Te-m- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. Office Secretary.

,''] Santa Rosa, Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,
,. Walton 4th Monday in October.
Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
W. L. Frierson Brooks-
County Judge- ,
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
'' i ville.
in October.Washington. Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. I m The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
2d ) after 4th a
: Montlay Monday
: jn October. Sheriff-J.J.. B. :Mickler, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, wni N to the business public. One hundred and
Sumterville. C
Aa '.- l Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ville.Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

iI I ; October. December. Collector of Revenue-F..M.Hedich, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. Q I one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -
I Escambia 1st Monday in -- 303 Bankers Railroad Offi-
't' ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. -- : ,
; 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- 1.1.. Blackburn, Live r'q'' cials and Professional Men generally.Wootou'Cabiiict .
Fort Dade.
t Term. Oak.
Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
Sheri -John. R. Sessions, Live Oak.
+ : Spring Term- Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.
s R : Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday. in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W. Umsted,Welborn. Office Secretary. ADDRESS :

April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Collector of Ret'C1We-'Vilson H. Sessions,
n Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugli Gallagher.Tampa. ,Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
: Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue. Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones

?. ., : Suwariee, 1st.Ionday after 4th Monday Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND.., U. S. A.
;k inApr.il'' : Superintendent of.Schools-W.P. Henderson'' VOLUSIA COUNTY.

.. Columbia, Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
c''' tn April JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.

't"I'' ,:f : : Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monti\ cello. I Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. .

; In April. Sheriff"{ T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff-W- A. Cone, Enterprise. '
1 ,Fall Term- Assessor. of Taxes-S. D. Hodges Glen
W. C. Bird Monticello. ,
$, ; Taylor,. 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in W. Cove. ... "... .,Y', \.". '" ..: .." ",', TF1Efc e RUNII
Schools R. '
; Superintendent of Taylor, '. ) ,. ,
t< f' '
Octo r'r.. Monticello. Collector of .Ret'enue-P. N> Bryan, Glen ': 7; >: II!; ''J'l"' :: 5 .. t
: Madison, Monday in October. I Cove. .
County TreasurC1'Yo M. Girardeau Mon-
:, Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools L. D. Huston, ,". -..,09":1,<"U"if'f.c" '''ii'!''-" ri't'i.r' ,_ :;,.''s$'
1 Suwannee 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Enterprise. :
i j ;
Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker Mon-
16x4' ,,' .. .. .
: : ;in October. ticello. 'WAKULLA COUNTY. .. ,., .
\. 1',i i Columbia; Monday. after 4th Monday W. A. Giles
itl Assessor of Taxes-J. ,P. Grantham Wan- County Judge- Crawfordville.
\ i October. keen ah. Sheriff-Charles Alligood. Crawfordville. EW11U14

:,.. )i Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA ,
., iin October.
; 3,+ .. i, | FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. ,Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville.Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, .
t. r \ Term- Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. IMPROVEMENT\ COMPANY.\
County Treasurer-W.., W., Walker Craw' rpOWN ,
Clerk-Neal A. McAlpiri New Troy. ,
: ,
: in
! ;' ; St. John's, 2d Tuesday March. fordville.
I + ? .- 4th in March. Superintendent of Schools=J.C.Ramsey.New; .
fl :it' Clay, Tuesday .
f of Rct'enue-R. McMillan\ Craw-
.' ,
' in Ferimmliua
: >;, Bradford, 1st Tuesday April. fordville. ,
't } 2d in County Treasurer-J.\ N. Peacock, New
: Baker April.
;4 ; Tuesday
'. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker Craw-
, f :.. + r. : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. .fordville. Towns on R. R. Line.And.cdar .
. : Duval, 1st in Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, .
r .t 2 2V'.ftl ; ,: Tuesday May.; > SANTA ROSA.
., .i ..;, i i Fall Term- Old Town. Key.
N -i(!', St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.

'it, ;" : [ Clay 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
, ; ,,:{, 1 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.
1 1w :'f. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret.'C1ltle'v..;J: Williams. -
I ,,, : 1";' ; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. :Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor off Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

r : : ; Iuval,1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent! Schools-David Tinner. .*
:: Superintendent of Schools-Henry NJ:Felkel, POLK. number of ,the., ''most'eligih'l- and. desirable< '
. Tallahassee. yi.J
: County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
'. !
,,:j\ Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
; ; ; : t. ; Marion\ : 4th :Monday March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce":' Talla-' Sheriff-' .M. Bowen. i
s'' ';, "; : Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th'Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F, Seville. City or Suburban Residences,
'. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahas .., ,
March.I Collector, ofRcvcnzie-J: D. Filles. '. i > .. -
t ;;:. : Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday\ in see. A.sessor.(Ji Taxes-W. Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS. ., t !
iy k --\ i iarc t. : '. '. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary. 1 / ?'tl yr

M r ; 1 ; Aliichua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday\ in Clerk-J. M.\ Barco, Bronson. Liberal I Discounts oh Values allowed to I
',t March.\ Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. DADE.Cmwty.TudgcAllen

t'' '' Fall !Term- Assessor of Taxes: -Louis Appell, Bronson. E. Heyser. "f parties engaged in, manufacturing or indus- II
; 1' Sutnter,1st Monday in October." Collector- of Rez'enuc-n., B.- Barco Cedar Clerk-l W. Faulkner. :> > ? I
; Malrion' 3d Moi.\ Key. Sheriff :"Win. M. Mattaur. '. -' : rial ,
enterprises who will erect :the
i+ Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B.. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. : on. prop I

1 '::' Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Ret'C11tle-"m. H. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvements =
i JfcWji .3 i:\ i :. Alachua, 1st Monday\ after 4th Tuesday in MADISON TY. Assessor of Taxes-Wni.H.- ,.Benest. .
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F j !'\ I I J SEVENTH CIRCUIT County Judge-R. M. WitherspoonMadi- JACKSON. for residence; or in which to conduct their ,H _

i ),P'', J i Spritlg Tt.nt- son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. ; / \

',,: ?:' .\ Orange, 4th Monday in'January.: Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison..Clerk -. Clerk-Frank' >hilir i l i business. ; FEGT pJIGULJ\ft
: John M. Madison
k ? ': t ;;,.' \ Voju sJa,'3d Monday in February. Beggs, Sheriff Andrew Scott. P'l
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Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry Treasurer James INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS i ... ( NEVER:
,;z ; <"BN.arJ.1stIonda;;; ," in March. E. Heanu P .d(IN I EV ERi
Madison. :
; : Dade ;&l')iouda in April. Collector of Ett'C1ltle-John B. Anderson : OUT or ORDEf1.
+4 .',, l.' "1' Fall TN'Jt--'' County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison.\ Assessor of Taxes"". B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from ; CJl'\s No EQUAL_ -
'l Collector of Revenue B. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent Schools Samuel Jl:
Orange of Erwin.
2d in
Monday s
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: q Madison. taxation, offered by the several'cities r
..f::1. : Votusia, Monday in September. ,Assessor Jaxe-'V. P. FRANKLIN.Countg andtowns. : t'WHOlVIE 1n.;
s in ;if V 1 Brftvard. 4th Monday in September. of Thompson, Mad I... s1a v
1' Dade 2d in November. ison. Judge-Robert G..Baker. Apply to :
r V 'i; ; .,'1...-. r : Monday' MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-5. A. Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS ; 30 umON SQUARE WEWYOI

>F : County Judge-Z.. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff S.A_FloyJ. Fernandina. vCAGq RrrG -r..lAN7'tt
+ ', County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. l.urcr-R. II. Porter. Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. ILL. o MASS. GA-
fit .1.y 'ii:; ;: :
r r,.S r\\','' : !i.. .ALACHUA- Sheriff-A. S. Watson., Pine Level. Collector ofRevenne-George A. Patton. FOR SALE BY
+ \I ;' : Count ty Jut Junius C. Gardner, Gainesville Assessor of Taxes" F. Parrish, Braden- Assessor ofTaxcs'-F. J. Egbert. : :1.- /.h < .

.\ t. ,;:' town. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. : .. : } f' Wood, Wood.
: -J. A. Carlisle Collector of Rct'C1ute-\1arion\ G. *' ,
: CU&: Gainesville. Carlton, GADSDEN.Countg Having recently established a Wood-Yard

t. 'e l.' ShMff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popasli. Judge-J. R. Hams. :: ;: ; ); ; near Duryee's mill, provided with all the
Assessor Tares-S. Wienges Gainesville Siiperintendetit of Schools-Felix Seward "vVVi ,
i \ f of b Pine Level. Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. t' -- ,; ; I- :: \ necessary machinery for sawingand splitting
Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. !
i a ; Cof'ector of Rcre1lue-II. C. Denton, Gainesville MARION. COUCTT., p > --"> FIRE-'VOODt
TrClurer-A.\1.\ Smith. '
4 :! ; County Judge Samuel Marshall } ': : I I am, now prepared to furnish Oak Wood
Ocala. mKt
Collector '
Revenue l
a I Superintendent of Schools-"W. N. Sheats Clerk Robert of R.M. Morgan.\ .. j, i sawed to any lengths,for either'stove or fire
E { ,; ,' ', I Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPtrul. '. '".-"'" ...,..'
Gainjsville.! B. place, DOLLAR PER
Crutchfield .
Sheriff-A., Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L.}' Allison.. r ;: J. A. ELLER.\\
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.. i--- S THE FLORIDA lli IR- ROB, AUGUST 30, .1884. ':;{:: ___

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''T 'a1t"'e"8 Guide. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. ,. RAILROADS. For information respecting' routes rates' Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 4:56 a m <. .

etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan-. Arrive at Albany daily at..............11:30 a m ,. .,
TKl\j.JT & PENINSULAR, fAII.ROAD.hat TIME CARD dina or to. the Company's offices in' Jack Arrive at Montgomery; daily at...... 7:57 a m .

1'astQ#gcr'Train! len.fcs- or.THI-: sonville. Arrive at New Orleans daily at......10:10 a m ;'-
:F or Ct..Jar h't'Yuntlll ildwaad'aud GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Arrive at Nashville daily at-.......... 8:10 a m
I I point.'Of'I'tansit; Road.10.05 a. m. FLORIDA RAILWAY &SAYIGATldx (MPAXY. FLORAL CITY ,ROUTE., Arrive Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p mArrive --
Forslvann.th: : au l all points North .' at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
ami \r(.-t*... .> a. m. In Effect July 13th, 1884. CENTRAL & ''WESTERN DIVISION Arrive at St. Louis daily at.......... 7:50 a tu

for T.lllalJa.:;see, 1 en&.\cola.and all TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. I Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
lOints on-the Florida' Central &; (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY WESTWARD.No.1. Train to via
\ ItulrJJ....... .......... ..10.05 a. m. :) No. 3. Chattanooga Jesup.
1'ctern Baldwin: (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian] Time.) Accom.Iail.. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville '
(connecting at :) 1STO HEAT'NO'DUSTBUT! Leave Jacksonville....... 8.30 a m 5.55 p m to Savannah. .
/Vw.eHer Train arrives SOUTH.Day Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 a m 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
Fromy Cedarhe)',,Wildwood, and Pas. Nt Pas. Leave Baldwin........... 9.15 am 7.45 p m Sleeping Cars on this Train Washington.

all points 1 on the and Transit all '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 a in 11.04 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping .Cars Jackson-
From Si-,Van nah points Leave Hart's Road Live Oak:...........11.35 a m 1.30 p m ville to Savannah. -
the So**,and W *t..... 4.38 p. m. Sea Islands. Junction..l0.35. 5.12 Madison ............. 1.07 p III 3.45am Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to ..'
Pensacola. and Arrive Callahan........... .........11.20 6.14 '
From Tallahassee. Florida. Central Leave Callahan.....................11.30 6.30 : Monticello....... 1.40pm 5.30am Louisville via Thomasville.
all points on !the -- Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05P. Arrive Tallahassee!..... 3.26 p m 8.14 a m A Restaurant has been opened at Way-
Railroad.............. .
4.38p.m.Vfc and abundant
V Western ? Leave Tallahassee........ 3.33 p m 8.40 a m cross time will be allowedfor
riuwfffr; Train leaves- .B&- PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE-' Leave Branch12.12 M. Quincy .............. 4.35 p m 10.30am meals by all passenger trains.
For Ctfiir KI-.V. Wild wood, and all a Brandy ... 7.22 Arrive Chatta..River...:.. 5.45 p m 12.23 m Connecting at Savannah with steamers by
Transit Road. 4.38 Arrive Baldwin....:. .. .....12.30 7.45 New
the Ill.Fo York Boston and Balti-
I'aVanraluuidallpointsNorth p. A. ----- Leave Baldwin.....................12.35 8.30 EASTWARD. more. ,

... ........ 4.38 p. in. "': Leave Maxville..................... 1.02 9.02 1'0.2. No. 4. Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor
and West., i.l Leave ........ .. Mail.
Callahan. i THE STEAMERhllhdN Highland. .. ...... 1.22 9.27 New
at ) York Philadelphia and Baltimore.
(connecting nsacola and all :Leave Lawtey-....................... 1.37 9.47 LeaveCh tt' hee ver.10.30 a m 1.30 pIn Tickets
For Tallab: :isec.Florida Central, & J3 Leave Temple's...................... 1.55 10.10 Quincy .............11.52 a m 3.15pm and Through connections sold to all points by Rail
Steamship and
the _
1 points on llailroad..... ......... 4.38p.m. Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25 Arrive Tallahassee......1?55 p m 4.50 p in Checked through. Also Sleeping, Car Baggage berths
Western Baldi:in. A Leave Thnrston................. .... 2.32 10.44 Leave Tallahassee........ 1.05 p m 5.20 p m and sections secured "
(connwtin? at ). Arrive Waldo......... ............../2.52 11.16 ." Ion ticello.......... 1.40pm 6.30pm Astor's Company's office in
Sight+ Fatttngcr Train,arrives A.M. Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55pm Building, 8Bay street and at De- J'

From Cedar!jKcy. Wildwood. and Leave Waldo........................ 3.00 '1.00 Live Oak............ 5.02pm 12.10am pot Ticket Steamers Office H. ,B.and PLANT on board People'sLine
all points c'I1 the!Transit Road... 8.40a.' in. .Leave Gainesville................. 3.45 2.10 :' Lake City......... 6.04 p m 2.30 a m and JENME LANE. CHATTAHOOCHEE :'

From Savannah aijd) all points in Leave Arredondo................... 4.03 2.36 Arrive Baldwin............. 7.39pm 5.38am
the North ami West................. 8.40 a. m. ST. NICHOLAS Leave Palmer.......: ...........:... 4.16 2.45 Leave Baldwin..........;. 7.43pm 6.20am General JAS. L. TAYLOR, .

From IVn&acjwla.;Tallahassee, and Leave Archer........................ 430 3.17 Arri'.eJacksonvillc....... 8.25pm 7.36am M. IVES, Agent. Passenger Agent.A. .
a11pointsan :Florida' Central & FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Leave Bronson....................... 5.00 4.00 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will
Western R.i road.... 8.40 a. in. LEAVES Friday mornings. Leave Otter Creek................. 5.37 4.45 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays,. but

FERS.tNL: :'..\ & JACKSONVILLE R. R. Returning, leaves SAVANNAH, foot of Leave Rosewood ................... 6.10 5.30 will run Mondays. DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETa.ESTADLISI.IED .
Train Icawdaily;? except Sunday Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday Arrive Cedar Key.................. 6.40 6.10 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto
For Jacksonville. 7:30 a. in.Tiain mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard: time. GOING NORTH. Pensacola daily,; and Pullman Sleepers
Jacksonville to New Orleans daily. 1875.
arrirtf daily except Sunday
Day Pas. Nt Pas.
From Jacksonville........... G.40p. m. For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO A.M. P.M., lam' Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, --
the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
Sunday' otjii-. ; Leave Cedar Key................... 7.35 7.50 Central
and Western Division.ST. .
For Jacksonville 7.00a.m. Leave Rosewood.................... 8.07 8.30 DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY
For Jacksonville 5.00 p. n). Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, Leave Otter Creek................ 8.38 9.12
From Jacksonville: ) .................:...10.35 a. m. Leave Bronson........... ........... 9.15 10.00 MARK'S BRANCH.
From Jacksonville 8.40 p. in, apply,'to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull Leave Archer.......................' 9.45 10.35 (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
SKA: ISLAND ROUTE. and )Bryan streets, Savannah. Leave Palmer.......................10.01 10.54 Leave Tallahassae..................... ... 8.00am
Savannah: Steamer St. Nich ,Brunswick passengers either way will be Leave Arredondo.................10.15 11.11 Arrive Wakulla-........................... 9.05 a m & CO., .
From Steamer Arrive St. :Mark's ..................:..... 9.30am
j'; transferred at St. Simon's by Ruby. Leave Gainesville:................10.40 11.36 : l
olas. Sunday ;hud Thursday. i ; Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival A. M. Leave St. Marks.......................10.00 a. nl li i

For Savannah'Steanler: St. Nicholas will be at. risk of consignee.F. Arrive Waldo....... .. ..............11.2312.30 Arrive Wakulla............................10.25 a m
Monday' ., Friday W.' SIMMONS:: Agent.Fernandina. Leave'Valdo..1L35'\ 2.00 Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30 a m =1 PHARMACISTS 1=

);VLLOBY LINE. Fla. Leave Thurston.....................11.56 2.30
For dew York]!direct, by steamships C. WILLIAMS, Gen Ag't, P.M. COX EL'TIOXS";

State of;!Texas or City of Savannah, Ga. Leave Starke..........................12.30 2.47 At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Centre Street.FERNANDINA ,
\l1tollio.I'Jllrsdav evening 7.00 p. m. J. N. HARRIMAN Manager Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57 all points North and East; with the Fernan-
From New Yor? direct by City of Leave Lawtey.. .....................12.58 3.23 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
.MO: Antonia and State of Texas, Leave Highland.................... 1.14. 3.45 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on FLORIDA.
eiery\ Friday. 3.00p.m. THESUN. Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
ST.$ MATiYS RIVER. Arrive Baldwin '..................... 2.00 4.50 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-, KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-

Steamer Margin leaves Centre street dock- NEW YORK ,1884. Leave BaldwIn......... ........... 2.05 5.40 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- of FRESH and PURE FOR-- 1
For St./ Marys and Crandall! 1, Tuesla7an !_-_...!_lt_ Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 6.00 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. EIGN and DOMESTIC

. < For St. Marys and lungeness, on ABOUT gone out of our establishment Arrive Callahan....................- 3.10 6.50 & Western Railroad. Drugs and Chemicals
Wt'thH'sdavnJ Saturday. 9.35 a. m. during the past twelve months.If Leave Callahan..................... 3.18 7.10 Tallahassee. ,with St.. Marks Branch
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays 'and Sat-
For St. Marys ,onlv.:.Monday and you were to paste end to end all the and
, Arrive Fernandina................ 4.38 8.40 urdays. Homoeopathic Patent Medicines,
- Thursda}'.....;.... 8.00 a. m. columns of all THE SUNS printed and sold ,
I Steamer Martha! arrives- last! year you would get a continuous JJ&r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cola Chattahoochee& Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. PeIl-
From St. )Ia.rimd Crandall, on strip'of' interesting information, common Night.Passenger daily.PENINSULAR., ,
r Monday: aiidiTiursd.iy! ............. 7.00 a. m. sense wisdom, sound doctrine, and sane I sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
. From St. Marys and+ Dungeness, wit long enough to reach from Printing I DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
and Northwest and with all boats
1- on Wednesday and} Saturday.... 1.00p.m. House square to the top of Mount Copernicus (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) lachicola, Columbus, and Eufaula. Apa-
From St. Marys'only.'Monday) and in the moon then back to Printing PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
Thursday..t................... ..... 2.00p.m. House square and then three-quarters of GOING soUTil.Day!! all The Shortest Quickest. and Best Route' to
the way back to the moon again. Pas. Nt Pas. points West.Through '
----------- Tickets and Sleeping:Car Berths IN GREAT VARIETY.
But The Sun is written for the inhabitantsof P.M.:: A.M.
C. C. STRATTON & CO., the earth ; this same'strip of intelligencewould Leave 'Val do......................... 3.00 12.40 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
girdle the globe twenty-seven or Leave Dixie.......................:.. 3.21 1.10 and at new office southwest corner of,Bay ..
twenty-eight times. Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 3.37 1.33 and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla.A. J5J Physicians' Prescriptions;

, OF McON, GEORGIA, If every buyer of a copy of The Sun dur- Leave Lochloosa................... 3.57 2.03 0. MAcDONELL, carefully compounded with Drugs at
ing the past year has spent only one hour Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, pure
over it, and if his wife or hid grandfatherhas Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina, Fla. reasonable prices.
.. H\VE MAKE: THE MODE BRO'S, spent another hour this in Leave Anthony Place........... 4.51 3.08 C. MAXWELL, -
1 erllul inn, Fla.the the author- 1883 has afforded the human race thirteen Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.31 3.35 Master of Transportation CURTIS fc CO. .
ll'l.l Agents to qontract: for sale of theirBRICK thousand years of steady reading day and Leave Ocala............................ 5.45 4.00 Baldwin, Fla.

night.It ., Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 D. MAXWELL, ESTATE AGENTS .
IN ANt QUANTITIES. is only by little calculations like these Arrive Oxford....................... 6.42 5.09 General Superintendent REAL ,
i that you can form any idea of the circula- Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 Fernandina, Fla. ST.IARY'S, GEORGIA

Parties tion of the most popular of American news- Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10
wishing to purchase will get all in- Loans
procured,Mortgages negotiated"Exchanges -
fortuation/ : as regards prices from them. papers, or of its influence on the opinionsand GOING NORTH. Savannah, Florida and Western effected.

Samples of different qualities and .styles actions of American men and women. A.M. P. M. RAILWAY.WAYCROSS Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
.an be seen at the office of The Sun is, and will continue to be, a Leave Leesburg..................... 6.50 6.00 acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
1 MODE BRO'S, newspaper which tells the truth without Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 acres, for sale.
-1"; : Fernandina. fear of consequences, which gets at the Leave Oxford........................ 7.33 7.17 SHORT LINE. _
.. facts no matter how much the process costs, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49) 7.40 N. B. St. Mary's having been selectedas
which presents the news of all the world Leave Ocala........................... 8.30r 8.42 All trains of this road are run by Central the terminus the Atlantic& MississippiCanal
AX ORDINANCE "\ 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 Govern-
. To amend an Ordinance entitled "A Supple- readable shape, which is working with all Leave Anthony Place............ 9.15: 9.28 slower than Jacksonville, time.ON ment by General Gillmore), charters for the

mental Ordinance to an Ordinance con- its heart for the cause of honest govern- Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45 construction of which having been grantedby
terningthe construction) : of drains to secure ment, and which therefore believes that the Leave Orange'Lake................. 9.40 10.08 and after Sunday, May 11, 1884. Pas- the United States Government and the __
the health ,of:the city," approved March Republican party must go. and go in the Leave Lochloosa.............. ....10.02 10.45 Trains will leave and arrive as Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
"*>1878. iBE i coming year of our Lord, 1884. Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 follows: increase in the value of adjacent" lands maybe "

IT ORDAINED:: THAT SECTION If you know The Sun. you like it already, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. confidently ]looked for. (See New York '
U of said Ordinance be and you will read it with accustomed diligence A. ){. Leave Jacksonville daily at8:30 a m Sun, 27-3-83.)
inserting in line (! of',said section the words by and profit during what is sure to be Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 am
fcamtarv the most interesting in its history. If Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15 a m NEW, CHEAP Alf D GOOD.
; Inspector, instead of "Sanitarv year :Day Passenger daily except Sunday;
; Arrive at-........11:01
} you do not yet know The Sun it is high Waycross daily a ra
; that ia lines fol"wing -
J-oard 10 11 .
and 12 the Night Passenger daily.F. BOILERS
> ; wordsbe: stricken out and time you get in the sunshine. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 3:17 p m E N6INES
all remove Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......? 5:10 p m ,
excretal matter at such time and in such & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
manner the Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18: p m -HEW AND SECOND HIND.-V.
as Sanitary: Board may require, (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive at Pensacola daily at..11:45 p m
upon due nottce'en in ." ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES
'of section after writing"te:1: that all TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.The GOING SOUTH. Arrive at :Mobile daily at............... 4:45 a m
line jaid : the words dollars"in Leave Fernandina....................... 7.30 a. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m CombUed Orange Box apd BUafle Itaehlne
15 be stricken v several editions of The Sun sent
All out. are Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- Eagle Gins, Saw Mills, Planera, Resaw, &0
tIkting! ordinances or parts of ordinances con- by'DAILY mail, postpaid, as follows : with Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... ,9.10a.m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- A ,k for. Catalogue ,and.! Prlrea before bnylng.
herewith are repealed.G. -50 cents a month, $G a year;
'\ hereby. F. AVERY, Sunday edition $7.SUNDAYEight GOING NORTH. cola Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans- HANDLE & DUGAN MACH'Y GO

J {..EAL,l President of Council. pages. This edition fur- Leave Jacksonville....................? 5.00p.m. Mississippi points. Pullman Buffet 'and
Attest: EMIL 0. FRIKND Clerk. nishes the current news of the world spe- Leave Hart's Road....................... 6.04 p. m. Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville)) to SS, 67, 69, Elm l ,ST., CINCINNATI, 0.
.s Approved.: cial articles of exceptional interest to every; Arrive Fernandina....................' 6,4Op.m. Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.FAST (Write, for Catalogue: and mention this paper.)

,V. II. POPE, Mavor.. body, and literary reviews of new books of .JI2f'" Trains daily except Sunday. MAIL.
!: Fernandina Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30
July :29, 1884. I the highest merit. $1 a year. SUNDAY : p m
WEEKLY-$1 a year. Eight pages of the EXCURSION.A..M. P. M. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m ,

ei. 111 flue Cirruit Court Fourth Ju best matter of the daily issues; an Agricultural Leave Jacksonville... ............' 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily at.-......... 3:10 pm'' PATENTS
dicial Department of unequaled value, spe- Arrive Fernandina..............10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m.
(Circuit Nassau. County, 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 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN con-
l'loritln. domestic intelligence make The Weekly Arrive Jacksonville............... 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17: pm''' tinue to. Copyrights act as Solicitors, for the for Patents United,State Caveats. Canada.,TradeMarks '
JAY J(. MOORE 1 Sun the newspaper for the farmer's house- Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45: am' England. France Germany etc. Hand Book about
KFPvrV8'I;!i' DIVORCE. hold. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra COXNEG'TIOKS.I Arrive at Washington,D.C.daily atll:00 p m Patents Patents sent obtained free.throucrh ThirtY-MUNN.evPn years'ex& CO.are crlence-noticed .

J 15th I MOORE j 1 copy free. Address Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest,,}best and .
T ; I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, AT FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting at Waycross with Through most widely circulated scientific paper. $ .20 a year.
I ; ; FRO! M AFFIDAVIT .Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In-
ed. that The Sun. New York City. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific A mer-
iesldis in beyond I.crniah Moore, the defendant ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars, Waycross to New York with- lean sent free. ,Address MUNN A CO.., SCIENTIFIC
the limits of the state of AMERICAN Office 261 Broadway New York.:
Flontia for New York on Thursday. out change. .
that'ordinary cannot be UNIVERSITY HOTEL
''' process
With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

T. dorlu.Ul'onhim l?t a helru; now be ,had therefore, the it is facts01J1.plamant's or- ahd Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT ,Leave Jacksonnille! . upon SEWAXEE TENS.1VIAY for in old
, : improvements
charged! in <' bill CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m
filed i u above 'state Cause on the complaint first Mon-, and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 6:20 p in ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
dai. 5 In October,next.. and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive Waycross daily at-......... 9:00 p m all patent business promptly attended
JAMES 1884. Leave Gainesville daily at............. '6.15 p m to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN'REJECTED
June 20th,1634 1 BAKER Judg-e. ; BALDWIN, FLA., Leave-Newnansville daily Bt........ 6:57 p m' may still, in most cases, be pat- ._
31-3m To and from Jacksonville Tallahassee
ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent -
-- Leave New Branford daily at........ 8:20 p m
vliee ---'- HOTEL NEWLY BUILT AND and all points South, West, and Northwest, Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
Letters of Administration. THIS shed, will be opened on the 1st of daily. Arrive DnPont daily at.............12:10 a m EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
o tion. June for the reception of Summer Visitors. AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at-............ 2:25 a m ents in less time than those who are remote
ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN : Situatpd on Cumberland plateau, in the To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p m from Washington.When .
SOUSattr ;a heirs representatives' and all per- domain of the University of the South, and WILDWOOD. Arrive at Macon daily at-............ 7:00 am Inventors send model or sketch,
'arJ ulterested! / are rated to show cause, if 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

the Xa wu they, can, before the County Judge of grounds at Mont Eagle it offers unusual at- Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive'at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m advise as to its patentability free of charge

ling da; "f county Fla. on or before, the first tractions for Summer Visitors. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at........... 1:25 a m Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- ;
: nli1\j<.'tr Septenlber,1834? ( why letters of a1'lmuM The passenger trains on the Nashville & W Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m able; and :NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
Cunt t\. lon not be issued from the Chattanooga Railroad connect AT COWAN West and Havana every Saturday: for New Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at-...... 7:00 a m IS OBTAINED.We .
,)od W Lewis Court; /of Nassau county to Charles with the Tracy City Railroad to Sewanee. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m refer permission to the City Postmaster -
fire- estate of l r, V f Fe)'t1a11tlinA. Fla., upon the _%3f The charges will be-=per day, $2.00; Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p m and to the Superintendent of the
\Vitii' p.ho\" J s. of ""irlnyliand: I' a*i"Judge, and 1 the seal season, (three months), per month, $35.00. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m ington. For special references circular,service -
hit COurt, this, 10th day of July A. D. Address for and from Key West :Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at.1240: p m terms, etc., addressC.

W :H. J. BAKER, UNIVERSITY. HOTEL CO., Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at..10:25 a m A. SNOW &' CO.,
County Judge, Nassau County. 9 v Sewanee Tenn. and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Opp.Patent Office. Washington,D'('. 2t



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MIRROR. Run Over by a. Locomotive. Good Antes'/or Florida Shippers! EXTEEED. I l $25O leUJat.-;
i Mr. William Lake of Callahan, a white Aug. 24-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Sa\"an-'I' The citizens" of Fernandina will pa":1
man, formerly in the employ of the rail- nah ; passengers, to two and fifty dollars for
J ,/1U0 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX JIDATIISt GREAT MARKETS OF THE XORTH. Simmons, agent.; i the arrest, with evidence to convict of the!
road company, had his left forearm cut off A pool arrangement or combination was 24-S. S. City of Paiatka, Vogel, Pa- fiend who perpetrated the heinous

', on Wednesday last by the locomotive of latka. on the night; of August .9th, 1884, upon the;
; t; Reflection the Wild wood night train., Lake had been entered into'this. ; week for several years between 27-Sch. Five Brothers, Hooper, New person of an aged resident.G. .
_, two large Florida transportation York ballast to master. W.
ha. + f Five schooners are now loading at Broome suffering from fever of late, and had taken / 4i ; Scnt'YLER J. P.,
companies, which will give almost unlim- 27-8. P. St. Nicholas. Usina Savan- For the Citizens
1 I: street dock. large doses of quinine and in i consequencewas ited shipping facilities to the fruit and nah ; with passengers, to F. W. Fernandina, Fla., August 14. 1884.
I:. I Gov. Perry at Lyceum Hall on Wednes- hard of hearing. He was standingat Simmons agent. -
.. table of the State of Florida. The
:* i day evening next. Hart's Road junction watching the de growers 27.-. ,. S. Carondelet Daniels.' 1,508 MERCHANT TAILOR.
companies parties to the combination are tons, New York : freight and
:j :. The Democrats of Callahan will form a parture of the Jacksonville bound passenger -
; : the De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line (the passengers, to R. W.Southwick,
a ,r campaign club to-day. train, and in consequence of his deaf- agent. R. G. McQUITTY
oldest line of steamers on the St. JOhl1'SRivcr
.' Mr. T. M. Carnegie was one of the passengers ness did not hear the Wildwood night CLEARED. Has removed his business
to the
and & mwt
the Florida *
) Railway ; Naviga-
r this week. to the Aug. 26-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- over
by the Carondtkt train, which was slowly coming up the New York Bakery, on Centre
: Mrs. M. A. Gambrill is visiting the family junction. Just before the train reached tion Company, owning and controlling the nah ; with passengers, by F.W. 'He has received assortment of seasonable street
Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat; Co. Simmons agent. for
; ; Allen at Bluff. him he started the track his_back goods gentlemen's wear and is:: prepared,
of Mr. Copp Orange to go on 26 S. S. of Palatka
City' Vogel
The combination thus formed will have con to make them up to suit all tastes in the
The Carondelet brought a very heavy being turned to it, when the cowcatcherof Charleston. best
freight of general merchandise this week. the locomotive struck and threw him trol of seventeen steamboats between Savannah 24-Sch. Silas C. Evans. Endicott,New style.Repairiri neatly done.
and Sanford of which Commodore W.B. York lumber Hilliarcl &
; I Fernandina. Fla.
l' of down,.his left arm being thrown across the Jaly'12,1884.
L. J. Jacksonville
:Mr. Fleming ,was Watson will be the manager, with his office Bailev. .
1#., among the guests of the Strathmore this rail. The forward trucks of the locomotive in Jacksonville. Four of these steamers 26-S. P. 8t: Nicholas, U ina. Savannah -
week. passed over, it. completely severing it from ;; with passengers by F.W. -GO TO-
will run between this city and Savannah,
Simmons, agent.
r' the body, just above the elbow. A rude ;
'i, } Master Eddie Jordan is attending the while thirteen will be employed on the different 28-S. S. Carondelet, Daniels. 1.508
.,' A was made over the wound, by a
t' t Georgia School of Sciences, Languages and compress routes ,on the_ St.John's River. The tons New York ; freight and
passenger'and the baggage-master, to check passengers by R. W.Southwick, ,
Art, at Norcross, Ga. steamships,City of Fnlatka and.City of Monti-
the hemorrhage and he was brought to this Agent. PRESCOTTS
;s i d The register at the Mansion shows the beginning city. Dr. W. H. Pope, who was called in, cello will run between Charleston and -Sch.Sylvanus G. Haskell, Eaton,
.., ::'. : of travel, as names from various the remaining .Palatka, touching at Savannah and Fer- Baltimore\ ; lumber, by Payne,
found it necessary to amputate Cook &; Co.
::1: ; States are appearing on its pages. stump nearly to. the shoulder, and the nandina, the Mallory steamships running i
between this and New York hereto- IX PORT. I
port as
What a cool, lovely summer we. have been unfortunate man is doing as well)) as can be ? Brig John Brightman, Yea ton.
and are still enjoying in Fernandina! No expected. Lake is a resident of Callahan, fore. In addition to these, arrangementsare Sch. Edwin A. Gaskill. Wilson. I ESTABLISHED HOUSE
being perfected for 'a :weekly line of Sch. Amelia P. Schmidt. Pashley. I
t- mosquitoes and now lovely moonlights.The section
to enter
and was on way a gangon -FOR-
steamships between Boston and Fernandina Sch. David W. Hunt, Baker.
Walls faction of the Republicans in the road. Sch. J. J. Taylor, Mumford.
direct, arriving here every Friday and leav-
this city on Friday evening of last week The engineer of the Wildwood train claims
ing The advantages of these
i nominated Mose Taylor for the Assembly.Mr. .- that he did not see the man when he got every Clam Chowder SHOES.JUST
connections with the system of roads con- This evening, at
: L. M. Morris, the owner of the Staf- near the track. trolled by the Florida Railway &; Naviga- tf J. FRED LOHMAN'S. .

+ ford Place on Cumberland Island, returned The Base-Ball Game at Tallahassee.At tion Co. to the Florida: producer and ship- RECEIVED AT

j from Pittsburgh, Pa., by the Carondelet this six o'clock last Sunday morning the per can hardly be overestimated, affordingas ---

week. Fernandina Base-Ball Club started for Tallahassee they do' daily communication with the
The House
4 }. Masters Charley and Marion Woodward, with seven players, to play the great markets of the North, and that through Uptown' Clothing

'js l b' sons of W. J. Woodward, 'Esq., returned match game announced in last week's issue Florida's Atlantic seaport, Fernandina.The ,

t :'. Thursday from Wilmington-, N. C., where ,I with the Floral City's, of that city. freight rates established will., be as lowas ,CORNER OF SIXTH AND ASH STREETS,

rt they have been at school. At 'Jacksonville. Club was fortunate it i is possible to make them. A I.ARGE'STOCK I FALL GOODS

Mr. C. R. Jeffreys, .,of Maitland, formerly enough to meet Mr. George Burbridge, of The'service from this port under this arrangement ,

;,t of Jacksonville, died on the 27ih inst. The I the Florida Herald Club, who kindly con- will be as follows: To Savannah CONSISTING OF A l FULL LINE OFMEN'S -

j sented to accompany them. The seven twice daily one exclusively for'passengers -
a : deceased was a brother of our fellowtownsman ; AND
:' W. 0. Jeffreys, Esq. players were now increased to eight, and as the ,other for freight. The popular BOYS', CHILDREN'S CLOTHING,

they expected to be joined at Live Oak by Cumberland' Route will in all probabilitybe
The Caronddet which sailed for New York Gents' Furnishing Goods Umbrellas etc.
W ,
i.) rMr. Lefils, a regular member of the nine, reestablished.To ,

r ,I Thursday evening last, carried the following and one of its strongest players,.who was at Charleston four times a week, touching Which I WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IX THE

cargo: 144 barrels. rosin, "30 barrels spirits the time visiting friends at Macon, Ga., the at Savannah.To CITY. Give me a call)) before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the place:

I ; 231 cases cedar, 40 pails shrimp, 50 packages party felt itself already complete and secure Baltimore, Philadelphia and Boston as >J6r THE UPTOWN CLOTHING HOUSE.-a W. J. LOHMAN
merchandise. .
from defeat. In consequence the boys were frequent as by any other possible route.

: We invite all good citizens, and especially in excellent spirits, and the journey from To New York, every Thursday direct via

the ladies to attend the meeting at Lyceum Jacksonville Live Oak was, though warm, Mallory Line; three times a week via Ocean

,' Hall on Wednesday evening next, when made very enjoyable by the exuberance of Steamship Line; twice a week, via New:York

Florida's next Governor will be ;introduced good nature which prevailed.At and Charleston Steamship Line.

to the people of this city. Live Oak; owing to a lack of railroad To Boston direct once a week. SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

( : detachment of seventeen men, United connection,disappointment was met insteadof The new: service goes into effect by Sep- .

r 4 States Artillery, commanded by Sergeant : Mr. Lefils that gentleman having failedto tember 15th next. rn
'-: : William Costello, arrived by the Carondelet get through from Macon in time. The perfection of this combination is in a '01> Q Uld

I this week. They went to relieve the garrison Tallahassee was reached at three p. m., large measure due to the sagacity, untiringenergy A full'and complete assortment of t '

#r stationed at St. Augustine. and a deputation from the Floral City Club a'nd perseverance of the managementof 02

The steamship.Caronddct brought 100 tons met our boys at the depot and escorted themto the Florida Railway &; Navigation Com- 02 ..
rl of'iron' for the New Orleans Street Railway the St. James Hotel, where ,they' receivedthe pany. ,

:. Company. The iron was transferred from kindest attention during their stay.On Democratic Mass Meeting on Wed
Monday at half-past three the game IN BULK AND IN PAPERS,
the ship direct to the cars, and despatched nesday. r.n

to its destination on Thursday last. commenced, with but eight men on the Fer- Elaborate preparations are being made by 00
nandina side, while Tallahassee was repre- Which. we offer
the Executive Committee of the Clevelandand Q
The house and lot on Fourth street, owned
sented by a'fu)) nine. Six: innings were LJu
.. 3 ; the Sisters of St. raffled Perry Club for a grand mass meetingon W
P by Joseph, was on '
played without serious complaint on either At Prices LOWER than the
Monday and Tuesday evenings last. A Mr. Wednesday evening next. The com 1 Producers.
t side, but in the seventh a disagreement GCGC
has made with the
I of New York the fortunate mittee arrangements
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j. f. Hughes, was resulted'in the withdrawal of __
; winner. Six hundred chances had been Florida, Railway and Navigation Companyfor
h a ; taken. the visiting Club upon the ground of injus- : excursion rates for all those who wishto

'1u 4 tice at the hands of the umpire. Several attend the meeting from points along the ., EKED W. HOYT &. CO.
Among the public speakers who are expected mistakes had previously been overlooked on 1
line of the follows
_railway_ ,.as :
IC .to address the Cleveland and Perry account- of the umpire's lack of judgment; Baldwin to Fernandina and ret............$1.50 00 SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE N
: Club during the campaign, are Captain C. E. but when two men of the Tallahassee Club Dutton's h........... 1.25Callabah ,

i : Dyke and Attorney-General Rancy, of Tal- (the batsman and a man on first base) were I ., ....'........ 1.00 -

'f ; lahassee, and .Mr. J. E. Hartridge, of Jack- to run home and score their runs Italia .. "..' ............ 75 FERNANDINA, ., FLORIDA.
'' permitted Hart's Road" ............ 50 OQ
I q.1 sonville. on a lost foul ball, the patience of the Fer- JacksonvilleDuval ............ ,1.00 rI2 --

I 4 Musical evenings at the Mansion, Miss nandina Club became exhausted, and they .. ............ 75 SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !
'I ............ 75 ,
Wittington, of New Orleans, presiding at were obliged to leave the field. Captain Tisonia,

; ', t :''t: ; : the piano. The .beautiful soprano voice of Stark then informed the umpire that, whatever The Martha is expected to make an extra

E ; ;,t. Mrs. Acosta, of our own city, was added to his decision was, he would not play trip, from King's Ferry and points on the

t,, ; Miss Wittington's glorious contralto on any longer,as so much time had been wasted St. Mary's river on Wednesday, leaving

; Tuesday evening. in argument that it had become too dark.to King's Ferry about one o'clock p. m., returning -

;' at which the umpire the the next morning on the regular
continue gave
M We have received the first copy of the ;
fi Fanners' Journal, a paper started at Gainesville game to Tallahassee, with a score of nine to trip of the steamer. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

'.1. i' .._ in the interest of Josiah T. Walls, the nothing. The score as it actually stood ateven Gov 'Perry and party, while in the city .
will be the of the club.
: innings is appended. guests
,- Independent Republican candidate for Con !
; The Fernandina Club has every reason to The. club will meet at its headquarters at
gress. The paper is vcry ably edited and its
1-. -. : typographical appearance is excellent. feel satisfied with the treatment received 7 o'clock sharp and escort the Governor to
: while the guests of the Floral City's; and the hall, preceded by the Jacksonville Silver
> :. < The pilot-boat Agnes Bell, which returned that'the umpire's inexperience Cornet Band rGi-* t ?5
a '; from Brunswick, Ga., with regret "
Wednesday "
h on
t =: 5jr Jtr.r' : -- *g" y iS's" 5- ---iS3'2lj : -*
should have led to an unpleasantness suchas ? ,*" ., J"r SPtr "
New House. =r \- : --e: ? tB EgM afeiE-=-
", \i party of colored excursionists, brought Dr. Clothing J -' Mv-A isPsl e
,, r : : Pope's patent boat, which has been at that existed )Ir.;'v:. J. Lohman opened this :week ,on

r: port since the rescue of the two cast-away The Tallahassee Club have been invitedto : Ash street, near the corner .of Fifth, the __ -- --S .
meet boys for a second game, which, S.
1 .;#' printers, some six weeks since. our Uptown Clothing House. Mr. Lohman, a '
i'' ; Pt ; if the invitation is accepted, will be playedon 'worthy young man, is a brother of our fellow -
', ',For the past four months a large swarm ,the Fernandina_ grounds within two citizens Fred J. and A. W. Lohman.

+ of bees has been seen entering and going weeks. For the past two -years he has been chief

A { ., ; out of a hole in the brick wall of the Chapel SCORE.Fernandinas. clerk in Funke's Dry Goods Emporium.His .

I ,: to the Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph. 1 2 S 45 6 ,runs Outs stock is well selected and we bespeak .b's
.I for him a share of the patronage of our
,#3+, '. The hole had been left there between the Maxwell s.s..1 00100 2 0. readers. His advertisement will be found

4 ceiling and floor for making a support for Marsh, p......... 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 elsewhere. _
: 00100 1 3.'
: Burbridge, 2b. 0
On Thursday evening a
:: a gSllery. Snead c. f...... 000001 1 3 Range of ThermometerFOR
; workman was engaged to investigate, and Hill, 1. f......... 0 1 0 0 0 0 1. 3 J .;
1 ylt '' :.. to the surprise of everybody an immense Stark, c.......... 0 0 1 0 0 O. 1 3 TilE WEEK HORSEY'S: ENDING DRUG FRIDAY STORE., ACGCST 29,

tti h : hive'of comb was discovered, filled with Hubby, lb.......0100. 01.2, 1 '
1 ; : Mode, 3b........ 0 0 0 0..0 l' 1. 3 ... ps
S : k the purest honey. The comb, when taken J--.. .- .. -.5 .
- - -w ,
4 : I. : : Wind -S --- S
t; : out filled nearly two barrrels. Total....... 1 2 1 3 0' 3 10. 18 I : :::.. CoIt
r c7) 0Saturd
'"", Floral City's.. 1 S S 45 6 Runs Outs

; : C TIle CJerefaiici and Perry Club. Lamar, s. s........1 00000. 1 0 y, Aug., ..3 78 8" 86 84 I S.E.
The Cleveland and Perry Club of this city .8hineCJ.,2b200000 0 4: Sunday:.._........2-1 ,77 'SS 87 851 S.E.
h J ti 4t 00000 1 3 Monday _..........25' 87 85 X.E., .
? ; ;,: had a very interesting Second street meeting at its headquarters Chaires Crawford,3b..l, c..... 001010 2 2 I Tuesday ............26 .176 71 86 86 84 1 N.E. A. Do NOYES 9
.i on on Thursday c"ening 37 85 85 N.E.
Wednesday..a7 ;
0 2
Bradley, c. f... 0) 0 0 0 0
last. Arrangements will be made to Jat es,2d b.... 0 00000. ,0 2 Thursday ..........28 78 I 87 SG 8-1 1 S.1- : DEALER IN
g have speakers from' abroad to address the CrawfordCY.rf 0 00010 1 2 Friday....,.........29.7S SG I 8G SS.E..

f i t, club during the campaign. The execu- Shine,R.A.,p. 0 00110 '2 2 FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES,
Critchelow,l.f. 000010 1 2 MARLYE.Port .
tive committee was given entire charge to
t - -
,;,'t make all necessary provisions for the 'reception Total....... J2 0 1 11 0 8 "iS .. of Fernandina Hay and Grain,. Ship Stores,

of Gen. E. A. Perry and party and .for Struck Fernandina's 3; Floral City's HIGH WATER. FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS
r the mass meeting at Lyceum Hall on Wednesday 12. Umpire W. A. Rawls. Scorers-G. A. Saturday,August. 30...... 2:40: A.M. 3:10 P.M. ,
r, :: Baltzell and Mr. Williams. Sunday, 31...... 3:34 4:04 CROCKERY HARDWARE WILLOW-WAKE-
evening next. Monday, Septem. 1...... 4:23: 4:55" ,
I'' Crippen writes from New York that., the Tuesday, 2...... 5:23 5:50". --- --- -------.-
*; Gen. Perry and other eminent Demo- market for red paint and new brushes has Wednesday, 3.6:16. 6:40". :
; cratic speakers at Lyceum Hall Wednesday already been exhausted by the chief, R. W.Southwick. Thursday, 4...... 7:06 7:28 h, .,t." Prices Low as the Lowest.

\\J ; r night. Friday, 5...... 7:54 8:12 X. E. corner Centre and Second Sis,, Ferimmliiia. Fla
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