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: September 13, 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
oclc - 33834378
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System ID: UF00054505:00234
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CLEVFL.4 1US!; LABOR RECORD. The Irish American suspects were released I OUR I 'RIVERS. AP, or, .ARBORS.:... It would be a very important Traveler's Guide. ...
the bill broken down all incurably .-, .w
Cleveland sIgned passed some nearly, ; .
Governor move for ,the ,East Tennessee, Virginia .. ,-,.
a Democratic legislature,, to allow the diseased, without, any proof whatever REPORT OF COLONEL GILLMORE OF kHE UNITED > TRANSIT k PENINSULAR RAILROAD. '. :s:
bv their opinion against,, thecompetition that they ever violated. or intended to violate STATES ENGINEERING.! oRPS. & Georgia Railroad,which owns
express .
to '
people Day Passenger Train leaven -
l Of convict with honest labor. any law. When the British Government WASHINGTON, August 24The following the :Macon. & Brunswickroad: ) to For Cedar Key and Wild wood and .;

Governor Cleveland compelled the last said that ,Walsh was releasedon table summarizes! the.,,report of Colonel make an independent all-rail con- all points on Transit :Road.......10.05 a.;m.

ublicnh legislature, much against its account of ill health, it was no Gillmore, of the Egineer"Corps, on the improvement nection with Florida via Buffalo For Savannah and all points North '.

I'will.cr, to pai-sn: bill in accordance with 1 .t the 1 pretense but the truth, and it i is entirely of.rivers i : and_!harbors.i in Georgia, St.Mary's and West..........................-.....10.05 ;:m- ,

of the people so emphatically ex- idle for Mr. Elaine's advocates to claim for Florida and South Carolina for' the past and Hart's Road. : (connecting at Callahan.:) -,; :

Fall the him the of the rights of American fiscal the amount' asked for We see no particular significanceto I For Tallahassee, Pensacola and all ..:. I-_
wrpresse(1 at the (His last against championship year, expended, points on the Florida Central & *:'&.**. ',<:

continuance i of the prison contract s 'stem. citizens abroad, when, while he had and available: ..,','."'.'. the purchase by the Plant Systemof Western Railroad................. ...10.05r.m;: *.:'_' >-,
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Governor Cleveland signed the bill to the power and opportunity, he sustained<< : Available- Asked the Albany & Brunswick Rail- (connecting, at Baldwin.) ;;' :;. '= '.l::;',;
contract, child labor in all the State Minister Lowell's false doctrine, in violation I Riversand, Harbors.:; for Day Passenger Train arrives ;1 *._' : ;:: j:':;
abolish of the law of the United State: i+ ".'.4r road, except as a branch road to their From Cedar Key Wildwood, and -"*. :kJ
reformatories. (, .) all points on the Transit :Road... ',' ;: { '
Cleveland approved two bills Charleston Harbor.....:;;,\. $260,230'$600,000 main line and a feeder, from. a section 4.381).01. '
Governor Cut S. C.....:. ,' 37 11.000 From Savannah and all points in jitt
BRANDY BRANCH. Wappo .f : 3.
again-t tenement house cigar manufactur- Edisto river. S. C............,':!_ < 6.8GOU10, [ ,10,000 of country which supplies a the North and West................ 4.33 p: nftri- '

in S. DELEGATES TO THE COUNTY CONVENTION Salkichatchie: river, SJJ"'r' '- '10,000 large amount of lumber and naval From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and ,;
Go'crwlClev: land signed the bill making SOCIETY :NOTES. Ashley river S. C..........&-* 2,080 1.000 all points on the Florida Central :- ..;. .' : '

first creditors for incase Savannah river and harbor. 201,074. 330.000 stores. fc Western Railroad................. 4.38 p.m.
wrkingmen SEPTEMBER 11, 1884.
} Savannah riverand harbor, Night Passenger Train leaves
of th<,: (failure of the employer or con- To the Editor of the Mirror : between AngustaandSavh.Romney .16,044: ............ The story that Mrs. Parnell, daughter of For Cedar Key Wildwood, and all

tractor. At a meeting of ,the voters of Precinct No. Marsh, Ga....;.:._ 10,020 14,000 Commodore Stewart" Old Ironsides"-of points on the Transit Road........ 4.38 p. m.
Gt\eiw)3r Cleveland signed the bill to held here the following Brunswick harbor......;... 10.284 75,000 For Savannah and all
gentlemen North
to-day our'navy and mother of the noted Irish points
Altamaha river.............:.. 15.714
hat makers from convict manufacture. selected delegates to 25,000Cumberland and 'V.est.................................. 4.38 p.n1.
as representthe
protect were Sound............ 95,813 noo.ooo agitator, came to this country to dispose of
precinct in the County Convention to be St. John's river .............. 152,163 600,000 the Irish vote in the coming election, and (connecting at Callahan.) ,
Governor Cleveland signed the bull to held at Callahan next Saturday, the 13th Upper St. John's river....... 5,000 33,800 would influence Irishmen to For Tallahassee Pensacola,and all
Volusla bar Fla............c.. 3,410 1,500 many approvethe points on the Florida Central & .
protect widows and orphans from swindling instant: N. A. Hicks. J. A. Surrency, S. J. I St. Augustine Creek, Fla... 3,417.............. :Republican ,ticket, is as untruthful as Western Railroad......... ......... 4.38 p.m.,
insurance! corporations: Woods and T.J. Peterson, with G. W. Bryce many others of the Blaine party's yarns. In (connecting at Baldwin.)

Governor Cleveland gave his signature to H. L. Mattair, R. F. Hunt and L. J. Forakeras Of improvements of Charleston harbor ,reply to a Herald reporter who said to her. Night Passenger Train arrives

the emigration bill to protect emigrants from alternates. Colonel Gillmore says : "A large appropriation "Then you think that Irishmen would best From all Cedar,Key, Wildwood, and
points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. m.
extortion and robbery. Quite a pleasant hop was given at the residence is necessary to effect within a serve their own interests by voting the From Savannah and all points in :

Governor Cleveland signed the bill to of Mr. H. L. Mattair one night last comparatively:: short time a decided ',improvement Democratic ticket?" Mrs. Parnell said :- the North and West................. 8.40 a. m.

j,revent pawnbrokers from robbing the poor week, for the special purpose of showing of the new channel, not only by "Most assuredly I do. There can be no From.Pensacola. Tallahassee, and a

and unfortunate. respect to the marriage of R. B. Brown and extending and. ,.raising both jetties but also question that the Democratic party is the all points on Florida Central & : '

Western Railroad...................
Governor: Cleveland signed the bill for the wife. dredging. between_. them, Preparations for party for the workingmen to support and 8.40a.m., ; "

letter protection of those' who place their Another victim of a rattle snake's bite dredging on the scale: originally con'templated the party which will best care for the citizens FERXAXDINA k JACKSONVILLE R. R. r 4

earnings in the saving banks. was reported last week, near the Okeefenokee in the project:should begin at once of foreign birth." Train leaves daily, except Sunday }

Governor Cleveland signed the bill which swamp in Georgia, in the person of Mr. but it will--be impracticable unless the This sounds like Old Ironsides" himself For Jacksonville......................... 7.30 a. m.
for the of steam boilers, funds be much than Train arrives daily, except Sunday
testing more liberally
provides John Cheser about 22 supplied who earnest Democrat this
was as
a young man years a as From Jacksonville....................... G.40p.m.
that laboring: men might be better protectedfrom old. heretofore. It is of the utmost importancethat country ever produced.-New York Herald. Sunday only-

accident resulting from the careless Measles has made its appearance in the the period of/bad ,navigation during For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a.D1

indifference of wealthy corporations. families on the St. Mary's: river, as well as which the Pumpkin Hill channel will be Bisbee's followers are making strenuous For Jacksonville ........................ 5.00 p. m.
Governor Cleveland asked the last Re- undergoing further deterioration, while the efforts to break down the growing From Jacksonville....... ...............10.35 a. m.
cases in our neighboring town of Baldwin. popu- From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40p.m.
publican l legislature to appropriate sufficient The musical voices of our young men and jetty canal is not ready for use, should be larity of the Walls independent movementby

funds to allow laboring men to con- ladies have been greatly improved since the anticipated and proper measures taken to insinuating to his followers that it is SEA ISLAND ROUTE.

tinue work on the Capitol. This the Re- opening of Prof. Hubert's singing schoolin render it as brief as possible.' Nothing but a only a question of time and money when From,Savannah Sunday and,Steamer Thursday.St.Nicholas '

publican legislature refused to do, preferringto town. TOM, vigorous prosecution of. the work can do Mr. Walls will come down. Judging from For Savannah. Steamer St. Nicholas -

squander: the State funds on commissions this. The delays that have already occurred the appointments for public meetings by Monday and Friday. '.. '

.and political investigating committees rather The Oldest Man Dead.To cannot fail to have a notable effect on the Mr. Walls, published elsewhere and the MALLORY LINE '...:

than for the benefit of workingmen. the Editor of the Mirror : ultimate cost of the improvement. If the recent circus at Gainesville, this seems to be For New York direct, by steam-

What Governor of New York'has done On the 5th the oldest inhabitant died near policy of small appropriations, and consequently pretty effectually contradicted.A ships State of Texas or City of '

more for labor than Grover Cleveland Archer-Santo Quan,aged about 120 years. intermittent and uncertain progress, San Antonio,Thursdav evening 7.00 p.m. ;. 1
From New;York m'
Albany Argus. He was a native of West Africa, tall, gaunt is continued, it is perhaps not too much to Card."My -. San Antonio and direct State by of City Texas of, :

and very black. At his, death he had lost say the original, cost..niay'be, :nearly if not. name having been mentioned frequently every Friday..:........................ 3.00p.m. I
in connection with the of
HOW ELAINE VIOLATED LAW but three teeth though the others ; position .
,- were quite doubled when completed under this Sheriff of Nassau County, I beg to state thus ST. MARYS RIVER.

TO PERSECUTE IRISH AMERICANS. worn to the gums in front. Some years ago policy. It has been impossible to work publicly that, while I appreciate the good Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-'

the writer questioned him closely and foundhe under the conditions and in such manneras offices of my friends, for various reasons For St. Marys and Crandall,TuESday .

From the Xew York Sun, August 28th. was well informed about Africa-could to secure the results contemplated at the personal to myself, I cannot accept the posi- and Friday...................... 2.00 p.m.
Congressman William E. Robinson, of tion. In thus declining the honor, I beg to For St. Marys and Dungeness, on
Brooklyn!said to one of the National Com- recollect very much of his native tongue, outset. I am confirmed in the belief thatif say to my friends, that in the present incumbent Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. in.
and the incidents of the red-coat" war of sufficient funds were now available to of the office they have a man better For St. Marys only Monday and
mittee that Mr. Blaine while in did
Congress 1776. He survived five wives and the son, provide for eighteen months of uninterrupted suited for the position than any other man Thursday................................ 8.00 a. in.
nothing for the protection of naturalized in the county, and 1 ask them to support Steamer Martha amves-
grandson and great-grandson of his first
american'citizens while in foreign coun- work carried on simultaneously on him at the election. From St. Marys and Crandall on '

tries. He said : master. For the last twenty years Quantohas both jetties together with the dredging con- H. C. PICKETT. Monday and Thursday..........._ 7.00a. m.-_

All been nearly helpless, almost blind and templated, the tonnage capacity of the Callahan, Fla., August 27 1884. From St. Marys and Dungeness,
the discussions of the course of Mr.
and .._
living indeed. on Wednesday Saturday 1.00p.m.,
on charity, pitiable object Charleston approach would be nearly
Blaine while Secretary of State and of recent for Sheriff.I From St. :Marys only, Monday and

Republican Administrations regarding Archer, Fla., & & 10, '84. J. C. N. quadrupled before the expiration of that hereby myself to the Democratsas Thursday.........................._ ..... 2.00 p. n1. .
American citizens arrested abroad seem to time. That is to say, the vessels of the a candidate for Sheriff and respectfully

overlook the great fact that the conduct of THUMBS.If greatest tonnage adapted to the present solicit their support. Post-Office Notice.

our anybody will look carefully at the end channel could then be replaced by others oi CHAS. W. CONE. Office Hours-From. 8:00.M.. to C.OO r. M.:
Government was not only contrary to of his thumb he will find that the surface is nearly four times their carrying capacity." Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. :31.
true Democratic doctrine, but was actual For Sheriff.I Orders and Letters from,
Registered .
ridged with little threadlike ranges of hills Money
Relative to the improvement'or the en- announce myself a candidate for Sheriff
violation of statute laws of the United and from 2:00
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; p. MV
wound round and round in tiny spirals. It of Nassau County and ask for the votes of
trance to Cumberland Sound, the engineer ,
States. Tlji' act of 28th to 3:30 P. 11.ARRIVAL .
July 1868. provides
he will take a magnify glass and examine all the Democrats.
distinctly that in the of says : Unless a contract on terms very AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
case the arrestof BURT G. DYAL.
them he will find that there is
any Ailerican citizen abroad closely a great advantageous to the United States can be Callahan, Fla., August 26, 1884. Transit & Peninsular Railroad
a speedy deal of in the in which ....... 4:00
trial individuality way made I doubt the expediency! of expendingthe Arrives dailv except Sunday. p. M.
should be demanded
or immediate release mails the North the
these are arranged. No two thumbs in the For Sheriff.The Brings ,
and t'tat in case this is not acceededto recent appropriation of $75,000 until Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
world are exactly alike. The miniature undersigned announces himself as a
additional been
funds shall have provided. railroads.
it should.bc the
duty of the President to mountain ranges are as fixed and decided as candidate for Sheriff of Nassau County, and Closes daily except Sunday........... 6:00 i. 3t.
take all steps short of war to enforce com- the Alps or the Sierras ; the geography of the THE PURCHASE OF TIlE ALBANY asks the support of the Democratic voters of Takes mails for the North, the
pliance, aUf l at the first the county at the coming election.
possible opportunity Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
thumb is unmistakable. Nothing short of & BRUNSWICK RAILROAD. J. A. ELLERMANN.
to rep|-t the case to Congress the roads.Leesburg .
declaring war- mutilating or burning the thumb can obliterate The Plant System have bought out Fernandina, Fla., August 29, 1884. train arrives daily.......... 8:30 '. M..,
power. The law also
providesthat its features. Sometimes a ghastly proofof Brings Western mail .
there shall be no distinction betweenthe the Albany & Brunswick Railroad, For Collector of Revenue.The only.
is furnished-a murderer red-
guilt Feinanrtma & Jacksonville Railroad
cases of native born and naturalized handed with his crime, may touch his leading from Albany, Ga., to Bruns- to friends his of Mr.for WARREN the consideration F. SCOTT beg of Arrives daily except Sunday......... 8:50 A. r.r. .
citizen Tliis act as passed in the House ends white and leavein wick. This them the control] Brings the Jacksonville and St.
fingers' upon a so gives the Democratic voters of Nassau county for John's

c ginally provided( that in case of the arrestof the color of his guilt a photograph on of the chord of the arc made by the re-election. :Mr. Scott as is well known, Arrives daily river except mails.Sunday......... 5.00 r. )I. .
an Anne can citizen abroad and the refusal has been a good and faithful officer and i if ,0
the wall. His is left mails above.
accusing signature just Brings same as
of release speedy trial, it should be as unmistakably and thus great crimes Savannah, Florida & Western Rail- elected the people will that serve he has with done the same heretofore.For fidelity. to Closes daily except Sunday.......... 9:00 '.M._,

the duty of our government to make a retaliatory have been brought to light and deeds of way between Waycross and Albany.It Takes the Jacksonville,St John's '. '
arrest of blood made to tell their own history But :River and Northern mail?.
any citizen of that countr does not them Clerk of the Circuit Court.
)' within our jurisdiction. Gen. Banks, this individuality in the skin 'of the tip of ., give -any new connection We to the Democratic Closes daily except Sunday........... 5:30 ?. M: .
who'a the thumb, strongly marked as it is, yet so far as we see except from respectfully present Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's
> thfli of Nassau the of JohnA.
> Chairman of the Committee admits of strong family likeness. Brothers voters county name river. Northern and Western mails.:
Foreign Affairs, and nearly all the leading and sisters' who will take impressions of Waycross to Brunswick. They do Edwards for re-election to the office o f Sunday Jail- ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court. For the past
member: advocated the bill with the their thumbs will, find resemblance among not control the line west from Albanyvia eight years Mr. Edwards has filled the position Jacksonville and St. John's :River.

wccption of Mr. Blaine, who was conspicuous each other them that they with will not find when Eufaula first as Deputy then as Clerk with arrives......................................10:2.31..
by his comparing the thumbs of nor north of Albany, credit to himself and the and in Northern mail arrives.................. too P.1..
silence. The occasion of the introduction strangers. Even thus minutely does that county, '
and it does not at all shorten the our opinion no better man could be found Jacksonville, St. John's River anl
of the bill at my instance was strange thing-familY likenesses-descend. for the position. the North, closes...................... 6:00 A. M.
the What wonder is it that faces look alike
line from New Orleans via Pensacola.It .
occurrences in Ireland in 1867. when I MANY VOTERS OF TIlE Cou "Y. Jacksonville and St. John's River
sound alike how
J'-ngli>h Judges treated our naturalizationpapers that voices members of;the same can it family seem strange should givem them an additional outletto only, closes.............................. 4:00 P. M,

with contempt, and declared them have similarities of temper, of mental aptitudes the sea at Brunswick but we do For Tax Assessor. SAML. T. :RIDDELL. P. MWarranty ..

worthless ato British-born Americans. and hereditary diseases when such Believing that I have proven myself a
I Md all Republican minor peculiarities as the texture at the end not suppose they would make thata faithful servant of the people of Nassau and Mortgage Dee(1H.
i"ccnt Administrajjnns of the thumbs, and its ranges of hills, should county. and .considering myself by reason T IXEN IAPER-GO CTS. PER DOZEN.Samples .
culpable for disregard of that law. Mr. also have family resemblances in the midstof terminus for their cotton or naval of past experience, fully competent to per- JLJ sent upon receipt of 2-cent ;

as Secretary of State, paid not attention their infinite diversities. "The hairs of stores in preference Savannah. form the difficult duties of this important stamp. AddressFLORIDA
to it, dd to our' head are numbered," and not only so. office and pledging myself to a faithful dis- )IIRROI:.
and wrote + help our people, but each hair if examined with a powerful There was some. talk, some months charge of the duties devolving upon me. 20 Fernandina, Fla.

ripe enigmatically: and falsely about magnifying glass shows peculiarities as since of making a connection from if elected'I hereby place myself before youas p
Aruerir>l.ll doctrine, wick was correctly strong as the trees of a forest. No two are a candidate for Tax Assessor of Nassau F

t ''"unciated secretary Marcy, and carried alike. Everything from the smallest to i the Albany & Brunswick Road from county, and respectfully solicit your.suf- THE WNVY? r 'THB 0VTH .
out by the greatest, is impressed with a specific frages. Respectfully
110'1' Compiojdore! Ingraham "at the can- character and individuality. The Creator'sinvention some point below Waycross to St. W. H. GARLAND.

I' mouth. jMr. Blaine substantially cn- is exhaustless, and he no more and Jackson- is located at SEWANEE, TENN., upon the
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dol'S& the I English doctrine, that she hade repeats himself in the geography of a thumb Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet above the i
'.11 right to than in the geography of a continent. Nowif ville, that might have been an objectfor Tracts each of sea level. This school, under the special
. !: habeas rcgardreigners containing twenty acres
suspend corpus patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant
111 anybody doubts this, let him take a little .
:;':: hnd' I hold them in prison at black or aniline color,* and. try. He will the Wolf ErIanger people ; but. choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake Episcopal Church in the South and South I

\\111, :She 1 niawi. have the authority to do so acquire an acquaintance with his thumb we do not see why the Plant System suitable for orange growing and truck farm- west, offers the healthiest residence and the ('
rt". o ardin lei ovn t and respect for it that will be quite interest- ing, are now offered for sale. These lands best advantages, both moral and educational -
OUr ,. i subjects, but not. regardan. ing. should care about it, unless to compete -,. are very conveniently situated for transportation in its Grammar School and its Collegiate -
I'TCCUtl1 co an. any, failure on the ]part of our with the by water or, rail, and will be sold on and Theological Departments. For )
e to cirryout the Marcy doctrine Cotton from Middle Florida is now being or prevent extensionof terms to purchasers. Titles are unques the ,special claims of this University for
and obey. ) the Macon & tionable. Also valuable timber (lands in a DPl.for documents the
tile:: l3.-v of I8GS should not be, forb1'ell shipped in.large quantities over the Transit Brunswick Railroadto patronage Rev.
or large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, TELFAIR HODGSON, D. D., Vice-Chan
forgotten by Am erican voters. road. Florida. February 143, 1882, Fernandina, Fla. cel lor. Sewanee, Tenn. '

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r; '-. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : SEPTEMBER 13, 1884. ::

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4 o,,;t%:' 'i, : .:. YOUNG HEARTS.What were the accounts of'liis munificence, Bergamino here:.paused'for: his storywas of bitter- contestation: as soon as the I should say paint something which I

A't;. I,;.M 4 i : j of the splendor :of his table and ended. ., ._ .t' >- rather died. Each one declared that I will indicate, but which I am sure i is
1''.", ;,1.. I' though the years are flying fast especially of the manner:in which all The Marquis had listened in silence; the rights of succession' were his;; each' not known to you."
." .t1 who chose visit him at and 'one expected to be regarded as the You will be doing
r And silver sprinkles: through the hair. were regaled \ to : possessed quite enough, penetra me a vast
"+"fJt1, And the crow's feet come and wrinkles lastIn the hour of dinner.. Curious to see a tion to :understand 'why it had, been head'of' the family; each one produced favor," 'replied Ermino. "Pray tell
tf!hi, : .f That, !spite:!with of reluctance pride's most we confess jealous care; rich man who, was also generous, told.. his ring as a proof of, his heritage. It me what is the subject upon which I
<1 f.p A'n Growing old!"escapes the tongue? Primasso resolved to pay a visit to the My: friend,*' he said with a smile, was, however, impossible to know the shall set an artist to .work."
.. }: So plain a truth should not distress good Bishop. "You have chosen'a: 'very good way of real and the false j jewels apart, and a "Well, then," replied Courtier,
;:f() 'Tis nothing if the heart is young.That It appeared that, just then, the :making me known your necessity, your legal process, was begun to establishthe "{ let him execute a painting of liber-
's!*' 'we have errors to regret prelate was residing in one of his merit, andmy; meanness. I own that true succession. This process is ality."
3't 4 There Is but the common lot, of all ; country mansions not many miles toward you I have not maintained my so full of intricacy, and so many ques- Ermino stood in silent shame, for
to be lived for
.. ) Tb struggle something on, what'er befall. yet, away from the city ; therefore, Pri- character for generosity, but I now tions are involved in it, that it is go- he comprehended the reproof, and
..1. 'Tis'useless that above the pass masso calculated that by starting make amends by according you; that ing,on to the present day and without knew not what to say'in his own ex
:1c The dirges of remorse are rung- should be able there in '' '' of ended. tenuation. Then
early he to get which you have adroitly asked'for. any hope being satisfactorily with a rapid resolveto
We'll old time until the last
...." ,:{ii tf(, And fight triumph while the heart is,young. i good time for dinner. With this the noble sent for some "That, my lord, is the story," said change his ways, and become as
studied the road he made rich of his the Jew in conclusion and with other
w 's Having clothing as part gift; one as generous as men, he cried :
.s.'(.: r. :., While Should the never life exits be!:!obscured the light'of by gloom hope his arrangements for starting ; but for of the best horses in his stable was the ring, so it is with the laws which Sir, I am glad you have given me
a. ; But brighten all our horoscope fear lest he might lose his way and be placed at ,the disposal of Bergamino: the Almighty* has given to three dif-- such an answer. 'Tis true that hitherto -
; :, i ':ij'i Until our footsteps touch the tomb. delayed, he had the prudence to pro-- and'a purse of gold was dropped into ferent people. Each believes that I have not understood what lib
1'.,'. ', i The S..oldest faith should still have never truths be unstrung to learn, vide himself with three rolls, which his hand. with them is the right of inheritence, erality is; now I will have that virtueso
'I yf i Ourlittle. lamps will cheerly burn ; would secure him against hunger. In addition to all this bounty his each considers that they have the true set forth upon my walls that neither
C? As long as e'er the heart is young. However, he found the distance easierto debt at the inn was paid for him by law, and obey the only true command- you nor any other person shall
:.4-,:; And how shall hearts be kept in green accomplish than he had expectedso La Scala's orders; therefore his skill ,ments. It is not yet decided whichof be able in future to address me a like
'r .: When cheeks are sunk and eyes are dim, he was at the Bishop's house some- and courage resulted in his returning the three is nearest to the truth, reproach.''
.;t i'r: t" s When age brings on the days of spleen what in advance of the dinner hour. home a happy and.'contented man. and to all appearances it never It is said that from that day Ermine
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'.;J'- ., And memory croons a funeral hymn ? at admitted he had timeto will be." No in
H" ". 3Jy finding means of doing good, Being once I look around him and to observe THE THREE RINGS. Saladin that the Jew could be kind and
:r' .,:,1! ". B)y soothing souls with sorrow stung; perceived was more charitable, no
.:,!,:". Thus age and death are long withstood, the grand preparations which were Saladin was so great and so'valiant too wily for him, and he admired the one was so open-hearted in hospitality
'k.:'r'. ;. A>nd thus our hearts are ever young. making. Presently the governor of a man that by hfs merits he was raisedto skill with which' he had avoided the to strangers; the poor blessed him the
<'. 'r, J Harpers1 Weekly. the household called out that dinner the throne of Babylon, and won the trap set for him. It would be uselessto rich respected him, and his old title of
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,1 i* : ,' i, THREE ITALIAN STORIES. would shortly be served, and that glory of many a conquest over both maneuver further with a man like miser" became a thing of the past.
: the guests must place themselves at Christians and Saracens. As the this; therefore the King told him
'"i '. ,' table. By chance Primasso was Prince was engaged in many costlywars of his pressing need of money, and CORRADO'S COOK.
,. ':1 ;' THE BISHOP S DINNER. seated exactly facing the door through and, moreover, was liberal in frankly asked for the loan. He was Signor Corrado was one of the wealth-
) (: :: Since the reign of the Emperor which the prelate would presenttlypass his expenditure, there came a time candid enough also to confess what iest citizens of Florence, nor did he
.;. 1: ; '. :, Frederick the Second few Italian lords to the banquet, and it was the when he found his resources so exhausted his purpose was if the reply to his spend his money grudgingly. Then
'I. .1, i haye: been so rich or F.O powerful as custom that even the first course that he was forced to look question had been less discreet. were few pleasures that he denied
"'! 1 one known in his country as the should not be served until he was around him and consider what he had Touched by the generosity of this himself, but it must also be confessed
t; ,J i '. Marquis de la Scala. He was one of himself seated. Suddenly the door better do. avowal, the Jew was moved to a good- that he was liberal to his friends and
i i' thee few men who are all through life opened and the Bishop was advancing, By and by Saladin remembered that will unusual to his character and produced .. benevolent to the poor. A number of
'. ',::1, : the favorites of fortune, yet who know but his eye lighted on Primasso in his in the town of Alexandria'there dwelta the large sum which Saladin dogs he had, which followed him in
} j !;, how to make good use of their honor shabby garments, and a feeling of wealthy Jew named Melchisedeeh, required. That monarch not only repaid rides about the country or bore him
..\'i ;; and of their wealth. This' nobleman disgust took possession of him thoughby who was accustomed to lend money at him the money, but made him company at the chase.
1 1 was very generous in entertaining his habit he was the most charitable of interest. many gifts and kept him near his own One Sunday Signor Corrado returned
: \, ; friends and acquaintances, and one men. ,Drawing back and.;, closing the Melchisedeeh was i an avariciousman royal person, treating him with respect from his favorite sport with a ,fine fat
.. :11':f 't ,r day, a superb fete was announced to door sharply, he inquired of his servants and not at all likely to produce{ and with a real friendship as crane, which he sent at once to the
::! I.:: I i be given by him shortly at his mansion who that person might be who such a sum as the King required; but long as he lived. kitchen, with an order for it to be well
;,t 'i i in Verona. Great preparations were was seated facing the door. No one the urgent need, he was in determined roasted and served for that. evening's
';' .' .set on foot, and all tongues busied knew, for Primasso was a perfect Saladin to obtain by force if neces- HOW AVARICE WAS CURED. repast.
themselves in describing the grandeur stranger to all. While the Bishop sary; therefore he devised a scheme In olden times there was a merchantof We must now explain that Qninqiri-
':4 I 1 Z J'' : of the coming banquet. Suddenly La still lingered outside the dining hall by which he might get the Jew in his Genoa who had made a handsome i bio, the cook, was a stupid, simple sort
\ 1. ?: \ Scala hanged his mind for some unexplained this unwelcome guest of his began to power, and sentence him to a fine that fortune, but because of his niggardli- of being, held ridicule among the
',) "I.i l: :, reason, saying the fete would feel hungry ; so drawing one of the should be sufficient to meet the emer- liness his own name of Ermino de Gri- other servants, though he well under
'I; 1 not take: place 1 at all. :Many strangers rolls from his pocket, he set to workto gency.So maldi was almost forgotten, and men stood his own business.
;' i had come to the town in readiness, eat it. Presently a servant lookedin Melchisedeeh was summoned to knew him best as Ermino the :Miser. He took the crane, and set about
l and as the :Marquis did not wish these to see if he were still in the same the palace and there received with No one in that part of Italy had such preparing it according to the signor's
: :( to go away under the impression that place. My lord,' said this one, returning much honor; presently he had an au- riches, yet no one so grudged every commands, and by and by a most delicious -
: F:' he was mean, he loaded each one with to the Bishop, 'not only is the dience of the King, who spoke to him penny he was forced to spend. You odor ascended from the kitchen.
i t, presents, which in value would far man there, but he is eating some after this manner: "I have been told may be sure, then, that he kept his The bird was just upon the point of
{< + more than make up to them for the bread which he seems to have brought great things concerning your wisdom, purse-strings tightly drawn if any appeal being sufficiently cooked, when a wo-
.;,:,:, :, expense of their journeys. with him.' Let him eat his own and especially, it is said, you have a for charity came his way-indeed, man of those parts, who was very
';1 He forgot one person only, a man bread,' was the reply, 'for certainlyhe remarkable knowledge of spiritual he had such a dread of the smallest friendly with Quinquibio, came into
.1. : 'I !named Bergamino, and it was rumored will not taste of mine to-day.' subjects. I have .sent for you, then, outlay that he scarce afforded himselfthe the kitchen. ,
.. : that this omission on the part of the Though he said this, the Bishop Melchisedeeh, that you may tell me commonest necessaries of life. Here is, indeed something excel-
I, nobleman had been voluntary ; he did would not go so far as to order Pri- this: Which of these three religions is While by a thousand mean econo- lent a-roasting," cried she. "I mnst
not know Bergamino, and therefore masso to retire, for he felt this wouldbe the best and the true-that of' the mies, then, Ermino increased his pos- really taste it, for never in my life did
I thought it needless to take the least too marked an incivility ; never- Jew, of the :Mohammeden, or of the sessions, he became more and more I smell a bird half so good to eat ad
.; '.!' ;; .'trouble to please him. theless, he hoped the delay in servingthe Christian?'; i disliked and despised by his acquaintances. this must be. Give me just a leg anda
,; I f' l Now Bergamino had undertaken dinner might cause this man to Now, this Jew was crafty,.and he There arrived after a time at wing, Quinquibio ; no one will be

-: .i; ;, this journey to Verona solely to assure depart. unasked. perceived that the King was laying a Genoa a French courtier by name the-wiser, and there will remain quite
f ( :: I himself, if all the widely spread reports Meanwhile if .n rnmasso-B k : 1 having eaten snare for him. If he gave a preference Guilliaume Boursier. He was'of up, enough' to send up for the master'
: :. ; .l .- of La Scala's great munificence were I one roll, began on the second with for any one of these religions his right and honorable character,,generous -, supper."
!; If,:. true. It was thus a most vexatious I excellent appetite. He had noticedthe vast wealth-if not his life also- and affable in his dealings, and: The cook shook his head.
"I ; "'. ; : 'disappointment, the more so as he had prelate's expression at the moment be the forfeit. Happily for him, he with a charming manner of address. "No, no, :Madame Brunetta," said
, ..' : II I ; ;been at great expense in lodging himself their eyes met, and partly guessed was not easily alarmed, and with 'wonderful :Men of ,his rank were then in the he, "You will get not even a taste of
.\ .... i. \ i 4 : his servants, and his horses at the what was intended when that re- presence of mind he thus made habit of occupying themselves very roasted crane from me."
,{r i!. 1 inn Nevertheless, he remained where verened gentleman failed to reappear.He answer to Saladin : much in making peace when familieswere You will find it to your advantageto
t I ::';;,.y'i: :lie was until he had spent all the resolved to hold his ground, and Sir, the subject on which you cues divided, in promoting suitable do what I ask you," answered the
I..: .: '::;; 1' =tnoney he had brought with him, and quite indifferent to the impression he tion me is beautiful, and ,of vast im- alliances, in binding people togetherin woman in an angry voice. If you
.: ,::' ;that being exhausted, he began to pay was making on those who were seated portance, but, in order that I may the bonds of friendship. They do not, I promise you that I will find
.- : ,.E I IM J :for his accomodation by selling his near, he drew the third roll from his reply in a satisfactory manner, per- made it a habit to cultivate a cheerful a revenge of which you little dream."
':;.:; :;clothes. Three very rich dresses were pocket. The Bishop was told that mit me to tell yoy a little story. I manner, that, as they mixed' with the After a few words of argument
> '.t in the trunks, for he had expected to Primasso continued eating, and madeno remember of hearing-though I cannot I. world, they might enliven others of a Quinquibio's scruples were overcome.
a .:!''y ,1'' ,\ \3aeed them when he took part in the attempt to depart, and, surprisedat remember in what country it Was- more gloomy and morose nature, and "At least there can be small harm
,, 't t gay doings at the house of the Mar the man's pertinacity, he began to of a rich man, who, among other valu- give new hope to those who had lost done by yielding to her," said he
1 .. : : quis. One of these had to be used to commune with himself after this able jewels, possessed a ring of great heart and courage under pressure of within himself, "and if I refuse, thereis
'I I'' ". 'I' settle for what he owed, and it was manner : What unworthy suspicionhas beauty and inestimable worth. Desiring misfortune. no knowledge what bad tricks
,t 'r. '."t';i : ". not long ere the second was turned to entered into my mind ? Why doI that the treasure should be Guilliaume Boursier, therefore, wasa she may play on me. I do not want a
H : h; r similar account. The third would feel such a contempt for a person of guarded suitably, this man devisedthe welcome visitor to Genoa. He was woman for my enemy."
:'. : ir > doubtless have followed, but that just whom I know no harm? A hundred project of leaving it to his succes- honored and feted by men of all con- So the joints were cut from the
',1 "l'NjlJ .; .At the time Bergamino had resolved times I have admitted to my table sors as, a memorial of his opulence; ditions, and thus he frequently had to roasted crane, and Brunetta soon madean
':" ": ";,4 on another way of getting out of hIS'w. every stranger who presented himself, therefore, he directed in his will that hear of the failings of Ermino the end of them, declaring them ex-
1 >r :;" +!! '.difficulty. Presenting himself to the without considering if he was poor or the son who at the time of his death Miser. It is needless to say that no cellent.
;.: : 1.1 :; Signor La Scala, when that gentleman rich, a noble or a common person, a should be found in possession of the invitation and no courtesy came to Now it so happened that Corrado
.. J{* was at dinner, he assumed a very merchant or a pickpocket? I have ring should regarded; as his heir the gallant French gentleman from had several friends to sup with him
:;\:;: :' ,sorrowful and abstracted air. been polite even to those whom I and held in consideration by all the the avaricious merchant, yet Boursierhad that night: indeed, it was a large and
,, tt'; | What ails you ?" cried the nobleman knew to be unworthy. I am ashamedof family. The son who thus inherited. a great desire to meet with and merry party which gathered round
c, ". 'I' ; you seem unhappy. May I this repugnance to the man who the costly jewel bequeathed it in talk to him. He therefore paid an the table.
, I ,: ; ,i be allowed to hear the cause of your has sought my hospitality, and as I much the same'terms to his succsssors, unsought visit to Ermino, who, havingat The crane was sent up witi| one
S., L':r: ,, ';w :. ;trouble?" have never experienced such a feeling and thus it passed from generation to least kept some remains of good wing and one leg missing, and the
.;. ', ,. ; Bergamino had already decidedfvvhat toward the poor, it is very possiblethat generation. At length it fell into the manners, received his guests politely. cook felt no uneasiness about the
it'f .:Y, .. ., 1. : he should say, so he at once this is really a person of impor- ands of a man who was the father of Encouraged by this favorable begin- matter for he judged that his master
' 1 : ? r'' 'I Lopened his lips. tance.' three boys. Each one of these was ning. Boursier made himself as pleas- would have no time to notice such a
,) <" <; t : .: !: "You doubtless have heard, my With this conclusion reached, the amiable and excellent, each was sub- ant as he could, talking so ably upon trifling thing.Unluckily .
l :',.\'.', ':) j\i :!lord," said he, of a celebrated prelate bade one of his manservantsask missive to his parents' will and his different subjects, that at last Ermino however, one of the
; I ', L ;grammarian named Primasso, who the name of the unknown. The love for them was equal. Now, this took him and one or two others to seea guests observed that the crane had
; ', {: ::,;. .t#' 1* made the most excellent verses of any answer came back that it was Primasso, good man.became much perplexed as fine new mansion he had lately had but one leg and one wing, and, thinking
;r.i' .<; I[poet of his time. His talent for improvising who desired to be a witness of the to how he ought to leave his treasure, erected. Sir," said he, turning to it somewhat strange, he took the
; '.. J .: ,' 14 1 ; on any subject., combined magnificent hospitality of which men for he loved his sons well, and would the French courtier, you have opportunity of asking Corrado how it
..., t 1 ..1 \rith: his other rare abilities, secured spoke so much. gladly have made the three equally traveled much, and seen, as it seems was.
J'1'\ < :< ,<:' :, 1\\ him many friends ; in fact, his praiseKvas His name was well known to the happy. He could not single out one to me, everything there is to behold. One wing and.one leg !1" cried the
; :i.S,. fi' spread both far and near. The Bishop, who felt covered with confu- son for his good qualities, because all Can you name me one single thing host, and looking closer he saw that
!f .' it ilesire to increase the number of his sion for the way in which he had were alike virtuous; thus was it that which no living creature has seen, and his guest was right. Send the cook
J .:' ,:) ij acquaintances led Primasso to undertake acted toward one so worthy of a wel- he devised a method of getting out ofa which I can have painted for the here," he said to the servants who
,S ; ...\':J a journey to Paris, but he appeared come. A splendid dinner was servedat difficulty, for it must be owned that ornament of my banqueting hall ?" waited at table. I must know what
r : :;.> '. 'i there in a humble guise, for once.and when it ended he com- in a moment of weakness he had prom- There appeared Boursier. some- that foolish, fellow means, for very
.{, :1 '.....,,9 I } -}his knowledge had not made him manded that a horse and a purse of ised the ring to each of the three thing so positively absurb in the sure I am that the crane had two
.,.' : :! '-- :prosperous-great people rarely recompense gold should be presented:; to this learn- young men. Secretly applying to a question that he answered it in similar wings and tWQ legs when I broughthim
.,,. ,1. .,; : real.merit ed scholar, who received, moreover, an goldsmith, he had two rings made so fashion. If you were to order an home this morning."
1 : 'tl : ": *' Arrived in the city, Primasso invitation to dine whenever he pleased. perfectly resembling the heirloom that artist to paint you a sneeze, that When Quinquibio heard that he
;' i"t ". 'r. :heard much concerning the Bishop of "Primasso was full of. gratitude, even he himself could not distinguishthe certainly is a thing which 'man has was summoned to the supper-room he
< : ; H "'. !OlunyJ who, after the Pope, was said and thanked his lordship heartily; I false from the true. The sons received not seen nor ever will see. Seriously, was desperately' frighten d.
: ttH :;:"'.' to l possess more wealth, than any other then he started an horseback, instead then a ring apiece, and-as though," he continued, if you really Oh, woe for me," cried he, that
:. X :' : !prelate of the church. Wondrous of trudging along wearily on foot.'' I may be supposed-this was the ground wish me to give you a suggestion. ]I ever I suffered Brunetta to enter my
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kitchen !n.? J j person, and was''respected by ,the scholars I subsidize a few.."If professes: the protectionofAinrri4im : ,mocratic platform 1'f of'1856.' that "the liberal 'I :R. Aa.USTIl'J: : '
o'excusecould avail him now of the day as" the'greatest. ,judge: on' .. : | labor;,but', it-has-depleted tiro l principles embtklietl by Jefferson in the De- ,
But n : every point of clvlllaw. :". returns oCAnierican agriculture industry claration of Independence, and sanctioned
to escape(from .close questioning,, and These two .l1en..the ugly judge. and followed by half pf.' ury(,'(\plt". It professesthe in the C.onstitution.which .makes ours the .MANUFACTURER OF

the trembling man stood before, his, the ugly rhst-1iYed in the Fame :village equality"of:all'men before the hiw, and land of liberty,and.the! asylum .of the. op- '
heart. attempting to fix the status of colored citizens pressed every nation, have ever been car: Tin 1 Slleet-IroIl'\1Tal'e
'with sinking 'not far from Florence'at the'time of
master try the acts 'of'its'-CongreSs were overset dinal principles in the Democratic faith,"
> .
He was "however, a Venetian, and story. ., by the decision :of .i it ivourts. It accepts anew we nevertheless do not sanction the importation ,AND DEALER. IX
said that a Venetian never shrinksfrom One day as they were riding in company duty.i intleadingiivthework! : qf progress of foreign labor, 'or the admission ofservile
it is thence to the city edch being dly' 'an'd reform and' Its caught criminals "are unfitted habits
that will'servehis turn. races by training, religion -
any lie mounted and shabbily attired, they were permitted to,escape through n continued 'delays !i or qualities for absorptioninto PARL R rrI E nn .K &&T VES
tiring ai io assured the company, then surprised by a' heavy rain, which forced or actual connivance, in the pro ecn- the great body of our people or for citi- ,
that there was nothing at all to be them to seek. shelter in a peasant's tion. Honeycombt4.yitlr, corruption, the zenship which our laws confer.: American ,
outbreaking of exposures no l longer shocks civilization demands that the immigration
at a crane never had more hut. The downpour continuing, the against -
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surprise its moral Its honest members its independent
friends. Therefore sense. or importation of Mongolians to
impatient. as
: grew ,
ian one leg and one wing. they knew the man beneath whose roof journals' no longer maintain 'asuccssful..contest these shores'our gates closed. The Democratic -
roused for-authority in its,counsels insists that it is the
Xow this obstinacy SIgnorCorado's party duty of the
but his friends they were sheltering, they borrowedsome 'o'r'a veto.upon bad nominations. Government to protect with equal fidelityand 1 t :tr 1 1r
as of him. He could
anger clothing only That .3i; change; is necessary is proved by vigilance the rights of its citizens, naturalized -
were shouting with laughter, and it offer an old rough cloak of gray felt, anda an esistingsurplus of more than $100.000,000 at home'or abroad. To the end
not the moment for reproving a very bad and ragged hat, which, how- whichhas yearlyebeen collected from a suffering that this protection may be assured. United
was he had to content himself ever, the gentlemen accepted. Thus people. Unnecessary taxation is unjust States papers of naturalization issued, by the 4 y/CY ,t
with ying but little. After a while the storm abated, and they for having failed to relieve the people from and legislative departments our own Gov
41 Begone, rascal !I" he exclaimed, fell into conversation. Giotto talked crushing war taxes, which have paralyzed ernment'and by all foreign powers. It is' tin
business, crippled industry, and deprived imperative duty of this Government to effi-
his flashing full the extremely well, no matter what might be
turning eyes upon labor of and of its reward.
the subject and as Signer de Rabata .employment just ciently protect all the rights of person and
cook. '* And, as you are so mighty listened he reflected that this The Democracy pledges itself to purify the property of every American' citizen in for- '
.le very you shall e'en go out with metomoiVow wasindeed Administration from corruption; to restore eign lands, and demand and enforce full
: and show of a gifted man. Nevertheless, as economy; to revive respect for law ; an'd to reparation for any invasion thereof. An
me some
your he surveyed the painter from head to reduce taxation to the lowest limit consistent American citizen'is 'only responsible to his
wonderful one-legged cranes. It will foot, his ugliness in the borrowed clothing with a due regard tu the preservation of own Government .for any act done in his.
be the worse for you if you are notable was! so striking that he could not refrain .the faith of the nation ,to its creditors and own country, or under her flag, and can Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns..

them out let me tell from bursting: into a loud laugh. 'pensioners. only be tried therefor oil her, own soil and
ft to point Feeling obliged to explain, he said: Knowing full well, however, that legisla- according to her laws, and the power existsin COOKING UTEXSILS OF ALL KLWS,
"Master Giotta, imagine if anyone tion affecting the occupation of the people this Government to expatriate an American -
you.Qnin1q uibio retired to the kitchen met us who' had never seen or heard of should be cautious and conservative in citizen to be tried in any foreign land LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS .
method not in advance of public opinion, for any such act. This country has never ,
] with himself. Think that such a one would
weB pleased
you. you put responsive to its demands, the Democratic had a well-defined and executed foreign policy -
.' Methinks I got out of the difficulty take YOU for the greatest painter in the
party is pledged to revise the tariff ina i except under a Democratic administration. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
rather cleverly," he reflected. The i world 1""YeH spirit of fairness to all interests. But in That policy has ever been in regardto -
but : sir, replied Giotto, promptly."I making a reduction in taxes, it is not proposed foreign nations so long as they do not
master was very angry, certainly, think this might be possible, if the to injure any domestic industries, but act detrimental to the interests of this coun- DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY

by to-morrow he will have forgottenall same person! in examining you from top rather to promote their healthy growth. try or hurtful to' our citizens, to let them -
about the matter." to toe, was able to credit you with know- From the foundation of this Governmentthe alone ; that as the result of this policy we AND IRON HOOFS PUT ON.
But it' so happened that Gorrado ing more than the letters of the alpha- taxes collected at the custom-houses recall the acquisition of Louisiana Florida, TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled.
bet. have been the chief source of Federal; reve- California, and adjacent Mexican territory, \Vind Mills for pumping water or running
was very far from letting the subjectof The judge was confounded, for, in ridi- nue. Such they must continue to be. Moreover by purchase alone, and contrast these grand light machinery promptly erected on order.
the crane slip from his mind; it culing his companion he had not real- many industries have come to rely acquisitions of Democratic statesmanshipwith Church. Factory and School Bell:: for sale
him rather restless and 1 upon legislation for successful continuance, the purchase of Alaska, the sole fruita at a bargain'
caused a night, ized that his equally absurd -
own aspect was
so that any change of the law must be at of Republican Administration of nearly a lp& Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
lie rose at break of day determined to every step regardful of the labor and cap- quarter of a century. All goods delivered at the various trans
clear up the mystery and punish his "I was imprudent, said he humbly. tial thus involved. The process of reform The Federal Government should for care portation stations within the city free of
cook severely for his audacity. Calling "You have taught me now that one must must be subject in execution to this plain and improve the Mississippi river and other charge. All sales for cash.
never ridicule others when one can one's dictate of justice. great water-ways of the Republic, so as to A
for his horse to be saddled and self furnish abundant matter for ridicule All taxation should be limited to the re-I secure for the interior States easy and cheap CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. *

bridled, he forced Quinquibio to also. All the Year Round. quirements of economical government. The transportation to tide-water.
mount another and ride behind him necessary reduction in taxation can and Under the long period of Democraticrule Fernandina, Fla.. July 12, 1884. '
must be effected without depriving American and merchant r
policy, our ma-
toward the stream, on the bank of THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. labor of the ability to compete success- rine was fast overtaking and on .
which he had taken the crane that fully with foreign labor and without imposing the point of outstripping that -

figured so remarkably on the supper Following is the Platform as reported by lower rates of duty than will be am- I of Great Britain. Under twenty years of iLoRLb'
the Committee, and adopted at the Chicago ple to cover any increased cost of production Republican rule and policy, our commerce
table. which may exist in consequence of the has been left to British bottoms and the H
"We shall see," said he as they National Convention : higher rate of wages prevailing in this coun- American flag has been almost swept off the

went along. "We shall see if you are The Democratic Party of the Union try. Sufficient revenue to pay all expensesof high seas. Instead of the Republican party'sBritish
through its representatives in National the Federal Government economically policy we demand for the people of
right or: wrona, my fine fellow. convention assembled recognizes that, as administered, including pensions, interest the United Statesman American policy. Un-
The Venetian perceived that he was the Nation grows older, new issues are born and principal of the public debt, can be got der the Democratic rule and policy, our z
indeed in a difficult case, and that his of time and progress, and old issues perish, under our present system of taxation from merchants and sailors flying the stars and 4 /h/yf
but the fundamental principles of the Democracy the custom horse taxes on fewer imported stripes in every part, successfully searchedout
master was far.too angry to accept.any approved by the united voice of articles, bearing the heaviest on articles of markets for the varied products of American A v
excuse he could make, or to pardonhim the people, remain and will ever remain as luxury and bearing the lightest on articlesof industry; under a quarter of a centuryof
if he confessed what he nad done. the best and only security for the continuance necessity.We Republican rule and policy, despite our 9I
of free government. The preservationof therefore denounce the abuses of the manifest advantages over all other'nations q'
He looked around him to see if there personal rights the equality of all citi- existing tariff, and, subject to the preceding in high paid labor, favorable climate and

was any chance of escape; but Corrado zens before the law, the reserved rights of limitations, we demand that Federal taxa- teeming soils ; despite the freedom of trade
kept a sharp eye on him and wouldnot the States, and the supremacy of the Federal. tion shall be exclusively for public purposes among all these, the United States, despite .1
Government within the limits of the Con- and shall not exceed the needs of the Gon- their population by the foremost races: of I r
sunjjr him to lag behind so muchas stitution, will ever form the true basis of.. ernment. economically administered. The men and the annual immigration of the .
a yard or two. our liberties and can never be surrendered system of direct taxation known as *' Inter- young, thrifty and adventurous of all na-
Every: object they passed seemed to without destroying that balance of right nal Revenue," is a war tax, and as long as tions ; despite our freedom here from the r, a.. _
and powers which enables the continent to the tax continues the money derived there- inherited burdens of life and industry in the
his excited fancy to be a crane wellpoised be developed in peace and social order; to from should be sacredly devoted to the re- Old World monarchies their costly wars,
on two legs; what then couldhe be maintained by means of local govern- lief of the people from the remaining bur- their navies, their vast tax-consuming, non-

find'; to say to his infuriated master? ment. dens of the wer, and be made a fund to defray producing standing-armies; despite twenty ,.
But reined their'horses But it is indispensable for the practical the expense of the care and comfort of years of peace, that Republican rule and
as they up application and enforcement of these fundamental worthy soldiers disabled in the line of dutyin policy have managed to surrender to Great XPOSiTIDNi
at the :stream, Quinquibio was the firstto principles that the Government the wars of the Republic, and for the Britain, along with our commerce, the con-
observe several cranes there, and should not always be controlled by one po- payment of such pensions as Congress may trol of the markets of the world. Instead of
each litical party. The frequent change of ad- from time to time grant to such soldiers, a the Republican party's British policy: we Jiew (6rleoni.} "
was standing on one leg. I
ministration is as necessary as a constant like fund for sailors having been already demand, in beta f of the American: Democ- I"
"See,'master, he cried, in great glee, recurrence to the popular will. Otherwise provided, and any surplus should be paid racy, an American policy. Instead of the Opening December'1,1884; Closing May 31,1885. I IUNnKIt '
"it is jipt as I told you yesterday, and abuses grow, and the Government, insteadof into the Treasury.We Republican party's discredited scheme and I !
would not believe Look for being carried on for the general welfare favor an American continental policy, false pretense of friendship for American TllltCP'.s( OF THE! \ :
you me. becomes an instrumentality for imposing based upon more intimate commercial relations labor expressed by imposing taxes, we demand United States
j'ourse1f-the cranes have only one leg heavy burdens upon many who are governed with our !sister Republics of North, in behalf of the Democracy freedom uvernrnen .
and once "You stupid idiot shouted Corrado The public servants thus become arbitrary alliances with none. to the end that these United States may : '
rulers. \ We believe in honest money, the gold and compete with unhindered powers for the $1,300,000,
"I'll soon show you whether they have This is now the condition of the country. silver coinage of the Constitution, and a circulating primacy among nations in all the arts of the General Government.
two legs or not," and then he cried Hence a change is demanded. The Repub- medium convertible into such i peace and fruits of liberty. Appropriated by

"Houp, houp-holloa!" so lustily thatas lican party, so far as principle is concerned, money without loss. With profound regret we have been apprised I. $500,000
is remiss in practice. It is an organizationfor Asserting the equality of all men 'before by the venerable statesman, through ,
might be supposed, the frightened enriching those who control its ma- the law, we hold that it is the duty of the whose person was struck that blow at the Contributed 1 hv the Cili/en; *of New Orleans.
birds stretched forth both legs and chinery. The frauds and jobbery which Government, in its dealings with the peo- vital principle of republics (acquiescence in
ran away out of hearing. have been brought to light in every depart- ple, to mete out equal and exact justice to the will of the majority) that he cannot per- $200,000,
ment of the Government are sufficient to all citizens, of whatever nationality, race, mit us again to place in his hands the lead- Mexico. rAppropriated
"Now tell me, said the master, have called for reform within the Republican color or persuasion, religious or political.We ership of the Democratic hosts for the reason I by i
turning sharply on his servant, "do party. Yet those in authority, made believe in a free ballot and a fair that the achievement of reform in the ad- $100,000,
blindas reckless by long possession of power, have count, and we recall to the memory of the ministration of the Federal Government is
your eyes or are
: you you succumbed to its corrupting influence, and people the noble struggle of the Democratsof an undertaking too heavy for his age and Appropriated br the State of Louisiana.
well;,,:as,stupid? What have you to have placed nomination a ticket against the 45th and 46th Congresses by whicha failing strength. Rejoicing that his life has $100,000
say for yourself now-have the cranes which the independent portion of that partyare reluctant Republican opposition was com- been prolonged until the general judgment ,
one log or two,?". in open revolt. Therefore a change is pelled to assent to legislation making every- of our fellow-countrymen is united in the Appropriated by the City of New Orleans. .
demanded; such a change was alike necessary where illegal the presence of troops at the wish that the wrong were righted in his I '
"Sir, answered' Quinqiubio hum. in 1876, but the will of the people was polls as a conclusive proof that a Democratic person for the Democracy of the United From $5000 to $25,000,
bly, but bethinking him of .an answer then defeated by a fraud which can never Administration will preserve liberty with States, we offer him, in his withdrawal from Appropriated bv Innumerable Mates: Cities
which might' turn the current of Corradots be forgotten nor condoned. order. public cares, not only our respectful sympa- and Foreign Countries. ,
Again in 1880 a change was demanded by The selection of Federal officers for the thy and esteem, but also that lasting hom-
wrath, you did not cry Houp, the people and was defeated by the lavishuse Territories should be restricted to citizens age of freemen, the pledge of our devotionto Every State nearly and ail Territory th. Leading I n the Union Nations represented and I'and
houp-holloa 1 at the crane last night.If of money contributed by unscrupulous previously resident therein. the principles and the cause now insepa- Countries of tile World. '
you .had: done this, who knows butit contractors and shameless jobbers, who had We, oppose sumptuary laws which vex rable in the history of this Republic from
bargained for unlawful profits or high office. the citizens and interfere with. individual the labors of Samuel J. Tilden. The Biggest Exhibit the Biggest Building and the
might have put its other leg to the The Republican party, during its legal, its liberty. With this statement of the hopes, princi- I Biggest Industrial, Event in the ,
ground; and run away as these have stolen and its bought tenures of power, has 'Ve.favor honest Civil Service Reforms and ples and purposes of the Democratic Party, I World's History.
done?" steadily decayed in moral character and po- the compensation of all United States offi- the great issue of reform, and a change in .1 APPLICATION4* voC NXHIIIISALREADYRF.CRIYED;- ; ; l
This litical capacity. Its platform promises are cials by fixed salaries; the separation of the the administration is submitted to the peo- 'I I COVKK JIOKKSPACK: AXI A GIF ATII: VARIETY
reply amused Signor Corrado It has and diffusion of free in calm confidence that the popular I Of S0BJVCTS THAN TH()>K OP ANY
now a list of its failures. squandered Church and State, the ple, ; EXPOSITION EVER HELD. I II
vastly, and he burst into a fit of hearty hundreds of millions to create a Navy that education by common schools, that every voice will pronounce in favor of new men, I
laughter. does not exist. It calls upon Congress to child in the land may be taught the rights and news and more favorable conditions for I The cheapest rates of travel ever known in I'
"Iu truth such sim- remove the burdens under which American and duties of citizenship. the growth of industry, extension of trade the annals'of transportation. secured for the ,.
you are not a shipping has, been depressed. It imposed While we favor all legislation which will and employment, and due reward of labor people For information everywhere,address; I. '
rletou: (as men think you, said he, and has continued these burdens. It pro tend to equalize the distribution of property, and of capital,.and the general welfare of E. A. BURKE I
"for you know how to get out of a fesses policy) of reserving public lands for to the prevention of monopoly and to the the whole country.In Director Genera) W. I. A C.C. E., I
difficulty by the of a ready small holdings by actual settlers; it has strict enforcement of. individual rights I NEV; OR LEA SS.LA. II .
help given away the people's heritage, till nowa against corporate abuses, we hold that the I
tongue. There, I forgive you this few railroads and non-resident aliens, individual welfare of society depends upon a scrupu- the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial -

time; l lut let there be no more tricks and corporate, possess a larger area lous regard for the rights of property as defined Circuit, in and for the I
playedvith than all our farms between the two seas. by the laws. We believe that labor is of Nassau Florida, I In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
: { my supper. It professes a preference for free institu best rewarded where it is freest and most County Circuit, Nassau Comity, Fla.
Thus; by his ready wit, Quinquibio tions. It organized and tried to legalize the enlightened. It should be fostered and Josiah II. Prcscott 1 I Lettie Miller 1
I kept hs; place in Corrado's kitchen, control of State elections by Federal troops.It cherished.We vs. I notice of vs. I Notice of
and frofn that time was better thought professes a desire to aid labor; it has sub- favor the repeal of all laws restricting John'Boynton doing bus-Attachment.f, John II.Boynton, doing bus- attachment.Amount .
f, not only his jected the American working men to the the free action: of labor, and the enactmentof iness udder the name and 'j Amount iness under the name and
by his master, but by competition of convicts and imported labor. laws by which labor organizations may style of John Bovnton's I Sworn to style of John Boynton's r sworn to$-
tellov! ;ervant It professes gratitude to all who were disabled be incorporated, and of'all such legislationas Son. J $1,000. Son.THE. J s
i or died in the war, leaving,.widows or will tend to enlighten -the people as to '
John II.
r defendant
orphans; it left to the Democratic House of ,the true relation of capital and labor. above, named defendant, John H. above named ,
\ 'P.E.\IUXCES ARE DECEITFUL. Representatives the first effort to equalize We believe that the public lands ought, as THE of the City of New York, doing of the City of New York: doing ot--
The signor le Kabata could not have both the bounties and pensions. It proffersa far as possible, to be kept as homesteads for business under the name and style of business under the name and notified style '
*en called} a handsome man, even by pledge to correct the irregularities of our actual settlers; that all unearned lands John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to John Boynton's Son, is hereby the above to
in to
w dearest friends. He was small and tariff; it created and has continued them. heretofore improvidently granted to railroad enter his appearance in and to the above entitled enter his appearance suit commenced againsthim

mi>fornied; he head a flat face, and a Its own tariff commission confessed a need corporations by the action of the Republican attachment suit commenced against entitled attachment Miller plaintiff on or before
jwwe much like that of a terrier'dojr. In of more than 20 per cent. reduction ; its party should be restored to the public him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott by Lettie in, January, 1S35, and to
the first Monday
reduction of less than domain and that of land Plaintiff on or before the first Monday in
*l. word this gentleman so hideous Congress gave a per no more grants "to the declaration filed in
that, s-ejrch was cent. It professes a protection of American shall, be made to corporations, or be allowed'to January, 18S5, and to, plead or demur to the plead or demur in
| as it would have before the first Monday
one might, before the said cause on or ,
them filed therein or
been' manufactures; it. has subjected to an fall into ownership of alien absentees. declaration on default will
\. impossible to hUll one worse fa- increasing flood of manufactured goods and We are opposed to all propositions which, first Monday in February, 1885: or judgmentwill ':February. 1885. or judgment by _'
the (uXl'ept, perhaps, in the person of hopeless competition with manufacturingnations upon any pretext, would convert the General be entered against him by default. be entered against you. n.\KEI .
aYupuh painter Giotto who at all not one of,which taxes raw mate- Government into a machine for collecting H. J. BAKER, II. J. !
suit., ;
('Yel1t pvts scarcely less u r iy. taxes to be distributed among; the Statesor Attorney' for }>Plaintiff above suit.J. Attorney fur Plaintiff in above. ..f
Despite this unattractive appearance, rial.It professes to protect all American industries the citizens thereof. A. EDWARDS>s. Clerk Circuit Court. J. A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court.1834. ;,
the fcignof; de Kabata was a very learned but it has impoverished the many' to In reaffirming the declarations of the De- Fernandina, Fla., September. C, 1834-3m Fernandina, :Fla.,September G. ;
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: '! 'Tirs FLORIDA Mutitoii.i : man in his place, would think for a CUMBERLAND SOUND.' I II're ubiated alike by the Democraticand THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY AID -

to ":: i -- --,-.-.-.-,- .-,-..- .-.. .... moment'of giving back his businessto I Republican parties. The people THE COLORED MAN,
I THE APPROPRIATION or REGARDED I We entirely concur in the ..
'r,' i i GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.' the management of,his,former untrustworthy understand fully that a man views *..
INSUFFICIENT, of the Times-Union ..
'- 1i '' The Democratic swift to find fault with everybodyelse as to the positionof ..
+, i t I .Subscription, 82 per year; six months,81. agent. MR. BISBEE.
9 "*'. State administrations ,of Drew and I I We call attention to the statement is not necessarily himself the the Democratic party towards the --..
!. Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor. colored citizens of Florida.
1t Bloxham have showe faithfulness to relative to coast improvements' ;embodiment .of .perfection. Dema- The
i 1 RATES OF ADVERTISING. their trust. We have ourselves criti- der the Survey, 'Department We gogues in all ages make tHeir appeal form a large and important part four

);s" j. Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for cised the Legislature;for giving m- especially desire the people inter- to the prejudices and selfish- industrial force;' many Of E

.. ,Ii;. |'' each'Special subsequent local notices Insertion., 15 cents a line. selves too much ,pay and for wasting ested in through. transportationalong ness which they assume are the do- them are acquiring property and their

:: Reading notices,25 cents a line. their time, but we have yet to find 'the, lines of interior traffic .minant qualities of others. To find children are being educated throughout
+i. >" 4;; Special rate for time advertisements upon appll the State to better understandtheir H
tl, l! cation at the office. any reform in this matter- springing terminating Fernandina. to note fault on the one hand and to prom-
r. |: from a Republican source. the remark,of tlie' Engineer 'Department ise glorious things on the other is rights and duties. Their inte-
: ,t .:, I i Communications upon all matters of local interest the .mode of rests and ours are indissolubly con-
: however smallor that the small : procedure of sot disant
',. f' solicited from all parts of the county and from Every tax-payer, owing to appropriation -
":, a I along the lines of Florida railways.All large his property may be, is in- for Cumberland Sound, it patriots.If nected. They are already throwingoff AFCr

:''f" 1 should communications be addressed to intended the Editor for: all publication business terested in the question of taxation may be advisable not to expend the our fellow citizens will followup the shackles of thraldom to the

"j':? i: letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. and can see for himself the difference appropriation until an additional these public demonstrations and Republican leaders who have so
;.. I, ___;____ __ I long led them to believe that Li
'. enthusiasm faithful adherenceto
between the management of I amount is obtained. by a
r i i! SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1884. must look to them alone for the
H_______________ State affairs. Every man has to pay The Committee on Rivers and Harbors duty in registering and voting the pro-
,'Jt, .1 rr.T-i. : THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. taxes, but few get the benefit of had placed the sum of one hundred triumph of honest government, will tection of their rights. The Demo-

'.,t"..; "p',t.:. them. thousand dollars in the bill for be so fully assured as to make it safe cratic party has no hostility to them, F1f
!t ', .' FOR PRESIDENT: to that further will but is opposed to the men who lead
Cumberland .S-Vq
; : : : WHAT OUR INTERESTS DEMAND. and wrongly direct them for their
: be made under the of Inde-
.' CLEVELAND letting;it alone or laboring to guise
people are unquestionably
:< ;. of. the issues increase the amount, :Mr. Bisbee went pendentism or any other disguise, to own .
arousedto, the importance< '
,.' I ; --
Democratic party of Florida is a
obtain control of the State partyof
before the committee by his own govern-
<; .:. ., : ,j FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: at stake in our present political conservative ideas. It has no ill will
.1.; .' THOMAS\ A. HENDRICKS, contest. The menace of such an ad- acknowledgment.and! urged the taking ment. Organization and faithful toward the negro but invites him to a -f-
,r of this appropriation in work should be everywhere lookedto. and cheerful in all
\;' '! .. OF INDIANA. ministration as that of the hybrid away hearty co-operation that
,"f i has whole or in part, to be added to that It is votes not talk that deter- promotes the public welfare. It does not
,"a ticket headed by Pope
; I : flout him for his ignorance. but taxes itselfto
mine the
result at the Moreover
: < FOR GOVERNOR: given to another port. He succeededin polls. -
aroused all the instincts of self
pre- : furnish him with schools that he and
l ;. t. EDWARD A. PERRY, servation.Our sacrificing the interests of the in union is strength. No dou- his children may enjoy the advantages of
.,;f '! -: : OF ESCAMBIA. interests too to trifle people of East Florida to the extentof ble tickets should be run anywhere.No education. It does not menace him with
:t. :,' t are great
,.:r 11r.1, with such question. Our taking off $25,000 and thus so man has a right to office, and violence in case he exercises his electoral La
? + FOR LIEUTENAT-GO EROR: a prosper- franchise in it
doesn't like but
: a way sayingto
tl.j the that it is man who desires the success
crippled appropriation every
!: ", MILTON H. :MABRY, ity and happiness depend on a wise- him in the words of General Perry's
.. ; :t OF RUMTER. ly-administered State government.We doubtful whether any work will be of the Democratic party will oppose Fernandina speech : Whether they (the
I .. done. did he do this? Simply the selfishness which to gratify spiteor
I ,. cannot afford to run any risk in Why colored people) vote for or against our ticket
: ..'j'J{ J J : FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: so vital a matter. We have had an upon the narrow and selfish, ambition, will risk the loss of the their votes shall be honestly counted : we -
;), t "I CHARLES. DOUGHERTY, ignoble consideration that he might election of a Democrat. This is especially will protect them in all their rights; we
t.t. j f experience of upwards of eight years will secure to them; all the blessings which
:. :' ;H' OF VOLUSIA.RESULT : : of the kind of administration the possibly gain votes on the St. John's important in reference to flow from good government-low taxes L
+; :\. ; OF DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION Independent-Republican, or Repub- river by the pretended advocacy of the legislature, which Mr. Bisbee schools, etc. Our platform i is broad enough att;
"i'., I"of' .' { + ON TAXATION. lican-Independent ticket would giveus. their particular interests. The peo- and Mr. Pope hope to obtain controlof for every honest man to stand upon, be he larca,;
,.f j white or black, rich or Republican
I poor or
', ; ."' \considered the facts last week. We cannot afford to try it again.If ple of the St. John's will see the by divisions among Democrats. Democrat It does not affirm that his

'f ,I .of the..financial management of .our there have been deficiencies in the motive and despise the selfishnessof THE FATUITY OF THE N. Y. SUN. rights and privileges are only such as the foci J

: ; State affairs under a Radical Republican management of the Democratic State the man. The people of the inte- A good deal more importance is whites chose to concede, but urges him to piaFla
the fact that whites and blacks
administration the one hand have the rior will recognize the hand of the attached to the course of the New recognize S
+ 1 on administration we
::. 1 i : powerto alike have a common interest in the main .
: J ,I and under a Democratic Conservative correct and remedy them. If our enemy to their interests, and like all York Sun than its position and in- tenance of a condition to things which promotes pies
.!., .f I administration on the other, the people see that one set of officers or time-servers and selfish demagogues, fluence demand. The Sun aimed to the prosperity of the State and F

., .' ;, ; butcome of which was that in eight representatives have not done their he will fall between two stools. be recognized as a.guide and author- ensures the continued influx of capital and F:

"1 \ i.;: years i the Radical ring had added duty, or have failed to truly represent The people of Florida expect their ity in the Democratic party. It was population.In saying. that these are the sentiments of

1. ; over one million of dollars to the them, they will make a change, not representatives to be faithful to all ; ignored, and hence became at first the Democratic party of Florida we shall be A

i I.i : State debt, and that in seven years by taking up self-constituted reformers impartial and straightforward. Mr. critical and then hostile to the action endorsed by General Perry and Senator
Davidson stands in noble contrastto Mabry, by Governor Dloxhan and Governor said
: of Democratic administration over on their own promises, but they of the party. It cannot con-
n, Drew, by Mr. Dougherty, the candidate for Con
: I, ;; i half a million dollars of debt had will themselves select reliable men Mr. Bisbee. Faithful to every sistently support Blaine, and it ren- Congress in this District, by General Barnes, day
': been paid oft, State taxation reduced whom they know and can trust. interest confided to him, he has suc- ders itself ridiculous by supporting and by nineteen-twentieths of the men who mo nex i

: i \ from 12\ mills to 4 mills on the dollar Upon the question of a revision in cessfully labored to advance the in- Butler, who has about as much will vote the Democratic ticket. in the com lltlun'
I '. terests of all and he has receivedthe ing election. i
and State obligations being at chance as St. John.
0 par the Constitution we believe there is exa
:, :.:. .. instead of a depreciated scrip. Not little difference of opinion t in the commendation and support of The Tribune is getting abusive and our int t

!I. ; .: only so, but the credit of the State Democratic party. The necessity of all.The frantic. It devoted over a column hatten
I of the Second District
l has been, so enhanced that bonds such. a revision is genenerally felt people to the weak trick of a Blaine smartee Iw

"which when issued could have been and acknowledged, and the general have no use for Mr. Bisbee. They who got up a horrible outrage to tOY4L tin
will vote for better and in- scl
I, ; i; ; bought at less than fifty cents on theM scope of sucn revision is understood.In men, our charge upon the Democrats of oblit- an
terests in will be attendedto
r<, dollar, are now worth twenty-five duo time the intelligent discus- Congress erating one figure on the tombstoneof of ev;!
by a faithful representative.
i "' cent. premium. Mr. Elaine's child. at
t; per sion of constitutional topics will take
:::; In money affairs confidence is the place. Just now we are interestedin Every intelligent voter in Nassau The Sun is much exercised over un

;{ parent) of credit, and such is the confidence the proper choice of the men who and every other county inland,who is :Mr. Cleveland's moral status. It is }
interested iri harbor and
'4 now felt in Florida state are to properly administer whatsoever a deep sea forced, in the absence of any other 1.. .

'-r ;',- bonds that there is no doubt the form of constitutional govern- cheap transportation, should resent objection, to dwell upon a topic alikean
the hostility shown by Mr. Bisbeeto
\fhole state debt could be now re- ment we shall live under. offense against good taste and good

: ;:: funded at from 4 to 4J per cent. our interests.Let sense. It is showing itself a cheap

1;But it has been said that the Demoeratic FIGURING ON THE ELECTION. the laboring:men of Fernan- paper indeed when it panders on --

'I i -' ; administrations have not.been In the Presidential election of 1880 dina who find remunerative employ- one side to the prejudices of certain

r w !:is t liberal in supporting schools as the General Hancock received every vote ment on our docks realize that Mr. classes of pharasaic selfelectednessand G

'Radical.; What are the facts based on cast for Tilden except New York,and Bisbee's aim is to neglect and oppose on the other to the communisticand 4K1f6

!. l ;,x ;relative population? The population the votes also of South Carolina, the increase of our commerce, and godless supporters of Ben

in 1880 and the Florida and Louisiana consequently of the labor which sup-
4' s"v, was 167,000 number numbering Butler.In J1!:
; .. :of schools was 1,131. population together 19 votes; and without New ports a commercial town. Mr. Bis- this canvass intelligent voters -

iii I 1870 was 127,000, and at the close York and Indiana, 155. Had he received bee doubtless thinks our colored cit- will look the issues in the face and POWDERAbsolutely

r ; *= of the year 1876 the number of. New York's 35 electoral votes, izens either too ignorant or too pre- support the best men as exponentsof

I ii: :
{years: of Democratic administration 179. Had he received Indiana and interests, but heNvill; doubtless. find Democratic party declares for
=' } the I schools it will be not New York he would have had himself mistaken. THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel TI
,; common seen, an economical government. Mr. purity,strength and wholesomeness.More .
ft! had: nearly doubled, while in thelias 170, to Garfield's 199. The Engineer Department have Blaine is not the exemplar of such economical than the ordinary kinds.
and cannot be sold in competition with the J
r : t three years a further increaseS In the election of 1880, nineteen again recommended the appropriation principles or such a government. Ben multitude of low test,short weight,alum or -
: l hud of 348 schools. In seven States voted for each candidate and of $600,000 for the entrance to Butler is only the exemplar of all phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
N ; I 'years the school attendance has' on a vote of nearly nine millions, Cumberland Sound, and it remains the isms which lie loose in the mindsof 33 ROYAL BAKING 106"Wall Street.POWDER New CO.York.. C

\ ., ,, nearly, doubled. Garfield had but 3,033 majority; a. to be seen if Mr. Bisbee will again men, the key note of which is the Alful
One of the Independent of votes would have endeavor to defeat it. At all events C. C. STRATTON & CO.,
,'' .t grievances change 1,517 individual men and Butlers are in
''i 'y k,} is the It Hancock we may rely on Dougherty to do his
public printing. was given a majority. the right and the rest of the world OF MACON, GEORGIA, t
;1 Radical. administration that placed In 1876, Tilden had a majority 01 f: ,whole duty by us and others. wrong. A millionaire himself, like

'{ sill official printing and advertising. more than 250,000 votes over Hayes, THE CAMPAIGN IN FLORIDA. the Duke of Orleans, he has the as- HAVE\IADETHE MODE BRO'S, t

t .' :, ; iiji the hands of a Radical press. It tt and was counted out. The spirit and enthusiasm shownin surance of heading a labor party ized Agents to contract,for Fla.the,sale the of author-their

'..a.S., S.5 is now free to all. Under the eight At the election of 1884,if the same the public meetings held in vari- and to raise the cry "A bas les aristocrats

'd 4 :years of Radical rule the State printing States vote for Blaine which voted. ous and, indeed, all parts of the ," "down with the monopo- BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .

:: ;,' bills amounted to $147,000, and for Garfield, except New York, he State, show: that the. people are lists; "He himself, according to the wishing to purchase will get all information 2

,, in eight years of Democratic rule tc I will lack 8 of an election; or if he aroused to the sense of the importance theory of the communists, having as regards prices from them.

: $ 9/400, a saving of two-thirds. B)' should have New York and lose of the issues involved in this monopolized the money which Samples be seen of at different the office qualities of and stylescan do Sit

y their fruits ye shall know them. Ohio and Indiana, he would lack 1C election, and especially in the future should be divided among a thou- 26 MODE Fernandina.BRO'S, wi
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,i, Now can any one give any good I of an election. welfare and good,government of the sand othermen. gr.tra

1 reason t for placing the State back inS It will be seen,therefore, that class State. They feel,that they have 'too Gov. Cleveland is the exemplar oi f LUCYCO.TTAGE, Cl r,

the hands of a notoriously i inc n1.p ifying Ohio, Indiana and New Yorkas much at stake to entrust the destinies the principles of an honest and economical : Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel WIPe

tent set of men? No business doubtful States, Mr.\ Blaine musl t of Florida for the next four government and will receive FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.

f : t mail of any judgment who has tried carry two out' of the three to b e years to the chance of misrule involved the support of all who desire reform Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished with sei

nil* agent and found him unreliable elected,and the chances are decidedly, in the election of the hybrid and good government more than l or without board. Table Boarders will be

,.l"'r,,,' and placed a faithful and coils1p etch t against him. ticket of Pope and Greeley-a ticket the success of party. accommodated 2 Miss; also LUCY transient.0. THOMPSON. J

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Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.
MARBLES, KITES, ETC.ALSO Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO .
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Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons
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KING'S BAZAR, Furnishing Goods, elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.

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tare: family ori board .housc. Possession TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. J -- ----
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For terms, etb., ,apply to
FernandinaMay 2, 188!.
a regular meeting of the Board of
Instruction held in Fernandina, 3'
Ha., August 13th, 1884, it was agreed by ,
said Hoard that the public schools of Nassau
tounty; ,Florida,will open on the first.Monday : .
in Octobiir next and continue five ,
months.!' Also! it was agreed that at our
next regular meeting which will be on the r
tUh day of September 1884 we will hold SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS1V.cDEJ
an examination meeting for the purpose of
examining teachers who have not taught in -=. -= -. .
our midst before. Those who have taughtin
this county before and whose certificateshave -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-
expired}it is ordered that the Superin-
tendent reuc'v their certificates. Therefore CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1.080 T<)NS. ,
I would'\respectfully solicit the attention of : :BRC'S STATE OUT TEXAS, 1,543 TON? '
the Trustees and patrons of the several CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS.
schools. \ of our county to go to work at once "VESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TONS.
and work without ceasing, in order that
cwrfljing/ may be in good order by the first
(/O'tobcr.so that all the schools can open CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT, ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
at the time and
same run along smoothly
until the full time expires.L. .
,. \V. lI IGG INBOTHAM. Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
County Supt.of Schools. THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
__August 20th 18S4-id Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of,cajupur] sonville, Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad.

.-FOROF chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low* This Line, having no Transfers between Feriiamlina and New
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kMAQm3T ii iir The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
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ROAD, for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the

MA1! FACT U&ER and DEALER, Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For l'
freight,passage rates and schedules, or further information,apply to
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Boots Shoes Curtains Floor Oil Cloths.WE S
June funi'for i.he l, will be opened on the 1st of AND OF GOOD QUALITY. .
ituatf> the rece I>tiou of Summer Visitors.Hia" .
tiritlinsixtnil the! University of the South, and .
grounds: les of,the Southern Chautauqua 4-1414 +-

traction The sJ.ft,Summer Mont I gle.Visitors.it offers,unusual at- 100 :PIECES: : MA7'TIleTGSiVHCH : : : ., I FINE TEAS, AND COFFEES 1III. 1-

ehattalra sen;e twins on the"Nashville & I r -++= -' +.-
\\ith tI oTga. la'lroa': :tiJ'o Til City Railroad to Sewanee. THE BEST GOODS OF ,THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
!lCr Weekl$10.00 charae? $will bc-Per day. $2.00;
ca (' ; ; 1 per month, $40.00; for the
ArtiesInoutll8)), Per month,$35.00. MODE BRO'S 'NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.

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,' -GENE.RAL: DIRECTORY. BASER COUNTY. .. t Assesstor of lares-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. ; 'j HOLMES.' :

) ."t..IIo." Couiity Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson."Cltrk ., Collecor of Rea.'entte'V. F. Trantham, County Judge-M. J. Solomons. i County Judge( -A. II. Brownell.
:,(.... .., .., ,. .. -F. J. Pens; Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-W. \\". Jeter. Clerk- II. Pitman.
.1 '0 -" Sheaf" U. C. Herndon Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine,
y $ LARD OF.FICE.G.UNESVILLE.-, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. .Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. -
1 ilegr.ster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-'A. J. W. 'Cobb San: Fort McCoy, Trea$1lrer-J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis
Receiver John F. Rollins Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Ret.'euuc-Thos. P. Shuler. i Collector of Revenue-William Tucker

SurveyorGeneral-Maiachl: Martin, Talla- Collector of Ret.'enue-J.. R. Herndon San County Judger-Chas. S.Baron. Key l'Y:st.:,, A esoroi. Taxes-Wm. ,E. Shuler. +II Assessor of Tuxes-J. J. Newton
; derson. .- .' Dr.:T.H.Jackson.
:Jiassee. Clerk-Peter,T. ,Knight.-Key West. Slipe-rintC1ldentofSch Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell
{ DISTRICT COURT:' 'Superintewlerit'bf. .Schools-Jas. D. Chalker,, Sheriff George| \. Demerritt; hey West. .ESCAMBIA. : ,, WASHINGTON. Carry
San erson. Assessor of Taie.s-'Valt r C. Maloney, Jr., M.I -
'$ } Jul Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. '!* BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Jildge--X. C. Shackelford. I' ". County Judge-Win., B. Jones_

..,..Jil'jursltal-J. H.-Durkee, Jacksonville. County Julge-J. R. -Richard, Providence. Collector of&Revenuue-Mason( S. Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. I Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
: ,Sll .- S I
Clerk- Walter Jacksonville. riff-"V.'H'Hutchil1 on Sheriff E. P. Melvin.
Philip West. '
: Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key
Tresurer-J. S. Ll'Cllwrd. |
,INTERAL"REVErtE.' Sheriff=; '?: W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Scliools--J. V. Harris,Key Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
,' Collector of Revenue-Manuel Pal ntis. I Collector (ifReenue-J oh .
n .Roche
DJllectorDenn is'Eagan, Jacksonville.' Assessor: of Taxes-N. Waihwright, Lake SV est. : .
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY: Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. i I| Assessor of 1lxcs-Geor W. Cook.
a i COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-N. M Scarritt. i
{ ., : Superintendent: of Schools-D. H.
Collector of Revem.u--B berry Haynes
County Judge-Hintori J. Baker F nlan- I
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} W.
{ John Howell, Fernandina., Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. i i CALHOUN:

\ Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr.ClerkD. County Judge William Clark.
John F. House St. Augustine. I
Starke. G. McLeod.
Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Clerk James S. Fannin.

,, BEEVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Tares-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone.
State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. Tremlrer-J3I11t.s 5'. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott Fer- Collector of Revenue-W. B.lcL'o'rl.: I Collector of fet'elllle-Joel P. Atkins.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John )!. Bush.

.. 4 zF Governor Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of /tools-Jno. C. Douglas. I Superintendent of Schools-W. G. COI\\"ell,

Lieutenant-Governor-Livingst6u W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- botham. Callahan. -
gianna. County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- --
'Vest.Secretary .
i Key
'; of State-John L. Crawford,.Tal- Collector of Rerenue-D; W. McQnaig. Bre- dina. THE CELEBRATEDWOOTON

lahassee. yard County.Superintendent. ORANGE COUNTY.

Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee., of Scliook-M. E. English, County Julge-J. :\[. Beggs, Orlando. DES'RB.SOLID

'X'r' 'Treasurer, -Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thus. J.'Shine Orlando. .
.ey.General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY.: Sheriff Thomas W. Shine: Orlando.

hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jamei M. Owens, Fort COMFORT OFFICE

f Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid Fla.Collcctor. _: APPLIANCES
'; Tallahassee.. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of t'enue-A.)1..M. Hyer Sanford.

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

: Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John. T. Beeks
; .tlljutant- eneral-J.E. Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. fir, y EVERYBODY DELIGHTED

Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY. F
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, WITH THEM.
Judge Probate-B.
of Harrison Palatka.
s ; ; Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahasi -
: Middleburg.,: Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
Sheriff Shally. w
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: Clerk-R. C. Long Tallahassee.
Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
Agent-Columbus ,
,;: ., i' Building Special,: Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph'Price. No. :8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of ordinary
; Sh..eriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. construction
h >, ; : SUPREME COURT. Strickland. for slight
Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City.
: ; : Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. !! additional, cost you can have

r ; : Associate Justice- J. Westcott jr.,Tallahassee Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improve-

', Lake City. Sheriff-Green Weaver, Perry. ments Awkward closets and
s : J : Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. ---- side drawers done
I X'IIItXlli Y IXX? away with.
Jacksonville. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. Ji Faulkner
f -crk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry.County. ..i Wt ; We substitute revolving cases,

i ; ;: CIRCUIT JUDGES. I Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. Treasurer D. S. Sutton, Perry. / which swing with a slight

first: Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- I Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Sun'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. a f r "!t touch of the hand and are

: f a sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel. P. Smith Jack- Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee Perry. = W thus enabled to furnish double
l_ { '1 Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahassee sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. the generally
a ; Collector of Revenue Moses J. Brown, __ space given on
'. Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. ST.JOHN'S COUNTY. I = each side; and when cases are

Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge-:\[. R. Cooper, St. Augus- ;:-- open, the whole interior is
,I 'd ville. sell Jacksonville. -==== -y
; tine.ClerkBartolo flooded with light and all
F. Oliveros
., ville.Fifth Circuit-Thomas ,P. King, Gaines HAMILTON COUNTY. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez,,St.St.Augustine.Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without -

County Judge Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero St. offered for selection, and
.. Sixth 'ircuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. change of position. A variety of rotary cases are applied to

1 Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cock Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Augustine.Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk wanted.. We apply this principle to a great variety of desksCabinet .

Assessor of Taxes-J.. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

a Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, 1& THE VTOOTON
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. 4
-; FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
::. Fall Term- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. Secretary.
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HEBNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,
t Walton, 4th :Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
y W. L. Frierson Brooks-
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge- Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

4 in October. ville. Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. II The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented .
Clerk-J. C.
Law. -
Washington October. 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville.Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, .r! ICS to the business public. One hundred and

in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ten compartments, as shown in cut all under
a'M; Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-
October. ville.Collector ston, Sumterville. QO5j one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants
Revenue-F.M. Hedich Brooks-
"l' Kscambia, 1st Monday in December. ville. of SUWANEE COUNTY. Q :Manufacturers Bankers, Railroad Officials -
: This act amended section 2 of act of February -
I 4 '"r, ., : 10, 1879, and does not change ,the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live 7 D and Professional Men generally.
Fort Dade. Oak.
.\ < : Spring Term.
.: .! THIRD CIRCUIT. IIILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
>. 'f i Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. ADDRESS
"' -'Jii: Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted Welborn. Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary.
Revenue Wilson
; "}4 S April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. of ; H. Sessions, MANUFACTURING CO.
,.\ f ; Madison, 2d :Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa.Collector Welborn. WOOTON DESK ,
.iI' Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. "of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, I Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

S"'J: ,i-. Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. I Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.

: l", ,' in i April.Columbia. of Schools-W.P. Henderson ; VOLUSIA COUNTY. --

;. ':. : 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
t"i in April. JEFFERSON. prise.ClerkJohn. SEWING MACHINES.

/ :. ,: t I Lafayette: 6th Tuesday after 4th :Mondayin County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. W. Dickins; Enterprise. ,
April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
I i' ; i Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen :

j Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. I ii YRUNREW1 /
Collector Ret'enue-P. N.
\ October. Monticello. of Bryan, Glen I
: 1" Madison, 2d :Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Cove. ,1-.1, ,, ('ji' ,'"",xt"'.I.IT,.... I
i "+ f Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, r I

;i Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of 'entte-J. H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise.,. ,. ; >,. .,-,.';- ., ,-,.! I a
in October. WAKULLA
ticello. COUNTY.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville. "
,;., ,', October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood Crawfordville. ONr

I'r, 1. ;,'I wt ;' Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA
.-'ie".' r". S in October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts *
I County Judge-W. J. Dixon New Troy. ,
II .r' .. FOURTH CIRCUIT Crawfordville.
; ;: Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
,! Term
;,, ( Spring

'County Treasurer W. W. Walker Craw- T
l :";: :!;: St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. ford\'ille. ,
7 Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New
I j Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Collector
i .; of Ret'enue-R. C. )Ic)1illanCraw-
I ." ; .'',,-' Bradford,1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Femaiidiiin, .

d.' .' : ":"'' Taker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M.' N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw-
t I :.:' : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line
L i : ,:'t Duval 1st Tuesday in ..May.:1 Collector of Ret'enuc-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA.
J Old
.:L\: Fall Term- Town. And Cedar Key.
., St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-Jolm Chain.
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\. :1, New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
rr 4th in
: ;, Clay Tuesday September. I
\ LEON COUNTY. Robinson. r
Bradford 1st Tuesday in October.
,, : Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. J. Williams.
+ A.. Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. | (Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large i
t ; ; j ;Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff Moseley,
? \; 'I Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent,of School! ?-David Tinner. I
number of the most eligibleanddesirable
Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel

I, '. 1 Spring Term- Tallahassee.Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Lots,suitable for Business Purposes, or for
i Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
a t" :Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of RC'Ienuc-C.' C. Pearce, Talla Sheriff' ,.M. Bowen. City or Suburban Residences
i. I .. :Putnam '3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in I hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Seville.
,'; March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Filles.

r .f -; :iLevy, 4th Tuesday after '4th Monday in Assessor of,Taxes-W. H. Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS.

511 J: March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. :McCrary.
:; Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
': March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. DADE.' ,/'
t, Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E.'Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- u

,, k c 1; :Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Rerenue-n. B. .Barco Cedar Clerk-P. W.Faulkner. ,

; J: ';IMarion: 3d Monday in October. Key., Sheriff Wm.M.Mattaur. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
r + ''I 'jPutnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Sch.ools-J. B. :Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan.

;, Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Relenue-'Ym. H. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvements I i
'J 1 ;: Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest.
: Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. ,,
j Mi + : 1 November. County Judge-R. :M. Witherspoon, Madison JACKSON for residence, or in which to conduct then II
i ( ;i! Term .- County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
Spring business. IGutAfl.P .
Sheriff S. A. Parrimore Madison.
Clerk-Frank Philips.
4th in f
: Orange, January.iVolusia
,- a... 3d Monday in February. Clerk- John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff-Andrew Scott. : ? ,INDUCEMENTS TO :MANUFACTURERS f' PJ1 NEVER
Superintendent Schools SaniuelJ. \ E01
t' IBrevard,1st Monday in March. Madison. of Perry, Collector Treasurer-James E.Hearn. ctf IN EV OUTOfORDEi.CJ1As .
of Revenue-John B. Anderson. I
,t iDade,Monday April. Treasurer-S. S. Smith : by exemption for a term of years from I'
S .Fall Term-. County Madison. Assessor of Taxes- :-\V. B. Wy n n. -. : No EQlJA ,
:I Collector of Revenue.. B. D; Wads worth, Superintendent' of Schools-Samuel J. tiC
S 4 I :JOrange 2d Monday in August. Erwin. taxation !
r k'5.r Madison. offered by the several cities and t'1l\r-HO\ ? E

S b t i 4,, ," -, jBrevard.4th j i1| olusia..ail Monday Monday in in September. j Assessor of Taxes W. P. Thompson, Mad FRANKLIN. s wINGM Cr 1jm, fiht''
September. '
; towns. Apply to
I ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker.
II I +. ,. '. ,;,' jDade, 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS, : 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK

": : County Crawford Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. j: c"CAOO pFArJG SLANT
Judgcr-Z. Manatee. 1"
I j Officers.i .Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. I E
,, ',. County Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Treasurer-It. II. Porter. J ILL. MASS. CA-

', ,, ALACIIUA. Sheriff A. S. Watson,'Pine Level. Collector of Revenne-George A. Patton" :., ;, _.. .".'oj, -j ''.. ,'-."'. :;_ :,. ..it" II FOR SALE BY
( + ,a ,;;?; \i County Jud! Jmiius C. 'Gardner" Gaines Assessor of Taxes-W. F. Parrish, Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. +
y 1 ville. towu. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.. I Wood, Wood.

K E, 5 Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Clarion G. Carlton, GADSDEN., '.- 'v'",'..,' ; :' :: : : /," < t-: i Having recently established a 'Yood-Yard
ii., ,: 'Sheriff. C. Tucker Arredondo. Popash. ; ; : : Durye'e's with all !the
Countg Judge-J. R.,Hams. .i L: ; .> '-. AI.--/-'; near ; s mill provided !
;; :;.;,..:: .Assessor .of Ta.rcs-S. II. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. I. '; <'. .::,:' ',; '' I necessary machinervforsawin"'andsphthDc. .

f '- ; ville. Pine Level. Sheriff{ Thomas Mitchell. ;.r *"; ,, ,"...',-,'<-H,):" ''''f'-'''''. -v--'. ,' ,*'*' \ \,,.': ;I. FIRE-WOOD ,
i Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton Gaines- MARION COUNTY. -t' I
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Treasurer-A. M. Smith. Woo
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v / ; 'I I am now prepared to furnish
I I-S ; ville.Sitpfrinlcndcnt County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala: Collector of Revenue- .:\ 3lorgan..' : f i: ; sawed to lengths,for either stove or fireplace -
dl \ Schools W. N. : ; any
of Sheats
i : : I Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. LOAD.J. .
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Gainesville. ,; p.
,I!;," ,' ,.J.< ; ::1 t Sheriff A: B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. : : '.1 A. ELLERf.\.
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for or against a Convention, and did therein t
NOTICE OF ELECTION.To provide and direct that the Secretary ol f For information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 4:56 a nv.
State should incorporate, with the notice of = etc., apply to General l Ticket Office, Fernan Arrive at Albany daily at..............11:30 a m
the the the General Election to be held in the year 1 CARD dina, or to the Company's offices' in Jack Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a m
AH and Singular Sheriffs of 1884, a notice of such recommendationwith ,, TIME OF THE son vllle. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m

Stoic of Florida: : roper instructions .as to the mode ol f.: FLORIDA Arrive! at Nashville daily! at_......... 8:10 a m
YE that I, JOHN L. CRAWFORD, compliance with such. recommendation ; )RAILWAY &' &JAYIGATIOS COflPASY. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m
.secretary'State, of the State of Flor- Now, THEREFORE, notice of such recommendation Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
TT notify all and singular theTariffs is hereby given, and the follow In Effect July JSth,,-. 1884. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at.......... 7:50 a ut

of hereby the several Counties of the Stateof ing instructions are hereby given as to the TRANSIT. & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.]) Arrive at Chicago daily at............ 7:00 a m
: .mode of compliance with such recommendation WESTWARD. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
Florida that : ( FERNANDIKA TO.p EDAR:KEY.) 'No. 1. No. 3. Train to Chattanooga via Jesup. I

A GENERAL ELECTION First, Any elector desiring to vote at such (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Accom. Mail. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville !

in each County in Florida onT election in favor of such a Convention, shall GOING SOUTh. .. Leave Jacksonville...... 8.30a m 5.55 p m to Savannah.
11 be held succeeding the first Monday have written or printed on the same balloton Day Pas. Xt Pal. Arrive Baldwin ...........: 9.11 a in 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom .:k..
l \ next A. I>. 1884, the said Tuesday which the names of the person or A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 9.15am 7.45pm Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington. !. .
in 'ovember, persons voted for for any office or offices at Leave Fernandina................;10.05 4.38 Lake City.........10.43 a In 11.04 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville "
being the said election are written or printed, and on Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.35 5.12 LiveOak............11.35am 1.30pm Savannah.

Fourth day of November, the same side thereof as such names are Arrive Callahan.....................11.20 6.14 Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to .
For a Governor and Lieutenant-Governor written or printed and not on the other Leave Callahan.....................11.30 6.30 Monticello ......_..1.40pm 5.30am Louisville via Thomasville. .
ofthe State of Florida, and for four Electors side, the words FpR A CONVENTION;" Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05 Arrive Tallahassee....... ;.26 p m' 8.14 a m A Restaurant has been opened at Way.
rr 'ident and Vice-president of the United 'and any elector desiring to voteagainst such P.M. Leave Tallahassee......._ !.33 p m 8.40 a m cross, and abundant time will be allowed

of Stat:!; a Convention, shall have written or printed Leave Brandy Branch............12.12 ,7.22 Quincy ......_...... 4.35pm 10.30am for meals by all passenger trains.
for one Representative of the I First Con-. on such ballot, on the side thereof above Arrive Baldwin....................12.30 7.45 Arrive Chatta._River.... 5.45 p m 12.23 am Connecting at Savannah with steamers by
e.'I, io1'District: of Florida in the Fort) prescribed, "the AGAINST A CON- Leave Baldwin.....................12.35 8.30 New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti-
Congress of thc United States; VENTION. Leave Maxville.................... 1.02' 9.02 EASTWARD.No.. 2. No. 4. more.
nlFor om Lit resentative of the Second Second, The votes cast on this question Leave'Highland..................... 1.22 9.27 Accom. Mail. 'Connecting at Charleston with steamers
OIngrel': ional Iistr 't of Florida I in the For- shall be canvassed, and declaration and :Leave Lawtey......................... 1.37 9.47 LeaveChatt'chee River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m for New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
t\.lIinth i Congress of the United States. return thereof shall be made by the Inspectors Leave Temple's...................... 1.55 10.16 Quincy .............11.52 a in 3.15 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
Election \ and by County Canvassing Boards,and Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25 Arrive Tallahassee......12.55 pm 4.50 pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage
will the State Canvassing. Board, in the same Leave Thnrstoiu............... .... 2.32 10.44 Leave Tallahassee ......_ 1.05 p m 5.20 pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
be held manner and at theme time as votes cast Arrive Waldo....................... 2.52 11.16 Monticello......... 1.40pm 6.30pm and sections secured at Company's office in
In the County of'Escambia: for a Senator for persons for offices at said election are A.M. Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55pm .Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-

from the First Senatorial District; required by law to be canvassed, declared Leave Waldo......................... 3.00 1.00 Live. Oak............ 5.02 p in 12.10 a m pot Ticket Office, nd on ''board People's
In the County of Jackson for a Senatorfrom and returned. Leave Gainesville................". '3.45 2.10 Lake City........... 6.04 pm, 2.30 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE
the Third Senatorial District; The attention of the Sheriffs is called to Leave Arredondo.................. '4.03 2.36 Arrive Baldwin........... 7.39pm 5.38am and JENNIE LANE.
In the Counties of Calhoun and Franklin the law requiring them to cause a notice of Leave. Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 Leave. Baldwin............ 7.43pm 6.20am JAS. L. TAYLOR,
Senator from the Fifth Senatorial District said election to be published in a newspaper Leave. Archer........................ 4.30 3.17 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.25pm 7.36am General Passenger Agent. '
for a A. M. IVES
printed in tlieConntyandiftherebenopaper Leave Bronson....................... 5.00 4.00 Trains 1 and daily ;' Trains and 4 will Agent.
In'the Counties of, Liberty and Waukulla published in the County, they shall cause at Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.37 4.45 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but
bra Senator from the Seventh Senatorial least five copies of this notice to be postedin Leave Rosewood ................._ 6.10 5.30 will run Mondays. DRUGS
1Ji trict; ; the most public places in the County.IN Arrive Cedar Key.................. 6.40 6.10 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto MEDICINES, ETC. ;
of: Jefferson for a Senatorfrom
the County Pensacola
In daily Pullman
GOING NOKTH. ; Sleepers
unto set hand and affixed the
the Ninth Senatorial District; my Jacksonville to :New Orleans ESTADLIS.IED: 1875.
In the County of Hamilton for a Senator [L. s.] Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Day Pa. M Pas. ,23 -" Take the FLORAL CITY daily. ROUTE :
Tallahassee, the Capital, this, the A.M. P.M.
District --
Eleventh Senatorial
from the of Alachua for Senator: twentieth day of August A. D. 1884. Leave Cedar Key................... 7.35 7.50 the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
County ; a Central and
In the District JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Leave Rosewood.................... 8.07 8.30 Western Division.ST. .
ThirteenthSenatorial DRUGS
from the Bradford; for a Senator; Secretary of State.J. Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.38 9.12 anHORSEY MEDICINES ,
In the Fifteenth County Senatorial District A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff Nassau County. Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15 10.00 MARK'S BRANCH.
from the of' Putnam for Senatorfrom ;; Fernandina Fla., August 29,1884-40-'td. Leave Archer....................... 9.45 10.35 (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
In the County Senatorial District a Leave Palmer .......................10.01 10.54 Leave Tallahassee.................... ... 8.00am
Seventeenth of Marion for Senator; Leave Arredondo...................10.15 11.11 Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05 a m & CO.
In the County District a SEA ,ISLAND ROUTE. Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.36A. Arrive St.: Mark's.....,.............,....., 9.30am ,
from Nineteenth'Senatorial ; M. Leave St... Mark's.........................10.00 a. m
In the Counties' of Dade and Brevard for Arrive Waldo....... .. .............11.23 12.30 Arrive" aknlla.............................10.25am
Senator ro1l1 the Twenty-first; Senatorial Leave. Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 Arrive Tallahassee,!....................11.30 a m =1 PHARMACISTS 1=
Di In-.trict the: County( Sumter for a Senator GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Leave Thurston...............:..;.11.56 2.30 ;I
; P. M. .
from the Twenty-third of Walton Senatorial for a District Senator;, .. Leave Starke......................:.12.30, 2.47 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for Centre Street
In the the Twellt\.fi County ft h Senatorial District Inland Steamboat Co. Leave Temple's 1 ...................'..1"5: -I all points; North and East; with the Fernan- 0
from the Counties of: Polk and Manatee for; Leave Lawtey...................i...12.58 3.23 dina & Jacksonville Short Line. for Fernan-
In\ from Twenty-seventh Senatorial Leave Highland: ...................?. 1.14 3.45 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on FERNAXDINA, FLORIDA.
a Senator District Leave. Maxville..................... '1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
the ; of. Volusja for a Senator NO HEAT1-NO! DUST Arrive Baldwin ..................,.. 2.00 4.50 At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- KEEP constantly hand a fine assort-
faun In the Twenty-niiith County i Senatorial District Leave Baldwin........ ........... 2.05 5.40 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- of FRESH and PURE FORi'
In the County of !-'t. John's for a Senator; -BUT- Leave Brandy Branch........... 2.25 6.00 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. EIGN and DOMESTIC .1
District Leave Dutton........................ 2.40 6.15 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida
f-vuii!On theTliirty-firstiSenalorial the same i day an: election will be held; A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.50 & Western Railroad.At Drugs and .<

of for Senator Leave Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Chemicals.
the County Madison a
in Sea Islands.
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 Railroad ,
from the Tenth Senatorial District, to fill I on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- .
the Arrive Fernan ina................. 4.38 8.40 urdays. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, y
tl'acancy occasioned by resignation .
of Frank: W. Popejho was elected Senatorfor -- 3S" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen Proprietary and Fancy Goods
the term of four year, at the General Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR.
Election held on the first Tuesday after the JB"A( PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE t sacola, Mobile Montgomery, New Orleans,

first Monday of November, A. D.:1882; DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West. Southwest, FINE TOILET ARTICLES, ;,

Jn the County of ,Duval for a Senator -- (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.. ) and lachicola Northwest Columbus, and and with all boats for Apa- r
from Senatorial District toIl
the ,
the occasioned by the resignation GOING SOUTH. The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
vacancy Day Pas. Nt Pas. all points 'Vt'st.Through .
of Jonathan C. Grceley, who was a ect-
dilator for the term of four at the P.M. A.M. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths IN CHEAT VARIETY.'
General Election heW on the first years,Tuesday j Leave Waldo.......................: 3.00 12.40 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
after the t first of November, A. D. Leave Dixie.......:................... 3.21 1.10 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
1832 Monday Leave Hawthorne.......:..... ..:.. 3.37 1.33 and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla. :Physicians' Prescriptions
In; the County of, Monroe for a Senator Leave Lochloosa.................... 3.57 2.03 A. 0. MAcDONELL,
from the Twenty-fourth Senatorial Districtto Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 Gen'l Ticket and .Agent, carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

fill vacancy occasioned} by the resignation Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina, Fla.C. reasonable prices.
of George W. Allen, who was elected ST. NICHOLAS Leave.Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 W. MAXWELL, -
Senator for the term of four years, at the Leave Silver Spring............... 5.31 3.35 Master of Transportation, CURTIS
general: election held on the first Tuesdayafter LEAVES, FERNANDINA.Frida EVERY MON- Leave Ocala............................ 5.45 4.00 Baldwin, Fla. & CO. .
the first Monday of November A. D. } mornings. Leave Lake,Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 D., E. MAXWELL,
leaves ESTATE
1S;:!. Returning, SAVANNAH foot of Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09 General Superintendent REAL AGENTS,
And in each of the respective Counties Lincoln street, every Sunday and Thursday Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 Fernandina, Fla. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA..
of i\,\e State General Election for its con- mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10

ititutVmal number of Members of the General For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO GOING NORTH. Savannah, Florida and Western Loans effected.procured, Mortgages negotiated Exchanges -

Assembly, to-wit A.M. P. M. 1
D-cambia County three Leave Lecsburg..................... 6.50 6.00 RAILWAY. Mill Sites, Town Lots. from 25 feet to 4
Santa Rosa County two; Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00. acres.-Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
Walton two ; Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. acres, for sale.
County ; apply to LEVE & ALDEN of Bull
Holmes corner Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 N. B._"St. Mary's having been selectedas
Washington County one; and Bryan streets, Savannah. Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 All trains of this road are ran by Central the terminus of the Atlantic& MississippiCanal
Franklin County County one; Brunswick passengers either way will be Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 I ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes (under the survey made for Govern-
Calhoun County one; transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. Leave Anthony Place............ 9.15 9.28 slower than Jacksonville time.ON ment by General Gillmore), charters for the-
one; not signed for 24 hours after arrival
Jackson County three Freight Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.45 construction of which having been grantedby
Liberty County ; will be at risk of consignee.F. Leave Orange Lake..............'.:. 9.40 10.08 and after Sunday, May 11, 1884. Pas the United States Government and the
Wakulla County one one; ; ": W. SIMMONS Fernandina, Agent Fla., Leave. Lochloosa.............. ....10.02 10.45 Trains will leave and arrive as Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large::
Gadsden County three Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 follows: increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe
Leon County four ; C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. confidently looked for." (See New York
Jefferson County four; Savannah, Ga. A.M. Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:30 a m Sun, 27-3-83.). '
Madison County three; Manager. Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m
Taylor County ; r' Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15 a m NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD.NCIPIES .
one'Hamilton J Day Passenger daily except Sunday;
In the Cireuit Court Fourth Ju-
Arrive at Waycross daily at..11:01 a m
County two Night Passenger daily.F. .
Suwannee County two, dicial Circuit, Nassau County, Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 3:17 p m E BOILERNEW
Lafayette ; Florida. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p m ,
Columbia three Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m AND SECOND HAND.
County ; JANE M. MOORE,. (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive at Pensacola daily at..11:45 m
Alachua. County four; vs. }[ DIVORCE. GOING SOUTH. Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 4:45 p a m ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES
Levy Bradford County two; BERNIAH :MOORE. Leave Fernandina...................... 7.30a. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m CombUed Orange B.z apd Single Machine
County two T APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVITfiled Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa Eagle Gin, Saw Mill. Planer, IZeuw. Ao
Clay Baker Coun1one'County one; that Berniali Moore, the defendant, Arrive Jacksonville............... ...... 9.10a.m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Ask for Catalogue .and. ., Prices before baying.

Nassau County two; resides beyond the limits of the State of GOING NORTH. cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- HANDLE & DUGAN MACH'Y CO
Duval County four Florida, so that ordinary process cannot be Leave Jacksonville...................... 5.00p.m. Mississippi points. Pullman Buffet and
St. John's County two served upon him;; now, therefore, it is or- Leave Hart's Road....................... 6.04 p. In. Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a
Volusia County one ; dered that a hearing be had upon the facts Arrive Fernandina..................... 6.40p.m. Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. (Write for Catalogue: and rn-,.t Gn this paper.)
Orange County two,; charged in complainant's bill of complaint, ii1'" Trains daily except Sunday. FAST MAIL.

Putnam County two filed in above stated cause, on the first Monday SUNDAY Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
Marion County two; in October next. EXCURSION.A..M. P. 1\[. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m
Suniter County two JAMES M. BAKER, Judge. Leave Jacksonville9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p in PATENTS

Hernando County two; June 20th 1884. 31-3m: Arrive Fernandina.................10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m
Hillsborough County two ; Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m tfUNN & CO., of the Scnofrmc AMERICAN, continue -
Tolk County one Notice Letters* of Administra- Arrive Jacksonville.................' 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at........! 8:17 p m Marks to Copyrights act us Solicitors, for the for Patents United,State Caveats. Canada.Trade
Manatee County one; Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m England, France.! Germany,etc. Hand, Book about
Hade] County one TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : CONNECTIONS. Arrive at Washington.D.C.daily at11:00 p m Patents sent free. ThirtT-<"'v >n ,an'experience.
Krevard County one ; The heirs, representatives, and all per- Arrive at New York daily at........ 6:30 a m In Patents the SCIENTIFIC obtained AMEBICAX.throulhMUNN the A largest CO.: are bestand noticed
Monroe County two. sons interested, are cited to show cause, if AT FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting at Waycross with Through most widely circulated scientific paper. $a20a year.
And on the same day there will be held any they can, before the County Judge of With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room Weekly.formation.Splendid Specimen engravings copy of the and Scientific interesting A mer-in-
i Nassau county, Fla., on or before the first to New York with- lean sent free. Address MONN ,
ti each County of the State a general elec ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars. Waycross CO. ScxzxnriCAMERICAN
Office 261 Broadway, New York.
day of September, 1884, why letters of administration out :
lotConstables, each County being al- for New York on Thursday.With change.
should not be issued from the
entitled to one Constable for Route from and to Savan-
every !NO hundred registered voters in the County Court of Nassau county to CharlesW. nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave'Jacksonuille! daily at.......... 5:30 p m P TEXTS obtained for new inventionsor
County Lewis, of Fernandina. Fla., the for in old
upon improvements
..... 9:00
i provided however that no County CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily. at. a m
haU 1 have more than twelve Constables estate of E. LeRoy Jones, deceased. and from Savannah and Charleston Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:20 p m ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
least\'et that. cach County shall be entitled to at Witness my hand 'as IGth Judge of, and the seal and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m all patent business promptly attendedto.
wo Constables, regardless of the of said court, this day July, A. D. Leave Gainesville daily at............ 6.15 p m INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
number of registered voters. 1884. H. J.. BAKER, BALDWIN, FLA., Leave Newnansville daily ut........ 6:57 p m REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
Flor5EREf the Legislature of the state of 6w County Judge, Nassau County. To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Leave New'Bran ford daily at........ 8:20 p m ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-

D' 1881, did determine by a and all points South, West, and Northwest, Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-:
Tote of a majority of all the members.elected FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER daily. V Arrive at DuPont daily at.............12:10 a m NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure patents -
each of the -IIo"ses thereof, that it is AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at............. 2:25 a m in less time than those who are remote .
necessary? to cause a revision of the entire FOR SALE CHEAP To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p In from Washington.When ri
institution; ; of said State, and did. enter WILDWOOD. Arrive at Macon dailvat.............;. 7:00 a m Inventors send model or sketch,
rude Iettrnlliiatiott. upon their respective EDGIXGS '10, cents load. With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Atlanta daily at:............12:25 p m we make search in the Patent Office and
Journals i'i' 'll"tne yeas and nays thereon, per and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m advise as to its patentability free of charge,
anII. ;, refer ROUGH LUMBER, ....... Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
hen thc same to the legislature CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at... 1:25 a m
Legislature next to be chosen ; and,.whereas, the From $5 to $16 per M ft., With Morgan's Line. Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
of said State then next chosen, according to quality. West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Cincinnati daily at-...... 7:00 a m 'IS OBTAINED.We .
tacit; 1.he.Legislature of A. D. 1883 did, DRESSED LUMBER, Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m 'refer by permission to the City Postmaster -
each iilajorily! of the members elected tottvMon $12 to $20 per M. feet. Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ ,6:20 p m and to the Superintendent of thepostOffice
.,e thereof! agree to such proposed attended to every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:30.a m Money Order Division in Wash-
(''f 1W VV ini'crctwi the said Legislature Orders by Telephone promptly Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at...........12:20 p m ington. For special references circular,ser-
eOII1 ent':1 by resolution duly passed, re- WILLIAM B. C. .DURYEE, for and from Key West, Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:40 p m vice.terms, etc., addressC.
or L the Sectors of the next election Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Thursday: for Tampa and ':Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m A. SNOW & CO.. "
the members of the Legislature to vote Office foot Centre Street. 8 and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at........ 5:30: p m Opp.Patent Office. 'Va5bin .JVf. 2t


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,5 1 4; THE 'FLORIDA: MIRROR:: SEPTEMBER '13, .1884.. -
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Y \r THE FLORIDA MIRROR. From Glory ,Unto Gloty. The Precinct Meeting Wanted. r '< -". '. $2SO.reward.

1 The Democratic primary meeting! to select. A young lady, ii graduate of one of the The citizens of Fernandina will n-lv
i BECOHD I 'GRAND DEMONSTRATION OF THE COUNTY Convention which best Institutions in the State, and who has reward of two hundred and fifty dollars; a
delegates to the County ,
t y"' j: : fi.UO A YEAR; $J.OO FOR. .SIX MONTHS DEMOCRACY.On had several years' experience in teaching, the arrest, with evidence to convict. of the
meets at Callahan to-day, met at the club-. desires a situation to teach either in a 'pri- fiend who perpetrated the heinous mat
i next the. -
.." ;' i Tuesday evening Democracyof room of'the Cleveland and Perry Club on vate' family or subscription school.. Ad- on the night of August 9th, 1884, upon the e'

.j \ Reflection this city will have its second grand dem- Thursday evening last.< dress C. W. B., Winchester, Va. person of an aged resident.

onstration at Lyceum Hall, under the lead- G. W.. SCHUYLER. J. p.f
: Mrs. E. 0. Friend and children returned W. N.. Thompson, Chairman of, the Pre-
.' 1 ership of Cleveland and Perry Club No.,1. Republican, Mass Meetings the Citizens
cinct Executive Committee, called the meet- Fernandina Fla. "
; ii. from Ohio Thursday. August 14. 1884.
The distinguished speakers who are expectedover orderand was made chairman. Geo. Hon Josiah T. Walls, Republican candi-
'Il; The.. Carondelct brought a very heavyfreight here are Hon. Charles Dougherty, the ing to ; date for Congress in the Second District, and =

tl; from New York. nominee for Representative to Congress of W. Schuyler, was chosen secretary. Gen. L. G. Dennis and other speakers, will MERCHANT TAILOR.;

Upon motion of Mr. J.. H. Mooney, the address the people m f political questions -
-- The Cleveland and Perry Club now has the Second Florida Congressional District,
; chairman appointed a'committee' of five, the following places: R. G. :McQUITTYHas
f over one hundred members. Gov. W.:! D. Bloxham,. and John E. Hart- Jacksonville Thursday (at night), Sept. 18.
consisting of J. II. ,Mooney, Wm. Bell, C. removed his business
to the
Jackso'nville-all Fernandina, Friday September 19. rooms
; ; ridge, Esq., of speakers of over
Governor,Bloxham will speak at Lyceum H. Whitner, Warren 'Mason, and G. L. Starke, Saturday, September 20. the New York Bakery, on Centre street

Hall Tuesday: evening next. known ability. The Club, as at the Perry Baltzell, to recommend delegates and alter- Leesburg, Monday, September; 22. He has received an assortment of seasonable
mass meeting will leave nothing undone to 23. goods for gentlemen's wear, and is
Ocala, Tuesday September
: Maj. E. J. Lutterloh, Mayor of Cedar Key, nates to the County Convention.After prepared
yY, make the meeting a success. The silver Micanopy\ Wednesday,(at night), Sept. 24. to make them up to suit all tastes in the
was jn the city yesterday. due deliberation the committee returned best style.
cornet band has been engaged to furnish < Archer, Thursday (at night), Sept. 23.
s Prof. J. N. Whitner. of the Florida Agricultural and presented the following list of Fleniington,-Friday, September 26. <;22r Repairing neatly done.
music and excursion rates will be made by
Fernandina Fla.
Gainesville, Saturday September 27. July 12,1884.
delegates and alternates:
is in the
4: College the railroad company from Jacksonville, Delegates. Alternates. Newnansville, Monday, September 29.

The storm signal was displayed on Wednesday Baldwin, Dutton, Callahan, Italia, andHart's Providence, Tuesday, September 30., GO TO
Warren Mason W. N. Thompson, -
; By order of the Committee.
last, at the signal station. Road.
C. Lasserre, W. C. Beal, W. A. WALTERS, Chairman.J. .
: i :, Mr. Geo. R. Hubby left by the. steamship The club will assemble at its headquarters J. Fred Lohman, R. M. Henderson, A. PARKER, Secretary.

.for New York. promptly at seven o'clock to conductthe
; Carondelet yesterday, C. H. Leggett, Thos. W. Bellows, ,
to the hall. Passaic Lawns
During this week 500 bales of cotton were' speakers James Bell, H. J. Baker, PRESCOTTSESTABLISHED
The the here Five cents a yard, to-day only. at
day following grand rally ,
via the Sea Island route to Savan
W. F. V. Scott, Chas. H. Berg, 37. MODE BRO'S.
17 the
Wednesday, September same speakers -
1. nah. G. W. Schuyler, Fred W Hoyt,
0 will address the people at King's Ferry.
Mr. and Mrs. Stark and Mrs. H. W. King G. L. Baltzell, J. A.: Brooks, Fine Printing.
The club has chartered the steamer Martha
v '- .left for the North by the Carondelet this Albert Glaiber,. C. M. Wimberly, Cards. Letter-Heads, Note-Heads, Bill-
for the, occasion which will leave Centre HOUSE
Heads, Statements, and every description of
Wm. Bell, J. D. Palmer.
week. ,
A street dock at 7:30 a. m., sharp standard Printing neatly executed at this office.
t After deliberate consideration the meeting -
Another consignment of sheep arrived -FOR-
time, returning the same evening. The
't", .,' from King's Ferry by the Martha for W. K. brass band will also accompany the excur- instructed the delegates to the County To Rent.
Convention to support and the adoption The two-story frame residence on Centre
j ._Bauknight. sion. The followingare the round trip rates press street, north side corner of Eighth street;
I of the "side-show" resolution adoptedat SHOES.JUST
R. W.Southwick, Esq., agent of the Mai- established: Fernandina and St. Mary', conveniently located. Terms liberal.
the Democratic State Convention for the I .
', r' Tory Line of Steamships, returned from his 75 cents? Port Henry and Wild's Landing, II. E. DOTTERER.
filling of the county offices.
trip North by the Carondelct Wednesday.The 50 cents.
The convention then adjourned. --- RECEIVED AT
Democrats have learned this much
1, Swift and Merited Justice. -
from Blaine of Maine-they are making it Range of ThermometerFOR The House
Our exchanges of late have teemed with Uptown Clothing

;t; ,: '' .. an aggressive campaign in this State, and to details of crime in all its phases. Especiallyhave THE WEEK IIORSEY'S ENDING DRUG FRIDAY STORE.,SEPTEMBER 12, ,

a; : some purpose. we noticed the growing frequency of CORNER OF SIXTH AND ASH STREETS,

t :Mrs- T. R. Moore returned from Birmingham -
brutal and fiendish assaults c

4 a ; Ala., Thursday, where she has been by brutes in the form of men.upon Our own I :-.1 .C-1- 1M, :**.* q Co. WindMARINE. A LARGE STOCK I FALL GOODS,

r spending. the summer with her sister, Mrs. the of of these
city recently was scene one / CONSISTING OF A FULL LINE OFMEN'S -
I Dr.Lunquest.: shocking crimes. Unfortunately, so far the Saturday.Sept.: 80 85 84 83S.E..

M .A Sunday ..._......... 7 80 86 84 S.E.
,14 Let us give those eloquent speakers, DloxI criminal has escaped. Monday ..........._.8 79 86 85 821 S.E. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING: ,

: ham, Dougherty and Hartridge, ,as good;a Yesterday we learned from trustworthy Tuesday........... 9 79 85 83 N.E.

r reception as that we gave to General Perry, authority that a similar outrage had been I Wednesday.......10 78 83 83 821 N..E.Thursqay..11 Gents' Furnishing Goods, Umbrellas, etc:,
79 89 87 86 S.W.
at Lyceum Hall Tuesday night. committed on Thursday, in the broad lightof 1 Which I WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE LV THE
84 S.'V.
Friday.......... ....12 79 86 85
day, by a an aged CITY. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the place
George Weber, a nephew of Mrs.Sweeney, young negro upon

p' '' on Amelia Beach, and employed as barkeeper widow lady named Perry, the mother of .cEirTHE UPTOWN CLOTHING HOUSE.-@a W. J. LOHMAN.

:,t at the Idle Hour, died of congestive eight grown children, at Oxford, which may

chill on Thursday evening last.. cause the death of the unfortunate woman. Port of Fernandina

rr The fiend was caught shortly after, his guilt HIGH WATER.
Mr. James Menzies. chief clerk in they
proved beyond a doubt, and when the train ,Saturday, Sept. 13...... 2:08: A.M. 2:44P.M..
office of the general freight agent of the Sunday, 14...... 3:15": 3:49'

1 Florida Railway & Navigation Company, was leaving Oxford yesterday: was seen :Monday)5....... 4.21 4:52 h

returned this week from his trip to Canada. hanging to a tree. Tuesday, 16...... 5:22: h 5:49 SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

As a law-abiding citizen we deprecate any: Wednesday, 17...... 6:17 6:42: h. -- 00

: A Cleveland and Perry Club was organized attempt of people taking the law in their Thursday, 18...... 7:09": 7:28. 00

Hart's Road last with Friday 19...... 7:54 8:10"
,..rt at on Saturday WE HA.VE JUST RECEIVED
own hands, but if there is any case in a
members. W. W. Farmer ENTERED.
twenty-nine was which it is justifiable it certainly is in this. ftO
elected president, and J. C. Snowball, secre- Sept. 6-S. P. St.' Nicholas, Usina, Savannah A full and complete assortment of

; with passengers; to F. W. uiGC
Change of Schedule.A .
tary.A. Simmons agent. VI --
0. MacDonell, Esq., general passengerand new change of schedule goes into effecton 7-S. S. City: of Palatka, Vogel, from GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS
ticket agent of the Florida Railway & the lines of the Florida Railway & Navigation ,Charleston. :,
8-S. S.1 of Palatka Vogel from
City ,
'j Navigation Company, left for Boston Thursday Company to-morrow. According to
r r Jacksonville and Palatka. __ IN BULK AND IN PAPERS,
to attend the meeting of the General the new schedule, the day and night pas- 9-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan- 00. 00

'., Passenger and Ticket Agents' Association. senger trains on the main line between this nah ;; with passengers, to F. W. Which we offer

Mr. MacDonell was accompanied by his city and Cedar Key: will run as heretofore, Simmons, agent. Q W
10-Schr. Frank McDonnell, ,
wife. excepting that the night train will leave railroad d
Philadelphia; castings, At Prices LOWER than the Producers.
l' :;< The county School Board met at the Waldo 15 minutes later. to F. R. & N. C.

'' Clerk's office on Thursday last and examined The trains on the Fernandina & Jackson- 11-S. S.Charleston.City of Palatka, Vogel, from --

I number of applicants for the position I ville road will run the same as heretofore, -
; :. a 11-S. S. Carondelet, Daniels, 1,508
; ;,t of teacher in the public schools. Superintendent I with the exception that the Sunday eve- tons, 'New York : freight and

i Higginbotham, so far, has made no ning train will leave at 5 o'clock instead of passengers, to R. Southwick, -- FRED W. HOYT & CO GOWHOLESALE

G as heretofore.On agent.
] appointments.The 12-S. S. City of Palatka. Vogel, from h
the Western Division, the evening
steamship Carondelet,which sailed for Jacksonville and Palatka. Q

: w.,a : New York Thursday evening last carried train leaves Jacksonville at 6:25 p. m., in- 12-S. P. St: Nicholas, Usina, Savan- S
stead of 5:55.: In addition to the regular nah freight and passengers, to FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.I
; i, twenty-five cabin passengersand the follow- F. W>Simmons, agent.CLEARED. S 00
night and day trains, an extra
: I ing cargo: 164 bbls. rosin, 32 bbls. spirits, passenger "" : QD .-
,, i freight train is put on, leaving Jacksonvilleat /
412 cases cedar, 50 packages merchandise, 5 o'clock a. m., arriving at Tallahassee at Sept. 7-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, to SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !

: 48,000 feet lumber. Jacksonville and Palatka;
9:10 p. m. Returning, leave Tallahassee at 8-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-

1 J d Awhile marked feature in this campaign is that 5:25 a. m., arriving at Jacksonville at 9:05: nah ;,with passengers, by F.W.Simmons .

I 1' ? the Democratic public meetings are a. m. l:: ,agent.I' .

\I """a': a. the most enthusiastic and best attended in 8-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, to

400 Cars for the F. R. & N. Co. Charleston.
t k' the history of the State since reconstruction,
10-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina.. Savan-
The Florida and
Railway Navigation Co.
., ? the Republican speakers are meeting with
nah with by F. W.
; passengers
+ ., ; a spiritless support and are speaking to have just closed a contract for 250 flat and Simmons, agent. AND RETAIL.

"{ small audiences. 150 box cars with the firm of Blaine Bros., 11-Sch. Five Brothers, Hooper, New

1 t of Huntingdon, Pa. The contracting firm York; lumber, by R. J. Camp

;+ 1 Prof. C. A. Key, who last year was the will have the iron work done at their home & Bro.
11-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, to
died .
of Fernandina School No. 1 c
: principal r
1: factory, while for the wood work a branchis Palatka and Jacksonville. =E'L= 8'SY4z
of consumption at his former home at Jones- -- ...'.r_.
to be established at Ellaville. Messrs. 12-S. S. Carondelet, Daniels, 1,508 -

'1: boro, Ga., on the 28th August. Prof. Key Bucki & Son, of that city will saw the lum- tons, New York ; freight and

!' I was highly esteemed here by his pupils and passengers by R. W. Southwick,
+, { ber for the cars, which is to be of yellow

t : f r patrons. He was a man of excellent character The of the is to be Agent.
lia pine. capacity factory 12-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan-
', a and very decided abilities as an in- and the will nah and
'p i three cars per day, company > freight passengers, by '
E t : structor. F. W. Simmons, agent. = :ef= = -
receive them as fast as they can be con-
1 Y l'a 12-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, to

a f ,c The county convention for the nomina- structed. Charleston. .ci _

,, tion ,of two candidates for the Assembly T IN PORT.
:Netv and Powerful Locomotives.
t, :I'. j : meets at Callahan to-day. Let us hope that Bark Duchess of Lancaster, Clements.Sch. .
The first two of five new powerful loco-
.l 1' i wise counsel will prevail and that candidates i- I J. J. Taylor, Mumford. 4 ES -
motives for the Florida Railway and Navigation -
Schr. Frank MacDonell Sauls.
r '' ',fin t ;.., } will be selected who will reflect not .
CQ. arrived in this city last Sunday.The g
1 : {qt'f ., : only credit upon the party, but who will engines which arrived here are Nos. 37 Call for a County Convention.The .

1, i t: a, i command the'unanimous support of the Democratic voters of Nassau County = M
and 38, named respectively the Gadsden and
: ,r. thinking people of the county. will hold a County Convention at Callahan
Jefferson and manufactured for
N were on Saturday September 13th, to nominatetwo
$ 7t i The red paint, on which R.\V.Southwick, company by the Rogers Locomotive, Worksof Representatives for the Legislature.The .

of the Club Districts are entitled to delegates as
President Mallory Fishing ; reft Paterson, N. J.

:" I made in New York is follows: ..
; cently a corner expected .. ........... .
A yew Boat the St. Johns. Precinct No. 1_....... ... .10 delegates. ; -
,, t' G '. I here early next week, in time for the for Precinct X o. 2..........................2 -

ha ; grand Democratic mass meeting in this The steamer Harry mil put into this port Precinct Xo. 3.......................... 2 ._ .

: city. Crippen remains North to supply Wednesday last, having left' New York Precinct No. 4.......................... 3 ., aour/1Pug.co.Rr'Lkd.- .

the Thursday previous. The Inn is a side- Precinct No. 5.......................... 4Precinct. ." ,
I'rt the deficiencies here as fast as needed. the No. G.......................... 4 "

t wheel passenger boat and goes on route Precinct No. 7.......................... 5 .' y. A. Do NOYE
few since severall
We were shown a days between Palatka and Crescent City. She Precinct*vo.8..........................3 oJ : 9

l: t, creditable paintings: from the brush of an made an excellent trip from New York, Precinct No. 9.......................... 8 oJ

Jx&r., amateur artist of our island city Master coming all the outside until she struckSt. Precinct No. 10.:....:................ 3 DEALER IN

tt' Louis A. Waas. Taking into account that way Precinct No. 11 ...................... 4 "
{ t Master Waas has had no tuition whatever,
A. EDWARD. Secretary.
;! we feel encouraged to say that, with proper Miss L. G. WatsonWill Fernaridina, August: .23, 188-1. Hay and Grain Ship Stores,

e' .r instruction,he will develop more than ordinary open a Select School for ;young girls : :_., ,d..-. ,

and children, on Wednesday, September 17, FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS
talent in the art. Master Waas goes Clam ChowderThis ,
1884 in the house .on Centre street, corner
to Gainesville shortly to attend the East Seventh. Terms liberal. eveningrat.! CROCKERY HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE.
t Florida Seminary. After a course there he Miss Watson will also take classes in Dec- -
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orative Painting, Embroidery, etc.
will select phonography, telegraphy and .
New Goods.Large
References Rev. O. Thackara Mr. S. :
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4'. ,'. cartoons as his weapons with which to A. Swann, Mr. H. E. Dotterer, Judge C. V. lines of new goods in every department : Prices Low as the Lowest..

'.,' fight: life's battles. Ilillfer: ;Major E. McWhorter.. at *' J. &T. KYDD'S .' r : X. E. corner outgo; and Second SisFeriiaiiriinn, Fla..
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