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 20, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
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Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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V0L. k KERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER z0. 1884. NO. ,42"... '

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;R GLORY UNTO GLORy; I Hon., W. Naylor Thompson, as First Vice- of sectional division.-dislranchiscnient.' !: hate, that everything which we neither produce industries that need protection,'in order ti)
M misrepresentation and "as farcertainly manufacture should in the
President of Cleveland and Perry Club No. nor come on protect the laboring men and women, but
the Southern States have been free list and that in the
as :; upon everything that there taxation shall stop, as they arc-
j.Nassu 1, presided, and upon calling the meeting to com-erned-shall be" longer pursued under production or manufacture of which we are unalterably opposed to a system of,taxation

order, spoke as follows: the leadership of Mr. Blaine, or whether we brought into ,competition with foreign which will wring from this people three or
A shall have a country united in theory and countries a duty should be I levied, so that four millions of dollars each year over and
Iadksaxd Fellow-Citizens:Scarcely two fact, and a complete obliteration of .color the labor employed to produce or manufacture above the amount to,administer
Enthused from the East weeks ago this hall was filled to its utmost I !lines, with Governor Cleveland as Presidentof it in this country shall not be put this government ecol1omic necessary lhThev are

capacity by an enthusiastic audience to do I the United States. upon a par with the'pauper labor of unalterably opposed to leaving millions

honor to the gentlemen we expect on, the i In judging< of the fitness of a candidate for Europe and other countries.I of the peoples in'the to be
the West. I money treasury
4th of November next to elect .Governor
as our -
.. public office. I know of no way of forming believe in a. liberal system of improvements used by the party in power at a corruption
and Lieutenant-Governor, and tonight an opinion of what his official action will in having a navy of which we shall fund to carry elections in this country anti
we ure gratified to note that our citizens be., except by what ,ithas been should he not feel ashamed, and in National aid to for politicians to steal. .
are giving as hearty a welcome to our ever have held 'office; and while it- has of educate ; for while men may talk of any Let us not go backward. The appeal

next member' of Congre-s: Hon. CharlesDougherty late years 1l become fashionable to' vilify and man or political party saving this countrythe which I make to :you is not for men, it'is-*', ,.".
TORCH-LIGHT PROCESSION.The our distinguished Governor abuse men from the time they are nominated truest, firmest foundation upon whicha not for party it is not for myself. It is that
GRIND Hon. William D. Bloxham and Jacksonville's

A until, they are defeated or (elected popular government can ever rest is the yon keep this Government in the hands of
favorite son, Mr. John E. Hurtridge.We still man be furnish education of the of the
a Should\ reqnired to a masses people. men of those!' elements which combine a
are also particularly gratified at seeing; certificate of n :saint character himself Not expecting to be the whole Congress majority of the virtue the ,intelligence anti

so many: ladies honoring us by their before making 'way 'with'the reputation of a however, I do not promise to make all the material interests of this State. After all,,
presence; for we feel assured! ifye have candidate in the beat and turmoil of apolitical laboring men rich. I do not promise to there is nothing to me in a" party name.

!{people Turn Out En Masse their sympathy .and their smiles victory is campaign., I' make no charge build a light-house every ten 'miles alongour Whenever! a majority of that party with
sure to crown our efforts.! You will remember therefore, of persopal corruption against Mr. coast. I do not promise to dig out and which I have allied myself is composed of-

General Perry cautioned us not to forget Blaine. I am not hereto attack the character make navigable every creek that is not now and controlled by that element which makes.
totHear: Charles Dougherty Charlie Dougherty, who wa then sick, of the. guns man ,and extol that of the deep enough to float a dug-out. But I do up eight or nine-tenths of what used! to be-
and not let his cause suffer while necessarily other. I leave 'you] to read the public promise, if elected your representative I called the Republican and i is now called the-

: and Gov. Bloxham. off dl1tIf General Perry "could be record of, the two men and 'draw your own will exert myself to see that Florida has a Independent party in this State. I will abandon -
here to-night and see this enthusiastic demonstration conclusions, which may differ from my fair share or"money in the general appro- that party; for the prosperity of my

heould be convinced that own, for when I read the record that priations, and that money shall be forthcoming country and my State is dearer to me than
we had not forgotten Charlie Dougherty, Governor, Cleveland"has made I find that to complete the works already the success or domination of any man or
and that Old Nassau which was'the banner in whatever position.he has been placed he undertaken.One men or party.Governor .
county of the Second District in 1882, will has been free from the taint of official corruption thing I most solemnly promise: If
THE GRAND RALLY AT KING'S FERRY. keep tip her reputation in 1884 and give tour and his political enemies are forcedto I steal anything at all, when.I get back you : Bloxham was next speaker,

standard-bearer the largest vote any admit that he has been a faithful pubiic can all draw on me for what you want, fur and was cordially received. Following is a

former candidate has ever received. It is servant true to .all 'of his constitutional I will steal enough at one time to make us synopsis of

not. my intention upon this occasion to obligation. When read that of Mr. Blaine, all rich and I will come here to spend the 4
make a speech as there are others here for I find that he has been connected with railroad share that I keep for myself instead of goingto GOVERNOR BLOXHAM'S SPEECH.

that purpose whose eloquence and ability jobbery and political jugglery ; and New York to live as does my opponent. Governor Bloxham said that during the-

The second grand demonstration of the far excels my own but before taking my that when lie has occupied public position COLONEL BISBEE'S RECORD.I eight years of authority of the Radical

Democracy of this city during the campaigntook seat I can scarcely refrain from alluding to he has taken unto himself the'manners of have it had erected for itself
never paid any attention to the party a monument
the status of the Republican partyof
present of this
dictatorial master
an arrogant ,
place on Tuesday evening last, under Florida. We find that at the Republican! who delegated to him the only power whichhe question us to his residence, believing the of profligacy and eternal infamy. On the
the leadership of Cleveland and Perry Club State Convention held in Tallahassee, they people would settle that in November ; butit
ever exercised The charges which he other hand, what was the character of the-
So. 1. The speakers were Hon. Charles placed! at_the head of their ticket for the has to face, most singularly, are not brought seems that he admits his non-residence monument Democracy had erected
when he kindly promises that if elected he during
office of Governor an avowed Demo
high ; before the publics by his "political"enemies
Dougherty, the Democratic nominee for the crat in the person of Mr. Frank Pope,,and but by men who. Have been his political will come then, and live among us. Of the past eight years in Florida'? It,'was a

Forty-ninth Congress from the Second Congressional for Lieutenant-Governor Mr. Greeley,a soft- friends and associates, ,and! as long'as print- him.personally I have nothing to say unlesshe ,'noble one--one seen _anil known of all
District, His Excellency Governor shell Republican. Only think of it A and will them the attacks me first ; then I'll return his ,
writing prevent
ing fire, and I believe that myreputation men ; an increase! and development of the
Democrat the nominee of a State Republican and Fisher-letters wi1le\.er be before can
Bloxha'ni, and J. E. Hartridge, Esq., of Jack- Convention. The in which Mulligan } stand as great a strain as his and not break resources of the State; and an increase to-
predicament the of tht Anierican
; the latter two gentlemen havingcome eyes people. 'all to pieces either. It is his public record
sonvilljj; the Republican party of Florida now stands While we are not citizens of the State of population resulting from immigration.
I here at the special invitation of the reminds me vermuch of the story I once Maine or of New York, we areas much ,that I propose to use very briefly. If lie is Governor Bloxham then briefly referreil
heard of an Irish sailor named Pat. Pat citizens of the United State those of correctly reported (and seeing no correctionI
Club. as are
to Independent movement. He said
he is) the of defeat has :
was an old salt, having followed a seaman'slife other State and in the decision of the presume prospect
The ball was set' in motion by a salute of from his boyhood days and becoming any question presented, by the light of criticism brought a change over the spirit of his Here we have an Independent element.

seventeen guns, fired at 6:15: o'clock by a tired of this kind of a life he determined to reflected upon the record of the two men, I dreams. There is in his whole speech a lack Independent of what, of whom ? Independent -
labor the balance of his of the old venom and malignant abuse whichhe of the Democratic party of the
committee of the Club, under the leadershipof the sea and to cast vote for Governor Cleveland -
propose my
3uit on a farm, and one day when near the believing that he will be elected used. to heap upon the people of this State and dependent, entirely, upon Radical-
J. 14: Horsey. district Ho does not call the Democrats ism. What position in connection with
: end of his voyage he told the captain of his President of the United States by that ele-
This'was followed by a grand torchlight determination. The captain' was reluctantat ment which elected him Governor of New cowards, traitors and other pet names, as this movement does Mr. Pope occupy ? I
which unqualified with such faithful man but he used to. He does not speak of being have read his speech as published in the
procession( proved an parting a York, because of the enemies which he had
told him he would in the elected if he had to wade through blood, Tampa Guardian ; no doubt revised by him-
nothing ,
W. Bailey Tucker acted, as on the made in that element .of the Democraticpartj'
success. of his future happiness. Arriving at port, which the virtue as he did four years ago. I think he realizesthe self, as it is a journal published in his in- ,''
former:occasion, as marshal. About thirty after bidding adieu to the captain and his the no more the represents material interests of, fact that the colored' people who are the terest. And what is conveyed in that
intelligence or
members of the Club were mounted and led fellow-sailors, Pat started for the country in the State of New, York-than does the great great majority of his supporters are aware of speech? It reminds me of the gentlemanwho
the fact that to get some of them killed and heard the three sermons in New York.
search of farm hand. He
the van, preceded by the Jacksonville Sih.erCornet a job as soon majority of the Republican party here
wade through their blood to Washington ,City when he was there
on one
reached farm and to the occasions .
a going boldly
of the
of the Club the virtue and intelligence
Band. The represent ] '
; to all he did for On he toachurclPaiul llteurdr
so speak, was about ever, Sunday went
house he.was met by the farmer. Pat told State of Florida. /. I. :
bore torchlights and Chinese lanterns, which, him he wanted a job. The farmer was delighted "' ,I them. i to a sermon from the text: And Peter'swife's -

the night; being dark, made a very effective as he had just discharged his plowman THE TARIFF QUESTION. As District Attorney he went beyond mother lay sick of a fever." In the
and told Pat he would him to : what duty required of him, and used the afternoon he went to another church, and.
Five distributed put
display. transparencies were Outside of the records of the two men is '
work at the he took Pat : I United States Court as an engine of oppres- had the pleasure of listening to a sermon
in the procession, bearing the following inscriptions to the field once where; leading the oxen way were still hitchedto the question of the tariff; and as the Demo- : sion, and in his persecutions (of which he by.. the same preacher, from the same text-,

: the plow. The farmer went a round or cratic convention has delegated me, I trust seems proud) he was as relentless as the And Peter's: wife's:: mother lay sick of a
show Pat how then to meet the next President in Washington, Duke of Alva in the low countries." fever." In the evening, being religiously

...................-..................................................* !two to the lines, saw him to start plow off all right gavehim it is proper that you whom I hope to repre- I Nothing but the advanced civilization of inclined, he sallied forth again and heard

Cleveland and Hcnrlcks. and returned to the house. He had scarcelygot sent should know what my opinions are the age prevented his making for that court the same preacher discourse from the same-
: ; Perry and Mabry. : there when here Pat fast he upon that subject. and himself a name which would rival in text : And Peter's wife's mother lay sick
i Hurrah for Charlie Dougherty! could and came as and all as out The National Convention has promulgated infamy that of the Spanish Inquestion.He of a fever." The next morning, as lIe was
Hoyt and Mahoney! run, puffing blowing
;.......... ..............................................................* of breath, and exclaiming: "Mishter a platform broad and liberal enough for has neglected one of the most impor- about to take the train for his home, hemet
any man, and upon that platform I take my tantimprovements proposed in this District at the depot the same parson whom he-
I" What'sthe Pat
Mishter! ?
_........................................................-.1! said the farmer. Well, sir,matter the starboardox stand because the tariff* plank is in conso- and what was accomplished in reference to had listened to so frequently the day before..
: : Jim's Workinpmen : ': is on the larboard side and the larboardox nance with what I believe to be the best it, we owe to the efforts of General Sanford, While awaiting the train, a bell commenced
:' Wm: II. Vanderbilt, Jay Gould, Cyrus W. i is the starboard side and they have policy of the government. I have read if that gentleman! is to be believed.He tolling. The preacher asked if he knew
on ,
: Field, Beast Butler. : carefully the platforms of both parties, however which his whole bell
: '* neglected a bill in why the was tolling. The layman re-
Welcome: ,Governor Bloxham J May your : played the divil generally And, fellow- and to that
candor compels me say interested when "I have
District was upon an occa- plied : no doubt Peter's:: wife'smother
: shadow never grow less! i citizens in the language of Pat the sailor,
...........................................................................*. we think the Republican party in its nomi- after all the noise that has been made about sion when he could have called up the bill is dead ; I heard three times yester-.
this "bugbear" called the tariff when in reference to the public building he let it day that she was lying very sick of a fever."

.............-..........................................................* nations has "played the divil ginerally, boiled down, when divested of all useles go by, and, if I am not misinformed, madeuse Mr. Pope repeated the same speech everywhere -
and while Mr. Pope will be on the larhoard
Duty the, Sublimest Word in the English i side and Mr.-Greely will be on the starboard phraseology, when 'you find out what the of his opportunity to call up a pensionbill he went. Judging from the interest
: Language.Do : tariff planks do mean, the difference between for some one in Indiana.He and enthusiasm he had witnessed in the-
; your whole Duty from now till Nov. 4th. c side. we expect to place Perry at the helmof them is just the. difference between tweedle and in from
has the Congress, Democratic cause one end of Floridato
i Florida expects every :Man to do his Duty. : the grand old Democratic Ship of State. apon stump
dum and tweedle deerso that at this time
c slandered, misrepresented and abused the the other, he did not apprehend the
: Duty (to the State is Success" to Democracy. : who will steer her to a glorious and triumphant '
., .............,,...........................................................*: victory. I now have the pleasure of the choice is nearer that of men than at any people whom he pretends to represent. He calamity of seeing him occupy the-
i other time in our history has shown himself a most bitter partisanand Gubernatorial chair, and predicted that
!'............ ...........................................................* introducing to you your nominee for Con- The Republican platform says, in sub- hater of everything Southern: and he General Perry would occupy that seat

Excessive.; Taxes the Ulcer on the Body gress. stance, that the tariff"ought to be reducedso has denounced the white people of this Dis- in January next. Just here, he advised his.
: Politic. : Upon being introduced to the audience, as not to have a surplus in the treasury trict in most unmeasured terms. And, it audience to be careful not to forget the long-
: :.State Taxes 12K :Mills in '74. : but not so much as to take away all seems to me, that for those and like services continued misrepresentation this district
:: Independent Pope Taxes and 4 Mills Increased in 84.Taxation. :: Mr. Dougherty was greeted with loud and protection from American labor. The De- he now asks that you elect him. has endured at the hands of the Republican

:. Democratic, : Perry and Decreased Taxation. 9 9F. continued cheering, and spoke substantiallyas mocratic platform says that "The necessary But the men of this District do not forget incumbent and to be certain to see that
.............. .......................................................... reduction in taxation can and must be effected quite so soon. He has said they were revengeful Charlie Dougherty was sent to the United,

.............,J,.................... follows : without depriving American labor of unforgiving and treacherous. I States Congress. He remarked that luck
...................................* the to successfully with for-
HON. CHARLES DOUGHERTY'S SPEECH. ability compete : deny that but they will not forget his per- was with Dougherty, from the fact that he-
:i Conservative The Legislature the Voice of the People. eign labor," etc., so that they really mean secutions and misrepresentations.PARTIES was a bachelor. Our last Democratic
Legislators Insure. Good Govi c cernment. i The action of the conventions of the two the same thing. It would not have been President was a bachelor, and the last

:: Be Careful to Whom You Give the Law- :: great parties of our country has brought just the thing to have had them exactly NORTH AND SOUTH. Democratic candidate elected to that office.
: Making Power. : before you for decision the question of what alike; so the language and mode of expres- There is another thing that I ask all our though not seated, |was also a bachelor.
: Pure Government Depends on Pure and i the policy of our Government shall be for sion is the real and only point of difference.The citizens not to forget, viz: the difference in Grover Cleveland-he who is to be crowned

+..................Intelligent..................Legislation...................................... at ventions least the which next have four been years.held Those are con-the make it Republican appear that the politicians Democratic endeavor party is to a for the at make-up the North of parties the element North'representing and South ; bachelor.with the laurel While of the victory speaker-her too.admitted'is a

The precession took the followingroute legislative bodies of the parties and all Free Trade party. The platform, the enunciation the virtue, the intelligence and material interests that he condemned the state of bachelorhood -

From the up legislation being a system of compromisefrom of their principles, does not say so, is more evenly divided than at the still it could not be denied that bach-.
: Club rooms on Second the great mass of this people, they for if they read any free trade in that plat- South. ellors are lucky.

street to Centre, tip Centre to Third, down have named certain men as exponents of form they find in the English language a Talk about politics here in the State of The Governor then- briefly compared the-

Third to'Ash,up Ash, to Fifth, up Fifth to their principles, and as candidates for the meaning different from any I ever gathered Florida : the mournful fact remains that for
Broomeyttovrn Broome lo Mansion. /House position of trust and honor within their from it. They say that/.we will do away sixteen years past it has been and now is a financial condition of the State under Re- ;

with the custom-houses, and that we will struggle between the virtue and intelligenceby publican rule, but as we soon expectto
where chcfcrs were given for Charley Dough- existence of parties in a governmentlike break down all the manufactures in the men representing the material interests, distribute a full report of his Jacksonville-

erty. Heir the visiting orators-including, our's is necessary to the proper ad- country, starve the laboring men, etc. and the ignorance and vice led by office-
besides! 'JI I1. Dougherty, John E. Hartridge, ministration of public affairs according to The theory of Free Trade may be very holders controlled by Federal patronage. I speech on the subject, we do not give placeto

Esq. the letter and spirit of the Constitution beautiful, but we can't have it in this am not speaking of individuals, but of the it here. .
of Jacksonville, William MacWilliams, and while one man may be the figure-head country for at least one hundred years; andas two parties as they are made up in this In alluding to the Disston sale;Go,<'Blox

Presidential Elector and' Colonel Gibbs, of in every department, at last public opinion, I do not expect to be a candidate for State; for what used to be called the Repub- ham said

Gadsden county-joined the procession, the 'consent of a majority of the people, is Congress so long I am not bothering about lican party here is to the great Republican :
which then the,-power which keeps in motion the what the tariff will be then ; I never have party of the North like a little black tail to I do not know that it is necessary here tt>
set in motion and marchedto
was ponderous machinery of our Government.Not lived in the past. Let that go. The presentis a great white kite. < speak of the Disston sale. You are a

the residence of Colonel F. B. Papy. Here being an alarmist, I do not believe that the time we have to deal with, and I am I do not say there are no Republicans of reading community. You know how earnestly -

another: halt: was made, and Governor Blox- the 'existence of this Government hangs willing to trust to the judgment of the virtue and intelligence, for there are a great Gov. Drew, a man of most excellent

ham joined the the upon the election or defeat of any man for American people for the future. However many. I do not say that all Democrats are practical judgment and business sense, tried
procession. Upon apPearance
the Presidency.. Our country is too great desirable it might be, it is impracticable" good men, for that is not true. I do not for four years to effect the sale of these-
of Governor Bloxham upon the for that. While the American people may now. Our country is so vast, our interestsare say that the Republican nominees are bad lands. He and others with the interests ofthe

veranda, the crowd again cheered tolerate abuses for a while, and have tolerated so diversified, so much must be done men. I do not say that the Democratic no- State at heart, failed in this, and it was

the present Executive of the State. them, they will, at the proper moment by the General Government, our debt is so minees are perfect men. I make no claimof only as the result of fortunate circumstancesthat
The take such measures as will compel the that for Democratic in we were enabled to sell these lands-
march then great we must raise hundreds of perfection government
was resumed down Thirdto
conduct of public affairs according to the millions of dollars by taxation of some this State. There never has been a perfect while I was your Executive. There is only

Centre and up Centre to the hall, whichwas precepts of honesty ; and they will also see kind ; if we do not have,an indirect tax we system of human government, and justice is one charge, so far as I know, which has not

reached about 8:10 o'clock. The routeof to it that this Government is administeredfor must have a direct tax, and, American never unerring as long as it is administered been satisfactorily met, and I propose to pat

the procession had to be slightly altered the benefit of those for whose protectionit people, I believe, are opposed to direct taxa- by the hand of man. But I do say this: a quietus upon that to-night. We have-
on was instituted. Therefore, we need no tion for the support,of the General Govern that bad as Democratis government may be, been accused of actually forming a combina-
account of an unavoidable delay in the savior of our country at this or any other ment in addition to., the ,direct taxation the administration of the Republican party tion and acting in collusion with Mr.Swannof
tart. Many houses were illuminated during time. We for Presi- your city, and the- payment to him of
are simply looking a which is necessary r.-the support 'of the has been immeasurably worse.
the dent and in that in accordance with said there is real difference hush-money, and all that. Gen. Barnes car-
Procession, notably those of A. O. spite, government of the States. While, as I have no
!JacDonell, Esq. and ex-State Senator W. the detales of public opinion, the only powerto During one hundred years' taxation, con- in the platforms of the two partiesin ried on that negotiation with Mr. Swann.
much time in travel-
>aylor which we bow the convention at Chicagoof sisting of duties upon imports, we have reference to the tariff, there is this differ- This gentleman spent
Thompson, on Seventh street. the people''' who call themselves Demo- prospered as a people never did before in ence in the PRINCIPLES of the two parties. It ing and working In the interests of the-

Again, as on the previous occasion, the cratic, appealing to the prejudice of no'man, the same period of time, and I favor still cannot be'denied that the legislation of the transaction, both in this country and in Eu-

]1aU was packed to its utmost capacity and but to the reason of all men, by the nomi- some such system of taxation, and will Republican party, while professing to pro- rope. Mr. Swann was desirous of securing:
what I consider for

Upon the nation of Governor Cleveland placed never' favor a direct tax for the support of tect the laboring man, has fostered monop- proper compensation
s- entrance of the distinguishedpeakers squarely before the American people the the General Government.I I olies and protected monopolists. The Dem- his labors. I am-in receipt of a letter from*

astic they were greeted with enthusI- question whether or not the policy of the believe that the great burden of duty : ocratic party promises upon the eve of its him on this subject which will effectually

cheers from. the audience. Republican party-which has been a policy should be levied upon articles of luxury ; return to power, to protect by tariff taxation (Continued on Fourth Page.)




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I WANTED-A LITTLE GIRL. long time, I felt a great: affection for I aloud, when Catherine: t : ; suddenly booksand,, I'had.left the doors:o ?en. I on the skull it would nuke a deadly
desk-and He took of l light handcuffs hole'in it.Before. -
I sprang forward from the : ran a pair ,
1? Where have thay gone to-the little girls, her.She had a singular habit of' actingas away. from his pocket, and laid them on the I. could raise my hand he
; ., With I! manners and natural curls? table beside him. and'looking at me with
j t. usher: to every one who came, meet- "What! are the0German gutturalstoo arose one of
Who their dollies and like their
Jove '
+ And talk of something besides the boys toys? ing him halfway down stairs and conducting much for you, Kitty?" I said, with- I intend; to, .'embellish, you with his devilish, smiles, said :
i .4t,4 rt him into the office with a.business out looking up. these little. ornaments immediately, You seem to be uneasy, my frisky
J.iUleoM: womenin, plenty. find air, having done which, she I appended the ,signature ,of the but as you seem to be a rumsort of a gent. If you get nervous I shall haveto
14, r. tl Little Mature old-flirts of manners who and talk old of of mind"beaux"; would resume her position on the railing firm with a little flourish and was fellow, ,I'll.let. you off till I get clasp the darbies on you, but I
And viet witli each other in stylish clothes. 'and.wait for the next c ; The' unusual prominence' of her became aware of something glisteningnear them on and submit to be tied to the my markmanship. Let me knock
Little old belles, who, at nine and ten, superciliary ridge gave her a very i my cheek. I' turned my eyes knob of your safe-door. Having arranged that pen from behind your ear."
+ Are sick of pleasure and tired of men,'
:$: Weary of travel, of balls, of fun- anxious look. She seemed to have the and 'saw that it was a shining barrelof this matter, I'll exchange, hats He was about twelve feet from me.
nt.'. 1 And find no new' thing under the sun. whole burden of the business on her, a Colt's 'revolver in rather with you and don your large cloak, Before I could make a movement there
mind, and at times, when things did unpleasant proximity to my head. which will effectually conceal the was the sharp crack of the pistol, and
4 Once, in the beautiful long ago. she followed the barrel observed which I shall off in went the the floor.I .
Some dear: little children I used to know; not appear to be going on right, My eyes plunder carry away pen on
+ 11 Girls who were merry as lambs at play, would look earnestly down the stair- a nervous, shapely hand'''grasp-' this large'satchel. I shall then wish confess I felt nervous at the near-
,, And laughed and rollicked the livelong day. way, then skurry,off to the upper regions ing' the handle, with a finger on the you pleasant 'dreams, put out the ness of the shot.

,. They thought not at all of the "5t'le" of which having investigated, she trigger. light, step out and lock the door care- Did it tickle you?" said he.
F their clothes, would hasten back to her station to How much and what infinity of detail fully behind me, to keep out thieves, How neatly I clipped off a chap'snose
,. They never imagined that boys were welcome customers.In the mind will note in a short moment ,you know." once in :Melbourne The bloke
*' Other*''beaux"girl's brothers" and mates" were these anxious moments of hers, of grief or of peril! I noticed And he smiled so devilishly at his was a beauty after that."
4, they Iy ; I felt myself called upon to assure her that the revolver was one of those own grim humor, that I could hardly And he chuckled at the remem-
Splendid fellows to help them play. that, though appearances indicated little six-shooters: carrying a ball not restrain myself from springing upon brance.

i 2.. where have they gone to? If you see difficulty, yet everything was goingon larger than a pea,but making a hole him.It My case began to look desperate. I
'i .,,t. One of them, anywhere, send her to me. right and matters were being prop- large enough to let the life out. r was'a desperate situation. The could hear the wind blowing and the
I would give a medal of purest gold erly attended to. I dwell on the at- saw that it was nickel plated and hadan office was at the rear end of the room, sleet rattling outside. There was no
.y 'i J :" To With one ui of) innocent those dear heart little and girls an of open old,smile, tributes of this feline friend of mine, ivory handle,.and:that each cham, inclosed by"a low railing, inside of chance of the slight sound of the pistol
; Vho.kllon's not the meaning of "Girt" or because she plays a'part'in this little contained: cartridge. which stood the safe. The stairway being heard. There were but few
"style." history, and I still cherish her with From the pistol, my: eyes turned to leading to the street was at the frontof persons for blocks around, and there
'':, "". ;; : -Ella Wheder. affection. I went back to the desk, the hand. I noted the shape of the the apartment, so that, even if the were two or three policemen, and the
" ,''.,f',' \tf, -AN ADVENTURE. arranged the drop-light with the por- finger nails, a scratch, on the wrist, door had been unlocked, stood no janitor of some of the large buildings,
:'t.4i'i' ';. i celain shade, and stirred up the Mor and the absence of the end of the little chance of getting to it by a sudden but who were fast asleep by this time
I am of the firm of'Merr: field, Bon- ning-glory stove till the coal glowed finger-I even queried how it hap rush.The away up in the top stories.I .
f\1 'tl:' nifant & Co., wholesale dealers and brightly through the mica lights. The pened. All this occurred in an in- policeman would not happen in, saw very plainly that this man
;; '. .' importers: of drugs, essential l oils, etc., ivory ,hands of my Schwartzwalderclock stant. for I had told him I should be there. could kill me if he choose, and knew
:>ka : "( down 10 The Lane, as :Maiden Lane, i' indicated the hour of seven. My soldier experience had taught :My only chance was to wait and catch he would not scruple to do so if I
::1: {!! New York, is familiarly called by the The iron window-shutters were also me the value of coolness, on occasionsof this man off his guard, and then hurl should interfere with his plans. I
))1 f( :' down-town merchants. closed. Within all was snug and danger, and I had not forgotten it. myself on him. So, assuming a care- could only sit still and see the work of
:t/"t.!. About four years ago a little adventure comfortable, while without was a cold, I slowly looked ''up at the party who less tone, I said : spoliation go on. I remembered that
'.:t I; ;,,' befell me which I shall endeavor miserable drizzle. presented this belligerent attitude and And, with you permission, I'll every nerve was strung as tensely as
:, : to relate as nearly as possible as ittAL'I' The side streets down-town are exceedingly saw a decently dressed man of me- resume my writing." fiddle-strings, and every sense on the
,1 : : happened. lonely after_ dark. _They dium height, and about my own age- "Certainly, by all means," he alert. I noticed a hundred things .:!i, : t, ., Iliad been through the war-five have almost the solitude' of a forest! thirty-two years. He was not one of i answered. ''' '\Ve-have plenty of time that I never saw before. A picture
I ;}.! ; a' ::? years,' service-went an a private and The warehouses ,are all closed, and your burly ruffians, but'a I keen, ,. before, us, and I shall have ,.some' on the wall was one-sided, the stovepipe -
.. : .I came out a major. It took a year or the streets deserted, except by the police wiry, dare-devil of: fa man, with the suggestions to make regarding your was crooked, and my eye, running
"f: i, !:,t; 1 J two to shake off army habits and settle and often. you may go several nerve for any deed. correspondence as we proceed." along the shelves, and the overhangingcornice
: t1; :'l) J'i. down to work. At last .I went back squares without meeting one of them. He looked me squarely in the eye, He walked to the safe and began observed that a.heavy stone
';;;.. ..r.4.\ ; to myoId business and. entered the When I came from supper, I met and I saw with what manner of man I taking out the contents, but never fora jar extract of henbane was so carelesslr
-l;; ': service of Merr field & Bonnifant. Finnegan, the policeman, at the door, had to deal. moment turning his back towardme. placed that a slight touch would]!!
j i I :. It was a young house, but working trying the fastening, to see that all "My friend," I said, if you intendto I did not write, but kept my throw off. I saw that many articles
'.::1! 4k into a' fine trade, and the addition of was secure, as was his custom everynight present me with that handsome eyes fixed intently on his every were in the wrong places, and I
\". ,' : .J. my tact: and ,energy soon made a considerable and I mentioned to him that little instrument, I would much prefer motion. determined to take the clerks to task
::; ; : : increase in the business.: I he need not be alarmed at seeing a you would offer it to me by the other He looked into the cashdrawerand for it to-morrow. Catherine, too,

',,' .'u, managed a good many fine operationsand light shining through the crevices of end." turned over some checks, whichhe claimed my attention ; she had taken
I : ; secured several advantageous connections the shutters, as I intended to stay "Well, you are a cool customer," he considered useless to him, but the refuge on the cornice, and was moving
t J. both here and abroad, so that quite late that night.I remarked. bank-notes, to the amount of about about among the bottles and jars, her
': t:1 sit the end of a couple of years I had my work laid out, invoices, "Cool as a cucumber!I" I said."What four hundred dollars, he quietly eyes gleaming in the semiobscurity.
.: "'. walked into a partnership, and became letters, etc., resting under a hide do you propose to do." placed in his pocket. A friend of the firm in Trieste had
:,{,: the Co. ,ous IIindoo god of bronze, about Blow your brains out if you move.': "Small favors thankfully received !" sent us a box of maraschino, and a
'r; : I had an incentive to hard work, five incheS"high. This god had beenin "Then I had better sit still. What he said, sententiously.The bottle of it stood on a counter. My
'" ji the greatest, perhaps, a man can have, my family for generations, and was next?" canvas bag of coin did not long visitor picked it up, exclaiming :
.' ,;,\ and that was the desire to marry. I. originally stolen:from an Indian temple "I shall proceed ,to relieve your escape his searching eye: and was soon Ah maraschino Pretty good ;
t"> had long been engaged' to a most at the risk of his life, by an impious firm of whatever money and valuable in his hands. He untied the string but there's.no body:.tojt -as_the- toper
., 4:: ; charming woman, but I would not sea-captain. I think it was Vishnu. merchandise you may have at hand.I and looked in. said of water."
i4; I. ;.' marry till I was able to comfortably It had an elephant's head, four arms, was in this line once and I think I "This is most excellent swag ; I He poured some into two wineglasses -
'" \ : maintain a wife and family. and sat cross-legged on a low pedestal. know what to select.'' seem to be in luck to-night." that were near, and placed one
::' ,.'.!"r. : So I worked with a vim, and found One of its hands made the mys- All this time he kept his cold gray He stooped to unlock his satchel. I before me, saying :
.r.C+. ,"' :,.,.',:!7- ,. at the end of a year, when we took tic sign of the Youi, dwelt upon with eye fixed on me and the revolver at thought my chance had come, and I "Drink ; you'll need some refresh-
: :, 'I ; ;It' account of stock, that my interest in such ingenuity by Inman in his recent my head. I was unarmed, and I was stealthily arose, to find the revolver ment to sustain you till morning.
::',.ii ''" the profits, with the prospect of an increase work on religious symbols.I sure he knew it. Though he was a pointing at me. Here's success to trade !I"
,. I It II every year, would warrant us drew my chair up to the desk, somewhat heavier man than I was, I Don't trouble yourself," he said, I coolly took up the glass, and sip-
t i' ;; L'I: ':, : 5n setting the wedding-day. and indulged for a few moments in should not have hesitated to try a mockingly. I can manage it with- ping the cordial, said :
t; !: .. .'I +' We, fixed.on the latter part of May, delicious thoughts of the coming May, hand-to-hand struggle with him; butI out your assistance." :May you break your neck before
t t 3 ,fl i j::,: and as the interests of the business demanded and the happy summer to'follow, and could not wrestle with a bullet.I I sat down. He put the gold ,into morning !I""Don't
.. ": /! ', a visit of one of the partners then set to work. I wrote to our Lon- saw that my only course was to the satchel, and proceeded with his flatter yourself," be an-
.\ / ,,:'iri 'to Europe, we determined to spend don correspondent regarding our last remain calm, and watch for my chance.I investigation of the safe.I swered.
i : .t :' :i ;' .the honeymoon abroad shipment of oil of peppermint and had been in many a tight corner hoped he would overlook the A man that's born to be hanged
". r : :}r"; It was early in January; the cloudy wintergreen, and gave him instruc- during the war, but_ always managedby envelope containing the seven thousand will never be drowned."
:k I,:I "/ :\'4i.i(." ; -winter day was closing, and night :'. tions concerning a large consignmentof address to get"put safely. five hundred dollars, and watchedhim'in A wicked.look came into his face as
: :",.': ::1"i.'," ; r shutting down with a dreary drizzle, beeswax going by to-morrow's This is a Put-uJ'ob," he continued."I an agony of suspense.He I said this, and I thought perhaps I
1 .1 .aM: ,,>. r;.:t.,,,' with every prospect of a long, disagreeable steamer I exercised my best Italianin have watched:y u.for, a long time, proceeded with all the delibera- had better have left it unuttered.
k I;': ,)2'",: : .. storm. a letter to Marangolo & Son, Mes- and know your A t ,,' I r ra :Merryfield had left early in the afternoon sini, ordering oil of lemon and bergamot shod with felt, which accounts for my and carefully examined every gated your money matters, I will turn
a''',>w for his home in Yonkers, and with directions about packagesand noiseless approach. How I got hereis paper and package, till at last he my attention to your more portable
1 + ; s at six B. hastened up-town, for he shipping, etc. Then I turned my my business. Your street door is found,the money.Untying merchandise."
a ;" :.;; ri ; knew his little wife would be dreadful attention to French, and wrote to safely locked and the key is in my the tape that bound the Our most precious articles were
d a+, f! .1f '. anxious if he was half an hour later Paris, Lyons and Marseilles, on various pocket. The bobby'' has just passedon thick paper envelope, he looked over kept in the safe, and those he/pro-
{ t,,.' I I :than usual. business matters. I dropped a his beat, and will not disturb our the contents. The investigation was ceeded to overhaul.
|11, being a bachelor, had nothing to line to a new house in Singapore, inquiring little party. I am a dead shot, and if evidently satisfactory, for lie tied up !I" he exclaimed, as he
i 1 Hbter me from prowling at night, for for ,the best quotations of oil you interfere with my operations your the package carefully again and placedit took out a package worth, 'more than
y:; ; 110. two or three nights a week, at the of lemon-grass, and then stopped to friends will have to picK mashed lead in the breast pocket of his coat, its weight in gold. He dropped it
office, and attending to various matters stroke Catherine, who sat at my elbow out of you, and you will not be the coolly remarking : into his bag-fully a thousand dollars'
9 4 i c'' "' I of business to which the occupations with her paws tucked nicely under first fine fellow that Ihave made turn "Money received on deposit ; inter- worth. While you 'are writing, you
} i ,, of the day did not give me the her soft fur. With her, the business up his toes.I est paid on balance." had better drop a line to your correspondent -
># -V i .,chance to do ample justice. : cares and worries of the day were looked at him and felt sure he The sight of this airy villain, robbing at Darmstadt, asking him to
f.'. :5. Our office was on the first story, over, and she felt that now she could would do all he said he would, and us of such sums of money, made hurry up another lot, as there had
t, which was also used as a wareroom, as conscientiously abandon herself to ease not let a little matter murder standin my blood fairly boil. The loss would been quite a brisk demand lately."
1'' ; ; well as the three stories above. The and enjoyment, and so sat beside. me, his way. cause 'us great inconvenience, if not Curse your impudence !" I exclaimed -
; t1 .: ; ,stairway led directly from the first winking incessantly and purring with I was calm, but I kept up a terrible serious embarassment.My .
t{ '1 floor to the street, and had no connec- her utmost vigor.I thinking, for the :situation was any- : visions of the happy summer Don't you hurt my feelings Attarof
j !vr ,*. ; :t, tion whatever with the'room below. continued my writing, for a long thing but pleasant.Through faded, for my marriage would have to roses" he continued, taking out a
J This night I had an unusual amount time when the gayly-attired trum- several fortuitous circum- be postponed indefinitely.I flask ; and pure Turkish, no doubt,
'' of writing to do. As I was familiar peter dwelling in Schwartzwald flung stances, we happened to have a largesum said to myself: :My fine fellow, as a respectable house like yours would
h I| with French, German and Italian, all open his carved door with military of money in the safe that'night. if once 'I had my fingers at your throat keep no other. Sweets to the sweet !1"
{ the foreign correspondence upon me, !and as the morrow was bugle call: eleven times, and then,with erable amount that was paid in after I thought over every,possible means amounting in value to fully another
x, steamer day, I determined to spend the air of one having performed his bank hours. Then we had sent our to circumvent him, but found nothing thousand dollars.
j ;4' s 4 several, hours at' the office. duty, stepped in and closed his door clerk to the bank just before it closedto available. He would not for a secondbe "'Ah, now we come to somethingnice.
k. p r The boys, porters, and clerks all 'with a sudden click. get five thousand dollars in gold to off his guard, but watched me like Ylang Ylang !I"
; departed at six o'clock and left me in '.Eleven o'clock!1" I exclaimed. pay duties with, but when he reachedthe a.lynx, and at everv.motion of mine, I This is an oil that is distilled froman
M 1: ? sole possession of the premises. I "My worthy black forester, I thank Custom-House he found that by saw the ever-ready revolver pointedat East Indian orchid of delicate per-
;. *r locked the door, and with the key in you for the hint: It is nearly time, togo some mistake the papers were not me. fume.It .
pocket went around to Farrish's, in home." ready, and so we had to keep the coin I looked at old'Vishnu and wished was very valuable, and he showedhis
John' street, and had some nice mut- I had a letter to write to Scheving's in our safe over,, night. l he would turn to' ,Siva the Destroyer, appreciation of it by leaving none.
ton-chops with fried potatoes, and a Chemical Works, at Berlin, requestingthem And, as.if 'the very old Harry was and become incarnate for a moment After extracting everything desir-
nth b bottle of Bass's Pale. Thus fortified, to hurry forward our order for in it, at about half-past four o'clock and practice on my merry gentleman able from the safe, he turned his at-
I returned to my labor. I fastened hydrate of chloral and carbolic acid, 'one of our customers from the West yonder. tention to the shelves and walked
.. the door carefully, and as I mountedthe and asking them to duplicate the came in with seven thousand five Once when he bent over to take .outside the office-railing, but never
step, ,Catherine, or Kitty, ,order, as !we had been transacting hundred,dollars, and asked us to take something out,of the safe, I thoughtthe failing in his watch over'me.'
(as I called her for short, came .largely in both articles lately, and charge of,it for him till morning. The wished-for opportunity had arrived.I Here Catharine, who' was on the
t ,down,, two or three steps. to meet me, should not be able to satisfy the,'demands devil could not have chosen a ,worse swiftly secured the god, determinedto cornice above, ,evidently not liking
,, purling a hearty welcome. She was of our customers" unless we time for us to make his visit. I had suddenly hurl it at the robber's his appearance, uttered a feline sibila-
;;I; one ,'of those cats we see everywhere, received,some shortly.I occasion frequently during the evening head. I knew that if one of the sharp tion, and arched'her back.
2I; ; arid. as she had,' been with us for a read a sentence of this letter .to go to the safe to refer to the elbows of the deity''should strike.him He looked up at her fiercely,and said:
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don't like i me Nor I I Henry x Keyser, Sable x Keyzer, P. W. O. Finley; Benjamin Fuller ;I '
You you I I l x Butler x Francis Application for License.To << Nilson, William Wilson, George E WolfeW
I'll attend to your case, madame, Kueriier. Joseph x King, Samuel x King; Butler x Francis, Jr, Robert Fitzgerald,' :liani F \\YI, Jr.. Benjamin ".right.
Klotz, James L. Long Thomas .
x + George x Fogartyi;John Felder. }Ferriera
when I get "through. I'll roast you Lang, Washington x Little, Samuel x Liz- John Freeman Paul Funk*', J W Flynn, the Board of County Coinmlssliiners of Xassuu Young Charles, I'i"x Wright Ynl1n, Stephen. July Wright x Yodm, Adam%: Obeid x

on the coals 1 ziiuure, Ephraim x Latham, James x Law- F C Ferriera, David x Freeman, Lemon x County, State of Florida : Young, Willis x Walters. 0

I shook .with indignation at the son, James x Love. Joseph: x Longwood Foster, E 0 Friend, Israel x Grant, Frederick RESPECTFULLY ask to be granted a
: inoffensive Jasper W Latham Henry x LeCount, x Gibson, htephEii"x Green, Charles x i I license for the sale of Ales. Wines and

threat to torture an Samuel x Lee, Samuel x Love John S Lee,, Grant, Adam xi<&bbs:; Benjaiuin x Germain. Liquors in the City of Fernandina, and enclose We. the undersigned, hereby t'rtifthat
F C Latham Louis Lange G. A.Latham, Albert .QW er, John ,Gardner > "
animal. herewith,the signatures of1 a majorityof ths persons whose names appear in the foregoing -
I had made up my mind that this James' Lang, Jr., J. Fred Ixihman, Joseph x GiblJs,/: Henry Gage, William I the It' ullrt'glstcrt.'tl: 'voters of this precinct petition signet the same or attached

should not leave the house Jonas x McCall J. H. Mooney, E Gray, Jefferson x Harris, Joseph as required bla\\'. their marks thereto in our presence, and .
villain L Martin Edward "
George Mordecai
Hart "
Hunter, Henry x Thomas x Holsen- J. FRED LOHMAN. that neither fraud
bribery) deception was
with so much money and valuables Daniel x Mitchall. Conner x McQueen, Jordan dorf, William H Hannahan, Shade x Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 18, ISH-!. I used in! procuring said signatures or marks.
without a fight with me. The chances x Morris Glasgow x Middleton, Stephen Hayes, Moses x Hunter, Frank x ,
x Morris, John McDermott, C. W. Hughes, Green x Henderson, Henry x Hol- W. :MASON.
would be against me, and most likely Morgan, !t. A McBean, James Mooney, O. dorf, Jr, Henry x Iarker, Willis Hall, Hy We, the undersigned, voters Election JOHN GARDNER.L. .

I phould be killed ; but I should do B. Murray D. W. McClellan, W. B. McClel- x Hooper, Matthew Hawkins, Thoimis x Precinct No. 1, in Nassau county, State of LOHMAN,

and take the risk. :My len J. W. Mooney, J. P. Mitchell, Isaac xMcCall. Baden James Hazeltine, Jake x Harris, Florida, respectfully request that the above P. W. KING,
my Peter Miller, S. A. Mode, Stephenx George x Hill, :Allen -x Harker, R W C petition be granted.: C. BAKER. ,
assumed submission was to throw himoff' A. W. LOHMAN. J .,_
McCann, Edward x McRae, Samuel x Hummings Thomas A ,Hardy, Thomas x
his guard, if possible. I shouldnot Major. Elias x McFarland. David x Moody, ,Hubbard, Moses x Hooper, C H Huot; rick Cupid x, x Alberti Armstrong, Dempsey, John x x Alberti Alexander, )ter- GEO. WOLFF. :;

fear a hand-to-hand,: struggle, but Isaiah x Morrison, Seck x Mitchell Allen x John x Harget, Henry x Hurley, Frank Squire :x Allen, George x Anderson Mingo .
Mitchell. Charles G.l\Iann. July x Mitchell x Jlolsendorf, Alfred x Hampton, Henry STATE OF FLORIDA
aim would not x Anderson, Jamps Annette Moses Arm- ,
deadly ; perhaps ,
that Robert x Miller, A. R. Manucy, James x. ,Thomas Heidt, Robert Hanley, Joseph Higgins strong, Amos x Atkinson, Richard Austin COUNTY OF NASSAU. J}
Rive me the chance. McDuffy, James Me Waters, George x Norman Marshall: x Irons, Edward x Johnson: George x James On this day personally appeared before
Avery, x Avery
r. His vigilance never relaxed for an Richard x Nelson, Joseph 11. Newton, I. Stepney x Johnson Sol x Jackson, Paris x Baird. Caesar x Baker. Charles,x Baker x me F. J. Lohman to me well known who

il1tant.rrhe chances were one' hundredto O. S. Oakes, Samuel x Pinkney, Louis x Johnson, Louis x Joseph: Rufus Johnson, Frederick x Baker, Henry x Baker, Jack,x, being duly sworn, deposeth and says thateach
Paplio, Isaac x Pino, Rodwell x Palmer. Allen x Johnson, Jake x Jenkins, Marshallx Baker x'Baker Roderick and every name or mark affixed to the-
against me for in the twentyfeet George x Perry, Emanuel x Pappina Peterx Jenkins. ,Johnson
one Edgar.x Henry Johnson Henry Barker, Daniel R Baxter, Henry above petition was the act and deed of the
that lay between us was almost Peterson, W. II. Pope, Henry Peterson Edward XfJohnson, Robert x Junes, Bell, James Bell Wm B Bell, T B Bellows: party purporting to have signed the same,.

certain death. I shrank from the Richard Roberts, Ambrose x Robinson, i 'Simon x Johnson,.Daniel x: Johnson, Johnx Bristo x Benjamin, John x Benjamin, and that said signatures were signed in the- ,
Cam x Robinson, Bristo x Roberts, Tune)' Jackson 'Louis', oc'Jenkins, Alonzo x Charles II Berg W E Berry Abner presence of at least two credible witnesses: ,.
encounter. I would wait:; till he at- x ,Riley J. C. Rutishauser, J. Rikart Jones, Scippio Johnson, John x Jones, It Blake, Joseph x Blake :Thomas x Blake. and that there was no fraud, bribery or deception -

temjjted to handcuff me, which would Nelson Rountree, Amos x Robinson, Jackson, Lemon Jones, Edward Johnson, Thos E Bliss, Peter x Blue, William x i in procuring' said signatures or.

le soon. I tenderly thought of the son, Richard x Redmond. George x Riley, David Joseph, Charles Jones, Harry x Blue, William x Blue, Jr April x Bonapart, marks of said persons: whose names appear'siglled
Edward Rodgers, Albert Reynolds Eddie Joseph, Peter Johnson, Douglas x King, Peter Bonaud, Joseph x Bowls, H C Bradford to the above petition.
anguish of one dear woman when she Reynolds, B. F. Rich, Louis: x Spaulding, Daniel! x King. John x King, Platt x King, :Newton x Bradley, A J Braswell, }<'. J. LOHMAN.

would know of my bloody death. George x Sopson, Henry x Scott Henry \V.x William x Knabb, Sable x Keyser, F R Alexander Brinson V It Bristol, Prince x Subscribed and sworn to before me, thi]

The red-hand] robber locked his Smith. George W. Spencer, W. Kruse, Julius Klotz William x King, P W Brooks, Andrew x Brown, John II 18th day of September 1S84.
1). Streety, R. x, Smith' May x I King, Joseph: x King, William x Lizzimore, x Brown, Samuel x Brown George CHAS. H. BERG.
satchel with a click, and turned his Small, Sandy bye, John W. x Smith. Sr.. : James Love, Myers x Lizzimore! James: x Bryant, Jetty 'x Burrows C S, Busbee Notary Public. '

baleful eyes full upon me. I knew W. H. Snead Arthur Steil, C. H. Saunders, i Lang, Levi x Leggins, Talbot Little, James R W x Caldwell, Samuel x Connell, JohnS ,
Doc x Scott, Jacob x Stokes, II. M. Smith, x Lawson, Alfred Lucas, Owen x Love, '
John ,
that the crisis was fast approaching. I Clark Clauser: Geo II x Clay,
James x Stewart, G. Stark H. 0. x Smith, Samuel x Lizzimore, Joseph x Longwood, J Henry x Clay, Alfred x Collins, Warren R. .-C-S-FJ:1'W:
braced every nerve for the, fatal en- William Sharp, Abraham x Tremmins, S Lee, Ephraim Latham, J W Latham, G A Commodore Joseph x Cook. Charles x r

counter. As the terrible moment Jesse 'rynes'illiam x Taylor, Roman xTraeye I Latham, P B Lewis Lawrence Lang, J B Cooper, Lewis Cooper, Summersault x MANUFACTURER OF
,"Lyrnus x Thomas, Lehman x Thom- Lee, Samuel Love, James L Long, Tom William
fierce Cooper Freeman
neared a possessed me-an x Cooper, Cope-
rage linso'n, Benjamin x Talbot, Jeremiah Lang, Louis Lang, J P Lohman, F C land Lee
Ephraim x Colman x Cothran
uncontrollable fury that seemed to 'x Thomas, William x Thomas, Abraham Latham, Joseph Ligeour, Isaac x Lewis, J W F Courter, William x Cox, John x Crandall Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND

lift me from the ground.He x Thomas, H. M. x Tyson, Reuben x 1+' x Mitchell, Jonas x McCall, Isaac x Mc Romain x Cribb, James x Culpepper,

divined intention and witha Thomas, William x Thomas, John L. Taylor Call, C W x Williams, Obed x McDonald, Robert x Cunningham, Lewis x Deas, DEALER IN
Sam x Vickery, Simon x Valentine Peter x Miller Steve McCann, Peter x George DeMotte Romeo
x ; x Denegal
devilish sneer slowly raised his re John 'x Wells Benjamin Wright, Curtis McCull, Henry x Martin, Daniel x Mitchell, Cornelius
Donovan George x Dorsey, Jr.,
volver. I was face to face with death. W. Williams Charles Williams.. Danielx Robert x Miller, Jake x Miller, James x Gilbert' x Dorsey. John Douglas, Mathew PARL R FrI E Inu K Knl UT VE

His aim was unerring I felt that'no; Williams. Louis x AVatson, Willis x Morris. July x :Mitchell, Gustave Minkley, Downey, James x ;Drumming, John A' {
Waters Laurance x Wilson, Muck x Wil- John E Madden :Aaron x McCall,.Edward
Ellerman, Van x Ellison, G II Elvin Frank'
effort of mine could save me. liams, Charles Wright, Thomas x Wilkerson x McRae, Seek x Mitchell, James Mooney, x Emmerson Julius x Evans, John x

But at that dread moment aid cameto Hogarth Williams, Dudley x Williams Joseph: Mode, S A Mode, C W Morgan, Felder, Frank C Ferreira Manning Ferreira,

me yet not from human hands. Henry x Wells, George Wilson.. George L Martin, Charles Muller, J H Freeman x Ferreil, John x Finley, Thomas
Sandy x Williams, Jr, Sam xVight., Mooney, P W Marshall, Charles G Mann, Fitzpatrick, Michael Fitzpatrick Robertx
Blind chance hurried to my rescue. Thomas L. Wilson, John Washington, William Martin, Conner McQuinn, A R Fitzgerald, Henry x Fletcher Boston x t

A singular thing happened. As this Charles Westberg B. F. Waas. Julius x Manucy, James Mackey, Rinaldo McDonald Floyd, Prince x Floyd, J W Flinn, Butlerx

bloody murderer raised his unfalteringarm Williams, Primus x Wells, Alfred H. Waas, 1.'rankJcDonald, Samuel x Major, Francis, Francis Frank, Henry x Franklin '
hisXeraesis. A. G. Wilson, Alonzo Warren, George E. Burrill McNeil, John McDermott, Steve x David x Freeman, John x Freeman
swiftly and terribly came Wolff, John L. Whaley, Charles x Williams, :\lorrisO, B Murray, D W McClellan, David E 0 Friend, Lyman x Foster, Benjaminx

"'abby'Vushington. Obed x Young Levi Moody, It A McBean, Allen Mitchell, Fuller. Paul Funke, Henry Gage, John

He was directly beneath the heavy Young, Adam x Young, Joseph Li our. George x Norman, Richard x Nelson, Gardner, Benjaiuine x Germain, Adam
Joseph Mode, Dan x Johnson, Frank x Joseph: H Newton, Samuel x Owen, J T Gibbs Gibbs Fred Gibson
sud- Joseph x x ,
the cornice cat
stone jar on ; Emerson Henry Gage H. C. Johnson, Danx O'Neil, Isaac x Pino, Emanuel x Peppina, Albert Glaiber, John x Glizer, W J Godfrey, 7

denly brushed against it, and down it Smith, George Bell. Samuel x Pinkney, Peter 'x Peterson, An- Israel :x Grant Stepney x Green Willis x

came on his head with a heavy thud. drew x Perry, David Proctor Joseph x Hall, Alfred x Hampton, Robert Hanley,

As he fell, quickly as ligntning I We, the undersigned, hereby certify, that Proctor, Michael Fitzpatrick, Henry Peter- Wm J Hanley, W H Hannehan, John
Walter Roberts
the whose names appear iii the fore- son, George x Perry, Harget, Allen x Harker, Henry x Harker,
sprang for him, but he did not move. persons Toney x Riley, Pablo x Rogers: Edward x Jacob Harris Jeffersonx
going petition signed the same or attached Henry x Harley, x ,
A ghastly hole was in his skull, and a their marks thereto in our presence and Rogers, Bristo x Roberts,Ambrose x Robinson Harris Shades x Hayes Mathew Hawkins, Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.

red stream on the floor. I tore open that neither fraud, bribery or deception was Richard x Robinson, Louis x Robinson Thomas x Headen, Thomas A Heidt,
in said marks. Eddie x Reynolds::, J Rikart, George George x Henderson, Jack x Hibbard,
used signatures or
his shirt and put my hand on his procuring GUSTAV MINKLEY Robinson, Jos W Robinson: J C Rutishau- Joseph King, George x Hill, Henry Hobein, COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL iUDS,

heart; there was no pulsation there. FREDERIC KRUSE, serAlbert Reynolds, II F Rich,Jno x Smith, Henry x Holzendorf, Thomas x Holzen

He was dead.Application. JULIUS KLOTZ Louis x Spalding, Jerry x smith; Samuel x dorf, Henry Hooper, Thomas x Hubbard, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,
THOMAS WILKERSON, Savage, Henry x Scott, Doc x Scott, James Joseph: x Hunter Cleophas H Huot, Jamesx

P. W. KING, Stewart, Henry 'x Samuel, Isaac x Shark- Hutcherson, Marshall x Irons, Henry
for License. ROBERT BROWN. ley, May x Small, Thomas x Simms, H M Jackson, John Jackson, R Jackson, Solo- WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.

9 x Smith, I Stephen:: x Stewart, Henry x Simp- mon x Jackson, Louis x Jenkins, Marshall
kins, George x Sopsion, Arthur Steil, W P
Jenkins, Allen x Johnson, Daniel x John-
To the Board Commissioners Nassau
County of STATE FLORIDA ) V Scott, C H Sanders, G Stark, Jacob x son, Edgar x Johnson, H C Johnson,Henry DRIVEN WELLS A SPEC'IAITITTIN

County, State of Florida.RESPECTFULLY COUNTY OF NASSAU., Stokes, George W Spencer,*Henry W Smith, x Johnson, Hardy Johnson, Jake x John-

ask to be granted a OF jOn Henry W I Sneed:: Benjamin Thomas, Co- :son, Parish x Johnson, Rufus Johnson,
I license for the sale of Ales, Wines and this day personally appeared beforeme lumbus x Thomas, Abram x Trimmins, Simon x Johnson: ,Stepney Johnson, Alonzox AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.

Liquors in the City of Ferandina, and enclose Albert Glaiber, to me well known, who Richard x Thomas, Jesse x Tynes, Benjamin Jones Charles x Jones, Harry x Jones, for Tin Gutters promptly filled-
herewith the signatures of a majority being duly sworn, deposeth and says that x Talbot, Sherman Turner, H M Tyson Robert x Jones, William x Jones, W J x Wind Mills for pumping water or running

.Ir the legally registered voters of this each and every name or mark affixed to the I N Tostevin, Robert Tucker, Roman"xTraeye Jones, Wiley x Jones, David x Joseph, light machinery promptly erected on order.
pre- above petition was the act and deed of the Jeremiah and School Bells for sale-
cinct, as required by law. x Thomas, William x Lewis Joseph, William x Joseph, Hanselx Church. Factory
ALBERT GLAIBER. party purporting to have signed the same, Thomas, Lemon Tomlinson, Linius Thomas, Keath, Henry x Keizer, Thomas x Kei- at a bargain.
and that said signatures were signedin William C J Van Nostrand Simonx Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
Fernandina, Fla.Sept. 16th 158-1. Taylor, zer, Joseph x Keizer, Sable x Keizer, Danielx j/2r"
the of at least two Valentine Williams William All delivered at the various transportation -
presence Hogarth x King John x King, Joseph x King Plato goods
credible witnesses: and that there Wilson, Doc x Warren Willis Walters, x King. Port W King, William x King, stations within the city free of"
We, the undersigned voters of Election was no fraud, bribery or deception in pro- Steve x' Washington, Tom x Wilkinson, Jacob Klarer, Julius Klotz Henry x Knabb charge. All sales for cash. '

Precinct No. 1, in Nassau: county, State of curing said signatures or marks of said persons John x Wylie, Louis x Watson, Merrick Charles J Koester, Frederick Kruse, CarlL

Florida, respectfully request that the same whose names appear signed to the Williams, Sandy x Williams, Charley x Lange, Ephraim x Latham, F C Latham, CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS-.
be granted. above petition Williams, Rufus Walker,, Isaac x White, George A Latham, J S Lee. Jasper W La-
Cupid x Armstrong Sr. Merrick Albert ALBERT GLAIBER. Benjamin x Wideawake' Frank x ,Webber tham, Henry I S:: Laurence, James Lawson, Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.ISLAND .
x ,
George; x Anderson, James x Annette, Johnx Subscribed and sworn to before me, this John L Whaley.'John x Wells, Henryx William II LeCain, John B x Lee, Tolbert '

Alberti, Dem&cy Alexander, Mingo x 16th day of September, 1884. Walker, James'x'i11iiul1George"xWiJ, Little; I Samuel:: x Lizzemore, A W Lohman, SEA ROUTE. .

Anderson,John Amen,Moses x Armstrong CHAS. H. 'BERG, son, Dudley William' Samuel x White, Joseph Ligeour, John F Lohman, James ,

James x Avery, Joseph P. x Adams, Alfred Notary Public. John x Washington; Toby x Williams Long, Jr., James L Long, Lawrence x Long,
Alberti Abraham x Walker, Dan x Williams, Curtisx Thomas x Long, Joseph x Longwood,
x. Adam x Albert,.R Austin, Antonio
: Armcntcro, Bradford Hill, Thomas x Application for License. Williams, Benjamin x Wright Steve x James x Love, Owen x Love, Samuel Love, FLORIDA
Blake. William x Blue, Jr., A. J. Braswell, Wright, Prince x Wilkinson, Waby 'x Renaldu )McDonald Samuel x :Major, A R GEORGIA

Henry x Bell, George Bryant William x I Washington, Thomas x Wilson, Thomas L Manucy, George L Martin, R McBean,

Blue, Sr., John Benjamin, Jeta,,x Burrows, To the Board of County Commissioners,,Has Wilson, Scippio x Williams, Lawrence x Aaron McCall, Isaac McCall, Jonas x )Ic-
Wilson 'B P Waas, A G Wilson Charles J McCall ) Inland Steamboat Co.,
Harry Barker Call, Peter x Stephen x McCann
Jack State Florida
April 'sau
: x Bonapart, x County, of :
Westburg Alfred Waas Primus x Wells, Frank McDonald. Obedx
Baker, C. S. Busby Baker Princex John McDermott, x
Brooks. Alexander Joseph Brenson x Roderickx RESPECTFULLY ask to be granted a George E Wolf,'William I Sharp:: Levi Young, McDonald. Robert McDonald, D W Mc- -
x ,
Baker, Frederick x Baker. Newton x I license for the sale of Ales Wines and July x Young, Adam x Young, Obed x Lelland, W B McLelland Barrel McNeal,

Bradley, Cornelius} Bell, Caesar x Baker Liquors in the City of Fernandina, and enclose Young, Henry Holzendorf, Henry Knabb, Charles McRory, Thomas Redden, Peter NO HEAT-NO! DUST!.
herewith the of Henry Hobein W B McClellen, Newton Miller Gustave .
Alfred x Baker, Samuel x Brown William signatures, a majority Miller, Robert x Minkleyi .
B. Bell, Henry Beard, Peter Bonaud of the legally registered voters of this pre Bradley, Frank Emerson. W H'Pope, Dan- Michael x' Dan. J T x Mitchell, -BUT-

James Bell,: T B Bellows, Joseph, cinct, as required by law.FRANK. iel R Baxter, James Bell. July x Michael, Allen x Mitchell, A Sail Along the Pic.
C. LATHAM. :McFarland ) Delightful
Blake! Thomas E. Bliss, Samuel x Brown, -- C J Mann, Elias Joseph Mode
Edward Bailey, Daniel R Baxter, Warren x Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 19, 1884. S A Mode, David x Moody, James MooneyJ Sea Islands.

Commodore, Ephraim x Coleman, Summersault .- We, the undersigned, hereby certify that H Mooney, John W Mooney, Edward turesque
! x Cooper, Samuel x Cammel, Williamx the persons whose names appear in the fore- Mordecai, C W Morgan, James J x Morris,
Cooper, Freeman; x Copeland, James x We, the undersigned, voters of Election going petition, signed the same or attached 'Stephen x ,Morris, Isaiah x Morrison, Augustus --
CuIJ'l'pper, Rtbert; x Cnnningham John Precinct No. 1, of Nassau county. State of their marks thereto in ,,-onr" presence,>and ; : 'D x Myers, )Manuel Nattiel,Joseph '
Crandall, IIeI1r x Commodore Lewis x'ooper Florida, respectfully request that the above that neither fraud, bribery or deception was 1 H Newton, Zacluiria Nicola, George x Norman -, ffiirA PERFECT DAYLIGHTTHE SERVICE-ma:

H.\\.C'.oIwellJoseph Cook, s. Carrio, petition be granted. used in procuring,said signatures or 'marks.. 0 S Oakes, Andrew x Perry, George,

.011118. Clark; Henry Clay, Roman Cribb, Dempsey x Alexander, :Meric x Alberti, G. A. LATHAM, x Perry, Henry Peterson, Peter ,x Peterson, --
Samuel Isaac Pino W H
Chatham: / Anderson Antonio x Pinkney x ;,
x Clinch D. S. Delany, Gil John x Alberti, George THOMAS WILKERSON STEAMER .
Dorsey, John- Douglass, James x Drum- Armenters James x Albert, Joseph P Pope, Ben Redding, Albert Reynolds, Eddie
mond, Louis be Deas, 11[, Downey Romeo Adams, Cupid x Armstrong, Moses Arm RENALDO MCDONALD., Reynolds, B F Rich, John Rikart, Toney x'

Donegal, C. Donovan George x DeMott, strong, John x Amen, Amos ,Atkinson, Riley, Ambrose x Roberson, Richard F .
Julius Evans, Van x Ellison, John x El- James Annett Mingo x Anderson, R Roberts, Edward x Rodgers, Pablo x Rodgers ,

bert, J A Ellerman, John x Felder. Henry Austin, George x Bryant. Dred x Benton, George Robinson Joseph Robinson,
x Franklin, John x Finley, Michael :Fitz- William x Bent, Andrew x Brown. Peterx STATE OF FLORIDA J John C Rutishauser, Nelson A x Round-
patrick Freeman Samuel Brown ,Charles Baker tree, E T Roux, Charles H Saunders, Sam-
Stephen x Finlay, John x Blue, x x COUNTY OF ,NASSAU. jOn
; David x Freeman, Benjamin x Fuller John x Benjamin, William x Blue Jeta x uel x Savage, Henry x ,Scott. Doc x Scott! ,
M. Ferrira, Butler Francis, Jr., C. E. Burrows, Peter Bonaud, John x Baker, Jos this1 day personally appeared beforeme William F V Scott Isaac x Sharkle)". WIlliam -

freeman, Boston x Floyd,John'A Ferreira, Bowls Roderick x Baker, Henry x Baker; Frank C. Latham, tome: ,well known, Sharp, W II Sneid, May x Small. H 0
who, being duly sworn deposeth and Smith H'M Smith, Henry W x Smith, ST. NICHOLAS
Robert x Fitzgerald, Paul Funke, P. C. Ferreira Abner x Blake, Alfred x Baker, Jos x says x
Butler x Francis, Sr., J. "'. Flinn, Blake, Thomas x Blake Thomas B Bellows, that each and every name or mark affixedto John W Smith, Sr., Jordan x Smith, George YES FERXANDINA EVERY MON-
Lemon Foster,' Emil O. Friend. Robert Robert x, Butler, Frederick x Baker, C S the above petition was the act and deed x Sopsion, Louis x Spaulding, George W LEA and Friday mornings.
Fitzgerald A J Brasswell, Henry Barker .of the party purporting to have signed 'the'same Spencer, Gustave Stark Arthur Steil, D W
: Fred x Gibson, Joe-eph x ,Busby, Returning: leaves, SAVANNAH, foot of
('Ibbs, Benjamin x Germain, John Gardner Prince x Brooks, Jack x Baker, April x and that said signatures were signedin Alverson James x Stewart' Stephen x Stew- Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday

Adam Gibbs, Israel ,x Grant, Albert Bonaparte, Bristo 'x Benjamin, William B the presence of at least two credible art, William Streety, William x: Swann, 8:30 o'clock standard time. '
Olaiber, Alfred x Hampton, Thomas A. Bell, Caesar Baker, Henry Bell David witnesses, and that there, was no fraud Benjamin Talbot, ,Moses J .x Taylor, William !l- mornings, ,

Jleidt t. Henry Hawley, Jefferson x Harris, Bronson Thomas E Bliss, Henry Beard, bribery or deception used in'procuri'ng said x Taylor, Jeremiah x Thomas, ,\11- For Regular and Special Excursion Tickets j
signatures or marks of'said whose liamX- Thomas Lehman x Tomlison,,II M
Joseph x Hunter, Thomas ,x Hubbard, Warren x Commodore Somersault x Coo- persons
luomas x Holzendorf, Matthew x HawKins per, Paul x Copalia, William x Cooper, names appear signed to the above petition., Tison, Isaac x Tison, Roman x Traeye. -TO--

Shade x hay es. W. H. Hannahan, Henry x Commodore, Robert x Cunning-' FRANK rC. LATHAM. Abraham Tremmins. Jesse Tynes, Sam '
John Alfred H Waas, Benj F Waas, Points'in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, ;
Coleman' Lee Cathron x Vickery.
x 'Ephraim x
Harget, Henry x Hooper, Henry ham, x 'Subscribed and sworn .to. before me this
llobein Joseph Higgins, Robert Hanley 1 Henry x Clay, Freeman Copeland, Louisx 19th of 1834. Reuben x Walters, George W x Washington '
day September, Watson 'to LEVE ALDEN, corner of Bull
\\IIIlam, J. Hanlev.. H. Huot, Jacob xA"iri"s' Cooper, II W Caldwell Jos x Cook, Ro- John x Washington, Louis x apply ,
Marshall x Irons. Edgar Johnson, man x Cribb, Samuel x Cribb. James x Cul- CHAS., ,H. BERG Henry Wells, John Wells, CharlesJ West-:: and Bryan streets Savannah. ':
'' will be
"Jlliam John S Clark John Crandall Notary Public. berg John L Whally, Benjamin x'"ideawake Brunswick passengers either way
x Jones, Parish Johnson./ StepUeney pepper, Simon's Steamer '
Williams transferred at St. by Ruby.
Charles Williams Curtis x -
x Johnson, Jerry x Jones, Charles x Charles x Cooper, S Carrio, Wallace Dork- -
hours after arrival
for 24
'8, Allen Davis John Douglas, Romeo Daniel x Williams, Dudley x Williams Freight not signed -
Henry ,
ion Johnson. harry x: Joseph, ings, Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. R Williams : will be at risk of consignee. <
Williams x -
James Hogarth ,
x M Gilbert Dorsey,
| Joseph Marshall x Jenkins. Peter Denegal, Downey
Johnson, William x Joseph, Jr., Louis x Drummond, Louis Deas, S L Dennette, LINEN PAPER-CO GTS. PER DOZEN Julius x Williams., :Morris x Williams F. W. SIMMONS, Agent.Fla. .
Jenkins. Ned :x::: Jones, Simon x Johnson, Cornelius Donovan, George Demott, John sent, upon receipt of 2-cent Ned x Williams, Sandy x 'Williams, Gen
.r.. Thomas x lie y zer, Frederick Kruse, Elbert, Van Ellison, Julius Evans, Thomas: stamp. AddressFLORIDA W H x Williams\ Prince x Wilkerson, A C. WILLIAMS SavannahGa.J. Ag't .

}Ienr Knabb. Plato x King, Daniel x King, Edden, J A Ellermann, Howard x Foster. MIRROR, G '\'iIJson. George x Wilson. Laurence.. "'
John x Frees Boston Floyd John 20 Fernandina Fla. Wilson, Thomas x Wilson, Thomas L x N.HARRIMAN Manager.. -
King, Daniel Kelly, Port W King, Freeman x x ,. ',:
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3/qIIE" 'LOltIDA 1'lIlmOIl: land; a,most significant declarationfrom MR. BISBEK'S- SPEECH.. FROM GLORY UNTO. GLORY."t tContiuted .At, the Ferry all business had been suspended

n? .. such a man of the untrustwor- Mr. Bisbee's speech.at Jacksonville ( frwii Flrsi Pnge.) -the stores were closed, the mills

y GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. set at rest this matter, as to his connectionwith shut down, and,the people were out in holiday
thiness of Mr. Blaine. Another eminent 'was just what might have been -
it. I will ask you, Mr. Saussy, to read attire, many of them having

'.tip ,-Subscription, 82 per year; six months, 81. leader of the. Republican party, anticipated, a labored effort to raisea I that letter, as you are familiar with Mr.Swann's distance of twenty miles on horseback.come a
Itr ;
t ,chirography.Mr. .
41 ex-Secretary; Bristow, declares that tariff .asljtlifrbiilylpossible: : political -i Nearly every ,precinct in the
'Office corner Centre and.First streets,second floor Suiissy then read the letter as follows}: county, was

he will not support Elaine j x-Sec- 'issue" and Vdenunciation..of. NEW YORK, September 5;18&L- represented.The .

RATES OF ADVERTISING. retary Carl Schurz as ,on4he< stump the Democratic party. The absurd- Gen. W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee, Fla.: good people of that pleasant little

,4 }' Ten cents a line for the first, and,five cents for. DEAR SIR: Understanding that Mr. Pope, the burgh opened their! houses to the hungry
t denouncing the personal unfitnessof ity of discussing the tariff issue before -'
i ,each subsequent lIisertlon', : Independent candidate for Governor in his can multitude of visitors. After a bountiful Repast

... ab a Special local notices 15 cents a line. Blaine to fill the Presidential I such an assemblage as he ad- vass Improvement, charges the Fund Board with of corruption Trustees ofthe in connection Internal the band marched to the stand prepared --

f ; Reading notices, 25 cents a line. with the Disston Sale, and says that they paid to for the'speakers under
? chair. The late Secretary of the dressed was only equalled 'by the "hush some of the
Al : Social rate for time advertisements upon application me $30,000 as money, to prevent expos-
ures that I might make, etc. I write this,'not magnificent oak trees which adorn
sacri- with which he the
; Treasury Judge Folger was unblushing
,q, # at the office.Communications assurance only to express my surprise and regret at the liberty streets of King's Ferry. The
1ic I ficed by Elaine's friends in 1882 charged frauds on the Democratic taken by Mr. Pope in thus falsely misrepresenting inspiring
strains of the
? S upon all matters of local interest the nature of the settlement made by the music drew around the stand

4t, solicited from all parts of the county and from when he ran for Governor of New election officers. No fair, candid in Trustees connection with me with,but the to say sale that to Mr.I know Disston nothing from a large concourse the of people, white and colored
; was attendance
Along the lines of Florida railways. York, because he was the friend of man who ever investigated the sub- which fraud or corruption on the part of the Trustees at the Democratic of the ladies
Its r All communications intended for publication can be shown; and I have no reason to believe meetings an exception
Conkling. It is too much to expectof ject could be otherwise than satisfied that any member of the Board derived one dollarof here. Hon. W. Naylor Thompson, of the
should be addressed to the Editor all business!
: personal gain or benefit from the sale. The Cleveland and Perry Club again introduced
r letters simply to TilE FLORIDA MIREOK.SATURDAY ,Folger's and Conkling's friends that Mr. Bisbee was'fairly and .overwhelmingly .compensation I received-although not as much the speakers. The Hon. Charles:: Dom hert\
as I reasonably expected and claimed under
1 that they should now forget the men defeated in 1880, and contract with their predecessors-was accepted my by was the first one to speak, confining himself
SEPTEMBER 20, 1884., me in full of what was justly due to me for time, as he did in his:: speech at Fernandina, to
who sacrificed and beat them down. that the act,of a ,Radical and partisan labor and means expended in canvassing for the national matters. He was well received by
S sale of the lands' and bringing them to the favorable the people and left a good impression
THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Elaine's Half-Breed friends stayed House of Representatives in notice of the public and thus greatly facilitating verting several of his con
.> opponents during his
t (as I claimed) the sale consummated
from the polls in 1882, and a large ousting our fairly? Wand honestly: 'with Mr. Disston. remarks.
While the Board would not admit claim for When Governor Bloxham was introduced
e FOR PRESIDENT: number of Stalwarts will doubtlessdo : elected representative, Gen. Finley, commissions, they recognize my right to some he was loudly applauded by the multitude.

,., !s ,GROVER CLEVELAND, the same in 1884. I was an outrage only excelled,by the by compensation me. sufficient for services to cover rendered the.sums and paid for out expenditures ,He was made one of only those a half-hour happy efforts speech for, which but it

OF NEW YORK. The canvass -is' likely to be very fraudulent theft of an electoral vote In justice to the Trustees, as well as myself, I Florida's:: chief executive has long been
have thought it duty to address the noted. lIe explained the Disston land
a my you on sale
little disturbed)" the tariff question; in 1876 to seat MrrHayes: : a fraud subject) with the hope that you will take early occaSIon at some length, and said he was:: ready
: that has been since disconnected.The confessed' to correct any unjust and false! impressionsthat right then and there to
long now and admitted.. ,The may have been created by the remarks ut- answer any question
: THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, tered by Mr. upon this subject that might not be
OF INDIANA. issue pressed upon the countryis people of Florida have not forgotten Respectfully Pope. SAJfL A. SW ANN. fully understood by any man, no matter

.w an honest and economical admin- Yellow Bluff/ nor Archer precinctNo. Governor Bloxham then continued-; whether The Democrat or Republican.
i next
i speaker was Mr. William Mac-
FOR GOVERNOR: istration of public affairs. Clevelandis 2, or Mr. Bowes tissue ballots : I shall say no more upon the Disston sale. Williams, Presidential Elector from the
What has been said and read in your hear Second

EDWARD A. PERRY, everywhere recognized as an honest in Leon county, or the luany'other. ing ought to set this matter forever at rest, abstract Congressional questions of District.Democracy He at spoke length.on

OF ESCAMBIA. faithful public man, with a pub- proved election frauds committed by and tained remove as to the any rectitude doubt you of the may parties have enter-man duration.making a brilliant' speech of over an hour's

lic record unimpeached and unim Mr. Bisbee's political associates.Mr. aging the affair. As for myself' my life is MacWilliams was followed by J. E.
: FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: drawing too near its close for me to permitme Hartridge, Esq., who for the first
time in
Blaine is smirched allover Bisbee to the
peachable. appeals solely to take such a part in'this thing as I am this
canvass took our home in
up questions
through a long public career, selfish interests of his constituencyin could represented ever have as having been induced taken, even to do though andI I :Nassau, enjoining upon the people to stickas
: OF SUMTER. to their nominees
1; as a man who has made himself a trying to persuade them that theyare trust that God's avenging lightning: may W.Mahoney,as the pitch and turpeii-Hoytand
strike down when I
: FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: millionaire through the opportuni- interested in the"petty duty imposed or me unworthy the confidence prove of the dishonest pentine that Mr. Mahoney manufactures
people does to the
pine tree, and not to l lose a single -
1. CHARLES DOUGIiERTY, ties..of ,his official positions. The on foreign fruit, more that of my State. We throw back into their vote on election day for either the National
teeth their
charges, the specifi
OF VOLUSIA. real secret of Elaine's weakness is twenty times overbalanced ,jy, the cations. To State or County ticket.
Col. Gibbs Gadsdcn county was desig
l'" ,' the general feeling that he is not to high duties on clothing, and the necessaries Addressing l himself to the colored nien nated the task to give the finishing touchesto

h '' FOR MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. present he said: the meeting. Col. Gibbs has an unlimited -
be trusted. of ,the planter and orange store of anecdote. He addressed himself
FRED '\ HOYT I desire to say one thing here to my colored
The people of the United States I grower. Pie claims that we can relyon friends as Governor of this StateandI especially to the colored people, and
OF FERNANDINA. inter sperse'd with some of hisstories told
i wish a change of public servants. the extravagance of the Republican think I can speak for General Perry as the a style peculiar to himself he managed to
next Executive-that shall be
\ ,V. A. MAHONEY your rights
w give them some wholesome advice.At .
They want the departments investi- party to give us large appropri- protected at every point. I would scorn any the conclusion of Col. Gibbs'
i'' t speech
who would the
man of
y gated, the books examined, and the tions for our harbors and rivers, and another on account trample of his upon color. (Mr.rights Longof the excursionists returned to the boat, escorted !!-
by the whole populace and after
t* :; POLITICAL NOTES., schemes of corruption which seem yet fails to explain why we did not my county, says that in a report of his three ringing cheers for the Democratic
speech at Madison he has been 'misrepre
v So ;;far as we can judge from the to have found place in every depart- receive any more liberal appropriations sented. I wish to tell you here as I have down nominees stream, the, arriving steamer at Fernandina turned her about bow

r.; tone, tff the public press and the progress ment unveiled. They can no longerbe when there 'was a Republican said elsewhere, that that speech, as pub 10:30 o'clock.Thus .
w. lished, does not represent the Domocrats of
f' of the canvass, the indications I hoodwinked or frightened off by majority in Congress. Florida. I feel that from our long: connec demonstration ended successfully of our county the Democracy.The second grand.

:. are becoming more and more favor-I the g. o. p., or the bloody shirt, or We have yet to.see the first bene- people tion with, we that have party a right, and our to say services somethingupon to the Walls Meeting Last Sight.

:able to the success of the Democratic the glories of protection. They want, ficial legislation of any kind for these questions. I differ with that
Posters announced that Walls and L. G.
to the
speech, as published, as opposed policy
,, 4 ticket:; in the November election. All above all things, honesty in public which we :are .specially,indebted to of the Democracy.) Of the two men, Dennis would address the Republicans of

.:,,i weems now to depencLon.the State'pfiAf places-to get rid -of star-routers, B' b ee.:""_, -- ,-_ -:_ ,.-. Perry is a better friend to the, colored man this city at Lyceum Hall last evening, but
than Pope, and I appeal to their records to
ew York. In 1882 Governor Cleveland army' plunderers, whisky frauds, prove it. Colored men who are interestedin Mr. Dennis having been taken sick at Jack
} ,BUTLER ::sonville and Walls having been called to
the election of Blaine, cannot support
4: elected of frauds Indian frauds and
by majority
was a
; pension The candidacy of Butler is fast Pope, because it is well known that Pope Marion county, their appointments were

-iAf:( nearly 200,000; in 1883, when it was treasury frauds. becoming a farce. Outside of a few dricks.himself will Perry vote will for be Cleveland your next and Governor Hen- filled by Mr. M, Lewey, editor of the Fann

ttl said each party would poll its party THE MAINE ELECTION. cities his ticket is unknown and will and it is a part of policy for you to join the ers' Journal (Walls' paper), and Dr. J. A.

.. vote the Democratic State ticket was ranks that will swell his ,majority. Come Parker, both of Alachua county. The
: The great clamor and rejoicingover not be known in the canvass. Thereis up and say to the Democrats, We have Walls Club had hired Lyceum Hall
;1 Maine shows how nervous the helped you
r simply nothing: it. The St.: and the brass band ; but the leaders of the
Of four
ask for protection.
i now we 'your
The section of the
r Tammany Republicans are as to Mr. Elaine's John temperance ticket will enlist hundred colored men whom I know to have Custom-House faction, who did not wish

t : t Democratic; party embraces nearly chances of success. Maine has been There are thousandsof voted for Drew and Bloxham, I have yet to .. the meeting to go on,induced the brass band
more support.
that he it.
: hear of one who will say regrets to break their contract and furnish music
; half of the Democratic voters of New
i 11 as certain to; vote the Republicanticket people who Ho not know what The Governor next reverted to the principles for a Bisbee meeting, which was: held at

t i'1. ::ti;': Y York city. Were they to go against for the last quarter of a cen- the tariff is butwho understand the in policy between the two parties. Island City Hall, trying by every means

-Cleveland, it would seriously imperil tury as Vermont. By all the arts of temperance issue, to'whon1 the one He said that the one was the party of centralization possible to keep colored men from going to

'I his election. Up to last week there I I and the other the party of the the Walls these
methods and especially avery rid the evil of meeting. Notwithstanding
idea is to get great' people cited the seizure of the State -
doubt entertained to drawbacks, quite a number of them assembled
was some as
I i free use of money, the ..Republican intemperanceVv: 'many of the of South Carolina and Louisiana by at Lyceum Hall)last evening.A .

i .1."$' the course Tammany would pursue majority in Maine has, been.increased States this feeling is widespreadand the federal authorities, and dwelt at some good many Democrats went also to Lyceum -

," ..but on the 12th, at a general meeting about thier'foriner'vote. length.upon the condition of, affairs in our of Ala-
2,500 over 1 influential. While:>iprobably! Hall, to hear the Little Giant

'' '-:' : Cleveland's nomination was indorsed Considering that Mr. Blaine more of those who claim to be temperance State during the period of reconstruction. chua and to enjoy the fun that was expected.The .

I a and made for <* The Governor, then, addressing the ladies, absence of Walls and Dennis was a great
preparations a
>:g'i lives in Maine, the State pride of the people will continue to sup- said he had been gratified at the enthusiasm -
both the speakers
disappointment, although
ratification This settles
grand meeting. party ought to have increased his their everywhere displayed, and was particularly -
L ; port political party, a very respectable made some very sensible remarks.It .
the question of the unity of the to at least that extent. pleased to see the ladies in attendanceupon Bisbee
majority number who are not con- was rumored that the meeting
t Democratic party in the State of New the meetings. They wield an influenceand and
t in doubtful would march to Lyceum Hall in a body
was no sense a cerned so much for party ,ties will exert a power seldom acknowledged.In .
j ,
'Y ork. Tammany is a very compact'I State, and the result indicates' nothing give their suppbrt to St. 'John with a passage replete with beautiful imagery clean the Walls faction out, but they had
and is thoroughly I he referred to the garden of Eden-its delightful invoked the protection of the sheriffand no
organization -
;I organi as, to the result which dependson the view that by so doing they are walks, its verdure, its thousand delights disturbance occurred.

I ed. John Kelly will take pride in the doubtful States. New York moral the the creation of man, his sinking into
1. giving support to temperance -
at the will of the Creator and his
: .; showing the value of Tammany'svote repose List of Letters
; r.t will decide the election, and a Democratic cause and showing their political ecstacy upon awaking to find at his side the
Remaining in the Post Office at Fernandina
I to the Democratic party. Grady ) beautiful being the Almighty had given himas ;
A son of New York ought to power. Much the larger ,part 'of a companion. Nassau county, Florida, Sept. 20, 1884.
1t has a personal grievance against Gov. Persons calling for these letters must say
: l3i;, evolve as much State,pride as Maine these will be drawn from the Repub- Governor Bloxham was followed brieflyby I advertised.

,,i ( Cleveland. Mere personal grievances has shown, and it undoubtedly will lican ranks and will weaken Mr. J. E. Hartridge, Esq., of Jacksonville.After Allen, Miss Celia Hill W J

;. j seldom affect anybody but themselves scoring Bisbee in scathing terms for the Alfred, Alfred Hogan, :Mac: C
!s again' stand by the man, to whom The -
Blaine accordingly, Republican Boyle Michael F 2 Hoker, RennyHigginbotham
I t stand he had taken in persecuting and vilifying
t and doubtless will Broob
Tammany Nancy J W.
she has
once given a majority press arid! campaign 'speakers I the people of thc*So th, lie urged Blue.jFrank Johnson, JuliaMacintosh'
Jbe solid for Cleveland.
200,000. The almost unanimous show much solicitude about this : upon the people the necessity of bringing Benjamin.. Hugh' ; Madelena

R } 1 The Blaine boom, which it was vote of to Gov. out every individual voter. At 11 o'clockthe Bradley'Colonel Napy, Miss A R
Tammany support
vote, and are urging the temperance Brown, Anthony Thomas. Miss Minnie
t z, .. expected to arouse enthusiasm has meeting adjourned. The speakers were
Cleveland kills off all the great ex- 'people to sustain the Republican Bielby. C FA O'Neal: James :N
evidently failed to enthuse. His .listened to with marked: attention throughout Cook, Ellen Oasher, Miss Emma
pectations of a split in the Demo- candidates and not to waste their interrupted only by the frequent cheersof Cook, D DS Patum Perry,jr
t friends are forced to the defensive. Clark E S
Sams OlinKennie
t a cratic Ex-Senator Kernan ,
party. votes but these one-idea men are apt the audience, especially was it noticeablethat
i; i 4 The proof of his corruption in the Clark. MrsDenary Sue
and O'Brien both none left before the close of the meet-
Attorney-General to be set in their way and-not easily Powel Skipper George E
.: : [Mulligan letters, is scattered broad- able and popular sons of Irish ing. Davies Jamie Snorter, SueEdwards
pa- controlled against their determined
Alfred 0 I
: Seavey,
; cast the land and cannot be ,
; over explained -
and Roman Catholics Franklin, Henry Sheldon, J GWashington
.l rentage are convictions. The temperance' vote' The Grand Rally at King's Ferry.On .
'. < ; Perhaps the most Ford, Mss Emma George
(Hi -4.; J stumping for Cleveland with great will weaken the Republican chances Wednesday morning the steamer French A H ,Walker, NeiserWashington

I powerful blow which Blaine has energy and success. Grady is an without doubt. Martha, which had been chartered for the Gilliard, Josephine \ Amanda .

received is the refusal of ex-Secretary 'factor occasion, left for King's Ferry with the distinguished Holder, Ch J Wilds Custer
1 insignificant in polities'whenJohn S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.

:Y + of State Hamilton Fish to support Kelly speaks.The THE Floridian .is doing excellent speakers who addressed the

.t him, lnd his ,open declaration that work in collating the official tables meeting members the previous of Cleveland evening and, accompaniedby ,Perry Club FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER !

r ,:, he shall vote for Cleveland. Mr. Republican leaders went up to King's and showingthe"actual facts of 'our No. 1 and the Jacksonville Silver Cornet FOR SALE CHEAP :'
Ferry on Thurrday, to counteract the effectof
:,. Fish is perhaps the most ,eminent the Democratic speakers there on-Wednes financial condition in the past and .Band,taking on passengers at every landingon EDGINGS AND SLABS, '

man in the Republican party-a day. J.W. Howell, W. H. LeCain and Riley present. No misrepresentation,.can the river. The day was perfect, and the 10 cents 'per load.

Robinson were, the speakers' We Understand I I ->beauties of the St. Mary's river appeared to ROUGH LUMBER
.. : man whose high character long experience that the made convince whos taxes -
principal point was to a man were, the best possible advantage. Several of the From $5 to $16 per M ft.,

,i .: and successful administration impress Hoyt, a it. former upon the Republican colored ,people has become that Mr.a under Radical administration twenty'dollars gentlemen, who had never seen our beauti- according to quality.

a : of the State Department reflects candidate for the Democracy We do not and are now ten, that he has itfal river,pronounced it perfect and rivalled DRESSED LUMBER, .

.t great credit himself and the see with what degree of truth they claim not been benefited, or that taxes only by few rivers: in this country. A strong $12 to $20 per:\{. feet.
that Mr. Hoyt has been a Republican. We Orders by Telephone promptly attended to
rt" been reduced. He
have not carries current
and in
: country. Hamilton Fish declares have known him intimately for years, and was running; consequencethe WILLIAM B. C. DURY E.
can truthfully say that he has never voted the proof in the tax receipt in his Martha did not reach her destinationuntil Mill.
Steam Saw and
that he will ,cast, his vote for Cleve- Planing
xr anything else but a Democratic ticket. .pocket. I 1:30 o'clock. Office foot Centre Street. '" 8

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:' THE FLORIDA ..11fIRRORSEPTEMBER. .,: ,_u .20,._ 1884. "
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f'"i LLINER Y i 4,: ;

.:...........................:.................................. ?.. 1'ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTSNEW OF .

-i AT- MOTE :B&CJSnu:: ': .".,. ; '-:," :

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jciNG'SBAZ4REATS ; : __ J I :

--- CENTRE STREET .flj. ..

Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from .the -

FEA TREKS, LACE FLOWEBS.i Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking advantage of.cash.purchases j IGOODS

full Line of[ Elegant, ,lace and Mall Reims, enables us to offer our entire stock at ,such.low :;

.' '.
Collar :and Kid Gloves, ,
Linen *
All of the;Latest Styles. .. ,
We have endeavored to select the .


Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be.IXrand:
Lawns Cambrics Percales Prints
Rocp Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. i Goods.Laces .
." ...... .
s A' I >V .i Jj tJ : ,'1.;
and alL we ask is to give us a'call and price for yourselves,and.seethe, '
..,.J..H.| I"M Hti I I I.< II II ;I;! -HH I ;--I f \ v, and Embroideries, Hamburg" Edgings and Insertings-A

J SUMMER GAMES. | fj' FULL LINE of' the '''newest patterns. ,:

-LJ t+f4HI J I II 'II' -l''t'I.i i' I II I I II I I II I I II I I II I I l-t-1" IIDDEN8E BABGA.INSI- Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.

Our Spring Clothing for :Men and Youths has arrived, an'd for style

Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, and.quality cannot,be surpassed. ,

MARBLES. KITES, ETC. to be' had in Fernandina at the establishment of Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties. ,

-ALSO- -We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

Hamnocis and York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
large Grass Express) Wagons.
MODE '"BROTHErRSIN i S@T Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing ,

KING'S BAZAR, elsewhere. Special orders fined'in New York by our resident buyer. .,

Cor.Centre and Fourth Sts.,Fernandina. t adPc F.YI: : :>:J:>,

FOR RENT DRY ;GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., .

: ';,, ', III. NEW'YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }- FERNANDINA, FLA. '
LARGE extensive yard-room and gardens {GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ,r.: TT y
attached,on Alachua street; suitable for a .
lare'e family or boarding-house. Possession iT, RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
tank' given about August 1st. .


facing tIlt. bay; has eight rooms, large halls,
piazzas, excellent well, etc.
pied, by Mrs. Fletcher,'on Third street. ,
For terms etc., apply to .
G. STARK. -.n- .
Fernaudina, May 2,1884. WHH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. /i';:


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-_ -un-, -- -- 18-1Y" :: .. FERNANDINA, FL nIDA.. .>: ;i 'X'
11- ? 7 i r i ::. .
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OF ALL KINDS, : '- ': : -
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Go to F. M. Robinson I .. .
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In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
Circuit, Nassau County, WESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TONS.
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JL filed,that Bcrniah Moore,the defendant, ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
resides beyond the limits of the State of THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
Florida,so that ordinary ) cannot be toj Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad.
served +tt+++++ +-f+++-rr++++++ ++++++ +I f+++++++-h+++-f This Line
him Fernandina
Transfers between and New
upon ; now, therefore, it is ordered having no
that a hearing be had upon the facts t ., .1.1 'f't ,York, offers the.BEST ,AND. QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
charged in complainant's bill of complaint, ; FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others. "
1 filed in above stated cause,on the first:Monday CENTRE STREET,I,Two'DoORS: ,'.r .FROM..SECONDA.; ; : ..:- I The traveling public'are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
in October next. .ff,?>. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
June 20th. 188!. 31-3m FLORIDA. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial # RAILROAD for' ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the

Lettie vs'Miller 1 Notice. of Dress Goods Silks Satin THROUGH- BILLS OF. LADING TO ALL POINTS.

John Boynton,doing attachment. For freight passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to "
mess under the
name and Amount R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
style t of John ]
Boynton's sworn to$400 .
above C. H. MALLORY & CO., .
TIlE 'named defendant, John H. Pier 20 East River New York., 51- .
of the City of New York, doing "
John business under the name and style of SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS,
Bpynton's ,.on. is hereby notified to ..
appearance and to the above
entitled' attachment suit commenced against (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) r>/,' :
hun by 'ttieIier. plaintiff before .' ,
on or *
the fist )Iondayi" January 1885, and to : 'I'J'" HL E. DOTTERER
Gloves ] ..
plead' Hamburg Edgings andIifcg..
said' or demur to the declaration filed in,, .' :.?. .
cause on or 1 Before the first :in .
judgment by default ALSO A COMPLETE 'STOCOF .r'.f
entered againstl) ., ,
I you.H.. J. BAKER. 'qilfGents' *
Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit. .-+ *-
J..A.EDWARDS'Clerk' Circuit Court. Furnishing Goods '
_ iernandina Fl .,September: 6, 1884. ,
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In tlrc C'ircuijt (Court Fourth Ju- *. *
CLOTHIlvc: : :
Udal Circnlt :.-, .
in and for the
Josiah H. Prescott ] '

John II.Boynton\ i!doing: bus-1 1'S. J j Attachment.notice of .,,' FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY ..

mess under the,name and f Amount TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
San ItJle of John ;Bo S ynton's { Sworn to SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN RECOMMENDED. AS' '>:,

: J $1,000. ..
i ii i nton.of joL business lo under the name and style of -,. : .', ESPECIAL. ,ATTENTION GIVEN TO. SELECTIONS'OF .
'nton's Son, is notified to : t '
enter hereby "'" ', i r.
IllS ,
-.JI.- 1' "iihr'1 ; :
appnce in and the -
to above
entitled -
'him;: il attachment!' suit commenced against -c-f FINE AND COFFEES fiI -
Pa:int!y said eou't by Josiah' H. Prescott, PAUL TEAS ;
1 a t1ar.,, on or before the first Monday in FUNIcJ.t. -++ '---+"f.+. ++-
dells ) 1885.and to Plead or demur to the .L
firsration: filed *therein on or before the.ay THE BEST GOODS'OF THIS''DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PRO CUBED. ,
\rl he 111 bruary 1885 or judgment 'I': t

J. d entered ttorntey j against f'j; Plaintiff him H. J.by in BAKER.j above default.suit., : :;..::,;: :,.: ;;: ;'i '.'. !"::,r,:'.'; 1. ::' ;." .ji: : '.i)';,';:;:;:<, ... NEW GOODS, Received by Every Steamer. .

EDWARD Clerk Circuit Court. :;:. .: '. 1 : -- ".
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ernandina, Fiji.,September 6, 1884-3ra i ,:.'i'" ', .. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, 'FI .,. ..
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Asscsstor'.of: .l area=J..C. :Matthews. LIBERTY. ,. "*"? : : HO.uy.County -.; NO
f ::: : :
: : ;: d.- -
: Collecor '" ?
!Y,; ; ; .- f of RevenueV.. F. Trantham, Coiiitty Judge-'M. Solomons. Judge H'Brownell.
; ClerkJeter.: I Clerk-To ,
'. ; i f:Supcrintendeiit"; of' "Schools-. ),r.. L. Paine, Sheriff R. P. Hosford. .... t Sheriff Thomas H. Pitlnan.N. Ellis To All
'" '+ Cobb San Fort, McCoy.. State
1 Tre"I"rtrer-J. E. Roberts.' Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
!., x 'MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler. Collector! of/fcrni _William TTSO'
San-. Cou ty-.JJdge-Chas. S. Baron. Key W'est. Assessor of Taxes-Win. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton Tucker See
irtH ... ClY t rt Knight,:Key West. Superintende'1lt.ofSchools-Dr.T.H.J ackson.ESC'lBU. Superintendent 0&AoofcWASHINGTON.-WII id3 i i1o
) : 'D. Chalker, Sheri -George A. Dememtt, Key'West. .. I itnt'll CttrR :5berirfof: ,
lt! Assessor oJf.'TV.alterG.. Maloney Jr.. k'loria
; i I
; !:; ey.West.: ; ;- County Judge-'N." C.' Shackelford.. County Judge".In. B. Jones
r : <; Clerk-F. 1<;. dp la Rua. r
Collector ( -J.E. Skipper.
Providence. of Revenue Mason S. Moreno,
W; : Butler. Key West.' 1' Sheriff-W.: H. Hutchinson. Sheriff E. P. Melvin. be 1
*' < 0 t will
*pa ,, C i Trefls-urer-J. S. I {'(mart1. Treasurer-Thomas J."
; Superintendent of -J. V. Harris,Key Miller. Tl1e5lIa\
Lake West. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Pahn' s. I Collector of Ret'enue-John Roche fortbeing
..' NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook tI

1 :f I % Haynes, dina.County. Judge-Hinton. J. Baker, Fernan Superintendent of WALTON.Schools-N. M.\ Scarritt. :i'Superintendent of Schools-D. II. horn FoFor

i z CALHOUN. 1\
n' n, f B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge-William Clark. of the S
Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. MeLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin. rrei:
Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, }'er- Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone. ted Stat
City nandina.' Treasurer-James fc>. Bowers. t Treasurer-J. P. Richards. Fortninth
Collector of Revenue-"Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of.ReL'enue'V. B. McLeod. : Collector of Rne1Iue-Joel P. Atkins ressiOI
: nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush. C'
Superintendent of Schools-L. W.' Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. I I Superintendent of Sciof>ls-\\\ 0 i. For '
4 Moses, Geor-' botham. Callahan. C'oI\\'elI. Con rl':
s County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- -- tynintAntic
E. English, County Judge=j. M. Beggs, Orlando. -
Clerk-Thos.-J.: Shine. Orlando. In t\\
; : : Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Orlando. from tIn \
.e ;; Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort. t

Spring. Collector of Ret'enue-A.. M.,Hyer, Sanford. Intlfor
,: Green Cove Sanford. aS
,' ;t : Superintendent} of Schools' .-John T. Beeks, tact;
; Fort Reid. J DELIGHTED Intl
: : .. I PUTNAM COUNTY. for a I
: W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. .p WITH TIIEJI. Distr j ie
i Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. In, i t
Sheriff Thomas Shally. \.NKI\-M\ from t
t k Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods. In t'
:'r : City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top. froml.
t' Why use Desks of
(ordinarT In t
: )-. Superintendent. of Public Schools-J. W.
i Lake City. Strickland. construction when, for slihh"t from t
;'1 ; : Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. te additional cost! you can have In tt i t
t tIn
i Count/Judge-'V. H. Parker, Perry.Sheriff ----=-- = ''-- the benefit of our improve from 1 t

: Green B. Weaver, Perry. -"-"' ments? Awkward closets and from 1

'r : ean, Jack- Superintendent Clerk-John C.of Calhoun Schools-, Perry.T. J. Faulkner, -- side drawers done away with.We Infrom 't 1

Perry. ,yt ; rl n : '1 p substitute revolving cases, In t

!! County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. /, ,, ; which swing with a slight a Sen:
j County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. a s I touch of the, hand), and are Distri
:'t : Jack- Collector of Reienue-J. B.'Hardee,, Perry..
: Infrom
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; thus
m? ? enabled to furnish double
Assessor f'Tc, s-R., L. Henderson.ST. t
: J. Brown, JOHN'S ie, ', __ the space generally given on Infrom i
:''= "reach side; and when cases :are I i
J. Rus- County Judge-M.\ R. Cooper St. '
f Augus- '' ;- the whole hit t
tine. open w
.n F Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. flooded with light and all a Senvial 11

;r} Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily readied with') Infrom

S Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection,and applied to "

I' ':'} t Augustine.. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks. Infrom I I

1; 1 Jasper. St. Augustine.

i it H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, -.g---i ; .a THE "WOOTO2J in On th!:
St. Augustine. ___ ,
W. Reed, fromthe
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Cabinet Office Secretary.
,. ; : County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, ofFr:
{. i' Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. for tl
: Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Electitirst
+ r '' Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.Collector The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented ])

Sumterville.of Revenue-Joseph! Hutchinson, 1 to the business public. One hundred and fromfill In

?' Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under tltion ;

Brooks- ston, Sumterville., .. .. one lock and key Especially adapted for Merchants lSenat
r 'SUWANEE COUNTY. QEl l0 + Manufacturers Bankers Railroad Offi Gene

r+ .C. Russell, County Judge M. M: Blackburn, Live : !: after
:i Oak. generally 1382 ;;

: "" ,: ; \:; Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Infrom
''r,':. 'i Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
.1, Lti'I; '; Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS : to HI
," -i.1 : Collector of Revenue-Wilson.H. Sessions, tionSenai

1\\t ', !\ ; A. Givens, Superintendent of ScJiools-J. 0. C. Jones Gen:

-\: ; -: : Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A. after
"<. : I Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.. 1882A

I, <, :#>l't : prise.ClerkJohn County. Judge-James H. Chandler,'Enter- SEWING MACHINES. oft\

{ 'f.:. i{ : : W. Dickins, Enterprise. slit oral!:
Sheriff W. A. Cone
;, 1 Enterprise.
". :+ ,; Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen .
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.'' ;I 1 i 1- R. Taylor, Cove.Collector of Rerenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen ."" ; f; t :, :,;. ../, ,.<. .4... J .i -rIlt1. RUNiJREwItNz
.\ i./.1.1 ::' Mon- Cove. J"; j.( ; ... ct K .t< ,I .t.-.... \ .
.il :: Superintendent 'of Scfiools-L. D. Hnston,

4' !! Mon- Enterprise. *., __ ._ .' "':" ... -"."' .;......- '" --
:t' WAKULLA COUNTY. : : ;;::: :: :

I... ..1 :,\; : Wau- County Judge::-VT.-Ai Giles, Crawfordville. I '

:.' Sheriff Charles Alligood Crawfordville. ..I "
: Clerk-rN .\ *-:Walker,*Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA
i';"',, ;$ Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,

+ 1.,, : r "; : Crawfordville. DIPROVEIEXT COMPANY.
( County Treasurer- W.. Walker OWN
I ::..', !I' : : Troy. ,New fordville. Craw- T CL iifl9
'I'I : I Collector oj Ret'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw- e'
:I 'J I '':a ; t ; : New fordville. Fernandina,
Assessor of Taxes-R. H. Walker Craw-
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,t .: i. f., ; : fordville. Towns .on R. R. Line
: \ :: i ; And( Cedar
,',,'i.i';.. ; i Townsend, County Judge-John Chain. .Key. .
"I' : Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
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'r,' J : Robinson. -
I ;' l!\ Tallahassee. Collector of Rrtentle-'V.: J. Williams.
.\ Assessor of Taxes-W. J.
Stephens. | [Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large u
I*! ? i Superintendent of SC/LOots-David Tinner. -

': ;, :' : N.Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable

t t i County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
: : : Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
'I' :; : Talla Sheriff W.M. Bowen. .;
i 4' : \ i Treasurerr-T Seville. City or Suburban Residences
:: Tallahas Collector of Reneriue-J. D. Filles.

i 1 F:. :: ; 'l\; i 'Assessor of:I'axes--'V.' H. Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS. a 1 1kH
\ '" t" Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.DADE. ;
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Liberal Discounts Values allowed ;
>' 3 on to
t kJ "1 :" : Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. !
,.\ \ I Cedar Clerk-P. W, Faulkner. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
t -,10: \; : Sheriff Wm; M. Mattaur.
: r B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- I Ir

'1 .:':'\ : : Collector ofRet'entle-'Vm. H. Benest. in
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,f aM, Assessor of, Taxes-Wm.:H. Benest. -: erty purchased. substantial improvements tic<
,. .. i: r 10\
; \; ; Madi JACKSON. for:residence. or in which to conduct then eVt
'. 1 County Judge-George Baltzell.. a
: Y t Clerk-Frank business. I .
Philips. R1IGULAfi.Pr.f' :
.. .l\: : t'"rECT sir :
: : ; Sheriff Andrew Scott.
I M. "i; J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heani. .IXDUCE\IE\ TS' TO MANUFACTURERS ; '{ rtNCVER
.', .. : Collector of Rel.'enucJohn'B.nders l. t, OUT o r'-ORD ER. ntl
:i I !L.:i ; : Madison ..Assessor of Taxes\\1.. B. Wynn.Superintendent by exemption for a term of years from C't\s No ElJl1A
.q Wadsworth, of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin.FRANKLIN. -fl J.'J,

{,'1. .1'\ : r : :Mad taxation, offered by the several cities and N1WH t JiHr I r CHIt vo((
\ : Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to J toG
i'l''. : Clerk-J. A. Atkins.SheriffS. CHAS. W. LEWIS 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK. ,
..:::. Manatee. .:A.-Floyd. '' Fernandina. ,,\CAQo RAND Sl\.ANl:4 !S Ill
.e ;:-.: :: Treasurer-R. II. Porter. jar0ffice, cor. Beach &7thsts.' c ILL. o MASS.F P GA. Joan
.t .\" ; Collector ofRevenne-George'A. Patton. ..,
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ti'i'c : : Braden Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. : .\ $ tll
;:. t Superintendent of Schools-Henry C.'Hicks. 6. ,'$'. iI".4. .w .iii'Ic; Wood, Wood. I l
: ;; 3 1 G. Carlton tohy<
; GADSDEN. : Having recently established a Wood-Yard

ii't', J. Seward, Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. .. ., ,, -,{:,.A ; ;:.,::t",,u.,-,_;' ': ,:," -,_- :. near Dury e's mill, provided with all the earp,
: S Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. r ::'." '<'>- -# :'t: / rJ'r'.J; < I necessary .ryforsawing andsplittin
,r J ; : 0 Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. -.-:'., ::.;;'4,f::.> ;, : 1 FIRE-WOOD, of
Treasurer-A. M. Smith. rr'Wt -
':\.- Ocala ,: }7 : I I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood C
: Collector ofRe-renue-R.M. .
;:,: Morgan.Assessor .. sawed for either stove or fireplace I 1 o
; > .f to any lengths,
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:' 1 I 1 I l' t of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul.. ; '..".-". I at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.
;,f::1 Superintendent of Schools-C. E' J... Allison. : J. A. E.LI.ER mM\NS.

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for or against a Convention and did therein' H Newton W
Joseph C
ELECTION. Morgan. George L
OF. provide and direct that the Secretary of ST. MARK'S BRANCH. ,
NOTICE Martin W P Streety. Gustave Stark, William NOKTH.Dcy Pat. Nt Pas. '
State: should incorporate, with the notice of Sharp William B Bell J.H Mooney,. A.M. P.M. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)

Singular the Sheriffs of the the General Election to be Mild in the year Joseph Mode, F A Latham, John Douglass, Leave Key..................... '7.35 7.50 Leave Tallahassae.....:.............. .._ 8.00ant-
To ill and 188a notice of such recommendation Cornelius Donovan. Henry Hobein Alfred Leave Rosewood.................. 8.07 8.30 Arri\.e'Vakulla............................. 9.05 a m.
Stole of Florida: with roper instructions as to the mode ofcompliance H' Waas James Bell, George A Latham. Leave Otter Creek................. 8.38 9.12 Arrive St. Mark's-........................ 9.30am '
'OW YE that I, JOHN I.... CRAWFORD, with such recommendation ; Carl L Lange, Henry Peterson, Thomas B Leave Bronson......... ........... 9.15 10.00 Leave St. Mark's-.......................10.00 a.m : 1
TT> 'of State, of the State of Flor- Now, THEREFORE, 'notice of such recom- Bellows. Robert Hanley. John. Rikart, A J Leave; Atelier....................... 9.45 10.35 Arrive Waknlla........,...................10.25am
: Secretary Thereby notify *H and angular the mendation is: hereby given, and the follow- Braswell, Julius Klotz. J W Flynn. S Car- Leave Palmer.......................10.01 10.54 Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 am' : .'
ida .tfo of the several l Counties of the State ing instructions are hereby given as to the' rio, Thomas Heidt Tolbert Little, Ned x Leave:Arredondo..........;......10.15 11.11
'urry, hen : that mode of compliance. with such recommendation Jones, Parish Simmons;;J6ftn"S Lee New- Leave Gainesville..................10.40 '11.36A CONNECTIONS.At .
of Honda : ton Bradley, Henry x Knabb-* John L' Taylor Ttf. Jacksonville, with Wavcross Line for

.\. GF.XEltAL.ELECTIO. First, Any: elector, desiring to vote at such Elias McFarland Wabby 'x Washington Arrive Waldo;...... .. ............11.23 12.30 all points North and East; with the Fernan-
Jn each County in 'Florida on election in favor of such Convention, shall Henry Hawley Joseph 'Blake, Eph Leave Waldo.......................11.35 2.00 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
\\111 p. I'\1ext succeeding the first Monday have written or printed on the same balloton raim Coleman, Daniel x King, Henry x Leave Thurston.....................11.56 2.30 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
TU ttctuber, A. D. 1884, the said Tuesday which the names'of the person or Holzendorf John L Whaley, George Bell, T>. %r. the St. Johns River, St. Augustine,. etc. ;
in ., persons voted for for any office or offices at Marshall Irons, Freeman x Ferrell, William Leave Starke-.......................12.30 '2.47 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen -.
being the day of November, said election are written or printed, and on F Wood, Jr L Beugnet '' Walter Roberts, Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer- .
Fourth the same side thereof as such names are Samuel x Savage. Dread 'Benton, Paul x Leave Lawtey_.....................12.58 3.23 na 1dih.a. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
For a Governor and Lieutenant-Governor written or printed and not on the other Copelia, Joseph Blake, Allen x Harker, Leave Highland.......,...,...,.._ 1.14 3.45 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida
of the State of Florida, and for four Electors side, the words FOR A CONVENTION;" Chas A Newman William Wilson, Council Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 &Western Railroad.At .
of pre dent, and Vice-President of the United and any elector desiring to vote against such Williams R H Jackson, Willis Hall. Jack Arrive Baldwin ...;................. 2.00 4.50 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

Stat ; a Convention, shall have written or printedon Warren, Toney x Wyllie, Andrew x Brown, Leave .Baldwin..................... 2.05 5.40 Railroad Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday .
the First Con-
or Representative of such ballot, on the side thereof above Frank Foster, Henry x Holzendorf Sr., Leave .
F one Brandy Branch...,........ 2.25 6.00 s.
J : \ of Florida in the Forty.SnS ,- prescribed, "the words AGAINST A CON-' Henry x Walker, Ephraim x Coleman, Leave Dutton.._..................... 2.40 6.15 At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- :
g I:: of the United States; VENTION. Joseph x King Chas H Berg, Geo x Hills, Arrive'Callahan.................... 3.10 6.50 cola & Atlantic Railroad for:Marianna.Pen-
For one ]let,yesentative of the Second Second, The votes cast on this question G W Robinson Samuel x Young, J W x Leave Callahan..........,........_. 3.18 7.10 sacola, .1\Iobile. Montgomery New Orleans,
Fell.'FS. of Florida in the For- shall be canvassed, and declaration and Smith. M R x Redmond Henry .x Simp- Louisville
Leave Hart's. Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 and all points. West, Southwest,
IyC SSSSUs; : of the United States. return thereof shall be made by the Inspectors kins, Henry x Smith Hansell H Keith,Jasper and
Arrive Fernandina-............... 4.38 8.40 Northwest, and with all boats for Apalachicola -
same day a General Election and by County Canvassing Boards: ,and Williams Jonah x Jones, Jeffrey x Columbus and Eufaula.
.\\nd on will be held the State Canvassing Board, in the same Armstrong. Henry Beard.' John A .Eller- Night jt3r Passenger Day Passenger daily.PENINSULAR.daily except Sunday; The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to .
manner and at the Mime time as votes cast mann. William x Birt Rufus x Walker\ all points West.Through .
\ COUnty of Escambia for a Senator for persons for offices at said election are Warren Mason, R H Lee, ,Peter x Blue, j Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths : ,
1"\ ft the F'rstSenatortal 1 District; required by law to be canvassed, declared Henry Allen Alex x .Foreman. Isaac .x DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, :
fr.ll.; the County of Jackson for a Senator and returned. Sharklev, A Steil. (WALDO WILDWOOD' AND LEESBURQ.) and at new office southwest corner of Bay ,
!! the!Third Senatorial District; The attention of the Sheriffs is called to GOING SOUTH. and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
front:theGmuntiesuf i Calhoun and Franklin the law requiring them to cause a notice of a A. o. MACDONELL,
In / said election to be in We the undersigned, hereby'certify that Day Pas. Nt Pas.
snatur from the Fifth Senatorial Dis- published a newspaper Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent
fort the whose in the fore- P.M. A.M.
trio; printed theCountyandiftherebenopaperpublished persons names the appear attached Leave Waldo..............:......... 3.00 12.40 Fernandina, Fla. .
and Waukulla in the shall at going petition signed same or
1 In'tlie Counties of Liberty County, they cause their marks in and Leave Dixie........................ 3.21 1.10 C. W. MAXWELL,
east thereto
the Seventh Senatorial five copies of this notice to be postedin -our presence,
from Master of
for a Senator that neither deception Leave Hawthorne:............ ...- 3.37 1.33 Transportation.
the most public places in the fraud.bribery was
District; County.IN used in said marks.F. Leave Lochloosa.................... 3.57 2.03 Baldwin, Fla.
TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto procuring signatures or
Jefferson for Senatorfrom
of D. E.
In the County a Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 MAXWELL J
the Ninth Senatorial District; set my hand and affixed theL. R. KRUSE. Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.36 2.52 General Superintendent. :
of Hamilton for Senatorfrom [ s.] Great Seal County a Fernandina Fla.
In Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08
the Eleventh Senatorial District : Tallahassee the Capital, this, the WARREN MASON, Leave Silver Spring,.,.,,.,.,.... 5.31 3.35
-iry In the County of Alaehua for a Senatorfrom twentieth play of'Au u5t. A, D.1884. P. W. KING. Leave Ocala.........................- 5.45 4.00 Savannah, Florida and Western
;ht the Thirteenth Senatorial District; JOHN L.CRAWFORD, C.ESAR BAKER Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50

In the County of Bradford for a Senatorfrom Secretary of State., HOGARTH WILLIAMS, Arrive Oxford?......,,........,..... 6.42 5.09 RAILWAY.
aye the Fifteenth Senatorial District; J. A. ELLERMANN: Sheriff Nassau County. HENRY HAWLEY. Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30

ve- In the County of Putnam for a Senatorfrom Fernandina Fla., August 29188440td. .- Arrive Leesburg.................... 7.33 6.10 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.
uidtli. the Seventeenth Senatorial District; t
In the County of Marion for a Senatorfrom STATE OF FLORIDA, ) GOING NORTH. All trains of this road are run by Central

In the Counties Senatorial this day personally appeared before Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 slower than Jacksonville. time.ON .
;ht a Senator from the Twenty-first To the Hoard of Couniy Commissioners,' Nassau rue Arthur Steil, to me well.mown. who Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 -
ire Di+trict: of Siunter for Senatorfrom County State, of Florida: : .' being duly sworn, deposeth anti says that Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 and after Sunday, July 13, 1884. Pas- '.

)leon In the County Senatorial a District RESPECTFULLY ask to be granted each and every name"or'marlcaffixed to the Leave Ocala.............?............ 8.30 8.42 ger. Trains will leave and arrive as
Twenty-third the County of Walton I for a Senator; I 'license for the; sale of Ale. In the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District; Liquors i in'the City of Fernandina, and enclose party purporting to have signed the same, Leave.Anthony Place............ 9.15, 9.28 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. ,
re from the Counties of Polk and Manatee foraSeoatnrruin herewith the signatures of a majority and that said signatures were signed in the Leave Sparr's.;...................... 9.25 9.45 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:25 am'
is In presence of at least two credible witnesses, Leave Lake................
the Twenty-seventh Senato- of the l legally registered voters of this precinct Orange 9.40 10.08 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p 111
11 District: as required bv law. and that there was no fraud, bribery or deception Leave Lochloosa10.02 10.45 Arrive at Callaahn daily at.......,... 8:03 am'

fiat, the County; of Volusia for a Senator ARTHUR STEIL. in procuring said signatures or Leave Hawthorne................10.23 11.15 Arrive at Waycross daily at....,...... 9:45 a In
10 from In tlie Twenty-ninth Senatorial District; Fernandina Fla., Sept. 19, 1884. marks of said persons whose names appear Leave Dixie:.....:...................10.40 11:35A. : Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 p m
In the County of St. John's for a Senator signed to the above petition. 1\1. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......- 3:25 p m
I III from, the Thirty-first Senatorial District; We, the undersigned, voters of Election ARTHUR STEIL. Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.05 12.15JI2f' Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m
On) the same day at election' will be held Precinct No. 1, in Nassau comIty State of Subscribed and sworn to before me, this "Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive Pensacola' daily at.........11:45 a m

in\ the County of Madison for a Senator Florida, respectfully request that the above 19th. day of September.CHAS.1884. H. BERG Night Passenger daily.F. Arrive at Mobile daily at.............. 4:10 a m
Arrive at New Orleans at..... 9:45
from the Tenth Senatorial District, to fill petition be granted. Notary Public. daily a m

the vacancy occasioned by the resignationof R Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
Hogarth Williams Joseph Longwood, & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
W. Pope, who ;was elected Senator A McBean, John Crandall, George x De cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
for the term of four year, at the General Motte, P W King, Henry Scott, Eddie Reynolds DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC (FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE.) cola. Mobile New Orleans. Texas all trans-
Election held\ on the first Tuesday after the Warren Commodore Johnson
fir .Monday\ November A. D.:1882; i ::!, Stephen x Leave Fern a 1111 i na....................... 7.30 a. m. wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
In the County of Duval for a Senator Somersault x Cooper, Henry Clay, ESTABLISHED 1875. Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. B. & W. R. 11. at 12.45 m.

a from, the Eighteenth Senatorial District, to Charles Lewis x x Spaulding Williams, John Benjamin x Benjamin Wright,, -- Arrive Jacksonville............. ...... 9.10a.m. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping p. Cars on this

r fill the vacancy occasioned by the .resi ma- Owen x Love, Isaac :McCall Henry x Com GOING NOhTH. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile

tHia!\ of Jonathan C. Grceley, who was elect modore, Samuel 'xWight, George x Clinch Leave Jacksonville..................... 5.00p.m. and New Orleans., .
s'tMtor for the term of four years, at the Louis x Joseph, Stephen x Morris. Edwardx DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.04p.m. ,. ..
General Election held on the first Tuesdayafter Johnson,_Thomas Wilkerson, Jonas x Arrive Fernandina.................... 6.40p.'m. FAST MAIL ..
the first Monday of November, A. D. McCall, Cupid x.Armstrong. Henry x Keyser Jj'2r Trains
Bs2: ; S A Mode; Charles x Jones, Alfred x SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00 p m
lu the County Monroe for a Senator &. :GO.' Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p m
Hampton, Plato x King, George x Anderson A.M. P. 1'1.
from: the Twenty-fourth, Senatorial District .. .. ... Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m
Peter x Miller. Jesse x T 'nes, Parish Leave Jacksonville. ... 9.10 6.55
moll a vacancy occasioned by the resignation Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m
Johnson Peter Peterson Louis Watson, Arrive Fernandina..10.30 8.20
x x
of George W. Allen who was elected Fred x-Gibson, James x Love, Israel x Leave Fernandina............... 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
Senator for the term of four sears: at the / Arrive Charleston ........
at at. 1:45
=1. PHARMACISTS 1= daily a m
first Grant, Sandy x Williams. Charles x Cooper. Arrive Jacksonville............... 8.25 ( ..25CONNEL'TIONS.
general election held on the Tuesday Arrive Washington.D.C.daily at11:00 p In
Merrick Alberti. McCann
after the first Monday of November, A. D. x Stephen x Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30: a m
Wti. Samuel x Brown John x Wells, Edgar x

And in each of the respective Countiesof Johnson, R J x Williams, Albert Reynolds, Cpntre Street, Connecting at Savannah with Through
the\ State a General Election for its constitutional Thomas L Wilson Frederick Kruse, W H Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room .
II Snead, Dempsey Alexander John x Al- AT FERNANDINA, FLA., Sleeping Cars, Savannah to New York with-
number of Members of the Gen-
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, With New York and Fernandina Steam-
berti Amos Atkinson Hunter out
x Joseph x change. ,
eral ,
j Assembly, towitEscambia Line from New York and
Abraham x Tremmins, George x Riley, ship on Tuesday, JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. ;

jj County three; Isaac x Pino, Curtis x Williams, Levi KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- for New York on Thursday. Leave Jacksonuille! daily at-......... 5:20 p m
Santa Rosa County two With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
j ; Young, William x Blue, Toney x Riley. of FRESH and PURE FOR- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:32 a m
Walton\ County two; Julius Evans Butler Francis Jr. Danielx EIGN and DOMESTIC nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .
; x Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:15 p m
i ii Holmes\ County one ; Mitchell, James Long, James x Stewart, CALLAHAN. Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 9:00 p m
i, Washington Franklin County one; Edward x Rodgers Doc x Scott, John x Drugs and Chemicals i To and from Savannah'and Charleston, Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:15 a m
Calhoun County one' Washington. Robert x Miller, Benjamin x ,. rr I and all points North and West., daily.AT Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m
j County one; Fuller Frank x Emerson Robert x Cunningham BALDWIN,'FLA., Leave Newnansville daily at........ 6:20 p m
I jI Jackson[ County three; W H Hannahan Emanuel x Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines, To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Leave New Branford daily at-...... 7:50 p m.

Wakuha luert.nmtr one; Pappena, W J x Jones John Baker, Obed and all points South, West, and Northwest, Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.15 p m
j 1 Gadsden County one; x McDonald. Willis x Waters Van x Ellison Proprietary and 'Fancy Goods, daily. Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:30 a m

,jj j Leon County three; Peter Bonaud. Boston x Floyd Jeff x AT HAWTHORNE Arrive at Albany daily at-............ 2:25 a m

!i I II Jefferson County four four; Harris, Daniel x Williams Joseph x Bowls, FINE TOILET ARTICLES, To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p nv
I Madison County ; Harry x Joseph, John Harget July x WILDWOOD.. Arrive at :Macon daily at............... 7:00 am
County three; Mitchel, John x Felder, Jacob x Harris, Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:35 p m
With Line to and from Brooksvilleand
Taylor Hamilton County one Joseph x Gibbs, George x Norman, Josephx PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., Tampa Stage daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:00 p,m
Couhtv two ; Baker Alexander ...... .
Cooper Joseph x x Arrive at Nashville daily at-... 1:25 a m
Suwannee County two ; Brinson, Peter x Johnson, Thomas x Lang IN GREAT VARIETY.! CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:10 a m
Lafayette Comity one Carey E Freeman, John Freeman. Edward With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Cincinnati! daily at-...... 7:00 a m

Columbia County thre'e'Alachua ; Mordecai, A G Wilson/ Lymus Thomas, West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Arrive Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m..
County four; Joseph Higgins Joseph Ligeour, Caesar JP fr_ Physicians' Prescriptions Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 pm
Levy County two; x Baker, John McDermott, Henry Johnson, Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:15: a m
Bradford County two : Manning Ferreira, Charles Saunders, D W carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at every Saturday., Arrive at Augusta daily at..12:20 p m

Clay County one; McClelland B McClelland. Gilbert Dor- reasonable prices. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:40 p m
Baker County roe; sey, Charles J Kimball B F Rich, Lemon for and from Key West Monday and Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m
Nassau Duval County;:two :; Foster, Henry Barker, Dudley x Williams, Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m .
St. John's County four; Charles Wright, James Long Jr., William RAILROADS. and Friday.
County two ; J Hanley. L Horsey, Sam x Vickery. For information respecting routes', rates,
Volusia County one Henry Wells, Laurence x Wilson, Obed x etc. apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m
Orange ; CARD ..............11:30
County two ; Young, William x Taylor. Cam x Robinson, TIME dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Albany daily at a m
Putnam County, two Nelson A Roundtree, William x Wright, OF THE sonville. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a m
Marion County;; two ; Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:45 a m
Richard Nelson Samuel
fcumter County,:two Arrive at Nashville daily at-.......... .8:10 a m ;
Isaiah Morrison. Allen Mitchell
x x Benjamin
Hernando County two ; FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 pm'
Bill\sborough County two; r x Germain, Thomas x Hubbard, Shadex In Effll July ISth, 1884.TRANSrf&PENINSULAR Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m .
W Smith Wilson
Hayes, Henry x George x -
Polk County ot e; Adam x,Young Lehman xTomlinson, DIVISION. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION., Arrive at St. Louis daily at............ 7:50 a m
Manatee County one; Louis x Paplio; J T x Mitchell. Matthew x (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily.at............ 7:00 a m
County one; Hawkins. James x Lawson David lx Freeman WESTWARD.No. Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars on this
Monroe krevard County one ; Freeman x Copeland James x Cul- (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) No. 3. Train to Cincinnati via Waycross.
Accom. Mail.
Louis x Deas. April Bonaparte, GOING SOUTH. Cars this
pepper Pullman Palace Sleeping on
And n the day there will be held Marshal Jenkins Roderick Baker Jamesx Leave Jacksonville....... 8.30 a m 5.55 p m
ill. same x x Day Pas. Nt Pas. via
Train to Chattanooga Jesup.
each 1 County of the State elec- Annette. Allen Johnson: Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 a m 8.03 p m
tio a general x Samuel x A.M. P.M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesvilleto
n for Leave Baldwin............ 9.15am 7.45pin
Constables al- Ambrose Leave
each County being King,Sam'l xLizzemore. x Robinson Fernandina._.10.05 4.38 Savannah.
lOWed and( entitled to' one Constable for Seck x Mitchell. Edward x McRae, Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.35 5.12 Lake City.........10.43am .11.04pm Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom

e\'Ctv County ho hundred registered voters in the Thomas x Holzendorf, Ephraim'x Latham, Arrive Callahan....................11.20 6.14 "" LiveOak............11.35 a m 1.30 p m Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.

hall provided however, that no County Stephen x Finlay, Henry x. Franklin William Leave Callahan....................:11.30 6.30 Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
have! more than twelve Constables; x Cooper James x Drummond, Jack x Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05P. Monticello...,._ 1.40pm 5.30am ville to Savannah.A .
fit that each County shall be entitled to at Baker, Sandy Sye, Prince x Brooks, Jeta M. Arrive Tallahassee...... ..26 pm 8.14am Restaurant has been opened at Way-

# Bus tt\'of Constables, regardless of the x Burrows Louis x' Jenkins. Henry x Leave Brandy Branch.........12.12 7.22 Leave" ,Tallahassee......- &33 p m 8.40 a m cross and abundant time will be allowedfor
registered voters. Hooper Samuel x Cammel, Joseph x Baker, Arrive Baldwin....................12.30 7.45 Quincy ......-...... 4.35pm 10.30am meals by all passenger trains.
Florida 11'ntREAs: the Legislature of the State of Sable x Keyser, Henry x. Bell Moses x Leave Baldwin.....................12.35 8.30 Arrive,Chatta. River... 5.45 p in 12.23 am Connects at Jesup with E. T., Va. & Ga.

voto ; of 4- D. 1831 did, determine by a Armstrong,.William Joseph, John King, Leave Maxville.................... 1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No. for Brunswick.
to, a maJority of all the members elected George x Bryant, Frederick x Baker R. W. Leave Highland..................... 1.22 9.27 No. 4. Connecting at Savannah with'steamers for
ilee 2rof the houses thereof that it is. Colwell, Mingo. Anderson. John x Finlay, Leave Lavrtey..;".... 1.37 9.47 Accom. Mail. New York, Philadelphia,.Boston and Balti-
CoiKM1-? to cause a revision of the entire Simon x Johnson, Sr., Bristo x Roberts, Leave Temple's...................... 1.55 10.16 ,Leave Chatt'chee River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m more. {
MicKfn.of' ; said State and did enter George x Sopsion, John W x Smith,' Sr, Leave Starke......................... 2.210.25 Quincy -............11.5" a m 3.15 pm Connecting at Charleston withfor steamers
Journalmlmatln upon their respectiveand James x A\"er.May x Small, Julius x Wit ,Leave Thurston.... 2.32 10.44 Arrive Tallahassee12.55 pm 4.50 pIn New York Philadelphia and Baltimore.
aid\! i8' with the yeis: and nays thereon, liams. George x Terry, Augustus D x Myers, Arrive Waldo....................... 2.52 11.16 Leave Tallahassee ........ 1.05 p m 5.20pm Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail '
refer, the Mme to the Legislature Adam Gibbs, Thomas E Bliss, Wyley x A.M. Monticello.1.40pm 6.30 pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage

Len,;is l.tture 1ext to, bechoscn:; ; and, vJiereas, the Jones, Daniel R Baxter Samuel Brown, Leave Waldo........................ 3.00 1.00 It: Madison ............ 3.43 pm 9.55pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
to'wit.; Ti r aid State then 1 next chosen, Green x Henderson, John S Clark, Henry Leave' Gainesville.................. 3.45 2.10 h Live Oak..._...... 5.02 p in 12.10 a m and sections secured at Company's office in
b r: a Legislature' \ of A. D. 1883, did, Knabb, R Austin, Lewis x Cooper. George Leave Arredondo................... 4.03 2.36 ", Lake City......... 6.04 p m 2.30 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot .
each Ilouse majority of the members elected to Robinson. John C Rutishauser, J Fred Loh- Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.16 2.45 Arrive.Baldwin............ 7.39 pm 5.38 am Ticket, Office and on board People's
revision thereof, agree to such proposed man Albert Gfaiber Henry Gage. John Leave Archer...................;.... 4.30 3.17 Leave Baldwin............ 7.43p.m6.20' am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand
of lSS3 Vaill whereas the said Legislature Gardner,. Robert Fitzgerald, Michael Fitz- Leave Bronson.. 5.00 '4.00 Arrive Jacksonville:...,.. 8.25 pm 7.36am JENSIE LANE.

ttmmenj tA by resolution duly passed, re- patrick, John x Elbert 0 B Murray', C R Leave Otter Creek................;. 5.37 4.45 Trains 1 and 2'daily; Trains3 and 4 will JAS. L. ,TAYLOR, .
or the tine electors of the next election Manucy, James Mooney:W II Pope Jasper Leave Rosewood ._ 6.10 5.30 not mn west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent.

members of the Legislature to vote W Latham, BF Waas.C_H Huot. Z Nichola Arrive Cedar Key................. 6.40 6.10 will run :Mondays. A. M. 1VES, Agent.. ..J


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;4 THE FLORIDA MIRROR 110 YT AND HONEY. Range of Thermometer For Sheriff.I I I $'O Reward

"' 'FOB THE'WEEK ENDING FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER 19, hereby present myself to the Democrats The citizens of Fernandina will I
\'... A HARMONIOUS :MEETING: OF TilE NASSAU ,DEMOCRACY nO #Y'8 DRUG STORE. as a. candidate for Sheriff and respectfullysolicit reward of two hundred and fifty doliP,1the

= \ i Jl.OO A' YEAR; $J.OO.FOR SIX MONTHS -EXCELLENT NOMINATIONS. c. .. their support. arrest with evidem-e to convict ,,- .*'
,. CHAS. W. CONE.A fiend who t bt i
44+ + I The Democratic County Convention of 1I.1-: ::: = = perpetrated the heinous (:
l 1, .::. .. B ectlons. 'Nassau, for the nomination of two_ candi- .,". j I. C'1 I'i ::.. !r. Wind on the night of'August 9th, 18S4 upon utra tti. I
; 4 4r t. t ti I M Card. person of an aged resident.
dates for the next held at I..f' :itSaturdavSePct.13 :: ::. I I
Legislature was -
tiL '.; The bno '-tender Alanthus was in port yes \ My name having been mentioned fre- J. W. SCIICYLEJ. p..
78 83 82 81
r .'. Callahan on Saturday I last, September( 13. in'connection with the, position of Fur tha
; quently
t : terday. Sunday ... ........ 79 83 81 81 N.E.. Citizel1
: Fernandina. Fla.
Hon. H.J. Baker chairman of the Sheriff Nassau I to state thus AugusMERCHANT t 14,1s8.1.
'.- County County, bed: ,
Monday _...........15 84 83 8'1 N.E.
.. The Academy of the Sisters of St. Joseph ,
t &: Executive Committee, ;?called the conventionto Tuesday ........_..16 ,,50 '85 85 S.'V. publicly that, while I appreciate) the' good --- --- --
; will the first of next month. \ 831 offices of friends for various ,
A open on my TAILOR.
t order at.l2:30 clock, and was made temporary 'V.ednes. ;:4.Ii 80 8G 85 s.'V. r
:' The Democratic nominees for the Assembly chairman John Owens of Evergreen Thursday ...;......18 ,, 8G 85 W.791 personal to myself: I cannot accept the posi-
; .. .. 184 831 tion. In.thus declining: the honor, I beg to R.
t" October.. Friday .. ..... ...19. 85 S.E. G. McQUITTY
..: will stump the county early being elected temporary secretary.The ---- say to my friends that in the present incum-
I chairman the bent of the office they have a man better Has removed his business to the
t.. M J i, appointed, following rooirs \
favorable MARINE.Port suited for the position'than any other man the New' York Bakery, oVe
on Centre
I W. ,Hilliard
credentials C.
on : in the and 1 ask them strew
county, to support He has received an assortment t
r ',, county. 'V.T.. Farmer, J. D. Buford. N. A. Hicks, of Fernandina. him at the election. goods for'entlemen's wear, and Of8eIOnabTe is: m-erml: ,

r Nearly, 800 bales of cotton were shipped G. L. Baltzell. HIGH WATER. II. C. PICKETT. to make them, up to suit all tastes in the wb

'' from this port by the Sea Island. Route this The,committee, after due deliberation,,reported Saturday, Sept.. 20..... 8:37: A.M. 8:51: P. M. Callahan.Fla., August 27 1884. best.style. oldins
L ..... Repairinpr neatly done.
the accredited del- Sunday, 21. 9:16:30.: (
c ; L; .. week. following as duly Monday, 22...... 9.52 10:08 Clam Chowder Fernandina-Fhi., July 12: 1884. tbt

rt :',. The elegant front to the Mode Bros. brick egates : Tuesday ,,23......10:30: 10:47Vednesday This evening, at ,
::: and the Precinct No. 1-W. Mason, James Bell, J. \ 24......11:09 11:27 tf J. FRED I JmI.\ 's. sot
store Centre street is GO TOPRESU
on completed -
,3; t : A.Brooks, C. H. Leggett, G. L. Baltzell, R. Thursday, .!.25......11:52 0:00 h hi:-
"; building will be ready for occupancy in a Friday, 26...... 0:12" 0:42": 'To Kent. '
M. Henderson' George W. Schuyler, H. J. poda
few weeks. The two-story frame residence on Centre

1 Austin's two-story brick store is nearly Baker, C. Wimberly William Bell. Sept. 12-S. P: St.ENTERED.Nicholas, Usina, Savan- street, north side, corner of Eighth street; I tb',
Precinct No. 2-Not represented. .
conveniently located. Terms Ii beral.H. .
N'' ,, finished. Mr. Austin expects'to move his Precinct No. 3-Not represented. "nah'Simmons;\:with,'agent.passengers, to F. W. E. DOTTERER. IIJ OTT Hi

l : hardware store and tinsmith there the
shop Precinct No.4-C.W. Cone. P. Goodbread, 14-S. S. City of'Pal atka, Vogel, from
; ; ensuing week. F. j; Jones. ChArleston.. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
If, '15S b: /City of Palatka Vogel, from Tracts' containing twenty acres each of
and Governor Blox- hi
+ ;: !" Charley Dougherty Precinct No. 5:-W: W. Farmer, Phineas

,,i -, ham were the recipients of several floral Johnson, Hughes. Peter Green. h' 15-S. P.Jacksonville St. Nicholas.and Usina Palatka., SavanT suitable choice high for hammock growing land and on Orange truck farm-Lake ESTABLISHED HOUSE ti,
: ,, 1 offerings from the young ladies at Lyceum Precinct No. 0-D. H. Higginbotham, J. nali ; with passengers, to F. W. ing, are now offered for sale. These lands o\

t Hall Tuesday evening last. Braddock David Wilds John Owens. Simmons,agent. FORSHOES.
t A. are very conveniently situated for transpor- -
s .Russell 18-S. S. City of Palatka Vogel, from tation, by water or rail and will be sold on sch.
The steamer Rosa arrived here Tuesday Precinct No. 7-L. Booth, W. F. Charleston. .
terms to snit Titles
: purchasers. are
I afternoon from Jacksonville, coming byway E. E. Haddock, James Haddock. 17-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder; 1,508 tionable.<<: Also valuable timber lands unques-in 'ot

of The Sisters. She went on the route Precinct No. 8-Not represented. tons, New York: freight and large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS. P

,t. between this city and Savannah. Precinct No.9-W.A.Mahoney, RaymondCay agent.passengers, to R. W.South wick,' 'February 16. 1882, Fernandina. Fla. E

Captain Usina, of the St. Nicfiolas, accompanied C. W. Hilliard, B. G. Dyal, Jas. Albrit- 19-S. S. City of Palatka. Vogel, from JUST RECEIVED AT -- r

I the excursion to King's Ferry. A ton, J. D. Buford, Jack Sauls, Allen Ogilvie. Jacksonville and Palatka. .I C:,
f Precinct No. 10-J. B. Little, L. W. Hig 17-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -
I I':: more entertaining and pleasant travelingcompanion ; freight and passengers. to The Uptown Clothing House iit
,, could not be found anywhere. ginbotham. F. W. Simmons, agent:
.u; Precinct No. 11-N. A. Hicks, J. A. Sur- 19-S. P. Rosa, Coxetter, Savannah ; v
,\ ; ;r + { o -; : Lyceum Hall was handsomely decorated W. CORNER OF SIXTH AND ASH I'
rency, J. L. Wood, T. J. Peterson. freight and passengers, to F. STREETS,
: ; : r\. by Mr. Geo. W. Schuyler, assisted by some Simmons, agent. 'a
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$ : .\.' 1 i of Fernandina's young ladies, for the Democratic The report was adopted.The 19ch.. E. A. Hayes, Hayes, Boston ; A LARGE STOCK I FALL GOODS t:
1 : : convention then proceeded to a per- td,3iizell & Bro. ,
mass meeting on Wednesday eveninglast. ,
.,, manent organization by the election of C. AJ,. i- :"CLEARED. -CONSISTING, OF A FULL' LINE OF- 1
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'" f'W. Hilliard as permanent chairman and G. Sept 14-S.. '-Si.<.city .of, Palatka t Vogel, to c
'. : I :, 1", Mr. S. _M. Lorimier has been appointed W. Schuyler as-permanent secretary.Mr. Jacksonville arid Palatka. MEN'S, ', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 5I

t 1g f.j'j' i-: local agent here/by Manager Watson, of the J. D. Buford, of Callahan, moved that ,. 13-S. !..Pi..St.. .Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -' ,

': 1; r ..1" new steamboat combination. His office will any precinct not represented by a regular Simmons; with, passengers, by F. W. Gents' Furnishing; Goods, Umbrellas, etc.,
., ., be located in Swann's concrete block, on delegate, be admitted to vote through a resident 18-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, toCharleston. Which I WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE LV THE 1
V: 1';.> Centre street of the precinct. Carried-ayes 16, CITY. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget tbej place: .
: fi'r'L1: ; b I "- Dave Wilson, known all over the State as noes 10.Under. ,* 16-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan- 16- THE UPTOWN CLOTHING HOUSE.-tt W. J. LOHMAN.
-' nah ; with passengers by F.
: of the most successful of this motion Mr.
.Jfrf r one traveling agents the adoption Simmons agent.

\j': j :4, ; in the mercantile business, has accepted the George W. Hodge was allowed to represent 12-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder 1,508 .(

'{: ,'r position of general traveling agent of the Precinct No. 8. tons, New York ; freight and r

,' ,.N' newsteamboatcombination between Savan- The convention then agreed that where passengers Agent. by R. W.Southwick, 1

.;.: ; i. I nah. and the upper St. John's river. the precinct is not fully represented, the del- .18-S., P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan- t

+::' j. 1t f t: Tho following is the cargo of the steamer egates should cast the full vote. nah ; freight and passengers, by SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS. ,

I" ,I 'I .:',I San Antonio, which sailed from this port The roll of the precincts was then called ", 17--S. F.P.W.Rosa Simmons, Coxetter, agent., Savannah : 00 i It t I

:'!' Ii I Thursday evening last: 148 cases cedar, 222 for the presentation of candidates.Mr. freight and passengers, by F.W. 00 WE II WE JUST RECEIVED

<'. ; bbls. rosin, 120< .bbls. spirits. 1 bbl. oil, 68 H. J. Baker, chairman of the delega- Simmons, agent. tj J

:/ .; u packages merchandise, 20 pails shrimp, 16 tion from Precinct No. 1, announced the -----'r- A full and complete assortment of t

."' .1 bbls. and 177 boxes honey, 50,000 ft.lumber. name of Fred W. Hoyt as the choice of the ,For Sheriff.Lannouncemyself a candidate for Sheriffof 00 y

: -t Through t1 courtesy of Master J. G. Mc- Fernandina precinct. Nassau County, and ask for the votes of rJ1 GARDEN and FIELD ,SEEDS ,
: Precinct No. 4 presented the name of W. all the Democrats.. : : ,
:: : cf'f, Giffin, son of our esteemed fellow-towns I IP
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A. Mahoney.The BURT G. DYAL. II
: : I n: man, James McGiffin, we are in receipt CallahanFla. 26 1884. I
August ,
:- other precincts endorsed the nominations -. IN BULK AND IN PAPERS,
-1\ of an invitation to attend the exercises -
\ of the of the of :Messrs. Hoyt and Mahoney.Mr. For Sheriff. '
: : -, '\ : twenty-fifth anniversary
G. L. moved that the nomi- Which we offer
Baltzell <
,'. 'I.j: ': Eastman Business College at Poughkeep- The undersigned announces himself.as a 1-4
"., ,'"\I;, ", .,"),".1,', !' sic, N. Y. nations of Fred W. Hoyt and W. A. Mahoney candidate for Sheriff,. Nassau County, and
'' "''" r I be made by acclamation, which. was asks the support of the Democratic voters of At Prices LOWER than the Producers. 0
>.' L rt'; ; Gov. Bloxham and wife arrived here on unanimously carried. the county at the coming election.J. U

.1'; ". ', Tuesday last, and registered at Uje Stratli.i A. .ELLERMANN. 00 ._
f'I : called Mr. Mahoney made a
I Being upon, Fernandina, Fla., August 29, 1884.
; t.''s t I tl ': more. The Governor came here by special
: short speech, full of suggestions as to the
f ?:.. : '.,':. invitation of the Cleveland and Perry Club duty of all in this campaign, and showing For Collector of Revenue.The .

?.,; j jI'I": i;' : -' i to address the people here and at King's clearly that he fully understood the duty he friends of Mr. WARREN F. ScOTT beg -. FRED W. HOYT & CO. VIWHOLESALE

I ; :' ,U!::, '-; Ferry. Mrs. Bloxham is still enjoying theI had accepted and was equal to the situation. to present his name for the consideration of h

;'j .- ',h, sea air at the Strathmore, while the Governor the Democratic voters of Nassau county for Q SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,
.! ;" .1 The convention then proceeded to consider re-election. Mr. Scott, as is well known,
,:t !k1!(: r 1 ,,,r h returned to Tallahassee Thursday. the "side-show", resolution, and after has been a good and faithful officer and if W 0t
J 'l .. :r' We do not think it possible to :crowd the matter had been fully explained by elected will serve with the same fidelity to W FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. '
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.. the that has done heretofore.For .
I t { ': \>>( more real enjoyment into one day than was people ;he
I', ,j'li: ; Judge Baker, in his usually clear and terse cc .-

: '.:+; 'I ';:;,4 I experienced by the excursionists to King's manner: it was determined.to,adopt< the.sug- CZerf4' of" the' Circuit Court., SEEDS ,SEEDS SEEDS !

,j : ," :, r. t: Ferry on Wednesday. The day was perfect, gestions of the State convention in that We respect t ully.present 1 to the Democratic .. I ." .

G \' '' ))1N.',' I the company the best, untold reminders of respect.On voters of Nassau county the name of JohnA.

}'+(' :,,jj r. ,. another story making the crowd merry a motion of Mr. C. H. Leggett, the old Edwards for re-election to the office of

I \ 11' ,,;.L\,.C. ,}"j!9,i IJ( tI" ,;:-,:' swift and staunch 'little steamboat carrying I IL' County Executive Committee was continued eight Clerk': years. of the Mr.Circuit'Edwards Court.has filled For the the position past-

.ti. ', I: :' :: you through some of the most beautiful in office until next convention, with first as Deputy then as Clerk with

'k 1 ::la ,.\!' ,1 .j, scenery to be witnessed on any river, the power to fill its own vacancies.Mr. credit to himself and the county, and in .
1 s ,; :: f.', magnificent entertainment of the good our opinion no better man could be found '
+ J. td, .. people : Owens offered the following icsolu- for the AND RETAIL.
: of the added to the sweet strains
:: ;' rr., .' Ferry, tion, which was duly seconded and carried: MANY VOTERS OF THE COUNTY.
I ,\' ,4 It I of Way Down Upon the Swannee River," Resolved, That no delegate: be received ,
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'ic-SP nE3' ''" Ba*&8* 1* T" '"iir '- E jI:!g'sSilSIZ.gTISiJjySsrs! --t "'-ru: ir =r- :: V jSiS": *>aS3' :tsst -
>If, ''Y\. ; ", i and similar inspiring tunes from the band- hereafter in any convention in this county For Tax: Assessor. -

c.' l.",jJ! )! : : the man who did not feel elevated nor enjoy without proper. credentials from his..respective Believing' that I have proven myself a

'ii i the trip must indeed be' a cynic. The excursion precinct.Mr. faithful servant of the people of Nassau t. w- -- _--s--
: Mac Williams then invited to ad- and '' j '
was jcounty. considering .myself by 'reasonof 5
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: 1 31 will be those T- "J S 3.-ai-*g-J- tSEt=VJ&:aaifiuai"'"- jr* P'": rLBi& 3 p
1 forgotten by "
: I never to =je3ig j tESiHB=rrf s= S Tas3==*== K 'i HH-T'ttF. rr-r'.-=-_ -._*.-_ --ftuEsimry
I 'fA'' t; dress the meeting, which he did in ,a brilliant past experience, fully competent per- fe si= =- -
who 1 participated.f' form the difficult of
duties this
i'' ;i :' ( speech of about a half hour's length. importantoffice
: and pledging myself to a faithful discharge -
; ;': w ; Our Nominees. Meeting as be ,did the representative men of the'dnties devolving upon me.

': >, The, action of the Democratic convention from all portions of the county, he availed if elected, I hereby place myself before youas .'
himself of the to define a candidate for Tax Assessor of Nassau
opportunity clearly
I on Saturday last deserves the highest commendation
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- county,, and/ respectfully solicit your suf--
t 4 from the people of this county. his present position in the canvass. The frages. Respectfully, eN 4
; 1' impression made members present was : W. H. GARLAND. 1 E Ot L ura
; .r, The nominations of the'two candidates for upon .f'>;

1 the Assembly the best that could have most agreeable.On _
i- possibly been made. .Both Mr. Hoyt and motion, the convention adjourned ; For Collector of Revenue. --i; __ii

Mr. The and thus closed one of the most harmonious Yielding to the urgent solicitations of the : .
t are young men. one, iiw __
Democratic voters of Precinct No.8, I hereby
',,i i,;.; Mr. Fred W, Hoyt, being a practical busi meetings the, kind ever held in old Nas- announce myself' as a candidate for the

G >; ness man, has already ,been honored by the sau c unty. office of Collector of Revenue of Nassau

confidence of his constituents in this city by I County, and ask the.suffrages of the Demo-
: Died, cratic voters of the cotmty.
+ + an election in an overwhelming Republican
; In this city, at the residence of his J. E. DAVIS.
; district to the position of alderman. He is ents, on Sixth street, of typho-malarial King's Ferry, Fla., Sept 17, 1884.

,, ,'art"i. with great fever, FRANK W. POPE, son of Mayor W. H.
business tact and unswerving: integiity, and Pope, in the sixteenth year of his age. For Superintendent., or Public In- .-
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t struction.The -- :::-
: enjoys the full confidence of the citizens of The deceased ,was a bright and intelligentlad friends 'of' Mr. Lewis W. Higgin- """" -" "" :- -- ==- -

,: this community. universally liked, especially by those botham hereby present his name for the 8tJUTKPua.CO. -' '_,- I

I t k t I, Mr. Mahoney, of Callahan, is a native of who came in closer connection with him. election by the Democratic voters of this I .

North Carolina; has for a long time been a Notwithstanding the skill and untiring, patient county to the office of Superintendent of
Public Instruction. Mr. A. B. NOYES
resident of Callahan, where he has been engaged nursing of a devoted father and mother, I has served a term of two years, and ,has ,

- ks. in the manufacture of turpentine. his delicate constitution succumbed to thai proved. faitliful- and efficient officer. DEALER IN

B He, like Mr. Hoyt, enjoys the full confi dread disease, typho-malaria. The, bereaved ..
,' + ? :dence of the community in which, he lives parents, who within the past three years ;Superintendent of Public Instrucflon FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES,

H'.J's k' : ';? and has already filled with satisfaction the have lost three of tl eir,'children,have the ; : ',it'l". : : I

position of Superintendent of Public In- ,deepest sympathy of the community in their The undersigned announces himself as a : Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,

struction in this county. affliction. The funeral took place from the candidate for the office of Superintendent of FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS

: Both gentlemen if elected., will reflectcredit house yesterday evening.Employment Public Instruction for Nassau county. If ,
elected by .the Democratic voters of' the CROCKERY.' ARE.
upon Nassau county. ,
county for the position I promise to admin-

$_ New Goods. Wanted. ister the office' faithfully, and with equal
An experienced carpenter, just arrived fairness to all sections of the county.
;;,;. Large lines of new goods in every department from New York, seeks employment. t J. T. HIGGINBOTHAM. Prices Low ,as the Lowest.,

'.. "f, ''.,. at J. &T. KYDD'S.- \ Address T. E. A., Mirror Office.. Kingt.Fcrjry, Fla., &pt.,17, 1884. v.'E.' corner Centre'anll Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla.

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