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: October 4, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
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System ID: UF00054505:00237
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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AS OTHERS SEE US. Company ; another line with Chattahoocheeand ADDRESS OF THE XATIOXAL DEMOCRATIC Our
opponents cannot he saved from dis- XEW CIIAXXEL TO X. SS.-t U SO VXD.
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FERXANDIXA: Fla., Sept, 20, 84. with Cedar Key. There is line '..-.i
a steamship : to speak to assemblages of the people. AX IMPORTANT PISCOVERY M.\nE BY GEXKttAC.LEDWITII .
11FSSRS EDITORS: To many of .your to Savannah, one to Charleston, one to NEW YORK '
September 2218S4. The man who wrote the Fisher letters will AND MR. FOSTER.
readers who arc natives of Florida, the en- New York-the Mallory-and from the be To tie People of the Untied States: never be the choice of the people for the On Tuesday last Messrs. George R. Footer

:vains facts are probably not new, but they ginning next month one to Boston. The National Democratic" Party of the Presidency of the United States. and William M. Ledwith explored the route
inav be Of ;interest to the numerous Northerners Where there is much smoke there between
so worst United States has pledged itself to 'ptrifythe ARTHUR P. GORMAN, Fort George Inlet and Nassau
who are now among;: us, either as be some tire ;" such a show of traffic must. Administration, ,o/Tublic{ Affairs from Chairman Democratic National Executive Sound They left May port at 7 o'clock

temporary as permanent residents, and have a substantial backing, for if but a corruption ; to manage the Government with Committee. a.m., on low water slack and took the passage -

especially,\) to that large class of readers of shadow it would quickly vanish. economy ; to enforce the, execution of the ,. -. -- .- called the "Haulover," from the- S-r...
your widely circulated journal, residing in There is considerable! building going on laws and to reduce taxation to the lowest --Archer Notes. John's to Fort George Inlet. Crossing the-

other States. here, and much Northern as well as Southern limit consistent with-Just: protection to inlet they entered Talbot creek, and followed:
Citizens of Fernandina" claim for the placea is invested in business. A SOCIAL EVENT--PERSONAL 3IEXTIOX-THE it for
capital : That it American labor and CJ),>teal, and with the three miles to its source. They then
of S.500, and it is a statementthat is to bo of the CHOP PROSPECTS ETC.
population one world's notable commercial preservation of the fiitrvwliich! the nation dragged their boat across to the source: of
hears the impress of truth. It has cities of the future, admits of has pledged, to its.creditors. and pensioners. To the Editor of the Jlirror : Simp<;on's, creek, about a hundred yards
'lurches' of various denominations, and a doubt the soil immediately ; The masquerade party last ,evening_ at the and after
: scarcely a although The, open record of tf&'wan jyhon;lfhas: a three miles'' row entered Nassau
ftiirreputation for educational advantages, around it for agricultural purposesis mimed as its candidate for U:.."Presidenchas \; residence of A. P. Snavelly' Esq., was a pronounced Sound. It is not known that this pas age- '
while its hotels afford more than the ordi- a dismal failure-too much sand. Farther been accepted by"'libusamk '<\{indexpendent success. The occasion was the has ever been made before. Some tinu-

,,arr Mtiveniences to their patrons. The inland oranges, bananas, and other semitropical lepublicausi'i every.State. as an natal anniversary of the host's dainty since General Gillmore !sent an officer to-

principal; ones are the Egmont, Strathmore, fruits can be profitahly raised. absolute uarantee,,thatif: elected,'. all 'these daughter, and by a queer coincidence threeof Florida to explore this passage and report.}

)fans olI. Tourist; and the Florida House_ Despite the ever present sand, however, it is pledges will be exactly'fulfilled: 1 and that, the guests commemorate the same day. This officer attempted to make the passage

as well a'> sundry cottages fur the accomoda- interesting to note what a choice variety of under his administration-good';, government The costumes were effective. Pocahontas from Nassau Sound through Simpson'screek.
of the traveling public.The flowers in the and Powhatan hob-nobbed with Mary, .
tion tropical are grown spacious will be assured. .4. He followed the creek to its sotirce-
site chosen for the town is admirable. lawns and yards: that surround so many of To secure these results all/ good citizens must Queen !)Scots," Bridget )Maloney promenaded and abandoned the attempt. It i is probablethat -

Like Atlantic City, on the Jersey coast, it is the dwellings of the place, many of which unite in defeating the Republican' candidate with "Encher Deck ;" Mother he reported the route as impracticable.. i

built on an island, to which has been given give evidence of good taste, if not elegance.The for President. His history and political Hubbard" glared at the "Naughty School- Within three 'hundred feet of success he
the same name sis the river-the Ameliathat streets are yet, to be sure, innocent methods make it certain'"that his administration girl, and the "Old Doctor Isaacs" in a lin- left his boat. and footed it across Big Talbotto

surrounds it. This body of water, mainly, of brick pavements, and it has not, would be stained bytgross abuses, en duster and a plug hat, perpetually Fort George Island.

however, bears more the character of an evidently, so far, bethought itself of Jack- by official misconduct and wanton! expenditure to guard against the attacks of the "Clown/' Mr. Jas. Arnau, who accompanied Messrs. I

arm of the sea, than that of a fresh water sonville's board walks, which, by the way, of the publit' mofrjjy and' would be who insisted on pulling the Doctor's vener- Foster and Ledwith. was with the officer

stream. The harbor is quite spacious being are an admirable, if a peculiar institution marked by an increase,of taxation which able nose. "Starry Night,*' two "Sailor when his expedition failed. The boatmen

five miles long by two wide, with eighteen admirable if kept in good order, if not, ; would blight the. hottest industry. of'our Boys." a "What-is-'it," some "Scotch Lad- pursued their way to flay port by Simpson's

feet of water at the bar ; it has. in they are an abomination, and require as people. .r'v. .... .. dies," a "Nun," and an "Old-time Gal" Creek and the Sisters, making a trip of ;

places: a depth of ninety feet, and, in fact, much skill to navigate, as it'does to ride a I Against us, and agaiDt those;; honorable lent, grace and gaiety to'the scene. At 10 twenty-five or thirty miles instead of fiveor .
would readily answer the of an inch without to life o'clock all unmasked and the fun was furi- six.
purposes fifty-six bicycle, danger Republicans who, forth .ake of, good government -
extensive: commercial metropolis. Congress, and limb. Oyster and sea shells have been have made cQ.n.mon cause with us", ous. Refreshments and music followed. )!essrs. Foster and Ledwith. carried about y
at its last session, appropriated $75,000 forth used to do duty sidewalks, and the resultis notable combinations have been made. This, the first masquerade, was a novelty, six or seven feet of water to the head of c

(' improvement of the harbor, and yet the an unevenness of surface somewhat annoying These are chiefly made; up of four classes. but will lead to others at no distant date. Talbot creek. They had room for oars to

Fernaudinians, like Oliver Twist, cry for on a dark night. First. An army_of oft'heholderA-'who, by There are several new faces among us, within a hundred yards of the source. Two.

morc:' There is one thing that Fernandina will choice or compulsion, are now giving to Re- and from the 'letters and talk, the present men easily dragged the boat across to the-

This embryotic city, in the language of presently outgrow, and that is the barbarous publican committees, as! parts of the cam- : promises to be"a year of great prosperity to head of Simpson's, where the same depth of

Dickens, is one of "Great Expectations," custom of putting live stock, horses paign fund of that party: moneys paid toI I Archer. water was found. The entire passage is sus-

for here, it is believed, will be the initial mules" cows, goats and sheep to roam the such officers out of the Treasury for services The Presbyterians hope to get their new ceptible of being easily dredged, and wilt

pointof that immense barge canal-an enterprise streets at their own sweet will ; and they due to the people of the United States. church finished next month. Mr. L. W. give ten feet of water. The distance will bo-

not by any means in the distant future evidently appreciate this "freedom of the Second. Organized bo'dies of men who, Lipsey. is building, Mr. Willis, Mr. M. S. less than one-third of that through the Sis-

-that is to force its way through the northern city," as they make very little effort to get I having secured by corrupt means the impo- Brown, M. H. J. Lovey and others are fast ters. The entire passage is protected by

portion of the Florida peninsula, and out of the way of either vehicles or pedes- sition of duties, which are in excess of all improving their places, and among our islands on both sides. Nature has done-

open a short-cut pass-way, for the largest trians. Why are things thusly ? We saw sums needed for the wants of the Government new-comers are several of wealth that will almost everything. With small govern- ,
vessels and steamships between the watersof one girl demurely and deliberately turn a and for the protection- of American give us material aid in beautifying our little mental help a thoroughly reliable passage 4 ,

the Atlantic and thence of the Mexican cow out of a pasture into the street to graze, labor and capita!, and having thus gained place. at all seasons of the year can be obtained,.

Gulf. and we felt like wringing that girl's neck. I, enormous wealth, are willing,to pay largely The weather is very dry and warm just and the corporations of Jacksonville and

But Fernandina contests, as a matter of She was a pretty creature, and we should to the Republican ,campaign .fund for the the thing for cotton and sugar-cane. our salt water sister Fernandina can be- ,

the present, with St. Augustine, the honor have done it with one arm, and very gently promise of the continuance. andincrease opsucH4lutieX Vegetable growers are beginning to talk practically united.

(and profit if you'please,) of being the' popular -" indeed. ; ; which l : co>?&&tute alsystem-o .future crops and if the weather this winter The attention of the Government should. '

batliln resort of the Florida and No other spot in Florida, it may perhaps i bounties to monopolies under the false pretense permit,'a greater area of truck-gardens than be Called to this matter Thy tho Board' or-,.

Georgia coast-it is, in their opinion, Cape truthfully be said, (and we know full well I of protection to American industry. ever will be planted. Trade, and earnest efforts made for a pre-

May Long Branch and Atlantic City, all how touchy the average Floridian is on Third. A host of unscrupulous contractors Quite a number of LeConte pears ripened liminary survey.

rolled in one-and it has some highly at- this subject), that is more healthy than and jobbers, who have grown rich upon here this summer, and the excellence of the When General Grant was in Florida he-

tractive features to support such a claim ; Fernandina, unless it be for the few whose plunder, and are ready to pay tithes of what fruit has given quite an impulse to its cul- had this internal system of navigation on

a hard sandy beach, its gentle incline, diseases are unsuited to the breath of ; they have acquired in order to avoid all risk ture, as well as to the Japanese persimmon, the brain. He said the Government should;

magnificent breakers, wonderous treasure The vast, salt, boundless sea, of being called to account for the evil methods which also proves a success. J. C. N. at once take steps to secure a line of inland
of seashells, many of them unknown at the Ordained by Heaven's decree." by which their wealth has been gained. I Archer, September 80, 188.$., navigation along the Atlantic coast. Amelia

Northern sea-side resorts, and a much Be this as it may, no yellow Jack, no Fourth. Corporations, which having river, Simpson's creek, Talbot creek Haul-
grim spectre of gaunt cholera lurks in these The Savannah, Florida & Western Rail- creek Pablo creek North river etc. '
longer season ; in these points it excells the the public lands by the aid of over "
resorts above named, but is inferior to them saline marshes, nor on the high dry groundon corrupt agencies in the Republican party way Company'are negotiating with the city are all in a straight line, and where nature
in accessibility and general hotel accommo- which the town is built. believe they will he compelled to give up of Jacksonville for the construction by themof points it is well to go.-Times-Union.
modatiohs. A visit there cannot fail to be of interestto an elevated bridge 160 feet in length, at
A drive of two miles from the their ill-gotten gains if that party is driven
town, over one of the finest shell roads in any one; even the marshes, with their from power, and are, therefore, willing to the crossing over McCoy's creek to Brooklynto Governor McDaniels, of Georgia, was re-
the varied and beautiful wild flowers the higher cost between seventy-five and one hundred elected on Wednesday last. The vote.-
country brings visitors to the beach ,
keep it in place by giving a percentage of
where they will find one elegant and commodious ground, with still other curious varieties, their unrighteous profits. thousand dollars, provided they can obtain throughout the State was very light.A .
hotel-the Strathmore-but the beach, with its surprising variety of permission to fill up McCoy's creek from its
no This committee has not troops of office-
shells odd and diversified the mouth to the present crossing, and the adJacent Card.
more, not even two as are remains -
cottages, excepting or holders at its command. :>
been mentioned frequently
marsh and have the transferredto My name having -
of life in same
typical whatever
three ocean
and a number of bath houses. The
It will not agree to sell the future legisla- in connection with the position of. r
undulating sand-hill surface of the country clime they are found; the Indian shell and tion of Congress for money paid now into its the road by the city or county in part Sheriff of Nassau County, I beg to state thus.
for a mile or so back from the ocean is one flint arrow-bead bank one and a half miles party treasury.It payment for the construction of the bridge; publicly that, while I appreciate the good
the creek's course to be changed so as to offices of my friends, for various reasons
of the out, and last but not least Old Town the
most ,
attractive features of
the coast, will not promise immunity to thieves.It .
.. personal to myself, I cannot accept the position --
enter the St. John's river on the west side
and in tins respect is far superior to that of Fernandina of the past, a Spanish settlement will not contract to uphold any corrupt In thus declining the honor, I beg to
New more than two centuries old and of the depot instead of on the east, as at to that in the incumbent .
Jersey where they are too flat looking. bargain, heretofore made by the Republican say my friends present -

These sand hills, all in close connection, connected with the newer town by a broad party with any corporation, for all the present. ___________ suited of for the the office position they than have any a man other better man '

are from thirty to fifty feet high. Such are plank walk stretching over a morass for the wealth which such corporations can offer.It A war which threatens to send up the in the county, and 1 ask them to support

some of the main features of a resort yet to distance of a mile. The stranger who comes APPEALS TO THE PEOPLE against one and price of tea, silk and false hair is not likelyto him at the election.
have here will find a day well spent in visiting H. C. PICK Err.
more than a mere local renown. Fernandina, and he need have no fear of all of these opponents, thus corruptly band- be popular with the women, and it is said Callahan, Fla., August 27 1884.
The writer will go into no rhapsodies over falling off the edge of Amelia Island, as it is ed together against the friends of good gov that in France the wives of the deputies and
the "far reaching sweep of waters," and eighteen miles long by two miles wide.-OBSERVER ernment. senators are urging their husbands to a set- For Sheriff. m

does not propose even, to lug in that hackneyed in Tropical Practise. The number of all these opponents is tlement with China. One of the most important The undersigned announces himself ae a

phrase of Extending the Florida Southern. small, but their wealth is great, and it will accessories of the French female candidate for Sheriff of Nassau County and
What are the wild waves saying?" be unscrupulously used. Au active and toilet is the chignon, and the importation of asks the support of the Democratic voters of'
Mr. L. 0. Gold railroad contractor has
the county at the coming election.J. .
which every Philadelphia sea-side reporter just closed the contract with the Florida vigorous campaign must be made against hair forms an important branch of com- A. ELLERMAXX. ,

thinks absolutely necessary to give his Southern Railroad for constructing the extension them. Their paid advocates must be met merce. The amount imported in 1882 was Fernandina Fla., August 29, 1884. s
article a flavor of the wide, wide sea," anda of the road between Leesburg and and defeated in debate upon the platformand nearly 150,000 pounds ; it had risen to over i

taste of the "sandy deep well seasoned Pemberton's Ferry on the Withlacoocheeriver in discussion in the newspapers. The 350,000 pounds in 1883. By far the larger For Sheriff.I *
with salt. organization of alL;who are opposed to them proportion of it comes from the thickly- announce myself a candidate for Sh'crlfof
a distance of thirty miles, the workto Nassau County, and ask for the vote of
Fernandina has that adjunct of every well be completed inside of five months. This must be perfected in every State, city and peopled provinces of the Celestial Empire. all the De'm'ocrats.

regulated port-a light house-without thisit extension will form a connection with the county in the land. Money is needed to do BeRT G. DIAL.
would be like the of Hamlet with List Letters Callahan Fla. August 26, 1884.
play South Florida Railroad for Tampa, and this honest work. Your committee, refus- of ,
Hamlet left out. This structure is a dimi- thus give an all-rail route between Jackson- ing to adopt the methods by which the Republican Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- For .
nntivo affair, but doubtless sufficient for its party fills its treasury, calls dina, Nassau county, Florida, Sept. 4, 1884.
intended ville and that city. The Florida Southernis Persons calling for these letters must say hereby present myself to the Democrntr.as :
sets purpose. As a light house it up- attaining a high degree of prominence all good citizens for the aid which it re- advertised : a candidate for Sheriff and respectfully
one's preconceived idea of where such
a among Florida railroads, under the man- quires.It Ames, Jno W Hair, J CJohnson solicit their support.
thing should be located, for instead of be- agement of that substantial and levelheaded invites, and will welcome contributionsfrom Abendy, Rease Julia A CHAS. W. COXE.

ing at or in the waters edgo, it is built on a business man, :Major Sherman Conant. every honest man who is opposed to I. Bulmer, John Keech, Henry, For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
high' hill, a mile or more inland, and even the election of James G. Blaine President.No Baker, Capt B Lake, Martha
the Mr. Gold was in the city this morningfor as BoralIichacl Lucas. Alfred We respectfully present!:! to the Democratic-
ocean: cannot be viewed from its base ; 'the purpose of making all necessary arrangements contribution will be accounted too small. Busby, C S Lee, Miss George 2 voters of ,Nassau county the name of JohnA.
this however, on account of the intervening to begin the work at once. He Wherever a bank, banker, or postal money Blaine, J G 3 Lucas, George Edwards for re-election to the office of
Clerk of the Circuit Court. For the
vegetation. It is a revolving light and cane order office be found the exist for Blain, M E Midley, past
can means
seen returned to Leesburg on the 2 o'clock p. m, ,. Billicps, R 0 Martin, M eight years Mr. Edwards has filled the position -
thirty miles at sea. train-Jacksonville Herald. placing at the disposal of the Treasurer of this Baker, Taner, 'Meisner, P first as Deputy then as Clerk, with
But Fernandina does not propose to settle committee, individual, or collective contri- Barnes, Hon W Dason, John B credit to himself and the county, and ir
own to unwontel repose beneath the A Mammoth Orange Tree. butions in aid of the great cause in which j Baker, LarickIorris,J I our opinion no better man could be found

flected brilliant' glare of her calcium light as re- One of the largest, if not the very largest, we are engaged-or, money may be remit- Coleman Clarck, E, T S H Robinson Rines. Laura, F M for the position.MANY VOTEP.S OF THE COCXTY.

at night from its light-house tower, orange trees in Florida is to be found on ted to Charles Canda, Treasurer, at No.'11 Commodore, Warren Pawels, Mary
nor docs it propose, if it could, to live on its ':\ E. B. Sparkman's place, near Cork station West 24th street, New York. Clark, WilliamCrosby Luxan, F A For Clerk of the Court. p

patronage as a watering-place resort, for it onthe South Florida Railroad, in this When victory is achieved over the unscrupulous Virginia Tomas, Belt Tony The undersigned, yielding to the solicitations -?
has Odelia Tiskler T of a large number of voters in the
some Cameroy, ,
rather important industries chief The tree G feet 3 inchesin
county. measures combination, which is now endeavoring himself candidatefor
Conner F Wright, Henry county, announces as a
among which is the cotton and lumber circumference of the trunk and bears to thrust James G. Blaine into the Doile, Maria Waterron, Jannie the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court.
business. A railroad connects the place. from 10,000 to 22,000 oranges each season. i Presidential office, the recorded list of such Floyd MerthildaHowell. Williams, Elizzie and asks the suffrages of the Democratic
with Jacksonville, thirty-three mile. distant It has but a single trunk, and the height is I contributors will be a roll of honor, such as Mrs E A Williams, Carrie, voters of the count) _. If elected I promiseto the
I. Ranie Williams Ema perform the duty devolved upon
Hogan ,
this ,
; is
under the excellent management ,in proportion to,the circumference.-Tampa no other party in this country has ever pos- Howard, JohnS. office faithfully to the letter.
of the Florida Railway &; Navigation Tribune.. sessed. T. RIDDELL, P. M. GEORGE E. WOLFF.'f i



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. ': MIRROR OCTOBER 4 1884.
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PRA rER. Miss< Alley, are you a magician ? I lurking dimples at the corners of her her there. The panic-stricken nurse : When she appeared at breakfast the;
J Be IK it afraid to pray-to pray is right. How in the name of wonder did you mouth. left the child and ran inside a garden-i shy, sweet face was suffused with
** Pray, if thou canst, with hope; but ever pray and closed it after her. blushes
.;; Tho' hope bf sick or weak with long delay; reach this spot? You know what I mean very gate as Philip's eyes rested upon it,
<' : Pr.iy, in the darkness. if there be no light. When Mr. Orne turns priest, I'll well, you little .? ei\"er. You are as The unconscious little one laughed and for beneath it, breathing forth their
Far h the time, remote from human sight, maybe choose him for my confessor.! bad as ever. I thought you had at put out her chubby hands, evidently precious meaning, was his gift.
When .love and discord on. the earth shall that time be his mind behave that the rabid animal would When
'?! cease Until 'guess'must last made up your to thinking Philip returned to his city
Yet very prayer: for universal peace oracle.'' yourself." play with.her as: did her pet dog at home he bore with him the hope that,
.t Avails the blessed time to expedite. May was secretly delighted at the Will you please explain yourself, home. with the coming of the daisies, hmiglit
'' f Wl.ateVr is good to wish,ask that of Heaven, success of, her ruse, which consisted ofa 'ValterVhat is it that I have done Philip Orne retained his self-pos claim his 4* May flower," as he
'Tho' it be that thou canst not hone to see;
:;*f Pray to be perfect, though material leaven cross-cut home that saved some distance that you lecture me in this way ?" session, and just at the moment when loves to call her.
Forbid) the spirit so on earth to be: and taken at .full speed had The brown eyes looked very clear all seemed lost he caught the creatureby : It seems fitting to him that the
1 ; But if for any wish thou dar'st not pray, brought her there considerably in ad- and innocent, and Waiter burst out the nape of the neck, and held earth should be dressed in a garnitureof
Then to God to cast that wish .
4 pray away vance of her companion. with : him in a powerful grasp. In vain did bloom upon her wedding day, who
'*$ 1 ? SECOND- THOUGHTS.-- Just then Walter made his appear- Didn't you write me that you hada the maddened animal snap at his cap- is to him the fairest blossom of them

w' I ance, and after a few parting words more important part to perform ?" tor, and writhe and struggle to escape. all.
1 :1' Look, Walter ; that young girl's the two friends turned their faces So that is the trouble. You dear The white fingers which :May had secretly ---- -
face would make an artist's fortune !I" homeward and were soon out of sight. old goose, so I have. Am I not the stigmatized as weak and effem- Traveler's Guide.
By all that's wonderful, if it isn'tmy Philip Orne and Walter Alleyn hostess ?" inate, seemed made of iron.A .
1 cousin! :May !I" said Walter, reignIng were together in the latter's room. She made him a deep courtesy,and few moments of this horrible un- TRANSIT ,t'; PENINSULAR RAII.KOID.
in his horse to and Walter walked where :Mr. 'Orne the brute's Day Passenger Train leaves
suddenly Philip
so as was reading, was over to was certainty-then eyes glazed For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
Throw him upon his haunches. sending a cloud of smoke from a standing. ". and he went into a fit. The dangerwas all points on Transit Road......10.05 :a.ni.
,, : Well, you gipsy, what are you fragrant Havana ashe glanced throughthe "I have been,wihing to see you, no longer immediate, and Philip ForSavannah and all points North
r : .doing fifty miles from home this morn- letters. Miss\ Alleyn, trf apologize for my extraordinary relaxed his hold. and West...............................10.05 a.n1.

Jl. ing.' Some mischief, I'll warrant." Well, I declare Can I believe my mistake in considering By this time a policeman had ar- For(connecting Tallahassee at,Pensacola.Callahan.)and all
: ., Visiting 1' Whom? some ancient eyes ? That little humming-bird to you the 'bride Delect.Your friends rived on the spot, and with his pistol points on the Florida Central &
maiden like yourself?" be caged at last ?" must feel very happy that you are soon ended the poor creature's suffer- Western Railroad................. ...10.0' a.nt.
M1 May was sixteen, and could afford Philip looked up inquiringly, and not to be monopolized just yet. But (connecting at Baldwin.)
.to be rallied upon her age. So her Walter tossed a little perfumed note how did we make such a mistake?" ings.May felt deeply humiliated at her Day Passenger Train arriL.eiJFrom -
Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
n .blooming cheeks dimpled with a smile toward him saying : "Perhaps Cousin Walter has an inefficiency in the hour of danger.! all points on the Transit Road... 4.38 p.JU.
t ..u she answered : Read that and see what you thinkof idea that a bride plays a more important For all that she had done with her From Savannah and all points in
41 the North and West................ 4.33
i;: I Not so bad as that, Walter ; I'm it. part than the lady who en- fancied firmness of nerve, that dimpled From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and: p.m.
-.', a helping; Susie Arnold nurse her unclea He took the note and read : tertains the guests," said May, innocently little form might now have been man- all points on the Florida Central
-,- crusty old bachelor-who can *' DEAR Coz : Come and visit us at gled and torn by those huge fangs in (fe; Western Railroad....."........... 4.38p.m.
s sympathize with your'sufferings from early as the 10th of the month, and if Philip looked at her keenly. As which lurked a poison as deadly and Night Passenger Train leaves
", < I the cut.j possible, bring your friend Mr. Orne their eyes met May struggled for a more to be dreaded than that of the For Cedar Key: ,Wildwood, and all
points on the Transit Road....... 4.33
a s. 1 j 'Walter' laughed. with you. A wedding is to come off moment to retain her gravity, then rattlesnake.She For Savannah and all points North p.m.

P ) It: still takes some trouble to get on the 12th, and I want you to officiateas pent-up mischief laughed out of her caught the child in her arms and West................................ 4.38 p.m.
the start of you, little coz. Susie groomsmen. I have two very great, brown eyes and in the curve of and almost smothered her with kisses; (connecting at Callahan.)
For Tallahassee,Pensacola and all
; i 4rnol 1 here ? I'll just run in ands pleasant young ladies selected to standas her red lips. then she turned to Philip. points on the Florida. Central, &

e if 'she has a place in her memory your vis-a-vis. Do not be fright- "I understand, Miss Alleyn;. we "Mr. Orme, I owe you a debt of Western Railroad.................... 4.3Sp.m.
; 1 fr() ntj old friend. Jump on, May, ened and stay away, thinking that I have put the wrong construction upon gratitude which nothing can repay.If (connecting at Baldwin)
and take a ride. My friend here will may inflict myself upon one of you, as your note, and, of course you feel so this little darling had been bitten I Night Cedar Passenger Train arrh.esFrom -and

,- bje incfct happy to,escort you. By-the I have a more important part to act.I badly about it we ought to beg your should have felt all /through my life all points on Key.the Wildwood Transit Road... 8.40 a. m.
jtfi Ly, l\\ must introduce you. Philip, am in a great hurry, so cannot stopto pardon on our 'bended knees. But, that it was owing to my lack of presence From Savannah and all points in
t ': i i Ii tjiis is my cousin 1\Iay-1\1r. Orne, explain particulars, but will do so 1 jesting aside, may I tell you how very of mind in not snatching her From the North Pensacola.and West............antI..... 8.40 a.ni.
Miss Alley Steady Gyp ; there, when we meet. Good-bye. glad I am that the evening still finds from the threatened danger." all points on Florida Tallahassee Central &

,; ;, :May, let me assist you to mount." MAY." you :Miss Alley?" Her overstrung nerves relieved Western Railroad I ..................... 8.40a.m.
>i Thank you, but I must decline to "Will you go, Orne? I think it His voice was low, but very earnest, themselves in a burst of tears. FER Ar\DIY.\; JACKSONVILLE R. I:.
make my debut without aside-saddle." would be a pleasant change from this and his eyes blue and clear as the sky "Don't speak of it-it is best for- Train leaves daily, except Sunday-
For Jacksonville........................ 7.30a.m.::::
-i is lamb the old and I'll in June Will take ? You
Gyp gentle as a ; not : dusty city. Say yes, were very thrilling as they gotten. you my arm
least danger in the world. Fie, May, I write May to that effect to-night." sought an answer in those which are looking very white." Train arrives daily except.Sunday-
From Jacksonville........_. .......... G.40p.m.
', ; :. I thought you were as brave as your Philip consulted his calendar, and drooped before ''them in sudden shy- May accepted the proffered arm Sujulaionly-

; ',i 1 .; are saucy." finding that he had no pressing busi- and they walked on in silence. For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00a.m.
ii By this time the spice of daring in ness set down for that time, made up ness.May hastened to turn the subject : Philip did not underrate the dan- For Jacksonville ........................ 5.00p.m.
..................... .
From Jacksonville 10.35
who he had He knew a. 1\\
mind tell bridal well
.t; : the girl's nature was aroused, so she his to accept the invitation.The "I must you our ger escaped.
'j From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40p.m.
,,r 'I I :suffered: Walter to assist her to a seat appointed day arrived, and couple are. The lady was a favor- that a false aim in seizing the rabid SE.ISLA m ROUTE.
I : back with it the two who ite school friend of mine and is animal the relaxation of
: ;;:: upon ;Gyp's saying : gentlemen, were an From Savannah Steamer St.Nicholas -
', '. !;. ,: \Vell, I see you wish me to appear duly introduced to the young ladies orphan who has no home but that his iron muscles, would have exposedhim Sunday and Thursday.For .
:: 1'i ridiculous, PO I will gratify you." who were to be bridesmaids.. As May which a boarding-house provides. to sufferings compared to which Savannah Steamer Nicholas -
: -U-: ; : Sh 4 :. :' '. an eq F ct, graceful position, which did tractive and the five formed a pleas- my father is verr,much interested in but as shadows. He felt as a man MALLORY LINE.
For New York direct
foil the "locality 1 to which lie is does who has met death face to face. by steam-
{, ._ __ not of an inexperienced eques- ant party. particular ships State of Texas or City of
: -'- triemie) and taking the reins in herd But, May, you have not told us going, he proposed to give them a :May was of a frank, open nature, San Antonio,Thursllay evening 7.00 p.m.
;,, '' }hand|' she turned her arch face toward who is to be the happy man. Whereis wedding party when he heard of theirengagement. and she felt that she had done this From New York direct by City of

;, her c iusin's friend. he, and why don't you introducehim ." quiet man injustice. She had undervalued I. San every Antonio Friday.and......State........of...Texas........., 3.00p.m.
.''a: : Ir. Orne, I challenge you to a ?" said Walter after a time. The wedding guests were invited to him and she must make con- ST. MARYS RIVER.
trial bf that distant oak be The three smiled remain for week the Al fession feel at in
:" speed- to girls amusedly at a or two at or never again ease Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock-
.the goal." each other, and May answered : leyn mansion ; and drives and walks his society. For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday .
Slid touched Gyp lightly with thewhi1nand "I can't very well introduce him about the pictmesque neighborhood "Mr. Orme," she said, hesitatingly, and Friday........................ 2.00p.m.
n ; started off, her curls flying until he arrives in town, and I shall filled the time very pleasantly.As "will you forgive me? I did not give For Wednesday St. Marys and and Saturday Dungeness...,..on... 9.35a.m.
in the wind. Philip Orne followed not describe! him, as I wish him to Philip saw more of :May he became you credit for such courage. I For St. Marys only, Monday and
:,' ; closer] but she kept the advantagegaintjil make a wonderful impression, and a I completely charmed by the little thought" Thursday................................. 8.00 a. in.
,; ; at her sudden start, and description would spoil all." maiden. "Say no more Miss :May," Philip Steamer Martha arrives

'fci i reached the tree first. Philip Orne made mimself very May's feelings were enigmatical to answered, as he gazed into her brown, From Monday St. Marys and Thursday and Crandall.........on.... 7.00a.m.
,, w. Philip' Orne's: exterior was that of a agreeable. May modified her tendencyto herself. The beau ideal pictured by tear-clouded eyes, "it would not be From St. Marys and Dungeney,
I t hero lof' romance, but as yet himself mischief, for was she not the hostess, her girlish fancy had borne a very in mortal man to resist such a on Wednesday and Saturday..... 1.00p.m.

J 'and sentiment were strangers, and he and in duty bound to make everyone different exterior to that of Philip fair pleader, whatever her offense. From Thursday.St.Marys......only.......,..Monday...........and..... 2.00 p. in.
:, :; j j'ias cola and haughty. as happy as possible? Orne. May I not reverse our present posi-
i Thiis was the gentleman whose She was more dangerous to Philip's She could not help liking him, and, tions, and become the entreating par- Post-Office Notice.
I "claiirjs to consideration Miss May peace of mind in this mood that whenin she was secretly vexed with herselffor ty myself?" Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 F. M.
: ,, : .Alleyn decided to ignore. such wild exuberance of spiritsasa it. He was so fair-so effeminate There was a meaning in his quiet Sunday hours Orders, 10:30 and A. M. to 11:30:;Letters A. M.from

I ;i t Shfe read the pride upon his curved sweet strain of some familiar song is looking-he must be deficient in man- tones which thrilled to May's\ heart 8:00:Money A. M. to 1:00: p. Registered)I.; and from 2:00 p. M
I : k : 'lips, : and mysteriously resolved to more effective when we know that the ly strength and courage. She would and made it throb tumultuously. to 3:30: P. :M.ARRIVAL: .

: .' .t, ; punish:; him for it. tenderly! modulated_ voice. has_ capacities not think of him-a man of that stamn Philip saw her agitation and took AND DEPARTURE OF THE :MAILS.:
; 1' May: was an enigma to him-a new of power and passion held in should not win her heart. her little hand in his warm, firm clasp. Transit & Peninsular Railroad
Arrives ...... 4:00 P. M.
of the human So abeyance.An Her studied indifference Miss: :: daily except Sunday
i specimen family. probably Alleyn-May-will you prove Brings mails from the North,the
o ; 'i'' pretty and lady-like in her looks-so undercurrent of sadness formeda added to her .charms in Philip's eyes. your contrition by giving me the sole Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
ivild and untamed in her actions.He minor cadence to the harmony of He had a fancy for overcoming obsta- right of this soft! little trembler?" railroads.
.......... 6:00 M.
looked at her much as he would his visit, as he saw more of May\ and cles. In his legal capacity he would As May listened she knew that Closes Takes daily mails except for Sunday.the :North, the A.
'' 1 L, ; tit a velvety furred kitten-pleased thought that the morrow would see often undertake cases for their very Philip Orme would henceforth be to Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
with her beauty, but wondering what her transplanted from her girlhood'shome difficulty, and he was never so tri- her life as is the sun to the flower; buta roads.Leesburg .
......... 8:30:; M.
; freak would next amuse him. to that of another. umphant as when he could make a strange timidity sealed the lips usu- Brings Western train arrives mail(daily only. A.

I ; "I think Walter has by this time On the evening of the wedding, the jury agree upon points which only an ally so ready with their gay retort. Fernanama & Jac omille Railroad-
,; ;'. made his call, and will be looking forGyp's four young people were awaiting the acute lawyer could make clear. Blushing and confused, she stroveto Arrives daily except Sunday......... 8:50 A.M.
appearance. 'Twould be good entrance of the two so soon to be One morning the rest of the party withdraw her hand. Her lover's Brings the Jacksonville and St.

; ; otmough? ; for him if we didn't come. : united for life. had gone to visit some mineral springsat ardent glances studied the sweet face Arrives John's daily river except mails.Sunday....... 5.00 p. )(.
: .l r:i i Tried! to break my neck, don't you A sudden silence fell upon them as a distance. May had a slight head- with its downcast eyes. Brings mails same as above. -
.1 think so, Mr.\ -Mr.\ the gentleman came into the room ache, and excused herself from joiningthe "If you do not answer, I shall'think Closes daily except Sunday.......... 9:00 A.x.
1. ,, ,. .av t 1 4I Orne, at your -service." supporting upon his arm the lovely excursionists,and Philip stayed at silence means consent." Takes River the and Jacksonville Northern mails.,John's
,. .; had weakness it whose vail fastened in its home to write letters. One swift his
v .J If Philip a was girl, floating some glance at face.
Closes daily except Sunday......... 5:30: P. M.
!' pride in his family name, and his tone place by orange blossoms, concealedher After a while the fresh morning air' "Please, Mr. Orme, my fingers are I Takes the Jacksonville,John's
: was very cold as he said : blushes.It wooed them forth for a ramble, and not made of iron." river Northern and Western mails.

'' ,. ". I believe it is peculiar to our was not May. This lady was meeting on their return, they walked He dropped her hand with a pained Sunday JJailJacksonville -

4 -fi ; family, There is but one head to the tall and stately-May was petite and along together.A look. arri ves:;:.....and......St......John's..........River........,.10:25 A. M.
-i t : Ornes. slight. The, momentary pause of pretty child was running alongthe "I beg your pardon" Northern mail arrives................. !9:00 P. M.
I,!' ; Adam, probably ?" the fringedlids astonishment that followed was broken sidewalk under the charge of her The rest of his sentence was not uttered Jacksonville, St. John's River and
': dropped demurely as Philip's blue by the entrance of May, who intro- nurse. Philip and :May were both as May was flying up the lawn Jacksonville the North closes.and St....John's...........River........ 6:00: A.31.

; ; : i j'f', ; touching her horse lightly with her Duncan Ware, and my schoolmate little thing with great interest, This evasion of a direct answer wasa SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.
; : .s r.i; : whip she cantered off with a gay- Miss\ Alice Holmes." admiring the effect of her long golden new phase i in May's character ; but
: H:; Good-bye. Tell Walter I'll bet The gentlemen were too well bredto hair as it floated down over her white Philip read its meaning correctly. A C. C. STRATTON & CO.,
; back before night," and was away express their surprise, and the girls dress. denial of his suit would have been

; i t before Philip had time to recover. his thoroughly enjoyed their mystifica- Suddenly they heard a cry which prompt and decisive. Her girlish OF MACON, GEORGIA,
good humor. tion.After made the blood run cold in their timidity caused Hope to fold her
>a "I wonder if this is a fair specimen the ceremony was over, and veins. snowy wings and make her dwelling MADE THE MODE BRO'S,
i 'i,r' of young ladies," was'Philip's thought congratulations had been offered to "Mad< dog! mad dog!" and on, on, within his heart. HAVE Fla., the author-
f .as he rode slowly back to where he the newly married couple, Walter directly toward the little prattlercame lie did not succeed in seeing :May ized Agents to contract for the sale of their

1"t I had left Walter, wondering how he seized the first opportunity to question the long, loping strides, the most alone until the morning of his departure BRICK IN .
'J '. would relish his cousin's jest-when May as to her motive in misleadingthem. fearful of dangers-a huge dog, whose ; but the previous evening he gave ANY QUANTITIES.Parties
there by the gate, was the run-away bloodshot eyes and foam-flecked her a bouquet of 'English violets, witha
wishing to purchase will get all -
I ''a, girl. Dismounting from her horse, and, Why, what do you mean, cousin mouth, out of which lolled the red note written in its fragrant depths, as regards prices from them.
,, t' .- '\ looking as dignified as though she had Walter ?" tongue, showed the truth of the alarm. requesting her to wear his offering as Samples of different qualities and stylescan
: : not mystified nim to the extent of her, Mays voice and manner expressed May's feet seemed frozen to the a breast-knot if she could respond to be seen at the office. MODE of BRO'S
; 9' ability.. great surprise, but Walter detected ground-a horrible helplessness] held his love. .26 Fernandina.

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r:, 'IL.4X1) ASlJ TIJK iVORK1NGCL1 I In addition to this' being general in its ap- is bought for its ammonia this should be ill. District" No. 4-The precinct i is established I J -- --
taA lit t plication, the bill repealed all the lien laws the form; of an involatile Milt-that. is, in School House No. 12, at Coneville, locatedin f!
Yorl:Evening lott.We that had been section 43, township 3 north, 23 mr L II I
1/0111, tjieeo passed to apply to special lo- combination with some acid, such( as nitric range Ii
hav* receive the following letter under calities. These obJection, as set forth in orsulpjniric. But we"iunst reint-mber that ea 't.
District No. o-The precinct i is establishedat {)} '
date of Indianapolis' September 19, 1884.lautit the Governor's message, which we append, these salts, while !they will not escape into School House No. 21, located on land L fh' i

aid cheerfully comply 1 'tl'its siigTV were considered sufficient at the time by the air, are yet very soluble in water, and if deeded by S. A. Swann to the Board of Public 4 jX'h .1 1] rr' "1" '
Instruction for school "
l locatedin
leading labor reformers. the soil is surface purposes, i t
r.o-tion: : subject to drainage our i lot 2. section and townsHip 2 north range tOc O r Or-C. wr' r the+ rAot r (f thtEwung Pot: This bill repeals in distinct terms a number ammonia will leave 'us by the water route. 20( east. t\ 7oJ' il"\ it itirl I
of several dis-
At the request I
I) 1 I' rum: write ask of l1lechmi'S'lien laws, including one A finely pulverized soil, rich in vegetable District No. G-The precinct is establishedat :
'fi I to tosat
Hfi-publicans, you
"l : specially applicable to the city of New York.I the residence of John Owensin
; next issue the official reasonsto mould, will generally supply itself with :
notice two features in this bill which I section "irl
( 7, township 3 north, 20 east.
neve&'s of the "Five-Cent Fare range !
veto : think ammonia from the air. !
,, : objectionable enough to warrant me District No.
f'r 7-The precinct is establishedat h
; Twelve Hour Bill, and the bill h
V.MI, the' iu declining to sign it, School House No. 7, in the of
'' town King's :!i
tl) the"'Mechanics. Lien Law. Brdatiun yn 1st. It gives all parties having claims, Ferry, on the St. Marys river. ; f$ -z-\ ?
will greatly oblige, etc., NOTICE.THE oil
1011 0,, *MI. *you yours four months after the performance of workor District No. 8-The precinct is establishedat II
N. F. TIIO 1As.
furnishing material to file lien. ,
a the turpentine still at John D. Jones', situated "
elevated railroads of New Yorkcitvchargp "31. It allows to enforce REGISTRATION BOOKS of the
T. The on proceedings i.i township 3 north, range 23 east. !
a fare of five cents for a continuus the lien the same costs as in foreclosurecases. Election .Districts of Nassau District No. 9-The precinct is establishedat i
entire I betweenthe This would be quite onerous, and I County wilfr be opened in each of said dis- .School House No. 5, located in the town
,?, ride bver their length think should not be allowed" tricts on Saturday, October 11th, 1884, and of Callahan on the Transit Railroad.

hour* f 5uO:: / and 8:50 a. m., and 4:30: to .----------. will he opened on each Wednesday and Sat- District No. 10-The precinct is established -

in.\ Daring all other hours the fare NITROGEN IN PLANTS. urday thereafter until Friday the 24th day at Mr.: L. \\?. Higginbothom's. situated -
-"Op; : The "Five-Cent Fare Bill" The editor of the Indiana Firmer says of said month, inclusive, from 0) o'clock a. in section 22, township 4 north range
is ten cent ni.! to 2 o'clock p. m'., and on such other o.REGISTUATIOX east.
that the fare should be five cents Carbonic acid, water and ammonia arc the
the officers
decreed l 1 days us registration may deem District No. 11-The precinct is establishedat
llarlng nil ]hours.I ;Thc Governor vetoed the three chemical compounds from the: elements necessary, between saidj dates, for the purpose School House No. 28, located on land C

HllbecaiiMj'it: : unconstitutional. involving of which ,the organic structure of the t registering all qualified unregistered deeded by George W. Bryce to the Board of
electors in said districts
faith with the State vegetable world is built Several mineral : Public Instruction for school purposes, situ-
direct breach| of as up.
a ; The law requires thaftlectors shall regis- ated in section 30, township 1 south, I Iens .
w 1as\ Within! the ;city. The General Rail- substances are represented in the ashes of ter in the district in winch they reside, and 24 east. JOHN A. EDWARDS range, Ostaoni l

.. Ijrjslaturushall'not: without the consent the growth of plants, but we do not proposeto The names of the to deputy registration:: offi- Fernandina Fla., October 1, 1884. Opening December 1,1884: Closing May 31.1885.
cers, the districts which they are appointed -
,,f die company, njduce the rates of fare on consider these now. The three com- the place of registration and the bound -VlvrRRT"kAUSrlCFSOFTII&V'

any road unless the profits of the road exceed pounds above named, which are concernedin aries of the districts are as follows : R. A.1TS-l'lr: ] s t United States Qaernmen I

10 per cent :of the capital expended, organic structures, supply but four elements .

:and hliall only make such reduction afteran for the work. Carbonic acid is com- Place of Name of 'i;J: MANUFACTURER OF M

examination b)' the State Engineer and posed of one atom of carbon and two of Reistration.Clerk's Registering Officer. ] Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware $1,300,000, t

water consists of two atoms of A
Surveyor and the Comptroller has shown oxygen ; Appropriated by the <;;eneral t>c>\eminent. 1!
limit. In the hydrogen and one of and ammoniahas
that the profits exceed that oxygen office........... J. A. Edwards......... AND DEALER IN
case of the elevated roads, no such examination one atom of nitrogen to three of hydro- Amelia................. \V. F. Scott............ $500,000,
had been ;I made at the time of the gen. Carbon in its primitive state is a solid, O'Neil's Residence... Isidore S. O'NeilL....1 Contributed bv the Citisen of New Oilcans.

and the c6mpanies denied that their incapable of being melted by any heat or School House No.12 N. Priest................ 1ALJ R FFI B &n X T VB
veto, Hart's Road........... W. W. Farmer..........5 $200,000,
dissolved in fluid at moderate
profits exceeded. that limit. Subsequently any ; yet a Residence J. Owens.. John Owens.............6 Mexico.
un examination was made by the Railroad temperature it combines with oxygen King's Ferry........... T. J. HigginbolhamBoulogne. 7 Appropriated bv

CoiiunisMon, consisting of one Democrat, (burns) and the result is an invisible gas, ..............JGeo.. W. Hodges..... 8 $100,000,
of dissolved in cold water Callahan..................'Samuel Jones......... 9
and one Anti-Monopolist, and it was dis- capable being or Appropriated bv the State of Louisiana.
Higginbotharn's....... L.W.Higginbotham 10 1
covered that the profits were less than 10 in the air. This carbonic acid (carbon dioxide Brandy Dranch....... Noah A. Hicks....... 11 1 1 1.: $100,000 II'I, 1
of the chemists is in --- ---- I
l leer cent. This was ample justification for i ) always present hF F
the atmosphere, being supplied by the BOUNDARIES OF ELECTION DIS- Appropriated by the City of New Orlenns.
the veto, but there were other objections TRICTS. ..a ,MI IIIPIYIWk

equally strong.: The special acts under decomposition of all organic substances. District No. Includes all that portion of From $5000 to $25,000, Ii <

which the elevated roads were built con- Every rain that falls washes out a portion of Amelia Island laying north of township line Appropriated I bv (Innmm-r.ible t&hS. Cities f'

tained a contract between the city and the it, and hence rain-water is always more or number two, commencing at the Atlantic and Foreign Countries. I i

companies, in which the fares now charged less charged with carbonic acid ; and the (Ocean and running west on township line Every State and Territory i n the Union represented r
number two, until the Transit Railroad is JA1
and nearly ail the Leading Nations and
agreed upon, and the stipulation made that leaves of the whole vegetable world are j ji reached, thence along the line of the railroad Countries of the World. I

they "shall not be changed without the constantly consuming it during the grow- i to the drawbridge over Amelia river. M I
these the accumulation District No. J?-To include that portion of The Biggest Exhibit the Biggest Building and the
mutual consent of the parties. There was ing season. By means I
Biggest Industrial Event in theWorld's
Amelia Island lying south of the southern I
of carbonic acid is and the
between the prevented
also a similar contract boundary line of District No. 1. I History. aI
Transit Commissioners and the companies air made fit to support animal life, for car- District No. S-To commence at Amelia Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. I'I ArPUCATION' VOK K.XH1IHIr.KFAnYRfCKIVM- | : II

: regulating the fares on the part of the city, bonic acid is poisonous when breathed in a river, at the mouth of Clark's or O'Neill's J' COVKK Of SIOUK MTHlfCrTHAN:VIACKi' A THO UKKAFU",* OF VARihrr ANY I t

''I and agreeing that no reduction should be strong mixture. From this source more creek ; thence up Clark's or O'Neill's creekto COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL K1.\DS, KXI'USITIIIX krKY. Hkl.lt I qI
I, the Transit Railroad thence I 1----
made until the proceeds exceeded 10 percent than half the weight of the vegetable worldis the railroad to Lofton creek; ; thence westerly down by LIFT AND FORCE 1i i The cheapest rates of truve. ever known .. I 1
derived. This is in the air PUMPS, I the annals of ,iranoixirtalion secured for thepeople
on tho capital invested. The""Five- provided Nassau river to Amelia river ; thence down t'vt'r\'wntTI. I

Cent Bill" was, therefore, a direct breach of without any care from the farmer, exceptto Lofton creek to Nassau river ; thence north For information,address
i by Amelia river to place of beginning. WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. E. A. nUR>>E. I
as'mad the State under the provide healthy leaves to absorb and appropriate 3
contract by District No. 4-To commence where the Director General.. I. & C. C. E.,
General Railroad Law, another direct breachof it. : railroad crosses Lofton creek ; thence up NEV Our s.LA. I

contract with the State under its speciallaw Water, composed of hydrogen and oxygen : Lofton creek to McQueen's swamp ; thence DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY ..- _-, T
furnishes these elements to McQueen's swamp' the Waterman Old
and a third direct ,.breach: of con- abundantly up NOTICE.AT .
growing plants as a general rule, without Field ; thence following the public wagon
city under the Transit ,
tract by the road to Port Henry on the St. Marys river to AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. a regular meeting of the Board of
laws Above Wl beyond all. it was a vio- any care on the' part of the husbandman. Amelia river; thence up the Amelia riverto TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Instruction held in Fernandina,.

lation of the Constitution of the United Moreover, it is the universal solvent, by the mouth of Clark's or O'Neill's creek Wind Mills for pumping water or running Fla., August 13th, 1884, it was agreed by

States, which prohibits the of a law means of which all plant food is rendered thence by the line of Clark's or O'Neill'creek > light machinery promptly erected on order. said Board that the public schools of Nassau-
passage to the railroad ; thence by the line of Church, Factory and School Bells for sale County, Florida, will open on the first :Monday : -
liquid and which also acts carrier to
by State impairing the obligation of ; as a
any railroad to place of beginning. at a bargain. in October next and continue five
contracts distribute nutrition all parts of the plantor District No. 5-To commence where the JI ag* Stoves at Wholesale Prices. months. Also, it was agreed that at our

In his veto message, after citing these ob- animal. railroad crosses Lofton creek where Mc- All goods delivered at the various trans- next regular meeting, which will be on the

jections, the Governor used this memorable Ammonia is the ultimate compound from Queen's swamp intersects Lofton creek ; portation stations within the city free of 11th day of September, 1884, we will hold
thence up McQueen's swamp to the ford of charge. All sales for-cash. an examination meeting for the purpose of
language: which plants derive their nitrogen. Though Mr. Higginbotham's place ; thence in a examining teachers who have not taught in

'It is manifestly important that invested nitric acid may act promptly as a nitrogenous southwesterly direction, following the old CORNER BROOKE AND SECOND STS. our midst before. Those who have taughtin

capital should be protected, and that its necessity manure, yet in the sap of plants we public road to Boggy swamp ; thence down this county before and whose certificates
and usefulness in the developmentof have not been able to detect that acid- Boggy swamp to Nassau river ; thence down ;Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. have expired, it is ordered that the Superin-
enterprises valuable to the people shouldbe Nassau river to the mouth of Lofton creek ; tendent renew their certificates. ThereforeI
recognized by conservative conduct on there it is always ammonia, by the anoma- thence up Lofton creek to the place of be- SEA ISLAND ROUTE. would respectfully solicit the attention of

the part of the State government. But we lous substitution of hydrogen for oxygen. ginning. the Trustees and patrons of the several
have especially in our keeping the honor This is the most difficult element to main- District No. 6-To commence at Port Hen- schools of our county to go to work at once-
and good faith of a great State, and we ry, on the St. :Marys river ; thence up the and work without ceasing, in order that
tain a supply of that the farmer has to the mouth of Little St. be in order the first
should St.
see to it that no suspicion attaches, Marys river to everything may good by
through any act of ours, to the fair fameof furnish for his crops. This is not so muchon Marys river; thence up the Little St. Marys GEORGIA AND FLORIDA of October, so that all the schools can openat

the Commonwealth. The State shouldnot account of the scarcity of ammonia as in river to the public road, known as the Old the same time and run along smoothly

only be !strictly just, but scrupulously the difficulty of retaining it. When King's road ; thence by the King's road to until the full time expires.L. .
fair, and in its relations to the citizen every organ- the point where it crosses Boggy swamp ; Inland Steamboat Co. W. llIGGI DOTH..U[,
legal and 1 moral obligation should be recognized ized bodies decay, whether animals plants, thence down Boggy swamp to the old ford County Supt. of Schools.,

: This can only be done by legislating the nitrogen they contain takes to itself near Mr. Peter Green's place ; thence following August 20th, 1884tdFOR ,

without vindictiveness or prejudice, and hydrogen from decomposed water, and the public road in a northwesterly
with a firm determination direction to the ford on McQueen's swamp ;
and fairly with those from whom to deal we justly exact ammonia is formed. This being; a light thence down McQueen's swamp to Water NO HEAT-! NO DUST RENT:

obedience. I am not unmindful of the volatile gas, passes into the air to float aboutin man's Old Field ; thence by the public road -BUT- DWELLING AND STORE.,

fact that this bill originated in response to that atmospheric ocean till it is washed to Port Henry, the place of beginning. LARGE extensive yard-room and gardens

the demand of a large portion of the people out by the falling rain, or taken up by District No. 7-To commence at the mouth A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque attached, on Alachua street ; suitable for a.
of New York for cheaper rates of fare between of the Little St. Marys river ; thence up the Sea Islands. large family or boarding-house. Possession
their some absorbment. By these means it is Little St. Marys river to the old King's road
)places of employment and their can be given about August 1st.
homes, and 1 realize fully the desirability ofsecuring impartially distributed over forests and (one leading to camp Pinkney) ; thence by

to them all the privileges possible; fields, lakes and rivers, and even the ocean the old King's road to .Camp Pinkney, on -- DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET:

but the experience of other States teaches its dividend but is lost for the St. Marys river ; thence down the St.Mar's facing the bay ; has eight rooms, large halls,
that St. :: river
we mu-t: keep within the limits of the to the mouth of Little Marys piazzas, excellent well, etc.
law and good faith, last in the end we bring soon as the sun warms up the moistened the place of beginning.

upon the very people whom we seek to earth, ammonia returns to the air again, District No. 8-To commence at Camp -- STORE AND DWELLING formerly occupied -

benefit and protect a hardship which must unless it meets with something to restrainit Pinkney, on the St. Marys river ; thence by by :Mrs.: Fletcher, on Third street. t
follow when those limits are ignored." the old Kings; road to the point where the -
in this lower world. Now this is just
Alachua trail leaves it thence followingthe ,
II. By the "Twelve Hours' Bill" we ; "'>: For terms, etc., apply to
where the care of the farmer comes in. It Alachua trail to Batton's ; thence westerly G. STARK.

presume our correspondent means the is his business to catch and hold the sly by the public road to Stokes' Ferry, on Fernandina, May 2, 1834.
"Conductors' and Drivers' Bill." This proVided the St. Marys river ; thence down the St. t 1
Ammonia like other and[
fugitive. gases
< that no horse railway Marys river to the place of beginning. 1
should company more than they, is readily absorbed by all District No. 9-To commence at the mouth
"exact from conductors or drivers porous substances, and held till the same of Boggy creek, on Nassau river ; following PATENTSMUNN-
employed by them more than twelve hours' Boggy creek to the ford of King's road
are heated to a greater or less degree. Of
labor for a day's: work" and should allow thence north by the King's road to Alachua ST. NIOHOLAS MUNN & CO.. of the SCIENTIFIC ASTKRICAW, continue -
all substances, carbon exhibits this absorb- trail thence the,lAlachna trail to the to act an Solicitors for J''"teats. (*:ivcuts. Trade'
them : by : for the United StateCanada,
treasonable time to obtain meals. MON- Mark* Copyrights/ :
ent power in the strongest degree. A range line No. 23 ; thence following the LEAVES England, France, Germany etc. II r.d Book about
Nothing was said about the compensation, cubic foot of fresh-burnt charcoal, at GOO range line south of the base line to the Friday mornings. Patents sent free. TUirty-i"vpn Yl'P',;'Co'ClJHicnce.
Patents obtained thronshMUNN K CO.are noticedIn
an.lthc term "exact" left it optional for boundary line of Duval county ; thence by Returning, leaves SAVANNAH, foot of the SciKN'Tinc AMERICAN. the largest t cst,ardmo
will take and hold 90 feet
the temperature, up the dividing line between Duval and Nassau Lincoln street, every Sunday and Thursday t widely circulated scientific paper. f:0ayearWeekly. .
employ. with to make a voluntary agreement of gaseous ammonia. Herein lies the chief counties to the mouth of Boggy creek, mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. formation.. Splendid Specimen engravings copy of tho and> i..lltif.c.mer intp'",sting in--
, employers to work more secret of the productiveness of a soil rich in the place of beginning. icon !lpnt fre-e. Address: Ui'i &CO.. fe Ulan: twelve hours a day if they choose. vegetable mould. Plants in the ordinary District No. 10-To commence at Stokes'Ferry For Regular and Special Excursion Tickets AMERICAN Office.2C1 Broadway New York.

The Governor's reasons for vetoing it were on the St. Marys river ; thence by -TO-
very brief and process of decay, leave a. part of their carbonin the public road to Alachua trail ; thence by U ( Y COTTAGE .
we append them in full: very fine particles undecomposed in the the Alachua trail to range line No. 23 ; Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, L ,

"I fail to see any good purpose to be soil. These absorb ammonia from the air thence south by range line No. 23 to base ALDEN of Bull Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
*tailed l apply to LEVE & corner
by this bill. It is and
line thence base line to Crosbey's bay
and retain it with a good degree of ; by ; and Bryan streets Savannah.
Palpably tenacity ,
: class legislation, in that it only thence by Deep creek : thence. down Deep will be FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
applies to conductors'and drivers on horse even under the heatof a summer sun. For creek to the mouth. Brunswick passengers either way

railroads.01 It does not prohibit the making the same purpose, (carbon in the form of District No. 11-To consist of all that por- transferred at St. Simon's for 24 by hours Steamer after Ruby.arrival Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,withor
a contract for number of hours' work Freight not signed board. Table Boarders will bo-
any without
tion ofthecounty south of the line commencing -
is used with good effect to .
and muck
If it preventthe will be at risk of consignee.F.
does is'an
it the
interference with also transient.
at the mouth of Deep creek ; thence by accommodated; ,
enlPloyer's as well the of ammonia from the manure W. SIMMONS, Agent, LUCY O. THOMPSON.MERCHANT .
: 3 employe's rights. said creek to Crosbey's bay to the base line ; Fernandina Fla.C. 2 Miss .
Uthecardriverand ,
!"ours conductors work fewer heap. Well-rotted manure is little else thence by the base line to the dividing line WILLIAMS Gen.
; Ag't,
,mi docs they mlhit'l''ceive less pay and this than the residuum of carbon from the decayof between Nassau and Duval counties. Savannah Ga. TAILOR. .
; 110t prevent that. I cannot think is establishedat e
The of No. 1
voting precinct
this bill is in the interest of the working- organic matter. Every farmer knows the court-house in Fernandina.The J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. .

uianIII.," how efficient it is in the growth of plants, precinct of District No. 2 is established R. G. :McQUITTY

TII Mechanics' Lien Law Bill" was and yet its chief value is in its ability to ob- at Amelia settlement formerly J. JAMES: McGIFFItf, Has removed his business to the rooms over

Inten e : to l give mechanics in lung and sorb and retain ammonia. The red oxide of D. Vaughan's place, situated in section'15, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER the New York Bakery, on Centre street.
'iuecn's township 2 north, range 28 east. He has received an assortment of seasonable
Bounties: a first lien on buildings that iron that generally colors our fertile clays is
their District No. 3.-The precinct is establishedat Alachua Street between Second and Third, goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto
unpaid labor had erected, but when it another good absorbment of ammonia. School House No. 20.- located on land make them, up to suit all tastes in the-

reached the Governor had been changed Every observing farmer knows. that a pale deeded by W. F Wood to the Board of Pub- FEr\.. XDINA" FLA.,. best style.

so that included in the first lien contractOrs clay is not a productive soil, anjBbis is the lic Instruction for school pu'rposes, and located Orders and estimates from a distance carefully $Repairing neatly done.

supply dealers, and all others interested. explanation of it. If a comm a.' tilizer' 26 east.in section 37, township 2 north, range attended to.- 25-" Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.






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,,.!. 'I to;. 1 LOI IllA iI1 1L01 ;:; timore and Fernandina and Boston EDITORIAL""* CORRESPONDENCE.. twenty-four hours from home, its of the protest of the n.lOst: upright men i in -

4 -, will be a most valuable addition pleasant climate mountain air the Republican party. There was no concealment Sat
pure -
...: ; to our transportation lines and and cool spring water make it de- or of the reasons urged for j
: rejection. He had stained with
Subscription S3 per year; six months, 81. fruit and venality Catpu
give our vegetable attractive. It also
growers IN FOREIGN MARKETS FLORIDIA servedly particularly and dishonor the second office in the Government

n4' Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor. greatly'increased facilities for reach- ,,S.AT SEWANEE- 'DEATH. OF ,suits the habits of the people -the Speakership of the Houseof eye tot:

1' .ing market. To supplement these ... .. of Florida as an educational institu- Representatives. He had drawn upon istifaf
as Secretary of 1
new arrangements, a semiweeklyline "" tion. The climate is bracing but State during his
Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for SEWANEE, October 1,1884.The brief term of office the gravest suspicions.
each subsequent insertion. to New York is essential. not cold the location heal- J
entirely He
summer of 1884 has been remarkably stood with a tainted record. His

t 's '. Special Reading local notices notices, 25 cents, 15 cents a line.a line. The fruit shipper should know dry throughout the cen- thy, the vacation in the winter allowing were notoriously corrupt and danger supporters -

:: Special'rate for time advertisements upon application when he places his fruit on the cars tral and southern portion of the the youth to be at home at ous men. Yet the party made him its can-

;,,1' at:the office.Communications. or boat at interior points, that there the pleasantest season in Florida didate. He was beyond question nominated
United States. You have fared ,
P t not because his dishonesty doubted
# but
upon all matters of local interest will be without fail a ship ready to : much better in Florida than have and all their studies during the summer because it was undoubted. The influences

;c' solicited from all parts of the county and from receive his fruit and forward it to its any of the States north of you. In months, when parents and which secured his nomination would have
tlit1 lines of Florida
along ; railways. .
3 All communications intended for publication destination, and that he will run no Georgia it is estimated that' one-half friends can visit 'them. The univer- been exerted to defeat any honest candi

a. should be addressed to the Editor: all business risk of any material detention; thatif only of the usual of cotton sity is one of the most prosperous date.
4 crop Grover Cleveland
Setters was nominated in
i simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY response -
x. from any cause it fails to reach corn and cereals will be made. Vir- schools in the South, and is con- to the general demand for honest

f a OCTOBER 4. '1884. the first steamer, it will go on with- ginia, Tennessee and Kentucky have stantly increasing in numbers and clean government. He was known to the

in a day by another. When con- all suffered gredtlj#by drought. 'Fortunately reputation. E. Democracy of the United States as a man

Y'' THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. fined to a weekly shipment the fruit who stood prominently forward. a sincere
spring were good.
crops THE OWNERSHIP OF PUBLIC earnest unpretending reformer; a man with
fears detention and
t grower naturally In the West, however the wheat STREETS.A the courage and the will to do his full tIuh-

,"r4' GROVER. FOR PRESIDENT CLEVELAND: the lying over one week to another. crop has been: 'a heavy one and question of considerable inter- to the public in any official trust"he might

., OF We.hope the Mallory Line will carry prices rule:loAv; so that the rest of est to the citizens of towns and cities accept ; a Governor whose integrity fitness
; .o i NEW YORK. out their desire to and fidelity to the people's interests had
,.' run semi-weekly
has been
the country will reap the benefit. lately decided in New won the confidence of the masses and madea

FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: steamers to New York, and receive The grain crops of Europe are short, York in reference to the ownership I few selfish men his enemies.

; .! THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, abundant patronage to justify them but America is not now the only of the streets. The telegraph poles Thus the great issue was joined in the

'N .: OF INDIANA.FOR in doing so. source of supply. The rich alluvial have been authorized or put up character of the two nominees. It was

", The energetic General Freight lands along the Tigris and Euphrates without authority and loaded withan clean government official against and corrupt government -
; integrity ainst
GOVERNOR: : Agent of the Florida Railway & Na-
produce large crops of wheat, immense mass of wires and sup- dark and abhorrent methods ; an honest

: } EDWARD A. PERRY, vigation Company F. B. Papy. Esq., which are sent to Europe by way of porting trusses, until in narrow public man against a venal and dishonest

'' '., OF ESCAMBIA. deserves great credit for the development the Suez canal, and owing to the streets they have become a serious public man.
'\ of the line. If the people should elect Mr.Blaine, they
's FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: new extremely low cost of production, obstruction to light; and in business would establish the principle that official

.1,Mf I'I4 :1 MILTON H. MABRY 1, the fertility of the lands, the cheapness streets the poles themselves some- unfaithfulness should be rewarded and 1

,I'!;1. OF .SUMTER. THE BLAINE CAMPAIGN.The of land and labor and the con- times planted in front of the very official fidelity punished. They would offer )1

weakness of the Blaine a premium to dishonesty in public life. anm
1 candidacy venience of water routes of trans- entrance, have interfered with the
;' 1 t J FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: They would encourage, lobby practices and pi
1J CHARLES DOUGHERTY is evidenced by the campaign portation can'be placed in the mar- loading and unloading of merchan teach office-holders that their hopes of

s f5e r 1' t ., OF VOLUSIA.MEMBER schemes by which a losing cause is I kets of Europe at a cost below the I dise. The judges have just had be- future preferment must depend upon their

1.,' +' attempted to be sustained. All the I.; American grain.. fore them the subject, and Judge success in making money out of their
} 4 : old party cries fall unheeding i VanBrunt decides that the does present opportunities.If $$1 i
.. r. ,, r'OR. OF ASSEMBLY. upon This competition is not to be met city the people should elect Grover Cleveland

j.Y,:.;,, "j .;. ',:,FRED W. HOYT, ears. The bloody shirt, the merits by any protective tariff, but is di- not own the land in the streets out- they would lay down the principlethat e'

\", b ; OF FERNANDINA.W. of the "grand old party," the wick- rectly promoted'by it. We cannot right, but only that part of the honesty and fidelity in public trusts tr w

.'J '.;, ; A. MAHONEY, edness of the Democratic party, the have all the advantages of trade on fee which enables it to use the would be certain to meet a just reward. e-\\

.I of Grant and Garfield draw They would do more than a hundred cfer
y, ; I OF CALLAHAN. names both sides as long as we are dependent land for street purposes, and for
statutes to make Civil-Service Reform a ernl
't .
'.' 1 I out no enthusiasm in favor of Blaine. on the markets of the world to street purposes only. All the rest, reality and to restore the public service to 111rit

,a I THE ORANGE BUSINESS. Two recent recruits are boasted of- dispose of our surplus.The residue and remainder belongs to the honor and rectitude.

The import value of oranges and Gould the of the The demoralization which extends w,
.: .J. Jay representative watering-places in the up- owner of the abutting premises, throughour in
:t :. ]lemons: brought into this whole and commercial
: country political systemis
of and the
robbery monopolies accumulation country are thinning out, and as a and so, it may be presumed, can be
: ', \ : for : ending June 30 1881 due to the corruptions of the Government.
': tj year was of wealth by railway job- rule people seek their homes by the used by them for any private pur- The water is made impure by the filth at .

} .I four millions of dollars, the duty on beries; Cameron, the corrupt manipulator 1st of October. Those from the Gulf pose not inconsistent with its use the fountain head. Whisky rings Star- of.w.,

::'":, 11f;I tt,j which. } ;was 20 per cent. It is estimated of and chief boss of political States, however, prefer to stay longer by the public." There has grownup route robberies stolen Presidencies purchased gl
: : that the 1 loss on foreign elections and marketable er
a judiciaryare
: machine work it is said have
come and make the middle of October an idea that the streets, parks
; t. : : and lemons will. the producers of fraudulent bankruptsand
---- oranges; : average
'. :.''J to the rescue of Blaine. and the 1st of November their peri- and open spaces ih a city had in defaulting bank officials.If 'vei
I f ;; 40 lIeI' cent. Add to this transportation eia1
;t 1 The Blaine organ par excellence, od of return. October is a charm some way become the property in Blaine should be elected on his bold ;
gym:; ,; :' for 4,000 miles and it will New York Tribune shows all the nomination the dishonorof
activity as a corruptionist
.... ing month on the n10ul1 ains. All I fee of the corporation, and that they
J' be seen that Florida are the nation would be If Cleveland
complete. -
of defeat. It '
a forthcoming the beauty of the changing and brilliant could use, lease, OJ: dispose of the
11; : protected: by the laws of nature to should be chosen on his nominationas H:
and snarls and
: snaps everything colors of autumn are seen in use'of the property at will. Whenit an upright,honest official the standard of

'."...'. t.. ,0 .,' :an extent of 50 per cent at least. everybody. It expressed the wish the mountain sides, the weather is is recollected that corporations are public honor would be raised to the eleva- 4:

..,1: I Ii ,t The Florida fruit ) recently that something would scare pleasantly bracing, and usually clear never the original owners of the tion of the best days of the Republic.York .- ew
4 :: will always command a higher price World.
: the into .
"h Republicans greater activity.The and bright. land and acquire the use of it by
i than tlc) foreign fruit. If prices fall -- l
..:: spontaneous enthusiasm of the The equinox this year is what the grant of the owners, it will be at For Collector of Revenue.The .
N;;. II'I., :': ',. the loss: will foil upon the inferior country is all with the Democrats.At friends of Mr. WARREN F. SCOTT beg ,
that the doctrine stated
be called and once seen
a dry equinox so 0b
may ,
to his for the consideration of
present name
i fruit. Poor fruit to the I
/d.\\ always
: / '. goes a recent political meeting in far we have not had the usual heavy by the New York Judge is the nat- the Democratic voters of Nassau county for LPi
J jf '.; wall. 'Vhat.w most need is the Ohio addressed Mr. Hendricksand re-election. Mr. Scott. as is well known
.i" ? by rain and wind 'which are supposed ural result of the application of legal I has been a good and faithful officer and if T.
:!; ili,!: (!_,: '..' means of distributing our crop to others, it was estimated that to mark the seasomi.Florida principles to the qualified rights elected will serve with the same fidelity to .
,: :!it. 'advantage throughout the country the people that he has done heretofore.For 1.d;
tf':! there were 100,000 people present; has been well representedat by the corporation. Of course a cor- .1.II. .
.. ; < that Florida will be like
> so
Democrats Re- Collector Revenue. IIb
men or Independent of
Sewanee this summer. Families poration has no to close a
,'. ,:0' j .<: ; raisins or other stock fruits, always power Yielding to the urgent solicitations of the tl
: who had
publicans, come togetherto from Pensacola, {Middle and. East public street and lease it.to an individual Democratic voters of Precinct No.8,1 hereby
,: :1,. : in market and not confined to two I : candidate for the
show their interest in the announce myself as a
suc- ,
Florida and number of Flor- because such e.D\
a large a dispositionof
'::h .-' -or three winter months. The new office of Collector of Revenue of Nassau
.' cess of the Democratic ticket. The ida students make the name and the it is inconsistent with the uses County, and ask the suffrages of the Demo-
.{ ;; : :, isteamship facilities will give much cratic voters of the countv..
crowds which assembled the d.
... '!. '-'t .: along interests and news of Florida a common for which it was granted. The pub- J. E. DAVIS.

)j d ro. aid to the orange grower. They line of Elaine's journey are the topic of conversation. I think lic and the abutting parties have a King's Ferry, Fla., Sept 17, 1884. .
I' t, ; '; ''. need to be supplemented by railway -
} : crowds which Jumbo when
1 greet
there are upwards of a score of Flor- superior right to the control of the .For Tax Assessor.
. :;': :' !k.c, connections \"ith.throl1h bills Barnum gets up his procession The ida boys in the schools of the Uni- public streets.A Believing that I have proven myself a

.t.:i ,.. :tjf/ ,;f. of lading to all points in the interior.Why crowds which come out of curiosityto versity. faithful county. and servant considering of the people myself of by Nassau reason

I' t :;: 1: :1:!; O|s it that we can ship vegetable gaze at anybody or anything for The university has been much NEW L1+DUSTRYIt of past experience, fully competent to per- 1

,11I.\, ; \ the time notorious whether it be
1 t ,">'& ;!< shocked and grieved by the intelli- office, and pledging myself to a faithful discharge -
' i .\. ; ''.v 1 f'I <,1 point jn Florida with a through bill Jumbo the Japanese Princes Sit- notice the development of every new of the duties devolving upon me. i1E
i ( ';>' gence of the death in New York on if elected I hereby place myself before youas 1b
\: ;]fL, of lading, and cannot ship oranges industry in Florida. Among the
.: .: .! ting Bull or Mr.\ Blaine. Mr.\ Elaine's the 29th of September of Mr. John a candidate for Tax Assessor of Xassau n

: .... ", .t. !, to any point beyond: New York in magnetism is below par. The bril- shipments recently made by the county, and respectfully solicit your suf-- C
Parsons, the only:, of our well- frages. Respectfully,
l :- ,: the same manner? We see no rea- liant, aggressive campaign turns outa known Col. John Parsons ton of Bay- :Mallory Line was a large quantityof W. II. GARLAND. 3II i!

t \: :: l:i .son ekcept the unwillingness of defensive. one, and the greatest Florida: Mr.\ Parsonswas honey. Again, we notice the ar- Notice.I jI'/
port, Young am a candidate for the office of Assessorof
(, t. rival.at Jacksonville of
:steanl$hip companies to this ; a large quan- I't
efforts of Mr. Blaine
i J. I .. are to educated here and held in 'universal Revenue, and respectfully solicit the sup- !
j .. : i..:..;,..1 class 6f: freight on the 1 same conditions attention from Mr. Blaine. His followers tity of honey by the schooner Dum- port of Conservative Democrats of the coun
d I' '4 :r l esteem. He spent most of ty. T. J. WlXOATE.Evergreen .
other and melt. Our readers would
A. freight. Oranges probablybe
lt us
and all Fla. 4.
:, speakers pipe on pro- the summer here} und ,left. for New Sept 24,1884.
:t :;.:: .t ': lemons arc far less perishable than tection, and nothing else. much surprised at the value of
; ;. York with his father only a few For Tax Assessor.
.... 2Jij other :fruIts, and our railroad connections the honey of the United States. r.
): the is not the crop
Evidently campaign weeks since with the most bright The friends of Mr. T. G. P, Thompson
i .,: :li : West are willing to carry brilliant march over that Mr.\ Blaine and of life's The honey crop of Florida, now con- announce him for the position of Assessorof r.i
cheering anticipations
Taxes for Xassau Mr.
county. Thomp- i
"J l+ fruit to point which can be fined to home consumption for the
: hoped for. The plumes on theknight's He be is a first-class business man, and if elected
;{ happiness. was engaged
<:: :' l reached by railroad. tin most part, will become a valuable will give the office that careful attention ,
casque are bedraggled, married soon to one of the fairest which it demands. c
1 ii'. ; An early meeting of orange shippers adjunct to our other products. The MANY VOTER
,' I the armor is tin and the knight is, daughters of Tennessee and had DEMOCRATIC 1:

: .: :. ,'t.r should be held to arrange a unlike Chevalier Bayard, full of fear, everything before him that was whole State is suited to the supportof Fernandina, Fla., September 27, 1884.

;.{ 't:r;" more perfect system of transportation full of reproach. bright and happy. His death is a bees, and our forests are full of For Superintendent of Public In- f

: 1i' i : that 'fill orders from bee-trees where the wild struction.
,; i' FQ., we can 1 swarms -
'q t .. sad blow to his,father; who loses an Yielding to the solicitations of many
;/ .;. t i oily; point and ship with through 1 Colonel William MacWilliams, Presidential the of his their honey. As a regular in-. friends I announce myself a candidate for

.,.. < ;" 11>&s' of lading at any rate. The Elector on the Democratic ticket for the only son, prop declining dustry it is undoubtedly quite profit- the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
I Second Congressional District has resigned. years, to his affianced, whose young and respectfully ask the supportof
I' : -i.! '., : ", prange trade is valuable enough to After the Palatka convention the Mirror life is sq sadly overwhelmed, and to able, involves' little trouble or ex- the. Democratic voters of Nassau county.

f ; ..1U> transportation lines to enable us to, pointed out the danger of making-the nomination his friends and companions r ,who pense, and brings in much aid to Evergreen Fla., Sept f4, 1884e JOHN OWENS.

':'. -:4': f,1, ,i; obtain.. satisfactory arrangements If on theerr ground upon which the family purse.
loved him well.Sewanee .
Mr. MacWilliams For Superintendent of Public In-
resigned. During
.t '41 we.require them.t <, pro- --
; .
; .: gress of the canvass Mr. MacWilliams has is very popular with the THE MEANING OF THE ELECTION., struction.The

'1 t, 'r'::;; ,' 'c'.". 11i1.E1{' STEAMSHIP LINES.' done excellent service upon the stump Floridians. A charming society, The people are called upon at this time botham friends hereby of present Mr. Lewis his name W. Higgin-for the (

,'. 't ; t The recent arrangements made for especially in Middle Florida,and it is gratify- abundant topics of interest pleasant not only to elect a President of the United election by the Democratic voters of this
.in to know that, although he withdrawsfrom States but to erect standard of county to the office of Superintendent of
if> the establishment of a line of steamships drives and public
lectures and
: Public Instruction. Mr. Higginbotham
the ticket, he will not withdraw from
uali; I honor. :
: between Fernandina and Bal ,<.. tJ. has served a term of two years! and has
the and
I\\; : : canvass., amusements: only a little over Blain ?J9'inatiori was made in defiance proved a faithful and efficient officer. J

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srpct iaisii.riu.Hl lion.of announces Vnbllc himself Instintcdntendettt as a- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS J- &> T_ IZD'HAVE : i i

1'K r office of Superintendent of1illiftruc 'I. I
) ou for X asau county. If "
rublic J'ff' ,) Democratic voters of theadenin OPENED THE- r
elected > the ,M.sjtion I.promise to -

istcr fairuc"s nllt the>i fr to office aFerry sections faithfully of.the.,, ,HIGGiNRUTiiAal and county.with equal, ]vtcDE3: :BRCJS: : ] E"'ALL C.A..1\I.P.A.IG-N": : [ '

'a Fla., &!** 17, 1884. J "

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Have just received an entire new: Stock in every department,, from the .

Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- FALL WINTEE GOODS

chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low

ao wccyr ...
1 :
'Li' < \Ve have endeavored to select the
I': :1:1Ij Latest Styles in We have received our stock 033*GENTLEMEN' ,

: jgjj Latest and Most Fall Dress Goods, FALL CLOTHING
jl : Stylish Designs to foei'f IXmnd, Furnishing Goods
Ij Men's Boys', Youth's.Brocades .
I I'gyp '"' and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves.,,and"see the Alpacas, Velvets, An in all the '
elegant line. Also the
I I '' : r lit
1 ,, Velveteens, etc. Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.

I jOJIJIEN8E: :: BAIIGAINSIto I- Great Bargains IN % A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for.- r

'411(40 BLANKETS COMFORTS New Cloths and Cassineres, BROWNING, KING & CO., j

be had in Fernandina at the establishment of of New York
i Linen Towels, Toweling, BOOTS SHOES,

i And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.

MODE BROTHERS Goods.: TRUNKS AND Y VALISES Suits made to order and a .

POWDER Mattings.! Rugs, Oil Cloths Fit Guaranteed. ,
A large line of I' I i
f -IN- Fancy Goods and Notions, !
Underwear,ti SPECIAL ORDERS ;
Pure. Hosiery and Gloves, .
Absolutely DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in New YorkBy ;

I POWDER{never varies. A marvel Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. OUR RESIDENT BUYER.
THUS purity!strength and wholesomeness.?
Mure economical:tlian the ordinary! kinds GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,

and cannot lie sold in competition with the tJ". c c -JW.: : -YJJ: : :)
of low short weight,alum or ,
multitude tent,
,P lap date}po\vders.i{ Sold only in cans Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths.WE I Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,

3S ._lOG \fall\ Street. New York. HAVE JUST RECEIVED i'NEtr YORK OFFICE-83 Walker'St. [ FERNANDINA, FLA..


o, receipt{ of $) 'e .. /
u !rlld{'OU:11I EIl?l'- /iBLani ..- WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.
: ). Bur !ljir: :::: ;;= ;:: LINE 1
81. C.U1 Uols .
trIIIS::! ;; '
-. EicctricttasLiRlitI'olesraph / -- _
arms Medical U'atCeitc. '". FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

<;h,! : i 18-ly FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
In regard to n'ur new Electric Light,
">think you will by; exceedingly successful
.r i -"wring its universal adoption.Y.ry .
truly. yours, MINER& REDFIKLD.
737 Broadway, N. Y." 72-
I witnessed with much jleasure the tests lkT
v>mr new Electric Light: I believe your PAUL EUNICE'SDRS ,, '."
>i tied no dilHcuity in bringing it into
""ai use:; Kastcrn )Ian. "Northwesti.umbermun. ;
\Ve take \\l amte in stating that the tests + to,.
mwVs'.It >M)ut\.h ,tr\c Light proved per- I --
"Matisfartory.,: Yuu will have a large .;,'
..1 I ready 1'>:11('. 'mrs truly, i GOODS EMPORIUM IT: '1 "
KiniAnDs, & Co, :
21! and 2C Fourth Avenue. N.Y."
fiic! above' testhnonials explain tliemWi t t r 4-i-
; cs. +-FtFFtrtrrt+-FrtmNtYi'rY 1--FHtfrti-J+-F1--h1-N'-h -

Master's .Sale. : OF TEXA8, 1,54.2 TON 3. '

\j liivrcc rendcrinl in the Circuit Court WIESTEItlV TEXAS, 1,810 TON 1 1i
n! r the Fourth Juuicial: Circuit of Florida, i
N 'va County,4111 the 4th day of SepteniA. -
''1"1', .D. 1SSJ:, by W. 13. Young, Esq.: ref ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. r
"t"', in the suit of I). M. Hammond vs.
'r!',",. J. \Vliaruui for foreclosure of mortI Dress Goods Silks Satines a
-,'-'", will as Special Master named in ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK '
-am..U-orif: offer for sale to the highest! bid- THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville 1
"' '! ,(in the t first rfncllof FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc.
November next, This Ijiiic, having no Transfers between Femaiuliiia and New
:-MS the third day of said mouth between York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
"e legal hours of sale on said day all the FRUITS VEGETABLES and others.
'\'tale.\'harton title and intenvt which Thomas J. SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
had on the 8th day of April A. ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE: making close I,
0.' l.*!;. in and to lot No. ((9)) nine, in Block connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA: & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD
>II h.cnty.lh'c: (:fl i), in the City of Fernan- (AN ,ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
'""a, Nassau County, Florida. JOHNS OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: antI with the FLORIDA TRANSIT:
I lerins cash, purchaser:'paying for title. Gloves and Mitts.ALSO RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
Hamburg Edgings .
Special Master. for LAKE WEIR.
1 K'rnandma Fla.,Sept.;J20 1884. 45-td
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Slae.ii1T's Sale. For freight, passage rates and schedules or further information, apply to

TNlER}) and by virtue of an execution Gents' Goods R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
iiudicial' 1. 1 A- out of the Circuit Court, Fourth Furnishing FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
'I : Circuit in and for Nassau County, H. MALLORY & CO., ;
-smt in
said Court determined, wherein Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
iJ" t3rbllck: f is Plaintiff) and Henry Ho-
CLOTHING: :: :: :
ells! defendant, I have 'levied upon and .
coon still' at I publio auction in front of the GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.
1tt ,
)ue in the! citynf Fernandina on ,
Ill" tl:} the 3d dof. Ndvember, 1884, dur- ,
I' Il' le 1 ;al 1 hours of sale: Lot number 28
II I ) -
Fernanljm ck number_NO; situated( ill the citv of :; H. E. DOTTEREL k r
the ),Nassau louttty levied upon as TRUNKS, VALISES, 'ETC.,1 y

purc11 aserpaytnt; for title.
_td------- SleriffNassau, Co. : SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS -+1* *" !*



: Orange lion a Shingle Machine
'1ro{ cin eatatncue, Saw blWe,and, 1.J'De.Prices? ...before Rewwe buying., &0 FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. '

65. 61, 69, ElM S l.. CINCINNATI, tt
__ ?'rite for CaWojue and muticn this paper.) The Uptown Clothing House i

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to F. M. Hobinsoii, ,, Gents' Furnishing Goods; Umbrellas, etc.,

; CITY. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the'place: -- -



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F .. f ...;,-- ,. 'THE. {' FLORIDA '.MIRROR OCTOBER 4, issi .
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of Inres-J. Matthews.. LIBERTY. I HOLMES.
County.Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. I Collecor of et'Cme'V. F. Trantham,
United States County Jwtoe)(. J. Solomons.. 1 i County Judge-A. H. Brownell.
ri ;';,: Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk -\\\ \V. Jeter. .' Clerk-T. H. Pitman.SheriffThomas .

.p LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Skerijf-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-)!. L. Paine, Sheriff &. F. Hosford/ X. Ellis: 1

4'' i 'RegtSter-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor, of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy., k Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.

Lr ? ''Receiver F. Rollins, Gainesville erson. MONROE COUNTY' Collector of Ret.'enue-Thos. P. Shuler. Collector of Ret'enue-William Tntter
SILrvellor-General-)1alachi Martin, Talfa1 Collector of Relenue-J. R. Herndon San-. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Win. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton
hassee. derson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent of ScltoolsWhitui
4 DISTRICT COPET. Superintendent of Bc/wols-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. I Ci!'ft.'
r Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter,C. Maloney, Jr., WASHINGTON. A
i J'ul Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West.v County J/tlge-X. C. Shackelford.Clerk I County Judge-Wm. B. Jones

}, '," .. i;JI3rslwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville.I County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of RevenueMason, S. Moreno, -!,\ E. de la Run. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
:.Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff- Melvin.

4 t: I| INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. SuperintendoLitof Schools-J. V. Harris,Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.
-\.Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm s. Collector of! Ret'e1we-John Roche
9# ep ; Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook, i 1i 1t
r i] COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent Schools
of I).
Collector Revenue H.
$ :' ;;John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe. of .-Bunberry Haynes, dina.County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- WALTON. CALHOUN. Horn,

> y, .;JJolm.F.Edwin Higgins House,St.Jacksonville.Augustine. Superintendent of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel l )McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.

:" .'. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLtod. I Clerk-James S. Fannin. .
i "; BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor nf Taxes-\\rm. H. Garland, Fer Sheriff. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
;! State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City I nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. I Treasurer-J. P. Richards. t
IIi:i Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer- Collector of Rel'cntter. B. :McLeod. Collector of Inellue-Joel P. Atkins:,
:: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D: L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John. Bush. i

Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John II. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Be/wuls-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools\\'. (;. tOIlfcH.
,:Lieutenant-Guvenwr-Livingston "". Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- botham, Callahan.]
Key West.Secretary gianna. County Tredsuree-Gustav Stark, Fenian-

Y of. State John L.''Crawford, Tal- Collector of Rerenue-D. ,V. McQuaig. Bre- dina.. .." THE OELEBRATEDWOOTON 4t
lahassee. vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

I. ComIstrollerD.. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando.

4 a Treasurer-Henry A. L'En Tallahassee. Titusville.. Clerk-TbQS; J. Shine Orlando. DESKS.

''I: ,AUorney-Gmeral-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Orlando.
.' ; .7 ;: hassee.Commissioner. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort
I' ,1. : of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid. Fla.Collector. SOLID COMFORT (.OFFICE A ArrLl.\XC

j Tillahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Ret'eI&Ue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. rig

;..' Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
d ; < Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools John T. Beeks, I aud L,

; .; ,Adjutant-General-J.E.Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY. ,
OF d9J
1 I '('Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-R. W._ Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. p q a- WITH THEM. i
i Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
Clerk-R. C Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff Thomas Shally.
'' Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor A. Woods..
Special Agent-Columbus ,
"I a Building, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'elUte-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top. Why use Desks of
Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. ordinary
w ,0 I SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. construction when, for slight!

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

,/ "r Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. r = -',- the benefit of our improve
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; : 1 .1 see. Lake City. c _
Sheriff Green B. Weaver
Perry. ments
---- Awkward closets
; jl Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
'.'i :: ., ... Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. VIII11n. AInm11.T"FX IFlNrI .Mnn An. side drawers done away witL.
:.,I i i.: i'!' 11 Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. t 1[ ', 'I w Wesubstituterevolving cases.

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

.' ;f. :' ,' .l' J First ('ircILit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ,County .riJeyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. a" touch of the hand and are
\W ,. sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. ai thus enabled to furnish
: ; c:I Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. double
I':: I" i r sec Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, ST. JOHN'S a __ __ -,- the space generally given on

I- ..t(I Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. COUNTY. -- -- each side; and when. cases are
of Sclwols-Albert J. Rus- County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus- _
.J". t., Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent tine. open, the whole interior i is
;; N. ville. sell Jacksonville. ... -
"< ,' Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros flooded with light and all
\ St.
', ;. Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
!I to ville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without /
J, County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. of A of offered for selection and
,,' J Sixth Circuit-R. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. change position. variety rotary cases are applied to

',( ,i' !t 1 I 1l Seventh C'ircuU-'V. Archer Cock Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Augustine.Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

:,;, I .' Assessor of Taxes-J. :M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.
'. Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, t 11L THE "WOOTONCabinet
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. A
v 1 l : FIRST CIRCUIT. of Sc/wols-J.. Reed,
Fall Term- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. Office Secretary.
!' 1 1 r Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,

., Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
W. L. Frierson Brooks-
!" Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday ville.County Judge- Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

in October. Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented
'a Washington, 2d Monday af'ter4th Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, business One hundred anti
; in October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. rv-n, to the public.

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks, Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
October. ston, Sumterville. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants
M Collector of Revenue J?.M.Hedich Brooks-
'4 ; ; Escambia, 1st Monday in December. ville. .. SJJWANEE COUNTY. oJ ""I'' :Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials -
"'t ; IV This act amended section 2 of act of February -
#' :'rM 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live 1 s 1 and Professional Men generally.,
Fort Dade. Oak.
lt.1) *
Spring Term.
ti THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOEOUGH COUNTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. ..
Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak.
; Term- ,
Spring L. Crane
County Judge-H. Tampa.
\ Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st. Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,'Vel born. Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
Collector of Ret'enue-'Vilson H. Sessions
April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. ,
$ Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
Superintendent Sch.ools-.T. o. C.
? ; Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, of Jones
i: Suwanee 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
In' > in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.
s '' Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- i

'r'4,,,. in April. JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.
'* Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
't'I;: in Sheriff W. A. Cone ,
I April. ,
SJuriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello.
I i': Fall Term- Assessor of' Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen .
Clerk W. C. Bird, Monticello.
,, k : Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. itI1NEWII yRUjV
I' October. Monticello. I Collector of Ret'enue-P. N. Bryan, Glen
Madison 2d in October. Cove. ;n.:
f'. Monday '
County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon-
,1\, Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent Scl&ools-L. D. Huston, i
','' "'.." Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Relenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise.
in October.

t''i';? : Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawford vi lie.Sheriff .
.. October. Charles
keenah. Alligood, Crawfordville.
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Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. TIlE FLORIDA

.,'.r 0 I:' : in October. FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville Superintendent: of Schools-E. 'Y. Watts,

\ .a Term Sheriff J. J. Johnson Old Town. OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
i1' : County Treasurer-. W. Walker, Craw- rp
'I'I St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. fordville.

Clay 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Be/wols-J.C. RamseyNewTroy. Collector of Ret'enue-R. McMillan,Craw-
.,: Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Fernandina,
: Baker 2d in County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
Tuesday April. Assessor of Taxes-H. H: Walker, Craw-
r' .... Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line.
1.1 I \ Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA.
Fall Tt.'rm.- Old Town. And Cedar Key.
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
1 ,;!i1 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert Q

( : Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Robinson. _
rr tf Baker 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rrz.'mue-'V. J. Williams. ,
"i :; i Nassau, Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-'\". J. Stephens. |IIOffers( to Lessees and Purchasers a large

i Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. ,at.. .
L 4 k j FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable ; -

",' : Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. zu'
n ; Sumter, Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

: Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C, Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bo wen.
L i '- i Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. City or Suburban Residences,
j I : March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-J. D. FilI s. z O "
i t : IJH. I..e4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS. ati

.'. isiLiv/ 1.4 i> : March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary. tr r ry
; Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to b
3 : March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. BADE. Ki Pll /'r
s N'a t: ? Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E.1: Heyser. in Su1tI
parties engaged manufacturing or indus-
5 ,1 a ; Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Revenue;. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. WVFaulkner. I
r : Marion, Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Wm..M. Mattaur.
t rial
; enterprises who will erect the
1 > ; ;1 j Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. on prop- (-
i- 4th hall Bronson. Collector of Ret'e1lue-"m. H. Benest. t
q Levy, Tuesday in November. .
s erty purchased substantial
r ;. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Ben est. improvements tt.
; I 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. I
November. t.
k y' v SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. for residence, or in which to conduct their t.I
son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
I Spring Term- I
f Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business. 1TiGutArtP
4r Orange, 4th Monday in January. rECT I
Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. pAt
Volusia 3d
4'1 Brevard,, .Monday Monday in in February.March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James Ileam. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS "' trlN EVER 1 NEV R

Jh Dade 3d in Madison. Collector of Ret'enue-John Anderson. 1 OUT Of ORiJEfi.I ti tic .
Fall Term, -Monday April. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from ) 1As NO EQUA .
Orange 2J in Collector of Ret'enueD. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. I I --e> TINIWH
t y ", Monday August. taxation
Madison. offered by the several cities and
Volusia 2d ItiaUiCHIm.i
Monday in September. r
,, Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Madison. FRANKLIN.
y Brevard 4th Monday in September.:
County Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to
+,, y Dade, 2d Monday in November. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. :Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS, i 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.

,t County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. \\\CAQa pRANQF \.ANl.t
G t-
;: County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Trea.mrer-R. H. Porter. 'Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. ILLMASS.. GA-

ALACHUA. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Revenne-George A. Patton. : FOR SALE:: BY
c 4 t f ., vine.County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines town.Assessor of Taxes W. F. Parrish, Braden- Superintendent of Taxes-F.of Schools Egbert.-Henry C. Hicks. Wood, Wood.

Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Clarion' G. Carlton, GADSDEN. .., ........ ", ..\_"....",. "> Having recently established a '\"oodYarJnear
4" '"''''"" )>,"\ > "
'. Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. > v ""- .', ,';:"..1... ';',.,..:."*!'*'.J,- :- *.... '. .i Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, ::
; ville. Pine Level. Clerk-Henry S. Reeves.Sheriff'Thomas ."....,j'. .":>r" .,-:-'! necessary machinery; for sawing and splitting
Mitchell. : '
: ':" "":-$'' '1 FIRE-WOOD
'.; l zn Collector of Revenue-H..C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. TreasUTer..A.: M. Smith. .. } ; ,
l :. : vine. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall Ocala Collector Ret.'enue-R." l ., I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood
of Morgan. ;
) 1 i fireplace
.. ; ? Y sawed to lengths for either stove or
: ; Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. T any ,

n 'i, f''eH,,,'c".,' .. .., Gainesville... Sheriff. A.. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E.X.' Allison: :'.'"-.. ':<\'"1:'1"1"&NSr'"': y'.,''rxeN' '<- !,y. at ONE! DOLLAR J.PER A. ELLEBMASS.LOAD.




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:' THE FLORIDA MlfcfiORi OCTOBER 4, 1884.JofltfoniECTioN. ,. :


for against a Convention, and did therein J r" FIXEr gi '
N provide and directthat the Secretary of GOING KOKTH. sT.MARK'S BRANCH. '

State should incorporate, with the notice of Day Pas. M Pas. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MASK'S.)

11 and Singular the Sheriffs of the the 1884 General a notice Election of such to be held in the year iLLINERYiol Leave Cedar Key_............?.... A'MP'31 7.35 7.50- Leave Tallahassee...................._ .._ 8.00 a n*
ft.i.j Florida' : with instructions i Leave Rosewood.................... 8.07 8.30 ArriveWakulla............................. 9.05 a in
'ilatt of : proper with as to the mode of .. .................... : Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.38 9.12 Arrive St. :Mark's-........................ 9.30am.
1 ; that I. JOHN I... CRAWFORD, compliance such recommendation ; .......-............................ Leave
'f\\v vr Now Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15 10.00 St. Mark's-.......................10.00 a. m
17"t Hr\-'of: State, of the State of Flor- THEREFORE is notice.of such recommendation Leave Archer....................... 9.45 10.35 Arrive Waknlla-..........................10.25am
It,ftrplV notify all and singular the ing instructions hereby given and the follow- -AT- Leave Palmer.......................10.01 10.54 Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 a m
'Jk-ftofthe:: several l Counties of the State mode of compliance are hereby with such given as to the Leave Arredondo..................10.15 11.11

.1/f Florid that : recommendation KING'SBAZAEHATS Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.36

:It.\L ELECTION First elector .. A. M. CONNECTIONS.
XI Any desiring to vote at such
.t Gf Florida election in favor of such Convention Arrive aldo...... .. ............11.23 12.30 At. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
p heM in each County in on have written Leave Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 Jail points North and East with the Fernan-
first or printed tbe balloton ;
the on
TUe Ada' nCIt \succeeding: D 1884, the said Tuesday Monday which the names 'of the same person or BONNETS, RIBBONS, Leave Thurston....................11.56 2.30P. dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
3ovC l11brr, voted for for office l\f. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
being In the said persons election ate written any or and at Leave Starke........................12.30 2.47 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
fourth day of Member, the same side thereof or such printed, on FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS. Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-

and Lieutenant-Governor written or printed and as not names the other are Leave Lawtey.-....................12.58 3.23 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fernandina. -
Fur;a Governor of Florida, and for four Electors side, the words FOR A CONVENTION on A Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mull Fichus Leave Highland..................... 1.14 3.45 Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
ot the: -1'Mnt tatc and Vice-President of the Uni- and elector desiring to sucha ; I Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida
ot Convention any voteagainst : Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 I & Western Railroad. _
ted State:;; llenrcMjntotivc of the First Con- such ballot, shall on have the ide written thereof or printedon above CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS, Leave Baldwin...................... 2.05 5.40 ; At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

otc Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 6.00 Railroad
fursional 1)istrict of Florida in the Forty- prescribed, the AGAINST A CON- I on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
;. : of the United States; VENTION." Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 6.15 urdays. .
anth]\ r,,n'rcss: representative of the Second Second The votes cast this Arrive Callahan..................... 3.10 6.50 At Chattahpochee River, with the Pensa-
For ""':onal Itt 'strict Florida in the For- shall be, canvassed, and on declaration question and All of the Latest Styles. Leave Callahan..............."...... 3.18 7.10 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-

:ou"rl' Congress of the I United SItll tates.n.nll return thereof shall be made by the Inspectors Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 sacola, Mobile Montgomery, New Orleans,
Arrive Fernandina............... 4.38 8.40 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest
General Elec- and by County Canvassing Boardsandthe ,
day a FANS ,
\11 don the same State Canvassing Board, in the same CORSETS, 1J2r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; and Northwest and with all boats for Apa-
lion will: be held manner and at the same time as votes cast Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula.

Counts: of Escambia for a Senator for persons for offices at said election are Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to ,
tIle all Nest.Through .
/11 fir.>t Senatorial I Districtthe ; required by law to be canvassed, declared DIVISION. points
fni:: County' \ of Jackson for a Senator and returned. WALDO Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths }
the ( TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) secured at
Company's Depot Ticket Office
Third Senatorial District; The attention of the Sheriffs is called to + ,
+I I I i II! II I--M < ''I 1 II II II II 'l-| GOING SOUTH. and at new office southwest corner of Bay
ir1:11tile: /()lUutics of Calhoun and Franklin the law requiring them to cause a notice of
Day Pas. M Pas. an... Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
Dis- said election to be published in a newspaper SUMMER GAMES.
for a printed theC'ountyandiftherebenoparer -4 J" P.M. A.M. A. o. MACDONELL,

tri Untic 'of Liberty and Waukulla published in the County, they shall cause at *, ,M I I I I i I I ,l-j- { 1 II II, II ,l-f-1-- Leave Waldo........................ 3.00 12.40 Gen Ticket and Pass.Agent.
A heC) from the Seventh -Senatorial l least five copies of this notice to be postedin Leave Dixie........................... 3.21 1.10 Fernandina, Fla.
i lora Senator the most public places in the County.IN Leave Hawthorne........... ...- 3.37 1.33 C.fAXVELL,
Vi.tr' jet; of Jefferson for a Senator TtSTIMOSYVJlEREOF, I have here- Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, Leave Lochloosa.................... 3.57 2.03 Master of Transportation
Infrom the Ninth County Senatorial District! ; unto set hand and affixed theL. Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33. Baldwin, Fla. y

the the County of Hamilton for a Senatorfrom [ s.] Great Seal my of the State of Florida, at MARBLES, KITES, ETC. Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.36 2.52 D. MAXWELL,
In Eleventh; Senatorial District; Tallahassee, the Capital, this, the Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 General Superintendent.
the of Alachua for a Senator twentieth day of August A. D. 1884. -ALSO- Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.31 3.35 Fernandina. Fla.
In the County Senatorial District : Leave Ocala............................ 5.45 4.00
fnm! the Thirteenth of Bradford for a Senator; JOHN L.Secretary CRAWFORD of State.J. Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 Savannah, Florida and Western

In, the County Senatorial District Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09 I I
Fifteenth A. ELLEBMANX Sheriff Nassau County.
from the ; Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 RAILWAY.
for Senator Fernandina
of Putnam a Fla. August 2H 1884-40-td.
Jn the County Senatorial District KING'S BAZAR Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10
Seventeenth ,
the ;
In the County, of Marion for a Senator In the Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial GOING NORTH. .
Senatorial District Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Fernandina. A.)!. P.M.
the Nineteenth ; ,
Circuit Nassau
County trains of this
from Counties of Dade and Brevard for Leave Leesburg...................... 6.50 6.00 road are run by Central .
In the Meridian time
from the Twenty-first Senatorial Florida. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 ((90th) which is: 33 minutes
Senator slower than Jacksonville
JANE :M. :MOORE: FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 time.
District: .
the County of Sumter for a Senator vs. }} DIVORCE. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 -
in the Twenty-third Senatorial District ; ERNIAII100 HE. J FOR SALE CHEAP : Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 ON and after Sunday, July 13, 1884, Pas-
win : Trains will leave and
: In the County of Walton for a Senator T APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVITfiled AND SLABS, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 follows arrive as
(mm the Twenty-firth Senatorial District; that Berniah Moore, the defendant EDGINGS 10 cents load. Leave Anthony: Place............ 9.15 9.28 :
lu the Counties of Polk and Manatee for resides beyond the limits of the State of per Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

-anatorruin the Twenty-seventh Senato- Florida, so that ordinary process cannot be ROUGH LUMBER Leave Orange Lake................ 9.40 10.08 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:25 a mat
up'District ; served upon him ; now, therefore, it is or- From $5 to $16 per M ft., Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.45 Arrive Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm
I ii L the Count'of Volusi-i for a Senator: dered that a hearing be had upon the facts according to quality. Leave Hawthorne..10.23 11.15 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:03 a m
mmtheTventy, -ninth Senatorial District; charged in complainant's bill of complaint, DRESSED LUMBER, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:45 a in
ni I the County of St. John's for a Senator filed in above stated cause, on the first Monday $12 to $20 per :M. feet. A.31. Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 p m
'mm the Thirtfj rst Senatorial District; in October next. Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:25 p m
OH the same: day an election will be held .JAMES. BAKER, Judge. Orders by Telephone promptly attended to 1J2r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m
i the County of .Madison for a Senator June 20th. 1884. 31-3m WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, Night Passenger daily.F. Arrive Pensacola daily at..11:45 a In t
mini the Tenth; Senatorial District, to fill Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Arrive Mobile daily at............... 4:10 a m 4
occasioned the resignation Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:45 a m
HIP vacancy: by In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Office foot Centre Street. 8 & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.

.i Frank W. Pope, who was elected Senator Circuit Nassau County, Fla. FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa
( TO )
Jlr the term of fiur year?, at the General cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for })ensaI -
Cicrtiim: held on the first Tuesday: after the Lettie Millervs. 1 DRUGS MEDICINES ETC. GOING SOUTH.
of November, A. D.:1882 Notice of Leave Fernandina....................... 7.30 a. m. I cola. Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans- 1
iw 1 Monday ;
In the r'ounty of Duval for a Senator John II. Boynton, doing bus attachment.Amount Leave Hart's Road..................... 8.05 a. m. I. Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns-
the Eighteenth Senatorial District, to iness under the name and ESTAllLISI-IED: 187li. Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 9.10a.m. wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
'mm ] B. & W. R. R. at 12.45 p. m.
of John to $400
style Boynton's sworn
,,1. the vacancy occasioned by the resigna- GOING NOkTH. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars on this
"<"h/, {iif Jonathan Grceley, who was elect- Son. Leave Jacksonville..................... 5.00p.m. train. Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile
toator for the term of four years at the THE above named defendant, John H. Leave Hart's: Road....................... G.04p. m. I. and New Orleans.
ncnera11:1ection Uc1'1 on the first Tuesdayafter of the City of New York, doing DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES Arrive Fernandina.................... G.40p. m.TpSf I
the lirst Monday of November, A. D. business under the name and style of Trains daily except Sunday. I FAST MAIL.

1 1SS2.: ; John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to SUNDAY EXCURSION. Leave Jacksonville daily at_......... 2:30: p in
In the County of Monroe for a Senator enter his in and to the} above
appearance \.M. P. M. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00: p m
'!our the Twenty-fourth\ Senatorial District entitled attachment suit commenced* against & CO., Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 G.55 Arrive Callahan daily at............ 3:10: p m
''ii. till a vacancy ;occasioned by the resigna- him l>y Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before Arrive Fernandina..10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 5:05 p m

:uiii of (;Jeorge \\'. Allen, wlio was elected the first Monday in January, 18S5, and to Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35: p m
vtiator for the term of four years, at the plead or demur to the declaration filed in Arrive Jacksonville.............- 8.25 G.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
Wucral election held on the first Tuesday said cause- on or before: the first Monday in -IPHARMACISTS 1 1 Iii Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
after the first Monday of November, A. D. February, 1885. or judgment by default will Arrive at Washington. D.C.daily atll:00 pm.

I*'! be entered against vou. CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m
And in each of'the respective Counties II. J.[ BAKER. .
'I' 'i,.'tate a General Election for its con- Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. Centre Street, FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting at Savannah with Through
-wutiMiial number; Members of the Gen- A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room

"'.KM-mbly/;' to-wit: Fernandina, Fla., September G, 1884. FERXANDINA, FLORIDA, ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars, Savannah to New York with-

LVambia. County three for New York on Thursday. out change.

Santa: llosa County two ; In the Circuit Court' Fourth Ju- constantly on hand a fine assort- With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

Walton County two ; dicial Circuit, in and for the KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jackbonuille! daily at........... 5:20 p m

Holmes County-one\ ; County orXussau. Florida EIGN and DOMESTIC CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:32 a m
ya&hin! toll County one; and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at._......... 6:15 p m
Franklin Josiah II. Prescott 1 I Arrive daily ......... 9:00
County one and all points North and West, daily.AT Waycross p m
Calhoun County one vs. I notice of Drugs and Chemicals Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:15 a m
Jackson County three; John H. Boynton doing bus- Attachment BALDWIN FLA.,. Leave Gainesville daily at............ 5.40 p m
from Jacksonville Tallahassee
To and
I Liberty\ County one iness under the name and I[ Amount Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines, West and, Leave Newnansville daily at......... 6:20 p m
and all South Northwest
\\'u "ulla Comity one ; style of John Boynton's j I Sworn to points Leave New Branford daily at........ 7:50 p nr

iadsden County three; Son. j $1,000. Proprietary anti>< Fancy Goods, daily. AT IIAWTHORNE, Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.15 p m
Leon (County four; above named defendant, John H. Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:30 a m
THE To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
Jefferson County four; of the City of New York, do- Arrive at Albany daily at............. 2:25 a m
Madison County three; ing business tinder the name and style of TOILET ARTICLES, WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 pIn
Taylor County one; John Boynton's Son, is hereby,notified to With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Macon daily at.............. 7:00 am
Hamilton County two; enter his appearance in and to the above en- PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:35: p m
Suwannee County two titled attachment suit commenced against CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:00: p m
Lafayette County one him in said court by Josiah II. Prescott, IN GREAT V VARIETY! With Morgan's" Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Nashville daily at........... 1:25 a m
Columbia; County three; Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in West and Havana, every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:10 a m.
Alachua County%fpur; January, 18S5 and to plead or demur to the Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Cincinnatti! daily at........ 7:00 a m

Levy County two;! declaration filed therein on or before the ?' Physicians' Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Arrive Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m
JZS Prescriptions
Bradford(' County two : first Monday in February, 1885, or judgmentwill every Saturday. Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p m
Clay County one; be entered against him by default. carefully compounded with pure Drugs,.at With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:15 a m
Baker! County one';; H. J. BAKER, reasonable for and from Key West Monday and Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m
Nassau!! County two; Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. prices. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m
I>uval County four ;! A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. RAILROADS. and Friday. Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m

St.' John I County twooliiM.i ; Fernandina, Fla., September 6,1884-3m For information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m
1 County one ; etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m
Orange County two, CURTIS & CO. CARD dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- .Arrive at Albany daily at..............11:30 a m
Putnam t County jtwo ; TIME OF THE sonville. Arrive at Montgomery: daily at...... 7:57 a m
Marion County two\ ESTATE AGENTS, Arrive at New Orleans] daily at...... 9:45 a m
fcunuer;: County two ; REAl" FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION COMPANY.In Arrive at Nashville daily at-.......... 8:10 a m
Hernando Countytwo; ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m

llmsborough two Effect July 13th, 1884. Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
l oik County one County *; Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at............ 7:50 a m

.I anatee County ;t effected. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 7:00 a m
one'Holde :Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
County one'- acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No.. N'0.3. Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars on this
grevard County one (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian Time.)
-Monroe ; acres, for sale. Accom. Mail. Train to Cincinnati Waycross.
\nd County two.' N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas GOING Leave Jacksonville....... 8.30am 5.55 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
in.ca'h" the I same day there will beheld the terminus of the Atlantic& MississippiCanal SOUTH.Day Pas. M Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 am 8.03 p m Train to Chattanooga} via Jesup.
lioll for County tf; the State a general elec- (under the survey made for Govern- A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin........... 9.15am 7.45pm Pullman Palace Sleeping: Cars Gainesvilleto

Toured Constables d each County being ai- ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Leave Fernandina..................10.05 4.38 Lake City...........10.43 am 11.04 p m Savannah.
tnvo entitled to mile Constable for construction of which having been grantedby Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.35 5.12 LiveOak............11.35am 1.30pm Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
CoanrJ: hundred reK istk red voters in the the United States Government and the Arrive Callahan.....................11.20 6.14 :Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.
khall I t:; !rot'ded.however..* that no County Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large Leave Callahan................:....11.30 G.30 Monticello ......... 1.40pm 5.30am Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
vet thatdve .more' than twelve Constables; increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05 Arrive Tallahassee-...... 3.26pm 8.14am ville Savannah.
each County shall be entitled at looked for." (See New York A Restaurant has been opened at Way-
left: tw to confidently P.M. Leave Tallahassee......._ 3.33 p m 8.40 a m
ua Tuber of 0 Constables regardless of the Sun, 27-3-83.) Leave Brandy Branch...........12.12 7.22 Quincy............. 4.35pm 10.30am cross and abundant time will be allowed
linesE.as registered voteraRorid8V Arrive Baldwin....................12.30 7.45 Arrive Chatta. River..... 5.45 p m 12.23 am for meals by all passenger trains.
: !lie Legislature of the State of W. K. BAUKNIGI1T, Leave Baldwin.....................12.35 8.30 Connects at Jesup with E. T., Va. & Ga.

\'oteofan A.. V- 1881, did determine by a AGENT, Leave Maxville...n............... 1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No. No.4. for Brunswick.
to each oaJrtt! ) of a11 th* embers electedn AND RETAIL' Leave Highland..................... 1.22 9.27 1ail.LeaveChatt'chee Connecting at Savannah with steamers for
a slr: Hous* thereof, that it is Leave Lawtey......................... 1.37 9.47 1.30 New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti-
<'.nnsh } to caue.a: revision of theientire'lotion BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, Leave Temple's..................... 1.55 10.10 River.10.30 a m p m more.
.............11.52am 3.15
Quincy pm
'uch d -of said Stale: and did enter ANDDealer Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25 .. 4.50 Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor
.. 12.55 m
Arrive Tallahassee
Journalnn.matio n upon! their respective in Ice Leave Thurston..................... 2.32 10.44 ... pm 5.20 p New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
and dOl'1 V V I the yeas and nays thereon, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Arrive Waldo....................... 2.52 11.16 Leave" Tallahassee Monticello..........-.1.05 1.40pm p m 6.30pm p m and Through Tickets connections sold to all points and Baggage by Rail :
then efert1ie same ,to the "legislaturelatin. Steamship
next to : BROOM STREET WHARF A.M. U Madison ............ 3.43 9.55 pm t
Iii- be> chosen ; and, whereas, the Leave Waldo......................... 3.00 1.00 pm 12.10am Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
to.wit.. ? f M.1l1 State ,then next chosen, 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Gainesville.................. 3.45 2.10 I' LiveOak............ 5.02pm and sections secured at Company's office in
Tit 2.30
Lake ........... 6.04 m a m
b... a e. Legislature! of A. D. 1883, did Leave Arredondo.......... ......... 4.03 2.36 City p Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-
each h lion nnajority) of the! members elected to Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 Arrive Baldwin............. 7.39 p m 6.20 5.38 a m pot Ticket Office, and on board People's
e Leave Baldwin.......... 7.43 m a m .
t\isiollo thereof asree to such proposed PAPER-CO CTS. PER DOZEN. Leave Archer........................ 4.30 3.17 ... p 7.36 Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CUATTAHOOCHEE.
8.25 am
Jacksonville.. m
of l&S? 'l.aluIl.\ u<;'crests, tip eoluhon said Legislature LINEN sent upon receipt of 2-cent Leave Bronson...................... 5.00 4.00 Arrive p and JENNIE LA. E. >.-
COnllll'lId td tL rec 1 duly Passed, re- stamp. Leave Otter Creek................. 5.37 4.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR, :
Or the 1 electors rt the next election AddressFLORIDA :MIRROR Leave Rosewood .................._ 6.10 5.30 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays. but General Passenger Agent.A. .
members of the Legislature vote 26 Fernandina, Fla. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 6.40 6.10 will run Mondays. M. IVES, Agent. :'

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:. : THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Sew Steamship Lines. German-American Citizens' Club. .. Clam ; ., :" :t \; :. "' --

y + { The first steamship of the Boston and Our German fellow citizens have organized This evening, at 1 j"< -, ',c., .t/ .'-
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; ff.MA rEAl:; $1.00 FOR SIX .110'1 TITS }o Fernandina Line, the riddle, will ]leave a club here recently, under the above tf ; :

r ,,R { Boston for Fernandina direct on Wednesdaynext name, which is semi-social, .semi-political $50 ; "' .. "

?;w: ,,,: I: Reflection Oct. 8. and will be followed on the in its character. The object as set forth in For proof to

:11 fifteenth by Steamship, Lorenzo D. Baker. I constitution, is the bringing together of who laid a rail of

', The city Council did not meet on Wednesday Thereafter one of the above steamers will, those from the fatherland, and the eventual the 7-mile post on '
ti i, ber 22 1884, near Millions
i .' evening last. leave each port every Wednesday.The consolidation of the entire German element

; A small army of carpenters is now nt Jessie It." Freeman, of the Fernandinaand in the State not alone for social intercourse

t' : work\I putting in the fixtures in Mode's new Baltimore Line will leave Baltimore for but for mutual'' protection i: of foreign-born Splendid of Farming, Orange

t' store.: this port,on F.ridtOctober 10th, and will citizens, _and to give weight to the German Just received at and Grazing Lands'

;j i The Rev. Mr. Clayton, of Orange Heights, make the round trip in ten days, 13'inghere vote in_affairs;affecting the public weal, by $250 in
held, services at St. Peter's Church on Sunday action. 29 counties and
a I + 4 ;, the 15th. The advantages these concerted Already in other States The citizens of

la t.Dnring. lines offer, in addition to the Mallory.Line similar: organizations are very effective, and reward of two : the lands bought

c I the past week the steamers of the of Steamships, to New York and the the German vote in the West will be an immense the arrest, with \ J.Reed, from

Sea Island Route tok1520 bales of cotton Charleston Line is factor in the Presidential electionin fiend who ('
.. Steamship unquestioned. of Florida in
.. .;, on the night of 1881
;f. from this port. More especially will our fruits and vege- November next. The club here has lately person of an aged rt: offered ,
? : i I The large plate_ glass for the Mode Bros. table growers be benefited. They will have had printed an address to the Germans of G. at graded

store, 'arrived from New York by rail hereon daily communication direct for the north, Florida, which will be distributed broad- These lands were see

i .. 'I I I Monday last. via Florida without of cast the State calling their fellow Fernandina, Fla., Hon.
I I % a port, breakage over, upon Hugh A. Cor-
;'.. '; )Ir. J. \\". Finn is erecting a handsome bulk, at the lowest possible rate, and a countrymen to organize wherever practicable Valuable Commissioner of f -

; t\vo-story dwelling, at the corner of Centre guarantee of prompt adjustnient of all pos- and ,by united action make the Tracts the

and Ninth Streets. sible claims. voice of the,Germans felt in the politics of choice high Office, and Jr[

',:j?.1L j:I The new Steamer Everglade, will arrive in Messrs. Fred W. Hoyt it Co. of this city the State by advocating and endorsing only suitable for orange FOR"t.: late agent for

,.1., this city to-day, and will go on the route will be the agents of the Boston and Balti- the best and purest men for office, who will ing, are now State lands, which fact

between Savannah and this city. more lines, a fact which of itself will invite labor for the'liest' interests. of the people, are tation very
by or of their
f ; Mr. A. B. Noyes, has accepted the Agency the confidence of the shippers. right and justice r.: to all, and an honest and terms,to suit high

r s: of the Southern Express Company, and the I economical administration of public affairs. tionable. Also: \ : The purchase kn out
? ojlice was transferred to Noyes' store Laid at Rest. large bodies. I I I
on Our Germanl}!opulation belongs to the best Purchase was only
:Monday last. All that was mortal of the unfortunate class of our citizens, and their influence will February 16. 1882 I i iSo iI I I for sale this

: y .,, i. jThe Florida Immigrant, formerly published lad Willie 0. Jeffreys, was laid at rest unquestionably be only exerted for the welfare Special i year and

:} ;. ai Tallahassee, has been revived. Mr. Chas.A. in the cemetery of St. Peter's Episcopal of the entire State. At J. & T. KYDD'S I have not been culled

,. Choate of that city, is interested in the Church, on Saturday evening last. c'er'lh.,'. I IoJ over. No part has

10 enterprise. The remains, accompanied by Prof. Ren- Range of ThermometerFOR I! in

t ;;The office of Mr. Lorrimier, the agent for froe of the East Florida Seminary, and :Mr.: THE WEEK EN DING FRIDAY,OTOBER 3, 1834, I any manner,

1, the steamers of the Sea Island Route, has Crawford, with whom he had made his HORSEY'S DRCG STORE. I I whole is open for sale.

: been transferred to Duryee's old office on home while in Gainesville, arrived here on I ,.... ,.. i! prices on large tracts.
Centre street. the Wildwood train, last Saturday morningand I G: (c.j'. ::.j WindMARINE. I I lands, virgin forests
P ;George R. Hubby came out as purser on were conveyed to the residence of the .1 'r- I '0 I and
tlje' steamship San Antonio this week, Royal parents. The friends of the family who Saturday,Sept.t..27: 78 84 83 81 X.E. 50,000 up-

': Southwick being confined to his bed by took charge of the arrangements for the funeral Sunday ..............23 78 83 82 SO 1 K.E. Lands sold for cash,

.i I'' sickness, in New York. decided, on account of the precarious Monday .............29 79 84 I I 8482[ S.E. time.
Tuesday....,.,.,..30 78 84 j I 183 82 S.B.
Mr. E. C. F. Sanchez, of Gainesville has condition of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffreys, to have
4 t Wednesday Oct. 1 79 S3 I 83 81 N.E. Land and Mortgage Co
.j; accepted the appointment on the electorial the funeral in the afternoon instead of on Thursday...;:?:.... 2 78 84 83 'N.E.

i ; ticket, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the Sunday, as was at first thought best. There Friday............... 3 79, 83 I 83 821 N.E. ,, ( ) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

!s t resignation of bar McWilliams. being no resident Protestant minister pres-' -

|Mrs.: Gunn, who has been attending herr ent in the city, the Rev. R. H. Weller, of St. .

r son, John T., during his prostration with John's Episcopal Church of Jacksonville, U'

1; fever; at Tampa, returned last week. We was telegraphed for, and upon his requestthe Port.of" Fernandina. SHOES.

y are glad to be able to state that John has Rev. A. W. Knight arrived here in the HIGH WATER.
Saturday, Oct. 4...... 7:29 A.M. 7:49 P.M.
fully recovered. and the services for the
afternoon performed 'o. "
y ;y / Sunday, 5...... 8:15 8:34:
Among the the San Antonio Church at common ." -------
; passengers on Episcopal thegraye. By Monday, G...... 9.01 9:20
.(' ':. ,i which arrived here from New York Tuesday consent every place of business in the city Tuesday, '" 7...... 9:47: ". 10:07 "

:,.;, : '.! afternoon, were :Mrs. R. W. Southwick, was closed during the time set for the funeral Wednesday, "" 8..10:3.3.: 10:56: ""
9..11:2.3" 11:50
:, !Irs. Ged. F. Lewis and children, and Conductor out of respect and sympathy to the Friday, 10...... 00:0: 0:22": S

:...t; i, =: Smith, of this city..On mourning household. Before the funeral ENTERED.

>t :Monday next the Commissioners started, a number of misses,
.., county cortege young Sept. 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
will revise the Registration Lists. school and playmates of the deceased, with nah ; with passengers, to F. W.

Under the interpretation of the law by the whom Willie was a favorite, took a fare- Simmons, agent.
'" 28-S. S. of Paiatka Vogel] from WE OFFER TO TIIE TRADE
City ,
Supreme Court, nearly five hundred names well, look of the features of one beloved by Charleston. AND AT RETAIL

will be stricken off in this county. all, and placed upon his coffin beautiful 20--S. P. Rosa, Coxetter, Savannah ;

Amelia Lodge, No. 47. F, and A. M., will floral tokens of their esteem. At the grave- freight and passengers, to F. W. .
',." meet, in regular communication on Monday yard, a large number of sympathizingfriends Simmons, agent. ,
29-Sch. 8.H. Levin Hudson, Charles-
1" evening next, at 7:30 standard time, at the and neighbors had assembled to pay rton ballast to master. '
; \ .:I! Lodge rooni over Huot's store. All brethren their last tribute of respect. The handsome 29-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel], from FLOUR GRITS AND MEAL

:j.. ; ;: in good standing are requested to at- coffin, Iterally buried under the floral offer- Jacksonville and Palatka. ,
3O-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savan-
II '; tend. ings, was borne to the last resting-place by ,
nah with to F. W.
.\, ;- ; passengers,
; The Strathmore is closed for the season. six of his schoolfellows, where the impressive Simmons,agent. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster.A .

Mrs., Hopkins, who has so successfully services of the church were read over the Oct. 1-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, from
.l' managed the hotel this summer, will Probably grave. After the ceremonies, the young Charleston.
1-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,508
take the Dozier :Mansion and establish ladies remained to arrange the flowers upon tons, New York: freight -and A stock of CHOICE FAMILY

\' 'first-class:: boarding house for the winter the grave. passengers, to R. W.Southwick, ...:--_. GROCERIES always on hand.
season. The whole community unite with us in agent.. .
Oskins Philadelphia Get our prices before bny ing.
1 Sch. Annie J.Trainer, -
y {The Steamer Florida, of the new steam- offering their deepest sympathy to the be- ballast, to Hilliard &
+,,y boat combination between Savannah and reaved parents; He who tempers the windto Bailey. FRED W. HOYT & CO.

; Enterprise, arrived here Thursday morning the shorn lamb alone can strengthen and "' 1-S. P: Florida, -, Savannah to

from the former place, en route for Jackson- comfort them. Jacksonville. SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,
2-Sch. Frank McGear, Sharp, Phila-
ville. The Florida will go on the St. John's R t t
delphia, to C. H. Huot. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
.river route. There is no Death !what seems so is transition: 2-S. S.4 ity of Palatka. Vogel, from I
!Mr. A. O. This life of mortal breathIs Jacksonville and Palatka.]
returned with his i but a suburb of the life elysian,
: Whose call Death. u -8.. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
wife, last Saturday from Boston, where Mr. portals we
nah and to
; freight passengers,
:.: MacDonald had been in attendance upon 41 He is not dead-the child of your affection F. W. Simmons, agent.
:' the Ticket Agents' convention. They speak But gone unto that school
Where he no longer needs earth's poor protection, CLEARED.
.''__ in unmeasured terms of approbation of And Christ himself doth rule. Sept. 28-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, to
; New England, its and its hospita- Jacksonville and Palatka.
n scenery "In that great cloister's stillness and seclusion, u 29-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, to
:.lr, I I, ble people. By guardian angels led, Charleston. -
I Mr, W. A. Jones of the Southern Safe from temptation, safe from sin's pollution, "
Agent He lives, whom we call dead. 27-S. P. Rosa, Coxetter, Savannah :
:: Express Company, left on Sunday evening M freight and passengers, by F.W. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

: last for Augusta, Ga., where he will enter Simmons, agent.
And though at times impetuous with emotion "
.. 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
;,4', : .., the employ of the Central Railroad of And anguish long suppressed, nah with F.W.
The swelling heart heaves moaning like the ocean ; passengers, by
: Georgia, in the auditor's office. While we That cannot be at rest,- Simmons, agent.
.y t are rejoiced at Mr. Jones brighter prospects 30-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan-
t "We will be patient, and assuage the feelingWe nah ; with passengers, by F.W.
in life, we are loth to part with so good a may not wholly stay; Simmons,agent. T"
silence sanctifying,not concealing, "" S.
citizen. By 'r' ; Siafi fcsBssffirH -
& Anderson .
29-Sch. Wilson Hunting .
that must have -- J *
The grief way != ,, i.J-iqj.- sFiiEi-iiSs'-1l5! NJ S5s!: jysfesyigl.ss S giS"
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Fred W. Hoyt, Democratic nominee for New York lumber, by & ? s" ar-=iQi i
; /= "'::: !J ""= :5!* =
t -ritviis r3HrfsJ? hggsSL _-
the Assembly from Nassau county, left for In Memoriam. Hilliard & Bailey. -' -.J: -: ': ":'" t-"r-! :.._......, _""1;,. .. --:;.- =E -
29-Bark Duchess of Lancaster Clem- >- -
Philadelphia on Sunday evening last. He EAST FLORIDA SEMINAKY GAINESVILLE FLA. .
l ents, Buenos Ayres ; lumber, .
went on for the purpose of bringing home September 27, 1884. by J. C. Read. _

Mrs. Hoyt and the baby. On his return At a meeting of the Corps of Cadets of the 29-S. P. Rosa, Coxetter Savan- 1 L

a': Mr. Hoyt, in company with Mr. Mahoney, East Florida Seminary at 5 p. m. September nah, ; freight and passengers, by ',-.1.l'!':!:'; .F. W. Simmons, agent. _?'I'i--"_ !-f .. eLl"'C .....- ...-._
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+ 11 his colleague, and. other speakers, will canvass 27, 1884, the following resolutions concern- Oct. 1-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, to .. qgLSiI _F'ES ?.. : '
t '+ the county. ing the sad death of Cadet WILLIE JEFFREYS, Palatka and Jacksonville. ;',:; ... .. ;' ;';::
read and adopted, viz : '- C1...!.."!... .....
I The iron side-wheel were 2-S. S". City of Palatka] Vogel, to -: '- 4 f"
steamship City of
WHEREAS, Death suddenly and in an awful Cbarlesto't1.u :'fJ
= i-A Monticetto McKee, master, will sail from manner has invaded our institution of 2-S. S.,San ,Antonio Wilder, 1,508 _
Pier 27, N. R., New York at 3 p. m., learning, the East Florida Seminary, removing ..tons, York ; freight and 1s- .
8th from our ranks our beloved schoolmate 'passengersNew by R. W.Southwick _
; : on Wednesday, October direct for ,
Willie O. Jeffreys, we, his surviving com- l
j Fernandina,Jacksonville, Palatka and land Agent. N .
I rades, do offer the following resolutions: 3-Schr. Lois V. Chapels. Weaver, :

t i: = _' ings on St. John's River between Jacksonville Resolved That we recognize' the Providence Georgetown, D. C.; lumber, by '-'. _
:a ; and Palatka, connecting with railroad as an insurmountable one that called Payne, Cook & Co. 5oi. r
i'' I him from his home, and ere three days had .
and steamboat lines for the interior. On "-'
1tR I asset, permitted the >death-angel to carry ::-: ;. = -.7 ,_ -
School Notice. .., '
her arrival in Florida she will at be : =
once him from earth so ruthlessly, yet at the ... i
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time 'the wisdom and The Public School No. 1 will commence < _-, ;-"""r. ,-or-...:..:.. .
; '; placed on the route between Charleston, same we recognize :. .=. -- m. .; "
&ot'T"HPtIFJ.CO./I'/o4 AV : L':
4 s rG .1 _- Savannah, and points named above, con- love of our Heavenly Father who orders all next Monday, Oct. 6th, at nine o'clock.E. Z
things well, and can overrule all our afflictions G. CHANDLER, Principal.
I t meeting at Savannah and Charleston with his and
_ for glory our good.
} ': the railroad and steamship lines from those Resolved, That we mourn the loss of Call and See the Great BargainsIn A. is. NOYES

lf,' ,. ., ; points to the North, East and West. Theo one who, though associated with us for so Blankets,'at' J. & T. KYDD'S. ,
,: short a time, had endeared himself to us by
., this will DEALER IN
: ; City of Monticcllo on trip carry and
his affectionate
disposition winningways.
Hiss L.' G. Watson
: both passengers and freight. _
i i1 Resolved, That we extend to his parentsthe Has opened a Select] School for young girls FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES,
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.r ; Died. assurance of our heartfelt sympathy in and children, in the house on Centre street,

: In New York city, on the 29th! September, this the loss of their oldest son, while we corner of Seventh. Terms liberal! Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,
:'. 1SS4? suddenly from hemorrhage. Mr. JOHN commend them to the tender care of Him Miss Watson will commence a class in

'I t D. PABSOXS, only son of John Parsons, Fsq., who chastises only in love. Decorative Painting 'Embroidery, etc., on FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
of Bayport, Florida.. Resolved, That we wear the usual badgeof Monday October 6th, 1884.
s The many friends of Maj. John Parsons mourning for thirty days. References: Rev. O. P. Thrckara, \Ir.\ S., CROCKERY, HARDWARE 'VIIJLO'V-'VARE.
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will read the above notice of the death of Resolved, That these resolutions be Swann, Mr. H. E. 'Dotterer, Judge C. V.
t ; his son with au earnest sympathy with the printed.in the Daily Advocate and Fernan- Hillyer, Major F. A. McWhorter. 45

'", father who has thus lost an only son in the dina Mirror, and a copy be furnished to the Prices Low as the Lowest.
prime of life, in the dawn of usefulness and family of the deceased. Bargains in Dress GoodsAt

i with! every prospect of a bright future, ROBERT R. :MILAM, Secretary.' .. J. & T. KYDD'S., -<,i'. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla.

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