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 25, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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DEBT OF FLORIDA.Treasurer by a decree of the Supreme Court of ; CLEVELAND- HE that bound
T118 STATE CATHOLICS. are up in honest, simple, pure, his blunt, unpretending truthfulness and
iPnd : : impartial, just, economical and constitu- sincerity.Surely.
+ L'Engle has done good the United States in the case of tional .
government? And would not Catholics
FATHER M'GLYNN no one who reads understand-
s service to the good name and :fair Schultz et a1'vs.. Jacksonville, Pensa- : DENOUNCES. DETE.BLAINE.CLEVELAND. AND like citizens of every other denomination ingly and without prejudice the signs of the

fame ofarticle Florida by his reply to the cola& Mobile Railroad, the lien of The Republicans have been ,circulating their, be charitable immensely institutions better'able and to support promote all her times electoral can doubt vote that to Grover New York Cleveland will give-and.

htm : in the North American Reviewalleging the bondholders was held good and throughout the country pamphlet en- every good work education and religion, clean government.-New Turk'World,
titled, "Gov. Cleveland and the Catholic directly out of their own pockets, if they
> that Florida owed a debt of the road directed to be sold. Protectory," in which accusations of bigotryand were permitted to retain in said pockets the THE DANGER OF
I intolerance are made and which con- enormous amounts of money of which they, .
of dollars which We this and
clear DENCE.
over five millions are glad ex- tains the following challenge: 'Vritu't.o in common with all their fellow-citizens, :.
had repudiated.Of haustive' statement relative to both any Catholic bishop in the State of New are robbed i') the shape of taxes and stupid In the State the outlook is as bright and
; she York or to.any priest in New York City for and blundering and contradictory tariff hopeful as it possibly could be for a grand.
c. course any one really interestedin classes of these invalid bonds has the truth of the, matter: herein." Bishop laws, and in 'the interest of the political Democratic victory.

irltr- the financial condition been made public. Florida stands McNierny, of Albanyhas: already refuted rascals of high and low degree who are now
ascertaining But here, at the beginning of the last-
Republican campaign slander. A World striving by the election of Mr.; Blaine to
of the State could readily see by conspicuously free from debt and reporter yesterday called on Rev. Dr. Ed- retain what they hold and to regain :what '. month of the canvass, we wish, in all.
ward M'Glynn, the famous pastor of St. they have lost in their grip the public 'candor and
r. of the sound in her financial condition.Her upon sincerity to throw out a few-
the official reports Comptroller Stephen's Roman Catholic Church in treasury, and the enormous and wasteful words of caution
)r Treasurer that the State debt credit is good, her bonds above Twenty.ninth street. T;ie visitor's mission disbursements of the public funds?" and we 'hope, salutary-
and having been stated Dr. SfOIynn said : '.'But now to conie more directly'' to this warning to the Democracy of the State.
::th really} but $1,276,000, of which par, and the property of the countiesis In answer to your question 'whether in matter of the Governor's veto of the appro- May there not be some danger in over-

,tn B itself holds about onehalfof unmortgaged for an oppressive my opinion Gov. Cleveland' \ has ever shown priation to the Catholic Protectory, I certainly confidence? We have had a canvass so-
the state : ? any spirit of bigotry, orjeligious intolerance, may be supposed as a Catholic clergyman -
the whole amount, and the bondsof State debt. The State debt, for the especially in matters'concerning'' the inter- of this city, to have a pretty full far, of unparalleled enthusiasm. Every-

most part contracted under extravagant ests of Catholics, I would say, first of all, knowledge of the objects and methods of where our candidates have gone they have-
5 the State are about 25 per cent. : that I am keenly ,sensible.of the grave impropriety the. Catholic Protectot: :', and with all the been met with a royal welcome and the-
. carpet-bag administration, is that it'would be for a clergyman light that I can from such knowledge, and
.dd above par.Treasurer. being paid off under the sound finan- of any denomination even to seem to abuse after carefully and repeatedly examining the grandest popular evidences of confidenceand

L'Engle however ad- cial management of Democratic ad- the influence he enjoys as a 'clergyman in reasons given by the Governor himself, support. But we submit that this is
the interests of mere partisan politics. But which reasons I find in a volume of the not all that is necessary. Indeed, there maybe r
isr dresses himself especially to an examination ministrations, and if the State shall in this case I feel in a great measure relievedof public papers of'the Governor for the legislative an unthought-of danger growing out of
have remain, as it undoubtedly will, in the embarassment of speaking on a sub year 1883, I feel that if I,'Catholic and
of the debt alleged to these
great public outpourings and cheering
: the hands of a Democratic adminis- ject so closely connected with the present Catholic clergyman as I am,: were in theGovernor's
e. been repudiated. The alleged in- political campaign by the fact that a challenge place, I, to fulfil my sworn duty reports of the press. There is danger that
s. tration, the whole debt will soon be has actually been thrown down to would have done precisely,what he did the all this may beget an apathy and callousness -

debtedness mainly relates to the paid off.REASONS every Catholic bishop of the State of New the matter, and for pretty much'the same on the day of election that would be '1
n of Florida -- -- York and every Catholic clergyman of the reason.-New.York World.
bonds of the Territory FOR A SOLID SOUTH. city of New York, by the anonymous circu- nothing short of suicidal. May not. the
issued in 1831 and 1835 in aid of very enthusiasm that has prevailed inspiretoo
We commend to the careful morn THE REAL SITUATION.FACTS .
1, banks to the amount of much confidence and cause hundreds of
certain sal of our: readers the following clear Catholic clergymen throughout the United voters who may have something else to do, y
four millions dollars. Un- States. I myself received one of these circulars -
nearly and intelligent statement, from a that had been'sentfto La Crosse, Wis., SHOWING HOW MUCH BETTER OFF THE or for whom it may be inconvenient to attend ;,

), der the act organizing the Territoryof Northern inclosed in a letter tome" from the recipient DEMOCRATS ARE THAN IN 1880. to stay away from the polls altogether? t

1. Florida the Territorial Legislaturewhich leading Independent dailyof with a request for light upon the subject.. I, In October, 1880, the Republicans .were Of course, enthusiasm, hurrahing, bragging '
reasons for ;a solid South ; the regret exceedingly that such a question has wild with enthusiasm assured
over victory all
are good enough things in a canvass
and all been introduced
derived its existence into the canvass, and I regret in'November.
instinct of self-preservation. A sim- it within themselves, but the of Florida
not much for
so any injury it may do people -
from the act of Indiana was then in the list of October
its power organic ilar statement of the result of Radi- to the interests of Mr. Cleveland, for in this States. Ohio gave 22,000 average majority must bear in mind that enthusiasm
I could only legislate underits matter I honestly think' it may be a two- for the and
State flags
Congress Republican ticket. Indiana, speech-making do not win in an
cal and Democratic administrationin sword
edged and be of injury rather to his
sanction, and it was expressly Florida would opponents, but I regret, it chiefly becauseof dealt purchased a fatal by Dorsey blow to and Democracy.the Republicans Even, election. Success, such a grand success as
the present.an equally the dangerous element that it introducesinto West we can and all desire to achieve, can onlybe
provided that all bills to tax Virginia, by a meagre Democratic
striking contrast of extravagance our American''politics, and because of majority of a little more than 2,000, left the accomplished by the most untiring, energetic -
inhabitants of the Territory or their the serious injury that it can hardly fail to State still debatable
ground. work
wastefulness and taxation systematic and organization.
high on do to the best and purest Catholic interests
Garfield entered the last three weeksof
should receive the sanctionof on
voter in
property, themselves. Every the Democratic party must
the one hand and the campaign with all these advantages.
Congress before they became laws, economy, pru- And ,this is precisely the'charge that I :Business meetings were held in his favor. be seen, and the issues of the canvass ex-
dence and low taxation the other. make against Mr. Blaine because of the
on ,
authorize Roscoe Conkling, then and now the greatest plained, so that he will understand the-
said laws
well-known and reiterated
except REASONS SOLID SOUTH. There is proofs that'have orator and statesman of the
FOR TilE a party Henry vital necessity of beating the nefarious coalition
been laid before --
the whole
counties cities etc. to collect taxes constant campaign cry against the Solid people, while Ward Beecher, General Grant, George W.
from all that I have and heard of Pope Bisbee & Co.-Florida Herald.
seen from, as Curtis Carl ,
South" in every important contest; but Schnrz, Bob Ingersoll and scores
for their and benefit andno I think, a very full knowledge of the case I t
own use those who clamor for a divided South of other speakers were at work on the stump
studiously conceal the fact that deny the charge in Mo as applicable to Mr. here and through the State for the Repub-
other purpose. In other words, every Cleveland. Some of the specifications REPUBLICANS are building their-
industrial, educational and ? lican candidate.The .
property, pro- '
no such bills could become laws gressive interest of the Southern States de- against Mr. Cleveland, in 'this ,matter are Herald Times, Evening Post, Telegram, hopes upon a Democratic.split in, ,
mands Democratic administration. Repub. sir.nplywanton and, maJ fous lies, thevery, Harper's Weekly and Puck redoubled their
received the sanction of in New York in of
until two
of the truth
they reverse for instance; the absurd consequence
lican rule in the South left one vast sea of efforts in favor of Garfield after the October
Congress These bills never received debt and desolation, and Republican capi- clamor about". the so-called Freedom of victories. Democratic nominees for the May .
Worship Bill. This measure wasI believe With Garfield and Arthur
talists would withdraw their invest- pledged
to-day a can-
such sanction, and hence were null ments if they apprehended a restoration of vetoed by former Republican Governors, didate the Stalwarts made the tight their oralty. Those who ard posted say

and void from the start. Whoever the only Republican authority that the but Cleveland's as a matter administration of fact during it Governor own. Arthur personally managed the ma- that this will really strengthen the
South could furnish. never passedthe chine. Gartield was the Half-Breed's saint.
such bonds Legislature, having been killed there, as Cleveland vote both of the nomi-,
purchased or negotiated North Carolina is one of the most con- Not a solitary Republican opposed the as
I am informed, by members'who took an
did it in the face of their servative of the Southern States ; a State ticket. his friends
invalidity, not naturally democratic; a State that active interest in it, by Republican votes The monopolists and speculators, richer nees are strong personal ,

easily to be ascertained by the would give a majority for any better party and Mr. Theodore notably by Roosevelt.the voice and influence of then than now, responded to every call for and will labor, each of them, to give
than the Democratic party, but it is held in money from the Fifth Avenue hotel. The
slightest investigation. The laws the Democratic column solely because to That Mr. Cleveland has no personal an- Union League Club, the business exchangesand him the largest vote from their sup-

being void the obligations were void. return to Republican government would be tipathy or prejuduce against Catholics is the Young Republicans were solid for porters.
than the and
more proved by oft-published
Garfield. Prohibition had
to return to the blight of reckless carpetbagand practically no existence -
The question has been mooted ignorant and debauched rule. well known fact, the appointment by him .
Inspectors of Election.At .
of Catholics to three four of the
some or
The following table carefully taken from What was the Democratic situation ?
whether the Government of the Uni- the official records of North Carolina tells highest offices in his gift ; and on the other A blunder in the platform subjected the a meeting of the Board of County-

ted States was not holden for the in unanswerable figures why the people of hand that Catholics as such among those Democrats to misrepresentation and excited Commissioners held this day, the following,
who know him best, namely those of his
the fears of the classes.
that State can not accept Republican ad- laboring gentlemen were appointed Inspectors or-
value of these bonds issued by its ministration.THE. own city of Buffalo of this city of New ,Their candidate, an officer in the regular
York, and of the whole of his own State so army, could not vote and had no civil Election for Nassau County, to serve at the-
territory' and signed by its officers. RATE OF TAXATION.In far from thinking him a bigot love and admire record. general election to be held November 4th,
1869, Republican..........80 cents on $100
I Had Congress sanctioned the issue of In 1874, Democratic...........31i cents on 100 well the as for man his for sturdy his impartial and old-fashioned liberality as The nomination of :Mr. Grace for Mayor 1884, in the several Election Districts, as

these bonds there might have been In 1875, Democratic...........29i cents on 100 honesty and public virtue, and are threforein aroused though grossly prejudices unjust and, baseless assaults and which almost, designated :
"1 In 1881, Democratic..28 cents on 100 the immense majority enthusiastic in his infamous lost Hancock thousands of votes. District; No. 1-James McGiffin, G. L..
I II such a :question but there In 1883 Democratic..25 cents on 100 ,
never ,
I The fact that Mr. Grace came within "a Baltzell, J. W. Howell.
In 1884. Democratic...........Nothing
could be a question as to any "As far as I can make out the only even hair's-breadth of being defeated, though the' District No. Warren F. Scott, Stephen
COST OF LEGISLATURE.Of half plausible pretext for charging the candidate of the united Democracy, shows

liability resting upon the people of 18G8, Republican'.......................$430,958 Governor with sectarian bigotry or intoler- this beyond question.The Randall, Adolphus Hunter.
the State of Florida who neither Of 1870, Democratic........................ 212,893Of ance is because of his vetoing an appropriation Sun. then practically the only Demo- District No. -Isidore O'Neill, Wm.
1872, Democratic....................... 169,396 of $20,000 to the Catholic Protectory of cratic paper in this city, began mercilesslyto Swearingen, Tony Allen.
sanctioned nor acknowledged these iOf 1874, Democratic........................ 109,234Of this city. I am perfectly frank to say that stab Hancock. District No. 4-W. D. Hardee, Joseph II-
invalid 1876, Democratic........... ........ ... 81,823Of very many of those who use this charge to i What is the situation this year ?
't illegal and spurious obli- 1881, Democratic........................ 56,259Of injure the Governor's candidacy if they be The Republicans are disappointed at their Acosta, Luke Richo.
gations. 1883, Democratic............v.......... 57,478 nominal Catholics are not so much con- failure to obtain more than half the ma- District No. 5-W. W. Farmer, J. N.
cerned about the real interests of the Catholic jority of 1880 in Ohio, after their profuse ex- Carleton, Ralph Russell.
much for the territorial bonds. about the distribu- of fraud and the
Protectory as they are penditure money, gross
District No. 6-Wm. M. Vinzant, D. H.
Year ending in 1869, Republican Nothing
There is in tion of local spoils of office and disgustedwith personal; efforts of Blaine. Their hopes of
existence another classof
Year ending in 1870, Republican.....$ 42,862 the Governors stiff necked resistancein breaking the Democratic line are annihilated Higginbotham, Henry Fisher. .
bonds issued in 1870, under the Year ending in 1877, Democratic.......289,213 refusing to stoop to their petty deals and by the sweeping Democratic victory over District No. 7-W. T. Russell, C.
Year ending in 1878, Democratic 324,287 bargains, to their demands for their shareof Greenback fusion and Greenback bribes in
Davis Edward Colson.
authority of an act of the Legislature Year ending in 1880, Democratic..352,882Year ,
the spoils, and to their wish that he West Virginia. Enormous Republican .
under the manipulation of Little- -, ,. ending in 1881, Democratic.......409,656 should administer his high office after the business meetings in the city are held for District No. 8-George'V. Hotlgcs,Henry
Year ending in 1882. Democratic..509,736Year manner and in theinterest of'low ward and Cleveland. Roscoe Conkling stands aloof; Nettles, Simon Washington.
field an4 l Ilis associates. Under this ending in 1883, Democratic.......725,000 county politicians. For such people any Grant is disgraced, Arthur is lukewarm ; District No. 9-J. II. Sauls, Raymond.Cay .

act the ,Governor; issued bonds to It will be seen that the Republican Gov- I club is good enough to beatdown Cleveland ; Bob Ingersoll is silent. Beecher, Curtis and Geo. C. Coleman.
ernment in North Carolina collected exorbitant I any charge, no matter how unjust or how Schurz are advocating the defeat of Blaine.
the amount of $4,000,000 in exchange taxes, expended eight times as much false, is a godsend for them if it' will help The Herald. Times, Evening Post, Harper's District No. 10-J. B. Little, A. II.Colson.

for for the Legislature as is now expended, and their self-interested and vindictive opposi-. I Weekly Puck and all the anti-Blaine Repub- J.,H. Bradley.
certain railroad bonds. between theft and profligacy left nothingfor tion to his election. It is no new thing that lican papers, encouraged by the October District, :No. 11.-N. A. Hicks, Aaron
I ublic notice was given in New free schools. Democratic administration such people should be ready to borrow I results, are striking sturdy blows for honest I Foreacre C. D. Elan. '
York: reduced taxes the first year from eighty to the livery of heaven to serve the devil in.' government.The ,
and elsewhere by citizens of thirty-oneami, three-fourths cents on $100 Of course they will now shout loudly about Stalwarts sulk in their tents. ClIAS. 'V' LEWIS. :

Florida that these bonds were unlawfullyissued. and in ten years relieved the people of all freedom of worship and liberty of conscience The money of Jay Gould, Field, Hunt- Chairman Board of County Commissioners .
taxes ; reducing the cost of the Legislaturefrom and shed crocodile tears over the poor ington, Sage and the rest has been squan- Nassau County.
i The parties: holding $-130. .3S to $212,893 the first year, and children of the Protectory at the very moment dered on Ohio. They will hesitate to give Attest: J. A. EDWARDS Clerk,
them steadily reduced it down to $75,000 and increased that they are preparing, some of them more to a hopeless cause out of their Fernandina, Oct. 6, 1884.
were unable to negotiate the appropriation to free schools by ,their direct votes, others by failing to shrunken exchequers.The ,
them} in this country and took themto from nothing under the Republicans in vote for Cleveland-to elect to the PresI- Union Lengue Club, the business exchanges .
London 1869 and $42,862 in 1870, to $289,213 the dency convicted know-nothing, one who and the Young Republicans are List of Letters
and Amsterdam and sold first year, and steadily increased it until it time and again has appealed,to bitter anti- divided and in rebellion against Blaine. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan

"Kin at about 70 cents on the dol- now reaches $725,000. Catholic prejudices for his own base political The Democratic platform invites the con- dina, Nassau county, Florida, Oct. 2'>, 188-1-
lar These arethe reasons why North Carolina, purposes. They cannot accept Cleveland fidence of the business and laboring classes. for these letters must
the agent receiving 20 cents on the most liberal and conservative of the because, as is clearly shown, in the Grover Cleveland, the hero of the great Persons calling say

the dollar for Southern States, can not vote Republican, reasons that he himself gives in his veto, he victory of 1882, has been tried as,the Excu- advertised :
negotiating them. The and the same reason prevails in every vetoes a comparatively paltry appropriation tive of this State and found to be able., faith- Adams Louis Headley, Polly
Supreme Court of Florida in the Southern State. In the early future the simply for reasons of justice economy, wise ful and fearlessly honest. Ambair, Mary Johnson LewisJacksonville
Southern people will divide on political and ,The local nominations will be made to
case of government and law, and yet they are Bird, Hannah Hanes
Holland vs. State of Florida, economical issues, and the solid South will willing, directly or indirectly, to elect or help and not hurt the Presidential ticket.St. Blue, Frank Hileoyne.Anthony F'
(Wth Florida( Reports 187G) declared be broken ; but as long as nothing better permit the election-and some of them to John will receive a larger vote than Carrida, Edward Lawson, L M'
than a restoration of carpetbag and negro shout themselves hoarse for the election-of Butler. Colman, Louisa Lambert, RosaMcFarland
.these bonds null and void, as rule can be offered them ; as long as the the old know-nothing editor of the Kenne- The Prohibition movement will be Coort, Catt, Jas
being 11l Chalmers and the Mahones are presentedby bec Journal, the member of a know-nothing stronger: than ever in this State. It has Dorsey, Jackson Morten, Mary
: contravention of section 7, the intelligent and business Republican lodge and more recently the reputed author staked its all on making ia'national mark, Dorsey, Granson McCombs, Thomas
article 12 Of the constitution and organization of the North as the leaders of and certainly the sponsor and abettor of the and should it fail to do so its cause wouldbe Fortune. John G Nightingale, Harriet
the new South, just so long will there be a infamous Madigan circular." forever lost. It is a good half-way house Feenanrea.Joseph G Rods, E
consequently were not binding upon solid South. It is a choice between public "Besides what have special Catholic for honest Republicans who are still to Griffin. W II Rines, Lura

the; State or the people. This made theft and demoralization on the one side and interests as such .to do with the questionwho prejudiced to vote a Democratic ticket. Gremli, Jacob Sheroy, G W
the honest Bourbonisru on the other side, and is the best and fittest man to be Presi- These are plain facts within the view of Gray, Judah Tyson, William <
Bourse of the bondholders on theft will not win with a people already im- dent of, the United States? Are not the every intelligent man. Moreover! the sterling Hu lies,'Howard ((2)) Williams, AmandaS. ;
the railroad poverished by its shameless record of waste interests of Catholics simply those of all sentiment of the people is with Grover .
instead of the State, and and crime.Philadelphia Times. other good citizens, namely, the interests Cleveland. They like his sturdy honesty. .T. RIDDELL, P. )!. ,:' '

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THE STOKY OF r I0V f ..- jmy! horse, :iln tuf ning.an br of thei'tmildinjg I Captain ah'd, myself had grown to:be' may be 1J \ i *1' Y X Ire the such .'+that tee 'had1 ; than have done.'l'Very : -
t, i Hel1eath..tlw oak, in saffron Haze." .*| ; ; ; grasped me arm > 'goqd !;friends, : } : you. :
; The village elders sat"tobcther, J'r ;and '. pulled'; me 'quickly i aside. *'- His takefseveral'strolls'together,over the' ,>. well" ,7'"" '' 'he rep let-, '1' I .will"do l 1 'GEORGIA AND FLORIDA"
t And talked of crops and market days action startled me for an instant, but land. so." "

w. .Far Of off suns the!: and west stormy was all weather ablaze,; the next. moment'I perceived his mo- Notwithstanding my host and .hostess I had a sweet sleep that night andno .Inland Steamboat Co.
w a ""-'. 'I rum'* upper*l clouds to- nether.Tn tive. Chained near the"path was: one appeared to be affectionately'- ghost haunted my dreams, arid it

i purple pomp and fiery flush, of the most immnnse' and fo-rr-'v- tached to each, other, there was certainty wus only when awaked that I recalled *
} !' t :... The kingly day, like s victor gory looking! mastiffs I ever beheld_ A something! wrong at. the farm, the conversation of the previous : NO HEATI-NO! DUST!'
r. "On chariot wheels with,splendor'flush, magnificent creature to look upon,. but and it could not escape an observanteye. day. I could not doubt that :Mr.: ''- -BUT-
f ;* And Ilol twilight'crept down the slopes, with of tender glory hush: a terror to meet if 'one were unprepared Once or twice I had .come upon Shelly and his wife were both thor- A Delightful! Sail Along the Pic.
:. % c s To Heaven, like pilgrim hoary. Mr. Shelley and his wife unexpect- oughly honest in their convictions, turesque Sea Islands.
'a';, r : Anon the moonbeam's amber sheen "Down, Captain !'' commanded my edly and I. thought I detected traces _still I could not bring myself to accept --
'" t {. Lit up the leaves of oaks and ashes companion, as the dog was in the act of tears in her eyes, while her the thing as supernatural. I dressed n6rA PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE
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? And kissed the children on' the green of springing to his.feet. The animal manner'evidently betrayed fear. Still and, as was my custom, went out-to THE STEAMER
1 And fell, in silver .
; ,.u ? 1 Where lovers talked;plashes in leafy screen' ,* resumed his crouching attitude and her husband, was so kind.all the while the kennel to visit my friend Captain, ,, "
To maids with downcast. lashes.:; Mr. Shelley went on to say: "That that I could not avoid pondering on for by this time there was a mutual
J :j The old, ohl.tale, forever young, dog is invaluable to me as a guard., the matter. I never intruded my attachment between us and I would
i That Eve rehearsed 'n sinless Aidenn ; He is absolutely'' fearless and will presence upon them if I could avoidit sooner have trusted the beast's layalty
,,.' ; That: Hero'wept and Sappho sung- shrink from no danger, no matter how but it 'sometimes would occur in than I would most men's.Vith
With bliss and pain o'erladen
1 p f ,The old old tale that lover's tongue; appalling may appear. But his' ferocious spite of me. Captain for:an ally ,I should 'feel comparatively -
1t Forever tells to maiden. nature compels me to keep One afternoon I came into the room safe, for:' he was the very ST NICHOLAs

,, ,, The lovers walked'in fragrant dusk. him chained' during : the day, for I abruptly and found Mr. Shelley fanning perfection of bravery.
"i1' With clasping hands and hiding faces; verily believe he would kill a strangerif his wife, and caught the remark The day was pleasant, there was LEAVES FERXAXDIXA Friday mornings EVERY. Jpy(
1 lf ;"The And elders children talked ran of their grain and husk; he encountered him in the place." he uttered with'strong emphasis: "We not a cloud in the sky, and a gentle Returning; leaves SAVANNAH, foot Of
? :And crickets chirped, and pleasant; mask He. is certainly splendid crea- must sell the"place; ," he said. for it wind blew with delicious' coolness. Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday*
'.f : Arose from leafy places. ture," I remarked, looking back. "I appears impossible for. you to have aday's Dinner had been 'very late, for Mrs. mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time.
: ''Till! one by one. with measured strokes.. would like to make friends with him, happiness, here, and I would Shelly was not well. It was drawing For Regular and Special Excursion Tickets
--, ,r- The village curfews chimed eleven ; for I have an innate fondness for sooner sacrifice it than see you die towards 5_ o'clock when I took my accustomed -TO-
''" 4 '" :'r:. And The, one elders bv said one, "beneath Good even the !I"oaks, dogs." 0 ,_ slowly before my eyes. Oh', it's too seat on the porch with my Points iu Florida, Cuba, Mexico,

r; i ;: *:And, one by one, the children-folks :Mr. Shelley shook his head. "Don't hard!I" and he kissed her brow. pipe. Shelly joined me ; his wife apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull
,l;, ; .' I Went home to dream of Heaven. ,try it," he said. "I wouldn't have Turning about, he saw me and knewI was sitting inside by the ,window.. and Bryan streets Savannah.
: I
N r And silence crept along the le ,s.i you approach him under any'consid- had heard expression.. My eyes :were voluntarily turning transferred Brunswick at passengers St. Simon's either by Steamer way will Ruby: be
i, i And misty shadows grayl glistened ; eration. That dog will throw an un- ."I think I will lie down," said Mrs. towards the fallen tree. Shelly divined Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival
JJut still, beneath the moonlit trees unruly steer and hold him so securelythat Shelley, and as she passed me I no- my thoughts, for he shook his will Be at risk of consignee.F. .
a The lovers talked and listened
L ,. :And all the old, old histories ; he can't rise. An ordinary man ticed her face was as pale as the dead. head gravely, smoked on, and said W. SIMMONS Fernandina, Anent, Fla.
1 For them were newly christened. 'would stand but a' poor chance of _When she had gone up stairs Mr. nothing. Suddenly there came a half- C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Agt,
:r : All care beyond, all fear above, get.ting'away from him alive." Shelley turned to me and said : "I suppressed cry from Mrs. Shelly, and Savannah, Ga.
t? They feel their love and softly breathed it, On our way back from the.:' stablewe suppose you perceive there is some- at the same instant her husband ex: J. N. IiARRIMANManager.
And hear it sobbed by brooding dove, again passed Captain's kennel and thing amiss 'here. You see. no hands claimed : There, don't you see it !
And see the roses wreath it ; C. C. STRATTON & CO.
''1 ,i ," And dream that true and tender love paused to look at him. :Mr. Shelley about the place and a general state of Look !I" ,
Outlasteth all beneath it. patted his head, while the animal idleness reigns supreme. Of course I gazed steadily at the spot, but OF MACON, GEORGIA,
i stretched the of his chain toward there is it and I could discern unusual and
: '. No dream, indeed !! no twilight gleam length a reason for ; am go- nothing ,
Of lights that fade in shadows hoary ; me, regarding me all the while ing to tell yot what it means. The told him so. HAYE\IADETHE MODE Fla., the BUG'S.author:
't L ; But golden breaks, that softly gleam with a look that seemed to be anything only thing I am' afraid of is that you "And you don't"see it?',' he cried. ized Agents Contract for the sale of their
.. Our From: life opening the thread gates, our of hearts glory ;the theme but unfriendly. There seemedto may consider me a madman' or* a fool, Watch how it waves its arms towards -
In Heaven we end the story. be so honest a purpose in the but I swear to you what I am aboutto us and dances on the log." BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.

J. _--- ----,-._- brute's eyes that I instinctively put relate is as true as holy writ. I I arose to my feet and went to the .
Parties wishing to purchase will pet all information -
( WHAT DID THE DOG SEE forth my hand and laid it caressinglyon aril an honest man, sir, and a truthful edge of the porch. Every foot of the as regards prices from them.
aN j his huge head, when to the amazement one, consequently I do not lie when I tree trunk was visible, but nowhere Samples of different qualities and styles
'C j'A STRANGE ADVENTURE IN OHIO WHICH I. of his master the creature actually say we have an-apparation-in short. could I discern a ghost. I absolutely can be seen. at the office MODE of BRO'S,
7d r THE READER MUST EXPLAIN TO licked my hand in token of amity.I a ghost. here.. I pray you do not hastily could see'nothing but the old weather- 26 Fernan ina.
SUIT HIMSELF. really laughed at the consternation imagine that I r" am a weak and beaten decaying log.
Montaigne observes : "Things un- depicted on :Mr. Shelley's countenance. superstitious man; you shall be con- Heavens 1"! exclaimed Shelly, observe $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \ !/

known are the principal and true sub- 'V ell," he exclaimed, drawing a vinced ; for you may see the, whole how wildly it tosses its arms and Ox of $5, .. _-
ject of imposture, forasmuch as in the long breath, "if I had not witnessedthe matter with your own eyes and then see how its drapery trains." will receipt send you an Elec-we ::::::: '. :::::
;, first place their strangeness lends thing I never could have believedit. judge for yourself. Wy wife's health I took a steady look at the speaker tric Lamp. Burglar ::::: :- ) ;::::::
';TM I them credit, and, moreover, by not Why, that animal is a tiger in health has been failing ever since this for I could not reconcile the matter, Alarms $1. Call Bells --% -"=. -_- .
being subjected to our ordinary dis- disposition, and I never believed him thing came about, and it breaks my and I said : "I will try and solve this $1., Telegraph Electric Gas Instru Lighter -
T, course, they deprive us of the means capable of friendship for any but my heart to witness her sufferings. I thing." ments, Medical Batte-
to question and dispute them. The wife and self. Old Reuben, the negro can't find a ready purchaser for the Don't go there," implored Mrs. ries, &c.
4; incident I am about to relate is strictly is terrified when he comes in the place, and _o ,Reuben is the only* per- Shelly, as I stepped down on the we"In think regard you-will to your be exceedingly new Electric successfulin Light.
true in all save that I have appropriated vicinity of that dog. His demeanor son who will remain with me, but, ground. securing its universal adoption.
? a fictitious name for the parties towards you is certainly surprising." see, he hides as much as possible in- I made no reply, but walked Yery .truly yours, MINER & REDFIELP. "
,.. involved in the narrative. It was the custom of Mr. Shelley to doors. Look," he continued, pointingacross straight to Captain's kennel and unchained "I witnessed with much 737 Broadway pleasure,the X tests Y.
Y" In the summer of 1867 I was journeying loose Captain when they were about the road to a piece of woodland, him. I of your news Electric Light. I believe! you
,, leisurely through Western Ohio closing the house and retiring, and to "do you observe yonder fallen tree?" Old boy,".I said, patting his head, will find no difficulty in bringing it into
t 'on. horseback, when late ,one after- chain him up early in the morning, I gazed in the direction indicatedand you and I will try it together. Come general Lumberman.use. Eastern" Man.HENRY"Northwestern l I GII.\JI. -
," i nobn I discovered my horse had suddenly before it was likely there would be saw the trunk of a large tree along.1 "We take pleasure in stating that the tests!
: l become' lame in his forelegs. any callers at the farm. lying prone on the ground. It was, The noble fellow appeared to com- we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly -

.Dismounting, I made an examination The following morning I arose very in fact, a huge log, from which the prehend me, for he looked up in my and ready satisfactory.sale. Yours You truly will, have a large
0 ; '!t ., 'with the purpose of discovering the early, having passed a restless night, bark had long been peeled.c Well," face, licked my; hand and walked RICHARDS & Co,
+ ; precise location of the injury, but failing and finding it impossible;; to take a he continued, "at irregular 'interval gravely by my side. He didn't friskor 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue X.Y." .
'; in this. I flung the reins over my morning nap, I dressed and went down the apparation appears on that fallen gambol, but behaved with the The above testimonials explain them-
y0 "; arm: and led my poor beast towards stairs, seating-myself on the porch. I tree, arrayed in the traditional white seriousness becoming the occasion. I selves.WE WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE MjE DI.
the farm-house which was near at had entirely forgotten the fact that drapery, and it walks up and down, went straight down the road, mountedthe G. AV. FOSTER & CO.,
F ; : hand. I found the owner, Abel Shelley Captain was loose, and as I sat inhal- swaying to and fro and all the time fence and jumped over, Captain 45-3m 21 Park How. X. Y.

;J( '''C'.,' : seated on the porch smoking his ing the fresh air from the pines I was waving its arms towards the house.A keeping a little in my advance. I CURTIS t fc CO..
i nh : pipe, with his wife.sitting by knitting. startled to behold the dog standingby half hour ago it was visible, but it had excited the creature by
) ,;,.t w introducing myself and explaining myi my side gazing fixedly on my face. vanishes as quickly as it appears. I talking to him until the hair stood REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
i t. ;; situation, I, inquired if he could accommodate For a moment I was undecided howto am not under any powerful hallucination. stiffly up on his neck and his eyes ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA.

: : me with. a resting-place act. Retreat was impossibletoshow I am a rational, sane man, and glared like coals. To my utter con- Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated Ex
; I could He fear induce the brute what I tell is the earnest truth." he
until resume my,journey... might to you sternation was dashing ahead changes effected.
I i I acquiesced- at once, assuring me that 1- fix his fangs in my throat in an in- I have witnessed some strange bravely and about twenty feet from Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet toI

t was perfectly welcome, and, presenting stant. I was afraid to s peak, lest a affairs myself," I rejoined, but l let the tree he gazed in a dazed manner acres acres,, Lands for sale.and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
4 me to his wife, laid down his pipe strange voice might alter his purposeif me ask you if you are positively sure for an instant and, uttering a sharpcry N. B._"St. Maryrs having been selectedas !
,., ; and began to examine the feet of my it was pacific. I, therefore, looked there is no trick in the thing ?" dropped his tail between his legs the terminus of the Atlantic& Mississippi i
horse. kindly at him and smiled. Majestically He gave a hollow laugh. Hanging and rushed back to the house with all ment Canal (under General the Gillmore survey made), charters for Govern-for the
S ,, I can see nothing at present," he striding! up to me he laid his in the house," he said, is my repeating his speed. I looked at his retreating construction by of which having been grantedby
remarked, that indicates the seat of broad head upon my knee and I cautiously rifle. Men will tell you thatI form with a sort of bewilderment and the United States Government and the
f 1:. the injury, but I'll just put'him in the began to caress him. Duringthe am the best shot in the country and then at the tree. There was certainly increase Legislatures in the of value Georgia of and adjacent Florida lands, a large may
>i barn, and if he does not improve by operation Mr. Shelley fortunately that's saying a good deal. I can killa nothing unusual visible to my eyes at be confidently looked for." (See New York
;.:,' to-morrow we'll determine what is to appeared upon the scene. He gavea sparrow, and perhaps a butterfly. least. The bare, old tree trunk, that Sun, 27-3-83.)
,'r, >be done." quick glance toward me, and calling? You observe that log is not more than : was all. I smiled as I mounted it Sale. -
Leading the animal away, he shortly the dog, took him to his kennel and I fifty yards distant, and yet I swear and took several turns up and downits Master's AND BY VIRTUE OF A
,_ returned to the house. In the meant chained him. Then it was I explained to you I have repeatedly drawn a length and then I walked back UNDER rendered in the Circuit Court
+ ,,! ,;' time I had entered into conversation to' him the circumstance of my early dead aim on the thing ,as it danced leisurely to the house. Captain was of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida,

with Mrs., Shelley who was a very rising and the unexpected meeting of, plainly in sight. I have fired, but lying by his master's chair trembling ber Nassau A. D.1883 County, on W.the B.4th day,of Esq.Septem, referee -
by Young
; well informed person, but I judged by Captain on the porch. still it always stood shaking its arms in every limb ; the dog was surely in the suit of D. M. Hammond vs.
.+ the remarkable }pallor of her face that I don't quite comprehend your widely in the air. I've'shot dozens of terrified. Thos. J. Wharton, for foreclosure of mortgage :
.'. she- was not in particularly good good luck with the dog," he remarked, time's at it but I can't kill itfor,, it is I saw nothing," I remarked. I will, as Special Master named bidder in
; health. :Mr. conducted to but I would advise in the futureto not human.'' But said decree offer for sale to the highest
y. Shelley me you we did, returned :Mrs. ; before the Court-House door in Fernan
'' .y a room, where having deposited my keep within doors until you have No one would try the prank for Shelly. Every step you took the dina, on the first Monday of November next
t i t" saddlebags, I took a refreshing wash seen me about." some motive or other ?." I questioned. thing followed you, waving its arms being the third day of said month, between
all the
... anti returned to the porch and was "If you have no objection," I replied For instance, suppose they wished to over your head. 0,1 am so sorry you the estate legal, title hours, and of interest sale, on which said day Thomas J.
: 1, -soon engaged in an interesting conversation "I would very much like to I buy the place cheaply, perhaps this went there. Something will surely, Wharton bad on the 28th day of April A.
..4 about crops and the general feed the dog once-only once. I will ghost story might induce you to sell happen to you if you are not careful. D. 1877, in and to lot No. (0)( ) nine, in Block
ti ,4 ', -topics of the day. I discovered my be very careful, but I will really con- at a sacrifice." You were too rash. It was too perilous No.dina Twenty-five, Nassau County((25)),, in Florida.the City of Fernan
f host to be an unusually' bright and sider it a favor if you will consent to "Do you think," he returned ," and she'wrung her hands. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.J. .
"J F well-read farmer, with a certain seri- my request." quickly, '. that any one who knows It has gone now" said Shelly. A. ELLERMANN,
d '.", .ou ness about him that forbade anything "All right," he replied. "You Abel Shelly would care to assume Special Master.
Fernandina Fla. 20,1884.45td
- i : like unseemly familiarity, and know what I have said about his terrible such desperate chances before his Seventeen years have elapsed since Sept. -

,- which, was sure to inspire respect in a nature ; therefore be on yourguard. rifle ? Oh, no. There is no one who then and I. am not conscious of any Sheriff's Sale.
.' considerable degree. He was an Eastern ." who would take the risk. BesidesI particular evil having overtaken TTNDER and by virtue of an execution
i i; : :' man by birth, but had been.settled That day I carried Captain his din- should have killed it long ago if but there is one thing I would very me, Judicial U issued Circuit out,of in the and Circuit for Nassau Court,County:Fourth,

+ in the West for twenty ner, and he devoured it while I stoop there was anything to kill. It always much like to know-if Shelly and his in a suit in said Court determined, wherein
:t4 x years. ,Beyond his wife he had no by his-side. 'From thenceforth I had comes in the afternoon," continued wife did not see a ghost, what did the Theo. Starbuck is plaintiff and Henry Kobe -

rl. ,.?, ,: had' no family, and it struck me as not a misgiving as to his good dispo- Shelly, but never at night. You dog see ? J. H. N. will?n sell defendant at public, I auction have levied in front upon of and the
s ,, +' being somewhat singular that I saw sition toward me. perceive it reverses the accepted time Court-house in the city of Fernandina on
?: 0 nohands:;: about the place save an old 9c of nocturnal visitation." Monday the 3d day of November, 1834, dur
is t .,, ne roVh? was slowly performing I was detained at the form for six <; I do not consider myself more Warranty and Mortgage; : Deeds ing the legal hours of sale. Lot number 2 of>
in Block the city
some duty in the cow-yard. days before the lameness, of my horse courageous than men generally 1 T INEX P.APER-GO GTS. PER DOZES: FernandinnNassau number 2G9.County situated, levied in upon as
w : After a hearty supper and a smoke allowed me to resume my journey. replied, "but I would be glad if you _IJ Samples sent upon receipt of 2centstamp. the property of Henry Hobein.
r : with a corncob pipe, I went with Mr. During this period I became much would notify me if this object appears:; Address, FLORIDA Terms Cash, purchaser paving for title..
t i *Shelley to the stable to take a look at attached'to :Mr. Shelley, .. and his wife! again during my stay. Perhaps ]I 20 Fernandina MIRROR., Fla. J. A..,:Sheriff ELLERMANN.45td Nassau Co.

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2. XOTICE. ,Steven, John Smith John *. .. ,aiU JUST
l'. -': 'Place,of : 'Name of ; RECEIVED. AT
fallowing names were stricken offrrIlE Silva, FrankSimpkins Bii ()J1sUI1. Parish ; .' Registration. ',' Registering Officer. '

: Hrati01i List for Nassau county Ifenry Shockley, Isaac a The
ltcfi Scott. William FV Uptown House
with law, at the meeting of George Clothing
'wrUc met' Smith JosepH W Smiith 'Jordan ,
Ill a IJarl, ofonday. /V\+')untv, Commissioners" held on Sye Smith, Clerk's office.......... J. A. Edwards......... 1.Amelia. .

t I I ., OHober, 6th, 1884.yl Fouthwick., Sandy R" W Swaiin., Henry William .....:..*...*.....11': F. Scott -........... o CORNER OF SIXTH ..AND ASH STREETS,

1'reinr.1 No. I. 0 Steel), John Simmons; I'eter'Solomon. O'NeiPs Residence... Isidore S. O'Neill I .. 3
School House No.12 N. Priest................ 4 A LARGE STOCK I -
Thomas FALL
Austin Lewis ) Svenkerud S V GOODS
1! Julian J Scott. Moses Smith i ,Hart's Road............ W. W. Farmer........ 5 ,
loses; Henry Residence John Owens....... ...
Sams, January Smith. John L J. Owens.. : : 6 CONSISTING OF A FULL LINE: 'OF-
lverr, Genrge Scott, Darby King's Ferry.......... T. Higginbotham; 7
AlfredArmchtaro W
C- Allen, squire Alberti, Antonio' 'Smith% Robert I M Schuyler Schnylcr, RSTomlinson George I Boulogne ...:........... Geo. W. Hodges..... '8 FtfEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING

\Jell.] HenryAlbert. Stewart Henry Callahan................. Samuel Jones......... 9) ,
Jamey .Hig inbctham's._.... Higginbotham; .10
. II II Baker, John Taylor I> P John Brandy Branch,....,.. Noah A. Hicks:....... 11 Gents' Furnishing Goods, Umbrellas, etc.,
) DreadBrown Taylor; Glasgow' Thomson, Albert _
j inkerHenry Tyson, Isaac' ''Tucker'RobertTomlinson Which I WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE?:
Charles I[ Barr John Taylor, ,Moses J Lekmow 'TRICTS. CITY: Give me 3.0 call before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the place:

lkr"butler.Hem.,'William llol'ert! Eeorle Brown, Sam F Thompson Thomas, Richard, James D 'Thomas Tostevin,,Ben.Nicholas District JVt). Includes all that portion' of @- THE UPTOWN CLOTHING HOUSE.-a W. J.: LOHMAN.

: G 11" Brown, Toney Tucker. B Thomas, John Amelia Island laying north of township line

ralleell, George I Brown Alfred Twine, PaulThomas Thomas, :Fletcher number two commencing.at the Atlantic
iu\fel Ben Jack WHOLESALE
11' : ton Columbus Ocean and running west on township line AND, .RETAILs
rakerbro, He'KyUrown.Somcrs' Blue, William-jr number two until the Transit Railroad is
Blue, Peter Van Ness J B reached, thence along the line of the railroadto :

I1 WII'r.o 'ert Brown, Andrew Williams, Counsel Wright, Stephen the drawbridge over Amelia river. S -=*3>333 SSQ 2
/ Bird. William CBristol Williams. T JValk'r SamWashington
Henry) ,
Brown, District A'o. 2-To include that portion of
1'1:I ke :i beer V 11 Warren DocWilliams Geo W Amelia Island lying south of the southern

J lron'fJoIn; ) II Busby, CS M A Williams, Andrew boundary. line of District.No. '1.
HOllr.I4,1V Walker: .brllmVilliams, Frank
Walker. Rufus Williams Adam District Xo. 3-To commence at Amelia
Warren Clark, Edward river the mouth of Clark's O'Neill's
nnl'llcTl\' White. IsaacWilliams. Whitner, C II at or if
(mtl5, Alfred Cl.ins, John George Wells, Primus creek ; thence up Clark's or O"Nei1l's.creekto t
l olhrall,1I: (,nnuit Dennis Walker, Henry WVoodV F jr the Transit Railroad'j; thence westerly by
('Ia\' J'.1'' '" :L I Cribh, George Williams Tobev 'Williams. Thomas the railroad to Lofton creek ; thence down

(yIy./:'\:U(!m:; 1Il H' Chad wick Stephe, Williams", Thomas D Wilson, William Nassau river to Amelia river ; thence down r

;'OJIHI.-' '. Clras Collins, AlfredhrimpIe't Wood, Richard Williams Scipio Lofton creek to Nassau river; thence north I.
.! Athertl Clay, George II Amelia riverto of
'| | Whaley, John, IVillianms: Doc by place beginning. I .
Cook > '
\\niJ harpert'anteC.11'iason
'mo, 'Cox WilliamCunningham \YilliamsiAncilYilkil1;, oll, Joseph District JVb. 4-To commence, where the
Robert Williams. Charles Williams Ned railroad crosse's Lofton creek ; thence up

eribhSaniuel\ FYaii Crews. Fred Washington! Stcphen'\"i1cy. TonevWideawake. Lofton creek to :McQueen's swamp ; thenceup
t'uurterVlliant; Bent Williams, n J McQueen's swamp to the Waterman Old
< ) >,Jn!ues Wr.mrter Cully, J S Williams. James Williams, Lewis Field ; thence following the public wagon k r k t tk -

Wm 11' Cheves, J M ( Walker, Reuben road to Port Henry on the St.Marys river to rSOUfNPUB ;
i oiiner, Jjtlward dishing, Amelia river; thence up the Amelia riverto
Plato Robert F
Roderick Young, Young the mouth Clark's or O'Neill's creek
promiwmd, Prince jrDonglass, ;
Young, July Yerger,
Dover.) Andrew .' Dohoney R V thence by the line of Clark's or O'Neill's
na\\'kiJ, Wallace! Dozier, TES Precinct Xo. 2. creek to the railroad ;' thence by the line of

Dufiiur, Charles Dewson George D Anderson William Jacques, C II railroad to place of beginning.

Delaiu-y, Henry n' Dorsey; Columbus Cooper, William Taylor, James District No. 5-To commence where the
IkjreyiGyinsejrIukehart. DeMott, George Ewbunks, James Williams, John railroad crosses Lofton creek where Mc-

}) .|Edward Den net to, S L Hazeltine, Augustus Queen's swamp intersects Lofton creek ;

RlwanK. 'ltiley Estes, Chas W Precinct Xo. ::. thence up McQueen's swamp to the ford of CO.NY- ..par"Q ,y7-
J Ellis Van}] : Edwards, Latimore )[r. Higginbotham's place; thence in a
Rimer Frederick i
southwesterly direction, following the old
Ellerson. olin Eaton, John S, .
EI1i I) L Eddcn, It E ; Precinct, Xo. t. r' public-road to Boggy swamp; thence down

Epees, Will F; Aiken, George( \ Lutin, Lewis f Boggy swamp to Nassau river; thence down \.o: B. NOYES, 4
., Nassau river to the mouth,of Lofton creek ;
Frank, Carl Fuller Thomas II Hardee. E GVhitehu t, Philip .
thence Lofton creek to the place of be- S
I Frank, Peter V Franklin, Thomas Hurris, Villiamroo, John A up DEALER IN

Fo"'artGeorge Foreman, Aleck Lewis, Frank jr ginning.

Foster, Frank Ferguson, Edward Precinct No. G. District Xo. G-To commence at Port Hen- FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES,
Ferrill, Freeman Frank, FrancisFairbanks ry, on the St. Marys river; thence up the
George R Floyd, Prince Butch, Berry Holzendorf Milton St. Marys river to the mouth of Little St.

Fletcher, Henry Fitzpatrick, :Thomas Hargrove. James Hast, Jeremiah Marys river; thence up the Little St. Marys Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,

river to the public road, known as the OldKing's
fjoMren SGambrill GreenVilliam II reciiict X 0. 7.
road ; thence by the King's road to FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
M N Giles, Durham Ash ford. George Jenkins, Robert
the where it
1V E Green Alderman Jacob Jackson Isaac point crosses Boggy swamp;
Stepney ,
thence down Boggy to the old ford ,
B R W II Benjamin, William Jones William 2d
Grant, George Godfrey, ,
Mr. Peter Green's place thence following -
Gardner Lewis J Godfrey, W J Baptiste. William Jones,.Benjamin F near the road in ;
public a northwesterly
Charlie Grant David Bacon Ezra Knight John :
,II Grant, direction to the ford on McQueen's swamp ; Prices Low as the Lowest.
(Griffin, Sidney Gunn, John T Butler, JamesBenjamin Kendree Bennett
thence down McQueen's to 'Vater-
Grant Israel Win 2d Locke William swamp
Jenkins ,
Green, man's Old Field ; thence by the public roadto N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fcrimndiiia, Fla. .
Baker J II
Hubby, George R Hall, Willis George Lofton, Port Henry, the place of beginning.
Baker. H C Lowther Zell
William 1Holzendorf Henderson George ,
Harding i ,
; District Xu. 7-To at the mouthof --- .
Frank Hayes, S A Blocker Berry B Mitchell, Willis commence :R. ..A.1TS-rJ:: : : :
t C A Clark Wyley Mitchell Lewis II the Little St. Marys river; thence up the ,
Haas Hardee.,John Hayes Haley., Aleck Cuyler, P L Mitchell, George Little St. Marys river to the old King's road H[
1In. I. JohnlIoward Caston, Isaac Mills, S M (one leading to camp Pinkney) ; thence by MANUFACTURER OF
Hughes, Henry the old King's road to Camp Pinkney, on
Harker, Allensrllenderson Chad wick. Charles Nobles, Douglas
Hunter, Moses[ Hutcherson: James Crooms, Shepherd Pollard, George P Marys to the mouth of Little St. Marys river,
Cox Samuel Phillips, George the place of beginning.
HibbarJ, James Hill, George DEALER IN a T 70
Hamilton. William Hummings, R'V C Cummings, Valentine Stewart Randal District Xo. 8-To commence at Camp Z

Ilubbanl, Richard Harris. Z T Durden, Francis Swearingen, Alex Pinkney, on the St. Marys river; thence by QP ,ry rr

Jlolzemlorf Henry jrHarris, Dan Dreuwies R C Swearingen, Jno L the old King's; road to the point where the PARL R rrI B nn K T VB .
Ilooper,' Moses jr Holzendorf Henry Diaz, Mack Swearingen, It WSwearingen. Alachua trail leaves it ; thence followingthe ;
Harris J LIlcadcn. Hazleton, James Davis, C J Walter S Alachua trail to Batton's ; thence westerly ti

Thomas Hart Henry Evans, Thomas Savage, William by the public! road to Stokes' Ferry, on 9
]Jlo\\'rll"J W Hackley, II D Elverson, William Small, Peter the St. Marys river; thence down the St. }fi't': ', v.

Harker,Henry Everett, Samuel Smith' Lewis II Marys river to. the place of beginning. Z ,.
Felder James Sw nn."Talker District Xo. 9 To at the mouthof ;
Ivins, IyhaniJenkins commence 1
:Flowers, Thomas Thomas, Zachariah creek Nassau river 1 ii; I \(., >
Boggy on ; following
Jake Jones William A Srs
Gardner. Gatlin Taylor, James Boggy creek to the ford of King's road :(fv
Jones, John Jenkins James Green, Edward Tilman, Brit thence north by the King's road to Alachua 1 I
Jones, Richard! Jones, Morris Hackle)", Mundy Tucker, George osuaamooia
trail : thence by the Alachua trail to the tnllfr6m
Joseph, David Jackson, Solomon Haddock Geo W jr Taylor, Jesse
line No. 23 ; thence following the it
I Johnson Jake Jackson John
Hollins, Alfred1'alker, John C
range line south of the base line to the
i Jennings, Richard Johnson Rufus Harker Aaron jrValker., Peter ':
H .
line of Duval thence
boundary by
; county ;
Jones, W J William jr ; :
I Joseph, Harker, JohnHawkins Webber, Alex the dividing line between Duval and Nassau 1
Johnson Peter jr Johnson, George H Haven"i gins, William ,
counties the mouth of Boggy creek
i to
\ Johnson, Lewis Jones, Alonzo- Holland, Thomas Whiteous, J W the place of beginning '
I Johnson. Edward Jackson Henry Harris, M It Wilson, Julius A
Jones, Prince Johnson, Hardy Horn, Thomas A Wiggins, Joseph District Xo. 10-To commence at Stokes' M Fg -- XPOS TlgN'Jiew

Johnson. Edward Jefferson, Joshua Jenkins James Young, Henry Ferry, on the St. Marys river ; thence by
Jones, Robert Jones, Lemon Jones, Augustus the public road to Alachua trail ; thence by
Kane the Alachua trail to range line No. 23; OrleDn;
IUchanKane, Richard 2d Precinct Xf). S. thence south by range line No. 23 to base Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
King! ;, Joseph Keith Hansel
King! Sam Klarer, Jacob Hardee,. R A King, George P.Ireelnet line ; thence by base line to Crosbey's bay ; Opening December 1,1884: Closing May 3t,t885UNOJf.IC :

Kaiser, Joseph Kennedy Berry Xo. 0. creek thence to by the Deep mouth.creek : thence down Deep COOKL\G UTE SiLS OF ALL iUDS, TIIK Al&rrCKS OK THE!:- I

Knabb. William. Kane Nathan, Barber. T II :Moore John X
District Xo. 11-To consist of all that United States! Government
King William
Kelley, Owen Booth, '\" W Mills, S M por- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, ,
Kennedy, Henry tion of the county south of the line commencing -
Braddock A J Nelson John E
at the mouth of Deep creek thence by
Leggett, C H"I \ Major Barnett, C II Ogilvie, David ; WROUGIIT-IRON PIPES.
said creek'to Crosbey's bay to the base line
Loomis, K S :Morris Carrol WilliamCopeland S W ;
J Lang, Pomeroy, thence by the base line to the dividing line ,
4OJame's jrFW Lizzamore Mvers William Robinson Henry
between Nassau and Duval counties. l the General c.over nment.
Appropriated >y
Lewis: Long; William Copeland D C Swailes James P A SPECIALTY
Jhll1\n: W J Liggins. Levi Dawson James II Swailes. R W The voting precinct of No. 1 is establishedat DRIVEN WELLS

Llz7.mwrndcrson Lang, Lawrence Dozier J L W Wood, Daniel the court-house i Fernandina.The AND IRON-ROOFS PUT OX. $500,000"CO1lrihltt'.l .

Lewis, William: Lizzamore, Win B Dozier. John"ilIiamson., John .. precinct of District No. :2 is established TIN for TinGutters promptly filled. hv the Cili/en rf ;New; Orleans.
LewN.:! 15pi Lucas, Alfred: Hunt, W Prmiamson., J II : at Amelia settlement, formerly J.
Wind Mills for pumping water or running
Lc Ouin! William! II Le Decaf, James Lee, W IIMclntosh White, M l[ D. Vaughan's place, situated in section, light machinery promptly erected on order. $200,000,
l-ofthoufce, Samuel James II Walker John 2 28 east. I.
township north range Church. Factory and School Bells for sale Appropriated htlexicn. ,
'rcte '. Thomas Morrison, Peter Precinct Xo. 10. District No. 3.-The precinct is establishedat at a bargain. ..
Mitchell Thomas Muller, George( School House No. 20. located on land !S Stoves at Wholesale Prices. $100,000, I IAppropriltl'.t
)Madden J E Miller! Jonah Conner Willis W Obery, Henry deeded by W. Wood to the Board of Pub All goods) delivered at the various transportation -
ledJaugh, F W McCall, AaronManoe. Couch, Tony l'rime.A. lic' Instruction for school purposes, and located stations within the city free of T>v the State .>f Louisiana. i ii r

Maul. (1 T : J TMcDonald Iurph)". Edmond Simmons, William A in section 37, township 2 north, range charge. All tales for cash. $looe000' .
Mclay[ James : ,. Frank Obery,,James 20 east. I ,
Mickley GusiaVe Mossman. John Precinct :Xf). 11. District No. 4-The precinct establishedat CORNER BROOKE AND SECOND STS. I Appropriated by the City of New Orleans.

McClelland. Nel) Mason BenjaminManiganlt Adams, G R Pringle, Jackson School House No. 12 Coneville, locatedin I
Fernandina Fla. $5000 to $25,000
Mason July'12,1884.NEW From
Warren; C C Blitch, J S' Tanner I) II section 43: township 3 north, range 28 east. ,
Martin, Soldo Middle-ton.: Glasgow W K W II Appreciated hv inaumrrahie'states, Cities
: Kelson Tyler, District No. 5-The precinct is establishedat '
Miller, Jacob ; Mears. Sam MyersMerrow.JHP Motes, H II .. School House No. 21. located on land T1 CHEAP AND GOOD. 1 and 1'Oteiirn Countries.:

McQueen.. Conner < CHAS. W... LEWIS, deeded by S.A. Swann\ to the Board of Pub- Every State and Territory I n the Un'on; represented
CharleS:. Morris, Randolph Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners lic Instruction for school'purposes locatedin M OILERNEW lS and nearly all the Leadtrg Nations and t

Martin)ra William Mitchel, Ben Nassau County. lot 2. section andtownsnip2: north, range I Countries of the Word. -!
}llall. Frank AW McDonald, Rinaldo Attest AND SECOND HAND.- .
: 2Geast.
Exhibit the Biggest Building and the'
The Biggest
Mostler' Au"lHtus'idtlleton !; )McCall Peter: J. A. EDWARDS Clerk is establishedat
) District No. G-Theprecinct ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES Biggest Industrial Event in theWorld's
P M )J'Chen.Thomas} Fernandina, Fla., October, 7, 188-1. the residence of John Owens .
Complied 01'aneO Box and Shingle Machine History.Ar"UC"TO"
McKorjCharlfa )Waters James in section 7, township 3 north,range 20( east. agle Gins Caw :Hills Planers Kenaws", te I .
\apnh'n( l \uJs Newman Charles REGISTRATION NOTICE. is establishedat and Prices beforeRANDLE&DUGANMAGH'VeO Imdn, pal: 1o.IHJH.t.: H.ltl'AI)!'RECKIVE1>
District No. 7-The precinct i Ask for fnffilosne ,
'attlCl COVl';;\inC>::-W\I'ktNt'AIP: \1'1':1: : VAIUKTT
Manuel Nix E1' School House No. 7, in the town of King's 1 OF 1.1.HC1''I'IH? 1'11I"' I, .,m' AO: !'
() IiXI'USI1'I": vu: rJ :UJ.
tandrf.! ; Janc"s) A Owens, Simon Ferry, on the St. Marys river. 1r 1' I
ONeil, J T TIIl : Election Districts of Nassau District No. 8-The precinct is establishedat 65, 67, 69, Eli!) ST., CINCINNATI, 0. .The cht"anes't"r:1.tei of ir. ve.secured ever known for the in i!

Purdy.!; Charles E Payne, Hercules County will be opened in each of said dis- the turpentine still at John D. Jones, situated (Write for Catalogue and t'menticn this paper.) the people annals ever! "of j, h.n.transportation, i
lalnicr. TA : Proctor, D G tricts on Saturday, October 11th, 18S4, and township 3 north, range 23 east. For information,aadres t
Price, M G Perry, Andrew; each Saturday is established E. A. BURKE, a
will be, _opened on Wednesday and District No. 9-The precinct -FORMACHINERY- : '
lroetor. General I. t C.C. E.,
: .Toe :, Person l..Emanuel there fter until.,Friday'the 24th day at School House No. 5, located in the' town. Director NEW OK .!:":'>:;. LA. ,
Doctor: David I of saiJ mo-nth;, inclusive fron 9) o'clock a. of Callahan. on' the Transit'Railroad. = = 'o I __ 1

Robinson t tkart' John Robert Richard jr m. to 2 o'clock p. m., and on such other' District No. 10-The precinct established !' I i ,
Bo bnjohinv Redmond, Mitchel days as the registration officers may deem at Mr. L..W. lIig inbop)( m's. situated : : i iI

} >n, Nicholas Rawson, William S necessary, between said dates for the pur- in section 22, township 4 north, range H- I ir= L UOY COTTAGE, ,
jobprtson. Lewis Robert. Walter ,
pose of registering all qualified unregistered 24 east.
]lie. dmg, Ben i,I Reddick, Richard A electors in said districts: District No. 11-The precinct established OF ALL KINDS, Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel;

Jtodgers, PahlA The law requires that electors shall register at School House No.' 28, located on land .

Scott hUrl' ) r, R y,Ii Stewart. Stephen. in! the,district in which they reside, and deeded by George W. Bryce to the Board of Go to r. M. Robinson, :FEn AXDISA.. FLORIDA.
George : in other. Public 111strl1ction'for school situ-
Smith, R F no purposes, with
furnished, ,
cyder, William E Savage, Samuel The names'of the deputy registration officers ated in section township 1 south. range DEALER I Offers pleasant room,well will be '
and Table Boarders
Samuel, llenr' Small, Edward the districts to which they are appointed 24 east. JOHN A. EDWARDS, UANt1F C'rt1RZ I or without board. '
transient.Miss -
;itnnu nidz. Henry II Smith. James '? the place of registration and,the boundaries Clerk Circuit Court. accommodated, ; also : THOMPSON. '

atewart, W. R< Sims, Danieli"u.I. .i\.'-' of the districts are as follows. : '' Fernandina, Fla., October 1,1884.. JACKSONVILLE. 'FLORIDA.. LUCY/0.I .>;.

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,,. IIL JF LO1 IDA 1' lJKKOM. In the, election of 1880 the Stateof SIR BISBEE ON THE ELECTION The registration and election officers THE ISSUE JOINED
'New York Garfield for the time the, offi- The canvass is
? gave a major-: are being practically closed:
,. F GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, ED1TQR. Mr. Bisbee undertakes to lay down v(
ti ity of 21,000 and elected him. A cers of the people,. holding an important In some respects it has been a most A
Subscription, S3 per year; six months, 81... the; election laws?in such,a shape as
I difference of 10,500 would have and delegated trust to act extraordinary one. A party which Cl
9 Office Centre and First streets,second floor ,to apparently encourage,perjury and
M ii 1RATES elected Hancock. There was thenno illegal voting. fairly, honestly and impartially, has by fair and by foul means retained tit

OF ADVERTISING. dissensions in the Republican without fear favor or ''affeCtion. possession of the
7 s'' tt. Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for The law is plain, enough. The government o

t. ', each subsequent Insertion. party, while,in,the Democratic party audacity with which Mr. Bisbee en- They are selected especially for their for a quarter of a century, has nom fc

1a w t"r Special local notices 15 cents a line. the Tammany fight was still fresh full knowledge of the voters of their mated a leader whose life has been
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. deavors to pervert meaning would
'. and injurious. The Ohio vote has districts and in order to exposed to public view
4" Special rate for time advertisements upon application be respective as an ambitious
remarkable else.
f' c> in one
+ at'the office. shown that the Irish disaffection ismyth' ti i
have a fair registration and a fair demagogue, striving for wealth
.. What is the object of registration c
t Communications upon all matters of local Inter a ; of the Independent Repub- to the elections election. The Democratic party desires and place; not by the ordinary f,
$+ est solicited from all of the and from except preserve purity.of -
4 4 along the; lines of Florida parts railways.All county. lican there is no doubt. The immense ? That every man who claimsto no frauds,of any kind, and will means of industry and statesman
communications Intended for publication crowds which have turned exercise the elective franchise countenance none, either in registration ship, but by stock speculations, by t

p i should be addressed to the,Editor:; all business; out to honor Cleveland indicate the Let association with evil schemes l
,voting or canvassing. every by
letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. shall be publicly listed in advance ,
,t 5 current of public opinion in his fa citizen do his duty. using his public position to furtherhis
r before an officer appointed for the
: j : SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25,' 1884. vor. The indications all point to And in order to private advantage, and the incarnation

r ': the success of the Democratic ticket. purpose. prevent THE'VOTE OF THE SOLID SOUTH. of whose character is selfish .

THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. any person from corruptly or ignorantly The ill temper shown by Mr.
The drive
Republicans expected to an, ambition. On the other handwe
FOR PRESIDENT: registering without the'proper Blaine in a recent speech in Indiana have
i' entering wedge, into the Solid Southin the Democratic party, comprising

l'- .GROVER CLEVELAND qualifications it is provided "that brings out his true'character.. Alarmed -
West Virginia, and the result is all the elements of society,
: OF NEW YORK. under no circumstances shall; any and discouraged by the result in
an increased Democratic majority.The desiring reform and placing at the
.( ;. such,deputy:clerk;or registration officer West Virginia, and satisfied that he
campaign purse must have been head of its ticket a man whose com
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: register anypirson:' who fails to has
nothing to hope for in
largely depleted to carry Ohio to the any paratively brief public life has been
: THOMAS A. HENDRICKS show satisfactorily, under oath if Southern State where
principles anal
t ,
; Republicans. New York is too largea devoted to a faithful, honest, just
OF INDIANA. necessary (administered by such deputy -
o honesty are more highly appreciatedthan
j job to undertake. The Ohio elec- and intelligent administration of
clerk or registration officer) he tells his hearers
tion has not changed the situationfor public affairs whose ambition has
that he resides in the election district that the election of Gov. Cleve-
EDWARD A. PERRY the better for the Republicans.It been and is to do right. Mr. Blaine
in which he seeks to be
regis- land will be the of the
; ; OF ESCAMBIA. is not the Republican but the "' triumph has in his favor the great army of
I4 tered. South and practically place the
doubtful States they need to carry. go'ernment officeholders, the aid of powerful
FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: Let us contrast the plain provisionof in the hands of the South,
corporations the of
'MILTON H. MABRY\ THE NEXT CONGRESS. the law with Mr.\ Bisbee's state- because they will furnish the most tion, and the, prejudices of the corrup-past.

OF SUMTER.. The Republicans have been hop- ment. We have quoted the law, but votes, and then appeals to the Mr. Cleveland has simply the good

ing to regain control of Congress.In Mr.\ Bisbee says: bloody shirt prejudice he hopes to
i FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: 'will of the majority of the people,
"The citizen is his own judge of his rightto
h the 47th Congress they had 146 arouse. In the Presidential electionof
E CHARLES DOUGHERTY, vote, and registration. : officer acts which, if it can be fairly expressed,
Republicans to 135 Democrats. In 1876 Mr. Tilden's then
OF VOLUSIA.' purely ministerially} and i is ,not vested with majority on will triumphantly 'elect him. He

,; I { t : I Ir that Congress,they had 15 out of the any'discretion 'whatever,to admit or reject popular vote was over 250,000. In has, moreover, behind him the sup-

: FOR MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 20 Congressmen from Ohio. the application for registration. Such applicant 1880, when by the vote of the Stateof of the
port great State of New York,
;FRED W. HOYT, In the 48th Congress the Demo- is not bound to answer_ any ques- New York Mr. Garfield w selected
tion put to himby such officer, and he may, which has honored him with the
OF FERNANDINA. crats have 195 and the Republicans his plurality was only 915.
if he choose, refuse to answer and demandthe largest majority ever given to any
W. A. MAHONEY\ 122 Democratic of 73. If Gov. Cleveland is elected it will
'f 1; a majority registration officer to administer the registration candidate, which is practically en-

w, j OF CALLAIIAN. As it will require a change of 37 oath." be shown that he has a large plural- tered in favor of her reform Gover-

'" districts to give the Republicans a Mr. Bisbee means, if he means ity of the popular vote. That this
Y t'The indispensable necessity of nor, and which has the power of

: times is of administra- majority, their prospects are very anything, that every man is his own must necessarily be the case we have saying who shall be elected to the
our a change
J poor. In the Ohio election they judge as to whether he has the rightto only to recollect that the majority of in
f tration in the executive affairs Presidency present division
?fi great '
: :; have gained 3 members only. Theynow register. The law requires the the popular vote is at the North, and of and
: of the This in parties States.IT .
; country. j judgment -
my hold 15 seats out of 27 in Penn- registration officer to be satisfied that that the united Southern States can-
;; 1 can only be accomplished by
;'< sylvania, so that they will not make the applicant possesses the qualifi- not elect a President in connectionwith
,i ,( the election of the Democratic can- SEEMS a waste of time to discuss
t.''j material change there. In New tions of a voter in that district. the Northern States unless bya
c ; dilates for President and Vice-Pres- -any-' the merits of the candidacy of Mr.
York they have now 12 seats and These qualifications are, citizenship ; majority of the popular vote.
ident."SAMUEL J. TILDEN. The and
a \ Pope. more intelligent re-
are as likely to lose as gain in that being twenty-one years of age; a
of the
.? a;' :.TIIE REPUBLICAN DISAPPOINTMENT State. In the Western States Michigan \ male; a resident of the state, county ANALYSIS OF THE POPULAR spectable portion' Republican
have him. He has
"' IN OHIO. is the only one where theycan and precinct, and not under disability VOTE. party repudiated
I In 1880 Hancock received 4,422- the apparent support of the colored
; ;i. 'of want of reason or convictionof
the Democrats
anticipate gains
.4 Republicans he
035 votes Garfield A,442,930-an ,
crime. There thousands of ;
.4 1880 AND ONLY TEN IN 1884. having carried 6 districts out of 11 are

In 1880, when Maine went Green- in 1882, against a solid Republican people who do not know the 'provis- apparent majority of 915. has promised them office. They do
not consider that it in his
Who cast these votes? Assum- were
.. vj back in the September election, the delegation of 9 in the 47th Con- ions of the law. There are very
ing that all the votes given to Han- power to give them all the offices,
who do not understand them.
.i Republicans took the alarm and gress. In Wisconsin the Repub- many
cock at the North were the votes of there are not half a dozen officesin
'. went more vigorously at work to licans, had 6 out of 8 districts in There are hundreds, if not thous-
r'' ands who under the influence of white men, he received of the white any county that have any money
: : : retrieve the situation, and by a 1880. The Democrats carried Gout ,
vote value so that out of the 3,000 or
2,862,697of ,
.'' ; profuse use of money bought their of 9 districts in 1882. Wisconsinis others, bribed or intoxicated, would ,
the Southern white vote more colored voters in Leon county,
p; .' majority in Indiana. The Ohio now considered a doubtful State, take an oath with less knowledgeof 1,579,338
for instance not than out
election has been probably carried but the Republicans may regainone the act and its responsibilities. Total white vote, 4,442,035 more one
of five hundred could office
get an
;f!:' :by similar means. If there was or two districts. In Iowa there According to Mr. Bisbee any Showing that out of the four and a ;
and it is that if
quite probable so
I d. ,:;';. :any State in which Mr. Blaine hada will probably be no Republicangain man whom the registering officer half millions of white votes receivedby emprobable should

s ., :. -- right to expect a large majorityit as one of the Democratic may know not to. be entitled to be Gen. Hancock only one-third an event happenas
his would
>' .- was Ohio. He was Garfield's districts gave a majority of 3,199in registered boy of 16, an idiot, an i were given from the Southern States being elected, he go
back on his colored supporters alto-
ii political i heir and successor. He 1882 and the other 711 ; whilein insane man, a well-known residentof and two-thirds from the Northern
gether. But he has also behind hima
: liad caused Garfield to be nomi- the First district the Republican another state, or a convicted felon States. Mr. Garfield's whole vote

ri '' --nated; he was the premier of his majority was only 238 and may come up and offer to kiss the was 4,442,930. Of this 808,737 came small body of Independents whose the

rM 's he him book and must be registered. The from the Southern States. support is based entirely upon
.,r ri administration; was near in the Fifth only 23. Texas in- Allowingthat
of office.
? ;...? when he fell; he was his nearest creases her membership 11 in the man can neither read the law nor 30 per cent. of this was cast by expectation

t!',; friend during his illness, and pronounced 48th Congress instead of 6 in the construe or understand its provis- white Republicans, it leaves him No one believes that Mr. Pope

R a his funeral oration. He 47th, which makes a permanent ions, nor does he care to. He nei- 539,000 votes cast by the negro would make as safe, as respectable,

i -was Ohio's candidate par excellence, Democratic gain. Mississippi gains ther knows nor cares for the conse- voters at the South. This deducted or as useful a Governor as Gen.

.r; \iS'M i: and the whole power of Ohio Republicanism -I i one member and Vermont loses one, quences of perjury and is willing to from his whole vote would leave Perry. Why, then, should anybody,

$ was exerted to carry the a Democratic gain of 2. South Car- take the chances, an instrument in him as the white vote received by white or black, vote for him. He

i t State. Even then it would have miserably olina gains 2 and North Carolina 1, the hands of designing men to carry him 3,903,000. General Hancock's has no party. He does not claim to

failed but for the coalition of while New ''Hampshire loses 1, the election. Such is not the pur- white vote, 4,442,035, showing that be a Republican. He does not claimto

i ; the Prohibitionists; and the result is which is a further Democratic gainof port or intent o'f the law. The regis- in the election of 1880 Gen. Hancock be a Democrat. And there is no

s .; 4 i >-!; .a beggarly majority of less than one 4.We tration officer is a public, officer, received half a million more white Independent party in existencethefew

t : ( .per cent. in a vote of 800,000. The cratic majority see no danger in the House of the of Demo-Rep- sworn to do his duty. He is placedas votes than Gen. Garfield. The con- office-seekers following :Mr. Pope

F Blaine ticket may or may not succeed resentatives being lost, although it a guardian of the highest rights clusion is obvious the strength, the cannot certainly be called a party.
in Ohio in the November election. may be slightly diminished. We I I of the people. He 4 should know no property, the intelligence of the There are not enough of them to

i Jt will require but a trifling change I must add to the Democratic column I party and no candidates in 'the discharge country are in the Democratic party. elect a constable by themselves in

r t :." 'to turn the majority into a minor- the Second. district of Florida. of his duty. He is bound'tobe any precinct in the State.

:ity. If the Prohibitionists supportthe faithful and impartial; to refuseno HELP ME, CASSIUS, OR I SINK
The New York Tribune that
St. John ticket at all, the Republican says man the privilege! to be registeredwho After all the shouting over Ohio Notice.
4 when frauds At of the Executive
anybody predicts they the a meeting County
; has the to by frightened Republican com
will but right nor registerany
majority disappear ,
; will bear watching. Mr. Bisbee's Committee, held this day, the following inspectors
I r 1fr .' however this may be, the Ohio elec- man improperly; and he must mittees over the so-called victoriesin were appointed for the side show"
t- party, on that principle, needs look- for the
be satisfied either the carrying Republicans three election:
tion has not diminished Gov. Cleve- way, putting

land's chances, but will probably increase ing after very closely. How' many party under oath if he deems_ ne- Republican States by diminished Precinct No.. 1-To be supplied by Cleveland
colored will vote and Perry Club No.1.
them. Gov. Cleveland has Republicans more cessary. Under Mr. Bisbee's con- majorities, we find that they are still Precinct No. Augustus Hazleton, G. R.

than once? How many boys will i struction the would-be voter badly frightened and cry for help. Swann.
T only to ,carry New York and Indiana vote and be to as- Precinct No. 3-L. Dozier, Carl Thiede.
F to: assure his election. M\ r. ready swear they'are sumes all the power s and responsibilities The finance committee of the Republican Precinct No.4-J. J. Cone, J.W. Roper.
of age? How many will claim a National Committee issued a circular to-day Precinct No. 5-A. G. Russell, J.C. Snow-
- t ,.. :' Blame's} chances' are doubtful in residence who have recently come of the registry laws. All he appealing for campaign funds, copies of' ball.Precinct
which were sent to the Department Employ No. G-David Wilds,John Brad-
E m 5 more than one heretofore Republican in? has to do is to swear to it. s by mail. After urging all those'who dock.
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State. In the election of 1880 Fortunately Mr. Bisbee is not the have not yet contributed to do so now, the Precinct No. 7-To be supplied by Precinct -
s WHATEVER other plans make, circular "The late victories in
you says: Maine, Executive Committee.
". the Republicans elected 15 out of do not fail to make source of authority for the registration Vermont and Ohio do not decide this con- Precinct No. 8-To be supplied by Pre-

t r' the Congressmen.. The electionof your arrange- officers. They have the law test. The great battle is yet to be fought, cinct Executive Committee. '
4 ments to vote on the 4th of Novem- and unless the State of New York or Indi- Precinct No. 9-Sam Jones, John Tip-
1884; gives them but 10 out of 21. before them and can construe its ana can be secured to the Republican col- church.
ber and to in due time. It
In 1880 the majority for Garfield register plain provisions without 'the inter- umn in November, the battle may eventu- Precinct No, 10-R. Kirkland, Wm.John:
is not less the of be lost.
duty patriotismthan ally The enemy is desperate, and son. .
was 34j; 27. It is now probably less self, interest to cast your vote ested advice of a candidate so eager will contend to,the last moment. He must H. J. BAKER, Chn. Co. Ex. Com.

than 10000. 'for Cleveland and be met with determined effort and every J. A. EDWARDS, Secretary. .
4. Perry. for an election as,Mr.\ Bisbee. honorable means at our command." Fernandina, FJa.'October 241884.

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for Cl e'k tfully count present: the to the name DemocraticWere5 of John J & rr :KYOO:

. Voters of gas for sau re-election to the office of PAUL >

, !-} n'ah e CircuitCourt.. For the past FUNKE'SJM
Clerk 7r.blr. Awards,has filled the posit ., -HAVE OPENED THE-
eitb t y Deputy then as Clerk. with #
fjrs t the county, and in
and '
credIt t to.himself could be found 444-4 I ( It It I [ I t 1 ( 1(44- +-+I+-It-H.+1++I+-It-++-++-++-++-++-++-+ .
better mini ] FALL .
our 0 pinIon 110 T CAJMP:; GlTWITH : [ .

for the p o"ition. yOTER3 OF THE COUNTY.

-ndeniiened For bSAVY;Clerk yielding of the Court.to the solicita- I t DRY GOODS EMPORIUM $I A LARGE, ENTIRELY NEW AND FRESH STOCK OF

Tbef large number; of voters in the *
tions himself as a candidate
announces ; +++++++++++ II II II II+)++++
county, of Clerk of the l Circuit Court.
for the ostthe office suffrages'.of the Democratic i FALL AND WINTER GOoDS M
and the count). .If elected I promise CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND,
Votersdform the duty devolved*. upon the xFERNANDINA
t to the letter. ,
For County Treasurer.
myself for re-election the
announce ;
.linn of County Treasurer, and solicit the
nortof the Democratic voters of Nassau Latest Styles in We have received our stock $S*GENTLEMEN'S .

COF 5ap ffndina.Fla.Oct6.1884.; : : G. STARK. GRAND FALL OPENINGS[ Fall Dress Goods, FALL CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods '

County:Commissioner. SILKS, CASHMERES, Men's, Boys', Youth's. '
for -- -OF- --
T announce myself to the Democratic vot- Brocades, .AI p acas, Velvets., An elegant line. Also the in all the
'Sassau couty for the position of Velveteens, etc.
era : JmmissiOlrer. and ask the support Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.
ofthe taunt e'DcDlocratic voters of the county. Dress Goods Silks Cashmeres .. ."'

PHINEAS JOHNSON. Great Bargains A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for:;
Italia,October 10, 18.)4. IN

A Card. BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres, BSOWNING, KING & CO.,

\fv! name having been mentioned fre- FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. Linen Towels, Toweling, of New York,
;e tly in connection With the position'of SHOES, .
Q sheriff of Nassau County, I beg/to/ state thus ,And all House-Keeping Dry 'LEADING CLOTHIERS.
publicly that, while} I appreciate the good Goods TRUNKS AND VALISES, I
offices! of my friends, for various reasons, BLANKETS AND | HOUSE-FURNISHING I I GOODS |> Suits made to order and a Ii
wreonal to myself, I cannot accept the posi- Mattings. Rugs, Oil Cloths Fit Guaranteed. !I IUnderwear
A line of
thus declining the honor, I beg to large !
b57rtomy friends that in the incumbent Fancy Goods and Notions, j
of the office they' have a man better I
Hosiery and Gloves
suited,: for the position than any other manin from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in :New York ,z
the county,and 1 ask them to support Hamburg
Edgings Gloves Mitts.
him at the election: and Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. BY OUR RESIDENT BUYER.'er. .

Callahan, Fla., August 27 1881. ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF t
ForSherij7. dr.: ICY:DD: .. J,

undersigned announces himself as a ;; Northeast corner Centre and Third ;
candidate for Sheriff of:Nassau County,and Gents' Furnishing Goods 1 I. Sts., I ; ,I:.

asks the support of-the Democratic voters of I&-NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA FLA.t
the county at the coming election. ,
Fernandina FId August 29, 1884. FALL OLOTHING7 ,

For Sheriff.I .
I announce myself a candidate for Sheriff -
Nassau f County,;sand ask for the votes of MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE 1
all!the Democrats.'
Callahan Fla., August! 26,1884.For TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. .
---!" Sheriff. FLORIDA, AND NEW YORK.

hereby resent uyself to the Democratsas J

iolicit a candidate their support.for Sheriff CHAS.and W.respectfully CONE. =:= SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS

for Collector of Revenue.The -BY- ,.
friends of }lr. WARREN F. SCOTT begto
}present his: name' for the consideration of
the Democratic voters of Nassau county for PAUL FUNKE.
re-election. )lr. Scott as is well known, .
Jm been good and faithful officer and if j
cudttV erve with the same fidelity to
the people that he;has lone heretofore. -r
.,. -
For Collector of Revenue. eal+3Fy .
Yielding to tIle urgent solicitations of the
Democratic voters of Precinct No.8,1 hereby SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS .' .
announce myself as a candidate for the sae .
office of Collector of Revenue of Nassau
County,and ask the suffrages of the Demo- ---THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-
cratic voters of the county.

king Ferry, Fla., Sept 17, 1884. STATE OF TEXAS, 1, $42 TONS..
For Tax Assessor. 1VL c:>:O E: :B':: S CARONDELET, 1,;08 TONS.

Believing that I have proven myself a 1,210 TONS.
faithful servant of the people of Nassau
county,and considering myself by reasonof CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT,
past experience, fully competent to perform ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
the difficult duties of this importantoffice
,and pledging; myself to a faithful discharge Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the
of the duties devolving upon me. of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
If elected, I hereby place myself before :you Northern and Eastern Markets: and taking advantage of cash pur- ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
as a candidate for Tax Assessor of Nassau sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
chases enables to offer entire stock at such low'
county, and solicit us our This
respectfully your suf- Line, ]having; no Transfers between Fcrnamliiia and New
-Notice.--- FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY' COMPETITION.We The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
i am a candidate for the office of Assessor PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
of Revenue,and connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
solicit the
of Conservative respectfully support ROAD' for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Democrats of the count have endeavored to select the JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
Evergreen Flc,frpt 2..$, 188o RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the

For Tax Assessor. Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found LAKE WEIR.
friends of )Ir. ,

Taxes for him: ,'for the position of Assessor For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
5. vassau count Mr. Thomp-
5! -CAass. basi"M8! man, and if elected and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,

Whl.IC t'edthe office that careful attention FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. -..
MANY DEMOCRATIC VOTERS. Pier 20 East River, New York. 51- .:
Fernandina, Fla..September 27, 188o .
For Superintendent -'IMIIIENSE' : : .BA..BGA..QSI-


Melding to the solicitations of
the friends office I announce myself a candidate many for to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of H. E. DOTTERER I
of #
ar Superintendent of Public In- c
oft thefinf fretfully ask the support
.tergreen Fla., Sept S4, 1884.

For The Superintendent f 3structton.of. Public In- -IN- I{ EESTE FAMILY GROCERIES t} .

hot 6a>u mends h of :Mr. Lewis W- Higgin-

election bJ erebhY 1 present his name for the +-

Public county to I the office Democratic of Superintendent voters of this of DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, ,

has served nstruction. Mr. Higginbotham EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF .
Proved a term of two years and has >
a ftithfaUnd- efficient officer. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,

S UPfrintendent of Public JnstrucHon. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.

PUblic tlndidan fhe Instrn dersigncd for the ffice announces of. Superintendent himself,as of a Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths.WE ONLY SUCHPURE GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

county elected by the r Demo for cratic Nassau voters countvIf of the AND OF GOOD QUALITY. !

late heor t he position! I promise to admin- HAVE JUST RECEIVED .
fairness lo i Office all faithfully, and with equal ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF .:, i if
sections of the county.

Eillg',1':err!!, Fl J. THlGGINBOTHAM.. 100 PIECElS: : :MATTINGSS: :: ;
1., Sept. 27, 1884.Ha -f I! FINE TEAS AND COFFEES -i

Wood, :
Wood. -m .. .
near Duryee 14g recently established a Wood-Yard WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.
machinery sawing splitting ,
F "

8a\\n.1 lam now to any prepared I IRE-WOOD to furnish Oak Wood 'c.. MODE BRO'S NEW GOODS JEteceived by Every Steamer. ,"
engths,for -
place,at ONE DOLLAR eIther stove or fire- .
'- \
J. A. ELLERMANN. 18-ly j FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA.
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6 JIMIAL DIRECTORY.. y-. < fc BAKER COUNTY.County :-. 1 Assesstorqf luxes-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. I 110:31 ES.
r n' 'Ii' t 'Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson.. Collecor, of llet'e'lLlI.e"r. F. Trantham :
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,, United States Officers.. : 'Clerk"'-J?: J. Pons, .Sanderson. Ocala. _. -. "' .,.' Clerk County W Judge W.-Jeter.M. J. Solomons. I Clerk County Judge-A.. H. Brown eli.
: ; -T. H. Pitman.
,. s : LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sfieriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools( M. L. 'Paine, + Sheriff R. F. Hosford. ,
I Assessor Taxes-A: Fort % Sherijl -Thomas N.Ellk.TreaS1trerDaniel
of J. W. Cobb, San- McCoy. / ,
it. A. Barnes .'
; Register- Gainesville 'derson. Treasurer -E. Roberts.'- D. Gillis.
r l # lleuiver-Jobn .F. Rollins, Gainesville. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Revente-Thos. P. Shnler. .Collector of Revenue-William

z ..i. 'Surveyor-General-Malachi Martin' Tallaiiassee. derson"Collector'of., Revenue-J.,, R. Herndon- San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West." Assessor of Taxes-Win. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton.' Tucker:
.\ .o .-' Clerk-Voter Knighc, Key. West., ,
Superintendent/ of Schools-DrT.IL. Superintendent of Schools
= ; Wlutnell
Schools .
of -Jas. D..Chalker = CurrrWASIIIXGTOX.
VA DISTRICT COTTKT.Judge Sheriff :George A. Demerritt, Key West: ,
Sanderson': Assessor o/'Taj '/alter C. ESCAMBIA. I f .
+ "' Maloney, Jr:, .
+ -Tl1 omas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. ; County''Judqe-N. C. Shackelford.} I County Judge" m. B. Jones.
.Marshal-J. II. Durkee; Jacksonville: County llge-i.. R. Richard, Providence Collector of'Jlevenue--)!awn 'S. Moreno, Clerk-F. );. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.

&i{ tfln Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. 'leTk-Henn F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. :- :' /'- Sheriff -W. Hi,Hutchinson., Sheriff E. P. Melvin.

.. ,, 4 : t t INTERNAL REVENGE.t Sheriff-W. W. ,Tumblin; Starke.' Superintendent 8./0018--J. Harris,Key Treasurer J. S. Leonard. "easurer-Thomas J. Miller.

Collector. -Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville., '. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright,,Lake West. : Collector of Revenue-ManuelJPalruiJs.Assessor Collector of Ret'ellue-John Roche.
$ COLLECTORS Butler; ; 4 NASSAU COUNTY. ; oj.'Taxes-Geor Reese.' Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.
'+ + : .' -. 9F-CU TOMS. ;. ;'' Collector. rl.CVenu.e-Bunberry Superintendent of Schools-N. 31. Scarritt. Superintendent Schools
: of of D.
t + John \, Howell, Ferriandina.; "" '" Haynes. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- II. 'Torn.CALIIOL'N. .
+l Santa Fe.Superintendent. -
dina. WALTON.
Edwin .
ifi Higgins, Jacksonville.
t :John; F. House, St. Augustine. .Starke. of Schools-L.. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.
; Sleriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

a BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Tares--;Win. II.. Garland. Fer- Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
1.. .. State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory; 'City nandina.. Treasurer-James Bowers. T'easllrcr-J. P. Richards.
Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott Fer- Collector of Rez'enve'v. B. McLeod. Collector
,. +,.i n ,, of RC't'elllte-JoeJ P. Atkins
; EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk--A.,A. Stewart, Titusville. .nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Cam >uell. Assessor of-Tuxes-John M. Bush.

7 Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point: Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-; Superintendent: of Schools-Jno..C. Douglasj Superintendent of Schools-W. G. COIwelr

,i ,, t 1 l Licutenant-Gwernor-Livingston W Bethel Assessor' of Taxes Wallace- R.-Moses, Geor- .botham. Callahan. '. ,
F 4i ,' :L Key.West. gi nna.OJ County TreasllreeGusta Stark, :Fenian-',
; 5;! .
; F' s Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector_of Revenue'-DJ WI.McQuaig,1\ ; Bre- j;dina. :: TaE: : CELEBRATEDVVOOTON
lahassee.: County. ORANGE COUNTY.

.;i R' .' ; Comptroller; D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of'Schools-M. E. English, : County Judge-J.l\[. Beggs, Orlando.
,r i, ,; Tre.asu.rer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee.; Titusville. ; Olerk-Tlws. J. Shine. Orlando. DESKS.

r Attorney-General-George 1*. llaney, Talla- CLAY COUNT Sheriff]=Thomas"W. Shine, Orlando.

hassee. County. Judge-J. T. Copeland. .Orange Assessor lofi Tkres. -Jaiiieb M. ,Owens. \ Fort
; : Commissioner of Lands-P. 'Y. White. Park., *" t 'Reid, Fla. SOLID COMFORT OFFICE APPLIANCES

':;'f Tallahassee.:; Clerk-J. T. Weston Green Cove Spring. : Collector'of'Revenue--A.'M. Hyer, Sanford
;' '''' Superintendent/ of Public Instruction= K. Sheriff-James' W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. ,
') Foster Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent Schools i t
; of -John T. necks,
'I.1'w. :" AdjutantGeneral. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. I Fort Reid. x ; ,: EVERYBODY* DELIGHTED

Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker.
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, ,F ,,, a. WITH
Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. 131 THEM.tfsm&.Q .
Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.,

Clerk-R. C. Long; Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally. -'- $& al\-IM ---

'r: Special -Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. sessor-A. J. Woods. mil"-

:, E Building, .f acksOli ville.SUPREME Clerk, -John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph Price. No. S Flat Top.
:, ; 'J Sheriff-J. W. Perry,: Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J."r. "hr use Desks of ordinary

1I COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland.M m -<"": ,-, construction when, for slight
1. Chief Justice.-E. )[. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. I' TAYLOR COUNTY. ti" V Ill' additional cost you can IJavef,1' -
's Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahassee. Sup rillJ.endcnt of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Count IL O#.;[ ::...t 'i "';; '-
!/Jlldgc.- Parker; Perry. the benefit
Lake City. Sheriff Green Weaver tl ik ii :=.. improvements -
: f'i '. A880CfttCJastice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun. ,Perry.Perry. c c..;.. "_ ;L'i'' ..:,.,..' ..., ;> : .. :': "'_1<'IolilW;;:;::# __': ? Awkward closets and
+ i Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Be/ools-T. j. Faulkner. ::':;'' ,gi'\\;; :" "::"'. side drawers done away with.
;, Clerk-C. II. Foster; Tallahassee. sonville. > rt rl I!
Perry.County: ;Iii"I'p" .l'rlrH l[ $ revolving cases,
'i'rf ... '''' I .. '
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. 1 I''" ; ; '''iI',: ''' . ;QI 1f'rl rt'I./; j;1' r !: I''Yesnbstitute swing with a slight
f; 'i I First Circuit Augustus |E. Maxwell, Pen Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. I.B I jl!rf:1 t1i f \
1w sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of RelJenu J. B. IIardee I, : I' : touch. of the hand and are-
i Perry. "= lk:!! I. I ::F'"IFr'O:=!:"'''' ''!';,IJ'i'iliIP'ffi'r:' !;;: !' ; s '" :
.t Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville. Assessor of Torres-R. L. Henderson.ST. E'<": :. 61@ : n-r! III.r;:,',"' 7.=;, ''I'II: : :1'; f'' ;o"j -gJ. .....,., thus enabled to furnish ouble-
''t; see. Collector of Revenue: -Moses J. Brown, : hi JQ : =_ the space generally given on
"' c JOHN'S COUNTY. .l ''t>!I; ',IW, ., ;..
Jacksonville. : ; 1+(:
' '. t ;s Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. __, __ --_ : each side and when
: '
I. __:... ; cases are
County M. R. =
Judge- St. "
Schools-Albert Cooper .
'.', Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of J. Russell Augus- ''' '' '" =_-- -
tine. __- n the whole interior
; ville. Jacksonville. ----=L !;:!" open h:
= "-'
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; ,E Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON: COUNTY. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. -= flooded with light and all

'' it vine.i J. Stewart Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. :Augustine !i o. }.1 Low Down Roll Top. poitions readily readied without
County Judge-Henry
i ; l Sirth: Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine.Assessor of Taxes A. I). Rogero, St. change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, :and applied to-
; : Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cock Sanford
:: Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.
t Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.
''i 1
Court Calendar Collector of Rt1C'lW'V. H. H. McLeod. ,
1 Superintendent of Schools-C. F.
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. &JE THE "WOOTOlsr
S -
{' of Schools-J. W. Reed,
Fall Term-
'i Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. : ---' Cabinet Office Secretary
nER. ANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, ro.c"
Walton 4th Monday in October. 4
Clerk-Thomas F
'",T;;'. Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday\ County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff-J. S. Dyches Ivey, Leesburg., Leesburg.
in Octob r.Washington. .
Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.
2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C.'Law Brooksville. Collector of Ret'enue-Jo eph Hutchinson ,' 7la Mi. The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented
Sheriff-J. B. Mickler .Brooksville. ,
in O tober. a,
;1 ; Sumterville. rl! =j' ti to the business public. One hundred and
rt J fl Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Jaxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks-
k October. ville. Superintendent of. Schools-A. H.. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

'." ,, Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F. M.Hedich, Brooks- stbri, Sumterville. i ;;,f; rl. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -

This amended section 2 of act of February ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials -

;"( ': 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Superintendent Dade. of Scltools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live i ] and Professional Men generally.
.+X14.. ; Spring Term. Oak.ClerkRobert

"- .C Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.

F' ,;i Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G. W.Umsted,Welborn. Wootou Cabinet Oflicc Secretary. ADDRESS :
r April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,

:1 ,r f I Mlidison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
: ,' ,, Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. o. C. Jones ,
'' ; I Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa. Live Oak.
I in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY. ,

1 -,:n'';r : jir ji-'; r in Columbia April. 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James: H. Chandler, Enter- -

r Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday SEWING MACHINES.
Clerk-John W. Dickins,
1' i'' County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Enterprise.
""' b, 1 in April. SheriT. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. ,, .
I Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges Glen r ."} ?
Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello.
a.. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Cove. E
I Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor ',. ,, ."
; YRUM/i
I October. .-
Collector )
t' Monticello.\ of Re'l'C'llUe-P. N. Bryan, Glen
t .
t? Madison, 2d Monday in October. Cove. ,;''. ., ,
County Trea.mrer'V. M. Girardcau, Mon- ; : \ :; ': :'" '-
1 :
Lt Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, .
1 Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday\ Enterprise. ,
Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- :
in October.
., ; Columbia 3d after 4th
October. Monday Monday Assessor of. Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wan County Judge--W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

:; Gth after 4th keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood, Crawfordville.
Lafayette, Tuesday Monday
0' Clerk-Nat. R. Walker Crawfordville. NE1
+ t' : in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY.County THE FLORIDA GOZ&Qkfl
-< $3I I. FOURTII CIRCUIT Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent' of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
r Term Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Crawfordville:
I !'! : St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March.\ Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville.County Treasurer-\\ W. Walker, craw- rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.

a Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Se/tOols-J.C.RamseyNew ,
- < Collector of .Rezenue-TI. C.
McMillan Craw-
Bradford 1st in
Tuesday April. Feruamlina
* J l li Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. I
Troy. Assessor of Tares-II. II. Walker, Craw
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April.
fordville. Towns R. R. Line
on ,
c : Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, :
; "' Fall, Term.4j Old Town. SANTA ROSA. S J

St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge John Chain. And Cedar Key.

;t .: Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. It. Shepard. ,. ,, I I
i LEON Treasurer--Robert Robinson. ''
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. >
1' ,
1 : Baker: 2d Tuesday in October. County Jtidge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rn'C1we-\.T. Williams. rir
;: : Nassau 3d in October. A. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens .
, ? Tuesday Sheriff Moseley, Tallahassee. S [Offers to Lessees. and Purchasers: a large
i + ?; ; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A._ ryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David.Tinner.' '

. I Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel .. number of the most eligible and desirable I
FIFTII CIRCUIT.. roue. -..,., 1 ....'.- _
, : Spring Term- Tallahassee.: Count'// .Julge-J. A. Fortner. ., '
t't: .4, SUmter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. '?' .f"" Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for I

i tt ., ; ; Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Ret'C1We-C. C. Pearce. Talla Sheriff'V. )L Bo wen. .

; Putnam, 3d Tuesday: after 4th Monday in hassee: TrelSllrcr-P. F. Beville. ', ': "' City or Suburban. Residences, .
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Assessor of Taxes-- A. Croome:Tallahassee.
;! ; March. : Collector of RCL'C1tUe-J. D. Filles.. ** *

Vkt'i.k : Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday i in Assessor of Taxef-W. II.Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS.

i Hjrf :March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Selrools--P* R.-McCrary. .- "' I
w :; Alachua, 4th loull.1yafter4thonday i in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. ., { I
;a;,., :March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. pADE. ) Liberal Discounts oil Values allowed to I

Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appeal, Bronson. Cml1l1f'Judflc".AlIrn: E. IIeyser. """' "d I l b b'C

1 + t'i w Sumter, 1st Monday: in October. Collector of. Ret'enuc-t B.: Barco,., Cedar Clerk-P. \\ Faulkner. parties engaged in'man fit turing of indus- j

?:. ,, Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. SlIeriff-'Ym. M. Mattaur. j
Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of-Schools-J. B. cnden-- Treasurer. Wm. Ewan. rial enterprises, who will erect on the property 'I r' dim

: 1 : Levy: 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of ReL'entte-'Ym. H. Benest. i

Y :: Albchua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday i in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-\\m. H. Benest. purchased ,substantial improvements j
1 ': November. .* f ,
,' ,; : SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R.. )f. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. for residence,;or in which to conduct their ;

r .: : Spring Term- son.' County Judge-George F. Baltzell. ,I
: .:.' : Orange 4th Monday in Sheriff S. A. Parrimore Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business. ;
) ; s Clerk-John M..Beggs:Madison . FE OT R1IGULJtl
., ;J : : Yolusia 3d'Monday in February. :. ; Sheriff Andrew Sentt.TreasurerJames '
] f .' Brevard, 1st Monday: in March. 11 Superintendent of Schools-Sariiuel J. Perry, E. I lea in. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS x rIM EV"'tR'l pr.

;:.: : ; Dade 3d Monday in April. Madison. Collector Itn'enlte.-Jnbn ll..An cr-on. tCER.: .
''i .* 4 : fall Term-. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith,.Madison. Assessor of Taxes-\V. B. Wynn. .''. ;. : by exemption for a term of years from 3 OUT or
t ';' : Orange, 2d Monday in August; Collector, of Ret'entteD.. Wads worth, Superintendentt'&lwols-San1neJ JErwin. .< U ?. *: ;.'. .' i j N 0 4 Ups --e)

i, (_ Volnsia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and : iiT 7IlIrH N !:jrIiiJ
R Brevard. 4th in ; Assessor of Taxes--" P. Thompson,,Mad FRANKLIN.Countg '
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': Monday September. II1G :
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f '. ison. Judge Robert G. Baker: towns. Apply to $
Rx :. : : : Dade, 2d Monday in November. > ,
S ,., ''... ,, I _. MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. : CHAS. W. LEWIS, i i iFernandina'j 30 UNION; SQUARE'fJEVYORK.} .

t I ;, County Officers.ALAcnnA. Clerk County-Robert Judge-S.Z.Griffith T. Crawford, Manatee., Manatee. Blerirr-S.Treasurer-A.R. Floyd.H. :Porter. ; .Office,.cor.:,Beach.&7th v't\\CACo 0bAIVGF A 11: \.AN14

:,: ; .. Sheriff A; S. Watson, Pine Level. (}QlIector'of RerenneGeo1tatt:, .n. ,.>,"...,.'....<.:..:"..'..1i...".:, -;-..:I ,;j>":; ....._.. ""';".. LL. MASS. GA.
?, ;' County Judge-Junius. C. Gardner. Gaines Assessor of Taxes""..F Parrish, Braden-' Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. .' '. .. ; M. FOR SALE: BY

ville. town. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. .' :" ..:_ : I

J/.crk-J. A. CarlisleGainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. ,.-. U"i i'T-"vjr>..&JCountg ",'. f ." ;i; ;!;.(:. .;' '. : : ','; Wood Wood.
.; Sheriff-S. C. Tucker; Arredondo. Popash. j ,,, ,'.l\\.,. .- f ;;' Having recently established a WoodYardnear
Judge J. R. Hams.Cler1Henry : ... P.f? .'.... I Duryee's mill with all the
of Taxes-S.: II. Wienges, Gaines Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, provided
' r nlle.a .;: Pine Level.. S. Ree'Yes.SllerW"Thomas ,' ... *,;: /;.: j{. !>.. necessary machinery for sawing andsplitting;:
; Collector of Rer'cnue-I1.C. Denton,.Gaines MARION COUNTY.r /- [ / Mitchell. f. J .", : I FIRE-WOOD ,
;' 11-calirer-\I. Smith *' -| cry;] t) ',
: ville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Rel'milc-H.3f.I rinn. ?. ; ]I['am 'now prepared to furnish Oak "Wood
upCri tC1.ule tt of Scliools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk Robert Bullock '' ... ... ...: fireplace
:. < 1 Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton.McPhaul. ".., .' t sawed to any lengths;for either stove or
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Gainesville. '; ':;:'Y'v .. : '
** SileritT-A. B. Crntchfield, Ocala:' Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. '_' ." i 'J at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .

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-' -.- -- THE, FLORIDA: MIRROR\ i i' OCTOBER 25 ''1'884.

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ELECTION. for oragainst a Convention, and did therein : 'FINE 1 ,
NOTICE OF provide and direct'' that the Secretary of : GOING NO TH. ST. MARK'S- BRA CIL

State should incorporate \\Hh the notice of Day Pn.:. At Pas.: ..
the General Election to be held in the A'M, P'M- TO ST. MARK'S.Leave .)

j.J yi and Singular the Sheriffs of the 1884, a notice 'Of' such recommendation year, r \ Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.35 7.50 Tallahassee..,.,.........,,..... ... 8.00am

f Florida : with properinstructions as to the mode of ILiiNERy"ol! : ,Leave Rosewood.....................8.07' 8.30 Arrive! Wakulla...,,.,..,..................; 9.05 a m

Staff <,> that I, JOHN L. CRAWFORD, compliance with such recommendation ; *........................................................... Leave Otter Creek..........."... ..." 8.38 9.12 Arrive St. )[ark'I!............'............... 9.30 a Dl
Oy];, .........'. Leave St. Mark's........... .
r. of the State of Flor- Now, THEREFORE, notice of such recom- Leave.Bronson. .........,. 9.15 10.00 .. ......10.00 a.nl
}L St.'trct<1ry of State. .1 :nil' fc inbular! t'\' mendation is hereby h'en.'and the follow- '-AT- Leave,Archer....................... 9.45 10.35 ArriveWaknlla! _..........................10.25 am
i, 1 i ll r..i uie; Counties- of the StateEJECTION ing instructions are hereby given as to the Leave Palmer.................,....10.01 '10.54 Arrive Tallahassee,.......................n.SO a m
' Si14riff: : of several mode of compliance with such 'recommen- Leave.Arredondo.....:.....::.....1015 11.11

Hof Florida that dation : :KING'SBAZAEHATS Leave Gainesville..:..............10.40 11.36

,.SI1GAL First, Any elector desiring to vote at such A". )1. CONNECTIONS.At .
'\ in Florida on election favor of such aConvention,shall Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.23 12.30 ,Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
}he Jle1J in Succeeding the first .Monday have written, or printed on the same ballot Leave Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 "all points North and East; with the Fernan

Till lar\"el1lbcr next, A. I). 18S4, the aid TuesdayIn on which the names of the person or BONNETS, RIBBONS, Leave Thurston.....................11.56 2.30P dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
0 : persons voted for for any office or offices'at M.: dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
being the! said election are written or printed, and on Leave Starke.........................12.30 2.47 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
fourth day of November, the same side thereof 'as such names are FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS Leave'Temple's ....................12.37 2.57 At Baldwin with Florida Transit fc Peninsular -

Governor and LieuteJant-G verno written or printed and'not on the other Leave Lawtey_.,...........,.,,....12.58 3.23 Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fernandina. -
.For a State of:Florida, and for four Electors side, the words FpR A CONVENTION A Full Line of Elegant Lace and Mall Fichus Leave Highland..................... l14; 3.45 Cedar Key, and all Gulf'Ports.

5} r&d i C !It and Vice-Presidenfof the United and any elector desiring voteagainst sucha ; Leave Maxville...............;.....1.34 4.15 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida

StJtc : Convention, shall have written or printedon CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS; ,Arrive Baldwin .........,........... 2.00 4.50 .&Western Railroad.
one Representative'of the I First Con- such ballot, on the side thereof above Leave Baldwin.......2.0.5 5.40 At Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch

J\"i"i0J1:11 For District, of Florida in the Forty- prescribed, the AGAINST A CON Leave Brandy Branch......,.... 2.25 '6.00 Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays'and Sat-
$:"nih lOJ1gre: ; $ of the United! States; VENTION." Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, Leave Dutton.....,..,.....,.,...,.... 2.40 6.15 urdays. .

one Representative of the Second Second, The votes cast on this question Arrive Callahan...,.,.,.,..,...,... 3.10 6.50 At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
Fir" rational District of Florida l in the F orty.ninth shall be canvassed, and declaration and All of the Latest Styles. Leave Callahan.,.,.....,......,.... 3.18 7.10 cola fc Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-

Congress of the United, States. 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 Louisville
the same day a General Election and by County Canvassing Boards,and FANS PARASOLS CORSETS 8,40 and all points West, Southwest,
And on will beheld the State Canvassing Board, in the same $s: *Day Passenger daily except Sunday; and Northwest and with all boats for' Apa-

manner and at tho same: time as votes cast Night.Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula.

In the, County 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

the, ]Firbt Senatorial District; I i required by law to he canvassed, declared all points West.Through .
froUl the County of Jackson for a Senator and returned. DIVISION. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths ;

In the! Third Senatorial District; The attention of the Sheriffs is called to __ ___ i ifrl (WALDO TO' WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
rota f+<-4M 1 I : !MM l"l I i IIIIII li+- and at new office southwest of
In die Counties of Calhoun and Franklin the law requiring them to cause a notice of GOING SOUTH. corner Bay ,
fora Senator from the Fifth Senatorial Dis- said election to be published hi a newspaper t SUMMER GAMES. Day Pas. Nt Pas. and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
i ij" A. O. MAcDONELL
trict; printed in theCounty.and there be no paper P.M. A.M. ,
IatheCounties' of Liberty and Waukullafora ; published in the County, they shall cause at -+-j"f! >I I"! I i I J I j-ti{ 1 I II I I II I II 11 I II I l-f-1-- Leave Waldo......................... 3.00 12.40 Gen Ticket and Pass.Agent, i

Senator from the Seventh Senatorial least five copies of this notice to be postedin Leave Dixie........................... 3.21 1.10 Fernandina, Fla.

Distr ict; the most public places in the County.IN Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 3.37 1.33 C. W. MAXWELL,
'In the County of Jefferson for a Senatorfrom TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have here- Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, Leave Lochloosa.................... 3.57 2.03 Master of Transportation '

the Ninth Senatorial District; unto set my hand and affixed theL. Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 Baldwin, Fla.
In the County of Hamilton for a Senator [ s.] Great Seal of the State of Florida, at )MARBLES KITES, ETC. Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.36 2.52 D. General E. MAXWELL,

from the Eleventh Senatorial District; Tallahassee, the Capital this, the Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 Superintendent.
In the County of Alaelma for a Senatorfrom twentieth day of August/ A. D. 1884. -ALSO- Leave Silver Spring....,......,.. 5.31 3.35 Fernandina Fla.

the Thirteenth Senatorial District ; JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Leave Ocala............................ 5.45 4.00 i
In the County of Bradford for a Senatorfrom Secretary:of State.J. Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.KING'S Leave Lake Weir Station......., 6.25 4.50 Savannah, Florida and Western

the Fifteenth Senatorial .District; A. ELLERMAKN, Sheriff Nassau'Connty. Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09 '
In the County of Putnam for a Senator Fernandina Fla..August 29,188440td.In Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 RAILWAY.

from the Seventeenth Senatorial District; BAZAR, Arrjve Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10
Iu the County of Marion for a Senator' the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial GOING NORTH. WAYCRCSS SHORT LINE.All .
Nineteenth Senatorial District Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.
from the ;
Circuit, Nassau County, A.)1. P.M. trains of this road are run by Central
In tIle Counties of Dade and Brevard for Leave Leesburg...................... 6.50 6.00 ((90th :Meridian time, which is 33 minutes

tSeaatorfrom the Twenty-first Senatorial Florida. FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER Leave Wildwood.... ........ ...... 7.22 7.00 slower than Jacksonville time.
District ; JANE M. MOORE, Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 I IOX
lii the C'iHmtvof Sumtcr for a Senatorfrom vs. }} DIVORCE. FOR SALE CHEAP Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 and after Sunday, July 13, 1884 Pas-

Twcllt-tllinI8enatorial District ; BERNIAH MOORE. JIT : Leave Ocala............M............. 8.30 8.42 Trains will leave and arrive as
In the County of Walton for a Senator APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVIT EDGINGS 4 AND SLABS, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 follows:

from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District; ; that Berniah' Moore, the defendant, 10 cents per load. Leave Anthony Place............ 9.15 9.28 :NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
In the Counties of Polk and Manatee for resides beyond the limits of the State of ROUGH LUMBER, Leave Sparr's.......... ............... 9.25 9.45
Senator: from the '1entT- e\"cnth Senatorial Florida, so that ordinary, process cannot be Leave Orange Lake?............... 9.40 10.08 Leave Jacksonville daily at.. 7:25; a m
District ; served upon him; now, therefore, it is or- From $5 to $16 per M ft., Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.02 10.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00: 'p m
In the County of Yolusia for a Senatorfrom 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

the T verity-i: 'nth Senatorial District; charged in complainant's bill of complaint, DRESSED LUMBER, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 Arrive Waycross daily at.. 9:45 a m
In the County of St. John's for a Senatorfrom filed in !above stated cause, on the first Monday $12 to $20 per M. feet. A. M. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m

the Thirty-first :Senatorial: District; in. Uctober, next. Orders Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at....... 3:25 p m
On the same day an election will be held JAMES M. BAKER Judge. by Telephone promptly attended to Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52: p m
JI2r"Day Passenger daily except Sunday
in the County of Madison for a Senatorfrom June 20th, 1884. 31-3m WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, Night daily. Arrive at Pensacola) daily at..11:45 a m
the Tenth Senatorial District, to fill Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Arrive at Mobile daily 4:10 a m

the vacancy occasioned by the resignation Office foot Centre Street. 8 Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 9:45 a m
In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
Frank \Y. who elected Senator
Pope, was
for the term of four years, at the General Circuit Nassau County, Fla. (FERNANDIXA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
ETC cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
Election: heltllon! the first Tuesday after the Lettie Millervs. GOING SOUTH. '
tits! Monday: oaf November! A. D. 1SS2; 1 Notice of Leave Fernandina........................ 7.30 a. m. cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas all trans-

In the r'mnty of Duval for a Senatorfrom John II. Boynton, doing busattachment.. EST.A.ELISIIED 187-5. Leave Hart's Road..................... 8.05 a. m. Mississippi points. Pos-sengers for Brunswick

the Eighteenth; Senatorial District, to iness under the name and Amount Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 9.10a.m. via B.take& W.this R.train It. at, 12.45 arriving p. m.at Brunswick

fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation style of John Boynton's sworn to$400 -- GOING NORTH. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars on this '

Senator for the term of four years, at the above named defendant, John II. DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.04p.m. and New Orleans. ,

Genera\:\(cV\on held on the first Tuesdayafter THE of the City of New York, doing Arrive Fernandina.......;:........... 6.40 p. tu.f .
the first Monday of November, A. D. business under! the name and style of 29* Trains daily except Sunday. FAST MAIL.

1S32; John Boynton's'Son, is hereby notified to SUNDAY Leave Jacksonville daily at_. 2:30 p m
In the County of Monroe for Senator
a enter his appearance in and to the above & 0.JPHARMACISTS EXCURSION.A..M. P. }I. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.12:00 p m

from the Tnvnty-fourth\ Senatorial Districtto entitled attachment suit commenced against ., Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p in

fill a vacancy occasioned by.the resignation him by Lettie'Miller, plaintitf, on or before Arrive Fernandina................10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m
of George; W. Allen, who was'elected the first Monday in January, 1885, and toplead Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Jesup daily 6:35 p m
:Senator for. the term of four years, at the or' demur to the declaration filed in =1 1 IT Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.25 I! Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
General election) held on the first Tuesdayafter said cause on or before the first Monday in Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
the tint Monday of November A.:D.1sS2 .
Arrive Washington,D.C.daily atll:00 m
February, 1885, or judgment by default will p
: be entered against CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30: a m
And in each of the respective Countiesof you. Cp.ntre'Street,
the State II. J. BAKER. Connecting at Savannah with Through
a Genera I Election for its con- FERNANDINA, FLA.,
for Plaintiff in above suit.J .
stitutional Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room
number of Members of the Gen- With New York and Fernandina Steam-
A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. FERXAXDIXAFLORIDA, Sleeping Cars Savannah to New York with-
Assembly: to-\vit Fernandina Fla. ship Line from New York on ,Tuesday, and ,
September G, 1884. out change.
Escambia County three ; for New York on Thursday.
SantaRosa: Comity two KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.
; In the Circuit Court Fourth; Judicial of FRESH and PURE FOR-
Walton County two, nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonuille! daily at........... 5:20 p m
Ilohlies County one ; \ Circuit, in and For the CALLAHAN. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:32 a m

"\\Vliington County one; 'County of Nassau Florida To and from Savannah and Charleston, I Arrive at Callahan daily at.?......... 6:15 p m

Franklin County one; Josiah H. Prescott ] and Chemicals I and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m

Calhoun County one; vs. 1 I notice of BALDWIN, FLA., Arrive at Brunswick daily at....... 6:15 a m

Jackson County three: John H. Boynton doing busAttachment! Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Leave Gainesville daily 5.40 p mLeave
Liberty .... ..
County one; daily at. : p m
iness under the name and j Amount and all points South, West, and Northwest
Waknila Comity one ; ." Leave New Branford daily at... 7:50 p m
of John f
style Boynton's Sworn to Proprietary and Fancy Goods, daily. I
Oadsden 9.15
Leave Live Oak at.
County three; Son. J $1,000. AT HAWTHORNE, daily p m
Leon County four Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:30 a m
; above named defendant, John II. FINE TOILET ARTICLES To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
Jefferson County four ; THE Arrive at Albany daily 2:25 a m
Madison County three of the City of New York, do- WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jesup daily at.11:05 p m
Taylor County one ; ing business under the name and style of With Stage Line .to and from Bropksville Arrive at Macon daily 7:00 a m
Hamilton County two ; John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to and Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:35 p m

Suwannee County two ; enter his appearance in and to the above en- AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:00 p m
Lafayette County one, titled attachment suit commenced against IN GREAT VARIETY: With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Nashville daily 1:25 a m

Columbia: County three ; him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:10 a m
Alaelma County four ; Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at_. 7:00 a m
Levy County two; January, 1885, and to plead or demur to the -Physicians' Prescriptions Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive Chicago daily 6:10 p m
Bradford declaration filed therein on or before the Arrive at St.Louis 6:20
County two : carefully compounded with Drugs, at every Saturday. daily pm
I first Monday in February, 1885, or judgmentwill pure ...... 6:15
Clay County one With Tan }>Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Savannah daily at.... a m
Baker County one; be entered against him by default. reasonable prices. for and from Key West, Monday and Arrive at Augusta daily at.12:20 p m

Nassau Countv two II. J.. BAKER, Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m
Ruval County four; Attorney for Plaintiff above suit. and Friday. Arrive at Washington daily at..10:25 a m

St. John's! County two; J. A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. RAILROADS. For information respecting routes rates, Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 pIll
Fernandina, Fla., September 6,18843mPATENTS Thomasville at...... 6:45
VoluMa County one ; etc. apply to General; Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at daily a m
Orange;:; County two; T IME CARD dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Albany daily at......... ..11:30 a m
Putnam County two ; OF THE sonville. Arrive at Montgomery daily at..... 7:57 a m

Marion County two; FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION C03IPMY. I Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:45 a in
Arrive Nashville 8:10 a ni
County two FLORAL CITY ROUTE. at daily
Heriiando Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m
County t vo'nnhborough MUNN & CO., of tho SCIENTIFIC In Effect July ,ISth 1884.
AMERICAN, continue Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
County two ; to net us Solicitors for Patents, Caveat Trada CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION.
folk County Marks Copyrights' for the United States Canada. Arrive at St. Louis daily at.... 7:50 a m
Manatee: County one England! Prance, Germany etc. Hand Book about TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE ,RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily 7:00 a m
one; Talents sent free. Thlrtypven years'experience.
Dade County one Patents obtained thnmeh MUNN & CO.arc noticed (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No.1. Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars on this
In the SCIENTIFIC AlIlERIC AX. the largest, best,and 1\0.3.
urevard o'ne (Central Ninetieth-Meridian Time.)
County ; most widely circulated scientific paper. *3.2Oa year. or Accom. Mail. Train to Cincinnati via Waycross.
Monroe Countv two. Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In- GOING Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
And formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific American SOUTH.Day Leave"Jacksonville...... 8.30a m 5.55 p m
in cad on the same day there will 1 be held sent free. Address MUNN &CO., SCIENTIFIC: Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 a m 8.03 p m Train to Chattanooga via Jesup. Gainesville
t AMERICAN Office.2C1 Broadway, New York. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
; 9untyof the State A.M. P.M.
general election Leave Baldwin............ 9.15am 7.45pin
for Constables, each County being al- Leave Fernandina.................10.05 4.38 to Savannah.
l 'Lake City..l0.43 a III 11.04pm
lowed and entitled to one Constable for MERCHANT TAILOR.R. Leave Hart's Road Junction:.10.35 5.12 LiveOak............11.35 a m 1.30 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom

every COllntV two hundred registered voters in the Arrive Callahan. 6.14 :Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45 a In Sleeping Cars on this Train to Cars Washington.Jackson-
; provided however, that no County"cf G. McQUITTY Leave Callahan.11.30 6.30 Monticello........ 1.40pm 5.30am Pullman Palace Sleeping -
,have .more than twelve Constables; Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05P. Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.26pm 8.14am ville to Savannah.A been at
I least t eaCh County shall be entitled to at Has removed his business to the rooms over )1. Leave Tallahassee...... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m Restaurant has opened Way-
time will be allowed
flu tuber two C "stables, regardless of the the New York Bakery, on Centre street. Leave Brandy Branch..J12.12: 7.22 -" Quincy......-......4.35pin 10.30 am cross, and abundant trains.
of Arrive Baldwin 7.45 for meals by all passenger
voters. He has received an assortment of seasonable Arrive Chatta. River. 5.45 m 12.23 a m
nJEEEvs.! the Legislature of the State of goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto Leave Baldwin.. 8.30 p Connects at Jesup with E. T., Va. & Ga.

rl a of A.,D. 1881, did determine by a make them up to suit all tastes in the Leave Maxville. 1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No. for Brunswick.
Vote 01 a majority of all the members clectedneceac best style. Leave Highland..................... 1.22 9.27 ,. 1.4. Connecting at Savannah with steamers for

1 of the Houses thereof, that it isCon $S- Repairing neatly done. Leave Lawtey......................... 1.37 9.47 Accom. 1.30 Mail.LeaveChatt'chee New York, Philadelphia, Boston and :Balti- I

T- to cause a revision of the entire Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884. Leave Temple's...................... 1.55 10.16 River.10.30 a m pIn more.
i sutution; of said State, and did enter Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25 Quincy............11.52am, 3.15pm Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor

J such''determination upon their respective W. K. ISAUKXIGHT Leave Thurston...................._ 2.32 10.44 Arrive Tallahassee..12.55 pm 4.50 p m New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.'
Leave Tallahassee ...... 1.05 5.20 p m Tickets sold to all points by'Railand
drn S' Vth the yeas and thereon, Arrive Waldo........ ... 2.52 11.16 Through
3 refer the nays AGEXT, A.)1. Monticello?....... 1.40pm .6.30pm Steamship connections, and Baggage I
then t1 be chosen same to the legislature WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave .. 3.00 1.00 Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths

t Le n'ittT slneIt C said State: ;then and,next whereas chosen, the, AND STOCK DEALER Leave Gainesville................. 3.45 2.10 ." LiveOak...._...... 5.02pm 12.10am and sections secured at Company's office in
.... 6.04 2.30 a m and at Depot -
\ BUTCHER Lake City....... pm Astor's Building, 84 Bay: street
by a' .Ie Legislature of A. D. 1883 did, AXDDealer Leave Arredondo.................. 4.03 2.36
...... 5.38 board People'sLine
iJ"3'0"' of the members elected to Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.16 2.45 Arrive Baldwin.... 7.39 pm am Ticket Office. and on
eachl louse thereof, to in Ice Leave Archer.....:. 4.30 3.17 Leave Baldwin............ 7.43pm: 6.20am Steamers II. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE ,.
revot11S';i agree Proposed ....... 8.25 ..36 am
Arrive Jacksonville p and JENNIE LAXE.
of !amt, wltt'TC, the said LegIslatureon1 TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Leave Bronson.. 5.00 4.00 TAYLOR :
<: did, l by resolution duly passed, re- Leave Otter Creek.-;.. 5.37 4.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains and 4 will JAS. h
or tho elld tq the electors of the next election BRooM I Leave Rosewood._ 6.10 5.30 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent. i ''".

men\ters: of the Legislature to vote 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA. Arrive Cedar Key..:............... '6.40 6.10 will run Mondays. A. M. IVES, Agent. :
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{ 1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR : OCTOBER 25, 1884. : L. '

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Cloth- '; .
Mrs. Grundy's Diatribe. Range Thermometer Ladies' and Children's second-hand '1: '-a ;-- r '
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,, Alas! how little we know what is beforeus FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY,OCTOBER 2484, ing, in saleable condition, taken on commis; .7 ,-I": 1 :!, ,\ ::1: .:'. ._. ,"f.".

' pI i, -; Here we.were laboring pro bono publico, nORSKY'.S DRUG,STORE.' sion at Mrs. Slaughter's. : ::::-f cTwo;)';':'. ". ....-.. .
*. A : fi.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS :: : : :' I
with an eye single to the glory of Florida $50 ,Reward. i'-. .
: 1 -::-- is f
,I, and of Fernandina in particular, and now I I I Wind
'' Reflections. e a a For proof to convict the person or persons
--- we are threatened with annihilation. a I t :: co !. who laid a rail of iron ,across the track at
Services will be held in all the churches head "held the 7-mile post on the morning' September -
"punched pernonally
Saturday,Oct.....:.18 80 82 I 82 I 81 S.E. 22, 1884, near Fernandina.D. .
L Millionsof
tomorrows l sible," and various other horrible punish- Sunday ..._........19 80 83 82 811 S.E. BEASLEY, S. M.
s 1 : F. W. Simmons has returned from ments, (Four. hundred and ninetysevenyears Monday _...........20 79 81 I SO N.E.Tuesday..21 .

,: Clifton Springs, N. J. and six months from this time the Wednesday.22 78 78 81 80 I 79 80 791 S.E.N.E. Splendid Stock of Fine Clothing acres of Farming, Orange,

"..Major W. B. C. Duryde returned from the public" will know what a philanthropistwe Thursday ..........23 78 80 80 N.E. Just received at 'J.-& T. KYDD'S.$25O Timber and Grazing Lands

t That's consolation _..... .... 781 N.E.
North on Friday evening last. were. some ) Friday .. ..24 76 79 79 Reward.The situated in 29 counties
The was around our and
reporter skipping
4, !, 4 : Major Geo. R. Fairbanks returned from citizens of Fernandina will pay a comprising the lands
r 4s" little town, picking up here a crumb of MARINE.Port reward of two hundred and ,fifty dollars for bought
Bewanee, Tennessee, on Thursday last. news, there a tit-bit., and then again finding the arrest, with evidence to convict of the by Sir Edward J. Reed, from
C. H. Huot has gone to Philadelphia and something that wasn't quite so nice, when of Fernandina.HIGH fiend who perpetrated the heinous outrage, the State of Florida
f New York to purchase his winter stock. bang! comes a brick-somebody thinks we WATER. on the night of August 9th, 1884, upon the in 1881
Saturday, Oct. 25...... 0:00: A.M. 0:04 p. M. person of an aged resident.G. are now offered at gradedprices.
:The Carondelet brought one hundred and are trespassing, and takes this means of Sunday, 26:..... 0:26" 0:54: h W. SCHUYLER. J. P.,
twenty passengers from New York this smashing our "Mirror"-this same "Mirror"' Monday, 27..1:19 1:47 For the Citizens. These lands were se-

week.The. that we are humbly trying to hold up before Tuesday, 28...... 2:16: 2:42 Fernandina, Fla., August 14, 1884. lected by Hon. Hugh A.
Wednesday, 29...... 3:15': 3:41": Cor-
.( smiling face and rotund figure of ex- the public gaze that we may see ourselvesas Thursday, 30...... 4:15 ". 4:39 Valuable Orange Lands for Sale ley, late Commissioner of the

; Mayor Haley is again on our streets. Mr. others see us. Don't throw bricks,gentlemen Friday, 31...... 5:14 ;t 5:38: Tracts containing twenty acres each of State Land Office '
Haley returned on the Carondelet this week. ; we mean well; we are going to go right ENTERED. choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake Mr

'" Rev. H. S. Yerger and family returned along and tell you about yourselves. We From Brunswick-Str. Thos. Collyer, Den- suitable for orange' growing and truck farm- M. A. Williams, late agent for
are not going to "call names;;'- we are not nette-every day. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare sale of State lands
,' from Tennessee on Friday evening of last be From Savannah-Str. St. Nicholas, Usina- very conveniently situated for transpor- which f fact
to butdon'tyou
,4'v week, in good health. going offensively personal, October 12, 15 and 17. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on is a guaranty of their
..i throw any more bricks. We want -Btr. Everglade; Hazlitt- terms to suit purchasers. Titlesareunques-
.f '.,!,,,.< .. Mrs. C. W. Maxwell, and children, returned you to read what Mrs. Grundy says, and October !0. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in quality. The purchase knownas

o this week from Delaware, after a twomonths1 ponder well thereon. There must be some From New York-S.S. Carondelet Daniels- large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, the Reed Purchase
October 21 to R. W. Southwick. was only
':' absence. February 16. 1882, Fernandina Fla.
? wheat in such a lot of chaff-there may be. From Boston-S.S. Vidette, Fuller-Oct. 21, opened for sale this
There' will be centenary services in ,the more truth, than poetry in it ; and if you to. F. W. Hoyt & Co. No Special Day for BargainsAt year, and

',r; :Methodist church Sunday. Several ministers get tired of the truth, may be we'll drop into Sch. Anita, Jewett-Oct. 23. J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can get them the lands have not been culledor

r will be present to participate in them. poetry after a bit: then just look out! for CLEARED. every day. picked over. No part has
For Brunswick-Str. ,Thos. Collyer, })en-
,." i ....} Five hundred tons of old railroad iron Mr. Grundy makes the poetry-and he's nette-every day. been reserved in any manner,

; were shipped by the Florida Railway & Navigation bad, he is For Savannah-Str. St.: Nicholas, Usina- -GO TOPRESCOTTS- and the whole is for sale.
;/t t ,, : Company to Philadelphia this October 11, 14 and 16. open
,. L, L, ,,' : +.,; week.: Mrs. Grundy Says: ". -Str. Everglade, Hazlitt- Special, prices on large tracts.
October 23.
: That there is market for since
no cane
'.:. 1- : r,::' Mr.. Chas. H. Whitner and wife returned the "merry-go-round" started opposition ; For New York-S.S.' Carondelet, DanielsOct. Timber lands, virgin forests
: from Wainesboro last where 23. bodies of and
Georgia, night, acres
t 50,000
That the small boy and his "nickel" part For Boston-S.S. Vidette, Fnller-Oct. 22. up-
.J.'. *. : Mrs.' Whitner has been spending some quite numerously there; For Philadelphia-Sch. Isaac Carleton, Dris- wards. Lands sold for cash,
: t ,,. months. That of sedate citizens co-Oct. 17, with 500 tons old rail-
,". J 1 i some our more road iron. by Fla. R'y & Nav.Co. or on long time.The .
:! : >t i' Six hundred thousand feet lumber were seem to enjoy swinging 'round the circle." For New York-Sch. Silas C. Evans, Endi-

',;': n ,, 1'''1' shipped by Mr. C. H. Huot, last week to I That we have not seen. one swinging cott-with lumber, by L. A. Davis. Florida Land and Mortgage Co,
:'; t : the North, by the schooners F. M. McQear around in ESTABLISHED HOUSE
\ a ; a lamp-post a long while; IN PORT. (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
t ;X.L 8 That this speaks well for the sobriety of Sch. R. F. Hart, Humphrey.
Sch. Lizzie M. Patrick, Meyer. -FORSHOES.-
.: ,. i The registration books closed last night. our citizens : Sch. Ella M. Howes,Purington.

"I',. IV' 'j'.i1.S ThO. canvass has been pretty thorough by That Mode Bro.'s new clock will be a Bark Hjemmet, (Norw.) Ingem nden. .; ::. ;.-": '.

'' .' .p.... both parties and undoubtedly a very heavy "daisy;" Schooner Anita, Jewett. : ,: x'
{ ) That it will have lots .. .... .
{ of tick .
., ., j. 'vote. will be polled. ; Notice. : : ': .v.r; :

% .:"i It"' :1 Mr. McGiffin has received the contract That the "tick" will all be in the clock, Music Lessons can be had on any kind of .....'

: :; .\I''j..., : for the two-story brick building to be erected not in the store; Orchestral Instruments. For particulars,
..ii'' t t : .'. on the corner of Sixth and Ash Streets for That we trust" won't hold us per- call on W. J. LOHMAN,
.: "i Music Teacher
for this
J sonally responsible" pun-it's too
!4 ,Ii+ : .,: 'I Mr; Jacob Klarer. 48 Corner Ash and Sixth streets.
I. ancient. .
) ': '!t :Mr. H. G. Kuckuck, editor of the Georgia .
o 1 That it is strange the police do not see the"critters" .Novelties
,., r FaifrUicn Journal, of Savannah was in the .
that run our streets nights. In Shawls] Nubias and Jerseys, . .
\ l'; city this week. Mr. Kuckuck by invitation : ." ., "' .
PAUL FDNKE'S.Lost. ; '
AT : '
That the colored band should learn :
:;1 t addressed the German-American Citizens' an- ." '" _"..:,.. ...;.:rh. .r...,__. .' r.' ,
,{ ,i" Club. other tune-the one they have been playingthe '.::.: '. >,:. ; ,
\ .'i
is getting monotonous.That .
:: The Carondelet on Thursday took out the year On Sunday last, between Old Town ceme- ,
if they lack for variety, they makeit tery and Old Town and back to Mr. Raw-
,:;;k %; 1 ;' following freight: 386 bales cotton, 320 cases
I up in energy; on's stable, a German silver-bound ivory
.:: Xi.:: a cedar, 116 bbls. rosin, 29 bbls. spirits, 130 That their tenor drummer got badly mixedup two-foot rule. The finder will be rewardedby
: boxes oranges and lemons, 67 sacks cedar returning it to R. M. HENDERSON. WE OFFER TO THE TRADE
: ; with horse
a Wednesday evening;
sawdust, 42 cans shrimp, 58 packages mer- AND AT RETAIL:
..1.1r .: :
That the equine had his horse-sense out- Overcoats and Winter Clothing:
:;,J t. chandise.: raged and bolted-Biibee. At cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.

'j' ::1 V;,+.* The steam tug Crescent City, of Doboy That Mr. Bisbee's march between those CORN, OATS, HAY, BRAN,
I Call and See the Great BargainsIn
'r' j 'or ;:, called at this port Monday last with an excursion walls of colored fire was simply grand ;

: i';;. '.. : party consisting of her owner, John That nothing has been seen like it in two Blankets, at J. & T. KYDD'S. FLOUR GRITS AND MEAL

,,. It. :.f.; n. Brown, and some friends. The party ismating years; Clam, Chowder ,
i, "'::Hl"_ .:. the tour of the sea islands and the That there is one Walls( ) that may toppleover This evening, at

S '.':i ;h'.,;. Georgia I coast. Frank Avery was in com- on him ; tf J. FRED LOHMAN'S.A Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster.A .

V'I"!( E". nand.. of the boat. That if it does, the family of the afflicted Great Reduction

v I." :'The following United States Supervisors will continue to reside in New York. In Dress and House-Furnishing Goods,

f section have been for this AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
of appointed stock of CHOICE FAMILY
,1, I.u:, Lou' ty by Judge Settle : G. F. Avery, R. E. Miss L. G. Watson ... ;, GROCERIES always on hand.

a .; I'- Robinson, W. H. LeCain, Simon Litsey, Si- WARNING TO REGISTRATION OFFICERS IN THE Has opened a Select School for young girls Get our prices before buying.
CAi meon Crandall, R. E. Blair, C. T. Redmon, SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. and children, in the house on Centre street,

c '" 5! J. O'Donald, Republicans; Phieas Johnson, The following named colored men, we corner Miss of Watson Seventh.will Terms commence liberal a! class in '.. FRED W. HOYT & CO.

t' Its G. 'V. Bryce, Jas. O'Neill, Augustus Hazle- are informed are residents of North Carolinaand Decorative Painting Embroidery, etc., on ;
I j! ''* ', ton; Democrats. have been in the State of Florida for Monday October 6th, 1884. SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,
References .Rev. 0. P. Thrckara Mr. S.
1 ", Mr. Peebles of Pittsburgh, the architect less than one They are quartered in : .
: v Swann, Mr. H. E. Dotterer, Judge C. V. ,
L -i ti j RJli of the new Dungeness Mansion, and Mr different' counties in this CongressionalDistrict Hillyer, Major F. A. McWhorter. 45 .

; -' ?t, '" '" Patterson, of Boston, the contractor, passed : .

Ir i "\i f- through our city this week. They are confident Juliu.s Babbett, Henry Ayrcock, Henry Bargains in Dress Goods

that the magnificent building, which Wilson, Pierce Durham, Milton Durham, At'J.. & T. KYDD'S. :,. ,"

J already; forms such an interesting feature in Stanley Watson, Madison Watsom, Garick I Blankets and Comforts .'" .'., .

r'J r at ;' ourjlandscape! will be completed before the Massenburg, Sherman Wilson, Abram Below cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S. ",,:i,; ;.. : .
'r' t Robert Asa I ":...r. : : '';::a; A:* "_...:;, ..,
i: New Year, when, without dispute, :Mr. Carnegie Taylor, Carrington, Hardy, ." '

ti S..r ;. the fortunate owner, will possess one Newton Wilder,, Alexander Grady, T. B. -TIIE- <. '

t, ,1E! of the finest residences, environed b)" the Watson, William Davis, Isaac Davis. Florida Photographic View CO.HAVE .

most! charming scenery to be found south of Registration officers are requested to take

S :t Washington. notice. OPENED A'PHOTOGRAPII

,rt y4+,: By recent advices from Liverpool, England 'By order of Congressional Committee.C. GALLERY -

s : ;,i t we perceive that the eminent and H. JONES,

1" ,.,,u, ? N long established firm of James Smith &; Co., Secretary.A Opposite the Post-Office, Florida Boston and Baltimore.DIRECT .

+ '.. 5 lumber merchants, have taken into partnership Political Straw.A where they propose to do first-class work, ,
Charles T. the secured the services of'MR. ,
t; N Mr. Tyrer. During northern gentleman who has for some having CHAS.
section and DeWAAL, well known as a superior Artistin
past year Mr. Tyrer paid our FROM
time been a resident in Florida, writes from Portratit Photography.
j Pensacola a visit, and expressed himself the State of New York under date 7th inst.as Patronage.respectfully solicited. I I 1
+ ; much pleased with our city, and the excellent -
: follows PHOTOGRAPHYalso
; 'q quality of our celebrated yellow pine. "Pardon my writing to you at this time, promptly attended to. -

j4 On his 'return he backed his opinion by my excuse being to find out what the political 47 MARSHALL & DOBBINS.

', favoring some of our well known lumber feeling in :your part of the country is.
Politicians here are watching with intense FOR RENT_
merchants with extensive orders. Mr. Ty-
i interest the result of the State elec- LINE.
i. rer's sound judgment and excellent business tions. The Republicans are feeling good DWELLING AND STORE, BOSTON & FERNANDINA STEAMSHIP

habits, combined with very agreeable, over Ohio's return. The papers do not give LARGE extensive yard-room and gardens
manners, mede a favorable impression on the latest news-they givn what they claim attached, on Alachua street; suitable for a STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE LINE WILL LEAVE SOUTHSIDE LONG WHARF-
t : as a majority. In this section the Demo- large family or boarding-house. Possessioncan for Fernandina, EVERY WEDNESDAY, and same day from Fer,
: of citizens and while at
our pleased
many crats are few. The Republicans are feelingsore be given about August l&t. nandina,,for Boston.Baltimore.
2t i : the, honorable position to which he has about the St. John. movement-that

been elected by a firm of such long standing every vote for St. Johu is half a vote for For terms, etc., apply to

: they feel that Messrs. Smith &; Son Cleveland. The Republicans are getting G. STARK. & Fernandina Line.
desperate. A Democrat told me that he Fernandina, May 2, 1884. Steamship
: have also, acquired a valuable aid in their
knew of two men he was positive had received "-
t t, :, business. money to _vote for Blaine., To-day BIOGRAPHIES. Jus t The Steamer JESSIE II. FREEMAN, of this Line, will leave Baltimore Octo-
is a big day here for the Republicans. This STANDARD j ber 10th, direct for Fernandina, and will make round trips every ten days. This Steamer
1 : Legal Ballots. afternoon Col. Ed. James of New York, andP. BLAINE.AND LOGAN. Rea d y. will leave Fernandina on Wednesday, the 15th inst.and every succeeding tenth day after
f f ; The election law provides that each G. Pettibone of Ogdensburg, spoke, and 217 Royal octavo pages;; 67 lull-page Illustrations. that date.
person offering to vote shall deliver his bol- Stephen A. Douglas of Chicago, spoke to- .
night to an audience of about 300 nearly TILDEN, CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS.
a I lot;to one of the inspectors in the presenceof two-thirds of whom were women and children 774 Poyal octavo pages.; 35 full-page Illustrations.; The advantages.which these lines offer to those doing business' with Boston and Balti-
} of the board, which ballot shall be a white the other third were voters from three more cannot be questioned, and more especially will the Fruit and Vegetable Growers of
e F paper ticket containing the names of the different election districts. I doubt if there Best Terms ever Offered to Agents. the State be benefited, offering as they do direct transportation to these ports, with quicK
for whom were more than 150 real voters present. JK5-Outfit FREE, and ALL-FREIGHT PAID. despatch, careful handling, and prompt adjustment of claims.
the elector intends
person persons H. S. GOODSPEED & CO.,
t' Bills of Lading issued and through rates between Boston Baltimore and all
given ,
to vote, and designating the office or 48 NEW YORK or CHICAGO. .
i offices for which the person or persons so Tile. Side-Show. Election. points in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
I' named are intended to chosen.. No ballot At the side-show election for county officers Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. For further information, apply to

:s s or 'other material than plain white paper, all those will be permitted to vote who PAPER-60 CTS. PER DOZEN. SEAVERNS & CO., FRED W. HOYT & CO.,

r t blank on the side opposite that on which cast their vote for General 'E. A. Perry and .LINEN sent upon receipt. of 2-cent 93 South.Market Street, Boston. Second Street, Fernandina.
y a the name or names are printed or written, stamp. Address
t 3 shall be received by she inspectors at any the county ticket. Voting for the Demo- FLORIDA MIRROR J. D. SMALL & CO., E. J. TRIAYE,

:.; polling place." cratic electoral ticket will not be requisite. 26 Fernandina, Fla. 46 Baltimore < ..Agent F. R. & N.: Co.- Jacksonville.

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