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Creation Date: November 1, 1884
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as VOL. VI. ;: PERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY: -, NOVEMBER 1. 1884. NO., 49.



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rids ELECTION LAWS: dent and of John A. Logan as Vice President BLA1N&S' ..4Na,..,$"" ," OF SHIRT. imports and the vast passenger business THE PLAIN FIGURES.The
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--- will insure bad government.. -" 'across the ocean, with hardly an exception
POLLS.must We have already referred, to Mr.131aiIle's following table presents, we believe,
and OI' n\G1 or :Mr. Blaine would not be purer as Presi- to the ships of other nations and,under for- a fair statement of the :'1 situation
political at
;At 8 a. m. and closed change, of shirt.since the ,state ,election in
be open and
ght Poll: dent than he was as Speaker memberof eign flags; a policy ,which still subjects us to the present moment:
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but the Beard can adjourn for West Virginia. His J later utterances do not ,
the House of Representatives.The internal revenue taxes, a tax imposed onlyas For Cleveland
"orn at su Sf-bour bet Seen\. 2 and 1 o'clock. harmonize with the liberal dose of taffy for certain-Alabama, 10; Ar-
J circular also states briefly and clearly a necessity of war, but still continued kansas. 7 Delaware
;81. one POLITICAL PARTIES ADMIT- the South in his letter of acceptance.In ; 3 ; Florida, 4 ; Geor-
Pa15ENTATON OF the rights of voters, and warns them againstany I though we have had for
profound 12
EE THE POLLING PLACE his letter he saidf peace gia, ; Kentucky, 13: Louisiana 8; :Maryland -
INSIDE Prejudices,, have
:iedse TED efforts that' may be made by the Republican I : : nearly twenty years; a policy which, at this 8 9 Missouri
tithe between the opening. of the yielded and are yielding,,while, a growing ; Mississippi, ; !, 16; North
At any party to infringe upon these moment, holds locked in the public Carolina 11 South
. the close of. the canvass of the voteand cordiality warms the Southern 'and the up ; Carolina, 9; Tennessee

,or- Tthe I Inspectors, they may be required, to rights. Northern heart alike._ *Can any one doubt treasury $450,000,000 in gold and silver, exacted 12; Texas, 13; Virginia, 12; West Virginia,
I Each Slate, under the provisions of the by tax from'tlie hard earnings of the 6. Total, 154.
the Lit inside the polling place one representative that between, the sections confidence nd
II d that has Federal constitution,determines for itself by people and withheld from the channels of For Blaine certain-Maine, 6 Massachusetts -
each political party esteem marked ;
of are to-day more than at
any
.Ir- I whom and in what manner its Presidential business where it is much needed and
a candidate or candidates forD period i in the sixty years preceding the election so 14 ; Minnesota, 7; Nebraska; New-
ominated,
for office or offices:to be voted for at electors shall be chosen.* of President Lincoln.\ !' constantly increasing in amount as the pe- Hampshire, 4 ; Pennsylvania, 30; Rhode I

let ands election said representatives to No supervisor of elections, marshal or Not a trace of the'bloody shirt",in that, cuniary suffering of the country increases. Island 4 ; Vermont.. Total, 74.

ucb} deputy marshal of the United States has It is certain now that we cannot thrive un- Debatable, but with a Democratic record
adherents of the respectiveolitjc.il but ardent for
gh by the an hope Southern, electoral
be named Provii power to interfere in the smallest degree der such a ruinous policy. It is driving the and strongest probabilities for Cleveland-.
parties present at the polls; votes. fc: -
vn : } with claiming a rjght to vote for -<- country to bankruptcy and ruin. It threatens Connecticut 6
in no case shall more than three any person In one of his receC rspe cht's at, Terre ; Indiana, 15 ; New Jersey. 9; >
lIy (; That ,electors of President and Vice President of with starvation vast numbers ,of people New York. 36. Total, 66.
: parties be permitted to be represented Haute, he said: The citizens of these two
political the United States. thrown out of employment. The country Doubtful, with chances about even-California "
nd inside of one poll, and their representative states (New York, and Indiana) fully comprehend -
shall in be The functions_ ,of these officials are limited demands a change, and there can be no 8 ; Illinois 22; Iowa., 13 ; Kansas, 9;
ed respectively no case what.it means to trust the national a
:to Congressional elections, and it is time I change for the worse. It demands a return Michigan, 13; Nevada, 3; Oregon, 3;' Wisconsin -
to interfere! by word or act withthe credit, the national ,finances, the national
asr permitted that they should understand that there are to the simplicity and honesty of the earlier 11. Total, 82.
in thG performance of their pensioning, the protective system, and the
inspectors well defined bounds to their powers in such days of the Republic. It demands thot ex- Doubtful, with chances probably favoring
- And PJ'oridelfitrtlter, That said representatives great interests which are in the control of
duty; elections even. travagant and unnecessary appropriationsby Blaine-Colorado. 3 ; Ohio, 23. Total, 26.
le. shall be residents and qualified the national government, to the old South, :
: All citizens who are entitled to vote in I Congress shall cease; that the public Necessary to elect-201 electoral votes.
of the Election District in which I with its bitterness, its' unreconciled temper,
ts. electors any State for delegates to the Legislature or treasure shall no longer be lavished on po- Although set down as h debatable," there :
is Hltuzteti.-Chapter 3021, its narrowness of'visi 1, its hostility to all
in such polling place General Assembly of such States are en- litical favorites. It demands a full exami- is absolutely but slight if any doubt that the ;
Laws of Florida, 1874. northern interests, its constant longing to
&dion 5. titled to vote,in the respective Congressional nation of the public records and 'a just accountability Democrats will carry Connecticut, Indiana, '
p. MUST BI PLAIN WHITE PAPER. revive an impossible past, its,absolute inca-
BALLOTS districts of such State for Representatives,in of those who have,embezzled New Jersey and New York, which, with the ''
h ,offering' to vote shall deliver pacity to measure the sweeping magnitudeof /
Each person
Congress.The and wasted the public funds. All this in 153 certain Democratic electoral votes of the
of the Inspectors in the our great future."
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his ballot to one I power of determining, upon the day my judgment can be accomplished by the Southern States, will give Cleveland 219 I

presence of the Board, which ballot shall be of any election, the persons ,who are entitledto Queer what change was. made in his sentiments election of Grover Cleveland. He has the votes or 18 more than a majority of the
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a }plain white paper ticket containing the cast their votes? in any election district, regarding, the South by West Virginia's honesty and the courage which are indis- Electoral College. But of the States classified i

+A.. name or names of the person or persons for or .election precinct, of any Congressional vote. penasbly necessary to the accomplishmentof as doubtful, with about even chances, 'j
elector intends to vote, and designating t
whom the district, is vested, primarily and exclusively, The fact is, that, Mr.-Elaine, : J i cares nothing without which the'return of bet- Cleveland has a fair prospect in Illinois, S

the office cr. offices for which the in the State judges of election of such about'the South, or,the? North either, exceptso ter times will be hopeless. Pardon my ear- Nevada and Wisconsin. These would add

person or persons so named are intended to ,election district or election precinct. far as they will contribute votes for him. nestness on the subject. I feel deeply, not 36 to his vote making the total 255 and

be chosen. No ballot or other material Every inhabitant of each election district, His change merely shows that he thinks his only for my own interests, but also for the leaving 146 votes for Blaine. ,;

than plain white paper, blank on the sideon or precinct in a State, who asserts a claim campaign is in 'a desperate state.-Boston interests of all in my employment and of all : California is more likely to remain'Demo- "

. which the name: or names are printed, to the ballot! ; has a right: to go, without Herald. -*, f around me, the absolute necessity for the cratic than to turn back to Republicanism,,
shall'be received by the Inspectors ,
and written, hindrance, upon the day of election, before change.We and Oregon will follow in her wake. So it

at any polling place.-Choptcr 3121,,' the judges of election of his election district,; THE POLITICAL NUT HELL ISSUES IN A must not be misled by the specious seems probable that Blaine may be left with

Section 6. : 'I or election precinct, and make claim to the our. arguments of wily politicians, who have no about a dozen States after till.-New York-
cn LLE GES. ti We commendHo ,readers the
privilege a vote. interest in the industrial' pursuits of the World.
In case of challenges, the law provides as :
j No supervisor of election, marshal or subjoined letter of Erastus Corning, country, and only seek to secure a prolong- t
If offering to vote shallbe Ttco Drowned.
follows: any person Young People
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deputy marshal of the United States, no of Albany who is one of the largest ation of their political power. In the hope
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challenged as not qualified by an inspector ,. A sad accident occurred at Jacksonvilleon 'i
State officer and no human being, be his that we shall not be again deceived by them,
of an election, erne of the inspectors shall manufacturers of hecountry, having Friday ,morning the 24th instant. Mr.
authority what it may, can lawfully prevent I am, very truly yours ,
declare to the person challenged the quali- his access to the judges of election for the over 3000 men in :his employ.It ERASTUS CORNING. Smith and Mr. Serrell Hosmer had arranged
elector. If such shall take Misses Alice and Annie sisters
of to
fications an person claim. George, '
purpose of making such .is a complet'e'answer to Mr.' Bis-
claim that he is qualified, and the challengebe ,It is for these judges of election to say A REVOLUTIONARY THREAT.A out for an early morning sail and a.

not withdrawn), one of the inspectorsshall whether they will accept the ballot from the bee's tariff talk,; and, all the other few hours' fishing on the river. They left

him the oath man who claims the right to deposit., talk'' of Mr. Blaine and his few weeks ago Mr. Blaine was in West
administer td following : protetion: the, club ,house boat yard at seven o'clock..
The proper and intended office of marshals Virginia spreading soft soap thickly over the
"Xou do soVjratuyi! swear that you are a cit '"' with a stiff breeze which into a
and deputy marshals of the United States at orators. : ,--, ,- ,., Southern people. ,He dreamed of winningthat very grew
izen of the United. States, (or you have declared Congressional elections was to protect the gale. Smith ,started out ,first with Alice,
ALBANY N. Y. Oct. 27 1884.
State by the aid of money and,breakingthe
your intention to become a citizen of voter on his way to the polls, to submit to sailing his own boat, while. :Hosmer employed --
the judges of election his claim to the Mr.James Maloney, President of the Sixth Ward solid strength of the Democratic column
the United States, according to the Act of an experienced boatman to accom-
elective franchise-to preserve fit order Club. Troy:
Congress on the subject of naturalization); while such claim was under considerationand DEAR SIR: I regret that I cannot avail my- West Virginia' disappointed him. Ohio pany him, with Annie, carrying a rowboat

that you have resided in this State for one to secure the arrest of those who were startled him. The certainty of losing New along in case of accident. Smith, who wasa
detected in attempting to deposit a fraudu- self of your invitation .to attend the meet- York and Indiana threw him into despair.He .
and in this six months next at the
year, county very daring youth, delighted wea-
lent vote in the ballot box under the care of ing of your club this evening, but I beg
recognized the fact that something must
this election that reside in inch of sail and
preceding : you ther, spread every gaily
of election.If .
the interest I
judges leave to assure you of the deep
this, the-Electtfm District of-county such'marshals or deputies having this be done and done quickly to keep his cause waved goodbye as his boat shot out into
feel in the success of the cause yon will meetto
and (if the person lives in incorporated limited authority, usurp the right to arrest a ; afloat until the day of election. the river like an arrow, with the gale increasing

town or city) thatyou live on-street in citizen who is proceeding peacefully to the promote. 'In my opinion, the prosperityof Money and Magnetism, Tariff and Taffy every moment. Hosmer and his
I; polls they make themselves, in fact, judgesof the country will be largely advanced by
-square or block in-town or city; election, and violently take into their the election of the Democratic national had failed. He resolved to fall back on the party had only been out a short while when ,

that you are twenty-one years of age; have own hands the determination of the issue of Bloody Shirt.In the colored boatman decided that it was unsafe .
ticket at the approaching election. :More
not already \'otcJ.!; at this election, and not such election. They are wrong doers whom Indiana last Monday he dragged forth to remain out in such a gale, and, when-
the citizens lawfully withstand and especially will it benefit the industrial inter-
disqualified to vote by thel'udgment'of any may the well-worn garment. He told the peopleof opposite the Fair Ground they ran in to the
resist when he is thus unlawfully interfered ests of the country, which have suffered and
court." If person challenged shall wharf to make a change into the rowboat.
any so with. are now suffering deeply from the blighting Fort Wayne, or the few who would

take this oath, his vote shall be received.- The interposing of gangs of ruffians, paid policy of the
Chapter SOS, Section 7. out of the public treasury, between ,the = cally in rebellion ; that the people of sixteen remembers to have looked out on the river,
You and I know well how great is, the suffering
The count of the ballots cast at the polls citizen and the ballot box upon the day of States of the Union are traitors who are which is two miles wide at this point. ,
any election, and especially upon the day ofa of those: engaged in manufacturing.
should login onj/ the of the Smith and Alice were a mile out, going like
closing polls Presidential election, is unquestionablythe Employers and employes, always equally seeking to obtain control of the Government ,

and "continue ithout adjournment until greatest outrage which can be perpe- 'affected, are alike the victims of mistaken through the aid of the Democratic party, to the wind. Smith held the sail-rope, while

completed.:' (Sep Chapter 1625, Section 21, trated upon a citizen of the United States.A Republican policy. The wages of labor subvert the Constitution and defy the laws. Alice, with the tiller-rope wound around

Laws of Florida 6 her white arms, sat jauntily in the stern.
August 1868)) "
everywhere depend upon the earnings of The intention is, said Mr. Blame with
JrLT 01' CANVASS PROCLAIMED AND CERTIFICATE TRICKY POLITICIAN.Mr. Smith turned, pulled off his coat and threwit
the business in which it is employed. We an absolutely solidified electoral vote from
GIVEN TO;PARTY REPRESENTATIVES. Elaine's name is not associated witha over Alice's shoulder. At this point An-
were told by the Republican' leaders four the South, added to the votes of the two
The
canvass being completed, the result single act of statesmanship.He i nie and Hosmer were occupied in makingthe
that the of the States I have named (New York and
country
prosperity
shall be years ago
publicly proclaimed ; and each rep- has always been a tricky politician, change to the small boat. When next
the of the I'Indiana TO SEIZE THE GOVERNMENTOF
resentative a political party admitted inside doing that which he thought might get hihivotes. depended upon success Republican ), they looked up Smith and his boat had disappeared -

the polling I place; according to the provisions ticket. Unfortunately for the countryit THE UNION. from view. Hosmer and Annie

of the rifjh Section of this Act, shall In the critical period of a disputed elec- was elected, and how sad has been the By what right does this branded corrup- returned to the city and gave the alarm.

have the right io demand and receive a tion in 1877, when the statesmen of both result. The promises made were a delusion tionist who is endeavoring to buy the elec- The miles river up and was down searched in vain.and On dragged Tuesday: for

statement of skid, result signed by the parties anxiously and patriotically worked and a snare. Fver since that election the tion or to defraud the people out of their following the bodies were recovered and on
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inspectors. Duplicatc certificaes of the re- together to find some way of settling the country: has been rapidly declining, manu- choice dare to say that the election of Wednesday after joint fur.eral services, the

sult shall be drawn up by the inspectors or dispute which would be agreed to by both facturers have been obliged to suspend business Grover 'Cleveland by the Southern States, remains cemeteries.were consigned to the grave in different -

clerk containing; in words written at full parties, Blaine'was a dodger and a deceiver for want of employment. Manufacturing New York and Indiana, by a clear majorityof -- -

length, the nanny can only be carried on now at a loss- the total electoral vote of the United
: of each person voted for He pretended to favor the electoral commission Inspectors of Election.At .
for each ollice the often ruinous. Prices have fallen too low States would be seizure of the !
number of votes cast for bill, urging one senator to work upon a government 'a meeting of the Board of County
each for to be remunerative. Thousands of laboringmen What does he mean ? Does he deny the
person such offices,which certificates another senator to vote for it, and at the held this the
following
day
Commissioners ,
shall 1 by one of their number be. without last moment made a quibbling speech and are thrown out of employment in almost right of these eighteen States, with a Inspectors of

delay delivered, securely scaled, to the clerk voted against it. every State in the Union. While taxation majority of electoral votes, to elect a Presi- gentlemen were appointed the
Election for Nassau: County, to serve at
ofthe Circuit Court and the other to the On the great questions: ofthe'currency, he has not been reduced, of which the dent? Is his insolent and revolutionary general election to be held November 4th,

Bounty the laboring man pays his full share, the wages declaration fore-shadowing of his intentionto
Judge of the county, and poll was in favor of a modified silver dollar 1884 in the several Election Districts, us
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list] and oath of inspectors and clerks shall worth about ninety-five cents. of labor' have sadly lessened. At this mo- resist the will of the people if expressedby : .

also he ment the country is struggling under greater the of votes cast by those designated :
transmitted, with the certificates of On the great questions of reconstruction, majority District: No. 1-James McGiffin, G. L.

the Clerk 1 of the Circuit Court, to be filed 'in he dodged and,quibbled. In 1875 he helpedto distress than has ever before existed: in our States? Baltzell J. W. Howell. '

life office.-C'/wjrfw' 3121, Section S. defeat. the force bill]], though in that he memory. Last week 235: failures of businessmen Is a candidate who slanders and maligns District No. Warren F. Scott, Stephen

deceived the: people working with ]him and and firms were announced and that is the people of sixteen of the States, of the Randall, .Adolphus Hunter.
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Isidore
..IRMXG TO DEMOCRATS.M .in 1875: he made an issue" by pitchinginto but little more than the average of each Union aid utters the lies which disgrace Swearingen District No., Tony 3-Allen.

JcfF Davis, and exciting the slumbering week for the last six months. Every fail- irresponsible campaign organs in regard ,to District.No. 4-\\-. D. Hardee, Joseph]!.

IEFINj") Tim RIGHTS' OF VOTERS AXD THE prejudices of the North. ure throws men out of employment and them, ,fit to be President of the United Acosta, Luke Richo. .

''WWERS ojf ELECTION OFFICIALS. In 1880, it is now discovered, he was widens the extending circle of pecuniary States ? District,No. 5-W. W. Farmer' J.N.
Rusaell.
of The the Vmted States," in which the issue booming him .eJf: by "timely appeals" in distress and ruin. This gross assault of Blaine on'the South Carleton District, Ralph No. 6-Wm. )[. Vinzant, D. II.Iligginbotham .

National Democratic Committe have the New York Tribune, written by a memberof And all this occurs when Heaven has proves that he abandons all hope of breaking : Henry Fisher.,

issued a circular addressed "To the People his household and indorsed by him in blessed the labors, of the husbandman with the Democratic column.' His revolutionary District No. 7-W. T. Russell, W. C..

involved in t 1 present'! campaign is sharply which the leaders opposed to him-Grant, abundant crops.. The generous earth yieldsas threat proves that he despairs of Davis District, Edward No. 8 Colson.-George"". lodges, Henry

defined as follows :_ Conkling; Cameron and Logan:-were denounced much more than is required to feed our New York and Indiana. But it would be Nettles, Simon Washington. .

There is only; one great issue involved in in the most opprobrious terms. fifty-five millions of people, and we export far wiser for him to retire from the contest'at District No. 9-J. H. Sauls, Raymond'

this campaign:.: His brief career as Secretary of'State was largely of our products to feed other coun- once than to attempt to subvert the will Cay, Ceo. C. Coleman. ,
I District No. 10-J. B. Little, A. IL Colson
The questionls,. whether this country shall marked by ignorance: bluster and a distinct tries less favored by Providence. With of the People if Grover Cleveland should J. II. Bradley.

be governed honestly and wisely or, cor- flavor of corruption. such abundant crops: and a balance of trade carry the election by a single electoral vote! District );0. 11.-N. A. Hicks, Aaron

ruptly. Not one act of statesmanship appears in largely in 'our favor, the ills we suffer can The white-feathered, bogus Knight who Forcacre, C. D. Elan. ,

The election of Grover President lIe has been unwise knelt to Mulliganand prayed to,Fisher is CHAS. W. LEWIS.
Cleveland as his whole career simply a only be charged upon the policyof Chairman Board of County Commissioners,

and of Thomas A. Hendricks as Vice tricky politician, a corrupt jobber in office, our rulers-a policy which has drivenour not thc man to threaten the people of the Nassau County.

President will assure good government. and a reckless liar under all circumstances. ships from the ocean ,and given all the United States with rebellion against the will Attest: J. A. EDWARDS. Clerk, ,

t The election of James G. Blaine as Presi-ii ii -New York World. : profits of ,carrying our large exports and of the majority.'ew York World. Fernandina, Oct. 6, 1884. : : : <>
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: .". Ha'begun] to}ing ini-tKeftJackgarden, I iiiusiforgive'jhe: for adding that >
you your One feels l little :
always a constraint his
: lflhItIay, 4 : : t- :T I hould havebeen'; paralyzed; our request is preposterous. It is,hot convenient I application was preposterous
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braid your:;tljickjbfown hair;. two maidservants always! went.about, for my .dau h rti pursue her musical with the stranger to whom one,' has very.good word to use, was

; your form in silk and'lace ; cf ring' those hours of studies ,except between seven and ten, to sold a, house or a horse. We know its tion, andlso one that my reflec_
call you dear"' and composition which hours heretofore,she will would be
fair. as continuethem. little imperfections, which 'the other familiar -
your hands and kiss list slippers. Yours to her.]
:: your face t uly, ABIGAIL BROWN.
I that far above For month gentleman does not till he has bought, 'If don't
a after my purchase of Late as i it-waVl clapped on my hat, you like our

u mother's love. Eden Lodge, Paradise Row, the house repaired to the house agent of whom I .it, and though there had been nothing added," continued Mr. Plumlin music'getting I

Some (I\y, in no way belied its name; but in the had purchased' .Eden Lodge, and pro- particularly'wrong,about Eden Lodge, himself together for his exit, -

.t i1"A! in far distant lands, fifth week theserpent raised its, head cured .from ,him. an advertisementboard I felt that as a residence (even independent the 'bus, "then go somewhere from

lips home are beyond baby hands the seas, among the flowers and hissed out: which I tuck up on a pole ..in' of its musical neighbor) it was Buy a house at the :other end of else.

., playingat your knees- "Sir, you are, mistaken about the front of the house! ; that very night,: not faultless. I took the bull by the town;' that's what'I told him. Good the

I loved your side they grow name of your, residence: this is Pur- '.' This :villa residence .to be sold, with horns, however, and at once'observed morning, si r.."-Cornhill! Magazine.

you, you may know. gatory Villa." immediate possessionno; reasonable "I hope,"you like' your house,, Mr. .
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feel Jove's heavy loss, as: usual sat down alone] to my beloved After that I walked about the Yes, he replied, quite naturally, ISLAND ROUTE.
other

; memory with the tears. which my desk was placed there home a little comforted. My wife perhaps too tender conscience.) I GEORGIA AND FLORIDA--

rt ;Within their shadows hours be I riot have afraid. issued forth a bang as if a cannon had assured me that ''the noise had ceased am not one in any case to cry over
Inland
J4: prayed.Some gone off, followed by three or four precisely at that'hour, but the echoesof spilt milk or to complain of a completed 'Steamboat Co.

; Your da,'. shrill explosions, such as are caused it seemed to be still ringing through bargain ; besides, being a

4 daughter's voice,'or smile, or eyes,' by, rockets. For the builder, you see, why of course I did
: j: ,My face will suddenly recall, moment I really the house ; I felt that I was on the not NO HEAT-NO! DUST

.. '''Tbenyou. will smile in/sweet surprise. thought they were rockets, and that brink of a nervous fever, and wrote expect perfection. There's a little -BUT- !
: And your soul unto mine will the sticks had damp in the front attic, (there was,)
call
to
1 penetrated brain A
7r employers to that
; In that dear, unforgotten my my say my returnto but I flatter myself I know how Delightful Sail Along the KC-
prayer which to
indeed

; "Which was scattered in all di- business must,, for the
we at evening used to'share. present be Sea
treat it I've turesque Islands.
rections. ; j just given it a coat of
uncertain.
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,I:: '1 .A flower, a song Some, a word day,, may be I My faithful wife, who ,had felt the home de die in diem< (until 7 o'clock stop ,) right.Paris "cement, and that'll soon be all 'J6@A PERFECT DAYLIGHT-- SERVICED

A link between us and shock in the nursery, rushed downstairs so as to miss nfl chance of one --
strong sweet any
I.
said
'i' ..2 :' ..Ah. then, dear child remember me, v and was by my side in an in- calling to bid for it'till that house was to. myself, "I'll back the THE STEAMER. ,

,.f 2 :IMy And love let3ourheartto is with mother beat. .stant.. As she entered the room the disposed_ of. .damp.., ,. but. did. not- -pursue- the- subject. "g
you everywhere me wnoie ot
I topic J den Lodge was
hIdeous a
I You cannonade was
resumed
next
cannot bet beyond lilY and The.very morning a card was
nraver.. delicate
still
one, I could not
: with such effect that the hearth sent in to me with :Mr.: Joseph conquer
Some day, brush fell down my curiosity to know how he had
: (stunned) in the Plumlin"on it. He
corner .
.At was thicksetman
longest it a
.
cannot be
.4t. .. long, exercised that musical little fiend
of the next -
4 t: I shall with glad impatience wait fire-place, and the top of of by no means'aristocratic '
appearance door that
,. i -Amid the glory and the song my ink bottle shut of itself] with a but I welcomed him as if he ; he had done it somehow I ,. -
JOyOU before the took for granted or he would ST. NIOHOLAS
golden click. never
gate,
vlVt had been
:. After. earth's one of the royal family. His
parting and have looked
Never to part.) .Never again.earth's pain :Merciful heavens !1" I cried, what manner was curt in the extreme, but I And how so cheerful. LEAVES FERXANDIXA EVERY MOX-
do
.;: _ is it?" thought he looked an honest and you like your neigh- Friday mornings.
man, "
,- A RIGHTEOUS "I bors, Mr. Plumlin ? Returning, leaves SAVANNAH. foot of
feared
: it
would the
RETRIBUTION. annoy you, be- city side of my character assured Oh well-not Lincoln street, every Sunday and Thursday
: : gan Clementina in trembling tones. me at the first glance that he was the I I pretty indeed, that mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time.
know
: : : I. "Annoy me! It has destroyed me!" sort of who meant business."I I much of them. Then, as if For
person
Regular and
:
) house Special Excursion
My like moved TicketsTO
that
of by
'4 the American I exclaimed. Not another line shall see this house is to sell '' he an afterthought, he added.
"
patriot immortalized in Martin: Chuz- I be able To be sure, there's that Brown he'sa -
to write
;
tonight.That is said. "I am builder arid Points
y fclewit is a know in Florida, Cuba, Mexico
,
,
What
now beyond the setting it? queer one. do think he's
you
:
:. when house is .
worth
a '
if
\ \ sun -that is to say, in the uttermost "'}.Iy dear Charles I I buying ; we been doing, or rather ,his people, for I apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull
am sorry to can come to terms I mean to buy and Bryan streets, Savannah

;j i !regions there ofTeStern 'Ianchester-but say it is the daughter of our neighbor, I Eden,: _Lodge ; now, what do you want it.believe" his wife was at the bottom of Brunswick passengers either way will be
time
c. was a when it was situated Mrs. Brown, who has just come home tor it T'I __ __ h transferred at St..Simons by Steamer Ruby.
at the opposite of "JNow," I to Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival -
extremity from thought "its
Cottonop- and is myself,
I school practising 'The mentioned the I will be
risk
had at
sum fixed consi
... olis from _of nee.
which I coming Plumlin
fled has
for had the benefitof
., be hereafter reasons to Battle of Prague. Jemima, whom we upon as a reasonable one, but, in truth o ; i'. ,V. BlMMU: S, Agent,
stated, with the feeling 'took with Eden Lodge know I would have that piano. I replied, however, Fernandina, F/a.
gladly taken half
: you the
that I:i: coud] with C. WILLIAMS
not put too great a dis.tance' she does it all a blush I strove in vain to conceal Gen. SntSavannah ,
says through the holi- rather than
not have the
L money
.
; i got Ga.
between
myself and it. :My The foolish that I could not possibly J. N.
I former days. girl never said a place off my hands. guess HARRIMAN, )[nllager.

: habitation was a semi-detached word about it, or I am sure would Too much he said what Brown had been doing.
his
r. ; villa jof( which I you shaking Well the fact is
was also the proud have I've a large
0. C.
: never bought the house. solid head- too much by a hundred STRATTON & CO.,
proprietor) in Paradise Row. family, most of them girls, so of
; My occupation But do you mean to say this is to pounds." course

lay in the town, but it had, on they are all for music ; they practiceon OF MACON, GEORGIA,
in truth go always, always! I exclaimed If I had been a Frenchman I should
4' but small charms for It the piano-one or the other of them
me.
'was there I despairingly. at it! have got up and kissed him on both MADE THE JIODE H ISO'S,
all HAVE
made
the wax from which It -mostly day long, as is only
like
I: derived was a magnificent pyrotechnic cheeks ; being an Englishman (with Fla., the authorize -
"
the major portion of income natural. Why shouldn't they ? Agents to contract for the sale of their
without
,' my display the fireworks. No half time devoted
t .' but my to the main "
,: ". ,busy! bee my honey-and I was a human being could stand it; no one chance) I concealed my joy, and shook Why indeed !I" I echoed. An BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .
very at that time-was made but fiend unholy joy began to fill me. I beganto
a could have
inflicted it. head
:: ,;; my almost as resolutely he
:: ; at home after office hours as think that all the and moral-
; still ini' "It on, Jemima had done. poets wishing to purchase will all information
I deed goes says, responded The house is cheap, I get -
by the but in ists have taught about the retribu-
pen, a different us as regards prices from them
"
very wife
"
):7 t:" my despondingly, for said, at the sum I have it.
put
fashion. My soul upon tion that awaits the wicked in Samples of different qualities and stylescan
.', ,: Vf f literature and was devoted to six weeks from seven to ten ; only on No doubt it isI; know that as this world even be seen at the office of
all the time might not be without foun
);J ... _. that_ I could Sundays she ] sacred '' MODE
t. : ."' "n..", +A___. r. ,- pays music. well as you-indeed a deal better, dation. BRO'S,
I L ; .Ol"UWUJ. Juessrs. !tale Urop, cot- I am not passionate but I he answered 26 Fernandina.
$ person, coolly. But a mandon't "
; ton cornerers Just he continued .
was so,
.
S given to composi am impatient and if at that contemptu-
_
moment 'with immediate
4 tion. Except for the interval consumed I could have at that his put notice board possession'on ously, yet this man, or his wife, for $5 ELECTRIC LIGHT1I1\ /
S got girl next; unless he has
.' : : in getting home, I might indeed L door I believe it; looks like a woman's hand, had the -
- ; 1 L' have been said notwithstanding hersex reasons for wanting to quit. Now, ON receipt.of $5 we ,,
; to have impudence to write to "- "'
,
.4 stepped .from L her age, and her piety, that I: look here, I am a man of action." me one" morn- willsendyouanElectric ::::::: .: =L, -

my high stool on to the back of Pegasus should have strangled her. The question [I am sorry to say he used an aspirate.] ing. I've got it somewhere, he ob- Lamp. Burglar === ::,. ;:== ;::::::
which took served Alarms =
: parenthetically about $1. Call Bells
- .me flights which lasted L bringing =
_
_
was not one to be aside I
for
or am always matters off
put
settling $1. Electric
Gas
from Light-
; ', seven o'clock to ten. forty letters out of his breast pocket
debated for an instant and I downat the reel. I will ,
ce sat split the difference er Telegraph Instruments -
: Let and "
t; me hasten selecting .aft
to one animated
that r an
say this expression and Medical Batteries .
once wrote to Brown (as wellas between us, and give you your -/ _- _ _
; : is metaphorical. As that money search : yes, hereii'He ;. : &c.
a man L infernal
would less
50. I'll
melody draw
: who is still connected (at all events permitme you a check for read the ]letter aloud in the "In regard to your new Electric Light.
letter
) a of courteous remonstrance. it if like this we think will be
.. you very moment. you exceedingly successful
S S .on one side) with business I should I I omnibus, with 'manyi; interpolations in
was oh something more than sneaking And he actually produced from, his securing its universal adoption.

: %e sorry to have it supposed that I I: i terms with him, and believed him breast,pocket and and interjections. contempt and Yery, truly yours, MINER: & REDFIELP
L a large check "
,':, ever wrote No it 1 1 ., '. greasy wrath. 737 P.rnn.Uv-iV. V. Y."
poetry. was to be the .n
I ,. only on whole a goodnatured fellow DOOK, ana tnrew "I witnessed the
it front with much
open, nue a ; DEAR J ; pleasure tests
: ,
lB.-rLCMLix
: It like her
: ; though if [ was
prose I
prose ( may be per-' l but I had a suspicion that he had door. impudence to begin 'dearing' me, just be- of your new Electric Light. I believe you
: imitted
:
i to say so) 'of a high order. I I: a termigant for a wife. Mrs. Brown My dear sir," 1 answered, with' cause' she wanted something, but she little will find no difficulty in bringing it into
',+ wrote stories for the. magazines and I l laced knew J. P."] "In thus addressing general use. Eastern Man. "Northwestern
too have myself
to
tightly.not effusion
there is
a temper, no need to be so Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM.
:$ to I am
r leading articles you relying relations
for our
a leading newspa- but still she must have a woman's precipitate ; a letter from your lawyer 'friendly neighbors, and upon by no means urging as "We take pleasure in stating that the tests

paper or two-what, in short, may be "heart beating somewhere, and surely to-morrow will be quite sufficient, but a legal right we made of your Electric Light proved perfectly

I : fairly called imaginative literature. ]I[ in i a Christian country-but I anticipate on the terms mention the [" Legal right, indeed, I should think not ; satisfactory. You will have a large
it you house i is I I and ready sale. Yours ,
- : had should like to her truly
k L ; a young wife and a growing fam- -if that can be called see trying legal rights
anticipation yours. with me upon a matter of that kind !1"'] RICHARDS & Co,
*, ; ily, and the addition I thus made to which is the very reverse of what By 'immediate possession' I under- In the eye of the law an Englishman's 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue, N.Y."

I :nay official income was very welcome, one has'ventured to expect. stand that I in ": house is his castle, and he can, if he pleases The above testimonials explain them
can come at
..: .. yet not more than the work itself. My letter follows once, tire royal salutes from its battlements night selves.WE
ran as : pursued Mr. Plumlin-" say in a and day. [\Vell, of course he Unfor- WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. .
With can.]
M :: iny quill in hand-I][ DEAR ME. BROWN In thus .
pen my : addressing ray- week ? tunately, my wife is so constituted that W. FOSTER & CO.,
could :never use a steel one, suchas. self to you I know am relying upon our I nodded noise-such as constant piano-playing.- 45-3m 21 Park Row. N. Y.
: sufficed in the relations as friendly neighbors. and by no assent ; I could hardly Now did
me for
these hear
city such
ever
V.fJ f C: means urging a legal right. In the of prevent myself from saying. Come you a
; .flights-my knees in their snug haven the law an Englishman's house is his castle eye this evening," which would,have been. thing as that ?" inquired Mr. Plumlin, CURTIS fc CO. ,

1) -under iny writing table, and a good I and he can, if he pleases, fire royal salutes i fatal indeed if he L laughingly wildly. "As if I had ESTATE
3 i astoek of ideas from his battlements night and day. Unfor- ; had heard that; REAL AGENTS,
F, in
my head to drawupon anything to do with his wife's constitution. .
:,r ". tunately, I am so constituted that noise ut piano the bargain would surely have ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA.
I; felt as happy as a king. It i is terly Well, to cut
: destroys my power to do literary work, been off at once. I felt that since he a long story

,:: a modest pleasure, known to few and in which (as you are aware) I am of necessity was coming to live in the house, himself short, the lady objected to 'noise ;' not Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated; ,Exchanges

: ; H.1 t *'. -coveted probably by none, but, believe ning.engaged Your little from daughter's seven to ten piano-playing every eve- I was about to take his money i very complimentary, said Mrs. P., to :Mill Sites effected., Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
:
; S :, me, there is none more satisfying, or: i is quite wonderful for her age-[this'was under false' pretense, for the' call our'girls piano playing noise ; butthat's acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000

'.. : ,;suirethe. ,very true: no full-grown demon, I should fellow poor by the way. It's her coolness acres, for sale.

.-------- When our little children had been: have thought. far less an imp of her years, was looking forward to "a that fetches me. Did ever N. B.-"St. .:Mary's having been selectedas
d1 to'bed. could have created such discord] but if you home. Still the city side of my you see the terminus of the Allan tic&Mississippi
put
such
wife ]letter
used to a ?
: ?
my come would kindly contrive that she should character reminded me that first Canal (under the survey made for' Govern-
: down and sit with me, occupying herself pursue it during the daytime instead of duty to my ; Never," I said, or hardly ever." ment by General Gillmore), charters for the

: ,, 1 with, needlework. It was understood between' the hours aforesaid, you: would lay was myself-and I performed L, I was obliged to put that in because I construction of which having been granted
it.
So
t :iS me under an eternal obligation having made inquiries about by the United States Government and the
that
.5 : (like a ghost) she was not t; Awaiting your kind consent, for which I Mr. Plumlin which convinced me of[ recognized, as far as it had gone, in Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large

t to speak unless she was spoken to, lest thank you beforehand. his solvency.. I went out that rlav Mrs. Brown's plaintive appeal the increase in the value of adjacent lands may

.-.1 she should interrupt the flow of com I am, yours truly, to look for. house verv' -of ,--" very epistle i had addressed to ,her. be confidently looked for." (See New York(
a and Sun
CHARLES new fortunately
JONES. ,27-3-83.)
;: 'position.. I could trust her for that, She had copied it out verbatim with-
.1
'1 was in such a state of anxiety and found one, this time, you be ,
: : -' :implicitly.' There are some good women excitement, the hideons cannonade sure, a detached residence." Within may out the least respect for the laws 'of Master's Sale.

k:1 who can never keep silence when all this week copy-right, but not, I. hope, without AND
: continuing time without one a we had shifted, bag and UNDER BY VIRTUE OF A
j : they work for two consecutive minutes bitter reflection that she
instant's cessation, that I wrote baggage to intense relief herself had rendered in the Circuit Courtof
- bulb must be' upon my ; every once turned deaf the Fourth Judicial Circuit Florida
S always making a toits of ,
some the ." ear : touching.
/ .,n :muttered observation about, their envelope, Bearer waits, and night, in the meantime was made eloquence. Nassau County, on the 4th day of September -

h '-i ; bade my messenger bring ,back the hideous by that dreadful child's piano. A. D. 1883, by W. B. Young, Esq., referee -
r S stitches:; Clementina was not of that answer. It came quickly enough but I should have thought could f" And what did you reply to her ?" in the suit of D. M. Hammond vs.
nothing
S .sort, which was fortunate for both of I I inquired,with irrepressible curiosity. Thos. J. Wharton, for foreclosure of mortgage -
'" US. put an end to my suspense only to have been worse than her tunes, but Reply to her?" I will, as Special Master named in
echoed
; substitute for it an agony of despair. the serpent of Paradise Row had'more Mr. Plum- said decree. offer for sale to the highest bid
.i'' There, might have been two opinions It lin.H Why, what would or der, before the
: was, as I guessed in a moment from terrible things in store-on alternate you any Conrt-Honsedoorin Fernan
r f (that is, my opinion and that of the all she other, fellow who was not a born idiot, dina, on the first Monday November: next,

IS .: ::' other people) as to whether my work handwriting of sloping 'like the nights played, her. scales. have replied to, her?, I wrote to her being the third day of said month, between
ears a donkey in state of the hours
& a obstinacy II legal of sale on said day, all the
may have been of a meritorious or the female Brown who addressed Six months afterward husband of course, since the letter estate, title, and interest which Thomas J.
'
on
me ,
- 1 1 valuable l kind; but such as it was, it as follows into omnibus getting purported to come from him, though I Wharton had on the 28th day of April A.
: an
required silence. If on my way home it did D. 1877, in and to lot No. nine in Block
perfect there was Knew not, and ((9)) ,
DEAR that.gave
SIR: My husband is from from the me a
home, town I found No.
b,' myself next Twenty-five ((25)), in the City of Fernan-
the least noise-a coal but better
j4 flying out from your application is one which I have no neighbor to Mr. Plumlin. He .i opportunity of speaking my i dinaNassau.: County, Florida.
- the firea| door banging in the attics- hesitation in answering in his name in the nized recog- mind. I told him that not only had Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.J. .
:: .all negative.' You are, as you very properly me at once, though in any case, .
with he
I was 9ver me; if a nightingaleli no legal claim-which indeed A. ELLERMANN,
- ..'' remark, urging no legal claim whatever, and I I I think I should have spoken to him. had the he Special Master.

it" t; sense to acknowledge, but that Fernandina Fla., Sept. 29! 188t. .45-td

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Steven. John Smith, JohnSimonson. Place ofRegistration.- Name of .; I .-JUST RECEIVED AT

AC ; were stricken 0TIlE if Silva Frank Parish Registering Officer. :E
r'Sio"Hist for Nassau: county Simpkins, Henry' Shockley, Isaac Q The
i- pe fee \with laKv, at the meeting of Scott. William FV: 'Small wood, George Uptown Clothing House
Smith Joseph WSye Smith Jordan
ill I1cC(} oancf.ounty* /,'ttttuissionersheldon Smith, Clerk's.office........... J. A.'Edwardy......... 1

I the Do a October 6th, ;i 884. South, Sandy wick, RW Swann;,Henry"WilliamSimmons Amelia.......;......... \V. F. Scott............. 2 CORNER OF .SIXTH .AND ASH STREETS,
Mondaj.[ 1. Steel John O'Neil's Residence... I idore S. O'NeillN..Priest. ..... 3
t- Precincto.! PeterSolomon.Thomas School,House No.12 ................. ,4: A LARGE STOCK
LewisArcher Svenkerud S V S FALL
n ta, TnlhnJ Austin, Moses Scott. Moses Smith, Hart's Rpad............ 'V.W. Farmer.......... .5ResidenceJ.Owens..JoHii GOODS,
\Co Alexander Armstrong, Henry -Owens............ G '
CONSISTING OF A
Sams
Adams, Joseph P JanuarSinith.. John). FULL LINE OF-
'erGeOrge Scott Kings Ferry...,.;.... T.4.Higginbotham 7
W
e !\ SqUlr a UbertiAlfredflea Antonio Smith,Darby Robert M Schuy Schnyler her,R George S Boulogne........1...... Goo.,W. Hodges...... MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
'1 lIt'nr Armenian. ), Stewart, Henry Callahan.....:........... Samuel Jones:........ CLOTHING,
$bert, Janus f Higginbotham's_..... I...W.Higginbotham..8
R 1* iaker, John Taylor, D FTaylor Tomlinson, 'John Brandy Branch....... Noah A. Hicks....... Gents' Furnishing Goods, Umbrellas, etc.,
Brookins, Glasgow Thomson, Albert
Dread
Benton Tyson Isaac Tucker Robert Which I 'VII.I. SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN
THE
,
vzSSSa} ; Jrown, A FIk' BOUNDARIES OF ELECTION DIS-.
CITY.
Give me a call before
purchasing elsewhere.
Don't
. Jarr, John Ta'lorIoses J Tomlinson, Lekmow TRICTS. forget the place:

Butler Bern',11111Taut, Robert E '. rows, Sam F Thomas Thompson, Richard, James D Thomas Tostevin,,Ben Nicholas District No. Includes all that portion of > THE UPTOWN CLOTHING HOUSE."a W. J. LOHMAN..

George W' Brown, Tone)' Tucker, W B Thomas, John ,Amelia Island laying north of township line -
Bailer
George I., Brown, Alfred number two, commencing at the Atlantic
na1LZCll, Twine, PaulThomas Thomas, Fletcher
Samuel JJcnton, Jack Columbus Ocean and running west on township) line WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
1 Sker Henry Blue, William jr number two. until the Transit Railroad is
Sowers Slue Peter Van Ness, J B reached, thence along the line of the railroadto .

Brown',Robert || Andrew Williams, Counsel Wright, Stephen the drawbridge over.Amelia<<, river. : sue

gown, Henry ttird. William C Williams. T J Walker, SamWashington District No.,2-To include that-portion of : ='i. .' .SnisafSSaSZ., _.
= >--
V R = % ifagai : gJ ;-:
,goer Bristol Warren, DocWilliams Geo W Amelia Island lying south of the southern I ftga pJ { -
BIalen'J j"1 11 .: Busby, C S M A Williams, Andrew boundary line of District No. 1. Af Pi;; ffisi-SifSSiEKSSfS 'II)
Walker, Abram Williams, Frank
,I' ,
Borer Walker Rufus Williams, Adam District No. 3-To 'commence at Amelia

Con\nun3orc, Warren Clark, Edward White IsancWilliams. Whitner, 0 H river, at the mouth .Clark's or O'NcuTs ''is':; j't"' ,-,,,,,,,,_ :: -v"'Iij.iI ..... .
; ,, _
Clauser John I IIfretl < .,,,, ',, 'I I""" ::: _
CollinSot1rt..AI George 11'ellsFrimusWalker creek ; thence up Clark's or O'Neill's creekto =a.""",""-;;;---": ";;:-;".: --j--;-,=-_': "'.1'' : :i. --c,-:..,-. -_,.---; __C;:: :-'=-" ': C_.f; ._ :s.T'EHi __-:=- __ ,
:! tJ
Conniff, Dennis the Transit Railroad thence --= =
C Henry Wood W F jrWilliams : : westerly bythe --' -
,LeI : tJribb, George railroad to Lofton creek thence down f i :t
J ; -- -
) .
('J:I.\, Williams. Tobey Thomas ; .. ... .
!I- "" -
11 Chad wick Steppe := -ifi' ; .
Nassau river to Amelia river thence down fD
1\iatl\ !
'
"" ; -
I Williams :
Clay. Thomas D Wilson, William ;; ;;
1'1. Chas: ,Collins, Alfred Wood Lofton creek to Nassau river; thence north j 7. : : :;
Richard Williams --- ---
Scipio '
Cl IJn'! ;;, Albert Allay; George II by Amelia river to place of beginning. ; :; ..:" -m- y ::. -'. F--
t I Sher Whaley John L AVilliams, Doc If"'''-.' omil'r.. -. : ; "o E .r. "" \, '::'_"_,,.f= .
Clink. Wi" .J'I Cook, Ilnrpor District No. To where the r- ? I' _' ; "
.
: Williams, Anc-il Wilkinson, Joseph. 4- commence .:..,. Ji// s\llP C :.J "" ;; :_' .;
Cox William'Cunningham .
: \'II ls." ; railroad Lofton creek thence '& -' :> / L \ ... W:. ", '
(. n'l'! I Robert Williams, Charles Williams Ned crosses ; up "-.-: ",,' .r -. ; ... .<;,
Cribl.SaimieOiurter. ) Washington, Stephen Wiley, Toney Lofton creek to McQueen's 'swamp; thenceup .,-: .-- ,ji.S -;::-__ =-"3'" ''''',
; p 1 Crews, Fred : ., :::; ;:--v- ";' '
Williain r "
: .
the ..J
Wideawake, Benj Williams, It J McQueen's swamp to Waterman Old .. ':.t '? .-4tt: .-':':
J S _
rniinp,James: 1V jCully: 1Vilhanls..Lanes Williams.. wii: Field ; thence following the public wagon -:;--"::' ''' Le .-! -- ;- \'\ ..;
4
f ,
'uurter\Vm:H jCheves' J MConner the f ::: -.;;' -
St.
( : Walker, Reuben road to Port Henry on Marys river to ;, _--rfr
HiriIlnmond ,
; Edward i CushingV Amelia river; thence up the Amelia river t ,
I
Young, Plato Young Robert F the mouth Clark's O'Neill's creek p"Zf '- :L r'- ...
to'
or
iri lice j r Douglass: Roderick ; :;- '
I "rllIlrew, ..Doh01H, R VI Young, July Yererlf: S thence by the line of Clark's or O'Neill'screek ;F-,-'tw., .:. ;: R 'x f c% 4 "

I I1awkin.1))I()\ ., WaHaee Dozier, 'r E 8 Precinct 9To. 2. to'the railroad 'T thence by the line of R ., ,It

Hlflmr, Chark. f Dawson, George D Anderson William Jacques, C.It railroad to place of beginning. I A iv -.. .

Dclmiey) lli-iirv, B Dorsey:; Columbus Cooper, WilliamEwbanks Taylor, James District No. 5-To commence where the Pw..r .r.
}Dorscy), George j jr De)!otto George James Williams, John railroad crosses Lofton creek where Mc -- fa'CUrNPUB.Co

Dukeliart., JI UvjrdKilwanls Dennctte, S L Hazeltine, Augustus Queen's swamp intersects: Lofton creek;

:, ]llilei'Ellis. Estcs, Chas W 1 lreciiict :Xo. 3. thence up McQueen's swamp to the ford of
'a -'- "
1 Mr. Higginbotham's place thence in a .NI -" nsnsrEaisSjjKji -'
"an' Edwards, LatinioreEllerson ; 'J.f
.John Eaton, John 1 S Rimer, Frederick, : !southwesterly; direction, following: the old .

Ellis: :D J' I dden, R E Precinct :No. 4. public road to Boggy swamp ; thence down t

Eppes: \\'in K' i Aiken, George Latin, Lewis Boggy swamp to Nassau river; thence down A. B. NOYES
,
of Lofton creek
Nassau river the
Frank Carl < Fuller, Thomas H Hardee, E G'hitehur.st, Philip to mouth ;
thence "up Lofton creek to the place of be-
Frank, Peter"VFo i Franklin, Thomas Harris, William Woodbinn, John A DEALER IN :
.. George Foreman, Aleck Lewis, Frank jr ginning. I ,
"arty 4 Edward District No. 6-To commence at Port Henry -
Frank Ferguson, FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
Foster, 7 Precinct No. 6. ,
Ferrill, Freeman i Frank, FrancisFairbanks on the St. Marys river; thence up the
R1' Floyd, Prince Blitch, Berry Holzendorf. Milton St. Marys river to the mouth of Little St.
Fletcher, r.nr/George {' Fitzpatrick, Thomas Hargrove James Hast, Jeremiah Marys river; thence up the Little St. larys Hay and Grain, Ship Stores, ,
river to the public road, known as the OldKing's
t Precinct No. 7.
Godfrey, D S f Green, William H road thence by the Kings road to FURNITURE STOVES PAINTS
; : ,
lambrill, M X f Giles, Durham Ashford. GeorgeAlderman Jenkins, Robert
the where it
crosses Boggy
point swamp ;
Gray W E j Green, StepneyCjrailt. Jacob Jackson Isaac thence down Boggy to the old ford CROCKERY HARDVAREVILLOWYAR .
swamp
,
R W II Benjamin William Jones William 2d
George IJ Godfrey, ,
thence following
near )Ir. Peter Green's place r.
f ;
Gardner Lewis J i Godfrey, W J Baptiste. William Jones, Benjamin F the public road in a northwesterly
(Grant, Charlie Grant, David Bacon, Ezra Knight John
direction to the ford McQueen's
on swamp ; Prices Low the Lowest.
Griffin, Sidney 1 Gunn, John T Butler, James Ken dree, Bennett thence down McQueen's to Waterman's as
swamp
Green, Jenkins i Grant, Israel BenjaminVin 2d Locke, William Old Field ; thence by the public roadto N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fernandina, Fla.MANUFACTURER .

Hubby George R I Hall, i1lisHarMn'g Baker, George Lofton, J II Port Henry, the place of beginning.
Baker. II C Lowther Zell
,William V. Henderson, George ,
District No. 7-To commence at the mouth "' -
Blocker, Berry B Mitchell, Willis
Holzendorf, Frank I Hayes, I S::'A) :R. ..A. J"S-rJ:
Clark, Wyley Mitchell, Lewis II of the Little St. :Marys river; thence up the ,
Hardee. T A Haley, C A Little St. river to the old road
Aleck Cuyler, P L Mitchell, George Marys King's 1Hrt
Haas,John Haves,
(one leading to Pinkney) thence by OF
John Caston, Isaac Mills, S M camp ;
Hughes, Henry Hall the old King's'road to Camp Pinkney, on
Chad wick. Charles Nobles, Douglas
Howard, Cyru'sHooper Harker, Allenlloltentlatf,1Aenrysrllenderson Peter Carter, John Norfeet, J R the St. Marys river; thence down the St. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND D t '
,
:Marys to the mouth of.LittleSt. Marys river,
Hunter Moses Hutcherson, James Crooms! Shepherd Pollard, George P o-
.
the place of beginning.
Hibbard, James Hill, George Cox Samuel Phillips, George DEALER IN' 0 oT7oc
Hamilton, William Hummings, R W C Cummings, Valentine Stewart, Randal District No. S- To commence at Camp Z C : C P

Hubbard, Richard: Harris. Z T Durden, Francis Swearingen, Alex Pinkney, on the St. Marys river; thence by 'l/ / ;

Holzendorf Henry,jr Harris, Dan Dreuwies, R C Swearingen, Jno L the old Kings road to the point where the PARL R rrI; E &DQ K ETOVL T A. "f 'Yp .
Moses jr Holzendorf, Henry Diaz, Mack Swearingen, R W Alachua trail leaves it ; thence followingthe ,
Harris, J LHeaden Hazleton, James Davis, C J Swearingen, Walter S Alachua trail to Batton's ; thence westerly .

Thomas Hart, Henry Evans, Thomas Sava William by the public road to Stokes' Ferry, on _
Howell, J W Hackley, D Elverson, William Small, Peter the St. :Marys river; thence down the St.
Marker, Henry Everett, Samuel Smith Lewis H :Marys river to the place of beginning. .,

Ivins, Isham Felder, James Swann, Walker District No. 9-To commence at the mouthof yz
Flowers, Thomas Thomas, Zachariah Boggy creek, on Nassau river ; following x D 't
Jenkins, Jake Jones, William A Gardner Gatlin Taylor, James Boggy creek to the ford of King's road l \> + t A
Jones, John Jenkins, James Green, Edward Tilman, Brit thence north by the King's road to Alachua + : .
Jones, Richard Jones, Morris Hackley, Mundy Tucker, George trail: thence by the Alachua trail to the .:

Joseph, David Jackson, Solomon Haddock, Geo 'V jr Taylor, Jesse range line No. 23 ; .thence following the :mss.s.
Johnson, Jake Jackson, John Hollins, Alfred Walker, John C range line south of the base line to the
Jennings, Richard Johnson, Rufus Harker Aaron Walker, Peter
jr
Jones boundary line of Duval county ; thence by I IMF Ih
WJ" Joseph, William jr Harker, JohnHawkins Webber, Alex the dividing line between Duval and Nas-

Johnson, Peter jr Johnson, George H Haven Wiggins, William sau counties to the mouth of Boggy creek,
j Johnson, Lewis Jones, Alonzo Holland, Thomas Whiteous, J W the place of beginning. '
,j Johnson, Edward Jackson, Henry Harris, M H Wilson, Julius A XPOSITION'
Jones, Prince Johnson, Hardy Horn, Thomas A Wiggins, Joseph District No. 10-To commence at Stokes'Ferry S
Johnson Edward; Jefferson, Joshua Jenkins, James Young, Henry on the St. Marys river ; thence by
Jones the road to Alachua trail thence by
Robert Jones, Lemon Jones public ;
Augustus the Alachua trail to range line No. 23 ; Jiew OxleDn -
Kane, Richard Kane, Richard 2d base Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns. r
Precinct No. 8. thence south by range line No. 23 to

King King! ,,Sam Joseph Keith, Hansel Hard e, R A King, George P line ; thence by base line to Crosbey's bay ; Opening December 1,1884: Closing May 31.1885.
Kaiser Klarer, Jacob thence by Deep creek : thence down Deep COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS,
Joseph UNDRK TIIK AfMMCKS OF THE-
Kennedy
Berry Precinct No. 9. creek to the mouth. \

King.Knabb.! William William Kane Kelley, ,Nathan Owen Barber. T H Moore, John X District No. 11 To consist of all that por- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, United States Government.
Booth W W :Mills, S M
south ofthe line
Kennedy, Henry tion of the county (:om menc-
Braddock, A J Nelson, John E ing at the mouth of Deep creek ; thence by -
Leggett, C H Lumpkins, Major Barnett, C H Ogilvie, David said creek to Crosbey's bay to the base line ; WROUGHT-IROX PIPES.
I.oJall1 Loomis, E S Lang, MorrisLizzamore. Carrol, William ,Pomeroy, S W thence by the baseline to the dividing line $1,300,000, !

Lewis jr Myers Copeland, William Robinson Henry between Nassau and Duval counties. Appropriated l by the General Government.
FW Long, WilliamLiggins. Copeland. C Swailes. James P DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY t
Lohman.: V J The voting precinct of No. 1 is establishedat
Levi Dawson James H Swailes R W $500,000 r
ijzzaniore; Anderson Lang, Lawrence Dozier J L W Wood, Daniel the court-house Fernandina.The AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. ,

Lewis! William Lizzamore Wm B Dozier, John Williamson, John precinct of District No. 2 is estab- TIN ( for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Contribute; l by the Cili/.ens New Orleans.t

UPS-, Ben Lucas, Alfred Hunt, W F Williamson, J H lished at Amelia settlement, formerly J. Wind Mills for pumping} water or running I
.
William II Le Boeuf, James Lee, W HMclntosh White, :M M D. Vaughan's place, situated in section 15, light machinery promptly erected on' order. $300,000,

Lofthouse,Samuel James ,H Walker, John township 2 north, range 28 east. Church. Factory and School Bells for sale Appropriated 1'f Mexico.

Mpseley, Thomas Morrison, Peter Precinct No. 10. District No. 3.-The precinct is establishedat at a bargain.
itchell. Thomas Muller, George School House No. 20. located on land Sf Stoves at Wholesale Prices.,, $100,000, I.
Madden J E Miller, Jonah Conner Willis W Obery, Henry deeded by Wi F Wood'to the Board of Pub- All goods delivered at the various trans- Appropriated l>v the Slide of J-oiiisiarw.
eddaugh! F w McCall, Aaron' Couch, ,Tony Prime, ASimmons lic, Instruction for school purposes, and located portation stations ,within the city' free''of !

highs, G T flan oc, J TMcDonald Murphy Edmond William A in section 37'township' 2 north, range charge. All sales for cash. ,$100.000,
1ICRa[
y,James Frank Obery, James 26 east. .,
) is establishedat CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Appropriated by the City of New Orleans.
Gustavo Mossman John Precinct No. 11. District No. 4-The precinct

Mason cCJel1and, XeilIason.:: Benjamin Adams, G R Pringle, Jackson School House No. 12, atConeville, locatedin Fernandina, Fla.. July'12,1884. From $5000 to $25,000, :
Warrei. Manigault, C C Blitch, J S Tanner, D H section 43, township 3 north, range.28 east. Inniuiicr.iUIe Slates, Cities
:
1:I irll1/ ,Jacob Roble Middleton, Glasgow Kelson, W K Tyler, W H District No. 5-The precinct is establishedat IVE1V, CHEAP AND Appropriated, and Foreign Countries. .
:McQueen :Mears.: Sam Myers Motes, H H School House No. 21, located on' land
mulle Conner Merrpw: ,J H P CHAS. W. LEWIS, deeded by S.A. Swann to the Board of Public E .ry State and Territory t n the Union represented
martin: r, Charles Morris, Randolph Chairman of the Board of County Com- Instruction for school purposes, locatedin NGINES, iEilS and nearly Countries allthe of Leading the World.Nations and s
William
Marshall Mitch, Ben missioners, Nassau County. lot2, section and townsnip. 2 north, range AND SECOND
r NEW
Moseley 1 Fran A,, McDonald, Rinaldo Attest: 26 east. The Biggest Exhibit the Biggest Building and the
)hddleton AUll1stus; McCall, Peter J. A.EDWARDS, Clerk. District No. '6-The precinct is established ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES Biggest Industrial Event in the f;

1 IcRor' Ii M Medden, Thomas Fernandina, Fla., October, 7, 1884. at the residence of John Owens CombUed Orange Box ad SU>(1e Machine I World's History.
Charles if Waters, James in section 7, township 3 north,range 26 east. Eagle GInA, Saw Hill, Planer. Rerawm &e I I I
RKCFITKl': : *
poleon FOK KSHlin1.KKnY! !
-?attlel> Louis Newman, Charles, A REGISTRATION NOTICE. District No: 7-The precinct is establishedat Ask for Catalogue and Prices before buying.HANDLE AFPI-ICATIONS covY.1CAWIY.s'sCEANlr.tl: ;':;';.An'l..VARIETY
Manuel Nix, EWoS School HouseNb' 7, in the town of King's &DUBANMAGH'Y GO :. OV'r.UIJH"I'K.XI'USITJII" THAN..nl Till": nl C I.u.u. ANY

8: James A Owens, Simon Ferry, on the St._Marys river. I, -
,J T REGISTRATION BOOKS of the is establishedat 65 67 69 ELM ST.; CINCINNATI, 0. I The cheapest rates of traye.'erer known m
No. The ,
THE Election Districts of Nassau District 8- precinct the annuls "or transportation secured for the
Ulrdy,i Charles E Payne, Hercules County will opened in each of said districts the turpentine still at John D.Jones', sit- Write for Catalogue: and ner.ticn this paper.) I people evrrywheruFor
T A uated i.i 3 north, 23 east. informa onaodrf'sIII!
I pa.nler.[ Proctor, D G on Saturday, October 11th, 1884, and township range E.A. BURKE, A
Doctor G Perry, Andrew will be opened on each Wednesday and Saturday District No. 9:-The precinct> is establishedat -FORMACHINER-: I Director General J. W. I. A C. C. E.,
Joe Person, Emanuel 24th .House''No. '5 located in the town LA..
Proctor, thereafter until Friday the day School l__ ,. N U' OK LEANS. .
Lilart, John David of said month, inclusive, from 9 clock: a. of Callahan on the Transit Railroad. 711It ;.-- .
Robert Richard and such other District No. 10 The is established -
1 jobmson jr m. to 2 o'clock p. m., on precinct : : ,
Dosen HCllmo;} ], Mitchel officers deem at Mr. L. W. Higginbothom's'situated -
I (
days as the registration may. _.__{;- COTTAGE ,
J;oflnson. ,; Nicholas Rawson: William) S necessary, between said dates for the pur- in section 22, township 4 north, range --- --- LUCY
I n. Lewis Robert, WalterReddick all qualified unregistered 24 east. hotel,
Bedding, Bell pose of registering : Seventh-St., near Egmont .
OF ALL4KINDS,
loder 1 l' Richard A electors in said districts: District No. 11=: The precinct is established I
& b1o The law requires that electors shall regis- at School House No. 28, located oh land I FERNANDINA. FLORID
:hu\'I'r, R 'V 1). Stewart Stephen ter in the district in whichthey; reside, and deeded by George W. Bryce to' the Board of Go to F. M.HAMUPACTUSSB.and'pBAlEB. Robinson,

Scot I George m Smith, R: F in no other. Public Instruction for school purposes, situ Offers pleasantroonis.\ell furnished, .vitb..
er, William E Savage, Samuel The names of the deputy registration;: offi ated in section 30. township 1 south, range or without board. Table Boarders will be .

IUuel, Henry Small Edward cers, the districts to which they are appointed .- 24 east. JOHN A. EDWARDS, accommodated, also transient.- ;:

nmmouds\\ \ Henry II.SmUIL'James"art _. the place of registration and the boundaries Clerk Circuit Court. JACKSONVILLE' :-. : ''FLORIDA. j : Miss LUCY TIIOMP30X: M
1V n Sims, Daniel of the districts are as follows : Fernandina, Fla., October 1, 1884 I ; .

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*>v THE FLORIDA :MJBUOR. Volusia, a candidate for CongressA THE SECOND r DISTRICT.It ; over that of four years ago is 66,OOO. macy based on the ignorance of its

will be seen'" by the tables of the The Democrats cast votes ,
and 39,000 supporters. They are
r young man, a planter orange rT unwilling t VI
.; : .'',,; GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. grower, ,energetic, industrious and 'election of 1882 that Mr.\ 'Bisbee. suc- more than they cast f Hancock, be the tail of a :Republican kite, t tho C d

ia- J.t'W S Subscription. 82 per year; six months, 81.' persevering;,identified,with his State ceeded in that year by a majority of while the Republicans, in spite of head of which is,composed of a few eiti

Office 1 corner Centre and First streets second floor.. in every'respect; he will devote himself less than 300. It was then asserted Blaine, Dudley and Corruption; cast officeholders and the whole body Of tic:

'' RATES OF' :ADVERTISING.Ten ,to the interests of Florida. He and.is'quite evident, from the comparison only 16,000 more:' than they cast for a compact mass of the least intelligent of
cents a line for the first, and fire'cents"for of the:vbie of 1880 and 1882 Tier \
, dt each subsequent Insertion. will assiduously work for our rivers : Garfield. In b' words, nearly and least informed of the com

'! ,Special local notices, 15 cents a line., and!, harbors, and 'he will not go be- that Mr.\ Bisbee owed his success to tyycKthirds of the new vote since 1880: munity. They realize that.any gov.
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r ., R4ding notices,25 cents a line fore the River and Harbor Committee a thorough canvass, and bringingout went Democratic, while a large part! eminent to be stable or worthy
Special rate for:time advertisements upon appli of t
%.: 4"' eat on' at the office. .. ,.. to rob Fernandina of all or: any the ''full vote of his party, and of the Republican,one-third was un-, being supported must be based upon ('

""" t t i '..' Communications t upon all matters. of local Interest part of her appropriation for the improvement the failure of the Democrats to come questionably,obtained by fraud and the intelligence and property of the j.

I olicited from all parts of the county and from of the bar to give it to to the polls. In,Marion\ county, for wholesale bribery in the large cities. community.SECOND. ,

r along.the lines of Florida railways. instance, Finley received in 1882 1
f some other location, when he thinksit 5. In West,Virginia the Democrats ,
communications intended for
A1} : publication
I.1 ', should be;. addressed to the Editor: all business will give him votes. If for no other ninety-two votes less than in 1880, have an absolute majority over the DISTRICT.
x letters to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. while Bisbee received hundred 188? 7882. ;
simply one Mnin
and and Greenbackers
: reason, the people of this county Republicans com- ,

9' ;!SAW f DA 1', NOVEMBER 1, 188. 4.TEE of the western counties, ought to op- and thirtynine'more: making a difference bined, nearly three times as large as 1. Alachua..:Finley.1532 Biibee.1688 Finley.1332 Bisbee.1913 Bue.R10.

I' in that county alone of two Hancock's of 1880. 2. Baker....... 241 134 240 134 106 511
'r pose the re-election of Mr. Bisbee for majority They 3. Bradford-. 934 263 8463 561
1 : DEMOCRATIC TICKET; hundred and thirty-one votesnearly 4. Brevard... 222 74 219 70 149
and district in
his of their interests swept Congressional
.., disregard every 5. Clay......... 364 194 345 200 145
v P t'i" FOR PRESIDENT: his confessed action in taking off in his whole majority. In St. Johns' the State, gaining one, now held by 6.7. Dade.Columbia......._ 1016 32 815 23 431 44 810 21 13 a

3Y'J ; of the Bisbee's vote fell,off only thirty-five a Republican.If 8. DuvaL.... 1538 2584 1244 2334 910()
.*. GLOVER CLEVELAND, the.last Congress 625,000 appropriation 9. Hamilton. 751 450 648 ,415 233
; while Finley's was eighty less. Had this'be the 10. Madison... 1055 1014 9s7 1494
: for Cumberland Sound. a"victory Republicans 4%
j OF :NEW YORK. ,
N ; .... .
11. :Marion. 1065 ,1535 973 1674 TM
is; I "' ,' :. ,Bisbee is no friend to Fernandina. the Jemocratic, >voters. turned' out. in are'welcome to it. *,* 12. Nassau. 616 859; 621 804 13;
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13. Orange. 1076 374 1111 480 631
: -. : ;I j. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: : 1882 as they did in 1880 Mr. Bisbee
14. Putnam.757
.., 'VoTE FOE DOUGHERTY 1 These figures show clearly that 841 788 806 18
15. St.John's606 354 526 319
,, ;1, ,THQMAS\ A. HENDRICKS, THE LEGISLATIVE TICKET.It I would have'been defeated by at least Blaine is much weaker than Gar- 16. Sumter..._ 713 312 401 207
17. Smvanee-1 796 514 78669 113
( :, *;I. OF INDIANA. will not be denied that Messrs.\ 1000 majority in avor of Finley. field;'that the popular tide is againsthim 18. Volusia 504 311 484 404 80

a., Mahoney and Hoyt can be of more We hope that there wilL be no in spite of all he does ;' that he Total......-13,105 -11,953 -12,823 -13,122 -
j li .#' ; i! FOR GOVERNOR:
I'' ..{ ; service to us. at Tallahassee than the such cause of complaint in this elec- is doomed to defeat; and that if the Democratic counties, 12; Republican, 6.

r..t ,''". \EDWARD: A. PERRY, men nominated on the Republican tion. It is important not. only that Democrats could gain 40,000 votes in
.
; I OF ESCAMBIA. Notice.At .
/11t ,'1' ','- i ticket! They are well known citizens the Democratic candidates shouldbe Garfield's Republican State over

/4 !, J! ,#'1 i I;' r'1 (FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: of our county, respected by elected, buf'that the strength of those cast for Hancock, they will Committee a meeting, held this of the day,County the following Executive inspectors -

.,'Hv,1-, ,, : MILTON H. MABRY, everybody, and will have influenceat the Democratic vote in the district gain at least 100,000 in DemocraticNew were appointed for the "side show"

r i!; OF SUMTER. Tallahassee in shaping any legislation should be shown. Every vote counts York, where nearly the whole election:
i
j i and Democrat should see that Precinct No. 1-To be supplied by Cleveland -
every well the Stal-
interested.
in which respectable as as
: I :;: FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: we are press, and Perry Club No.1.
:. CHARLES; DOUGHERTY It is the interest of Nassau countyto j ,his vote is cast in season. warts, Germans and Prohibitionists, Precinct :No. Augustus Hazleton, G.It

r 1 it Our i With a full ,:Democratic:: vote, we are in rebellion against corrupt .Swann.
t ''J. !. J OF VOLUSIA.FOR be well represented. Senator open Precinct No. 3-L. Dozier, Carl Thiede.
I ;1 r'' ; Mr. Baker, has gone astray into some: believe :Mr. Bisbee will be left far State-routers and Republicanism.New .- Precinct No. 4-J. J. Cone, J. W. Roper.
1 Precinct No.5-A. G. Russell, J.C.Snow-
; :H' : MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. of the southern counties, and we behind, but everone must help to York World. ball.Precinct
: No. 6-David Wilds,John Brad-
FRED W. HOYT I accomplish this result.
need an able and creditable repre- dock.

a I : 1' OF FERNANDINA. sentative in the Legislature.VOTE HONEST CANDIDATE'S HONEST Precinct No. 7-To-be supplied by Precinct
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TALK TO TIlE PEOPLE. Executive Committee.
r rk I '::.1' \\ A. :MAHONEY, FOR :MAHONEY AND HOYT! LOOK AT THESE FIGURES. Precinct No. 8-To be supplied by Pre-
While Mr.\ Blaine is speaking always -
j OF CALLAHAN. During eight years of Radical- cinct Executive Committee.

'., !! O-P LE; NO ONE neglect to deposit his Republican rule, the total expendi- to the selfishness 'prejudice church.Precinct No. 9-Sam Jones, John Up-

,.1,1; I :; TflE DUTY THE HOUR. of his hearers Governor Cleveland Precinct :No 10-R. Kirkland,"Win.John-
ballot on Tuesday. Each vote counts, tures of the State were $5,123,343.44. : ,
+, \ It $> the interest of every good cite -
: and the issues of the present electionare During eight years of Democraticrule like an honest man and true patriot son.Precinct No. 11-N.II. Hunt Henry Mat-
jizcn I to do his part in promoting the
: be In and statesman at the great turnoutin tair.
too important to neglected. the total expenditures were ,
i? best government; to put men of the H. J. BAKER. Chn. Co. Ex.Com
I j ji our State Legislature it is important $3,082,303.80. saving during Dem- Newark, said : J. A. EDWARDS, Secretary.
!best character in office-men who
i Fernandina Fla., October 24, 1884.
we should have intelligent, fair- ocratic rule of over $2,000,000. No party and no candidate can have cause
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y will be faithful honest and to
| just
,
to complain of the free and intelligent expression -
The
minded and wise law-makers. The number of schools at the end
;the interests of the people, and of of the people's will. This expres-
Democratic ticket for Nassau county of Republican rule in 1876 was 676. IOn
;the whole people. sion will be free when uninfluenced by appeals AUCTION SALE OF
commands the respect of all, and The number of schools in 1883 was to prejudice or the senseless cry of
Urdu er Cleveland is admitted by
r;. should receive the support of all 1479. A difference of 803, or more danger selfishly raised by a party that seeks -OF-
v all to be an honest, upright, fair the retention of power and patronage, and
good .citizens who desire to promote: than double.
,4 man, who has faithfully devoted it will be intelligent when based upon calm
j the welfare and of the rule State
prosperity Radical scrip
: i '. : himself to the interests of the people. During deliberation and a full appreciation of the .PABLOBEAGH4
State. sold at 40 to 60 cents bonds of In
: ; 6-per-cent duty good citizenship. a government
; :: James G. Blaine, on the other
., For the office of Governor the sold at 40 to 50 cents ; 7-per-cent of the people, no political party gains to I
i t' ,"'.i'I'-4;.. .,;7- : hand, is known through a long pub- itself all the patriotism which the country -TIIE--
: i "i j. ;! ,',', I Democratic party have placed in bonds at 60 to 75 cents. Under Dem-
< I .lie Jlifo as a selfish, unprincipled demagogue contains. The perpetuity of our institutionsand NEW SEA-SIDE RESORTAT
f nomination a citizen universally respected ocratic administration-no scrip, the the welfare do not
;J : with a reputation so blem- public surely depend
:
,
'_ a man who will fill the State cash basis-G-per-cent.1 but TERMINUS OF
; on a upon unchanging party ascendancy
? I, "
Ishedjas to induce of his
L ; a large part
: :'a.: !1 .. : office well, and against whom no bonds are worth $1.14 to $1.17 ; I upon a simple! business-like administration Jacksonville Atlantic Railroad
)," :' ;:i .':' ,owh party, comprising the most.estimable allegation of unfitness has ever been 7percent. bonds $1.25 to $1.30. of the affairs of government, and the
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t* 'J' -, i.": and respectable men, to appreciation by people's servants, not their
t ;' .? made. Under Radical-Republican rule
J ;: i:, ,[refuse to vote for him. It is cer- masters. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12th, 1884.
1 I ,, The Republican party in the State' the Internal Improvement debt was
itainly in t h.interests of good REFLECTIONS OP A TRAVELLER. -
.r'' : j\\ ;;: : gov- nomination for the .
i. /l I has made 'no $800,000; the State debt, $1,648,806.
';} .: :} t :' ::;:crnment, honesty and reform to vote offices of Governor or Lieutenant- Under Democratic rule, no Internal Probably a much larger propor- The Finest Beach in the World!
i t '-K.. for, Cleveland. tion of the residents of Florida leave
i. :
'& Governor. The platform of the so- debt State debt $1-
"I\ 01 'i Wlfo Improvement ; Only Sixteen Milesrfrom' Jacksonville.
> .
B; .v ""?" .j; TO VOTE FOR FOR GOVERNOR. their homes during the summer
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I'+ ,, t's.: : called Independents, who nominatedMr. 000,000. : 'r*
".six ""Jen. E. A. who is the than that of other State. This
; Perry, candidate any
following
.. Pope, contains the In 1872, the average rate of State WILL SOON BE THE GREAT-
? .- of the Democratic and Con- rasping description of the Republican and County taxation was 3 per cent.; speaks well for their prosperity and THIS Seaside Resort in the South, having

,, :i'servative voters of Florida, is a man their liberality of sentiment. Travel every attraction and being reached in one-
party : in 1884, 1I per cent. half hour from Jacksonville. An Artesian
; ,' t who. ,has all the qualities which enlarges the mind fills it with feet deep, yielding
t
p : ; go "A brief retrospect and ice are confronted In 1876,the State tax was 12 mills; new Well has been sunk 360
'- to make good Governor. He thought takes it out of the ruts and pure cool water.A .
a
r_ ; ;, | up with Radicalism, inauguratedby in 1884, 4 mills.Taxpayers large Hotel and many Cottages are to
;is honest, capable and faithful. He the dying echoes of the war and which administrationwill grooves of human life, 'dissipates be erected this Winter, and the Company

:will do his whole duty.,, He will holding its corrupt tenure by the passionand care and gives strength and vigor to to propose make making PABLO all BEACH improvements equal requisite in com
prefer? If own $1,000
born that you you ,
prejudices of unhappy the finest Northern
4 attractions to
out an economical and wise the constitution. A home-staying forts and
carry: ;
conflict. For eight years it ruled will you prefer to pay $12 State tax, resorts.
:-administration of affairs, and he will the State. Each recurring election or $4? people are apt to be a narrow peo- The avenues have been named alter the
Duval,
of
1 : have the support of a Legislature marked by FRAUD, and leaving in ple, governed in their estimate of counties Leon,'Putnam of the, St.State John's and and parts Nassau Ave-

I :which will second him in'his efforts. its noisome wake, bitterness and pas- HAND1VRITING ON THE WALL men and things by tradition and nues are already cleared.
is and laying of
I : Mr.; Pope, who opposes Gen. Perry, I swm. Truth will out. Even Associated prejudices, and unwilling to accept rails The will Railroad commence now shortly.graded The Road is

7 1. has conducted .:his canvass! on the If the Republican voters can in- Press lies vanish, before official fig the improvements and enterprises expected to be in operation by January.

i principle of opposing all that has dorse Mr. Pope on this" platform, we ures. According Ito_he lat J.!eports :.of ,the rest of the. world. ,:Much of I: :... c> rr s

', been done-fault-finding, criticism. have.JJotqing to say. Mr. Pope, :in I the elections of last week show the the narrow and sectional bias of the
aa 1 L.. Are offered NOW at LOW PRICES, from
l y We jlo not see why,anyone should his letter of acceptance, says: "With ,I following extraordinary results: New England States can be attrib- $250 to $50 each,and will be offered at AUCTION -

desire to change the career of prosperity every one of its declarations I am inI 1. The Republican plurality in uted to the little acquaintance they ON THE SPOT, on WEDNESDAY contin,
12ththe'auction to be
: &s. upon which the State entered, hearty accord." Mr. Greeley, a former Ohio is reduced to about half of what. formerly had with 'the Southern ued November the next day in Jacksonville. After

,. administration of Gov. Republican, in his letter of acceptance four of November 13th the unsold Lots will be for
t+ under the it was years ago. portion the Union. As the facil- at the office of the Com
sale at graded prices
i .., :Drew, and which has increased year says: "I have carefully 2. The Republican majority on ities of travel increase and business pany in Jacksonville.

1 1 by year under his administration I read the platform adopted at said the State ticket,is less than nothing.The interests are enlarged, combined tion Those will bidding have FIRST highest CHOICE premiums OF at LOTS.Auc

of Gov. Bloxham. conference, with which I am heartilyin in with health and
and that Expen- Republicans are ,actually a pleasure, they are

( ,y 7 ses have been lessened, taxes reduced accord.:" minority, while four years ago they getting better acquainted with us TERMS OF SALE-

: schools increased, railways The platform says of the Republican had a positive majority of over 9,000 and we with them, and prejudice One-third cash; balance either cash with-
party: "For eight it ruled. in thirty days, or approved notes at three
the Internal years Democrats Greenbackers and to be with
built, Improvement over disappears replaced good and six months, with 8 per cent. interest.

-..:lebtf cancelled, State debt reduced' the State, each recurring election Prohibitionists combined. will and greater confidence._ Beachon
Transportation to Pablo
rI :one-third, and State taxes two-thirds. marked by fraud; to all of which 3. The Republicans are not onlyin Florida is becoming in this respecta

.:; ., ;The interests of the people of Florida Mr. ,Pope and Mr. Greeley say a minority in the popular,vote of common ground of meeting of the Jacksonville. day of sale at will 7.30 be a.m.by, Wednesday Steamer leaving, Nov.

; lie in the continuance of a Democratic Amen. And this same Republican Ohio, but they elect a minority of people of 'all the States, and new 12, 1884. Tickets for round trip, $1.50.

+ a conservative administration party supporting, thus the charged men with:who denounceits fraud, is the Congressional delegation., Four settlers although mainly from the ;:gr-MAPS OF- PABLO BEACH-SSfc

:,. of public affairs, and for this purpose past record. Curious, is it not? years ago they elected !1'5 Republicans -, South and West comprise a large showing by location addressing of each lot, can be obtained -

ti. ,._ they will approve Edward ,A. to Congress; this year they only ; number from the North and East. W. T. FORBES,

r Perry for Governor. THE BATTLE will be brought to elect 10. Four years ago the Democrats Appreciating as they do the advant- Or II. S. ELY,

'_ ; VOTE FOR PERRY! victoryat: the ballot-box. Democratsbe elected only: 5 Representatives' ;, ages of education and intelligence,' Committee" on Sale.
Fla'A
{' FOR: CONGRESS, VOTE FOR CHARLES'" alive and alert. Cease not your this year they elect 11-a majority they revolt from the idea of sacrific- 49 2t Jacksonville,

} 1 ;. DOUGHERTY! ', work until the close of the polls on of the delegation. ing the interests, of, the State, and of Great Reduction
i 1 In Dress and Goods,
House-Furnishing
$1 : : .We have. Charles .Dougherty, ,of the,evening of November Fourth. 4. The increase in the vote of, Ohio the people to hold up a party'supre-I AT PAUL FUSKE'S.I .

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=, of the Circuit Court.

fits for;.clerk*>a tfulIv f'ui' county present the to the name DemocrahcWere of John SPRING SUMMER GOODS TT :IDbHAVE :

,r' to corers 0 dS foOr Te-eJection to the office, ofWtie r. :
d. Circuit Court. For the past .
thefew Clerk i Mr Edwards has filled the posi- J: .
e feM3 ors'as 'DputY; then.as Clerk with OPENED THE-
hit
tion Inniself and the county, and in
Yof credIt!o. .no better; ':?nan could be found MQDID: : : ] .ALL'

ellijoy- for our the oPIOIO.11ANY'':'VOTERS I OF THE Co UNTY. BBP'JS, C.A.MP.A.IGr-N: [I II

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. undersigned For 'Jerk, yielding of the Court.to the solicita- CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT.1* . WITH A LARGE, ENTIRELY NEW AND FRESH STOCK OF

of The large number of voters in theannounces '
of
a
t tons himself as' a candidatetoUl1 JL *
)On !*y,office of Clerli of the Circuit Court Have just received an entire, new stock in every department, from the

the ford to\ the suffrages of the Democratic Northern and FALL
ks of the count)' If elected I promise Eastern Markets, and taking advantage. cash purchases AND WINTER GOODSWHICH

voters' form the duty'!!'d evol ed' upon! the enables us to offer our entire stock at such low
to pe faithfullY tc; theletter.o ,
)jUce ,; GEORGE E. WOLFF.
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-"82- For County; *Treasurer. FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. WILL BE ADDED TO WEEKLY AS THE SEASON ADVANCES.
announce myself for re-election to the .. .
T -
Kip.'J10. nation of Count tt Treasurer, and solicit the
Slil p rt of the Democratic voters of Nassau6appo Latest Styles in We have received our stock ySf GE. TLE\IEX'S
G. STARK, We have. endeavored, to select the ',
counts.: ndina.Fla..Oct.6.1884. ( Fall Dress Goods, FALL, CLOTHING, Furnishing -Goods

!v SILKS, CASHMERES
Commissioner. Men's, Youth's.Brocades .
County Boys',
for
announce myself to the Democratic vot- Latest and Most Stylish Designs to foe Found, Alpacas, Velvets, in all the
eisl of >'aau county for the position of An elegant line. Also the
496 Conntv'CommisJrionen' and ask the support Velveteens,.etc.. Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.

701 183' 0!i.'Democratic voters PlIINEAS of the county.JOHNSON., and all we ask.is to give .us,a.call and price. 'for'yourselves;and see the ( ..
i Great
Bargains A fine
18 Italia,October 10.1854. it"JDInENSE IN v assortment' of We are Special Agents for

For Sheriff. BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres, BBOWNING, m& & CO.,
nndersigne(1 announces' himself as a
candidate The for Sheriff of Nassau County, and : ; BABG.&INSI-ito Linen Towels, Toweling, BOOTS, SHOES, of New York,

- asks the support of the Democratic voters of And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
- the county at the coming' ; election. Goods. TRUNKS AND VALISES,
i\ J. A. ELLERMANN. Suits made to order and a
29 be had in Fernandina at the establishment of t tp
Fernandina Fla., August 1884. A large line of Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Fit Guaranteed. '

For Sheriff. Fancy Goods and Notions, .
ve announce myself a candidate for Sheriff J'" U n d e r w e ar,fB SPECIAL ORDERS
of Nassau County, and ask for the votes of MODE Hosiery and Gloves,
BROTHERSIN .
n-M all the Democrats. ; from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in :New York i

!i BURT G. DYAL. Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. BY OUR RESIDENT B YER.
Callahan, Fla., August 20, 1884:. ,
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For Sheriff. : T. d3r.. IYDI
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myself to the Democratsas
to I hereby present s
a candidate for Sheriff and respectfullysolicit DRY .GOODS FANCY' GOODS
their support I ,. Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,
CIIAS. w. CONE.
- 'NEW'YORK OFFICE=83 Walker St. [. FEENANDINA, FLA. I ,:
for Collector of Revenue. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, -
I- The friends of Mr. WARREN F. SCOTT begto a.--
present his name for the consideration of RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLORY'S .
the Democratic voters*of Nassau county for
re-election. Mr. Scott,. as is well known, Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.WE .
,
Las been a Rood:: and faithful officer and i if
elected will serve with the same fidelity to STEAMSHIP LINE !
the people that he has done heretofore.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED .- ;

Yielding For to Collector the urgent of solicitations Revenue.of the FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

Democratic voters of Precinct No.8,1 hereby
announce myself! as a candidate for the 100 :PJE: : ] ES. MATTINGS: : ._
office of Collector of Revenue of Nassau

County,and a'k the suffrages of the Demo- .t1.080 .,,-
cratic voters of the county. WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. '
. J. E. DAVIS. ..
King'Ferry, Fla.,.Sept 17, 188,$. :

For Tax Assessor.
Believing that I ::have proven myself a MODE BUG'S
faithful servant of:Me people of Nassau, -1 -z

county,and considering! myself by reason 18-ly FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
tit past experience, filly competent to per-
form the difficult dirties of this important 4 ,i.Y .- p .
office,and pledging fnyself to a faithful dis-
charge of the duties devolving upon me. .

if elected, I hereby place myself before youas ... .. =
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a candidate for Tax Assessor of Nassau '
county, and respectfully solicit your suf- PAUL FUNKE'S :.

frages. Respectfully, -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-
W. H. GARLAND.
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, T<)NS.
Notice, Hi t MM 14-4 t-'M.
I am a candidate for the office of Assessorof STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543 TONk4.CARONDELET .
Revenue,and respectfully solicit the sup t 1,508 TONS.WESTERN .
port of Conservative:Democrats of the coun- TEXAS, ,'. 1,210 TONS.
ty. T. J. WINQATE.. i DRY GOODS EMPORIUMCENTRE I
Evergreen Fla.,Sept t 4, 188,$.
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
I For Tax Assessor. t
The friends of )lr. T. G. P, Thompson

of announce Taxes bun for ihe position of Assessor NEof the above STEAMERS will sail from FEIINANDIXA FOR NEW YORK
for Nassau county. :Mr. Thom O EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
IS.a will. nrst-class Rive the office business that man careful, and if attention elected STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

which It. demands. .J This Line,'having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
DEMOCRATIC FERNANDINA FLORIDA. York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
MANY' VOTERS. -
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
Fernandina.
Fla.,$ .
l'ternbcr 27, 1884.For ,
f I:' The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Superintendent of Public In- PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
: strtictton. connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
Yielding to the; solicitations of ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
!Mra: OUI1Cfr myself a candidate many for GRAND FALL OPENINGOF !! JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and 'INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
Jh-n 06 f ;SulCr|! tendent of Public In- RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
ofST' and respectfully ask the support PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and'With FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
LAKE WEIR.
c vbters Nassau county.
JOHN OWENS. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. .

Lrergreen Fla., Sept:?4 1884. Silk8 For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to ,,-:

for Superintendent of Public In.TI .-, Dross Goods R. W. SOUTII1VICK:, Agent,

Ie frIends structton. I UU.UJLJJ.LUJLUUJ, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
{ of Mr- Lewis W.
both m Higgin'er"y H. MALLORY & CO., '
eleelection PreSent his name for the Pier 20 East River, New York. 51-
county 5ythe Democratic voters of this FANCY. GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc.
office p
Public of Superintendent of
I3struction-- Mr. Higginbotham QROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY; ETC. .
SvSnfd-Mterm of yewS .
two
and ha
iiuthfaUnd efficient officer. BLANKETS I AND I I HOUSE-fURNISHING,!| GOODS -

Superintendent ; H. E. DOTTERER
.instruction. "!' J to'c I 1

(AN ELEGANT. ASSORT I YT.) '
candidatQ fjfned announces himself as a INVITES ATTENTION TO; HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OFt '
Public ?Jth?office of Superintendent of ,
elected bns action' for Nassau county. If .
Gloves and Mitts.
the Democratic voters of the Hamburg Edgings, -: .*_*
county for

faun inter e Sto'S tile scctions*; position faithfully of I the promise, and county.with to admin equal L ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' :{i FINE FAMILY GROCERIES *}

J. T. HIGGNBOfiing THAM.
a Ferry, F t., Sept. 17, 188,$. *

Sheriff's Furnishing Goods
UKD.issER and by virtue Sale.of an execution EMBRACING ,NEALY EVERYTHING, IN THIS LINE, ALSO'IN THAT OF

JUdicial out .f the Circuit Court;Fourth
foasniMnMn! and for Nassau County,
Thee sL salt Court determined wherein FALL CLOTHING-J" FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. '
bein deftS c? is p laintiff and Henry Ho-

selUt3nt'tpublicauction? I have levied upon and will ONLY SUCH'GOODS,KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
BOOTS: SHOES HATS CAPS
front
house I In of the Court- ,. ,
the 1st daJr'rrif Fernandina,on :Monday
legal 1 boursof December, 1884, during the PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY i
of sale, the south half of Lot 3 (
the VALISES ETC
so ntli TRUNKS .
west .
of
four quarter section '
(-4)) twenty- ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
twenty_ei(1ohw,,s8bil t h two ((2)), North, Range
( ) East, .
eIght contammg twent -

property Terlns acres cash of more Henry, or Hobem.les Lei'led upon as th Y =: SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS -fFINE TEAS AND COFFEES : )

purchaser paying for title. + ....., #
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FernandinaJF'I A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff. +
;_ a., October 30th, 1884 td '
:- CAN BE PBOCUBED. f
--BY- DESCRIPTION THAT
THE BEST GOODS OF THIS ._, 1
Notice I 1t
Iusic t
O remrri lessons! can be had on any kind of I.
can on Instruin ents. For particulars, PA.TJL HTJNKE. NEW GOODS Received Tby Every Steamer.' ,

W. J. LonMAN, ,'
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43 ':Corner Ash and:Music Sixth Teacher, ;:' : ; : .. Y : : .. Cor. Second and Centre' Sts., -> .. FERI 'ArDIi.t, FLA.s. .
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: j! GENERAL DIRECTORY. BACKER COUNTY. Assesstor 4 I """::::::
; I of 1ar.es r County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor vf Revenue<< -W. F. Trantham I
r ,1'United Staten Officers. 'Clerk-F. Pon Ocala., 'County Judge, I. J.Soomons.] ;.. I County Judge-A. H. Brownell.
J.
Sanderson. I
: "* Clerk-Vf.' W. Jeter. Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
3, .x ';. LAND- OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon" Sanderson. Superintendent of Scfiools-'M.: L. Paine Sheriff- II. F. Hosford. l Sheriff Thomas N.:Ellis.
Assessor Taxes-A. J.' W. Cobb Fort McCoy.
San-
of
Treasurer J. E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel
' .' Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. [ D. Gillis.
derson. .
m ;; Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-Thos. P. Shuler. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker-
Mt \7; ; SI rv yo -Gencral-Malachi :Martin, Talla- : derson.jSuperinteiulent Collector. of Revenue-J.- .. R. .Herndon- San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J.. J. Newton.
: has ee. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. Superintendent of Schools Whitnell
.. DISTRICT COURT : of Schools--Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. C'ntl'j.
Sanderson.. Assessor of TkrwWWalter C. Maioney Jr. WASHINGTON
!' Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judge--.N. C. Shackelford. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones.
'i F Marsfial-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-F. K. de ]la Rua. Clerk-J. E.
County Judge-J. R.: Richard, Providence. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, Skipper.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler., Key West. Sheriff \V. H. Hutchinson. Sher ff-E; P. Melvin.

.; i" INTERNAL REVENCE.sa. : Sheriff W. W. Tumblin; Starke. Superintendent of Sc"'oo13--J. V. Harris,Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. .Treasurer-Thomas J. Miller.

'tt,1 3 Collector tennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Collector of Ret.enue..Manuel: Palm s. Collector of Revenue-John Roche.
I' } Butler. Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.
F NAsSAU COUNTY.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. ....:.
I 'Superintendent of Schools U. M. Searritt.WALTON. Schools
s Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of -D. H. Horn
County
4 f Judge-Hinton J. Baker. Fernan
,' John W. Howell; Fernandina. Santa:Fe. S dina. CALHOUN

rl l f ,John Edwiii F.Higgins House,,St.Jacksonville..Augustine.-! Superintendent of' Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod,. Sr. County Judge-William Clark.

: :: :l T Starke. Sheriff John A..ElIermann Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.
BREVARD OOU 7Y.County'JudgeJames Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H.. Garland, ,'Fer Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.

11 State Officers. A. :McCrory, City nandina. .Treasurer James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.

l Point. Collector of. Revenue Warren F.: Scott, Fer- Collector of Rel.enue- B. McLeod. Collector of Rerenue-Joel P. Atkins.
i t: %. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. I .Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.

Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W.. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas., Superintendent of Schools-W. G. COI\\"eU
Liutenznf.GcIcrnorLivingstou W. Beth Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham Callahan.

I'a Key"West. na. County Treasuree-Gustsiv Stark, Fernan
,
.,.,.,,:p : a laha Secretary see. of State-John L. Crawford- ,.''Tal- vard Collector.County..of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre-' dina. ORANGE COUNTY. THE CELEBRATED

y'p' Comptroller. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J.'M. Beggs, Orlando. WOOTON

,1;, Trlastlrcr-llenry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine. Orlando. DESKS.
P. Talla- CLAY COUNT Sheriff-Thomas W..Shine. Orlando.
AtorncJ( + -General-GeorSa llaney
,f' !'rcr ; hassve. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jarnejs. M. Owens, Fort
SOLID
'' Commissioner! of Lands-P. W. White. Park.. Reid, Fla.Collector. COIFORT'OFFICE APPLIANCES

i Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Re1enue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.
#: '{ Superintendent' of Public Instruction K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green. Cove Sanford.

.,f. Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. S Superintendent Schools-John .T: Leeks,
Adjutant-General Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. r ; EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
Collector of RCIenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.'
+
: | OF IMMIGRATION.Commissioner
Superintendent of Schools-R., W.. Davis, WITH THEM.
i. -A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- Judge of Probate-E. Harrison, Palatka.
: Middleburg., fJ/trk-"T. F. Forward. Palatka.]
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COLUMBIA COUNTY.
;i Clc.rk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
1 Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. A.qsessor-A. J. Woods. .
Special Clerk John Vinzant Jr. Collector No. 8 Flat
Lake
,- Jacksonville. City. of llel.'enue-Joseph Price. Top.
Building
; i : J. W. Lake Why use Desks of ordinary
SJieriff Perry, City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
J. ." i SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D.. Brown; Lake City. Strickland. -- construction when, for slight

Chief Justice.-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. p additional] cost you can have
c Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer S
County Judge-W. H. Parker,'Perry. Si -- the benefit.of our improvements -
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4 a see. Lake City. "
Sheriff} Green B. Weaver, Perry.
s Associate Justice-E.. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun T. ? ? Awkward closets and
Perry. .
'! .., Jacksonville.! 55 side drawers done
County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner. away with.
Clerk-0. H. Foster;, (,Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. \1 We substitute revolving cases,

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

First Circuit.Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County SU L'e'/or-D. N. Cox, Perry. "' touch of the
'; L ., sacol : < I Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jacksonville Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. t1 Its + hand.and are
Second Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas f Assessor of Tares-R. L. Henderson.ST. i thus enabled to furnish double

see. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, = the space generally given on
r. 'JOHN'S COUNTY. 2 ,
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Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. -- -T"" -_
each side and when
I Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge)[. R. Cooper, St. Augus- .,,,,,?,?pN IrlIdl ado, _-= ; cases are
sell Jacksonville. tine. -s--....."" --z.==-- =s"- open, the whole interior is
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:; ; Fifth Circuit Thomas P. King, GainesTille. HAMILTON COUNTY.' Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. T flooded with light and all
Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached without

i' ,, '. Sixth Circuit II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Clerk-J.Judge-Henry M. Caldwell, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper. Augustine.Assessor of Taxes A. D. 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. the Desk wanted. We this
Collector of Rctenue-Joseph F. Llambias, as apply principle to a great variety of desks.
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i Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.
Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. II. H. McLecd. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall

FIRST CIRCUIT. Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. 3f TaE:: "WOOTOILsr
term of Sctoo13-J. W. Reed,
Fall -
SUMTER COUNTY.
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Santa 2d October. Jasper. ,:.. Office
Rosa, Monday/in Cabinet Secretary.The .
HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,
Walton : in October.
4th
Monday
Clerk Thomas
s County Judge-W. L. Frierson Brooks- J. Ivey, Leesburg.
: Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
ville.
in October. r
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Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. Oda
Washington, 2d Monday after4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Collector of RCIenue-Jo eph Hutchinson 4 most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. 'l
in October. 7.
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Sumterville. = J c to the business public. One hundred and
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks-
'a Octob'er. 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- ston, Sum terville. '1d ji f ?+ + one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants

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

y 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, County Jiidgei.. :--M. Blackburn, Live I 's a and Professional: Men generally.Wooton .
Fort
Dade.
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; Spring Term. Oak.ClerkRobert
THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. A. Reid, Live Oak. +;
'' wRr. Spring g Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. -

+1' r 's ;Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Wrn. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W. Umsted,Welborn. Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
S A rih Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
I Madison, 2d :Monday in April. Assessor Welborn. MANUFACTURING
of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. WOOTON DESK CO.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Coll.cctorwof Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones ,
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th :Mondayin Live Oak.
Tampa.Superintendent RICHMOND IND., U. S. A.
April.'Columbia. ofScJtools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames ,
', ; 3d Monday after 4th :Mondayin Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-
S''
S S April.
? 'I' Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. prise.Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. SEWING MACHINES.
W. B. Lamar Monticello.
County Judge- ,
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P in Ai'ifil.Fall .
Sheriff( T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff( W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
y l Term- Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen
t : b{ ,
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: 'Tak for, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Cove.
,q October. Superintendent of Sctoo'V. R.. Taylor, 0 RUvEWH

Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Cove.Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen. '-,,'-',,:,-;; :.:' :'f '.:; ; : ::' (." :':'::!. .'
Treasurer-'V.l\1. Girardeau
Mon-
"' "r Hamilton, 4th :Monday in October. ticello.County Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston,
'i Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday I. .
Enterprise. ,
Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker,1\Ion- : '
in October.
WAKULLA COUNTY.
Columbia 3d :Monday after 4th Monday inr' ticello.
October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-V?.-A. Giles, Crawfordville.

+ i H Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah.. Sheriff-Charles] Alligood.,Crawfordville.
Clerk-Nat. R. Walker Crawfordville.
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. ,
,',4 in October. THE FLORIDA
> S FOURTII CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
Spring Term Sheriff( J. J. Johnson, Old Town. I Crawfordville.
; I IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
'i St. John's. 2d Tuesday March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw-' TOWN ,
fordville.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy.
S 's in Collector of Ret'C1lUe-R. C. McMillan,Craw-
? Bradford, 1st Tuesday April. Fernandina
"' Baker, :2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N.: Peacock, NeTroy. fordville. ,
I Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker
f Craw-
+ iH Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April.
AP Towns R. R. Line
fordville. on ,
iit t u Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,

: i :l' Fall Term- Old.Town. SANTA ROSA. And Cedar
St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County; Judge-John Chain. Key.

Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. ,New Troy.. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer Robert'Robinson.Collector .

1 Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge:=Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee of Revenue-W. J. Williams. I, 1
5;r Nassaui 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes W. J. Stephens. |lOffers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Y
k Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A.'Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner. :

I V FIFTII, CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry Felkel, POLK. ,number of the most eligible and desirable
.
"..-efflfc Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
;**.!* ,Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Lots, suitable. for,Business Purposes, or for
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla Sheriff=-W.M.Bowen.

vf t : Putnam, 3d Tuesda'nfter 4th Monday hassee. 7Teflsurer-F..F. Beville. City or Suburban Residences,
r' ..-. ,1Iarch. Assessor of Taxes-G: ;A. Croome, Tallahas Collector of Rel.'enueD.. Filles. .5. 4j-; Ter .e 1

r t t -. At'*. U' ti Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in see. Assessor of Taxes-Vf' H.Johnson. UPON EASY .TERMS.

(. March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P."R. McCrary.DADE. rf .
a 5 ; Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk -J. M. Barco, Bronson. tuL ;
'' March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

? Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen'E.''Heyser.;
d Sumter, 1st :Monday in October. Collector of Ret'enue-n. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.] parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- U
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;. ) i Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Win. M. Mattaur.
C a Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. ,rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- rS-

; Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector Rct'entle-Wrn. H. Benest. f :
f: S Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th. Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor '-
November.
( SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. residence, or in which, .- to conduct their
r $ Spring Term- County Judge-George F. Baltzell. -
son.SheriffS.
? ; ,Orange, 4th Monday in January. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business. f
CT flTIGULAh.f
Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott.. FE
: Volusia, 3d Monday in February. ::ft pA
Bre ard, 1st Monday in March Superintendent of.Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heara. INDUCEMENTS TO' MANUFACTURERS nc :( r 1:1rROUT

a t Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. Collector of Relentle-John B. Anderson. r( IN EVEP or ORDER.No .

fall T m.Orange.- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor: of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. ; by exemption for a term of years, from .L .
S 2d Monday in August. Collector of RetenueB. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools Samuel Erwin. t EQU

t VolusSa, 2d Monday in ,September. Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and f ff @
>;
A [
A Brevardi; 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- FRANKLIN. f N1iAdll1ll

Pade, 2d Monday in November.i ison. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to r
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.MANATEE COUNTY., Clerk-J. A. Atkins.' CIIAS. W. LEWIS, ; 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.

i ,r i County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. Fernaridina. \\'CAGO ANQ \
County Officers. 'easurer-R. H.,Porter. Office G F P \.AN14
i Cltrk-Robert Griffith, Manatee. cor. Beach &7th sts. o
ALACHUA. Collector oj Rerenne-George A. Patton. .. . I ILL MASS. GA.
Sheriff( A. S. Watson,'Pine Level. ; .f. F. .. ;
t +,, County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines Assessor of Taxes-W. F. Parrish, Braden Assessor of Taxes-F. J.Egbert.: ; ':. ; < .'- ;" ".,. I FOR SALE: BY

ri le. ... town. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. ', ..r".c ,_< .. _
i i I Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of ru-t'enue-Iarion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. Wood Wood.
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S $Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Topash. .. : ': l
: ; WoodYardnear
iHaving recently established
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;Assessor; of Taxct-S. II. Wienges, Gaines ,Superintendent of Scltools-FcHx J. Seward, Clerk Countg-Henry Judge-S.J.Reeves.R. Hams.. '' ':-/'r..tf ;< --' (?---*>.'.,.' -'". ....._,--., .fe.. ,. ... Duryee's mill, provided a with all the
Pirie ?" ? "
ville. Level.
{' i Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. t.L: \ ,.) ;; 'L"<; necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
.toUtdirof Revenue-II.C. Denton, Gaines MARION'COUNTY.: 'I"c" r' ,
1 Treasurer-A. M. Smith. -1 FIRE-WOOD ,
ville.Superintendent. County Judge-Samuel Marshall, Ocal a. Collector of Rct'enue-R.f. Iorgan. I "' -V-v ;/ ,I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood
Schools
; of -W. 'N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Tares=Hamilton McPhaul.. c I sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fire
Gainesville.'il" ',' *' /!' j <:, Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala.', .:! Superintendent of Schools-G. E. L. Allison. place, ; at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.

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ELECTIONS for against a Convention and did therein 39* FINEMILLINERY- ,- -
NOTICE OF provide: and direct that the Secretary of GOING NORTH: ST. MARK'S BRANCH. -"

State should incorporate, with the notice of ......................... Day Pas. M Pas. -
the General .. ...-.. ..................... (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
Election A.M.
to be held in the P'M-
till and Singular the Sheriffs. of the 1884, a notice of such recommendation year ''Leave Cedar Key_.................. 7.35 7.50 Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00am

To kaicof Florida: withproper,instructions as to the mode of : : Leave, Rosewood;.................. 8.07 8:30: Arrive! Wakulla_........................... 9.05 am ,

T I. JOHN L. CRAWFORD, compliance with recommendation ; ...................................,..,.............; ....... Leave Otter Creek................. 8.38 9.12 :.Arrive St. Mark's-........................ 9.30am
17)'OW YE' that of the State of Florida Now, THEREFORE notice of such recommendation Leave Bronson.......... ............ 9.15 10.00! Leave St.; Mark's........................iQ.OO a. nl
Secretary of State all, and singular! the is hereby \'cn, and the following -ATKING'SBAZAR-- Leave Archer.....'...................t9.45 10.35 'Arrive Wakulla-...........................10.25am
I\.do reb v notify Counties of the StateELECTION instructions are hereby given as to the .Leave Palmer..............:: :.... 10.01 '10.54: Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30 a ra
ShenB:s 0florida If the several mode of compliance with such recommen- Leave Arredondo..:.. .:.........10 15 11'11

f that dation : Leave Gainesville.................,10.40 11.36Arrive ,

Gf.XEU.\L First, Any elector desiring to vote'at'such, A.: Itf. CONNECTIONS. .
1 in Florida on election in favor of such a Convention, shall Waldo": ....... ..'.............11.23 12.30 At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
till\ 'b heM in each County the first MondayNovember have written or printed on the same balloton Leave,Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 : all points North and East with the Feman-

(t: nest succeeding A. D. 1834, the said Tuesday which, the names of the person or HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, Leave Thurston................,.....11.56 2.301 dina! .& Jacksonville Short Line for 'Fernan-

'I persons voted for for any office or offices at P.M. dma ; and with Steamers for all l 'points
being the said election are written,or printed, and on Leave Starke.........................12.30 2.47 ,the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc. on
foorth 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 & Peninsular '

Governor and Lieutenant-Governor written or printed and not on the other Leave Lawtey............,.!:...........12.58 3.23 Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer--
Fr 1tC of Florida, and! for four :Electors side, the words FOR A CONVENTION;" A'Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Ml Kehns, Leave Highland.................._ 1.14 3.45 [,nandind. Cedar Key,and all Gulf Ports.
oftr1e St idcllt and Vice-IYesident of the Uni- and any elector desiring to vote against sucha Lea ye.Maxvllle.: ...............,.....; 1.34 4l5! At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida
t' Convention, shall have written or printedon CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS :Arrive Baldwin ..................... '2.00 4.50 ,&Western Railroad.
teiSUine; Representative of the First Con- such ballot, oh the side thereof above Leave Baldwin.........,............ 2.05. 5:40: 'At' Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
ron:11 District of Flprida in the FortE ).- prescribed the AGAINST, A CON- ,Leave Brandy.Branch.......... .'2.25 6.00 'Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
!S : of the United States; VENTION." Linen Collars and Kid Gloves; Leave Dutton......................? 2.40 6.15 urdays.

111Ft Conl'C5i one Representative of the SecondDistrict Second, The votes'cast on this question Arrive Callahan.............'........ 3.10: 6.50 ; Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
I'C5sional of Florida in the Forngress shall be canvassed. and declaration and All of the Latest Styles. Leave Callahan....,......;......_. 3.18 7.10 cola & Atlantic Railroad for :Marianna Pen-

t.n "' of the United States. return thereof shall be made by the Inspectors Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 sacoa, .l\Iobile. Montgomery, New Orleans,
ninth \.IV and by County Canvassing Boards,and PANS PARASOLS Arrive Fernandina.........,....., 4.38 ,8.40 Louisville, and all points West Southwest,
Election .
!n will be held the State Canvassing Board, in the same CORSETS, JI21"" Day Passenger daily except Sunday'Night ; and Northwest,, and with all bo'ats for Apalachicola -
manner and at the same time as votes cast Passenger daily. Columbus and Eufanla.
the County of Eschmbia for a Senator for persons for offices at said election are Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to I.

In the First Senatorial District; required by law to be canvassed, declared all points West.Through 2
lo m County of Jackson for a Senator and returned.. PENINSULAR DIVISION. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths

JJ,the heThird Senatorial District; The attention of the Sheriffs is called to IlSUMMER (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG..;) secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office
-H"l- I II II +I H' Ml II I i I I' 1MIt and at ,new office southwest of
WeCountiesof Calhoun and Franklin the law requiring them to cause a notice of GOING I corner Bay
forSenator! from the Fifth Senatorial District said election to be published in a newspaper t GAMES. 't SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas I and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
A. O. MAcDONELL
printed in theCountyand if there be no paper P.M. A.M. ,
In;the Counties of Liberty and Waukullafora published in the County, they shall cause at I -I l"l -1 I- I I 1 I | {II II I II I II II 11-4 Leave Waldo......................... 3.00, 12.40 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent

Senator from the Seventh Senatorial least 'five copies of this notice to be postedin Leave Dixie.......................... 3.21 1.10 Fernandina Fla.C. .
the most public places in the County.IN Leave Hawthorne............. .... 3.37 '1.33 W. MAXWELL, i
District to the i 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, 'i

the Ninth Senatorial District; unto set my hand and affixed theL. Leave Orange Lake...!............ 4.21 2.33 D. E. Baldwin, Fla. 1
In the County of Hamilton for a Senatorfrom [ s.] Great Seal of the State of Florida, at MARBLES, KITES ETC. Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.36 2.52 General MAXWELL, i i
j
the Eleventh Senatorial District; Tallahassee, the Capital, this, the Leave Anthony Place:........... 4.51 3.08 Superintendent.
In the County of Alachua for a Senatorfrom twentieth lay of August A. D. 1884. -ALSO- Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.31 3.35 Fernandina; Fla. ;

the Thirteenth Senatorial District ; JOHN CRAWFORD, Leave Ocala............................ 5.45 4.00 1
In the County of Bradford for a Senator Secretary of State. Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.KING'S Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 Savannah, Florida and Western ]

from the Fifteenth Senatorial District; J. A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff Nassau County. ,Arrive Oxford......... ............... 6.42 5.09 I
In the County of rut lam for a Senator Fernandina Fla., August 29188440td. Leave Wildwood...................7.00 5.30 RAILWAY.

from the Seventeenth Senatorial District;,, BAZAR, Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10 WAYCROSS ,
SHORT
LINE.
In the County of Marion for a Senator In the Circuit Court' Fourth Judicial GOING NORTH.
Senatorial District Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Fernandina. :J
from the Nineteenth ; Circuit, Nassau County, A.M. P.M. All train of this road are ran by Central
In the Counties of Dade and Brevard for Leave Leesburg...................... 6.50 6.00 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
Senator from 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
In the County of Sumter for a Senator vs. }} DIVORCE. FOR SALE CHEAP Leave Lake Weir Station....... 7.49 7.40 and after Sunday, July 13, 1884, Pas-
from the Twent\=-thinl Senatorial District ; BERNIAII MOORE. J : Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 ON Trains will leave and arrive as
In the County of Walton for a Senatorfrom T APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVITfiled EDGINGS AND SLABS, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 follows:
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 Twenty-seventh Senatorial Florida, so that ordinary process cannot be Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:25 am
From $5 to $16 M ft. Arrive at Jacksonville .....
District; served him now therefore it is or- per Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.45 daily at. 8:00 pm
In the County of Yolusia for a Senatorfrom : dered that upon a hearing; be ,had the facts according to quality. Leave Hawthorne..10.23 11.15 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:03 a m
upon
the Twcnt -ninth 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 pm'

the Thirty-first Senatorial District; in October next. Orders Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive! 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 ;
JjaJ'Day
Passenger daily except Sunday
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in the County of Madison for a Senator June 20th 1884. 31-3m WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, Arrive at Pensacola daily at..11:45 a m .t
from the Tenth Senatorial District, to fill Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Night Passenger daily. Arrive at Mobile daily at.............. 4:10 a m j

the vacancy: occasioned. by the resignationof 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 W. Tope, who was elected Senatorfor Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
the term of four years, at the.General Circuit Nassau County, Fla. DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for l>ensa-
Election held on the first: Tuesday after the Lettie Miller GOING SOUTH.
first Monday November A. D. 1882; vs. 1 Notice of Leave Fernandina...................... 7.30a. m. cola. Mobile, :New Orleans. Texas all trans-

In the County. of Duval for a Senator John H. Boynton, doing business attachment.Amount EST.DLISI.IED 1R7 ;. Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. wick Mississippi take this points.train Po -sen ers ,Brunswick for Bruns- j'I
from the Eighteenth Senatorial= District, to under the' and Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 9.10a.m. arriving at
name via B. & ,Yo R. R. at 12.45 p. m..
1i1l the vacancy occasioned by the resignation style of John Boynton's sworn to$400 -- GOING NORTH. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars on this 1

of Jonathan C. Gre'ley( who was electt5cnatoT Son. Leave Jacksonville..................... 5.00p.m. train. Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile
lor' the term of four years at the above named defendant John II. DRUGS and MEDICINES Leave Hart's Road...I................... 6.04p.m. and :New Orleans.
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General Election held oh the first Tuesdayafter THE of of Arrive Fernandina................- ... 6.40p.m.
'nton, the City New York, do-
the first of November A. D. FAST MAIL.
Monday ing business under the name and style of 2JSS3- Trains daily except Sunday.
1832; i John Do 'nton's"Son, is hereby notified to SUNDAY Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
In the County of Monroe for Senator EXCURSION.A. Arrive Jacksonville ......12:00
enter his appearance in and to the above HORSEY &. CO.PHARMACISTS .?or. P.M. at daily at p m
from the Twenty-fourth'Senatorial Districtto entitled attachment suit commenced against Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p m
fill vacancy occasioned by the resignation him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff on or before Arrive Fernandina..10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 5:05 p m

of George W. AlleA, who was elected the first Monday in January, 1885, and to Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p.m
Senator for the term of) four years, at the plead or' demur to the declaration filed in =1 1= Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m :
General election held on the first Tuesday Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
said cause on or before the first Monday in
after the first; Monday IIf November D. Arrive at11:00
A. at Washington,D.C.daily p m
February. 1885. or judgment by default will
1SS 2. CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at New York daily at........ 6:30 a m
And in each of the respective Countiesof be entered against you.H. Centre Street.FKRXANDIXA .
the State J. BAKER Connecting at Savannah with Through
General Election
a for its FERNANDINA, FLA.,
: constitutional Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room
number of Members of the General With New York and Fernandina Steam-
A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. FLORIDA, Sleeping Cars, Savannah to :New York with-
Assembly to-wit
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
.
Fernandina Fla. G, 1884.
September I out change. ;
Escambia County three for New York on Thursday.
Santa: Rosa County two; KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. "
; In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial of FRESH and PURE FOR- and .......
Walton County two; Brunswick daily,except Sunday. Leave Jacksonuille! daily at. 5:20 p m
HohiiL's County one Circuit, in and for the EIGN and DOMESTIC AT CALLAHAN.To '. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:32 a m

"Washington: County one County or Nassau, Florida and from Savannah and Charleston Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:15 p m

Franklin County one Josiah H. Prescott 1 Drugs and.,Chemicals. : and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m
Calhoun Countyone* Arrive at Brunswick daily at......? 6:15 a m
Jackson ; vs. I notice of BALDWIN, FLA., Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m
County three
; John H. Boynton doing bus-{ Attachment. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
Liberty County ; Leave Newnansville daily at......... 6:20 p m
me ; under the and Amount and all points South West and Northwest,
iness name
j .
Wakuila County Leave New Branford daily at-.. .. 7:50 p m
County three one'Gadsden style of John Boynton's Sworn to Proprietary and Fancy Goods, daily. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.15 p m

Leon County four ; Son. J $1,000. AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:30 a m
Jefferson Count}' four; above named defendant John II. FINE TOILET ARTICLES, To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Albany daily at-............ 2:25 a m

Madison County!three' THE of the City of New York, do- AT 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 Brooksvilleand Arrive at Macon daily at.?............ 7:00 am
PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC.
Hamilton Countv two John Boynton's Son is hereby notified to Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:35 p m

Suwannee Coun(' two; enter his appearance in and to the above en- 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 at........... 1:25 a m

Columbia County three' him in said court by Josiah II. Prescott West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:10 a m
Alachua County four' Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in Orleans every Friday ; from Key,West and Arrive at Cincinnati 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 at............. 6:10 p m
Bradford County two; declaration filed therein on or before the' with at every Saturday. Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p m
Clay County one : first Monday in February, 1885, or judgment carefully compounded pure Drugs, With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:15am

Baker! County oue; ; will 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 County two : 4 H. J. BAKER Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m
Duval County four: Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. day and Friday. Arrive at Washington daily at......10:25 a m

S:. .To m's Countv two; A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. RAILROADS. For information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m
'Olusla County one : Fernandina, Fla., September 6,18843mPATENTS etc. to General Ticket Office Fernan- Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m
"rangeCounty ; CARD apply Arrive at Albany daily at............11:30 a m, j
two; TIME dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack-
iutnam County two OF THE' sonville. Arrive at Montgomery daily at..... 7:57 a m
Marion County two: ; Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:45 a m
fcumter County two FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COMPANY. Arrive at Nashville daily at-.......... 8:10 a m
"Crnando ; FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m
lillsborough i County two ', MUNN & CO., of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. con- In Effect July ISth 1884. Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
County two tinne to act as Solicitors for Talents Caveats TradeMarks CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION.
*oik County one ; Copyrights, for the United States Canada.. Arrive at St. Louis daily at............ 7:50 a tu .
Manatee Countyone; ; Patents sent: Germany,eta Hand Book about TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO, CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 7:00 a m

Dario Coo my one; Patents obtained free.throueh ThlrtY4p.ven..Yeara.MUNN &CO. noticed (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.No. Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars on this
Brevard County jo'ne In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest best and (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) No. 3. Train to Cincinnati via Waycross.
; most widely circulated scientific paper. $ .20 a year. Accom. Mail.
Monroe County two. Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting in- GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
. And : formation. Specimen copy oftheSrleutiflcAmer- Leave Jacksonville....... 8.30 a m 5.55 p m
via
011 the Jesup.
Chattanooga
Train to
sane day; there will beheld sent free. Address MUNN &CO., SCIENTIFIC Day Pas M Pas. .... 8.03 I
? each ; lean .:,! Arrive Baldwin ........ 9.11 am p m Cars Gainesvilleto
;hon for County of the State; a general elected AMERICAN Office 2C1 Broadway New 1:ork. A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 9.15am 7.45pm Pullman Palace Sleeping
Con stables each County al- Leave Fernandina..................10.05 4.38 11.04 Savannah.
being Lake City..10.43 am p m
ftr >.. and ntdt1ed to tone Constable for MERCHANT TAILOR.R. Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.35 5.12 Live Oak............11.35am 1.30pm Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
CountY'two e1 registered; voters in the Arrive Callahan.....................11.20 6.14 Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.
shall provided >weiir, that no County G. Leave Callahan....................11.30 6.30 Monticello ......... 1.40pm 5.30am 'Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- I

. that h'e more than 'lwelve Constables; McQUITTYHas Leave Dutton...... ............ ....11.57 7.05P. Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.26 p m, 8.14 a m ville to Restaurant Savannah.A has. been opened at Way-

least two County shall be entitled to at removed his business to the rooms over }[. Leave Tallahassee......... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m abundant time will be allowedfor
and
nUmber Ofrog."sttabedles. : regardless of the the New York Bakery, on Centre street. Leave Brandy Branch..........12.12 7.22 Quincy............. 4.35 p m 10.30 am cross, trains.
i Arrive Bald win....................12.30 7.45 meals by all passenger
11 ntR erst He has received an assortment of seasonable Arrive Chatta. River.... 5.45 p m 12.23 a m Va. & Ga.
Florida or a VDC I Legislature o "the State of goods for gentlemen's wear, and is prepared Leave Baldwin.....................12.35 8.30 Connects at Jesup with E. T.,

tote 1881. did determine by make them to suit all tastes in the Leave Maxville.............:...... 1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No. for Brunswick. t
a to up 2. No. 4. with steamers for t
Savannah
to eacba0affi"t-Tr all the members elected best Leave Highland............ .........' 1.22 9.27 Connecting at
) Mail. and Balti-
t ouses' thereof that it is style.Repairing neatly done. Leave Lawtey.............;.......... 1.37 9.47 Accom. New York, Philadelphia, Boston
necessarj'toca 1.30 m
a Leave Temple's..... ............... 1.55 10.16 LcaveChatt'chee River.10.30 a m p more. )
COnstitutiocause revision of the entire Fernandina Fla. 12 1884. ?
July
.. .......11.52 3..15 m Charleston 'with steamers
Quincy ... a m p Connecting at
such> dptemi5nIfSaid State? and did enter Leave Starke................;........ 2.20 10.25 -
JOurnals S agon uptu their BAUKNIGHT Leave Thurston...................... 2.32 10.44 Arrive Tallahassee:12.55 p m 4.50 p m for New York, Philadelphia and Baltirnor-Rail
respectiveand W. K. ........ 1.05 5.20 m Tickets sold to all points by
Leave Tallahassee p in p Through
did 'ea5and thereon Arrive Waldo....................... 2.52 11.16 I
'refer ? and
the nays 'AGENT, Monticello......... 1.40pm 6.30pm and Steamship connections, Baggage :'
then lsame: to the. legislature A. 31.Leave ...... 9.55pm Also Sleeping Car berths
14islatu to ho c.c ? :i and, whereas the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Waldo........................ 3.00 1.00 Madison .... 3.43pm Checked through. office k
_...... 5.02 12.10 a m secured at Company's mAster's
of Live Oak.... p m and sections
to Wit said Leave Gainesville.................. 3.45 2.10
t3tatq then next chosen UTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, and at Depot N
; There Legis T> ,Lake City........... 6.04 p m 2.30 a m Building, 84 Bay street
.. ........ 2.36
by laturof Leave Arredondo........ 4.03
A. D
Ii : 1883 did | board People'sLine
l11ajorit j ANDDealer ........ 5.38am Ticket ,Office, and on
('ach ) of the members elected to; Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 Arrive Baldwin.... 7.39pm CHATTAHOOCHEE
6.20
in Ice ......: 7.43 amArriV'eJacksonV'ille. Steamers H. B. PLANT,
.... m
rensiouousCthereaf, agree to such proposed Leave Archer........................ 4.30 3.17 Leave Baldwin. p 7.36
.. 8.25 am JENNIE LANE.
... and
of 18S3 did h\:C'lerrotu.vJ1'6 said Legislature TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Leave Bronson...................... 5.00 4.00 pm JAS. L. TAYLOR, ,
cot umC1'dto rrQluh.on duly passed, re- WHARF Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.37 4.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains and 4 will General Passenger Agent. ,. J"
QI' the *" the next election BROOM STREET Leave Rosewood.................. 6.10 5.30 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but ':-'
ni Y A. 31. IVES Agent.
embers of the Legislature to vote 19-tf *FERNANDINA, FLA. Arrive Cedar Key................. 6.40 6.10 will run Mondays. ,

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::ii, f<:,:y4 4 .I ,, : ; i THE FLORIDA" MIRROR NOVEMBER' '1, '1884. "':> ,,; _, .::'l :, ; t: '. ',,<' I;. .

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\ o THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Presbyterian Church. forgetful of Mr. Jones': kindness. -THE!:- ...i'l: ; : : -_.,,},.:<<: '; r ,- R r;, : : --

J ,' ac Services to-morrow 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. :Miss Frances Gillen, a young lady teach- Florida Photographic View Co. ,

Xi*' + fj.OO A YEAR #7.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Morning subject: Pastor and People." In ing school at the voting place of this pre-

*: r : the evening a special service to young men. cinct, had her arm broken last Sunday HAVE OPENED APHOTOGRAPH .

.. .4 t i t,' : Reflection. All rnvlted. while at Church The accident was caused GALLERY,

., '. t ;( i by her striking on a root and falling as she
; ', .Mrs. returned from New York last The Election' News.
Kydd leaped from vehicle. She has to
a gone Opposite the Post-Office,
a 1 # I ;' Saturday. Arrangements are being completed for Two Millionsof
.
Jacksonville for treatment.
> surgical
..
HIjtf: t/ To-day quarantine will be discontinued the prompt reception of the election news where they propose ''to do first-class work,
Prof. J. S. Herbert has been
appointed as
'" forthe of Fernandina. by telegraph on Tuesday night, which will having -secured the services of MR. CHAS.
.. t. 4 : port be bulletined immediately for the benefit -- instructor of the school here, and he pro- DEWAAL, well known as' a superior Artistin acres of Farming, Orange

+ f U i:' !tAil the steamships running to this port poses to introduce into it vocal and instru- Portratit Photography. Timber and Grazing Lands'
of the public on the balcony at the Mirror solicited.
come in crowded with passengers. mental music and this I believe Patronage respectfully
rc our peo-
be
office. We to able before in
to
r + hope announce PHOTOGRAPHYalso situated 29 counties and
DSC
e t ;Rev. :Mr. Thackara is expected from New ple will highly appreciate.Next $& LAN APE ,
the election
midnight of Democratic
a promptly attended to. the
',x, York on the next Mallory steamer. President. Tuesday will find us rallying to the & comprising lands bought
ri 47 MARSHALL DOBBINS.
;Among the passengers of the Baa Antonio, standards Cleveland and Hendricks, Perry bySir Edward J. Reed, from

? were Capt. Ed Stone and wife, of St. Mary's. Mrs Grundy' Says: and Mabry, Hoyt and Mahoney and the deserving FOR r i >i r LJ I-"M i III iLARGE the State of Florida in 1881
ii 1t 1 ,That the skating'rink is being preparedfor remainder. TOM. ,
a John McGiffin returned from Poughkeep- active operation ; DWELLING AND STORE, are now offered at graded
sie 1 N. Y. b the this week. [The of the for PrecinctNo. extensive and
,] } Mallory steamer names inspectors yard-room gardens'
I ,That they should inaugurate the fall season prices. These lands were
11 were left off the list by mistake. '',To attached, on Alachua street; suitable for a selected -
Two of steel rails arrived in "
more cargoes with "bawl.
a
large family or boarding-house. Possessioncan I-Ion.
by Hugh A.
the committee the memorandum for Cor-
oblige
port this week for the Florida Railway & ,That ex-Mayor. Haley's shadow has not be given about August 1st.

Nayigation Company.The grown less while tripping o'er the land o' the advertisement was received just before ley, late Commissioner of t the

tit M.,' 1 going to press, and in the hurry the omissionwas For terms, etc., apply to State
Land Office and
!; man who shirks his duty on Tuesday beans and "punkins;; G. STARK. Mr.
made. The Mirror takes all the blame.
;,ty next, don't deserve the blessings of a free That'he finds it convenient to be carted ] Fernandina, May 2, 1884. M. A. Williams, late agent {for

and enlightened government. about town since his return ; Range of Thermometer sale of State lands which {fact
,t'' That the action of his cart is a beautiful QTAKDARD BIOGRAPHIES. J U 8 tReady ,
Mrs. G. Stark will return from the North FOB THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY,OCTOBER 3184, { is
on the State Texas Tuesday next, with the ,illustration of the "poetry'of motion ;" HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. BLAINE AND LOGAN. t! a guaranty of their hic4 i

That some of his victims remark on dismounting 271 octavo Illustrations. quality. The purchase known
Royal lull-page
( hats.
;' 4 latest styles in millinery and winter pages;
I E E
"It's mighty -but-!" > a" i
r: The: Thos. Collyer brought Wednesday 100 easy I. ,4 0.-. I Wind, TILDEN, CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS. as the Reed Purchase was only
{ That the new band is getting quite harmo- C'1
bales of cotton from Brunswick which were nious ; I r-- P"4 CI:) cSaturday. 774 Poyal octavo* pages; 35 full-page Illustrations. opened for sale this year, and

.;!, transferred here to the steamship Lorenzo That their neighbors commencing to Oct.5 70 79 79 78 N.E. Best Terms ever Offered to Agents. the lands have not been culled

;.:r D. Baker, of the Boston Line. are Sunday ..............26 72 80 79 N.E. 43"Outfit FREE, and ALL FREIGHT PAID.
return ; Monday ..........._27 71 80 781 N.E. Address II. S. GOODSPEED & CO., or picked over. No part has
Among those who returned home this That the energy! of Messrs. Stark and Tav- Tuesday...........28 70 80 180 77 S.E. 48 NEW YORK or CHICAGO.ESTABLISHED been reserved in

week were Mrs. Finn, Mrs. H; W. King, ell] in their efforts to tan calf-skin cannot be Wednesday.29 69 78 78 76 S.E. any manner,

z > Mrs. J. Whitney, Mrs. ,A. J. DeForest, Thursday ..........30 \ 70 79 78 \ N.'V. and the whole is open for sale.
': beat 761
,. ; Friday.......... ....31.68 78 78 N.'V. -GO TOPRES -,
/, Mrs.. Geo..R. Fairbanks, and J. H. Prescott That the street in front of their band- : Special prices on large tracts.

I'I' It.i j.;.,, .' and wife. ,room is thronged on practice nights. MARINE.Port Timber ,lands, virgin forests in
'
.<; r ,;: Don't fail to cast your vote early on Tuesday That the mooted question "to be or not to
bodies of
ii j :'; .1"\ : : next for honesty, economy and reform be" will be decided next Tuesday; of Feniandlna.HIGH QUIPS 50,000 acres and up-
.
I ; l:,, This you can only do, by voting for Clever That if the"to-bes" are "not to be," then WATER. wards. Lands sold for cash,

,,;: : )!_'. land, Perry, Dougherty and Hoyt and : the "not-to-bes" are "to be," and if so be Saturday, Nov. 1....., 6:11: A.M. 6:33 P. M. or on long time.
2..... 7:04" 7:25"
Sunday,
: "
; 'i : Mahoney. ; "not-to-bes" "to be then "shust
",- + the are 3...... 7:54 8:16 "
I J Monday, : : The Florida Land and Co
1< Mortgage
:,\': It t .J The side-show election will be held in the i look a Jeedle out" for paint. Tuesday, 4...... 8:43: 9:04" HOUSE

II"" / ;;, r" grand jury i room, at Lyceum Hall on Tuesday I That the Key Line freight office corps area Wednesday,. u ': 5.: ... '9:53": 9:51 (LIMTED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
i a/ "
.;.:10:21 10:38
Thursday :
,
s f i Wandell and W.'F. [ jolly set;
Messrs. J. E.
.1. next.
", :. Friday 1......11:10 11:32 LFORSHOES.-
!. r 14"t V. Scott have been appointed by the Cleve. That about all they are shipping now is ENTERED.

': '\ ;' 'f i land and Perry Club as inspectors. per-Simmons: Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from ,
That there is more billing" than cooing Brunswick daily with freight and pas- .j "
t ,1.,. : .:" The steamship San Antonio sailed for New sengers, to F. \\!. Simmons, agent. ; .' .,
done there; Oct. San Antonio, Wilder, from .s : .
: ;'j, York on Thursday evening with the following -' 28-Steamship .
New fork freight and to ,
1 That F. W. will bill anything over the ; passengers '
''f t cargo: 306 bales eotton, 283 cases cedar, R. W. Southwick, agent.
IS .
t ,!'F, line, from a steamboat toa toothpick; 27-Steamship Jesse H. Freeman, Anderson,
:,.;, '" 170 bbls. rosin 54 bbls. spirits. 2,800 boxes
from Baltimore Fred W.
.1" That he finds it convenient to have a ; freight to .
oranges, 75 cans shrimp, and 70 packages of Hoyt &Co.
j'r "Tucker'1 and several "fellers" as at 28-Steamship Lorenzo D.Baker,Wiley,from
c ,, t-\ merchandise. tachments. Boston; freight and passengers,to Fred
': General Perry received a magnificent ovation I W. Hoyt&Co.
t 'f'i' That the inquisitive stranger doth now per Steamship City of :Monticello, :McKee,
';' at Jacksonville Ten' from the St. John's River and
on Thursday. ; freight
:,\ ::1, ambulate our streets, asking for the principal for Charleston.
; ; : thousand people were present, and the utmost passengers of Palatka from
: t: ; points of interest; 29-Steamship City Vogel,
'.l;;, : .I enthusiasm prevailed. The spirit of Charleston; freight and passengers for
That there is where he "sticks" us every St. John's River landings.
,: 1' > I campaign: has been maintained to the St. Usina from
,; : time; 25-Steam-packet Nicholas APE OFFER TO THJB:: TRADE ,
last and ; and passengers, to
victory.
i ; presages
: <: :' That we trust it will not be ever thus. F. W. Simmons agent. AND AT RETAIL:

: .\ ,; :' "One of the opposition leaders," who supposes 26-Steam-packet Everglade, Joiner, from
Savannah to Mr. Lorimier
,
'.:' .'r.lr i himself to he the person referred to in NEXT TUESDAY the great battle of agent.430Steampacket. ; freight CORN OATS HAY BRAN

,fW ..,t'. our paper of the 18th October in the paragraph the ballots takes Florida St. Nicholas, Usina, from ,
j". t 1'tJ' place. ex- Savannah; freight and passengers, to
headed Bisbee's Fair Play, desires :Mr. Lorimler, agent.
is pects every man to do his duty. Steam-packet Everglade, Joiner, from GRITS AND
4" to correct the statement so far as he con- FLOUR MEAL
Savannah; freight, to :Mr. Lorimier, ,
a, cern.ed by saying that casually met one ofWalls' Let every patriotic citizen appoint agent.
27-Schooner Kate V. Aiken, Brown, from
P supporters near Lyceum Hall, who himself a canvasser and visit person- Charleston

situation and 28-Schooner Emma J. : McGee, from Brick Lime Cement Plaster.A .
; introduced the political l suggested ally every man he knows who is in Philadelphia, steel Meyer rails for the Flor- ,
;i t' that he should meet Walls to talkit
.
ida Railway &Navigation Company.
doubt about voting and him to
get
i'
Mulford.Selover PhlIadelv.hta
over; that some time afterwards he 28-Schooner R. S. -

was called out of Island City Hall, where a go to the polls. This is the way & Navigation; steel rails Company.,to Florida Railway A stock of CHOICE FAMILY

r "'"n .". Republican meeting was being held, to see elections are won. CLEARED. ..(1 GROCERIES always on hand.

a Walls, and had some conversation with him Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for
Get before
Brunswick daily, with freight and our prices buying.
i as to his addressing the Republican meeting, Notes Front Brandy Branch. passengers by F. W. Simmons, agent. I

but he denies having attempted to bribe. Oct. Steamship City of San Antonio, Wilder, FRED W. HOYT & CO.
for New York; freight and passengers,
J As the Mirror has no desire to make any personal BRANDY BRANCH, October 29, 1884. by R. W. Southwick, agent.

1 reflections we cheerfully give the sub To the Editor of the Mirror: 28-Steamship Jesse H. Freeman, Anderson V SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,
for 'Baltimore, freight, by Fred .
i ;, stance of his explanation. Precinct No. 11 seems to have been either. Hoyt& Co." FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
r 29-Steamship Lorenzo D. Baker, Wiley, for .
forgotten or terribly ignored by the man
Boston; freight and passengers, by-
::7' pis ; : Three Steamships in one Day. agers of the side show" exhibition of this Fred W. Hoyt &'Co.
oj On Wednesday there lay at the same time 28-Steamship City of Monticello, :McKee;
in not to it for
county, giving inspectors freight and passengers for Charleston.
: "I! +:' ;' < at the railroad wharf the steamship San Antonio next Tuesdays election. Why this is so, Steamship City of Palatka,Vogel: freight

I' : of the New York Mallory Line; at the and passengers for St. John's River
: none of our good people are able to explain, landings.
;i Centre street wharf the steamship Monti- unless perhaps we might take comfort to 25-Steam-Packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for
i" y ; cello of the Charleston and Florida Line; Savannah; freight and passengers, by
,
+) s t ourselves in believing that this honarable Mr. Lorimier, agent.
and at the Broome street wharf the steam- 27-Steam-Packet :Everglade, Hazlitt, for Savannah -
of self-
t ourselves
s 4 i body thought capable
j
; freight, by :Mr. Lorimier,
c i ship Lorenzo D. Baker, of the Boston and
and consequently needed no agent.
government,
set rfy : Florida! Line-all of them vessels of large 28-Steam-Packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for
,. ; help nor advice. Because, we did not think Savannah: freight and passengers, by Florida Boston and Baltimore.DIRECT .
: well loaded
+ + carrying capacity, which were
+ :, j j that we had disfranchised ourselves by any Mr. Loriniier, agent. ,
',r '. 'j with the products of Florida for Northern 27-Schooner F. E. Halleck,Moore, Philadel-
of rebellion against the interest of
spirit
} phia; lumber, by J. C. Read.
# | markets. We seem to realize the fact common society, or in any other conduct 28-Schooner Minnie fc Gnssie French, New
2i\
i that Florida has a seaport and that her commerce York;lumber, by Billiard & Bailey. FROM
4:r, that had rendered us aliens to the cause of 2S--SehoonerE11a3LllawesLivingstonNew

a c will seek her own ports. We only our general good. Taking courage, then, in York; lumber, by Payne, Cook& Co. '
li.
t. Schooner! Emma J. Meyer, McGee, New FERNANDINA.BO'STOB .
+ need the expenditure of a comparatively STEAMER U'
4 ,', j the hope that the first sentiment was the York; lumber, by Patterson& Co.
i' 'II i t moderate sum to increase the depth} of wateron of committee rest Schooner Isaac K.Stetson, Trask Trini- -
peaceful one our we
,
t
; easy dad; lumber, by J.'E. Davis& Brp.
the of Fernandina
the bar to
place port for future developments.Last Schooner B. F. Hart, Humphrey, Dema-
\ 1 with that of Savannah rara lumber, by.J. Mizell &Bro
I on an equal footing ,, Sunday was a great dayfor the primitive -! ; ;

i'' ,,, : and to, reclaim the..commerce of our State ', Baptists at Arneis, their church house -IN PORT. & EERNANDINA STEAMSHIP LINE.
linden
Bark Hjemmet (Nbr.), Ingem ; Schooner ,
I I wlich nov goes to build up the port of a on the St. Marys. Itwas, the Sabbath day: ..Lizzie. Patrick,Meyer;Schooner Anita,Jewett; ,' 71

;; riv it State. of their Annual Association, at which many Schooner R. S..Mulford, ,Selover. 'TEAMERS OF THE ABOVE LINE ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL DIRECT AS
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ZVbcnMr. .Dougherty takes his seat with :FOLLOWS: : .
r: people go for as many purposes.. Preachingwith Xovclttas
'*. *,1 ':, Col. Davidson, and Florida has united representation .
the elde/s ; courting with the unmarried In Shawls, Nubias'and Jerseys,

i. 'i: :i in Congress, we believe our ports ; racing and horse-trading with the lovers AT P.\CL FC JE's.:;: FROM. BOSTON. FROM: FERNANDINA.

will receive the attention they are entitled
w ;) \ ; her iQsition. Mr of that sport; whisky-drinking, and po- Overcoats and ',::inter ClothingAt -Videttc.......................TTedijesday, October 29. Lorenzo D.Baker.Wednesday, October 29.
'. to;!and Florida will assscrt! '- and '
1 ;. Btybee has worked against us. Mr. Dough litical .cHll"nssillg'ith others be, a thousand -' cost, ? AT PAUL FCNI KL'S. ,Lorenzo"D. Baker: Wednesday, November 5. Vidette............-....'Wednesday, November 5.
peculiar things may seen, unno-
+ '..1' crtV, will be found to be the Representativeof ticed by those who go there to worship. Call an Scq, the rent Bargains Vidette..................."Wednesday:, November 12. Lorenzo D.Baker,Wednesday,November 12.

,; ., .the District and of the State. The house being, crowded, preaching was In, Blankets.. *,i at-r-'Y- '-L-tJ, __ -,--._ J._ & T, KTDD'S. Lorenzo D.Eater,Wednesday, November 19. Videtts.................."Wednesday, November 19-

,,-','- : ". ,I and that held forth,in the woods under the weeping :\' : Clam Chowder. ; Vidette.........:......."Wednesday! November 26. Lorenzo D.Baker,Wednesday, November 26.jeSrTIic .
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branches of huge live oaks, amid clusteringsaw This everiSnjtnt;

a '1' ,t .' tit( ket is correct in every detail and 1 I palmetto farther than the, eye could tf ._'J. FRED, LOIIMAX'S: Steamer X.ORENZO BAKER: carries Passenger Passage rate-

: between TSosion and( Fernandina $20, including Jleals! and State-IIooin.
particular; that it is printed on 'reach which presented a scene as rustic as /: Bargains iri Dress GoodsAt ,

the mind could wish. .. :TIIKOUGU TICKETS TO ALL FIORID.POIXTS..
;:: vvjjiite paper, has no marks, figures,n J. &; T. KYI>D's.

S ';,' printing or writing of any kind"on 1 A delegation"from this place reached Dut-; -Ill.inkets and Comforts; 7 ,
ton at 10 o'clock by rail on Sunday morningand .
r (' tl\O\ reverse side; that it contains the at one o'clock-we were mixing with'the Below. cost: JAr- PAUL FCXKE'S. BALTIMOES' & :FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. ,

i of the and thai t multitude the St. '
j names:: candidates thronging upon Mary's.! "Spielitlitl st ck 01& Fine Clothing;:
i .
.e : : they are correctly: named and spelled.,, For, our passage tb'fhe church" 'our party was Just receivc 'at' r '"- "J., &-T. KYDD'S. The Steamer JESSIE II. FREEMAN of this Line, appointed to leave nalt!

indebted_ t ; lie SURE your ticket is correct. Special Da'C BargainsAt Steamer will leave Fernandina Wednesday, November 5th, and every succeeding tenthday
Adams, whose cleverness in supplying us
J. &'T.J YJD'S? but you can get then after that date.
i ,,:ith'ox-tcams, made, it both! pleasant and : and and :aH 1
1 lrotlcc.11 every day.Warranty..tultl. Bills of Lading issued through rates given between Boston, Baltimore,

1 All parties having claims against Cleveland unique, all of which we enjoyed hugely. points in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.For .

,' : and Perry Club No. 1, or cither of the On our return 'home,'.)fr. S.' Jones whose Mortgage Deeds. further information! apply to

I o County or Precinct Executive, Committees, kindness extended to all who know, him, PAPER-GO GTS PER DOZEN. SEAVERNS & CO., Agt's, FRED W. HOYT & CO., Ag'ts,

r'' are requested present them to the under gave us the use of his teams and trucks, and LINEN"lpJl'S' sent upon receipt.. >of ,2-cent 93 South Market'Street, Boston. Second Street, Fernaiulina-
a t .. sig'ned forthwith for settlement. stamp. Address ...... "
; CHAS. II. BERG. soon all were home again; delighted with.; I FLORIDA MIRROR J. 'D. SMALL' & CO., 'Agt's, E. J.. TRIAYE, A'g't P.R.&N.C.,

hic', l t Fernandina Fla:, Oct. 31, 1881. ,. our excursion, but not too much so to be 2G Fernandina,*FIa. 49V: Baltimore. Jacksonville.


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