Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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11?i.n" rO 1"S 0 OIAL VO. T E.t the animal products when out, not, having. ANSWERING. i l' ELAINE.vsr I divided into two States in '1862, furnishingtwo orange tttteddubful_ _and_' Sm p rolabl rL ir f 1 i
iti J -' them at my table. Republican Senators; and Nevada and frost regions/we are remanded tbt.. +
.:TUE raw,. LT Vf RIFIES, TII *' oFFIciAL_ FIGURES.Aif Now compare this diet with one of fleshor SOUTHERN (XLOREI.r.>a'REPUBLICAN;: LEADERS Nebraska were subsequently brought in effort, of keeping the sap from rising until'the '

> AJsnr, Npvember, 2.*, The Slate.Board : a mixed one. The latest analysis shows CORRECTING BLAIN. RECKLESS SLANDERS .with the same purpose, so as to keep a twos the.a cold is past Now what should.obsersa- '
of Cajiifassers; t*>rday c*leted its labors flesh to contain from 70 to 74 per cent of. ONTH: I SOUTH. thirds majority on.hand. tion! do for us? .Weil,just this-a and we arc 4

andjjdjournfdf: The piMedings! through-:, water, the dry residue being very rich in I believe that Cle... iand', administration To intensify this partisan policy, carpetbaggers glad to have the experience ofProH SteBfe,.. "K +
out iere haipnonious aiflivithout a ripple' nitrogen, and it contains a little carbonaceous -. will be characterizexas \\by such, conservatism 'were" adopted as its administrative e of Mobile, in the same, direction-it should '
of :e 'ctt.eD1ef.t.: No quqfcns arose that or fatty matter. ,Hence to live on will, make: "t' oneJJf; the ,most,successful agents, and- with what effect need not' be teach us'that by reason of such warmth and:r ''

werE*'iir!t easily, properly d satisfactorily .meat alone, as much.as 8 pounds a day is. in the' history of\o' i'. Presidents. In. this 'told now. That. foul chapter in our public protection, those trees planted on the sorrtJ ;
eu.IN1.', Th .technical e in .several.of 'necessary, Then.there are to: be considered view I have with J-"f 5 many of the most- history reacted against its authors. It pro- side of the house are_ started? earlier,,'irz' 7Y, i

the counties were rectifiet ? general con- the : 'animals, which are communi- prominent colored 1 .publicans throughout voked the anger of the intelligent impartiality growth and the sap sent up into the'bbdc .,
sentiar. _I t d the"result, as dented, verifies the' cable to man'if that flesh be not.thoroughly I the South. We malVijevery 1 effort to elect of .the 'North, and it was ,,one of ,the and branches before the spring. weather ii ', + ,I, ,
unofficial figures beret re published. cooked all through,; and as very few of our Mr.:.Blaine because ft; eras the candidate of many_ causes that led up to the election of permanently settled ; while-those on..the

i the j vote on thflhead of the animals live a perfectly natural life, most of the Republican ps t' ; and the colored.peo- 'Mr.Tildenin. 1876 and to the? defeat of Mr. north side or in the open groundliave +
Tao elec!{+,ii ral I ticket. the offici(plurality is as them are more or less diseased especially ple have' alway t' ted with that 'party-, Blaine in 1884. such warmth and protection and "are -not '
., '1 .. the fat ones; The excess of nitrogen taken Since his deiftjs i ::people have been more The engineers got hoist with their own therefore urged forward so rapidl to begiux ,
.,10" 11 Q\.,! .: .. .1 eating ilesh meat las to than; gratitieit,,(. t' ol1rse"of" white their and often -dt- :
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IJlaJeT"nn: ...(..................... .........502.001 I be got rid of by the liver kidneys and Democratic'friu wAri5thingbut thekindest ing to degrade and to weaken the white struction,-while the former.are killed"ddvra. l
----- I I'I lungs; hence, these organs are overtaxed words havebeftV_ Ik.e"lor| us. We recognize race, and to elevate the 'black, race above But those on the north side- and-initLt .. "' 'I! '
!ijl llTl1itr.frr; Cleveland. .............1,047Ouendorftjr and much disease is the consequence. In the fact tt Itt,, white Democrats of them the Republican leaders have conferred open ground do-not. always esc 'P -why. .,',

; ,' who headed a Democratic. fact 'were it not for flesh food we doctors the South are thou t among ..whom our upon the latter power which could never then, it may be asked; are they, also;semr-- C I

electoral ticfuit, ran behij the highest' should have very little ,to do. living fortunes are cast. .I can safely say, in speak- have been attained without' the Fourteenth times killed? This may be accounted for !) ji j
elccforion t ticket. { Gen. Inxs C. Priest, :' in towns cannot afford to eat much flesh ing for myself and 5:('!00,000 colored 'people Amendment to the Constitution. The six- in a similar manner. If a tree ispl>tintE: ; liiii's
lOfiWesl! { : jPHakeman, who aded the Re- 'because he does not get sufficient excercise of the South, that if,'Governor Cleveland's. teen Southern States would have been enti- so close to a building or shed that iS I'Oo i

p "1.rllcin electoral.I ticket ra Jour votes be- and oX'gen'to burn up the excess of nitro-. administration carries; out only: half of the tled to 'representation for: the number of extend under and thus receive the terBlir;! I
hied (:?'arson', who was the tt'l'hest on. theR'cpubhcan gen. If he does eat this flesh,.and if ,,lie.eat promises which hap e;'\been made before the free white persons and three-fifths of all tion, warmth and protection of the- u.i1i1.-: i t
ticket.. Hamil | Harris received much then he must suffer from many complaints ': next ejection. t1 ecolor.oo vote will be equally 'other persons under the old Constitution. ingit will be started thereby into early spring- K
a*the.ainallest number I votes of any! such as indigestion bilious attacks' .divided between thej\vo' arties. There is Emancipation has added two-fifths to this growth notwithstanding the locationof +

elector: on e'Republican ticil i running 30 congested liver, haemorrhoids, gastric .no, reason why'' the'cylored vote should be capital. In round numbers these States the body.and branches, on the north side of"' +i, ,
behind Bla.k;eman. The duff. nce between i catarrh and other gastric troubles. If, the solidly Republican.There is every reason would have under the present apportionment the building. .In this condition it would lip ;
uk lowest Cleveland elector :|I the highestBlaiiiu habit be continued in, gall stones or:urinary why_it may become largely Democratic. I fifteen :and a half millions for distribution ,. killed down the same as if on the south j f* i\i
elector'JS' as follows: 1'' calculi may follow,or,rheumatism and'gput. number: _among'.iny sends many of the by the original method, whereas by side. Of course, some varieties of -oran; ? '

Ottt'nt'orf r fi(lowest Cleveland!........563,048Carspii Then the kidneys become' diseased; and most prominent Democrats.of- State_ and the :Thirteenth .,and Fourteenth Amend-. are much hardier than others and wig, '; 't; i,
: (highest Blaine).........1.........572.001Plurality more work is thrown on the'' heart, which their kind expressions_ towards:' our race. ments they' get three millions additional, or' withstand_ much more cold which 'simpJ.r t ,, i,;t

.a I for Cleveland:...!......'.....'i,Q43 becomes also diseased ; the end is death by when harshness mig :.i aiave'beeii? expected a population only one-fourth less than the means:! that, better adapted' to the changed of +' ? I
Taking! the vote cast for the lghst electoron one of the lingering diseases. which showsa assures mrjf: '1 ail'. ng them are to be foundth six ,New 'England States together. More- the climate; or as we say, 'acclimated," }' i
,jadi ticket the figures are I follows: diseased organ somewhere. Even epilepsy ; true frienas..YR the colored man. This over, between 1860 and 1880 the'colored they remain dormant longer in the spjinp '
... and many nervous diseases are aggravatedby silly. senSatiorfabotitJ!: )5 iegroes being put back population these States increased nearly and do not respond to the shorts P ells. o.t+ t,
Print (Clev|>land)................ .... 563,154 L '
Car:')f I).(Blaine; )..;...........,.".....1.........562,005.Plurality flesh. Cancer is on the increase, and into slavery. has,. :I aruT- sorry to say, been. two millions, notwithstanding the ravages weather by sending up their se I," ';. i
a from some observations I have made, it may, spread among the colored people. They of a tremendous civil war. and putting, out foliage P rematurel F_ '
'. for Cleveland....., ..........1,149 be indirectly traced to flesh.. Consumption, 'now find that they have been .imposed on States,- like individuals do not readily relinquish This: .accounts, sometimes for the escape ; l" +

Tix| ; difference,between the 1*est electors i .has only: a remote connection with'fl.esh,lt .and they have already. become thoroughly the possession of power. The of one grove ,and.the. destrne- i
on .tSa respective ticket; thus, own : being 'due chiefly to want of' fresh, air. reconciled to the election of the Democratic South has been advanced in strength beyondall .tion of another, showing no. difference '' 'I y +
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Ottendorfer" (Cleveland). Vegetable'food is cheap, contains an abundant ticket. 'It was.first staled as a mere joke the most cherished expectations of :Mr. surrounding conditions. Much also tit I
''3 i (Blaine) ......................|.......561,971 f yl
supply of nutriment at'firstcost, and but was looked uponby the more fearful in Calhoun and his 'followers in direct contra- pends upon the <:uItiYation.and.thri of bt- ; I ,

tplurality for Cleveland..... .......,..1,077n our systems are so formed as to'use it with a serious light.. We:; believe that the ad- diction of all their theories. They compactedthe grove. A. highly fertilized and well-kepx
YKc grand I total l ballots cas the'State least expenditure of vital force. We use no ministration of\Governor Cleveland will be Southern States on the basis of.slavery grove must necessarily respond quicker: te>-. '

for;Cleveland and Elaine electo .supposingrtysix 'cruelty in obtaining our food and can easilysee a good one.-Interview of W. A. Pledger; to make minority owerful. Now, throughthe the warm impulses of returning spring, and, : '

each''person :to have voted for t : was if it be wholesome or in a rotten state. colored Chairman of the- Georgia Republican freedom of these former. slaves, those of course, encounter the sudden freeze with
40,5i5,018 of' which the Democ ticelectorsTec By means of our diet much disease is State Committee.The .- States have become greater and wield vastly -tender fibres from the too exuberant sap.

: eived 20.273,068, and the Republican prevented and even most chronic cases of condition of the colored 'people,can more power than they could have. done In the open ground several days of macs: '

electors 20;231,950, the differen being 41.- present disease can be alleviated by it., If, not be changed or affected in the least devoted un
life::; bidding, th 3by.thirty-sis.' he number .we, want//.a,S1 n'-.,;dietary, we'have"thefollowing' !" ":' .ria.\o.l333 .$...<'I'-v'; -: 't..;.1"1 WjIil1i:; t Li ':Jp/TXillt u Lri JJiawhitaroan.anli) : :: in :,the" 'spring? will l. be 'Sufficient. to start the. ," vat'
of selectors gives the average )emocratic foods to choose"from : Wheat, for Mr. Elaine. and there is no doubt black' man stand on a level before the law sU % tie/"lessYhardS" .br"mofe fmp\rlsiit- i !

plurality in this State 1142. oats, barley maize rice sago tapioca, semolina that my personal interest and the interest of and under the Constitution. If the South. varieties, especially if their surface feeder: ii r, a t
hominy pease beans, lentils, etc., many of my friends and acquaintanceswould had the power to take away suffrage from I have been nutured and the way left open 1
r. CHEAP AND GOOD FVOD. which are all concentrated foods and very have been best subserved by his the negro, it is the very last thing that for the sun to reach them ; while the more-

pd: R. Allison, writing to thl London rich in nutriment. Potatoes, parsnips election. Nevertheless, in my opinion the would be attempted. If the Republican hardy or better acclimated will require-:> i ,

Times, says; Allow me to bring nder the beets carrots, turnips, onions, cabbage success of Governor Cleveland will do more party had the power to undo the privilege much longer period to be affected by the 1

notje. ; of your readers some experiments I sprouts, etc., give variety, bulk, and flavor ; to destroy race prejudice than ten thousand it would be part of their future platforms.The warming change perhaps because thifjr e '
h4'u''fijust concluded to solve the di cult of to these may be added the sweet herbs for civil rights bills. I think the election of conditions have changed through dif- feed less at the surface where the warrath'is cr'1

feding: our poor in London and tfcewhere.Tle making savory dishes. Apples pears, currants Mr. Cleveland will result finally in a political fering interests. The negro is indispensibleto greater. These indications should guide tht. : ''fi
? Cry 9'that food is so dear that he poor gooseberries plums strawberries revolution in the south, which will the South for his labor and he is im- grower somewhat and teach him at least: u.

cans; :Scarcely live. This cry is tni if they rasps blackberries, and other fruits with completely destroy the color line. New mensely valuable as a new factor in politics. few things, that he might do with tolerable i '+ ".

win f to lire on luxuries, but if tley will melons peaches grapes etc., are high priced parties will be formed, composed of both The South has therefore the first interest in safety toward the establishment of a g rose-_ rI:
Jive:; on wholesome r but plain and I lealthy but wholesome fruits. The dried fruits as races in which each member will be equal. protecting the black man, not only for the First to plant only the hardiest varieties +"
fare,;they can do so for very little. IA little dates, figs apple rings currants raisins etc., -From Interview with Ex-Governor Pinchback, reasons given but because the interests of that will pay in. the market ;'secondv.ti* z' 1

overa: mdnth ago I determined to give up are cheap and good. To these may be added colored, Collector of New Orleans. the colored population will constantly re- plant them under the protection -other I
all| expensive articles of food and live lmost tinned goods. Thus one can see the immense 'I enforce its representation in Congress and trees and not under the sides of buildings -

ascheaplYtas possible Having left on flesh variety of tasty things we have and THE ELECTORAL :VOTES OF THE correspondingly in the Electoral Colleges. and third (as Prof. Stelle advises), not to
these to suit all We can add to railed fertilize and cultivate so highly as to hang j '
foods( for nearly two years and lecturing, purses. SOUTH. Mr. Blaine ought to have againstthe '
.J frequently: the question of food, I knew these milk, butter, cheese, eggs and honey, "Forty-two Presidential electors are assigned policy of his party which he sustained them sappy and growing in the early spring i
what to s 'lect. Looking over my food ac- which are got without killing animals. to the South on account of the col- throughout, instead of assailing the South, We say plant under the protection of other '1t
cohnts I found milk butter, eggs, and But if we take animal food, then fish is ored population", said. Mr. Blaine in his which had no part nor lot in bringing about trees not to shield from the northern winds> '

cljeefcc, with tea and coffee were fairly ex- least injurious then beef and mutton while recent speech at Augusta. Senator Brownof the present condition of things. His defeatas but 'from the southern sunshine, whicl
.: penis*ve articles, and none of them necessary, veal pork, game etc., are very indigestible* Georgia .estimates the number of these a candidate for the Presidency was one warms the surface and starts the growth. !
. so? I gave no overshadowing trees to keep the sunshine I t
Oji October 19 I began my experiment ; my THANKSGIVING------11ECIPES. The difference between the two statementsis States could not have mustered one hundred w 1

I w 'ig11t; wAs then 8 stone 8 ounces. I con- .- not material to the argument. The great and fifty-three electoral votes if the Thirteenth from the surface the same object maybe u
ti ingd tubs purely vegetarian diet for a HOW TO MAKE OYSTER SAUCE AND CRANBERRY fact stands that the political power of the and Fourteenth Amendments had effected with a dense undergrowth of I F

month, When my weight was 9 stone 3 JELLY AND A POINT ABOUT THE PUMPKIN. South has been largely increased, and will not been passed.-New York Sun. evergreens until the orange trees are large' ,
f enough to protect or shade their own :roots..
p outid S V2 ounces or a gain of 3J pounds. Stuff the Thanksgiving turkey with oys- continue to grow with each recurring cen- a
Mjfrienus; said I looked well; I felt well ters and serve with oyster sauce made as sus. It certainly does not lie in Mr.Elaine'smouth Orange Cnlture-On the Wrong Side. ," Let the grouncl.be shaded around them and't"tlie I
mid slid niy usual work the same as ever. IwalJed follows : Put two ounces of butter in a to complain of this result of a policyfor of the House. winds will be cool enough to keep
; from. 10 to 15 miles daily, seeing saucepan on the stove ; as soon as it is which he voted in the Thirtyeighthand Along the seacoast of South Carolina and down the temperature at the surface, '*. -'

.< patients: or taking exercise. Here is an ac- melted add a tablespoonful of flour and stir Thirty-ninth Congresses.Just Georgia and throughout Northern Florida vided the latter is not covered with' heatr ''

connt of my dietary, which cost me little until thoroughly mixed ; then add a pint of as the rebellion was about to collapsea reaching as far into the interior as South generating materials, which should neve-
mora titan sixpence a day, and I could boiling water slowly stirring all the time, Republican Congress passed resolution, west Georgia orange trees are found be used in winter though such mulching; is
. easily livq for less without luxuries : Breakfast and when the sauce thickens set it on the : February 1. 1865. submitting the Thirteenth planted generally on the south side of very beneficial in summer to keep off the.

'consisted of a basin of porridge, made back of the stove and mix with it the yolkof I Amendment to the Constitution prohibiting dwellings although killed down in, those sun where the surface is exposed and ton '

from! a mixture: : of oatmeal and wheatmeai;' an egg well beaten, with a teaspoonfulof slavery, to the thirty-six States then in the situations as often as a freeze occurs severe tain moisture. Wild groves are generally
which I found more palatable than either cold water ; season with'salt and white Union. That amendment was promptly enough to destroy them. A few more ob- found in forests of other trees and densely-

singly. This I usually ate .with bread to pepper and add some blanched oysters and ratified according to an official proclamationof servant people will tell that those trees shaded from above. This situation though ...... "' ;
insure thorough insalivation. Then came the juice of half a lemon. December 18. 1865. which by chance or for ornament stood in favorable to growth and luxuriance is not

bread fried in refined cotton seed oil, or Cranberry jelly made in this way is very When the Thirty-ninth Congress met, the the open ground either escaped destructionor 'favorable to the fruit bearing ; but remorc- I. ;

frie(3j( vegetable. haggis. For drink I had a good : Put'one quart of cranberries in an Republican leaders set their wits to work to suffered less from the freeze; but even the shade above and retain it below, and:,.'"'. !
cup i trf cocoa or fruit syrup, with warm water earthenware pipkin or a granite-lined sauce utilize the enfranchised race as an elementof these have 11.ot' delved into the true situationand both conditions' are met, which somear .
. water and informed themselves to the whys tempt to do by mulching, .and lose or/bett h; I
and isugar. The cocoa used was an ordinary pan; cover with place over a party strength. Some of the wisest of as
one; with; plenty; starch in it, which makes quick fire.. When cooked press through a them were adverse to experiment; but and wherefores. It is known that orange their:groves badly injured by not reDJdviu{;:" :b J

thick! drink, and no milk is then required. fine collender, so that the skins, about a they gave way under the temptation of anindefinite trees are seldom if ever, killed by a freezein it in winter.-Savannah .J.Yews. :.): .': t,

Dinner. consisted of a thick vegetable soup spoonful remain in the collender. Pour lease of power,. promised by the mid winter, however severe, but alwaysin 11": i I

grid.;bread. potato pie savory pie, vegetarian. the juice into the saucepan or pipkin and managers as the outcome of. the negro vote. the spring after the rising of the sap, Governor Cleveland has received a ,ne'1'I I 1 t'
pie t ;; vegetable stew stewed rice and tomatoes add two cupfuls of granulated sugar and The Fourteenth Amendment, conferring which, indeed being a liquid freeze, and in honor. His name has been attached to tliY. ;lj*,{ !

etc.' For a second course I had bread boil ten minutes, and, then pour into a suffrage and declaring that "Representatives freezing expands and bursts the tender tissues finest diamond ever cut in the new woriiiL_ :'' !I
plain pudding, stewed rice and fruit, baked mold., It must be borne in mind that the shall be apportioned among the several of the growing buds and bark. As the Simon D essan, the New York- diamon<1'.i-m.- JI I

s? t', tapioca and apples stewed prunes more quickly cranberries are cooked .the States according to their respective numbers freezing sap, then, is the cause of the bursting porter on the day after the election coneII: ,I
I ij raisins and bread. Tea meal consisted more brilliant their color will be. Twentyfive counting the whole number of persons in of the tissues and, consequently of the menced cutting a very large diamoacC: ; I

(} bread and jam stewed fruit, or some greens minutes is long enough. each State excluding Indians not taxed," destructionof the trees, the question is weighing sevent -eight-carats, which wilt: 7 ;

.ufl', as watercress. celery, tomatoes etc. I Excellent pumpkin or squash pies may was submitted to the State Legislatures bya how to keep the sap from rising until the weigh forty to fifty carats when finished. Iris 1, '
h \only I three meals a day and frequently, be made after the following recipe : Boil resolution of Congress 'June 16,1866, and danger is past or how to keep it from freezing without a flaw, and will be worth $40,00S K ."..).':1,.
the Boston marrw" after it rises. The latter has been tried to $50,000 when cut. Mr. Dessan has nan eit:
whn. very'busy, I bad only two and a cup pumpkin or squash was ratified on July 28, 1863. :
of Cocoa] and a biscuit for supper. I always in salt and water until quite soft drain and Supplementary to these amendments were with poor success even with isolated trees if "the Cleveland gem," and as such it

used,, the whole meal bread, as it is laxative strain through a collender, so that it may the reconstruction measures, including, the by covering with various materials, but promises ,to become- historical, being the* .
and-contains a good deal of nitrogen, whichis be as dry as possible. For two quarts of Civil Rights act, since declared to be unconstitutional chiefly by planting the trees on the south largest and most perfect 'gem ever cut on':. I I

thrown 1 away with.the'bran. The cottons r.umpkin or squash add two quarts of van- by' the Republican: Supreme side the house, where it was supposed the American continent. i
etJ oil is a cheap and good cooking oil, and 1I1a. three teaspoonfuls of ground ginger. Court, all designed to crush down the whitesof they would be saved by shielding them i
half a teaspoonful of ground mace and half
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is, impossible to detect. This diet I 'continued a large nutmeg.. Sweeten to taste and bake the South and to solidify the blacks as from the north winds. As : methods j ;
for:n month and now I only take with only an under-crust. Republican voters. Old Virginia had been failed to so great: an extent as to render sonville next Monday.
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s; t' .. ,, a : feet No, *papa.- I onl\Uaughed I Why, : you Bec1) .
h I 'i. in 'hot water;, .her head tied up, but ',* this ? said my father, turning.to me i tell you, 3 r..I 3"", 1 d ..befwhfi; \ Xj:
II Wlfch t.e the wich'otlier gaslight, love through the! gloom the r oon," ,n,' _. with a,beatific expression; on her lion; atheIrh.ear a< something I. : of jHis.I. whenTI sternly, to my great alarm. f legs tJ k e v/V A.my iff. If I could<'gIt:
Gi.rtha 1''.):)bOn.men a boom: '. est black face. was a boy, said Cousin enry, cr and I only told her a proverb, fal-. rid of de.Makes i t, rlli J1\
s\\l; "| Just engaged. "Well, Aunt Beckey, how did always thought. IJhouM like to inves- tered L"Curses knees tr,_ feet. ; : t1;,;
Sjjk\\-itch of the::angels ttyle of without wedding wings rings,", everything go off? said I,'forbearingan tigate it. What y'aHoodoo witch?" like chickens, come home It'was a, strangr loom Y-time: They
iVa'a thousand foolish things: ungenerous. remark on her invalid The priest jthe Hoodoo religion, ter roost, moanedtsAiint Beckeycome place was: never i juiet.. No more ,r
l.;r y i Just engaged. condition. I suppose; "I saic my father ; ': at home ter roost Mebbe if I dancing to the baj'' Ys ting, nor sing-

Fjrvvns: : around' her brother Mike, i "Lor, honey, j jes'as fine as anylousewarming' least, some one hb has the inside hadn't been harborin' sech wickedness -, ing on moonlight tght The negroes
Ike-: :. I ever seed. De nig track of things. an' ill-will in my heart, de good moved about sileiiy, and talked in

I4jJves, ::! oflfsmoking and beer from date, gers is worked up' dis time if dey "There is really. ,' then, a Hoodoo Lord would have protected me from low; frightened.y rhispers. Every F "
(: (t-no: rU'urcIi to bit with Kate, never was befo.' De mourners' bench religion ?" her deperadations on me. For I'll evening the litaf cabin was filled
I ;ts two,dollars in the plate : was chock-full night an' day, an' Oh yes-though; l! I don't know its tell you, Mars Charles, what hap- with visitors frof' adjoining plan- .
::* He's engaged. what wid de cryin an' de prayin' an' tenets, and I'm sure ,I don't wish to. pened. And Aunt Beckey half tations, who mcrp ed and sang over
Hasten on ]her friends to call, de shoutin'an' de singin,' it did Only the most' i norant negroes be- raised herself in bed, and fixed her Aunt Beckey, j believe, the entire

Stone li.4t.he and* for gay keeping renounces"Old all Maid's Hall :" seem's if we wus in heaven lievein it;; yet, trange to say, the great black feverish eyes on my fa- night through. Some of their songs ,
;:: She s engaged. Were there many there? most devout Chri tians among them ther's face. were fine old 1t; odist hymns, which
Cjiooses bridesmaids ten or eight Bless you, chile, whole tribes. stand'in mortal te ror of these priests, "Las'night I wuz a-lyin' here, wid were rolled out with grand effect ;

Leads Baying them;4o; ns with to an deck honor her fete great-: Quality and quantity, ole an' young.I and will even attend their repulsiverites my eyes wide open ,an' all my facul- others must haq been improvised for 1
ji;: 'She's engaged. tell vou de tents looked pretty and ceremonies, in the fear ,of ties broad awake, when in come ole the occasion, af >r instance : .
i under de trees an'sech loads tricked should turn the Sini '''like de "Satasfsech liar. '
G& to plays and opera. of good being they. a-slippin' an a-glidin' a
.S"tfiM the**gobble" and the "baa," eatin'you never see in all your: born cold shoulder. V\ snake dat she is. I tried ter jump up .A 1111ktmjurcr mind too; .' R ,
ifave a light: about Rochat:" days. Dis'll be a blessed, time for deniggers How do theyLcanage this trick an' scream, but she her me ter de Ef/odon't He:.. unjur you, ';.:
Mar I i' : : Disengaged. ,if uothin'evil don't happen." ing business? m bed wid dat witch eye of hern, till I hunj.' Otl.- .,:9'":
en Hveeps the long night through, "
Ljpvers beautifully blue ."I don't know of anything that can The ..most'comnp way is to.hide. wuz jes'stagnated, an'couldn't 'a Hen kunjl1r you !'- I:;
Life's a;triedy: to two: happen worse than cramp or pneu- fetich under the Jjm's door-steps, moved an,inch-: no, not if it" had-*a -'-:)unng the ourth week of Aunt
I I Not engaged. monia from the damp ground, or colic or in his bed. Rj been ter have slipped my neck from Beckey's illn a mv father was called
tjeep the chasm 'tween the twain, '-.' or dyspepsia from the high living. What sort of a fl h ? said Hen- de hangman's noose. away from 3 e;to be gone some
)liut{ormnjr to rouse-has despair it come again in vain? ? Aunt Beckey'' shook her head solemnly ry, who seemed to be fast developinginto '" Drink dis, she says, benclin' days. But f; his ab.seuce the audacious -

::. : Not engaged. : Der's somethin'wuss'n a little crooked thing that asks over me, an' hissin hot in my ear. piece of rpgery I am about to
Hark! a ringing at the door, colic or pneumonia dat we had ter questions. An' she hel' out a cup of water, witch chronicle wold never have been at-
And the voice, "Miss'Kittie Moore?" fight against. "Either a little 'woodenimage, or a water, full o' somethin' like wriglin' tempted, anclj should have had no
Kisses: bridge the:''ch slU o'er:
$ lie-engaged. What was 'it ? Satan himself? small ball of bedevilment, made up of hairs. I knowed dey wuz snakes, story to tell.| tIt
&"; 'I.'i Wuss'n Satan, I reckon, chile. feathers, rope ends, locks of hair, dead but I had no power ter push dat cup began vih Cousin Henry's per-
I t'' CQU1XG nOME TO ROOST Who do you think I see at de meet- insects, and other._ objects too disgusting away. I jes' drunk it,* down like a suading maima to let him take;
: ; in', leanin' her ugly head agin a to mention. With these, and the baby, an' from dat minit I wuz lost. charge of Aut Beckey's case.
'f I BY SHERWOOD BONNES. tree? fine spell of an evil eye, the sorcer- Ole Sini,Jaughed, an' a sort of blue '" You kn<| uncle has given her

tlunjt Beckey was gran'mammy's Satan's grandmother 'perhaps, 'ers seem to work their sweet will,with flame busted out all around her, an' up he uric .
daughter; ; forty years old, broad of said I, flippantly. the negroes who displease them. dar wus sech a smell of brimstone datI "True, a'id my mother, with a
bjaild" ind,with a long neck that she Well such timid beasts these fainted clean When I before he
chile, it was one of his fam They are away. come sigh ; he ltd me, the night
ued: to) crane like a giraffe's, until I ,ily.. It was ole Sini; de Hoodoo poor darkies of ours, said Henry. to, Sini wus gone, but dem snakeswus left, that aiough he believed her
fancied she.could peep over the tree- witch. Yes ;'bnt> to, think they can be wrigglin' through me in streaksof disease pun imaginary, yet he had

tpps. She was credulous, supersti- Perhaps; she wants to 'be con- frightened to deathfa\moi\ surpasses be- pain, an' from dat on, Mars' given up all ope of saving her. But ;.
hafts, and as timid as a young colt.Ijut verted.. lief. Yet I have )\ ngiv 'a stron Charles, I ain't had' one minnit's what can y( do for her, Henry, a
slrb was a loving soul, and had a Go 'long wid you, :Miss Kate I healthy man "".layAaai-down and.die; peace. mere boy 1'you, though you are a ".
cfmforjaljle) lap, and a mellow voiceitt She sarves de devilshe, do. She's up like the fellow i in .the song, with not a You should have sent for me, saucy mediiexhausted 1 student ? i singing, that endeared her to our ter no good when you see her at a thing on.earth the matter with him, Beckey. might have given you ",..FancyiL myself very wise, "
selfish little hearts. She had been meetin' ob de faithful. She's tryin' except that some Hoodoo demon had 'something to relieve that pain at once. laughed H ry. "Go on, Aunt Mary ; '
ioir nurse when we were babies; sec- ter see how many souls she kin ketch tricked him. You have evidently taken a violent I know YOt ant a rap at my conceit ,
c 1tt to !none save gran'mammy, for her marster, an' how many bodies These old Africans understand cold, and your trouble is caused by But I am pot going over the old 1
\\10\ was! supreme in the nursery, and she kin trick. poisons, said Henry, musingly. It your old foe, rheumatism. As for the ground wii Aunt Beckey. I fancy 1
{questioned i ruler of our small desti- Her tricking does not amount to would be easy ,enough to impregnatethese rest, my poor soul, you have had a the wisdor of the schools has been
:iAes. After we had grown out of much. fetiches with some subtle vege-- bad dream. Old Sini couldn't trick her behalf. I'm so liberal

I bYho' liked nothing so well as Dat's all you know about it, you table poison that would, destroy life you if she wanted to. The good Lord in my vie that I've no objection to
tjj lite) WI twe Beckey. She was a onbelievin' chile. Jes' lemme tell so slowly as to puzzle the doctors, and never gave one mortal that power a bit ,of qti kery, when I can gain 'a
:Balking dia of signs and you what I seed wid my eyes. She yet leave no trace behind. over another. point by i it "
"'- liens.;: rooster crowed on her was leanin' up aginst a sap1in'full o' In such a case more than one And then, papa, cried I, eagerly, "Thereto ems to be only one thing
.eobr-stc's: she was, miserable; did it flutterin' green leaves thick enoughter would suffer. No ; the whole thing Sini lives on the Weatherly plantation be saidmarked i favor of quacks, It re-
:jrt sigpfy: death ?, A whip-poov- hide the sauciest mockin'-bird's is a mystery. thirty miles away. She couldn't ) mother, thoughtfully ;
will's ssjid: note was a herald of mIsfor- nest., De mornin'arter I.seed 'tier I Well, therfone consolation, get here. ".they alwi ys cure their patients. "
tune.: lit.was! bid. luck to *}4l1; a looked at de same tree,. an' it vas laughed 'Henry 7 :iP'Tney *'get Dey rides through de air, murmured "(Treas'in\ the 'home camp I "
: l:ove orijeat;; a blue; jay She:-wouldtrot blarsted as if the lightnirf had struck tricked' now, and die of it, it's their poor Aunt Beckey. Dey cried He y. What would uncle '

: bre 1|;,k bread in another person'shaiid it J De leaves, wus all dyin'or. dead, own loss. Their masters won't be. rides on de souls o' lost sinners dat say to suji a speech ? But do,let me "-
nor begin a piece of work on an* whar her wicked, ole head, had out of pocket. wanders up an' down an'over de try to.hep poor old Beckey, aunty
-5riJdayj!nor cut a baby's nails, nor leta tetched, the very bark was' off de Perhaps that is why tricking' is earth. dear. I ft could save her life, would ,
; .iiiandlo burn itself out. Great, tree. I on the decline, said my father ; I won't have that nonsense," said you obj' t to any means by which -
's'rpiig, i healthy woman, who would You barked up the wrong tree, you scarcely hear of a case nowa .my father, sharply. Where is your that goo end came about ? ''
b\e l agined her to be, as full of Aunt Beckey, said I, laughing. It days. common-sense, Beckey ? Hot] could I ? cried my mother.
p ives: 4s a fine lady? She was never couldn't have been th'e same one. '' Well, I do hope nothing will come Snakes snakes !I" cried Aunt No, inleed, Henry, if you can help
.iilexce-r.t f : ; for an occasional touch of I knows what I says, chile. I of 'Aunt Beckey's case, said my Beckey, frantically ; and then to our poor Al fit Beckey, God's blessing will. i '
lie'umatiism, which she rather enjoyed, tell it de cold shivers mother uneasily. "I horror the creature off into and
you give me assure. you, poor went be on y ur effort, my prayers will
as she njqs fond of the bitters Prescribed when I seed her evil eye on me. I Henry, she is just as dear to us all as convulsions, foaming at the mouth,. go wit you every step of the way. "
: ;;f6rher, complaint. .The bittrsp jes' dropped right down an'prayed if she represented several thousand clinching her hands until the nails Heny had the grace to blush a lit-

; were|: homemade, and consisted.chiefv dat de devil might git her, hide an* dollars. Freedom has chilled neither drew blood, stiffening and relaxing tle at Ibis, but he skipped off quite
of_ "whisky; though a littleb1.rm bones." her heart nor ours. her form, resisting all attempts atquieting cheer ly to Aunt Beckey's cabin.
e. snakeroot"and somerorip's What a wicked prayer, Aunt May: her shadow never grow her, until forced to yield to Of course I went with him. Where
: o'jslippery' elm, coiled in the Beckey cried Ruth. less !I" said,the irrepressible Henry. the effects of an opiate. Henr ] led I usually followed in those
U>ttym yt.the huge glass bottle, gave "Hy, Miss Ruthy Ain't it rightter The next morning; while we-were at This was the beginning. "And days. What a torment I was, to be a
itscontfhts: a virtuous and medicinal pray fur destruction of ene- breakfast, Aunt Beckey's niece, Leah, Heaven knows what the end will be !I" sure !

air.: i i mies,. ?" came running in. Leah was queer 'said my father, his kind face clouded "I'm awfully sorry to see you so
ogle of 'the few old servants who re- good,to them that despitefully use countless pigtails ''pointing in every During the next two weeks three Yes, marster, I's mighty bad off, "
nlained!jfaithful; to us; and afterward, you, titsaid Ruth, softly. direction, and her) eyes' continually doctors in turn were called in to see she said, feebly. Poor soul she "
fijhen_ things! were adjusted according And furthermore, Aunt Beckey, rolling about like beads;: in a socket. Aunt Beckey. Through their skill, talked no more of being tricked. She
tip| #:'ne\jr regime, my mother engaged I said I, laughing, I have heard Cousin Mars': Charles, said she, "Aunt perhaps, the attack of pneumonia or was tired of telling her story to skep-
bar E. as d laundress. But though receiving -:. Henry say that in some countries Beckey done sont me fur you.She inflammatory rheumatism with which tical ears.

rl' ages, Aunt Beckev evidently there is a proverb, Curses, like want ter see you quick. She's powerful she had seemed threatened was ward Henry looked at her with perfect
felt that; she belonged to the family, chickens, come home to roost. So low dis mornin. ed off ; but she grew no stronger. All gravity. There has been foul work 7
afid: the"amily to her, moreover 1 She I look out for yourself. If you have "What's the matter? sorts of remedies were tried in vain. here, said he ; "this is a case of
called SWself by our name, and been wishing evil to Aunt Sini, it may <{ She do say she's been ,tricked."- The doctors declared they could do witchcraft."
claimed!all of her ancient privileges. : fall back head. in a loud whisper. more for her and that there
t on your own no was I Aunt Beckey burst into tears. At
i She had always felt herself free to Aunt looked Nonsense 1"V 1 cried father toss- she should
Beckey it
greatly my no reason why not, as last she had found some one to believe
'.* do Pretty much as she pleased ; and troubled, and a groan escaped her lips. ing a biscuit'at the small messenger. were, take up her bed and walk. But her.ce Oh, Mars' Henry, how come
.n.owshknew: no change, but jogged Maybe I didn't pray jes'right, an' Tell her Til be with.- her in five poor Aunt.Beckey There she lay, you so wise? You's de fust one-de
on s re ely, until a very terrible experience dat ole nigger will'trick me yit. I'm minutes. ; tranquil now, sometimes even smil- only one-ter know de trufe. "
that came near sending the :, gone sinner if she do. I feel I went with father to Aunt ing,.saying little, losing flesh daily, "c None so blind as those who
poor'oldl soul to.an untimely grave.Negrccs i mighty queer to-night. I've got a Beckey's cabin. What a change in looking out on the vanishing world wont see, quoted Henry. It's as
are very fond of playing at : creepin in de spine an* a gwine away one night I Her face looked drawn with big solemn eyes glowing strangely plain to me as the sunlight. You've
religion'and f if there is any one thing in de chist. and pinched ; her ;eyes were startled in her gaunt face-dying as surelyas been tricked I ,

in whit) they thoroughly delight, it Take a dose of your bitters, and and full of fear. though Aunt Sini's imagined Not many days of life left for
is a= cdlnp-meeting. Shortly after get'a good night's sleep, said I, con- "Oh, Mars' Charles !,Itshe cried draught had been in truth the deadly Beckey, said the interesting poorrold vic-
Lee's surrender they decided to cele- fidently became doctor's pitifully ole Sini'' has 'witched Italian the
.." as a daughter me acqua, introvabile poison tim.
V \bratd thhir freedom bv a grand colored as we rose to say good-night, and sho'.an' sartin' and I'm full of little whose traces could never be discov- I'm not so sure of that '' said
cSJnjJ-mieting on Cold Water Creek.It I'll engage that you are all right in snakes ered, though one drop sufficied to kill Henry, cheerfully.Ie I've studied
wris .tl,be the finest kind of a powwows the morning. Why, Aunt ,Beckey, what. on with,slow and nameless torture. this subject, and I know the ins and
Tents and sheds were put up, After tea I repeated what Aunt earth do you mean?," My mother spent hours beside the outs of it. I've read books
Breathers; came from all parts of the Beckey had said to the Jes1 what I Mars' Charles
: family group say, ; sufferer, but all her influence was of about demons than there are hairs
t, 8.tear d preparations were made for in the sitting Cousin an' it's God's trufe I'm on
room. Henry, speakin' no avail. Tricked Aunt Beckey was, your head and I've
; seen to
ai least Po month of high jinks. Aunt who was making us a visit, listened When I saw ole' Sini at 'the camp- and tricked she meant to remain, in make your heart jump out of ;;
Beckey ;was among the first bitten by very attentively to my story. He meetin' mistrusted dat she meant the teeth of a whole college of physi- body. With own I have your
tIlE camp-meeting mania. My mother was not so familiar with the ways of ter'work me a mischief,; an' I keP'away cians or skeptics. seen water blazing my like eyes tar barrelon
ttiought,her very impudent to think the darkies.as we were, as his people from her j'es' ;as much as' I : Don't you know, Aunt Beckey," fire ; and I have seen dead
4"fftm f going, as the ground and Cold was WaterCroefe damp lived in the city, with an establish- could ; :fur,:as sho'ly as'de devil lives cried my mother, one day, that what rise in his shroud and thrust a out man his

of times.a.regular But ague-trap Aunt Beckey at the said best, so been away several years receiving his dat ole witch'ooman Ibez got de evil- not live in the human stomach? '. Oh, :Mars' Henry,you.hush it skeersme

reproachfully "_ Law Mis' medical education. He was a very eye. But I couldn't keep my thoughtsoffn i "Dey ain't in my stomach, honey, to hear sech things. Maybe you'rea
Mary, *
you clever fellow,rather audacious in his her; an I wuz a-wishin' her I not in pertikeler. Dey is 'every whar Hoodoo witch yourself."
aiu t|a-gwine ter hender me from git- speculations, and tremendously inter- evil in my heart all ds time. dat feelin' lives a-curlin "
,. an'acoilin, How can think such "
is ? that she withdrew you a thing ?
tin'religion; "
you ested in Well
; her objections.I'jUint1 everything of an odd or out- ", Beckey, that was natural a-strikin' dar fangs over every shouted Henry. No I I am the bit-
Beckey about of-the-way nature. enough, said my father, kindly. part of my po' tormented body. terest enemy the Hoodoos have and
was gone a "I hope you did not encourage ." Mebbe it wuz natural, groaned Like Ariel, flaming amazement' I know how to ; 4
''eels l ; when she came back we chil- come. up all their
4renrushed[ to her cabin to hear her Beckey "in- her talk about being Aunt Beckey ; but, oh I it wuz:sinful over all the ship," murmured I ; for'I tricks. "
tricked, said my father, with a. an' I am punished fur it, jes' as had just begun to read Shakespeare. "Maybe' "
account: of the proceedings. We found you ,can help me said
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1 Of .con fee I can.I.! would have Henry, without so much as the flickerof FIRE WOOD .AND/LUMBER: GOOD PROSPECT FOR FALL TRADE

offered,todo';: it long/ before, but these an eyelash. ., I IAT
grand doctors were!so sure they could I can hear Aunt Beckey'sscream of FOB SALE! CHEAP : J

cure youj But tnjnd, Aunt; Beck y, this day. Then how she wept EDGINGS- AND SLABS- TV. j. LOHM A N'S.HAVE .' I

if I take.youin. : hand you must, obeyme What blessings she called down on 10 cents per load. A .
in everything.1''' The least slip in the head of the arch impostor What : ROUGH LUMBER,

following iny directions might prove shouts of Glory glory I 1" .resounded From $5. to,$16 per M ft., I MADE GIGANTIC PREPARATIONS FOR A LARGER BUSINESS. HAVing -
according quality. an STOCK OF GOODS,
fatal. through the little. room How DRESSED LUMBER,!. .
Try me 1 try me she cried, the darkies outside took up the strain, 512 to $20 per M. feet.
eagerly\ 'r' Oh, :Mars' Henry, you and all night long praised the Lord insingingtfind Orders by Telephonepromptly attended to NNLCOMFONTS nShawl; $, DRB S GJOODG D LijTBING

can't tell> fne.nothin'; too hard ter do; in prayer! WILLIAM; C. DURYEE.. / / ,

fur I niii'l toady; yit-de good Lord As for my dear m6ther, she was so Steam Saw and Planing Mill. BOOTS AND SHOES
knows If\int-ter! cross beyond deswellin' divided between indignation and Office foot Centre Street 8
and thousands of other articles which I will sell for 25: per cent. less" than :you pay
!flbotls. laughter that she had to hurry away. \ in another house for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and I
Henry Brew a hideous little wooden She was so conscientious,that she could $5 ELECTRIC LIGInUI/ will convince you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every ten.

image fr .mhis pocket, and gave it to not reconcile herself to such a tremen- % W. J. LOIIl'IAN, Cor. Sixtli ant. Ash Sts.

Aunt Bbckey; with the injunction that dous fraud as that which Henry had ON receipt, of $5, wq S ---:--:==
will send an Elect} -:::= :::::
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she ? over practiced ; yet saw our WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
trio Lamp. Burglar ::= :::
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night arid. dy.U It is a very powerful dear old Aunt Beckey fast getting Alarms $1. Call BellS _>

fetich*" ?aihe, and will protect well, how could, she help being grate- $1. Electric Gas Lighter -! %

*you from ;jany future harm. ful to the clever and mischievous boy Telegraph Instruments .
Medical Batteries + _
Then, he :turned to gran'mammy, who had brought it-about ? &c. I 4 _

who Hood by,.with a gleam of hope :My father heard the story with an "In regard to your new Electric Light ( -

brightening her face and told her to unmoved face. "Lucky I was not we think you will be (Exceedingly successfulin _- rw
its universal -
kill a white' chicken just as the moon here, you young rascal, he remarked. Yery securing truly yours, MINER adoption.& REDFIELD, r

rose, -md bake a strong broth for Lucky for Aunt Beckey, said r<37 Broadway, N. Y." -

Aunt Beckc:V. Henry, drylv.Certainly" witnessed" with much pleasure the tests .'
of red and rice Aunt did of your new Electric'Light.: I believe you
Put plelty pepper Beckey get will find no difficulty in bringing it into .
*' Aiid'he and feed her well and better in mind and
in it. exactly appeared general use. Eastern Man. Northwestern -
threo hours not for her She Lumberman." HENRY BINGHAM. it
one pint every ; a body strange experience. J''
less I can't has not been tricked since thanks "We take pleasure stating that the tests g cLRx :! _. .
spoonful more or or answer per- we made of'your Electric Light proved perfectly S J't w r,;
for #the consequences. Tomorrow haps to the fetich that she wears likean satisfactory.: You 'will have a large "

I shall ball at the same hour, and amulet over her heart, or to the and ready sale. Yours truly; 1. 1 {!

I will eee U; the snakes that have charitable prayers that she is in the 21 and 26 Fourth RICHARDS Avenue.& Co N., Y." .

caused you i-so much trouble. I sup- habit of offering for Aunt Sini. The above testimonials explain them- -a tt,

pose vou ate willing to suffer some No mo' curses shell come home selves.WE I "

pain in order. to get them out of your ter roost on my head, she says, with WANT A NUMBER G. W. FOSTER OF LIVE AGENTS.& CO., T ,
system?" \i' slow, solemn words ; fur I bless an'I .45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y. : ; 2iptSOUTNPU&CO.NY'e ;l

Ye?, Mftrs't Henry, God knows curse not, an' I pray fur dem dat ::1,1

I'm willia t i'fer suffer anything.: And 'spitefully uses me ; an' dis I shall do C. C. STRATTON & CO., i

Aunt Beekey closed her lips with the forevermo', as long as I live on de .r =Rw= ZT.__ "i,
air of a martyr. earth, an' my name is Beckey Bon- OF MACON, GEORGIA, + !

That afternoon my cousin and my ner. MADE THE JIIOOE BRO'S, "f,

small brother Sam went hunting. On HAVE Fla., theauthorized : .A. B. NOYES t
their return; I noticed that Sam car- Agents to contract for the sale of their ..

ried a small: oblong box in his hand ; Sale of Railroad Lands.ON BRICK, ,IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties DEALER IN ':

but he. ''would, not tell us what it held. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES, :

The next day, at dusk, Cousin wishing to purchase will get all information <
NOVEMBER 26th 1884
Henry led] (the way to Beckey's cabin, as regards prices from them. Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,

1 bf mother, Ruth, Sam, and LANDS, INCLUDING THOSE Samples of different qualities and stylescan M
the office of
myself Aunt Beckey looked better by the State and belonging to MODE BRO'S, ;

and brjbhtcf\ She declared that she The Florida Railway & Navigation Comp'y 26 Fernandina. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, 'VILLO'V-'V A ;E... r,
felt strfngtli flowing into her f>om the

little woolen idol that she held (formerly the Atlantic, Gulf & West India MERCHANT TAILOR.R. .
claspe(|tightly to her bosom. And it Transit Railroad Cojhipany), will be offeredfor I Prices Low as the Lowest.N. .
sale. G. McQUITTYHas
E. corner i'ciitrc and Second Sis., Ferimmliim, Fla.
did not occj-ir to the good simple soul This sale will cover lands as far south and .
that the.chicken soup might be responsible including the last tier of Sections in Town- removed his business to the rooms over to'" .
for this new-born strength., ship 25. the New York Bakery, on Centre street. ::1:=1.. .-crS-rrN: : ( -
The Office for the sale of the lands above He has received an assortment of seasonable ,
The back Ward was densely packed referred to will be located in a Car on a side goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto J Ho
with negroes, but not one was allowedto track of the Railroad, twelve miles south of make them up to suit all tastes in the :MANUFACTURER OF y"
enter. Inside the cabin the scene Panasoffkee.The best style.
sale will continue for TEN DAYS, .' ?- Repairing neatly done. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND
was worthy of a painter. The primi- commencing on the day named; after which, Fernandina, Fla.: July I '121884.
tive lamp-ran iron bowl of lard-oil, commencing on the 8th day of December, DEALER IN oTro
with a Tick floating on the surface- the sale will be resumed by the Company; at -THE- ,

burned ivith. a black smoke above the its Office, Florida Photographic View Co. PANLOR OFFIC E IndC00EST0 T VE LSl
flame ahd :cast hobgoblin
strange, flaring, No. lOa West Bay Street, Jacksonville.All ,
shadows on the whitewashedwalls. HAVE OPENED APHOTOGRAPH
.: iHqnry drew a chalk circle in communications in relation to sales .
should be addressed GALLERY
the middle.; of the floor, marking inside AFt ,
'of it ridiculous designs, which it Land Commissioner, Opposite the Post-Office, l j. 11 Mi,!' \r tA
pleased mm to call cabalistic. Then .,
where to do first-class work, ,
they propose as?:+ : Imb1T
he swiinjj} ; a lighted censer, chanted a I having secured the services of MR. CHAS. = ,ir h
Latin hjjmn, and was withal so grave FINEMILLINERY I. DEWAAL, well known a superior Artistin ryplIIIflhIIt1nY1'ItIIII'a a r r., ;j
that even J dared no longer smile, Portratit Photography. ,g Ir r ...a ",
though t pungent: odor of the incense ..................... ...................................... Patronage respectfully solicited. I ;?r:
set! the
sneezing. promptly attended to. I
Aunt; Beckey's dark figure I lay mo-
tionleSfj on the bed ; but her great ............................................................ I 47 :MARSHALL & DOBBINS. I I

hollow eyes followed Henry's every -AT- W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, XP@SITIDN'

motion; with painful eagerness, untilat AGENT, ,
a signal from the impromptu doctor KING'SBAZAEHATS Jiew Ox1eDmi.}
Of the Latest and Most Approved
my mother stepped forward and tieda
AND STOCK DEALER, Opening December 1,1884: Closing May 31,1885.UNDRRTiIRAUSIICFSOFTIIE ,
cool the hot lids. BUTCHER
bandage across
Gran'majnmy: bared her daughter's !r
in Ice
swollen, rhJimatic limbs, and Henry LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, United States Government. I
rubbed them gently for about half an TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,
hour' ThE 1 he said : "I find, AuntBecl4iy7 BROOM: STREET WHARF, WROUGHT-IRON PIPES. I

thdl the snakes are now all in A Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Ml Fichus, 19-tf FERNANDINA: FLA.Absolutely $1.300OQO, :;
the right leg. T fetich has troubled DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Appropriated by the General (;over ment. I

them so raiiijh that they are trying to CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS,
$500,000 J
get out. 1l\e'only; thing to do is to AND IRON HOOFS PUT ON. ,
cut open the foot, and they will dropout Linen Collars antI Kid Gloves, TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Contributed !hv the Citizen of New Orleans. I
Wind Mills for pumping water or running I
of ttlem elves. Are ? $200,000
you erected on order. ,
All of the Latest Styles. light machinery promptly :
GQ on, said Aunt Beckey. Church Factory and School Bells for sale Appropriated by 1 Mexico. I
Stand back, all of you !1" cried at a bargain.JStoves. I I[

Henry: '* ;No one must come near FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, eers.uGyr, All goods delivered at Wholesale at' the Prices.various transportation $100,000, .
me but Sam. He must hold thebasin. ROYAL BoWl 1hetn stations within the city free of Appropriated I by the State of Louisiana.
"r Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. nrs I (:
charge.! All sales for cash. $100,000, .

Inv a twinkle in the small boy'seye 1, +,/IItlgl CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Appropriated by the City of New Orleans. t'

'ltd I trept pretty near myself, -t +-++41I l--H f-+'--I--I-I H aSUMMER -+ H Fernandina, Fla.. July 12, 1884.KEV. .
From $5000 to $25,000
unreb absorbed cousin. : t4 ,
; kedjby my
GAMES. hv rnninner.ilile Mates, Cities
He jiu rced'ithe:' foot with a sharp lancet -4 % CHEAP AND GOOD. and Foreign Countries. .fi
ijjind tl4 ,blood flowed freely. The OILER Every State and Territory I n the Union represented. i
hgtit} s s$ dim that for all my efforts and nearly all the Leading Nations and I :
;I couM not quite see what was Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, >' -HEW AND SECOND HAND.- ___ Countries of the World I ii:

going ;pn.> a But I noticed that Sam ALL KINDS OF MACHINERYAT LOW PRICES The,Biggest Exhibit the Biggest Building and the .,' ... '
heldjithe: oblong box in one hand, and MARBLES, KITES, ETC. Combined Orange Box and Shingle Machine I Biggest Industrial Event in theWorld's \
Eagle Gins Saw Mllln, Planers Renown, &e- History. % .
from: time :,'to time exclamation. .-ALSO- g ARk for fnfalogne find Prices before bnrlnar. I APPLICATIONS POI FCHIHrI'iALRPADvRECPTvrD- ;

"from one;j of this "precious pair- Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.KING'S 4Klft'POWDER RANDLE & DUGAN MACH'f, GO. I! COVER OP JIOKK bCBJKCT STACK THAN AXI A THtJMi liKKATKK OP VARIETY.A Ny y I I 'J
There; is!another;; "Don't let it ;i I XJ'OSITIII___F.VKK_: HELU. i I It
65 67 69 ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a r
get a\vay I ![: Four is it? or some i The cheapest rates of trarel ever known in
Write for and nticn tlittpaper.)
: 'n
sucHEgniflfant:: : cry-set us all,quivering BAZAR, Catalogue I the people annals evervwnCTI.of trunsporution: secured for the I R,

av4 l itement. J For inform tion,
e. ,
acJdress. ;
Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. -FORMACHINERY- ,
";Ilat; is'lill. said Henry at last. E.A.BURKE.Director General.. I.& C.C. E., I II <
11 Slis" &saved. WANTED.AGENTLEMAN = = NET: ORLEA:'>S. LA. I

He bound the foot and took the .
ban i:1gQ: from Aunt Beckey's eyes. Summer Resort Pure. _I 1I I 1- U"ood, Wood. a
";35U&U another light, he said, (which is eminently successful and pop- POWDER varies. marvel Having recently established a WoodYardnear "
ular wishes to lease well furnished
) a
THIS and wholesomeness. Dar\ e's mill, provided with all the
quietly.; Hotel in the South, or would accept a posi- purity strength
"nJach for ;
\l ?|lleheld!! the basin fo that she tion and have considerable influence.Don't More'economical than the' ordinary kinds, Go to F. %I. Robinson, necessary nery 1.'
and cannot be sold in competition with the FIRE-AVOOD,
couW-bsamine: its and there want a house of over 75 to 100 rooms.
contents, multitude of low test,short weight, alum or am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood I,
wer% ;tlet six wicked-looking little Address Best of at references once. given and required., phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. MANUFACTURER andgDEALEB, awed to an lengths for either stove or fire-

final&; 1*]Those who have eyes to WILLIAM H. BRIGHTON. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.; place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD. i

see,"l6j; hem 1.; see", ", said that,wretched 455 State St., AlbmyX.: Y. ,33" .lOG Wall Street. New York.r JACKSONVILLE_.: :.N_,'<:.; FLORIDA., : '. J. A. ELLEBMAXX. I
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR.GEORGE bloody shirt at Augusta is the THE COAST REGION OF FLORIDA. : business man, known for his devotion EDITORL4L CORRESPONDENCE
best evidence the people of the There are two portions of our ; to duty,.and good faith to the
* QlJirir n-riT;....rLrxrijxjTjxnja -xrLnuUTJxrur United States could have of his un- State which have not as yet shared requirements of the trusts reposedin WEST RAILROA ) -PAL.\TKA'S KEY
'Subscription, 82 per year; six months, 81. GREAT
fitness for the Presidency. A man in the general extension. ransport-.. him. FIRE-THE BURNED DISTRICT TO BE

'flt-',-.,e"'oznbr-.". Centre and First streets,second.floor. ,who entertains the sentiments expressed ation facilities. Along the whole We are a republic, we select one REBUILT IX BETTE TYLE-TRAFFIC

I 'RATES OF ADVERTISING..Ten by him could not be an eastern coast below St. Augustinethere of our citizens to be entrusted with INCREASING.
Mints s:.a line for the first, and five cents for PALATKA Nov.

5 pecI61 kcal; notices, 15 cents a line. God.will now go up for his defeat. well suited to orange growing and occasion for plumed knights or A trip over the Jacksonville, Tam-

*.jF r''t.ijecial.dlng)1Otiees rate' for time,25 cents advertisements a line. upon appli ,' We showed last week, by an actual sugar cane, etc., which are dependent magnetic men, and we have wisely pa & Key West Railroad from Jack-

.4I>n et ale office. I'! comparison of the vote with the on small,, sailing craft for the put aside the candidacy of such sonville is not very interesting' and
.WWJ-nJ-Lr- J CL J- tables that of their products to seems like a continuation of the
-tjlmnmnioations upon all matters of local inter- census more than five transportation pine
., ot".ftf.1ou ucid from all parts of the county and from millions majority of the American market.. Several} railway companieshave men.Mr.. Blaine in all his ,speeches wastes from Waycross to Jackson

.alnAg;1,11 th communications tines of Florida intended railways.for publication people preferred Mr. Cleveland to Mr. had surve) '' made, but 'as'yet made his egotism prominent, it was ville. Only an occasional glimpseof

. i' cald I J .be;addressed to the Editor; all business Blaine. We also claim that the figures none have been constructed. There the support given him that he the river is obtained. This rail-
Z c.t"|:1'5f1m, ply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. schemes however which road is well equipped and makes
will show that Mr. Cleveland has a several. thanks the people for-he was

ltsATrn.A Y. NOVEMBER 29, 1884.I''IIr more than a half-million majority of may be carried oilt before long. The always first, principles and honestywere the run in two and a half bours-

-'f---: the votes of the white people of the Coast Canal Company have two secondary. Mr. Cleveland, on sixty-five: miles. A ferry connectionat
.i h ,_. it LICAN. United States. dredges at work to connect Halifax the contrary, always modestly spokeof West Tocoi did not seem to be a

Jit q.;has always been a matter of :Mr. Blaine evidently thinks the river with the Mosquito river. This himself as the representative of very paying arrangement, but prob-

$(!jinc's qfise that the. negro should white voters' of the Southern States will open a water-way from Cape ; the,platform and 'principles of the ably when the winter travel beginsit

'4J';1'': uniformly and persistently sup- should be disfranchised. His whole Canaveral to Augustine, and by : Democratic party, and of republi. may do better.: To run a railway

piirt; ,ihp! :Republican: party. It could address was a compound of selfish- enlarging the haulover canal,the inland -. tail'government. .' along parallel with an always open

nit lei we know, from any appreci- ness, audacity and untruth. The passage will!be opened nearlyto and easily navigated river like the

:tfion if differences upon national 1 comments of the public press uni- cape Florida. The Jacksonville, CLEVELAND'S POLICY. St. John's'' looks like a hazardous

-questions:{ such as the tariff, but so versally condemn it. It was in bad St. Augustine & Indian River Rail- competition for the railway. Steam
11;'lias been) that at every election the taste, bad logic and bad feeling. road Company, whose line is alreadyin WHILE HE IS PRESIDENT. craft of all kinds,navigate this river,

MorJine was: strictly drawn and then I Even the Tribune publishes it on an operation as far as St. Augustine, ALBANY, November, 21.No harm shall and freights are low as well passen-

: gro voters ranged themselves upon I inside page and makes no comment. it is said, intends to carry their roadto come to any business interests as the resultof ger.rates.

thc side of the little clique of white It is particularly noticeable that New Smyrna, along the coast. A administrative policy so long as I am The Palatka News announces that

.men:: at;the South calling themselves :Mr. Blaine should 'make'such an third means of reaching the Halifax President.with the best I intend and broadest to surround minds in myself the arrangements have been positively

JLlie Republican party. I exhibition of himself on the eve of river has been, it,is said, placed un- party and then bend all my energies toward made with the American Construc-

1 We ,'now understand the matter : the opening of_ the World's Exposi- der contract by means of a branch making an administration that shall at least tion Company to complete the rail-

;etter.j! If we heretofore asked a tion about to be inaugurated in the railroad from the Jacksonville, Tam- assure every element that a transfer of way from Palatka to Sanford, with a

colored] man why he voted the Re- principal city of the South. Under pa & Key West Railroad, from the does executive not mean control. any from serious one party disturbance to another of branch from Seville to Daytona.

+"imbliciin* ii ticket his answer was al- the kindly'feelings generated by an neighborhood of Seville to Daytona.The existing conditions." This branch will be the making of the

4ost:) invariably, because the Republican exposition where every Northern in- completion of ,either of these This strong and important sentence was Volusia county coast country. Very

Jarty abolished slavery, and no.nrgunint dustry will be represented, Mr. projects will be a great boon to the uttered by President-elect Cleveland this large bodies of valuable hammock
morning while speaking of some of his
or statement would move Blaine's vain and vindictive words coast population.There lands border the coast estuaries and
| hopes and ambitions for the country which
Mim: from that position. He only will be forgotten in the kind welcome is already established along he is to rule for the next four years. At the will open up a wide and productive

F.card half,and that the weaker halfof, the Southern people will giveto the Halifax an enterprising and energetic moment he was considering the feverish orange growing region.
ijis teal It who in the face condition of the commercial world and its Palatka has a large hole
reason. was not only that the North at needless anxiety for the future of trade an
.lie had, been led to believe that he of great difficulties, have cut down burned in it, but a considerable part
born of of
anxiety a feeling uncertainty as
. owe: 1 1ns freedom to the Republican THE CONSTITUTIONAL TION. CONVEN- the forests and put out orange groves to what a political revolution may mean to of the business portion remains, and

.parfy'Xmt'! hd had also been taught The constitutional convention ap- and brought them to successful bear- the industries of the land. While he was nearly all the wharf front and the

.,]s]at hist only protection from re-en- pears to have received the required ing. Neat towns, such as Ormond, speaking in this particular instance of entire residence portion of the city.
business interests applied to trade, the
.slavjeinent was in the supremacy of I majority and one of the first acts to Holly Hill, Daytona, and Port Or- scope of his expression often took the The fire will no doubt prove a blessing -

.fhcjUepublican party-that Democ.rafie 1 be passed by the Legislature, to as- ange contain a considerable popula- broader range of application to those who in. disguise. The Insurance

:success meant the loss of his'.I semble in January, will be to call tion. The towns are neat and at- depend upon their daily toil for bread, who Companies have already adjusted

freedom. The white Republican the convention into existence.The tractive, have schools, churches, etc., till the soil for- a living or engage in the losses to the amount of over $300-

lailers, who told him this of course 17th article of the Constitu- neat residences, flower gardens anda and thousand keep and healthy one avocations the commerce that of create the 000, which is a large cash capital to

.' id!it as a political expedient to get tion provides that if it shall appear general appearance:'of thrift. We country. His hope and intent seemed as commence building, _wittu Ibis

is Vote. The negro, however, took that a majority of the electors votingat predict that with the completion of strong for one element as the_other and he Larkin House lot is reported to

at. all;in solemn earnest, and it is no such election shall have, voted in any line of canal or railway this dealt in what he said as thoroughly for the have been sold to Boston capitalists

wonder that, supposing his freedom favor of calling a convention the Le- whole coast will be filled up with an common sensitive representatives citizen as for the of higher the wealth and more and for the sum of $24,000, who will

: rm 4! al stake, he fought with the Republicans gislature shall at its next session excellent class of people. power of the nation. Referring to the feel- build a splendid brick hotel with

; against the party he ignozonjtly provide by law for a convention to ing of unrest in strict business circles, whichI business houses in the first story.

;: l.) supposed to be his enenlY.i..VHci1 be holden within six months after CERTAINLY BLY A A COWARD FRAUD., PROBA- had" suggested he said: Mr. Orvis will cover his large square
It is almost incredible to that there
the result of the election with a very complete and magnificent
| was the of such law and such con- .
passage ; REPUBLICANS NOT SAFE IN FLORIDA.To should be any feeling of uncertainty whatever -
"rn ai d they were forced to ad- vention shall consist of a number not the Editor of the Tribune: as to the future, so far as the result of modern hotel of brick. Thisis
.*nif that ;;the Democratic party had less than both branches of the Legis- SIR: About two 'years ago a, friend of the recent election is concerned. Those an indication of the character of

..asarfied the day, in many parts of the lature. This would require 104 mine, a Brooklyn man, went to Florida, who are to succeed to power by the will of the improvements which are to suc-
bought a piece of property including an or- the, people, as recently expressed, are as
-country they gave way to the utmost members, and may exceed that ange grove, and settled there. This mor- much interested in the future of the United ceed the comparatively common
. .ailahn, and fell into the depths of number. We hope that in framing ning a letter comes from him, from which States as those who yield it. They also havean buildings which have been de

.>4e4:: >air. This feeling of depression the; law regard will be had to ,the the following is an extract: equal stake in the prosperity and ad- stroyed. In the history of most
fast "You know I am a Republican,but I did vancement of the country. They are as towns there has to be a shanty
-is pissing away. They are fact that in counties where '
not dare to vote!, on Tuesday. If I had thoroughly committed to a maintenance of
learning: to trust in the assurances there is a Large political majority voted-voted the "Republican ticket-I .values and as earnestly anxious for a ster- stage, then a wooden stage cleanedoff
would have life and my property in
put my
. i1.9f the Democratic press and of the some of the best men in the State peril. So I kept away from the poll." ling business prosperity as their opponents. sooner or later by fire, and then

3ncre' intelligent of their own race reside belonging to the opposite Brooklyn, Nov. 10, 1884. J. J. A. Naturally they will be careful about pro- comes the substantial brick age

:irliftt their fears are groundless. Naturally party. By some arrangement of a If the "Brooklyn 'man who came ,flouncing for a policy inimical to the which lasts for a generation or two.
will distrust the to Florida about two years ago" had interests of the very class which, more than Bay street in Jacksonville is an illus-
:. they coun- ticket a portion of the members may any other, has thus honored us with its
e1 of those who furnished us with his location -no tration of these three periods. Palat
t cruellywo'ed be distributed in such a way as,to ; confidence. Coming into power after so
,,: \ upon their fears, and as the secure the best talent in the State. doubt a very prompt confutation long an absence, the party ought, and will ka will retain her prestige as a

:yea' roll by under a Democratic In view of the changes which may could be ,furnished. Or if he had so far as the Executive is concerned, bring bright attractive river city, and the

administration; and they find them- become necessary by the action of written from some New England 'control liberal views of the and.government.good impulses It would into the be fire will only delay but not impedeher

elacs quite as well off, if not better, the convention, it would probablybe town and said that he did not dareto unnatural for the party not to be actuatedby progress. I was glad to see that

1h*f will cut loose from their thral- well for the Legislature to hold a vote the Democratic ticket for a desire to continue in power by de- the valuable business property of

dom, to the Republican party and brief session of fifteen or twenty fear of losing his place, there might monstrating that it deserved the highest that sterling business man and
L confidence of the This it
have been a shade of probability people. cannot do highly esteemed citizen Robert B-
choose. ;
tote as they days and then take a recess until 'if it would unsettle business and make
,.'The lesson will be a useful one to the adjournment of the ,convention, but in Florida, where\ there is a large factions war upon well-conceived plans of Reid, Esq., escaped the destruction

. :;Il';; lie bugbear; of re-enslavement in order to pass the necessary laws.. ,number of Northern settlers who government. This is the view I take of the which came so near.

'riH no longer have power to frighten invariably vote as they choese, the proper position fora party just assuming the The boats on the river are crowded
DISFRANCHISING VOTERS. control of the country in a crisis like this
,4 them and they will learn allegation is simply,absurd. with and very
r (coerce According to Mr. Blaine's theory and the standard by which I shall be guided ,, passengers, carry
J/o. ?jtliink. and act for themselves.. .while in the Presidential office. large quantities of freight. It has
; that the minority it every State are INDIVIDUALISM:IN POLITICS.It .
'* INTIMIDATION TALLfit "If I follow it I hope for and expect a fair always struck me with surprise to
disfranchised, there must be two or is something gained to get rid
,*, seems very absurd to us here in three millions of white Democratic of individualism in politics. The and honest whom.response I have from relations the Republicanswith see what large quantities of freight
may as well as went
Jlorida to see the persistent charges I voters disfranchised in the States of Democratic party has seldom, em- ,the hearty support of my own party." come into Florida as well as
Jd{intimidation at elections. It out of it. This explains the reason
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, barked its fortunes on a, leader since
.ko: however, be denied.that there is Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Penn- the days of Andrew Jackson-the I One by one the roses fade,and one by one of so many railways being built,and
I the cherished traditions of our fathers are the con
extension branches
.sal:aerery. election an interference withihe sylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Republican party has almost invariably disappearing. The election of Grover Cleve- by Bail-
choice of the voter and that stantly going on. The Florida
free Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska gone into, political campaigns land has dissipated the popular fallacy that mIl
3t: !is as much as a negro's head isworth Kansas, California, Nevada under supposed powerful political no man whose surname commenced with C way & Navigation Co.'s lines and

for him to dare to vote the and Oregon, as it is only the men leaders. Hayes and Garfield '''were could be elected 'President of the United probably; be finished to Tampa

:iD&nocratic ticket. Let it be known who voted on the Republican side exceptions because of the rivalry of .States. However for such a belief has been to Indian River, and the connection
prevalent nearly a century, and the un-
-jthat a intends to'vo'te the Grant and Blaine.. We have had made with Sanford and Daytona
negro whose tickets count in the selectionof a successful candidacy of George Clinton, in
.;Dfimocratic? ticket and his own color electors, still he thinks it-all rightto great deal of ,the hurrah business, 1789, 1792, 1796, and 1808; De Witt Clinton, from Palatka will give a very com f

. 'institute a continuous persecution, disfranchise the white Democratsof the plumed knight and the tin hel- in 1812,,; William H, Crawford in 1824 ; plete connection from all points o
Henry Clay, in 1824, 1832 and 1844 Lewis and sea
the State lines
; with trunk
.,*often accompanied with bodily vialejice the Northern States, but the'minority met, and the whole business has Cass, in 1848 and Peter Cooper, in 1876 R
: These people, who are, Mr. of colored Republicans at the culminated in the defeat of this helped greatly to swell the list of those per- ports.

'I". ;J laine'thinks, so oppressed, are the South ought to have a chance to se- sham knight and_ the relegation of sons who believed in the fatal power of the M. Bartholdi's statue of Liberty is DesrlF'

Tuost violent oppressors of their fel- lect electors, although they are ina his stage propeties, to the junk-shop. magic letter. The tradition that an acting ready for shipment from Paris to New Y oi the'
Senator of the United Slates must ever fail It will be brought to these shores by
lows.Mr.. Mr.Blaine's and The choice of the American
minority. logic people OlIl
of the Executive sail
reaching goal only remainsto French transport Isere, which will
;! ..Elaine's violent flaunting of the his honesty are about on a par. is a; plain, sensible, practical exercise the minds of fatalists. France about the 15th of next May.

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i i Wood, Wood, f -

Having recently established f Wood-Yard O"'STIDID: !
Duryfr's mill. provided with all 'the
near rpccssary m hinery fnrsawing and splitting
furnish Oak a
noW p!-cpred to Wood
Iaro ami le gths for'either stove or fire-

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Have just received an entire new Stock in, every department, from the
opened,a,Select School for young girls
and lIas childreiS in,the house on Centre street, Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- -

corner of Seventh. Terms liberal! chases enables to offer entire stock at such low '
Miss Watsoip will commence a class in us our
&avOctiberGth,1884reference"' 3'aihting; Embroidery. etc., on FALL WINTER GOODS

I : Kev.: 0. P. Thrckara, Mr."ann .S. FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION.We
\ E.; Dotterer, Judge C. V. *
HilIyC\\ ;,MaJor '..A.Mc'Vhorter. 45
= TV'TED.:j j have endeavored to select the .

GENTLEMAN WHO IS A PROPRI- Latest Styles in We have received our stock J23-GENTLEMEN'S

) vrisluf to lease a well furnished SILKS, CASHMERES Men's Boys', Youth's.Brocades .
Hotel in th South, pr would accept a posi- in all the
tion and nave considerable influence. and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the Alpacas, Velvets, An elegant line. Also the
Don't wantill: house pf over 75 to 100 rooms. Velveteens, etc. Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.
Best of references given and required.
Address at<*HCe.
\ II.r IA.M: II. BRIGHTON. Great Bargains A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for
; .\55Stitte St., Albany,N.Y. -\Il'-IENSE.\ .DARGAINSIto IN
BLANKETS., COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres, ,
LUC\ Linen Towels of New York, "i
,Toweling, BOOTS SHOES,
$enth.-pt., near Egmont Hotel, be had in Fernandina at the establishment of And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS. !; !
FEltx.\NDI\ IA, FLORIDA. Goods. Suits made to order and a r .

)Iattin i s.. Rugs, Oil Cloths, Fit Guaranteed. t 1
Offers pe.'saptrooms.! well furnished,withor MODE BROTHERSIN A large line of 0
without h() rtl. (iTable Boarders will be Fancy Goods and Notions, SPECIAL ORDERS '
accommodated; also transient. Underwear-,-!
T.. ;Mils LUCY O. THOMPSON. Hosiery and Gloves
Filled in New York
t tF6E from Low-Priced to Fine i



Ii with extensive yard-room and gardens ar: etc T.: : i -yeJD, I!
attached,on ;iAlachua) street; suitable for a
large: : family?or boartling-house. Possessioncan GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., !
be give; about:August 1st. I
\ lt6-NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. ;
Forterl.. ,etc., apply to ,
: G. STARK.Fernandina Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor 'Oil Cloths.WE f,
May 2, 1884.MtoiNERY. jj


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Linen. Collars and Kid Gloves,

: Ail}! of the Latest Styles. FINE STEAMSHIPS

FANS PARASOLS CORSETS llWl I'' t I ( >-> I I < ''I** >'t'K It 4-t-H-t- .. .
1S08 TONS. ,: '
Hoop Spirts and'Ladies' Underwear. ESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TONS. I'.!

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+ of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDIXA FOR NEW YORK .r!
+++i+++aH., i t1-u I l-l+I ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
FROM sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. il I

Croque ets.and Base-Ball Bats This Line, having no Transfers between Femamlina and New, 'i
t. FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others. j
MTVRBLEd, KITES, ETC. .'1,j The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- i
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_Cor.Centre and,Fourth Sts., Fernandina. 1 TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For I
freight,passage rates,and schedules, or further information, apply to ''j
$tCHANT TAILOR. Dress Goods GushmBIBS R. W. SOUTHIVICK:, Agent, !I

Pier 20 East River New York. 51-
remoy'} his business to the rooms over I
the Cork 1
New Bakery, on Centre street. 1r
lie has reci.ived an assortment of seasonablegoods GROCERIES, PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC. r
and is
gentlemen's! wear prepared
best to make style.tlJf.tn;; up to suit all tastes in the BLANKETS I AND I HOUSE-FURNISHING I GOODS })

JB?"RcpTirinp: ; neatly done. iAN H.: B. DOTTERERINVITES
Fernandma, Fla., July 12, 1884.:
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FloridajPhoto/ graphic View Co.IIAVEIPENED Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts. *_*(_* +


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Where they: propose to do first-class work,
having; secured the services of MR. CHAS.
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.' ENERAL' DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. 1 Assesstor of laxes-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. 't- r : ".r ;tLo.3tE .

:1, '. ': United States' County,Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue W. F. Trantham, County Judge-M. J. Solomons. County Jlidae Al H. Brownell-
;; Officers.LAND Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-W. W. Jeter. Clerk-To\H,Pitinan.

.. OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine Sheriff H. F. Hosford. Sheriff:" T oma 'N. EIli3j7easure,4.Daniel .

;1 : ileO/.3ter-L..A... Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. D. Gillis.
1 i Receiver-John F. Rollins. Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Rez.'enue-Thos. P. Shuler. .Collector. .at1&ueWilliam 1 Tucker.
: 1 SUt'eyor-General-Malachl Martin Talla- Collector of Refenu.e-J. R. Herndon, San-. County Judge Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler. 'ltssesQo'" ;. a s-J. J.X ewton.

.. ..!, ;:h.....".,",I.'.'.'.'. ., derson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. "Slf dif'fj.llJ! l of&hools-'Vhitnell
) Carne
F ; ;!. DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A.. Demerritt, Key Y cst. ESCAMBIA. WASHINGTON. .

i\-t; Juilyc: -Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sanderson. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key Assessor,West.of' Taxes-: -Walter Maioney, Jr.., County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County- Judge-Wm. B. Jones.

: JaruzJ-J..H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-P. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
County Judge-J. R. Richard Providence. Collector of Revenue-Mason Moreno, ,
Hutchinson. E. Melvin.
Clerk Walter Sheriff W. H. Sheriff .
-Philip Jacksonville.
:, \ Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler.. Key West. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Treasurer Thomas J.Miller
>, ':: INTERNAL: REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Srhools-J. V. Harris,Key Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palm. 's. Collector of Rez.'e1we-John

: ..Co(factor Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of TaxesGeorKe'AV.Roche. Cook_

.; COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Superintendent of&h ols-N.. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D.H.
: John W.Howell, Fernandina. Santa Collector Fe.Superintendent. 'of .Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County. Judge- : -Hinton* ,J. Baker, :Fernandina. WALTON. .

I : Edtfin Higgins, Jacksonville. f Daniel : Sr. County Judge William
of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. .A.'Edwards.Fcrllandina. County Judge- McLeod, Clark.
j ;iJ.: Jolm I., J F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. 'Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

J .' BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer, Sheriff -J. W. Campbell.TreasurerJames Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone.
; S. Bowers. T'ea8'Urer-J. P.
ail -: State Ofllcers. County Judge-James A. :McCrory, City nandina. Richards.
y',73.L' Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of RevenueV. n.Icteod.. Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Cl.erk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush

1 m1. : Goernor-'Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. I Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higginbotham Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools"". G. CO \rell.

F* Lk.ltt.enant.GoL'ernor-Livil1gstoll W. Beth- Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Callahan. _
County Treasuree Gustav Stark Fernan- -::=
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1 1I THE
Collector of Revenue-D.W. McQuaig, Bre- dina. OELEBRATED
I Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal-
'yard County.Superintendent. ORANGE COUNTY.
j lahafice.j : .
j i fJolnptroller-'V. D. Barnes,:Tallahassee. of.Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs,Orlando. DESI

I; lSurcr-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. WOOTONSOLID S. .
\ : .4lforatey-General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY -COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Orlando.
i! hassfve. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James> M. Owens, Fort COMFORT OFFICE .

Commissioner of. Lands-P. W. White. Park.. Reid, Fla.Collector. .APPLI.XCE8EVERYBODY
i i Tall hassee. Clerk-J. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Ret'cnuc-A. M Hyer, Sanford.- _

Su'pcrintendent of Public Instruction. K. S/Ierijf-Jamcs W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent,of SchooU-John T.Becks,
!: Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. DELIGHTED
Collector of RCl'enue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
: Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate B. Harrison, Palatka.
Middl bur Clerk-" F. Forward, Palatka.
COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally. C+p P !
Tallahassee. ., !t
f Clerk H. C.
Long County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
j Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake Collector of Ret'eulle-Joseph Price. No. S Flat Top.
j Jacksonville. City. Why use Desks ,of ordinary
Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. -- construction
j SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A.;D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. slight

i Chief Justice-E. M. Randall,Jacksonville. Collector of Ta'xes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. additional cost you can Lave

J Associate Justice-J. Wcstcott,jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent! of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improvements

: Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. T7Z ? Awkward closets and
J' Associate Justice R. B. Van Val ken >
burgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun erf)'. side drawers dose
Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Sc/lOols-T. J. Faulkner, : away with
: Clerk-0. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. i7i; ( ;s y I' l We substitute revolving cases,

," CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. I--' ''hIj w which swing with a slight

':: First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Sunt'Jlor-D. N. Cox, Perry. i a'' 1. q! touch of the Land and are
Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Ret.'cnue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. {l ''II
:; sacolit.Seaaid. j ,e ;2j -J II thus enabled to furnish double
Circuit David S. Walker Tallahassee sonville. of Ta.rcs-R. L. Henderson.ST. (
.": Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, L the space generally given on
\ JOHN'S -
1 COUNTY. -.
': Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. --V---- each side; and when cases are
Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Y
: Fotirlh Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- tine. open, the whole interior is
sell Jacksonville.
: ville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Hooded with light and all
: C"rcuit-Thomas P. Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
'; Fifth I King, Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine Xo. 14 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached with
: ville. : County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor Taxes
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine.of A. D. Rogero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to

..., Seventh', Circuit-W. Archer Cock" Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Ret.'enue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.
M Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

!.. Court Calendar. Columbia Collector County.Superintendent of Rt'Venue-'V.. H. H. :McLeod. St.Superintendent Augustine. of Schools-C. F. Perpall, it TEE "WOOTOIT

: FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, 1y n

Fall Santa Term-Rosa, 2
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. o
: Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County JudgeW. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff-J. S. Dyches Leesburg.

: in October. ville. Assessor of-Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. ,,, 4!
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= Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Collector of RCIenue-Joseph Hutchinson The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -

October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. ,,,;, -I, az to the business public. One hundred and

Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ville.Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under

October.Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich,Brooks- ston, Sumterville. one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants

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

10, 1879, and does not change. the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. :M. Blackburn, Live daIs and Professional Men generally.
Fort Dade. ;
Spring Term. Oak.ClerkRobert '
: Term- Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Spring County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. Wooton Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS
A ril.iladtson. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,

2d :Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
: lamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. 'Jones

ouwtinee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa.Superintendent. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
April. of Schools W.P. Henderson
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler Enter-

in.April.jafa'yette. JEFFERSON. prise.ClerkJohn. SEWING MACHINES.ILL. .
6th after 4th : W. Dickins
Tuesday Monday Enterprise.
County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello.
l' in; April. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise.
Sheri; -T. B. Simkins, :Monticello.
l'j! Fall Ttrmi Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen
.?i :Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. NE RteREITh
October. Collector Revenue
of P. N.
Monticello. Bryan, Glen .. .
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Madison 2d Monday in October. Cove. -
M. Girardeau Mon- s-I' ::
County 2Veasurerr-W.
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Hamilton 4th Monday in October.
I j ticello. Superintendent of Sclwols-L. D. Huston, ".

: inOctober.Suwannee! 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Retentte-J. H. Tucker, Mon- Enterprise. .. .
? Columbia, Monday after4th Mondayin Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge--W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
1 October. keenah. Sheriff-Charles Alligood, Crawfordville.
'! '' Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat..R Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA ONES
in,: October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts
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.i' FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. -*. -
: Term- Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. mOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
Spring County Treasurer- W. Walker Craw-
:JSt.r John's. 2d Tuesday March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville. 4jfl\ &
., Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Collector}Ret'enue-R.C.McMillan Craw-
,": Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Fernandina,
t'; Maker 2d in County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
; Tuesday April. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw-
J; ;Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line Jkinr
t: Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA.
Old Town. A''
Poll Term- And Cedar Key.
Assessor Taxes David ""R. Townsend County Judge-John Chain.
: : St. John's 2HTuesday in September. of r.[
Clerk R. R. .
(i: Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Shepard.TreasurerRobert f

.! Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Robinson.
:: Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rt''lcnue-'V. J. Williams. r .
..;: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. | |0ffers to Lessees and Purchasers a large ,

n I Duyal, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.
I II j FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry. N.Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable

I Spring Term"tumter Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner.
| Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Cl.erk-S. J.Pearce. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

: Marion\ 4th Monday in March. Collector of RCIenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- SheriffW.Bowen..
I 'Putnam hassee. Treasurer F. F. City or Suburban Residences,
.f 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Beville.
}1 March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Ret.e1itte-J..D. Filles.

Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H.Johnson. UPON EASY ;TER 1S.
1 March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent off S.choou-P. R. :McCrary.DADE. r tl

Alachua, 4th Mondayafter4tll Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts Values allowed
on to
March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. 5
i! Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen'E. Heyser. i -- re
"l Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Ret'enue-n. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. '. Faulkner. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

: in October. K Sheriff Wm. M. Mattaur.
'I \nrion,3d Monday eYe
L' Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent! of Schools-J. :'B. Menden- Treasurer J. Wm. Ewan. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall,'Bronson. Collector of Rez'enue-'Ym. H. Benest.
Assessor of Taxes Wm. H. Benest. erty purchased'substantial improvements
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY.
; County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- JACKSON. for residence, or in which to conduct their

'y.rpr ingTerm--; son.Sheriff S.: A. Parrimore' Madison. County Clerk-Frank Judge-George F. Baltzell. business. U Ah.:
: Philips.
f Orange, 4th Monday in January. :i I
Clerk-John M. Madison rE.GT
Volusia Beggs, Sheriff Andrew Scott.
'Y Monday in February. QTR
.f llrevard,1st) Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry Treasurer-James E. Hearn. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS P < NEVER
Madison.County. Collector of Rt't'mlte-John B. Anderson. 'NEVEf ORDER.RWHii .
-y:: Dade,3d Monday in April. OUT or
.r Tall Term- Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from .

"v Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Ref.'enueB. D. Wadsworth Superintendent of Scliools-Samuel Erwin.
Madison. taxation offered ill
by the several cities'and
: Volusia, 2d Monday in September.
; Brc\lrd.4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, :Mad- FRANKLIN.


County Judge-Z.. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. PtLANr9
f I County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Treasurer R. H. Porter. f'IOffice, cor.; Beach &7th.sts.: vAQO obANoe MASS. G
I i. ALACHUA.County Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Ret'e1me-Geoqre A.'Pat ton. { ILL.
t Juntus Assessor Taxes W. F. Parrish Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. FOR SALE
Judge- C. Gardner, Gaines- of ) .,
i sine- 1' town. Superintendent of Schools-Hen.ry C. Hicks. / : .. {

4 dtrk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Rez'enutIarion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. .,. ., -, -'' ,- '.. . '.. JAMES McGIFFHf.

j I Shrriff! { S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. AND BUILDER]
:'Gainesville.' : Superintendent of Schools-Felix. J. Seward, Clerk-Henry.S.. Reeves. f:: ; '-: : : ,; .;. ; ,CONTRACTOR I
Pine Level. :
SllcrlffThomasIitchelJ.. and
(Elector of Ret'emlt-H.C. Denton y ; .,.!.", '\ : : ;' ', Alachua Street, between Second
Gaines- MARION COUNTY'County Trea$1rer-A. M. Smith. | c' : .i.. :[, -
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Superintendent of School*-V?. N. Sheats, j Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.Sheriff.A. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul.j; '' ;': ::'t,'; Y>'\' : ;, .:: .c.o1.fl .- Orders disbnct' : -
Gainesville. 1 > f :, ; -';'y''.'". = and estimates from a
B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent Schools C. ; ; 2rtF
of E. L. Allison. >' it: f-: .
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.Trail tleaies COUNTY, FLORIDA. .\.DLISI.lED 1875. Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.35 7.30 Leave Tallaha s<>e..................... ... 8.00am

Tay) passenger -,and .. Leave Rosewood.................. 8.07 8.10 Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05 am
purtedarKeyat ransi dltiitdwood Road10.25 DEXTER HUNTER, -- Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.35 8.55 Arrive St. )[ark's.......................... t 9.30am
:all points ou dill! : North; a. in.r vs. Leave Bronson-...................... 9.17 9.55 Leave St. Mark's.........................10.00 a:m
Ujvannah. 31 joints JOHN II. BOYNTON ATTACHMENT DRUGS and'MEDICINES Arrive Wakulla-.. ........................
o 'i Leave Archer........................ 9.48 10.30 : 10.25am
............... ...............10.2.5 a.'m.
and Callahan.t. ) Doing business under the $1,663.00. Leave Palmer.......................10.03 10.49 Arrive Tallahassee........................11.30 a m

(connecting at 'en cola. ,and all name and style of JohnBoynton's Leave Arredondo..................10.18 11.06
For Tallahassee the l'lorica Central & Son.SAID Leave Gainesville..................10.45 11.36 CONNECTIONS.
lOints on At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
i .. .......... H. BOYN- HORSEY & CO. A.,M.
J 1r ad....! ...10.25 3. m.conncctntgatilialdwin. DEFENDANT, JOHN
: all North With
\\e:tern : .) business John Boynton'sSon Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.27 12.30 points and East; theFernandina -
doing as
: will take notice of the com- Leave Waldo.......................11.40 2.00 & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
nan Passenger rrai'UN'ites-: mencement, hereby of the above entitled suit by Leave Thurston...........:........12.03 2.30 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
f roni Cedar; Key, Wildwood( and Fourth =1 PHARMACISTS 1= P.M. the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc.
Attachment in the Circuit Court,
all points on the Transit; : Road.. 4.35 p. m. Judicial Circuit in and for the County of Leave Starke-.......................12.38 2.47! At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen-
from Savannah land l dill points in Leave Temple's ................. ..12.46 2.57 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
the North and West*................. 4.35 p.m. Nassau Florida demur; and to the is notified declaration to appear filed, Leave Lawtey.._.................:.... 1.08 3.231! nandina, Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.

From Tallahassee, Pct+sacola. and plead therein or before the first Monday in Centre Street, ,Leave Highland..................... 1.33 3.45 .. At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida
on or
all points on the Florida Central Leave Maxville..................... 1.49 4.15 & Western Railroad.
default will
March next
4 A- Western Pailroa:: ................. 4.35 p.m.i taken herein, or on judgment behalf of by Dexter Hunter, FI nX NDiaTA, FLORIDA, Arrive Baldwin .............:..:.:. 2.11 4.50 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

\iqlit PaSSC1tl.r T'ai leaves the plaintiff above named. Leave Baldwin................;.... 2.16 5.40 Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-'

For Cedar Key, \V51dvy jod, and all R. M. DAVIS, constantly on hand a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch......,..... 2.34 6.00: urdays. .
points on the, iranMj.; Load.;...... 5.05: p. m. II. J. BAKER KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN Leave Dutton.................:.;..... 2.47 6.15: At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
For Sn'3nn31a'l: id alll points North Attorneys for Plaintiff. and DOMESTIC Arrive Callahan........ ...:..'.'...; 3.15 6.50 I I cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-

and West.. ..I..... ... .... 5.05 p. m. Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 28,1884. 1-3lll Leave Callahan......".....:....".....: 3.22 7,10 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
connecting Callahan.' ) Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.10 8.06 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,

For( Tallahassee:: ,.,Pensacola Cent and all In the Circuit Cpurt, Fourth Judicial Drugs and Chemicals, Arrive Fermin h1a................. 4.35 8.40 and Northwest, Columbus and and with Eufaula.all boats for Apalachicola -

\Western; Railroad the Florida.....:........al....&.. 5.05p.m. Circuit, in and for the Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines, Night#!?Day Passenger Passenger daily.PENINSULAR.daily except Sunday;,, all The points Shortest West.Through .Quickest and Best Route to

connecting, Baldwin.) County of Nassau Florida ,
( Tickets and
Sleeping Car Berths
\tgld Passcir Trail arrives Josiah H. Prescott ]1 Proprietary :u,1'FIIICY: Goods, DIVISION secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,

From Cedar K-V. Wildwood, and vs. I notice of (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUBG.) and at new office southwest corner of Bay
all points oa he Transit Road... 8.40 a. m. John Boynton doing bus-{ Attachment FINE TOILET ARTICLES, GOING SOUTH. and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. .
From Savjimijili; ,! and sill points in iness under the name and I|f Amount A. O. MAcDONELL,
the North ai P.M. A.M.
II Tallahassee and
From rcn5ac-
all points Railroad o:| 'Florida...;................. 8.40a.m. THE above named defendant, John II. IN GREAT VARIETY Leave Dixie........................... 3.27 1.10 C. W. MAXWELL,
Western York doing Master of
; of the City of New Leave Hawthorne............. ...- 3.42 1.33 Transportation
FERXASD Nfv & JACKSONVILLE R. U. business under the name and style of Leave Lochloosa................... 4.00 2.03 Baldwin, Fla.
Train leaves!id'uily, except Sunday- John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to 1 SS"" Leave Orange Lake................ 4.22 2.33 D. E. MAXWELL,
for Jackson\'P@ ><'. a. m. enter his appearance in and to the above en- Leave Sparr.s.\..... .... 4.36 2.52 General Superintendent.

Train arrives dally, except Sunday titled attachment suit commenced against carefully compounded with pure: Drugs, at Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 Fernandina Fla.

Jacksonville. 4.15 p. m. him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott Leave Silver Spring............... 5.25 3.35 \
From Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in reasonable prices. Leave Ocala............................ 5.45 4.00 Savannah, Florida and Western ;' I II
Mm Jay onty:- January, 1885, and to plead or demur to the Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 I

For Jacksoin'illc 7.00 a. m. declaration filed therein on or, before the In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Arrive Oxford....................... 6.42 5.09 RAILWAY. i.

For Jacksonville l 4.30 p. m. first Monday in February, 18S5, or judgment Circuit Nassau County Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30
from Jacksonville.. 10.35 a. m. will be entered against him by default.II. Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. i :
From Jacksonville ........ 8.40 p. m. J. BAKER Florida. '

EEA ISLAM\ ) ROUTE. Attorney for Plain tiff in above suit.J. JANE M. MOORE, GOING NOETH. All trains of this road are run by Central I
Aiu> Clerk Circuit Court. [ A.M. P.M. ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes !
From Savannah; ,Steadier St. Nicholas A. s. vs. } Leave Leesburg...................... 6.50 6.00 slower than Jacksonville time.
Sunday and Thursday. I Fernandina, Fla., September 0, 1884-3m BERNIAH MOORE. J Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 I

ForSavannahSteanicrSt. Xicholas APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVITfiled Leave Oxford.......................... 7.337.17, and after November 2 '1884 r i
Monday;and Friday.MALLO Iii Circuit Court Fourth, Judicial that Berniah Moore" the defendant Leave Lake Weir Station....:... 7.49; 7.40 ''Passenger Trains Sunday will, leave and,arrive, :

"Y LIKE. Circuit. Nassau County, }.'10. resides beyond the limits of the State of Leave Ocala.............-............ 8.30 8.42 as follows: ;: ::1 I j',

cYork direct steam- Florida, so that ordinary process ,cannot be Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 .,
For Texas! by of Lettie Millervs. 1 served upon him; now, therefore, it is ordered Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
ships State oi or City of t
Notice that a hearing be had upon the facts Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.45 1\
evening 7.00 Leave Jacksonville ..........
!San AntoniojThunj lav p. m. daily at. 7:40 a m !
John II. Boynton, doing busattachment. bill of
From New York dirrj-t. by City of charged in complainant's complaint, Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... &00 1
iness under the name and Amount filed in above stated cause, on the first Monday Leave Lochloosa.............. ...;10.02 10.45 pm
Antonio and State of Texas Arrive Callaahn ...... ....
San : style of John Boynton's sworn to $400 in October next. at daily! at ? 8:20 am..1
Leave Hawthorne..10.23 11.15
Friday;. ,. 3.00 p.m. Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:00 a m
every Son. JAIES'I. BAKER, Judge. Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35A.1I. Arrive at Thomasville ..... I
BALTIMORE A FLORIDA; 6TEMSHIP LINE. daily! at 1:30 p m .j
above named defendant, John II. June 20th, 1884. 31-3m .
Arrive at .....
Bainbridge at. 3:30
For and from Baltimore, by steamship THE of the City of New York do- Arrive Waldo.... ....' ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at..?. 3:52 p m 'I
Jesse 1 I. Frceiuan ten business under the and style of : pm' \
1 ; every ing name SEA ISLAND ROUTE. .Jj2rDay Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Pensacola daily at.?........10.05 p m
notified lit
days at high, .>vater. John Boynton's Son, hereby to Night Passenger daily.F. Arrive! at Mobile daily at. ............ 2:40 a 'm \
enter his in and to the above :
BOSTON & I'ErlNANDINA STEAMSHIP LINE. appearance Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 7:45 a in I
suit commenced
I entitled attachment against
For Boston, l'yC->team*hip Lorenzo him by,Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before GEORGIA AND FLORIDA & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 1:30 p m
I). Baker or the Vidette, every at Charleston daily at........ 7:25 p m I
the first Monday in January, 1885, and to (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.)
Wednesday, it high water. plead or demur to the declaration filed in Inland Steamboat Co. GOING SOUTH. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- II IIArrive I

From oston'cry ;: Monday, by said cause on or before the first :Monday in Leave Fernandina....................... 7.30 a. m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- I
of the steamers.
one nine February 1885 or judgment by default will Leave Hart's Road..................... 8.05 a. m. cola. Mobile, New Orleans Texas, all trans- itlti

<'I\ LESTOX,;& FI.Ol1lD.TE.UISUIl' LINE. be entered against you. NO HEAT-NO! DUSTBUT Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 9.10a.m. Mississippi points. Possengers for Brunswick 1
For Cljarlebtonj. steamship City II. J. BAKER. GOING NORTH. take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia :

of Monticcll every Wednesday. Attorney for Plaintiff:, above suit.J. Leave Jacksonville..................... 5.00p.m. B. & '"";0'. I.. I". at 12.45 i p. m.' I l .'

From Charlctiin( byi! same steamer EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. A Delightful Sail Along the Pic Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.04 p. in. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars on this '

every Monday.]. 2.00 a.. m. Fernandina, Fla., September G, 1884. turesque Sea Islands. Arrive Fernandina..................... 6.40p.m. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile .
For Charleston by Hcamship Cityof Sl" Trains daily except Sunday. and New Orleans. I I
laatkn'cry Sunday. Sheriff's Sale. -- I!

every Thursday.....................4.00 a. m. UNDER and by virtue of an execution & A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE a .M. P. }[. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 1:25 p m '
MAYS out of the Circuit Court Fourth __ ) Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30 p m *j !

niVEn. Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, THE STEAMER Arrive Fernandina................10.30 8.20 Arrive at Callahan daily! at............ 2:04 p m |f!
Steamer Niu-f1t11c+C8 Centre street dock- in a suit in'salt Court determined, wherein Leave Fernandina...... ........... 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 3:50: p m g i
For St. Man arid Cf-andall, Tuesday TJieo. Starbuck is and Ho- Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.25
plaintiff Henry Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 p m ||!
and FricTuy....................... 3.00 p.m. bein defendant I have levied and will
upon Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 7:40 p m .
For St. Marjs: ; 111dIJungeness, on sell at public auction in front of the Court- "
Wednesday and Saturday........ 2.00 p.m. house the ciiy of Fernandina Itl I CONNECTIONS.AT Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Savannah.
in on Mondaythe t
This train at all local sta-
For stops
Mary': a ing's Ferry
1st. day of December, 1884, during the
Monday ajil Thursday............ 8.00a.m. legal hours of sale the south half of Lot 3 _.._ u', -. :. FERNANDINA, FLA., tions between Jacksonville and Savannah. ?j

Steamer Murrta: arrives- of the south-west quarter of section twenty- -., -- ,_---_. _, ;.;..:" ... -J&' With New York and Fernandina Steam- FAST MAIL. ffl

From St. MaryV t ndCrandall; on four ((24)), Township two ((2)), North, Range ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m

Monday and TJ tmday............ 7.00 a. m. twenty-eight ((28)) East containing twenty- ST. NICHOLAS for New York on Thursday. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00 in }
From St. Marys/ :and Dungeness, eight acres more or less. Levied upon as the With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at Callahan daily at........... :;:10 p m ;
on Wednesday; und Saturday.... 9.00 a. in. property of Henry Hobein. LEAVES mornings.: nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05: p m i

From St. Mary's a HI King's Ferry, Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. Friday leaves SAVANNAH foot of CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jesup daily at............... G:35: p m ,
Tuesday and Friday................. 2.00 p.m. A. ELLERMANN Sheriff. Returning, and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
I Lincoln street mid
Fernandina, Fla., October 30th, 1884tdPATENTS every Sunday Thursday and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:45 a m ,
8:30 o'clock standard
PostOffice Notice. mornings, time. BALDWIN, FLA., Arrive at Washington,D.b., daily..11:00 p m Ii

TicketsTO To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40: a m JI(
For and Excursion ,
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. Regular Special ',
Sunday hours, 10 30 A.. M. to 11:30 A. M. and all points South, West, and Northwest, Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleeping Cars, '
New York without
Jacksonville to
Money Orders: a':id Registered Letters from daily. :

FW: A. M. tl '1:001r. al.; and from 2:00 p. M Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, AT HAWTHORNE, JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. '

to 3:30: I'. M. j MUNN & CO.. of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN con- To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Leave Jacksonvile! daily at.......... 7:00 p m
tinue to act us Solicitors for Trade
.ttents.. Caveats apply to LEVE & ALDEN corner of Bull Arrive at Jacksonville ..... 7:50
ARRIVAL AI'I: OF THE MAILS. Marks. Copyrights for the United States, Canada, AT WILDWOOD. daily at. a m
DEPARTURE England }France Germany etc. Hand Book about and Bryan streets, Savannah. With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 7:50 p m : .
Trttj.v) it & Jl wiukjr Railroad- Patents Patents sent obtained free.'throuch Thirty-MUNN'pven years& experience. Brunswick passengers either way will be and Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive at Waycross daily at...........10.05: p m I
Arrives CO.
dailv1 except: Sunday....... 4:15: p. M. I in the SCIENTIFIC AMUUCAN the largest are, test noticed,and transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:55 p m ,
Brings maltfro >1 the North, the most widely circulated scientific paper. } .W a Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri- ..... I
Weekly Splendid year. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Macon daily at.... ...... 7:50 a m ,
'Jalf coast and engravings/ and Intprrstinc In-
J'irinpit. Peninsular formation. Specimen copy oftheSdeutitiicAlner- val will be at risk of consignee. West and Havana, Saturday for New Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............11:59 a m I
rail road .{i icnn sent free. Address MUNN&CO., bciEXTlFlC Jo W. SIMMONS, Agent, every Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars via i
Clues daily cxecpt; SUnday...........10:00 A. M. AMERICAN Office Broadway, New York. Fernandina, Fla. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Waycross. and Pullman Palace Sleeping
Havana from New Orleans
Takes mails-for the North the every Friday ;
Ag't.Savannah ,
Cars via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. :
Gulf coast,Tiin it)nd Peninsular obtained for new inventions Ga. every Saturday.
PATENTS Connections at Atlanta with Western and
roads, tlee.burg :' or for improvements in old With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers !
J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and I ,
train! err vex hail y .......... 8:40 A. M. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand for and from Key West, :Monday and Railroads for all West and ;
Georgia points I
Brings Wes&n'nail: only.Fcrnandnia all patent business promptly attended Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Mon-
di'T; .nonvillc. Ra to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN RAILROADS.TIME day and Friday.For :
; REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- information respecting routes rates, EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. :

Arrives Bring,dailyecel t onday.::; : ........ 4:15: A. M. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:50 p m :
John's the ;.flick OIi ville and St. ent Office, and engaged PATENT BUSI- CARD dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 a m 1

(loses river ;U3. 1'S! 'NESS EXCLUSIVELY can secure pat- OF THE sonville. Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 0:35 p m '

Takes daily: ec Ci'p? 'Sunday..10:30 A. M. ents in less time than those who are remote FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COJIPASY. Arrive at Waycross daily at..........11:40 p m t

the Jacksonville: ,St.John's Washington.When FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p m ,
and ISo; lb r11 maUs.Sillday Inventors send model or sketch, In Effect July 13th, 1884. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50pm :
.il/at.:":'" we make search in the Patent Office, and CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm :

Jacksonville 1':nil.. S .;.John's. River, advise as to its patentability free'of charge, TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE!: RIVER.) Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:00: a m

X arrives....... ;;.:.... ......................10:25 A. )1. Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- (FEEXANDINA CEDAR KEY.) ( Arrive at Albany daily at..............10:30 a m I; I I
Iern.mat: irri .es.. ..::........... 9:00 P. M. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- WESTWARD.No.. No. 3. Arrive at :Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 pm' !
Jacksoniilie,; ,. JJlm'8 River and ENT IS OBTAINED.We (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Accom. Mail. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m f. .

the North .1 ses....................... 6:00 A. M. refer by permission to the City Post- GOING Leave Jacksonville....... 7.35 m 6.30 p m Arrive at Brunswick daily at........ 6:15 a m t, I
Jacksonville tnJ: St. J bn's River master, and to the: Superintendent the SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.16am 7.40pm Arrive! at Savannah daily at......... 6:05 am a Ji I

only, closesi.N! ....;...................... 4:00 P. M. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash A.M. P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 8.18am 8.50pm Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m I
ington. For special references, circular,ser- Leave Fernandina..................10.25 5.05 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson- : I
: S4ML.: T. RIDDELL. P. M. Lake City-; .. .. 9.48am 11.14pm
5.40 ville to Louisville via Thomasville.
vice Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.50 !
terms, etc., addressC. LiveOak............10.37 am 1.10pm j
A. SNOW & CO., Arrive Callahan...................11.15 6.10 Madison ............12.12pm 3.40am Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jack- :
: Leave Callahan .................11.22 6.40 sonville to D. C. Pullman !
TADARDtOGRAPHIES.! ; Jus t Opp. Patent Office Washington-C. 2 .... 'Monticello ......... 3.10pm 6.50am Washington '
.{ Rea d Leave Dutton. ..... ............ ....12.18 7.15 Arrive Tallahassee...... 2.36pm 8.10am Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville to Savan- .: I
nah. Connections at with
BLAlNE!! iD'LO y. P.M. Montgomery
AN. Leave Tallahassee....... 2.40 m 8.50 a m
"7 CURTIS fc CO. ...... p Louisville and''Nashville Railroad for :New
ROYal Leave Branch ... 12.32 8.07
octa\t Brandy ,
t 4 a ; 61 full-page Illustrations Quincy .............. 3.43pm 10.50am I'
Arrive Baldwin....................12.50 8.40 Orleans and Texas points and the West and ,
.. 12.50
n.DEN, CL nUND; and HENDEICKS.s REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Leave Baldwin....................12.55 9.15 Arrive Chatta. River.. 4.50 p m am Northwest. At Savannah with Central I

44 POYal octll\';'Iai ; 35 full-page Illustrations. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. Leave Maxville..................;. 1.17 9.45 EASTWARD.No. Railroad of Georgia for all points West and I

Beat Leave Highland.................... 1.35 10.06 No. 4. Northwest. Charleston and Savannah Rail-
Term cv 'r Offered to Agents. Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges Leave Lawtey......................... 1.49 10.24 Accom. Mail. way for all points North, with steamships '
Ptdrtfit FREE a] d AL FREIGHT PAID. effected. :Leave Temple's..................... 2.05 10.49 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.45 am 2.00 p m for New York Philadelphia, Boston and /
IS. CSS IL S. GOODSPEED & CO., Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 Leave Starke......................... 2.30 '10.57 Quincy -...........12.10 a m '3.43 p m Baltimore. At Charleston with steamshipsfor >i

NEW YORK or CHICAGO. acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 Leave Thurston-.................... 2.42 11.16 Arrive Tallahassee....... 1.20pm 5.15pm New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore. ., 4

tiny ant acres, for sale. Arrive Waldo....................... 2.02 11.46 Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.27 p m ,5.50 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
Mortgage N. B.-"St Mary's having been selectedas A.M. 1\Ionticello..12.45 pm 8.30 pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage

L KEX-Sam PAPERHJO CTS. PER DOZEN. the terminus of the Atlantic MississippiCanal Leave Waldo......................... 3.09 1.15 Madison ............ 4.10pm 10.35pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths

r-.a...,. Address upon receipt of 2-cent (under the survey made for Govern- :Leave Gainesville.................. 3.48 2.20 Live Oak............ 5.31 pm 12.55 a m and sections secured at Company's office in 1

p. ment by General Gillmore), charters for the Leave Arredondo..................' 4.09 2.46 Lake City.......... 6.26 p m 2.55 a m Astor's Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-

'G) LORIDA MIRROR, construction of which having been granted Leave Palmer......... ............... 4.21 2.55 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.53pm '5.40am pot Ticket Office, and on board People's

Fernandina, Fla.. by the United States Government and the Leave Archer........................ 4.36 3.27 Leave Baldwin............ 7.56pm; 6.10am Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE

A Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large Leave Bronson...................... 5.05 4.15 Arrive Jacksonville....... 8.37pm 7.20am and JESSIE LANE.
1n Aress Great deduction<< increase in the value of adjacent lands may Leave Otter Creek..........'........ 5.42 5.05 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR, ,

and lIius .Pumisbing Goods be confidently looked for. (See New York Leave Rosewood................... 6.15 5.55 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent."

i! AT PAUL FUNKE'S. Sun, 27-3-83.) Arrive Cedar Key.................. 6.45, 6.35 will run Mondays. A. :M. IVES, A"cnt.

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THE! FLORIDA MIRROR. The Fernandina Debating Club.A Range of Tliermometer Sale of Railroad Lands.ON ,.'':,,' '

.: 'number of young men met on Wednesday FOR THK WEF.K ENDING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28,
: : evening last and organized a club 1884, AT HORSEY'S DRCG STORE. i\ : -.,
7 A.X. 12 M. 3p.){. 6p.)(. WIND.
i l Ii+ .qo A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS under the above name. The principal ob- Saturday, Nor.22_...60 71 70 69 N. E. NOVEMBER 26th 1884,
ject of the club is, as its name indicates, the Sunday ,23..59 72 72 70 N. E. "
Monday, II 24?....58 70 70 68 S. W.
1 Reflections. improvement in extempore debating. The Tuesday 25.45 60 70 64 N. W.Wednesday LANDS, INCLUDING THOSE
i meetings will be held Wednesday ," 26......51 68 68 65 N. W. ALL by the State and belonging to Two'Ml
F : All the stores in the city were closed at every Thursday, ", 2T..57 70 70 68 N. E. Ili
evening at the public ,school house. All Friday, '" 28..58 60 62 60 S. W.
f' noon on Thanksgiving day. The' Florida Railway & Navigation Comp'y, ons
'I wishing to join should send in their appli- .

,: With this,issue the Florida Mirror enters cation to the secretary, Mr. F.''j. Duffy. MARINE. (formerly the Atlantic, Gulf & West India of acres of Farming, Orange

:.; ipoti: the seventh year of its career. Port of Fernandina.- Transit Railroad Company), will be offeredfor Timber and ,
,; Tfie steamship Wdcttc which sailed for Change of Steamers on the Inland sale. Lands
Route. HIGH WATER. This sale will cover lands as far south and situated in
::Boston Wednesday, carried 12,00 boxes of Saturday,November29.?... 4:40 A. M. 5:07 P. M. including the last tier of Sections in Town- 29 counties, and
:oral ges. The steamer Florida arrived here ;yesterday Sunday 30...... 5:40" 6:05" ship 25.The comprising the lands
; ..... bought
December 1. 6:36 7:01
from Jacksonville having been thoroughly Monday
..... Office for the sale of the lands above Sir
; Nix has put up the handsomest soda Tuesday, 2 7:317:54 by Edward J. Reed
: wader overhauled. She goes on the inland Wednesday, 3...... 8:26" 8:47 referred to will be located in a Car on a side from
;: fountain in the State at his stand in route between this port and Savannah, in Thursday ,"- 4.?... 9:19" 9:39" track of the Railroad, twelve. miles south of the State of Florida in 1881
:the ostotfice. Friday, 5.1009 10:28" Panasoffkee.The .
place of the Everglade, which left for Jack- offered
:, ENTERED. sale will continue for TEN DAYS, are now at gradedprices.
1 : T ie steamer Jesse IT. Freeman, from this sonville yesterday noon, to join the St. Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from commencing on the day named; after which, These lands
por to Baltimore Tuesday, took 300 balesi John's River fleet. The steamer Anita Is Brunswick daily with freight and pas- commencing on the 8th day of December, were selected -

.* cotton. and 50 packages merchandise. expected here this morning. The Anita will Nov.Steamship sengers,,to San F. W.Antonio Simmons, Wilder, agent., from the sale will be resumed by the Company at by .Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

V \*'. Hillyer, Esq., wife and child, father take the place of the St. Nicholas, which is R.New W."iork:Southwick: freight agent.and passengers, to its Office, ;I ley late Commissioner of the

of Mr. C. V. Hillyer, of this city, arrived ,to undergo a thorough overhauling at Sav- I ". Steamship Vidette, Fuller, from Boston; No. 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville. State Land Office, and \
freight, to Fred W. Hoyt &:Co. Ar
here on Sunday last. annah. Both the Florida and Anita have 25-Steamship Jesse H. Freeman, Anderson, '
M. A. Williams late
fine passenger accommodations.Mrs. from Baltimore; freight, to Fred W. All communication's in relation to sales agent for
BJ. G. McQuitty, the merchant tailor, has .
Hoyt&: Co. should be addressed to sale of State lands
removed to his old place of business on Steamship City of Monticello, McKee, S. I. WAIVES which fact
Grundy Says: from Charleston and ,
: freight
,Cerjtre street, next to Dr. Palmer's drug That Rev. Mr. Chandler has been holding gers, to W. 0. Jeffreys, agent. passen- Land Commissioner, is a guaranty of their high
store. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from 51 : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. quality. The purchase
I revival meetings this week; Charleston; freight and passengers to known

The residence, of Mr. Fuller, superintendent That,with church and school duties, his W. Jeffreys, agent. as the Reed Purchase was
Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from only
of St. Simon's mills was destroyedby time must be fully occupied. Savannah; freight and passengers, to for sale this

fire on Friday morning of last week. That the roange crop of Fernandina is ." Lorimier, agent.21Steampacket opened year, and
Everglade, Joiner, from have
i The loss is estimated at $5,000. quite extensive; Savannah; freight, to Mr. Lorimier, not been culled

The Democratic Presidential Electors for That Mike Fitzpatrick made large ship- Steam-packet agent. St. Nicholas, Usina, from -GO TO- or picked over. No part has

thi. State will meet at Tallahassee Wednesday ments to Boston from his grove in town. Savannah; freight and passengers, to been reserved in
Mr. Lorimier, agent. manner
next, December 3rd, to cast Florida's That there was slight" frost Monday Steam-packet Everglade, Joiner, from and the whole is for
for Cleveland Hendricks. night. Savannah; freight, to Mr. Lorimier, open sale.
The Boston and Baltimore steamships That she trusts :Messrs. Mode Bros' use 28-Steam-Packet agent. Florida, Amazeen, from PRESCOTTSESTABLISHED 'Special prices on large tracts.

of her name will not be in vain ; Jacksonville; freight and passengers, Timber lands, virgin forests in
thi; week brought quite heavy freight. to Mr. Lorimier, agent.
That they .seem bound to have a gilt- bodies of
Among the cargo of the Vidette were some CLEARED. 50,000 acres and up

thoroughbred cattle for Jacksonville. edged building; Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for wards. Lands sold
That she is willing to make a. concessionin Brunswick daily, with freight and HOUSE for cash,
Thanksgiving services were held at the passengers, by F. W. Simmons, agent.
honor of their enterprise.That Nov.2S-SteamshipCity of San Antonio, Wilder, or on long
Presbyterian church on Thursday. Owing & Co. had for New York; freight and passengers, FORSHOES.
Hoyt heavy consignments -
by.R. W. Southwick, agent. The Florida Land and
; to the illness of Rev. Mr.Thackara, none Mortgage.
by the last Boston and Baltimore Steamship Vidette, Fuller, for Boston;
: 1 'were held at St. Peters' Episcopal church. steamers freight,by Fred W.Hoyt& Co.,agents. (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA-
: ; 26-Steamship Jesse H. Freeman, Anderson,
: AmeliaLodge No. 47, F. & A. M. meets in That the new lines seem destined to be a for Baltimore freight, by Fred W..
regular? communication on Monday evening Hoyt & Co. .
success. 44 23-Steamship'City of Palatka, Vogel, for
I December 2. Election of officers. All brethren That the "turkey gobbler strut" was the Charleston; freight and passengers,by

in good standing are requested to at- correct gait on Thursday.That 44 26-Steamship W. 0. Jeffreys City,of agent.Monticello, McKee,

.:' we hear notes of discord from the for Charleston; freight and passengers,
J by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
Postmaster Riddell has put an extra delivery band. Steam-Packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for

I window in the postoffice near the post- That the managers of the Skating Rink Savannah Mr. Lorimier; freight, agent.and passengers, by

: t ofilce money order desk, for the exclusive use are contemplating a great event for new Steam-Packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for

'of ladies. This is an excellent improve- :year's eve. Savannah Mr. Lorimier i freight agent.and passengers, by GET OUR PRICESFOR

m nt. That there seems to be a lack of interest 41 Steam-Packet'Everglade, Hazlitt, Jack-
sonville; freight, by Mr. Lorimier,
: Among the passengers on the steamer in our Fire Department; agent.
San That its efficiency should be tested by an Schooner Jennie F. Willey, Chadwick,
Antonio this week Miss
Georgia for New York; lumber, by Hilliard & -
Mcllwain, of Amsterdam, N. Y. She will occasional drill. Bailey.

[ sp -nd the winter with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. That the lumber is about being cut for the

Snyder. new hotel on Amelia beach ; Potatoes and Apples.

: That the railroad thereto will be next in Just received by Fred W. Hoyt & Co.and
... i Warren F. Scott, of Amelia, this week re- must be sold at once:
4'; ceived his appointment as honorary com- order. 100 bbls Potatoes.
*"= missioner for the State of Florida, to theWorld's That it is stated that a new drivewaythis 100 Apples-cooking and eating.
side of Scott's, on good hard 'ground,
; Industrial and Cotton Centennial ,
Exposition, has been planned from the county road to List of Letters &3r-

; the beach. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- ++++++++++++++++++++
the steamship San Antonio, of the Mallory That the ways and means committee of dina, Nassau county, Florida, Nov. 29,1884.

Lipe left yesterday for New York with the the ladies of the Presbyterian church are Persons calling for these letters must say

following" cargo : 3,064: packages oranges, seeking methods of relieving'' the new advertised : Before Purchasing Elsewhere.A .
Alexander Nellie McClellan, M B
335 bales cotton 407 cedar, 253
i cases logs
manse from encumbrances
; Bishop, H A McNielle, D C.
t i f cedar, 168 barrels rosin, 87 barrels spirits, That she suggests monthly or semimonthly Can, Ellen Rodwell, William

I and 64 packages merchandise. entertainmentswould Conody, Sarah Reed. C J
suppers or literary Downing, W H Luacy, L P
i !The following shipments were made from be the proper and profitable thing; Gordon, J T Tisklor, T LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED.

'this port via the Charleston Steamship Line That there is plenty of material to make Haynes, W B Von Glabin, N.

for Charleston this week : City of Palatka, their entertainments interesting if all the Johnson, Nora William, Omelio
Joiner, James A White Mary J.
orj. Sunday 1,500 boxes oranges and 60 ladies of the church act with unity; Jones, D. Williams Cisper

,_- bees! cotton. City of Monticello, on Thursday That as a general thing too high an ad- Jeomiane, Arwell White, B C

I 800 boxes oranges, 25 bales cotton. mission fee is asked for such socials; Lucas, Henry Wilkerson, Wm A FRED "W. HOYT 4 C.
McFarland, James Williams, C J. ,
I The passenger travel on the Mallory That with a.small fee, the public would McMullen, Lielson Lucas, Henry W

J j Steamship\ Line from the North is unprecedented gladly sustain their efforts. S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.

f this year. For the past six weeks That Dr. Pope is having his Life Pre- ,
f at I the ships have come crowded to their server (patent sail boat) refitted for the Notice to Tax Payers.

t I, utmost capacity. The San Antonio this season of 1884-5. The Tax-Book for 1884 having been placedin

week brought out 150 cabin passengers. That a little paint would give Dr. Sny- my.hands, I am now ready to receive the
der's boat a fresher appearance; State and County taxes for the present year. :F1ElFt1 .A. rq DIN: .A. F"' LA.
\V. Bailey Tucker left for his new field of May be found at my office on Second street, ,
labor at Panasoffkee on Friday of last week. That George Lewis is developing aquatic next to Prescott's shoe store, on Wednesdays --

.Mrs.Tucker went to Atlanta, Georgia, on aspirations ; and Saturdays when not on a collect-
f: That Charley Stark seems to have lost all ing tour in the country.
evening last to have an operation
Thursday; interest in river W. F. SCOTT, Florida Boston and Baltimore
performed on her infant son's eye. She Collector of Revenue for Nassau Co. ,
I --will. join her husband about Christmas. That Ed. Clark, formerly keeper of the Fernandina. Nov. 15. 1884.
I boat house, is dangerously.ill in Savannah, -
i 'In the list of those citizens, published last
j and reported beyond recovery. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale DIRECT FROM
i ,
:week, who had more particularly distinguished -
Tracts containing twenty acres each of
: themselves at the illumination in Beacon Lights for the St.Johns River.

1 ,li( nor of the Democratic success, we inadvertently November h, 1884, stake lights will be choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake STEAMERS N'... EERNANDLVA.

omitted the residences of :Mr. J. established at the following named points suitable for orange growing and truck farm- -
ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
W. Bushnell on Sixth street, and the upon the St. John's river, Florida., The

*f' Thompsons (W. Naylor, Miss Lucy and lights are river lanterns attached to the very conveniently situated for transpor-

f : Pratt) on Seventh. The pretty cottage of day beacons: tation, by' water or rail, and will be sold 'on BOSTON & FERNANDINA STEAMSHIP LINE.

j !t !1tfr. Bushnell presented an especially fine Beacon No. 2, Little Marsh Island... White light. terms to suit purchasers. .Titles are unques
tionable. .Also valuable timber lands in
i beacons Marsh above AS
Range on Clapboard -
appearance, its porches being charmingly creek..................... Two white lights.To large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, STEAMERS THE ABOVE LINE ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL DIRECT
decorated, } with Chinese lanterns. ( guide through Marsh island February 16, 1882, Fernandina, Fla. :
channel to Clapboard creek.)
4 t ; !Capt. Warden,of the British steamship Beacon No. 3, above Brown's creek White light. FERNANDINA.
Beacon No shoal.... FROM BOSTON. FROM
j 4, Quarantine Red light. Notice.
Xavorth Castle and his friend Mr. R. F. .
J. Beacon No. 8, Quarantine shoal..._ Red light. '
Wright, of England, arrived in this city en Beacon No. 5, Dame's point...;.._... White light. Music Lessons can_be had on any kind of Vidette-.....................Wednesday, October 29. Lorenzo D. Baker...Wednesday, October 29.
Beacon No. 10, Dame's point Middle Orchestral Instruments. For particulars,
J 'f route for St.. Mary's River and points in Ground......_............ Red light, call on W. J. LOHMAN, Lorenzo D. Baker Wednesday, November 5. Vidette............_......Wednesday, November 5.
!Florida, Both of these ,gentlemen Beacon No. 11, Upper Petty bank... White light,
Music-Teacher 12.
: l1} Beacon,No. 12. below Dunn's creek. Red light. Vidette...................Wednesday,November 12. Lorenzo D. Baker Wednesday November
48 Corner Ash
1 are friends and correspondents of Mr. Beacon No. 13, opposite Dunn's and Sixth streets. 19.
f :i : Curtis, of St. Mary's, and have made investments creek....................... Red light. Lorenzo"D.Baker,Wednesday:November 19. Vidette............_...;Wednesday,November

Beacon'No. 17, Cedar creekRed light. Overcoats and Winter Clothing: Vidette..................Wednesday, November 26. Lorenzo D. Wednesday November 26,
1 in our section, which they proposeto ? Beacon No. 19, Trout creek...........:.White light. Baker
n their visit. Beacon No. 17%, Suarrez point......... White light. ,At cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S. rater
I during present Capt. Beacon No. 18, Commodore's point. Red light. ..The.Steamer LOKEXZO D. BAKER carries Passengers. Passage
H Warden made the trip from England in his Beacon No. 19, Grassy pointRed light. Call and'
See the' Great
BargainsIn between Boston and Fernandina $20, including Meals and State-Room.
Beacon No. 22, Middle ground, (up-
.,f. ) :.own steamship in twenty-one days.. The per).................__...... White light Blankets, at J.'& T. KYDD'S. .
jJVavortA Castle is 350 feet long,and is now

'loading cotton at Savannah. We to Married
!. / hope Clam Chowder
; see,ere long, the Captain's good ship loading FRANK-WERNER.-On Tuesday after- This evening, at
jat, our own wharves. noon, November 25, 188-1, by the Rev. H. S. tf J. FRED LOUMAN'S. BALTIMORE & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.

:: : ; Yerger, at the residence of the bride's ,

tf The Oranges Grov-cr Cleveland. mother, on Second street, PETER F. FEAICKand Bargains in Dress Goods : The Steamer JESSIE II. FREEMAN of this Line, is appointed to leave Bajtg l;

r.- : i'; j I Mr. G. N. Saussy has just, received from Miss CLAUDIXE,WERNER,second daughter At j J. & T. KYDD'S. I more October 31st, direct for Fernandina,and wilt make round trips every ten P;tenth

' ; ;: 1! the artist photographs of a cluster of oranges of Mrs. Lina Werner-all of this city. Blankets and Comforts Steamer will leave Fernandina on Wednesday, November 5th, and every sncceeain0day
after that date.
1' i sent by him to President-elect Cleveland, No cards. Below cost, AT PAUL FUSKE'S. Bills of Lading issued and through rates given between Boston, Baltimore,and all

before the election, labeled as above. The The bride and groom left on the steamer points in Florida Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.For .

cluster numbered eighteen large oranges, Thomas Collyer, for a short wedding tour. Splendid Stock of Fine Clothing further information, apply to

I 1I I aggregating,16 pounds in weight. They They commence their married' life under Just received. at J. & T. KYDD'S. SEAVERNS & CO., Ag'ts., FRED W. HOYT & CO., Bg' '
were plucked from a tree in Mr. Sanssy'snewly the happiest auspices and with the best 93 South :Market Street, Boston. Second Street,
.So. Special Bay for Bargains .
;;! purchased orange grove in Hills- wishes of a large number of. sympathizingfriends. AC J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can' get, them D. SMALL & CO., Ag'ts E. J.. TRLAYE, Ag't F-R. &11' ville-:!

borough county, near Plant City. every day. '" 49 Baltimore. JacksonrF'

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