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: June 28, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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;'THE STATE. coxruxTiox.EMBlL PLATFOUM. RAILROAD LAMS. matter which concerns the State and the TIlE DIXGLKY SIIIPPIXG BILL '
C The Democratic party of the State of Flor DEPARTMENT OF TIlE INTERIOR people of the counties in which the railroad
: PERRY OF PENSACOLA, DOMINATED ida in convention assembled congratulatesthe WASHINGTON June P } PROVISIONS
(' 1884. lands are situated and which the Senators RELEASING urERtc.YE SELF::
one ) -
FOB GOVERNOR, AND MILTON II. :MABRY OFa'MTER friends of good government upon its assured Sir :-I am in receipt of your letter of the FROM MANY ONEROUS :BURDENS.
COUNTY, FOR LIEUTENANT ofsuecs in the coming campaign have no right to decide for them. If
WASHINGTON, June :!. The Dingley
GOVERNOR. and makes the following declaration 3d instant inclosing a letter addressed to they prefer that tho railroad companies to -

Tire State Convention assembled at the of principles: you by Messrs. Lloyd & Austin dated whom the lands were granted should have Shipping Bill, reported by :the Conference
r (Jlt'cl. That we reaffirm the fundamental : Committee and passed by the Senate and
Brooksville ultimo
House in Pensacola last Tuesday. Fla.. 30th stating that them to build the railroads, the, Senatorssay
Opcm '
doctrines of the National Democracy House
The (.(.tm cntiou was called to order by lIon. laid down in the platform of the Xationa' the Florida llailroad Company (or its sue; they will obey the will of the people Saturday is composed of thirty sections -
Samuel:; fasco, Chairman of the State Com Convention of 1876 at St. Louis, and of 18SO ces:'ors) are selling lands thirty ((30)) miles without undertaking to decide these ques- substance of whose provisions are'

:mittee. Colonel W. D. Chipley was madeeunporary at Cincinnati. beyond the completion of the road, and that tions for the people either way. And in the about as follows:
Rcsolved'l'hat. we advocate the liberal pol- It allows an American vessel on a foreign- :
the Railroad notifies all
and It. M. Call Company
chairman secre personson
t icy on the part of the General Government absence of instructions, either from the voyage, and till the return home to hlU

tar)'. A recess was taken until p. m. andajraiJi in the matter of public improvements, and the supposed line of dje,road, who are people or the State Legislature, they have vacancies in the position of officers below .

to ,8:30: p. m. hold that the South has a right to demand settlers on'thc'land. ,t to' fin&< I heir; claims with taken no action on the subject other than the rank of captain by the appointment ot"alien

CAt ronvention again assembled this until her water ways and harbors have the Company. "a *.
ttSOthe:: k presenting the petitions of the people when
been needs of It abolishes the three month's ,
adjusted:- to the commerce to : wages, i.
and thttHJomiuittee\ on Permanent Organiza- the same extent as in other sections of the You state that there ia"great opposition to received, and asking respectful consideration and provides that one I1wllth.s extra wares i

lit);) $j'eforted the following officers, andreeoEllmi'nded country. the sales, and'that numerous petitions have for them. So far as your correspondentcan only: shall be paid in cases= of injury in the .

their adoption : Resolved. That we favor the calling; of a been forwarded to the Senate in the matter, learn neither of the Florida Senators service of the vessel, unnecessyr.Vaiul wilful; "
constitutional convention for the reforma- infofm'iMessrs. prolongation of the voyage, wilful sending !
and desire :
me to Lloyd
James McClellan! of
.:adl "it-lion. you have ever expressed opinion on the
((4 tion of our present undemocratic con titl\- any of the ship to sea in an un ('awortll'On- ,
Jadksf oll: tion. & Austin whether the Railroad Company subject of forfeitures of the Florida railroad dition, the sale of a vessel in a foreign i *('onntr I

i'I"'t'Jl'l';rate,+ S-General J. J. Dickison, Resolved, That it is the duty of the Stateto have any authority to sell! these lands, and grants, but stand ready to obey the wishes )-, and cruel treatment. "' -:

educate its children and that we favor a whether to do has beengiven It increases the amount to be paid by the-
of jjunitcr: Hon.John T. Walker of Duval ; any authority so of the people of the State and of the counties
liberal }provision for the maintenance and Government for transportation of seamen incases
Hon. AJ( L. McCaskill, of Walton, and W. development of our system of free public t'lem by this department., when expressed to them. of long voyages. It prohibits the payment "

S. Jotics:of Jefferson. schools. I have to advise you that.this department Senator Call has' obtained recognition by of an advance in wages to seamen.

.SCt't'dat'cs-Frank Phillips:!, of Jackson, Retaileed. That the recent remarkable has no official knowledge of any such sales, the Department of the rights of actual settlers but provides for allotments of wages to seimen's -
r growth of population is one of the most thereVor relations. It requires a'n' : and has given no authority and :
of Hamilton.Kr .
and .I.' It Ancrum, the reserved railroad lands, wluere'time
indications of foreign trade to with
noteworthy of the prosperity carry shol"che..t supplies -
: :feast\ at-AI'JIl.-Dellnis Burns. the State:) and that we invite worthy and industrious has no power to give such authority. entry was made under the laws or by of clothing, etc.. excluding, however,

Tin report of thc committee was adopted, citizens from all quarters come It is presumed that thc Company claims permission of the United States in all cases vessel in the trade with the (countries and

and i; Pro*ident McClellan was escorted to and settle among us, with the confident assurance authority, as assignee of tfie: State; to sell in that have been sent to him and it is under- islands this of North and Central America from

tlieciiaiamid! thunders of applause. opportunity.of a friendly welcome and an equal advance of construction- under- ,.. the provisions stood that the railroad companies have It abolishes obligation.consular fees!' u,r services to 1

II. \V. xng; of Marion, moved that the Resolved, That since the overthrow of of the 4th section of the:%! of May 17, 1859, acquiesced in this action of the Department vessels and provides for the payment of

conviitifu proceed to the nomination! of Radical rule the State has had two Demo-- ((1I Stat. 16)), granting i'aiiusVto the State of and that if their title should be confirmed consuls from the treasury for such services. ;

canJJlatjs for Governor. John T. Walker cratic Governors ; that to the lIon. Geo. F. Florida for the, construc f a .n of1 a railroad they will have indemnity for all lands taken It abolishes the tonnage tax as now imposed -_
indebted for the and provides in lieu of the"same fora
Drew the State is inauguration '
mnviJ'ltoMay 1 the motion on the table, which of that economic system of administration from Amelia,Island .to 1"1'a Bay, and the for actual !settlers. Bills for the forfeiture of duty.of 3 cents per ton at each entry of vessels .

vas l.t. jmd ,)1 r. Long's motion' was carried. which has so powerfully promoted the opinion of the U. S. Supreme Court in the' all railroad grants' including those of Florida trading with any port in North or Central -' t

Xoniinjitions; were then declared in order prosperity of the State, and that in the continuance case of Schulenberg vs., Ilummihi, ,((21 Wallace railroad companies under the act of 185G, America and adjacent islands including
of that sound Democratic policythe siniilar the Sandwich Islands, and G cents per ton at
hythtChair, the two-thirds rule to prevail. administration of Governor. D. Blox- 44)), construing a :section in an were reported from the House committee, each entry on all vessels from another

J. Johnston of Alachua nominated act making a grant'of! lands to the State of and of them foreign trade but it the Presidentto
ham has been the most brilliant in the history some have been acted on, but ; requires

(,eneidk I1l. )Iiller, of Washington county. of the commonwealth. Wisconsin.: none of t these bills have as yet been acted on suspend the collection of so much of this
Rcsolced That in the withdrawal from authorized tax on vessels from any foreign port in>
I'liecali in order The act State to sell the
thc and
proceeded alphabetical by Senate probably will not be actedon North or Central America tlUtbe in
as -
i public life of that illustrious statesman excess
hinds] included within
with 1)0 response until Duval was reached, patriot, the Hon. Samuel J. Tilden, the Democratic granted a continuous before next winter. of the tonnage and light-house dues

when'Colpnel: F. P. Fleming presented the party has lost its most: honored length of twenty miles, in advance of construction The movement for the forfeiture of the imposed on American vessels by the laws of,

name of general E. A. Perry, of Escambia and trusted l leader, but that in the Hon. and to continue;S.such sales as the railroad grants comes from the people of the the country in which such port i is situated-
Grover Cleveland Governor of New York, road should be completed! in mile As Canada imposes no tax on Americanvessels
which \vjis received with deafening cheers. we recognize a worthy successor, whose nomination sections. ; twenty Western and Northwestern States. The the bill abolishes tonnage tax on

R.'\\\ )avis, of Clay, seconded the nomination at Chicago would insure glorious The 1 proviso of the 4th section j. of the act is' feeling there is very strong in favor of forfeiting vessels trading with Canada after July 1st.

oC Perry. victory in November, and would guaranteeto in the following words *And if any or all railroad grants, where the road It abolishes the hospital tax for seamenin .
The ro.l call proceeded again until Her- thc people of the country a pure, honest either of said roads, or branch is not com- both the coastwise and foreign trade, and
has not been built in the time designated in
naiulo reached provides that the of
when Church Groom
was and economical administrrtion of the National pleted within ten no:further sales shall expense hospital service
npuiiuat! d Samuel Pasco, of Jefferson, and Government. be made and the land years unsold' : shall revert to the act. In the Southern States the people shall be defrayed from the tonnage. It pro-

life ntuuejiras received with great applause. The Committee on Electors reported the the United States." have not indicated a disposition to go so far, vides that supplies for American vessels in.

,':. Turjibull, of Jefferson seconded, the following names: John T. Graves, It. C. The Supreme Court, construing: this 'and their Representatives and Senators the foreign trade may be imported in bond.
) : of Pasco. S. T. Carter of Leon very free of duty. _
nomination Long for Electors at large, with John G. proviso, said, "a cessation sales in that -
'tialiradd: 5scd the convention in favor of properly desire to represent the wishes of It provides that a drawback of 00
Sinclair and Dr. Plummer as alternates, event (failure of completiy Within time) is perrcent. -
Pasco-rj; ? localities-where of the duty on materials for,, -
which was unanimously adopted. implied ii*the cbnditiotYiiiay the lands shall the people of the the-lands imported -L

.Titi) : Icall was then, continued, and The Committee to select delegates to Chicago then revert ; if the condition be enforced are situated. If they think that the construction the construction of vessels on foreign: account --
when Wa ton was called Colonel McCaskill on reexportation, shall be allowed
reported the following names : the to sell continues its breach
as before the
of railroads is
power ; dependent on the
prescnte'lthcname of General W. D. Barnes where vessels are partly constructed of im-
] Delegate, C. P. Cooper ; alternate George limited only by the objects of the grant and :
of Jack continuance of these grants and wish the ported materials in the same
sop. W. Wilson. Delcgatate W. H. Sebring manner as
; the manner of sale prescribed in the act.
The'cal) was then completed and balloting alternate, 1V.V.. Scott. Delegate, E. A. The Court also held: that forfeiture for grants confirmed, the Senators and Repre- when they are wholly constructed. It
commoner with the result limits the individual liability of the
: following hip--
: Todd alternate William MacWilliams.
; breach of such condition in the act in sentatives of the Southern States will no
FIRST BALLOT. Delegate C. E. Dyke alternate, T. W. owner to the proportion which his interest
; question, must be enforced by ]legislative or doubt out their wishes and the
carry ; on bears to the whole.
Alacuii: Miller4, Perry 5, Pasco, Barnes Getzen. Delegate, W. S. Jones ; alternate, judicial proceedings and until so enforced
other hand if the wish them forfeited It provides for the of
engagement a seaman
B. B. Blackwell. Delegate, C. H. Smith people -
1 ; Baker Pasco 1 ; Bradford Perry 9; Bre- ; the granted estate remains in the grantee
\'arll-l'.f '0 3; Calhoun-Barnes 3; Clay- alternate W. H. Keel. Delegate. E. P. the same as it existed when the granted they will probably vote for their forfeiture, to serve on the voyage to any port or
for definite
time and
1'crry 4 ;; 'olumhia""Perry" G, Pasco 1, Barnes Dismukes; alternate, William H. Dial. lands were denned with precision by the unless the Supreme Court of the United making ti regular and,stated exempts trips from vessels::
3 lade) -I'asco Delegate, W. II. Milton ; alternate John W. definite location of the line the pay-
; + 1 ; Dl1\'al-Perry 8, Pasco 7, of road.
shall decide that the fees
States railroads have
a ing or reshipping seamen, and also
Names 1!, ;;Escambia-Perry 15 ; Franklin- Malone. Delegate, W. D. Chipley ; alternate A line of definite location of the Florida
authorizes the
J'enr i/Barnes 2; Gadsden-Pasco 33-5, C. Snodgrass. Delegate, W. Orman : Railroadhas been recognized by this Depart- right to them, which will deprive Congressof shipment of seamen in a foreign -
for definite time
port a or and
Barnes h !2-5; Hamilton-Barnes 8; Her- alternate, Daniel Campbell. Delegate, B. S. ment. Certain lists of lands in odd numbered any power over the subject. The differ- that voyage
provides seamen so shipped shall not
nando rasco t 8; Hillsborough-Perry 5, Liddon ; alternate. William Green. Dele sections alleged to be within the proper ence between the Southern and the Western be required to be reshipped.It .
L'anies 5 : Holmes-Perry 3 ; Jackson- gate. Dr. C. L. Mitchell ; alternate, William limits of a constructed portion of the road
allows the the
and Northwestern Senators and Members in painting on stern of thc
Barnes 1:,; ; ffer:5on-Pasco 10 ; Lafayette- Green. Delegate W. C. Brown ; alternate, between Waldo and Tampa Bay have been vessel of the of the of
PxseO -1 1\. L. Cornell. Delegate, Z. King alternate this respect arises from the fact that in the name port registry or
; Leon-Perr IG; Levy-Pasco 5 ; ; filed, but the same have not received con- in the district where '
place same of
I..lbertY"asc.o 1 ; \ladison-lasco 11; )1an- G. A. Hanson. Delegate, A. Doggett ; alter- sideration, it not being deemed proper that South the railroad system is not yet so far any the owners live. It exempts vessels in any the -
:ltce-l'mfco G ; )Iarion-iller 3, Perry 2. nate, M. A. Dzialynski. Delegate-- ; any action should be taken.by this Depart- .
completed as to supply even the present trade with Canada and Mexico from the obligation -
John T. Leslie.
Pasco 4, Barnes 2 ; )Monroe Miller 1. Perry alternate ment in the premises during the pendencyof
State Executive Committe Samuel Pasco wants of the while in the West and to pay the tax on passengers, so
:;. Pasco 5, Barnes 2; Nassau-Pasco 4, Congressional proceedings looking to an people, .
Barnes Orange-Barnes 11; Polk-Perry Chairman ; J. S. Leonard, John A. Henderson enforcement of the forfeiture of the grant. Northwest it is far more completed and the long as no tax i is exacted on passengers
1'! Banul 1 F. I'. Fleming John T. Leslie ,Yo D. coming from those countries by land car-
3 ; l'utnam-Perr 5, Pasco Neither has a map of the constructed road means for building railroads are far more riage.It .
Barnes 1 Santa Ilosa Chipley. B. T. Taylor, B. P. Calhoun, C. C.
; -Perry 7 ; St. Johns been filed in this Department, and I am
all ] laws--that
extensive. It is evident however that repeals compulsory oblige
Pearce. quite ,
Perry 1 Pasco 3. Barnes 1
; Sumter-Perr without official information tin respect to
American vessels to earnmails to front
7: Suwanec-Miller 2. Pasco 4, Barnes 4 ; The report was adopted.Mr. such construction and without knowledge in all sections of the country there is a dis- or
the United States arbitrarily such
Taylor-Pasco 3 Yolu ia-Pasc05 'Vakullal'err Long, of Marion, offered the following repeal not
; ; whether the road is being built upon the position to secure actual settlers in their to take effect till April 1, 1885.
)' 3. Pasco 1 ; Walton-Barnes 7 ; : accepted line of definite location or whetherit
and the strict It vessels the
gives sailing
rights to require applicationof same privilegesin :
Resolved That favor the
Washington Miller we appointment
4. Totals-Miller, 11 ; is constructed in the manner required by
Perry, US ; 'Pasco 85 3-5; Barnes, 78 2-5. to county offices of such persons as may be law, or otherwise.If the lands granted to the building of the unloading It a cargo that that are given to commissioners steam
ships. provides shipping -
SECOND BALLOT. duly chosen by those who vote for the the Company's title fails, the purchaser roads and to prevent by severe legislationtheir shall hereafter be appointed by the

For Perry, 100 ; Pasco, 98 4-5 ; Barnes, for nominees this purpose of this,convention to be regulated, the election by the, takes nothing by the Company's deed. The sale or alienation for the benefit of Secretary of the Treasury, instead 'ofby the

CO I**). County Executive Committe. Company cannot compel the settler to buy individuals! before the construction of the Circuit Courts, and shall be subject to regulations -
It until it has established its right to the land him. It reduces
being evident that no result could be prescribed by
A committee, consisting of Messrs. Pasco roads for which they were granted.
now claimed by it by completing its line
reached by night, on motion, the convention Barnes and for inspection of steam vessels from $2. to
John T. Walker
was appointedto cannot call on the Department for evidence In this connection, your correspondent is
mourned until 10 o'clock the next the $10 for tile first hundred tons. It allows
notify nominees of their selection
mornia and then the Democratic State Convention, of title. It would seem to be part of wisdom advised that Senator Call has in all respects vessels arriving at a port of entry laden with

The convention: assembled Wednesday at adjourned sine die. on the part of the Company as well as that faithfully performed his duty to the peoplein bulky articles like salt etc., to proceed to '
of the settler to await the result of
10 pending
o'clock, and the third ballot was immediately places within that collection district to unload -
jf-oceeded with. The result was : SKETCH OF GENERAL PERRY. legislation before attempting to sell or pur- presenting to Congress and the Depart- under certain regulations. .

ffrry, ui pasco, 132 4-5; Barnes, 5015 ; General Edward A. Perry is a native of chase. ment all letters and petitions from the peopleof The act awaits the President's signature

blank i Massachusetts, but came South when a All persons purchasing from the railroad Florida, and asking respectful consideration and is to go into effect July 1st. .

(;jencild!" Barnes' name was now withdrawn young man, settled in Pensacola and prac- company are chargeable with notice of-the for them without undertaking to decide
and his vote was divided i part going to Perry ticed law prior to the war. conditions upon which the title of the state COLORED XORHAL SCIIOOL. :
ana tlf rest; to Pasco. The result. was : On the breaking out of the war he raiseda under the grant, and of the liUe of the com- any of the questions involved, or expressingany f

Jerry, 1D5. ; ;. Pasco. 134. company at Pensacola. which he took to pany under the laws of the state, is liable tobe opinion on the subject, except to ask for GAINESVILLE, FLA., June 23d. 1831. '

On tl- fifth ballot twelve of Pasco's men Virginia about the 1st of July 18G1 as an defeated, and in event of a failure of the the protection of actual settlers whom the DEAR SIR :-In accordance with an act of <

ocserteilhim; for Perry and the vote stood : independent organization. After a brilliant railroad title through an enforcement of the last Legislature to "Provide for Normal
Perry record in the forfeiture of the grant of from other Government had either permitted or author-
the ,
1GS, ; pasco), 122; blank 1. war he returned to Pensacola, Instruction," the Superintendent of Public
The sixth ballot was then taken and and resumed the practice of law, which he sufficient cause, they can not lawfully be ized to enter on these lands, securing to the

C nneral41Vrry; received 177, Pasco received has successfully pursued ever since, and regarded as innocent purchasers. Railroad Companies; their right to indemnityin Instruction has arranged to open in Union

anu one blank, On this ballot eight stands now at the head of the bar in the The whole matter of the recognition, con- Academy, this city, a Normal School for
other lands and without deciding
more ofvpasco's men left him for Perry. State. He is a pleasing and persuasive firmation, or forfeiture of this grant is now anything the training of colored teachers, on July
Delegate ;Dell, from;Alachua county speaker, and his selection as the democratic before Congress, and the claujis of the com- in regard to the title of the Railroad
now 7th to continue two months
Jose and!:; moved to make the nomination of standard-bearer makes success certain in the pany and of settlers upon the land are subJect Companies either in favor or against them. or more.
jerry unanimous. Pasco immediately coming campaign. I to the action of that body. Correspondence Times-Union. Said school to be under the management ;'

eplatform; and in an eloquent and stirring SKETCH OF HON. M. II.I.:: .\ 1tY. I return herewith the letter of Messrs. of Prof. E. P. Cater, Superintendent East .
Lloyd it Austin and enclose of this ____ _u_____ _.__ __ _
sPeeeh recognized; the popularity of General a copy Florida Seminary Mr. Graham,of the Nashville -
Milton Harvy Mabry was born in Pickens letter ;
lTr.v, ;;nd seconded: Dell's motion. The transmission:! to them. Very CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC CON VEN-
motion was county, Alabama, June 17th, 1851. His respectfully, 1'102\. Normal School and myself. The exercises
with the wildest enthusi-}
asn,. ; father was a merchant in Bridgeville. and A. M. TELLER, Secretary. will not consist principally oC."lectures -
\omitta did business there ll:1till856, when with his HON. WILKINSON CALL, U. S. Senate. "
lions for candidates for Lieutenant he removed to De Soto Parish La. a meeting of the Democratic Executive essays, rhetoric and buncombe, but
Governor family __ __ _____ ______
nailics: were then in order, and the where he remained until 1860, when he removed n h Committee of the Second Congressional Dis- the work of the school will be designed to-
of M: ". .Mabry, of Sumter county, to where TIlE FLORIDA LAND GRANTS. trict of Florida, held in Jacksonville on
and 11'lcL m Mississippi, young Mabrywas prepare these teachers for the vcI'functions
+' : .:Dancyllayor of Jacksonville placed .at school in the University o"f WASHINGTON, June 21. Thursday the 29th day of May 181, it was
ire pn>entod- they are to perform in the school-room, the
The first ballot imme-
: was ordered that convention of the Democratic
diately Oxford. lie remained there two years, and Some of the Florida contain the a
l ahl derpd, and, the vote stood : M. II..i then went into the Law Department of papers Party in this district be held at Palatka Putnam chief object will be to improve their elementary ,
), ;:!U.i': wlcL. Danc)", 74. The Cumberland University, whence he gradu- statement that Senator Call has introduced a county, on Tuesday, the 1st day of July education and inculcate modern

evident'uiaton of Mr' Mabry' however, became ated in 1872. bill forfeiting the land grant of the Atlantic. next at 12'a. m., to nominate a candidatefor ideas of organization, classification discipline -,
known the result of the ballot was Mr. Mabry came to Florida in 1879. lo- Gulf & West India Transit Railroad Com- Congress, to appoint an executive com-

\"ote ++ 'H: was mina de unanimous before theaslannonncee1. cating at Leesburg, where he has since re- This is not true Senator Call mittee for the district, and to consider, such and of imparting instruction.
pany. has
A sided. He is at present a member of our .other matters as may be brought before it. Board will be furnished in colored families -

nppointC:1 Comllitte:; of one from each county was State Legislature from Sumter county.Mr. ,, not introduced such a bill. If he had your The basis of representation will be the sameas at reasonable rates. A certificate of
to ran' nc the Delegates and alter- correspondent would not have failed to ad- that prescribed by the State Democratic
to 'the Atonal Democratic Convention T-\.ade-one: : ; I Executive Committee for representation in graduation from its faculty vail be, held of
at Cllic.1 A. of Brooksville's most vise you of it. The mistake, arises from the
', $ixteen in number, and then the State Convention. the same force and value as a teachers cer- ..;
convent's) 1 enterprising citizens and an honored member fact that Senator Call has introduced several .
then-adjourned until night., The several counties in the district are tificate. W)1. N. SHEATS, A. 31. .
.\t : TUB IGnT. SESSION.Daral of the town council, died at his residencelast petitions from citizens of the counties in requested to select delegates to the Congressional Snpt. Schools Alachua County.

lc'h m.n M" session' C- H- Jones of Monday. When such a man dies, the which the railroad lands lie. The Senators Convention at the same time that ,

Platf ; a: Coairiian of the Committe on people mourn. The family and relatives from Florida tell me they regard the, question -. they select them to the State' Convention, as The President has appointed Dennis':a-
i".. SX-aiul Resolution, read the follow- far as may be practicable.E. .
ado I PrCli,; n, which was unanimaus1y have our heartfelt sympathies in their be- I whether the railroad companies should )[. L'ENGLE, Chairman, gan Collector of the port of Key West in,

reavement.-Brookscille Crescent. I have the lands granted them in 1856 as a W. B. YOUNG. Secretary. place Wicker, removed. .




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.. I f' :i ; TKAXSL'A TIOX FROM DAXTE. I cently, the incidents .of the morningcome" A little further on he comes to a The bell has got out of order, for I soft voice, a woman's, intercedes" t for
: back to him, vivid and clear row of people mostly women and only a faint jangle comes from belowas him.

".. l' .;' |Ace Flu.tt.! starlings on;: in the:the wing 1Cinter in -crowded time combined phalanx once more-morning chapel and the tradesmen's boys, standing on the he rings; he waits a little and then "What is i the matter? Oh, don't.....

wide doctor's sermon, and afterward the curb-stone opposite a man who is pulls the handle again, more, sharplythis don't be so :rough with him, poor
It 'j. : i So these had spirits, driven by the wind: pretense of work and relaxed discip- seated in little wooden box on wheels time, and-still no one comes. ture !1" it cries pitifully. crea
I ; Float up and down and veer .from side to line in the class-rooms, when the results the He When does think to
1';" : .;: side ; drawn up close' to pavement Betty proper "I m only exercisin'my duty, mum "
.; Nor for their comfort any, hope they spy of the examinations had been is paralytic and blind, with a pinched, come up and open the door he will says the officer : "he wants to create,
; r Of.rest:; or even of suffering mollified. read out, with the names of the boys white face framed in an oldfashionedfur tell her that it i is: too bad keeping a disturbance 'ere" 3-

.{.. ,,And Pursue As the their cranes flight in long-drawn while uttering company their who had gained prizes and their remove cap with big ear lappets ; he seemsto fellow standing out here in the fog "No," cries Wilfred, "he lies! I

,,' : song, to the form above. He had be preaching reading, and Rolles and cold all this time. Sheis only want to get into my own house

x' So I beheld approach with wailing cry come out last of course, but no one ton stops idly enough to listen a few coming at last-no, it was fancy ; it and no one seems to hear me. You,

., :"" ; ".,: Shades strong lifted upward by that whirlwind I expected anything else from him ; ::L..' moments, the"women .making room for seems as if Betty had slipped out for don't think anything is wrong, do

', 1 ? .:' ; Master: what folk are these," I therefore ; laugh had gone round the desks when him with alacrity and the boys staring something, and perhaps the cook, is up you? '

1 : said, I I his humble total closed the list, and he curiously round at the new arrival stairs, and his mother' may be dozingby It is a. lady who has been
c' J. 1 r : Who the air pleading
;;i E by murky are whipped had joined in it to show them he didn'tcare. with the fire she has to do of
,: .: along"?" I I a grin. as begun for him ; as he wrests himself from his
: And then the class had been He hardly much attention to late. and forward
pays captor comes she
,1; P tut that ungrateful and malignant race sees his
Y dismissed, and there had been friendly this he is listening to the which Losing all patience he for face and her
t i: Which down from Fiesole came long ago. ; poem gropes own grows white and
.i"' 1, : M And still its rocky origin betrays, good-byes, 'arrangements for walking the man in the box is reciting with a the knocker, and, grabbing in vain, startled. "Wilfred !1" she exclaims.
\: rAnd.ill for thy worthiness become thy foe; home in company or for meeting dur- nasal and metallic snuffle in his voice."There's begins to hammer with bare fists on "Why, you know name !r' he
with good reason, for 'mong crab- my
ing the holidays-for all but him ; he the door, louded and louder, until he Then tell
+ :; 1 trees wildI a harp and a crown says. you can him its all
1 It i ill befits the mellow fig to grow. had gone out. alone-and the dull For you and f,r rue is interrupted by a rough voice from right. Do I know you,? You speak
,i i .By wide-spread ancient rumor they are blankness had come over him from Hanging"n the boughs the railings behind him. like-is it-Ethel?"
styled which he has only just recovered.But Of that Christmas' tree." Now then, what are to "Yes she 1 and 1
you her
: people blind, rapacious, envious, vain ; up says, voice is
+ : See by their manners thou be not defiled. for the present at all events, He hears, and th.en hurries on again, there, eh ?" says the voice which be- l low and trembling, "I am Ethel.'

# 'Fortune reserves such honor for thee, fain he has got lid of it completely ; he is repeating the stanza mechanically to longs to a burly policeman who has He is silent for an instant ; then he
i Both sides will be to enlist thee in their home where at laest he is not himself without
. { : need ; ': going seeing anything par- stopped suspiciously on the pavement. says slowly, You are not the same-
I But from the beak the herb shall far rc1 1 despised, where he will find a sanctu- ticularly ludicrous about it. The I Why," says Rolleston, I want to nothing is the same ; it is all changed
f main. from and and impositions words have reminded him of that ,
gibes jostlings
ary get in, and I can't make them hearme. changed-and oh, my God, what
i t t James Romanes Siblahl.THE ; and the longer he thinks of Christmas party at the Gordon's, next I wish you'd try what you can I ?'' am
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j PYRAMIDS this the higher his spirits rise, and he door. Did not Ethel Gordon ask him do ; will you ?" Slowly the truth is borne in

steps briskly, with a kind of exaltation, particularly to come, and did he not The policeman comes slowly into his brain, muddled and disordered upon, bv

Vull many an embassy hath mortal man until the people he passes in the streets refuse her sullenly ? What a brute the gate. "I dessay," he says jocu- long excess, and the last shred of the

.1 :: f/Of Bent classic to the temples skif>s. and The the glory Gothic and the spires grace, turn and look at him, struck by his he was,to treat her like that If she larly. Is there anything else Come illusion which had possessed him drifts

;;. Offerings: of beauty, mystic, multiform, expression. They can see how jolly were to ask him again, he thinks he suppose you move on." away.
.:3 L : i; Earth's"varied aspirations turned to stone I'm feeling," he thinks with a smile.The would not say no, though he does hate A curious kind of dread of he He knows now that his boyhood

..: That' have spoke told though silent. All save these dusk is falling, and the shopshe parties. knows not what begins to creep over with such possibilities of happiness as';

: ., '['The story of the senders. Hellas tells 1 passes are brilliant with lights and Ethel is a dear girl, and never Wilfred at this. it had ever held, has gone forever. He

., iA. message that reveals her people's heart, decoration, but he does not stop to seems to think him good for nothing, :Move on ?" he cries ; why shouldI has been knocking at a door which
And hands down the wondering centuries look at of them his mind is it is all
busy Perhaps house don'tyou
+ to 'The story of her joyance and her faith any ; as inost'peoplcydo. move on ? This is my ; will open for him never again, and the
J I In Beauty's deathless, mission. The Christi I II with settling, how he shall, employ sham though-no, he can't think that see? I live here." mother by whose side he had meantto
": creed himself on this the first evening of his when he remembers howpatiently and "Now.look 'ere my joker;; I don't spend the evening died long
:; Hath bid us see in carved svmbols rare liberty-the first for so long on which kindly she has borne with his 'sense- want a job over this," says the con- years
t' The races of the saintly multitude, he could feel his master. less fits of temper and tried to < ago.The
And Him who held all sainthood perfected i I own laugh stable, stolidly. You'll bring a' past, blotted out completely for
t : In! One God Manhood Egypt in these piles I At first he decides to read. Is away his gloom. crowd around in another minute if you an hour by some freak of the ,

,, Said Her all she had is to say, and lesson closed" Hold the page. :I there not some book he had begun and Not every girl as pretty as Ethel is keep on that 'ammering." comes back to him, and he sees memory his sullen I
offerings our : thy
; peace, meant to finish, so many days ago now would care to notice him, and persistin Mind your own business," says. morbid boyhood changing into

i : Nor let the world participate and mar that he has even forgotten what it was it in spite of everything ; yet he the other, with growing excitement. something worse still, until by slow!

., wI ,The secrets thou" shouldst keep for Heaven all about, and only remembers that it has sulked with her of late. Was it That's what'I shall have to do if degrees he became what he is now-
::1, alone.I was exciting.And because she had been kind to Lionel ? don't look is the retort. '
f __ __ you out, dissipated, degraded, lost.
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; SHUT OUT.i yet, he thinks, he won't read He is ashamed to think that this may Will you move on before I make At first the shock, the awful loneli-

d' -- to-night-not on the very first nightof have been the reason. you ?" ness he awakes :t'6, and the shame of
i i I It is toward the end of an afternoonfin the holidays. Quite latelyyesterday Never mind, that is all over now ; But, I say," protests Rolleston, being found thin+t"by the woman for

: December, and "Wilfred Rolleston is or the day before-his mother he will start clear with everybody.He "I'm not joking; I give you my word whom he had felt the only pure love

.! a : [walking along a crowded Lon'donStreet had spoken to him, gently but very will ask Ethel, too, to forgive him. I'm not. I do live here. Why, I've he had ever known, overwhelm him

}., l with his face turned westward. seriously, about what she called the Is there nothing he can do to pleaseher just come back from school, and I can't and he bows his head upon his arms
: ,A few moments and he was scarce- morose"and ? Yes time she had "
ago undisciplined temper some in.
; ago get i as he clutches the railings, and sobs
:< ly conscious of where he was or where which would him if asked him to draw for her.
'. bring misery upon something "Pretty school you come from !I" with a grief that is terrible in its
y i ,lie meant to go ; he was walking on he did not set himself earnestly to (He detests drawing lessons, but he growls the policeman ; 'andles on to abandonment.The .

s; } I,mechanically in a heavy stupor, overcome it. has rather a ,t ate for drawing thingsout your lesson books, if.1 knows anything.'Ere very policeman is silent and
;through which there stole a haunting And there times he knew his head. He had told "
: MF{ : were own ) out you go awed by what he feels to be a scene
r-sense of degradation and despair that when it seemed as if a demon possessedhim her, not too civilly, that he had work Rolleston's fear increases. "I won't, from the tragedy of life, thoughhe

tortured him dully. And suddenly, and drove him to wound even enough without doing drawing for : I won't !1" he cries frantically, and may not be able to describe it to

': ,,;as if by magic, this has vanished ; he those who loved him and whom he girls. He will paint her something rushed back to the door, beating upon. himself by any more suitable phrase

,; seenls: to himself to have waked from loved-times when their affection only to-night as a surprise ; he will beginas it wildly. On the other side of it are than a rum start."

n miserable day-dream, to the buoyant roused in him some hideous spirit of soon as tea is cleared away'; it will love and shelter ; and it will not opento You can go now, policeman," says

', f consciousness of youth and hope. sullen contraction.He be more sociable than reading a book. him. He is cold and hungry and the lady, putting money into his hand.

., 'Temperaments which are subject to feels softened now, somehow, And then already he sees a visionof tired after his walk ; why do they keep "You see I know this-this gentleman.

:, ,,' fits of heavy and causeless depression and has a new longing for the love he the warm little paneled room, and him out like this ? Leave him to me; he will give you no
; : i i' have their compensations sometimes in has so often harshly repulsed. He himself getting out his color box and "Mother: !" he calls hoarsely. "Can't more trouble now."

+ : 1: the very violence of the reaction which will overcome this sulkiness of his; sitting down to paint by lamp-light- you hear me, mother? It's Wilfred; And the constable goes, taking care,

: ..; follows;; the infecting cares, as in.Longfellow's he will begin this very evening ; as for any light does for his kind of color- let me in !r' however, to keep an eye occasionallyon

i poem, fold their tents, soon as he gets home he will tell his ing-while his mother sits oppositeand The other takes him-not roughly- the corner where this has taken

I 1 i like the Arabs, and as silently steal mother that he is sorry, that he does Lionel watches the picture grow- by the shoulder. "Now you ain't place. He has not long before
t ".; ::awaand r with their retreat comes love her really, only that when these ing under his hand. quite yourself; you're making a mis- Rollerson raises his head with a husky

xt, : -an exquisite exhilaration which more fits come on him he hardly knows What shall he draw ? He gets take. I don't want to get you in laugh ; his manner has, changed now;

$ ,f, ,, ." equable dispositions can never experience. what he says or does. quite absorbed in thinking over this; trouble if you don't force me to it. he is no longer the boy in thought and
j And she will forgive him, only too his own tastes run in a gory direction, Drop this 'ere tomfool and that he short time
game go expression was: a
h'. :. i Is this so with Rolleston now ? He gladly, and his mind will be quite at but Ethel
; perhaps being a girl, may home quiet to wherever it is you do before, and speaks as might be expected
f.r. I. :. i only knows that the cloud has lifted ease again. No, not quite. ; there is not care for battles or desperate duels.A live." from his

,; y : '':: from his brain and that in the clear still something he must do before that. compromise strikes him ; he will "I tell you I live here, you fool !I" I remember appearance.it all now," he says.

; sunshine which bursts upon him he He has :a: vague recollection of a long- draw a pirate ship.; that will be first- shrieks Wilfred, in deadly terror lest "You are Ethel Gordon, of course you

,. .1 i i can look his sorrows in the face, and standing coolness between himself and rate, with the black flag flying on the he should be forced away before the are, and wouldn't have anythingto

4' ; them after all. never have got on'well together ; the poop scouring the ocean with a "And I tell you you don't do noth- and then married brother Li:
i It is true that he is not happy at Lionel is different much cleverereven you my
so ; big glass in search of merchantmen ; ing of the sort, says the policeman, onel. You see I'm as clear as a bell
l"h I : ; the big City day school which he has already, for one thing ; better all about the deck and rigging he can beginning to lose his temper. "No So and
again, now. carne
r I': just left. How should he be? He is looking too, and better tempered. the with red and belts you up
crew don't
put live
caps one 'ere, nor ain't done not found me battering at the old< door, eh?
;: dull and crabbed and uncouth, and Whatever they quarreled about, Wil stuck full of and
; pistols daggers. since I've been on the beat. Use Do you know I got a fancy I was; a
Iff i knows too well that he is a general fred is very sure that he was the And on the right there shall be a your eyes if you're not too far gone." boy again and coming home to-bah,

a, t -. ;hrfM a 1 l' object of dislike! ; no one there cares offender ; Lionel never begins that bit of the pirate island, with a mast For the first time Rolleston seems what does all that matter to ? Odd
i !i to associate with him, and he makes kind of thing. But he will put him- and another black flag-he knows he to you
see things plainly as they are : he sort of fancy though, wasn't it? Drink ;
.4'!, no attempt to overcome their prejudices self in the at and ask
I right once, will enjoy picking out the skull and I glances around the square-that is is always playing me some cursed trick
P being perfectly aware that they Lionel to make friends he will
: again ; cross bones in thick Chinese white- just as ,it always is on Winter A fool I must have made
foggy now. pretty
a j'. .; ;, ''j i ,are different from him and hating them consent readily enough-he always and then, if there is room, he will add :. evenings, with its central enclosure a of myself!I"

'.,.l, i! for it, but hating himself, perhaps, the does.And a cannon, and perhaps a palm tree. A. shadowy black mass against a reddish She says nothing, and he thrusts his
:I:1 'most. then he has a bright idea ; he pirate island always has palm trees.. glimmer, beyond which the lighted hands: deep in his ragged pockets.

I ft r,, :. '>) And though all his evenings are will take his brother some little presentto He is so full of this projected pictureof windows of the houses glow in yellow Hallo what's this I've got?" he says.as .
t; ;- ::1;! :spent: at home there is little rest for prove that he really wishes to be- his that he is quite surprised to find bars of varying length and tint. he feels at the bottom of

ii$'; :,, :;;, next'him even there ; for the work for the have decently for the future. What that he is very near the square wherehe But this house, his own-why, it is one of them something, and bringingof out the box
.r '.f+ i day must be prepared, and he shall he ?
t buy lives ; but here, just in front of him all shuttered arid dark ; some of the soldiers he had bought half an hour
,. :: ; !sits over it till late, sometimes with He finds himself near the
a large toy at end of the narrow lane, is the window-panes are broken there is a before he holds it with harsh
a a
: 'desperate efforts to master the difficulties shop at the time and in the windoware up
public-housewith the coach and four
pale gray patch in one that looks likea laugh which has the ring of despair init.
lr ; !i but more often staring at,the displayed several regiments of the
1 : engraved on ground glass of the dingy bill; the knocker has been unscrewed ."
1 : 'pags before him with eyes that are al- brightly colored tin warriorsthevrey lower of the window and the
part from the door, and on its "Do see this?'' he to her.
l, : most willfully vacant. Lionel is still
w : thing young bottles full of colored water ranged "
.: scraped panels some one has scribbled You'll when I tell it's a
i you
:All this has been and is in
t enough enough to delight in them. above.
words and rough caricatures that :
', ; itself to account for the were toy I bought just now for-gue:3
; gloomy state Feeling in his pockets, Rolleston And here is the
greengrocer'showlong surely not there when he left that whom-for dear husband Must
,1: into which he had sunk. But-and discovers more loose silver than he is it since it was a barber's ? your ShallI
7r1: ;. : h ; could he have itit is morning. have been pretty bad, mustn't I ?
l forgotten had thought he possessed, and so he surely a very little time-and,there is Can anything-any frightful disaster give it to to take to him-no?
: overowe) for the present. into the shop and asks for of the boot-maker's with its you
one outside display
'' ,i goes -have come in that short time ? Well he has these
To-night he will not have to sit the boxes of soldiers. He is served perhaps outgrown
d up of dangling shoes and the row of No, he will not think of it he will here and he
; things now, so goes;
t : struggling with the tasks which will by one of two neatly dressed female naked blown
to blue
1 1I .t gas-jets pale not let himself be terrified all for no- tosses the box over the railing, and
I only cover him with fresh disgrace on assistants who stare and at red
giggle one and
specks whistling tongues by thing."Nowareyougoin'.
it falls broken glass
with shiver of
;k' the morrow for whole month her a
a another first
; at his words
: it them. "
finding as a gust sweep across : ? the the rattle out
t ; need not think of them, nor of the odd, perhaps, that a fellow of his age This is his home, this dingy, old- after a says polIceman as the pieces of painted: tin

;_ clashes in which the hand of everyone should buy toys-as if, he thinks i indignantly fashioned red brick house at an angleof Rolleston pause.his back upon flag-stones.
puts the evening
against And I'll wish good
is' him. For the you
against have
t r t' holidays they couldn't see that it the with small
square, a paved door and to the bat
clings sides. "No !1" he off his
begun ; to-day has been the last of the was not for himself he wanted the space railed in before it. He pushes he shouts.c.* I don't what says, sweeping
care tered hat with mock
term. Is there no reason for joy and things.But. the old with the iron you
open gate arch I don't believe "jSo.
say; all She back.
you ; they are tries to keep him
thankfulness in that? What
a fool heha' he on feeling happier above where oil used ,
goes to in
an lamp hang, there-they are, I tell Wilfred not like
you, no you must go
? been to let those black after his ;
p. thoughts purchase. They will and hurries the door with
; see to the I
up are-they are !1"In that. We,live here still, Lionel and ,
I gain such a hold over him 1 now that he is not bad after all it
; heavy Georgian porch, impatient to a second he is in the constable's in the same old house," and she indicates
Slowly, more as if it had happened is long since he has felt such; a craving get to the warmth and light which and will be
l") grasp being dragged, struggling the house next door "he
i a long: time ago instead of quite re to be thought well of by somebody. await him within. the ;
oa -
I, violently, to gate, when home very soon. Will you" (she cant

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enjo t Leave Rosewood 3.04 5.25Arrive AND SHOES.
He urns! on his heel at the last flourish of trumpets to solicit funds. The Cedar Key. 3.30 0.00 Only line with) SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville
to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers _'_.u ._
wordund\ slouches off down the nar- Georgia railroad lines are already planningto GOING XOKTII. Jacksonville to New Orleans daily. THE XEW STIU-;.-

r-nv JuiiiO; by : which 'he had come. extend their roads to connect with the Day Pas. Xt Pas.A.M. j Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,

Kill--1! Rolleston stands for a while Florida Railway' it Navigation Company's :: P.M. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida -
Leave: Cedar Key................... 7.35 GAO Central and Western Division. :B W. F. WOOD Jr.
looking'lifter: his receding form till the line near Fernandina ; :so it will he seen the \ SC
1 Leave Rosewood................... 8.07 7.15 -
f fig. cM! <|s round it and she can see it city can offer attractions to large capitalists, Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.38 8.00 ST. MARK'S BRANCH.

no mdid I She feels as if she had seen merchants :shippers and wholesale dealers Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15; 8.45 TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.: ) > \ Proprietor, \ E;

; and for her least the in- perhaps unequalled throughout the South. Leave Archer !9.45 9.25; Leave Tallahassee..................... ... 8.00 am
n ghdstii, at Leave Palmer......................10.01 9.50 Arrive Wakulla............................. 9.05; a m .
closure: 1 efore the deserted house next The merchants of Fernandina now, in fact Leave Arredondo..................10.15 10.40 Arrive St. Mark's.......... .............. 9.30am Cr > '

door -will; be( haunted ever more11lIllJtd(1 do not depend upon the fluctuations incident Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.45 Leave :St. )Jark' ............'..............10.00 a. m I.

l'i] by a forlorn and homeless to catering to the wants of Northern Arrive AValdo. '. 12.40 Arrive Wakiilla.............................10.25am\ :s

: : tourists, but enjoy a steady, reliable and increasing A. M. Arrive Tallahassee; ,........................11.30am .
figure Fobbing there by the.r..1ilings.. Leave "r a1< ....11.3 2.00 '

As for the man, he goes on his way trade, and are already securing a Leave TJmrston....................11.50 2.30 COX N ECTICI\S. I S S .
large amount wholesale business from the Leave Starke....................._..12.30 2.47 At Jacksonville 4 t.
finds door which is not with Line for
until 1 Lt \Vaycross
a r; AND.
Leave ......1".3- 2.57
merchants of the interior towns well Temple's all
him. F. in as as points North and East; with the Fernan-
closed Antes
against r. )1. dina it Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
that incident to shipping.Like S Sr
Leave .1258 3.23Leave
L01/qman'.r.) ; Magazine.: Lawtey dina and with Steamers for all
I II other cities, Fernandina has had to Highland................... 1.14 3.45 the St.; points on _
I River St. Augustine, etc.
I 1 .LV OUTSIDER'S VIEW suiFer by the ravages of fire repeatedly ; but Leave Maxville. 1.34 4.15 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- II: .
Baldwin 2.00 4.50Leave .
has learned wisdom by experience, and insular Division for Gainesville Ocala Fer-
\ oor fpomlent of The South has been Baldwin........ ........... 2.05 5.40 ,
1 I.< .ukiag 'Iout, our Island City. We extract solid substantial brick blocks replace the Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 0.00 nandina.At Live Cedar Oak Key with and the Savannah all Gulf Ports.Florida C> CC >

,the ibllow 1115 from his long letter; unsightly wooden buildings which were Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 0.15 it Western Railroad.At ,
4 destroyed. Tasteful, even elegant homes: Arrive Callahan..................... 3.10 O.K Tallahassee with .
FI.' I IDt n.tLW.YYIG.TIO COMA St. Marks Branch > \ Fernandina
Leave Callahan..................... 3.18 7.10 Railroad \ 3
abound surrounded trees on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-
PANY. by semi-tropical Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.05 urdays. .
The above title is an unfamiliar one to and shrubbery. Even the orange trees are Arrive ernanna. 4.38 8.40 ;I At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- :s \ Cor. Centre & Third. \ S

our readers, and needs a word of explana now blooming as. though they had never #& Day Passenger daily except Sunday; : cola t Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. Pen-

tion.! Every resident of Florida as well heard that. they were growing above the Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. sacola Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,

as the large: Northern class interested in the mythical frost line, and many of what at Louisville and all points West: Southwest, .i- TilE NEW STOUI .;
and Northwest and with all boats for
Apalachicola -
State; remembers the Florida Transit & the North would be rare and most tender DIVISION. Columbus? and Eufaula.

Peninsular: I Uailroad better known as the greenhouse plants are blossoming profusely. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to Professional and Business Cards.

"Transit" running from Fernandina to Fernandina: is very favorably situated for a GOING SOUTH. all points West.Through ...--

Ot'ar Kk. with a branch (the Peninsular) great Southern summer resort, and the Day Pas. M Pas. secured Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths "". K. BAUKNIGI1T,
at Company's Depot Ticket Office
P.M.:: A.M.:: ,
from Wa o to Wildwood and (Fernandina title of Leave Waldo.12.01 1.00 and at new office southwest corner of Bay AGENT
& Jacksoil-ille. Uailroad) from Hart's Road THE NEWPORT OF TIlE SOUTH"is Leave Dixie......................, ..12.22 1.30 and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

tp I Jacksonville ; also the Florida Central fcWestern a very appropriate one. A large class of Leave Hawthorne............ .....12.38 1.53 A. o. MACDONELL, BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER

, the orange growers of the State, unlike the Leave Lochloosa..................12.58 2.23 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, AND
Huilroad. running from Jacksonville of that into the Leave Orange Lake................ 1.22 2.53 Fernandina Fla. Dealer Ice
the swarms emigrants pour
to I Chattahoochee river. These Leave Sparr's........................ 1.38 3.12 C. W. MAXWELL,
lines have jiately been consolidated, and will West, are of an intelligent class, with capi- Leave Anthony Place........... 1.51 3.28 Master of Transportation, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY

1 IjC henceforth known under the above heading tal, and their rapidly-increasing incomes Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.25 Baldwin, Fla. BROOM STREET Wii.uiv.

1 \\great furnish them with the means for enjoyinglife. Leave Ocala............................ 2.45 4.20 D. E. MAXWELL, 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.
This constitutes the
: system now Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.28 5.10 General Superintendent
longest :Jid most important line in the Instead going North in summer to Arrive Oxford....................... 3.45 5.29 Fernandina, Fla.

State ; and lit would seem, from its position, escape the heat, persons of this class are Leave Wildwood................... 4.00 5.50 JAMES McGlFFIA',

licit it must always be the trunk line for thetraWportattou finding portions of their own State more Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.35 6.30 Savannah, Florida and Western CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

of perishable crops to Northern comfortable in July and August than Long GOING NOETII. RAILWAY.WAYCROSS .
market Branch or Coney Island. A project has A.M. P. M. Alachua Street, between Second and Third,.
J;, as well as for regular passenger Leave Leesburg..................... 6.50 5.35
and 1 tourist travel.! This great company as been set on foot by prominent Fernandina Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 0.35 SHORT LINE. FERNANDINA, FLA.

MOT|< oriized: operates over 500 miles of I capitalists to add to the attractions of the Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 0.53 All trains of this road are run by Central Orders and estimates from a distance care

tragic, lias'just completed the extension between Amelia Beach-perhaps already the finestin Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.17 ((90th) Meridian time, which i is 28 minutes fully attended to. 25-tf
the sea-beach railway Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.29 slower than Jacksonville time.ON .
world-by building a -
Wildwood: and Leesburg and expectstQ Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47
run trains to Tavares by June, the road besides grand hotels and a number of Leave Anthony Place............ 9.15 9.19 and after Sunday May 11, 1884. Pas- A. T. BARNHILL & SONS,

being? rapidly pushed toward completion by cozy cottages for the class who prefer the Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.39 Trains will leave"and arrive as .
Leave Lake................. 9.40 10.03 ;
Capq. A. St.Clair-Abrams. From Wildwoodthe freedom of such accommodation to the conventional Orange follows: Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,
Leave Lochloosa............... .....10.02" 10.43 NEW
restraints of hotel life. Should ORLEANS EXPRESS.
track will soon be extended to Charlotte Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:30 a m FERNANDINA, FLA..
Har(>or'ithe most southern port on the this project be realized, the spot will present Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35A. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m

}'l ):ida Gulf coast, the contract for buildingthe unusual attractions as a pleasure resort for A. Arrive at Callahan daily at.:........... 9:15 a m Blacksmiths, (Inn and Locksmiths,
joad to Fort Mead having been given. the happy guests may have the enjoyment Arrive Waldo.... .... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive Waycross s daily at..11:01 a m

Sunday Arrive at Brunswick daily at......... 3:00 Carriage and Sllip IUith .
Jilthe following article it is aimed to give of the finest sea bathing, or of driving for .Jj&J'- Day Passenger daily except ; : p m
I Night Passenger daily.F. Arrive at Thpmasville daily at...... 3:17 p m
the respective; settler a glimpse of the ad- twenty miles over a beach so smooth and
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p m
vantliges :to be found about the situations hard as to be an ever-recurring delight. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m REPAIRING DONE IN ALL BRANCH

aloud the line of this road as they already Here too, they may spend days that knowno (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive: at Pensacola daily at..........11:45: p m rates.
sultriness and Arrive Mobile daily!! at.............. 4:45 a m Orders for SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINTING -
cxi t]; at the:,&ml1e time it will understood nights cooled by the refreshing GOING SOUTH.
Arrive New Orleans ......10:10
that trade winds so conducive to restful Leave Fernandina....................... 0.00 p. m. at daily at a m will be promptly attended to, one of
there is amount of Chattahoochee Pensa-
a great unimprovedlaud slumber. It will be seen, therefore that Leave Hart's Road..................... 6.36 p. in. Connecting at with the members of the firm being a tir t-cla5s
cola and Atlantic Railroad for Pensa-
to be had at low rates from the the city offers opportunities second to none Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 7.40 p. in. daily
cola. Mobile New Orleans Texas all trans- Painter. 23
':'om! iuy's Land: Commissioner, Chas. 'c.l4elrt to the enterprising capitalist of the North. GOING NORTH. Pullman Buffet and

", whose post office address is FernanI'EllCANDINA The pride of Fernandina is the Egmont Leave Jacksonville...................... 7.10 a. m. Sleeping Mississippi Cars points.on this train, Jacksonville to

din: Hotel-onc of the few strictly first-class Leave Hart's: Road...................... 8.12 a. m. I>Pensacola Mobile and New Orleans.* C. C. STRATTON & CO.,.
hotels in the State. It is a handsome threestory Arrive Fernandina..................... 8.50 a. m.
TIlE ISLAND CITY. well-built structure and inside the FVST MAIL. .
:f Trains Sunday.
is: t'n'rtheru terminus of the Florida traveler finds the most luxurious carpets y; daily except Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30: p m OF MACON GEORGIA
Lail and furniture and the kindest attentions SUNDAY EXCURSION. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m ,
ar,3Navigation Conipanyssystem acity Leave Jacksonville.................... 9.00
from the proprietor, George W. Kittelle p. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p m
|unexcelled natural advantages that Arrive Fernandina....................10.25
a. in.
and his obliging clerk. The cuisine is Arrive at Waycross daily at............ 5:05; p m AVE MADE THE MODE JHO.S.
slip rid in1ttie, it the largest and most im- simply perfection the most elaborate di hl'sbeinA' Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 0:35 p m Fcrmimliiia Fin. the authorized
Arrive Jacksonville................... 6.25p.m. -
Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 m the
nt o.fitre-of population in the State. prepared by the former chef of the p Agents to contract for sale of their ,
Tiu-tv i t:* cry reason to believe that given Windsor and Metropolitan hotels in New Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
CONNECTIONS. Arrive at.Washington. D.C.daily atll:00 m
York and served by efficient white lady p
, "i i'Vou' Chance with neighboring towns, waiters. A broad piazza) extends across Arrive at New York daily at......... 0:30: a m BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .

t' these swhantages alone would have made both fronts of this grand hotel, forming an AT FEP.S.NDIS.FLA.., Connecting at Waycross with Through

... .r\'rt., iiilhia tljte, metropolis of Florida ; and agreeable promenade and from the top of With New York and Fernandina Steamship Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing;: Room wishing to purchase will get all information -
it iv wonder the building an extended view may be obtained Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars. Waycross to New York with- as regards prices from them.
L' I to those who visit this pleas-
: of the surroundingcountry, including for New York on Thursday. out change. Samples of different qualities and styles
1 :tlllt: I I.|>trt aid become acquainted with its attractiious St. Marys, Ga., Cumberland Island, and old With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. can be seen at the office of ,

1 '.1:1t Fernandina has been so slow ocean "rolling in his power.:' Across the and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonnile! daily at..;:....... 5:30 p m MODE BRO'S.
'tll rwi:! (old l to the general boom now enjoyed street is a beautiful palmetto park with CALLAIIAN. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 9:00: a m 20 Femat1 1ina.

h.v tin reht: of the State and such fountain and orange trees, where the guestcan To and from Savannah! and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at............ (0:2'J' p m '
. ten ; persons pass the time in pleasant saunterings. and all points! North and West, daily.AT Arrive Waycross daily at.......... !9:00 p m CURTIS fc CO. .
;,1 t iijuorantly blame the citizens for a lack Leave Gainesville daily at............. 0.15 p m

:.3 '"elterpr! l ; and public spirit, as accounting To and from .\LDWI FL.\., Tallahassee Leave Newnansville! daily ft......... 0:57 p m ESTATE AGENTS,
j"r the backward NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD. Jacksonville Leave New Branford daily at........ 8:20: p m REAL
condition of the place. and all South West and Northwest MARY'S GEORGIA:
t ;'larit I points Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.4S p m ST. ;
11 rule civil war the city was a greater \\2 daily. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............12:10 a m -
? 'llnerl'r' I1'!haps than any other in Florida. Eto jp AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at.....:....... 2:2o a. m Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated Exchanges

I''he! real t'j use of the utter stagnation that -NEW AXD SECOND HAND.- To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p m effected.
Lots from 25 feet to1
- WILDWOOD. ............ 7:00 Mill S ites, Town
0.e l llllwt\l ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES Arrive at Macon daily at.- a III
. as the impossibility for original With Line to and from Brooksvilleand acres, Lands and Plantations from 5to 5, ')'
Stage Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:25 p m
.ed 1\\'llers to'obtain'possession of their real Complied Grcngo Box trend Shingle Slachlao : Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 5:50 p m acres, for sale. .

tELLtt, as, :Awing; to the effect of the United Eagle For Gins Tntnlogno, Saw :Mills and Prices Planers"rrore Eeaw bnvtng.RANDLE&DUBAHEiAOH'YGO, AoAgjc CEDAR KEY, FLA.. Arrive at Nashville daily at........... 1:25 a m N. B.-" St. Mary's having been selectedas

-;sit !tates. dirt-It, tax sales I they could not .With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key ...Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi
l")' e s re- <'stand Havana every Saturday : for New Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at:......: ;:00 a m Canal (under 'the survey made for Government -
th-Jmsclvesof their property with a Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive Chicago daily at..........;.. 0:10 p m by General Gillmore), charters for the
Jfcw t., repair: and further development. 65, 67, 69, ELm ST., C1HCMN5TI, 0.fWrite Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis' daily at........... 0:20 p m construction of which having been grantedby h

0- : w' howl;'er, happily the last claim of thefurcbafersi for Catalogue and rasnttcn this paper.) every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 0:30: am the United States Government and the i;

t- tax !' Tampa Steamship Company's Steam- Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large {
.tats including that of the United Veto Goods. ers for and from Key West Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily'at..._....12:10 p m increase in the value of adjacent lands may't e:

o, citizens! vcrniuent: + .has I been settled, nand- the Large lines of new goods in every department Thursday; for Tampa :and Manatee, Monday Arrive Washington daily at.......10:25 a m be confidently looked for." .(See New York:: '_:
ce: I bc-ie(;:!! \i that unhampered they can at J. & T. KYDD'S. and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Stun 27-3--83.)

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TilE LAM GllAXTS. tion is simply to the right of the ".IrcJltJleam 1 its-Chicago[ namesake
i .as 'can
TllE b'lO'Ul'IjJll I.UO: u.t' Our, advantage will have to be in t urn
: .. reduced rates transportation. 'We In connection with the Land Grant State and the railroad company independent, voters from a close inspectionof
r ', :' the republican candidate.
c Itrrt, ;-)'. .GEORGE. R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. are at about half the distance from question we find a letter from Secretary holding under the grant to the State, That inspection i is by nomeans satisfactory platform:

T i Fg' : 7.' Subscription, J83 per year; six months, 81. New York to Mexico\ and Central Teller to Senator Call, under date ,to the grant of land, which, accord- From present indications the candidate of

1: 7 I .:J )ffice.corner Centre and First streets,second fi r'l ,America. To compete with their of June 9th, in which the status of ing to Secretary Teller, is good until the, Democratic party will be one whose

i .:; RATES OF ADVERTISING. Railroad is set out character will fully meet the requirements
9 must have transportation the Grant} fully actual legislative action has been
t i :. 1 Teaj cents a line for the first, and five cents fort products we : '" of those who demand honesty and purity in
and which v clearly establishes l had the .
:' 'eticli Subsequent Insertion. to market at the lowest! possiblerates. rvery : : forfeiting grant.KOMERLEY public men. And the platform of the part,
,,, I II :' ; Spebial local notices, 15 cents a line. the right of the railroad company to r-- ---- ---- we believe, will be such an enunciation of
;;:' i I Reading notices,25 cents a line. line of the road .H USll. will
; sell the lands on the principles as meet the approbation
'i' :'.f. ,j ,. SpeeL-il it rate for time/i t avertisaments upon appll As 1water all ,other things being equal, The New york Sun takes Homerey! all who truly desire reform in of
\ far our Government
: atil at the office. they are constructing as as constructed
(: ) 1 is much the cheapest
d'.f. carriage Marsh of the -
as a sample insignificant and the correction of the abuses that
r : Co Communications upon all matters of local interest have and fleet steamships and twenty miles in advanceof
must -
i we large and useless have crept into it. 'The Republican
; ; r' ,. i solicited from all parts of the county and from the let- presumably appropriations party
d" : ; Florida adapted to the trade which construction.e publish will never reform itself; it is beyond i its
'h i along>j the lines of railways. contained, as it deems, in
try ;I Alii.!'communications intended for publication shall carry from our ports that por- ter in full elsewhere. It will be seen the River and.Harbor Bill. power to do so. It has held power so Ion.
\ 1 should be addressed to the Editor all business that the evils that have fastened
; ; that the following is the essence of themselves
tion of destined for the
rt 1 letters simply' THE FLORIDA. MIRROR. our products Apparently misled by the name of upon it cannot be dislodged-the
, t I -: the statement made.by the Secretary: party.
I' f : North and foreign countries. We "marsh it made no examination of must go.-Jfobile Red i4er.'att. .
SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 188.x..r $
i j
"The net authorized tlie: State to sell the
shall need deeper'water at our en-
the merits of the improvement which -
1 ;
9. Ii OUR POSSIBLE RIVALS. granted lands included within a continuous
p f trances to enable us to compete with
't .++ : ,t Orange trees grow and produce length of twenty miles,and to continue such a. simple reference to the report of the
;vr t \', t )fctbmidantly: \ with no care whatever and are their fruit steamers already V established sales as the road should be completed in Chief of Engineers would have shownto
: t! [in bearing till the year round. Trees thirty to the Central American twenty mile sections." be of the most and
4. one important
feet be exhibiting
J ; high may seen ; every stage
-.t. J !growth at once, the ripe fruit on the topmost -' ports. Their competition has already The proviso of the 4th section is : meritorious in the whole bill.
t,. boughs and tiers of buds and blossoms begun and we should at once "And if either of said roads
r fcelovv.-Honduras Letter to JView York Sun. pre- any or or The water route through Romerlev .w ctcyr

.':t, Florida has now no rival in the pare for it. branch is not completed within ten Marsh forms a part of the inland V ROYAL'1470LIITflY4rp wog' '

; ;; production of oranges within the THEThere l1TNA'1'IONS.- years, no further sales shall be made, passage between the Savannah river,

., ': borders of the Union except California is a very general expressionof and the land unsold shall ;revert to Georgia, and the St.John's'river, Florida .. h:,; p ,.i

;; :and Louisiana. The more southerly satisfaction on the part of the the United States." It is situated between Warsaw: rk_

1 ? position and dryer climate of democracy of this section with the The Supreme Court in construing sound on the North and Ossibaw .

1.,, .. !j Florida give it an unquestionable I nominations made at Pensacola. Our this proviso said ra, cessation of sales sound on the south. It is the usual : :

i ; 1 superiority over Louisiana. California delegates went uninstructed, and in that event (failure of completion and only route for the passage of

.,;! possesses a dry and equable prepared to. vote for the best men within time) is implied in the condi- vessels in the inland passage, and

,: AHd so far as production is concerned The result gives evidence of the good but the Supreme Court goes on to fifty years. The route is crooked,

+ I :an'maintain: a fair competition. So sense and good feeling which pre- say "-if the condition be not enforced, narrow, and has a depth of only five 4KIr4G

:, far,i iu; known, from some cause the vailed in the convention. Three the power to sell continues as before its feet at low water. At any other time

f California oranges do not equal the good men were placed in nomination, breach, limited only by the objects of than high tide, steamers are delayedand I

I : Florida fruit in quality. There is each one deserving well of the coun- the grant and the manner of sale prescribed very frequently grounded in the I

: ;, J i i als,3 a large margin in favor of Flo-- try and highly esteemed In fact, in the act." The court also channel. So important was,it deemedto POWDERAbsolutely

ridii in its nearness to market. The so nearly alike was the estimation in held that forfeiture for breach of such the inland commerce between Savannah -

-' 1 ;, extreme dryness of California re- which they were held that they received condition in the act in question must and Florida, that the Geor- Pure.

.. b j s ;.quires greater expense of cultivation a nearly equal number of be enforced by legislative or) judicial gia&Florida Inland Steamboat Company varies.
.r ; POWDER never Ainam-I
Yli r E 1. i We have outside of the United votes. Then, of course, a choice had proceedings, and until so enforced, added $5,000 to the Government TIllS purity strength and wholesomcne:s.

States to contend 'with the products the granted estate remains in the appropriation of $10,000 to :More economical than the ordinary kinds:,
to be made of one of the three. It and cannot he sold in competition with the
fa Y J 1 of the West India islands and Sicily. was quite evident that there was no grantee, ('i i e. the railroad company) begin the work of improvement. multitude of low test,short weight alum! or

t The West India islands are near special antagonism felt personally "the same as it existed when the It forms a part of the inland line phosphate powders. Sold only Tit cans.
'T i enough to place their fruit in market against either of the three. West granted lands were defined with pre- of communication necessary for the 3S lOG Wai 1 Street. New York,

$ 11' at little if than cision by the definite location of the of coast defence and is
;- I any greater expense Florida and South Florida have for system as SHERIFF'S SALE.
1 : our own. There is, however, a small some time felt that other things being line of the road. much a channel of commerce as TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF ANJ

t duty on foreign fruit, and the quality equal, the candidate should come The Secretary goes on to say "a Long Island sound. The sum of \ execution issued out of the Circuit
line of definite location of the Florida Court Fourth Judicial Circuit, for Nassau:
of the West India fruit is not con- $10,000 in 1882
.jt i | from the west or south. Middle was appropriated County, in a suit in said Court determined,
:. : .skltTed equal to that of Florida. Florida had held the ,honor of the Railroad has been recognized by this and- the Engineer Department report wherein J. C. Head is plaintiff and John 0.
Donald defendant, I have levied upon and
J_ We doubt if our people are aware gubernatorial office many times. Department that the sum of $24,000 will complete will sell at public auction in' front of the

; ,f I ; how near at hand is the opening up We have no doubt this feeling had Now certainly this is a very clear this important work. The Court-House the legal in hours the city of of sale Fernandina, on the,first during -

t ', r of communication with the semitropical its weight in the final determination and very emjjhntic recognition of the Chief of Engineers says: :Monday in August, being the fourth day of

':i countries lying south of the I of the convention in favor of one of right of the railroad company to the "It is desirable that an appropriation said levied month upon, the as the following property described of John lands 0.

: United States, the wonderful productiveness West Florida's favorite sons-General granted lands, provided that their amounting to the full balance, $24,000, be Donald : E i of NE i of NE t. Section :30,
made at an early date, since the amount Township 2 N'Range :25 E; E i of Section
'+ a w' :i : of which will soon make Perry. The popularity of Mr. Pasco claim has not been nullified by some will be of no benefit to commerce and navi- 7, Township 2 N. Range 23 E-220: acres;
action of Lots 7 and 8 in Block G, Callahan 8 J of
rivals fruit of legislative Congress or judi- ;
: f :, them our in products, was shown by the large vote he gation until the cut completed..
,, very Section 4, S J of NE i, W of NW J i, J I
: ; i which we have now so nearly a received. The esteem in which Gen. cial proceedings. No claim is made If not already fully provided for, of NW:i, Section 3, Township 2 N,]Range i

A ,"f :I monopoly. held evidenced by any one that any such legislation we hope the Senators from Florida E-195 acres, more or less; also, fractionalSW
:. Barnes was was bv i Section 2,Township 2 N,Range 2-5: K--;
trr 't' r j ;'i'.# Through lines of railway already the very respectable,vote he received, or judicial j action has been had, and'I,and Georgia will amend the bill in 12G acres, more or less.. for title.
Terms cash, purchaser: paying
t', 't tY : connect our own railways with the made up from a majority of the consequently in the exact languageof the Senate to embrace the completion JOHN A. ELLERMANN,

d ., I d. capital and chief cities of Mexico, a counties of the State ; but as both the Secretary, the granted estate of this work, so important to Fernandina, Fla.Sheriff. June 28,1884.Nassau; County

I' country which possesses all the varieties General Perry and General Barnes remains in the. grantee the same as I I both States.

.a it existed when the lands -------- ------ In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
' granted
: ; ,. of climate and all the fruits of were from the West and their combined were
WE call attention to the circularof .
Circuit Nassau County
1 and tropical climes. defined by the definite location of
vote embracing a large majority -
i w. ,j Prof. Win. N. Sheats, of Gaines- Florida.
Iad south of :Mexico we have the line of road.
i Lying of the convention, very naturallyone ville in reference to a normal school JANE ::\MOORE: }
Central America, portions of which of the two would be chosen, and I There can certainly be no doubt vs. I DIVORCE.
which he to on July BERNIAHIOORE: J JIT
proposes open
Y $t ',W are equally adapted to the varieties it is no disparagement to either of i that is what the Secretary says. The 7th for the especial benefit of colored APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVIT

1 '' of the citrus,and much better adapted the other candidates that General fact that bills have been introducedinto that Berniah Moore: ,the defendant
teachers. The tuition will be free. of
: of the State
resides the
1 ,, ', the tender fruits. Congress to forfeit the does
r 1 ;A i i to more tropical Perry was finally chosen. grant :Florida, so that ordinary process cannot lc

x 1 "I! Already lines of steamships have I We believe that the choice of not change the present status. We WE are indebted to our enterprising served that upon a hearing him; now be ,had therefore upon, the it is facts ordered -

+ tt' ,'; : d been established; between the ports General Perry will be handsomely are therefore surprised to observe ina cotemporary, the Times-Union, charged in complainant's bill of complaint,

t' Philadelphia: t endorsed by the people of the State. published letter of Senator Call's, .for a full report of the proceedingsof filed in in October above stated next.cause, on the first:; Monday [

: : and New Orleans. The dis- the letter of BAKER Judge< .
General Perry comes from the immediately following the State Convention. JAMES M. 31-3m

,, + :, i tance from Honduras to Cedar Key ranks of the people. He has heldno Secretary Teller, the statement that June 20th. 1884.

;:' New Orleans is not 800 miles the Secretary of the Interior Hon. THE DEMAND FOR HONESTY.
r ? i or over office, has made no antagonisms, FOR RENT-
1 ., hi4 3 Vr'V = or two day's run by a fast steamship, has a. clean record as a man and as Mr. Teller says that there is no poweror protest The Springfield against Mr.Republican Elaine's nomination considers the to DWELLING AND STORE

f ,,1' ; :: : J so that practically these fruitpro1'1 a citizen, is highly esteemed for his right in the railroad company to ,. be at the core an appeal for honestyhonesty LARGE extensive yard-room and gardens

I, ..q 4' j j ducing countries south of us are patriotism, -his intelligence and his sell these lands, and that they can in the candidate and honesty in the large attached family, oa or Alachua boardin street-housc; suitable. Possessioncan for: a

i i M i+ ',:i j within an easy access to the fruit integrity.He make no title to these lands." It is platform. The public mind, it thinks, is be given about August 1st.

t I, :. II ;Y 1 : I consumers of the United States, while is a capable and strong man, to be observed, however, that Mr. to-day considerations in a mood when of honesty it is most and sincerityin sensitiveto STREET,
: 1 : : I their more tropical location will and will, we have every reason to be- Call's letter is dated June 4th, and candidates and in parties.: facing the bay; has eight rooms. large hall!,

:- 1// i place their fruit both earlier and lieve, make a good Governor. A Secretary Teller's letter June 9th, We hope the Republican i is right. The piazzas, excellent well, etc.

,, 1, ,;;::i+ ; later in the market than our own. good, capable, intelligent and upright 1884,beiifgseveral days laterthanMr.Call's public mind of the North has been too readyfor occu
years past to condone the offences againsthonesty AND
,. t, \ The paragraph we have placed at Governor is what the people want. letter, so that it is probablethat and sincerity of the party that has pied by Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street.

,. I
I ; i :: Lieutenant Governor will be generally understanding of the Secretary of thievery and jobbery, the public has For ternis, etc., apply to G. STARK.

rivalr i ; acceptable to the people, and views and had not then seen the let- shrugged its shoulders and replied, "Yes Fernandina, May 2,1884.

: : I which 1 we shall always maintain, will be a proper recognition of the ter of the Secretary of June 9th. This but the party saved the Union" When -
confronted with proofs of fraud and cor- LUMBER!
i : a ', : but they are largely in the nature of ,zeal and unity of the South Florida view is confirmed by the statementof the FIRE WOOD AND
i ruption, public has been bamboozled by
is of
democrac3He a gentleman leg
T -' accessibility to market Rossiter the Times-Union corres- talk about results of the
,, ; our greater islativeexperienceand high standing.The losing the war.
'': ;. t arid the excellent quality of our ticket is pronounced a good pondent, who refers at length to the In fine, prejudice timidity and passion FOR SALE CHEAP :

"; fruit. Our advantage of 48 to 60 one by every one we meet. !. views entertained by our senators.It have all been played upon by republican
manipulators to keep their party in
i t : :i) I hours is, however, no very great one Will l it be elected? seems to us that as the grantwas and to retain control of the Government.power J2i T7DGINGS AND SLABS.10 cents per loal d.

.:- >i in reference to a fruit the keeping The answer to this depends::; not, made to the State no action ad- But now times have changed. Every- ROUGH LUMBER
4 the number of democratic votes .
1 .-: 'I qualities of which ar eas great as on verse to the construction of:the rail- thing cannot be explained away now by
; 1 in the State, but on the question "John Brown's From $.3 to$lG per M ft.,
starting body, or :Marching -
t".i in. .1 i ""J that of the oranbge.Viiat1 then is whether they will take the troubleto way should be assumed as desirable through Georgia." The Northern public according to quality.DRESSED .
{ '
{ ;' to be our'' vote. The unless directed by a formal act orT LUMBER,
i i : : protection or advantage independent movement has got its eyes open. The demand fOr', $20 31. feet.
$12 to per
t }[I. '! against the rivalry of countries will amount to nothing, as resolution of the legislature.a purity of character of candidates and honestyof
s{ :,;,1 j wihich: like Honduras, have orange against such a ticket it has no stand- rights and claims of all actual parties is not satisfied with glittering Orders by Telephone promptly attended

ils and point. Our ticket can only be de-. and bona fide settlers have generalties, and talk about Plumed DURYEE.
'f d s I it trees which grow produce already WILLIAM B.
4 : feated by the indifference or apathyof Knight "Black EagleJim and Jack''
"4 ,t : fl j i.: :.abundantly! with no care whatever democratic voters, which we can- been admitted and recognized by the and other rubbish. Not even the wildly Steam Saw and Planing Mill.:

r, ,t,, all the year around?" not conceive of in a presidential year. railroad company, so that the ques- thrilling campaign poetry of the New York Office foot Centre Street: A
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Inland Steamboat Co.HBAT1ST0 IBIR/O'S::



A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the -

I Sea Islands. I' Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- J GOODS

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



t i v yt We have endeavored to select the NUN'S
I (' \..1I "J l: Latest and Most Stylish: Designs to be Found, Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods. ,

I., :JjLi. ,.'';;:-tf :Zl"llw ; :t: ::: i
t :;' :" -' and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves;and.'. see the Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings-A ,

f ST; NIOHOLASt FULL LINE of the newest patterns. '\

t YES FKHNAXDINA.EVERY MOX- Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.
\'and Friday mornings. IIII.EN JE BARGAINS I Our Spring for :Men
j'ctnrniifc: leaves SAVANNAH foot of Clothing and Youths has' arrived, and for style
Lincoln} stjei't every Sunday and Thursday ,and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' ,
mornill't 8:30: o'clock, standard time.
,to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.
For Segula? and Special Excursion Tickets flS-We; are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

,1 -TOFlorida- York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
id"aiplv Cuba, Mexico,
I.oint"" MODE BROTHERS Sgg" Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purch 'sing '

:' ', to LjVi: & ALDEN, corner of Bull elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. .
;land, )llrj-an: greets, Savannah.
5c either will be -IN-
< :
: ; passengers way
transferred:.St,Simon's hy Steamer Ruby. T. ck -r'OYJJ' : :)
J">eUliti lilt tHgned i for 24 hours after arrivil 7
1 will be wt risk of consignee.! DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,
: t Fernandina, Fla. ,
c. WILLIAMS, Gen.:Agt, ; .
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1 J7:!"}'I"IXI Boots Shoes Curtains Floor Oil Cloths.
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A I1'Ijiill i Line rf Elegant Lace and Mull! Fichus, ,


Linen. Collars and Kid Gloves,

I i '(_ "," ,i .. -THE FINE STEAMSHIPSCITY --
AJI of the Latest Styles. ,'"..., O3T SAN A.NTONIO 1.080 TON SSTS .
.TI 3 OF TEXA.S, 1,42 TON .
i PAUL Nii "' S ",VESTERN TEXAs 1,310 TONS. .
Hoop Stilts and Ladies' Underwear .9: V
t I ,'
+++4++J-!+++++++-I-+++-I-++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ .
; ri- + +
f fs SlihlMER I tti+i-tP : I I r ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from :FERNANDINA FOR :NEW YORK
GAMES. [ DRY GOODS EMPORIUM I I THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
ftH : Cedar ,and Peninsular Railroad. -
+ !II! !II I--1 It 1- I II i ''I II! '1 II! H II! -I I -1 t+- Key
J I + This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
Croquet Bets and Base-Ball Bats, ++ ++++++++ ++++++++ FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others.
j The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT: J I "Eand UNSURPASSED -
; -AL'iOIJ.rge ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
i freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply] to
---<-'<.>-r.-Centre;. and: Fourth Sts., Fernandina. Dress Goods Silks Satines R. W. SOUTII"ICKent, ,
FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. Pier 20 East River New York. 51- -



!furni hetl, will be opened on the 1st of *
Gloves and Mitts.ALSO .
Hamburg Edgings
Junior! the receptiou of Summer Visitors. ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
MudtPtlou: the Cumberland] plateau, in the '
Iwwain:! of the! University of the South,and A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' ,'* #: 'e *
within MX jnilos of the Southern Chautauqua -f--' -- --

-'rounds(trai-tlons atvMontliJigle.it r.ir. gununcr Visitors.offers unusual at- Goods { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } ,
I lip pa*:>i-n.cr trains on the Nashville] & Furnishing -f- +-
"at, ,auoo::;a Railroad connect AT COWANiththeltocy '", x *
;city Railroad to Sewanee. II

*r-4 week*Tho, charges will be-per day, $.OO; CI..Crax: Gr, EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF :'
[ $10.W; per month, $40.00;; for the
1 i (thtec months), per month,$35.00.
-' : Sewanee, Tenn.
Ice Machines!-Ice Machines TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.



f fj1' "c"cood t -DYPAUL [ TEAS AND COFFEESj :
4,fc Hal lie's Patent. .
; $++* ',
St. __ + ;
o. ? This Mj.u-hine has> many advantages' ,. THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED.

'Jhl for Circular.: i l Address ..,,'.''''".'" --L:;" ':" i; ',: :'." ",' ':. '.. ,' ....:, :. : ". ,,>: ", ',,: ,: \. ,'.. ",",;. ..,:.',.,-,.' .... NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.:
':- ';,
W..LI.\\I u. c DURYEE, ,.: ; ; -- -
S : : -
\ Fernandina, Fla.v?;',i; Cor. Second'and Centre Sts.. FERXAXDIXA, FLA. ,
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i A"i i 'iI t I THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JUKE 28, 1884.
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; .r. I GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COCJfTY.County I Assesstor of 1'tJes-J. C. :Matthews. LIBERTY. 'I HOLMES. ,

,; Judge-It. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collector of t'e1we'v. F. Trantham, County Judge-M. J. Solomons. I; County Judge-A. II. Brownell -
ii9' if United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. : Clerk" \V. Jeter.'f' Clerk-T.U. Pitman.
.. U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools.)I. L. Paine, F. Hosford. '
"its t :: !f' LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff S.'teriff-U. Sheriff Thomas X. EI1i .
i' :' t! Refltster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. I Treasurer-Daniel D. Gilli .
derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector Ret'enlle--Thm P. Shulcr. Collector =:
of Revenue
f i f Receiver-John F. llollins, Gainesville. I of William Tucker
t ;' f 1 SiirveyorGcneralMa.lachi: Martin, Talla- Collector of Ret'enue-J. 11. Herndon San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes Wm. E. Shuler. : Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Xewton
E I i r derson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.: .H.Jack'on.! Superintendent of Schools Whitnell
!; i. liassee.J : Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA. Cur ,
Sanderson. Assessor of'Tuxes; -Walter C. Maloney: ; Jr.. I
:; Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judae-X. C. Shackelford. County !/ -Wm. B. Jones.
Jllrslwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. :Mason S. Moreno Clerk-F. E. de I Rua. Clerk-3.,i:Skipper.
t County Jltlfle-J. It. Richard, Providence. Collectorof'Revenue\ : -
W. H. Hutchinson.
i Sheri -E. P. )Melvin
.. Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.INTERNAL West.
:. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Treasurer'
4 I, i W. W. Tumblin Starke. Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key I Thomas J. Miller.
., t REVENUE. Sheriff Collector of E t"Clme-Ianu1: Pal nits. Collector of RevenueJohn
t : ;I Collector Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-,'N. C. Wainwright,.Lake West. NASSAU COUXTY.CozmtyJuclfleHinton Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. I Assessor of Taxes( --George W.Roche Cook.

T 1 OF CUSTOMS. Butler. Superintendent of Scluols-X.)1. Scarrit Superintendent Schools
; i COLLECTORS ; of -D. H.
? 1J I Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, J. Baker, Fernan- Horn.
t f J4- ; John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

1. t 1, y f i i JJ :: Edwiii Higgins, Jacksonville.! of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, lerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County J/Ulge-Dani1 McLeod, Sr. !' County Judge-William Clark.

ttf 'ji? John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. McLeod.. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

i.L I BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor f Taxes-Wm. .H. Garland, Fer Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. I Sheriff( Joseph S. Stone.

.L i State Officers. County Judge-James A. :McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James: S. Bowers. T.eflsllrer-J. P. Richards.

# 4 l.- Point. Collector of Eet'C1ltlearren F. Scott. Fer- Collector of J'Z'elWeD.1IcI.'ot.1.. i Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkin
1 :, I EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. I Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush.

r f .j I Govemor-\Vm. D. i Bloxham Tallahassee. Sheriff-John II. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno..C. Douglas. I Superintendent of Schools"'. G.; Coxwel'
R. :Moses Georgian botham, Callahan. '
Assessor ofTtLXes-'Vallace -
; Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Beth
j County Trcasurec Gustav Stark, Fernan- -
I I t; \ el, Key West.Secretary na. dina. THE! CELEBRATEDWOOTON
Collector of Ret'elwe-D. W. :McQnaig. Bre-
l of State-John L. Crawford, Tal-
t vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.
lahassee. Superintendent of Schools-:M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando.
4 :a t Comptroller-\\ D. Barnes, Tall hassee. DESKS.SOLID
Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine Orlando
t Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. ; .
CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Orlando..
t I II Attorney-General George P. llaney, Talla-
; 1 1 J. T. Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jamet :M. Owens Fort
hassee. County Judge- Copeland, :) = COMFORT
f ; I Commissioner of LandsP.V.1Vhite.. Park. Reid, :Fla.. OFIICEPPLLXf'E.: *

j .; 'rallahasscc.i Clerk-J. T. Weston. Green (Cove Spring. Collector of Eet'elwc-A. M. Hyer: Sanford.

,r i Superintendent of Public Instruction. K.jFo&ter Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove San ford. --- 're 1'r' itm M7.
i Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of School?John T. Deeks.i .
:I j Adjutant-General, Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. i Fort Reid. 4 ( I I EVERYBODY DELIGHTED:

I Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
nor THEM.Xo. .
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of p'obate-ll. Harrison, Palatka. ; ;y
i 1" :! (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- :Middleburg. Olcrk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka.
I sec. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shall ".
'T Clerk H. C. Tallahassee.Special )
i : : Long,
County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City 1sessGr-A. J. Woods.
aS' Astor
: Agent-Columbus Drew 8 Flat
Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Top. Why use Desks of ordinary:
; Building W. Lake Superintendent of Public Schools- J. W.
,. Sheriff-J. Perry, City. construction when, for slight;
.! ; l SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland.

1 ;: Chief Justice.-E. :M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Tl1.Xes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. i TAYLOR COUNTY. additional cost you can have

I : i; ] Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. the benefit of our improvements

i : SCO Lake City. Sheriff=Green B. Weaver, Perry. ? Awkward closets and

;3' ': ; ]; Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. side drawers done away with

u; m : i 'Jacksonville.i County Judge William McLean: Jack Superintendent of Se/wols-T. J. Faulkner, We substitute
;! i i i j Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry.: yc, revolving cases

m t ,. : 1 i I CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.\ County T''CftSllrer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. which swing with a slight

rs j : 'it 1 First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff=Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County SW-t'Cyur-D. X. Cox, Perry. touch of the hand and are
r j.! sacCla. Assessor of Taxes--Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of .'e1Lue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. thus:: enabled to furnish double
''' ; Circuit-David S. Walker Tallahas sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. .
l II Second the space generally given
i I. Collector of Eet'enue)1oses: J. Brown,
1 see. JOHN'S COUNTY. each side and when
o i t ,: Third Circuit-E.. Vann, Madison.. Jacksonville. --=- = ; cases are
Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judfc-)1.: R. Cooper, St. Augus- the whole interior
+ i 1 .,:: Fourth Circuit-James :M. Baker, Jackson- tine. open is
t; : sell Jacksonville. -= -"-' Hooded with
i j light and all
Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
f :. Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- IIAlULTOCOUNTY.. Sheriff Ramon HernandezSt.'Augustine: No. 1.1 Low Down Roll}Top. portions readily reached with!

ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to
Circuit-H. L. Mitchell
't Sixth Tampa. Clerk-J. :M. Caldwell, Jasper.
.i, Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff-Sampson Altman, Jasper. Augustine.Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

Assessor of Taxes-J. :M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

.i : Court Calendar. Collector of Rl't'emte-\\r. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, E TaE "W'OOTON
f Columbia .
County.Superintendent St. Augustine.::
"; .! FlttST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
SUMTER COUNTY. Cabinet Office Seci etas
a :j Fall Term- Jasper. ---- .

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October.. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, r
'' '. Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Y ''l )q mlJ
as W. L. Frierson Brooks-
i County Judge- ,
1 Holmes: 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
;; i in October. ville. Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
Clerk-J. C. Law
'1 Washington, 2d :Monday after 4th :Monday Sheriff-J. B. tickler, Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, 41 : to the business public. One hundred and
in October. Jaxes R. J. Brooks [ 4v' ten shown in cut, all under
Assessor of Bradley, im+lm6 compartments as
1 j Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Hclven- l --
October. ville. ston, Sumterville. ++ : one lock and key. Especially adapted for :Mer
+ : i
Hedich Brooks-
in December. Collector of "" 4'' '='; Manufacturers, Bankers Railroad Officials
41 i Escambia, 1st Monday ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. i M chants ,

;6 i This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools}.. :M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. :M. Blackburn, Live and Professional Men enerall.r.ADDRESS .
and does not change the
: 10, 1879, I Fort Dade. Oak.

t :r : Spring Term.f' niLLSBOnOUGH COUNTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff John n.. Sessions, Live Oak.
l. Spring Term- County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Umsted,'Vel born. Wooton Cabinet Office Secretary. r
t '+ ' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk Win. C. Brown, Tampa.
Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions,
I i ;; April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Welborn.
., t ; Madison, 2d :Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher/Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
1 I : Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Rctenue-'Varrcn A. Givens, Live Oak.

4 I Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. \"OLCSI.COUXTY.. INDIANAPOLIS, IXD., u. S. A.
l Schools W.P. Henderson
I : in April. of -
I '' ti I I Columbia' 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter I

: r in April. JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.
i : 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprie.Shetiff'Y. .
c ,, ;; Lafayette, County Judge W. B. Lamar, :Monticello. -
A. Cone
., f r I f I .-. in; April. Sheriff'{ -T. B. Simkins, :Monticello. Enterprise.
'i R Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges Glen
: :, Fall Tcrm-
Clerk-W. C. Bird, :Monticello.
"l -. i 'Ii"E; :Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Superintendent of Schools-W; R. Taylor, Cove. '" : '.- E: e RUN
TI'iE \ '
c .t Collector of Ret'C1ltle-P. X. Bryan, Glen 11}
October. I
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Cove. .:; ..,. ': ," )J:. ;
r n : I'' :Madison: Monday: in October. County Treasurer W. :M. Girardeau, :Mon ,, I
It li :,1, Hamilton, 4th :Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, '

I I ;it. ; Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Eet'Clute-J. H. Tucker, :Mon Enterprise. WAKULLA COUNTY. r :, V '"" 'V.A I

I I ;a ; in October. ticello. Trr i
J: Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th ::Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, ""an- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordvi ,.-I., .. : '.ji '
I k : j : October. keenah. Sheriff{ =Charles Alligood, Crawfordville. I rr Urti'l
''i" : Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Xat. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA
?- in October. of Schools-E. Y."TaUs
; Superintendent
I: J. Dixon, New Troy. ,
County Jlu.lge-'V.
I ,: FOURTH CIRCUIT ,- Cra wford ville.
-J. J. Johnson Old Town. SOWN l tr
; Term Treasurer,Yo W.
j. 4 ,: String Clerk-Neal : New County Walker, Craw- :
I, :f ::4Z. ," 4 lit. :John's, 2d Tuesday i in March.: McAlpin, Troy. ford\.ille.
Schools J.C.PillmSe X
Superintendent of ew
I t. II 4th Tuesday in March. ) Collector oj Eet'emte-H. C. McMillan,Craw- eWlngyi
M Ii ;k,,.' i! f ; 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Treasurer-J. :M. N. Peacock New ford ville. Fcrnamliiia, i
..t! i i'' : L Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw-
Nassau 3d in April. Troy. ford"ille. Towns on R. R. Line. r.-r
J m ; J Tuesday Collector TicreHMe-r-Adelbert S. i f" bJ
of ,
-' mc + i 1Juval,1st Tuesday in :May. SANTA ROSA. I
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t I ; t.I Old Town. And Cedar Key. liJ
I F''il Term-
I f County Judge-John Chain.
Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, 1 Y
4 it. John's 2d Tuesday in September.
Clerk R. R.
I i Shepard.
+: I P 'lUlay, 4th Tuesday in September. Xew Troy. LEON COUNTY. T'casurer-TIoLert Robinson. I II

I Bradford' 1st Tuesday in October. Collector of Jez'enue-'V. J. Williams.
i I : Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large .
t I :' lit 1 Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October.JDuval Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of&lwols-David Tinner.
fit! i 1 1st in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. ,
? : Tuesday
number of the most eligible and desirable &%
of X.Felkel ., ," .
I Superintendent Schools-Henry POLK. -" r >- > 5 J.?->
I fi : tyring Term- Tallahassee. COllllty.JI/(1gc-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable for Business for I "Wi\ ,
I; r : Purposes, or i
i 1 J. L. Tallahassee.
t r Treasurer- Demilly Clerk-S. J. Pearce. ,
' I f Sumter, 3d :Monday :March. I I II
, e ; ..t ':)[arion, 4th :Monday in March. Collector of Eet'ClUle-C. C. Pearce, Talla- SheriffW.{ .:31.,' Bowen. City or Suburban Residences, I y g5 x\ : 1
. Putnam, 3d Tuesday 4th Monday inSi Treasurer F. Beville. "* : 1
i 4. m + l.rarch, Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Filles. I rv j rn 'y ;f', .1' 1r
+ ; ; Assessor of Teixes-W. H. Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS. f fI fi
I'' Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th :Monday in I b
I 1 11 March. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-Y. R. McCrary.DADE. I I l .

.. i//t I ; ,Alachua, 4th :Monday after 4th :Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to i t
? March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
1' i ; '!1 Full Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- ttiT1w 1tJ

4 :; !.I >VSumter::; 1st :Monday in October. Collector of Eet'cnue-t B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. tJf
; ;' Ke,". Sheriff-Win. M. Mattaur. rial who will
? t' 'Marion, 3d Monday in October. enterprises, erect on the property -
1 i .. Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. >
: ;! 'Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Eet'C1me-"m H. Benest. purchased substantial improvements II :1s
f Alachua 1st after 4th in Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. I IIi
i! I! : Monday Tuesday MADISON COUNTY. It '
f m ; : t &z',
I November. for residence
or in which to conduct their t
4m,A I .. County JlllflC-R. :M. Witherspoon, :Madi !
1::: a i f fi SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. ftA
:; faring Tt.'rm- Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business... : V :
Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk John M. Beggs, Madison :-llteriff-Andrcw Scott. rf."n7 "f\.II.\ 1G l. nl;
s t ,Volusia, 3d :Monday in February. of Schools-Samuel J. Treasurer James E. Heam. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS f .. '
in Superintendent Perry, PrG3 '{ t' NV: ::IOOTdi aila
llrevard,1st March.
Monday i
:Madison. Collector of Ret'cillie-John B. Anderson. IN E" "Y
''c : q V t' Dadc, 3d :Monday in April. County T'cnsllrer-S. S. Smith :Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from I I r O'::):._- -,

it,; I ; ; Mill' Term- Collector of Rnenuell.. D. Wadsworth, Superintendent vf Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. I 3Na EQUt. : : L--- : ni
I 1 Orange, 2d Monday in August. :Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and e- "IF-

, i I m.-:: ,, ;* Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Assessor of TlJ"es-'V. P. Thompson, Mad FRANKLIX. \ EWHq ;.r3irJHF al(
.' Brevard 4th :Monday in September. towns. Apply to : I ar.
; r { ison. County Judge-Robert G. Baker. I e AJ 1:.h. r1 t! """"A-

;, i i'.-:;; ';,j' f.',Dade, 2d :Monday November.. MANATEE C.oUXTY.County.JudgeZ. Clerk J. A. ..Atkins.SteriffS. CHAS. W. Fernandina.LEWIS. 30 UNION; SQUARE NEY/ti YG?' fit

T. Crawford :Manatee. A. Floyd. Th
-I- Treasurer J 2'Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. C'\\CAGO FRNG rLMI't1
i\ : .- County Offiecrs.J Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. R. II. Porter. i o t 41-H.- ', ALACHUA. Sheriff .\. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Jel'emle-Goor A. Patton. < .-- -" ,,, -, ,- .' ILL. MAGS.FOR Gr1-

J ? J h ;";: County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines- Assessor of Taxes W. F. Parrish, Braden- Superintendent Assessor of Taxes-F.of Schools-Henry J. Egbert. C. Hicks.: ',; .,... : !'.. :. ....; ,;/ ., : I ( SALE BY J
"' town. .. ... --
cm i5 .. ; dlleClerk ..
.a ,If |;: -J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville Collector of Revenue-:Marion G. Carlton, ; GADSDEN. .. .
: i 1 Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. County Judge-J. R. Hams. / :..'::;.i i :' i HOTEL IN NEW YORK. .J

r 1 i ) !! Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J.Seward' Clerk-Henry S. Reeves.Sheriff 'i./\/\ -TiY, : :;-' J; ,- i, health, bnsiness Po

,i r I. f Mlle.m Pine Level. : Thomas Mitchell. -.rM-,'. _. .' I Persons visiting will find New first-class York for accommcxlationsuJIJIXKT.'S :1
m t : ;'. Collector! Rettnt/c-II. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY.: Treasurer-A. M. Smith. i or pleasure IIOTKL. Location central nea F'oa

%4 f"I ; ;! i'ille. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Eet'cnue-R.\I. Morgan. : >:;, : elevated and horse cars. :Nice room!,excellent

':I"i!1', i' ,; Sujyerintendent! of Schools-W. N. Sheats, I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton :McPhanl. ;r : table, moderate prices ; Turkish, JULLtK.Electric ana*> (

r f 4 ;. I' .i |t Gainesville.Ji ShmjF-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. .,, Roman and 41 baths.West Tiventy-SIxth Address! I>K. I St.;. P.,:New: York. Fo:

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; THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : JUNE 28, 1884. ,

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r n'l'fSlll GTU.1 :' From Savannah and all points in SHERIFF'S SALE.
I .. the North and lost................. 4.3S p. m. VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION IS- I ,
From Tallahassee Pensaeola. and BY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth i
\\-,\!STUSYMPATJIV i : -THE GENERAL DEFICIENCY all points on the Florida Central 'Judicial Circuit, in and for the county of EST,A..DLISI.IED ,187). p

IJILL-MU. H'MXGEU; AM IllS COMMITTEE'S it Western Railroad................ 4.38p.m. Xassau, Florida, in favor of Noah S. Green,
DISCLRIV-SENATOI'.S; IXGILLS AND Itfght Passenger Train leaves executor of the estate of Avanah Green, deceased --
: For Cedar Key, Wildwood, and all and against William K. Soutter. ad- ;
mio JVXTIPOLYGAMY JLL- points on the Transit Road....... 4.25 p. ill. ministrator of the estate of James T.Soutter \ DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES

GOVERNMENT: FRAUDS, 3TC. For Savannah and all points North deceased I will offer for sale and sell in ',. ., .n
"WASHINGTON June 21, 1884. andY est................................. 4.25 p.m. front of the Court House of said county, in :;::.L ..v'1 a.'-. -.5; ; .

E'Ktof o.fltltC Florida jl/7rror: (connecting at Callahan.) the city of Fernandina, Florida, on the first ,:. ; :;: '
the & CO.
Tu ) is wasted on members of For Tallahassee Pensacola and all Monday in July, 1884 all the rights title 1 r i., ,.' ,
Much sviopathy r points on the Florida Central & and interest of the heirs legatees I or representatives .
Consre8.1 heraus a of their supposed suffering Western Railroad.................... 4.25p.m. of said James T. Soutter in and to .'<'", .

while \\orWfig in: hot weather Their friends (connecting at Baldwin.) the following lands and real estate lying- ?, ,>. =1 PHARMACISTS 1=

Washington\ do not generally Nlglit Passenger Train arrives and being in the county of Nassau State of < ,
outside of
Cedar Wildwood and Florida and described on the official ,
is much From Key, mapsor J>- .
know that the capitol more comfortable all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. m. surveys as the N W i of N E i, S E i of ,:" :':./1'" :'> '
its: >ummer than in winter, for in From Savannah and all points in N E i and S W J of N W i of Section ((1)) ) Centre Street.FERXAXDIXAFLORID.

warm wt|.il't>rill the outer doors and win the North and West.................. 8.40 a. in. one, Township ((1)) one X, It 23.E. Purchaserto
and there it a free circu- From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and pay for title.
:Ull .
dows are all points on Florida Central & JOHN A. ELLERMAXX.

lation of iir.j Besides, there is a complicated Western Railroad.................... 8.25a.m. Sheriff Nassau County.
of'machinery: in the sub-basement :Fernandina, Fla., May 31. 1884. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
of the bt iWi ng tor keeping our law-makers Train leaves daily, except Sunday and DOMESTIC -

thousands of visitors For Jacksonville........................ G.OO; p. m.
cool. Of |the many from basement to Train arrives daily except Sunday THE SUN. WH LB ALB AND .
the Capitol
who explore1 ; From Jacksonville...................... 8.50 a. m. TALt! Drugs and Chemicals
douse, nfrcw) arc aware of the fact that one Sunday only- toO H

of its most'! interesting features is under For Jacksonville ........................ 5.00 p. m. toO
Ifhe apparatus: that blows hot air From Jacksonville I .....................10.25 a. m. NEW YORK 1SS4. 0H l Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

winter t,t wsx-old, air in summer. Two SEA ISLAND noun ::0 Proprietary and Fancy Goods
in From Savannah, Steamer St. Nicholas I II ,
large forciiirflJ. : S. which make seventy revolutions Tuesday, Thursday and II I-

;.1 minute} drive a current of fresh Saturday................. ............... G.OO p. in. A BOUT sixty million copies of TilE Sux I II CD FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
air throLjh enormous pipes and flues into For Savannah. Steamer St. Nicholas have gone out of our establishment I
\ the twelve months.
\ and during
Sunday, Wednesday past
the tipperjre; ions of the building. This air Friday........... ........................ 9.00 a. m. If you were to paste end to end all the A. B. NOTES PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
in brought though, a tunnel which passes From Savannah by the David columns) of all THE Suxs printed and sold I O .

under the-GipitoI: terraces and grounds, with Clark, Tuesday and Friday....... G.OO p. m. last!: year you would get a continuous c: I 2 IN GREAT VARIETY.
For Savannah by steamer David strip of interesting information, commonsense DEALER IX-
outsiite opening down near the Peace
tho Clark, Tuesday and Friday ...... G.OO p. M. wisdom, sound doctrine, and sane 00. I -
Motuinieii't. Fifty cubic feet of air per min- wit long enough to reach from Printing 56
ntes; sent-iiito:? the legislative halls for each For New York direct, by steamships House! square to the top of Mount Copernicus Family Supplies, 1 : Physicians' Prescriptions

lcrson! \vilhhk: it, and this is after it has State of Texas or City of in the moon, then back to Printing I IH I carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
House and then of
lu-Md through; a spraying fountain for moist San Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 p. m. the way square hack to the moon again. HEAVY GROCERIES : t: reasonable prices.
York direct of -'
New City
From by
cnin m.cooling it. A daily record of the But The Sun is written for the inhabitantsof r
San Antonio and State of Texas, .
temperature is kept the state being takenevery every Friday.......................... 3.00 p. m. the earth ; this same strip of intelligence
would girdle the globe twenty-seven or C Hay and Grain
two hol1r So, really, the toilers on ST. MARYS RIVER. twenty-eight times. UlO
Opitol HJ11 enjoy a temperature nine degrees Steamer Martha leaves Goitre street dock- If every buyer of a copy of The Sun dur- I r

lower than the people of Washington For St. Marys and Crandall Tuesday ing the past year has spent only one hour i I
and Friday....................... 2.00 p.m. over it, and if his wife or his grandfatherhas H SHIP STORES t
generally.In For St. Marys and Dungeness, on spent another hour this newspaper in Z 1 = ,
view of adjournment, Congress is working Wednesday and Saturday........ 9.35 a. in. 18S3 has afforded the human race thirteen 'dDAL1S ,

;; hard and) turning off' legislation in a For St. Marys only, )Monday and thousand 'years of steady reading day and Furniture, I ISto.cs

Thursday..................... ............ 8.00 a. in. night.It .
tr.1) hu iness71ik4j way. The record of the
Steamer Martha arrives' is only )by little calculations like these I
scsi'wn is already, made up however. The From St.: Marys and Crandall on that you can form any idea of the circula- H C.r

defeati-d the Gth of the and ............. 7.00 MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
measure {n\ May was Monday Thursday! a. m. tion of the most popular of American newspapers tf Paints, JOICE THE
discovered it is certain in its
From; St. Marys and Dungeness, of its influence the as
/ttStof democratic and republican purposes. or on opinions
and Saturday.... 1.00 O Crockery, effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
Wednesday p.m.
on and actions of American men and women. I
If the to early in June S
plan adjourn suc- BELOW.
1 From St. Marys only, Monday and The Sun is, and will continue to be, a to __ _
ceeils.( only the necessary: routine appropriation 'rhursda ..?........................ ..... 2.00 p.m. newspaper which tells the truth without Hardware, I ;,:;:,

bill* can yet be passed. fear of consequences which gets at the Saved Him $1,800.00.
While the Geni-T.il Deficiency Bill was --- TAX SALE. facts no matter how much the process costs, WillowWare.Prtatatotali. g
- which presents the news of all the world .. ADAMS. N. Y., January 30 1SS2.
under! di'.cu.'sMoii, )lr. Randall: moved, as an I ,
t IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT without waste of words and in the most OICEAS I.... Dr. B. J. Kendall it Co.:
r additional section; proposition against political NOTICE described real estate will readable shape which is working with all I GEXTS-Having used a good deal of your

avscssauentsv' !: which some Republican be sold at public auction on the 7th day of its heart for the cause of honest government OICE =- I Ii Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I

numbers pritceedtfd, at once to have ruled July 1884, in front of the Court House at and which therefore believes that the thought I would let you know what it has
,- ; Fernandina in the county of Nassau or so Republican party must go and go in the done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
out on a They did not want
) il\tiof\ ql'der. much thereof as will be necessary to pay the coming year of our Lord, 1884. H 1-l'- colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
to have thttiriC, :lIlIpaign{ fund cut off at this amounts due for taxes herein set opposite to If you know The Sun you like it already, i When I was breaking him he kicked overtime

juncture. .'Mt.': Randall admitted that the the same, together with costs of sale and advertising and you will read it with accustomed dili- : ; t cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
amendment \as to of order : gence and profit during:: wlat'is'' sure to be t.r hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
open a point 3 3 3 !
the most. interesting year in its history. If ? farriers but they all said he was spoiled.
hut cxprfisecj his ;:regret that it was made, :; do not yet know The Sun it is high
I \ you He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
ailling that the judgment of the people was OWNER LOT \ g AMO time you get in the sunshine. I, used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin

., that political assessments. had been carried i ;; I Cure and it took the bunch entirely oil":and .
---. -- '' he afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
toan extravagant extent. Bradley. .,..,eon............. -I........... 77j. 4: 01 I used it for hone spavins and winti-galls, andit
Mr. l Springer, of Illinois, received many Capu Miss Gert. ((0. "1') .. 3........... 21 8J TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.The has always cured completely and left the
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warm congratulations) his renomina- smooth.It .
( upon .. .. .. \ several editions of The Sun sent leg
... (fl.............2 1 91Deneliel are
is medicine for rheumatism.
ton i for Congress; for the sixth term. TheIPl'fpl' 1, Sam....... ......j6......... .140j: 11 75 by mail, postpaid, as follows : I have a recommended splendid it to and
I DAILY 50 month G with a good many
:atioll in which he is held by his con- G. (For cents a $ a year; .r
Islamll I they all say it does the work. I was in Wither -
-utuoulb Ken's: to be shared generally by City t Lodge).........:.......I.:!........... :!.), 7 2D Sunday edition $7.SUNDAYEight This edition fur- ,. ':', -. !ngton dKneeland'sdrugstore.in Adams,

lib party lids I efforts in behalf of ,Demo- F. T. & P. n. R. 2,60ti( ( ft.: I nishes the current pages.news of the world special r the other day and saw a very fine pictureyou
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traticpri main tracks road-bt'Lj articles of interest to sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
ciId shaveluateriallycontributedt : exceptional everybody '
F. 1' & 1'.11. R. 7.293 ft.
not they said if I would write to that
; you
and reviews of books of
t t" their literary new
aJvjmmnent to the success of sidetrack and roadbed 30 D1
would send me one. I wish would
you you:
:'inparty., As Mr. Springer's committee Hughes, Frank.............I 14......... 33 3 88 the highest merit. $1 a year. and I will do you all the good I can.
pruMxN Robinson. II F'...............!X 6..152:! 7 4J! WEEKLY-$1 a year. Eight pages of the Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.
, with its inquiry into the star route Itoux, G. S. {(1876).12..9; ) 4 21J best matter of the daily issues; an Agricul-

u1is-trial), starting disclosures continue to .. .. (1882))..........II2......... I 3 98 tural Department of unequaled value, spe- l ", '.' IfI -

1 made anujig the thieves, if anything U .. (ISS1)! ).......... 12......... 91 10 93 cial market reports, and literary scientificand Kendall's Cure.

1',rttct-ruing tlnim can longer be called start- .. h ((18tn)...........2.3......... WI 2150 domestic intelligence make WeeklySun Spavin
.. ((1881))........:. 18......... G, 2150 the newspaper for the farmer's house-
''It||;;. Mr. lJHs appeared before the comI'ttce (1853)..........,1'1, 7 93 hold. To clubs of ten with $10 an extra I ON HUMAN FL.E8II.VEVAV .

: the other day, and raised a sensation .& ..........1<_).J.- ........,16, 13 n_0 oJ copy free. Address NOYES- JjfD., August 12, 1881.
tliargSn ire Kerr with falsehood, and"mting ..........18......... 6i! 13 73 I. W. ENGLAND. Publisher, AB. Dr. B. J. Kendall k Cu.:
out; ( field of investigation Scott, )1. C.....................1 S 8...... 401 I 4 54 The Sun, New York City. (Successor to W. A. SANBORX), GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-

ajfruitful Williamson. )1. J........... ..............0,' 50 Wholesale and Retail,Dealer in day. Please send me some with my imprint,

The Senatt iascd| the Anti-Polygamy Hill Unknown........ ...........13..1' 1 1 2 30 AN ORDINANCE GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP STORES printed on one side only. The Kendall's
'"is week audj listened to a hot quarrel betWeen .. .................... 25..1, I, v r:: 1" To Provide for Further Protection Against Fire. Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us.

a Western and Southern Senator. ..................... 7............ <_)1.' 2 3"..). CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS HAY, GRAIN, and not only for animals. but for human
...................... -f I j,5;) BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR Corner of Second and Centre Streets near ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
Vnator Ingallj 'sed Senator Brown of .. 8.,1 ,
acc ..................... ,. 4 54 Council of the City of Fernandina : Steamboat Landing leading farmers in our county, sprained an
inserting word in the Congressional Record 1. ......................Ci..,........... 2 30 SECTION 1. That from and after the pas- ankle badly and knowing the value of the
which he daredf i not end had not used in the .. ..................... X 7..... 1-1 1 78 sage of this ordinance every person owninga FERXA....'DINA, FLORIDA. remedy for horses tried it on himself, and it

Senate chamber, and- further referred to the H ............ ........ 1............19 1 58 frame building of any description located Owner and for Schooner Silas C. did far better than he had expected; cured
( t, ..................... 2..........11nl' 2 30 within the corporate limits of the City of Agent for Merchandise in the sprain in very short order.
"ator as a thing that' stabbed in the dark. -& ..................... 14......... 1J!vI 1 58 Fernandina, shall be and is hereby requiredto Evans. Special rates Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.

Senator L'rownlenic; i and resented the aIle- H ..................... 15......... 191, 1 58 provide good and substantial ladders suffi- large quantities.for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- Price $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $5. All

Wtion in an able: mahner. He said that in I' ..................... 16......... 191 158 cient for approaching every part of the roof Agent CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the druggists have it or can get it for yon or it
. \ l Iris encuulnters'! U ..................... 13......... ) 1 58 of said building.SEC. ny's world. will be sent to any address on receipt of
with reaJJbrave best in the
be many men ..................... i-)........... 2.3 I 335:: 2. Said ladders may, at the option of for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL
(, had never teen (accused of cowardice. .4 ..................... 5........... 40 3 98 the owner, be permanently attached to the PLOWS.Agent *
There was nothing ii| the person, character ..................... X 2 57 building or they may be movable ; provided Local for BANK OF JACKSON- Send for Illustrated Circular. 1

"fclantocuOeutsof the Senator from Kansas .. .....................N. 8..4.. 257 that roof ladders shall at all times be upon VILLE. Agent 33 Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.
., i; excite If .....................1V 8... 52 716 the roof ready for use.
| any nwu's japprehcnsion! and the .' (Old'fown)..... 8 165I' : SEC. 3. It shall be the duty of the City
reisiness "tier would jiot'have: ventured to make his (Old ) n.\\11'' 152 :1 Inspector of Chimneys and Flues or such BOOKS AND STATIONERY.

I "''Tensive charge xcept under the protection (Old TOWn\5.) .......... 1 2 S3 other person as the Council may appoint, to I
": the Senate .. (Old ) \ ......... 141 152 make a tour of inspection throughout the I
\\lich :he said was the safest city at least once in every three months, for I IIORACE DREW,
Place in the Wond for the of the of seeing that the foregoing I
parade vituper- purpose [
I C. J. WE3TBERG, MUNN & CO., of the sciENTrcAMZRiCA*, con-
alive:' rhetoric. : City Tax Collector. requirements are complied with and he "Qookscllcr, Stationer, tlnue to act as Solicitors for Patents CivcuU.TradeMarks
I shall promptly report to the Mayor all cases Copyrights for tho United State. Canada.
Curing this week five new government Fernandina Fla., June 10. 1884. Printer and Binder. England, France Germany etc. Hand II<>o'ut
of violation .
this ordinance.SEC. .
d !frauds Patents sent free. Thlrt y-\"pn ars'e.{; .rit>nce.
: came to, light. : Two of the criminals 4. It shall be the duty of the Mayorto Patents obtained thrn '!MUNN A CO.ar'noticedIn
Were SHERIFF'S S.LE.By the SCIENTIFIC AMERICA: the lar est.1 eat and
known ) take cognizance of all of
.. ollidals in the Navy Depart- cases most widely circulated scientific piper. *.L.Uayear.:
'!''ft' Another Vas > VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- this ordinance and any property-owner) School Books and Orange-Wraps Weekly. Splendid engravings and lnto"-stmx Information -
t.\\ LI\cl j in the city post.office, out of the Circuit Court, Fourth or the agent of the owner reported for non- Specimen copy of the cipl"iiifc. .\tner-
the lean sent free. Address MUNN k CO. SCIENTIu1CAMERICAN
fourths\ s Col. Burnside, who only Judicial Circuit in and for the county of compliance herewith shall first he admon- NOW A SPECIALITY. Office.2C1 Broadway New York.

::J- .alit Week was. bailed out of jail, and last Nassau Florida in favor of Sylvania W. ished in writing by the Mayor to comply
-..- ': '"-at was Jones, administratrix of the estate of John with the first and 'second sections of this
- r re-amjbted on a new charge of
.' ( I). Jones., deceased and against William K. ordinance within ten ((10)) days of the date JiJ'" Liberal discounts to Teachers and pATENTS obtained for new inventionsor
preprinting i S 000 worth, of waste paper Soutter, executor of the estate of JamesT. of the Inspector's report of delinquency, j for improvements in old

rag; belonging to the government. The Soutter, deceased, I will offer for sale and and any person failing to comply herewith Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand

\. nub: was the (JMiursing; officer of the State sell in front of the Court-House of said after such admonition shall be arraigned all patent business promptly attended
I t Apartment county, in the city of Fernandina Florida, and, upon conviction, shall be fined not application. to. IXVEXTIOXS THAT HAVE BEEN
Vt1m to J\ll\rt; !' whose: accounts are $12,000 on the first Monday in July, 1SS4, all the less than $2 nor more than $10, togetherwith 59 W. BAY STREET, REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
1 ", rights title and interest of the heirs, legateesor costs which shall be the same as in ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent "
i -- representatives of said James T. Soutter, ordinary cases of arrest. JACKSOXVILLE. FLA- Office, and engaged in PATEXT BUSINESS -

Traveler's: Guide. deceased, in and to the following lands and SEC. 5. This ordinance to take effect thirty EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure patents :','
- : tenements, real estate, situated and being in days after its first publication. -FOR- in less time than those who are remote .;
K. TRVXP1T fhxiXSULAR; RAILROAD.Uidar the county of Nassau State of Florida and SEC. 6. All ordinances or parts of ordi- from Washington.

F 11.Ja.,, l't1S'engcr Iran lcat' $- designated upon the maps or public surveysas nances, conflicting herewith are hereby- -- When Inventors send model or sketch .
all : JCcy ann Wildwood.aud Section ((15)) fifteen, Township ((1)) one. pealed.Adopted. 1! we make search in the Patent Office and

ions at r') t>v lilts on Transit Road....._ G.40 a. m. North, Range 23. East. Purchaser to pay for May 21, 1884. i MACHINFIZYf : advise as to its patentability free of charge,
, near rSavau: Randall} ; points Xorth title. JOHN, A. ELLERMANN, [SEAL.] G. F. AVERY, =!11 Correspondence confidential; fees reasonable !

;ic antIGIt.39 and Wc t.........-: ...................... 0.40 a. to Sheriff Nassau County. President. f r ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT /.
Fur COlln('c'tl1g ati i n.) Fernandina Fla., :May 31, 1884. Attest : EMIL O. FRIEND City Clerk. ALL KIXDS, IS O TAIXED.'Ve .
,rk. Tallalitipelisa'uJiuts .and all Approved )1a.23, 1884. refer by permission to the City Postmaster -

{W on the I Elor' rda Central & IVnrrnuty and Mortgage Deetls. W H. POPE. Mayor. Go to F. Robinson and to the Superintendent of the .

('01111 t'rll lttlrlnitl.......... ...... ... 6'4 a. :u* PAPER-GO CTS. PER DOZEN. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
('C ting 1 ; at lald; ",:n.)j LINEN sent receipt of 2-cent Fine Printing. ington. For special references circular,ser- .
[ upon
Ai ii J'($:tll'rr. Tout Jl Cards. Letter-Heads, Note-Heads, Bill- MAHTTPACTTTm and DEALER, vice, terms, etc., address. '
Front l' ". stamp. AddressFLORIDA C. A. SXOW & CO.,
X of
all v.1Vih f'friru-and MIRROR. Heads, Statements and every description
llU1l1tso11 ;the_Tral 1... 4.3Sp.m. 20 Fernandina, Fla. Printing, neatly executed at this office. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Opp.PatentOfce. Washington.D'r.2t

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h''' j i j': ,-. THE "FLORIDA MIRROR: JUKE 28, 1884.

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f THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Amelln. the soil gave return for the labor and seed- List of Letters THE

Gj x I H Of all the sea islands Amelia may well be onions potatoes, squashes, melons beans, Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina

x :! I. = considered one of the fairest, as it is one of peas strawberries, all yielding abundantly. :Nassau county, Florida, June 28, 1884.

: : ft.Jo A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS the largest. In the good old times" these One of the prettiest things we saw was two Persons calling for these letters must say WONDERFULHOOPER .
.1 advertised:
'o 1:,.-:. ,' I I. -, islands were famous for their rich soil their trees of the Peen-to peach hanging full of Edw Mattox Josephine I
".!: ;.. .'. Reflections salubrious climate, and for the beautiful that beautiful fruit, in the garden of Mr. Clark Mrs Cuzen Peebles, Mrs Victoria

1-,;.,'.. : ::.j awry high tides the past week. scenery which make them attractive homes Hazelton. But there is no use in trying to Cooper, Henry Pearce Alfred

f :r. I for their opulent owners. Since the war, catalogue the many things we may see on a Canty, Wilson Ross, henry
y : S' I Fifty-six passengers went -North by theStatic Carleton, Robt Risley Julia
'I. from the ravages of which they did not escape tour down Amelia Island, especially if Mr. PUMP.
Dana Thos ,
; of Texas Thursday evening. ,
: :' they have fallen into waste places to a Scott shall be along to shothe way. The Folder, MaggieHouston Sykels, FredSimkins

):F ,:' I ; 3 .rs. Dr. Jones and family left on Wednesday large extent only here and there a home finest garden we looked into was Dr. Harri D B ((2)Hardee.MrsObby) Wm J

'*,' .' for Oconomowoc, Wis., their former being left from the hard usage of military son's, but it was also the latest. His corn immons.l'atienceHargrett THE BEST
; Rachel Mrs Dick
t .: rough riding. Such was the fate of Amelia, excelled any that we have seen in the State, Kennedy, B Walker, Geo S 'YELLPUIPI.DE.,

Mrs. George F. Lewis and two children outside the city of Fernandina. And yet and he estimates that it will yield thirty Kingliss P Wilkerson, Prince

'' .- left,Thursday evening on the State of Texas for a distance of 14 miles she embraces a bushels to the acre. His vegetables and Laurance. II S Wood, Grace UNEQUALED .

3 r ; for New York to visit her sister in Yonkers. fertile strip of soil averaging a mile in width, vines were all that an enthusiastic cultivator Long Lotson., Jas Miss Emer Weller White,,Isa J B ella3lattox.

; : Tliere was shipped from this port during which has lain for twenty years inviting could desire. Mr. Scott's garden crops were Adam"oHem., Lizzie FOR SPRINKLING GARDENS

i',.:.at, ," 1; I; UiOmontli of June 2,850,000 feet of lumber. occupation and offering all that man could all gathered in and disposed of exceptingthe Mical, Et1JC'line"oillhuns, Bey
: )Iai ault. Catheren Edwards, Plummer WASHING WINDOWS, CARRIAGE?, ,
Off about 1,000,000 feet was to foreign require in return intelligent, well-directed melons. He was sending off the last of Err
J.i; ; barrens be his Boston Marrows to "The Hub" whilewe Moody, Hannah
; -: ; i ; r ports. work. Even the flat, pine may S. T. RIDDELL, P. M.
: \ converted into pleasant suburban homes, were there.
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j Inhere are several localities in town where A MINIATURE
.. i, I while the better class of lands yield large There are,.at. present several new houses Range of Thermometer
'.1 i Ii the ervices of the night scavenger are reIi -
I \ crops of corn, vegetables and small fruits. going up, to be in readiness for the occu- FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE 27, FIRE
', : : I quired. Block 41 may be instanced as being HORSKY'S DRCG STORE. DEPARTMENTEXAMINE
fall and the entire bluff for
in the
: This is the experience of the few individualswho pants ,
? i quite i offensive.
f i ( have been the pioneers in this industry, nearly a mile and a half is closely occupied .: ':
: t j =, i L'lStIonlay: a laborer working at loading We desire "-: :1'// "-: Wind
I and in view of the great natural advantagesof already. predict, as we sincerely I I. : :w: : SAMPLE
I! i i the schooner Florence Leland at Broome entire and for the t t- L+9 I
the island and of the contemplated improvements success prosperity lively : ::
I j street wharf had his leg broken by a heavy
; little settlement of Amelia. .1 AT
soon to be set going, we knowof Saturday..June 72 I'I' 80 78 S. E.
i piece' of timber him He .22\\
4 1 !! falling upon was no point offering more favorable inducements Sunday ............. 7.1 79 7S 8. E.

i! t from Tallahassee, and not fully accustomed than are to be found just here at this The Baptist Female College. Monday ............23 73 8S I 70 78 S. E. FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.

., to the work. The Rev. Mr. Moody, chairman of the Tuesday; ............24 7 3 80 I 81 80 E.
4 3 : A Wednesday..25 74 84 82 81 IS. E.
;? 1 a attention of the Marshal is called to time.Within committee of the Baptist State Association,
; Tile the last two years quite an impulse Thursday..26 \ 76 SG 82 S. E.

.p f ; the practice of small boys jumping on ands has been given to the settlement at for the selection of the site for a female college Prilay..............27 75 187.. 131. 80 S. E.
I ': off the moving at the foot of Centre will be in our city to-day with the ----- '-- --
I cars Amelia a point about midway down the -_.. ------.- .-- --
V'*': L.:; street. Some day a little chap may be taken i island at Suarez Bluff. At this place is the purpose of looking into the advantagesof MARL E. CIDER !

i: home in box after the wheels have this place as a location for the proposed
1 a car got homestead of Mr. Warren F. Scott, one of

; i; through with him. Nassau county's best known and most I college. Fort of Fernandina. -

We trust that facility will be rendered HIGH WATER.
c :: .On Wednesday morning one of MinusMcCleary's respected citizens. He plotted his own every IlEPIXED
I i him for this purpose. We think that Saturday, June 28...... 0:00: A.M. 0:00: p. :,i,,
; _; horses opened the day's business which extends across the island I
V. 1 property, "
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this location would be an admirable one for Sunday, 29.. 0:28 0:59"
1. .: by running away from the foot of Centre from the river to the ocean, and sold the Monday, 30...... 1:23; 1:5-1" AND
such institution. We have the
a literary
f i .: .. : street.. He did not run very fast but hard, lots to various parties, most of whom were Tuesday, July 1...... 2:1j" 2:47"
advantage ofa healthy point at all seasons 3:39 "
} : Wednesday, 2..... 3:03" CRAB-APPLE
the Better Several how-
; : distributing the cart along way. unfortunately, non-residents. ,
t ,.' of the year, being upon a large island en- Thursday, 3...... 4:01" 4:31"
S t .:.':' ;; anchor. that horse hereafter. ever, made valuable 'improvements, and tirely surrounded with salt water, and free Friday 4...... 4:53": 5:22"

j '1 : :Bernard Scott, brother of Mr. W. F. V. I Ij now have pleasant and inviting homes. from all malarial/ or miasmatic influences, O IOER.-:: :

j; Scott, of this city, was prostrated by the Immediately north of Mr. Scott's plat Dr. ENTERED.
with pleasant drives and excellent shell
June21-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savan-
,. 4 < heat in Jersey City on the 19th inst., and Harrison owned a valuable tract of land BY THE KEG,
walks. nah with to F. W.
; passengers .
ii I ; died in fifteen minutes after reaching the and during the last three years he has sold
: Simmons
$ ..- ; The cost of building here would be comparatively agent.
,1 : i hospital. He had but recently left this to a large number of persons who built and inexpensive, brick, lumber and 21-Brig John Shay Nickerson ; ballastto AT

i ; ; place' for the purpose of making a visit to made considerable improvements, so that Davis Bros.
other building materials being furnished at *'
24-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,54 tCOMFORT
Amelia is a growing' and thrifty community ; FRED W.HOYT&
: England.: now low cost. We need not say that the citizensof tons, New York ; with freight t .
of intelligent and progressive people. Fernandina would welcome the estab- and II." South-
t; ," e have had a great deal of rain during passengers,by
'( i chief drawback hitherto to this settlement ment of such an institution. I wick agent.
.. l' the week, and as far as we can learn the "
2G-3. S. City of Palatka, Vogel Pa-
J rains have been quite extended throughout has been the absence of good roads, TILe Island City.A latka.

; the State. After a long period of comparatively the county road being circuitous,and requiring visit to Fernandina, last week, disclosed 23-S. P. St. Nicholas: Usina, Savan- ,

,j dry weather the earth was in a condition a greater outlay to keep it in good condition a buoyancy among the citizens of that city nah ; with passengers to F. W.

t r' i f to receive and hold a large amount of than the means provided by law will that is worthy of comment. Hon. David Simmons agent. ECONOMY,
? L. Yulee sold his Fernandina and nil other CLEARED.
the citizens of this settle-
meet However,
r' I moisture without
34 1 injury. property belonging to him, on the line of 21-Barkentine Joe Read, Allen Dem-

; 1 t The steamship State of Texas left for New ment have raised by subscription nearly the Transit Road, to a company of Northerncapitalists erara; lumber, by J. C. Read. SAFETY_
to the annual sum furnished 1st 1884. The 21-Schr.Edwin W.Schmidt. Cranmer,
'- i York on Thursday evening with the following $100 supplement on May company
; : under the law, which they purpose to applyin purchasing will sell these lands (Mr. Yulee Philadelphia ; lumber, by C. H.
cargo: 1.009 packages vegetables, 734 held them and would not sell), and not only Iluot.
the south end of the road. If
( t barrels rosin, 51 barrels spirits turpentine, shelling will Fernandina! move forward with rapid 22-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- USE THE CELEBRATED

< : 72 barrels cotton seed oil, 336 cases cedar, the citizens of the city would give sufficient strides in the line of progress, but Cedar nah ; with passengers, by F.W..
f additional aid to shell the entire road it Key and other places surrounded by the Simmons agent.
131 sacks sawdust, 8,100 watermelons, 20,000 would give one of the pleasantest drives in purchase. There exists no reason why Fer- 23-Schr. Fred W.Chase, Nason, Phila- MONITOR 3iiE STOVE.

4 feet lumber, packages merchandise. nandina should not become one of the lead- delphia ; lumber by J. C. Read,
I the county. Starting from the city and ing cities of Florida.! Her fine harbor, sus old iron by F. R. &; N. Co.
f There seems to be a special Providence going down on the beach, it would give a ceptible of quick improvement, makes her 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina. Savan- FOR SALE ONLY BY

rat ;f t attending the pathway of the small boys. pleasant variety to drive back through the a desirable location as a business point. The nah ; with passengers by F. W.

:;;: They fall into the river, get run over in the There steady, refreshing, invigorating sea-breeze Simmons, agent.
solid shell road. are
,. t : t t street, jump on and climb about moving country on a places her in an enviable position as a point 26-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Fred W. Hoyt & Co.wL .
.t t now two roads across the island-one cut for health. The beauty, unsurpassed by Charleston.
.l*j i iI ,i :if trains and yet they live to grow into men. across by Mr. Scott on his tract, which he any in the United States,of her twenty-mile 26-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542

I .: I f. On Wednesday one of Minus McClearysr and another near the stretch of beach turns the scales in her favoras tons, New York : freight and I
{ ?\ t shelling, -
1 | H, : ; youngsters fell into the river at the steamship purposes a summer resort. The Strathmore, on the passengers, to R. W.South wick, IE1.Watch_ ANSLEY,

!r"I, P, .1 l 1:I'' dock, but was fished out all right but residence through a of dense Dr. hammock Harrison,, and which requiresno runs getic beach and, has courteous been leased of all by gentlemen that most, ener-Capt. agent.IN PORT. Repairer and Jeweller,

f .I.:, wet. work other than the cutting away of a F. B. Papy who will put the famous old Brig John Shay, Nickerson.

t e :; : ,: The Convocation of the Eastern District few bushes and overhanging branches to Strathmore upon the most pleasurable and Schr. Lavina A. "Warren Johnson.
: comfortable basis. Fernandina will boom Schr. Jas. W. Woodhouse, Herrick.
I ? ;; of Florida. of the Episcopal Church, was in afford a beautiful avenue from the river to from henceforth with a strength that we Schr. Florence Leland, Adams. WA"

f j session at St. Peter's church in this city on the beach. With the county road shelledwe predict will surprise and fill her sister cities Schr. Isaac L. Clark, Cranmer.
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;. i i Wednesday and Thursday. The object of would have a drive of 14 miles that with a pleasurable envy. Success to the -

j i the convocation is for conference clergy would be delightful to the senses and at the Island C ty1ay! she grow until her length Private Hoard. .. .0
and breadth may only be confined by the A gentleman and wife wishing board in a .
E ; t and laity for the extension and organization to humble --- -
i< "j" same time comparatively easy our margins of Amelia. private family can be accommodated with

;; I of missionary operations in this portion of friends the horses. The horses, we are cer- The Mansion House we found faithfully comfortable home surroundings; terms mod

} .\\1f the State. The Rev. 0. P. Thackara is the tain, will give their voices in favor of shell sustaining its reputation as a truly desirable erate. For! particulars, apply at this office. .

: :i dean officer. hotel. The comfort of guests i3 the chief Fernandina, June 5,1884.To South side Centre St. the Depot. J
: or presiding Interesting services ing-let man do so also. consideration of its owners, and the courteous near

x 't'fi>: : with addresses, were held on Wednesday A census of Amelia settlement, includingDr. and attentive young Georgia clerk causes Kent. FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR S.LExn
\ and Thursday evenings. one to feel at once at home. We suggest the
t of The two-story frame residence on Centre
; Harrison's
I'I family, gives a population Mansion to all who visit Fernandina.. MADE TO ORDER.
Died in this city, June 22d Dr. E. LeRoy street, north side, corner of Eighth street;
I 56 persons. The centre of this little colonyis While en route to this beautiful little city conveniently located. Terms liberal. 333*All Work Warranted.

.. Jones, aged 42 years. the residence of Mr. Scott, to whose enter- I by the sea we captured the sterling, staid Also,that comfortable one-story dwellingon -
.2r Dr.Jones came here from Wisconsin about prise is to be credited what has already been practical business manager and editor of the Ninth street, near Centre, six rooms and A'OTICE.

tp !' r I a year ago and commenced practive as a accomplished. These people represent lively Jacksonville Daily Herald, who with pantry, for $10 per month. Apply to OF FLORIDA, NASSAV COUN-
r' every his usual business desired
I the first of that school proclivity, to return II. E. DOTTERER. STATE J. A. Edwards Clerk of the Circuit
4 i homoeopathist, being ,
t R 1 : section of the Union ; all are intelligent and after he had closed his business ; but certify
I Court in and for Nassau hereby
rtr l who had in this He county
practiced city. was ant
: we held him by the collar, and calling of
industrious ; all are making solid improvements upon Wood, Wood.Having that Warren F. Scott. Collector
'3a' K worker in all he undertook and his brother Berg the determinedand
earnest paratus,
semper count. I ha3
: and making rapid in clear- Revenue in and for Nassau
"I i progress established WoodYardnear ,
; and nature him I energetic publisher of the Mirror, soon recently a for the
, ; ; i kind sympathetic won this made final settlement
: i ing and planting their grounds. There are had him flying in our company, behind one Duryee's mill, provided with all the day a the
I ; !many friends among )his patients. His loss machinery fur and county taxes of Nassau county for year
i 'i several young orange groves, some of them of Rawson's lively teams to the Strathmore.We necessary sawing splitting J. A. ED\\'.\lm:;,
; !, i.f. :;will be greatly felt, especially among those beginning to bear fruit. The trees generallylook beached him, and cooled his business FIRE-WOOD! Clerk Circuit Court Nassau County
+ .' ,1 'i ;with whom he came in contact profession- ardor by chucking him in the midst of the I am now to furnish Oak Wood
sound and healthy and are free from I that the prepared Fernandina, June. 11, 1884. ____-
i < f". ;; i:ally. He leaves a widow and four children, I sea-waves were lashing sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fire-
of the insect enemies shore. the Herald
sign numerous May ever mount the
any $al ItE 'O.l\ltD.
; I J place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .
.g 1 !;the oldest being a son about 17 years of age. which have been so troublesome throughout I waves of life, as they dash upon it, as successfully -I I A. ELI.ERMANN. ABOVE REWARD WILL BE

I I ; II : \; They returned to Wisconsin on Wednesday, the State. At Dr. Harrison's place are as its representative crested themon THE to any one giving informuti'!

i* -. I; g J "::i .,j bearing with them the kind sympathy the oldest trees on the island. Oranges from The that Mirror occasion is one is our of wish.the neatest most Valuable Orange Lands for Sale with proof to convict the party or parts* 1I 1

:I :'Y41 : : : : those who knew them. solid and Tracts containing twenty acres each of who on 3londay'night maliciously destroJtlthe I
1' I : I these trees were exhibited at the State Faira practical papers of the Florida from the ne\f
.} journals, and its able helmsman Fairbanks choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake conductor pipe leading t
1 tl I f I 1 Republican Convention. few years ago, and he took the first premium ,Major Howell building to the cistern in the rear.
r : whom we had the pleasure of meeting suitable for orange growing and truck farm- root t
; for the best half bushel of oranges at in'his confidence ing are offered for sale. These landsare and who punctured holes in the tin
1. II i The Times-Union contains the call for the sanctum, has: the and now by )lt j
fI '1 : : Republican Convention of the Second Congressional that fair. The only hind nce to successful esteem of every Floridian We were happy very conveniently situated for transpor- The above reward will either undersigned.WM. be paid. J
W. Howell the
or by :
'I to meet friend Burnside again on the Mirror tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on .
the island above
1 h i I, I :{ : District, to be held in this city on orange growing on other terms to suit Titles P. STREETS J
l y J force, and it was with regret that we bade purchasers. : are unques-
d f', ;( i : the 9th of July. portions of the State is the heavy winds, and, these pleasant gentlemen "good-bye." tionable. Also valuable'timber lands in Fernandina, Fla., June 19, IS84.CRAZYPATCHWORK. I 1u

Its: !. : j [ ; We do not see much necessity for holding we think also, the salt spray. A belt of We dropped in upon the Mallory line, the large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS 3

I'; :i. ; such a convention, as1 r. Bisbee has the trees around the grove would be a partialif : Florida Steamship Line, and found its genial February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. JJ
i agent Capt. R. W. Southwick, brimful
not from this evil.
a complete protection
S ', ; : ; matter already arranged, we presume, for I of business, seasoned with the usual quotaof Special Cash Sales VIXG A LARGE ASSORTMENTOFremants 11

t J ; his renomination. He is the boss of the Mr. Scott has planted such a screen aroundhis pleasantry and good humor. We were is :and; pieces of handomcbur h

i V rh .1:.1I r r .. :i :, situation. The convention will be composed trees, which will in a few years afford a warmly I welcomed to his office with that BLEACHED AND BROWN DOMESTICS, caded silks satins and velvets, we and are P tar.- 7
I them in assorted bundles
courteous that characterizes him. The ting
"i of grace np
good degree protection.
: -: i and certainly controlled b officeholders CUib- I;
I ; ; )
ON then
f. merchants of Florida should remember this nishing far"Crazy
+i I i : !! ;: and the delegations fixed for nom- II Quite a number of the settlers are' plant- line as being the FLORIDA LINE and encourage -- Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only ions Mats, Tidies, etc., etc. I'tcheo. lot n

c .; Ii ; inating. Mr. Bisbee carries the Republicans ing grape vines. This ,must be to a large the ,enterprise by giving them freights AT % I-Is a handsome bundle of eXlUI ditf' tl

I !. ; extent a step in the.dark, so far as most of from New York. silks, satins::! and brocaded velvet (all
) party in this district, it is said, i in his pocket. 28 MODE BRO'S. superb F-' S.
Paying the Florida Railway &; Navigation ent). Just the thing for the most
1T 1- the cultivated in the
: grapes Northern and for J)
l T 1 11 : Company's office a visit, we found that the Summer Silks terns of fancy work. Sent post-paid ir
f : New Depot Butidiug.j4 Western States is concerned. Still it will 1-cent stampPackage ---
dinner hour had slipped cents in postal note or II
I < upon us; so we
:J-'. i- :l'I j ; The Florida Railway fc Navigation Com- have to be done, and we are glad to see the did not realize the pleasure we anticipatedin 40 cents a yard at ; ; Xo. 2-Containing three Yst-3111 tamp TJit
J. & T. KYDD.s.L .
I i : pany has been taking measurements cite movement begin. Mr. Scott, Mr. Swann clasping the friendly hands Manager ; as much as Package No. 1. Sent } : -

; i 1. ground at the foot of Centre street with a and others have a few vines of the Herbe- D.Maxwell and General Passenger AgentA. I UCY COTTAGE for $1.00. These are all of the at any rend'otJ'er In;
O. MacDonell ; hope deferred. \Ve were quality, and cannot be equaled:
14 "i 1 view to the erection of a depot building. mont now growing thriftily, and next year warmly received, however, by Mr. F. W. silk works in the United States at three t&/Ilts Una/ de

L : The plan: contemplates an extensive depot will be apt to give results. Of the Southern Simmons, of the company. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, our prices. They will please any lady.L-1DIFa frc

ti' : with several tracks ticket office Our visit to Fernandina will long be cher order always brings a dozen more. : I:-u%
; ;: baggageroom grapes, the question of success has long been ished.-Lake FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.. MANUAL OF FANCY WORK with: 4 De
City Reporter.For
r' : :: '"il' : and waiting rooms for passengers on favorably settled, and the Scuppernong, the illustrations and full instructions f'-Ir artifancy :i cai

,. --t. : the ground floor, while above will be the Thomas and the Flowers are to be found ----Rent.A ---. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor work handsomely bound, pOt'Pa for

offices of the several business: departments everywhere.The without board. Table Boarders will be 50 cents. Ordernour. Address
1 i:,:, I ; store and dwelling on Centre street. accommodated ; also transient. THE ROCHESTER SILK CO- OCI
u. g rf i I of the corporation. gardens all showed how generously tf Apply to J. A. ELLERMANN. 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.\ I(I Rochester>."y