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: July 12, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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!' Maine-Cleveland, 12. THE' pk.tCH. ,at every station between Macon and Atlanta TIlE DINGLEY SHIPPING BILL.

Jaryland-Bayard, 10; Cleveland, Rev.J. P. DePass, who has devoted a large and found none its equal in any respect.
Dingley shipping bill which has
T ANA AR BEARER The:Peen-to, on account of its being: so
ijR 6. share of his time for the last twenty years'to. early, is the most popular peach, but my passed both houses of Congress, removes

Massachusetts-Bayard, 23; Cleve- the cultivation. of the peach in Florida,gave opinion is that the Honeyr grown for mar- many of the vexatious charges to which

land, 3j; Thurman, 2.JlichiganCleveland.- his ideas as to the proper system to pursuein ket, is destined to be the most profitable of American shipping has long been subjected.
varieties. I
our have two other varieties of
14. a well-written essay read before the Fruit early peaches ripening from middle of Juneto There is no doubt but that it will promptly I

.Mmnesota-rCleveland, 14. Growers Association, from which we make middle of July. These have styled the receive the President's signature and if the

.i1issour'i-Cleveland, 15. the following extracts: Wit lacoochee, Cling and Clear. They are relief given by the bill is not all that the

..l\"ebraSka-Cleveland, 8. 'Upon the very best authority. I am able medium size fine flavor, creamy color I shipping interest requires-for it neither
tinted side. For later
GL'YELAD to suite that there:are orchards in the State on sunny
Nevada Thurman, 6. that. have borne successive with' varieties, the Florida Native can be relied : opens the navigation laws nor permits the

J New Hampshire-Cleveland, 8. i scarcely an exception for, twen ty-five crops,years, on. and on these we 'can have fruit of the purchase of ships in the cheapest marketsit -

New Jersey-Bayard, 3, Cleveland, i and only ceased to bear, not from".age, but best?October.size and quality until the middle of nevertheless gets rid of a number of petty -

4; Randall, 11. from trees. a Besides violent I storm have,Bearing that destroyed on own the From experiments made last year, I find exactions and burdens against which ship-

New York-Cleveland, 72. place several ;varieties-' hich. during my the the best time to, gather the Peen To for owners have been remonstrating for,years t

'I'j North, Carolina: -Bayard,22. past four :years have ijever failed to fruit. market taken is from four or the five tree,days when before the it ripens.If fruit is. such, for example, as the provision that any

"Tidal Wave Gov- Ohio iThurman And I can state upon the authority reliable seaman, discharged in a foreign could
New York's. 24; Hoadley 21 ; gentlemen, that/UTe'lsSfcie" is true': in 'firm;.but of a creamy color, and well wrapedin port
r" "i Cleveland of the tickness of exact three months' extra Under
1. paper say common wages.
their this in almostif
regard to trees; ana too.
ernor, for President. Oregon-Bayard,4; Cleveland, 20, not in every variety of soil to be found in newspaper, it will bear shipping to any the law just passed this sum is: reduced to
Northern Western and will for
city keep
the State. Hence, therefore, from experience one month's which to be
'" Pennsylvania Randall 55 Cleve- wages are only
: ; fifteen days. The Honey if treated the
and and
+ ; land, 5.Rhode. before observation and after the upon war,good attestingthe authority same way, will reach market in, excellent paid if the seaman has been injured on the

:, : Island Bayard, 2; Cleve- fact, I conclude that-under proper cultivation condition. voyage or grievously treated. Vacancies
be As!:i to the best method of propagating:: the the officers below the rank
land 6.South the peach can' successfully grownin among of captain
peach : There are several by budding,
M S ilL HENDRlGKS Florida. ways; may be filled at foreign with aliens instead
IH ports -
and from the The
f Carolina-Bayard, 1 ; Cleve- As to the soil adapted to the peach, f am grafting seed. surest
land, 8. not prepared to say that the peach will do way, and I think the best is by budding.The of Americans, as formerly required.

;1 well in any and in all sections of the State.I idea that the tree grown from the seedis The amount paid for transporting seamen is
; Tennessee Thurman 9 Tilden 1
the .
; longest to live needs demonstration.The
however that I havenot increased
to in the of
am prepared say, case long voyages. The
:, : McDonald, 3;, Bayard, 8; Cleveland, perceived thus far any perceptible differ- true cause of short life is doubt'.essfound consular fees abolished
in the care taken of the tree. To are entirely as an
2. ence of clay subsoil with light, sandy loam,
grow from seed is uncertain, since it is ex- exaction upon the vessels, and are hence-
Of Indiana the ,Choice for Vice- Vermont-Cleveland 8. over sandy soil, where clay was not at all or
difficult the seed
to to
very deep. Nor have, I found the peach tremely get sprout forth to be paid from the public treasury.
Virginia-Cleveland 13 Bayard and then you are not sure of the variety. I
: President. ; bearing more largely] on high rolling lands The tonnage dues are modified and the
7 Thurman 1 McDonald 1. than on those which were low and flat, but have adopted budding entirely, and prefer
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;1 the dormant bud, since it makes the most hospital tax abolished. Limited liability is
Wisconsin=BaY ard' 1 Carslile 1 not subject to overflow in very wet seasons.
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The truth seems to ,be that the peach, like rapid growth.As provided for, and fees for reshipping seamen
McDonald 2 Thurman 2 Flower the market value of the
: ; ; the orange, is not confined to either sectionof to peach : are done away with. Inspection fees for
'\ 4 Cleveland 12. soil but if. cared do Any variety of peach finds a ready sale in
; properly for, will '
steam vessels reduced from
$25 for
markets are to $10
at The Peen-To
our good prices. ,
IM With Enthusiasm Ohio her vote from wellwherever; plat tatl
Chicago changed however the the first
As to cultivation':'.Jn: regard to this point, brings very highest prices.Its hundred tons, and after April 1
Hoadley to Cleveland. Total- it is well to bear in*"urnd"first, the subjectof extreme earliness and its scarcity besides next no American vessel is to be compelledto

Cleveland, 392, Bayard, 170, Thur- fertilizers. ,To do.well the peach must be sale.its unique Those appearance finds for the it last a ready carry the mails though no additional

'man, 89, Randall, 80, McDonald 56, fed and that is liberally, anywhere in the were sent by shipped express :North by me, taking eleven year compensation is provided for such as voluntarily -
State if fruit desired. A tree
Carslile 27 Flowers 4 Tilden 1. may grow days to reach market. They were shippedto take them. All these
AND SALVOES OF luxuriantly and bear but litle fruit for the were grievancesof
BONFIRES houses that and
did handle fruit
reason that it has not fruit-producing food.I not long standing, and though some of them
r while the still
the of the conclude, therefore,that stable and hen- prices were remunerative still remain in modified form the
ARTILLERY IN JACKSONVILLE Upon reassembling house manure constirute the best fer- they were not as good as those more fortu- a changes:

convention yesterday, the roll of tilizers; also, potash is good, either very pure or nate. Mr.'J. J. Barr.. of Micanopy, from a made in the old law are all for the, better.

( : in the shape of oak,or pine wood ashes. A single tree shipped twenty one-third bushel There was a strenuous effort to incorporatein
States was called for a second ballot, crates and says he could 'have shipped ten
nurseryman of Georgia(Mr. Hepe of Hepes- the bill a grant of large subsidies to
which resulted follows ville) recently stated,.to me that in the last more, which he sold at from $4 to $15 per
as : crate $G :Mr. Ed Brownof American vessels carrying themails.Itis
-t Fruit Growers' .Association the State it averaging per crate.
SECOND BALLOT. was stated that German kainit was being my section shipped about 800 the equi- to the credit of both houses that the propo-

largely and successfully used in his State valent of six one-third bushels and from a sition was defeated. As "a bill to revive,
A National Salute in "The Newport CLEVELAND ..............:....... 683 and that if'placedI1ear'"tJie body of the tree tree that had been budded the previous
June two American shipping" it does not go far

oi the South." McDonald........................... 2Thurma. in quantity as much'as a quart it would not years. enough, but it is, nevertheless a good step
only act as a fertilizer, but also as a preventive .".... .. '
"'I '............................. 4 of borers. I have used successfully a Tire Burning of the. Ellavllle Mills. toward a more liberal and a juster treatmentof

i Hendricks........................... 45 J compost of German,kainit stable manure About 11-30 o'clock I ,Monday night, the our commercial marine. In this respect

,-,.,-_ I .'' Bayard...............;............."; 81, and compostris acid phosphate.from the/l'of.Deccmber,lie best time to to apply the large saw and, plaining mills of L. Bucki & and to this extent it will be welcomed by
; American
The proceedings of the National ; 1st of March and on late bearing varieties; Son (formerly Drew & Bucki)', at Ellaville, ship-owners. The abolition} of

Randall.............................f 1 again about the 1st of June. were discovered to be on fire in the engine consular fees is especially gratifying, as it

Democratic Convention have been Before the,result was announced, As to working the orchard: It is necessaryto room. The flames spread rapidly and soon removes a. multitude of exactions and annoyances -
work the orchard. One cause of failureis
watched with' the greatest interest, the nomination of GROVER CLEVE- the too prevalent idea that a peach tree the saw-mill was enveloped. -The fire was to which ship-masters have been

does not need either the plow or the hoe communicated to the lumber piled up subjected in foreign ports. The consuls are

not alone by the Democrats, but also LAND was made unanimous. The while experience demonstrates that both are around the mill and thence to the planingmill now to be paid out of the United States

convention went wild with enthusiasm. needed. Let the ground be broken up earlyin treasury. The difficulty of bill
by their :i>pponents; for the latter January or February, and not later than which stood near the main line of the any

., Numerous'congratulatory March ploughing as near the tree as the Florida Central & Western road. From that would restore American shipping to the

counted vrith much confidence on telegrams were received by the horse can get without barking it. After this this the railroad track and water tank position it once held on the high seas grows

the hoe can keep the weeds and grass down out of the fact that there can be no
proverbial} ) blunders of the chairman of the convention from the remainder of the year. caught fire. The mills and water tank were perma-
reduced to ashes but the track and nent revival of our commerce until the tariffis
: Pruning should be carefully looked after. soon ,
Democrats in their selection of Hoadly and others. The conventionthen
v Carefully cut off all water sprouts and deador lumber continued to burn up to 12 o'clock so modified as to enable American manu-

of candid tes. Happily, the ticket adjourned until evening. diseased wood and shoots from the ground.Cut last night, the track being comparatively factures to compete with foreign products in
back the late fall growth. Do not give the markets of the world. If that were once
for distance of almost
presented) \. >y the Democracy is such EVENING SESSION. the tree too long a body. This not only destroyed a one-
done American and
At the evening session THOMASA. gives the tree a compact form, but preventsit quarter of a mile, so that trains could not workingmen: operati"cswould
as will commend itself to all pat- from breaking down with fruit protectingit pass over. have steady employment at fair

HENDRICKS, of Indiana, was from storms and renders the gathering of We have been unable to learn the originof wages and the general trade of the country
riotic for
men as a sure guarantee
fruit much easier and with less injury to
nominated almost unanimouslyupon would be :no longer subject to of
loss sustained
the tree. Should the)tree take on too largea the fire, the by Messrs.
reform, honesty f and economy in the the first ballot for Vice-Presi- crop of fruit thin off.: It will insure larger Bucki & Son or the exact amount of insurance activity, with long intervals depression.

fruit and nicer, and there will be no loss as it is said that the propertywas Baltimore Sun.
administration of the affairs of the dent, and again a scene of the wild- to quantity. I though

government.The est enthusiasm prevailed. When As to varieties, one thing is certain that fully covered.
From all accounts, the losses by the fire TIlE greatest of all Florida productions is
Florida will only grow certain varieties of
daily proceedings of the Chicago quiet was restored, the convention the peach. One need never expect to adaptto will fall heaviest upon the many employs her world-famous oranges, the growth of

adjourned sine die. this climate the fancy varieties of more of the mill, who will be thrown out of work,
Convention. : have been given in northerly States. Nor can the seed of native which has become one of the staple pro-
The the railroad in the of freights,
delegation true to the company way
varieties-be relied when have borne .
on they
ducts of the United States, and one now increasing -
detail by the, daily press. On Thurs- instructions from the State Conven- fruit in close roximity to those trees which and on this city. This mill has for years

have been grown from nurseries out of the shipped very nearly, if not quite, as much in geometrical ratio. The State of
day the ; Committee' on Platform tion voted solid for Cleveland.
State after they have bloomed. It is betterto lumber from Jacksonville as all other mills Florida is capable of supplying the whole-

which had after a laborious task Hon. Samuel Pasco was made a cut away and burn all such trees. To buy combined thus giving employment to a .
them in order to try them is to throw money, country with this delicious fruit, the de-

completed, a platform which is member of the National Executive land and time away. The experiment has large number men here in loading vessels. mand for which is far in excess of the sup-

t Committee.HOW been tried by hundreds, and thousands of They also furnished freights to.a great many ply, and constantly increasing, and in,
thought broad and dollars have been spent in this way uselesslyand
enough strong vessels that would .otherwise have had to
injuriously. The only way to introduce which it already does a very large business.It .

enough for all to stand upon, rePorted THE NOMINATIONS ARE RECEIVED the native varieties again, when they seek cargoes elsewhere, which loss will be has been urged that the profits of or-

, .' have died out, is either to get' budded treesor ,seriously felt. ange growing would directly attract so-

and it was adopted. The The nominations are received ported seed varieties from those have sections not been where introduced.the im- Trains the Florida Central & Western many to the business as to overstock the-

document is too lengthy to admitof with the,utmost satisfaction all over There are some sections in the State where being unable to pass Ellavilleye sterday on market and break it down, but a little reflection --

annually the people have fruit of the best account of the fire, the passengers were will dissipate such fears. Apples,

its publication in the columns of the country. As far as heard from, quality, and in quantities sufficient to meet transferred, those bound for this city arriv sell as readily now, and at as good prices..

the only dissatisfied with the demands of home consumption.The about 9:30 last ,From those
The night.
Mirror this week. persons ing as they did forty years ago, yet there are
Peen-To is knowntp
the result of the convention the earliest variety conversed with the reporter was unable to
millions of suitable to
are acres growing apples
our and is annual bearer. It
The first ballot for the different country, an ,
John Kelly and Ben Butler.In bears heavier however, every other year. It gather any further information than is where there are hundreds suitable to grow-

nominees was reached at midnight is a flat peach, is shaped like an old-fash given above, as they only remained there a ing oranges, and there are millions of apples ,
Jacksonville last night crowds ioned biscuit of color, beautifully
a creamy short,ti me.
the market where there used to be .
Thursday and resulted follows tinted on the side. Its flavor is deli- on one.
as : the streets. Three sunny
were huge The wires burned but
upon cious, and may be very properly styled a telegraph If the apple market cannot be so overstocked

FIRST BALLOT.AlabantaBayard,14 bonfires illuminated Bay street, and dainty. It is specially fond of a warm cli- these were soon repaired, and a large force as to break it down, much less can the

the fired salute. mate, and when the winters are warm, of men sent to the scene of 'conflagration market for oranges. The consumption or
artillery a
; Cleveland ripens its fruit as early as the 20th of April-
with iron and ties to replace the track as
4 DcDonald about the first week in It is the orange within the United States put .
; 1 Thurman 1. Sanford fired last night a saluteof usually May.
; work
the heat will them to ,
Arkansas-Cleveland '' ,my opinion that it will ripen its fruit anywhere soon as permit down at 600,000,000 per annum. A little

14. 100 guns. .on the peninsula of the State, and Passengers will experience but little delay- above 50,000,000 of that supply is furnishedat
California-Thurman, 16. does not seem to have any special preference be transferred but freights will '
as they can ,
( THE NEWS AT HOME. home ; the remainder, as shown in the-
for soil another.
I CWoradof-McDonald, 5': Thur-, one over be greatly delayed. At 12 o'clock last night custom house is made from receipt
The news of the nominations up
\ was
man, 1. The Honey, or Sugar is also an early
peach ripening from the last of May to the there were four trains there waiting to pass. from abroad. Florida furnishes about one-
ceived here about four o'clock
eveland,12. yes- middle of June. This is the queen of peachesas The mill was operated by Messrs. Drew & twelfth of the supply, while foreign sources

Ddawarc'Ba yard, 6. terday evening, and the utmost sat- to sweetness. Its color,is deep red, assume Bucki and :was said to be the ''largest in furnish the other eleven-twelfths. The
Floricla-t' ing it as soon as the bloom is cast and hold- '
"eland 8. Several
Middle Florida.
\ isfaction the East or years ago
was expressed upon ing it until it ripens. When fully ripe the ease with which it can effectually occupy
Geor =
10 9 tV -Bayard, 12; Cleveland, streets. At night a national salute addition of sugar with cream is unnecessary, Governor Drew sold his interest to Mr. the market when its supply is sufficiently

; Rand ail, 2. so sweet is the peach. Its shape is peculiar, Bucki and came to this city ,to live and enlarged is: shown in the fact that the
Iadianct--.1' .McDonald 30. was fired on Centre street dock by a being oblong with a small tit at the end since that time the mills have been operatedby fruit is frequently sold in the marketas
number of citizens the Nassau curling at the point. The fruit comes on the the latter gentleman and his son.-Times-
Iowa-Bavard, 1.; McDonald, 1.; tree much like the. plum and is small Union. Florida" fruit to procure for it a more,
Thurinan' very I _____ ___________
'. 1; ;;Cleveland 23. Light Artillery having kindly given unless care is taken to thrust off a surplus ready sale. Florida oranges are of a better
hales as-;;.Thurman 2 5 quantity. The tree is an unusually prolific The same gang of office-holders which and rich flavor and the foreign
Cleveland ; Bayard, ; the use of one of their guns. bearer, and brings crop of fruit annually.It has characterized the Republican District quality ,

':,],1. The National and State Demo- is a free-stone and will compete with any Conventions for more than ten years past article finds a market only because the home

Bent ucl.!)--Carslile '.>.6. variety north<< of us, either in color, size or was in attendance again at the conventionin supply fails to meet the demand. And this

houitc ian' +t- Bayard 1 Hoadley. cratic tickets will receive the hearty flavor as to the early varieties. I visited this city Wednesday. In fact, outside of demand is increasing almost as rapidly as-
1 Federal office-holders there were few white
last when her earliest varietieswere
,t ; claha 13. of THE FLORIDA-MIRROR. Georgia year trees in Florida multiplyingit.
i support being shipped North. I bought peaches Republicans in attendance. o orange are -




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i' r !' : II i: ; FismxG. \ This seemed to 'me very probable, rounding the islands, which equal in merizecj: H Then :came a : check; 'so no noise'would wake him, and filling
''V I I H and I felt that' if I could find the number the days of the year. One decidednever "a statement, that he would a glass with cognac I drank it. N ete r
Maylw) this is fun in the ,
t v : I 1, ; With a book and sitting parasol, as sun my angel. :locket in his possession.1 should con- day in the boat-there happened that be mesmerized, that I dare not, was nectar .so: sweet. The blood
. I j i! wishes, "., .'Viet the man. :Mons. Goudin offered which 'ended our sails.: I sitting therea say more. rushed through my vein, and, I
While. he dips his line in the ocean bruiej! so J large a reward that at last I agreed few feet from a desperate man oftentimes That night, sorely troubled by the ceased to tremble. I drew his pistols;
i Under the delusion that his bait will
II \ catch the I fishes. to aidhim. I soon arrived in Auray, my strength. with but an inch I, apparent failure of my scheme, Itossea from his pocket, took out the cart-
; ;: j."Tis romantic yes! but I'mu t confess arid took a room at the very comfor- of wood between,me and death, brood- about on' my bed in hopeless ridges'emptied the powder, put them
: 't f i., t Thoughts of shady rooms at home some- table Hotel du Pavilion. The day ing over my mission, was seized by a despair for hours, till at last exhaustedI i back, and then replaced the pistols.
,r l hut how seem more inviting." after my arrival I called on :Mons. mad desire to tell him that 'I knew fell asleep and dreamed. In my I.ran over to Mons. Poncard's, andsaying
l 1.!., ,1 I love dare,"not move. Quiet, there, my Poncard, a notary; he was to intro- his secret and was come to drag him r dream I found myself gazing at the never a word, for I seemed to
: ; Save my angler, "for I think a monstrous duce me toMons.,: Le Theuff. I found to death. So powerful grew this mad- 'murderer, and gradually losing my have lost my tongue, I beckoned to
'r ; fish is biting." him a clever, handsome'man and very ness that the terrible effort I made to senses before the power of his eyes; him and he followed. Up stairs we
"I I' Qli<*;'i'!And i, of the course rock, it's I'm bliss sitting-still on how hot harder it isl 1 polite.He. combat it saved 'me by causing me to and just as I felt all was over, lo 1 his crept, and then leaving him in the
N 'r '. every minute. grows told me that my adversary was faint ; and when I came round.I.found eyes relaxed their stare, he fell back I anteroom, I walked to the door. My
: r 1 While my fisher waits, trying various baits. considered queer; he did not go into I the monster had tended me with the and I awoke. Then came into my i hand was on the handle, when the
':' I But the illit.lt basket. at his side, I see, has, 11othl' Auray society-indeed, he shunned kindness of a woman. Long walks mind this strange idea. Why not let' thought, Suppose he is awake! struckme.
: i 'i, ing it ; he lived all alone in the upper we took together to Quiberon, over him try to mesmerize me and mesme- I listened a moment and could
is just the to a July day-
r r : I 1 ., Arcadian and way sentimental pass ,dreamy, idle, half of a small house in the Rue Le- the narrow peninsula, with the deep I rize him in the attempt ? hear nothing but my heart's beat and
I j charming. pe'rdit, the shopkeeper of the lower still sea of a heavy blue stretching out In the morning I went and talkedto the distant moaning wind. Suppose
I But',' how fierce that msects'crawls the sunlight, falls, and the half acting as valet, cook, etc. He heavenward on the one side, and on Mons. Poncard. He thought that he was feigning sleep more surely to
t' j I"i ;Along way my neck and down my back is was said to be studying the Carnac the other the sea battling with the my idea would not .do, for being the catch me I felt I had gone too far to
; r ; 1 i j '::1't L,; really quite alarming. stones, and supposed to be writinga red-brown rocks, throwing up cloudsof subject I could not use any passes ; draw back.I .
,! ; j'jA.ny, :. luck?" I gently asked of the angler book about them. Mons.\ Poncard dazzling white spray, through and so not only might I fail, but I cocked my pistol, and then noise-
at his task. had met him at Carnac, and had which the sun shone so that they might succumb to his power, and lessly turned the door-handle. Along
: "There's something pulling at the line,
4 he says; I've almost caught it;" dined several times with him, but looked like showers of crystals ; walksto then- time I. stood scarce daring to
.V w But when with a blistered face, we our found that he played cards too high, Carnac to gaze at the rows of great And,then there would be an inquest breathe, my heart beating so that I
homeward steps retrace, and successfully ; at which I smiled, stones, mute, indecipherable records of ," said I. But I think I see my fancied its sound would disturb him.
"t' ;I c' We, take we brought the little it.Ella .basket just ,as empty as knowing the cause of his success.! He the buried past, till one evening, when way. I believe he has no knowledgeof Inch by inch I pushed the door open,
I "'; -- Wheeler Wilcox in the New York Sun. never would come inside any one's the sun had 'sink and the dreary the subject, and probably no book and then suddenly began a soft vibrating -

1.. 'l : 1 i< 1 !1 A SL-E >>iiR'OLUE.l' house but his own. stones cast a thousand weird shadowsin on it. Let us print a book with false noise, now growing louder, now-
After a long talk we walked together the moonlight, the same mad long- directions, so that he using it will softer. :My heart ceased to beat mv
1,::1,, j ', l' :Many a year ago, on a July afternoon to the Rue Leperdit. I am ing to tell him my secret came over really be mesmerized, and not mes- hand ceased to tremble, and almost
4 I,Y I I was sitting in my study, waiting naturally of a phlegmatic disposition, me, and the same dreadful struggle merizor, and I can use the passes." petrified with terror I stood and
1 like many a young avou, for but for once my heart beat very fast.I with my madness took place. At once he agreed. In four days I listened. After a few moments the
,,, ,' ,,1 clients who came not, when at about had formed the idea of a tall, big I began to despair of success ; three. had a clean copy of a treatise on the mysterious sound struck me as being
4.o'clock a gentleman was announced man, for :Mons. Goudin was tall and weeks gone, nothing new known, andI subject, with a chapter cut out and a not human, so with as little noise as
'!: py the name of Lavigae. I was glad big ; but when a deep voice had called grown sick of the whole affair, when false one added. possible I pushed my head into the
to think that I knew no one of the out "cntrcz," and I saw him, I was one day he announced that he was go- :Mons. Le Theuff had asked me to room.
I;I. t'i jn&me, for being unknown he might be staggered.He ing to Paris on business. The news dinner on the night on which the There he sat motionless as one
: iii. client. A tall, well-dressed man was tall, very broad shoulderedand gave me life ; something was to be book came home, and so, warning dead ; his head thrown right back,
J i entered, and asked whether he could deep-chested, and under his heavyarms done at last. Hastily I sent off to :Mons. Poncard, I set out at a quarterto the cold light of the moon pouring{
''i : have half an hour's talk with me. I when he moved them, rose :Mons. Goudin to bid him make readyin six with the book under my arm. down on his face, showing its cruel l
1 iionsulted my watch and diary with mountain of muscle. His face was Paris, and then I waited with fever- It was an oppressively hot evening, hard lines and his great bull throat ;
i !{ :the true air of 'a' busy man, and i one which :Mons.:: Legros would have ish anxiety till he had gone. 'Hardly and a rising summer storm seemed to. and there on his knee sat the white
1 :thought I could spare 'the time. : delighted to paint; a broad, low forehead had he left the.house before I entered, blow the heat about in red hot parti- cat, purring!?unconscious of her master's
: i WouldI mind locking the door ? I heavy black brows, and dark accompanied by locksmith, and we cles. He was in great spirits, for he fate. On tiptoes I advanced, and as I
j i i Hardly. Did I remember the Du- I eyes set very far apart ; a wide, short searched. Was ever a house so had just found his cat, which had drew near I saw something which
.', ': i i mont' murder ? Slightly. Would I flat nose, a long upper lip, with a searched before ? We took up all the been lost for four days-a quiet, timid nearly sickened me. The light stream-
t !: 'listen while he gave an account of it ? thick mouth, fresh, drinkingsuggesting planks, removed all the tapestry off white cat, which was the only thing ing down on his! eyes showed but two
1i I I i ir Ten years ago Mons.: Dumont, a wealthy lips, and a great square jaw. Not the walls, tested every stone, took all he seemed to love or even care for. A dull white masses, for the eyeballs
E I : I I banker, married a young widow, a beauty, you will say ; no, but hide- the furniture to pieces, shook all the feeling of pity came over my mind as had passed into his head. Driving
;i I ''with whom two of his friends, :Messrs. ously fascinating. I am not imposing, wine bottles, and, in fact, so carefullydid I thought of the poor wretch, reducedto away the cat, which had been trying
;; I I: Le Theuff and Goudin, were in love ; in body at least; 'my height is but we search that the locksmith saidif choosing a cat as something whichhe to wake him from his deadly sleep, I
,1 I 1: nevertheless they remained his friends. fiVe feet three, and I am not broad ; I he had hidden a pin we should have dare love. told him to rise, and the voice that
i 11 i All three gambled heavily ; and the don't think I could lift 200 poundseven found it. Never had he seemed so pleasant, came from his lips was that of a
I I' banker, the rich man, won while to be made King or Emperor of All in vain. never did he talk so brilliantly ; so stranger. He moved not.
',fs" Ji !i the others lost. One night, the 3d of France, or President of the Republic, We put everything back in its place that, catching his spirit, I astonished Again and again I spoke ; still he
II i February, :Madame Dumont went to a as the case might be. :My face, how- and I waited. Then came a dismal myself with my sallies of wit. Yet a sat there, like: a dead thing, so that
11 masked ball, leaving her husband, ever, is eminently aristocratic, so my letter ; with the aid of the police, moment's pause almost unmanned me, the notary who had crept in called
friends forehead Mons Le Theuff had been attacked and dish after dish went half Mon Dieu have killed
'I:; who was suffering from rheumatism, say ; high, narrow away, out, you
,: : ,i : ''at home in bed. On her return she and delicate prominent nose ; and I by sham robbers, three of whom he eaten with relish and half unto'iIched.After him !1" You can guess how that
I found him lying dead, with his throat have been called not badlooking.What had nearly killed, had been chloro- dinner a game at chess, in alarmed me I sent Mons.\ Poncard
ut. Goudin was arrested and tried.A a pretty contrast there must formed, stripped and searched, and at, which I at first got the best, till look- away, and shuddering laid my handson
,: I strong case of circumstantial have been for Mons. Poncard to observe the same time all his luggage had ing up I saw the white cat sitting on his forehead, then passed them to
i*. '.* 'I i evidence was brought against him, between the hunter and the been secretly examined at his hotel ; his shoulder, and a horrid thought of and fro, flicked my handkerchief in
'' the principal witness being :hfons. Le hunted nothing was found. Back. came Mons. the handkerchief that would be bound his face, and blew on him. Then the
; Theuff.: :Mons. G. set up an alibi ; he :Mons. Le Theuff was very pleasant, Le Theuff, furious at having been round his eyes on the scaffold struckme eyeballs slowly descended,and I feared
I and talked instead of robbed.I and unnerved that I played he have too far round
provl d that he was at the dance, and remarkably ; so me might come ,
: i ''asserted that during the time when showing, like an ordinary educated now wished to give up the case; stupidly and lost. The game did but his vacant look reassured me. 'As
i I the deed must have been done he was Frenchman, a surface knowledge of the locket seemed destroyed, and what I wanted-it exhausted him to the eyeballs came back I felt in me a
;i !,in an alcove, talking to :Madame Dumont many things, or like an Englishman, a therefore all clue was gone, and my some extent. I now broached the strange feeling of double consciousness,
i I t This she corroborated.: The solid acquaintance with a few, he ex- health had begun to suffer from the subject, and showed him the book on as if I had two minds in me. I told
'' i j court reluctantly acquitted :Mons. hibited a Frenchman's universalityand mental struggles I had gone through. mesmerism. How my heart beat and him to rise and slowly the head came
'xw" a 'j j Goudin, andhe though really innocent, an Englishman's solidity of Mme.\ Dumont was sure he would the pulses in my temples throbbed forward, the body straightened, the
., :'1 I : unable to face the public suspicion, knowledge, so that each subject seemedto never have destroyed the locket, but whilst he read 1 The minutes he took legs moved, and he got up.
r i ..i I: went to Australia, and there made a have been his special study. Aftera that it must be hidden ; and she seemed hours ; and when he simplysaid A strange and repulsive idea came
; ". : i I fortune. long talk we left, but not before I begged me to go on. :Mons. Goudin Is that all ? the sudden relief over me that the feeling of double
J.) i I My visitor had grown so excitedthat had accepted an invitation to dine told me that :Madame had promisedto almost made me giddy. He con- consciousness was true ; that, in fact,
.;'1 i'I j I soon guessed that I had before with him that evening. The dinnerwas marry him if the murderer was sented, after a little, to mesmerize me. his will had passed into me, and
.M '-3': i me Mons. Goudin, returned from Aus- delightful, for wine and cookingwere convicted, and not otherwise, and I drew my chair close to his, and puta though his, muscles obeyed his will,
s;: .; I 7i},i t 1 tralia. Wishing to show my: smartness good, and his talk was fascina- joined his entreaties. to hers, and so I candle close beside me. There was it was subordinate to mine, for it was
i i' .' c.i I stopped him and said: "So ting ; and, indeed, under his influenceI gave way. little need of light, for the moon in me, and so he seemed part of me,
t b..: I you are :Mons. G., and have come myself talked much better than A few days slowly dragged on, streaming through the open window and I felt as if his guilt was my
H\\( + % ;'!.I i back from Australia anxious to prove usual. After dinner we played at when suddenly I hit on a grand plan. filled the room, but I thought the can- guilt.This.
:innocence: \ '} cards, at which I lost heavily. Whatcan This is how it happened : I was sit- dle might hurt his eyes. I seated idea shocked me that I drew
:M:t '! ; stranger jumped up and nervously skill do against unfair play ? : ting at dinnner at my hotel one day, myself opposite to him, and put his back from the.gigantic upright figure,
} 1: t y: j i 1 asked how I knew it, and seemed During the next week I saw him next to an Englishman. Now I hands on my knees, and then I held the monster who CJ seemed part of me
t ; .I much relieved to find that it was a daily, but learned little. I found that understand English very well, I am a my hands over his eyes as a shade, and ran to Mons. Poncard. He said
I I i guess. He said I was right, and that he carried pistols ; do you suppose I very good linguist. He was talkingto and turned my eyes on his. Moment\ that it was fancy, and advised me to
'' k, .j 1 'i i he would spare no expense to establish did not ? I asked him why he had the lady on the other side of him of by moment passed, and those eyes, bathe my head, which I hurriedly did.
;' ; his innocense. them. He had nervous fits sometimes, Frederick Anton Mesumer.\ I hardly usually so sleepy and small, grew I came back feeling calmer, but in no
rR i Since his return he had seen the in which he fancied that some one noticed the conversation until the larger and larger, blacker and blacker, wise relieved of my i idea.I .
I t :widow ; she had told him Le Theuff was pursuing him, and he felt relievedby lady said. I would not let any one and seemed to stand out of his head, stood opposite to him, took his
i '..".l.1-,' j(was heavily indebted to her husband, feeling them. Was it not ridicu- mesmerize me ; they might make mete and then came through my head the cold dead hand in mine, and said.
,' r ,. i i who on the 2d of February had quarreled ] lous ? I thought it so ridiculous that l my secrets. Like a flash of i awful question, Shall I fail? Do you remember the 3d of Febru-
1 ', : !' with him over cards, and was a.cold stream of perspiration ran down lightning came to me the idea of' Weaker and weaker I grew, and an ary ?" Slowly the jaw opened and in
;: ?I ; :j ( going to make it warm for him next my back. By the end of the week I mesmerizing my murderer. So much awful vague horror filled me, so that a harsh, colorless voice came the word,
I?\ :' i! day ; that she was sure Le Theuff had found the cards were becoming a seri- did it startle me that, foolishly tryingto in an agony I would have screamed, Yes." Tell me what you did that
JI :=. murdered her husband ; she could ous strain, and feared :Mons. Goudin swallow some red-hot soup in a me- but that my tongue stuck in my day." In so blundering a way did he
d j ';I not, however, tell him the' reason for would not like the bill., Did he play chanical way, I choked badly. :My mouth; just as hopeless, helpless and begin to speak, and so fiercely did he
!., .t ., ., 'I' t her belief. The murderer had left chess? Yes. I found that I was Englishman kindly patted me on the motionless in body, my very soul struggle to keep silent, (I felt the
,; Hir",i, h: Paris soon after the trial, as he was somewhat the stronger I maneu- back, with blows like an elephant's seemed being dragged out of me, the struggle, for it seemed to take placein
;'; :! ; found out cheating at cards ; he was vered to just let him win on the whole. kick.To thought of my dream-triumph rushed me,) that I began to fear I should
:ii J |living quietly at Auray, South Brit- Three weeks I spent at Auray, yet Paris I went next day, to study through my mind, and waked me get no account from him.
,, t:\ J![' tlany. Now," said he "I know he is heard nothing, saw nothing. found mesmerism ; stopped a week, and came from the deadening lethargy. StrongerI "Ask him,questions only requiring
1' 1 t ,! the murderer, for he gave false evi- nothing.Three. back quite satisfied. Though I am grew at once. Taking my hands 1 yes' or' no,' said the notary. How
,' '., ('?b 5 "" : i dence against me. You: must go to delightful weeks: yet in part weak. in body, I am strong in mind, from;his eyes, I moved them slowlyover his voice startled me for I had be-
., : ,Auray, get introduced to him-that I I a period of agony. Alone together and I found no great difficulty in mes- .his forehead. Fearful became come so absorbed in my victim as to
z '+ ;'can manage; and even if it cost you i we sailed in his boat down the river. merizing several young men. In the 'his grasp on my knees, so that I have forgotten him.
'. .<" i i L secret." I objected on the ground past the hilly banks covered with went around to Mons. Lg TheufFs ; conscious, although I saw nothing, Dumont?" "Yes." About cards?"
r I' ,that.there could not be any evidence. trees through which peeps out manyan I felt that I should have to be very that he was struggling fearfully "Yes." "You owed him money?"
: ; ts i ,:Mons. Goudin then said that he omitted old chateau, and now by the flat, careful lest, like the English lady, he against me. For hours the struggle Yes." Was that all?" "No."
: .i:: ; ; one thing. :Madame Dumont and shores of the oyster parks, with the should decline to be mesmerized for seemed to last, and my bodily exhaus- Did he find you out in cheating
a 4 r'gym t l 1 t 'her, maid said that the.murdered man lazy cormorants waiting with stolid fear of telling his secret. During tion became terrible, whilst his hands you scoundrel ?" called out the notary.
Y i : '! 'I' ,had round his neck,. the night of Iust51' patience for the incautious movementsof dinner J ;casually i:mentioned the sub- seemed to,eat into my flesh. At lastI No answer. Again and again came
a ; : i 1 if' 'death; a gold chain with.ff. locket' con- their prey; brightened by the fishing ject; and afterwards I told him of mechanically put my' thumb on the the question. No answer.
al: a' :' I 'staining her portrait, painted: by her, boats, with their strange-shaped part of what' I had seen ; stating, broad space between his eyes. Firmly Everyone of my questions had
'' ,y, I ; ,and also a lock of her hair.:: This red sails: Along we used to sail, however, that none of the subjects pressed and,his hands grew weaker. been echoed in my breast, and in me
g ;i,.,. :..l( !. chain was not found on the body, nor down to Gavr' Innis, the Isle of the could be got to talk. I turned a almost suddenly the life seemed was a fierce fight of my will to make
i 1;;.,!j '; :WAS the locket. ,She was sure Le Goat, and then out into the lace workof delicate hint about his being an interesting II go out of his eyes, though they re- him answer, and his to resist. The
I "Theuff had taken i it, and did not be- blue sea and ruddy island which subject (a strong! enough truthto open ; his hands fell .to his notary's question I only seemed to
h I ilieve, for reasons she would not give, forms the little seat'of Morbihan ; I morally counterbalance. the false- and his head.sank back. hear with my ears,and there was no
t''i'' : hat 1 he had destroyed it. sometimes landing on and sometimes hood about the muteness of the mes-' I I. Noiselessly I got,up, though-I knew. mental echo.

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---t'j th'i il i I put the question and got the fired at each of us. The false cart- I .MIGHTY:: INTERESTING READING."-From I ,....l.',l..t:' _.. ,
the 1st of 1884 .! ;" "t'> .. '.: .: ...<..' '. ,
I out saved January, ; to the, 1st of Jan- > F .ooJ. \ e.;.'. ,
"Yes. Slowly dragged ridges us. Seeing us unwoun- ft, L Y: ..i e '
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answeij ', .
: : rrt-U. 12', ,
uary, 1885, we are to have an interesting i5 ., ; :::::::::
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tip hqrrwl tale till I came to thqtsticn ded he turned and fled ; after him we succession of stirring events of which every -" ",4:_' <-u",;; ..,"",< '

: : "Did you cut his throat ?" ran as fast as we could. Fast thoughwe one will wish to hear. Two military campaigns I :: "" EST ADLISI-.IED: 187 ci.

Tli'n)} 4ame so fierce a struggle in me ran he gained easily, so we stoppedand Mahdi in are the at present Soudan in and progress of the-French that of El in ,';:h --

tbft began'; to fear failure, and faint fired, but in vain. Apparently Tonquin-both of which are approaching '
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an iU exhausted I sank down on a accustomed to leave his dog-cart in the critical point. The next session of Parliament :, ..,. :., -: DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES

chiir.. i After ten minutes rest I began the place in which we had left it, he is to be marked, acording; to the an- ... : :: :;
nounced purpose of:Mr.: ParnE'lI, 'by a bitter / : : t
again With, greater strength, and made ran straight towards the spot ; he-had struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel -

him cp ifess. gained.300: yards and seemed to have their English and Scotch colleagues to con- :

\Ve' thei came to the most important escaped, when suddenly he fell, and a cede to Ireland some measure of home-rule. ; & CO.,
In default of this :Mr.: Parnell
promises to :
nliestibns} : Had he destroyed fearful oath rang out. employ his following to so obstruct the : :

the locl et ?" "No." Where was it ?" Fearing some trick, we reloaded transaction of parliamentary business as to :; : ::

It 3 has lin vain that at first I tried to our pistols and ran up. There he lay i Stephen's render the intolerable.presence of: Irish This members at insures St. :: ;: =I PHARMACISTS 1=

but after rest I and his ankle programme -
get', an answer, a put screaming cursing, a succession of exciting scenes in Par- : :

flic question} 'and there came the broken ; he had caught his foot in a i liament. The new reform bill which :Mr. ; Centre Street.FERN.t.XDIXA ,

word las'if torn out of his and my hole and fallen hoavily. Threatening Gladstone proposes to carry during the session "
of U 8will also! doubtless excitegent'ral
Under stone at Carnac. him with handcuffedhim :
heart, I" a our pistols, we interest in the United States, as wellas FLORID
Moir Foncard and I gazed at one and took the locket away. throughout the British empire. Vastlymore :: : :

anotherthe nearly stupefied This was Startled by the pistol shots, a peasanthad interesting to American readers will be KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- .'
of his interest in Carnac from the farm the discussion to take place at Washingtonwithin : of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
come neighboring !
se:; ; ; .
ca : the few months .
next over our own ",, ;;'P i; and DOMESTIC:
this explained i, his long late walks. In and with his aid we carried him backto reform bill. The Republican members of JJ'I ; ("Hh" .'

vain dB t try to get from him an the dog-cart and drove into the the present Congress are opposed to tariff .' ,
of the town. reform The Democrats, it is said, are t Drugs and Chemicals,,
intelligible explanation positionof :
divided, the majority of them favoring, the
the one ; he fought every questionand The excitement caused was tremen- minority opposing it. Which will get the .. Homccopathic and Patent Medicines
waS'akled' by the fact that it was dous, so great that even Paris for upper hand? Will the Inch-tariff! Democrats ,

lifficiut tLing to explain. At last, some days talked of nothing else, andI cooperate with the Republicans to maintainthe .z' t '': .. Proprietary anil Goods .
:a < present absurd law ? Or will the Demo- Fancy ,
wearied:| l despairing, I gave up the found myself famous. The trial crats act together, and send a reform tariff .: : ... :!,.'; ::.-

task. What was to be done? We I was attended by every one of fashion, bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline -:-" .: J: FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
convict confession I and in accordance with the to pass? Every step of the strugglein
could not on a sostraugeli public T, > .: '
the Capitol Washington will be watched .: ; j i,:: '
}! without cor- interest rather than its difficulty PERFUMERY, SOAPS, E'I'{:.,.
: obtained any with lively concern all over the country, l'- '., ; ': ;
and a confession lasted several days. The last day and by the time Congress adjourns the pub- ',
rob e evidence, .
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be lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a '-- IN GREAT VARIETY.
which vj-oulu surely denied. To was certainly exciting. Le Theuff: : ,
Presidential campaign which, it is safe to
.din up tike ,500 stones :would be a who had been fighting the evidence, say, will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors ., '"":,"::" *:.- -

hcrculeaji! talk ; probably would not findingthe case hopeless, gave a minute since I860. The meeting of the .' ; I,' -, p""* Physicians' Prescriptions

be allowed and even if it were, he confession in the court. He explainedthat Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the .
2d of January, and the reassembling of the .if.7 '
c' carefully compounded with Drugs at
could net be kept under arrest the rejected in a dishonorable suit Baltimore City Council later in the same .. ";. ; .' pure

whilei'or] some time we thought in by Mme, Dumont, and fearing exposure month, will prove also events of engrossing .l:1 i ; ., J reasonable prices. ;
: I of the dishonest play by her interest. But supposing the existence of a 1 : r ;1 J f I
citizen concerned about none of these things,
to Carnaj: \v/ith us now and make him I the banker and throw the suspicion of the thousand and one other events of

show us he stone..Straiglltway I on the friend. He gave a full account interest that go so far to make up the cur-
rent history of the world. The period is PATENTS
we went to his stable of the way the deed was done, one of rapid movement,and the citizen who

:wl put! leis l black English mare in the and concluded with a charitable wish. does not take a paper is sure to be left be- Florida Lands. MUNN & CO., of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN; con-
hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora tinue to act as Solicitors for Patents,Caveats Trado
Mons. Poncard be- for interview with The
dog-cart.( | got up a private me. Marks, Copyrights for the United States Canada.
now is the time, before the actorson
paper, England; France Germany etc. Hand Rook about
hirnl ; I tjDok the reins and made the jury found him guilty, the next'daythe the world's stage during the year 1881 Patents sent free. Thirty-seven years'experience.

lliur'erer'sit} beside me. jailer found him dead ; he had have taken their places and begun to play In Patents the SCIENTIFIC obtained AMERICAN throul"hl\lUNN.\,the largest.are best noticed,and

Off we went. What a drive taken poison. The widow did not their parts. When it becomes a question of most widely circulated scientific paper. $3.20 a year.
Weekly. engravings and In-
reliable which will interesting
through the wild windy night now long resist client's suit. On the securing a newspaper The Peninsular I- formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific American -
my contain all the news, succinctly expressedand sent free. Address MUNN&CO., SCIENTIFIC'
almost] as light as day, and now almost wedding day Mons.; Goudin gave mea fairly reported, the proper course to AMERICAN Office,261 Broadway, New York.

dauk the black clouds fast check for twice the he had pursue is plain : take The,Sun. ANDITl'Olical
]jiitch as sum
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(driven by! the howling wind, passed in promised. The name the case earnedfor --::_= Florida --- ----

front of tie full and then fled clients that THE SUN, pATENTS obtained for new inventions
moon me brought so many or for improvements in old

on again ;; drawn by the restless mare, my position soon became too good for Published'daily except Sunday. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand : I

Fitting contact: with the unconscious it to be necessary for me to engage in RAILROAD COMPANIES all patent business promptly attendedto.
monster whose will of such desperate enterprises.
was now so any more
i REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
strangely and horribly tied up in Bclgravia. -- ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
mine.Rapidly. V Terms of Subscription by :Mail: Invariably ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-

we drove till the marewho TIlE DEMOCRATIC: PL (TFOR 1I. Cash in ad'ancestage Free: COUNTIES OF NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
ents in less time than those who are remote
seemed fnglitened the wind bolted. The Democratic of the State of Flor-
by party One Year...........$0.00 One :Month....50 Cts. Washington.
On we rushed, passing Plouharnel, ida, in convention assembled, congratulates Six :Months: ....... 3.00 I Three: Weeks.38 Cts. ALAOHUA7 When Inventors send model or sketch,,
living ourselves like the wind, till i I the friends of good government upon its assured Four :Months: .... 2.00 Two Weeks..25 Cts. we make search in the Patent Office and
prospect of success in the coming campaign I PUTNAM advise as to its patentability free of charge,
Three :Months.... 1.50 \\.eck..13 Cts. ,
suddenly} the shrieked
and makes the declaration
notary following
Two Months..... 1.00 I Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
the storm The wind will be of principles: able and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT
; drivingthe SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts MARION ;
sea 6y.er the peninsula we are Resolved, That we reaffirm the fundamental IS OBTAINED.We .
: doctrines of the National refer to the City Post-
Democracy as by permission
lost' lliin the reins. Almost
give : at laid down in the platform of the National master, and to the Superintendent of the
olive: the mare knew her master's Convention of 187G at St. Louis, and of 1SSO TIIE BALTIMORE WEEK T4Y'SUN. SU TER AND Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash

hand, and' quickly did. his great at Cincinnati. ington. For special references circular,ser-

Resolved, That we advocate the liberal pol- HERNANDOAT vice, terms, etc., addressC.
strength stop her ; then we turned A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in
A. SNOW & CO.,
the of the General Governmentin
on part
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Three parts of the way had we gone this until her water ways and harbors have $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 CRAZY PATCHWORK L!
been adjusted to the needs of commerce to
when he pulled up and got down. the same extent as in other sections of the $1.25 to $10 Acre.
Silently wjp followed. He fastened country. TERMS-Invariably Cash in Advance. per HAVING A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF.
Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United and pieces of handsome bro
the and turned the left.
up mn-t'e to Resolved, That we favor the calling of a
States and Canada. caded silks, satins and velvets, we are put-
His mind seemed to have constitutional convention for the reforma- .
; changed, ting them up in assorted bundles and fur
and instead of opposing me I felt that tion.of our present undemocratic constitution nishing them for 'Crazy Patchwork" Cush- .
ions :Mats, Tidies etc.
lip had wild desire than Land Commissioner Package-
a stronger Resolved, That it is the duty of the Stateto No. 1-Is1 a handsome bundle of exquisite

:my ouju, to Fee the locket. educate its children, and that: we favor a 1884. Premium Copies 1884. I Jacksonville, Fla. silks, satins and brocaded velvets (all differ-

Ovet the, glorious red heather he liberal provision for the maintenance and to Getters Up of Clubs ent). Just the thing for the most superb patterns -

trode, 80 :fast that we had to half run development of our system of free public For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." M. A. WILLIAMS, of fancy work. Sent post-paid for 56
schools. cents in postal note or 1-cent stamps.
to keep up} with him, crushing the Salesman. No. 2 three timesas
Resolved That the recent remarkable Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 Package -Containing
Wutiftil{ blue which with much as Package No. 1. Sent post-paid
gentians growth of population is one of the most With an extra Copy of the Weekly ..
the red heather, make the glorious noteworthy indications of the prosperity of Sun ; I for $1.00. These: are all of the very finest
one year. ,. quality and cannot be equaled at other
the State, and that invite and industrious any
carpet pf ,the moor ; neither to rightnor citizens from we all quarters worthy to come- TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 .. .. .. : silk works in the United States at three times
left, noit up nor down, did he look and settle among us, with the confident as- With an extra copy of the Weekly '''" our prices. They will please any lady. One

vet Iieav6ilea;; the stones and holes ; surance of a friendly welcome and an equal Sun one year, and one copy of the r 1'.,& .J ,--: ': ,J f: order always brings a dozen more. LADIES'
Daily Sun three months. :MANUAL OF FANCY WORK, with 400

over the wall of the wild farm three opportunity.Resolved That since the overthrow of FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00 : '. ,:: illustrations and full instructions for artistic
parts df 3. mile from Carnac Church With an extra copy of the Weekly ,, fancy work, handsomely bound, post-paid,.
Radical rule the State has had two Demo- ...:. tq. __, -
ue if Sun one year, and one of the ,, 50 cents. Order now. Address
leaped copy
i always looking on as cratic Governors ; that to the Hon. Geo. F. SILK CO.
to his doom by some invisible inauguration Y.
rope. : of that economic system of administration THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 '' Rochester, N.
which has so powerfully promoted the With an extra copy of the Weekly ,' !
At the I''end of some minutes we prosperity of the State, and that in the continuance Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun cr Post-Office Notice.
.p ,
came to !is: solitary dolmen-three I. of that sound Democratic policy one year. :.. : i;: '.. Office Hours-From 8:00: A. :\f. to 6:00 p. M..

large stones .standing as if upside the administration of Governor W. D. Blox- Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
down s ham has been the most brilliant in the his- Getters up of Clubs will find the above ;' .,'--F';2:'' .;
aid supporting a fourth. Here tory of the commonwealth. '. Money Orders and Registered Letters from

he stopped .i.ddenlyand I felt that Resolved, That in the withdrawal from terms the most liberal that can be offered by .' .. :, ",, .", ;.' 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. JL
his desire ':tQ public life of that illustrious statesman and ;
see the locket was gone. ," :,. to 3:30 P. M.AEEIVAL.
I patriot, the Hon. Samuel J. Tilden, the De- a First-Class Family Journal. ,
stooped dtpwn, entered, and turned 1 AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
mocratic party has lost its most honored

a.v lamp's light on the ground. No and trusted leader, but that in the Hon. SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts. : : :f:,. Transit & Peninsular RailrQad-

sign of earth disturbance. Then I Grover Cleveland, Governor of New York, Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:00 p, M.;
gazed on him: and bade him find the we recognize a worthy successor, whose no- The safest method of transmitting money ." "{ i Brings mails from the North,the

locket l mination at Chicago would insure a glorious ,: ,. .,-, :. Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
He pushed me aside, crept input victory in November, and would guaranteeto by mail is by check, draft or post-office : :'. ". : railroads.

his right hand against one side of the people of the country a pure, honest Closes daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A.M.
the roof s ton!3 ,and }pushed? it slowly and economical administrrtion of the National money order. ; ; Takes mails for the North, the

?p, then Government. Gulf,coast, Transit and Peninsular -
stretched ]his left
arm across ",
Address A. S. ABELL fe Co., Publishers. ., I roads.Leesburg .
in front of hid face, felt in a hole insupporting Valuable Orange Lands for Sale SUN IRON BUILDING, : fr': train arrives daily......... 8:30 A. M. :

the Baltimore :Md.: :,. Western mail
} stone, took out some- Tracts containing twenty acres each of ; ', i /" : Brings only.

thin g and dipped the roof. choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake r /Y'f-: Fernanama & Jacksonville Railroad- .
Half a minute he crouched there suitable for orange growing and truck farm- y ': Arrives daily except Sunday......... 8:50)1_ :
before: ing; are now offered for,sale. These landsare NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD .: ',i, )1Zt'.! .I Brings the Jacksonville and St. .'.
my excitement would let me .. John's river mails.
situated for
conveniently transpor-
call km out.; Slowly he, came, and tation very, by water or rail, and will be sold on E NGINES BOILERS :. .. :,:.' .Arrives daily except Sunday......... 5.00 P.M..
there I ; terms to suit purchasers.; Titles are unques- .j'1: >- Brings mails same as above.
turned his
the -
. hand ras light on tionable. Also valuable timber lands, in NEW AND SECOND HIND. V > Closes daily except Sunday......... 9:00 A.M. I
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sa\\ the locket 1 Then came a /, r aY Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's
.ea to i>. e to wake him to show February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. .," :,:' .:' River and Northern mails. "
h'in1 hIS dhe CombUed Orange B.x and Shingle MachineEagle Closes daily except Sunday.......... 5:30 p. M. ;.
,tion.li Awake ,. .. .
"' ,. monSter' Gbu, Saw Mills, Fhtnera,' Resairt, &0 ', i ::t"frs : Takes Jacksonville,St.John's
I ?*$4 l. and see your fate !1" Wood Wood. Ask for Catalogue and Prlcea before bnrlne. : river; Northern and Western mails.
Then .
\.-loli 1 I flashed. ( the light in his face, Having recently established, a WoodYardnear HANDLE & DUGANHACHfCO; r; ; .. .:<" ", Sunday MailJacksonville ., ., :"
lr a goat weight seemed lifted Durv e's ,mill, provided with all the "1 ; .!,:..:. ;( and St.John's River, :
off heal necessary'uachineryforsawingandsplittingFIREWOOD 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, 0. J :, ..'' '', arrives.................................:..10:2.1 A.. I_ ; J
thi, ? 1.and the life came back (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.) ;.':"', ''J t Northern mail arrives...............u 0:00 P. M.

dazed'. |eye I I ;: For a moment he was I ,".: ';;;:..i.:',: Jacksonville, St.John's River and

th el 11"with i!s eyes fell on the locket : I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, ::..". the North, closes...................... 6:00: A.:M_
3 yell l HEl4 sawed to an lengths, for either stove or fire- JYeio Goods. .. Jacksonville and St. John's River

.'4l1'- yards I : aped forward, knocked place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD. Large lines of new goods in every depart- only, closes..........;................... 4:00 p. M..
atv\.J" -drew his pistols and J. A. ELLERMASX. ment at J. & T. KYDD'S. SAML. T. RIDDELL. P; M.



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. $Ti,::4* : ', 1 ; '1lL'FLORIDAMIKROIi it is a different thing to refuse to cooperate POLITICS., stop at the Aucilla, nor at the St. Mark's --

,. .... with the body of white men The whole country is absorbed in rivers, but should be carried through: to the
4 : Mississippi by utilizing and connecting the
1 {i GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. in the State who own most of the the political questions of the day. sounds and bays between the St. Marks and gQ4
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jr J property, who furnish employment, The ,presidential year is becomingmore the Mississippi i, ,in order to avoid'' all risks
,i Subscription, 82 per year; six months 81.
: and whose interests are identical and more any injury to the stability arising from towagp across open and ''unprotected -
x'Y'I '; Office porner Centre and First streets,second floor. feverish reaches'of the Gulf. wucypf
: It
'. with their own. of business.: ._, produces a ROYAL BSwtte'f
1 : The actual cost of such a canal cannot be roir--nyrrI pt
It' RATES ADVERTISING.. and unhealthy excitement,
determined without further instrumental
;; ""Ten cents a line fon the first, and five cents for I
''ft t each subsequent insertion. WHAT WILL THEY DO! which it takes a long time.to recover surveys and borings, which would deter- I -

f I :" Spt'Ciallocal notices, 15 cents a line. ,A Republican State Convention is from. There is a general feeling that mine'local changes from the general route .

I ',1 r '11'1 i';'* Rending notices, 25 cents a line. called for at Tallahassee on Friday the frequency and intensity of presi- indicated, solve definitely and beyond doubt
Al l;t p :i r Special rate for time advertisements upon appli the question of ,loss of water by filtration in
dential elections is undesirable butit
: rcation at the office.Communications. June 25th. We presume it ,
1 C dry seasons, of supply by storage and infil-

; i;':, ':.' upon all matters of local interest is placed thus late, and after, would be well-nigh impossible to tration, of cost of foundations for locks and 4, I Ia.

1{ ,' solicited from all parts of the county and from the Independent and Democratic effect a change. A longer tenure of bridge piers, and the occasional occurrenceor ..

t tl i I ; along the lines of Florida railways. nominations in order to ascertain office and ineligibility to reelectionis absence of quicksand, and other pointsof s
ii 1 i All communications intended for publication ,
,I : should be addressed to the Editor: all business! what value the Independent movement about the only remedy suggested.Mr. importance as yet insufficiently devel-

r. : I letters. simply to TilE FLORIDA MIRROR. has, and to decide then whetherto Calhoun's idea was a dual executive oped.Whatever i might be the cost of such a G

I : SATURDAY, JULY 1884.I make a regular Republican nomination based on the system of repub- canal, as determined by further examinations 4KI

,,i i ,!' =' = or to indorse the Indepen- lican Rome, which, with its two Con- of topography and soil, it would cer-
i.iTIIE REVOLT OF THE COLORED tainly be much less than that of a ship
dents. suls, lasted for many hundreds of
i 'I canal, even of one with, locks-not alone in
.,l 'I'' ':i BOSSES. At the election of 1880 Gov. Blox- years. The present generation would proportion of the reduced cross-section and POWDERAbsolutely

The Republican machine mana- not admit that it could learn any- corresponding reduction of cost of handling
I : ham received a majority of 5,065.In .
I from the It the material per yard, but also less by reason -
thing past. recognizes
; have hitherto counted a ,
gers upon 1876 Drew had a majority of
49 of avoiding necessity of forming an
s solid colored vote in the Southern only a future of its own creation.
; 474 only; so that the Democratic artificial entrance and harbor on the Gulf;

j I ..: States. Practically in this State vote largely increased between 1876 We shall go on as we are until the and with the continual increase of the pro- THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel

::1 1 their calculation has been well progress of civilization shall end in ducts of the Mississippi valey, the develop- purity,strength and wholesomeness
''f 'I j, and 1880, but as it may be alleged More economical than the ordinary kinds,
I .if' I ,'placed, and the colored people have that Republicans were dissatisfied an empire or a revolution.The ment of the natural resource of the country and cannot be sold in competition with the
3 'I' many along the route, the advantage to be derived multitude of low test,short weight,alum or
.. 11 ;, marched up to the polls in almost a with Conover, and thus in- worst feature of the present from the drainage of the adjacent phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
:ii : : : 'solid phalanx, at the command of creased the Democratic majority for state of things is the relegation of lowlands, and the work already undertaken 38 ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
106 Wall Street. New York.
; their white political masters. Year Bloxham, we will take the presidential politics or political contests to politi- ,by the United States government in -- t

lifter their prejudice has been cians exclusively. We see in all improving the entrance to Cumberland ffiY FINEr
year vote which of course receivedthe
sound, a steamboat and barge canal on this
,.ha a ; I. i i appealed to, and upon one pretext or full Republican vote. Hancock's political conventions the boss element route may be fairly regarded as a promising

; '1't Another their animosity has been majority was 4,310. It must there- but the bosses are not so much investment for capital.Respectfully :v. iiiINERY"lAT !!

t formed or created to the,end of re- fore be quite clear that they cannot acknowledged individuals, as lead- yours, *.............................................................:
r' of their ers as cliques or rings. P. W. O. KOERNER, C. E.
taming control votes. For expect to poll Republican votes ,
i everal after the war they were We need political education as a -
years enough to carry the State. Traveler's Guide.
y : 1 told that if the Democrats attained part of the education of our schools, KIJTO'SBAZAKHATS
If the Independent ticket could
-, iI, power they would be again put the science of government: the prin-
x carry seven or eight thousand votes Passenger Train leaves-
'1! back into slavery. They have been ciples of finance'the, lessons of his For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
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t out of the Democratic party there BONNETS RIBBONS
i't all points on Transit Road10.05 a.m. ,
In the of most of
/' told<>> that the Republican party was tory. eyes our
; Savannah and all points North
r be a chance of running in a
1/1' friendly to them and loved them, might people, the pa'rty platform is the and West.................................1Q.05 a. m. FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.A .
Republican ticket. But
I (connecting at )
embodiment of truth and wisdom
: : and the Democrats were hostile to For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
them' but the there is no reason for believing that and cunning politicians frame platforms points on the Florida Central & Fall Line of Elegant Lace and lull Fie us,
1 remedy always proposed -
; the Independent-Pope ticket will Railroad..10.05 a. m.
1 was to elect these men to office. draw off considerable number to catch votes: for the most (connecting at Baldwin.) CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS,

any it is lost labor however for few Day Passenger Train aTTives-
So it,has gone now for nearly twenty part, ,
of Democratic votes. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and Linen
Collars and Kid Gloves,
f It years. read the platform and fewer under all points on the Transit Road... 4.38 p.m.
The nominations made at Pensa- From Savannah and all in
stand it.
,I 1: I In 1876 the preponderating white the North and West................ 4.38 p.m. All of the Latest Styles.
cola and
'; vote of the State succeeded in establishing are evidently popular, sup- THE BARGE CANAL. From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
ported with almost_. unanimity. all points on the Florida Central FANS, PARASOLS CORSETS,
:{ l j, a Democratic State adminis- Below we publish the opinion of & Western Railroad................. 4.38p.m. ,
t There is no evidence of increaseor
I' any Night Passenger Train leaves
: tration. This the colored ,people in the Independent Mr. P. W. Oscar Koerner, in referenceto For Cedar Key, Wildwood, and all Hoop Skirts and Ladies'. Underwear.I .

a' i +i i were told would be fatal to their present growth the barge canal project between points on the Transit Road........ 4.38 p.m.
; faction. All the strength the t '. For Savannah and all points North
;i rights. Nearly eight years of Democratic ; the St. Mary's river and the Missis and West................................ 4.38 p.m. I ,. -l-1- i 144-
movement had in 1882 was in West -+ +I+I t'l II II I 1 I i"l !

!! ,. State government have Florida and Madison county, Mc- sippi. Mr Koerner is recognizedhere For(connecting Tallahassee at, Pensacola Callahan.,)and all i SUMMER GAMES. I II

1! :: elapsed, and the colored people havej as one of the ablest civil engi- points on the Florida Central & 4i -
Kinnon, the Independent, and Skin- Western Railroad..................... 4.38p.m. -+ I- 'HI I- I' I I I ft i *I II I II I I II I 1 1 It+-
; found all their rights protected in the State and his
j j ; the candidate in the neers long ex- (connecting at Baldwin.)

F ;ii, ,' schools established everywhere .for ner, Republican perience in this section entitles his Night Passenger Train arrives- Croquet Sets and[ Base-Ball Bats,
First District polled together 10- From Cedar Wildwood and
Key, ,
i; ; the t education of their children the
I opinion to greatest weight.
and Davidson the all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. m.
iJiainly at the expense of the white 570 votes, 11,244, JACKSONVILLE,FLA. 8th 1884. From Savannah and all points in MARBLES, KITES, ETC.
total vote being 4,346 less than 1880. July the North and West................. 8.40 a. m. -ALSO-
.'4 -:lx-payers, and every encouragement Jos. Shepard, Esq., St..Jfanis, Ga.: From Pensacola.-Tallahassee, and
t given to them to acquire homes The vote for the twoSkinnerand DEAR SIR-In yours of the 27th ult., you all points on Florida Central & Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.KING'S .

,' remind me of a remark of mine made about Western Railroad..................... 8.25a.m.
McKinnon 512 less
t i' and lll the equal advantages of citi- was only
j I. ? fifteen years ago in regard to a route for a FERNANDINA fc JACKSONVILLE R. R.
I than Witherspoon (Republican) received Train leaves BAZAR,
zenship. Their churches flourish, daily, except Sunday-
: in 1880 that canal across the peninsula Florida, via For Jacksonville........................ 7:05 p.m.
'>, their industry is awarded, and they showing beingan the St. Mary's rive, Okefeenokee swamp, Train arrives daily, except Sunday Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.,Fernan/lina.:

I I 'have been advanced in every way. off .year the Democratic vote was and Suwanee river," and request my written From Jacksonville...................... G.40p. m.

.i Still, their white political leaders not fully polled. In Madison, in 1882, opinion in regard to such route now. At For Sunday Jacksonville only- ........................ 5.00 p. m. FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER!

,t them follow them and demand the Republican vote was increased the time I expressed to you my preferenceof From Jacksonville..10.25 a. m.
if j Urge, to the route via the St. Mary's river, I based
their aid to keep these white about 500, the Democratic vote remaining iny opinion on the general knowledge of From Savannah,Steamer St.Nich- FOR SALE CHEAP:

in office. the same as in 1880. the topography, soil and climate of Northern olas, Tuesday, Thursday and
\ leaders Florida and Southern Saturday.................. ......"......... 6.00 p.m. AND SLABS,
a .' The intelligent colored men have There is, therefore, no ground to Georgia, acquiredby For Savannah. Steamer St. Nich- EDGINGS 10 cents per load.

.1 r ''' ;J long since realized that their race estimate the Pope ticket will draw regions.nearly Since twenty then years I have engineering studied in the those offi- olas Friday, Sunday.........,..Wednesday...................and..... 9.00 a. m. ROUGH LUMBER,

4 ;. .- : r ivere simply being used to place these off many Democratic votes, certainly cial report of the preliminary surveys made From Savannah, by the David From $5 to $16 per 31 ft.,
,I I Ij" Clark, Tuesday and Friday........ 6.00 m.
t tu :; yhite leaders in office and retain not 10 per cent. of those who under orders of Gen. Q. A. Gillmore for a For Savannah, by steamer David p. I DRESSED LUMBER according to quality.

q j" : them there. These intelligent col- voted for Hancock and Bloxham in ship canal on a route almost identical with Clark, Tuesday and Friday...... 6.00 p.m. !! ,$12 to $20 per M. feet.
the one suggested by me, and ,have had MALLORY LINE. I. ,
;;44. '_ : bred men are no longer willing to 1880. But in order to make a di- many additional opportunities of becoming For New York direct, by steam- Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.

l :: ;sinister to the interests and ambi- version to enable a straight Republican familiar with the details of the country to ships State of Texas or City of
!h t r, San ,Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
: : ; !!ton of the Republican bosses. Their ticket to be elected it would require be traversed, especially with the St.,:Mary's From New York direct by City of p.m. Mill.
Steam Saw and
river, its outlets, the Okefeenokee and the San Antonio and State of Texas, Planing
their desertion of 25
j is to throw cent.
: ,'r rfirst;( impulse over a per or Upper Suwanee, and of the region, of the every Friday.....>..................... 3.00 p.m.ST. Office foot Centre Street. 8

.\ :;.... 'i :; t carpet-bag leaders and assert 'theIr more of the Democratic votes. The Aucilla and Wacissa rivers, I had the opportunity MARYS RIVER.

1 : .;4 ,:J 1 i L':own right of control. In, order to next question, therefore, will be as of making professionally a recon- For Steamer St. Marys Martha and leaves Crandall Centre,TuESday street- dock- Summer Silks,

i K ::1 :::' ''make;this effectual they wish at once to the policy of making no Republican noissance. Hence I may perhaps be deemed and Friday........................ 2.00 p.m. 40 cents a yard at
I justified in.venturing on an opinion on For St. Marys and Dungeness, on J. & T. KYDD'S.Special .
TM ,
+ J'i : .to become the dominant party. Recognizing nomination and supporting the
your enterprise. For a tide-water canal the Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m.
J': :',.' the fact that they are in.the Pope-Greely ticket. This course is For St. Marys only, :Monday and Cash Sales
?* >* question of summit supply of water does Thursday................................ 8.00a.m. IN
f i if I : I ;;' minority, they, seek to make a recommended by Mr. F. C. Hum- not enter into the points to be ascertained, Steamer Martha arrives-
f, : (combination with the Independents phry the Postmaster of Pensacola hence there may perhaps be found other From St. Marys and Crandall, on AND DOMESTICS,
:Monday and Thursday............? 7.00 a. m. ON
I. I :;:! r hoping thereby to secure recognition and will probably urged by the routes across the peninsula on which tidewater From St., Marys and ,Dungeness, :Monday: Tuesday and Wednesday only,
canal could be carried
across more .
: on and ....
', ; and the fruits of but Mr. office-holders but if Wednesday Saturday. 1.00 p.m. AT
F victory; as leading colored advantageously than on the route mentioned From St.Marys only,Monday and 28 BRO'S.

j : I,' j i, Cheney said, the Independents offer :Republicans oppose it there will bea above; but for any canal, in which lockageis Thursday.................;........; ..... 2.00p.m. MODE

1 4*: : ; : to hold the offices and have the Republicans division in the Republican ranks.. .to be used, the route indicated does com- To Kent.

'1t : ';' r' furnish the votes. We believe the State bine the advantages of directness, least summit FOR RENT.'LARGE The two-story frame residence on Centre
I ; ,Republican devotion, and greatest certainty of a summit street, north side, corner of Eighth street;
0. ii IF : ; We hope that the colored people .Convention will make no nomina- supply of water. DWELLING AND: STORE, conveniently located. Terms liberal.H. .

.;- .,' : will become still further enlightened, .tion, but support the Pope ticket as Of the different means carrying pro- attached, on extensive Alachua yard-room street; suitable and gardens for a I I E. DOTTEREB.

e, ,. t ",ia' :" : i\ and realize that their true interests I affording the only chance for par- duce by water across the peninsula, a tide- large family or boarding-house. Possessioncan MERCHANT TAILOR.R. .
water canal, and next to it a ship canal be given about August 1st.
i !t, : i lie i in co-operation with the Conserv-I tial success, and a part of the bar-
with lockage, such ,as estimated upon by G. McQUITTY
p ative-Democratic: party, which alone i il will be for the DWELLING ON ESCAMBIA STREET,
'a" gain Independents to Gen. .Gillmore, would unquestionably be facing the bay;; has eight rooms, large halls, Has removed his business to the rooms over
l t : has the power and the disposition to i support Blaine. When it comes to most desirable; but if neither of these piazzas, excellent well, etc. the New York Bakery, on Centre street.

: assure them'in all their rights. To should prove feasible on account of heir He has received an assortment of seasonable
this, a part of the Independents will STORE AND DWELLING formerly occu- goods for gentlemen's wear and is preparedto
1 1,, 1;t : i establish a color line, simply as such, abandon the movement and supportthe cost, then a "steam oat and barge canal"with pied by Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street. make them up to, suit all tastes in the
.I' : I locks would seem to be the next best best style.
.* would be the most
j injurious
+ la. ; step : Democratic nominees. ,I I plan under the circumstances, and for sucha For terms, etc., apply to JZS3 Repairing neatly done.
: ; : they could take for their own inter- canal the St. Mary's route would certainly be G. STARK. Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884.

+ i, : r '- ests. : It is natural that they should THE MIRROR is indebted to the the best. But it seems to me that a canal Fernandina, May 2, 1884. Warranty and mortgage Deeds.

1;,,' : desire to throw off their party vassal- Ti.uu.s-Union for special telegrams in through which convoys of barges are to Fine Printing. LINES PAPER-CO GTS. ,PER DOZEN"
'' carry the produce of the Mississippi valleyto sent upon receipt of
u I age, to self-elected leaders who want reference to the Democratic nominations the Atlantic, there to be loaded into Cards. Letter-Heads, Note-Heads, Bill- stamp.
+ e! their votes only to obtain office but Heads, Statements, and every description of MIRROR.
.t at ocean freight steamers vessels, should not
I Chicago :yesterday. or Printing neatly executed at this office. 20 Fernandina, Fla.'f .
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11.i !I ; United States Officers. J/erk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Ctmnty Jud
I : LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U C. Herndon, Sanderson. II I Superintendent of Schools-M.\ L. Paine, Sheriff Clerk-W.R.W.P. Ho Jeter.ford. I Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
1 Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
C t Jr1l.8tet'-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Trea1/rer-J..E. Roberts. 'I Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
j f' RCfocivu-Jolui F. Rollins, Gainesville. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler. Collector of Revenue
*' Martin Talla- Collector of Ret'enu'e-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. -William Tucker.
1 k : Surt'eyor-Gcncral-)1alachi derson. : :A.ssusorofTaxes-'Vm. E. Shuler. I! Assessor of Tlxes-J. J. Newton
a i hassee.r Clerk-Peter Knight, Key West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.II.Jackson. : Superintendent of Schools-
Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker Whitnell
Sheriff A. Demerritt
\ |r f DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. George Key West. .\. Curn.ESC.MBI. -
Assessor of Taxes Walter C. Mahoney Jr. WASHINGTON.
," : { Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judge:-N. C. Shackelford. I County Judge-Wm. B. Jones_

I' 'f3.,1wl-J.' H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of Revenue-:Mason:\ S. Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. ; Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
: l : :: Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry P. York, Lake Butler. Key West. % Sheriff W. II., Hutchinson.. I Sheri, -E. P. Melvin.\

rt ii ;, INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff-W.. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Trea.surer-Thomas J. Miller.\

.r I ; Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Collector of Revenue-Manuel\ :1 Palm s. i Collector:Ret'elUte-John Roche
Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. ,
Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Superintendent of Schools-\. 1. Scarritt. !I Superintendent of Schools
i! ? ; John W. Howell, Fernandina. I. Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina.County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-' WALTON. -D. II. H0rnCALHOUX. .

: Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. .
,f jl ( John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. I County Judge-William Clark.
))1 I' i Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. McLeod.\ I Clerk-James S. Fannin.
BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. I i Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
', I" !, State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory\ City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. ; r'eas1lrer-J. P. Richards.

Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of ReI.'enue'V. l'>. McLeod. I Collector of ReI.'enue-J} 1'.
; Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. nandina. i Assessor Taxes D. L. ,
: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. of Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John\ Bush
Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff-John II. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. I Superintendent of Schools-W. !G.:
Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- "I botham, Callahan. Coxvrel'.
t gianna. County Treasuree-GustsiV Stark .
Key 'Vest.Secretary Fernan- -:::::
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Ret'entle-D. W. McQuaig\ Bre- dina. TEE: OELEBRATEDWOOTON

lahassee.' vard County.Superintendent. ORANGE COUNTY.

w' Comptrollcr-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J.M.\ Beggs, Orlando. -

'I i .1 Troo..surer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-Thos. J. Shine, Orlando. DESKS.
CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W.
Attorney-General-George 1 Raney, Talla- Shine Orlando.
1 J hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jameb:: M.\ Owens, Fort
; Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector. SOLID COMFORT OFFICEPPU.XCE.
f : Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Retenuc-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. n .:
r Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. '

Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks.
t Atljutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. EVERYBODY DELIGhTED!
Collector of 'enue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-E. Harrison, Palatka. WITH THEM.Xo. .

Middleburg. Clerk-" F. Forward, Palatka. ., .
i see.
i Clerk-11. C. Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
i Special Agent-Columbus Drew, AstorBuilding County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A.. J. Woods. .
Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'enue-Joscph Price. S Flat Top
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1 I Sheriff-J. ,Yo Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-'J:."' ,y. use Desks of ordinary

r g. ; SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. _i construction when, for slH.'t.
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!1 'j: .j. i 'Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker,'Perry. the benefit of our can improve 1 have
Sheriff-Green B. Weaver }
r 'J :Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUXTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry. -- ments? Awkward closets and
r f Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, b. side drawers done away with
: Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry i We substitute revolving

,ij ; I I CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Tl'easurCl.-D. S. Sutton, Perry. t a,,, r gpp r which swing with case l .
:4. +< i l First C'ircuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Sztrteyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. touch of the a slight
,i sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Rc 'en1te-J. B. Hardee, Perry. J2: .r ,h .. q li, hand and are

: ; Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas- sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. I,. Henderson.ST. ,; ? ? r,r , p ; 4 thus, enabled to furnish double

I 1 sec Cullcctor of Reven1lc-\Ioses\ J. Brown, JOHN'S COUNTY. g'a' --___ "' -- = the space generally given ons
s ? Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, :Madison.: Jacksonville. "' """ f each side
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ft.. ; ,1 1 l Fourth Circuit-James :M.: Baker, Jackson Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge-M.\ R. Cooper, St. Augus- "'i""j'" ,,11"1"" ,' "'" ; cases are
sell Jacksonville. tine. open, the whole interior is
', : ville.Fifth Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. _:: flooded
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rw j ? Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUXTY. light and all
1 Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Xo. 14 Low Down Roll .
ville. Top
: County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor Taxes A. D. readily reached without -
of St.
+, Rogero,
: Sixth Circuit-II. Mitchell:: Tampa. Clerk-J.\ Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine. change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to

i 1;, ; Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to'a, great variety of desks.
J'I .' Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. rt

L 1 I i Court Calendar.FIRST Collector of Rtt'enue-'V. H. II. :McLeod.: Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THUS: "W"OOTON
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.
: CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
Fall 7''rniSanta SUMTER COUNTY. .
., Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERXAXDO COUNTY. County Judgc-J. It. Steele, Leesburg, Cabinet Office Secretary.
; : ,- Walton, 4th :Monday: in October. Clerk:-Thomas J. Ivejr, Leesburg.
W. L. Frierson Brooks-
County Judge-
r L : Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday: ( ville. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
: in October. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. -
Clerk J. C. Law Brooksville. e 0[
;k.41 -j Washington:: Monday:: after 4th :Monday J. Mickler\ Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Joeph Hutchinson, The most spacious and elegant desk ever pre
Sheriff sented to the business One
in October.{ Sumterville. public hundred and
11 Assessor Taxes 11. J. Brooks- fv ,
of Bradley, i
Jaclson, 3d Monday after,4th Monday in Superintendent of Schools-A. II. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
1 I' ville.Collector ston SumtervilIe. ,.
j October. of Rctelluc-F.\1.Hedich, Brooks -- E r w one lock and key. Especially adapted for 3Ier-
; + a 1 I Esc mbia, Monday in December. SUWANEE Q0
I This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. COUNTY. chants. Manufacturers\ Bankers, Railroad Officials
Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, County Judge M.\ M.\ Blackburn, Live '' A
I'' 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Dade. Oak. s, and Professional. Men generally.

r Spring: Term. THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUXTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. .

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

1 Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor Collector of Taxes Ret'cnue'Yilson-G. W.Urusted,Welborn. IVootoii Cabinet Office Secretary.. ADDRESS
r 1 I Isaac Craft of H. Sessions,
; April; Sheriff Tampa.
: I Maijison} 2d Monday in April. ..bsessorof Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON ]DESK] MANUFACTURING CO.
i Hamilton, 4th Monday\ in April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Live Superintendent Oak. of Sclwols-.T. 0. C. Jones ,

,I SuWanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. INDIANAPOLIS, IXD., U. S. A.
.1 I in April.Commbia. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.
:: 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

r. : in April. JEFFERSOX. prise.

,1 1' I: Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th :Monday County Judge-W. B. Lamar, :\Monticello. Clerk-John. Dickins, Enterprise. SEWINGMACHINES.
# ; in Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. ------- -- -
1 Sheriff T. B. Simkins, :Monticello.: .
I Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen -
Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello.
1' fray 10r, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday\ in Superintendent- of ,Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. :"J;;,'.:I -,,iY. '4.,'.", ,tt.. ,."* 1'i'. _".... E
l October. Monticello. Collector of Re 'C11ue-P. :X. Bryan, Glen 1; r-.i':.: ,.,,'-:; J" -"__ t i t tF 1t'
I ,; Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurcl''V. M. Girardeau, Mon Cove. -:--",' '""...i 'If" 1'>.,,',t. ,'.:., ..,' ."J& "",.}' I

;i .- Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, .. ...."' ,. ," ,j I .. ....... /it-1 !i
: Su\ -annee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Enterprise. ;. ;: '
$ Collector of Jetcnue-J. H. Tucker, Mon:: : : :tr
October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday\ Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville. .

.f i[ October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Al ligood, Crawfordville. I
Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday\ LAFAYETTE COUXTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA
"''I 1 in October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts !
County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. ,
V I FOURTH CIRCUIT Crawfordville.
I t Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. IMPROVEMENT\ COMPANY.\
Sprinij Term-
g, e '1 Johns Clerk-Neal McAlpin:: New Troy. County TrCa81.lrer'V. W. Walker, Craw- l'O'VN
J 1 St. 2d Tuesday in March.\ fordville.
++; Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Collector of Revenue-R.C.McMillan,Crawford -
; Bradford, Tuesday in April. Troy. ville. Fcriiamliiia,
t, Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- h

? j Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line
Collector 'entle-Adelbcrt S.
of Ackley,
;' : Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Old Town. SANTA ROSA.
Fall Term- And Cedar
County Judge-John Chain. Key.
; Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend,
St. Tuesday September.
f; New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
I I Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Robinson.
r } Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUXTY.
County -Wm. P. Byrd Tallahassee. Collector of RftJC11Ue'v. J. Williams.
I Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Judge {
s) : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

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

Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. \ r, b .lti
1' Term
Spring r
'Treasurer-.T. L. Tallahassee. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes for .
,' t ,; Sumter, 3d Monday in March.\ Demilly Clerk-S. J. Pearce. or .
+ Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M.Bowen.::
Marion, 4th Monday\ in March.t'F \ Suburban __
hassee. City or Residences, =
: ;t. t Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th :Monday in Treasurer-F. F. Beville. ...1e
;' .farch.c \ Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Relenue-J. D. Filles. 5

Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS.\ .
c; ; ''March. LEVY COUXTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.DADE. O

fir Alachua, 4th :Monday: after 4th :Monday i in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to t:
II' J. S. Parker Bronson. ctut'
; :March. Sheriff; 1. 1t
t 'J Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell Bronson. County Judge-Allen Heyser. 4s
r Fall Term- ,
parties engaged in indus-
'I 1t+ i Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of. RezentleB.. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P.'W. Faulkner. manufacturing or. SOfe

Marion\ 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Wm.M.3lattaur. rial enterprises, who will erect the 'I
Schools J. B. \ Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. on prop-
;, Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Menden-
hall Bronson. Collector of Ret'entle-'Vm. H. Benest.
{ Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
Alachua, 1st :Monday after 4th Tuesday in L MADISON COUXTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest.

$ Tfovember. County.Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. residence, or in which to conduct theiibusiness.

;' SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. ,
I Spring. Term- son.Sheriff :-S. A. Parrimore, :Madison.: Clerk-Frank Philips. .
1 po. Orange, 4th Monday in January. Clerk-John:: Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. RTIGULAft.PtrlN
j I Volusia 3d \ in fECT
Monday February. Schools Samuel J. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
Superintendent of Perry, Trea.surer-James E. Hearn. pA
4c', ., .t \ Brevard, 1st :Monday in March. Madison. Collector of Revenue-John B. Anderson. EVERi NEVER

r.;rt 1 4 r Dade, 3d Monday\ in April. County 7rca.surer-8. S. Smith, :Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from OUT or ORDER.NWHi .
+ } ? -1 .Fall Term- Collector of Revenue B. D. Wads worth Schools Samuel I.
Superintendent J.Erwin.
: 2d \ in '
Orange, Monday August. :Madison.: taxation, offered by the several cities and
l' : Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, ::Mad FRANKLIN. fi
: Brevard 4th Monday in September. ,ison.' Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to
.a F'' .., : ,I Dade, 2d Monday in No.cmber.I' .
f l, MANATEE COUXTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS, ,
I' Sheriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
County Judge Z..T. Crawford, Manatee.
4 t : County Officers': Clerk-Robert-S. Griffith, :Manatee. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. ,. Office, cor. Beach &7th sts. 0\\\CAG'o oSANGF P \.ANlg

r t, c '1 \LCIIU..County.fudgeJunius \. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Ret'enlle-Geo e A. Patton. ILL. MASS. GA-

C. Gardner, Gaines Assessor of Taxes"'. F. Parrish, Braden; Assessor of Taxes F. J. Egbert. -. '! FOR SALE: BY
Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.
,t ville.Clfrk. town. J! ;;, '

.: 1 -J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. .\
S. C. Tucker Arredondo. ,Popash. HOTEL YORK.
Sheriff Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. IN NEW
tJ Assessor of. Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines Superintended of Schools-Felix J. Seward:,. Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. ,

,.m e. Pine Level. Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. Persons visiting New York for health, busine s
., Collector of Revenue-II.C. Denton, Gaines MARION COUXTY. Treasurer-A.. Smith. ,. or pleasure will find first-class accommodations atIILLEIt'S
'.,;: ',;, :\ central, near
HOTEL. Location
ville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall Ocala. Collector ... f;
Y of Revenue R.M. Morgan. .- ,, elevated and excellent
4 '. horse cars. Nice rooms, :
-,1 Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. table moderate prices; Turkish Eleetrio and
I ; Gainesville. Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. Roman baths. Address I>K. K. 1'aillXEII9: !
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-- CITY TAX SALE.roTICB SEA ISLAND ROUTE. RAILROADS. For information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at Thoraasville daily at...... 6:45 a m

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Albany daily at..............11:30 a m
"N the following: described real l estate will TIME CARD dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a m
.. lInt public auction on the 7th day of JL OF THE sonville. Arrive at New Orleans daily at.?.10:10 a in

Jai be f v?. 1 'l li front of the Court house at GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Arrive at Nashville daily at............ 8:10 a m
1' -il in the county of Nassau, or so FLORIDA RAILWAY&XAYICATIOX C03IPASY.. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m .
Jer1t'thcreofas will be necessary to pay thenfltmts Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 pm'
due l for taxes herein set opposite tofhciaiue In Effect May 10th, 1884. CENTRAL &WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at.?......... 7:50 a m
: together with costs of sale and ad- Inland Steamboat Co. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 7:00 a m

'crti-ing: TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION.FEBNANDINA WESTWARD. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this
-- --- aowNER. ( TO CEDAK KEY.) No. 1. N o. 3. Train to Chattanooga via Jesup.
r 1 Pullman Palace
Accom. Mail. Sleeping Cars Gainesvilleto
_ LOT. g r .UIO'T. NO HEATI-ISTO! DUSTBUT !I (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Leave Jacksonville....... 8.35 a in 5.55 p m Savannah.

GOING Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.12 a m 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom

---- ... ..... ............. 77 I;:,i 4 01 SOUTH.Day Pas.11't Pas. Leave Baldwin............ 9,18 a m 7.45pm Sleeping Cars on this Train Washington..
I';.r3.(il'XC.tlJt1.. :\li"s. G7rt. ((0.1)? ) .. 3.......... _'> &5: A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque A.M. P.M. "" Lake City...........10.44am 11.04pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -

( apu... .. .. ... 4........... _.) 85 Leave Fernandina.................. G.40 4.25 Lh.eOak..11.40 a m 1.30 p m to Savannah.
.. .. .. ... G........... 2 1 91Ilndidd Sea Islands. Leave,Hart's Road Junction... 7.10 5.03 "" Madison ............ 1.08 P m 3.45am Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to

Sa.n ...... ...... G......... 40 11 75 Arrive Callahan...............:.... 7.55 G.04 Monticello ......... 1.40pm 5.30am Louisville Thomasville.A .
Fur? Island -- Leave Callahan..................... 8.05 G.30 Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.25 pm 8.14 a m Restaurant has been opened at Way-

1,1 IJ,i'1\'<-:C\'.Jo. G.d.re() .............. .2........... 25 7 29i. Leave Dutton.................. ..... 8.35 7.05 Leave" Tallahassee......... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m cross, and abundant time will be allowedfor
.1" P.r"I'.. -.,,Gf j(;', It:. B@-A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICEa Leave Brandy Branch............ 8.50 7.22 Quincy............. 4.35pm 10.30 am meals by all passenger trains.
TL." tntck\! roadbed. 40 40 Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.10 7.47 Arrive Chatta. River.... 5.45 p m 12.23 a m Connecting at Savannah with steamers by

mtiin.L 1'. It I'.. 7.293; ft -- Leave Baldwin....................... 9.20 8.30 New York, Philadelphia Boston and Balti
F. 'f'J''tr'lC'k and road-bed 36 !91 Leave Maxville.................... 9.47 9.00 EASTWARD.No.. :N o. 4. more.

!- Frank..?.......... 14......... 33 3 8"II THE STEAMER Leave Highland...................10.07 9.25 Mail. Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor
n."...1 hes, 1 t I.I............... N 1.-l 0?...,5? 7 4\ Leave Lawtey........................10.20 9.45 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
hounsou; .. ,. S.(157G( ).......... -.1 9 4 2Jt Leave,Temple's....................10.36 10.14 Quincy ..............11.5').. a 111 3.1- pIn Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
I'.ou ,, U".. (1'S2)( : ).......... 1'>......... '' 9)/I 3\3 Leave Starke.......................10.42 10.25 Arrive 1'allahassee..12.55 p rn 4.50 pIn and Checked Steamship connections, and Baggage

.. U {(1 1-81); ).......... 12......... 9 10 D3 Leave Thurston.....................10.54 10.43 Leave Tallahassee ......? 1.05 p m 5.20 p m and sections through. Also Sleeping Car berths
1. .. (051):; ).......... .25......... 1G 1 2150 Arrive Waldo.......................11.14 11.15 Monticello-........ 1.40 pm 6.30pm Astor's secured at Company's office in
H ((15S1); ).......... .18......... 2150 Leave Waldo........................11.25 1.15 Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55 pm Building, 84 Bay street, and at De-
r.. .. ((1 S3))...........1_"......... I". 03 .. ,, !. P.M. Live Oak............ 5.00 p m 12.10 a m pot Ticket Steamers Office, and on board People'sLine a
.. .. ............2.3...........C 1 13 28 :.,: -,< Leave Gainesville................12.10 2.10 Lake City........... 6.02 p m 2.30 a m and JENME LANE.II. B. PLANT: CHATTAHOOCHEE

'u .j ; .......... 18......... 13 72 Leave Arrcdondo.......... ........12.28 2.36 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.39 pIll 5.38 a m JAS.

.....co'tt. JI.: C..... ........1..S 8?.... 40 454 ST. NICHOLAS Leave Palmer........ ..............12.41 2.55 Leave Baldwin........... ............ ............ General L. TAYLOR, .
11'i3lianisun! :'1. J.... ...... G........... 22 G 50i'nnnwii..x. Leave Archer,.....................12.55 3.17 Arrh.eJacksonville....... 8.23pm 7.35am )I. IVES Passenger Agent.A. I
; .. ............13......... 1 2 10 FERNANDINA EVERY :11 ON- Leave Bronson....................... 1.44 4.00 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains and 4 will Agent.

'.. .............t...... ......... 1 5 19 LEAVES Friday mornings. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.24 4.45 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but
.1 ..... :, 2 311 Returning, leaves SAVANNAH, foot of Leave Rosewood ................... 3.04 5.25 will run Mondays. BOOTS AND SHOES.ATEW
./ ..... !: 755 Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday Arrive Cedar Key.................. 3.30 6.00 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto .

.. .....: 4 54 mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. GOING :NORTH. Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
a. 2 30 Jacksonville to New Orleans daily. TJIE STORE.E .- .
Day Pas. M Pas.
." ..... 1 78 For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO JIclr'Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
A.M. P.M. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
-' ..... 158 Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.35 G.40 Central and
u ..... 2 30 Leave Rosewood................... 8.07 7.15 Western Division.ST. :: W. F. WOOD, Jr., SC

../ .....-.7..2. 158'U Points in Florida, Cuba, :Mexico, Leave Otter Creek................. 8.38 8.00 MARK'S BRANCH.
..... 158 Leave Branson........... ........... 9.15 8.45 > Proprietor } EJ
44. ..... : 158 apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull Leave Archer ........................ 9.45 9.25 (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.: ) ,
..... : 1 58 and Bryan streets, Savannah. Leave Palmer .......................10.01 9.50 Leave Tallahassae...................... ... 8.00 a mArrh.e'Vaku1Ja.
44rs ..... 3 35 Brunswick either will be Leave Arredondo..10.15 10.40 ............................. 9.05 a 111 C> 0T

t ..... 3 98 transferred at St.passengers Simon's by Steamer way Ruby. Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.45 Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30 a m
t, ...... 2 57 Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri- Arrive Waldo....... .. ............11.23 12.40A. Leave St. Mark's........................10.00 a. 111 4
...... 257 val will be at risk of consignee.F. M. Arrive Wakulla............................10.25 a m :e: .
(4' ............. 7 1Gt. Arrive Tallahassee .................... .
.... .. 8..52 W. SIMMONS, Agent, Leave Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 ? 11.30 a m "
T (Old Town)?... 11......... g 1 (3.3 Fernandina, Fla. Leave Thurston...................11.5G 2.30 S S

4'... (lId Town)......5........... 11 152t C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, Leave Starke..........................12.30 2.47 I CONNECTIONS.At .
.. ( lId TowJl)...'18........... 1 2 83 Savannah, Ga. Leave Temples ....................12.37 2.57P. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for ANDS
Old Town ..... ......... 1 2
( ) ,,12. 14 J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. )1. all points North and East; with the Fernan-

--'- Leave Lawtey.....................12.58 3.23 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- S -
: C. WESTBERG., Leave Highland..................... 1.14 3.45 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
i 1 City Tax Collector. THE SUN. Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
rcf-nandina: Fla., June 10, 1884. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Peninsular lila: a: I

--1 J NEW YORK 1S84.ABOUT Leave Baldwin..................... 2.05 5.40 Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
SHERIFF'S SALE. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 G.OO nandina, Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. 0 CC >

VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 6.15 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida
sixty million copies of THE SUN
EY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth Arrive Callahan..................... 3.10 G.GO &Western Railroad.At .
judicial Circuit, in and for the county of during the past gone twelve out of months.If our establishment. Leave Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch > {{ Fernandina, }} :E
Nassau: Florida in favor of Sylvania W. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.05 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
were to paste end to end all the
administratrix of the you Fernandina................. 4.38 8.40 urdays.At .
Jones! estate of John columns of all THE SUNS printed and sold I Arrive :B: -{ Cor. Centre & Third. Sifr
Ji.) Jo ics, deceased, and against William K. Chattahpochee River, with the Pensa-
last year you would get a continuous feS- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
Soutt.-r of
executor the estate of JamesT. .
of information Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR
So otter, deceased: I will offer for sale and strip interesting common sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
wisdom sound doctrine and
sense sane $ TIlE NEW STORE.-
Louisville and all
points West Southwest
ell in front of the Court-House of said ,
county, in the city of Fernandina, Florida, wit long enough to reach from Printing DIVISION. and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
House to the top of Mount Copernicus -
on the first :Monday in July, 1884, all the in square the moon, then back to Printing (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.) Columbus and Eufaula. Professional and Business Cards.
rights, title and interest of the heirs, legatees The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
House and then of
square three-quarters GOING SOUTH.
all West.Through .
or representatives of said James T. Soutter points
: ,
the back to the moon again. Pas. Xt
deceased, in,anil to the following lands and But way The Sun is written for the inhabitantsof Day Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths W. K.: 1JAUKMGIIT.
tenements real situated and in P.M. A.M. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
the estate being the earth ; this same :strip of intelligence Leave Waldo......................;12.01 1.00 and at new office southwest corner of Bay AGENT. S
of Nassau, State of Florida and
county would girdle the globe twenty-seven or Leave Dixie.........................12.22 1.30 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
designated upon the maps or public surveysas twenty-eight times. Leave Hawthorne............ ....12.38 1.53 I A. O. MAcDONELL AND STOCK DEALER,
North Section Range|((15k( :) ;fifteen East. ,Purchaser Township to((1)) one for, If every buyer of a copy of The Sun during Leave Lochloosa..................12.58 2.23 '\ Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, BUTCHER ANDDealer

title. JOHN A. ELLERMANN pay the past year has spent only one hour Leave Orange Lake............... 1.22 2.53 Fernandina, Fla.C. in Ice
> [ Sheriff over it, and if his wife or his grandfather Leave Sparr's......................... 1.38 3.12 W. MAXWELL,
FJa." 31 Nassau.Countv.Fcrnandina. has spent another hour this newspaper in Leave Anthony Place............ 1.51 3.28 Master of Transportation, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,
: May 1884.SUEItIFk
I 883 has afforded the human race thirteen Leave Silver Spring............... 2.25 Baldwin, Fla. BROOM STREET WHARF,

.'S SALE. thousand years of steady reading day and Leave Ocala............................ 2.45 4.20 D. MAXWELL, 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
T>Y : OF AN night.It Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.28 5.10 General Superintendent.
JL) the Circuit is only by little calculations like these Arrive Oxford....................... 3.45 5.29 Fernandina, Fla. .
.IuJi Mwloutpf<'il\: ( in and for Court, Fourth that you can form any idea of the circula- Leave Wildwood................... 4.00 5.50 JAMES McGIFFIX,
Circuit, the of
N'it-iau: riorvLl l in favor of Noah county tion of the most popular of American newS- Arrive Leesburg.................... 4.35 6.30 AND BUILDER
S. Green, papers, or of its influence on the opinionsand Savannah, Florida and Western CONTRACTOR
of A'anah GOING :NORTH.
tkicjestate Green, deceased -
actions of American and
men women.
: and against William K. Soutter, ad- The Sun is and will continue be A.M. P. M. RAILWAY.WAYCROSS Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
'iwibtntor: of the estate of James T.Soutter. to a, Leave Leesburg...................... G.50 5.35
which tells the truth without
irt-ftise'l I Will offer for sale and sell in fear newspaper of Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 6.35 SHORT LINE.All FERNANDINA, FLA.
front of the Court House of said county, in consequences, gets at the Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 6.53
facts how Orders and estimates from distance
matter much the
no a carefully -
Hie city1 of Fe'rnandiiifi; : Florida; on the first process Leave Lake Weir Station...... 7.49 7.17 trains of this road are run by Central
which the of all the world attended to. 25-tf
Monday in July; 18ll, all the rights, title without presents waste of words news and in the most Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.29 I ((90th) 'Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
and interest the hjirs. legatees or repre- readable Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 slower than Jacksonville time.ON .
shape is with all
H-ntativcs of fcaid; James T. Soutter in and to its heart for the of working honest Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.19 A. T. BARNHILL & SONS,
tic! ( following! lands and real estate:: lyingand ment, and which therefore believes that govern-the Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.39 and after Sunday, May 11, 1884, Pas-
being in the county of Nassau, State of Republican party must and in the Leave Orange Lake...........:.... 9.40 10.03 Trains will leave and arrive as Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,
orida: and describpfl l the go. go
on official maps Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.43 follows:
coming our 1884.
,* surveys us the N;W J of N E i 1, S E i of If year know The Sun,, like it Leave Hawthorne..................10.23 11.15 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. FERNANDINA: FLA.,

X E land ,S W i of N W i of Section ((1)) and you you will read it with you accustomed already dili-, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35A. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 8:30: a m

"Township (1)) are N, It 23E., Purchaser gence and profit during what is sure to be M. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m locksmiths, Onn and Locksmiths,
1(1( l pay: for title.} the most interesting year in its history. If Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15: a m

; JOHN A. ELLERMANN.Sh'eriff you do not yet know The Sun it is high S-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Waycross: daily at..11:01 a m Carriage and Sllipsmiths. .
Nassau County. time you get in the sunshine. Night Passenger daily. Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 3:17 p m \
1'crnandina, Fla., May 31, 1884. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p m

SIC RIFF''S SALE.UXDfill P. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m REP DONE IN ALL BRANCH-

Arrive at Pensacola daily at........11:45 p m at reasonable rates..
AND; BY VIRTUE OF AN TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.The GOING SOUTH. Arrive at Mobile daily at.............. 4:45 a m Orders for SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINTING .

'tturt Fourth Judicial issued Circuit out of, for the Nassau Circuit several editions of The Sun are sent Leave Fernandina...................... 6.00 p. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at......10:10 a m will be promptly attended to, one of

l"(>rimy, in atuitin: said Court determined, by mail, postpaid, as follows: Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.36 p. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa- the members of the firm being a first-class
Wherein! J. C.:Read' is plaintiff: and John 0. DAILY-50 cents a month, $G a year; with Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 7.40 p. m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
itonald Sunday edition, $7.SUND.trEiglit cola. Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- Painter. 23
defendant, I have levied upon and GOING :NORTH. Pullman Buffet and
Mississippi points.
will cell at ijiblic auction, in front of the pages. This edition fur- Leave Jacksonville...................... 7.10a.m. Cars this train Jacksonville to
'"urt-llouse' in the city of Fernandina, during nishes the current news of the world, spe- Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.12 a. m. Pensacola Sleeping Mobile on and New, Orleans.FAST C. C. STRATTON & CO.
; the legal hours; of sale, on the first cial articles of exceptional interest to every- Arrive Fernandina..................... 8.50a.m. ,
Monday J in August, being the fourth day ofvid body, and literary reviews of new books of jjiJ"Trains daily except Sunday. MAIL.
Jacksonville .......... 2:30
mouth, the following described lands the highest merit. $1 a year. Leave daily p m OF MACON GEORGIA
SUNDAY EXCURSION. Jacksonville daily] at...... 2:10
levied WEEKLY-$1 a Eight of the Arrive at p m
upon as the propertyof John 0. year. pages Leave Jacksonville.....................
!)'JIlaltl best matter of the daily issues an Agricul- 9.00p.m. Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 3:10 p m
: E of NE J of NE J, Section 30mrnohip ; Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a. m.
tural Arrive at daily at-......... 5:05 m
of Waycross
Department unequaled value p
2 X, Range ;25 E; E i of Section spe-- Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. ,
'. Township cial market reports, and literary scientificand Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m HAVE Fla. the authorized
j X. Mange 25 E-220 acres; Arrive Jacksonville................... 6.25p.m.
iMt'> domestic Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 m
7 and S in Block G, Callahan;. S i of intelligence make The Weekly p Agents to contract for the sale of their
s(rtnI S Sun the newspaper for the farmer's house- Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
?' of NE AV of NW *, NE *
Ii *
hold. To clubs of ten with $10 extra CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Washington, D.C.daily atll:00 m
: j5 ', *wrti n3 Township 2 N Range 25 an p
1': copy free. Address Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .
\\r..J V1j! acres mare of less : also, fractional :
J I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, Connecting at Waycross with ,Through
'I' Nation Township; p2 N, Range 25 E-- FERNANDINA,.FLA.,
1j a'rp. n1Rro ot' lc-s. The Sun, New York City. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room wishing to purchase will get all information -

Terms ash, purchaser paying for title. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars, Waycross to New York with- as regards prices from them.

,JOHN) A. ELLERMANN, UNIVERSITY HOTELSEWAXEE for New York on Thursday. out change. Samples of different qualities and stylescan
Sheriff Nassau Countv.. With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. be seen at the office of

'ornandina, Fa.! June 28, 18S4. and Brunswick, daily except Sunday. Leave Jacksonuille! daily at-......... 5:30 p m MODE BRO'S,
_._.. TENS.MAY AT CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m 20 Fernandina.

In the Cirt'ui Court Fourth Ju- and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at.-..._..... 6:20 p m

h'inl Circuit: 'Nassau County and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 9:00 p m CURTIS 4fc CO. .
h'Iorida 884. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.15 p m
i BALDWIN, FLA., ........ 6:57
Leave :Newnansville daily ut p ESTATE ,
AXE To and from Jacksonville Tallahassee AGENTS
)I. :MOOllE, :\ Leave :New Branford daily at-...... 8:20 p m REAL .
and all points South West and Northwest ST. MARY'S GEORGIA
: v*. ;U DIVORCE. HOTEL, NEWLY BUILT AND Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m ,
-..11I *"V/v'lti I THIS will be opened on the 1st of Arrive at DuPont daily at.............12:10 a in
1 T AJTEAllINTr, FROM AFFIDAVIT June for the reception of Summer Visitors. To and front AT Palatka HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at.............. 2:25 a m Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated Exchanges -
file that Kerniah Moore the defendant Situated on the Cumberland plateau, in the daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p mArrive effected.
.riles i d.1 beyond the lhm'ts of, the State ofMnni domain of the University of the South, and WILDWOOD. at Macon aihat..-............ 7:00 a In Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
Lands and Plantations] from 5 to
lorn l With Line and from Brooksville acres 5,000
Stage to
solliat :"rdinary cannot be within six miles of the Southern Chautauqua Arrive Atlanta daily at..12:23 p m
Capon 1,in\", now therefore process it is 01'I'n"l grounds at Mont Eagle. it offers unusual at- and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m acres for sale.N.B."St.3lary's.

that. a hearing I bu 'had the facts tractions for Summer Visitors. CEDAR :KEY, FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at-......... 1:25 a in having been selected
"t&tl''e.1 i mpbmant's's hill upon of The passenger trains on the Nashville & With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a _m as the terminus of the Atlantic] &Mississippi
'1atii: {.111 :t\\11 tm'.l cause on the complaint fist )IonItl -, Chattanooga Railroad connect AT COWAN West and Havana,-every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Cincinnati! daily at........ 7:00 a m Canal (under the survey made for Government -
'i;,. 'I'tob i r Ixt.Ju with the Tracy City Railroad to Sewanee. Orl.3ns.every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m by General Gillmore), charters for the

1 .1411S[) 1))J. BAKER Jnd e. _,22" The cliarges will be-per day, $2.00; Havana every Friday : from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p m construction of which having been grantedby
ue :--itli.lm1.\ I ; !. 31-3111 per week, $10.00 ; per month, 40.00 ; for the every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:30 a m the United States Government and the
season, {three months), per month, $35.00. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at...........12:20 p m Legislatures of Georgia and Florida'a large
A n.: Itcnt. for and from Key West. Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at.........12:40 p m. increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe
store and lwcllingon;, Centre street. AddressUNIVERSITY HOTEL CO., Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m confidently looked for." (See New York

tq.J. A. ELLERMANN.i 29, Sewanee Tenn. and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Sun, 27,-3-83.) '
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,L tf THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JULY 12, 1884. .,: <'-,-<,: '.
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I n : ;I. ; J "., ,;r -
;apt The Republican District Convention. Change of Schedule. vile ; Joseph H Tabt, New York ; T W : .' '

HI, :l Tp FLORIDA MIRROR. A complete change of schedule goes into Steel. Citra ; W B Denham. South Florida, : rr : .
'1 l' THE MACHINE AGAIN TRIUMPHANT BISBEE B H Harter, and lady Miss Harter Ocala ;
NOMINATED ON THE FIRST BALLOT. effect at midnight t -morrow on the Central :Miss lIitchelIiss Tuttle Miss Rowling, .
i 1. t: l'i ; ,t.oJ A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS and Southern Divisions of the Florida Rail- Mr Rowling Brunswick; J A Harris, Ocala;
; :-._ On Wednesday the assembling of the Republican way&Navigation Company's System. After A W Sinclair, Rochester New York? ; THE

94k ;+ .Reflections. i District Convention of the Second to-morrow, the south-bound day passenger

.. ." i, Congressional District of Florida drew to- train will leave Fernandina at 10.05 a. m., Range of ThermometerFOR "WONDERFULHOOPER

,J1*r i4$+ .: ::' Ex-Mayor t C. A. Haley left on the State of gether the leading spirits of the Republicanparty arriving at Callahan at 11.20 a. m., Baldwin THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 11,
I in this district. There was the active HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.
,.r *ib : ':Tex for the North, Thursday. 12.30 p. m., Gainesville 3.41 p. m., and Cedar.
Cheney, who always had too irons in
,;," 4' ;' M -. J. A' Harris, of Ocala was registered many Key 6.40 p. m. The night passenger train I c c
4 the fire at one time Durkee the shrewd
; will leave Fernandina J'I I I WindMARINE.
week. at 4.38 p.m., arriving.at |I .
] at tle Strathmore this eui
) .
and handsome and c.o
foreseeing, genial ; Hig- Callahan at 6.14 Baldwin 7.45 I 1r- ,-. n : FORCE PUMP.THE
p.m. p.m. .
:: [, Messrs. Samuel A. Swann and F. B. Papy, gins, the silent, with an' eye always to the 881
Gainesville 1.53 and Cedar 6.10
a. m., Key
returned this week from New York. Saturday....July 5 78 89 90 S. W.
main chance in harness
j I .. never kicking ; the next morning. Sunday ...-......... 6 78 88 89 86 S. ,, .
,,. ; 'W. f Dj;. C. J. Kenworthy, of Jacksonville, Howell, the solid, who keeps Nassau in or- The north-bound day passenger will leave I I Monday _........y. 7 177 86 I 84 82 I S. E. BEST'VEI.LPU)1P
last der and himself in training for the arena Tuesday....July 8 84 83 81 W.e .
..sirriyed i in I Ir the city Thursday. Cedar Key at 7.35 a.'m., arriving at Gaines- I IN.
... the of Gabriel Wednesday....... 9 76 82 80 E.Thursday..10 MADE.UNEQUALED .
s The young people celebrated the Fourth patiently awaiting trumpet ; ville 10.35 a. m., Baldwin 2.03 p. m., Callahan 77 81 S. E.

'. ,.. ,, of July by a hop at the Strathmore on Greeley, the good, banker and philanthropist 3.13 p. m., and Fernandina at 4.38 p. m. Friday..............11 76 Iso _182 801 s. W.
I in the difficult feat of
now engaged trying -
' (Amelia Beach. The night passenger will leave Cedar Key at

,'., ., The steamer Thos. Collyer arrived here to mingle oil and water; Joe Lee, the 7.50 p. m., arriving at 'Gainesville at 11.34p. FOR SPRINKLING GARDENS,
black Demosthenes of Florida all
Thursday evening with an excursion party .m., Baldwin 4.50 a.m.,Callahan 6.50 a.m.,
there and all their old familiar Port of Fernandina.
occupying WINDOWS
from Brunswick Ga. and Fernandina at 8.40 a. m. ,ETC
I" places on the machine. And there also in HIGH WATER.

Mrs. W. R. Wilson, and Misses Jennie war paint and feathers, was the chief of the FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD. Saturday, July.. 12..10:43 A.l\{. 11:00 p.M.
Tallahassee Trains on this road will leave hereafter Sunday, 13.1126 11:46 ('
land Fannie Wilson, of are as A MINIATURE
f Alachuas, the little giant, Dennis. 'It was a 'Monday u 14...... 0:00" 0:17"
: ,, j guests at the Strathmore. lovely sight, worth going for to see. The follows: For Jacksonville, daily except Sunday Tuesday, 'I 15...... 0:40": 1:12"

Cleveland for at 7.30 o'clock a. m.; from Jacksonville 16...... 1:39" 2:13.. .. FIRE DEPARTMENTEXAMINE
; w *'The nomination of Grover pegs had all been fitted to their proper holes Wednesday, :
daily, except Sunday, at 5.00 o'clock, arriving Thursday u 17...... 2:40": 3:17: i'
ratified the
be people
; ;j the presidency will by and in spite of the Alachua ripple, the ma- .. "
here at 6.40p.( in. On Sundays two Friday, 18...... 3:46: 4:23":
I at the polls in November next. chine moved right along to its appointed
I trains will be run, leaving here at 7.00 a. m. SAMPLEAT
..' :i The Independent ticket will not be received work-the nomination of Horatio Bisbee, ENTERED.
with that unanimity by the Republicans Jr., for Congress.Hon. and 5 p. m.; leaving Jacksonville 9.10 a. m. July 5-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- :
,4 and 6.55 p. m.-the former arriving here at nah with to F. W.
as.their leaders would make it appear. J. C. Greeley, chairman of the Dis- ; passengers
10.35 a, m., and the latter at 8.20 p. m. Simmons, agent.
trict Committee called the convention to
; Attention is called to the local notice of The new schedule is very convenient for 8-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan- FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.CIDER .
order. At this Mr. Dennis skir-
point began nah : freight and passengers to
Rays! sail line. The schooner Amelia P. i our citizens that the Jacksonville
W. Simmons
.i mishing, which he continued throughoutthe agent.
.! Schmidt f will leave New York for Fernandina day, or rather until the first ballot was I mail will not reach this city until o'clockin 8-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Pa-

on Thursday next. the afternoon, via Baldwin. latka.
ordered, when himself and his delegation, 0-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 .
The closing exercises of the St. Joseph'sAcademy .. ..
with two exceptions, retired from the con- Cholera.Gen. tons, New York ; freight and '
: in this city, will take place at the vention. Remedy for passengers, to R. Southwick, .....,.. In ,_ ,.
Jordan, of the Mining Record says: ,. .
and Wednesday evenings '
Convent Tuesday agent.
on Samuel Petty of Nassau, was chosen tem- "A tablespoonful of chloroform in about 10 S. S. of Palatka Vogel Pa- ;
City : :
15th and 16th.
pa next, July iT. : : ; ..
M ; I porary chairman, and Mr. J. Cretchell, of four times as much water is an infalliblecure latka. : : < ,: ;

;'; .1.. b mss Sallie Williams daughter of our Volnsia, temporary secretar)'; for cholera. A doctor who had livedin 10S.; P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- ,"A.r ,

s f esteemed fellow townsman M. A. Williams, Committees on permanent organization, nah ; with passengers, to F. W. '.:.," ,
Mobile, Ala, and had great success in Simmons
whim has been quite ill for some time, we on resolutions, and to select District Com- cholera agent. ,'..'.. .'
i curing people during a epidemic CLEARED.
.i are glad to state is recovering. mittee, were appointed after which the
,. t there told me about.it. When, in the Cuban July 7-S. P. St. Nicholas, TJsina Savan-
f Mr. MacWilliams, the Democratic Presidential convention adjourned until 3 p. m. revolution, I went to Cuba to help organizethe nah ; with passengers, by F.W.

Elector from this district, was in the At the appointed hour the delegates, reporters insurgent army, I. had a chance to try Simmons,agent.

' i city:; during the week. In an interview he and outsiders wended their way backto the remedy, for cholera. epidemic broke 9-S. Charleston.S. City of Palatka, Vogel,

l stated that he would resign the postmastership the hall. out the first "
among troops. My experimentwas 9-S.. P. St. Nicholas, Usina. Savannah -
at Italia. The convention was called to order, and on a negro who was in the last stages.It ; with passengers, by F.W. !

L ':N t The nomination of Grover Cleveland to the committees not being able to report, on cured him and hundreds after him. Simmons, agent.

: t"" the presidency is a platform in itself. Gov- motion of :Mr. Dennis. Hon. C. A. Cowgill, When we marched the officers carried bot- 10 Schr.New Fannie York E.lumber Wolston.by Hilliard Marr,

+ of reform of Putnam, was invited to kill time by making tles of chloroform and if ;
,ernor Cleveland is the symbol a man fell out sick & Bailey.10Schr. REFINED

4. :of honesty, and of economy in the administration a speech, which he proceeded to do, with cholera, the remedy was applied and Flora Condon, French,
though excusing himself, on account of poor Philadelphia; lumber by L. A.
:' of public affairs. he was able to resume his place. I have AND
: health, from speaking at length. He made seen men lying by the roadside in a state of Davis & Bro.
The news of Cleveland's nomination was 10-Schr. Jas. A.Woodhouse, Herrick
the usual stereotyped allusions to the grandold almost dead. An officer would New York lumber by L. CRABAPPLECI
''received with general satisfaction in this collapse, ;
,,4't : \ party, and to the greatest statesman Bucki &; Son.
ride dismount and the
the up apply remedy,
''city. The general feeling all over country -
11-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina Savan-
America has produced, Dennis assisting him ,
ifs is that John Kelly has domineered the and before the column had passed the man nah; freight and passengers by ::ID EJ :FI.-

''. party long enough, and ought to be set by his peculiarly pertinent and impertinent would be in the ranks again." It would be F. W. Simmons.

: down on. interpolations. After Mr. Cowgill sat down well to consult a physician before taking a 11-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, BY THE KEG,
:. the Little Giant" took the floor. He only chloroform Charleston.
tablespoonful otherwise a seri-
l N Mr. Thomas Gunn has sent to this office wished to kill time until the committeeswere u 11-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542
i. ous result might be feared. tons New York with freight AT
d ; is; some magnificent specimens of tomatoes, ready to report, which he did in a and passengers! ,by R.W. South-

raised on the old Stafford place on Cumber- manner peculiarly his own, entertaining the Col. Read, one of our most experiencedmill wick, agent. FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.

,-,., land Island. Several of the specimens body with ,bits of wit and occasional allu- men, stated recently that one of the IN PORT.

; ,.measure from 12 to 14 inches in circumference sion to past times, which must have caused finest rafts ever floated into his boom, and Brig John Shay Nickerson.

R.'l'l, and average 1 Ib. in weight. considerable uneasiness among the wheel- which enabled him to fill with perfect satis- Schr. Jas. W. Woodhouse Herrick.
I Schr. Florence Leland Adams.
i The United States Revenue steamer Bout- horses of the party. However, he declaredhis faction an exceptionally particular order, Schr. Isaac L.Clark, Cranmer.,

-r well, Captain Baker commanding, was in unalterable opposition to Bisbee and to I came from the St. :Mary's river. The fine Schr. :Mima A. Read, Nash. <. ,'. .

i this port this week. The Boutwell went up the Independent coalition on the State" timber lands along this river have enabled ;" ;,

+, .t 1 the St. Mary's river ;yesterday to obtain a ticket; declared that Bisbee had given the Messrs. Davis, at Orange Bluff, Mizell, at, Hay's Line of Sailing Vessels. ;jo '.'--:

!,1 ,''i supply of fresh water. The quality of the party away, and that he, Dennis, as a Re- King's Ferry, and the late firm of Fox & The schooner "Amelia P. Schmidt. of :.' ;\ l } '.' :'" '.

k water in the St. Mary's river is unexcelled. publican, had no standing place in the'new Burns, at St. Mary's, to maintain the high the above line, will leave New York July : .';,,.;t.),i? ';'
: 17th for Fernandina direct. For freight or y: Among the members of the press in attendance arrangement.In character of our yellow pine lumber for passage apply to Warren. Ray, 62 South '.' ..1;; ,':;...

,l upon the Republican District the fullness of time the committees years. street. New York,. or ; v-jK-sri: t
w ,: ,
F. W. HOYT & Co.. rrrt
! | Convention, in this city, Wednesday, were completed their work and came into the Hotel. Arrivals. '- ',.
I Fernandina Fla. ; :
% hall. It : ;;;,.;!: if; '
; .... .
of the "
I Dr. W. H. Babcock correspondent ".'
;C'' < I MANSION HOUSE. '. \,.:<
: i ri Savannah MornincfcNews; Thad Bowden, of The committee on permanent organization C E Hughes, Florida; James A Lee, Lees-

t' p : : the Times Union, and S. A- Adams and H. reported F. S. Goodrich, of Volusia, as permanent burg ; J D Goss,Ocala ; Col H Bisbee,Washington : .. .-o-S-rJ:
1 1'l I ,Varnum of the Florida Journal. chairman,who made a short speech, DC; J/W Johnson, Florida; F B "- .
f thanking the convention for the honor done Potter, John R Mizell, Wm T F Blaize, J MANUFACTURER OF ,..! '.
! h. G. Dennis, the Little Giant" of Ala- Cretchill, Orange County ;:A Harold, Enter-
him and making lots of fine promises for
; chug, struck the'key-note when he stated ink prize; F S Goodrich, DeLand ; W H Dega- Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware .
the convention that he firmly believed that the future. He is a man of good presence, man, Orange County ; S A Donald, Enter-
a ready speaker, and performed his duties prise; S C Thompson, J J Holland, R B AND DEALER IN
l;, + I there was no delegate in the convention with ability and fairness. Archibald, S A Adams, J C Greely,Jacksonville -
i f who at heart wanted Horatio Bisbee to be ; A M Hodgkins, Gainesville; Capt
;t ; nominated, but that none of them dared to I The convention, after a great deal of irrelevant Van B Avery, Savannah ; B T Dent, Bruns- 1ALLOi R E anm K KI. XT VEX

him. I talk on the part of.delegates who wick, Ga; E McDonald, New York : W P COMFORT:

< oppose desired to listen to themselves, got down to Tilton, J Altmayer, Savannah; T T. Morse,
I is about The Ocala C A Cowgill. Florida S W Graves
: The vegetable season over. a ballot for Congressman for the Second ; ; ECONOMY
' !, 1 shipments from this port this week were : Knoxville, Tenn; P Massman, Philadel- ,
> District which resulted in 71 votes for Bis-
; phia: L G Dennis, Gainesville. B C Harter
4 ,. i. Per steamship State of Texas, 360 crates bee to 12 for Walls-one man from the and lady, Mrs McClellan, Ocala; L A I. SAFETY.USE .

IIfe r AID ,;'a vegetables and 1,500 watermelons; per Alachua delegation remaining to cast the Barnes, Ben Rush, 'V R Cessna, Gainesville; 1

steamship City of Palatka, 89 crates of vegetables vote for that Suwanee also F A Forrest, Waldo ; V J Shipman,'Lawtey,
county. (0k
L C Hull Starke
H Durkee
: watermelons ; Joseph D ,
and 1,500
,1 I 3,763 squash, ; gave him one vote. While the committee was Eagan, Jacksonville ; G W Lyle, San THE CELEBRATED

i. ; i; per steamer St. Nicholas, 445 crates vegeta- absent informing Mr. Bisbee that the con- Mateo ; A CCown, Fla; J H Norwood and
wife Atlanta, 'Ga H A. Varnum G R
bles. ,
k I bad orders the Committeeon ; ,
; vention ,obeyed Bennett, Jacksonville Thomas Roberts, MONITORFOR > STOVE.
; J H:
| The following is a list of the cargo of the Platform made their report, in which we Green Cove Spring; W H Babcock., M RBowden k

i. a t I State of Texas from this port for New YorkI find nothing new or startling. P P Crolly, P E McMurray, Jack- .

i i } Thursday evening; 470 bbls. rosin, 24 Pretty soon the nominee was escorted sonville; W F Wood, Jr, City ; J H Welch, SALE ONLY BY

" : bbls. spirits, 247 cases cedar, 38 logs cedar, and Welchton, FlaJohn;, Wood.'Melrose ; S M 8
r+ r, all, r into the hall, the band struck up tune, Becker, New York T L Carter Cedar Key;
: 360 packages vegetables, 39 packages hides, the crowd hurrahed for twenty minutes as E :M Cheney, Jacksonville ; W K Cessna. Fred W. Hoyt & Co.
; : boxes seed 55 bbls.cotton-seed oil 38,000 Gainesville M S New York
fk 70 lustily as though they were in earnest. ; Conway, :
lumber 73 merchan- Ben Richards, Connecticut; Gen. Overby, Of the Latest and Most Approved Patterns.
t f feet yellow pine cases When order was somewhat restored, the
A A Wiggins, Brunswick Ga; J J Orchard.
4 J' ;: >'t..dise l 1,500 car melons. candidate returned thanks for the honor of Colorado; Col Sam P Maddon, Howard A COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL iUDS,

i r '+ :''' i '.1}, For the past three weeks many of our exchanges the nomination conferred upon him unsought Lowey, John Varnell, J B Gudger, Dalton, ..." ,,' ..' >. "' ,'.,,"'...... .
and He omitted the Ga; Rolf B Sandiford, St Mary's ; T D Werner LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS ":'.:''i-.p
? been of the extraordinary unexpected. .
a l' < boasting Fairbanks. r.>;... ., .-
ii i '. I -'* size and quality of the watermelons goary. garment, ,for which we are obliged to STRATHMORE. WROUGHT-IRON .PIPES. '.i'.q. ,'-!'}J'".. 7"'t''t.: < ".t--";;' ".;'.:
; ,
s him but dealt out sundry other stock : /
?m their localities. Nassau ,
in respective
i. i I Ih raised Mrs and Mr DurySe, C V Hillyerwife and
a t ';' ,{ !! county cannot afford to be behind in the grievances for which the Republican partywas three children Fernandina; E A McWhorter DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY ,

* ** F /' I race. Mr. Warren F. Scott, of Amelia, this to find'a balm in the future. St Mary's Ga ; Mrs E N Perry, Miss .

,*,,! week presented to the Mirror office a huge The convention was a fairly representative Alice Perry, J W Bnshnell and wife Flo-
f JIr : rida Van B Savannah AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
; Avery, Gaj; Dr
r body of the party as at present consti- TIN
'\,.I watermelon of the Scaly Bark" variety, Mathews, Nevada; J M Breamer, Jacksonville for Tin Gutters promptly filled. -
+ 1 ; i which turned ,the scales at 51 Ibs. This tuted, and, thanks to the thorough mannerin ; ,,Mrs W R Wilson and maid, Miss Wind :Mills for pumping water or running

:.. 'i I r'* variety is comparatively new in this section.Whoever which the Bosses did their preliminarywork Jennie Wilson, Miss F. E Maxwell Miss light machinery promptly erected on order. ][ce Machines -Ice Machines !
1 there was less clashing than we had Fannie Wilson P W Wilson, Tallahasse ; Church, Factory and School Bells for sale
named this melon not ,
was particularly

.. at a bargain.
: J Drayton S 'F & W Railway; Frank
; 4i: it happy in the choice, for its bark is expected to see. Wright, Mt Royal; Geo Wilson J J Williams JSP"Stoves atWholesale Prices.

;, f neither rough. nor scaly," and the only This week has seen some excellent sport Thos Clarke, L Reece, M Reece, A A All goods delivered at the various trans- Headquarters for
Arnold, E E Hooker, Jas G Porwell, F E portation stations within the city free of
I f possible pretext for such a name must have among the 'gators, no less than four of Smitt, and Lady, C F Tellebury. and lady, charge. All sales for cash. STATE OF FLORIDA,

i :,i; ,, 1 /. been, the fancied resemblance that the skin these "saurians having fallen before the Jacksonville; Wm H Bowe, J 0 Smith, CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS.

f rte 1 : i presents to being covered with fish scales. rifles of Messrs. Barnard, Turner and Savannah: Geo A Peck, Robert J Hammond Wood k Bailie's ,Patent.

,: Its rind is very thin, yet so tough and strong Wright at St. Mary's, out. of six which incautiously Jacksonville; H A Butler Louisville Fernandina, Fla., July 12, 1884.
Ky ; J M Freman, Atlanta Ga; W P
y : that it will bear any amount of handling, ventured within long range of Telton, Savannnah ; Mrs' Thos Kydd, Miss Private Board.A This Machine has many advantages.
Iand withstand an enormous weight or tube Northern visitor Stark Miss Tavel Miss Loomis Miss Sherwood
i : m the deadly : A was so : gentleman and wife wishing board in a
: pressure without cracking. It is claimed pleased with the form of one of the speci- Miss Zulousky, Miss Peterson, Miss private family can be accommodated with Send for Circular. Address
; this melon is the McGiffin, Miss Pratt Willie Pratt, comfortable home surroundings terms mod-
f : that for shipping purposes mens that he shipped it to Minneapolis, ;
r : City ; Thomas Clark. Mrs M D Hughes, erate. For particulars, apply at this office. WILLIAM B. C DURYEE.
best in
Minn. Edward J Robinson, Allen Greely, Jackson- Fernandina, June 5, 1884r
Fernandina, Fla.I
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