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 26, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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GllOVER CLEVELAND. formers such solid guarantees that as President I THE PAN A MA 'jANA ;;; 10,825 lineal feet. An examination of gauge MEETING OF THE STATE COM ?

he will do his own thinking, and be 1 I boards the jetties and the company's shipyard MITTEE. ":
| BELIEF THAT DE LESSEP.SCOMPANY WILL NOT indicated that Lake Tohopekaliga is
OF MAX HE IS his own master in the things which pertain '
KIND The State Democtatic Executive (
THK COMPLETE THE DITCH seven feet lower than when operations be- .om-
TO WHAT TilE PRESIDENTIAL to the Presidency. This reduction of the mitte met in Tallahassee "
rapid of
A dispatch from Panama to the New gan. waters on July 17, with
OFFICE :SEEDS. We say, in the things pertaining to the the lake, which covers an area of about the, following members present : S. :Pasco, :,
York Sun of date
of Governor Cleveland recent says: twenty-five squaremiles', is due to the drain-
nomination Presidency, because we are all Vcrpt in
The Chairman John
A. Henderson C. C.
convention makes the Count de Lesseps, in calculating the cost age afforded by 'a'canal: 3:6 miles long, con- ; ,
br the Democratic discussing the merits of Presidential candi- of his canal, estimated that $7,000,000 cubic necting Lakes Tohopekaliga and Cypress. Pearce, F. P. Fleming and W. D. Chipley

brat: perfectly' plain and simple for all dates to discuss'them on irrelevant ground. l1l'tTl'S'would have to be taken out to, complete Lakes Cypress; Hatchenaha. Kissimmeeand : The following were absent : B. P. Calhoun.
government who are for in the work: and that' the canal 'would Tiger were also visited and the
friend of good A Presidential! campaign rarely occurs improvements R. F. Taylor, John T. Lesley and J.,S. Leo
dissatisfied with the Rl'pl1blicanan which the constitutional distinction between pass through the opening in the hills at on Kissimmee river and Tiger Creek
,\ reason I Culebra which is 375 mijes from the Atlantic ,were noted. The points where channels were nard. Excuses were received from Messrs. 'j
ca udidate. This!' time the Democrats have the different branches of the govern- I Ocean and the highest point on the line. straightened and deepened were examined, Calhoun and Leonard.

made no mistake If Cleveland had no ment is completely ignored. In, the current De Lesseps and his'pai'tf'Of> engineers -vv%:re and the,ffect upon surrounding land was The committee effected permanent organization _,

other claim to the confidence and support popular discussion, the President i is apt to here in 1880. The engineers said the ca: :sal plainly noticeable., On this work (35,400 with Hon. S. Pasco, Chairman '
would cost $168,000,000 in gold. De Less; pswhileon lineal feet of channel was improved, 8,291
of those to whom parties arc simply a be treated. not simply as a part of the LegU-: the way to New ;York reduced their snags removed, 1,995 trees cut and. removed, John D. Perkins, Treasurer, and L. B_ J ."

nicam of promoting the national welfare, nature, but himself as a supreme legislator. I 163,000,000 to $120,000,000.; He is not an and 236 bends straightened.The Wombwell, Secretary. The following committees :", J

he would have a strong one in the charac- His views on the tariff arc considered as engineer. He cut dowl#Jhc figures of the above examination was made not were appointed; ':w. i,
he encountered in the experts $48,000,000, arid !tloated his first during the,extreme: dry weather but I subse- '
the opposition anxiously as if the duties on imports were :
of On Finance-C. C. Pearce, Chairman F i.f.
tel i issue of stock for a canal 'at $120,000,000 in quent to heavy rains. At Sanford the ;
convention As Gen. Bragg,finely and hap- settled,every four years by proclamation gold, or GOOOOU,009.fi.mes,., ., United States Signal officer noted 2:3inches P. Fleming, John T. Lesley J. S. Leonard

l pil\' said ill i seconding his nomination, issued from the White House. His positionon His engineers now find that the Culebra rainfall on the night of June 17, two days On Appointments-John A. Henderson,.

..re love him most of all for the energieslie the labor question is examined as level-cannot be used, as the"curve would be before our arrival at Kissimmee. This: had Chairman ; F. P. Fleming, B. P. Calhoun.
too short for the canal, and that the next been preceded by wet weather: and was
of On Organizations Pasco Chairman
le.: The hostility Tammany I carefully if he could fix the rate of ;:
has nu< as wages
I, best is 100 feet higher, making the cut 363 followed by heavy.daily storms during the F. P. Fleming; R. F. Taylor
and Butler, and in fact of whatever is by a general order, or, as O'Donovan Rossa feet there instead of 263. De Lesseps had entire time occupied 'in the inspection.
On Campaign Documents" D.
basest and most demagogic in his own party, thinks, clap; a tax on all Englishmenand intended to have steep banks. In the tropics While an abnormal period of rainfall would Chairman C. C Pearce R. F. Chipley.
tribute of which anpublic they are not practicable, but will have to be not affect the level of the lakes and render ; ,
of itself a other obnoxious entering the
is persons at least one in four for the right incline! this surface of the lands,very moist, there is Expenditures oh n Henderson., .
man might well be proud. country. The consequence is that the pub- This difference means the removal of' an nodanger that permanent inundation" would The following were appointed ViveChairmen }

But lie is by no means dependent, on this lic attention is apt to be totally distracted extra 40,000.000 cubic metres of earth at follow. After such period the surface wouldbe of the committee with power to open

negative kind of testimony. The enmityof from the kind of administrator he is likelyto Culebra, which, at the present cost of labor, rapidly relieved and the'present desirable District .
for the of
after all will involve an expense of $62,000,000 gold, condition maintained. Dredge No. 3 will Headquarters, dispatch
corrupt intriguers might mean make. The true, questions for the voterto not included by De Lesseps in. his $120, OO-, be pushed to a rapid completion. The business of the committee in their respec- :

simply that his: intentions were good, and ask himself about a presidential candidate 000 calculation. machinery has arrived, the operation of tive districts : At Pensacola, W. D. Chipley{ ;pat : k
feared that he would if Other facts be cited to 'show that his or dredge No. 4 is and ,
that they merely especially in crises like the present, can snag satisfactory, Jacksonville, F. Fleming ; at Tampa }
early calculations are absolutely worthless.His the. work throughout the, entire system is
put in power, fail to answer their purpose. when there is no substantial difference be- John T. Lesley.'r
battle cry of: A tide level canal or no progressing favorably.
Cleveland has happily something far tween the bids which the contending par- canal" is of the, past.' Mr. Dingier, who ---- Tallahassee was made the headquarters of

stronger than the promise of a strong char- ties make for the popular support, are : In has just returned to France, intends to con- NEWS NOTES, .> the committee and the third Monday in ':.,,

acter to commend him to the suffrages? of what way will ''he probably> behave in, the struct an immense tidal basin on this sideto each month was appointed for the regular f -1
prevent the tremendous currents that India
is threatened with a small wheat
ad- proper sphere of presidential duties? What would otherwise run :tl rough the ditch.! meetings of the committee.The .
ministrator. One of the Blaine organs in kind of nomination to office will he send to The tide falls in Aspinwall sixteen inches crop in consequence of severe drought.E. committee mapped out the plan or

its great agony has tried to relieve itself by the senate? What considerations are likelyto in Panama from eighteen to. ,t\"'enty-six feet. 0. Locke, of Key West, has been nom- the campaign and made arrangements for a ,

calling him "a man destitute of experience. prevail with him in' making removals? The system of docks and basins for Panama inated by the Republicans of the First District thorough canvass of the State. ..<:
and Corosal, three,miles from this city, will
." Of,one kind of experience-expe- What sort of men are likely to surroundhim cost fully $30,000.000..21,not, ;;' included in the for Congress. Gen. Perry. lIon. I. 1I. )Iabr) Col.R.: II,

rience in political trickery and manipulation and be listened to by him at the White De Les ps estimate. Unusually cold and rainy weather has M. Davidson, Judge E. C. Love, Hon.

,and in the art of making mo'ney'for House? What is likely,to be his attitude The distance that the canal will run, from damaged: crops in Italy the vine having Charles Dougherty and R. C. Long, Esq.r
Panama wall. is 74 kilometres. .
himself and his friends out of politics he is, toward the moral and intellectual currentsof late as October Aspin 25, 1883, the company said especially suffered. A very poor and scanty were present in consultation with the com ,

indeed, destitute. But the present extraordinary the day, and toward the upward move- that the whole amount to be removed would yield of wine is anticicipated.Two mittee.-Floridian. ::"..; .
politidal crisis is due to the profoundand ments in American politics and society? be 90,000,000 cubic metres, and that two- hundred'and twenty-five dozen eggs ';:;,''"

growing popular belief that this kindof How does he feel about, money and rich men thirds of this would be cut out between shipped from Cape Breton to Boston were SCHOOL COMMENCEMENTS. )J,
I. Lower Obispo and Paraiso ; this includesthe ,
experience is too common among our and about the money making enterprises great cut'at Cnlebra. At this time, with accidentally found to have been cooked by The season of school commencements t"

statesmen, and that the Republican candi- -which are the great snare and temptation of 10,000 men at work, only 2,500,000 cubic the heat of the freshly-cut grass in which which is so full of interest for a large pro "'

date in particular is too rich in it either for modern life? Has he the sobriety of judg- metres had been removed, according to their they were packed. portion of the rising generation, i is now
At that time the staff had
own figures.
liisown or his country's good. Of the kindof ment, the steadiness of temper, the maturityof been ,here just two years and a half. In'the The total number of Germans who emi- about over, and the beardless philosophersand

experience which the present situationof character, and the patient deliberativeness face of their own figures, they early an- grated, mostly to America, in the first five sweet girl graduates will now be called

national affairs most imperatively calls which high places and great cares imperatively nounced that in:December, 18S4, they would months of the current year, was 80,104 or upon to test the practical value of the instruction -

for, experience in administration, Cleveland( call'for? Is he a sound and pru- take out 4,000,000' cubic metres a month. ,To 700 less than in the corresponding periods they have been for so many years
quote their own figures again, this 2,500,000
has more than any one who has entered the :dent man of business and l has he a keen eye, cubic metres had only risen in May, 1884, to of 1882 when the'number was 102,324, and receiving. They have been equipped moreor

White House since I860 more than any Jor,the remoterconsequences of, legislation.? .4,555,034.; In \ :,ytia': 'year,they claimedto of 1881102519. less completely with the elementary-

man whom l either party has TTdmuiaTecl Will he deal with foreign nations with the have while 793 the officers and 11,328 contractors men in their had Duke Charles of Bavaria,the oculist, has knowledge and the habits of study and reflection -

within that period, except Seymour and quiet and manly self-respect which becomesthe pay, company's which will form the basis of their t
an additional 3,846, giving a total of 15,972 opened an eye infirmary Tegernsee: ,
Tilden-more than Lincoln, more than representative of an industrious com- men and officers on the ground.At where patients will be received in the new future achievements. That they have completed -

Grant, more than Hayes, more than Gar- mercial people,ll1Uong whom swashbucklersand this time only 25,130,000 metres are and comfortable building. Indigent pa- their education" no one will for}a
field more than Arthur. lie laid at the under contract. With such facts before us, '
military adventures are despised or moment conceive. They have only begun
furnished by the company itself, it is im- tients will be treated gratis on presentation'
start that best of all foundations for American unknown ? it. If they now lay aside their school booksit
possible to believe that the canal will be of a proper medical or municipal recom I

statesmanship, by becoming a good These questions can, we believe, be opened in 1888. Yet that statement is madein mendation. It is not every prince who does not follow that they are laying aside

lawyer. He began his executive career by answered as regards Mr. Cleveland in a way De Lesseps's official jonrnal, the organ of makes himself so useful.A all books, or the habit of painstaking care ,

toeing a good county sheriff. lie was next with which every friend of good govern- the company. Mr. Dingier also announced about things little and big, which distinguishes '
before leaving that very soon not only new uniform for the army has been decided -
intrusted with the administration of a great ment may be fully satisfied, and we .commend would the day in 1888 for the completion of the educated from the uneducated. t
and will be adopted at the next
dry-as severe a test of a man's capacity in him especially to the younger votersall the canal be announced, but the very hour. upon Business pursuits may so engross one's time-
And De said the other to Sir issuing of clothing to the troops. It is a
dealing with men and affairs as any American over the country who long for a betterera Lesseps day that the topics which filled one's whole
in Hugh Low: The canal will be opened in gorgeous affair, but in better taste than the.
our time can undergo. In both offices in to be trusted and mental horizon at school for a whilebe
politics, as a man 1888, and I will be there to go through in old one, being more sensible as well as at- I may
lie gave boundless satisfaction to his fel worked for Even those whose Republican the first steamer." completely shut out from view. Only

low-citizens of both parties. His nomina- traditions are most deeply rooted may rest This prediction is reported in Le Matin of tractive. A white stripe takes the place of for a while, however. No one who has
tion for the Governorship of this State came Paris. The Star and Herald of this city reproduced black for the infantry on the pantaloons ; '
assured that render better studied to will and.
I. they can no service good purposes entirely
the article, and remarked : the cuffs of the coat are faced with white,
due and crisis in State
at affairs
course, a to the party they long loved and sup- The news that we announced from Le permanently abandon the world of literature -

which very closely resembled that whichwe ported than by securing his triumph. For Matin is news indeed to us, particularly as and the chevrons for non-commissioned and science to which his school days I i
are now witnessing in national affairs. we have lived here so and know officers of gold braid. The idea is that of
this time a Democratic victory will arrest many years gave him admission. Opportunities can be-
His election how little has been done'toward cutting the Quartermaster-General Holabird, and receives -
by an unprecedented majority
, peremptorily, and we believe, finally, the canal. found or made for widening ones knowl-
full endorsement of Gen. Sheri-
is nonn old story. It was the beginningof insolence and hopefulness of the corrupt anfreebooting' The same paper says the present companywill the edge, and they should be improved. What I

a revolution. It was the first thorough element among Republicans, never complete the ditch, that it will dan. Gen. Holabird has introduced many one has learned should be regarded only as-

fright the tricky and jobbing element in found probably cost $600,000,000 gold, and that needed reforms in the way of bedding, '
which have their final expression in the germ of what one must. acquire. Some
, some Government will probably finish it. It and clothing. z
politics received here. It for the first tenting
the Blaine nomination and have last than others
at hints at the probability that France will step acquirements are more fitting
, time in their experience gave reform an air destroyed that dream of reform within the in to save the money of her subjects, and to The Medical News of Philadelphia ex' Those, for example, who have learned the .

I, of reality. But it might, had Cleveland part)"''. which has for so many years sus- acquire more possessions beyond the seas. presses the opinion that the progress of elements of various modern languages must IF

proved a weak or incompetent man, have tained the patience of tens of thousands of cholera in France: indicates that it will, continue to read them or lose in a few .I

turned out a very bad blow for pure its best members.-New York Evening Post, DRAINING SOUTH FLORIDA. within the next thirty days,spread throughout the whole benefit of their schooling in this i .

S politics. Ind. PROGRESS OF THE OKECHOBEC COMPANY IN Europe,and involves serious danger to department. Of all the implements of
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Luckily justified all the expectationand Rep.The RECLAIMING MARSH'LAND. this country. Accordingly, this medical knowledge, none are so ,likely to rust as the _
even all the of those who had Beach at .Fernandlna.A take time the
hopes advises that by
The following extract from a report of authority we languages, ancient and modern, if disused.:
voted for him. No friend of good government large crowd of tired, worn-out, jaded James M. Kreamer, Engineer of the Florida forelock, and at once set to work to make Let every graduate, therefore, regard his .

'r who, in disregard of party ties, cast mortals spent a delightful time on the beachin Land & Improvement Company, under ready for its coming by careful attention to commencement not as the completion, but- ,IE

t, 'hiS\'oldor him, lias'had occasion to regret front of the "Strathmore" yesterday, date of gives June 20, says the data PhiladelphiaRecord to the the laws of health and by thoroughly cleans- as only the beginning of the course of consecutive
some interesting as
Ie ,
>&for one moment. We to his and came back to the city this morning refreshed The advice is and
owe vigorous cities. good
die progress of the work of reclaiming land in ing our reading and study which is to expand -

support a large number of reformatory and invigorated, ready and willingto Southern, Florida : should be heeded, whether there is or is not and liberalize his mind to the propor- I

measures' which people in this State, for take up life's burdens and duties where Col. H. S. Duval, State Engineer, and danger of the approach of cholera. Even tions that become an educated man. I
forty they were left off at the end of the week. myself spent several days inspecting the "
years, had sighed for with little more when we import no epidemic and our citiesare
canals of the and the results of ;
company :,
- expectation of seeing them enacted than ofseeing For the toiling thousands now pent up in our operations at the head of the drainage almost entirely free from contagious'diseases Wesley Female Institute.We .

the millenium. In other words he the confines of narrow streets and unhealthylanes system. In order to demonstrate the efficiency the summer weather alone produces take pleasure in directing attention to- : ,'

::: has arrested the growth of political despair with odors of endless varieties, no of the work the country adjacent to an increase of mortality. 4 the advertisement of this popular seminary.

among place offers such pleasing rewards and Lake Tohopekaliga was visited, particularlythe It is located in one of the healthiest climates -
large numbers both of old and
marsh lands of Cross Prairie. DredgeNo. A Washington letter says, The 'pub
_ 'oung'oters in this State. His messages, health-giving returns as a Sunday spent on 2 passes through what has been hereto- lished circular of the chairman of the Na- in the world where every breeze contributes -

- too, have been models of sound commonsense the beach, with frequent plunges into grand fore regarded as an impracticable marsh, Committee for to the physical vigor of its pupils.

and clothed in Old Ocean, which sends off its many white- while ahead,in the direction of East Tohope tional Republican calling It presents attractions unsurpassed if not
penetrating sagacity, kaliga Lake, was a vast area of low rich funds is regarded as serious mistake andis
the more health and to in the Union. Its buildings:
strength are-
terse and capped waves unequalled
which shows
vigorous English marsh entirely covered with water. An almost universally condemned here. It
that there our wearied frames than all the medicinesto home-like and elegant, grounds attractive,,
h is a man and not' a windy examination of the country to the rear, and is evidently the intention of that committee -
Phrasemonger behind the be found in the Materia 3fedica. through which the completed canal passes, scenery grand.
pen. Though to make the coming campaign an expensive
|last not least his The Strathmore" is growing more and however, presents an entirely different as- This school is attended by 143 boarding
best has been done
pect. The waters have disappeared ; the one to their party and a profitableone .
ln utter more in public favor and popularity. The from eighteen different States. It
, pupils
. disregard of the hostility of that aquatic plants, unsupported by surface for corrupt voters. "Soap" will be the
- element in his own party, which for soma courteous attention bestowed upon each and moisture, are bowed and dead ; the saw- motto of the campaign. Secretary McPherson has made great reduction in' the cost of

ay> years has every guest makes it a pleasure to be an inmate grass water lily, etc., are giving way to grass, education. Among the lowest terms in the .
made it an object of mined and, wild millets.: Two dams have been of the Republican Congressional
l hate underneath its hospitable roof. The Union. Board washing, fuel, lights Eng- ,.
and fear to the best of the constructed in hold
1 E part order to up the water Committee, has withdrawn his ,circular; advertising -
ns American people. He is in truth a Demo- cuisine .is all that can desired, and as for and afford floatage for dredge No. 2. :Meas- to sell the franks of Congressman lish, Latin French, German, elocution, instrumental :'

" a crat of the better the delicious crabs and fishes served so urements made a few days ago show a fall music-$233 for entire scholastic-
age of the Democratic of over eight feet from the water in the at, so much per thousand, and announces .
011 Party, when daintily, it makes one exclaim with the See advertisement. For catalogue
it was a party of simplicity canal to the present surface level of Lake that he will issue another, more_carefully year. .
and: poet, after a hearty repast of these delicious address Rev. Wm. A. Harris, President '
economy. and which latter is about twelve
Tohopekaliga "
might almost have putT worded, but probably: to the same effect.
: his platform into the golden rule of giving dishes, no fate can harm me now that I and one-half feet lower than Lake 'East The Congressional Committee is 'entirely Staunton, Virginia.
lIs erery have dined.-Florida Herald. Tohopekaliga, and a distance on the line of
business due, minding your own the canal about three miles. Already the without means, being prohibited by the Summer ,Silks,
and asking nothing of government To Kent. natural surface adjacent to the canal for civil service, law from securing their usual 40 cents yard at .

u- but' light taxes, and security in the field and The two-story frame, residence on Centre long reaches is two and. three feet above supply of funds by assessing the clerks of J. & T.. KYDD'S. :
the fireside. water level in the canal ; the removal of the i
th e \i Xo one who has entered street, north side, corner of Eighth'street; dams will increase difference. The total the departments, and can run.: their business For Rent. -

Lin ute. house for 1 half a century exceptlcol conveniently located. Terms liberal.* distance cut on the Cross-the-Prairie canal only upon what the National Committeesees A store and dwelling on Centre street.

, In his second term, has offered 're- II. E. DOTTEREE. since the work began to June U, 188-1, is fit to give them. Apply to J. A. ELLEEMANS



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J/T LITTLE If IFE.k I I'll support her myself, or do without ered them up-sometimes in Tom's not love. She had no theories about never have reached its destination
ai :; her.'' presence-and 'even the words he had them. They obeyed her because they Now John Hayward had her p romp e."
,, :, She: isn't very pretty, ,' The pale hands lying on the pieceof said in jest ,over one thing and an feared her ; they would defy her if There was no escaping from the
of ',i' She's(:So neither say her wise lady nor friends witty;) *||.'' needlework pressed. each other a other. And, now Tom was out of her they dared. And, then, there were, in which she had placed herself position ,
With verbal odds and end. little, then the,sweet voice spoke,softly life, and there never would be any' her fellowteachersIiss Griffiths there was no possibility of show
fashion and firmly : home for them 'together. She felt as who was growing so old and odd ;; herself even excusable ; she certain na ly
No Across fleeting her freaks fancy of run; "'I have been thinking often lately, I if the big oak chest were a coffin containing ':Miss Henderson,whom her class.mad had hastened with all speed from the
4 She's never in-a passion Tom, that you would be wiser to do all herYs outh as she 'locked it, a habit of tricking and deceiving, be- old love to the new.
J.1 Except a tender,one. without me.' You see'we have' known shutting the relics; out, of her sight ; cause she was short-sighted and toler- "I had thought you so different
? 'I Her voice is low and cooing each other so long that we have really and then she ,,went down and drank ant, as the aging so often grow. Would from that," Tom said with bewildered
: She listens more than speaks; grown to be more friends than lovers, .her solitary tea and tried to realize all she; :Mary Ranley, ever find herself in incredulity ; I thought you would
; ., :!' While The others talk she of seeks.doing, and I am far'older than you in reality, the emptiness of the coming years. the: case ,of these-ever see herself have been faithful to me, even if \\-Q
duty near
though not perhaps in years, ana so I Would he write to her, she wondered ,, lonely, iincared for, just endured for had parted-for a while, at least."
1 It may be but to burnish cannot help- believing at times that or would she be left always want of a better ? Oh, no. Rathera "But I was weaker and meaner
r Or The but sideboard's with bread scanty to furnish plate, our engagement has been a mistake." without tidings? And would he be hundred times a marriage into which you see. I wanted some one to keep
k The beggar at t the gate. Oh, you do, douyou: ?" .wrathfully., relieved that they had parted after friendship and respect at least would me in idleness and buy me fine
You see it has lasted seven years the first edge of pain had worn off? enter. dresses and treat me well, and when
> ; So She I, who sheds see on what J lowly graces life, now, and in seven years, you know, Six,days had passed without even Her letter was written, hurriedly, you could not do it I closed with the
I To fashion's fairest faces your science teaches that we change an indirect word from him, and at last, and when it was finished it offer of the first man who could."
: Prefer, my little wife. completely, and so I think, Tom, dear, the morning's work was acquiring a was an acceptance. But she told She seemed to take a certain bitter
: that it would be far better if and the John the truth. She had ,
And though at her with pity you maddening monotony, : even- Hayward pleasure in her self-accusation now.
The city dames may smile, planned your future without letting ing's silence a despairing loneliness. loved Tom Danvers honestly for years, Oh, Mary, I can't believe it ; it is
'' ;I' Who And deem her out hardly of pretty any thought of me hamper you. I :Mary had few girl friends and no con- but now that they had parted she did not possible You who were alwaysso
: sadly style; am safe enough, you know; the high fidantes, and so her heartache missed not think any memory of him would high and far removed from the
To me she seems a creature school pays me a comfortable salary, the common.alleviation of talking it ever rise up between her and the hus- temptations that beset ordinary wo-
{; So musically sweet, and I have grown accustomed to the over. If. he never came or wrote, if band she was prepared to accept and men 1 l' he burst forth, groaning.
I would not change oue feature,
', One curve from crown to feet. routine of life with Mrs. Gillet, andso she never heard of him again, there honor. She wrote all this quite You overrated me ; I overrated
14 dear, I can offer quite honestly to was no one in all the world to help or calmly] ,but when it was finished she felt myself. You see now I am not worth
.: ", And Her if lover I could and be her never mate, set you free." She was smiling at him comfort her. somehow as though she was twent.yyears taking to Rangoon, not worth loving
I think I'd be forever bravely, and her eyes were very clear But he ,would not be cruel enoughto older than she had been, and as if or thinking about." 0
: The beggar at the gate. and bright; but she had an idea that treat' her with silence forever ; he life had suddenly become quite hum- "But is it really true? Are you
"' STOOLS. her heart was weeping. would send her a message one day, drum and commonplace. Yet she torturing me with a cruel jest? "
BETWEEN TWO You are tired of me, I suppose. and it would be one of peace and had no thought of changing her mind. It is quite true; I have promisedto
;.i. ,. '' You imagine that I am likely to oe a friendship. That faith grew in her She rang the bell composedly for be another man's wife, and I wrote
I ':' I CHAPTER I. failure, and you women only care for day by day, battling with the growing Bessie, the little maid-of-all-worK, and him that no thought of you would
M J "I have something to tell you, success," he answered bitterly. despair ; and then one day fact ranged gave her the letter with a hand that ever stand between us," she answered,
: 4 Mary." I suppose the working ones of us itself on faith's'side-a letter awaitedher never faltered. arraigning herself.
,l. :Mary Ranley let her'work fell into know that success comes some time to as she returned from the walk she "This is your evening out, I think, Then- you are a heartless woman,
., r her lap, and looked up at the speaker. the steady and patient," she said, the had taken to escape from her Bessie. You may post this. on your and I shall never forgive you he
She was a tall, slim, dark-haired woman first hard tone sounding in her voice. thoughts.She way through the village," she said, be- burst forth, pronouncing judgment on
a; of seven or eight and twenty, And I have not been either? held it between her hands for a thinking herself even of the little ser the spot, and then he rushed past her
.:ij'ft' with plain: patient face, and wistful "Dear Tom, don't imagine that I moment without looking at it, and all vant's affairs in that crisis of her life. and out of her sight, while she con-
v; eyes.' :She wore a dress of a quiet wish to find fault or criticise ; I love her fictitious strength gave way. She Yes, miss, surely,"'Bessie answered, tinued her solitary way with laggard
''' : gray; tint, and the room in which she you far too well for that ;; there is none threw aside the cloak> that had: suddenly blushing, for she too had a lover, and steps and a (heart that lay in her
was seated was furnished with all the in all the world as dear to me as become a burden and sat down in her these evenings out meant the joy of bosom heavy as lead.
; i good taste that nowadays is consistent you are. But do you not think your- bonnet to read Tom's message. the whole week.Somehow What can she do now ? She has
with strict economy. She had not a self that our engagement has been too But the letter was not from Tom ; Miss Ranley felt that she sown the wind, and the harvest of the
single! claim: in feature or coloring, to protracted to seem hopeful now? You she saw that as she unfolded it. The wanted the letter out of her sight, and whirlwind has been swift and bitter.
,;!, ; any of: the acknowledged forms of don't feel as I do ; it seems to take all writing was bigger, bolder, more vacillation out of her power. She has dallied with temptation, and
4 pr ttiness, and yet something about my strength away to see our life together legible. She read it all through before her momentary unfaithfulness has cost
her would have compelled a second always slipping further and she reached the signature. When she CHAPTER II. her her self-respect. But she will \>e
A t glance from those who had obtained a further off." 0 had seen that she read the letter again.It I have come to make things right.I true to herself at last ; she will recall
,:. first. If I make things worse for you, was from John Hayward, the man can't do without you, Mary ; you the promise that should never have
t, Well, Tom, what is it ?" Her of course that alters matters." His she had always thought Mousie Gra- are my sheet anchor ; I have felt been given. It will not matter as far
face softened as her glance fell on face had lost its smiling softness ; his ham's lover, and it contained an offer adrift since I lost you." as her happiness i is concerned, but it
Tom Danvers, handsome, .blue-eyed, brow was stern and angry. of marriage for herself. So Tom Danvers spoke, hurryingafter will be the first step in the painful
fair-haired Tom, whom people spoke You are my youth and happiness, "I have loved you always, Mary," her as she came home from after- process of selfrestoration.When .
'r of only to praise. They had been the end of my dreams," she said pas- he wrote, and I have only refrained noon school. her recantation was written
',,t ) playfellows, these two, who were alike sionately ; "the want of you will leave from telling you so because I had so There was a drizzling rain falling, there was a load off her mind, but
?;; r only in years. They were lovers now, my whole future barren." little to offer till now. I did not dare and the landscape was blurred, and she was not in any fever of impatienceto
x, and they would b e husband and wife Then why need you give me up?" ask you to share worse home than the heavy clouds hung low, and the post this letter-it would keep till
one day ; at last that hope had beautified Because 1 think you will be freer you have been accustomed to, and so I woman knew that the face she turnedto she was on her way to school. After
existence for, both of them duringseven without me ; because you are learn- held my peace. .,B.i. t'.at last I have at- her lover was pinched and white. the hurried emotions of the past
years. Seven years It is a ing to dread me, and so the love is tained to what I have honestly coveted I thought you had gone, Tom, it is twenty-four hours she was physicallytired
a, big slice out of the best part of the growing imperfect." i so long; at last Armstrong & Co. so long since I heard of you." and so she sat rocking herself
: allotted three-score and ten, though it It was for your sake I thought of have made me head of my depart- It is a week, and perhaps you did backward and forward in her wicker
r?? was only lately that one of this faith- Rangoon," he said sullenly. ment, and so I dare, after a devotion not ask about me. I never thought of ,chair, with a faint sensation of reliefin
;' ful pair had begun to think, so. The Yes, dear, and it is for your sake, nearly as protracted as Jacob's, to ask going in any mad hurry like that. the motion.
';1 other had never thought it yet. Heaven knows, that I propose to give you for my own.," There is nothing decided even yet." Twilight was falling, and timid lit-
",What is it you have to tell me?" you up. I am a drag on you, and what It was a plain, manly statement, "Is there not? I thought-I had tle stars were trembling in the sky
h Tom crossed the room and bent you feel for me is far more friendshipthan and it went to Mary Ranley's sore an idea there was." she answered, beyond the uncurtained windows,
N ,; :, over her to stroke her hair. The love." heart. There was no gush, no agonyof : falteringly. when there came a soft tap at the
E movement was a caress, and then it If you think so I, have nothingmore passion in it; nothing but the sim- :. Oh no. Stephens only wrote to door, and :Mousie Graham's rosy,
t E ,! enabled him to avoid her eyes. to say." He rose to go, stiffly, pIe tale of a man who had known how offer me the appointment, and I wantedto roguish face peeped in.
r I have been offered an appointment and then the tender heart in her failed. to be very patient and faithful. Yet consult you about it when you tookme Oh, you are not busy-thank!
at Rangoon." "Oh, Tom, if it were not best his love for her startled her inexpressibly. up so shortly." There was a tone goodness for that I I was half afraid I
E M At Rangoon" She echoed the for you do you think I would have She had never dreamed of it. of reproach in his voice, for he felt might find you deep in the "Differen-
r ; '' words without any intonation of sur- spoken?" There had never seemed anything but still that he had been badly used. tial Calculus, and I did !so want a
, prise. That is"- She wanted him to tell her that it the merest good comradeship in his I did not mean to hurt you," she good long chat."
J In Burmah. ,As if you did not was not best for him ; she wanted him attitude toward her; but of course his protested meekly. Come in, dear, I am so glad to see
know that and everything else, my to prove to her that. all her doubts silence and self-restraint rendered his Well, perhaps some fellows don't you ; it is an age since yo u-were here
x; little scholar; and Rangoon is a' big were needless, but she had hurt him, love all the more, flattering, and John mind being thrown over after seven before." :Mary: took the soft little
N, place with openings for lots of fellows. and at her relenting he hardened him- would make a good husband. :Mary years'waiting, and just as there is a face between her hands and kissed the
1, Stephens has written, saying he needs self."If had an idea that the man who lived prospect of something definite at last !I" delicious pink cheeks.
N a partner, and so I think, if you don't it is best for you, that is straightly and earnestly would love "The prospect seemed very vagueto "Grannie has been worse lately,
,,; mind, that I shall, go out there in a enough," he said, and took his hat steadfastly, and she felt that the wom- me," she said, smiling faintly. weaker and more fretful, and so I feltI
month or two." and left her without looking at her an who became John Hayward's wife "Oh, because you would not listen. could not leave her without a specialerrand.
'':Mary Ranley did not answer. In again.When. would have all chances of happinessin Stephens offers me either three hun- ."
the pause that ensued she heard the the door had closed behind her favor. For an instant she dred as a salary, or a share in the But she is better to-day? "
,,,,;,,,a purring of the cat on the hearth and him, :Mary Ranley sat five minuts wished this offer had come years be- proceeds, whichever I like, and he Oh, yes, ever so much better, and
: r : smelled the faint odor of the mignonette motionless. The airy bubble she had fore. Now, although Tom was not so says the climate is good and livingnot then Aunt Lizzie came to pay her a
r* ., growing in the window box. spent seven years blowing was shat- fine a character as John Hayward, she very high, and I had almost per- little visit, so I left Grannie with her
,' i: ,.I: She knew quite well that the linnets tered by her own touch. She scarcely loved him, and that made all the dif- suaded myself, Mary, that we mightgo and ran over to see you."
outside were piping to the roses, and realized what had happened yet, but ference. out together-married. But still, That was very good of you, dear..
"i t lr that Tom Danvers was waiting for there was a numb aching at her heart, When she came to think of it, it if you prefer me to grub on here I Oh, no, it was not ; I came on
I -1AMI! her :answer; but she also knew that far worse than any keen, compre- was odd that John made no mentionof shall do it, so as you continue to love business." Mousie laughed and flusheda
t her pulses were growing fainter and hending pang. Her tears began to Tom. Surely he had known she me." little, then she drew a letter from
fainter, and that the weight of a long- flow heart-brokenly, as she mechani- was engaged to him ; surely they had She had stopped, and they faced her pocket. This came addressed to
lil: dreaded blow had fallen. cally folded the piece of poor little always made that patent to every one? each other, and ne saw how pale she me yesterday, but it is evidently
-.r4 ( Are you not getting on here?" trousseau on which she had been :Mary Ranley sat thinking over her was. meant for you. It is from that booby,
i' tiw she asked after a pause. "I thought working, the trosseau that never offer in all its bearings, till the fire I would go with you to Rangoonif John Hayward ; he is always in the
:: you told me that your work was Increasing would lie needed now. Tom was waned and her tea was ice-cold. I could ; it all seems so easy now, clouds, or among the cog-wheels of
t ; I thought you expected that gone, and Tom was the lover of her John Hayward's offer was unex- when it is too late," she answered, his looms, and so theresult: is a blunder -
1 j the might i marry in the spring." whole life ; but-and in this capacityshe pected, but it was very fair and manly. with a break in her voice. ." She unfolded the sheet as she
i! It all mistake due to would miss him far more-he had She almost startedto find she And '
was a my was con- why is it too late ? spoke, and handed it to :Mary, and
I confounded hopefulness. I got a new always been her pet and protege. sidering it-that opposing counsel Because I have promised to marry this is what stood before the latter's
,,.4$ case or two when Smithson was away What would her motherly nature do seemed to be arguing the pros and another man.'* astonished eyes :
s ( for the holidays, but he holds the now, without any one to plan for or cons, with herself for judge and jury. "You have ? Well, certainly, you Dear Miss Ranley: In the pleasant excursion -
patients, and will go on holding them. protect. On one side were love and ease and have not lost any time." we had together last summer I remember -
v, i ,: The fact is, :Mary, there is not scope Women's sorrows seek consolationin pleasure; on the other,side was a bar- I have not." you mentioning a book on ferns
"< '3 7 here for two medical men, and I knew the strangest ways. In the first ren life, holding only the memory 'of: She could ,have ,laughed with the that you desired to have, but could not get I,
$I Ia ;' that, though I settled in the .place hour of her loss Mary Ranley went up a disappointment. She was not a heroine dreariest, most dismal mirth. She as have you just had come forgotten across the a volume author's by name.Teaker-
sI 'l ; when you wished it. But I have not among the gathered treasures of seven and teaching for her'bread dur- was so contemptible in her own eyes ; stone, the opening chapter of which is. on!
s'+ X! : made a hundred pounds in the pasti hopeful years and touched with rever- ing a whole lifetime seemed sad, and all she had done looked so strangeand the Osmunda regalis. If you think thisthe to IS
i twelve months and know that ent fondness the accumulated trifles work in question I shall be happy
w + i you enough.But uncalled for. Why, that very forward it to you. Sincerely yours.
J' 1 means failure." destined for'the future home. There then, would not marriage with morning her senses had returned, and Jonjf HAYWARD.
t :t;' 1 But I make a good deal by my were the ,little bronzes meant for another than Tom seem almost sacri- she knew that a brave strong-hearted, Mary Ranley was sure some complex -
Ir.. r't teaching, and I thought that, working Tom's study, and purchased out of the lege, after all they had planned together successful woman-for she was suc- machinery in her head had got
i ,; i together, ire might get on." economies of her holiday times; there ? Why, their_ -whole future had cessful in her own way-has no rightto out of order, so loud and persistentwas
4'!!-.; That is quite out of the question," were pretty vases and little brackets been mapped out with each other, and throw herself on any'man's charity the whirring in her ears.
,', he said, fretfully, turning away from and scraps of tasteful china-all the' union with John' Hayward would be just because he loves her and because When she spoke at last her voice
':: the pleading, patient eyes. "I am feminine trifles that would have given but a dreary deception., her life-story has been mistold. If sounded faint and far away. *
,',,: 1 not going to have my wife drudgingi a home-likeness to his bare lodgings. Then she went on to think of her she had only waited to post her "Js your name Mary ?"
' H i nil day long that., we. may. not starve. She remembered where, she had gath- pupils, whom she did ,not and, could letter- next day herself it would Of course it is, or rather :Maryt"r'

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but every one calls me Mousie only the other day that Mr. remove the burdens under which American I and duties "f citizen>hip. and new and more favorable conditions forth ,
except: John Hayward. He thought house had stopped her to tell 'Vheel-I shipping ha.. been depressed. It imposed While: 'we favor all l legislation which: will ; and! has continued these burdens. It, professes tend to equalize the distribution of property, and employment, and due reward of- labor
Mousie no name for a girl, and so healways be had just been 'asking Tom by letter a policy of reserving,public lands for to the prevention of monopoly and to the and of capital and the general welfare of

called me Mary-Miss Mary ; why he was neglecting :Mary Ranley. small holdings by actual settlers; it has strict enforcement of individual rights the whole country.MILLINERY. I' .
funny." It was good of she had given away the people'slleritn e. till nowa against corporate.'abuses, we l hold that the
it did sound KO very you, few railroads and nonf-resident: aliens, individual welfare of society depends upon a scrupulous -
Then, Miss Mary, I have an offer said going<;> home' with another shaft and corporate, possess a larger area regard for the rights of property as defined ;'l rFINE

for it came to me, rankling in her sore heart. than all our farms between the two eas. by the law We believe that labor is
of marriage naturally enough you;; I took it to It was dusk as she went wearily It professes a preference' for free institu best rewarded where it' is freest and most .................................................;.............. I
and, tions. It organized and tried to legalize the enlightened. It should be fostered:! and
e1f." down the street. 'fhe'early October control of State elections by Federal troops.It cherished.We !i t

D1r'Mousie was !so flurried that she did night was closing in, and broad bandsof professes a desire to aid labor; it has sub- favor the repeal of all laws restricting #.............................................................. .
her friends perturbation. light from open doors 'fell across: jected the American working men to the the free action of labor and the enactmentof I
not notice competition of convicts and imported labor.It laws by which labor organizations
"I fancied," she said, holding the her path. The street 'was very still professes gratitude to .all who were disabled be incorporated and of all such legislationas may -\T-

letter in her hand, but not looking<;> at and empty, and she felt thankful for or died in the war, leaving widows or will tend to enlighten the people as to

lie must have been writingto that and for the coming peace of her orphans; it left to the Democratic House of the true relation of capital and labor. KING'SBAZARHATS
it, Representatives the first effort to equalizeboth We believe that the public lands ought, as
met and had mixed the covers. Thatis solitary parlor. But'she' stood for an the bounties and pensions. It proffersa far as possible, to be kept as homesteads for
like your very clever people instant on the doorstep to watch the pledge to correct the irregularities of our 'actual settlers; that all unearned lands

FO how lucky the letter came to an trembling stars before she rang the tariff; it created and has continued them. i. heretofore improvidently granted to railroad BONNETS, 'RIBBONS,
But I Its tariff commiS8ion'confessed need
own a corporations by the action of the Republican -
engaged girl }i bell.Bessie : of more than 20 per cent. reduction ; its party should be restored to the public

Well, ,I don't see the luck of it, answered it with a beaming II Congress gave reduction of less than 4 per domain,' and that no. more grants of land FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.A .

I wrote yesterday and accepted face. She was very fond of :Miss cent. It professes a protection of American shall be made to corporations or be allowed
for manufactures it, has subjected them
'' ; to an to fall into ownership of alien absentees.
Ranley, who had always been kind to increasing flood of manufactured goods and .Fall Line of Elegant Late and Mail Fichus,
to all which
are opposed propositions ,
And Tom !1" her. with
"'bliMarv: hopeless competition manufacturing upon any pretext, would convert the General -
Tom and I had quarreled, and There is a visitor for you in the nations. not one of which" taxes raw.material Government into a machine for collect- CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS. .
;r. taxes be distributed the States .
John's letter came at my worst mo- parlor, miss. It professes to protect all American industries or ing the citizens to thereof.In among Linen Collars and Kid Gloves.All "
him. "Oh well. Mary but it has the to
ment FO I accepted very expectedone impoverished many I
reaffirming the declarations of the Democratic !
lou io's dim. of the pupil teachers who wanted subsidize a few. It professes the protection of the Latest !
Poor ) eyes grew of American: .labor; but it has depleted the platform of 1856, that "the liberal Styles.
44 In that: case, Mary, I suppose you'llad a certificate ; so she went up stairs returns of American agriculture, an industry principles embodied by Jefferson in the De-
the she and put her outdoor and followed half of It claration of Independence, and sanctionedin
better keep letter said things away, by our people. professesthe FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, ,
the Constitution
of all before the and which makes ours the
little.U It brushed her hair and then came downto equality men
was reallysent ,
a land of and the
{altering attempting to fix the status of colored citi- liberty asylum of the oppressed -
to you, sand, after all, I don't mind be the school-mistress at home. zens, the acts of its Congress were overset !; of every nation, have ever been cardinal Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.

inu-ch. But it was not Jane Blakeney who by the decision of its courts. It accepts a principles in Democratic. faith! ," "

PO"very You .e little darling rose at her entrance but a tall brown- new duty in leading in the work of progress nevertheless, do not sanction the import- -
are generous and its criminals ation of foreign labor, or the admission of
and reform, caught are +
bearded who looked into her face -r-h-+ 1 : II il I : I +-
but there ems" no necessity for you'rE:1crifiee man, permitted to escape through continued delays servile races unfitted by habits training, religion -
even if Mr. Hayward would and then held out his hands to her I or actual connivance in the prosecu I I or kindred qualities for absorptioninto SUMMER GAl\IES. i iit
: tion. with the the great body of our people, or for citi- :
without word. Honeycombed corruption I
it. I wrote recant.ation a
permit my of longer shocksits zenship which our laws confer. American' ( I ( I I I ( I I I I I t I I I I I i I I : i I.r-
no t
this afternoon. There is the "Tom !1" she said, with a little outbreaking moral sense.exposures Its honest members, its independent civilization.demands that against the immigration '

letter can send it to him with fluttering sigh ; Tom journals no longer maintain a or importation of Mongolians to
; you
succssftil for in its these shores our gates be closed. The Demo- Croquet Sets.and Base-Ball Bats,
own. He will be sure of its Yes, it is I. I came back as soon contest authority coun-
your sels veto bad nominations.That cratic party insists that it is the duty of the
or a upon
that 1 as ever I knew you were free. Government to protect with equal fidelityand '
genuineness way. a change is necessary is proved by MARBLES, KITES, ETC.
Then the two girls kissed and cried I have not deserved it." an existingsurplus of more than $100,000,000 vigilance the rights of its citizens, naturalized -

each other, and after the exchange Perhaps not ; but then, you see, I which has yearly been'collected from a suf- at home or abroad. To the end -ALSO-
over that this protection be assured United
fering people. Unnecessary taxation is unjust may Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.KING'S .
Mousie could not do without I need
of divers confidences you. taxation. We denounce the Republ ican party States papers of naturalization issued by the .
went away, carrying John's letter some one to scold and keep me right." for having failed to relieve the people from courts must be respected by the executive

Oh old crushing war taxes, which have paralyzed and legislative departments of our own Government '
Tom again
still unread in hr hand. no, never ; BAZAR
; and by all foreign powers. It'is an .?
business and
crippled industry, deprived
After she had, gone :Mary took out things and old habits are all ended. labor of employment and of its just reward. imperative duty of this Government to effi- /

her needlework, with an undefined And you threw the other fellow The Democracy pledges itself to purify the ciently protect all the rights of person and Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.
Administration from to restore property of every American citizen in foreign -
: ? corruption ;
that chaos had over
feeling come again,
lands, and demand and enforce full
revive for law and to I
and that in the midst of it it was well No, not that exactly; it was all a reduce economy taxation; to to the respect lowest limit;consistent reparation for any invasion thereof. An Fl.. AUSTINa:

to hold on to some commonplace, mistake-all my pride and his stupid- with a due regard to the preservation of American citizen is only responsible to his MANUFACTURER OF
every-day employment. ity ; but I have been well punishedfor the faith of the nation to its creditors and own Government for any act done in his
own country, or under her flag, and can
By and by Bessie came in with the everything. I never thought you pensioners.Knowing full well, however, that legisla- only be tried therefor on her own soil and Tin 1 Sheet-Iron Ware

tea-tray, an4 as she flitted about the would come back." tion affecting the occupation of the people according to her laws, and the power existsin
I did back till should be cautious and conservative in this Government to expatriate an American AND DEALER.IX
table Mary spoke with the feeling of not mean to come I
citizen to be tried in foreign land
desperation which, makes us alwayswant 1 found there was no getting' on without method, not in advance! of public opinion, for any such act. This country any has never .
put responsive to its demands, the Demo- URL R rrI B &nm K T TVJ
to lay a finger on our wound. you. cratic party is pledged to revise the tariff in had a well-defined and executed foreign policy :

You posted letter last night And then Mary burst into tears, a spirit of. fairness to all interests. But in i except under a Democratic administration. -
That has been in
policy ever regardto
reduction in taxes it is not
making a pro-
and stood his shoulder.
Bessie sobbing against ;
? posed to injure any domestic industries, but foreign nations, so long as they not
Bessie paused, the picture of conster- Oh, Tom, I have missed you so !r' rather to promote their healthy growth. act detrimental to the interests of this coun-
nation. she said ; From the foundation of this Governmentthe try or hurtful to our citizens, to let them
collected ''at the customhouseshave atone; that as the result of this policy we
"Oh miss I'm afraid I all Well, I am here now to take care taxes
forgot been the chief source of Federal reve recall the acquisition of Louisiana, Florida,
about it." of you ; won't that be reversing the nue. Such they must continue to be. Moreover California, and adjacent Mexican territory,

You forgot to take it out, I sup- old order of things?" smiling at her many industries have come }o rely by purchase alone of Democratic, and contrast these grand I AtlIf IINN YMIN01 NndnI"
acquisitions statesmanshipwith
pose ?" speaking. in a voice so high fondly.And. so upon that legislation any change for successful of the law continuance must be at, the purchase of Alaska, the sole fruit mph x f I ,

and eager that it scarcely sounded so it came about that :Mary every step regardful the labor and cap of a Republican Administration of nearly a

like her own. Ranley, despite her dangerous hesita- ital thus involved. The process of reform quarter of a century.
The Federal Government should for
Oh, no, miss : I took it and put it tion between two stools, found a com- must dictate be of subject. in execution to this plain and improve the Mississippi river and care other
in my waterproof pocket, but Peter fortable seat on one of them, after all. taxation should be limited to the requirements great water-ways of the Republic, so as to Z
-All the Year Hound. secure for the interior States easy and cheap M =
met me before I reached the office and of economical government. The S
then I but I'll with it necessary reduction in taxation can and transportation to tide-water.
forgot, run out must be effected without depriving American Under the long period of Democraticrule
now in a minute." THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.: labor of the ability to compete success- and policy our merchant ma-

Bring it to me instead, please; Idon't fully wich foreign labor, and without imposing rine was fast overtaking and on Of the Latest and Most Approved Patternscooma -
i the of outstripping
lower rates of duty than will be am- point
is the Platform
want it Following as reported by
posted now.
increased costof of Great Britain. Under twenty years of UTEXSILS OF ALL
Bessie never knew till this hour why the Committee, and adopted at the Chicago ple which to cover may any exist in consequence production of the Republican rule and policy, our commerce KIDS I

3Ii.):s Ranley gave her five shillings National Convention : I higher rate of wages prevailing in this coun- has been left to British bottoms and the LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,,

instead of the scolding she expected, The Democratic Party of the Union try. Sufficient revenue to pay all expensesof American flag has been almost swept off the
its in National high seas. Instead of Republican party'sBritish
through representatives the Federal Government economically WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
neither does John Hayward understand convention assembled recognizes that, as administered, including pensions, interest policy we demand for the people of

why letter: number one never the Nation grows older, new issues are born and principal of the public debt, can be got the United Statesman American policy. Under -
reached him, of time and progress, and old issues perish, under our present system of taxation from the Democratic rule and policour DRIVEN WELLS SPECIALTY
but the fundamental principles of the Democracy the custom-honse taxes*-on fewer imported merchants and sailors flying the stars: and -
Tom Danvers went to Rangoon, as approved by the united voice of articles, bearing the heaviest on articles of stripes in every part successfully searchedout AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON.
he had said, in much disgust and de- the people, remain and will ever remain as luxury and bearing the lightest on articlesof markets for the varied products of American TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled

t p air. Mary's unfaithfulness had the best and only security for the continuance necessity.We industry; under a quarter of a centuryof Wind Mills for pumping water or running
turned the sunlight into darkness for of free government. The preservation therefore denounce the abuses of the Republican rule and policy, despite our light machinery promptly erected on order.
of personal rights, the equality of all citi- existing tariff, and subject to the preceding manifest advantages over all other nations: Church. Factory and School Bells for sale-
him, but through his pain a certain zens before the law, the reserved rights'of limitations, we demand that Federal taxa- in high paid labor, favorable climate and at a bargain.
resolution to be and do something the States, and the supremacy of the Federal tion shall be exclusively for public purposes teeming soils ; despite the freedom of trade .JPl1":*Stoves at Wholesale Prices.
daily. '!He would her he Government within the limits of the Con- and shall not exceed the needs of the Gon- .. among all these, the United States despite All goods delivered at the various trans-
grew forget the foremost of
their by races
stitution, will ever form the true basis of ernment. economically administered. The population portation stations within the city free of
would never speak of her again andif our liberties and can never be surrendered system of direct taxation known as Inter-- men and the annual immigration of the charge. All sales for cash.
men uttered her name he would without destroying that balance of right nal Revenue," is a war tax, and as long as young, thrifty and adventurous of all na-
and which enables the continent tions; despite our freedom here from the CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS '
powers: to the tax continues the money derived there-
turn aside but would do so well
life and in the
inherited burdens industry
be developed in and social order to from should be devoted to the
peace ; sacredly relief Fernandina, :Fla. July 12,1884.AB. .
with his own life that one day she be maintained by means of local go.vern- of the people from the remaining bur- Old World monarchies, their costly wars, ,

would know him the superior of the ment. dens of the wsr, and be made a fund to defray their navies, their vast tax-consuming, non-
man she had married. So in much But it is indispensable for the practical the expense of the care and comfort of producing standing armies; despite twenty XOYES,
application and enforcement of these funda- worthy soldiers disabled in the line of duty years -of peace, that Republican rule and (Successor to W. A. SA BOP"i'),
wrath and scorn he sailed away to mental principles that the Government in the wars of the Republic, and for the policy have managed to surrender to Great Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
succeed or fail as might be. should not always be controlled by one po- payment of such pensions as Congress may Britain, along with our commerce the con-
As litical party. The frequent change of administration from time to time grant to such soldiers, a trol of the markets of the world. Instead of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES,,
for Mary, her life was all at the is as necessary as a constant like fund for sailors having been already the Republican party's British policy, we
dead demand in behalf of the American Democracy CHOICE WINES AND LIQUOrs HAY,GR.%IY,
level ,
of noThere
monotony recurrence to the popular will. Otherwise provided, and any surplus should be paid Instead of the
was always the morning's work abuses grow, and the Government, insteadof into the Treasury.We American discredited policy. scheme and Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
I being carried on for the general welfare favor an American continental policy, Republican party's Steamboat Landing,
always the enforced idleness for American
evening's false pretense of friendship
becomes an instrumentality for imposing based upon more intimate commercial rela-
and periodically the long empty holidays heavy burdens upon many who are governed tions with our sister Republics of North, labor expressed by imposing taxes, we demand FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

: in which her loneliness grew only for the benefit of the few who govern. Central and South America but entangling in behalf of the Democracy freedomfor Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C':
the American laborer by reducing taxes,
more The public servants thus become arbitrary alliances with none. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in
t t' assertive. Like many another rulers. We believe in honest money, the gold and to the end that these United States may large quantities. .
_ &e was learning that- This is now the condition of the country. silver coinage of the Constitution, and a circulating compete with unhindered powers for the Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-
It is .Hence a change is demanded. The Repub- medium convertible into such primacy among nations in all the arts of CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the
. ny's
not in the shipwreck and the strife and fruits of liberty.
lie lican party, so far as principle is concerned, money without loss. peace best in the world.
l feel benumbed and wish to be no is remiss in practice. It is an organizationfor Asserting the equality of all men before With profound regret we have been apprised Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED
more, enriching those who control its ma- the law; we hold that it is'the duty of the by the venerable statesman, through PLOWS.
; 11 ben I in the after silence on the shore, chinery. The frauds and jobbery which Government, in its dealings with the ''peo- whose person was; struck that blow at the Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-
all is lost except a little life. have been brought to light in every depart- ple, to mete out equal and exact justice to vital principle of republics (acquiescence in VILLE. 33
. She ment of the Government are sufficient to all citizens, of whatever nationality, race, the will of the majority) that he cannot per-
was old she would
; growing have called for reform within the Republican color or persuasion, religious or political.We mit us again to place in his hands the lead-
; bon be thirty, and already there were party. Yet those in authority, made believe in a free ballot and a fair ership of the Democratic hosts for the reason BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
. whIte threads in the glossy smoothness reckless by long possession of power, have count, and we recall to the memory of the that the achievement of reform in the ad-
[ of her hair and she knew she succumbed to its corrupting influence, and people the noble struggle of the Democratsof ministration of the Federal'Government is
. was have placed in nomination a ticket against the 45th and 46th Congresses, by whicha an undertaking too heavy for his age and HORACE DREW,
; "rowing older and more unsocial than ,which the independent portion of that partyare reluctant Republican opposition was com failing strength. Rejoicing that his life has

s -Its!;s Griffiths or Miss Henderson had in open revolt. Therefore a change is pelled to assent to legislation making every- been prolonged until the general judgmentof Bookseller, Stationer, .

o ever been. But she was a good demanded; such a change was alike neces- where illegal the presence of troops at the our ,fellow-countrymen is united in the Printer and Binder. F
in his
teacher sary in 1876 but the will of the people was polls as a conclusive proof that a Democratic wish that the wrong were righted
she was a success in the high i then defeated by a fraud which can never Administration will preserve liberty with person for 'the Democracy of the United

,_ school, and she clung to that poor be forgotten nor condoned. order. States, we offer him, in his withdrawal from School Books and Orange Wraps ;
' triumph as her last of Again in 1880 a change was demanded by The selection of Federal officers for the public cares, not only our respectful sympa-
It It source happiessid the people and'was defeated by the lavishuse Territories should be restricted to citizens thy and esteem, but also that lasting homage NOW A SPECIALITY.
:It was she, the strong one, who of money contributed by unscrupulous previously resident therein.- of freemen, the pledge of our devotionto

do a small work in a small contractors and shameless jobbers, who had We oppose sumptuary laws which vex the principles and the cause now insepa- ..
groove aU her life aud Tom who bargained for unlawful profits or high office. the citizens and interfere with individual rable in the history of this Republic from $& Liberal discounts to Teachers and .
e would The Republican party, during its legal, its liberty.We the labors Samuel J. Tilden.
But grow to success and power. stolen and its bought tenures of power, has favor honest Civil Service Reforms and With this statement of the hopes, principles Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free, on

she deserved that for her wrong steadily decayed in moral character and political the compensation of all United,States offi- and purposes of the Democratic Party, application. .
etihnr :ate of both of them. And capacity.).. Its platform 'promises are cials by fixed salaries; the separation of the the great issue of reform, and a change in
knew he every now a list of its failures. It has squandered Church and State, and the diffusion of free the administration 'is submitted to the peo- 59 W. BAY STREET,
h e had was doing well and that hundreds of millions to create a Navy that education by common schools, that every ple, in calm confidence that the'popular
forgotten her. Why, it was does not exist. It calls upon Congress to child in the land may be taught the rights; voice will pronounce in favor of new men, JACKBOXVILLE.FLAw


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'' : i L THE FLORIDA MIRKO sentatives at the next session of THE QUESTION"RAILROAD OF 7'ITLE, TO I missioner of the General Land Office every political gathering, supplemented ---

'... : Congress will make such an earnest JLAXDS. of the United States, ,that the record- with bad whisky, and unlessa

.;.: .' GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. .., 'effort for Florida's best Atlantic sea- There appears to be a popular misconception ing of such.certified lists in the coun- finn hand is placed upon this
of effect of the bill
#, a.4 :;;: Subscription, 82 per year; six months, 81. port as to put it on the footing of the ties where the lands are situated, universal- carrying of weapons many
introduced Senator Plumb
their neighboring seaports of Geor- lately by would greatly tend to allay the lives will be sacrificed, and
f': Office comer Centre and First streets,second floor. of Kansas, iii reference to a forfeitureof worthycitizens
gia, South Carolina and North Caro: unearned lands the doubts of purchasers as to the title to will stay away from political I

r "} RATES OF ADVERTISING. lina. granted by any particular parcel of land: that discussions. We trust that
.... United States in aid of the construc- next
for the first and five cents for
Ten cents a line might or might not be embraced in Legislature will enact
,'. >. each subsequent insertion. THE TAVARES "HERALD" ,BOLT tion of the Florida Railroad. As this more string
"'. such certified lists. We make this
: Special local notices, 15 cents a.line. There is Tavares regulations in reference to carr '
t a gentleman matter is of-vital importance to, .. ins
.* I I Reading notices, 25 cents a line. many suggestion for the obvious benefit of pocket pistols.
Special rate for time advertisements upon appliCation of no mean ability and enterprise, ,of our citizens, and in fact to the
I both the railroad and the
+j at the office. ;. Mr. St. Clair-Abrams Mr. Abramsis company
prosperity of our whole State, we ;REVOLVERS AND: GENERAL LAWLESSNESS:
rr I r purchaser.MR. TER r3
7'I 1 Communications upon all matters of local inter-. displeased with the nomination, of take pleasure in publishing the fol- PEACE, QUIET AND CIVILIZATION.To .
cst solicited from all of the and from the peace-loving, civilized citizens
parts county
Mr. Charles the Pa- Of
4 I Dougherty by lowing letter from the Hon. D. L BLAME'S LETTER.
Gainesville and
along the lines of Florida railways. 1 Alachua county, we have
; : | All communications Intended for publication I.. latka Democratic Congressional Con- Yulee, addressed to Mr. M. A. Williams Mr. Elaine's letter of acceptanceis few words to say, and a few questions i : to a
should be addressed to the Editor; all business vention. :Mr. Abrams does not impugn ask. We
are in
letter simply to THE FLORIDA.IIRROR.. which, it, must be admitted, the longest-winded document of not politics in this but in

y the fairness of the nomination shows the true effect of the Plumb. the kind ever presented to the American the interests of our fellow men, our country

: !: SATURDAY' JULY 26. of Mr. Dougherty and the fact that and oar future. To an observing person
: 1884. bill upon the lands in question. Mr. people. It reads like one of judging from what has ,been seen in
'f he is the only Democratic candidatein Yulee those 160 in the meet
tw THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.FOR says : speeches printed ings here during the past few months, the
:a I nomination. Mr. Abrams says he WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Congressional Record but never delivered question "whither are we drifting?" ninst t.

PRESIDENT: i will not support him. Mr. Abrams, GREENBRIER Ct;. W.VA., July 10, 1884. and we suppose may' be of necessity, frE'qutntlcome.. We will not
.Jly Deaf Sir: In your I letter of July 1st, disgrace the sacred name Folitic by
4;' GROVER CLEVELAND, in common with every other citizen, considered as the speech he would ascribing
relative to the effect of the reported proceedings it to those gatherings in the capacity of
"M4 i i'I OF NEW YORK. has a right to vote for whom he : in Congress, you say : "The morning make if the proprieties of the situa- name. As such it would not be suitable.a

," !i', FOR VICE-PRESIDENT- : chooses. But Mr. Abrams,not satis- paper here gives the proceedings of Congress tion allowed him to go on the The word politics, as an adjective means

J. r-<, "" '' i THOMAS A. HENDRICKS fied with controlling his own vote in yesterday, from which we learn that a stump. We discover. in it nothingnew wise," prudent," etc. The word politic,
bill is pending to forfeit the United States as a noun means the science of
the matter, would like to influencethe govern
different from the
OF INDIANA. grant of lands to the Florida Railroad. A or very ment. Hence we will not speak of those

t votes of other men against Mr. l letter i is also telegraphed in the same paper speech of the average New England mob gatherings as being political meetings!: ,
%;t : : FOR GOVERNOR: Dougherty. As between the choiceof giving to this fact. It is for the
EDWARD prominence havinga Congressman. It gives one the idea' reason that wisdom, prudence and
; A. PERRY, bad effect, and until decided will the science
the Democratic Congressional very" stop of a man of words, words, words. of government are never present,
; OF ESCAMBIA. sales/ and have nothing to do in the
i Convention for Mr. Dougherty, and Mr. Blaine would like to draw off preceding of
The state of facts is misunderstood. No such confabs. The writer has not been"ab
;'t r' FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: the choice of Mr. Abrams againstMr. bill has been reported from a committee.Mr. attention from his personal unfitnessfor sent front: any so-called political meetings:

18 i MILTON H. MABRY, Dougherty, we incline to the Plumb introduced in the Senate a bill the office, and change the issue. that have been held in Gainesville during

i I /!i! OF SUMTER. opinion. that the Democratic voters which was referred to the committee; I en- to the tariff question. He has evi- the past four months ; and he has failed to be
I. close a of it. You will see that it only at
-- copy present a single meeting that was decent
I. a
of this district will the
I :' support dently made his mind to play
: }I'on CONGRESS; SECOND DISTRICT: proposes to claim forfeit of lands beyond up place for a modest man to be. lIe has so
F i- CIURLES; DOUGHERTY, nomination of Mr.\ Dougherty.The completed road, and i jilt were passed would that card and go .in for protection far failed to attend a meeting where oaths

4/ I' Democratic voters do not apply only to uncompleted road at the date strong. could not be heard in all p iris of the audi-
a t';I. I wish to send Mr. Bisbee to Congress.Mr. of its becoming a law, which, if it passed at The Democratic issue is for reform, ence like bids at an auctioneer's sale.
;: all, would pretty certainly I not be until in Has the question: ever dawned
FLORIDA'S NEEIJS.I Abram's, advice and example, if and Mr. Cleveland is the embodiment upon any
March. 18So.
of to what the
us as influences of
\! The interests of Florida in Congressional followed, would insure the electionof But there is no doubt that, even if the bill of the 'idea of political hon shameful proceedings will have on those the

; ; legislation are varied and Mr. Bisbee. Whether the Democratic passes, sales made prior to its passage as far esty-and political honesty is now minds of the young and rising generationthat

r : important. The rapid increase of voters like Mr. Doughertymore as the grant allowed to be made-to-wit: the great demand of the people.Mr. will control. and wield the scepter of
twenty miles beyond construction-would rule and misrule when who
Ii facilities for railway transportation or less one thing is quite sure are now
6,000 words will fall
be valid. This is covered
point expressly by setting the examples, are planted? How is
.1, ; throughout the interior, reaching they do not like Mr.\ Bisbee at all, the decision in the case of Schulenberg. cold upon the public. They know this lawless, predominant spirit to be broken

'L 1 almost every productive region of and will not contribute to his elec Harriman ((21 Wallace, R. 44)), in which the the man too well, and they know up and annihilated ? There is but one way

the State, demand commercial facili- court, after declaring that the grant continues that no reform is possible under the in which it can be effectually done and that
tion.Mr. in full effect until benefit of the condi- is by rigid enforcement of the laws. One
ties on our coasts, which depend on Abrams would do well to follow auspices of a Blaine administration.
tion subsequent is availed of the of
on part man, carries a pistol his neighbor, insteadof
liberal appropriations for the improvement the example of Mr. Purcell, of the grantor (the United States) by re-entry There is in the whole letter an un- reporting him to the; law as he should do,

4 1 ;, of our ports. New York, who after contesting (which would be effected by the act if passed), dignified pleading for support never buys a pistol to be even with him. By and

.' .' i The science of hydraulic engineering vigorously the nomination of Cleve- proceeds to say that-, "if the condition be before uttered by a candidate for the by they attend a 'pow-wow meeting; one

: is the land the combined wisdom not enforced the power to sell continues as says something or does something that incurs -
,:;t : ; applied to improvement says as Presidency.We .
II before its breach, limited only the
by objectsof the displeasure of the other, and the result -
,l. +1\i of the entrances to harbors by the of the part is greater than that of the grant and '.ther. manneV. of sale. pre-' trust Gov. Cleveland's letter I is that all ''hands draw the 'damnable
:, : removal of the bars which ,diminish any member of it, he bows to the scribed in the act." AH sales, therefore, of will be brief and to the point. The I revolver, and a riot often ensues. We had a

.; the draught of water, and by moles behest of the Democracy and will lands lying along the line of railway con-' people are not going to take Mr. demonstration of this in our own midst only
structed when the act becomes a Jaw, and a few days Men who were violatingthe
which afford,artificial protection. follow the old flag into the fiercestof Blaine on his own recommendation.POCKET ago.
for twenty miles beyond, carries a good law by carrying concealed weapons, met
'' i The building of moles or breakwaters the fight. He also what is
t says title, which the courts will maintain. in combat, and bloodshed resulted. Had
,: : to form artificial harbors in equally true as between Mr. Bisbee Yours truly, D. L. YULEE. PISTOLS. the letter of the law been previously enforced

'' : open roadsteads is a very old deviceof and Mr. Dougherty, that the Demo The Plumb bill reads as follows : The Alachua Advocate gives a this unpleasant episode would never have

engineering, but the deepening of cratic nomination is the better of A BILL strong and timely article on the cus- been kown. We often see men arrested for

r t the water on the bars was only attempted the two, and he declares "that for To in forfeit the construction the unearned of lands the granted Florida to Rail-aid tom of carrying pistols habituallyabout result carrying? They concealed are weapons.probably lined What to is the the

to be done by dredging patriotic reasons, as well as for prin- road by "An act granting public lands in the person, and especiallyinto pitiful extent of five dollars. They pay it,
alternate sections to the States of :Florida
w :machines of various sorts. The ciple, he would stand shoulder to and Alabama to aid in the construction of assemblies of people, when at a put their pistols in their pockets, walk out

;' utilizing of the currents of rivers, or shoulder with all good Democrats ina certain railroads iij, said States," and to restore moment, some difficulty arising, pistols of the court and continue to violate the
the same to settlement and for other
five-dollarstatute. If the law was
'; of tidal currents has only been made vigorous effort to elect our candi- purposes. are drawn and the lives of many same '
dealt this
; of of late for the dates such to effec- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives people endangered.The so meagerly out
.. ; use; improvement by a majority as of the United States of America, in would be materially obviated. If the maxi

: i ,H I of sea coast harbors. The mouth of tually defeat and dispossess our Congress assembled,That all lands, exceptingthe subject should be taken up i. mum instead of the minimum limit was ap-
of and lands for stations heretofore
;E the;Danube.is the most notable instance common enemy" We should be granted way for a railroad from Amelia- by the press with earnestness, and plied, men would soon discover that pistols

<, !., iv : of engineering skill applied glad to see Mr. Abrams act on the Island, on the Atlantic, to the waters of public opinion evoked to effectuallyput were expensive luxuries in which toindulge:
Tampa Bay, with a branch to Cedar Key, political meetings would be pleasant occur-
r I.I ;: ,J 1o Ueepening the entrance of an same principle. on the Gulf of Mexico, by an act entitled a stop to this most reprehensible rences ; the moral status of our people

,+. :' alluvial river. After of futile "An act granting public lands in alternate practice. A and and life
I' j : years sections to the States of Florida and Alabama vigorous would be raised to a higher plane,
\ .' experiments by the Engineer Department BISBEE, M. C. to aid in the construction of certain prosecution of those who go aroundin and liberties of free born American citizens
f t 11 '.''" Mr. Bisbee has certainly no claims railroads in said States," approved May sev- would not be constantly jeopardized. a
- ; ;; r the mouth of the Mississippi enteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, this manner would be serviceable, and
make claims preten-
on Nassau county for support. He and subsequent acts and joint resolutionsof people, we high
:; ;! remained practically stationary and if the law was generally en- But
sions to decency and respectability.
which to and
Congress, are,adjacent co-
\.:fl.' until Capt. Eades applied the has deliberately and unnecessarilygone terminous with the uncompleted portionsof forced against carrying arms secretlyit our pretensions are incongruous with our

:,:> '. jetty system, successfully utilizing out of his way to take away within the both main the line granted of said and road indemnity embraced limits would receive the support of a large actions.So .

J f(1.( the force of the currents to deepen from our port a part of the appro- as contemplated to be constructed under number of people whose only excuse long ns we keep quiet and permit dis-
:: and by the provisions of the said act of May graceful meetings to be held in our midst
wl the
,;,it r: :' and keep open a channel confined priation already agreed on by seventeenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, for being armed is that othersare we are aiding and abetting evils that will

",. j. within certain limits. committee, depreciating the importance and acts and joint resolutions, subsequent so, and that it is necessary in some time cause us to curse the day in
I, r thereto and relating'to the construction of
:: At Charleston, St. John's river and of this harbor to the State, and said road, be, and the same are hereby, de- self defense. which we failed to discharge our duties as

,< .'. i;Pemandina the, jetty system has striving to obtain a larger appropri- domain clared forfeited, and made and subject restored to disposal to the public under The unfortunate illustration afforded law-abiding citizens, anxious for civilized the propagation -
and of prac-
i,. becli adopted for deepening the ation for an adjoining and inferior the general laws of the United States as in the murder of Pattersonat promulgation
tices and of law and
the insufficient though said grant had never 'been made :, general
and iri-
t wafer on the outer bar, which regu- port, upon Provided, That the price of the lands so' for- Madison: and the shooting of Advocate. ____ ___ _____

a 1 e' late\1 the entrance of vessels. Overon defensible reason that it. was a very feited heretofore and fixed restored, for the shall even-numbered be the same sec-as Hughes at Gainesville, shows how THE Philadelphia Board of Health has

million of dollars have been poor bar."There. unsafe it is small the cholera,
t IS, o.rr { { ex- tions within said grant. for innocent by- published a pamphlet on

Charleston without having' It cannot'be doubted that 'the 'in which many practical suggestions are
F perfded is that the vacant standers to be found in a crowd of
no use denying
':.4 !' so far accomplished the effect lands to the extent ,of six full any'kind, where negro officers reck- given to cleanse dwellings and to guard
Cleveland reform
campaign means : against the disease. The following sensible
j': t. intended. The $250,000 recently says the Independent. "That is the sections to every mile of road con- lessly exhibit their own weapons,.followed rules are appended to the report :

1 .' appropriated should test the question one word for the moment that has structed, and for twenty miles beyond by the quick production of Observe strict cleanliness in your person

9 I' there. At the St. John's $375- the point of construction are the pocket pistol in the hands of and clothing.
I thunder in it, and the Clevelandmen Change your undergarments daily.
000 has been without earned lands Be in habits of life, meals,
4; r ; expended perceptible have uttered it. He himself and having once been various:other parties. exercise regular, and sleep.your

benefit at its mouth; and represents it, and a great deal more earned, no act of Congress can effecta We must make war on'the pocket Dress comfortably for the season, and

$175,000 at the entrance to Cumberland forfeiture of them. ,And as it,is pistol Public opinion'must hold it avoid the night:: air as much as possible.
of it than into the
r .,4 i was put platform Avoid the use of alcoholic drinks.
: sound with some apparent ben- he was nominated on." not at all probable that any act for an offense against the law to carry Live temperately' ; avoid all excesses food.in

,1't4' efit-although the amount expended forfeiture is likely to go into opera- secret arms ; public opinion must eating especially crude.cabbage raw,, and salad indigestible, cucumbers, and

I; ; is hardly one-tenth of the amount HON. JOHN M. FORBES, of Boston, tion before March 1885; we are con- also make it discreditable to an,honorable unripe fruits.
A will be secured by boilingall
greater safety
s ,,. estimated to complete work. who usually contributes $10,000 to fident in our prediction that there man to be so armed. If we water used for drinking purposes.

1 1 .ffl t j- The appropriations for the present the Republican Presidential campaign will be no forfeiture of any of the can reduce the carrying of arms to rice Partake well boiled of well-cooked, and avoid beef pastry and and mutton laxative -,

,: ; year are :. Mobile Harbor, $200,000; fund, refuses to support lands .which the Florida Railroad, the rowdies and the 'gamblers, we fruit.

$. 30j)( ( for Charleston and $200- or its successors earn or be en- can let them Take your meals at regular seasons.
; Blaine, and announces his purpose may have 'it out among Avoid bodily fatigue and mental exhaus

-, 11.: .',, t., {' :. 000 for Savannah; $150,000 for St. to support Cleveland. titled to under the legislative grant. themselves, perhaps when .they escape tion. By excitement or violent exercise you
the to
j I John's river bar, and only $75,000(> We suggest, however, that as the selections the cognizance of the law. disease.increase susceptibility of the system

t ;' t for Femandina bar-the most promising THE Presidential election of 1884 made under this legislative We 'are entering upon a heated Fine Printing.

> ,I of them all. will ,be greatest known in the Amer- grant become valid only by the verification and exciting campaign, and there Cards. Letter-Heads, Note-Heads. Bill-

r We trust our Senators I and Repre- ican history for vest-pocket tickets. and certificate of the Com- will be much explosive material in :Heads Printing, Statements neatly executed, and every at this description office. of

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Office ihnrt) From 8:00 .,. )f. to 6:00 p. M.Suiiuav SPRING AND SUMMER GOODSMODE
: Hours, 10:30 A.M.: tO 11:30 A. M. J. &> T. XYDO:
Mone" pnlers and Registered Letters from
S-UO: A. ft' *11 J:0 P. M>: acid from 2:00 P. M .

\rrivca Transit/ daily&Peninsular except Sunday Railroad....... 4:00 p. M. :: : BIb's: :: : --I ..

Brings mails from the North,the NEWSPRING I .
Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular -
railroads. .
Cloes daily except Sunday.......... 6:00 A.M. CENTRE. STREET, ,NEAR THE DEPOT,
Takes* mails for the North,the AND
Gulf coast,Tftinsit and Peninsular BUiVI4

roads.Lce .. I Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the
burg train arrives daily 8:30 A.M. I .
UriiiRS Western mail only.Fetnanama Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur-' GOODS
&Jacksonville Railroad-
\.\rrives daily except Sunday........ 8:50: A.M. chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at'such low
Brings the Jacksonville and St.
John's river mails. NEW AND LATEST STYLES
Arrives daily,except Sunday.....;.. 5.00 p. M.
Brings,mails Mine as above. .
Closes daily except Sunday.} 9:00 A.M. DRESS GOODS and SILKS
.Takes the Jacksonville, John'sKi ,
\er and Northern mails. .
have endeavored to select the
Clones daily except Sunday-..... 5:30 p.M. NUN'S VEIL ING S BUNTINGS
Takes the Jackson .John's ,
Northern and Western mails.

Jacksonville,river nu'ii/.1ail-and St.John's River, Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be" Found rand Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods.Laces .

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Northern mail arrives................. 9:00 p. M. all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see theBAR&AI1VS
Jacksonville St.John's Uh'eralld and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and InsertingsAFULL
the North closes. 6:00: A.M. LINE of the newest patterns. '
Jacksonville' and St.John's River
only, :.'- 4:00 p. M. Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.
P. I.
Our Spring Clothing for :Men and Youths has arrived, and for style

flood, Wood. and quality cannot'be surpassed.

Having Duryfe's recently till\ established provided a with WoodYardnear all theJeccssarlUachil to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.

(ery for sawing and splitting *We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

FIIJE-WOOD, York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit, guaranteed.

I sawed:am\ now to any prepared lengths; to,for furnish either stove Oak or Wood fireplace -, MODE BROTHERS "* Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing .

,at 0"E DpLLAK.PER A. ELLERMANN.Absolutely LOAD.J. elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. .

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DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.7 : .

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POWDER never varies. A marvel CITY OFSTA.TJ3 SAN ANTONIO 1.G8O TUNS.
Tills purity,strength and wholebomeness. PAUL OF TEXAS, 1,543 TON .
More economical than the ordinary kinds, CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS.
and cannot be hold in competition with the FUNKE'SH
multitude of low test,short weight,alum or WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. I I t I i

3$ 106 Wall Street New York. !

of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
THURSDAY AFTERNQON. on arrival of afternoon, trains from Jack
sonville, Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad.
ESTAllLISIIED 187S. +;++++++ +++++++++++;++*wr++++++.++++++++ This Line, having no Transfers between Fcriiaiidina and New
-- I :'"'; FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
FROM SECOND, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
FLORIDA.JUST ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. ,

=I[ .1= Silks Satines
For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to

l Pier 20 East River.New York. 51-

. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
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o' aiM 1i Chemicals, Hamburg: Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO fl.E.DOTTERERINVITES

. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' i'

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d Jt.r Physicians' Prescriptions FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.

careful}. compounded with pure Drugs,at TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
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Ig d Notice of Letters-: tionI of. Adniinistra 3S0LD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS PURE AKD OF GOOD QUALITY

.1, : e heirs representatives, and all per- -BY-
\- all,. interested,are cited to show cause, if +-
they can,before the County Judge of AND -
ydaassa: :u TEAS COEEEES
. County Flaon or before the firsts PAUL FUNKE.
, nimiiarPte'Uber'I884t: wll-y letters of ad- -t +-
III not be issued from the ,
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Fernandina., upon the "
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of .In nlf-ss ny !hilld HS Jude' and the seal NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.
11- court, this 16th day of July, A. D. : ,
of 18()4'ft: H J.. BAKER. .. "';;>) ;:,.' t .:..;il; i )_., : : :;:::;: :,.":':;_ ::\-f.J; ."\f l: >'< '<'r.: <:i:. -- i
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," ., 11': ;' GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY I Assesstor of lares-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. ;" HOLMES.:

f' County Judge-R..D. Davis, Sanderson. Collccor of Rn'euue''v.. F. Trantham, County Juane-M. J.Solomons.' County Judge-. H. Brownell.
: ''' United States OHIcers. Clerk-F. J. Poris Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-W.. Jeter. Clerk-T. H. Pitman.

LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools:\1. L. Paine, Sheriff R., F. Ho fort1. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.

i Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb San- Fort McCoy: Trea$1lrer""J." E. Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
derson. :MONROE COUNTY. Ret'eJltle-Tho P. Shuler.
Collector Collector
of of Revenue-William
Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville.
.. .. Surt'eyor-GeneraL-\lalachi, :Martin, Tallahassee. -, Collector of Retenue7-"J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron; Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton.
I derson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key"West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. I Superintendent of&hools-'Vhitnell Curry.

DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. ESCAMBIA.. t WASHINGTON.
: i Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney, Jr.,
Judye Tliomaa Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key 'V cst. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County Judge-Vfm. B. Jones:
Marshal J. H. Durkee Jacksonville. Clerk-F. :K de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
i (Collector
S. Moreno
County JudgeJ. R. ,Richard, Providence. /Revenue-Mason' ,
\\\ H. Hutchinson.
Sfteriff Sheriff-E. P. Melvin.
Clerk Walter Jacksonville.
-Philip Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Treasurer-Thomas
INTERNAL BEVENCE.: Sheriff W.. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key J.Iiller..
Collector Revenue Manuel Palm
( of s. Collector Ret'tlllte-John
of Roche.
CQ/lr.ctor-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. .Assessor of Taxes: -George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook
Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-D. H.
I Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan, Horn.
John Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintcndent. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

; ; Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Cltrk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.' County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge-William Clark.

;{ t John P. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina.Assessor Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

., .. f BREVARD COUNTY. of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff -J. W. Campbell. Sheriff-Joseph S. Stone.
'I A. nandina. Treasurer-James S.: Bowers. t Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
State O lcers.I County Judge-James McCrory, City
: I; I Point. Collector of Revenue=Warren F. Scott. Fer- Collector of Ret'enue-\\P. B. McLeod. t Collector of Revenue-Joel P. Atkins

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush
Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee.LieutenantGovernorLivingston Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-I,. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of ScJiools-\\'. G. Coxxvel1

Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- botham, Callahan.
W. Bethel
County Treasuree- Gustav Stark, Fernan-
Key 'Vest.Secretary TIKISWOOTOIsT
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Revenue-D.McQuaig..
vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.
Comptroller W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County-Judge-J.. Beggs, Orlando
rea8urer--Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-ThV>s..J. Shine Orlando.

Attorncy-General-i-GeoTgQ; P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNT Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Orlando.

'." haisee.Commissioner. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of' Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort SOLID. COMFORT OFFICE
Park. Reid, Fla. APPLIANCES
f. of Lands-P. W. White. j!
'# Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Oollector.oj Rer.'CJLUe-A. M.' Hyer, Sanford. S.

i t.. Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
.- Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Seeks

,, Adjutaiit-Gcncral; Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.

: BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. WITH TIlE)).

.J' Cbrnmirsioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. -- Barr

"': f ..see1.Clerk COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally. .r ,: IP -ow w-aa
R. C. Tallahassee.
County Judge-W. M. Ives,Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
?X Drew Astor
Special Agent-Columbus No. 8 Flat Top.
Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'enue-Josepb Price. Why use Desks of ordinary
Building,: ,
Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
W. Lake
Sherijf-J. Perry, City. construction when
.11; | SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. additional slight!

Chief Justice-E. M. Randall,Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. --r' cost you can have

Associate Ju.stir.e-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahassee Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker-Perry. 'J- the benefit of our improve

). Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. -- '" ments Awkward closets and

i uil; Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. .mr.I., ,; I,I side drawers done

'c Jackson.me.lcrk.C. County Judge-William A. McLean\ Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, ", 1 -' __ substitute away with.
r 1 revolving
1 .H.Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. cases,

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

First Circuit.-Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah JJowden, Jacksonville. County SUJo.eyor-D.N.: Cox, Perry. i e : =, 9 touch of the hand and are

I sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, .Perry. Iii thus enabled to furnish double
sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. !
Oil'cuit-David S.'Walker Tallahassee.
Second the
Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, JOHN'S I G Il'' --- space generally given on:
Jacksonville. I each side; and when cases are
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, :Madison. lo, ail =
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine.County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus; a open, the whole interior is

I ;: ville.Fifth sell Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. flooded with light and all

I Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON' COUNTY. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached with-

ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to
r J Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M.\ Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine.
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.

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

,' Court Calendar. Collector of RCf'enue-'V. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, TEE "WOOTOlsr

Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.
:j FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
f SUMTER COUNTY. Cabinet Office
Fall Term- Jasper. Secretary.
V Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge -J. Ii. Steele, Leesburg,

; Walton, 4th :Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas'J. Ivey, Leesburg.
: j County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- -]. S.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday Sheriff Dychcs, Leesburg.
in October. ville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville.
: 2d :Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-Josepli Hutchinson, _
,: in Washington October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. l 5 to the business public. One hundred and

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

Ol tober. ville. ston, Sumterville.. .... L ej one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -
Collector of Rerenue-F.M.Hedich Brooks- r r
;iEscambia, 1st :Monday in December. ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. Qn Manufacturers;'Bankers, Railroad Officials -

,,, This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-A.M.C. Russell, County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live Q j and Professional generally.
+ 10 1879 and does not change the :
I' ; I Fort Dade. Oak.Clerk .. .
: Spring Term. -Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.. !
THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. Wootou Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
,; Taylor; 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Collector of Ret'enue"Tilson H. Sessions,

> ; April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
'ft'1 f ;Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gal lagh erTampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones ,
l ;Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Live Oak.

-1, ':'Suwanee! 1st Monday after 4th :Mondayi Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., U. S. A.
.T I ill Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson
t : .t I' Columbia! 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

-. f in April. JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES.

I! t i., i.r; Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello.\ Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. ., ."
A. Cone
,, SheJ-iff-'V. ,Enterprise.
: in
,' Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello.
1"I Assessor Taxes-S. D. Glen
of Hodges,
I Fall Term .
; Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. ; ,
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.t ; .: Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Schools W. R. Cove. .': 031 J IS-: V" r" I..I ri
K Taylor
Superintendent of -
; October. Monticello.\ Collector ojRer.'enueP.. N. Bryan, Glen '; t"--:' ,, 1f. '.' <. ,'4; ft'1i'J; t; ..tt" ,-.

k \:Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Cove. t... ..:-' ; !. '-. t i
1-: 'f: i Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L.' D. Huston, >.

; ,Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- Enterprise. -", 0icJ1ngMs
in October. ticello. ..
I4 :Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th :Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. i
October. keenah. Sheriff Charles Alligood Crawfordville.

1 Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA
in October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts
County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy.
"', ; FOURTH CIRCUIT Crawfordville. I
J. Old Town.
Sherijf J. ,
Spring Term- County Treasurer W. Walker: Craw I
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Clerk-Neal A. New
! 1 :.ifl'-'M St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March McAlpin, Troy. fordville. I
., 4 j Clay, 4th Tuesday in :March. Superintendent. RamseyNewTroy. Collector of Revenue-R. C.McMillan,Craw- Fernaudina,
i Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. ford ville.
Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock New
,.;; Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw. Towns on R. R. Line I
F { Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville.
Collector Ret'enue-Adelbert S.
Duval, Tuesday in :May. Old Town. of Ackley, S.NToROSA.. And Cedar Key. I

Fall7'rm- County Judge-John Chain. I
Taxes-David R.
; St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Townsend, fV fi f fOrECr
,,;,' New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
I' i Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Treasurer Robert Robinson.
rs Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October Collector of Rf.1enue-'V. J. Williams.
c :r;, Baker,2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

i t. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. number of the most eligible and desirable
,v Y Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, POLK.
i i Spring 7t'TlnSumter Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
Treasurer J. L. Tallahassee.
Demilly Clerk-S. J. Pearce.
5 3d Monday in March
t' ,;:t + i i Marion,, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M. Bowen. City or Suburban Residences

i ', Putnam Tuesday, after 4th Monday in hassee. 7ha8urer-F. F. Beville.
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, i; Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector of Rel'enuc-J. D. Filles. i
:March. .
4th after 4th in Assessor of Taxes-W. H.Johnson. UPON EASY TERMS.
f+ Levy, Tuesday Monday l
,I. '_ March.- LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.DADE. .
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r t Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th :Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to 'd r

; k March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
k Fall Term Assessor.of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Hey ser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

' t Sumter, 1st Monday in October.'j.Marion Collector of Revenue B. B/Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.'

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

-w f : Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Rerenue-'Vm. H. Benest. erty' purchased substantial improvements'for '
Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest.
Alachua, 1st :Monday after 4th Tuesday in :MADISON COUNTY.:
residence, or in which to conduct their
November. JACKSON.
} M. .
e t County Judge-R. Witherspoon, Madi-
j, 4f SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.

\ Spring Term- son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore, :Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business. IGut rt
Orange, 4th Monday in January. D
", Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison Sheriff-Andrew Scott.
i ';'! Volusia, 3d Monday in February. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS p I"N"'rR
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Heam. Ri
Brevard,1st Monday in March. Madison. Collector of Ret'enue-John B.Anderson. EVE OUTotO
: by exemption for a term of from 3'CN DEf!.
; Dade,3d Monday in April. Taxes W. B. years
County 7rea.mrer-B. S. Smith, :Madison. Assessor of .Wynn. : '
,, l fall Term- Collector of Rct'enueB. D. Wadsworth Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J.Erwin.
{ taxation, offered by the several cities and
2d in
: 4 Orange, Monday August. :Madison. NWH wi
.,. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. FRANKLIN. I f
Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- towns. ,
4th in Apply.to
.183 Brevard. Monday September. ison. County Judge-"Robert G. Baker. ---

!' Dade, 2d :Monday in November. :MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W.. LEWIS 10 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.

*' .4 : \ County Judge-Z. T. Crawford Manatee. Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. 1 Office Beach &7th Fernandina. RANQ
cor. sts. \CAOO t-'t\.AN
7rt Treasurer R. H. Porter. v 9
; i _County .Officers..ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, :Manatee. o t
:".I; S. Watson Pine Level. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton. .'. ,,-. ILL. MASS. GA-
Sheriff-A. .
i';:( : a Assessor of.Taxes-Y. J. Egbert. FOR SALE: BY

x,:' :.r:, Coiatty. Judge-Junius C. (Gardner, Gaines- town.Assessor of Taxes-W. F. Parrish, Braden- Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. ,.;'L-' ..ii., -,< ", l I.: :,: .. j'..

r :; i ',:r:. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion. G.- Carlton, GADSDEN. ," "::: i HOTEL IN NEW YORK.Persons .
r Popash. _
: : Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. "

t a '., Assessor of Taxes-S. Wienges' Gaines- Pine Superintendent Level. of Schools Felix J.Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. .t.v, <. -. I i visiting New York for health, business

: ville.,. Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. at
: -, or pleasure will find first-class accommodations
CAJhctoroJ Rct'entU-H.C. Denton Gaines- MARION COUNTY. ; .; ." MILLER'S central near-
Treasurer-A. M. Smith. I HOTEL. Location
ville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Revenue-R.:\Morgan.. .. F'" I elevated and horse cars. Nice rooms,excellent

Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, I Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton McPhaul. :., .... f i Roman table, moderate baths. Address prices;DR.Turkish E.P., MILLER Electric ,and 39
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i, Gainesville. Sheriff( A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. ; e- t and 41 West Twenty-Sixth St.,:Sew York.i .

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Traveler's Guide. SEA' ISLAND ROUTE. RAILROADS.' : For information respecting routes, rates Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 4:56-a m
etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Albany daily at..11:30 a m
TRANSIT t PENINSULAR RAILROAD.pay rpIMECARD dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at :Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a m
Passenger Train leaves- JL, OF THE sonville. Arrive at New Orleans daily at..10:10 a m
For Cedar Key and Wild! wood and GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Arrive at Nashville daily at-.......... 8 JO a m
all 1 points on Transit Road......10.05 a. in. FLORIDA RAILWAY OAVIGATIOS COMPA5Y. FLORAL, CITY ROUTE. Arrive at'I..ouisville daily at..::...... 3:00 p m
For Savannah t and all points Northand -, \ Arrive! at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
West.......................;........10.05 a.' m. In Effect July ISth, 18 .$. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at.-......... 7:50 a m

(connecting at Callahan.) Inland Steamboat Co. -, (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 7:00 a m
Tallahassee, Pensacola and all TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION
For Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars on this
Central & '
points on the Florida (FEBNANDINA CEDAR'KEY. WESTWARD.No. Train to
,\rE' tern Railroad..... .......... ...10.0oa.in. ) 1. 1'0.3. Chattanooga via Jesup.
Baldwin.: (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian i, Time.) Accom. Mail. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesvilleto
(connecting at NO HEAT I-NO DUST! GOING SOUTli.: Leave Jacksonville....... 8.30 a m 5.55 p m Savannah. -
Passenger Train arrives- Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 a m 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
Fronf Cedar Key, \\ Ildod, and -BUT- Day Pas..M. Pas. Leave Baldwin............ 9.15am 7.45pm Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.

all points on the Transit Road... 4.38 p. in. A Delightful Sail 'Along the Picturesque Leave Fernandina...10.05 A.M. P.M.4.38 '" Lake City10.43 a m 11.04 p m Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -
:From Savannah and all points in Leave Hart's Road LiveOak...........,11.35 a m 1.30 p m to Savannah.Pullman .
North and West................ 4.38 p. m. Junction..l0.35 5.12 Cars ,
the Sea Islands. Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am Sleeping on this Train to
Pensacola. and Arrive Callahan.............-......11.20 6.14 "
:From Tallahassee the, Florida CentraltC1Vestern Leave Callahan....................11.30 6.30 Monticello........ 1.40pm 5.30am Louisville Thomasville.
all points on -- Leave Dutton.................. ....11.57 7.05 Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.26pm 8.14am A Restaurant has been opened at Way-
Railroad................ 4.38 p.m.yigM Leave Tallahassee......- 3.33 p m 8.40 a m cross, and abundant time will be allowedfor

Passenger Train leaves- B-A PERFECT DAYLIGHTTHE SERVICE-a Leave Brandy Branch...12.12 P.M. 7.22 Quincy.....?...... 4.35pm 10.30am meals by all passenger trains.

:For Cedar: Key Transit Wildwuod.Road.and...all.. 4.38 Arrive Baldwin....................12.30 7.45 Arrive Chatta. River... 5.45 p m 12.23 a m Connecting at Savannah with steamers by
points on the p. m. York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti-
Leave Baldwin..
-- 8.30
Savannah and all points North EASTWARD.No. more.
For and .......... 4.38 p.In. Leave Maxville...."................ 1.02 9.02 2. No. 4. Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor
Callahan. STEAMER Leave Highland....... 1.22 9.27 Accom. Mail.
at ) New York
and Baltimore.
(connecting Leave Lawtey..... 1.37 9.47 LeaveChatt'cbt>e ver.10.30 a m '1.30 p m
Pensacola and all .
ForTallahasi.ee,Florida Central, & Leave Temple's..................... 1.55 10.16 Quincy............11.52am 3.15pm and Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
onthe Steamship connections and
points Western Railroad..... ......-...... 4.38 p.m. Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25 Arrive Leave Tallahassee12.55 p m 4.50 pm Checked through. Also Sleeping, Car Baggage berths
: Tallahassee .......1.05
Baldwin. Leave Th urston..... 2.32 10.44 .. p in p m and sections
(connecting at ) Arrive Waldo....................... 2.52 11.16A. Monticello.......... 1.40pm 6.30pm Aster's secured 84 at Company's office in
\iqjd Passenger>> Train arrives .M. :Madison ............ 3.43 pm 9.55 pm Building, Bay street, and at De-

From Cedar Key Wildwood, and Leave Waldo........................ 3.00 1.00 h Live Oak....-...... 5.02pm 12.10am pot Ticket Steamers Office H. ,B.and PLANT on board People'sLine .
all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. m. Leave Gainesville.................3.45 2.10 ': Lake City} ......... 6.04 p m 2.30 a m and JENNIE LANE. CHATTAHOOCHEE
From Savannah and all points in Leave Arredondo................... 4.03 2.36 Arrive Baldwin........... 7.39 pm 5.38 am
the North and West................. 8.40 a. m. ST. NICHOLAS Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 Leave Baldwin............ 7.43pm 6.20am General JAS. L. TAYLOR,
From-Pens ola. Tallahassee, and Leave Archer........................ 430 3.17 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.25pm 7.36am M. IVES Passenger Agent.A. .
all points on Florida Central & FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Leave Bronson.........-.. 5.00 4.00 Trains i and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 will Agent.
Western Railroad..................... 8.40 a. in. LEAVES Friday mornings. Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.37 4.45 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but
FEBXASDISA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of Leave Rosewood ... 6.10 5.30 will run Mondays. BOOTS AND SHOES. '

Train leans daily, except Sunday Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday Arrive Cedar Key................. 6.40 6.10 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto
For Jacksonville......................... 7:30 p. m. mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. GOING NORTH. Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers TJIE NEW
Train arrives daily, except Sunday Jacksonville to New Orleans daily. .

From Jacksonville....................... 6.40 p. m. For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO I Day Pas. Nt Pas. P-Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
Sunday onl*-' A.M. P.M. the NEW SHORT,, LINE via the Florida
For Jacksonville ........................ 7.00 a. m. I. Leave Cedar Key... 7.35 7.50 Central and Western Division.ST. : { W. F. WOOD, Jr., Ij I- S R
Jacksonville ........................ 5.00 m. Leave Rosewood... 8.07 8.30
For p. Points in Florida Cuba Mexico
..... ..
Leave Otter Creek. .. .. ..... 8.38 9.12
Jacksonville......................10.35 a. m. I MARK'S BRANCH.
From I ....... .........
Leave Bronson.... .. 9.15 10.00 C> {j Proprietor, E1C
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Jacksonville ....... ... 8.40 m.
From p. apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull : Leave Archer....................... 9.45 10.35 (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
SEA ISLAND ROUTE. and Bryan streets, Savannah. Leave Palmer. 10.54 Leave Tallahassee.................... ... 8.00am
From Savannah Steamer St.Nich- Brunswick passengers either way will be Leave Arredondo..................10.15 11.11 Arrive Wakulla............................ 9.05 a m > Cwr > '
olas. Sunday and Thursday. transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. Leave Gainesville.10.40 11.36A. Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am
For Savannah Steamer St. Nich- Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri- M. Leave St. Mark's........................10.00 a.nl t
olas, Monday and Thursday. val will be at risk of consignee.F. Arrive li'aldo. 12.30 Arrive Wakulla-..........................10.25 a in :a:
MALLORY LINE. W. SIMMONS: Agent, Leave Waldo-. 2.00 Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 a m ;..-,..1c

For New York direct, by steam- Fernandina, Fla. Leave Thurston....................11.56 2.30 ::::! c::::! r.."" _-.
ships State of Texas or City of C. WILLIAMS, ;en. Ag't, P.M. CONNECTIONS.At "..Q';.:

San Antonio,Thursllav evening 7.00 p.m. Savannah, Ga. Leave Starke.......................:12.30 2.47 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for ANDs
From New York direct by City of J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. Leave Temple's....................12.37 2.57 all points North and East; with the Fernan- --I
San Antonio and State of Texas, Leave Lawte).. 3.23 dina & Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan- S ";-

every Friday........ ................. 3.00 p.m. Leave Highland...................- 1.14 3.45 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on .
ST. MARYS RIVER. THE SUN. Leave :Maxville...................... 1.34: 4.15 the St. Johns River St. Augustine etc. wr :a:
,ft/miner/ Martha leaves Centre street dock- Arrive Baldwin 2.00 4.50 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- J

For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday NEW YORK, 1884. Leave BaldwIn......... ........... 2.05 5.40 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
and Friday: .*..................... 2.00 p.m. Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 6.00 nandina Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. 0 0Q .
For St. Marys'and :Dungeness, on sixty million copies of TilE SUN :Leave Dutton.. 2.40 6.15 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida

Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m. ABOUT out of our establishment Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.50 &Western Railroad.At Fernandina .
gone { }
For St. Marys only, Monday and during the past twelve months. Leave Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch :EIB
Thursday................................. 8.00 a. m. If you were to paste end to end all the Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
Steamer Martha, airivcs columns of all TilE SUNS printed and sold Arrive Fernandina................ 4.38 8.40 urdays.At : {j Cor. Centre & Third. S
From St. Marys\ and Crandall. on last year you would get a continuous gsS-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
Monday\ and Thursday............- 7.00 a. m. strip of interesting information, common Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
From St. Marys\ and Dungeness sacola, Mobile, :Montgomery New Orleans,
sense wisdom, sound doctrine, and sane 1. Jj2rTJIE NEW STORE.
on Wednesday and Saturday.... 1.00 p.m. wit long enough to reach from Printing DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
From St.Marys only, Monday and House square to the top of Mount Copernicus and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -- i

Thursday..!........................ ..... 2.00p.m. in the moon, then back to Printing (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) Columbus and Eufaula. Professional and Business Cards.
House square, and then three-quarters of GOING SOUTH. The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to ,
Day Pas. Nt Pas. all points 'Vl.'St.Tbrough .
SHERIFF'S SALE. the way back to the moon again.;
P.M. A.M.I Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths W. K. BAVKNIGI1T,
But The Sun is written for the inhabitantsof
UNDER Leave 'V 3.00 12.40 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, AGENT
the earth ; this same strip of intelligencewould ,
issued out of the Circuit
Leave 3.21 1.10 and at new office southwest corner of Bay .
girdle the globe twenty-seven or WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Court Fourth Judicial Circuit, for Nassau twenty-eight times.If Leave Hawthorne...........: ..... 3.37 1.33 and Hogan, Jacksonville. Fla.
County in a. suit in wild: Court determined buyer of a of The Sun dur- Leave Lochloosa................... 3.57 2.03 A. 0. MAcDONELL, BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER
wherein J. C. Read is and John every copy ANDDealer
plaintiff 0. ing the has only one hour Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent, 4
Donald defendant I have levied and past year spent '
upon over it, and if his wife or his grandfatherhas Leave Sparr's................... -.... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina, Fla. in Ice .
will j sell at auction in front of the
public spent another hour this in Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 C. W. MAXWELL, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,
Court-House: in the of Fernandina du newspaper
city 1883 has afforded the human race thirteen Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.31 3.35 Master of Transportation, BROOM
rilthe legal hours of sale, on the first Baldwin ,
Leave ... 5.45 4.00 ,
Monday in the fourth of thousand years of steady reading day and
August, being day D. E. MAXWELL 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA.
night.It Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 ,
said month the described lands
\e\'ietl the following of John O., is only by little calculations like these Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09 General Superintendent
lol\a\l\) upon as property that can form idea of the circula- Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 Fernandina Fla. JAMES :McGIFFIN,
: E l! of NE 1 of XE 1. Section 30 you any
Town tion of the most popular of American news- Arrive Lee&burg.................... 7.33 6.10
!hip 2 X, Range 25 E; E 1 of Section AND BUILDER.
7, Town hip 2 N. Range 2E-220 acres; papers, or of its influence on the opinionsand GOING NORTH. Savannah, Florida and Western CONTRACTOR :
Us 7 and 8 in Block 6, Callahan; S 4 of actions of American men and women. A.M. P. M.
Section 4, S i of NE J, W i of NW i, NE iWJ The Sun is, and will continue to be, a Leave Leesburg..................... 6.50 6.00 !. RAILWAY. Alachua Street, between Second and Third.
(If ,Section 3, Township 2 N, Range 25 newspaper which tells the truth, without Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 FERNANDINA, FLA.
Jv 495 acres, more or less : also, fractional fear of consequences, which gets at the Leave Oxford..............:.......... 7.33 7.17 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All .
SW| Section, Township 2 N, Range 25 E-- facts no matter how much the process costs, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 Orders and estimates from a distance care-
13i:? acres, more or less.. which presents the news of all the world Leave 8.30 8.42 trains of this road are run by Central fully attended to. 25-tf .
Terms cash; purchaser paying for title. without waste of words and in the most Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 I ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes
JOHN A. ELLERMANN, readable shape, which is working with all Leave Anthony Place............ 9.15 9.28 slower than Jacksonville time. BARNHILL & SONS
A. T.
Sheriff Nassau County. its heart for the cause of honest govern- Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45 ,
Fernandina, Fla., June 25, ISS4. ment, and which therefore believes that the Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 ON and after Sunday May 11,1884. Pas-
Republican party must go. and go in the Leave LochloOsa............... ....10.02 10.45 .>nger Trains .will leave and arrive as Cor. Broome and Second Sts.,
In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial i coming'year of our Lord, 1884. Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 follows: ...
Circuit Nassau If you know The Sun, )'oulikc it already, Leave 11.35 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. FERNANDINA, FLA.,
County, and you will read it with accustomed diligence A. 31. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 8:30 a m

Florida. and profit during what is sure to be Arrive Waldo... ....' ............11.05 12.15JI2f' Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a m Blacksmiths, inn and Locksmiths,
I JANE M. MOORE, the most interesting year in its history. If Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15: a m
. vs.BERNIAH }[ DIVORCE. you do not yet know The Sun it is high Night Passenger Day Passenger daily.F. .daily except Sunday; Arrive at Waycross daily at..........11:01 a m Carriage and Shipsmiths. '
MOORE. J time you get in the sunshine. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 3:17: p m
) Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10: m
that Berniah Moore, the defendant, Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m REP
toides beyond the limits of the State of (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Arrive at Pensacola daily at..11:45: p m at reasonable rates.
Florida! so that ordinary process cannot be TERMS TO MAIL\ SUBSCRIBERS.The GOING SOUTH. Arrive at :Mobile daily at............... 4:45: a m Orders for SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINTING -
served him therefore it is several editions of The Sun are sent Leave Fernandina..,. 7.30 a. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at......10:10 a m will be attended to of
upon now, ordered promptly one
that by mail, postpaid, as follows Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
a hearing be had the facts :
charged\: in complainant's bill upon of complaint, DAILy-50 cents a month, $6 a year; with Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 9.O'a. m. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- the members of the firm being a first-class

Wed in above stated cause, on the first Monday Sunday edition $7.SUNDAYEight GOING NORTH. cola Mobile, New Orleans. Texas all trans- Painter. 23

in October next. pages. This edition fur- Leave Jacksonville...................... 5.00p.m. Mississippi points. Pullman Buffet and
JAMES: M. BAKER, Judge. nishes the current news of the world spe- Leave Hart's Road....................... 6.04p. m. Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to
June 20th\) 188,i. 31.3mPATENTS cial articles of exceptional interest to every- Arrive Fernandina..................... 6.40p.m. Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. C. C. STRATTON & CO., y
body, and literary reviews of new books of JS5" Trains daily except Sunday. FAST MAIL.

the highest merit. $1 a year. SUNDAY EXCURSION. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m OF MACON, GEORGIA,
WEEKLY-$1 a year. Eight pages of the A.M. P. M. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m

best matter of the daily issues; an Agricul Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily! at.?......... 3:10: p m ,.
ICNY! A co., tural Department of unequaled value, spe- Arrive Fernandina..10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m MADE THE MODE BRO'S, ,
, tlnu.e'. i"Solicitors of the SCIENTIFIC for Patents AMERICAN, CaveaUATrade eon.rhtO cial market reports, and literary scientificand Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m HAVE ,. Fla., the author-
EilIJ:land, ,."'*"- t8\ for the United States Canada.. domestic intelligence make The Weekly Arrive Jacksonville......-. 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m ized Agents to contract for the sale of their
P 'ants M oJIDfce..G1rmn.ny.. etc. Hand Book about Sun the newspaper for the farmer's house- Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m .
I e In 1Lendnbtsln throuah: -even"'"TNN&: ears'CO.experience.are noticed hold. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at Washington D.C.daily atll:00 p m
''""Ye kidelr I 11hartricAntULICANthe: largest best,and copy free. Address Arrive at New York daily at....?... 6:30 a m BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .
\\\'I'klv circulated BcJentiflc paper. >$"20 a year. I. W. ENGLAND Publisher with
at Waycross Through
WuinnPIpn, lW engravings and interesting In- FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting
IrA l ? pecimcn COPT of the Scientific AmerAsEv1 The Sun, New York City. With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawmg'Room wishing to purchase will get all information I

Offlce.' ,2C1 c1re88MUNN Broadway New&CO fork.SciKOTirio ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars, Waycross to New York with- as regards prices from them. t'
UNIVERSITY HOTELSEWANEE for New York on Thursday. out change. Samples of different qualities and stylescan
TEXT With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS." be seen at the office of

p obtained for new inventions nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonville! daily at........... 5:30 p m MODE BRO'S, .
oneT Caveats- or for improvements in old TENN. CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 am 26 Fernandina.

\. and, all patent, business Infringements, TradeMarksto and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at...'......... 6:20 p m
JEN-JIONS promptly attended and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m CURTIS & CO. ,
nt.IE. ED ; THAT HAVE BEEN :hAY, 1884- Leave Gainesville'daily at............. 6.15 p m
ri. tnt'tl!b J. us' *nay:still, in most cases, be pat To and from BALDWIN Jacksonville, FLA., Tallahassee Leave Newnansville daily 'Bt........ 6:57 p m i ESTATE AGENTS,
> tnt 1 Be1rig; opposite the U. S. Pat- ...... 8:20 REAL
Offi Leave New Branford daily at- m
, : XF..SS E ,and en gam edr in PATENT BUSIhit HOTEL, NEWLY BUILT AND and all points South, West, and Northwest, ...... 9.48 I ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA
) 1 THIS daily. Leave Live Oak daily at ........ p m
f t: eats rlSIVELY'we can secure pat- will be opened on the 1st of Arrive DuPont daily at.............12:10: a m Ex- '
. fronl Wls ls.h.l1e than those who are remote June for the reception of Summer Visitors. To and from AT Palatka HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at............. 2:25 a_m Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated;
Mien angton. Situated on the Cumberland plateau, in the daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p m changes effected. 4
'. We Inven Gars send model or sketch domain of University of the South, and WILDWOOD. Arrive Macon daily at.-............ 7:00am Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25, feet to
14 ad\'ise\a search in the 'Patent, Office and within six miles of the Southern Chautauqua With Stage Line to and from-Brooksville Arrive at Atlanta. daily at..12:25 p m acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000

r rr :OPO 1 l l\KJS! Paentability! free of.charge, grounds at Mont Eagle. it offers unusual at- and Tampa daily except Sunday.1 ,Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m acres, for sale.
.j able: and e confidential ; fees reason- tractions for Summer Visitors. AT CEDAR KEY, FL.\'., Arrive at'Nashville daily at............ 1:25 a m N B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas
_ EXT IS on.NO CHARGE UNLESS PATW' The passenger trains on the Nashville & With :Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi
- 1.UXED.K Chattanooga Railroad connect AT COWAN West and Havana every Saturday; for New Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at-...... 7:00 a m' Canal (under the survey made for Govern-
i nla ter and b-v mission to the City PosttOffi with the Tracy City Railroad to Sewanee. Orleans every Friday; from ,Key West and Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m ment by General Gillmore), charters for the .
. 10't, e1jnesS t the) Superintendent of the ?ZS f-The charges 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 granted
, IIlfoll: FW Money Order Division in Wash- per week, $10.00; per month, $40.00; for the every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:30 a m by the United States Government and the
gnat nd'e.ternic. "pedal references circular,ser- 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
near etc., address Address' for and from Key 'West Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m increase in the value of adjacent lands may-

ici and t 'JpU.P atdnt omOr A. SNOW & CO., UNIVERSITY HOTEL CO., I Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive Washington daily at......10:25 a ni be"confidently looked for." (See New York
It,39' ; lCasliin t\1l. IH1. 2t 29 Sewanee Tenn. and'Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Sun, 27-3-83.) '

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'" '. THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Pensacola has an egg which measures 61 Hotel Arrivals. ]
inches in diameter one way and 72 inches STRATUMORE.:
the other, and weighs 3J ounces.-Florida .
II.OO.A YEAR; 1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Herald. Miss Mary Ingersoll, H R Crosby, E C
t Patterson Miss Lelia Jones, Miss Katie
i j l Fernandina can do as well, and, as, far as Jones, E A Hussey, Louisville, Ky.; John'P

Reflection?.. quality i is concerned can, beat this. One ofMr. Andrew and wife, A R Bowden Jackson-

;-.( P. I. Courier's hens on Wednesday laid ville; J T Snyder W Allen, Brunswick; J
N ,' Richard Kane, an old respected colored M Quinn, Louisiana, H B Hoffman, J W I !
;i citizen. of this city, died on Monday last. an,, egg which measured GJxTJ inches. Garnell, DeWitt Dawkins, Jackville; E W I I II
While the size does not quite come up to Nix and wife,' city; W B Grant and wife, I OSWEGO BITTERS i
Seven I sailing vessels entered' this port this the production of the Pensacola hen, it exceeds Jacksonville: ; R W Southwick G Hubby, : i =

schooners. it in weight which was fully a quarterof A H Crippen G F Lewis. Ben Butler, A S !
Steil, Mallory Fishing Club, city; Miss L T
T ;. r, a pound. Williams! "r 'V Claudee, G'II Fleming
,'UII t.. ; + ;}Mrs. M. Talmage and her daughter Lena, Three of the schooners which arrived at S I Wailes Washington; A Knight Pa

r have arrived: in this; city from Hernando this port last Sunday were laden ,with railroad latka; Jos T Fous wife and daughter;'Mrs -FOR-
J A luau and child Mrs II M Forns and
old home. ;
; county, on a visit to their
iron for the Florida and Navigation -
," Railway child; W J Fandivere, Tallahassee; W S
.,: : .Dr. G. W. Betton and Miss Eliza Wil- Company. The Jonathan May Wagstaff Jacksonville; Mrs J 'V Bushnell, Dyspepsia Headache Indigestion Loss

4 : t: liAnis, of Tallahassee, were among the brought 501 tons steel rails, 30 tons fish- Mrs Perry, Miss Perry; Dr Mallet, C Bene- of
dict and wife. Jacksonville Fred S Good-
prominent arrivals at the Strathmore this plates and 5 tons frogs; the Williamine rich ;
wife and child, De Land; Mrs Thack- Appetite Dizziness Costiveness Fever
i. I week. brought 344 tons steel rails, 200 kegs spikes ara. Miss Thackara city. Wm T Rupee,

William Sylvester Esq.. accompanied by and 50 kegs bolts; the schooner Benjamin C P Sharpe, King's Ferry; Mrs J W Coles,
and General
Ague Debility etc.
child and servant; Geo W Betton; Donald ,
C. Terry brought 35 tons of fishplates. The
'' I his wife and daughter of Ellaville, were in and Geo W Betton Jr.,.Tallahassee; Fred K

.' the city this week and stopped at the May is discharging her cargo at the steam Forest Baltimore; Will Goss, Knoxville

,', Strathmore. ship dock, while the Williamine is unload- J II Bohannon, Baltimore; Ed Stone and
i ". wife Miss Ware Miss Owens Miss Cran-
"" ing at Centre: street wharf.. ,
'''' ': ::1 The train from Jacksonville on Sundaylast dall, R H Turner, H S McWhorter, Miss TRY A BOTTLE OR A CASE.

.,:, was delayed some three hours.on account Mr. P. G. T. Thompson! has been,engagedby McWhorter, St Mary's; Miss Watson, Mr

of washout near Tyt-onia by heavy Mr. C. H. Huot as manager of the mercantile )McWhorter Alabama; H H Day, wife,
:r child and nurse; J B Anderson,.Florida; L
I branch of his business. In securingthe
) .,?. 'rains there during the night. H Temple, F. -R & N Co; J L Burch, T E

t __ 'i :.4 'Major B. S. Henning, President of the I services of :Mr. Thompson, Mr. Huot is Buckmann; Dr'' Ken worthy, Jacksonville; FIlED
':; ; & Navigation Company to be congratulated. Pratt has been for Silas A Bradly and wife, Hinton A Helper, W. HOYT & JO.,
/. i sd 1 Fjlorlda Railway years the most trusted of the employ of G Fleming Jacksonville: S E )McKibben
,, \ ; : and the Florida Town Improvement Com- Welaka; W H Woodruff, Florida; H II
,11 I the late firm of Sanhorn & Hoyt and, since
,4..} '4(1 '. J p''any. will arrive in Florida to-day. Greensburg, G G Wellington Savannah, SECOND STREET ABOVE CENTRE,
its establishment of the firm of Fred
new Geo Lewis Tallahassee; Chas L Bucki El-
r : 'D1r.I It D. R. Powell of the firm of Clark & W. laville William and wife Miss
Hoyt Co. He is sober, indusrtious and ; Sylvester ,
:. : .j' t, Co.. Brandy Branch, has. gone to Chicago painstaking and has ,a very large circle of Sylvester. F' :m'EI.: 'lTA1' : 'DI1: :: 'A 7 :JFI :L .A. .
after machinery to add to their mill
new ,
acquaintances especially in the country. Mr. Range of Thermometer ,
--,1.: 1 1 for the manufacture of fruit and vegetable
f.I Thompson leaves next week for the mountains FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 18,

'')1' (,' boxes." of North Carolina and Virginia, to recuperate HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

::1: The schooner Anita which arrived here his health, preparatory to assume ,.."

:' .tJ i from Portland, Me., on Thursday last, consigned : ing his new position on September 15th. I I i:a;: :::.j sI ::"I: :=::, Wind

;;{, 11' to Mizell Bros., at King's :Ferry, The steam tug L. S. Wandall, Captain Ire- It- ..'. .M 0 s

t J. brought, 300,000 brick 50 tons' bay, corn 'I--- I
''J land from New York into this IN.
put port on Saturday...July 191' 80 86 86 84 E.
';r 1, feed, etc. Wednesday last for coal. The Wandall left Sunday ..._......._ 81 86 85 X. E. '- aa9ReW..iptl

}r; ,1 The guests of the Strathmore, 'on Amelia New York on the 15th inst., coming outsideall Monday ............21: 'j70 84 / 84 841 N' E.
Tuesday nly 22 83 81 E.
'jf.,':'I Beach were tendered a hop by its proprie- the way and stopping at Charleston. She Wednesday..23 81 184 86 85 IN. W.

tr 1$ ;. .') tor, Mr. Hopkins last evening. Prof. Bar- : left Thursday night for Nassau, N. P., on Thursday ........:.24 \ 80 86 S. E.

a, :' rati's Italian string band, of Jacksonville, i her way to Port of Spain on the Island of Friday..........,.:._25 811 001 I 88 861 S. W.

.'r ,; furnished the music.Rutishausers Trinidad, in the West Indies. The tug, a
t al I
':'i brick building will be very powerful one, was purchased in New MARINE.Port .
1 ted
.:t;: l. ready for occupancy by the 1st of August York by a wealthy syndicate engaged in the of Fernandina.HIGH t __ -( :';''''; ...
'j.{ Z next. Mr. Arthur Steil has obtained a live-stock business in the West Indies, and > : I
.\ WATER. VES r' '
:;f'; lease of it for five years and will fit it up which they expect to control. The com- # .- .i : :
.. ....
Saturday, July 26..10:54 A.M. 11:08 p. M. :
L '. 9 i for billiard and club rooms. pany has already four steamers in West Sunday, 27.1136 11:53 It .':: 1r \

.t :Mr. J. L. Burch Mayor of La Villa, S. I. India waters. The Wandall, after having Monday, .". 28...... 0:00" 0:22": ? ; ;:'
.j Tuesday, 29..... 0:43 1:13" ,
i Wailes Land Commissioner! of the Florida her name changed at her destination to the f"
Wednesday, :30..... 1:35" 2:05":
J & Co. of Kildred, will be used as a despatch boat. "
,,;, Railway Navigation Jacksonville. Thursday 2:28" 2:57" 1 ?.
: '' !'J and Mr. George Lewis of Tallahassee were Captain Ireland will return to New York-to Friday August 1...... 3:20": 3:50"

';;a I i registered at the Srathmore this week. bring out another steamer for the same =*r,
1 .... ENTERED. yi'PFp ?
; The shipment of naval stores has fallen company. '' ,
'j, July 20-S. P. St'Nicholas: Usina Savan-

,".4, off considerably this season. The turpen A Murderer Caught! nah ; with passengers, to F. W. '-*"" *t. jJS ]

.'.! tine men complain that it is impossible to Simmons, agent.

':", ,.I; obtain advances in New York, and consequently FOUND GUILTY ON CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCEAND 21-Bark York A. D. Sleeper, Sleeper New

: 1J I they cannot go on manufacturing. EXECUTED. 21-Schr: Sarah Potter. Keene, New
Within the ten Mr. P.I. York. A. B. NOYES
I t : Simple Simon was in attendance at the past days Courier ,
who is fancier has lost 21-Schr. Williamine, Scott New
'. Republican State Convention on Thurday. a great poultry York
: 1, Simon is supposed to have a faint idea that nightly some of his choicest chickens. 21-Schr. Johathan May, Little, Phil- DEALER IN

,. .1'! :;;: a Republican Legislature will send him Hardly a morning would pass but what adelphia. FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
21-Schr. C. Terry )Moore ,
;, :, back to Washington as U. S. Senator in some inmate of his fowl-houses would be Benjamin
,' found with its head torn off and Philadelphia. ..
';Jj: place of Wilk Call. 21-Brig Julia E. Haskell, Payne, Bos Hay aFURNITURE { Grain, Ship Stores,
f eaten. Though diligent watch was kept
Mr. Stephen Rollerson and family of ton.
I, !ti .;" the rapacious depredator could not be traced 22-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 STOVES, PAINTS,
/1. i.. Crescent City, who has been spending the until Tuesday morning when one of Mr.Courter's tons, New York : freight and
',: .. ::t { past few months among the hills of Vermont passengers, to R. W.Southwick, CROCKERY, HARD'\V ARE.VILLO'YYARE..
drivers discovered a coon stealing
;.' p{ !i II' is now stopping; with :Mr. N. A. agent. _
\ !i away from the neighborhood of the hen 24-Steam propeller Lewis S. Wandall,
Hicks, his step-brother, near the St. Mary'sriver
nery. A careful search of the yard and Ireland, New York. Prices Low the Lowest.
in this county. 24-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, Pa- as
stables finally revealed his coonship con-

I 1 The State of Texas sailed for New York cealed in the loft over the stable, and an 25-Schr.latka.Anita, Jewett, Portland, Me. N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fcrnandiiia, Fla.

t Thursday evening, with thirty-five passen- exciting chase followed, which finally endedin 25-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan-

gers and the following cargo: 320 bbls. the capture of the culprit-not, however nah ; with passengers, to F. W. COTTAGE 1 FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER!

:r1 rosin 34 bbls. spirits. 152 cases cedar 17 before he had severed nearly the thumb and Simmons, agent. LUCY

bales cotton, 130 bbls. cotton-seed oil, 5,000 bitten through one of the hands of Lawrence CLEARED. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

;l ) feet lumber, 78 packages of merchandise. Mr. Courier's hand July 21-S. P. St. Nicholas, .Usina Savan- FOR SALE CHEAP :
nah with F.W.
; passengers, by
f In another column will be found the advertisement Though the' evidence was only circumstantial Simmons,agent. T7DGINGS, AND SLABS, load.

of the chairman of the Demo- the jury which sat in judgment ". 23-Schr. Wm.: H. Kinney, Lippincott, Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor 10 cents per
Boarders will be ROUGH LUMBER
New York. without board. Table ,
; cratic Executive Committee, calling a mass declared the prisoner guilty of murder most
..3 24-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 accommodated; also transient. From $5 to $1G per 31 ft.,
,,r ; meeting at Lyceum Hall for Tuesday even- fowl, without recommendation to mercy. tons, New York ; freight and 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON. according to quality.

ing'next, July 29th. It is to be hoped that Capital punishment was pronounced, and passengers by R. W. Southwick DRESSED LUMBER,

the citizens will attend in large numbers. he paid the penalty. ,His exceedingly well- & Co. ,$12 to $.0 per )r. feet.

i} The Republican State Convention, which nourished condition testified to his good 24-Propeller Port au Lewis Spain.S Wandall, Ire- VIL1AN FEMALE IN TIT TBJ Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.

{ convened at Tallahassee Thursday last endorsed judgment of toothsome food. A coon, sup- 24-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, f WILLIAM B. C. D URY E.

r independent ticket. The straight- posed to have been tame, some two weeks Charleston. STAUNTON, VIRGINIA. Steam Saw and Planing Mill.
t I ; 25-S. P. St. Nicholas TJsina. Savan- Office foot Centre Slreet. 8
"c'( outs were unable to control the nomina- ago escaped from John D. Lowe's yard, on Opens September 22d, 1884. One of the
nah with F.W.
r ,
:* tions. It is said Pope has promised to the Centre street; and it is probable that this Simmons; agent.passengers first schools for young ladies in the United MERCHANT TAILOR.
States. Surroundings beautiful. Climate :
t negroes one:-half'of the offices if he is was the animal caught. IN PORT.
unsurpassed. One hundred and forty-three
elected. Bark A. D. Sleeper, Sleeper. boarding pupils from eighteen States.

Mrs. A. J. de Forrest, accompanied by her Railroad Progress.To Brig Julia E. Haskell, Payne. TERMS AMONG THE BEST IN THE removed his business to the rooms over
5 r tiLe Editor of the Mirror Brig Nellie'Peterson. UNION. Board Washing English Course, the New York Bakery on Centre street.
# ,
' l ,; daughter Mamie, left on the Mallory steamship Perhaps it would be of some interest to Brig John Shay Nickerson., Latin, French. German, Instrumental!: Music lIe has received an assortment seasonable
State of Texas for New York, Thursday Schr. Jas. W. Woodhouse, Herrick etc., for scholastic year, from Septemberto goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto
night. Before her return here she will yourself and ,the readers of your paper to Schr. Isaac L.Clark Cranmer. June, $238. For Catalogues, write to make them up to suit all tastes in the
; ; know how the extension of the railroad Schr. Mima A. Read, Nash. Rev. WM.A. HARRIS D.D., President best style.
place her daughter in some college for south'of Panasoffkee is progressing under Schr. Sarah Potter, Keene. Staunton., Virginia. 2&r Repairing neatly done.

'- .4, ,.. young, ladies probably the Notre Dame at the management Mr.P. Kelly,contractor. Schr. Williamine, Scott. Fernandina. Fla., July 12, 1884. _
Baltimore.The There is a force ,of five hundred hands at Schr.Schr. Jonathan May C. Little.Moore. -FORMACHINERY-
Benjamin Terry .TUB T! VVRT1 Q r T TUB ijTB
t ,.' .firm of H. P. Robinson & Co., of work, distributed as follows: 325 graders, Schr. Anita, Jewett.
i failed this week for The *- I
$238,000. .
Q Ocala
9 100
75 cutters
right-of-way tie-gatherers
is located at SEWANEE, TENN., the 1
"' assets are said to foot up $60,000. J. A. and there will be here in a few days a force List of Letters Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet above the : ::

i Harris the orange king of Florida is cred- of 50 men, timber-getters for the trestling.The Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina sea level. This school, under the special -I! >

,. itor to the amount of $35,000. The firm work commenced. on the 17th of Nassau county, Florida July 26, 1884. patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant
Church in the South and South- ,
gives as one of the reasons of their failure last month ,but owing to so much rainy ,Persons calling for these letters must say Episcopal west, offers the healthiest residence and the

\ li,. heavy losses sustained by the late fire. weather the, hands have only averaged advertised: best advantages, both moral and educa- Go to F. M. Robinson,

4 0 The freight brought by the steamship twenty days work. Nine miles of gradinghas Blackwood, Jos 0 ((5)) King Mrs C tional, in its Grammar School and its Colle- .
Braun R Alf Latzersom Miss E and For
giate Theological
{ Departments.
}t Texas from New York this week and MANUFACTURER' and DEALER,
been ten miles
State of completed rightofway Blake, Mrs City, Lizmoore,Miss Mollie the special claims of this University for
consisted of 438 packages groceries 10 tubs cut. The work now extends south of ,Baker, Hon.:Hy CIarieset, Miss patronage apply for documents the Rev. FLORIDA.

r a,; ;' butter 16 boxes bacon, 95 barrels flour 10 Dade Battle Ground and is fast approaching Belcher, R D Milonne, George TELFAIR H DGSON, D.. D., Vice-Chan- JACKSONVILLE, -
barrels crackers 10 beer 7 Bengmon, Miss L McAbon, Miss Lac cellor. Sewanee, Tenn.,
cases and liquor, little Withlacoochee river The road RENT-
t'' Breuse, Annie Nilson Miss Rebecca FOR
';" cases dry goods. 365 packages notions, 17 passes through a very fine country, which Brown, Joe Ought, Miss OnerCopeland

(i nests trunks, 10 stoves, 100 bags feed. 50 only needed railroad transportation to de- D Ownens, Simon LARGE DWELLING AND STORE.
1 bags corn, and 100 barrels Mapes' Fertilizer. develop it. Copeland, 'V J Rufus, Mrs Elizabeth NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD.NGINES extensive yard-room and garden a:!
ALEXANDER TOMPK.INS. Dorsey, Sampson, Roskot, Mrs Rody attached, on Alachua street; suitable
I .. Miss Hattie S. Baltzell leaves to-morrow Davis, Mrs R G Simon, Mrs Rose G BOILER large family or boarding-house. Possession j
Dade Battle Ground, July:3, 188,$. Doizer Isreal Silvery Toya can be given about 1st.
LI ;;i :. for Mt.Eagle, Tennessee where she has accepted August I
O. Miss Riner Thomas Richard
Elbert ,
i the position of, matron at the Fair- < i
; t mount College, a Protestant Episcopal The Democratic voters of Fernandina Hues.'Howard, White Noble Complied facing the bay; has eight rooms, large haiwpiazzas !- t
; school for ladies. Miss Bessie Bull Howe John Wright, Mary L Oraace Box flpd Shingle Machine excellent well etc.
young Precinct are requested to meet at Lyceum :. Eagle Gin. Saw Mine, Planer, Reaawm &e 1
': her niece, accompanies her. Miss Baltzell. Hall on Tuesday.evening next,at 8 o'clock, Johnson, EdKing Walsh, Martin Ask for Catalogue and Prices berate hnvlnz.HANDLE STORE DWELLING formerly occupied r

during her residence here, has made,, many for the purpose of organizing a CampaignClub. S. T. RIDDELL, P. M. Mrs.AND Third street. 1it;
H. J. BAKER, & DUGAH MACH'Y 00, by Fletcher on
i warm friends, especially among, the ;young
l Chairman County Ex. Com. Hew Goods. 65 61 69 ELM ST. CINCINNATI a
lt For
who will regret exceedingly her terms, etc., apply to ft
people J. A EDWARDS in
Secretary, Large lines of new goods every depart Write for Catalogue and msnticn this paper) G. STARE.Fernandina .
removal from this! city. Fernanc na.Fla., June 5, 188,$. ment at J. & T. KYDD'S. kJ'
May 2, 1884.