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: September 6, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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SEPTEMBER 6, 1884. ,NO. 41.ES .
"Dinna Ye :Hear the Slogan," Frankie ?, PRESIDENT HOVT'S IXTROD CTIOX. the character.of the. Republican and Demo- men who discard the endorsement of the is, cautious. Men who own capital like to
As the agreeable duty of presiding over cratic nominees for the office of Presidentand Independent movement. Do you not find settle where their property can have the
this meeting devolves upon me, I wish to Vice-President, determined, that the interests among them almost all that is left of patriotism security it is entitled to. They were so well
say in behalf of Cleveland and Perry Club of the country,.:even the interests of in the ,Republican party? In that satisfied with four years of Gov. Drew's administration ',
CLEVELAND, PERRY, SUCCESS. No. 1 of Nassau county, that it is exceedingly the Republican party,-demanded that they party you find those who either have office, that the people of Florida.again ,
gratifying to us to have present so should support, not Elaine; and Logan, but or have an "itching palm" for office while united and put in office Gov. W. I). :t
large and intelligent an audience on this Cleveland and Hendricks. [Applause.] I the high,pure element of that party endorses Bloxham. [Applause.] Then it was that
A Most Enthusiastic Democratic occasion, and especially are we gratified at, commend to all of you who believe in republican anything but the very worst element of Florida the world, which was casting its longingeyes
the presence of so many ladies. It is the government the proclamationwhich Radicalism. I say to you my countrymen upon this land, with its genial climate,
Mass Meeting. first public demonstration we have made, they sent f throughout the coun' is that worthy of the name of"Repub said : Now we can remove our household-; :
and the large attendance;tonight indicatesthe try. It appeals to every honest, liberal, con lican," as it is applied to that great national goods to Florida. Now we can feel that n care -
-. interest that the,cause'of good govern- servative'Republican,'wherever he may be, party which weare figbtingto-day in national secure in our families and property.'*"
NASSAU AWAKE AT LAST TO THE ment and reform has awakened in our city. throughout this broadjand.- Take that let- politics? Xo And thus it is that when we Now, see the result of that assurance to
Another evidence of this interest is the fact ter which they published ; read,.it-read it come to our own State, we apply the same immigrants and capital. Go with
ISSUES OF THE DAY. that within the past thirty minutes, thirty- again and again ; ,consjder i it carefully, and, principle which is applied in the consideration through our southern counties, which me-I
names have been added to our roll. my word for it, my*Republican! friend, you of national affairs. We recognize that have recently traversed. Four years ago r
We are hero to do honor to our standard will see that there ,are reasons why you all power in the State is inherent in the found the average price of their lands $,3.00
Lyceum Hall Packed to Overflowing bearers in this battle, and to become better should support the, cause which we advocate people and emanates from them, and that per acre.: I find now that these same landsare ,
acquainted with those who in the near future and the candidates, we have placed we are justified in considering with whichof valued from $50.00 :
,With Fair Women and Pat- to $:!50.00 per acre.
will occupy high office in our common before the people. those two divisions it is most safe to trust Do you know what has enhanced the value! r.t
riotic Men wealth. I am certain that when we leave My friends, believing as we. do, that all our State's interests. You need to devote of these lands ? I will tell you ray country- ;.
here to-night, we shall all feel more earnestly power emanates from the people, the question but little time, my friends, to the consideration men. It is because capital has come to. ".
than ever before the responsibilitiesthat naturally arises,how is that power divided of the question. I am not one who Florida from other States:, it is because immigrants -
THE DEMOCRATIC, NOMINEES rest upon us as good citizens to further in this great country? We find it divided 'believes bowing down to heroes. I believe have sought our soil and climatefor
the cause of right and justice, and with a in this republic, as it has been divided there is no man whose place cannot be filled.I their homes. That is what has given
renewed determination to make the resultof in every republic, and.,will be divided wher- believe that it is more important that we these lands their increased value.' And, my
Meet With a Most Cordial Receptionin the coming election so emphatically a ever power is recognized< as resting in the should look after the means for controlling friends, it does not only enrich the holdersof
triumph, that its meaning shall not be mis- people. We find upon one side of that line Florida, than that we should desire any par- the lands, it enriches him who labor
the Island City. taken. of division those who believe that that ticular man as Cf\.ernor. Thus it is, my daily for his, bread. Why; I inquired of
,, I now have the pleasure of introducing to power inherent in the people, 's ould be friends, that I am not tempted to speak of these orange growers what rate of wages
you as the first speaker of the evening, the left in the hands of the people,'except in 'so the personal or political character of my they paid the colored man to work among ;
The most enthusiastic demonstrationon leader of our forces, and the man who, if far as that power should be delegated for opponent. If it be true that he is all that their orange trees. I was informed that they
the part of the Democracy of Fernan- his life be spared, will during the four.years governmental purposes. Upon that side he claims to be, I say he should still not. be .paid.from tO' utavt nayzrtnernorecs'fed "
dina since 1876 was made here Wednesday following the first of next January be the you find the grand old!(Democracy; upon .elected to the'office'no'"wnfclf he aspires, She themselves, while they now pay $1.25to
evening last, thin f;occasion of the visit pilot at the helm of oar noble ship of State- the other side of' the .line you find those is a leader of a party to which you can- $1.75 per day. Colored,man, do you see t
of Gen. E. A. Perry and Hon. M. H. the Hon. E. A. Perry, of Escambia county. who believe it is betters that power should not trust Florida's interests! Nothing is how you have been enriched by this? And
Mabry, the Democratic nominees for Amid enthusiastic and continued applause be placed. in she hands 'of-. the' Government' more rue than that the stream cannot rise if there comes one here who tells you, or
Governor and Lieutenant-Governor. Gen. Perry came forward and spokeas even though they take from the people that higher than the fcuntain. The 'creature who advocates the interests laboring men
General Perry,accompanied by :Messrs. follows: power which we, as Democrats, are willing cannot be greater than the creator. If you and still will antagonize, you tell him that
and ready to entrust wits. ,the people. Thatis will elect me as! your Governor-and I trust he is a demagogue. Labor and capital
(i. X. Saussy cud I. S. O'Neill the com- PERRY'S
the line of division:: You find the hopeof you will, I believe you will [applauseitwill should go hand in hand. Tell such a man
mittee of the club appointed for his escort LADIES AND FELLOW CITIZENS OF NASSAU : the people on one side'and on the other not be me whom you will vindicate, that this advancement of Florida by reason
arrived here from Callahan on the It is enough to make a Republican a good the hope of the government. In this coun- but the great,intelligent, conservative power of good government and security to invest-
Cedar Key train, Wednesday afternoon.As Democrat to see the enthusiasm that is so try, when parties first originated, that party from which I emanate. I do not become ments which are made here, has enhanced
soon as the.train came in sight aroundthe heartily shown here in Fernandina. Had I which believed in increasing the power of your lord and master ; I am but a represent- the value of your muscle and the value of
curve by ll awtey's factory, a salute never before felt ,that my duty requiredthat the government at the expense of the peo- otive*"power; I am but the agent, the ser- your labor, so that it is: as $1.25 to $1.75 as-
of seventeen guns was fired by a detach- I should labor, and labor so earnestly, ple, were honest and true enough to call vant, who does the will of the Democratic compared with 50 to K cents. Then you
ment from the club, the Nassau Light for that party whose principles we love, and themselves by their proper name, Federalists. party. [Enthusiastic applause.] It is not can safely say that the Democratic party, in
Artillery having given the use of one of for whose principles we love to battle, and To-day they call themselves Republicans. he whom you elect to be your Governor its policy and principles, at the same time- .
their pieces. At the depot General Perry I to which principler we look forjvictory, the Now, a real Demo: -at and a real Republican who will indicate the mode of administration fosters the interests of the laboring man and '
was received by President Hoyt, Dr. T. I reception you have tendered to us here this of' the North ii'jY ,honestly con- of Florida affairs but it is the power protects the investment of capital 1 in our ,
evening and the enthusiasm, you have tend for their'princi'le; Jf will that elevates me to that position. Now limits. ,
[ you 'go mycountrymen.yhe.questionyoaareto ''''
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shown to-night, the high purpose that I see with me into the Nort States von will; decide Now,- 'my+'friends, to show you the value '
and conducted to the :Mansion House in the faces,'of this' intelligent' audience, lJlJ4aUi.n try h 'i& 1)eti ple-Ki' r 'T i this''campaign isvhich of the two that, this has on the poor man of the south
where quarters had been provided for" would'be an assurance ,that would 'satisfy you'will find on each side''of the line an powers will :you entrust Florida? and it is a counties, those who were formerly called!
his pa*ty. lIe then took a'short"drive to ally man.' 'I say I'thank yon for the recep- equal amount of individual 'intelligence, question that it is important that the Repub- the "poor white man" of the South four
the beach and returned to the hotel, tion that you have tendered us. We are desirous'of securing good government. On licans should determine and that Democrats years ago, while I was traveling through
where lie was joined at 6:40: by the rest not vain enough to feel that it is because of the contrary, when you come Southwhenyou should decide. Their interests are our inter- those counties, I met u friend, an humbleman
of the party Who arrived via Jackson- us, as individuals, but because of the love come into our own State, you find thereis ests. They have at stake the same dearly- who took me home to dinner, after
ville. you feel for our State, and the determinationthat no such line for the division of power, loved hearths and families which we haveat which we sat upon the gallery. I said, I .
The Cleveland and Perry Club assembled this State shall henceforth be controlledby which is here very unequally divided. On stake. They know as well as we to which know you came to this section without a
at its headquarters on Second St., the conservative intelligence of our the one side you nine-tenths of the in- they can most safely entrust power ; and if dollar; how much have you gathered of this
at 7 o'clock, the Jacksonville Silver Cornet people, and not again go back into the telligence and virtue of the country to assist they be honest whether white or black world's goods?" "Well," he said, "I have
Hand, which had been engaged for hands of ignorant Radicalism.It in the formation of a party. On the they will acknowledge that it is safer to eighty acres of land, not so very rich, yet it _
the occasion, discoursing inspiring strainsin is meet and proper that we should other side you find barely one-tenth of entrust the power in our State to honestyand will grow orange trees. I have a few head '
front of the club rooms. Promptly at assemble, as we do, once in every four years, these qualities. You find, thus, a party justice and intelligence, than to ignor- of cattle, and some steers which du my
to confer as to our duty. Now, our duty built up not as is the Republican party of ance and Radicalism. My friends, I have a hauling and carry my family to meeting."
i::.Wr.;), Bailey Tucker, marshal for the .
in this, as in every campaign, is dual. We the North, but formed by compact with grand confidence that the power in which I What is it all worth," I asked. "I have-
evening, set the column in motion, and, have a duty to perform to the General and solidification of the colored element in believe will prove to be supreme, and will been trying sell it, and have offered it at
]jaiwded! by the band, the club whose Government which is the creature of the our State. Designing men, men who lookat on the 4th day of November assert itself as $000. I have been offered $400 for it and
membership: had been largely augmented States, the creature of the people, that only their own aggrandizement, have it did eight years ago, and again four years have refused it, because I thought it worth '
during the evening, marched to the government which we regard as supreme in come south for no other purpose than to ago. [Loud applause.: ] $600." I parted with him. Did not see or
Mansion House, followed by a big crowd its own prerogative, and yet which is not benefit their own fortunes, and to further Now, if there are any Republicans within hear from him until our meeting at Plant
outsiders. Arrived at the Mansion, J. in conflict with the rights of the States, and this end have identified themselves with the sound of my voice, who doubt, I beg City, when I met him again.; I said to him,
II. Mooney, one of the old-time wheel- the rights of the people. this element, in our state politics. They that you will go back-go back prior to that "My friend, how are you prospering now?" .,
horses of the party (" moss-backs the My countrymen, let us consider for a few taught the freed slaves to hate! their former, grand triumph which we won in 187G-go Fm all right; now you re- '
Independents call them flippantly new), moments our duties toward that govern- masters, to hate the very name of Democrat, back, and see what Florida suffered during member that humble home that you vi..it-
proposed three cheers for the nominees, ment, and I need state no reasons why to hate all the young men who had grown those dark days between J.SG8 and 1877-go ed?" "Yes." "Do you remember I told
which were giyen with a hearty good Democrats should do their utmost to elect up with them as their playmates, to hate back and see how :Florida debt was increased you I could not get $GOO for it." "I remember -
will. Carriages had been provided for the nominees of their party. It is reason all the white people of Florida. They built : from half a million to one and a that" said I. "Now, General, I have-
the speakers, but the weather which had enough that they feel that the good of the up their party upon that hate, and strength- half million, and you will see that it was no been offered $8,000. and would not take '..
bi-en government, that the good: of our great ened, that party by their prejudice. This part of their purpose that this money'shouldbe $12,000.'* It was the investment of that '
threatening all day had cleared off
country, now of almost 55,000,000 persons, they were enabled to do because of the ignorance used for Florida's good. Go back, and capital: which built a railroad near his hum-
the rains during the day having cooled requires that these principles, that we advocate upon which they worked. Now, note what taxes: were expected from you ble home. It was the investment of that
"ft" the atni1os: there delightfully, these grand principles, which are my friends, I do not impute to those unfor- during these days-from 12V to 14 mills-go capital which raised the value of his prop
which, with the soft and silvery light fundamental to our party, and at the same tunate freedmen wrong intentions. Thisis back and see how little protection was given erty from less than $5 to upwards of $IUO
+-ast by old Luna over our fair time essential to the republican form of their misfortune, not their fault. Their your property, how little security was accorded per acre. It was not that alone either. my
;L\nd, produced one of those delightful government, should be re-established in the ignorant condition was such as to prevent your family and home. Go back, countrymen. It led also to the incoming :
evenings for which Florida is so famous, administration of federal affairs. It is them from securing the education and I say, if you were not here, talk with those of immigrants from bleaker climes. They '
aid! the General decided to fall into line enough to satisfy Democrats, that their experience necessary to enable them to per- who lived here while Florida w under the came there, they settled these lands, that
:Illl1, aivompanied by the club, march to duty lies in the direction of the election of fect themselves in their knowledge of the heel of Radicalism.< My friends, look at it they might plant their orange groves, and ';.
Lyceum Hall. His appearance on the Cleveland and Hendricks. Applause.[ ] duties of citizenship inherited by the intel- -look at these days, and see how little of thus there came a demand for these lands
veranda of the )hotel was the signal fora My countrymen, there are many reasons ligent, honest and patriotic people of the advancement there was in our State. Go and the value went up, as I have said, front
"spontaneous! outburst of enthusiasm andcheering. why Republicans should stand side-by- State. I acknowledge it as their misfor- and see how much capital was brought into $.3 to $350) per acre. Is it not right and pro-
The marshal then the side with ;you, and lend their endeavors to tune, but practical, wise and sensible men our State while she hung in throes with the per that we should encourage the inv*.,.-t-:
"ulerto :gave the accomplishment of the same purpose. deal not in theories. They look at the millstone upon her neck. See how many ment of capital here, and encourage still
To form
the move. an opinion of One reason is, that long possession of power facts as they exist, and we are untrue to immigrants came to cast their lot among us further the incoming of immigrants to settle
.lentrth: of the procession:; we will naturally leads to corruption. However ourselves, and are unwise if we do not rec- and to raise their children with us. You with us, when they make our poor men
'tat( that when the head was passinlourtu honest, however pure may have been the ognize that they are to-day an ignorant will find bat few. Some came from our, rich and increase the wages of our laboring:
] tr et, the rear was just filing out intentions of the Republican party when it party placed in the control of the government Northern states, but they came to be bene- men from G5 cents to $1. Assuredly it js,.
"Third into Centre. Lyceum Hall was first went into possession of the general gov- of the State. We must look at themas fited by the solidifying of the colored portionof and we are wise if we make it the para -
!cached promptly at S o'clock. Here ernment, it has now had control for almosta they are and not as they should be. We our citizens with the Republican party, 'mount question of this campaign.How .
had already assembled a large audience, quarter of a century, and during that long find, my friends, in Florida a line which that they might be benefited b}' the office;?; can we best subserve the interests or .
'outing of the intelligence and beauty period of power it has naturally been opento divides the two parties. There is left on but in 1S7G the people of Florida, rising in Florida? I. as a practical man, deal only ;..,
"f the city, the presence of ladies being corruption-open to misuse of the power the one side almost a'\J.that there is of those their majesty and power, and uniting with in practical questions in this campaign. I. '
I more marked than on any previous sim- that.was entrusted to it, and to which it felt qualities that are required to control the them every conservative element of the believe that the people of Florida. have-:
dar occasion.( When the club filed into that it had an inalienable right. During State and secure for it an honest, conservative State whether heretofore it had been Democratic ; higher interests, and more sacred purposes-
the hall, standing room was at a these twenty-four years we find, if we look government. Upon the ,other side we or Republican, whether white or than to lay aside their daily avocations and :
AS Gen. Perry's entered premium. back through its history, that corruptionhas find barely one-tenth of' these qualities.; I black, they succeeded in electing GeorgeF. assemblle here night after night and Ibten I
they were greeted with cheers"from party the crept into every department of that say barely one-tenth, because, while the Republican Drew as their Governor. to us discussing theories. Why my friends:,, 'I
audience government. We say not this from the party of Florida was a solid party, Now my countrymen, you see at once what we want is the determination of what
which were taken up by the standpoint of Democrats, but upon the authority it was recognized both by those who main- how those times compare with thesehowfew' will to the 'greatest extent improve the material -
song outside. The speakers were conducted of Republicans. But not to detain tained and those who fought for the success '' immigrants sought our state, how little, interests of our State and add to the
flub to the stage by the officers of the you, I earnestly recommend to you the testimony of that party, that they comprised barely capital was brought here to be invested. peace, prosperity and happiness of our peo ; ,
>, and after a lively air by the band, of those honest and liberal Republicans one-tenth. Why ? Because the Radicals boasted : pIe. [Applause.] '- '

Fred wHoyt, president of the club, who assembled not long since in New Look at it now-look at that list whichwas "Wait but four years, and you will see My friends, 'I believe that the Almighty ;...',.-,
a neat little speech, introduced Gen. York, who, after, looking over all the issues published recently in a Republican Florida again in the hands of the Republicans -. gave to Florida benefits and advantages 'of
ferry: presented in this campaign, and considering, paper. of Jacksonville. Look upon these and under our. control." But capital (Continued on fourth page.) ; ." .
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.' t TO-MOI ROT]..* ,": ceeded too enforce' upon :his attention.' I opinions-asto' ; the sanctity of propertyare ,Clare'; I added' as my daughter entered listened to the proposals of this younw
','. l' "" .' Very true," he answered; with alight similar-that isiso; far as.our own the room, "to second my request man, I at once declared she should
r .' laugh. Shall we resume our is concerned. And.1 shan't be a bit ', ." never have my consent to such a
; : .r 'You'll words come lightly to-morrow said. ,_ then -; ,light, .former positions: ?-I, oh the brIdge- surprised if we were, agreed upon the Clare came forward; in her quiet and 'match. The father had been a mean-
i \t '. I 'Gayly she waved her litttle hand, ,gayly he you bareheaded on the bank, haranguing merits of a glass'of sherry for stimulating somewhat chilling manner. "You spirited fellow, and his son, I was sat-
t, T + bared his, ., head., me as to the wrongfulness of my one's circulation,i after immersion wished to speak. to' me papa?" she isfied, could be no better. I declinedeven
; ::'You'll come to-morrow, then," and the conduct with a fervid ,eloquence in cold water.." t/ said."Yes to discuss the subject in any
R man on his errand went, wholly lost, I regret to say, upon ,my ''Really this young.man was carryingthings my love," I answered; "let shape. To some my action may appear
"I = "With.___ a tender prayer on heart and lip, yet unworthy self, .while the unconscioushat with rather high hand, and me introduce :Mr. Panton to 'you, a too peremptory, but I had takento
his work intent.
,, ,. ,. on drifts placidly down the, stream." had it not been that I looked forwardto relative of oneof'my oldest and dear- heart the old scriptural truth that
': The 'woman a.moment lingered" ,"Would His 'tone, of l levity jarred on my his support later on, I should have est friends." grapes do not grow on thorns, nor, to
s :::",1 Then lie with turn half for a a parting smile and look half? a sigh, her feeling, albeit his manner, if lacking in been inclined there" and then to show The two bowed, Clare on her side apply the simile, high-minded sons
+ t ,, household burthen took. respect, had a certain charm about it. him the door. showing no trace of emotion and very spring from sordid parents.
",-.' 4' It is not a subjectfor laughter," As I produced, the decanter, said; little of interest. After the first outbreak the subjectwas
You'll thenand when
; come to-morrow,
; 1f ; ; the morrow broke rejoined in a grave voice: the rightsof rather dryly "I don't know what''' Mr.: Panton, my dear," I went on, allowed to drop, and I was in
i**vI c t i Pale lips in the crowded city of the ". railway property must be observed, else my daughter would,say if she knew of "has promised to take up his quar- hopes that Clare had forgotten her
\ accident" spoke. .' there is an end to social order." this." ters with us .fora time/-so you will girlish fancy for this objectionable
-j. ::;: A strong man in a stranger's home, in He l laughed again in his easy.fashion.. By Jove !" he, replied, helping see that he is made as comfortable as person: It was, therefore, with no
;t .: death's dread quiet lay. "I surrender without reserve, he himself, 80 you've got a daughter.,' possible. You had better give orders'at little indignation I found that a Cor-
3 .And a woman sobbed a full heart out in a for the coachman to had been
t cottage a mile said..u Really I owe you an apologyfor Is she pretty ? once bring up, respondence be-
away venturing into the water without Fairly so," I replied. Then remembering his luggage from the Green Dragon." tween the two.I .
.' i,, :So lightly our thoughts leap onward, so first asking permission. But the occa- that,it was only right to "Yes, papa," she answered in a tone like to keep up old traditionscall -
1//;,) ;l;? .5 t' While lightly l fate we waits hope grimly and plan.by and smiles to sion was one of those in which a give him a hint as to her peculiar of such indifference that I felt quite them prejudices if you willandone

,.-. ', ': '." watch her pJa.thing-man- man hesitates he-or, as it happened, temperament, I continued. She'takes mortified. of my dearest is that the head ofa
.r. the.hat-is lost." after her mother." I give you top much trouble, :Miss household should be as a father to
!i ,c 'Discounting his blind the eyes dim cannot, strange see ,future, while I: fear I shall not be acquitted of "I guessed'as'much: ," he interrupted, Denby' interrupted Panton, whose' those who live beneath his roof; one
r ." What a single flying hour brings, what the I weakness, but the infection of his lifting the glass to his lips: "I pre-, somewhat' confused manner betrayedthat to whom all may come for advice in
'k next step may be..And I bright,way could not be resisted. So, sume she inherits intellectual qualities he, too, suffered from the depres- trouble or comfort in sorrow. I regret -
r.s: s., love floats laughing onward, and at with a slight smile I replied more from her father." sing indifference of my daughter's re that in ''my own case the theory
i I his side glides sorrow : affably. That, however, does not I was on the point of replying an- ception. "I fear you think the gameis has so far been restricted to its prim
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I', "While; and man say"and We'll. woman meet between to-morrow them!1"!walk, I j justify-the first transgression." grily to the remark, but, before I could hardly worth the candle." itive limits, and has not yet attainedthe
55 ._ "' Ah," he.cried, if you go back to do so he resumed: "Ton my soul, sir, The expression in Clare's face was fuller proportions of practice. But
A POWERFUL ALL 1: original sin, I am, indeed, undone. I'm almost sorry I came now; for, to not reassuring. "My father's friendsare to encourage the idea, I make it a
St Behold me struggling toward a sense tell the truth, I'm a desperate lady- always welcome," she said rule to retain the post-bag, so that all
of better things, when suddenly you killer, and if she '''took a fancy to me quietly. Then turning to me: Perhaps letters shall pass through my hands.
",. It is my custom of a Monday swoop down and condemn me on the there'd be the deuce to pay.*' I had better have Mr. Panton's I need hardly say that my object in
which, as everybody knows, is the very threshold." In the actual state of affairs the idea I room prepared at: once." so doing is solely to breed that spirit
parson's Sunday-to smoke a cigar I Young man," I said, you should of Clare falling in love with this young "It will be as well," assented, go- of confidence which is the first neces-
A ,, ,S ,,,, :after lunch ; and the slight unpleasantness not jest on serious topics." swaggerer was so, delicious that, forgetting ing to the door and politely holding. sity of a united' family.
which had occurred between I don't, I don't," he answered : what was due to a guest, I lay it open for her as, with a slight bowto ; Thus it happened that on the previous -
? 3 ::.. Clare and myself was, I consider, no I'm gravity itself. I suppose," he back in my chair laughed till the :Mr. Panton, she quitted the apart- Sunday morning I found myself
-- -' TaulfleieUt ioaMJII foi btcrvlzlng ar Rainxary .. oontmuool, with a twintlft in his eye, tears coursed down, my cheeks. called upon to deliver to Clare a letter
", 5"! : a rule. Indeed, a long experty -' that's what ties me so closely to lie looked 'at, me gravely for some 'I returned to my place that which even the cursory examination I
y; fence has shown me that nothing' is earth, and prevents my rising to time and then ',said : "It's awfully gentleman remarked, flipping the ash was able to give to it satisfied me
more soothing to nerves which have higher and more ethereal spheres." funny, no doubt,"but for the life of.me from the end of his cigar, Your it came froia.young Brown.
(, ,"/. ':been acted upon by a woman's tongue No 'one could have beenmore, sur- I can't quite see the point of the joke.". daughter does not possess your I Whatever my annoyance might be,
} I than moderate indulgence in tobacco; prised than myself to find that I was His words recalled me to a sense of sprightliness of. wit, sir." I'showed no trace of it at the time.
ft' and as the day was bright and sunny, actually laughing at this sorry pieceof my duties. Really] sir," I resumed;; "No," I replied ; "perhaps now My principle is to' lay) aside 'on the
"'. .; I determined to carry my usual practice humor. Yet such was the case. "I owe you an apology for my rude- you understand my amusement when day in question all mundane matters
: into effect out of doors. :He recognized his advantage, and was ness, but when you have known my you expressed some fears as to her which might distract the mind< from
tt' ,, As frequently happens in the month not slow to profit by it. daughter a little I think you will un- tranquility of mind on meeting you.'" its higher duties. But I made a little
', vof :May, I found, on emerging, a sharp "Come, sir," suggested, wouldn'tit derstand my merriment. Come, what It is harder to melt an Iceberg mental note that I would take an
-wind blowing ; but, as my cigar was, be as well to tie a handkerchief do you say to an immediate presentation than a ball of snow, but the very difficulty early opportunity of. having an expla-
,t t, -an excellent one, and my blood presently .round your head ? I don't know how ?" of the task lends to it addi- nation with Clare.
; began to tingle with an agreeable you stand for furnishings within, but He assented to the suggestion witha tional charms." The chance came at lunch time next
sends of warmth, I felt indifferent good quality or bad, the east wind is nod, and ringing; the bell I instructedthe "Neatly put," I assented, "and were day. As I have said, the conversation -
'? .to its attacks. My ruffled thoughts, apt to play the very devil with them." servant to ask :Miss Clare to step women as easily handled as metaphorsyour took a somewhat disagreeableturn
also, quickly returned to their ordinary Really, sir," I expostulated-not, into the study: At the same momentI success would seldom be in and resulted in my deciding to
,;., tranquil groove ; for,, althoughClare's however, forgetting to act upon the remembered that I had not ascertained doubt." face the bitter east wind rather than
:f. l '. conduct had momentarily upset hint-" although the advice may begood the newcomers;.) name. They'requite as perplexing, I ad- continue a controversy in which all
?a 1' : me, I took' comfort from the reflection your: manner of. giving* it isoffensIve ".,Byth.1fremarked: ,- "I have mit," he continued, smiling, "but the talking was on one side and the
'. that I had not answered herr highly offensive." omitted to imfo&ftce myself. My name given a little patiencve they'will explain reason on the other.
remarks in the spirit with which they Is it ?"' he said, with a blank look is Denby-the Rev. :Matthew Denby." themselves." The advent of Mr. Panton ,was,
i were pervaded. It is true that with of innocence ; upon my soul, I'm Charmed to make the Rev." Matthew "Well, well,"- I replied, "howeverthat therefore, almost providential. Here
'S -. ,v me, as with most really] thoughtful awful sorry. It's the fault of my Denby's acquaintance the stranger may be, fancy I can trust Clare was a young fellow, good-looking,
-, men, ideas come slowly, and I have training, I presume. You'd place me answered with an inclination of even with such a professed ladykillerin well-to-do, and with a proper confi-
: if! not the same facility of retort which under a considerable obligation if I. the head. :My own name is Panton- the house as yourself." dence in himself. The scheme which

,1 -my daughter inherits from her dear you'll tell me whenever I am offen- Joseph, so called, or, in the vulger He laughed good-naturedly. "You flashed through my mind was, indeed,
t another. But even had I possessed sive." tongue, Joe Panton." don't know what a battery of attrac- a happy one. He was, according to
,; :such dexterity, I trusted I should Let a man be conscious that he has Panton," I repeated ; not surely tions I have in reserve.'' his own declaration, an acknowledged
have been too generous to make use faults and there is hope for him. It one of the Wiltshire Pantons.'' "My dear boy," I answered, "I lady-killer. What better opportunitythan
., I of it. i is. only when he. considers himself "Well, I suppose.'' he answered, "I hope you'll remain here long enough to this could he have for showing
>;\\.l\p. \ The rectory stands on a slight eminence above correction that the case is irre- can claim kinship with them, as I inherit afford us.every proof of their power." his skill? True, Clare's dispositionwas
*' !t from which the ground slopes deemable. Had Clare and her dear the larger bulk of my propertyfrom He shook his head knowingly. an obstinate one, but at least his
,, downward for a short distance, until mother but possessed a little of this a distant relative who lived in t{ Well, I've given you fair warning.The attention might divert her mind from
S .**! :interrupted by a stream of some pre young man's humility, how much that county." responsibility will lie with you." that other absorbing subject. Still, I
;?H; tensions This is spanned by a rustic smoother their lives might have been A man of property, then The fact "I accept it cheerfully," I replied must act with caution. It would not
"II bridge, connecting the grounds proper It was at this moment I rememberedthat threw a new light upon his behavior. rising.. But come, we may'as well do to let Panton suspect I was throwing -
r ? with a large meadow, also belonging the stranger must be very wetas What I.had taken for common impu- see if your room is ready-and then my daughter at his head, else he
:i to the rectory, and it was to this point regards his nether garments. My dence was, after, all, mere eccentri- perhaps we may persuade Clare to might seek safety in flight. It would
( it, .', I now directed my steps. dear sir," I said, pardon my forgetfulness city ; his forward manner but the natural give us a cup of tea in the drawingroom. rather be necessary delicately to excite
is .of'irti : i As approached the bridge I was ; you must be soaking." assumption of superiority which ." his amour propre, and leave the rest
.::.. I considerably annoyed to observe: the He glanced down at ''his trousers, the possessor of many acres may rightly In order that the reader may better to chance.At .
'j. :., I I i: ':figure of a man upon it. He was which were clinging clammily to his claim over his less fortunate fellows. appreciate my motive for welcoming dinner he and I did most of the
', ',:;:."' 1; leaning over the parapet, idly gazing limbs.Ie Yes," he replied, your Well might I congratulate myself on Mr. Panton so warmly to our circle, I talking. Clare was unusually silent,
i 'iI. + ':*;"'! :: n : ; :Into the water beneath. My temper, stream seems about as damp as they the far-seeing sagacity which had not take the opportunity of saying word but showed greater interest, although
H': : I hasten to mention, is a remarkably make 'em." allowed me to take offense at what I here, touching the relations existing not always an approving one, in the
*!.:VI'-* ; ; equable one, but nothing disturbs it Let us go up to the rectory," I now recognized as the utterances of a just then between my daughter and conversation. It was not until the
a*> fr more quickly than the ..intrusion of continued, and we'll soon put thatto superior if somewhat playful mind. myself. repast was nearly ended that he addressed -
; ?.X't.4 strangers into my ground. Unhappily, rights." To this proposal acce- :My dear young friend,'' I said, as In the beginning of the year Clare her directly.
'r vj : this is an infliction to which I am often ded with cheerful alacrity, and side by I rose and took his hand, "you delight had paid a somewhat lengthy visit to Your father and I were discussingthe
; subjected, owing to the fact that a side we advanced towards the house. you overwhelm me. AlthoughI an old friend of mine, resident in subject of women this afternoon,
> w i public field-path traverses the meadow On the whole, I was not disposed to lost sight of them for many years, London, at whose house she had 'contracted Miss Denby, but I fear we did not
; ( M( ai .: -of which I have spoken. As a clergy- regret the 'course matters had taken. the Pantons were once among my most an intimacy with a young come to a satisfactory conclusion."
-- i ; :man I am, of course, bound to respect The prospect of another tete-a-tete with intimate acq aintances"-a statement, man named Brown. Now this Brown, "That was a pity," she answered
,, :" i the laws of the land in which I live, Clare at dinner was not an altogether by the way, slightly in excess of the, I subsequently learned, was the son, ofa coldly. "Under the circumstances,
;; \>ut one more'monstrous or unjust pleasing one if, as I had every reasonto fact; still a little exaggeration might schoolfellow of my own, and the fact any conclusion would have been bet-
.: 'i than that which empowers any passing expect, her mood remained un under the circumstances be pardoned. was not one to prepossess me in his ter than a continuance of the debate."
.5 '../-r;,? 4'* : 'i; stranger; to trespass unquestionedon changed. The presence of an outsider But what are you doing in this out- favor. Major Brown and. myself had He laughed cheerily. "You pro-
*'. -i ; a man's private property I have would, I reflected, be a certain restraint of-the-way part of the world been companions both at Harrow and voke its resumption, ,Miss Denby."
\: .*> J +i not yet discovered. upon her, and perhaps by next day "Studying nature, I suppose you'd Oxford,-but our tastes and habits wereas "Then, to avoid such a calamity, I
rt ..*' 1.! Under no aspect, however, could the her humor might be more amiable.On call it," he replied. "Knocking about dissimilar as night from day. He propose to withdraw the subject altogether
1, I ;" j bridge be considered part of the path entering we passed at once into the country and taking sketches here was,wont to affect a frank bonhomie, ," she answered, making a show
i > h referred to ;' and this, I resolved, the I my study, where a' bright fire was and there-in short, playing at beingan alike to intimates.and strangers, which, of rising."Heaven.
: :interloper should at once be made to'' burning., Without waiting for an in- artist. It's not bad,fun as a game however, it might attract them, never forbid !r' he cried with a
i' ,' I :. understand With that object in view vestigation my new acquaintance that one can throw up when one's succeeded in deceiving me as to his pretended air of despair. "It is far
,' ,., ;. I quickened my pace to a sharp trot.By placed himself before it, and was I tired of it, but it must be deucedly real nature. He was quick, too, in too attractive to permit of our losingsight
r :": ';' ; an unfortunate, chance, just as I quickly enveloped in a cloud of vapor. dreary work as a means of earning a acquiring a superficial acquaintancewith of it yet awhile."
fl ifil j ;, reached my destination a gust of wind I see you smoke," he remarked, livelihood.'' any subject he might ,select, a "I accuse Mr. Panton of being a
; aught my hat and blew it into the nodding with his head toward the An.accomplished amateur also! My knack which enabled him to take high poet, my dear," I interrupted. "He
*;. ri L I .1 "water. On perceiving this the stranger cigar I held in my hand. opinion of the young man was rapidly honors ;. while I, with far sounder has all the paraphernalia of one-
,.., S :c : with laudable readiness- ran down to Yes," I assented : ,at my time of rising. knowledge, barely managed to scrape tropes, similes, sentiment, passion."
,4 5'S the bank on which I stood, and, before life a little indulgence in the habit is "And where are you staying?" I through my examinations. In short "I stand convicted," he rejoined,
I could protest, had walked into the admissible, if not possibly beneficial.. asked. he was a pedant and a prig, whom but only as a voiceless singer. I
,: '..:, : !! middle of the stream, secured the But it i3 one I greatly deprecate in In the village, at the sign of the fortune delighted to honor, who latterly possess the necessary baggage, it is
I n .t,,i., :, ; errant article, and returned it to my young men." Green Dragon." had attained a position 'which true ; but, alas I have locked it away
1', .h nds: "Ah, you're quite right," he rejoined :My dear boy," I returned, we his intrinsic merits would certainlynever and lost the key irrevocably."
,'; ;'i I It certainly was provoking that, taking a case from his pocketand must put a stop to that at once. This have secured for him. It is not We must try to find it for him,
: ;;, ',' wIth every reason to be otherwise, I extracting a large cigar.IC Do house must be your headquarters while my habit to traduce my fellow-crea- eh, Clare?" I suggested.
t :: : was forced to appear grateful to the you know," he went on easily, I you remain in the neighborhood. No, tures, but there are ''occasions when Mr. Panton seems in no pressingneed
,. t : .j:; man for his promptitude. Nevertheless fancy you and I have many ideas in no, I continued, anticipating the refu- the truth is desirable, and on which of it at present," she replied.
.t : kS. : this did not affect the fact that common. You like a good cigar ; I sal which, however, he seemedin even I do not shrink from uttering it. Ah !" "he cried, you are unfair,
t '; .: he had been intruding, as, after a word can tell by the smell that's a first-rate no ,way eager to offer. I'll Accordingly when Clare returned :Miss Denby. You forget that although -
,j :. i;. ,' of thanks for his timely aid, I pro-, brand you're smoking. So do I. ,Our take .no denial. And here comes I home and informed me that she had opportunity be the slave ofT
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him {ivho is prepared, it is the tyrantof The; evening was spent much in the amusing themselves, and so gently opening liven party, softra'prinaiplei.cointrne.l. : i I money without lo&s. ,. ,

the unready." same way as the previous: one, but I the study doorI stole noiselessly: ontiptoe is remits in practice. It Is an organization Asserting the equality of all men before-
An almost imperceptible smile thought I detected a sensible increaseof toward the drawing-room. for enriching UIOMJ who ,control its ma the law, we hold that it is the duty of the
On looking in1; found that it was un- chinery., The fraud mill ,jobbery which Government, in its dealings with the .people -
)laved on Clare's lips. You are warmth in Clare's manner toward tenanted, but I thought I could detect' have been brought to light in every depart- to mete out equal and exact justice to-
ih1v to have a useful servant then Mr. Panton. As for him, it seemed the murmur of voices proceeding from ment of the Government are sufficient to all citizens, of whatever nationality, race.

Mr. Canton she paid. impossible that, anything should stop the adjoining conservatory With char. have called for reform within the Republican color or persuasion, religious or political.We .
Yet those in
party. authority made
believe in a free ballot and fair
44 Mow you are sarcastic, he re his flow of spirits. He talked inces- acteristic playfulness I crept cautiously: reckless by long possession of power, have count, and we recall]) to the memory of the

joined lint I am helpless in yourhands. santly, and, I am afraid, a great deal to the entrance and peeped in. succumbed its corrupting influence, and people the noble struggle of the Democrats
of Clare and the stranger were seated on have placed in nomination a ticket against of the 45th and 46th Congresses, by whicha
nonsense. an ottoman with their backs turned toward which the independent? portion of that party reluctant Republican
opposition was compelled -
"Indeed, I wash them of you altogether Next day, as I sat reading in, my me. But this did not prevent, me are in open revolt. Therefore a change is to assent to legislation making everywhere -

," she l answered, rising. The room, ,he entered in his usual uncere- from seeing-indeed, it'rather helped to demanded; such a change was alike neces- illegal the presence of troops at tlic-
responsibility is too great." monious fashion."I f'how-that Panton's arm was round my sary in 187G, but the will of the people.was polls]) as a conclusive proof that a Democratic-
daughter's: waist, and that their heads then defeated by a fraud which can never I Administration will preserve liberty with
rfhat is my loss, he said, smiling, :hope I don't disturb you, sir," were close to each other. Althoughout be forgotten nor condoned. order.

as he opened: the door for her. he said. of very simple delight at the scene beforeme Again in 1880 a change was demanded by 'The selection of Federal officers for the-

Xot if it teach you to take bettercare "Not at all," I answered, laying I strained every nerve to hear what use the of people and contributed,was defeated by by the lavish Territories should be restricted= to citizens

of yourself," she replied, with an down 'my book. "."Take a. seat." they were saying, unfortunately I could contractors money and shameless jobbers unscrupulous, who had previously We oppose resident sumptuary therein.laws which vex

implied"meaning: in her tone \vich I "Thanks," he replied, "if it's the ,only catch an indistinct word here and bargained for unlawful profits or high office. the citizens and interfere with individual

failed to understand as she swept out same to I'd rather stand. I've there. The Republican! party, during its legal, its liberty.
My joy at the discovery was such that stolen and its bought tenures of power, has 'Ve'favor honest Civil Service Reforms anif
of the room. always more confidence in myself I could :scarcely refrain from calling out. steadily! : decayed in moral character and political the compensation of all United States offi-

I was. delighted with the badinage. j when I'm on my legs." Only with considerable effort, indeed, capacity. Its platform promises are cials by fixed salaries; the separation of the
trivial though it had been. It at I "I should not have thought you did I jOuceeed.in stifling my feelings; but now a list of its failures. It has squandered Church and State, and the diffusion of free
I when I again.found myself: safely within hundreds of millions to create a Navy that education by common schools, that even-
that Clare
not failed in
was wholly ever that I remarked.
least proved the library with no at hand to does not exist. It calls'upon Congress to child in the land may be taught the rights
insensible to the attentions of other i "No more did I," he answered; ad- watch .ineI, felt it impossible to restrain remove the burdens under which American and duties of citizenship.

men, and the circumstances gave me ding with some slight hesitation, "un them longer.I shipping has, been depressed. It imposedand I' While we favor all legislation which wilt
continued these burdens. It tend
to equalize the distribution of ,
for the of little scheme. til 1 here." sat down in 'hail'and rubbed professes property,
hope succes my : came my ( myminds a policy of reserving public lands for to the prevention of monopoly and to the
J llilflllot visited Wiltshire for many "Ah, you have caught the infection.We gleefully together, while, as "I small holdings 11\.' actual settlers> it has I !strict? enforcement of individual rights-

but I still retained a vivid are too modest for go-ahead thought;: of Brown's discomfiture, peal given away the people's heritage, till nowa against corporate abuses: we hold: that the-
rears: you
after peal of laughter followed in few railroads and non-resident aliens individual welfare
quicksuccession. !
"society depends
] of its beauties the London fellows." upon a scrupulous -
; flfct'on .
"' quaintold young To think and ,
:: that I, of all peo- corporate possess a larger area regard for the rights of property as df'-
-.-Mty of Salisbury, the breezy "No," he replied reflectively "it's ple the most guileless; and ingenuous, than all our farms between the two seas. fined by the la"c believe that labor i?
,1uwIIfind!: that wonderful collection not that. Take your daughter, for should have outwitted this crafty schemer It professes a preference for free institu- best rewarded where it is freest and most
tions. It organized and tried to legalize the enli be'
htclll".1. It should fostered and
The idea was too exquisite:
known as Stonehedge. It was natural instance. I'm devilish impudent to control of State elections! by Federal troops.It cherished. '
last I had
therefore, that as Panton and I sat her-almost rude at times, and yet it at sufficiently] re- professes a desire to aid labor; it has sub- We favor the repeal of all laws restricting
gained my composure, I once more pro- jected the American working men to the the free action of labor and the
over our wine the conversation should never seems to make impression. enactment.
any ceeded toward the drawing-room
on competition of convicts and imported labor.It of laws by which labor organizations
revert to the principal features of that "Perhaps you don't want to makean this occasion, however, being careful to professes gratitude to all who were disabled be incorporated, and of all such legislationas may

country and the producing powers of I impression." give due warning of my coming. As I or died in the war, leaving widows-or will tend to enlighten the people as to

its soil, this latter being a subject in i '" Oh, but I do," he continued with expected, on reaching the conservatory, orphans; it left to the Democratic House of the true relation of capital and labor.
I found Clare alone on the couch, while Representatives the first effort to equalize We believe that the public lands ought as-
which I take a considerable interest.I i curious frankness. "You'll excuse Panton stood a little apart from her. both the bounties and pensions. It proffersa far as possible, to be kept as homesteads for ;

was pleased to find in my companion I me mentioning it, but :Miss Denby is I "Well, young folks," I said, "I hopeyou've pledge to correct the irregularities of our actual settlers; that all unearned lands--

a kindred spirit, while recognizing a deucedly attractive girl.," enjoyed yourselves. Its tariff; it tariff created commission and has continued them.: heretofore improvidently granted to railroad

iny desire for information on agricultural "I think it was yourself who first Perfectly," returned Panton,in a tone more own.,thau-viiO per-cent confessed";-roduction a needof 5,,ito -partysnouKT corporations by the be_ action restored oLthe to the Republi public- *--.-

topics, he readily cited the hinted that she took her intellectual conveying that for his part he' could Congress gave a reduction of less than 4 per domain, and that no more grants of land, r
I have gone on doing so in the same way cent. It professes a protection of Americanmanufactures shall be made to corporations: or be allowed
him his qualities from her father I said
returns yielded by own a
for time further.
some ; it has subjected them to an to fall into ownership of alien absentees.
property. In his manner of stating little maliciously.He "And how have you amused each increasing flood of manufactured goods and We are opposed to propositions! which,,
these details, which to others would shook his head gravely. No," other?" I asked. hopeless competition' with manufacturing upon any pretext, would convert the General -

probably have appeared dry and uninteresting -' he replied, "I detect a difference.She's "I have been teaching Miss Denby a nations, not one of which taxes' raw mate, Government into a machine for collect- '
he rial. ing taxes to be distributed the State
new game, replied. among
I discovered a singular got' a most original mind of her "Ah!" I said, how is that?" It professes to protect all American indus- or the citizens thereof.In
charm and fascination ; but after a own. Do you know, sir," he proceeded, "I call it Question and Answer and tries but it has impoverished the many to reaffirming the declarations of the Democratic -
little I felt that it would be selfish to without any alteration in his voice, I'm really it's amazingly simple althoughyour ; subsidize a few. It professes the protectionof platform of 18oG, that"the liberal
afraid I'm falling in love. American labor; but it has depleted the principles embodied by Jefferson in the Declaration -
keep him altogether to myself, and daughter seemed at first to have returns of American
Talk of originality-here certainly was agriculture, an industry of Independence, and sanctioned
accordingly proposed an adjournmentto with One some difficulty in understanding it. It followed by half of our people. It professesthe in the Constitution which makes ours the-
an example a
vengeance. is usual for two to play and the inter- of all before the law and
the equality men of liberty and the asylum of the oppressed
drawing room. might have .thought I was a perfect est is increased when they are of differ- attempting to fix the status of colored citizens of every nation, have ever been car- ,
On entering we found Clare.seated stranger to the lady in question, so un- ent sexes." the acts of its Congress were overset dinal principles in the Democratic faith! ,"" i

at the piano, where :Mr. Panton at concernedly did my guest announce to "Indeed," I interrupted, placing my by the decision of its courts. It accepts a we nevertheless do not sanction the import-
once begged that she would remain.As me the state of his feelings for her. I hand on Clare's shoulder, "and what new duty in leading in the work of progress ation of foreign labor, or the admission of
will not say that the declaration was then?" and reform, and its'caught criminals are servile races unfitted by habits training, religion -
my daughter is a finished musician, displeasing, but I reflected that it would "The gentleman, as a rule begins although permitted to escape through continued delays or kindred qualities for absorptioninto
I hastened to second the request. For not be consonant with my dignity to I've heard of cases where the or actual 'connivance in the prosecu- the great body of our people, or for citizenship -
whether from the surrender at the first assault. tion. Honeycombed with corruption, the which our laws confer. American ,
own part ex- has "do
my lady preferred so something
'. outbreaking of exposures no longer shocksits civilization demands that against the immigration ,
You that 'I her father I
forget am C
citeme t of the day's adventures or in this manner: 1.:loye be .
observed somewhat you, says, moral sense. Its honest members, its independent".journnlsnoHmger'.111ain or: importation .of Mongolians to. -
the excellence of the dinner I know I stiffly. will you be myll.e.; ?' T "Oh, no, I don't_ .. ,!"lieauswored&tliat'wliy'I "s:1t- .. '.1 succssful for in its
had, into e contest authority coun- cratic party insists that it is the duty of the-
not but relapsed
no sooner com to you. "And has my little puss; been taking sels or a veto upon bad nominations. Government to protect with equal fidelity
my easy-chair! than I dropped into a Well? I continued, inquiringly. part in it?" I, asked .looking down into That a change is necessary is proved by and vigilance the rights of its citizens, naturalized -
pleasant slumber. "r was anxious to learn in what- light Clare's face affectionately.She an existing surplus of more than $100,000,000which at home or abroad. To the end
When I awoke Clare was still at the fact would strike you." blushed as she answered, "Yes, has yearly been collected from a suffering that this protection may be assured. United
You mean as regards an engagement people. Unnecessary taxation is unjust States papers of naturalization issued by he-
while Panton
the piano, playing softly, between my daughter and yourself papa. taxation. We denounce Republican party courts must be respected by the executiveand
I crossed to where the other stood and
stood near to her talking in a low "Yes," he answered, "I suppose you took his hand."Mr.. Panton I said for having failed to,relieve the people from legislative departments of oar own Gov-
voice. As I had no desire to act the might put it that way." crushing war taxes, which have paralyzed ernment and by all foreign powers. It i is an
It mode of you have made me very happy. I am business, crippled industry, and deprived imperative duty of this Government to effi-
of the certainly was a strange "
part eavesdropping-indeed, pro- proud to welcome you as my son-in-law. labor of employment and of its just reward. ciently protect all the rights of person antI
distance at which I was rendered sucha posing to become my, son-in-law, but "Thank you," he replied, beginning to The'Democracypledges itself to purify the I property of every American citizen in for-. -

thing impossible-I gave a prelim- after all the end "justified the means. laugh in his old fashion : you're awfully Administration from corruption; to'restore eign lands, and demand and enforce full
and commenced ostenta- "My dear Panton, I said, "you must good. By the way," he continued, I economy; to revive respect for law ; and to : reparation for any invasion thereof. An
inary yawn remember that our acquaintance has may as well set you right at once as to a reduce ,taxation to the lowest limit consist- American citizen is only responsible to his-
tiously to stretch myself. Bless, been short, and I should have, of course, slight misconception. You seem to have ent with a due regard to the preservation of own Government for any act done in his-

me," I remarked, looking at my watch, to be assured that you are in a positionto caught my name imperfectly. It is true the faitn of the nation to its creditors and own country, or under her flag, and can
41 keep a wife. But otherwise I do not pensioners. only be tried therefor on her own soil and
It's for 11. How that I take two-thirds of it from the relative -
getting on quicklythe
know anyone whom I would welcomemore who left the Wiltshire Knowing full well, however, that legisla-, according to her laws, and the power exists-
evening has passed. gladly as Clare's husband. me property; tion affecting the occupation of the people in this Government to expatriate an American -
Clare rose and began to put away "Then if I satisfy on that point but my full title is Joseph Panton should be cautious and conservative in citizen to be tried in any foreign land
you Brown""Brown method, not in advance of for such act. This has
public opinion, any country never'had
her music Panton crossed the fire- there is obstacle to
to no my trying my I stammered in tone of
a put responsive to its demands, the Demo- a well-defined and executed foreign policy -
place. luck? horror," not Brown" cratic party pledged to revise the tariff ina i except under a Democratic administration. -
Time goes swiftly in the land of None whatever," I answered, deeming The' son of .your old schoolfellow spirit of fairness to all ''interests. But in That policy has ever been in regard
Nod ,''he said to but could it unnecessary to allude to the Brown yes, the same." making a reduction in taxes, it is not pro- to foreign nations so long as they do not
me, we episode. "You have my full -consent, The blood rushed to my head, and I posed to injure any domestic industries, but act detrimental to the interests of this country -
have given you a long start tonightand and I can only trust tliat you will be felt as if I should choke" as I'turned rather to promote their healthy growth. or hurtful to our citizens, to let them
even then have won." equally fortunate in winning Clare's. angrily to Clare. And.. the letter From the foundation of this Governmentthe alone ; that as the result of this policy we-
you '
collected at the custom-houses recall the of Louisiana Florida,
taxes acquisition
Mr. Panton must for himself "Thank you, was his reply; I fancy received "
speak on Sunday-
have been the chief source of Federal reve- California, and adjacent Mexican territory.
if I'll into the
Clare interrupted with you'll excuse me go gar- "Came from me," he interrupted, continue be. Moreover alone and these
a slight nue. Such,they must to by purchase contrast grandacquisitions
den and smoke a cigar. Perhaps I
now telling Clare that I had determined to
frown. many industries have come to rely of Democratic statesmanshipwith
: may hit on sonic likely plan for obtain- venture here and lay siege to the Alaska the sole fruita
"Have I myself upon legislation for successful continuance, the purchase of ,
not done
? he
so rejoined !, ing that during the process." citadel. And, by Jove," lie continued so that any change.of the law must be at of Republican Administration of nearly a
rapidly. Then he laughed pleasantly, "Certainly: my boy, do as you think giving me a slap on the back, it's well every step regardful of the labor and .cap- quarter of a century.The .
and, after an instant's pause, resumed : best," I rejoined And so this remark- I did so, else I should*never have known tial thus involved.. The process of reform. Federal Government should for care
Possibly :Miss Denby finds viewstoo able interview came to a close. what a powerful ally I had in my future must be subject in execution to this plain and improve the Mississippi river and other
my My little scheme was, then, a successso father-in-law." dictate of justice.All great water-ways of the Republic, so as to
con hrehensive"' far. After all, your clever people are Certainly his manner was offensive, taxation should be,limited to the requirements -- secure for the interior States easy and cheap l
*' When they make her an involuntary not difficult to circumvent if one goes but what could I,do ?Bclgravia. of economical government. The transportation to tide-water. 0 i
party : to their meaning shecertainly about the business properly. The very necessary reduction in taxation can and Under the long period of Democraticrule -
must be effected without depriving American and policy, our merchant marine -
simplicity of project I said to myself
does, Clare answered. my THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. labor of the ability to compete successfully was fast overtaking and on
Ah 1"! he was probably the chief reason that it labor and without imposing of that
cried, "it would be with foreign thepoint outstripping
prospered so well. A less singlemindedman lower rates of than will be of Great Britain. Under twenty of
against interest to do else Following is the Platform as reported by duty ample years
my own so, than myself would almost certainly to cover any increased cost of production Republican rule and policy, our commerce
1 should be robbed of the pleasure of have ruined all by too great zeal, but the the Committee, and adopted. at the Chicago which exist in consequence of the has been left to British bottoms:: and the .

''ouvincing her that they are true. unobtrusive manner in which I pulledthe National Convention : higher rate of wages prevailing in this coun- American flag has been almost swept off the

Then must take wires, was,.I felt, in the spirit of, the The' Democratic' Party of the Union try. Sufficient revenue to pay all expensesof high seas. Instead of the Republican part'sBritish
an -
you oPfortunit highest diplomacy. through its, representatives in National the Federal Government economically: policy: we demand for the people of '
ty of doing that It was true that I had still to deal with convention assembled recognizes that, as administered, including pensions, interest the United Statesan: American policy. Un- .
fi getting up from my place, for I can- Clare, and in her respect I could not the Nation grows'older, new issues are born and'principal of the public debt, can be got der the Democratic rule and policy, om-
not afford to lose my beauty sleep for have the same certainty which Panton's of time and progress; and old issues perish, under our present system of taxation from merchants and sailors flying the stars and::
but the fundamental principles of the De- the custom-honse taxes on fewer imported stripes in every part, successfully searchedout
he announcement had created
!sake; of listening to two young as regards mocracy, approved by the united voice of articles, bearing the heaviest on articles of markets for the varied products of American -
people himself. :Nevertheless I was not without the remain and will remain the articles under of a centuryof
talking nonsense. people, ever as luxuryand bearing lightest on industry; a quarter
The next morning passed, as, usual, hope that the latter's powers of per- the best and only security for the continuance of necessity. Republican rule and policy, despite our
suasion would eventually, prevail. of free government. The preservationof "We therefore denounce the abuses of the manifest advantages over all other:Ration*-
w 1 the study, and in the afternoon, as Panton's communication had been personal rights, the equality of all 'citizens existing tariff, and subject to the preceding in high paid labor. favorable climate and
the weather continued fine, it occurred made on the Wednesday, and in the before the lathe reserved rights of limitations, we demand that Federal taxa- teeming soils ; despite the freedom of trade
/ to me that I had not seen my old meantime I considered it as well not to the States and the supremacy of the Federal tion shall be exclusively for public purposesand among all these, the United States, despite '
friend the for timI recur to the subject. He was not, I was Government within the' limits of the Con- shall not exceed the needs of the Gon- their population by the foremost races: of -
Squire some convinced, a man to let the stitution, will ever form the true basis of ernment economically administered. The men and the annual immigration of the
proposed, therefore, to ride over to under his feet and wisest grass policy grow our liberties and can never be surrendered system of direct taxation known as "Internal young, thrifty and adventurous of all na- ",
the Grange and pay him a visit, andas evidently to await the my outcome of events.: without destroying ,that balance of right Revenue," is a war tax, and as long'as lions; despite our freedom here from the
Panton and powers which enables the continent, to the tax continues the'money derived there inherited burdens of life and industry in the-
mentioned that he had let- On Saturday I informed my, guest at be developed in peace' and social order; to from should be sacredly devoted to the re- Old World monarchies their costly wars,,
ters to write, I suggested his making luncheon that I had to ask his indulgence be maintained by means of local government lief of the people from the remaining bur- their navies, their vast tax-consuming, non- J

Use of the library during absence. for my absence until dinner-time, dens of the wcr, and be made a fund to defray producing standing armies; despite twenty-
In this he concurred my and before as I always devote that afternoon to the But it is indispensable for'the' practical the expense of the care and comfort of years of peace, that Republican rule and
readily preparation of the next'day's discourse.But application and enforcement of these funda- worthy soldiers disabled in the line of dutyin policy have managed to surrender to Great
starting I saw him comfortably I added that Clare would doubtless mental principles that 'the Government the wars of the Republic, and for the Britain, along with our commerce, the con-
installed in my place, Clare having prove an efficient substitute-an asser- should not always be controlled by one po- payment of such pensions as'Congress may trol of the markets of the world. Instead of
stated her intention of to the tion which I was pleased to observe nei- litical party. The frequent change of ad- from time to time grant to such soldiers, a the Republican party's British policy, we ,
going ther of theyoung people seemed anxiousto ministration is 'as necessary as a constant like fund for sailors having been already demand in behalf of the American Democracy -
village in order to make some neces- Otherwise should be American Instead'of the
recurrence to the popular 'will. provided, and any surplus paid an policy.
sary purchases. dispute. abuses grow, and the Government, insteadof into the Treasury.We Republican party's discredited scheme and
AS'lt the I
It was close the dinner hour happened, sermon, selectedwas being carried on for the general welfare favor an American continental policy, false pretense of friendship for American
when upon one which I already knew pretty becomes an' instrumentality for imposing based upon more intimate"commercial rela- labor expressed by imposing taxes, we de-
I returned, and hastily dressing nearly by rote, and consequently little heavy burdens upon many who are gov tions with our sister Republics of North, mand in behalf of the Democracy freedomfor
I hurried down stairs., The young more than an hour's study sufficed to erned for the benefit of the few who govern. Central and South America, but entangling the American laborer by reducing taxes,
people were for put me at my ease with it. As I closed The public servants thus become arbitrary alliances with none. to the end that these United States may .
and already waiting me, the manuscript it occurred to me that it rulers. We believe in honest money, the gold and compete with unhindered powers for the-
we at once passed into the dining might be interesting to find out, in an This is now the condition of the country. silver coinage of the Constitution, and a cir- primacy among nations in all the arts or

room. informal sort of way how the two were Hence a change is demanded. The Repub- 'culating medium convertible into such peace and fruits of liberty.


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b'a' ; i GENERAL PERRY'S SPEECH.i I trees loaded! down with luscious fruit. His unite with the conservative white men have tit seaport, the great"iron ships and vesselsof THE: FLORIDA IIL1w -

(Continued from first page,) purpose was to climb into the tree and I amassed the vast sum of ten million dollars.Do modern construction, making a deep 1 .
*** do not blame him ; I should have done. the you know that,colored men? Comparethat channel necessary.Vhy i is it that you have
vriiich other! have not received and "
1 ? states same if I had been a private. While he was 'with the condition of the colored man only eighteen feet of water, when you GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR.
+ r r ; _.' citi&equently I do not ascribe all the progress preparing to climb the tree lie beheld one of Florida, where he has remained solid should have twenty-five? Is this becauseMr. e

? i i which we have seen within the last whom lie supposed to be a clergyman, and against the conservative element. 'How Bisbee is in Congress; and he does not Subscription, 82 per year; ,six months si.
: of good which the soldier believed he was after the same many millions has he accumulated? Go to ; want Fernandina to have more water,? e
four government we I I -
; ; years ,
1 x cherries that he sought. The clergyman our sister State of Alabama and you will Don't you believe that of Charlie Dougherty., Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor. e
haVe secured by our votes to this,.but I say began questioning him as to what army he find them in the same condition., ;You will If[ you send him to Congress he will secure

x that without this government, without this belonged-to' what division what brigade, find too. that they have been gradually to: Fernandina the deep water that will make, BATES OF ADVERTISING. t:

4 li i 1 I assurance that these immigrants would be and what regiment. Answering these questions 'brought to act with the white men, so muchso ; her the Atlantic port of Florida. I understand Ten cents a line for the first and "
somewhat petulantly and impatiently,* that in the late election in that state I that many of the colored people,here five cents for
sale soil these investments
t and secure upon our he looked up and said, Now, my friend, there was no ticket placed in the field are voting for Bisbee as against Walls and each subsequent insertion. o
1 would not have been made, and you answer my question : to what army do against the ticket of the honest, intelligent Dougherty. Why is it that Mr. Bisbee is Special local notices, 15 cents a line.
. ..V* 3 these new families brought to their new' you belong?" The gentleman straightened Democracy. 'It will come to Florida, too- antagonizing Mr. Walls? Why is not Mr. Reading notices 25 cents a line. it]

+ h homes in Florida. himself and replied "I belong to the armyof you may believe it, my countryman. All Walls entitled to some consideration ? Whys Special rate for time advertisements upon application (1
the Lord." "It strikes me., then," said they want is to see where their interest lie, it that Mr.,Bisbee says that he loaned Mr. at the office.Communications. k
4 Now, go to our sister state, Louisiana 1 the soldier, "you are a long ways from headquarters like those] little puppies you may have heardof Walls $500.00? What does the Republicanpress
ant advised that in her fields labor is paid ." It strikes me that if these Inde- in South Carolina. One day Senator of Jacksonville say ? It is very unkind upon all matters of local interest

only about the same rate as it was here under pendents are Democrats, they are a long way Wade Hampton was sitting on his veranda.Old that. Mr. Bisbee should spread the re- solicited from all parts of the county and from :1

v Radical rule, because it is less profitableto from headquarters. [Laughter.] uncle Ben came up with a basket on port that he loaned Mr. Walls $500.00 and it along the lines of :Florida railways. tAU
f I see some colored men here. I don't sup his arm, snugly covered over with a piece of is very unkind not to add that Mr. Walls communications intended for publication
make cane in Louisiana than it is to pose there is any use in the world in talkingto cloth. The Generals curiosity being paid it back to him. I tell yon, coloredmen should be addressed to the Editor: all business C

make oranges in .Florida. Now, my friends you. You have had precept upon' precept aroused, he said to the old servant, '"well this Independent movement, the letters simply to TIlE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY SI
and countrymen, the question arises, why and you seem to he joined to your Uncle Ben what have you there?" -,"Puppies leaders of which are trying to lead you by
''Y" I, idols. I don't suppose you will listen to me, Massa, (tou't'OU want to buy them?" the nose, do not hesitate to use you, but it k
; this advance? Republicans as well as Democrats but I say to you colored men, that this "What kind of puppiesare') they, Ben ?" can never advance you, while these Repub- SEPTEJIBER 6, IS3,,. 1
d + 'admit this to be true as to Florida party whose principles and policy I advo- '"Dey's 'Publican puppies, massa." "If lican leaders are lifted into office I tell you, :

+ ill admit that these benefits could not ex- cate; this party which I expect to make me they are Republican puppies, I'm a Demo- in the future whether you are led by Inde- THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. n

:Est i ;,'without good government. Surely Republicanism Governor [applause], purposes in the future, crat, Ben, I don't want them. The election pendentism or by one who cares not for
i as it has in the past, to secure you in all took, place. Gen. Hampton was elected Florida except as he can by means of her FOR PRESIDENT: 11..
,' :: in Florina, if you are disposed your rights; and I say to you, further, that governor of the State of South Carolina. aggrandize himself you will be led astray.I r

-to !gin it that title, is not strengthened. you may vote against: us, or for us, and Again the General was sitting on the ve- tell you, colored men. that when I see GROVER CLEVELAND,
That party is not more powerful than it was whether vou do the one or the other, your ra.ida.' Along came .tjie] same-Uncle_ Ben, how YOU.have been used, I am reminded ofa fJ
,w votes shall be honestly counted, we will be with the same old basket covered with the I. dream of an old colored man, which he
i it
,Jour then ask
years ago. Why, you may there. We offer to the people of Florida same old rag. I'se bro't dese'puppies back, dreamed and told to James E. Gibbs in the ---
r .dojwe: labor so? I will tell you, my friends: whether they be white or black, principlesso Massa Hampton-dey'se not 'Publican morning: "I dreamed a dream las' night; FOR VICE-PRESIDEXT: C

t it is because: of an attempt to divide this broad, a policy so liberal, that no man puppies any mo.*' "Well, what kind. of it was a singular dream. I dreamt I died THOMAS A. HENDRICKS
'" :'k,1: ; great conservative labor element upon which who loves Florida can object to 'standing puppies are they now Uncle Ben?" :Dey'se and went to hell." "You did?" "Yes.. 0
upon our platform. We give you now, as Dem'crat puppies." Democrat puppies, exclaimed "Well, what did,you see there?" "Oh I OF INDIANA. fi
is based'all the hopes of'Florida's future. in the. Gen. "How's that? I lots. Did
we have given you past, an opportunity Hampton.- saw you see many people
And how and why has that attempt been to come with us. We believe that your thought they were Republican puppies the there?" "Yes, sir." Did you see any FOR GOVERNOR: rt

ii made It has been made by those whom interests are just''as much involved as ours. other day." "Oh, yes, Massa Hampton, but Democrats?" "Oh, yes I saw some." "Did EDWARD A. a
We know that your best friends are those dey's don got deir eyes open now !" All you see any Republicans there?" "Oh, yes PERRY,
; we; have been wont to recognize as men' of
ir s neighbors who have longest lived by you you want i is to get your eyes open, and I saw lots of Republicans." "Did you see OF ESCAMDIA. I"tl
our faith. The effort is made by some whom and best know you. We say to you once become Democrats, and you will work handin any Independents there?" Oh, yes, massa, ---

men. call "sore-heads." I don't know, anything more, come with us. We say to you that I hand and side by side with your white I saw all there was. There was not so manyof
i about the condition of their heads, many of the most intelligent men of your I neighbors, and with the white people you those." Well what were the Indepen- FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: 5i
:, color are following the example of the white will help secure to Florida and to Nassau dents doing there?" "Why, everyone of MILTON H. MABRY
but:this I do know : when I look at those Republicans, and they are with us. The County, good government,and good, honest them had a nigger, holding him up between "

i who originated this Independent movement, only paper, so,far as I, know, edited by col- officers. Why. I rode(down through your himself and the fire !" [Applause.] OF SUMTER. \\'
c m recognize them as men whom we have ored men-a paper published in Jacksonville beautiful city this evening. rode down to
for Governor him whois the beach and it occurred'to that old General Perry was followed By Lieut.
Icriown throughont, .t the State of Florida -Is supporting FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT: :1'
4. ', speaking to you to-night. [Applause.] I Nassau ought to be proud of her Fernandina. Gov. Mabry, who confined his remarks
., ,3t ane'i whom we have trusted Did it ever say to you, colored men, that in the West beautiful queen of the sea, as she is. DOUGHERTY, r.
to the absurdities of the
principally max-
'' strike 'ou-the: presumption of these young in my own county-the most intelligent, My friends. I cannot but honor you OF VOLUSIA.A 11'
I men in breaking loose from the party they colored men are voting with us in the State I cannot but be proud of the club ims of the Independent platform. --

: connected with on the grounds they issues, and for our.State nominees; and I which I see yoU haveorganized hE.'re-a club Chas. E. Dyke, Esq., the Florida statis- ,RELATION OF FACTS WELL tJ
T were
say to you they are but following the! exam- which has already begun to work in earnest WORTH CONSIDERING. t1
allege? Why, they say, We are attempting ple of honest and intelligent white Repub and which is destined accomplish so tician, was the next speaker. He com-

s to form a new party; we have come out licans in the. West. If you want to know much good. This, I understand, is Club No. pared the results accomplished under There is nothing more convincing a'
who it is of the white Republicans that are 1. Club No. 2 should now be organized,
from you because you arc foam-capped with the administrations of the'two dominant than facts. In the contest now going 1 p
r repudiating that policy which you are seeking and then Club No. 3, and so on up to Club
N ,, fraud and deceit." Did it ever occur to you, to follow, look at the Florida Journal, No. 8-for I understand there are eight pre- parties in the State, while in power, and on for the control of our State t1

ti when they use these words, to look at,the published in the interests of the Republican cincts in your county. Send out your showed up the glaring frauds of the Re- and General Governments the h

fathers of those young men. They include party of Florida, in Jacksonville; you will young men and urge upon them.the importance publicans. As the hour getting late peo-
their You will too of the and ''see that there is the the citizens
see names. see my cause, a pIe taxpayers. good ware
intheir the mothers the ,
Charge even even friends, if you go throughout the State, that club organized in every precinct. And you, his remarks were very brief, and at 10:45
I cuoble matrons of our State,for we are proudof the intelligent, honest Republicans who citizens of Fernandina, see to it, everyone the meeting adjourned.An interested mianly in questions 81

'. t r i classing them as a part of this conserv- have anything at stake in Florida, are sup of you, that your name is enrolled upo-n the of fact. tiThe
I'AP.pcause.J [ : porting an honest and intelligent ticket for register of the club. Let it appear in the Important Movement.
the State government. Now, I say to you future that you was one of the grand army vast majority of the people Flare
: : .] Did you ever see such cheek? come with us, if you will ; but I have this which won the great"victory. in 18-S4. [Ap- It is 'with pleasure we announce the advent -
citizens who called
r Why, it beats the cheek of a. government also to say, that if you determine, that you plause.] And don't'Jet there be within the to our.section of Captain Rist Christensen are annually

?' 1 male. all to pieces. To-day you may look will not go with us, if you vote against us, limits of Nassau 'county single man un- Norway, who arrived some days since upon to give a percentage of their ar

..over the State and see old,gray-headed- men we are still going to elect the ticket that we registered. They must be legally registeredten from Europe and who, in company with
Jiaveput in.Ihe.field.._[ \pnla .}.We: _have. days before the ejection, and the registration property to support and furnish the D
+ali; .H who have devoted a life-time "Id theTservTce determined that :Florida shall be controlled must take piuCt-between ,tho first our friend Mr..Curtis, paid_ us a visit. the
.,.,of Florida, and have asked for no return ; by intelligence, honestand conservatism. Monday in October and ten day sprior to the In the course of a very interesting con- money required! .cafy 1g on, at

.' '' but behold! these immaculate young men 1[Applause.] We have determined that that election. And then, when election day versation we gathered from Capt. Christensen government. They feel that they be
ndependentism which is bred of itchingfor comes, see that registered voter votes.
are too pure to live longer with their own every that during a visit to our port some have a right to scrutinize the man(1(
office, nor yet that Radicalism which Did it ever occur to you how many precincts
..r 1 1a1 people, and; say they must come out from regards only the welfare of individuals, and there are in the country? how-many counties years ago, he became favorably impressedwith ner in which their agents have discharged th

; among them! And what _do they do when not of Florida-I say that we have determined in the State? We find there are thirty-. the ,suitability of this section of the their and
the the other element nine counties in Florida and trust to examine 1I1'1'
that neither ten
they conic out? To my mind they do as one nor precinctsto : South for settlers from his own country.The .
shall again control Florida or Florida's the county. See whether or not there carefully into the claims of those tel
r foolish a thing as one of those goody-goody Come with if five men l"in opinion then formed has since been
interests: [Applause.] ,us, you are four or each precinct who f.1,
rig r men'from North Georgia, who fell out with will. I tell you the .cat is advancingthat should vote, but do not. Some say it is so strengthened by a visit in person to the who are put forward to exercise ]]

That. State: because, forsooth, they would notfoU6w is going to carry this conservative element far,to the polls; some have private business; Scandinavian colony recently founded in their trusts for the future. tiv
] on to victory. You ,may get .on the some one pretext and some another. Al- pl
in his He fell out with the Polynesia. Capt. Christensen
him vagaries. and 'ride if will but whether has five such accompa- The Democratic in
car you ; you most every precinct say, men. party was m
;i, hi* neighbors because some of them would get on and ride, or whether you seek to Now, multiply that by the number of'pre- nied the last contingent of some four hundred diSI
;r : take a sly drink. Having fallen out with block the wheels, it will roll on the same, cincts in the State and you have the result. :selected emigrants to the far-off Sand- power in this State up to 1868. Our

d tho whole world, he- could find no relief except until it rides into the harbor of victory! And if five, 'or any other number each wich Islands, and although he found his taxes and our indebtedness as a
You may say, if you are so sure of vic- precinct are remiss in this .duty you will -
M by taking Ins life. He went out to the tory,why all this effort? Why travel around see it amounts to the great majority with countrymen doing fairly well and made State were then small. In the year

l stable to find a rope. He failed to find one, the country, through all the counties, urg- which we elected Governor Bloxham. Do very welcome, he considers, as do some of 1868 under the operation of the arbitrary -
t 1 i but found a mule-bridle. Then he threw ing the people to more zeal, more activity? you not see, then, how much depends upon the colonists, that the situation is too re- ,
I in order that we make the voter? reconstruction laws the Radical I
: answer may every
i the mule-bridle over a cross-beam of the mote. Thus, the voyage, though not a bad ,
r t ti victory the more complete; it is, my coun- My lady friends I am glad to see that
I stable, mounted a barrel, placed the bridle trymen, that this campaign shall forever you take an interest in the cause. I am one, lasted some three months and a half. party came into power in Flor-: i

i around his neck, kicked the barrel out from bury selfish Independentism, and at the proud to say that at all our meetings we Under these circumstances Capt. Christensen's ida. It remained in until ca!
I same time overwhelm irresponsible Radi- have been honored with the attendance of
under him, and there he hung. By chance memory naturally reverted to our sec-
? calism. We propose, if we can (and we will Florida women. This is ,an omen of vic January, 1877, a period of nine
: i i; neighbor passed by ,and spied him, saw tion, which he now revisits and in com- 1
do it if you, my countrymen, the good peo- tory. If we can be sure that the women are of the fac'
One of the best tests
: r f ;.. his situation and cut him down with his 'ple of Florida,_will !help us,) we propose to on our side, we can well believe that vic- pany with Mr. Curtis has been visiting years.

r ; pocket-knife: laid him on a pallet of straw carry this election with such a majority that tory will be on our side. [Applause.] Some various locations and making careful notes character_ of government is its financial I'W
r it shall be said that Florida is said "Let but make
d never again a one once me the songsof
fanned him with his hat until his breath of our industries, and the proximate profits
: condition.
doubtful State. It will be assured that Flor- the people, and r!care not who makes
came back. As be came back to conscious- ida shall be controlled by its conservative ; their Iaws. 1feellikesayingletmehavebut connected ,with each : the rates of wages, In 1868 the total indebtedness of pie

1. :'L ness he said "Oh, my neighbor, why did intelligence, in order that there may be no the women on my side:and I care not on both for outdoor and domestic help, etc.
i check to this influx of this increase': which side the for will Florida was about five hundred and
''! you cut me down? Had you but left me capital, men are, they soon The captain was especially pleased and
of of laborers this of val- I know not how it is
wages enhancing come over. here but
which 1
alone I would this time have been walking interested" with a visit paid to twenty-three thousand dollars
c t I, r t by ues but that in every particular we may add in Escambia county, when a wife says to our worthy ,
t! the golden streets of the New Jerusalem." to the prosperity and glory of our beloved her husband, "Do this," he does it; and I friend and citizen Mr. 'John Owens, whose amount included the bonds held by

j .'You would, would you? Well, a pretty State. [Applause.] We have no other pur- believe here in Nassau it is not very differ- vineyards on the, St. Mary's river producenot issued
the United States Government
Now wives be to 4
ent. ,
pose.The sure say to your
figure would cut walking the streets of only luscious fruit and delicious wine
you convention, when it convened in Pen- husbands, Go to the election," and have for of Indian hostilities. .
; the New Jerusalem with a blind-bridle on !" sacola made up of the representatives of them see that their neighbors go.' If he but are highly remunerative to their genial expenses 1..e

:.1. However. we may regard this young man this great conservative element of Florida, finds a man with no conveyance, have him owner. In fact, the visitors left the vine- In January, 1877, nine years after- .

t N :jt was claimed that lie was pure and immaculate declared certain principles and certain poli- take your horses and carriage, lift him 'in, yards and Mr. Owens hospitable roof with wards the debt had been increased a:
cies. It declared that the Democratic partywas and take him there. As.,an instance at ,
St and he was regarded b)y some as almost impressions the most agreeable, and with
in favor of a constitutional convention Sanderson, where they brought a poor para- under Radical rule to over three e
.. : u second Messiah. Does it not seem to you sixteen years ago, and the Republican party lytic, because he was anxious to see again information which we doubt not will prove
7 i that these young men have been almost. as wrested from you,my countrymen, the God- Democrats meet, how they talk how they valuable to some of intending emigrants. times the amount! or, to be exact, to 1tn

i foolish, when they have left their own kind given power of local self-government. They feel, and how they\-shout, sometimes. if Without prejudice, it may be said no one million, six hundred and fifty-ilco ti
took from you the power of electing your you find any who are not able to go to the
i; :f : -and kin because, as they charge, they are own officers, and left to you merely the rightto polls, carry them there. You do good not class of emigration from Europe should be thousand dollars, an increase of one

t' k'' too pure to longer stay with them, and elect a constable. Fetters were forged only to the party whose principles you ad- more cordially welcomed to our shores than million hundred and
a therefore they 1 have left them and allied upon our ankles. There is nothing Demo- vocate, but you do good to the men them- the very one with which Capt. Christensenis one thirty-two a'n
I 'J cratic in that Constitution which they forced selves. Say to the colored man. "If you thousand dollars or double the whole
themselves with the worst form of connected and interested in ;
very promoting,
I upon,us. There is nothing in it that a Dem- want to benefit yourselves,-we are indepen-
y t: 'r .Florida: Radicalism ? Do you think they ocrat should not abhor-I mean so far as it dent of yon, we can carry this log ourselvescome namely, that of the great Scandinavian ,race amount of indebtedness which had eh

H I : have found ,much more purity in,that contention takes from the people power not necessary and bear a hand in this thing." Beg inhabiting Norway, Sweden and Denmark. accrued from 1845 when the State i

which assembled in Gallie's Hall, for the good of the government. Now, on them only for their own good.I Hoping to hear more of the proposed move- ,
the 4th of November an opportunity will be see some young ladies here. They, of was admitted into the Union, up to
in Tallahassee? Were those men purer given you to break loose front those fetters, course having no husbands, but many ment, and wishing our friends every success,
ii than such an audience as I see assembled and throw off the yoke. Will you be true friends and masculine acquaintances, exert, we shall now merely wish them a very 1868, a period of twenty-three years;

i' before me here this evening? Often, as I to-this? Will' )'ou.be true to this as Demo- as my friend Mr. Long here, says, ""Good Speed./] a period which included the carry-
travel through these counties, and see the crats? If so, you will avail yourselves of more influence than those who have them.A .
is t intelligent men and fair and lovely women this opportunity to do so? You. can safely wife directs only her husband. There is Our County Schools.It ing on of Indian hostilities and tne .,

k 4r .assembled in these Democratic meetings, I vote to throw off those fetters. You may no young lady who cannot influence at will be seen from the figures elsewhere, establishment of all her State orga-
+. have thought to myself:' what would, these safely take back that power which was least three young men. Now, if that is the
i independents throughout the whole State wrested from you by the Republican party case, young ladies you should exercise that that nearly one-half of the levy made by nization.

a ;. give if they could find one-tenth of the in 1863, and.my friends, I want you to do influence over the three young men in be- the county commissioners for the year 1884is in-
jl f beauty and intelligence, and purity, to bid it for my sake. [Applause.]' half of the best interests of your State. Useit for the county schools. The estimate of What excuse is there for this

r, ; 1 S -God-speed to the cause in which they are You have nominated me as your Governor for the purpose of re-establishing those the school? board :for the ensuing scholastic crease ,of debt, and what has the
'1 unlisted ,in their travels throughout the and not your king, I have no kingly grand old Democratic principles which underlie -
:State in attendance upon their meetings, as 'ambition, though I do want to be your Gov- a good cause. Use it for the purposeof year was $8,650. Of this sum$2,750 was set State to show for it? None what-

w ,3; .; 1 upon our. [Applause.] Well, my friends, ernor, now that lam in the field. The restoring those principles in the controlof down for rent and construction, etc., leaving ever. During all this period taxes
'k ; they say they are Democrats good Dem- power invested in one man called Governorthe the federal government. I may also say, $6,000 for salaries of which sum $1,200 was
1' t'cr ti as we are. I don't want to contradictt'lent. power to appoint some twelve, or use it in behalf of Charlie Dougherty,whom, down for were increased four fold and the
set Fernandina.
'l: :' I presume, if they say so, they are. thirteen' hundred officers in this State, is I regret to say, in the midst of the campaign The balance is
i u.. 'Jhat reminds me of that campaign on the : greater than that of Queen Victoria. It is a to-day is l lying ill of 'a fever; but he has distributed over the schools of the county; rates of taxation became .so exces-

t P 1' Peninsula where the soldiers had been kept power that may place Florida,almost in.the friends ,who will not -allow his illness to the total number' of schools in Nassau be- sive that a very large number of
L'', upon' short rations; had had parched corn grasp of one man. I say take from me the cause him the loss of a single vote. ing 45. According to the made I
t for breakfast, for dinner parched corn, and responsibility of saying who shall be judge As I rode down to your beautiful beach, levy some- property owners 'owning unproductive -
." ;, com parched for supper. Wh cn they came : and county commissioner of Nassau county and saw the old ocean, I could not help thing over $5,000 will be ,raised by the lands were unable to.meet the
t<> caIsntething' it was natural they should want Take that power back, and, my friends, you thinking what an opportunity you have for county. a
more palatable than corn. So need not fear. These colored men will be establishing a good seaport and I wondered enormous taxation, allowed them to
one of the soldiers trolled off toward Richmond with you, and the time is not far distant. why it was that you have only eighteen feet For neat 5-
,and on the way found on the grounds Look into our sister State, Georgia. The of water, while we have twenty-five. I tel! A store,and dwelling on Centre street. be sold for taxes and abandoned )

of gentleman' some magnificent cherry colored men there since they have begun to you, deep water is a matter of great interest Apply" to J. A. ELLEBMAXX. them in despair. I If

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'::':""'::.:" -f.fL'; '::' .: ::: ,THE FLORIDA :MIRROR:' SEPTEMBER 6, 1884. .

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.salaries of the State officials I ,'... '..
The 1 ,'
increased about three fold and .,. .,. ;
were J & B-Y-OO': HARE
T. ::
xtravagarice: prevailed to such an 'r'l', ', ."'J. r. ,'' '. ;
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extent that the expenses constantly '11 j ;;"- "',;" ,," .
Jlii' NOW
exceeded the enormous ,amount of ./':}; RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF

taxes levied; resort was had to scrip, PAUL FUNKE'S .

which at one period went down to NEW II
cents upon 1 the dollar; the float
iJiz debt constantly l increased and ;

(rreenbacks and currency became unknown SPRING AND SUMMER.T. H

in ,the treasury. This was i DRY GOODS EMPORIUM I
; for exorbitant chargesupon I
an excuse t I GOODS .:
everything; purchased by the ++++++++++++++i-:+++++++++ +++++++-++-++-+++r-++-++-+++++ .

State, based upon the depreciated

fcrip, and naturally)jobbery of all CENTRE STREET Two DOORS FROM SECOND, KEW AND LATEST STYLES IX .

kinds followed. Scrip flooded the .

land: and the' State came to haveneither FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. DUES GOODS and SILKS II
credit nor money. In the :i .' -jT" .
meantime shrewd members of the JUST, RECEIVED AN IMMENSE STOCK OF :*". NUN VEILINGS, BUNTINGS, :

rin"floating formed debt i into:a plan State to bonds fund bearing this- Dress Goods Silks Satines Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods. .

of interest and _
a high rjite gath- -r i

ered up at l ll
of scrip. Atfuhding act was passedfirst LINE of the newest patterns.

of $350'000 at 7 per cent. interest SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices. .
and then of one million more at j f( ', Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and for 'style ,

at G per cent. Additional taxes of (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed. ?

nearly one-half per cent were leviedto Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the '
latest novelties. ,
Hamburg Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO .
the interest and to form a '
pay tom We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New :
sinking fund of this debt, so that A.. COMPLETE STOCK OF -iJ,. York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed. i
the Radical State "
when government
iii '.S Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing '. : ;:'
iras(placcd i 1877 the State tax -
amounted: 1 to. 1.25 cent per $100, a Gents'. Furnishing Goods;. r elsewhere." ___Special. orders.filled_inNe\y York: ..by. our readout tuycr. ,,_ -;: _

rate of twelve and a half mills,,which ." 3T. dfe: T. ] "'Y"JJ. : :), l '_ I',

with even larger county taxes made CLOTHING: : :: : : ; "" Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,' ,. 4 "i. '.;

the state and county tax levy over i.NEW YORK OFFICE 83 Walker St. }} FERNANDINA, FLA.:
three per cent. or equal to the BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, '.

of interest the Government .
]pays: on its bonds, so that practicallytjjc TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. ..'"

whole property of the State was T'Y
\ / :'
IwnJcd, to pay three per cent. Suchwas 1 .
the nadi management'of our := SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS '

Mate: affairs which led to the over- FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. :.:

throw of the Republican rule in -BY
aiiT jrfiiJj svtiji.O.jjrjf tiif*" **j i
Florida.: .,"

\\\'c\ }propose to consider in another PAUL FUNIF1V rl.-r.9a3'r' J ra.S .---_--_ .,,.> ,.. .:'"'

article the result of .seven years of i "'jnc, :,:., .. '"

Democratic rule from 1877 to 1884, r ,,I..!..l i,, "r '., <' ';
.,--. _,. .
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af irhich period; tho .State- l -hac]-r "

(tat) reduced1: one half a million of 0.'t "

dollars\ and the State tax reduced
trop,one dollar and twenty-five cents ,"

ili/all;j: the hundred dollars to forty SPRING AND SUMMER GOODMODS "

i ants.: These are incontrovertible
facts: : for our citizens to ponder over

when called upon to decide between -THE FINE STEAilSHIPS

placing\ in pov,cr:a debt-making and CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS.

extravagant Radical government or a Bic'e STATE OF TEXA8, 1,54,2 TON :
acht-hal'ifR': economical Democratic CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS. :

State administration.. wESTERN: TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.ONLY :


attached,on extensive Alachua yard-room street suitable and gardens for Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from th ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK ,,;
; a
large;; family or boarding-house. Possession Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash purchases THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville :
|can be given about August 1st. ? ,Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. "
enables us to offer our entire stock at such 'low .*"t" This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
Hong the bay; has eight rooms, large halls, F.- FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
iwaai: ,excellent well, etc. The traveling public are,offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
led bIrs. Fletcher, on Third street. for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
For terms, etc.,apply to We have. endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the ;
Jcmandiiia. May, | 1884. LAKE WEIR.
N0 'ICE. Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

AT \regular! meeting of the Board of freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to '
Public Instruction held R. W. SOUTHWICK, ..,
in ,
said Fl a.Boa August 13th, 1884, it was Fernandina agreed by, and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the FEllN ANDIN A; FLORIDA.Agent .
.rd that the public schools of Nassau C. H. MALLORY & CO., 'k
1 1un.ty.i n'rr1'will open on the first Monluiontl Pier 20 East River New York. 51-
October nest and continue five
I'lei't'; !!' AI\50, Jt was agreed that at our
I :Je?ul" meeting, which will be the [IMMENSE BA.BGA.INSI- > "
InetSinteraber'lith l | 1884 we will on hold GROCERIES PROVISIONS. SHIP CHANDLERY. ; ETC. :.

ISn! 1< meeting for the Purpose of ",",
Imr "ffT1101* who have not taught in ".
,thIs before.. Those who have taught to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of H. E. .DOTTERER
before and whose certificates
have endent eXpIred,it is Ordered that the Superin- INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
D- th* certificates. Therefore
would respectfully solicit the attention of MODE
cb Trusts 1 and patrons of the several BROTHERS !* .
'ndoo.2 Our comity to go to work at once -r --
\\'Ok without ceasing, in order thatfOYthuIg { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES Y} .
l'f' may be i Sil good order by the first -IN-
I ttKsot.hat Ml the schools can open -r
saute sad '' *
( run along smoothly 1
-ntil "
the full time expires. DRY [GOODS 'FANCY GOODS '".
Cc. mty Supt of Schools. ..,
sOth, 1S8ld

tTCIIER Boots Shoes Curtains .
Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.
:: DEALER,' :


'El ANDINA.. FLA. 100 PIECES:: : : = J
-'- ,1lJI'XWJJSG&S.: : : : .IFrn TEAS AND""COFTEES-" -
aMES ; w ]
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ffi : :
|achua Street,between Second andThinf, I ( ,

PERXA DIN A, ---.MO D E -"'''>- "" :
Orders and I FLA. : ------- BRO'S NEW Q.QP..sR" --Every teamel'qINA .

kstteud: est.to.males. from a distance cared ,, _.--.--- ,...' \\
25-tf 18-ly FERNANDIN.1.._... --- --- FIA.




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-. MIRROR SEPTEMBER 6,' 18841 _
_-,- '_
I '
The salaries of the State officials I Iwere .' ;; .' ,L "'- '

increased: about three fold,and ,', L' '. 'J ;
extravagance prevailed' to such an .. '. -',*".*(1 :!' 's.:/::'- ,.::' I! &> T- E"Y"OO

extent that the expenses constantly ,jt..' .. ,_, .
exceeded the enormous amount of ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF

taxes leviell 1; resort was had to scrip, PAUL FUiKE'SftRY .

which at one period went down to I NEW r

05 cents upon the dollar; the float- H'I _
!' i t i t 14-n M-M f.1 t *4i

greenbacks Inn debt) constantly,and currency increased became and unknown T SPRING AND SUMMER .- .

in the: treasury. This was 'I GOODS EMPORIUM I I

an excuse for exorbitant chargesupon i IGOODS

everything purchased by the ..I I I I''i I I I i I I I I I 1 J 1 I I I i .|rr [

State: based upon the depreciated :

;scrip, and naturally' jobbery of all CENTRE STREET, Two :DOORS FROM ,SECOND., KEIF AND LATEST STYLES IX "

kinds: follows.d. Scrip flooded the #

land: and the State came to have FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.;,.,: DRESS GOODS and SILKS,

neither credit nor money. In the .
meantime shrewd: members of the BUNTINGS,

ring formed debt into a plan State to bonds fund bearing thisfloating Dress Goods Silks Satines Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods. .

a l high rate of interest and: gath- .

ered up at low rates large quantitiesof FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings y
scrip. A funding act was passed FULL 'LINE of the newest patterns. .

first of $350,000 at 7 per cent. interest SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS, Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.

and then of one million more at: ., Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and'for style
at C per cent. Additional taxes of (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed.

nearly: one-half per cent. were leviedto Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.
Hamburg Edgings Gloves and Mitts.ALSO .
the interest and to form a ,
pay Be'V
are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New
sinking fund of this debt, so that A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' ,3;. York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
the Radical State
when governments S Call and examine our stock and prices before, off
dilamounted)laced, in 1877 the State tax sending or purchas-
Furnishing Goods ing elsewhere. Special l
... :
to 1.25 cent. per $100, a ---- : ------- -

rate of twelve and half: mills, which 1)'t : : : ,

with even larger county taxes made CLOTHING: :: : : Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., ;.

the state and county tax levy over J8 "NEW YORK OFFICE 83 Walker St. [} FERNANDINA, FLA. .: i
three per cent or equal to the. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, -

amount of interest .the Government
pays on its bonds, so that praqtically TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.

the( whole property of the State waskiuded .
/) to pay three per cent. Suchwas MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIPLINE '-
: the Radical management of our =: SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS _

Mite affairs which led to the over- FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

throw of the;: Republican rule in -35Y- : _-J"ie. ;.t;: _.. "
Florida. JefiL'.F"i: : :-ea Irv.s_ -
PAUL FUN.KE .<-", :
We 1uo1toss) to consider in another ___ { : .i.t'
.. rt ra -
article the result of seven,years of I"'r" ...-- -
}Democratic rule from 1877 to 1884 I, ,, }- ,.. .. '' .... '
:1.f > ;1'
: "
.. :_ =" -',....!...-_-. '-" :" ': ,. .'., : -
af which period -State-debt-Jind-- -- r-:: "" -" """ -' -- "

half of ,, .
H4n reduced one a million ; "{ "
dl\\ltrs\\: and the. State tax reduced
tralll, one i dollar and twenty-five cents

''Iililll l the hundred dollars to forty SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS t
cents.:; These: ::incontrovertible ble
facts for our citizens to ponder over
when called upon to decide between -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS

placing in power a debt-making and CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1.G8O T<)NS.
extravagant Radical government or a ]VIQIXE3:: :BIcD':: :: S STATE OF TEXAS, 1,312 TONS.
AeU-mving economical Democratic CA ONDELET, 1,508 TONS.
,f 1 State aJmillijration.FOEf WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.


extensive yard-room and gardens Have just received an entire new Stock in department from the
every ,
of the
attached: ,on Al:cl1Ua. street; suitable for a ONE above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
]large!,!family or l oarding-liouse. Possession Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash purchases THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville
raIl be given about August 1st. Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
enables us to offer our entire stock at such low'i This Line, having no Transfers between Fcmamliiia and New
ainjUhe bay; has eight rooms, large halls, f FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. a
Peas' ,excellent well, et<:. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
INby Mrs. Fletcher, on Third street. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and. thence by Steamers to all points on the ST..
For terms, ctc.{apply to have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
Jmumdina.I, :MJy 2, 1884." LAKE WEIR. :
11TOTICE.T Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For 3f

I A a regular meeting of the Board of freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
IjO.Public Instruction held in Fernandina, R. V. SOUTH'1'ICK, Agent, E
I paid 1.a.. August 13tl-i| 1884, it was agreed by and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. t'
|, Board that the public schools of Nassau
( C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
lay n-r'Plorida,will Pen'on the first Mon- Pier 20 East River.New York. 51-
In ,
,: October next and continue five
E: Sl Also it was agreed that at our
i day regular Meeting which will be on the JIJIJIENSE l BABGAIN'SIto | GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP> CHANDLERY; ETC.
tn, -of September, 1884, we will hold t
,""pination! meeting for the purpose of ..,'
,;."i"1'? teachers' who have not taught in ;
In!nthiscounlybefore nudst before- Those who have taught be had in Fernandina at the establishment. H. E. ."DOTTERER ,,'
and whose certificates
la\'c expired, it .,
is ordered that the '
their certificates. Therefore
would respectfully solicit''the attention of MODE
chnMSrees: and patrons of the several BROTHERSIN .
dooh I : of our county to go to work at once ,
\'er i Tk without ceasing: *in order that i FINE FAMILY GROCERIES I}
f t tttober.so that all the schools can open 1
same: time ,* *
'ntil the full time expires.run along smoothly DRY :GOODS FANCY GOODS Y

County Supt. of Schools.
20th 1S84-td


3!LTCHER AXD STOCK DEALER Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor( Oil Cloths.WE .

'l9tr STREET WHARF ,,,., I I, +-...-:. ., .:. >. .-
.. .
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J..\) ES ]JlcGIFFIN, \,,j'i:o-'.' ;' .';1 ,
,*TR ACTOR | WHCH WE OFFER AT IMM"Jl T"- ;:.. ... ,., -, '
AND BUILDER .. -'.. ....,,.., 1 . "
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ruua Street. ,between Second and ThirdFERSANpINAi 1 .,.. ::;: '":i-: \::;: ...rF '::-::' :: ,'."--1-r ,--. ';.;,'r ; .T'..,". : -7 : 'f. !",-.fJ',,-,, .:-t:,I'1 1 ;:
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OrJers and ',' 1i '- .. t:;_. ';-a
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*' 1\1\ ,F'; ._::GENER. L DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. t Assesstor of 1 arei-J. C. Matthews. LIBERTY. I HOLMES.

I ",.,, ..;.. County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of Jlivetttcc-\V\ F. 'Trantham, County Judge-M. J. Solomons. \ i! County Judge-A. II. Brownell.
7 '". '; 1' ;. United States Officers.f Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. Clerk-"". W. Jeter. j Clerk-T. H. Pitman.

I J.s ; t. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of Schools-)I. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hostbrd.Treasurer Sheriff Thomas N. :Ellis.
1 : .Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb San- Fort McCoy. -J. E. Roberts. Trea-rurn-Daniel: D. Gillis.
: ; ," I -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. .derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Ret'euue-Thos. P. Shuler. Collector of Revenue-William Tucker
"j a r' r Receiver-John F. Rollins! Gainesville, Collector of RCtenue-J. R. Herndon, San-. County Judge' -Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. SImler. 'l.Assessor of Taxes-J. Newton.
; r ; ...i:';, SurveJy or-General-Malaeht Martin, Talla- derson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. SuperintendelltofSchools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. I Superintendent of Schools-Whitnetl Cur

':' ;;.\' hassee. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. 'I ESCAMBIA. ; WASHINGTON. rr.'
:, :' DISTRICT COURT. Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes:-Walter C. Maloney: Jr.,
i'" ; County Jttdge-S. C. Shackelford. t County Judge Wm. B. Jones
: .: t. Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COU TY. Key West. -
Clerk-J. E.
Clerk-F. E.; de Rua. Skipper.
\ Jfxrffiol-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Providence. Collector of Ret'enue-Iason S. Moreno, f
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Sheriff-1 '. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff-E. P. Melvin.
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-t ffi M! i: ,Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.INTERNAL Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West.Superintendent. Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. I Trea.mrer-Thomas J. Miller

:,' REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key Collector of Revenue-Manuel 1 Palm s. I Collector of Ret.t'lwe-John Roche.
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?;, ,;: Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. J Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Assessor of Taxes-George Reese. I I Assessor of Taxes-George 'Y.Cook

: : .1 i COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. Superintendent of SclLOQls-S. M. Scarritt. I Superintendent of Be/Loots-D. II. IIorn.
; Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, :Fernan- I I
1 ;, ; John \\ Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintcndent. dina. WALTON. : CALHOCN.,,

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

; ',y' : John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. MeLwd.'Sheriff I Clerk-James S. Fannin.
: BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of'Taxes-Win. H.' Garland, Fer- J. Campbell. l ; : TreaSllrCI'-Jal1l1' ts. Bowers. TI'ensllrer-J. P. Richards.Collector .
'j County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina.
:: j t.'ClerkA.. Collector of Revenue Warren :F. Scott. Fer- Collector of Ret'enue-\\r. B. McLeod. : of Rel'cmle-Joel P.tkin'l
if j' i! A. Stewart Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. : Assessor of Taxes' John M. Bosh
I ; EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 0 Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. I Superintendent Schools :
of \\
: Tallahassee. Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- (co i. !f'oIU'ei!,
1' Goccrnor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- botham, Callahan., -
s' I ,i Lieutcnl.11tt-Go/"crlwr-Livingstou W. Beth- County Treasurce-Gustav Stark,' Fernan-
.Y+' 1 el, Key West. Collector of Relerme-D. W. McQuaig.. Bre- dina. THE OELEB'RATEDVVOOTON
..I p Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- vard County. PRSNGECOUNTY.
*.;i aw .1 t : lahassee.CjJtJtrollel'-'W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Scltools-)1. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando. JDESIxS)
Titusville. C7 Thos. J. Shine Orlando.
i TI'easltfer-IIenr A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. .
r -P. CLAY COUXT5T. Sheriff Thomas "". Shine, Orlando. .
1Ley-Gcneral-Gcorge.r. Raney, Ta.lla-
t 1 hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-; James' )L Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICI.lI'PLL1th

Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector. .
4 '4 ? r M; 1 Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston Green Cove Spring. of Revenue-A. )f. Hyer, Sanford.
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,Yo DcWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James
; t 1 Schools John T.,Beeks,
'kk Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of i EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
,'. : Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU : Assessor of TlXCs-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid.

t 1 j OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Ret.cnue-J. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY. r 1 -- WITH THEM.
Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judgc of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. _
'r (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
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;1. l'. sec. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Shally.
,, Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
W. M. Ives Jr. Lake
County Judge- ,
Astor No. S Flat
4 Special Agent-Columbus Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Why use Desks of ordinary

I Building, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. --- construction when, for slight

i' i SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. -" ---- rwrse_- additional cost you can Lave

I : Chief JL.ticc-E. 1 i. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. s =-- -- the benefit of
!1 ',' Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Scltook-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Q --- --.g.- -= oar improvements -
t Green B. Weaver ? Awkward closets and
y j see. Lake'City. Sheriff Perry.
't : Associate Justice-R. B..Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. ,,. fTMr- side drawers done away with

; t 'i i, i- Jacksonville. County Judge William A. :McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, w I 't w We substitute revolving
Clerk-( H. Foster, Tul1aha: e. sonville. Perry. ; I t I 1
I which
;' CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County1easurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. 4 r4I i swing with a slight

I First C'ircuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County SurtC1Jor-D. N. Cox, Perry. a j ; touch of the hand, and are
? f sacola. Assessor of Taxes--Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. r thus enabled to furnish double

t' 'j.I Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. ,I to ? I .r the space generally given on
Moses J. Brown d
Collector of Revenue- ,
;ti: see. JOHN'S COUNTY. ---'- --- --- Awl each side; and when cases are

ri ', Fourth Third Circuit-E.Circuit-James J. Vann M. ,Baker Madison., Jackson- Jacksonville.Superintendent of ScJiools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- ''' II. II = open, the whole] interior is

; sell Jacksonville. tine.ClerkBartolo flooded with light and aJf
; e, OJ'; F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
4 r Fifth Circuit Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Xo. 14 Low Down Roll Top portions readily reached with-

': 'I 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,ami applied to
I Sixth Circuit-H. L. :Mitchell, Tampa: Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper.
.' ; ; Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff-Sampson Altman, Jasper. Augustine.Collector of Ret'cnue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

t 4: i! ; Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

{ _' ': Court Calendar. Collector of Rttenue-'V. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE 'VTOOTON
Columbia County.Superintcndent St. Augustine.
: FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
Fall Term- Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY. Cabinet Office Secretary.The .

'' :,. -. Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg,

ro,. Walton, 4th Monday in October. County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. r.-+ : M
.1 Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Mondayin Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. I
; October. ville. C.. Brooksville. Assessor of\Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. = ? most spacious and elegant desk ever presented !
Olerk-J. Law
.. ..__ Washington, 2d Monday after 4th-Monday Sheri -J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Collector of'Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, R to the business public. One hundred :and t

--:;-- Jackson 3d"Monday afteF4tli "Monday'in* __n __.. or _",- -Sumterville.- uItii1rteriaaf ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
ville. .Rrlwnl.e-A-H.JIelven-
;..f October. ston, Sumterville. -'- lock and.key. Especially adapted for )Ier-
Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich Brooks- one
:t1 Escambia, 1st Monday in December. QI 'Bankers .
ville. tS"uWANEE COUNTY., chants.. :Manufacturers, Railroad Officials
This act amended section 2 of act of February >
: + .:' 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live I r and Professional Men generally.;
I. l Fort Dade. :: t
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,SIT, t ; Spring Term. Oak.ClerkRobert
A. Reid Live
Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. t
1 Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.
: a ,: Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of,Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn Wootoii Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS : ,
"'" i.' April.Madison. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,.
", :' Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa.
:' 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO., :

I J j! Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

1i. : Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.Superintendent. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
in April. of Scwols-'V.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.
r y ; i. Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- 1

e + a in April. JEFFERSON. prise.ClerkJohn. SEWING MACHINES.

,, f! : Lafayette: 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. W. Dickins, Enterprise.
6 "t i in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. .
I r= t : : i 1| Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen ., I

i. '' i ;.1:!, October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in. Monticello.Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove.Collector of Ret'cnue-P. N. Bryan, Glen .' -:. <' 1,j:.T: ..!:). :.: J THRUN4

c ;;Q: Madison, 2d Monday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau Mon- Cove.

i }' .: Hamilton, 4th :Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, I IY
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r ., Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th'MondayI Collector of Rctenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- Enterprise. "; $

I ,;i ,I in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. ... -,"' _
Columbia 3d after 4th : ., j'"
I f Monday Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. :
: ; October. keenah. Sheriff Charles( Alligood, Crawfordville.
: Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker,'Crawford ville. THE FLORIDA
; in October.
{i ,.. ,: FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
i Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town.
County Treasurer- W. Walker Craw rpOWN
Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin New Troy. I
: :; St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. fordville. -
: Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. '
Collector Revenue-H,. C. McMillan Craw-
t ,, d Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Fcriiamlimi, I
I IG Treasurer J. M. N. Peacock New '
i Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County ,
Assessor of Taxes-II. Hi Walker Craw-
: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on U. II. Line.
'; ; Duval,- 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue? -Adelbert S. Ackley,

,1{ ': Fall Term- Old Town. SANTA ROSA. Ami Cedar Key
''' .''1: St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. : Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain. t : Y

: 4'' .i a Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. 'New Troy. Clerk-H. R. Shepard.

". #1'' ; ;. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer Robert Robinson. I II
n Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rncntle'v. J. Williams. 3 nNr
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W.- J. Stephens. I [Offers to Lessees and Purchasers 'a large I

t, } Duval, Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.
t Superintendent of N.Felkel number of the most eligible and desirable e
J ;.4-', ; FIFTH CIRCUIT. Sc/wols-Henry; POLK. I

,; j Spring Tern- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. A. Fortner. ,_ I I I
Lots suitable for Business for
A y i:; : Sun t.er, 3d )Monday March. Treasurer-J. L.Demilly Tallahassee. .Clerk-S. J. Pearce. _. i. z: Purposes, or 7rfk.-
j "t: Marion, 4th :Monday in March. Collector of Pt.t'VcrLUC.. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff:...W.M. Bowen: : t
City Residences
':1, Putnam, 3d Tuesda.after 4th Monday in )\fissec. 7)casurer-F. F. Beville. .or Suburban .
r Assessor of Taxes-G. A..Croome, Tallahassee. ,.; .
r '! March. Collector of Ret'C1lUe-J. D. Filles. :''
t; r ; t Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes"". H. Johnson.; UPON EASY TERMS. I

: March. LEVY'COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.DADE. F .1y ? i I
; ; Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th )Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to .i
March. Sll.Criff-J. S. Parker Bronson.
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j' Fall Term- Assessor of Tares-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E.,Heyser. parties engaged- in manufacturing- 0 indus- JJ

: :. ; Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of. RCl'cmle-TI. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. : or,
j! :' ; Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff-JVrr M. Mattaur., rial i
t enterprises, who will erect on the
i ''.. i ; l>utnam.&lTuesday- November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. prop t

: I 1 Levy, 4 Tuesday in November. _' ha11Bronson.., Collector of Ret'crme-"m. H. Ben est. erty purchased substantial improvements -1 I

r' ,,.."" : i Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in1'overnber. MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. (:

., .;'r'. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON. .for residence, or in which to conduct their I S(

." l' .'Spring Term- son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell.' A
S. A. Parrimore business.: &?-
Sheriff Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. GT ::; R1'IGY 1
u. ;':' t' ; 'j Orange, 4th Monday; in January. Clerk-John)1. Madison rE .1
A Volusia, 3d in Beggs, Sheriff Andrew Scott. P IIOUTCF
: February. ai
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-:. .>. Brevard,1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Treasurer-James E. Hearu. INDUCEMENTS TO ,MANUFACTURERS P 'rIM EVER'

'," ". 1 Dade, 3d :Monday in April. ? Madison.. Collector of llez.'mtle-John 'B. Anderson. 03C a" INO
i e ', ,?I' i !' fall Term- County Treasurer-S.'S. Smith;' Madison. Assessor of Taxes"". B. Wynn. by exemption for a term of years from E

;; j Orange,2d Monday in August. ;:, Collector of RetenueB. D." .Wadsworth, Superintendent ofScJiooh-Samuel J. Erwin.FRANKLIN. .
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\- : ; : Volusia, 2d Monday in September. 'I' NrwR p t
Assessor Taxes-W. P.1hompson
I; < : :,' : Brevard, 4th Monday in September. ison. of Mad- towns. Apply to y
11 ; Dade 2d November. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. I
; _..'" ''.:,, :' ; -. MANATEE COUNTY.County Clerk-J; A. Atkins. CHAS. W. LEWIS 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK- J

i Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. \\\CAqO AN \.AN4'' a
r County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. TrcaUrer-R.H. Porter. Office;, cor. Beach &7th sts. ILL. O MASS.F GA- ti.

{ .:' ;i. ,i; ALACHUA. Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector oj Revenne-George .Patton.. FOR SALE BY J 1tl

/'; :', : County Judge-Jnnius C. Gardner, Gaines Assessor of Taxes -W. F. Parrish, Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. ., ,. ::: ; .
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.;. ville. town. Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks. "" / : : Wood, Wood. b

1't <::, -'.: I : Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gain esville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. i ; } :> ;: Having recently established a W'ood-Jl-ot: e.
Sheriff-S. C. Tucker Arredondo. Popash. >= with all 11
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', Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. ., ; .' near[ DuryeVs mill, provided
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Taxes-S. H. Superintendent Schools-Felix '
-f' tJiSessor of Wienges, Gaines- of : J. Seward, S. : .. necessary machinery for sawing and sphtt1J1 j .
:s.;, J'i. \ ,, Pine Level. Clerk-Henry Reeves. /;/ :\ '.krgtsa.: ;, c.
.., f'M -- -- .. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. FIRE-WOOD,
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Morgan. sawed
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if"': -- Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton :McPhaul. DOLLAR LOAD. I
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for oragainst a Convention and did therein RAILROADS '
OFJLECTION. provide and direct, that the Secretary of For information respecting routes rates' Arrive at Thomasville daily a t...... 4:56am
: State should incorporate, with the notice of, etc..apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Albany daily at.............11:30 a m
Singular the Sheriffs of the the General Electionto be held in the year TIME'CARD sonville.diva or to the Company's offices in Jack-. Arrive Montgomery daBat....... 7:57 am.:'
ToAll andNOTICE ; 1884 a notice of such recommendation, OF THE Arrive at New Orleans daily at......10:10 am. .
State of Florida: with. proper instructions as to the mode of FLORIDA RAILWAY Arrive at Nashville daily at_.......... 8:10 a m .
-rr\\\} YIC that I, JOHN L. CRAWFORD, compliance with such recommendation ; &SAYIGATI05. C 3 PAXY. FLORAL: of State, of the State! of Flor- Now, THEREFORE, notice of such recom- In Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m ,
4\: .:Secrete bcrvlttf V notify all and singular theihcriff mendation is hereby given and the following Effect,July ;)3th', ,1884.,( CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at.-......... 7:50 a m

do' of the several Counties of, the State instructions are hereby given as to the TRANSIT & PENINSULAR (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily'at............. 7:00 a m
Jf Florida that mode of compliance with.such recommendation Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on. this
: : KEY.) 1. No. 3. Train to Chattanooga'via Jesup. ;
t GESERA ELECTION First, Any elector desiring to vote at such (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Accom. Mail. ,Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesville
held in each County in Florida on election in favor of such 'a Convention, shall GOING. SOUTa. _Leave Jacksonville...... 8.30am 5.55 p m to Savannah. .
ill be nest succeeding the first Monday have written'or printed on the'same balloton Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 a m 8.03 p m Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
Tuesday Sorembtr!, A. D.''1884, the said Tuesday which thc'na'mes of the person'or A.M. Leave Baldwin............ 9.15am 7.45pm Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.
in the persons voted for for any office or offices at' Leave Fernandina................10.05 P.M.4.38 Lake City...........10.43am 11.04pm Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jackson-
being of November said election"are written or printed, and on Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.35 5.12 LiveOak...........11.35am 1.30pm vine to Savannah.
fourth day the same side thereof as such names are 'Arrive Callahan...............:.....11.20 6.14 "" Madison ;........... 1.07pm 3.45am Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to
For a Governor and Lieutenant-Governor written or printed, and not on the other Leave Callahan..:..................11.30 6.30 Monticello........ 1.40pm '5.30am' Louisville via Thomasville.A .
of of Florida, and for four Electorsof side, the words FpR A CONVENTION ;" Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05 Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.26 p m 8.14 a m Restaurant has been opened at Way-
Sent ipi Vice-president of the United and any elector desiring to vote against sucha P.M. Leave Tallahassee......... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m cross, and abundant time will be allowed : .
States; I Convention, shall,have' written or printedon Leave Brandy Branch..12.12 7.22 Quincy ......... .... 4.35 p m 10.30 a ill for meals by all passenger trains. -
For one Lcpresentative of the First Co nressional such ballot, on the tide thereof above Arrive Baldwin....................12.30 7.45 Arrive Chatta. River..;.. 5.45 p m 12.23 a m Connecting at Savannah with steamers by
; l District of Florida in the Forty- prescribed, "the AGAINST A CON- Leave Baldwin........................12.35 8.30 New York, Philadelphia Boston and Balti-
United States
ninth ConareSS ; VENTION. : Leave Maxville.................... 1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No.. No. 4. more.
For : Jli'prcsentative of the Second Second, The votes cast on, this'question Leave Highland.................... '1.22 i 9.27 Accom. Mail. Connecting at Charleston with steamers
0? esMonalfDistrict! of Florida l in the Forty.ninth shall be canvassed, and declaration and Leave Lawtey.......................... 1.37 9.47 LeaveChatt'chee River.10.30 a III 1.30 p m for New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Congress of the United. States. return thereof shall be made by the Inspectors Leave Temple's...................... 1.55 10.16 Quincy .............:11.5'). a III oJ.? 1- P nl Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
,4ildoil the same day a GeneralElec-: and by County Canvassing: Boards,and Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25 Arrive Tallahassee?......12.55 p m 4.50 p in and Steamship connections, and Baggage
tion will be held the State Canvassing Board, in the same Leave Thurston.............;..*.....2.32 10.44 Leave Tallahassee .......1.05 p m 5.20 p m Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
manner and at the same time as votes cast Arrive Waldo..............;......... 2.52 11.16 Monticello.?....... 1.40pm 6.30pm and sections secured at Company's office in
In the County of Escambia for a Senator for persons for offices at said election are A. M. Madison ............ 3.43pm: 9.55pm Astor's Building 84 Bay street and at Depot -
from the First Senatorial District; required by law to be canvassed,"declared Leave Waldo........-...:...;....:.... 3.00 1.00 Live Oak............ 5.02 p m 12.10 a m Ticket Office and on board People's
In the County of Jackson for a Senator 'and returned. Leave Gainesville............?...., 3.45 2.10 Lake City......... 6.04 p m 2.30 a m Line Steamers H. B.'PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE :
from the Th rd Senatorial District; The attention of the Sheriffs is called to Leave Arredondo................."..' 4.03 2.36 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.39pm 5.38am and JEXME LANE. -
tlieCoJitiesof Calhoun and Franklin the law requiring them to cause a notice of Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 Leave Baldwin............ 7.43 p m 6.20 a in JAS. L. TAYLOR,
foraSenatofiroin the Fifth Senatorial Dis- said election tObe, published in a newspaper Leave Archer........................ 430 3.17 Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.25pm 7.36am General Passenger Agent.
trict; printed theCountYand if there be no paper Leave Bronson.........:.........;.. 5.00 4.00 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will A. M. IVES, Agent.
In the Counties of Liberty and Waukullafora published in the County, they shall cause at Leave Otter Creek.................. 5.37 4.45 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays but
Senator from the Seventh Senatorial least five copies of this notice to be postedin Leave Rosewood ................... 6.10 5.30 will run :Mondays. ,
District; the most public places in the County. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 6.40 6.10 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
III the County of Jefferson for a Senator '. Is TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have here to Pensacola
GOING NOKTH. daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
the Ninth Senatorial District; unto set my hand and affixed theL.
from Jacksonville to .ESTA.nLIS
In the County of Hamilton for a Senatorfrom [ s.] Great Seal of the State"of Florida, at Day Pas. Nt Pas. 1" Take the Orleans daily. IED 187-5 '
the Eleventh Senatorial District; Tallahassee, the Capital, this, the I A.M. P.M. the NEW --
In the County of Alachua for a Senator twentieth day of August A. D. 1884. I Leave Cedar Key_...............:.. 7.35 7.50 Central and SHORT LINE via the' Florida
from the Thirteenth Senatorial District; JOHN L. CRAWFORD, : Leave Rosewood...............:.;.. 8.07 8.30 Western Division.
. In the County of Bradford for a Senator Secretary of State.J. Leave Otter Creek.......::........ 8.38 9.12 ST. -. DRUGS and MEDICINES
\ from the Fifteenth Senatorial District; A. ELLERMASS, Sheriff Nassau County. Leave Bronson:.......... ........... 9.15 10.00 MARK'S BRANCH.
t In the County of Putnam for a Senator Fernandina Fla., August 29, 188.t.40-td. Leave Archer ........................ 9.45 10.35 (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)
c the Seventeenth Senatorial District Leave Palmer .......................10.01 10.54 Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00am
from ;
. In the County of Marion for a Senator Leave Arredondo..10.15 11.11 Arrive Wakulla..................:......... 9.05 a m HORSEY & CO.
, the Nineteenth Senatorial District; SEA ISLAND ROUTE.GEORGIA Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.36 Arrive St. Mark's......................... 9.30am ,
d I from the Counties of Dade and Brevard for A. :M. Leave St. Mark's........................10.00 a. nl
" Senator In Iron the Twenty-first Senatorial Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.23 12.30 Arrive Wakulla.................... .........10.25am
" a District; I Leave Waldo.......................:..11.35 2.00 !, Arrive Tallahassee....!........,..........11.30 a m =I PHARMACISTSI I::;:
t In the County of Sumter for a 'a'Senatore AND FLORIDA Leave Thurston.....................11.56 2.30P. l'' '
the Twenty-third Senatorial District ; M. CONNECTIONS. -
e In the County of Walton for a Senator Leave Starke..........................12.30 2.47 Jacksonville. with Waycross Line for Centre '
e from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District; Inland Steamboat Co. Leave Temple's ....................12.37 2.57 all points North and East; with the Fernan- Street
'a In the Counties of Polk and Manatee fore Leave Lawtey.-....................12.58 3.23 dina Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
a:.Senator. from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial Leave Highland.................... 1.14 3.45 dina ;; and with Steamers\ for all points on FERN AND IX A, FLORIDA.
District; Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
9 In the County) of 'Volusia for a Senator NO HEAT-NO'! DUST! Arrive Baldwin ..............:...... 2.00 4.50 At 'Baldwin,with Florida Transit & Pen- KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
I from the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District; Leave 2.05 5.40 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- of FRESH and PURE FOR-
. lu/ the County of St. John's for a Senator -BUT- Leave Brandy Branch........:.. 2.25 6.00 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf,Ports. EIGN and DOMESTIC
I a fiwa the Thir )'.first :Senatorial:; District;'' Leave Dutton......................... 2.40 6.15 At Live Oak, with the. Savannah'Florida
On the saint day an election will be held A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.50 & Western'Railroad.
in the County of Madison for a Senator Leave Callahan......................" 3.18 7.10 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Drugs and Chemicals
irum the Tenth; Senatorial District, to fill Sea Islands.eu.A Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-
the vacancy: occasioned:: by the resignationof Arrive Fernandina................. 4.38 8.40 urdays.At Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
: W. lope, who was elected Senatorfor .- :5J" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
the term i)f four years, at the General Night Passenger' daily.PENINSULAR. cola & Atlantic Railroad Marianna, Pen- Proprietary and Fancy Goods, .
. Election held on thefirst_ Tuesday after the PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICED sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
first: Monday tf :November, A. D. 1882; DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, FINE TOILET ARTICLES
In the (County of Duval for a Senator -- and Northwest, and with all boats for Apa- .
._ from the Eighteenth Senatorial District, tofill (WALDO! TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.) lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula.
tile vacancy occasioned by the resigna- THE STEAMER GOING The Shortest. Quickest and Best Route to PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
'I'd tion of Jonathan C. Greeley, who was elector SOUTH.Dad Pas. M Pas. all points West.
Senator for tie term of four years at the P.M. A.M. Through .Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths IN GREAT VARIETY.1] ._
U'licral Election held! on the first Tuesday Leave Waldo................. 3.0012. Q .e ItJP401 aLComnln\" -- _
r. after the of XO-VGmlwp-A..D.- -LeavNix '.........................,.:.. .. 1. 0 and at (' corner of Bay ,
",i I. 18S2 firstlMonday Leave Hawthorne............. ... 3.37 1.33 and Hogan, Jacksonville 23* Physicians' Prescriptions
In; the County of Monroe for a Senator JJJJJ Leave Lochloosa..................... 3.57 2.03 A. O. MAcDONELL,
from the Twenty-fourth Senatorial District .... Leave Orange Lake.............-.: 4.21 2.33 Gen' Ticket and'Pass.Agent, carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
tofu l a vacancy occasioned by the resignation IJ Leave Sparr's.................... .... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina, Fla.C. reasonable prices.
of George W. Allen, who was elected ST. NICHOLAS Leave Anthony Place.........di 4.51 3.08 W. MAXWELL, -
Senator for the term of four years, at the Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.31 3.35 Master of Transportation, CURTIS fe CO.
FERNANDINA EVERY MON- Leave 5.45 4.00 Baldwin Fla. .
General election held on the first Tuesday LEAVES .
.. after the fin Monday of November, A. D. Friday mornings. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 D. E. MAXWELL,
I 18S2. Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09 General Superintendent REAL AGENTS,
\d in each of the respective Counties Lincoln street, every Sunday and Thursday Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 Fernandina Fla. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA
or the State a General Election for its con- mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10

- stitutional number of Members of the Gen- For Regular and Special Excursion TicketsTO GOING NORTH. ,Savannah, Florida and Western Loans effected.procured, Mortgages negotiated Exchanges -
eral Assembly!: to-wit A.:M. P. M.
Escambia County three Leave Leesburg...................... 6.50 6.00 RAILWAY.WAYCROSS Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
Santa Rosa County two;; Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico:: Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
Walton County two Leave Oxford......................... 7.33 7.17 SHORT LINE.All acres, for sale.
Holmes County one;; applv to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 N. B._"St. Mary's having been selectedas
Washington; County one; and Bryan streets, Savannah. Leave Ocala........................... 8.30 8.42 trains of this road are run by Central the terminus of the Atlantic& Mississippi
Franklin County one; Brunswick passengers either way will be Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 I ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes Canal (under the survey made for Govern-
Calhoun County one; transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. 'Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 slower than Jacksonville time.ON ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
Jackson County three; Freight not signed for 24 hours after arrival Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.45 construction of which having been grantedby
Libertv County one ; will be at risk of consignee.F. Leave Orange Lake.. ................ 9.40 10.08 and after Sunday, May 11, 1884, Pas- the United States Government and the
,e Wakulla County one; W. SIMMONS, Agent, Leave Lochloosa..10.02 10.45 Trains will leave and arrive as Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
Gadsden County three; Fernandina, Fla. Leave Hawthorne..10.23 11.15 follows: increase in the value of adjacent lands may

s Leon County four; WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.' be confidently looked for." (See New'York
J. Jefferson County four; Savannah, Ga. A.M. ,Leave Jacksonville daily at.......... 8:30 a m Sun. ,27-3-83.) :..tL.E d
Madison County three; J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. Arrive Waldo... ....' ............11.05 12.1533Day Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:15 a 111 : -'
Taylor County one; Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 9:15 a m I NEW,CHEAP.AHD GOOD. ffcNGINES .
Hamilton County two ; In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Night' Passenger daily.F. Arrive at Wayoross daily at..11:01 a m
Suwannee County two ; Circuit, Nassau County, Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 3:17 p m BOILERS
Lafayette County one; Florida. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 5:10 p m ,
Columbia County three; Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 5:18 p m I NEW AND
Alachua County four ; JANE M. MOORE, (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) ,Arrive at Pensacola daily at..11:45 p m
Levy County two; vs. }} DIVORCE. GOING SOUTH. Arrive Mobile daily at............... 4:45 a m
Bradford County two : BERNIAH MOORE. J Leave Fernandina....................... 7.30 a. m. Arrive at New Orleans daily at......10:10 a m Combined Orange Box qpd Shingle Machine
Clay County one T APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVITfiled Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa Eagle Gin, Saw Mill. Planers, Betaw, &0
Baker County one; ; that Berniah Moore, the defendant, Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 9.10a.m. cola and,Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa- Catalogue and Prices before t n n R.

Nassau; County two ; resides beyond the limits of the State of GOING NORTH. cola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas. ,all trans- RiND &DU6ANMACH'Y CO
Duval County four; Florida, so that ordinary process cannot be Leave Jacksonville..................... 5.00p.m. Mississippi points. Pullman Buffet and ,
St. John's County two ; served upon him; now, therefore, it is or- Leave Hart's Road....................? 6.04 p. m. Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI, a
Volusia County one ; dered that a hearing be had upon the facts Arrive Fernandina..................... 6.40p.m. Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.FAST (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.)
Orange County two ; charged in complainant's bill of complaint, JPi1"" Trains daily except Sunday. MAIL.

putna County two ; filed in above stated cause, on the first Mon- SUNDAY 'Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 2:30 p m
Mariofi County two ; day in October next. EXCURSION.A..M. P. M. Arrive at Jacksonville daila at...... 2:10 p m
Sumtejr County two ; JAMES M. BAKER, Judge. Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily at.-......... 3:10 p m PATENTS p
Hernando County two ; June 20th, 1884. 31-3m Arrive Fernandina...............10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at-......... 5:05: p m'
IIillsborough County two ; Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 6:35 p m MUNN & CO., of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN continue
.I. Polk County one, Notice of Letters or Administration. -"i Arrive Jacksonville......-........ 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m to, Copyrights act as Solicitors for the for Patents United States.Caveats Granada TradeMarks. .
Manatee County one; Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m England, l , Hade County one; ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : CONNECTIONS. Arrive at Washington,D.C.daily at11:00'p m Patents, sent free. ThirtYIIEven"pars'experlence.
TO Patents obtained through MUNN& CO. noticedIn
J l>rcval County one ; The heirs, representatives, and all per- Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m the SCIENTIFIC AMEBICAN. the largest are best,and
Monrtlj County two. sons interested, are cited to show cause, if AT FERNANDINA, FLA., Connecting at Waycross with Through; most widely circulated scientific paper. 13.20 a year."
And on the same day there will be held any they can, before' the County Judge of With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room Weekly.formation.Splendid Specimen engravings copy of the and Scientific interesting A mer-in-
ill each County of the State a general election Nassau county, Fla., on or before the first ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Sleeping Cars, Waycross to New York with- lean sent free. Address MUNN&CO, SciEKimcAMXBICAN
for Constables each County being allowed day of September, 1884, why letters of ad- for New York on Thursday: out change. { Office 261 Broadway, New x ork.
and entitled' to one Constable for ministration should not be issued from the With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

J every. two hundred registered voters in the County Court of Nassau county to Charles and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonuille daily at-......... 5:30 p m PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor
county : provided however that no County W. Lewis, of Fernandina. Fla., upon the CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 9:00 a m for improvements in old
shall have more, than twelve Constables; estate of E. LeRoy Jones, deceased. and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at.?......... 6:20 p m ones. Caveats Infringements, Trade-Marks
y vet that each County shall be entitled to at Witness my hand as Judge, and the seal and all points North and West daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at-.......... 9:00 p m and ,,all patent business promptly attendedto.
east ttwo Constables regardless of the of said ,court, this 16th day of July A. D. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 6.15 p m INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
"amber of registered voters. 1884. H. J. BAKER, BALDWIN, FLA., Leave Newnansville daily Bt........ 6:57 p m REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
} '>!HEaEAs, Legislature: of the State of Gw County Judge, Nassau County. To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Leave New Branford daily at-...... 8:20 p m ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat
orlda of A. 1). 1881, did determine by a and all points South, West, and Northwest, Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.48 p m ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
to vote of a majority of all the members elected FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER daily. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............12:10 a m NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
.11 r I each of the Houses thereof, that it is AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at Albany daily at.............. 2:25 a m ents in less time than those who are remote
""I iccessary to cause a revision of the entire FOR SALE CHEAP : To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Arrive Jesup daily at................11:05 p mArrive'at Washington.
Constitution! (/ said State, and did enter WILDWOOD. Macon daily at............... 7:00 a in When Inventors send model or sketch, t
such aptenuinlition upon: their respective EDGINGS AND SLABS, With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:25 p m we make search in the Patent Office, and a
4 Journals nd witlj the yeas" and nays thereon, 10 cents per load. and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT .. Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:50 p m advise as to its patentability free of charge,
t be did refer 'the same to the Legislature ROUGH LUMBER, CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Nashville daily at-......... 1:25 a m Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
Ia islat I next to be chosen ; and,. whereas, the From $5 to $16 per M ft., With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:50 a m able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
ore of ,said State then next chosen ...... 7:00 IS OBTAINED.We .
West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at- a m
tWit; The! Legislature of A D. 1883, did, DRESSED LUMBER according to quality. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West andHavana Arrive Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m refer by: permission to the City Post-
ark each a ulajoritof the members elected to every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p m master, and to the Superintendent of the
$12 to $20 M. feet. '
the house thereof, agree to such proposed per every Saturday.With Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:30 a m Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash '
ilk of ret'isioi I IS'33' j Q111t 1t'hete..u; the said Legislature Orders by Telephone promptly attended to Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m ington., For special references circular,ser- .
OIlHllel1d Ud<< b\r resohjtioll 1 duly. passed re- WILLIAM B. C, DURYEE, for and from Key West Monday and Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m vice, terms, etc., addressC.
sir the to the electors of the next election Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Washington daily at..10:25 a m A. SNOW & CO., ". -
loel.re- members of the Legislature to vote Office foot Centre Street. 8 and Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m Opp-Patent Office Washington,D'C. 2t

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4 THE FLORIDA MIRROR. ,Anniversary of the Great Fire.It the'world, past and present. Education For Collector of lCe1..'ntle. I $250 Reward.

::31W i was,just a year ago last Monday that leads men in channels of thoughts that familiarize The friends of Mr. WARREN F. SCOTT beg The citizens of Fernandina will I :
them'with the sciences by which to present his name for t the consideration of ,reward of two hundred and fifty dollar pay ra
:'t'' { It.uo A YEAR 7.00 FOR SIX MOXTIIS the great fire occurred which i laid in ashes, they become acquainted with the hidden the Democratic voters of Nassau county for the arrest, with I evidence 1 to convict. ?mr

the, entire business block'on the south side forces of nature, and enable;: them to turn re-election. Mr.[ Scott as is well known, fiend who perpetrated the heinous outm the,,

;. t ; ,' of Centre'street, between Second and Third. those forces to the practical purposes of life has been a good!: and faithful officer and if on the night of August 9th, 1884, upon th'

Icy t I, ;, Reflection When we take, a retrospective view it. cer- and it,prepares men for acquiring a knowl- elected will serve .with the same fidelity to person of an aged resident.G. .
Ii lledge of those duties and responsibilities of the people that he has done heretofore.For W. SCIICYLER. J. p.
J v" m'c ; Mrs. Thos. Kydd left for New York this tainly cannot be denied that the handsome citizenship which makes them useful mem- t For the t
,i1; ; "z ;: j 1 r week. brick structures either already built and occupied bers of the body politic. For those reasons Sheriff. Fernandina, Fla.. August 14. ISH"' *

;. t i Modes new brick store is to be delivered or those nearly finished are a vaseimprovement our educational Representatives should,be men of some I hereby present myself to the Democratsas -

F d '; by the contractor in four weeks. not alone as regards the ap- "I submit qualification.the foregoing to the calm and a candidate for Sheriff and respectfullysolicit MERCHANT TAILOR.

1- ; : '\ The front of Modes new store now going pearance, but also as regards: the greater impartial consideration of the voters of Fas-, their,pliort. CHAS. W. CONE.,

.. i i up, will be the handsomest in'the city. safety against fire. The buildings alone san county. R. G. McQUITTY

t i ; now occupying those sites do not cost, Yours most respectfully M.J.TAYLOR. For Sheriff. Has his business
: I R. W. Southwick, the agent of the Mallory remqved to the rooms
less than $60,000. The losses sustained in I announce myself a candidate: for Sheriffof the New York Bakery on Centre
s "' ;, i Line, will return from New York'next 1883 will in a few"years' time be wiped out Range, of. TJiertnometer Nassau County, and ask for the votes of He has received an assortment of seasonable street
week. FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, all the Democrats. goods for gentlemen's wear and is
t i by the enhanced value of the property.The BURT G. DIAL Prepare
UORSKY'S DRUG STORE. to make them to suit all
: 1 The State'of Texas brought 170 tons more up tastes: in the
t 1
Callahan Fla., August 26, 1884. best style.
; ; 'f iron for the New Orleans street railway Tax Levy for 1884. -- .
I J-Repairing done.
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1\i\ company. The Board of County Commissioners at I :::. C'1 .: .0'::.. ,Wind For Sheriff.The Fernandina. Fla., July 12, 1884.

: ,,':., : ,;' The J/trror this week publishes the firststenographic '' ,their meeting on Wednesday last fixed the I It- .a iM 0 undersigned announces himself as'a --

t i'I report of one of Gen. Perry's 'tax rate for the year 1884. The total valua- :Saturday; Aug., 30 78 87 85 844 S.E. asks candidate the support for Sheriff of the of Democratic Nassau County voters, and of GOTO-

< ',} i ii: campaign speeches. tion of real and personal property in the Sunday ..............31 79 86 84 841 S.E. the county at the coming election

i county is $1,755,000 decrease of some Monday, Sept..... 1 78 85' 83 S.E. J. A. ELLERMANN.Fernandina .
:;"I'I! Mrs Dr. Snyder and Miss\ Bertie Simpson Tuesday............ 2 80 86 185 I 85 N.E. Fla. 29
occasioned lower valuation August 1884.
J P '} I were passengers by the State of Texas for $104,000 by a 'Vednesday........ 3 80 87 87 83 N.E. ,

'tb 'i j 1 New York this, week. placed,upon railroad property by the,Comp- Th.ursday'.......... 4 Z918 85 841 S.E. Miss L. G. Watson PRESCOTT3ESTABLISHED
'., I troller and the fire of last year on Centre FrIday..............:01 5 85 S.E.
Will Select
::, 'i A large mass meeting of Democrats was open a School for young girls
":k 1 street. The tax levy for county purposes is and children Wednesday, September 17,
held at Callahan Wednesday noon. It was
1884 in the house Centre street
'as. follows: MARINE.Port ., on corner
'I'I attended by nearly three hundred people. Seventh. Terms liberal.
County tax proper..4 mills
t Miss Watson will also take classes in Dec-
1 .t I The Democratic demonstration here on School tax..3 of Fernandina. orative HOUSE
and fund .....1 Painting. Embroidery, etc.
; ( Wednesday evening was an unpleasant sur sinking HIGH WATER. ,
( : ; Road tax....................... i -81 mills. I : Rev. 0. Thackara, Mr. S. FORSHOES.
t'I, ,, felt State tax proper..............3 I Saturday, Sept. G...... 8:39: A.u. 8:55: p. M. A. Swann Mr. H. E. Dotterer. Judge C. V. -

,''1',; ,, I sore ever since. School tax........:..............1 -4 mills. Sunday, 7...... 9:21: 9:38: h. Hillyer, Major\ E. A. McWhorter. "
'\ I Monday, 810.04 10:21
/, : There was quite a good sprinkling of intelligent Tuesday, 9.1048: : 11:08: Passa Lawns
-- : ; Total County and State........... 121 mills. .
'; : colored men at the mass meeting Wednesday, 10..11:39.: 0:00' h Five cents a yard to=day only. at
Last the State levy was......... 5 h .
year "
.. 0:37
... 0:03
:, oh Wednesday evening last who listened County...................................... 9 Thursday Friday 11.12...... 1:04.: 1:40": 37 MODE BRO'S. -

.;t 1 attentively to General Perry's speech. JUST RECEIVED AT
Total................................... 14 mills. ENTERED.
,t I !: Amongst the audience present to hear 31-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan-
Showing a reduction in 1884 of 11 mills, or Aug.
1: ,' i! General Perry, were several gentlemen from $1.50 thousand. nah ; with' passengers, to F. W. The Uptown Clothing House
per _
f i the county and St. Mary's, who expressed Simmons agent ,
31-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel, from
c 'I I I their' admiration for Florida's next Governor.' Caught in the Act. Charleston. CORNER OF SIXTH AND ASH STREETS,

,;', {i Gen. Perry took occasion to remark; after Sept. 1-S. S. City'' of Palatka, Vogel, from
; the meeting on Wednesday evening thatwhile
: I OF SOME OF OUR YOUNG MEN. 2-S. S. State of Texas. John Risk, ,
ti ", he had talked to larger audiences, he New York ; freight CONSISTING
i 1,542 tons OF: A FULL LINE OF-
t '. A never had done so to a more intelligent and. : The store of J. Meddaugh was broken and passengers to R W South- .

;i i appreciative one. ,v into on Thursday 'evening last, about half- 1 wick agent MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
I past nine o'clock, and would have been, 3-S. S. City of Palatka Vogel, from ,
The stenographic report of Gen. Perry's
1 Charleston.
robbed but for the action of some of Gents'
Goods Umbrellas
't ,: j 1 speech was taken for the Mirror by Mr.,J.A. 3-S. P. St. Nicholas. Usina Savan- Furnishing etc.,

: / t 1 Brooks and Messrs. Robinson and Duffy, our young men. Mr. Rabb; the manager of nah ; with passengers, to F. W. Which I WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IX THE

{ ,i j stenographers of' the Florida Railway & Palmer Bro's drug store, sleeps over the 4-Bark Simmons Duchess, agent.of Lancaster. Clem- CITY. ''Give me.a call before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the place:
which the building occupiedby
store adjoins
i Navigation Company. Mr., Meddaugh. He was in the act of ents; ballast, to master, Buenos n THE UPTOWN CLOTHING HOUSE W. J. LOHMAN.

;d ,. ( I! Handsome bouquets of flowers were presented he heard unusual sound Avres.- I
"F retiring when an 5-S. S. City of Palatka Vogel, from
't t to Gen. Perry by Misses Gertie Van as of breaking glass. The moon was shining Jacksonville and Palatka. I

,1 .. .i Giesen. Katie McDonell, Amelia Stark and brightly, and on looking out of his windowhe CLEARED.

{. 't (, Katie Lefi1s, amidst the cheering of the audience saw somebody entering at the rear win- Aug. 31-S. S. City of Palatka, Vogel to

; ; ; on Wednesday evening last. Jacksonville and Palatka.
'dow of Meddaugh's store. He immediatelywent
30-Sch. Edwin A. Gaskill, Wilson, SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS !
,I Paul Funke has placed a new and handsome for assistance, finding a number of New York; lumber, by Payne, '

,;j : sign over: his new Dry Goods Emporium young men in Steil's billiard room. Senti- Cook & Co. ; rh

t so that he'who: runs may read that nels were posted both in the rear and front 30-Sch.Amelia P.Schmidt Pashley, GOQ TVJ3HAVE: JUST RECEIVED :

:.j. be secured in to New York; lumber, by Payne, h
i l within can as good bargains of the store, and the burglar commanded Cook & Co.

si the Dry Goods line as anywhere else in the come out. Evidently thinking,that discre- Sept. 1-S. P.- St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah r fIII"III A full and complete assortment of \wi

I city. tion was ,the ,better part of valor, and that ; with passengers, by F. W. 00rn

the Cleveland and resistance was useless, he came out and was Simmons,agent. e_
: The'arrangements by 1-S. S.City, of Palatka, Vogel, to GARDEN and FIELD, SEEDS
"' f ,. t, .:. ,l'erry.Club for the mass meeting::, had been arrested. He proved to be colored' man, Charleston. ,
1, <," ; made so carefully and'complete that no" named 3Im-Eongrwno: came nere-aoiue tell ""-" 1-'n rig ,Joni, UrlgtiUiiaiiYcaton.Deraerara --

i' f" hitch occurred anywhere, notwithstanding days ago:.from Wildwood. When arrestedhe ; lumber, by 'Mizell -. IN BULK AND''IX PAPERS, 00

I it was one of the biggest Democratic demonstrations stated that he had other accomplices one Bros. ? .
3-S. S.- City of Palatka, Vogel, to Which we offer ,;
; ( i t t ever witnessed here. '
colored man of this city, who 44 4-S. S. State of Texas, John Risk
a ,
'r t I Carrio moved his cigar store and manu- d

',.''store.t ti ; bears a bad reputation, and Lewis Jackson, and 1,542 passengers tons New,by York R.W.: South-freight At Prices LOWER than the Praters.EKED 05WHOLESALE

.a !" leased by him of Mr. Stark. Mr. Stark has a North Carolina negro, who has been in the wick, agent. rn e_

1' I all his four stores on Centre street 'rented city some two weeks. Long was carried to 5-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina Savan-

,l now the remaining one will be occupied as jail by the young men, and the other two nah; with passengers, by F.W.

;i ,1. ,. ,. I men were arrested by the police yesterday Simmons agent. W. HOYT & CO
., a store Mrs. Stark .
; i I millinery by shortly. had 5-S. S. ,City of Palatka, Vogel, to 00
morning. A preliminary hearing was
'i l ;, : Gen. Perry and party expressed, their Charleston. r
t before Justice Schuyler, and Long was held 5-Sch. David W. Hunt, Baker. Phil- OQfl SECOND ST.. ABOVE CENTRE,
; that their made it impossible
7 regret engagements -
-r t t in the sum of $500 for his appearance at the adelphia; lumber by J.C. Read. "',j
; ai 1 ._ } for them to stop over a day on .next Circuit Court. Bryant and Jackson 6-Schr., 'John J. Taylor Mumford ra FERNANDINA FLORIDA.I-
,1 : oar beautiful island, which they thought Laguayra, Venezuela; lumber, by r.-, .
were also held in the sum of $250. All Payne Cook & Co. 00
they would have enjoyed exceedingly, after
;! r. went to jail except Bryant, Sam Petty, the IN PORT. CO N
': 1 1 their laborious canvass. '
t ; I manager of the colored forces of the customhouse Bark Duchess of Lancaster Clements.. SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS 1!

i. '' i : No disturbance of any kind marred the I wing, going his bail. Sch. J. J. Taylor, :Mumford.
: r Democratic' demonstration on Wednesday

', ,;} evening. :Mayor Pope had ordered his whole Died, In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial :: .

} : ,; ; : available police force on duty, to prevent At Coneville Nassau county near Fernan- Circuit, Nassau County, Fla. \ "'

.. : any possible disturbance, but, to the credit dina, of apoplexy, on the morning of the LettieMiller 1 !
I 24th ult. Miss SARAH J.,TIMANUS sister of Notice of -
r f of our colored people be it said, their ser- vs. r
f vices were not necessary Mrs.,E. T. Roux, of this place. John H. Boynton, doing busattachment.. AND RETAIL.
iness under the and Amount
The deceased had been in ill health for name ,
+ t ; The Mallory steamship State of Texas style of John Boynton's sworn to$400
It M ." some time ; a change was ordered by her Son.
y which sailed foY New York on Thursday
$ physician, and with the firm belief of her .---rVvsA- a
above named defendant, John H. -
ti, last carried the
evening following 310
k cargo_ '
"t ; I 'relatives and friends that it would be of of the City of New York, do-
bbls. rosin 48 bbls. spirits, 41 bbls. oil 337
benefit, it was made. After a temporaryimprovement ing business under ,the name and style of
cases cedar, 1,790 sacks cotton seed 15 sacks "-which flattered those who John Boy nton's Son,, is hereby notified to,
sawdust 43 cans shrimps 20 boxes sundries enter his appearance in and to the above
1 loved her God fit to take her to Him-
..' :'l : 54 boxes merchandise. saw entitled attachment suit commenced against
".\ i self. "Blessed are the pure in heart, for him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before

,,c. i : Quite a curiosity can be seen in the garden they shall see God." e the first' Monday in January, 1S85, and toplead
I demur to the declaration filed in
S 1 r .1", of Mr. G. Stark) at his former residence or
said cause on or before the first Monday: in'
t y' ;. I on Alachua street, in the shape of date Taylor Accepts. February 1885. or judgment by default will

t w{ ( in full FEUNANPINA FLA. 'Sept.. 2 1884.1Io11. be entered against
:< ::. palm pJxcnix dactylifera) bearing. you.
I i : Tlfe palm was planted b)' him from the seed Paul Francis, and others President of the II. J. BAKER.
\ ." Independent Republican Club: Attorney for Plaintiff above suit;
t C : Q' n ome: fifteen years since, and is the first one DEAR SIR:-I have been officially informedof J. A. EDWAliDS, Clerk Circuit Court.

N t ;, (o. bear fruit in this section., Tile tree has my nomination as a candidate to the Fernandina,,:Fla,, September 6, 1884.

; !, several large clusters of the fruit. Legislature of this county-as,an independ'cut -
h l ; candidate,- against the rules of bossism In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial -
91 "
( :r} /, : "Take some other man's wife was the and self-constituted leaders.' After considering Circuit, iu and for the

::' suggestive reply! made by a friend to a prominent i the matter fully, myself and consulting County or Nassau, Florida,

merchant on Wednesday e.ening"ho I friends, I have concluded to accept the Josiah Hi, Prescott \
nomination that of theRepublicanvoters
believing a majority
.:' > on being asked whether he would take vs. I notice of
not satisfied with the
1, ; .i)." iris better half to the Democratic }meeting, men who have been are imposed upon them by John II.Boynton doing busAttachment.} .

..1- it; replied that she had'gone North for tho balance methods too well known to'need any argument iness under the name and [ Amount
style, of John Boynton's I Sworn to
;!a. i lJ:> of the summer. .It was evident thefriend's .' Son. J 1000.
I am a Republican that accepts and en-
""t ;/, patriotism got the better of his above named defendant John II. _" ,- I.T '' ,-_:-' ., ..... _
ta+, prudence. dorses the principles of the Republican party, npHB ..;JI,': 1: ii -- .;._ _
.l .. >., It is useless to say the advice was as adopted in its National Convention platform JL Boynton, of the City of New York; doing --:;;r.'r. = :

:. .:," not acted on. ,and adhere strictly to the principles of business under the name and style of
., : a Government of the people, for the people, John Boynton's Son is hereby,notified to
4 d' t I A Card. and by the people. 'I believe that no man enter his appearance in and to the above en- .&.0 Be> 9

r 1; '::r: I desire to thank :Mr. Rabb and the should be elected as.a member of the Legis- titled attachment suit commenced against
; ': who so kindly assisted him in gentleman the ture or the Congress of the United States him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott. DEALER IN
: ', ,, who does not represent his'whole constitu- Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday\ in
;'k <; arrest of the thieves who' broke into
:\, : husband's store during Thursday night. my ency but rather_a selected few. I am January, 18S5 and to plead or demur to the FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES,
; declaration filed therein before the ,
on or
: MBS. F. A. MEDDAUGII. against the dictation of Federal officials in
"' I main how shall vote and the first Monday\ in February, 1885, or judgment,
the as.to we
.-.te ;: j Fcrnandina Fla., Sept. 5, 1884.j Hay and Grain Ship Stores
j '" ; men we shall vote for. Public officials are will be entered, against him by default.H. ,
,- i" ; not the Bosses of the people but rather J. BAKER ""
j Memoryof their servants. Attorney Plaintiff above suit.J. ; ,

our beloved friend Mamie Pons who died Education,the general diffusion of knowledge A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit,Court. CROCKERY HARDWARE WILLOW-WARE.

at Sanderson, Fla. Sept., 1, 1884 aged 16 is one of the most powerful agenciesof Fernandina: Fla., September G, 18S4-3m ,
; years' G months. human progress. It enlightens the people .. i ___ -

k ,;,; ; I Amiable she won all, intelligent she in the more convenient methods of Clam Chowder Prices
: ; n* ,"' *charmed all fervent she loved all, and dead transacting .business it affords the benefitsto This evening, at as

a i 1 ; she saddened all."' .:I;. K. be derived from the arts and literature of tf J. FRED LOHMAN'S.. -"' ,;x.;; E. ,corner Centre and Second Sis, Fcrnandina, Fla.
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