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S -V Lr:!; ""If'. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1 1884. NO. 47. I

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-'- GETTING AT THE FACTS.rBOBVKLE'PLURALITY COLCMBCS. 0., October 15.-A Wheeling, Mr.'L. \V. Higginboth ;m our. efficient Superintendent NOTICE. Rikart. John Robert Richard jr

d W. Va., dispatch says the Republican State of Public Schools, is before us. THE following names were stricken off Robinson, Bosen Reel mond. Mitchel

;' OF ONLY 10,000 FOR Committee concede the election of the en- How delightful to the virtuous modesty! Registration List for Nassau county Robinson, Nicholas Haw ()n. William S
in ,accordance with law at the meeting of Robertson. Lewis RobertValter
A tire Democratic State ticket from One would know that in ,
by 3,000to he
JIEPCBL1CANS AFTER ALL. hardly was our Redding Ben
THE ; the Board of County Commissioners held on Reddick Richard A
n C otcunrsa O)., October: 15.-Unofficial 5,000 majority. midst, so unostentatious, is he, but for the Monday, October 6th, 1884. Rodgers Pablo '

Republican returns have been received Brooke county, W. Va., gives Wilson 94 beneficence of his life to society. He is not Precinct No. 1. Schuyler. R V It Stewart. Stephen

'I tin counties of Ohio except the majority, a Republican gain of 30. one of those who are for self alone, but for Acosta Scott George Smith. R F
from all (; Julian J Austin LewisArmstrong SlIyder.'iIliam E Samuel
following:I : Carroll, Geauga, Lorain, WHEELING, W. Va., October 15.-The the welfare of his conunoncountryr The Archer, Alexander Moses Samuel. Henry Small Savage,,Edward

five and :.'Trmubull. These counties in18S3 following majorities have been reported to record of the past will tell historic facts. Avery, George Adams, Joseph P SimmomK Henry II Smith. James

Medina 'c Republican majorities ag- the Republican State Committee: Lewis.79 He is the choice of our section, and I verily Allen, Squire Alberti, AlfredAnnentaro. Stewart W It Sinus Daniel
ga Allen Antonio
Henry Steven.
counties Democratic Republican gain 66 Barbour believe of the of the whole John Smith John
-n.-iting: 7,072.,; The following ; people : county.We Albert, James Silva Frank Simonson. Parish

show\ unofficial/ Republican majorities on 100 Democratic, Republican gain 234 ; are satisfied with him. Brookins R B Baker, John Simpkins. Henry Shock ley. IaacSmalhvood. _

State ticket: : Brooke 64 Democratic, Republican gain 36 ; Improvements still continue in our town. Baker. Henry Benton Dread Scott. William F'V George -

the fcbulmU 4,343 ; Athens, 1,000; BelWonV270 Pleasant 143 Democratic, Republican gain Notwithstanding the heavy misfortune of Berg, Charles H Brown A F Smith Joseph W Smith, Jordan I

: : Chafnpaign; 1,044, ; Clarke,2,000: ; 201 ; Greenbrier: 650 Democratic, Republican Mr. G. W. Bryce, he is rapidly hurrying to Berry Butler., William Robert E Brown Barr John, Sam F Sye Southwiek., Sandy P.V Smith Swann,,Henry WilliamSimmons "

Ctermnait! ) 7J: ; Clinton, 1,472 ; Columbiann, gain 223 ; Fayette 175 Democratic, Monroe completion a handsoinf 'and commodiousstore Bailey GeorgeV'' Brown, Toney Steel. John PeterSolUlllnn.

021S; Cuyahoga, 2,566; Delaware, 420 ; 300 Democratic. The Republican majoritiesare back of where the lone :,.lat.Ir.. R. Baltzell, George L Brown Alfred Thomas Svenkernd V 1

Jjyet're. 1.0-13: ; Fulton, 83G; Gallia, 1,200 ; Berkely 55, gain 240 ; Marion, 100. gain B. Brown will. soon complete his residenceon Baker.Brown. Samuel Benton Blue William, Jack Sams Scott., Moses January Smith.Smith John'LSchuyler.Henry

Greene.2.2ii0; : Guernsey, 786 ; Hamilton, 383.;. Preston, 1,400, gain 403 ; Taylor 337, West Railroad and Georgia Sts., which Brown,Henry Somers Blue,, Peter jr Scott Darby George "r- .

1 22oS, ; IIar din, 394! ; Harrison, 645; HighJand.7 gain 141 ; Ritchie, 508, gain 276;. Monon- will add greatly to the appearance of that Brown, Robert Brown Andrew Smith. Robert M Schuyler, IrS

1uron,1,169 ; Jackson, 678 ; Jef- gahcla 80, gain 345. Advices from Charles- part. Just opposite Mr. Brown's, on East Brown, Henry Bird. William C Stewart, Henry

; Lake 1,002 Lawrence, 1,392 town place Maxwell's majority: at 110, the Railroad and Lizzie Sts:;" Mr.V.. S. Motesis Blake Abner Bristol, V R Taylor. D F Tomlin on. John
fersonI,3.2; ; ;
Brown John H Busby, CS Taylor, Glasgow a.1lbtitTyson
Logan, 1.178; Lucas, 519 ; Madison, 154 ; entire Republican county ticket being elected framing; a large twostoidwelling, Honey, L 'VCnmmollore Isaac Tucker Robert

, )[allOning, 1,033; Meigs,1,481 ; Miami, 925 ; by majorities varying from 600 to 1,200. and anticipates being able to move in very Warren Clark, Edward Taylor Moses J Tornlinson, Lekmow

I Morgan) 400; Morrow,, 420 : Noble, 289; Six out of nine voting places in Taylor soon.Messrs. Collins, Alfred Clan er, John Thomas Thompson, Richard, James D Thomas Tostevin, Ben Nicholas
gh'eaxwell 236 majority the. Clark & Co. have commenced Cothran Lee Conniff Dennis ,
Portage, 027; Treble, 283; Scioto, 711 ; county ; Tucker W B Thomas John
Summit, 1,700; Union, 1,187 ; Van Wort, other three to be heard from! will increase it their new boxing and crating machine and Clay John L H Cribb, GeorgeGhadwick Twine, PaulThomas. Thomas, Fletcher
to 350."i' will soon be able to turn out considerablework ClayVilliani Stephe ColumbusVan
1,7451'nshington, 105::;
;ooVarrcn; ; ; Coniptf. Chas Collins. Alfred
WHEELING, W. Va., October 15.-In of that description., Their machine Ness, J B
\l'oodU0 1 /; -..-total, 45,119. Clri.: opher. Albert Clay, George H
The follo.v'mg counties give Democratic Marion county the Democrats elect their works to perfection, and much of the useless Crim, Win J Cook, Harper Williams, Counsel Wright, Stephen

full county ticket, except for Legislature wood lying now in tl wamps and woods CantcVilson Cox, William Williams. T J Walker SamWashington
;iAdams Allen
majorities: ; 1,253; Cribb, Samuel Cunningham, Robert Warren, DocWilliams Geo W:
7(50: IVughiise, 2,009; Brown, 1,100; and Prosecuting Attorney, by majorities will be utilized for com(fierce, besides furnishing CourterVilHam F Crews Fred M A ""i1liamndrew:

Butler 2.sbo; jposhocton, 710; Crawford, : ranging from 1,000 down to 15. Taylor work for hundreds of people in our Crump, James W Cully, J S. Walker, AbramVillianis.. :Frank
Courier Wm II Cheves J !:M Walker, RufusVilliam Adam..
2,213 DarlCe, MJ22; Defiance, 1,100 ; Erie, county gives Maxwell 337 majority, aJle- community. f ,
; Conner Edward W H White. IsaacWilliams. Whitner C II
Cushing, ,
Ian- publican gain of 150 and elects the entire The present chilly yrads have caused
9J4; Fairfi ; George Wells: Fri mus-
cock 300;' Henry, 1,375; Hocking, 793; Republican county ticket. Ohio county, ma1lto. look up their: winter suits, and Drummond, Prince jrDouglassJ; Roderick Walker, HenryVood. W F jr-
2,016 Knox 15 Licking 1,573 with one precinct to be heard from shows when I we see our neighbor 1 at a distance we Dohoney R V Williams TobeVil1iam. Thomas
Holmes ; ; .
; rare Dawkins, Wallace Dozier, T E S Williams
I Wilson's majority to be 288 and the entire puzzled to know whether he is a candi- Thomas D Wilson William
2.240 Monroe 2,400 Dufour Charles Dewson D
Marion,742; Mercer: ; ; George Wood, Richard Williams, Scipio
Montgomery,595; N uskingum, 25; Ottawa, Democratic county ticket is elected. date or a stranger. Delaney, Henry B Dorsey, Columbus Whale}', John L Williams Doc

64 125 }>jckawa ", WEST VIRGINIA SIX THOUSAND DEMOCRATIC: Measles around in the country, but other- Dorsey, George jr DeMott. George Williams, Ancil Wilkinson, Joseph
1,404! Pauting, ; Perry, ; ) Dukehart Edward Dennette S L
Richland CHARLESTON. Va., October 16. This wise health improving. t' TOM.Inspectors Williams Charles Williams. Ned
1,050:> ; Pike, 579; Putnam, 1,822; Edwards, Riley Estes, Chas W Washington, StephenWiley, Tonev
1,270; Ross, .117; Sandusky, 667; Seneca, : county, Kanawaha, gives a large Fusion --- ------- Ellis. Van Edwards, LatimoreEllersnn Wideawake, Benj William, R J

1,215; Shelby, 1,228 ; Stark ; 250; Tuscara- : majority, ranging from 800 to 1,000 Maxwellthe of Election.At John Eaton, John S Williams. James Williams, Lewis
188 426Vil- fusion candidate, leaves this county a meeting of the Board of County Ellis. D L Edden, R. E Walker, Reuben
Vinton Wayne
was, 1,000; ; ;
Win F
with and Wilson the Democratic Commissioners this day, the following Eppes, Young Plato
liam, 97 Wyandotte, 752-Total, 41,508. fully 1,300, Young, F'
; gentlemen were appointed Inspectors of Frank Carl Fuller, Thomas H Young, July Yerger II S
nominee for Governor, will carry the State ,
above the of 1883
Adding to the majority Frank, Peter V Franklin, Thomas
The Democrats in this Election for Nassau County, to serve at the Precinct No. 2.
net by 6,000. county Foreman Aleck
five counties not heard from, gives a Fogarty George ,
1 Republican plurality of 10,679. Five coun- lose all the offices except a few constablesand general election to be held November 4th, Foster, Frank Ferguson, Edward Anderson. William Jacques, C H"
of the 1884, in the several Election Districts, as Ferrill, Freeman Frank, Francis Cooper, William Taylor, James-
ties will doubtless increase the majority of justices peace. designated : Fairbanks. George R Floyd, Prince Ewbanks, James Williams, John

1883 so that the plurality will reach about WEST VIRGINIA RETURNS BY COUNTIES. Fletcher, Henry Fitzpatrick, Thomas Hazel tine, Augustus .
District: No. McGiffin G. L. .
12000. WHEELING, W. Va., October 16.-Barbour I-James.'.._ Godfrey D S Green William H Precinct No. 3.

TEX DEMOCRATS, AND TEN REPUBLICANS. county gives Wilson 75 majority, a Demo- Baltzell, J. W. Howell. :} Gambrill. M N Giles, Durham Rimer, Frederick .
District No. 2 -Warren i Scott, Stephen' ,Gray, W.E Green: Stepney .
liC\ ubVican Congressmen have been elected cratic loss of 320 compared with 1880. The : ., : Precinct No. 4.
> Randall > Grant, George B Godfrey R W HGodfrey. -
Adolphus Hunter ,
in th First, Second, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Republicans elect member of the Legis- Gardner. Lewis J W J Aiken, George Lutin, Lewis :
District No. 3-Isidore O'Neill, Wni. Hardee E G Whitehurst.
i Twelfth Fourteenth, Eighteenth, Nin- lature and the prosecuting Attorney. Fay- Grant, Charlie Grant David Harris : Philip
Woodbuin John A
teentli and Twentieth districts-total 10. ette county gives l\Iaxwe1l170 majority, and Swearingen, Tony Allen. Griffin,. Sidney Gunn, John T Lewis, Frank jr ,
District No. -W. D. Hardee, Joseph H. Green, Jenkins Grant, Israel
I II Democratic Congressmen have been electedin Jackson county gives Maxwell 125 majority.In Precinct No. G.
I Acosta, Luke Richo. Hubby, George R Hall, Willis
j Ij the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Summers county Wilson has 208 majority HardingVilIiam L Henderson George Blitch, Berry Holzendorf. Milton
District No. 5-W. W. Farmer J. N. ,
James Hast Jeremiah
Thirteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Seven- and the Republicans elect the sheriff. Holzendorf, Frank Hayes, S A Hargrove ,
J teenth ami Twenty-first-total 10. The :Mason county gives Wilson 271 majorityand Carleton, Ralph Russell. Hardee. T A Haley, C A Precinct No. 7.
District No. -Win. M. Vinzant, D. H. Haas, John Hayes. Aleck Ashford. George Jenkins, Robert
i Eleventh District is still in doubt. Brewster county 400 majority. In
Hall. John Alderman, Jacob Jackson. Isaac
Higginbotham, Henry Fisher. Hughes, Henry
j i ())LIMBtjSO", October 16.-Unofficial returns Harrison county Maxwell has 172 majority.Preston District No. 7-W. T. Russell W. C. Howard, CyrusHolzendorf Harker, Allen Benjamin, William Jones, William 2d
received last night from all but five of county (official) gives Maxwell Henry srHenderson, Peter Baptiste, William Jones, Benjamin F

the counties in the State show Republican 1,588 majority ; Putnam county (official) Davis, Edward Colson. Hunter, Moses Hutcherson, James Bacon, Ezra Knight. John
\ District No. 8-George W. Hodges, Henry Hibbard, James Hill, George Butler, James Kendree. Bennett
Maxwell 198 In Tucker
majorities of 4.i,192; and Democratic majorities majority. county
Nettles, Simon Washington. Hamilton, William Hummings, R W C BenjaminT111 2d Locke, William
of 41,399. The net Republican pluralityfor Wilson has 115 majority and Miller, Re- Hubbard, Richard Harris. Z T Baker, George Lofton, J H
the State is now estimated at 10,865. publican, is elected sheriff. Hardy county District No. 9-J. H. Sauls, RaymondCay Holzendorf Henry jrHarris, Dan Baker. H C Lowther, Zell
Geo. C. Coleman. Hooper, Moses jr Holzendorf, Henry Blocker, Berry B llitchellVillis
LATEU.Unofficial returns from all the gives Wilson 832 majority. Hampshire
District No. 10-J. B. Little, A. H. Colson, Harris, J L Hazleton, James Clark, 'Vyle'l'litchell.. Lewis H .
counties show a ;Republican plurality of county gives Wilson 1,302 majority. Wit- J. II. Bradley. Headen, Thomas Hart, Henry Cny ler, P L :Mitchell George.

13,115. zel county gives Wilson 950 majority. Tyler Howell, J W Hackley, H D Caston, Isaac Mills, S MNobles
District No. 11.-N. A. Hicks, Aaron Harker Chad wick. Charles Douglas -
LATER STILL -OFFCIAL RETURNS. county gives Maxwell 343 majority, Henry
Foreacre C. D. Elan. Carter, John Norfeet J R
COLUMBUS, 0., October 16. The official Upshur county gives Maxwell 605 majority. Ivins, Islam "
Crooms, Shepherd Pollard, George P
returns from Tuesday's election are coining Ohio county (official) gives Wilson 339 Chairman Board of CHAS.County W.Commissioners LEWIS. Jenkins, Jake Jones, William A Cox, Samuel Phillips, George

in slowly at both. State headquarters and majority and elects Handlan, Democratic Nassau Coun t)'. Jones, John Jenkins, James Cumminps Valentine Stewart, Randal
Jones Richard Jones Morris
final estimates are made with difficulty.On sheriff over Johnson by 734 majority.- Attest: J. A. EDWARDS. Clerk, Joseph, David Jackson, Solomon Durden, Francis Swearingen. Alex
Dreuwies, It C Swearingen Jno L
figures received), subject to revision, the ---- Fernandina, Oct. 6, 1884. Johnson, Jake Jackson, John Diaz, Mack Swearingen, It W

Democrats concede on the State ticket a Brandy Branch. Jennings, Richard Johnson, Rufus Davis, C J Swettringen. Walter. S

majority of 10,037. while the Republicans The County Canvass.The Jones W J Joseph, William jr Evans, Thomas Savage, William
Johnson, Peter jr Johnson, George H. Elverson William Small Peter
estimate: following appointments have been ,
majority at 10,792.
Everett Samuel Smith Lewis II
made for Fred \V. Hoyt and W. A. Mahoney :
DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY OF CONGRESSMEN. STILL GOING ON. Democratic nominees for the Assembly Johnson, Edward Jackson, Henry ! The Democratid Committee claim elevenof Jones, Prince Johnson, Hardy Flowers Thomas Thomas, Zachariah .
BRANDY BRANCH, October 10, 1884. from Nassau county, and other speakers:
the twenty-one: while the Callahan, Saturday October 18 Johnson. Edward Jefferson, Joshua Gardner Gatlin Taylor, James
Congressmen, To the Editor of the Florida J/tr/or: ; Jones Robert Jones, Lemon
Republican Committee Brandy Branch, Monday, October 20; Green Edward Tihnan, Brit
still consider the The political atmosphere in this part of Lewis Higginbotham's, Wednesday, Octo Kane, Richard Kane, Richard 2d Hackley, Mundv Tucker, George '
Eleventh: District.doubtful, and say it will of the country Is as salubrious as the heartsof ber 22; King, Joseph Keith, Hansel Haddock. Geo W jr Taylor, Jesse

require official returns to decide it. No the lovers of good government could Dunn's Creek, Thursday, October 23; King Sam Klarer, Jacob Hollins Alfred Walker. John C -

figure: are gh'cn on this district in either Hilliard. Friday, October 24; Kaiser, Joseph Kennedy Berry Harker Aaron jr Walker. Peter
wish. There is not a record in the politicallife
William Kane, Nathan Harker. John.ehht'r.. Alex
Knabb ,
place : Odom's Branch, Saturday, October 2:>.
of our precinct but that we have HINTON J. BAKER, King. William Kelley, OwenLumpkins Hawkins, Haven Wiggins) William f
UOU-MBVS, 0., October 16.-Official returns shown a solid and unbroken front at the Chairman County Executive Committee.J. Kennedy, Henry Holland Thomas AVhiteous J W

Were received to-night at Republican head- polls for the cause of Democracy; and it is A. EDWARDS. Secretary.Fernanclhma Leggett, O II Major Harris M H Wilson Julius A
quarters from Ashtabnla and Wood counties, Fla. Sept. 29. j8 4. Loomis E S Lang, Morris Horn Thomas A Winxins; Joseph
to be hoped that we will continue to Jenkins James
carry Love, James jr Lizzamore. Myers Young, Ilenry
being the last --- -- ------
to report, and complet- the laurels we have:: claimed in the past. Lewis, F W J.onVilliarn Jones, Augustus
i Sthe list. The} revised figures give Robins While we do not need the services Messrs.. List of Letters LohnmanV J Liggins, Levi Precinct No. S.

s a plurality of 11,421. This shows a Republican Hoyt and Mahoney, who will next Mondaybe Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- Lizzamore Anderson Lang, Lawrence Hardee, R A King: George: P
dina. Nassau county, Florida, Oct. 17, lb'S4. Lewis, William LizzamoreVin B
: gain of 2.605, and a Democratic in our midst, we will be glad to see them Persons calling for these letters must say Lewis Ben Lucas AlfredLe Precinct No. 9.

Win of 2.102. In 60 counties the Republicans around looking after the interests of the advertised : Cain, William II Le Bocuf, James. Barber. T II Moore. John N

made all their gains and the Democrats Lofthouse Samuel Booth, W W Mills, S MNelson
people, that they may be better able to rep- Albro, Edward Long, Jackson :
in the rc-st. The Republican gain in sent us in future legislation, as well as to Baker, W E Oberdorfer, E Moseley, Thomas Morrison. Peter Braddock A J John E",
the> rural districts is their Clark, A Pearce, Miss M A :Mitchell Thomas Muller, George Barnett C II Ogilvie, David
Chairman equal to plurality. encourage them in the great work they have Clark. Hannah Peas, Charley Madden, J E Miller Jonah Carrol, William Pomeroy. S W ,

Oglevcc concedes the election ofElkherry espoused. Cleveland, Perry, Hoyt and Mahoney Coleman, Miggie Pettit. Rev J Meddaugh, F'VlcCall, Aaron Copelanl1ViIliam Robinson. Henry-

in the Eleventh Distric. The are names that flout upon the breeze. Dodson, C A Randal, Alfons laughs, G T Manoe. J T Copeland. D C Swailes. James I"

, legation! to' Congress will stand: DemoCrats Since the honorable and patriotic conductof Ellis, Robt Rpbbered, Rose )lcKa\ JameslcDonald,'Frank Dawson. James II Swailes. R W
Dozier. J L W Wood DanielWilliamson
11 Fletcher. John Rivers, Emma Minkley, Gustave Mossman. John
and ,Republicans. 10. Mr. X. A. Hicks in withdrawing his Grant, Ch St Clair, W II McClelland. XcilaSOIl.. Benjamin Dozier, John John
---- name from the canvass. as sheriff, Mr. Dyal GJiffin, W II Simmons, Doree Mason, Warren Manijrault, C C Hunt. W F Williamson. J II
1"I1GISIA ELECTION. is the undoubted choice of our people. I Gleson. Judy Small. Sophia Martin, Noble :\i dleton. Glasgow Lee W II White M 31McIntosh
Harris, Rev A II Tamine, Margaret Miller, Jacob Mears. Sam MyersMerrow.'J James II Walker, John
TILE STATE CONCEDED TO THE DEMOCRATS: write this not parenthetically, but in expression
J It
Harding iii Tompkins. McQueen, Conner II P Precinct No. 10.
"OMI SCATTERING REPUBLICAN FIGURES. of the sentiment of our section. Hall James Virgin. :Felice Mulli r, Charles :Morris Randolph Conner Willis W Obery, Henry

\V1IEELiNGV. Y A., October 14. The Mr. Hicks, in this noble conduct of his, so Henry, Rev John Wilson. Aldo Martin, William Mitchel, Ben Couch, Tony Prime, A

official vote in Berkely county gives Flick characteristic of a worthy citizen and a man, Hosking. Sohn Washington, Felice Marshall. Frank AW McDonald, Rinaldo Murphy. Edmond SimmonsVilliarm A"
Heagle, Ransom Williams, Si Moseley'Augustus McCall. Peter
for Supreme Judge 324 majority and Brown has covered himself with a glory that he Jinken, Marshall Williams David Middleton. P MMcRory Meriden, Thomas Obery, James .

11 majority Maxwell carries the county may little know how the disinterested Johnson, E V W Walker Sam Ch rtesIc""atl'nI, James Precinct No 11.Pringle
bi' 55 at-like and iso- Jackson. Plentis Wills, M J Adams, G R Jackson
majoritf. The balance of the Demo- would look some majestic Napoleon Louis Newman. Charles A
Maxwell James I Blitch, J S Tanner. D II
cratic ticket'ha lated the plain. And while he Young. EmilyS. Nattiel, ManuelOstrander. Nix, E W
t a small majority. The pine upon T. RIDDELL, P. M. Kelson W K Tyler. W II

Democrats will h \'e the sheriff State At- knows that he is the choice of the people of .-- --. -- -- -.-- James A Owens, Simon Motes H JI,

torner, one member of the House of Delegates the county, he has sacrificed all personal Warranty and Mortgage Deeds. O'Neil, J T CIiAS.V.. LEWIS,

and one Assessor. The Republicanselect interest for the sake of harmony and prosperity PAPER-CO CTS. PER DOZEN. Pttrdy Charles E Payne, Hercules Chairman of the Board County Com-
LINEN Palmer, T A Proctor, D G missioners, Nassau Comtyv. .
sent of 2-cent
one of the he has shown him- upon receipt
luemberfcf cause
the House of Delegates, Price M G Perry, AndrewPerson Attest:
rle Assessor; the Clerk of Court and the self so worthy to vindicate. For this cause stamp. AddressFLORIDA MIRROR, Proctor, Joe Emanuel J. A. EDWARDS, Clerk.

Surveyor. :t he will not be forgotten in the coming years.. 26 Fernandina, Fla. Proctor, David Fernandina, Flal, October, 7, 1881.a .

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G" *:j Once more? brother went to Algiers, where he enough for one evening. Come indoors "They discovered that neither had any precocious ways. Ernest seemed to
-.0. ..' sat'x pain}day and and joy dark, and days ovcrty j illness and and wealth health, died, last year.. Scarcely anyone I, ; and I'll promise you that you Fixed object'' for his stroll, so they adjourned brighten more than he had done be- D
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9 : 1; As yesterday! ? j' afterward. It happened however, CHAPTER II. was in 'need of:a companion. Seymourwas :yet. Seymour was delighted to see l't'
i IJ TrAnji would it pay? Life, like a play, that Suzanne and I Paris she visit to London from the the melancholy Frenchman t
{ T 1t .3 Is relished as we go from day to day- met-in ; The next morning Charles rose at on a with so l't
't t < But stay! was ignorant of the whole story. I nine and came down to .the coffee north on business;; Ernest wanted much life in him.
tf. 14, ." lost. many a play is worthy of recall : was loth to act as if there were any room to have j i his cup of coffee and something to keep:his thoughts away Next day, however, all gayety had
The actors one by one come on, and curtains cause why we should not meet on roll. His friend was not there but at from himself. He was afraid to be disappeared. He was feverishly anx- 1
('' '. fall ; friendly terms, 'the. more so as I was that he was 'Scarcely surprised for alone now that he had come so far to ious. It was Tuesday. He had gone
at t; : ...\_1ct< shifting They scenes go, away and ;music.long and greatly charmed with her. In a week they had sat up late the previous be so. out before breakfast to buy the Times.
1 \ drear the mischief was done. I was in love night. The rain ceased, the clouds parted, There was nothing in it to interest
3 M ';': 'Grates, ,on the list! 'ner'a weary ear. with her and could not leave. her." "I hope he won't take this mad and a white moon made the wet roofs him. He threw away the copy as
i ,t, ,;J i: We dread the' I play ,And she ?" journey after all," said Charles to him- and pavements glisten with a magical he had glanced down the column
r ::..'; '1 At And the so,'close as children of life tire comes of toys I less and and sleep less,to I was not indifferent to her. But self; "he was all rmht last night after light. It was iil1 enchanting scene which was to contain the advertisement -
a a.r ( : keep her aunt came' on the scene saw what we came in-quite his old self again," and the young men felt its beauty. from his friend Charles.
: a Us here al way. was going on, and demanded an interview However Ernest did not come There was no need for them to hurry That evening Seymour could do
:; : And then so many that have gone before with I it of strolled the silent with him. As last
: :, And carried me. granted course. down, and Charles finished his breakfast home so they along nothing a resource
; "''- hopes to a brighter shore, She told that either I must break 'embankment' in At last he of cards. .
:.; Are say ing,! me alone. Just as he had finished a arm arm. suggested a game Ernest
j .:':: :Those'absent long, with anxious off all intercourse with Suzanne or tell waiter'' brought him a note. It was 12 o'clock struck, and they mountedthe instantlyaccepted., and urged
:. Xeading and lighting the darkest gaze ways, her the whole story. I naturally refused from Ernest. > steps by Waterloo bridge preparatory -' high play Seymour acquiesced
). ',. i Would call us home. to do either. The result was Dear Ultn."ze3-1 am off( fur England.; : Don't to returning to the hotel., against his will. Finally' the Englishman
; IWouUl we be willing to refuse their prayer; ,that she told Suzanne herself." forget your promise. "Come on the bridge and see the lost a few pounds, which Ernest
', Ah iiol 1 'I
't;., ; Someday. Someday we'll! greet them there- Why could she not hold her Yours, ER\EST., moon and the lights on the water," refused. to accept. He' only playedfor
>. tongue ?" asked Charles angrily. It Charles was thunderstruck. But said ,Seymo r. "It's a wonderful the excitement. Seymour, how-
"i'}:.,, :; ACQUAINTANCES. was no good to spoil more, lives." there was nothing to be done ; he sight." ever, naturally. insisted oil paying hi
She was the dead man's sister. I found that Ernest had started earlyin They strolled to the massive bridge, losses.
!P.'''' \i CHAPTER I. cannot blame her. She told Suzanne the morning, taking a carriage in deserted except for,an occasional pas- Although they sat up late! Seymour
i j The scene is Avaranches, the time and ordered her never to see me again. : order not to have to wait for the dili- senger or a late cab. As they: passedone could hear, Ernest pacing up and
.t <. J + reriin g,. Two men are sitting. in the But we had one more interview. I gence to Pontorson. There was no-, of the recesses Seymour..noticed, down his room long..after they parted.
;:;; public gardens listening to. the band, spent the most' terrible hour of my thing for Charles to do but pack :up man leaning over the parapet. Their:, rooms were adjacent. Ernest
which is practicing for the forthcoming life then." his things and prepare to return to He was quite still gazing at the : did not go to bed that night.
C 'fete. But neither of them seems Charles said nothing. Ernest recovered Paris. His little holiday had;come to water intently. 'Seymour did not feel By daylight he, ,was on the street.
to have more than a cursory attention his calm which he had for a an untimely end.Meanwhile comfortable when: looking him, but He knew now ,where to get an early
h + r ; :#; o-give to Auber's overture. moment:lost. : Ernest Dumont was approaching did not. consider 'himself justified in copy of the Times. His first glance
:. % ** Is it a genuine case this time, She confessed her love for me, ,Pontorson, where he in- speaking to him. When he had passed told him all. Suzanne was married.
; I' Ernest?" said the younger one. but refused to marry me. Her aunt tended taking the diligence. His him he looked round to see' if he were :He crushed the paper in his hand.
Why say this time Have I ever, threatened that if she ever saw me only luggage consisted of a small,! v-- still ''motionless,as before. To Ernes 's .For a minute. or 'two'he. stood motion-
,,'F f',, ; fJ, _: ;,' ownod to a enuinef case before ?" again the whole world should know ,lise. He was silent during the journey i surprise his companion leaped from less; then with a start. he began walking -
; :2To," replied Charles, "I can'tF she was going to marry the brother of to the great satisfaction of his : his side and rushed to the recess. He to the hotel.
,, : say you have.. It's unfortunate that the man who killed her father. She blue-bloused driver, who was taciturnity was too late. The: man was gone. A There was nothing remarkable about
; ;' i the 'first time it is genuine ,there, are could not face that." itself.. He neither; demanded dull plash in the dark waters below him when he came down to breakfastin
-difficulties in the way." Poor girl !murmured Charles. a ourboire nor gave any thanks when told what had become of-him. the coffee room, unless a quieter
k G'' '( 1 There is an English proverb about 411,. don't blame her/' continued he received one. In' terror Seymour raised a cry for demeanor than usual might be deemed
1 that" said Ernest : 'True ]love never : Ernest. Although Ernest had time enoughon help. Fortunately it was at hand ; a so. He spoke to Seymour when/ he
run.*,smooth/ or something:) to that It would be a terrible thing to do. his hands, 'he yet was feverishly police boat was passing, and the entered, and hoped he did not disturb::;
,, rM s j. effec : Fate is against. me, and always So we have separated." anxious to get to his destination wretched would-be: suicide was rescued him by his early rising. Seymour
j has been." "Do you, think her aunt meant 'to though he only vaguely knew what and brought to land. did not know he had risen.
i "" "Jly dear fellow that is doing fate carry out'her threat?" that' destination was. The great thingwas When, he was in safety Seymour Yes, I went out for a stroll-to
i. !.. :an injustice. You have had plenty of I am certain of it. I left Paris to get out of France. It wouldbe returned to his companion, who had Waterloo Bridge. By the. bye I hope
4- 1*>t'' success-more than your share.1 the day. after I saw Suzanne ; 'a week easier to endure his, anxiety: when watched the scene with peculiar in- you will let me give you your revenge
41 It, is that I complain of" said later I heard that she was betrothedto faraway: : terest. this evening; that little game last
r Ernest.' Had I been accustomed to M. Courtin. I, know she detests The> boats and 'trains fitted well "Let us go back," said Seymour. night pulled me together wonderfully.I've .
"tR .4,.: 'i disappointments: ; I'might bear this him ; she'has often told me,so. Theyare the same day that saw,him. leave Av- That horrible affair has upset me." been feverish the last few days."
: ., : one.. I have had "successes, when I to be married next Monday." ranches saw him rafely installed in a Is that the way you manage these, "I'm not 'anxious for my revenge,"
::4- ':, ; have not cared a straw whether I There is then no hope for you?" quiet hotel near Charing Cross. He matters in England?" asked Ernest. said Seymour; "I don't often play.."
.: succeeded or not ; now that it is a I suppose not," was the sad reply; ''entered his name, as Eugene Dubois I'm sorry to say that isn't the first Nor I, and I am never comfortableuntil
: 4r. ,,;:' ," matter! of 'life and death I am doomedto yet there is always a chance. .She. Once alone. he.entirely belied the fool l who has jumped? off Waterloo I lose. You will do me a favorif
have my wish unfulfilled' may be braver than ,she imagines. I assumed gayety which he had shown bridge, arid I'm afraid it. won't be the. you will 'give me the chance. It
'; : diaries gave a light laugh., shall ,not despair finally till she is when last with,his friend. :He threw, last. ,Don't imagine, though, that as calms my brain ; it's as good as medicine i-
,.....t ."My dear boy do you call a married. If she breaks it off I shall himself into a ,chair and seemed utterly a nation we are given to that sort of to me."
F? : -: woman.I love a matter of life and know the reason. and, nothing.., shall and entirelv Y miserable. thing." Seymour laughed and promised.He .
,' death V" separate us then." Now' that he, was far from all his ".I hope not, at all events in that saw nothing of 'Ernest the whole
It often. has been," was Ernest'sTeplyL What is,it that you wish ,me to do friends, he began to feel the want of ''way," said the Frenchman. 'It is. day, but they had appointed to meet
.t ,- \ for you ?," asked Charles, bringing the them. 'He had voluntarily expatriated ridiculous, or would be so, if there at ten o'clock.
4 .4< Oftener to the woman than them conversation, round to practical mat- himself; he had intentionally cut him- were- not a touch of tragedy' in it.. Ernest spent the afternoon in going
;; ,a : 1n-t'! ters. ; self clear from his old ties. Not A Why did he throw himself into the through his possessions. He had nothing
because', it is the woman who is "This;" said Ernest.U start' tomorrow soul on earth. knew where he was. water when there are so many ways| with him to;declare his identity.His .
t h : most 1 often the disappointed "one, ins for ''England., I cannot stay Few, he thought sadly enough, would out of existence?" linen vas only marked! with initials -
i'' this:; <:l..e it .is the man/: here ; I must travel-do somethingto care. He was alone; it had been his Perhaps he.half. hoped he might which stood equally well for his
\. :4 t : 14 But e'ven supposing that fate is try and get rid of the horrible mo- wish to be so for weeks past, and now be saved after all." real and assumed name. The few let-
3 ," ,1 '. ngaiust you for once, is it,wise to stake notony of my ordinary existence. I that his wish was fulfilled he was more He had his wish in that case" replied ters in his pockets he tore up, with
+ t t happ ness on one, thing?" want you to, send me word directlythe miserable than ever. Ernest. "What will! ''become'or: one exception.This .
1 ., Er; lest shrugged his shoulders. marriage is over, or, better still, However he had enough sense; left, him now?," was in a lady's hand. He
,; -' 3'\ y dear Charles, it is easy for will .you put:: an advertisement in the to know ,that the. only way to prevent' "I suppose he will go before a ma- read it through slowly and carefully,
t kl PI ,,, ', -you jo be philosophical. You do not English Times? There is a columnfor time from dragging along interminably :t gistrate. The police have him in kissed it, and then burned it to ashes.
l h 1 #; love 8uzanne." that sort of advertisement. ,Berthincan was to occupy himself. He had charge." He then wrote a couple of letters,
a II j will if you wish;" retorted tell you all about getting it in. only been in London once before'; sup- Ernest smiled."A which occupied him till his visitor
,t { 'ng Charles lightly Put. ambiguously, so that-'no one but pose he were to have a solitary ramble. romantic ending to a terrible' was due.
'' ; : lle't us go back to the hotel," said I can tell what it means. WhereverI Surely in so busy a city there, must, story, is it not? We ,manage these At ten o'clock Seymour arrived
Ernest shortly. I may be I shall be able to get a copyof be something distract his thoughts. things at all events better in France. Ernest welcomed him more gayly
a4 ; ''i'1 1,, ,' Charles put his hand on his arm. the Times, I should think-especially He took his hat and passed out to I heard a case the other day : A lover than usual.
Forgive me I spoke stupidly. I if I keep where I can get one," the landing. Half unconsciously he lost his mistress; he opened a vein in '" Have you seen little Tom today9"he
,. can feel for you, though I talk lightly. he added, with a smile. began to descend the stairs. Not his arm and died quietly during the asked.
'; i Is thbre! anything I can do to show "That is'more in your old style" watching his footsteps carefully enoughhe night, without a soul being any the "No; I'm going to see him to-mor-
s. ",,; ; my sympathy[ ?" said his companion. Do try and pull thought, he had reached the land- wiser. You say we are a theatrical race, row."
"Yes," said Ernest. Let us get yourself together ; it's a bitter pill, ing when there was another stair; the yet it is you who throw yourselves off "Will yon give him a little present
away from here ; that band is too but all isn't lost because you fail for consequence!; was he fell head foremost bridges, while we- from me? He wants a watchdoyou
: ;;loud, and the people are getting once in your life." into the arms of an Englishman who "For heaven's sake, man, do stop think this will do for him?'*
), ;thicker every minute." You are talking about, what you was ascending.The your horrible stories! Let us get on He held out his gold timepiece,
t' He took his friend's arm, and theyvandired don't understand" was Ernest's reply. shock carried them both over, to some pleasanter subject than that, with a chain attached. Seymour
\ slowly) down the road that Let us get b<1 ck." and Ernest received a hard blow on of leaving this world." looked up in astonishment. .
i'Y ;:kads. [to the sands. There was very little conversation the head in the fall. He was half "As you wish. Here we are at our "You won't accept it for him ? You
;:; i \ There was no'one to interrupt them ; during the walk home, but when they stunned for a minute; when he recov- hotel. Will you come up to my room must I will not keep it. It was
": the only passers-bYwere; tired laborers were once more at he hotel, seated on ered -his senses completely he found for an hour? I won't talk of suicides, given me by a man who has just triedto
I f'' *; )kin their way home' or an occasional a bench outside the salon enjoying cigars he was in the stranger's: room. I promise you.'' kill my best friend in a duel; if you
i v x.IN icarria'ge full of tourists being dragged I and coffee, Charles took up the "Hope you're all right"said the Seymour was anything but inclinedfor won't take it for little Tommy I will
i,, ;4p thj hill by ,the weary horses. : talk at the point at which it had been Englishman."Thank bed after his recent adventure, so smash it with my boot, and then dropit
4 \; j will tell you what you can do for dropped. you, .yes; a little' dizzy, gladly accepted. into the river. Will you take it."
a ,4 t' Yiie. "said Ernest, speaking gravely and "Can't you make up your mind that's all Ernest sent for some refreshment, Seymour made some ineffectual pro-
3 1 Earnestly; I want a friend now definitely where you are going?" he Confoundedly dark staircase,"; said and it was past three before they sep- tests, but at last was forced to take it.
c ; more than ever I have done before. I asked. "If you will, I will try and the other, pouring out some brandy, arated, each delighted at having found He made up his mind, however, that
'' tiiean: 'ito see if you are one." ;run over myself and bring you the and offering it to him; "it is a wonder a pleasant companion. his possession, of it should only be
:/ : "YJou may take it for granted," news, and then, perhaps, we can see people don't break their necks." During the next three days they temporary: the whole affair was ab-
+, 4i Nay .CJharles' reply. something of England. together."' Both, men were full of apologies, for saw.a great deal of each other. Sey-
?' w ; ; '"liwill. Suzanne, as you know, "You are very kind, Charles, but I each had been careless. The Englishman mour discovered that there was some surd.They began to play. Ernest had
a ? ioves !one ; I love Suzanne more than won't trespass on your kindness to whose name was Seymour, saw mystery about his new acquaintance.He the, luck at first, but it soon turned.
'; life. ;I Do you know why I cannot that extent; I shall not be the sort of at a glance that: Ernest was, French, had apparently no object in. being Seymour won, and at midnight had
,ik4: :marry' her?" companion any man could stand. Besides and as he knew the language well he in London had no friends, did not more than recouped himself. In an-
1I 1: *. I\e never heard the whole story. I leally don't know where I amgoing. used it. Ernest was more glad than care 'an atom, about the sights. Be- other hour he refused to play any
ibex l 2ho \yas betrothed before you stepped ." he would confess to find a sort of com sides ,this lie had occasional fits 'of intense more; he calculated he had won over
in.. ads she not?" "But how about your business? patriot in the first man he had 'addressed ''melancholy, and was often feverishly twenty pounds.
i No; ; this is the truth about it:: Aren't you going to have your. letters on equal terms since crossing.The anxious for1' time to pass. "You won't, go on .?" asked Ernest
Three years ago my elder brother, forwarded?" two men chatted for some minute Nevertheless, he was generally an I t( Then I must :fulfil my duty. I ama
r, whoyas an officer, quarreled with her No." till Ernest said he had no further agreeable companion, and at his 'worst gooclloser. you see." ,
father!: There is no doubt whatever "My dear Charles, if I don't tell excuse for trespassing; on the other's he was an interesting study. Sey- He handed i over notes and gold
l p 11 f .v that my brother was in the right ; the you, do you think it probable I shall kindness, as he was quite recovered. mour spent as much time as he could amounting to over forty pounds. The
k ouatryl! was forced on him. A duel tell anyone else?" However they found they were both with him, especially in the evening. 'money included several napoleons.
t 4 ; followed, and Suzanne father was Charles saw it was no use to press going out, .so they left the house to- They seldom parted till the i s mallhours. "I have not won all thisaM.
i : killed::" the point; he acquiesced with.,a shrug. gether., :J : : ., Seymour; "you, have mad a mistake.:'

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; : the but few relations, aid as he: was of n BOUNDARIES OF 'ELECTION; DIS .-JUST RECEIVED AT -_

'retiring disposition and reserved in his TRICTS.
of :
t 1 habits, they were at Distriet,1o.1-Includes.all that portion of -The
IdUS not surprised receiving Uptown t"
for letters from him. Moreover Amelia Island laying north of township line Clothing H
no number two, commencing, at the Atlantic

to ] last he had. intimated' his intention of Ocean and<<: running west on township line CORNER OF '''SIXTH ,AND ASH STREETS '. '
my passing a month in Normandy. and number two until the'Trans-it Railroad is ,_

eta : Britany, and that time was llOt yet up. to reached the drawbridge, thence along over the Amelia line of river.the railroad A LARGE STOCK I FALL GOODS

is t There was, however, one man who District .i o. S-To include, that portion of .
h it was on the lookout for,news, and that Amelia Island. lying south of the southern CONSISTING OFA FULL LINE OFBOYS' .
: : : boundary line of District No. 1. .
.e I t J., was Charles. Unfortunately .called to District JYo. 3-To commence at Amelia ,MEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING '

o ted: Germany the day' after ,he had inserted river, at the mouth of Clark's or O'Neill's ,

I 1 his the notice of Suzanne's marriage in creek ;" thence up Clark's;or 0 NeilPs creek Gents' Furnishing: Goods, Umbrellas, etc.,

d day. the Times, he was, for more, than a the to the railroad Transit to Railroad Lofton creek; thence; thence westerly down; by Which I WILL SELL AT LOWER 'PRICES THAN ANY: OTHER HOUSE IN THE: .

I h t's' week, out of reach of French news- Nassau river to Amelia river; thence down CITY. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the place83rTHE >

e papers. The first that he saw on his Lofton creek to Nassau river; thence north UPTOWN CLOTHING HOUSE.-@a W. J. LOHMAN. .'
I return contained ari'accoulit of Ernest's by Amelia ri'.erto place of beginning .
a {- .. ',. '
District. 4-To commence where the -
t death. railroad crosses Lofton creek ; thence up .
t< : nm.i He had,not a moment's doubt that Lofton creek to McQueen's swamp ; thenceup WHOLESALE AND RETAILr'ii
3t McQueen's to the Waterman Old
and Dubois and Ernest the if swamp
were same,,, Field
'i ; thence following the public wagon

\ : he had not jumped to that ,conclusion road to Port Henry on'the St. Marys river to T4.T '. -rJ"triti -"- '.' .' "
a letter which he found waiting for Amelia river; thence up the ..:Amelia riverto s' "S .*!Sil! 'J -', -.":'

/ I'r: his him on his return home must have the mouth Clark's or O'Neill's creek :
t thence by' the line of Clark's or O'Neill'screek fc&dir ="
-' '
l "- to dispelled all doubt.It to the railroad ; thence by the line of 5-_=.?" = r--%=?=-vr: Jt'Ki _,if- :/j f *- -

I ? : was was dated, but bore no address. railroad to place of beginning .-=*= 1* f STx="J2'rv'gs""t Sa
> District X n. 5-To commence where the g'fcSjgi f4rfa3a.. SVSt't'
The postmark London. It = |
saw ran
railroad crosses Lofton creek where McQueen's -

: ] : } thus," :, I swamp intersect Lofton creek;
l : '.: f thence up McQueen's swamp to the ford ofMr.
I than
ynttfor keepingyour prom-
Higginbotham's place thence in a
\ .,: He, i ise. Suzanne i is"ina'rricd': theis': 'Head to ; ;
southwesterly direction, following the old
: ( ; 'tl e' .im, tis she l lids shown"that* she' wishes' neverto public road to Boggy; swamp; thence down
see me again
his ? Boggy to Nassau river thence down
swamp ; ,
I I have As
nothing.ijpw ,to,tye: ,for. you Nassau river to the mouth of Lofton creek ;
know have few dislike
near relations; and
: thence Lofton creek to the place of be-
: ...those) wlii(:li,I:hin'c. No one/will regret. my ginning.
exit from, this' .life,'exiept'ptirbap<< you and;
] : No. 6-To commence at Port He1.-
: \ e '
)( two or"tirreXv'inorel.:, :; Yqu iVvnll\sooh: forget ry on the St. Marys river ; thence up.the
: : The nie'r' I ain ;: laI1.1iqwe\t'r,'to be able to do
Stj Marys river to the mouth of Little St.
: sin' a slight kindness. rXba inclosed paper I
; you( Marys river; thence up the Little St. Marys I Ie
utytfioitse a i / 1 IA, I 7.
.will,transfer to you in Paris. I
: one. river to the public road known as the OlelKin's .
*' You see that my mind has been mule road thence the road ? N_ t I nSOUTHFU&CO.Nr
; by Kings to
: ; ]{eep 'up some time. I do'not 'falter in the least. the /point.where it' crosses Bojrgy swamp ;

t : ; re- .Before. you receive this I shall be no more thence down Boggy" swamp to the 'old ford
I have hot.becu so alone in London as I
; find near Mr. Peter Green's place ; thence following -
\ anticipated. I have made friend. He has the public road in a northwesterly
of charmed me by his kindness. Tu.niht'we; direction ford
to the on McQueen's swamp ;
meet for the, last time, though' he does not thence down IcQllel n's swamp to Water V"as'iv" ts -7e'n
know it. I ha\'e.a plan for making, him man's Old Field ; thence by the public roadto 1
; easily console himself for losing an acquaintance Port Henry, the place of beginning
of a few daystanding. From what District ...Yo. 7-To commence at the mouth !
and he has told me he will soon be married, and of the Little St. Marys river; thence up the 1lo B. NOYES 9 I" ,
I fear his means are not too extensive. So. r
to Little St. Marys river to the old King's road .
when we play ecarte to-night he will rise a
(one leading to camp Piiikney) ; thence by
winner of sufficient to pay for his honeymoon the old King's road to Camp Pinkney on
'ac- at all events. This is not generosityon the St. Marys river; thence down the St. FAMILY SUPPLIES, HEAVY GROCERIES,
my part. Of what use is money to me? I, Marys to the mouth of Little St. Marys river,

: : understand Good-bye me, my, if dear the others not.You will We I I the of beginning.8-To commence at Camp Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,

I II of have often talked of life together know
: ; you Pinkney, on the St.-Marys river ; thence by
of my thoughts, and though here they will the old King:s road to the point where the FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,- ,
did attribute my action to insanity you knowit Alachua trail |eaves it ; thence followingthe
is the deed of a sane, hopeless man Alachua trail to Batton's ; thence west- CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WILLOW-WARE.

I I not hold out many hopes of being ableto Adieu EKXEST.Charles .' erly by the public road to Stokes' Ferry, on -- -------

prove it easily."Appearances. read-the letter with mingled the St. Marys river; thence down the St.
Prices Low the Lowest.
:Marys: river to the place of beginning. as
are terribly against
feelings. He did, not, however, remain District No. 0-To commence at the mouth
YOU, he said.II are known to long'without taking action. The of Buggy creek on Nassau river : following N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernaudiiia'Fla. 1

Lave been on intimate terms with paragraph in the stated that an Boggy creek to the ford of King's road
paper thence north by the King's'road to Alachua -
Dubois. You found to have his
are innocent man had been charged with trail: thence by the Alachua trail to the :F.. .A..LTscrI:1'J: : I t
watch and his money ; there was abso- the murder of the unhappy suicide. ; range line No. 23 ; thence following the

lutely none found on him. Assumingthat Charles knew little of English law, range line south of the base line to 'the MAXCFACTCKER OF I
he was killed for his money, it is boundary line of Duval county ; thence by 4
and feared that
for a moment perhaps the dividing line-betweeri-Duval) and Nassau
Tin 1 Slieet 4ron WareAND
to you that suspicion must point. had al- I
justice overtaken her victim counties to the mouth of Boggy creek,

Seymour groaned. ready. He ran to the telegraph office the place of beginning.. II
'* District No. 10-To at Stokes' DEALER IK I
I was afraid sometimes that he had and before commence .
even wrote out a telegram I Ferry, on the St. Marys river; thence by
something on his mind, he said "I :tie recognized that he did not know the public road to Alachua trail ; thence by
see now why he gave me the watch where to send it. i the Alachua trail to range line :No. 23; AnLijR ijrrI E enn ijK T V tII I
and thence south line No. 23 to' base ,
made me win his money ; he recognized Sooner than not it he ad- by range !
dispatch ,
line ; thence by base line to Crosbey's hay ;
that I had been kind to him 3\
dressed it the chief of
police, prom- thence by Deep creek : thence down Deep
and wished that what he had of value ising to come to England to explain.It creek to the mouth. t-K ...
might benefit me." District No. Jl To consist of all that por-
that he
"I wish happened never glanced tion of the county south oftheltnecorn menc- I 1, .i4 e s,,vs11
to goodness he had found
the advertisement column of the paper, ing at the mouth of Deep creek ; thence by e II
some other way of doing it," said :Mr. so that :Mr. Fullers appeal escapedhis said creek to Crosbey's bay to the base line ; -
Fuller, I'm afraid a jury will not notice. thence by the base line to the,dividing line IMIIIIMAMIAigIh u d;

see things in their real light. Does Thus it'was that the first intimationthat between The voting:Nassau precinct and Duval of No.counties.1 is establishedat I J 1 1I

any one know you played cards with Seymour received of the possibility the court-housein Fernandina.The AF .>

him ? If so, that would help to account of proving his innocence was the precinct of District No. 2 is estab- I .
lished at Amelia settlement, formerly J. I
your possession of the,money entrance of :Mr. Fuller with Ernest's -
Vaughan's place, situated in section 15, '
and we might suppose that he com letter to Charles in his hand. township 2 north, range 28 east.,, XPOS T gHi''

mitted suicide because he lost so muchto The identity of the dead,man with District No. 3.-The precinct is establishedat MF -
School House No. 20. 1 located on land .
you. Ernest was easily established : the deeded by W. F Wood to the Board of Public 1 i ii I '
Seymour was obliged to confess thatno : Jie us Orlenmi_ ,. ..
proof of Seymour's innocence was Instruction for school purposes, and located Of the Latest anti Most Approved Patterns. i -
one had entered the room on in section 37, township 2 north, range j .
made abundantly clear. Before Opening December Ir 1384: Closing May 31,1885.UNnKlt I ",:

either night that they played. Worse Charles returned to France he saw 26 District east. :No. The'precinct is established COOKIXG UTEXSILS OF ALL KINDS, t f : TIIK Al'SriCK* OK THE- I r

than that, it appeared that the waiter Seymour' liberty.One School House No. 12 'at Conevil1(', locatedin I

had seen him returning from Ernest's duty he had to perform beforehe section 43, township 3 north, range 28 east.. LIFT AND FORCE :PUMPS, i United Stales Quernmen 1 !;
room on the of his' death at District :No. 5-The,precinct is established I '
night II -
left and that to erecta I
England, was at School House No. 21, located on land
three I rI
in the morning. The room in memorial stone to his friend. Far deeded by S.A. Swami to the Board of Public WROUGHT-IRON 'PIPES. $l. OOOOO '.'

which they had played was a large from home and friends rested the remains Instruction for school purposes, locatedin I '.
\ the (ieneriii (internment.Conlrilmtril .
one, with a bed In the 'corner the lot 2. section and townsnip2 north, range I Appropriated! city
; of whose
an unhappy man, very 26 east. DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY
rest of :,
the room was furnished as asittingroom. generosity to others seemed fated to District No. G-The precinct is establishedat I $500, OO'". :'
the residence of John Owensin AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. '
them instead of ,
CilirnNew: Orleans.
bring misery happi- TIN I l bV the
Of course taken to' section. township north, range 2(5 east. for Tin Gutters:: promptly filled. ..
gather every care was ness.-All the 'Year Round.RIGISTUATIOY' District :No. 7-The precinct is establishedat Wind Mills for pumping water or running I $200,000 I'
+ every particle of evidence inSeymour's '. School: House 7. in the town of King's light; machinery promptly erected on order. .
favor. The razor was Ferry, on the St. :Marys: river Church. l1'&lctorHncl. School Bells for sale : Appropriatrd: hy.\lc'It'! t ; .

ErDe t'S-:1: small point-perhaps, but. NOTICE. District Nol: 8-The precinct is establishedat ata,, bargain. i $100COO ,: ,:f'
the turpentine still! at John D. Jones', situated .}Tdt-Storey at Wholesale Price:: I .
worth nothing. Then there was no ; ii township north, range 23 east. All goods delivered sit the various transportation Appropriated l>v thr .:stllc..f Louisiana. I...,. : '
*]cn of a struggle. The natural THE REGISTRATION BOOKS of the District No. 9-The precinct is establishedat stations within the city 'free of

answer to that was that Ernest was l Election Districts of Nassau, School House No. 5, located in the town charge. All sales for cash. : $100,OOO, J '
will be in each of said dis- I
County opened
asleep. It of Callahan. on the Transit Railroad. l of New Orleans. ._
CORNER BROOMS AND SECOND STS. i Arprol'iated Ity the'City
unfortunately happened tricts on Saturday, October 11th, 1884, and District: No. 10-The precinct is *established '
that there' was not an atom of 'circumstantial will be opened on each Wednesday and Sat- at Mr. L. W. lIig inbothom's. situ- 'Fernandina. Fla.. 12. 1884. From ,$5000 to $25,000, '
:. July ;
urday thereafter until Friday the 24th day ated in section 4
evidence in the prisoner's 22, township north.'range Appropri.itril t fr>v Inmnii.,l,Ur >tatcbjCities "
I of said month inclusive from 0 o'clock I '
favor ; a. 24 cast. nut l'orciii; CountrieS .
which could not,- be met, while I m. to ,2 o'clock, p. nt., and on such other District No. 11-The precinct is established 11 O GOOD. I .r'

OJi the other hand were some of the days as ,the registration officers may deem at School House No. 28, located on land GiNiSi: E .,y State and Territory :n the Union represented.,
most between said dates for the ,and nearly all tie Lfaeir.* Nations and ;.
convincing facts that ever sent a necessary purpose deeded by George Bryce to the Board of I Coumnes of Ire Wond. 'JI
of registering all qualified unregistered Public Instruction situated k
man to the purposes
scaffold. -NEW AND
electors in said districts: in section:! 30. township 1 south range The Biggest Exhibit,the BigBSst Building and the
Perhaps the points on which Seymour The law requires that electors shall regis- 24 east.. JOHN A.'EDWARDS, ALL KINDS OF MACHPBY AT: LOW PRICES I Biggest Industrial Event in theWorld's '
s lawyers ter in the district in which they reside, and Clerk Circuit Court. fig
chiefly depended were Complied Orange Box epd Shingle Machine History.
his inexplicable, in no other. Fernandina, Fla., October 1, 188-1. Eagle Gins, Saw Mill. Planers Kenaws, &e : t' ,
: conduct supposing hefJ'e of the officers Af"f'J.lCATIOS I'm E'iI.Rll-: ; ,I.If!':"JtY.CF1VII' :
The deputy registration -
the names -____n_____ ARk for_Cat_al,_ and Prices before.bnvtng.HANDLE covEKaunru rtt'K ,:" 1'mF.1'tr.: VHuK'rr- ,I"-
\ murderer and the the districts to which they are appointed .
hope'of OF sUW' C'T.IIU.V 'Hi.-'K KF AXV .
discovering who the dead man really the place of registration and the bound- & 1fG NMACH f DO t\I I7I'>;X Fort ti. ,lIJ i ',* I g'i I.; .

t Ias It was to the latter point that aries of the districts are as'follows: RJ.j.t\'L "ESTATE :AGENTS, 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCHMTI, 0. '; the The rY"I nnnnis pf' trm"uortot. un, secured for the I t r": .

Mr. Fuller bent his" attention, .. ST-MARY'S, GEORGIA. (Write for Catalogue and minticn this paper.) 'i people ryerywhcrs. I I ,'
:Seymour:; had }lived in France Place of Name of '::oJ' I: For information; ,n idresE.A. t : '
a. t"
Ilcsristration.Clerk's ItegisteringOtficer. Loans procured Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges FORMACHINERY- i : UUKKE.: i
considerables time, and had numerous ..... ," Director(JeneraiV.. J. .1- C. C. E.,
eflected. .. I
X1."! OKr.EA.N5. "
friends in Paris. Some of these w reWrItten Mill Sites, Town Lots' from 25 feet toI I!= -, -

to, and as more than one had office......:... J. A. Edwards........ .1 acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 j. : .

considerable influence la' literary Amelia.................. W. F. Scott............. 2 acres, for sale., 1I 1-- UCY COTTAGE: ', ,
X. B.St.. Mary's having been selectedas L
Circles O'Neil's Residence... Isidore O'Neill.:. 3 ,
I :
paragraphs appeared in several School House No.12 N. Priest................ 4\ the terminus, of the Atlantic& MississippiCanal Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel;
Journals detailing the mystery of thefrenchman's Hart's Road........... ,, \\: Farmer......... 5 :' (under the survey; made for Govern- I OF ALL KIXDS"I I
death. Advertisements Residence J. Owens: John Owens..............6 ment by General Gillmore), charters for theconstruct.iol1 I Ff nXDIS...\:. FLORIDA.
Were also inserted Kings Ferry-........: T.'J, Higginbothani 7 of which having been granted Gp to F. 11 f. Robinson, i i" I
vould which,it was hoped. BoulogneCallahan. ............... Geo. W. Hodges...... 8' by the United States Government, and the iI i Offers pleasant rooms.well furnished with i..:
bring some result. ................. San11Iel.Tones.......... 9 Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large MANUFACTURER and DEALER, ''or without board. Table Boarders will be
However, more than a week passedud Higginbotham's...;...L.\\ .H gd Ibotlmm 10' increase in the value of adjacent lands may accommodated; also transient. 11'

a nothing happened. Ernest had Brandy Branch....... Noah A. Hicks........ 11 be Sun confidently, 27-3-83.)looked for." (See Xew York JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. I 2 Miss- LUCY O., THO IPSOK.




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'lid 11 We have full I patients all of whom were benefited in the Overcoats and Winter Clothing
ae ,. E LUl l1JA MlllltO It. a ,
; same wa\'. At cost, AT PAUL :FCNfiE'8
i Florida where the
: GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. : $ The eucalyptus; will flourish anywhere in

rkrlt campaign of the our southern climate, and is an ornamentalas Lost.
; } .fr Subscription; 83 per year; six months; 81.I On Sunday last, between Old Town
is carried on by well as useful and interesting tree. cenle-
,' tery and Old Town and back
) Office corner! Centre and First streets second floor. to Mr U
' k appointed by a on's stable a German silverbound"ivorv
I For C.erk of the Circuit Court. two-foot rule. The tinder will be
RATES OF ADVERTISING. tration. rewarded
} I|1 Ten rants a line for the first and five cents for We respectfully present to'the Democraticvoters by returning it to R. M. HE.NDERSOX.

*, Y each subsequent Insertion. Next, we have the of Nassau'county the name of JohnA.
: Edwards for re-election to the office of Call and See the Great
Special local notices 15 cents a line. the party in power Bargains
Clerk of the Circuit Court. For the past
Reading notices,25 cents a line. In Blankets, at J. & T. KYDD'
ganized bodies of eight years Mr. Edwards has filled the position .
Special rate for time advertisements upon appli first as Deputy then ns Clerk with
cation at the office. imposing heavy credit to himself and the county and in Clam Chowder
....... ,
'> -"" -'>' S '
1 cles they our opinion no better man could be fou nd This evening, at
Communications upon all,matters of local inter-
for the tf J. FRED
position. LOHMAX'S.A .
s' j nest solicited from all parts of the county and from made immense MANY VOTERS OF THE COUNTY. _
e- along the lines of Florida railways. Great ReductionIn
All, communications intended for publication I their monopolies For Clerk of the Court. Dress and House-Furnishing Goods
i11 ; should 1)6 addressed to the Editor: all business are willing to pay The undersigned, yielding to the solicita- AT PAUL F(; KI't.!

+? f letters, simply, to THE FLORIDA MIRROK.SATURDAY. which tions of'a large number of voters in the
ar 4S a system county, announces himself ,as a candidatefor
l Miss L. G. Watson
: I ; : OCTOBER 18. 1SS4.uTHE and robs the people.: the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court,
and asks the suffrages 'of the Democratic Has opened a Select School for young girls!
the means to beguile voters of the 'count).. elected I promiseto and children, in the house on Ce'ntre street
3L x DEMOCRATIC TICKET. perform the duty devolved upon the corner of Seventh. Terms liberal! '
< the idea that it is
k ;!, office faithfully, to the letter. Miss Watson will ,commence a class in
,, k 7. ;:; [ are looking for GEORGE E. WOLFF. Decorative Painting Embroidery, etc.. on
3 : \1. FOR PRESIDENT: Monday October 6th, 1884.

i .fl t :; :>: GROVER CLEVELAND Next, comes an For County Treasurer.I ,References! : Rev. O. P. Thrckara. MrS,

and contractors who announce myself for re-election to the Swann, Mr. H. E. Dotterer, ,Judge C. V"
,. ; OF NEW YORK. position of County Treasurer, and solicit the Hillyer, Major F McWhorter. 45
f A M. .1 "i on the jobs given support of the Democratic voters of Na saucounh'

jj i officials and who ( G. STARK. Bargains in Dress Goods
\ j I FOR VICEPRESIDENT.t : ) Fernandina, Fla., Oct. 6, 1884..

"if :: :THOMAS\ A. HENDRICKS, ing of the books nor At _J._& T. KYDD'S.
For County Commissioner.,
a.-\. i I OF INDIANA. the departments. ( I announce myself to the Democratic voters Blankets and Comforts

k' m* h'- ,- -' liberally, to prevent 1 ) of Nassau county for the position of Below cost, AT PAUL FCXKES.

) I ) : County Commissioner, and ask the supportof
n\--\ : # :\I \ FOR GOVERNOR: the
government, the Democratic voters of the county. Post-Office Notice.

t.r- ,.r,. '. :"ElWARD A. PERRY, for the PIIINEAS JOHNSON.
r. 'j ,. ; hard success Italia, October 10, 185-1. Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00: p. M.
I 14: -.'- .": J f OF ESCAMBIA. lican ticket. Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
w f + fi .- \ ,, : j. A Card. 1 Money Orders and Registered Letters from
.,' ;F.':"' :, I"OR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: Next, come the My name having been mentioned fre- 8:00 A. )(. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 Yp. jr
'" I quently in connection with the position of to 3:30: P. M.ARRIVAL.
: ..MILTON H. MABRY\ like the Pacific Sheriff of Nassau County, I bed to state thus
,." : Gould's railroad publicly that, while I appreciate the good AND DEPARTURE OF TilE MAILS.
It : |I OF SUMTER. ( )
f '
'.", ', t offices of my friends, for various reasons Transit & Peninsular Railrtad-

';. i I have obtained : personal to myself, I cannot accept the posi- Arrives daily except Sunday....... 4:00 p. M.
,<, FOil
: :
tion. In thus the honor I to
lands and declining beg 'Brings mails from the North,the
r. + ,.: :, CHiARLES; DOUGHERTY, say to my friends, that in the present incumbent Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -
built their roads of the office have better
I'. they a man railroads.
I OF VOLUSIA.TOR : suited for the position'than other
4"' ( I i bonds, and seek to \ i : in the county, and 1 ask them any to support man Closes daily except Sunday.......... 6:00: A.a.
: Takes mails for the North the
L him at the election: ,
,:: MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. I ment1 of principal H. C. PICKETT. Gulf coast,Transit and Peninsular -". FRED W. HOYT, I class of speculators Callahan, Fla., August 27 1884. roads.Leesburg .
", 1 train arrives daily......... 8:30 \.M.
'j' ',", .' k. OF FERNANDINA. : Thurman's bill and Western mail
; ', ,, If: "' For Sheriff. only.
''I'v; ( ;:, \<:'" ".: : ':: "'\V. A. MAHONEY: then a ready ally, The undersigned,'announces himself as a Fetnanama tSc Ja,,sonville Railroad-
i .: fl1; .-; candidate for Sheriff of Nassau County,and
i : *.$- ;u,, :r,Y ; OF _CALLAIIAN. see their friend asks the support of the Democratic voters of Arrives daily except Sunday........ 8)0.t.M.

i4l- Against all this the county at the coming! election. Brings the Jacksonville and St.
? "Thb indispensable necessity of J. A. ELLERMANN. John's river mails.

power and patronage Fernandina, Fla., August 29,1884. Arrives ........ 5.00
'' !,, : times is'a change of administra- daily except Sunday p.a.
j our
E this country have it Brings mails same as above.
iration:; in the great executive affairsof For Sheriff.I Closes daily except Sunday......... 9:00 A.M.
each individual voter
announce myself a candidate for Sheriffof Takes the Jacksonville,St.John'sRiver
thej;l country. This, in my judgment for honest reform in I Nassau County, and ask for the votes of and Northern mails.

jean only he. accomplished by tions of government all the Democrats. BURT G. DYAL. Closes daily except Sunday........... 5:30: P.M.
the election of the Democratic cant Callahan. Fla., August 26, 1884. Takes the Jacksonville,St.John'sriver ::!
of the Democratic Northern and Western mails.

: ; : by the election of Sunday Jail-
,: .' jdent.' -SAMUEL J. TJLDEN..THE hereby present myself to the Democratsas Jacksonville and St. John's River,

t' :,,' 1 __ Congress. _, a candidate for Sheriff and respectfully arrives....................................10:25 A. M.
""I .' \ ; =' --- solicit their support. Northern mail arrives.................,9:00 P.M.
,:,4 i.c TUESDAY'S CHAS. .W. CONE. Jacksonville, St. John's River and

: .1 9 r ,fear that in the intense inter- The' elections on the North closes....................... 6:00 A.M.
For Collector of Revenue. Jacksonville and St. John's River

*t h'i, V t,., ."jst of the campaign, the great assemblages Ohio and West The friends of Mr. WARREN F. SCOTT beg only, closes............................. 4:00: p. M.

;. ..r-: :: the long processions, the regarded in any the to, present Democratic his name voters for of the Nassau consideration county for'of SAML. T. RIDt>ELL. P. M.

.' i:' ::! \\," ',,;" speeches\ and the enthusiasm, there drawn, battle. re-election. Mr. Scott. as "is well known,

t:4 F : ,:::.;t. ;... ,is danger that the real issue may not turns at hand, the has elected been will a good serve: and'with faithful the same officer fidelity and to if, -TJIE-

'p'< ';::'ih ij- bo sufficiently impressed upon our carried Ohio by the people that he has done heretofore.For Florida Photographic- View Co.

:' Ieop1.The l address of the Demo- majority, while the Collector, of Revenue.
'+ i Yielding to the urgent solicitations of the HAVE
I: craticj-National Committee' and the elected their entire
} No. I
(; .\ Democratic voters of hereby GALLERY
i.' '(, It'l{ ; letter 'Jbf Mr. Tilden, deserve a most West Virginia. : ; announce myself as a candidate for the

'[ tF office of of Revenue of Nassau
: k''II ,,;, I'k : .- carefu, : ): study and. most earnest eration that the ; County, and ask the suffrages of the Demo- Opposite the Post-Office

':r.' :' f' thought., We are, as a people, at in Ohio was cratic voters of the county. J. E. DAVIS. where they propose to do first-class work

+ I ; ''1r": ." It +r',u this hour engaged in a life struggler most desperate King's Ferry, Fla., Sept 17, 1884. DE'V having AAL.secured well known the services as:: a of superior MR. CIIAS.Artistin

\ .J ':' : !1 reform the corruption which l has any party in any ; For Tax Assessor. Portratit Photography.

\t' r,. ,,. '\\f..J'i' '",,t':.: :for the 1 last twenty-five years been leading the battle in Believing that I.have proven myself a Patronage respectfully solicited.
d faithful servant of the people of Nassau jZST- LANDSCAPE
:. r'," ': !'1 1:. mating'I';- into our government, and unlimited county. and considering myself by reason also promptly attended to.

'<'I t of past experience, fully competent to per- MARSHALL & DOn ISS.
J t F Itj1'4' which; has pervaded every branch of bribe the venal, ; form the difficult duties of this important 47

I 'r' :'the public service. In 1876 a great Federal officials ; office, and pledging myself to a faithful dis- FOR RENT-
of the duties
4 N nd successful made the : charge devolving upon me.
+ ,' effort was by important if elected, I hereby place myself before youas DWELLING AND STORE.

i 4 the people to elect a President who largest vote ever a candidate for Tax Assessor of,Nassau LARGE extensive yard-room and gardens
county, and respectfully solicit your suf-- suitable for a
attached, on Alachua street;
a Would reform and restore the public party' has nothing' frages. ,Respectfully, large family or boarding-house. Possessioncan

service..FraudulentconsPiraciesthensrl the comparatively ; W. H; GARLAND. be given about August 1st.

thwarted the will of the people. Mr.Tilden \ fact with the Notice.
For terms etc., apply to
I am a candidate for the office Assessor ,
a fairly and honestly elected, vote in November, of Revenue, and respectfuily solicit the sup- G. STARK.
port of Conservative Democrats of the,coun Fernandina, May 2, 1884.
defrauded of the certain lose it.
was, by jugglery, to ty. T. J. WINOATE.

r' occupation of the office to which he Speaking of the Evergreen Fla., Sept 24, 1884. $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTtIl\ /

ivas elected. Again, in 1880 the popular and West Virginia For Tax Assessor. ,
tl I ON receipt of $5 we "-
? -
r k The friends of Mr. T. G. P, Thompson
vote invoked to stem the Times ElecT: ::
} was adelphia says announce him for the position of Assessorof will send you an i E=
l tric Lamp. Burglar -:::::: ::::
in the The Presidential Taxes for Nassau county. 'Mr. Thompis -
.ti1' :increasing corruption government Alarms Call Bells fj
('MaY $1. / :
first-class' business and if elected
a man -
4 r A corruption fund of millions back to New York, and ) will give the office that careful attention $1. ElectricGasLight, 0 -- '"
the home-stretch Instruments
vastly er, Telegraph
which it demands.
raised the leaders of the Republican
was by odds largely in his MANY DEMOCRATIC VOTERS. Medical Batte-

{ party, under the convenient by only the most Fernandina. Fla., September 27, 1884., ries'"In, &c.regard to your new Electric Light.we .

t ''i name of "soap," and voters were debauched not a doubtful For Superintendent of Public In- think you will be exceedingly successfulin

be given to Cleveland; ,struction. securing its universal adoption.
thousands in Indiana.
Ml : by
igan and Wisconsin Yielding to the solicitations of Yery truly yours MINER & REDKIELD. "
many Y.
737 Broadway, N.
aId? elsewhere through star-route
friends I candidate for
ance. New Jersey may announce myself a "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests

{ : .'t gents, and again the will of the people for Cleveland; New ,, struction the office of and Superintendent ask of the Public In- of your new Electric Light. I believe you
respectfully supportof
t! will find difficulty in bringing it into
4 t'' 1' was thwarted. will be desperately the Democratic voters Nassau county.
general use. Eastern Man. Northwest--
JU1ft the, outside track, and JOHN OWENS. "
.M Many good citizens have become ern Lumberman. HENRY BINGHAM.
Massachusetts Evergreen Fla., Sept 24, 1884.
even tests
"We take in that the
pleasure stating
y' i
the failure of the
discouraged by effort to made of Electric
Republican ; for Superintendent of Public In- we your Light proved per-
v'strong' 1 popular efforts to effect a The vote of New struction.The fectly satisfactory. You will have a large
1 and ready sale. Yours truly,
the Presidential friends of ')Ir. Lewis W.
tY change in the government, and fear great Higgin- RICHARDS & Co,
M settled the desperate botham hereby present his name for the Y."
; 24 and 26 Fourth Avenue. N.
that the of and
patronage election the ,
power by Democratic voters of this
I is evident that the The above testimonials explain them-
nioney is:toq great to be overthrown. ,county to the office of Superintendent of
ment in that Public Instruction. Mr. Higginbothamhas selves.WE
: .
? The, National Democratic Committee changed, to give Blaine served a term of two years, and has W. FOSTER & CO..
Cleveland. It
defeating proved a faithful and efficient officer.
t *m. set forth very clearly the influences complications may give 45-3m 21 Park Row. N. Y.

1, and the powers which are as it was posssible, for Superintendent of Public Instruc
I t t give Ohio to the tion. Wood, Wood.
t. -arrayed against every effort at' effect- ginia to the I'he undersigned announces himself as a Having recently established:: a WoodYardnear of administration States prove that candidate for the office of Superintendent of Dury&e's mill, provided with all the,
change :
g local Public Instruction for
mount to Nassau county. If necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
; .. Y 'First, the immense army of office- is not likely:to be an elected by the Democratic voters of the FIRE-WOOD
) ;' t ent outlook promises county for the position I promise to admin- ,
I t Ji )ldersrwlio,, are forced to contribute 30.000 to 50,000 for ,,' ister the office faithfully and with equal I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood

t i. ktbeirmmney and time to upholding I and the aspect of the fairness to,all sections of the county. sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fire-
: ?
; tially,changed if \' J. T. HIGGINBOTHAM. place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .

f 1 ,, r' .end perpetuating the administration be elected President in King's Ferry, Fla., Sept., 17, 1884. : A. ELLERMANN.
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R+rTLMRoyAa auTnv_ ai : : : BIQ'S ]1 F". .LL C A: [:PAIGN [ .. ii'

$ ** .

i Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the

Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking,advantage of, cash pur- WINTER GOODS

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


Latest Styles in We have received our stock .1 .r GENTLE,IE\'S't3

We have endeavored to select the Fall, Dress Goods, FALL CLOTHING, ,::,
Furnishing Goods-
** SILKS, CASHMERES, Men's, Boys' Youth's.Brocades .

Latest and Most toe V I in all the i
POWDERAbsolutely Stylish Designs to, Found, e ve An elegant line. Also theLatest
Velveteens, etc.
.. I
Pure. and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,:and see the Great Bargains .A fine assortment of We are Special Agents for

IN. ,
mHlS POWDER never varies., A marvel BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths' and Cassimeres, DOWNING,, ZING & CO.,

I of purity,strength and\Vh A.I e economical than the ordinary kinds, -JIMMENSE BABGAINSIto BOOTS, SHOES,
andr cannot be sold in competition with the And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
8nltitude of low test,short weight,alum or Goods. TRUNKS AND VALISES,
nhospliate:I powders. Sold only in cans. Suits made to order, and ag
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., be had in' Fernandina at the establishment of Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Fit Guaranteed. (
line of
.. large
lOG Wall Street New York.
3S i
Fancy Goods and Notions,
JAMES JIcGIFFIN, .,S**U n d erwear.- SPECIAL ORDERS ; :0HOSlfry '
and Gloves :
nOXTRACT'OR: AND BUILDER, MOD BROTHERS from Low-Priced to Fine ,1' -:u; in New YorkGoodsatLowPrices. ':,';"

Street,between Second and Third, :: <

r. -JI.: : .VJJ: : :), ,, ;_
Orders and estimates from a distance carefully 7

attended to. 25-tf''' DRY ? GOODS, FANCY GOODS, I '; Northeast corner Centre' and Third? Sts.' i', -,


,. .

Inland Steamboat Co. Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil, Cloths. --


A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque YORK. ,,>'

Sea Islands. 100 pJEJdEJ: : i MATTINGS: : "
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THE STEAMER Ji s s s d i = fi S

rrx'r'-- ?=

/ > MODE, BKO'S .",

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18-ly FERXAXDIXA, LOUIDA. ;:'. : :
: :,t';.:

LEAVES. Friday mornings.
Uettmiins, leaves SAVANNAH, foot of PAUL FUNKE'S,
Lincoln street, every Sunday and Thursday
mornings,at 8:30: o'clock, standard time. -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS
for Regular and Special Excursion Tickets CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,080 T<)NS.
-TO1'oinls Hi--Ff-r+iiFiFIF1iiFtF1I -+ HI STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543 TONE4.CARON .

in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, ] ELET, .' apply'' to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
anJ. Bryan streets,Savannah. I DRY GOODS EMPORIUM I 't .
Brunswick pa/!enjjers either way will be
transferred at St.Simon's by Steamer Ruby. x ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
Freight: not signed for 21'hours after arrival
will be at,risk of consignee.F. H II 1 -I 1 1 i i
W. SIMMONS, Agent, of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK :,
Fernandina, Fla. THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND. Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad.

J. X Savannah, Ga. I This Line, having no Transfers between ,Fernau tUna and New
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ,
C. C, STRATTON & CO., The traveling public are offered,the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to'all points on the ST.
Fla., the author : RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
ized Agents to contract for the sale of their PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
= for LAKE WEIR.


freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to
wishing to will all information Dress Silks .
purchase get Goods cashmeres i
: as regards prices from them. S R. 1V. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
samples of different qualities and styles ,, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
can be seen at the office of H. MALLORY & CO.,
MODE BRO'S, Pier 20 East River.New York. 51-'
-"J 0(.. Fernandina. FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc. -


of hc rendered in the Circuit Court BLANKETS AND I HOUSE-FURNISHING I GOODS }) :
Fourth .
Nassau: Judicial Circuit of Florida, H. E. DOTTERER ':
ber C'.ountr,on the 4th day of September I
r.A:D.l8S3 by"rYoung, Esq., ref-- (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) ..
J."harton, for foreclosure of mortgage ,
i will, :Is Special Master named in Edgings Gloves and Mitts. 1
aid'de otr Hamburg '" '
rroe' V1"for sale' tthe highest bidder + '>

d'the beingthe! orethe.onrt the thirld:1Y!fiat: Monday of-IlousedoorinFernannaon said of month November, between next-, ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' -t-FINE{ FAMILY GROCERIES } ;

] i +-
b.IOU I of sale' on said day, all the # .
\VhX tItle' and Interest which Thomas J. >
D ,:nor" had/"the 28th day of April, A Furnishing Goods
\1,1 47,1n to lot No. ((9)) nine, in Block ; EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

iina Twenty-five..A ((25))'in the City of Fernan- C

Terms assau cash,County purchaser, Florida.paying for title.'' FALL CLOTHING FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .


Flj Sept. 29, 1884. 45-td CAPS,
.. .. '
L"w Aand b> virtue of an execution '
?ll out.f the Circuit Court, Fourth TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
'in a suit. 111' and for Nassau County, i : <.
In saId Court .
determined, wherein
Theo '
bei:, warluck{ 'J! Illaintitrand Henry Ho- t-
w'viii UelUldant'v l t have levied upon and : SOLD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS COFFEES 1- -,
publiq auction in front of the .
) 311d1 i the city of Fernandina, on
y the .day of November, 1884, during -
itl BI the lock i('g'al soiree of sale Lot number 28 -BY- THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.NEW .

F'rn: number! 2G9-situated|in the city of

th.T.crrns property 1 hnn Ulsh..,of aSl purchaser Henry County IIobc paying, levied. for upon PAUL. FUNKE.. GOODS -Received by Every Steamer., j

45-td J. A. ELLERMANN : -" ,.:'. :.. '" '; '. =: -
: : '
Sheriff Nassau Co. ';>';.'.;.' -, Cor. Second and Centre: Sts.. FER\ANDINA, FLA.
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'.. .,' ,, THE': ,FLOK1M" ;; ,MIRROK- :; OCTOBER.18. ; 1884.. I

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'GKXERAL, DIRECTORY.'. BAKER COUNTY. -'* I. Assesstorofjdfes: -J.,c. Matthews.Collecor LIBERTY. .. t HOLMES.. ._
t'': \ ;'i. Counfy :Judge;'11. D. Davis, Sander ii.: uJ dteZ'C'utteF: Trantha'ui, )'l. ) :: }"';
4 Gmnty Judfie- J.Suluunins.r: l' f County Judge-A. II. Brownell
United States Officers. u .
Ocala.'Superintendent. .
Clerk F. J. Pons Sanderson. -
.. ; (JleTl---\\', \\\ Jeter. .' .. : Clerk T.ll.
:# '? r-*" 8rc '" ."H rndon ,..,;., ,,,: ,. ./. ; Pitman.
a LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. '}'. "Sheriff-IT.- : ;'Sand non. of Schools)I JJ.-Paine,. Sheriff-Il.Y. Hosfonl.; ** ; : Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis. "
1 Assessor of Taxes-. .- ),V._ Cobb San- F McCoy.. .
i' Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesvillef,,- derson.. -. ',<:- Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. f Treasurer-Daniel D. Gi lh.. "
"'1 Receiver-John] F. Rollins Gainesville. COUNTY. Collector of Rez'elute-Thos. P. Shnler. Collector ofiRevenuc-William
r .Survey or-General-Malachi; Martin, Talla-. Collector of' Retenue-J.' "' R. Henidon- -, San- County Jtldg Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessor of Tuxes-Wm. E. Shuler. I Assessor of Taxes-J. Ji Newton. .
: hassee. derson". .Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West ., Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson. I Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell
i Superintendent.of Schools--Jas.D. Chalkcr, Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. I Cnrrr.
#' Sanderson., Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. WASIIIXGTOX.
f Maioney, Jr. -
;;. Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY: KeyAVcst. ." 'Judge-N. C. Shackelfdfct.i. -"..' ,I. County J/l le-''''InK Jones.

M + w x Jfcrshal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J7 It. Richard,'Prorldellce.OlerkHellrv' Collector of Ret'e1lUe-\ason.f S.' ''Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. *. t Clerk-J. Ew Skipper.Sheriff .
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. F. York, Lake Butler. Key" est. Sheriff \VrII. Hutchinson.! I E. P. Melvin.

,'. 4 'Collector-iJennis Eagan,'Jacksonville.COLLECTORS : Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake West. Collector of Rez'e1111e-unuE'1 Palmes.Assessor Collector ofRereuue-John Roche.

'" + '. ,' Butler. NASSAU COUNTY. '. of Taxes-George Reese. I Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.
r OF CU TOYs : ; Collector of Revenue-Hunherry "Haynes"; County Judge-Hinton J. 'Baker, Fernan Superintendent of Schools N. M. Sc<\rrit t. i Superintendent ofSchjwff-I)., H. HUril,
N .101111.'v. Howell Fernandina.'ht' .
'. t t ,Sa.utaFe. w- J.a dina. WALTON.CorattyJudgeeDaniel ," I CALHOUX.

t, r .... .John Ed wiii P.Higgins House,,St.-Augustine.Jacksonville .' -. Starker..-Superintendent* ** of Scltools-. ..L.... B..- -Rhodes* ,' Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. : 1 McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.
Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Clerk-D. McLood.. Clerk-James S.Fannin.
-; BREVARD'COUNTY.. Assessor of Taxeitr-Wm. H. Garland, Fer Sheriff -J. '\ Campl-ell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
,., I' :. 1 I State Officers. '. County Judge-James A. McCrory,. City nandina. Treasurer-James :S.: Bowers.! I T'casllrCi"-J. P, Richards.

:.' ,Point.. Collector of-. Revenue-Warren F.' Scott. Fer-' Collector of lbre'iwen.. McLeod. Collector of Reiemie -Joel P. Atkins.
,. : '1 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. Ar Stewart, Titusville. nandina., Assessor of 7xesI... Campbell. ; Assessor of Taxes-John ]M.,Bush.
Sheriff-John H. Laws City Point. Superintendent of'-Schobtsr-L. Superintendent of Schools- i /:c. Dot1 13s. t
i : Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. W.: IIi .gin- 0 Superintendent of Schools-W;G. COI\\el(.!,
Assessor bothani Callahan. "
1: Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel of Taxes. Wallace R. Moses, Geor- --

,.. Key West.'k' .gianna., County/ Treasurer-Gnstav Stark, Fernan -,.' --=
Collector oj'Retenuc-D. W. McQuaig, BreyardkCounty. dina. TEE CELEB P TED
John L. Crawford
.State Tal-
Secretary of -
l ,;', u..,. lahassee. .-. ', : -.. ORANGE COUNTY.

f t'' t t [)Comptroller W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent' of SW oZs. -. )I. E.' English.,- County Judge-J: M. Bergs, Orlando.
flMt : Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee Titusville. Clerk Thus. J. Shine, Orlando. _
It 'it i Attorney-Generat-George P. llaney, Tall CLAY COUNT- Vi.: Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Orlando.. wooToisrSOLID .. y yN nH' i.
i ,': hassee. I (JuntyJudgeJ.' T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James* M.: Owens:Fort

.4 Commissioner of Lands-P. ,V. White. : Part.- . h .t Reicl.Fla. COMFORTKVERYBODY"OFFICI", .,:tljP LLlw4T. \(
Ir Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston. Green Cove Spring. Collector of Reve>iue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. :- -
Superintendent Public Instruction K. Sheriff=James AV. De Witt, 'Green. Cove Sanford. '

7 d Foster, Tallahassee.AdjutantGeneralJ.B.. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks .
Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T, J; Branning. Fort Reid. ,t, r DELIGIITED
t: BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue:-.A. S Chalker. PUTNAM 'COUNTY:' T7""* ,' 1 I1 Y / 4144V .

lm.missioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools R. W. Davis, Judge] of Probate -n.IIarrison.Pabtka.. WITH TIEEJI

r s s Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.. r a'a
i'. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas ..
+ filially. "
Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee.
''I' w r, Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. Woods.. ,
Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake'City. Collector of Rel.'f:1Ule-J Price. No. S Flat Top.
';i : Building, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. Why.use Desks, I of ordinary

9 : 1 v- t SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City.Collector Strickland. construction when, for slight

: ; b : (Chief ustice-: ::M.,Randall, Jacksonville. of Taxes-J. L. .Parish. ,.Lake.City. TAYLOR COUNTY. --PA-A additional cost you can have:

;'' '. Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry.Sheriff wt.W the benefit of our improve
z r'T1 see. Lake City. Green :B. Weaver
Perry. =- "'
t Associate Justice-R. B. Van ments? Awkward closets and
Valkenhurgh, DUVAL'COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calltoun, Perry. 'IlipSh
rd 'a 3i Jacksonville. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. J; Faulkner. .side drawers done away with.
Clerk-0. II. Foster, Tallahassee. l ,
S' sonville. Perry. I a' ; ui7 i It substitute revolving cases.

+ CJHCUIT JUDGES." Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.Sheriff County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton Perry! which swing with a slight

';t 1' First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Surveyor=D.N. Cox, Perry. I a ,- ,,, t, ? L touch of the hand and
,t ;; sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Collector nt' Rerenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. are
: Second Circuit-David S. Walker Tallahassee. sonville. Assessor of Taxes: -R.L. Henderson.W ., thus enabled, to furnish double

/ Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, ST. JOIIN"S.COUNTY.. I a ___ the space generally given on
'' .; Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, :Madison. Jacksonville. "' =T each side and when cases
4 :. Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent. of.Schools-Albert J. Rus- County Judge! I. R. Cooper, St. ..A.ugusClerknartolo'F.Oliyeros ; are
j. ville. sell Jacksonville. ine. open, the whole interior is

}' Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON: COUNTY. St. Augustine. flooded with- light and all
Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine 'No. 14 Low :Down
ville. Roll Top portions readily reached wit/l/
County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. I
h Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Rogero. St. I out of position. A selection
Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. .Au ustine. change variety of rotary cases are offered for and applied' to-

k ..' Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cock. Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. 'We apply this principle to a great'variety of desks.
Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. .
Court Calendar. Collector of Relenue-'V. H. 'H. ')IcLeo Superintendent of Schools-C. F.
Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine.
FIRST CIRCUIT. of ScJools-J. W.. Reed t
I' ; Fall TermSanta SUMTER COUNTY. ?.r :

: 's ?' Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. II. Steele, Leesburg, Cabinet Office Secretary.

Walton, 4th Monday October. County .Tudge-'V. L. Frierson Brooks- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. ,I d, a OI 7
:t;L : Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday ville. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg..'
., in October. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. i"'"=-" '
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th :Monday Clerk-J. C. Law; Brooksville. Collector of Ret'e1lue-Jo eph Hutchinson ll ? 1' =,c s _, : The most spacious and elegant desk ever p yell -
". in October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. L t,
t Sumterville. 9 = ? ; sentelto the business ablic. One hundred and
Jackson 3d after 4th in Assessor of Taxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ?-
.t. Monday Monday "" '
7 rt -October. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ,,,,- a, G ;Ef'- .en cop artm e nts> as shown in cut, all under

:;,,i r,,,; Escambia, 1st Monday in December. ville.Collector Revenue-F.M.Hedich, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. i y n, :ai' 'i one lock and key. Especially adapted for llern -

'' This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. ---1 1 chants Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Offi-

p, ; 10, 1879, and docs not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, County' Judge -M. M. Blackburn, ,Live 1 -" D a r, !'J vials and Professional Men generally.
Spring Term Fort Dade. Oak. ,

i .' ? THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. v,, ,'W .b
.r, q Spring Term- County Judge-H; L. Crane, Tampa. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
: '. Taylor, 1st' Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G. W.Umsted.'Welborn. Wootou Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
'. i a ; April. Sheriff D. Isaac'Craft, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions,
r Madison 2d Monday in April. Wei born. MANUFACTURING
Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. WOOTON DESK CO.
'r' Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. o. C. Jones ,

r: Sawanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND, IND., U. S. A.
in April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.
Columbia, 3d Monday after. 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge=James H. Chandler, Enter-
s ..
t t I Lafayette, 6th.Tuesday after 4th :Monday County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello. Clerk-John- W. Dickins, .Enterprise.Sheriff .

in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. i W. A. Cone, Enterprise. .
t r >& Fall Term- Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S.. D. Hodges, Glen :';'>'..1'.y.- : ", '....
1 Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Cove. r"
Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor,
'' October. Collector of ,,Revenue-P. N. Bryan Glen' YRUiv4t
Monticello. -,, '..-: ;: ; :; ;/' '-T). .".
in'October. Cove. : 1 ;
I ;; Madison, 2d Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon ",, : :
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Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston,

t I i Su wan nee, 1st :Monday after 4th :Monday Collector of Re1entte-J. ,H. Tucker, Mon Enterprise. ., ;"...'.:',.f. \ ,'
in October. .
i I ticello. w AKULL.COUNTY.
I' Columbia, Monday after4tb :Monday in Assessor of Taxes-J. P.. Grantham. Wau- County Judge W. A. Giles, Cra'ford ville. i .

(, October. keenah. Sheriff-Charles"Alligood. Crawfordville. EW1UiIJui
r/ i. V J? Lafayette October., 6th Tuesday. after 4th Mondayin LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA I

I *' ,., ; FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon New Troy. Crawfordville.Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, _
''I u r11 S Spring Term Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. IMPROVEMENT COilPANY. I
p a '' '' St. John's 2d Tuesday March. Clerk-Neal A..McAlpin, New Troy. fordville.County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- l'O'VN

4th in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy.
Clay; Tuesday Collector
'+ of Ret'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw.
t .. I Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Fernandina,
i i 2d County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
Baker, Tuesday in April. .
Assessor Tares-H.
1 1t of II. Walker, Craw
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+' i I Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. ford vill e. Towns on R. R. Line
( u Duval 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S.' Ackley,
c Fall Term- Old Town. And Cedar Key.
r ; St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain. ,I y

..4 ... Clay 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. li. Shepard.' II I Ii
Treasurer -
!' Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Robinson. i
a' :. Baker 2d Tuesday in October. County.Judge-"Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of RevenueV. J. Williams. \ : .
,.I } Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. I [Offers to Lessees and Purchasers. a large I
a ii CD
'; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tin ner.FOLK. .

,;t' i :' FIFTH CIRCUIT; Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, number of the most eligible and desirable I I
Spring Term- Tallahassee: County Judge-J. A. Fortner. ,t
:% Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for 44

Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of RCIenue-C. C. Pearce' Talla Sheriff W.).Bowen. : .' < ,' !
: R 1 1'J Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday. in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. a '" :,' .City.. or Suburban Residences,, II I
L < Assessor Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. 4" "*"' ,
> i March of Collector of Rez-muc-J.. D. !"llles. -
F Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th ,Monday in Assessor of Taxes-'\". II.Johnson., ....,,- UPON EASY TERMS. I II
: [arch. LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary. II I

t h f r March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.
r'' >r '.' Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. E. Heyser. :; ,, z.. u
d = manufacturing indus-
{ ; Sumter, 1st 'Monday in October. Collector. of ,Ret.'enue-TI. B.. Barco. Cedar Clerk-Po W. Faulkner. I I
k Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Wm. M. Mattaur. I
I a :. Putnam: 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. Jklenden-- Treasurer-J. ".m. Ewan. rial enterprises, who will erect on. the prop I

LCVV. 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Revenue-Wm. II. Ben est.
1 AlacUua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor i
Novel ber.
;'. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon. Mad i- JACKSON. ..;.... "' '. *, ?' '._ \ residence, or. in which' to conduct. theii
son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell1 i
>< .r ,r Spring Sheriff-S. A. Parrimore Madison. Clerk=:.Frank !'hilir s. business. IGU1. rt.P .
I e; er}t Orange: 4th Monday in January. 'Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison .' Bheriff-Anc1rew Scott.Treasurer ..,..... orEGT '{
; Volusia, 3d :Monday in .
.1, Brevjard 1st Monday in February.March Superintendent{ of Schools-Samuel J.Perry, -James E. IIeanr. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS ....f'trlN EVEi "( p..1 NEvcn: :

'r' 4 : Dalll, 3d Monday in April. Madison. Collector of Rel'en1lc-John Anderson. OUT Or ORD RC .
fall T County Treasurer-S. S. Smith. Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W; B. Wy yn.i "\ : by exemption for a term of years from ) 1AsNo UAl'r
1 T : Orange Madison. taxation offered the several cities "
: by and
x. w i ... ; Voliisia Brevard,2d 4th Monday Monday! in in September.September. Assessor of' Taxes-:rW. P. Thompson, Maison. FRANKLIN. ff IiGI f Cmflli i
> Countg Judge Robert G. Baker. towns. .Apply to .
,, DaU2d Monday in November. . .
: Clerk .

County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. ANQ
l ; County Officers. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Treasurer-R.IL-Porter. '" -- -.L j Office cor. Beach"&7th sts.:. 0 0 () F P
;I ALACIIUA.County SllcrijJ-A. Watson Pine Level. Collector of Revenue-George A. Patton': \.: ... ,. : "" i ILL. MASS. GA.
: "' : ,, t"J
,;: ; FOR: SALE: BY
t ; ) Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines Assessor of Taxes-\"'..F. Parrish,' Braden- Assessor of Taxes-F.,J. Egbe .: l .y (; "1" ._",'"f:" ;.C':; f ( .f{. ;f-.' iFf".t. ,';H".J"fr ij..du.--! j

:rill c. ; town. Superintendent of&h oZs-Henrv, C."Hicks.-: ",' :... .,.. "" .:. ": ..... ...... h... .. ,. Wod, Wood.
Fr : Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. ; ; ; Yard
t ; C. Tucker Popash. .. Having recently established a Wood-
Arredondo. ,
ter. Slttrj-S.,, eor; of Taxes-S.H.,, WienagesGaines. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Countg Judge-J. R.Hams. '- ". ;' '' ;,. '-, '. near Duryee's, mill, provided with all the

a;1 1 ville. 1 Pine Level. Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. ." .. ;. ., -,: '" ," necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
Sheriff-Thomas Mitchell. '""
Collector' of Ret'enU.t--H.' C. Denton, Gaines. ,MARION coIINrY. : / '. Trt'lUurer-A. M. Smith. ._ .,}',: I FIRE-WOOD,
k. { ville. : County Judge-SamuelF. Marshall; Ocal I.: Collector of Ret.'eTtue-Il. M. Morgan.' '. F I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, I Clerk-Robert Bullock,'Ocala. Assessor of Taxes-Hamilton 3IcPhaul. '. "I sawed to any lengthsfor either stove or fire-

Gainesville." .' .. ;.; <-. ,. ?' ..1..:&-$ ,-, .Sheriff :-A..B. Crutchfield, Ocala. ,-< ..)v Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison. place, at, ONJS. DOLLAR. PER LOAD.
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: : :T THE FLORIDA MIRROR :' OCTOBER 18, ; 1884. : 1

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for or against Convention, and did therein FINE[
NOTICE OFJLECTION. provide and direct 'that the Secretary of 1/ GOING. NORTH. ST., MARK'S, BRA CH.

State:) should: incorporate with the notice of !..........!.......................-....... ................ Day A.M.Pas. Nt Pas.P.M. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.) '

and Singular the Sheriffs of the the General Election to be held in the year Leave Cedar.Key........... ........ 7.35 7.50 Leave, Tallabassae...................;. ... 8.00am

To All 1884 a notice of such recommendation, MILLINERYAT : Leave.Rosewood.. ...................., 8.07 8.30 Arrive nkulla-...........:............... 9.05 a m
'-'late of Florida: with proper instructions ,as to the mode of ... Leave Otter'Creek.............. Arrive St. Mark's.......................... 9.30:
.. 8 38 9.12 a nl
: JOHN L. CRAWFORD compliance with recommendation ............................ ..-........................... Leave
p YE, that I, ; Leave Bronson.......... ........... 9.15 10.00 SfIark.s.; .........................lO.OO a.111
TT.Secretary of State. of the State 111,1;lor.d ,Now, THEREFORE notice uf such recom- ,Leave Archer....................... 9.45 10.35 Arrive Wakulla-...........................10._5 a in

). notitV .uUI d 'singular: thehcntf mendation is hereby given, and the follow- -,, Leave Palmer.......................10.01. 10.54: Arrive Tallahassee, ....................11.30 a m ,

echo of they set cral Counties, of the State.KXERAI ing instructions are hereby given as to the ,Leave Arredondo.......:..........10 15 11.11 ,
mode of
:I with such
:of, Florida that : compliance recommendation KIJTO'SBAZAR Leave Gainesville.......:..........10.40 11.36,

V < ,ELECTION First, Any elector desiring to vote at such Arrivealdo....... .. ............11.23 A.12.30 M. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
election in favor of such
iilllield\ in each County in Florida on C'.onventionshallhave Leave Waldo.........................11.35 2.00 all points North and East with the Fernan-

eoesday 1 succeeding the the first said MondayTnnSoSinbcr on which written the or printed names on'of tne the same ballot or, HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, Leave Thurston...................11.50 2.30 dina & Jacksonville Short;Line for Fernan-
D. 1884, Tuesday person '
P.M. dina
voted for for ; and with Steamers for all points on
the persons any office or offices at Leave Starke.........................12.30 2.47 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
said election '
being fourth day of! November, the side are thereof or such printed, and on FEATHERS LACE FLOWERS. Leave Temple's ....................12.37 ,2.57 At Baldwin with Florida Transit &'Pen-

and Lieutenant-Governor written same as names are Leave.. a wtey.._....................12.58 3.23 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
r a Governor or printed not on the other Line Leave Highland................... 1.14 3.45 nandina. Cedar
fe State of Florida, mid for four Electors side, the words FOR A CONVENTION A Full of Elegant Lace and Hull Fielms Key, and all Gulf Ports.
()r and Vice-President of the Uni- and elector to .Leave Maxville..................... 1.34 4.15 At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida
01 tl Indent any desiring voteagainst such Arrive Baldwin..................... 2.00 4.50 &Western Railroad. '

tel1...t.ltrs: ; Representative of the I First Co nilJlal a Convention such ballot,shall have the side written thereof or printedon above CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS, Leave Baldwin.......... ........... 2.05 5.40 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

For me of Florida in the Forty- on .' Leave Brandy Branch.........:. 2.25 6.00 Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-
District prescribed the AGAINST A CON
!: : of the United States; VENTION." words Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, Leave Dutton........................ 2.40 6.15 urdays.At .

r-cth Om'ress of the Second Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.50 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
Representative Second The cast this
For onefeinnal District of Florida in the For- shall be,. canvassed votes and on'declaration question and All of the Latest Styles. Leave' Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-

"" of the United States. return thereof shall be made the Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 sacola, Mobile, 'Montgomery, New Orleans,
tffin nth Congress by Inspectors Arrive,Fernandina.........:...... 4.38 8.40. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
the same day a 'General Election and by County CanvassingBoardsIUul: FANS, PARASOLS CORSETS and Northwest and with all boats
\ndon h the State Canvassing Board, in the same ,. 33 Day Passenger daily except Sunday; for Apa-
will be held lachicola Columbus and Eufaula.
Night.Passenger daily.PENINSULAR.
manner and at the same time as''Votl'.s cast
County. of Escambia for a Senator for persons for'offices at said election are Hoop Skirts and Ladies'' Underwear. all The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
die points West.Through .
n the First; Senatorial District; required by law to bo'canvss d, declared DIVISION. Tickets'and Sleeping Car Berths .

frIll tIll County> of Jackson for a Senator. 'and returned. WALDO WILDWOOD secured at Company's Office
Depot Ticket
Senatorial District The attention of the Sheriffs is called to ,
Third ; ,
from the|, -H-H--I 1 II l--tH't II I i II II 1 i I and at new office southwest corner ofBayand
Counties of Calhoun and Franklin the Jaw requiringlwpi; to.camse a notice of GOING SOUTH.
In the ( Hogan Jacksonville Fla.
for a Senator from the Fifth, Senatorial Dis- said election to be published in a newspaper i SUMMER GAMES.: Day Pas. Nt Pas. A. o. MACDONELL,

I. printetlinthcCountyandiftltercl: be no paper, P.M. A.M.
tact"the Counties, of Liberty and "Waukullafora published in the County, they shall cause at 4::I M I I MM I I I f! 1 N I '1 I !ffi{ { +I I! I : -1 I i -I I--1 1'1! I t-4- Leave Waldo........................ 3.00 12.40 Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,

1'1, Senator from thy Seventh Senatorial least five copies of ''this.notice 'to be posted Leave Dixie.......................... 3.21 1:10: ,Fernandina, Fla.C. .

in the most public places in the County.IN Leave Hawthorne.................. 3.37 1.33 W. MAXWELL,
District the; County of Jefferson j t for a Senator TI TUoSy'\VIIImEoF, I have here Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, Leave Lochloosa.........:......... 3.57 2.03 Master of Transportation 'j

In the Ninth Senatorial District; unto set my hand and affixed ther. Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 D. E. MAXWELL Baldwin, Fla.

from the County of Hamilton for Senator [ s t:!.] Great Seal of the State of Florida, at MARBLES, KITES, ETC. Leave Sparr's.......;..:........ .... 4.36 2.52 General ,

In the Eleventh Senatorial District; Tallahassee,. the Capital this, the Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 Superintendent.Fernandina Fla. ; I
from the County of Alachua for a Senator twentieth dav'of August. A. D. 1884. -ALSO=, Leave Silver Spring ............. 5.31 3.35 ,

In Thirteenth Senatorial District j JOHN L: CRAWFORD, Leave Ocala............;............... 5.45 4.00 a
the Grass Hammocks and
from the County of Bradford for a Senatorfrom Secretary of State. Large Express Wagons.KING'S Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 Savannah, Florida. and Western :

In the Fifteenth Senatorial District; J. .A. .ELT.'E1tfAl'Sheriff: Nassau County.Fernandina Arrive Oxford........................ 6.42 5.09 RAILWAY. '

the County of Putnam for a Senator .1;. a., August 29188440td. Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30

from In the Seventeen Senatorial District- BAZAR, Arrive.Leesburg.................... 7.33 6.10 WAYCROSS SHORT .LINE.All .

In the County of Marion for a Senator Iii the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial GOING' NORTH. '
from the Nineteenth Senatorial District;' Circuit Nassau County Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina. A.M.. P.'1\I. train- of'this road are run by Central i

In the Counties of Dade and Brevard for Leave Leesburg..................... 6.50 6.00 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes

Senator from the Twenty-first Senatorial Florida.JANE FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 slower than Jacksonville,time.

)District) ; M. MOORE, ) Leave Oxford........................ 7.33 7.17
In the! County of> Snniter for a Senator vs. }[ DIVORCE. FOR SALE CHEAP Leave Lake Weir'Station....... 7.49 7.40 N and after Sunday July 13, 1884. Passenger -

from the Twenty-third Senatorial District, ; BERNIAH MOORE. J JIT : Leave Ocala.............-....;....... 8.30 8.42 ',,j Trains will leave and arrive as

In the County of Walton for a Senator APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVIT AND SLABS, .Leave Silver Spring................ 8.47 follows; t

roaltheTwenty-liithSenatorial:: ( District; that Berniah Moore, the defendant EDGINGS 10 cents per load. Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.

In the Counties of folk and Manatee for resides beyo'rid the limits of the State of ,ROUGH, LUMBER Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45
cnatHr from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial Florida that cannot be Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:25 a m
l District ; : served so him ordinary: therefore process it is From $) to $16 per M ft., Leave Lochloosa..............'....10.02 10.45 Arrive Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 pm

In the County: 'Volusia for a Senator that upon a hearing; now be had the facts ordered according quality. Leave Hawthorne................10.23 11.15 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:03 a m

from the T\venty-nint'h i Senatorial District; charged in complainant's bill upon of complaint DRESSED LUMBER, Leave Dixie..........................10.40 11.35A. Arrive Waycross daily at-......... 9:45 a m
John's for Senator $12 to $20 M. feet. Arrive at Thomasville daily at..... 1:30 p In
of St.
!III the County a filed in above stated the first Monday per 1'1.
cause, on : -
mini the Thirty-first. :Senatorial) District; in October next. Arrive Waldo... .... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:25 p m
Orders by Telephone promptly attended to ,Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 m
ah election will be held p
On the same day JAMES M. BAKER, Jml e.I STf-Day Passenger daily except Sunday;
Arrive at Pensacola
daily at..ll-5 a In
the County of Madison for a Senator WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
II it! June 20th 1884. 31-3m Night Passenger daily.F. .
''win. the Tenth Senatorial District, to fill I Steam Saand Planing Mill. Arrive Mobile daily at......'......... 4:10 a m
th!at> vacancy occasioned by the resignation -- Office foot Centre Street. 8 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:45 a m
In Ch'cuit.COIU.t Fourth Judicial & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
11 i! prankV.1'ope: who was elected Senator Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pen&acola -
"IT tw! term of four years::, at the General Circuit, .Nassau County, Fla. I I ("FEr.XAXDIX.JCK OXYILL .) and Atlantic Railroad daily for PenisP-::

Diction held on the first Tuesday after the Lettie Miller DRUGS MEDICINES, ETC GOING SOUTH. .. cola Mobile, :New Orleans. Texas all trans-

'in,! Monday of November A. 1>:1882; vs. 1.I otJce. of _. Leave Fernandina....:................. 7.30 a. m. Mississippi i points. Pos-seiigers':: for Bruns-

In the t'' runty of Ducal for a Senator John II. Boynton, doing business attachment.Amount .Leave Hart's !Road..................... 8.05 a.m'- wick take this! train arriving at Brunswick
Min the Eighteenth Senatorial District to under the name and .EST IiLIsI-LED.: 1875. Arrive Jacksonville.:_......... ...... D.1 0 a. J\). via B. & W.R. R. at 12.45 p.m. _

ill! the vacancy occasioned by the resignaam ; style of John" HO) ntOl 's ]sworn to $400 -- GOING NOkTH. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars on this

< of Jonathan: C. fireeley, who was elect- Son. Leave Jacksonville..................... 5.00p.m._ train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile!

Senatnr .)fIe term of four years' ,at the above named defendant, John II. Leave Hart's Road.................... 6.04 p. m. and New Orleans.
General Election held! on the first Tuesday THE :of the City of New York doing DRUGS anIIO1ISEY MEDICINES Arrive :Fernandina.................... 6.40p.m.
after the first Monday!; ) of November, A. D. business under the name and style of s I ygf Trains daily except Sunday. FAST MAIL.
I.S82: ; Leave Jacksonville daily at:.......... 2:30 p 111Arrh.c
John Boynton's Son is hereby notified to EXCURSION
In the County of Monroe for a Senator SUNDAY at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 p m
enter his in and to the above .
tile Senatorial District appearance A. M. P. 1\1. Arrive at Callahan at............ 3:10
;mil daily iiiArrive
Twenty-fourth & CO. p
entitled attachment suit commenced against Leave1'Jacksonville.. ............ 9.10 6.55
(till occasioned the ""a daily at........... 5:05:
vacancy by resigna- at 'cross p m
him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before Arrive Fernandina.......:......10.30 8.20
'n+a of CeorgaV.. .Allen who elected Arrive at at................ 6:35
daily m
was Jesup: : p
the. .first ,Monday in January. 1885, and to Leave Fernandina................ 7.00 5.00
senator for of four'ears the Arrive at Savannah at.........
tile term at plead or demur 'to the ,declaration filed in Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.25 daily 8:171) in /
i-ntr.iI: election\ held 1 on the first T'ucs'darii"f --1! PHARMACISTSCentre 1= Arrive,at Charleston: daily at......... 1:43a m 1
said cause on or before the first Monday in ,
c (he first: Monday of November, A.'D.inl 18S5 dcf.mltyiH Arrive at Washington. D.C.daily atll:00 p 111.Arri.e
Io.) February. or judgment by CONNECTIONS.AT at New York daily at......... 6:30 a in
be entered aain8t01..
.: .
1 in each of thc Counties'II
II. J. BAKER. Street Connecting at Savannah with Through
1: tlir State General Election for its
a con- for FERNANDINA, FLA., '.
Attorney Plaintiff in above suit.J. Pullman Palace.BuiFet! and Drawing Room
-imitmnal\ : number! Members of. the Gen- Circuit Court. With New York and Fernandina Steam- New York with-
A..EDWA11DS. Clerk Sleeping Cars. Savannah to
""Assembly, to-wit FERNAXDIXA, FLORIDA, from
: I rIUI1H1ina.! Fla.! September 0. 1884. ship Line New York on Tuesday, and 'out change.
]cambia amity!, three for New York on Thursday.,
S.mta: nova County two:; constantly on hand a fine assort- With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- JACKSONVILLE: EXPRESS.
Walton County two ; In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN nah, and Brunswick,'daily except Sunday., Leave Jacksonuille! daily at........... 5:20 p m

Holmes CHnntone' .. Circuit, in and i'or the and DOMESTIC, Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:32 a m
Arrive at Callahan daily at_......... 6:15 m
Washington, ; : Florida p
: County one County or Nassau To and from Savannah and Charleston,
s I,
'Arrive at Waycross daily at ......... 9.00 p mArrive
Franklin County one ; Josiah Prescott 1 : and all points North and West, daily. .
and Chemicals
(allioun County one : ?. 1". Drugs at Brunswick daily at........ 6:15 a In
Jark' vs.: i notice of : AT BALDWIN FLA., Leave Gainesville daily at..... ...... 5.40 p m
Lihl'rt"nh: !on County: three; ., John II. Boynton .;doing busAttachment.} Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, I To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Leave Newnansville! daily at......... 6: 'U p m

Waknlla ; one- iness'under the name and ;f Amount : and all points South, West, and ,Northwest, Leave New Branford daily at-...... 7:50 p m

G'adsden County Coun'ty t three oleo .. style of John Boynton's I Sworn to Proprietary and Fancy Goods, daily. Leave Live Oak daily at .............. 9.15 p m

Leon ; Son. j $1,000. AT HAWTHORNE, Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:30 a In
Jefferson County four ; above named defendant John II. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. Arrive at Albany daily at.............. 2:25 a in
Madison County County) three; THE\' of the City of New York, doing FINE TOILET ARTICLES, AT WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05: p m

Taylor Countv ; business under the name and style of With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Arrive at Macon, daily at._............ 7:00 am

Hamilton! C'cltintt one John Boynton's Son is hereby notified to PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., and Tampa daily except Sunday. Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:35 p m
$ ; enter his appearance in and to the above en- Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:00 p m
uwumee County two AT CED\R KEY, FLA.,
Lafayette Couhty ; titled attachment suit commenced against IN GREAT VARIETY With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Nashville daily at-......:.. 1:25:1 m
Columbia one three; him in said court by Josiah II. Prescott, West and Havana Saturday ; for New Arrive at Louisville daily at......... ,7:10 a in
Alachua County County; four ; Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in I Orleans Friday every from Key West and Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at-...... 7:00 a m

Levy County two January 1883.: and to plead or demur to the Havana every Friday-; from New Orleans Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 6:10 p m
; declaration tiled therein on or before the Physicians' Prescriptions every Arrive'0it St.Louis daily at............ 6:20pm
Bradford Co'unty Saturday.
Clay 1 County one two first Monday in February, 1883: or judgmentwill carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at I every With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:15 a 111

Baker Comity one; ; be entered against, him, default* reasonable prices. I for and from Key West Monday and Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m
II. J. BAKER I Charleston daily at..12:40 m
Nassau Arrive at p
County two Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday -
Duval f Attorney for Plaintiff above suit.J. Arrive at Washington daily at..10:25 a m
four and
M. John County ;; A. ED'" A tDS. Clerk Circuit Court. RAILROADS. Friday. Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m
>' County two ; Fernandina Fla., September 6,18843niPATENTS For information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at Thomasviile: daily at...... 6:45 a m

olnsiiCounty: one ; CARD etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan-- Arrive ut Albany daily at..:...........1130 a m
Orange I'u t ualll; County two, TUlE OF THE dina or to the Company's offices in Jack ,Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 a.Ill

County two sonville. Arrive at New Orleans daily nt...... 9:45: a m

Marion. County two ; FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION (MPASY. Arrive at Nashville daily at............ 8:10 a m
feinnterCounty two FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m
HilUborough{lernando County two ; tinue MUNN to&act,Solicitors of the SCIENTIFIC for Patents AMERICAN Caveats. TradeMarks con- In Effect July 13th, 1884. Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m

folk Col1nttwo. ; Copyrights for the United States Granada. CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at-......... 7:50 a m

Manatee| I County County one one Pntcnts England sent France free.German7 Tblrt: ,etc. Hand'Book about TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily at............. 7:00 a m

Hade ; Patentsobtnined hMUNNyRCO.arenoticed (FERXAKDIXA TO CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD. Carson this
County one in the SCirNTIFICAMERICAN.the" best and Pullman Hotel and Sleeping
.No. 3. .
No. 1.
Lrevard County o'ne ; most widely circulated scientific paper. ti2Oayear. (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Train to Cincinnati via Waycross.
Monroe Weekly. Splendid engravings and Interesting in- Accom.Iail.. Cars this
County two. formation. Specimen copy of the P Scientific A mer- GOING Pullman Palace Sleeping on
Leave Jacksonville...... 8.30am 5.55pm
Stud!! } on lllc lennaontfrce. Address MUNN A CO. SCIENTIFIC SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas..t.M. Train to Chattanooga via Jesup.
'd there will be held 'J
ill carl! C ay AMERICAN Office.2C1(; Broadway, New York.: Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 am 8.03 p m Palace Cars Gainesvilleto
Pullman Sleeping
{ wnt> of the State a general election P.M. Leave Baldwin............ 9.15am '7.45 pIn
for C)n ta.hles. each County being alC'cn' Leave Fernandina..................10.05 4.38 Savannah. I
IO"OOu Lake City...........10.43 a in 11.04 pm and
entitled to one Constable for MERCHANT TAILOR.R. Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.35 5.12 Pullman Palace Drawingroom
LiveOak.... .... ..11.35am 1.30pm
t: tn 0 hundred! registered voters in thc Arrive Callahan....................11.20 6.14: Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.

bhall dunh 1 pm'tdcd hou-cvcr. that no County G. McQUITTYHas Leave Callahan.....................11.30 6.30 Monticello........ 1.40pm 5.30am Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -

, Imve more! than twelve Constables Leave Dutton.................. ....11.57 7.05 ..... 3.26 8.14 Savannah.,.
et that Arrive Tallahassee. put am been at ray-
'eacl'County shall be entitled to atIluulber removed his business to the rooms over P. )1. A Restaurant has opened
> 8.40
east Leave Tallahassee.......- 3.331 in a m abundant time will be allowed
Constableregardless: of the the New York Bakery, on Centre street. Leave Brandy Branch12.12 7.22 Quincy .............. 4.35pm 10.30 a mArrive cross, and
of gistered d voters. He has received an assortment of seasonable Arrive Baldwin.....................12.30 7.45 !12.23 for meals by'all passenger trains.
River5.45 am
Chatta. m
f'lorida\ffEE.s\the I Legislature i of the State of goods for cnt.lcmeJJ's.411', and is preparedto Leave Baldwin....................;12.35 8.30 p Connects at Jesup with E. T., Va. & Ga.

rote 0 .' I!. ISSl, did determine by a make them up to suit all tastes in the Leave Maxville.................... 1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No. for Brunswick. I I
'.. eadln majority of all) the members elected best style.' Leave Highland..................... 1.22 9.27 2. Xo.4. Connecting at Savannah with steamers for

nt of the Houses: thereof that it is ,KsS Repairing neatly.done. Leave Lawtey......................... 1.37 9.47 Accom. )Iail.LeaveChatt'chee New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti

cMsary'io.o cause u !revision of the entire Fernandina. Fla., July 12, 1884: Leave Temple's.........?.......... 1.55: 10.16 .River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m more.
Zlr0'4said! State, anti did enter.Julrnal Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25: Quincy ?............11.52am '3.1m_ Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor

.'l1eb \/'latIon' It l pon their respective W. K. n.\.Ul NIGIIT. Leave Thurston_..................? 2.32: 10.44 Arrive Tallahassee-......12.55 p 111 4.50 pin New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.Through .

:I\ft\ yeas and nays thereon, Arrive ,y aldo........................ 2.52 11.16 Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.05 pill 5.20 pm Tickets sold to all points by Rail
di.t refer the same to the AGENT,. A. M. Monticello1.40pm 6.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage

tern nest t, he.chosen} \ ; aiitl u.ltcrcas Legislature tire I I WHOLESALED RETAIL, : Leave "Waldo........................ 3.00 1.00 Madison ............'3.43 p m 9.55 p in Checked through.: Also Sleeping Car berths. .,
: 1!!later :: ; I Live Oak..._...... 5.02 12.10 a m sections secured at Company's office 111Astor's
e of :i.ld State then next chosen! AND STOCK DEALER Leave Gainesville................. 3.45 2.10 pm
(1\'Wit The BUTCHER Lake City......... 6.04 p m 2.30 a m Building, 84 Bay street and at Depot -
o\' ; Legislature of A. j/. 1883. did, ADlculer Leave Arredondo................... 4.03 2.36
(':\eUlSil"y;: of the members elected tore Leave Palmer........ ......:........ 4.16 2.45 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.39 pm 5.38 am Ticket Office and on board PeopIc'sLine
\; thereof! .agree to such 1 proposed in Ice Leave Archer........................ 430 3.17 Leave Baldwin............ 7.43 p m 6.20 a mArrive Steamers II. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE

"l 11"011 IHi. :.1 'i//(1' 1t'/It'rc.r., the said Legislature TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Leave.Bronson....................... 5.00 4.00 Jacksonville' ....... .8.25pm 7.36am and JENME LANE.
L. ,
('1111\1\11'1111\ \ I. ; 1\' resnliltio 1 t duly'1 passed! re.,, BUOO.U STREET WHARF, Leave Otter Creek............:..... 5.37 4.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily: Trains3. and 4 will JAS. Agent.A. !

"'' the !hc eKrtirs of the! next Section Leave Rosewood ..................? 6.10 5.30 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger '

member of ,the. Legislature to vote 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. Arrive Cedar Ke ".................. 6.40 6.10 will, run Mondays. M. IVES.Agent. .


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. c >*: : ,' THE FLORIDA MIRROR : OCTOBER 18. 1884. ,, ,!,.,, ,. ,-,"'.''. .' ':, ,
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Baltimore Lines Mrs. Ladies' and Children's second-hand Cloth- .-,.J":', "t. 'J.
The Boston and Grundy Says: < 4'J'
THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Inaugurated. That several days' last week,were hot ;" ing, in saleable condition,taken on commission .; ; !'.. : 4

The first steamships of these lines arrived that the Mirrors thermal record does not at'Mrs. Slaughter's. :

f\.VO\ A YEAR; $1.60 JFOR SIX MONTHS here last. The Boston line as "
?H on Tuesday "tell it all. $GO Reward.For .

r lr ti --, has been stated heretofore, will consist of That Fernandina is anxiously" awaiting proof to convict the person or persons

:, Reflection the two steamships Ijorenzo D. Baker and the the reopening' the churches. who laid a rail of iron across the track at

k .if Register: Vtdette, one of these steamers leaving each. That she has a great desire"to see the the 7-mile post qn the morning of Septeni-
\ ber 22,1884, near Fernandina. Two Millionsof
Lorenzo D.Baker "
port Wednesday.The "
every Fal1 Styles. ,
The river at Broome street dock is 26 feet D. BEASLEY, S.-M.
'to Captain Wiley, vas the first to come into
deep at low tide. That Col. Williams' new building will be

f port on Tuesday afternoon,and was followeda well arranged. Splendid Stock of Fine Clothing: acres of Farming, Orange
The Books will be closed on ,
J'.4i'i Registration October 24th. few minutes! after by the Jesse H. Freeman, That cotton fa king just now-that a Just received at J. & T. KYDD'S. Timber and Grazing Lands

.. ? ,Friday, Captain Anderson, of the Baltimore line., glance at Centre St. dock will prove the as- Reward situated in
r ; ;The San Antonia' brought, 95 passengers The.Baker is a new steamer,of 962 tons, and sertion. $25O 29 counties, and

c e from New York on Tuesday. has very superior, accommodations, for a That our Fire'Department would not be a reward The citizens of two hundred of Fernandina and fifty will dollars"forthe pay a comprising the lands bought

r r ;, To-day the county convassers will addressa limited number of passengers. The Jesse H. success with a large cotton fire. arrest, with evidence to convict. of the by Sir Edward J. Reed, from

; i a mass meeting at Callahan. ,Freeman is also new, of 400 tons measure- That we should have several flowing arte- fiend who perpetrated the heinous outrage, the State of Florida in
the of 9th the 1881
I on night August 1884 upon
,, a r. ;,,,' The infant son of W. F. Wood, Jr., died ment, and has the, appearance, of a three- sian wells. person of an aged resident.G. are now offered at ,
i frismus nascenlium on Wednesday last. masted steam-yacht. Neither the Baker nor That Capt. Vogel of the Palatka should be W. SCHUYLER. J. P., graded

';: )Irs. D. E. Maxwell and, family and Miss the Freeman are entirely dependent upon requested to make less noise." For the Citizens. prices. These lands were se-
n their steam power, both being full schooner- That ladies' suits made Fernandina, Fla., August 14, 1884. '. lected Hon.
Annie Tucker returned from North Carolina are being very by ,Hugh A. Cor-

't; Wednesday rigged. The Captains have won enviable plain. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale ley late Commissioner of
t the
I reputations for their vessels in the successful
That sundry noises heard
The schooner Ella M. Hawes is unloadinga mysterious are Tracts containing twenty acres each, of
New Land Office and
transportation of tropical fruits to the about town. ifr.
choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake
cargo of Maine ice for W. K. Bauknight,
:Broome street wharf. England markets. That members of the new brass band may suitable for orange'growing and truck farm- M. A. Williams, late agent for

'r ,: at tt The Vidette, which will arrive here Tues- be able to explain them. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare sale of State lands which (fact
Capt. Ed. Stone, the popular commander day is twin-screw of 1,000 tons' very conveniently situated for transportation ,
:+.. a steamship That St. Marys-people are bound to havea
,) by water or rail, and'will be sold on is of their
river Martha left a guaranty ,
St. high
of ;the Mary's packet capacity, and as a reliable freight boat has railroad. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-

i NeW I York on the San Antonio' Thursday. no equal. That when they get it Fernandina will be tionable. Also valuable timber lands in quality. The purchase knownas

? :' Capt. Whalen, one of the most trusted lo- Mr. A. W.' Preston, of Boston is the trav- nowhere.'" large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, the ,Reed Purchase was only

a. I conotive engineers the Florida Railway eling agent for the companies,and will makea That there are too "dog-goned" many February 16. 1882, Fernandina Fla. 'for sale this
:, opened and
t ,, '' i & avigation Company, died of apoplexy trip through the State next week. Flori- dogs in town. No Special Day for, raln8 year,

r -' i on {Wednesday. last. da's varied productions: seeking markets, That the condition of the burial place At J.'& T. KYDD'S, but you can get them the lands have not been culled
The:I schooner Lizzie II.Patrick arrived from are increasing at such an enormous rate that near Old Town is a disgrace to Fernandina. every day. or picked over. No part has

'; I; Philadelphia Tuesday with a cargo of 500 there will be no scarcity of freights for these That six steamers ('.8me'to town Tuesday. been reserved in any manner

: the Florida & steamships, as well as for the Mallory Line. That the Boston steamer has fine passen- ,
;'T, f tons. of steel rails for Railway -GO TO- and the' whole is open for sale.
4 ger accommodations.That .
r > Navigation Company. Blsbee8 Fair Play.On the street should be cleared in front Special prices on large tracts.
; .A The city council had an adjourned meeting last Josiah T. ,Walls
was,announced -
of the Mode building. Timber lands virgin forests i in
r !; on Thursday; evening last, for the purpose to speak here at Lyceum Hall. ,
That more "red-painters" returned this
'' : ti" I of auditing the September pay-rolls Walls came here especially to contradict the week. bodies of 50,000 acres and up.

r I i', ; ..., anct i outstanding bills. report circulated that some time since, whenit A welcome to each wandering one. PRESCOTTSESTABLISHED wards. Lands sold for cash,

The 'Florida Railway & Navigation Company was impossible for him to be here, and he Lay aside thy brush and rest' thy head, or on long time.The .

w is shipping a consignment of, 1000 had sent his representatives, they had made Thy summer's work was nobly done, .
:, f Democratic and Ye laid it on,right thick: and-red; Florida Land and Mortgage Co
bales, of cotton for Liverpool via the Sea speeches, spoke to a large ,
Ye nameless here
are there is no4 need.
,.. ,,' Island" route to- Savannah.' number of Democrats. Walls arrived on the For in' his heart each'knoweth full well; HQUSE ,(LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.TO .

r r '' 4 Ex-Governor. L. Stearns has been nominated evening train and arrangements had been That a niche in Fame's historic deed "
Gadsden made by his local managers here for his re Is left for each"for the paint will tell! -FORSHOES.-
: r by the Independents of I

',, M .; county for the legislature, to the utter disgust ception. Before Walls went to Lyceum That Cleveland and Hcndrtclcs Suit. ,
1 Hall he was approached by one of the '
op- .
,. L of the Republicans of that county. FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION Co.,
h ; ; position leaders and insulted by the offer
} Royal Southwick having recovered ands October 14, 1884. .
of a bribe to come down in favor of Bisbee.
-" taken his Place as purser on the San Antonio, To the Editor of the Florida Mirror:
The nature of the bribe was that in the
i I George R. Hubby returned to this city and The Cleveland. and Hendricks e11 route
'l i event of Bisbee's election to Congress, Walls .
_, is in harness again at the com P an 3.'s office. should be guaranteed any Federal office in to San Francisco, California, was worn from
Baldwin to River Junction over the Flor-
Mr. Samuel A. Swann, accompanied by this District he might wish. Walls indig-

I his daughter Bessie and Miss Jennie Taylor, nantly spurned the offer. The same tactics ida & Navigation Railroad, by engineer E. } ; : \ :
J.'Johnston, passenger train No. 1, and delivered : > .
'S h returned from extended trip through
an ,
were resorted to that characterized the .
pre- :
by him to engineer Barclay, of Pen- I ';';''i',
,' ; the New England States and Canada, Satur- vious meeting of the only real independent : .
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sacola & Atlantic with request to'wear it to -
:' day last. movement. The band, which had been en- "
Pensacola and, delivery to engineer of L. & .
A. H. Crippen returned from New York gaged by Walls' managers, was persuadedand
I N. Railroad, with letter of instructions requesting -
t a on the San Antonio Tuesday. :Mr. Crippen bought,to break their engagement, and ..
him to shoot it through" to desti- 5
has travelled through New York and Newt after collecting a crowd was marched to
nation. There
were many complimentsmade
"' England in the interest of the passenger Island City Hall, where an impromptu Bis-
upon it on line of Florida R. & N. R. WE OFFER THE: ,TRADE
business of his line. bee meeting was organized.
R. Was very much admired by Hon. A. J. AND AT RETAIL:
& Dobbins Jacksonville Walls did not speak, but if Bisbee's man-
,: :Messrs. Marshall\ Russell and others. ,

{ have opened a photographic tent opposite agers are really anxious to conciliate his following :E. J. JOHNSTON, Engineer. CORN OATS HAY BRAN

: the new Mode building. Mr.' C. W. as their continued offers of bribe, or ,

'I',, ;: g, i DeWaaloneof the best artists of Jacksonville compromise, if you wish, would seem to Range of Thermometer

will manipulate the camera. indicate, the course pursued in breaking up FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAYS"OCTOBER 1084, FLOUR GRITS AND MEAL
his meetings is the least calculated to con- HORSKY'S DRUG STORE. ,
United States Senator Colquitt, of Geor- ,
summate the result. .
':' : gia and John T. Graves, Presidential Elec- I .
The is the Wall "Bisbee "': Cement Plaster.A
handwriting on '. I I Wind Brick Lime
tor of Florida, spoke at Lyceum Hall last must 1"The I d C'1r 4 .
r Ih go I -I CQ co
night. Notwithstanding the short notice _
t' given of the meeting, a fine and appreciative City of Monticello." Saturday. Oct.11 77 83 82 81 I N.E.

',',., audience greeted the speakers. Sunday ...........::12 76 82 82 81 ,N.E. A stock of CHOICE FAMILY
This new steamship, of the Charleston Monday .............13 76 Sl 80 N.E. (
,, ; The Mallory steamship State of Texas will & Florida Steamship Line, arrived in this Tuesday ............14 75 811 80 791 N.E. ""' GROCERIES always on hand.

r li '4 again take her place on the Florida Line in city on Sunday morning last, having left Wednesday.15 73 80 80 N.E. Get our prices before buying.
Thursday .......;..16 64 72 71 N.'V.
York the 31st
\ two weeks, leaving on New York the Wednesday previous and put Friday............;..17.70 73 79 781 N.W. '
I t.r. is; r; I inst. The State of Texas with her genial into Charleston. She is an iron sidewheelboat : FRED W. HOYT & CO.

k i ,'# officers, is a general favorite with Floridi- of 868 tons register; her average speed MARINE.Port SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,

'E ans, and this news will be universally grati- thirteen miles an hour. The Monticello has

fying. accommodations for 100 first-class and 25 'of Fernandina. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.

The San Antonio carried the following steerage passengers, and draws eight feet of HIGH WATER.

r to New York Thursday night: 202 water loaded.At Saturday, Oct. 18...... 7:29 A.M. 7:46 P.M. '
i+ ," cargo Sunday, '19...... 8:09: 8:25 i
bales sea island cotton, 442 logs cedar 205 Jacksonville she was joined on Mon- Monday, 20...... 8:47: 9:02: ,, ,

cases cedar, 134 .bbls. rosin, 78 bbls. spirits, day by the excursion party from :Monticello, Tuesday, 21...... 9:24: 9:38" ;" .<;'; ,, ', t :.. ,
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I N 1 111 boxes oranges, 54 sacks cedar sawdust, who had been especially invited by the Wednesday, "" V2......10:01 10:15: u h 'i>" : : *-' v j :

"++ i 00,000, feet yellow pine lumber, 70 packages managers of the Line and the Florida Rail- Thursday, 23..10:39-i i: H 10:53 : "' '' :,', .; ., ,' "
t f n" merchandise. way & Navigation Company. On accountof Friday, 04......X.L:+*\J 11:36: ; ; S' : ;:- ; ", iF". :

r i$4 I' : 1 FIt the northeast she madean ENTERED. .
gale prevailing,
Three new steamships arrived here this From Brunswick-Str. Thos. Collyer, Den- "-
"+ excursion trip to Palatka instead of to
: week, to be permanently engaged in the

yry .,.4Vi t Florida carrying trade,-the steamship City this city during which her,colors were pre- From Savannah-Str. St. Nicholas, Usina- ,
excursionists. October 11, 14 and 16. ,
sented by the Toby, in
i Monticello of the Florida and Charleston
of ii -Str.
Everglade, lIazlitt-
+lr :, Ii i line, the steamship Lorenzo D. Baker, of the accepting them for the company, said: October 16.From .

4 i 1 and the Ladies and Gentlemen of Monticello: Bath Me.-Sch. Ella M.Howes, Pur-
p \\1 Boston and Florida line steamship Florida Boston and Baltimore.DIRECT
As a representative of the Florida Steam- ;ington-Oct. 14,'ice to Bauknight.From .
: Jesse II. Freeman of Baltimore end Florida
I ship Company, I accept the colors so gra- New York--S.S. San Antonio, Wilder ,
f, ):;1 line ciously and gracefully presented, and assure -Oct. 14, to R. W. Southwick. -

The Boston and Baltimore steamships you that were the corporation which has From Boston-S.S. Lorenzo D. Baker, Wiley -
I i ; reached you with its enterprise a living individual -Oct.,14, to,F. W. Hoyt. ]FROMFERNANDINA.
"v 't willie at Broome street dock. Capt.Chand- i it would be penetrated with a lively From Baltimore-S.S. Jesse ,H. Freeman,

\ ;? ;;',;'; ; her E. Martin this week took measurements sense of pleasure and obligation as well as I Anderson-Oct. 14, F. R. & N. Co. I

1 ''' fit' s' .' '' to erect a large freight shed for the accommodation that feeling of friendly reciprocity which From Philadelphia-Sch. Lizzie II. Patrick, STEAMERS a .. .. .
lends, a charm to the dry details of com ; ?
,': l\Ie-cr-Oct. 15, steel' rails, to R.R. :
K 4 : of these steamers. The lumber
; .1 merce and lubricates all the creaking hingesof Company.
y+ 'S K : for the frame has been ordered. It is to bet trade. No token of good will could be CLEARED.

a ; ,; f s. 50x225 feet in' dimenions and will have an more acceptable or more significant than For Brunswick Str. Thos. Den-
these bright emblems of our country's unity
+ ; iron roof. fraternity, and national greatness. They, nette-every day. BOSTON & FERNANDINA STEAMSHIP LINE,
For Savannah-Str. St. Nicholas Usina-
ye"'a Owing to,sickness in his family. Mr. Fred will adorn the Monticello, and for many a October 11 14 and 16. ,
WJlIoyt: Democratic nominee for the As- day their blue and crimson folds. in fair OF THE ABOVE LINE WILL LEAVE SOUTHSIDE LONG WIIABF-
i -Str. Hazlitt
4 weather or foul," will float above the vessel Everglade, for Fernandina, EVERY WEDNESDAY, and same day from Fer,
> senibly, has not been able to canvass the which has been christened for your fair city. October 17. nandina for Boston.Baltimore.

x 1l 6 county, and nearly the whole work of that For this generous gift, permit me, for the For New Oct.York-S.S.16. San Antonio.' W'ilder-

g t t laborious task has devolved upon,Mr. Mahoney company which have the honor to repre- For Boston-S.S. Lorenzo D.
sent for the officers and of the Monti- '
who not only has done himself justice, crew Oct. 10. '
; & Fernandina Line.The
cello; and for myself, to cordially thank you. Steamship .
+y 4*ii', I but1'has'' surprised! many of his warmest : For Baltimore-S.S. Jesse II. Freeman An-
The Monticello is commanded by Captain dersom-Oct. 10.
1 1 > ft.fl H friends. : Steamer JESSIE II. FREE3IAX; of this Line, will leave Baltimore Octo-
/ Joseph McKee.. Up Thursday eveningshe For Arnboy. N. J.-Sch. S. H. Leven Hud-
,u'* '! --- Oct. 14 lumber Hilliard & ber 10th, direct for Fernandina. and will make round trips every ten days. This Steamer
had been unable to the St. Johns
.3 A'' Married.On cross after
Bailey, leave Fernandina on Wednesday, the 15th inst., and every succeeding tenth day
!the 8th of October in St. Augustine's bar on account of the heavy sea running all that date.
**i*i ; : For New York-Sch. Red Win?.,Johnson
Chapel l, University of the South, Sewanee, the week. She went to Charleston direct Oct. 10 lumber, by C. H. Huot.
For Trinidad-Sch. Samuel B.
Tenn. by the Rt. Rev. Jno. W. Beckwith yesterday. Vrooman The which these lines and Balti
,.. mith-Oct. 17, lumber, by L. A. advantages offer to those doing business with Boston
i i Bishop of Georgia, assisted b) the Rt. Rev. Change of Schedule.A Davis& Son. more cannot be questioned, and mote especially will the Fruit and Vegetable Growers of
the State be benefited, offering as they do direct transportation to these ports, with qmcK
William M. Green, Bishop of Mississippi, change was made in the running of For New York -Sch. Ann J. Trainer As- careful handling and '
despatch of claims.
prompt adjustment
kim Oct.17 lumber Mizell Bro.
,,4 SUSAN RAIXSFOED. daughter of Geo. R. Fairbanks trains on the Fernandina & Jacksonville For Philadelphia-Sch. F., M. McGear Bills of Lading issued and through rates given between Boston, Baltimore, and all

of Fernandina Fla., to Rev. CHARLES Railroad on Sunday last. Trains during the Sharp-Oct. 17 lumber, by Huot. points in Florida. Alabama, Mississippi Louisiana.For .
BECKWITH, of St. Luke's Cathedral, Atlanta further information, apply to
t week now leave here at 10:30, on arrival of IN PORT.

Ga. "No cards. the Cumberland Route steamer, Thos. Collyer. Bark Hjemmet, (Norw.) Ingemunden.Sch. SEAVERNS & CO., FRED W., HOYT & CO.,

NoveltiesIn Returning, the train leaves Jacksonville at Silas C. Evans Endicott.Sch. 93 South Market Street, Boston. Second Street, Fernandina.J. .
r t I R. F. Hart
Shawls, Nubias and Jerseys, 2:30: p.;m., arriving here at.4:30, connectingwith Sch. Lizzie, M. Patrick Humphrey.Meyer. .' D. SMALL & CO., ; B. J. TRIAYE,

F' i '' AT PAUL FCKKE'S. the steamer Collyer for Brunswick. Sch. Ella M. Bowes, Purington. -. 46 Baltimore. .. : Agent F. R. & N. Co., Jacksonville.I .

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