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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
November 8, 1884
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Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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ILLINOIS. the scene of the conflagration
Traveler's Guide. 1
The State is generally conceded to the FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC The loss will not. fall short.of$500,000.

Republicans both on the State and National ..., : t TRANSIT &, PENINSULAR RAILROAD.,' ,f:
wI ticket. The Republicans have majority of FRENCH ATTACKS ON' TIlE UNI- Day Passenger Train leatts-t
j lana Electea TED STATES. For< ed and
both branches of the Legislature. Later ; Key Wildwood! aud.
m v After its violent attacks on' England the all points on'Transit Road..... .10.05a.m.
advices say that Harrison Democratic for Solid ''French pressjsnojv'showing" a disposition ForSavannahandalJpointsNorth -

Governor, is elected, and that Cleveland has for Cleveland, .. and Ferry. to enter upon campaign against the and West................................10.05 a. m.

,. the electoral vote. ,-,,"' United States'of America. In an article (connecting at Callahan)
< headed Our good Friends, the Yankees" For Tallahassee,Pensacola.and all
I ----- PENNSYLVANIA.Pennsylvania I'F the Ministerial Paris this evening protests points on the Florida Central &

is in the strongest terms against the comments Western Railroad................. ...10.05a.m.,
- largely Republican the ,THE ,MAJORITIES. BY COUNTIES.. published in some of the New York and (connecting at Baldwin.)
plurality for Blaine is not less than 50000. a other.newsI-apers on Admiral Courbet's exploit -
J. Day Passenger Train arrives
for Reform and Hon- -
at Foochow.
Says the Paris
A 'iCtO17eSt From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
hateful malice can dictate to all points on the Transit Road... 4.38 'p.m_
The Republicans have elected their entire scribblers in delirium has found its way From Savannah and all points in

Government 1 State ticket and gained four Cngressmen. The following figures*are*compiled in into their columns. It is a pity that all the North and West..._......._...;4.3S p. m. .
'most of the counties ,.from official returns, cannot read this pretty collection From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and
1I I The Congressional representation will stand of bitter diatribes for they would all
and the rest are based precinct returns points on the Florida Central
7 Republicans and two Democrats a Repub- which deemed perhaps at length understand the folly' of & Western Railroad................ 4.38 p.m.
their i
reliably,: fanaticism for their worthy Transat-. .
lican'gain of four. PERRY'S MAT ''friEs. lantic friends. Never has France received Night Passenger Train leaves
from the English her For Cedar Key Wildwood. and all
L ; traditional enemies
. LOUISIANA. County Majority. or from the Germans, her enemies of points on the.Transit Road........ 4.38 p.m.
BLAINEiS'PARTY' REBUKED !Il Il Senator Kellogg for: Congress defeated., Baker..............................' 142 more underserved and odious yesterday For Savannah and all points North

l Cleveland's majority in the State' will be Brevard......:V...1:._, 200 than; those with which the Americans outrages of and,West.........................._..... 4.38 p. In.'
Bradford....?..... ( at Callahan.
..;.. 900 the United States, whom she has always connecting )
l about 20000. Calhoun...:....*..'.. 50 treated with affection are covering her. For Tallahassee Pensacola,and all
'MISSOURI. Columbia.K;:..'..:.. 72 Our good friends the Yankees were delighted points on the Florida Central & '

p Clay.......... ....................:....;:.... 211' when we were conquered by the Germans. Western Railroad..................... 4.38 ,j
The Democrats carry the entire'State and ...I.: .;.. 20 They now applaud the: imaginary victoriesof (connecting at Baldwin.) J

the Different States., National ticket and elect all Congressmenbut Escambia...r.:.... 80 the Chinese. Their attitude is at least' Night. Passenger Train arrives j
from '
Returns two. Franklin..?.......... 63 instructive. The Americans of the United From Cedar Key Wildwood and j
..Gadsden...........................,....... '200 States are hostile to France's cause in China all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 !
OHIO Hero .. 745 just as they were hostile to our occupationof From Savannah and all points in !I
l Hillsboro'.......................1,010 Tunis, to our Tonkin expedition, and to the North and West................. 8.40 a. m. .i
Is Republican by an increased majorityover Holmes.......:;.M;.::..... 246 our operations in Madagascar. But they' From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
. the October election. ,From present Jackson............'... .: ,.;.;...Y 282 cannot hamper France's action. The veno- all points on Florida Central &
, NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY, CONNECTICUT indications the State will give not less than LaFayette.....................*........r.:.....:Y... 179 mous denunciations of the Yankee press I Western '''Railroad..................... 8.40 a. m.
.. 400 will not prevent the French Government, FERNANDINA &
35,000 majority for Blaine.. 'Liberty..'"...... 25 from chastising the Chinese and from secur- JACKSONVILLE R. R. t .
DEMORATIC. Madison..};:...'... 16 the Train leaves daily, except Sunday- .'
MASSACHUSETTS.Massachusetts Manatee ..*".... 575 ''I in ing Indochina.triumph-of Cor.France's London colonial Telegraph.We policy. For Jacksonville.......................... 7:30 a. m. '

goes Republican by at least .: .. ;125 Train arrives daily except Sunday- ,
and elects twelve Orange .:......::...&..... '841 regret that any section of the foreign From Jacksonville.... .................. 6.40p.m.
20,000 plurality 'Republican Putnam.....,.:. 58 press, especially one of such standing as La Sunday only-.

Congressmen, a gain of two. Poik...;:.::.;-...:?:. 800 Paris, should 'indulge in such, we 'believe, Jacksonville ........................ 7.00a.m.

i Santa Rosa....................i$...:..... 350 really uncalled-for strictures on their American -, For Jacksonville ......................... 5.00 p. m.
Illinois Claimed tiy the Democrats. MISSISSIPPI. St. Johns.....................iS5....:.. 250 From Jacksonville....................10.35 a. m.
Sum................. .!. ....-:;. 616 confreres, and must hope that the fete : '
Missippi goes Democratic by 20,000 ma- : ; From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40 p.m.SEA ;
'jority and solid as uwanee,. .:;./; ... 127Tavlor which will,. soon inaugurate the Bartholdi .'
gives a Congressional ISLAND ROUTE.
: .:...n '?..:.. 150 statue will-enable them to bury the hatchet
Delegation. 'Volusia...........................':.'....:.!:.....::.. 100 From Savannah,Steamer St.Nicholas .
and cordially the hands of her sister
KANSAS. Wakulla........... ...........:'......;... 200 grasp Sunday and Thursday. r l'
Walton..-..:: ;:. 100 republic in the West, on that auspicious For Savannah. Steamer St. Nich- '" .; r:

INDIANA FOR CLEVELAND Blaine estimated majority in this Stateis Washington...,...,.. ;. 100 occasion. olas, Monday and Friday. I
40,000, every Republican Congressman : MALLORY LINE. .

elected, and the Legislature is almost solidly Total.....................,?,....,.................9,233 Tost-Office Notice. For. New York direct, by steam- 1

Republican. POPE'S MAJORITIES.;;> Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. ships State of Texas or City of
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. to 11:30 San Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 p. m. "
NEW HAMPSHIRE. Alchua.........................E.: .;:.... 250 Money Orders and Registered M. Letters A. M.from From New York direct by City of :
.2..1: : 266 i San Antonio and n
: 8:00 State of Texasr ,
to 1:00
from' 2:00
:NEW JERSEY. Blaine's plurality in this State is less Hamilton..t..... 13 to 3:30 A. P.M.M.ARRIVAL p. M.; p. M every Friday.......................... 3.00 p.m.ST. .
Cleveland carries New Jersey by three than 4,000. Jefferson. ..".... 785 MARTS RIVER. .:
elect four Leon.:;....*..............1,316 'AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ,.
thousand. The Republicans KENTUCKY, Marion....::.:.,. 300 Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- !
Congressmen, and the Democrats three. Nassau. .-"'"" ,........:... 97 Transit & Peninsular Railroad For St. Marys and Crandall, Tuesday ,
The Legislature is Republican in both As was expected is Democratic with a ,: ," .:!..<..,..I!.. -.-. i Arrives'daily- except Sunday........ 4:00.. -, p. M.'Brlngsmalls and Friday........................ '2.00 p.m.
solid Democratic Congress and Leglislature, Total.;......4,072 .: from the North;the: For St. MarTs'andDunseness, on v*
branches, with one exception. A Republican gain of Gulf coast, Transit and- Peninsular Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. m.
VIEGISIAHas RECAPITULATION. railroads. For St. Marys only Monday and

one. Thursday................................ 8.00
Total of Perry's majorities.. ...............9,233 a. m.
gone Democratic by at least 5,000 Closes. daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A. M.
majority. NEBRASKAIs Total of Pope's majorities...j.......4,027 Takes mails for the North, the Steamer Martha amves-
claimed the the Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular From St. Marys and Crandall. on
WEST VIRGIMA. by Republicans on Perry's majority over Pope..5,206 roads.Leesburg Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m.
National ticket, although the Democrats From St. Marys and Dungeness,
The returns in the 2nd districtis
come in very slowly. The have carried the Legislature solid. Dougherty's majority I. train arrives daily.......... 8:30 A. M. on Wednesday and Saturday... 1.00 p.m.
Republicans have made gains and are claim- now estimated at upwards of 1,300. Brings Western mail only. From St.Marys only, :Monday and

ing the State. NEW YORK. Davidson's probably is as great or greater.- I Thursday........................... ..... 2.00p.m.
Times-Union. Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad-
MICHIGAN. The reports of the returns from this State
The latest Arrives daily except Sunday......... 8:50 A. M. COTTAGE,
returns indicate the
election of have been conflicting and doubtful LUCY
very ,Brings the Jacksonville and St.John's .
theState and National fusion ticket but PALATKA IN ASHES !
river mails.
until yesterday. Both parties 'claimed theState Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel ,

later figures may alter this. The Demo- Arrives ........ 5.00
but for the of Tammany daily except Sunday. p. M.
which treachery
crats now claim the State. The Republicans Brings mails same as above. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.

claim the State by clear majority.The Hall would not have been doubtfulat Closes daily except Sunday.......... 9:00 A. M. '
I .
Takes the Jacksonville StJohn'sRiver Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,with
returns in regard to the fusion, may all. Cleveland's majority in New York A Terrible Conflagration Destroys the I. and Northern mails., or without board. Table Boarders will be
be somewhat accommodated also transient.
confusing. The Republicanvote ;
is in full on the leading candidate, To. was 43.000 and in King's County, 15,152. Queen of the St. John's. Closes daily except Sunday........... 5:30 p. M. 2 Miss LUCY: 0. THOMPSON.

get the full fusion The Republicans made large gains in the Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's
vote on President it is river,.Northern and,Western mails. CURTIS & CO. ,
necessary to atfd the vote given separately rural districts, and the State was alternately
for Cleveland and Butler. If the vote of claimed by the Republicans and Democrats. Jacksonville Sunday and St.'John's River, REAL ESTATE AGENTS;

the State is decided for the fusion ticket The most intense excitement prevailed all LOSS NEARLY. $500,000. arrives....-.................................10:25 A. M. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA.
Cleveland) will receive 6 electoral votes, over the country, as from the result an- : Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M.
Butler Jacksonville, St. John's River and Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges -
and 1;goes for l3laine. In voting nounced from other States, it became apparent -
the Greenbackers the North closes....................... 6:00 A. M. effected.
voted for the same men that without New York, neither Jacksonville and St. John's River Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4,

for the twelve electoral places, and for different candidate could be elected. The Democratswere only, closes.............................. 4:00P.M. acres Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000(
men for:the thirteenth which confident but, from the closeness of JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Nov. 8, 1884. acres, for sale. .
SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M. N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selected:
allows a chance for one Blaine elector. It ,the figures wired during the race did not About 11. o'clock last''' night the Mayor of as the terminus of the Atlantic& MississippiCanal :

was desired to find the relative strength of dare to make' any demonstration until a : (under the survey made for Government -.

the Greenbackers and Democrats, and hence definite result should reached.. This was Palatka telegraphed to Mayor Dancy thata ,Master's Sale.TTNDER by General Gillmore), charters for the
the terrible fire,had broken out in that city, construction of which having'been granted:
vote is sent last when it AND BY OF
separately. The reports so done on Thursday evening was by the United States Government and the
far in give very little information about'the announced that Cleveland had, certainly and there was great danger that the whole LJ, decree''rendered in the Circuit Courtof Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large

Upper peninsula, which is a Republican carried New York by 1,200 plurality.; Jay business portion of ''the town would be de Nassau the Fourth County,Judicial on the 4th Circuit day of of September Florida-, be increase confidently in the looked value adjacent for." (See.1 New lands York may

stronghold, but the indications are that Gould, who has throughout campaignbeen stroyed. He begged Mayor Dancy to send A. D. 1883, by W. B. Young, 'Esq., referee Sun, 27-3-83.)
are great Democratic gains there. one of Blaine's staunchest, supporters, in the suit of D. M. 'Hammond vs.
'up the Jacksonville Fire Department to Thos.: J. Wharton, for foreclosure of mort- Wood, l ood.
sent the fallowing telegram to
yesterday : '
CALIFORNIA.The I will :Master named in
; as Special
their assistance ,at once. The fire Having recently a WoodYard'near'Durv
Republicans Governor Cleveland : said decree, offer for sale to the highest bid-
carry the State by 6,000 e.s mill, provided all the
majority The Democrats elect two Congressmen NEN YORK November, 7-1 heartily con- bell ,was 'sounded, and as quickly as der, before the Court-House door in Fernan- necessary machinery for sawingand'spJittingFIR
dina on the first Monday of November next,
while the Republicans have three. gratulate you on your election. All con- possible the Mechanic :BteamFire Engine being the third day'of said month, between E-'V 0 0 D .

cede that your administration as Governor Company with their machine and hose the legal hours of sale on said day, all the I am now prepared, to furnish Oak Wood
CONNECTICUT. estate title and interest which'' Thomas J. sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fire-
has been,wise and conservative, and in the .
Cleveland has a plurality in Connecticut of ,cart, and twenty-five men, under foreman Wharton had on the 28th day of April, A. place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.
field President I feel that
about larger as you J. A. ELLERMANN.
1,000. D. 1877 in.and to lot No. ((9)) nine, in 'Block
Governor to the .
Waller fails of a :Muller, were dispatched ,
will do still better, and that the vast business in the of Fernan-
majority No. Twenty-five ((25)), City
by about C. C. STRATTON & CO.
the State 1,200. The election of interests,of the, country will be entirelysafe !, Tampa & Key West Railroad depot, where dina, Nassau County, Florida.Terms _, ,

officers will go to the Legislature, in ,hands., JAY GOULD. train- had been ready. ,From cash, purchaser paying for title.J. .
which I largely Republican, a'nd which will your special gotten A. ELLERMANN, OF MACON: GEORGIA,
elect lIon. The news has been received all over the the telegraph operator at Palatka.the following Special Master.
Henry B, Harrison and also
reelect AVE MADE THE MODE BRO'S"Fernautlino
Fernandina Fla. : 29 1884. 45-td ,
enthusiasm Sept ,
United country with unbounded byDemocrats H
States Senator 0. H. Platt. facts were gathered : The fire broke Fla., the author-
and public demonstrations will ized Agents to contract, for the sale of their
TEXKES3EE. out early in the evening: iii. a building near Sheriff's Sale.
be the order, ,of the day, for the next few

The Democrats ca'iry the State by a, reduced -' days to, come... Deveraux's, and Rogero's store,. which was UNDER and by virtue of an execution BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties .
out of the Circuit Court Fourth
thr{' Congressmen Republicans, elect. INDIANA. ignited and rapidly,burned Judicial Circuit, in and for 'Nassau County, wishing to purchase will get all in
Democratic a gain of one. The Chairman Henderson, of the Democratic The Larkin House, Graham's Hotel, Reed'sand'Lane's in a-suit in sait Court determined wherein formation as regards prices from them. '

reduced. majority in LeSislature. is State Executive Committee, claims the Stats burned and the Theo Starbuck. plaintiff,and.;Henry Ho- Samples of different qualities and stylescan
buildings were bein defendant, I have levied upon and will be seen at the office of
NORTH c.\ oLiNA. by.8,000, arid Chairman New of.the Republi fire spread towards the river.. .Afterwards, sell at public auction in front of the Court- MODE BRO'S
This can Executive. 'Committee concedes it by house in the ciiy of Fernandina Mondaythe 26 Fernandina. -/
State has gone :so overwhelmingly 2000. 'the wind changed and 'the 'fire'swept' to- ,1st day of December 1884, during the
Dem ocratic the south half of Lot 3 JAMES JIcGIFFIX,
hours of sale
that all interest in returns has wards. the Putnam. House, which' was, legal

the used p-to exist. The Democrats have carried Let the World, ReJoice: wrapped in flames at'12 o'clock; midnight.At of four the((24)southwest'quarter), Township two of((2)).section North,twenty-Range C.ONTRACTOR AND 'BUILDER:. ,,

% Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth:; WASHINGTON D. C 1:55 m.-Cleveland's twenty-eight ((28)) East containing twenty-
Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Congressional p. this time the Palatka wire ceased to eight acres more or less., Levied upon as theproperty Alachna Street between Second and Third. ,

districts' and the Republicans; I election Conceded: by the Republican work and' nothing further could be obtained. of Henry Hobein. FERNANDIXA, :FLA.

fond iSSf1 a DemocratIc gain carried of one theo National, Committee., :Let the,world.rejoice., : The probability is that the fire. had Terms cash J., purchaser A. ELLERMANN paying for, Sheriff.title. Orders and estimates from a distance carefully ",

,. ; :.H:. ", :>:,. Rl' r. Il.\RD'l\MERBICK.'.'. : reached,the telegraph :office, which is near Fernandina. ,. Fla.., October 30th, 1884-td, .attended to. 25-tf .-..;. .v-;. -,

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:'j-.t',..t'c k PATIENT WITH THE*,LIVING. 'I", ."Well, 'we: 'ugh't:to know better, !1"1 I quite fail to' grasp:your ,meaning \'" :,The grief of': Mrs. Pudster and MrMaggleby thing 'intgeneral:; ; ; and finally) there

't exclaimed*Mr..Pudster with warmth ," said Mrs. Bunter. .. .. was terrible to witness. was a letter bearing the postmark

'f, ,j + i f sweet Beyond friend earth's, when thou labor and I, are 1 gdne: ,.7';" ;1' So we. ought, Solomon..''' .;. Well!, lam 'not-very.+ : explanations Mrs. -Pudster: talked of retIrIng'fromthe Plymouth"" Mrs. Maga y opened,

I 4, ; } When small shall weary be our necc1' f grace '' 1'y" But 'upon" my word and honor, ,"' said Mr. Pudster;; but world ; and.'Gideon Maggleby disconsolately it carelessly. ; but a single glance at its

-., From comrade or from neighbor,' Gideon; Mrs. Bunter's: magnificent I will explain' the' situation well: as" declared that he had no contents caused her: to start up

f i. ,"''Passed And done ail, the wjth.all strife, the the toil sighing, the care. .' ,specimen of her sect.' I can.. You see,: Mrs; Bunter,' ,;Mr.- longer anything'' left to live for. No convulsively at the mantelpiece,grasp utter

AVhat"tender, ; ruth shall we have. gained She is, Solomon ; and I' 'don'tthink Maggleby, my; partner? and myself'are .one, therefore: will be much surprisedto exclamation, and tremble like a 1 leaf
i Alas, by simply dying? we can ,conscientiously deny bachelors and live together. We find hear that toward the end of March, "Poor Gideon!" she said. ""Whata

.. t i $ Then lips too chary, of. their praise. ,that we are in love with her." ,it dull.; We long for the_ civilizinginfluences 1868, Mr. Gideon Maggleby led Mrs. fearful blow He mustn't see me
,. 151' r Will tell our merits over, We are," said 'Mr. Pudster with of; woman's sociYet We .Solomon the altar. in this agitated state. I shall

':4, ;: 3, j iJLndJeyes Shall;; no too defect swift discover.our faults to see much humility.Having -are, in fact,'tired of single':bl ssedriess.Th "Solomon will bless our union," Mr. stairs again and decide upon go some up
,, r 1 thus confessed firm is at worth clear' had said when.he proposed."Ah of action before I
"Then hands that would not lift a stone ingenuously present a :Maggleby plan face him!r'
Where'stones were thick to cumber their passion, the two gentlemen five thousand a year. It will support dear sainted Solomon !I" Mrs. And Mrs. ,:Maggleby, letter. an hand,

,r i,Our' ,Above steep-hill our pillowed path, will slumber.scatter flowers walked on in silence ; arid it was not a third partner, .we: think ; and ,so,we :Pudster had exclaimed, as she fell and pale as death, quitted the room

until they were near home that they 'propose, Irs.'Bunter, that-you shall, weeping upon :Mr. Maggleby's breast. leaving the coffee and the eggs and
4'I: Sweet friend, perchance both thou and I, I
Ere love is past forgiving, again spoke. join it, and come and take care of'us bacon and the crumpets to get cold.
.:Should take the earnest lesson home- I suppose that it .will be necessaryas in a friendly way." CHAPTER 'II. Three-quarters of an hour later Jlr.
s' 1 Be patient with the living: a matter of formal business," sug- Mrs. Bunter looked rather uncomfortable Maggleby ventured down stairs again.

'To-day's Our blinding repressed tears rebuke to-morrow may saver : gested Mr. ,Pudster diffidently, "forus and was silent" ,for a few mo Mr.''rather Gideon, less Maggleby than had been married He was dressed as if to go to the citv

Then patience-e'en when keenest edge to call upon :Mrs. Bunter and apprise ments. "You "are.very good;" she when at.about twoandtwentyhours nine o'clock in his hand he held a letter whi ch'
; May whet a nameless sorrow. her of the state,of, our feelings.We said at last : but although I am not ; bore the simple address, Maria." This
the of March 23 1868 he
""Tis easy to be gentle when mean, of course, to follow the well off, I had not thought of going morning letter he laid upon his wife's plate. It
Death's silence shames our clamro, matter up." out as a.housekeeper.? : ., The late :Mr. walked into the room in which he had was worded as'fallows :
-And to discern the best often breakfasted and dined with
easy so ,
Through memory's mystic glamour; Certainly, certainly, agreed Mr. Bunter left me enough for my little his i late friend 'and Solomon MY DEAREST LIFE:-I am suddenly and
nut wise it were for thee and me Maggleby ;, we mean to follow the needs. : unexpectedly summoned to Mincing Laneon
". ; Ere love is past forgiving, matter up." "I hope"so',;Indeed, madam. But Pudster., :Mr. Maggleby, who was preeminently business, of the greatest importance. I
TTo take the tender lesson home- ) a man of business, had not do not know exactly when I shall return,
the firm had better writeto don't ask to to us as a
Perhaps we come
; w' .Be patient with the living. you but you must not be anxious.
fit the Isle of
T her and prepare her mind," pro- housekeeper simply. Marriage is whatwe seen to go to Wight or Yours devotedly, GIDEON.

, T"t; JI/B. PUDSTER'S RETURN : posed the senior partner, with kindly offer you, Mrs Bunter. In the to Paris to spend his honeymoon, and Mr. Maggleby hastily seized a tepid
'Mrs. who if
YI.tI.' .. forethought. name of Pudster & Maggleby I have Maggleby, was nothing crumpet, and without the formality of
tI CHAPTER I."Mr. I, The firm had better write tomorrow the honor of proposing for your hand." not a woman of sound sense, had loy- seating himself at the table, devouredthe

# ,, Solomon Pudster and Mr. Solomon ; but, Solomon, it Mercy !exclaimed Mrs. Bunterin ally accepted the decision of her third clammy dainty. Then, hearing
;.', .. 'Gideon Maggleby were bosom friends, lord and master. They had agreedto
occurs to me that the firm cannot some agitation. Surely you would his wife upon the stairs, he rushed
could well be in town and not-to allow their
14 nor they otherwise. stay ,
marry Mrs. Bunter. You or I must not have me marry the firm ? like a madman from the room, and an
They were both born on the 29th of ,be the happy man ; and, then, Solomon I put it in that way," said Mr. new happiness to interfere with their instant afterward left the house and
; Hay, 1815, in Gower street, Blooms- I and I material interests in Mincing Lane.
nk I we shall have to separate. Pudster, because Maggleby quietly closed the front door behind
burry; Solomon ,entering upon the ", :Mr. Maggleby had determined, how-
"Never! ejaculated Mr. Pndster, are practically one and the same.
k'i worlds stage at an early hour in the who stopped and seized his friend by But I will be accurate. The propo- ever, to make a holiday of the day him.Mrs.. Maggleby, whose face bore

,m44;, morning, at No.,69, and Gideon first the hand-" never! You\ shall marry sition is, :Mrs. Bunter, that you should after his wedding ; to stay at home in traces of recent weeping, entered the

seeing the light about midday at No. Mrs. Bunter, and we will all live become the wife of-ahem !-the the morning with his wife, to escort dining-room as, if she expected to find
96. At the of the her to :Madame Tussaud's in the after-
age ten boys were
and that Mr. Gideon
together. senior partner, the place tenanted by a ghost. Discovering -
; sent-- to Westminster School at the and to take her to the play in
; Solomon, this magnanimity Maggleby should live with us in his however, that it was empty,
; .age of seventeen they became fellow-, murmured Mr. Maggleby, who had old sociable wayExcuse my blunt the evening.With she resumed her seat by the fire, and

.;t clerks in the great West India warehouse tears in his eyes. No ; I will not way of expressing myself, :Mrs. this comfortable programmein with a hysterical outburst, buried her
of Ruggleton, Matta & Co.; at his mind's eye, Mr. Maggleby came
accept such a sacrifice. You, as the Bunter. head in her hands.
a the age of four-and-twenty they went senior partner, shall marry Mrs. Then you, ),Ir. Pudster, are the down to breakfast in his flowered dress- "Poor, dear Gideon I" she sobbed.

into partnership as sugar merchants in B.unter, and, with her permission, I senior partner I" said Mrs. Bunter, ing-gown. Mrs. Maggleby, he knew, "What will become of him and me?
Mincing Lane. At that period they The firm shall emile.j j I would not be many minutes behind We shall be for
.. will stay with you. with a very agreeable am imprisoned life; I
him and he therefore the bell for
'', were bachelors; and being already write to prepare her mind. Businessis very much flattered, I assure you, but rang know we shall. The house will haveto
c sincerely attached one to the other, the coffee, and turned lazily toward
business. The firm shall write to- your proposal requires consideration. be shut up ; the business will go to
4 they decided to live together in a night ; and I myself will take the No doubt," assented :Mr. Pudster. the table, upon which lay two piles of ruin ; the servants will have to know

w pleasant? little house in the. then I letter to the post. The firm is willing to wait for your letters. The smaller heap chiefly con- all. Oh, it is too terrible But I
fashionable sisted of missives addressed to Mrs.
neighborhood Fitzroy i Half an hour later Mr. Maggleby reply. In matters of business we are must compose myself. Gideon will
i Pudster for the of the
Square. years they were almost handed to Mr. Pudster a letter, of never in a hurry. When may we marriage pre- be coming down, and I must be prepared -
vious had not as been noised
inseparable. Day after day they day yet
which the following is a copy: look for your answer? to break the news to him ; and
i breakfasted abroad in the and Mrs.
and dined ,together at 14 MINCING LANE, CITY, August 4, 1865. Well, you shall have a note by country, Mag with great self-command Mrs. Mag-
;; home, and worked and.lunched together To Mrs. Ferdinand Bunter, Matador Villa, to-morrow morning's post," replied gleby had several female correspondents gleby wiped her and seated her-
,, Chelsea : who communicated with her much eyes
in the and but for the
city "
t _.' ; MADAM: Our Mr. Pudster will do himselfthe Mrs. Bunter. "I may say, she ad- she communicatedwith self at the table. As she did so she
often than
tact that the firm
purchased a large honor of to-morrow, have heard deal more of her husband's
calling upon you ded, that I a; great caught sight note,
e ;sugar estate in Demerara, Solomon between twelve and one. in order to lay. of firm Mr. Pudster and that I them. The larger bundle was which she eagerly opened.
-' Pudster and Gideon :Maggleby would before you a project which is very intimately i your ; made up of letters addressed either to '
fiat does "He has I"she exclaimed de-
conscious me great
connected with the comfort and well beingof am gone
:Mi. to Messrs. Pudster
probably have never been, parted,for the undersigned. We beg you, therefore, honor by thus offering me a partnership Maggleby or sparingly, when she had read it. "I
: more than 'a few hours at,, a time until to regard any proposition that may be madeto in it." & Maggleby, the letters to the firm am left alone to bear the trial. An,
; death decreed a.dissolution of their you by our :Mr. P. as made to you on having been already brought down
honor is little know how cruel
Indeed madam the Gideon
behalf of the firm and with its full authority.We from Lane confidential you you
j partnership. The sugar estate, unfortunately :- said Mr. Pudster Mincing by a But I must follow We
u y remain, madam, most devotedly yours. ours !1" bowing as are. you.
required a great deal of PUDSTER & MAGGLEBY. he retired. ] clerk. must concert measures at once."
,; f looking after; and at regular intervals How will that do ?" asked :Mr. No sooner had he departed than I It was a chilly morning; and Mr. Once more she went up stairs. She

''x of> two years one of the partners was Maggleby, with conscious pride. the widow burst into a long and merryfit Maggleby, with the letters in his hand, put on her cloak and bonnet ; she

obliged to cross the Atlantic and to "Excellently well, Gideon," said of laughter. Her first'impulse was sank into an easy chair by the fireside, covered her flushed face with a thick

:,. iremain absent .from his friend for five :Mr. Pudster. But don't, you think to write and refuse the ridiculous and then began to polish his specta- veil, and without saying a word to
: : *or six months. Solomon and Gideon that 'most devotedly yours'sounds cles. But ere he had time to completethat
offer ; but as the day wore on she any of her servants she left the house
!I r!alternately undertook these troublesome rather too distant? What do you say thought better of the affair, and in the operation, one envelope attractedthe and made the best of her way to the
, ii ;. .expeditions,.and,braved the heat to 'yours admiringly,' or yours to eveniner after dinner she sat down attention of his not very dim- nearest cab-stand.
i 1 :and :mosquitoes of the !tropics and distraction ?' sighted eyes. It bore the postmark -
w ;_ quite seriously and wrote. a letter as Meantime'Mr. Maggleby had been
; ';:: : u: mean lime the'firm of Pudster & Mag-:' 'Yours to distraction' sounds best, follows: "Plymouth, and was addressed in a driven to his place of business; in Mincing -

i I. I t,' :j:'I: ] ." : gleby\ :prospered' > exceedingly, and no I think," replied Mr. Maggleby after MATADOR VILLA, CHELSEA, August 51865. familiar handwriting. Without wait- Lane. He entered his office and

': ., :shadow of .a, cloud ,came between the considerable reflection. I will put To Messrs. Pudster' & Maggleby; 14 Mincing ing to put on his spectacles Mr. Mag sat down as if dazed in his privateroom.
... the letter Solo- Lane, City: seized this and tore it
'\ t -devoted ifneads--the former of whom, that in, and recopy gleby envelope of his principal's unexpected -
GENTLEMEN : I have decided to accept the Hearing
]' on accounto'f' his being a few hours mon. '' open. For an instant he stared at the Mr.
.,jft very flattering offer which was laid beforeme arrival the head clerk,
d :; : the older, was .declared senior partner We are about to take an importantstep to-day on your behalf by your Mr. Pud- letter which it contained ; then he John Doddard almost immediately
,.*"' p an the firm. in life," said Mr. Pudster seri- ster. If he will call, I shall have much turned white and fell back with a scared and

t,;',. ,, .Butun the year '1865 an important ously. Are you sure, Gideon, that pleasure him. I remain in arranging, gentlemen preliminaries, very faithfully with groan. But :Mr.Maggleby: was a man appeared.breathless. He, too, was

,,, Went r happened. :)Mr. Pudster and we are not acting too hastily ?" yours, J MARIA RUNTER." of considerable self-command, and he "Read, sir, read !I" he gasped, as he
Mr. Pudster 1" exclaimed Mr. I must fall in with their humor I recovered himself.
4 Mr. .Maggleby ran down by train one soon partly thrust letter into Mr. :Maggleby's -
U, ,:;. ; evening to see the fire-works at the Maggleby warmly, we may trust suppose," she reflected. "And really, "Maria must not see me in this agi- an

s Crystal Palace ; and on their return these sacred promptings of our finer Mr. Pudster is a very nice man, and tated state," he murmured, as he rose. Mr. mechanically took

K "' "jcrarney they found themselves in a feelings. We ,have lived too long almost handsome ; and I'm sure thatI "I shall go back to my dressingroomand the letter Maggleby and read aloud as follows :
compartment the only other occupant alone. The firm needs the chaste and shall do no harm by marrying him. decide .upon some plan of action ,
; of which was a remarkably buxom and softening influence of woman. And Besides, it is quite true that they must before I face her." And with unsteady On Board. ME.S. S.DODDARD-As Camel off Plymouth.Tuesday.DR. you are pro-

was cheer f-looking widow of about forty.Drears who in this wide more fittedto want some one to look after them. If steps he quitted the dining-room, tak- bably not expecting me, I send aline ashoreto

3i .. jof Age. The two gentlemen, grace our board than Mrs. Bunter?" they go on living by themselves, they ing with him the letter that was the let you know that I hope to return in
honr on
''r So be it then assented the senior will and bearish And of his emotion. Almost imme- time to be at business at the usual
\Wi hneir accustomed gallantry, grow crusty cause Thursday. Please take care that there is
' o, "vsatered into conversation with her. partner.Mr. :Mrs. Bunter sent her maid out to post I diately afterward a servant entered a good fire in my private room,as a visit to

'' f., They discovered that she and they Maggleby recopied the letter, the. letter. with.the coffee and some covered dishes Demerara always, as you know, renders me I

a : 'had several friends in common, and signed it with the firm's usual signa- Three weeks later, the widow be- which she set upon the table; andno am particularly writing to sensitive:Mr. cold and We damp.have hada

F i : that she was, in fact; a' certain Mrs. ture, and carried it to the nearest came Mrs. Pudster; Mr. Maggleby, sooner had she withdrawn than capital voyage so far, but the weather in
:> Bunter{ whose many:domestic virtues letter-box. When he returned, he of course, officiating as best'man at Mrs. Maggleby appeared. Mrs. Mag- the channel threatens to be rather dirty. I

: S :+ IJr and abounding good nature had often found his friend waiting to go to bed, the wedding, and being the first to leby; looked blooming, and was evidently shall out when land at the Gravesend Camel is,likely and if to you be can there find,

'" # ?, been spoken of in their hearing. and trying to keep himself awake by salute the bride in the,vestry after the in capital spirits. She caughtup you may send down some one to meet me.

I n i They were charmed with her ; they I studying the marriage serVIce. ceremony. Thenceforward, for a her letters, sat down smiling in the Yours faithfully, SOLoMON PUDSTEK.

Ibegged, as if with one accord, to be On the following forenoon Mr. Pud- whole year, the three members of the very easy chair from which her hus- "I knew it I" ejaculated Mr. Maggleby.
s 1 -permitted to call upon her at her ster with the scrupulous punctualitythat firm lived together in complete har- band had ,risen earlier, and began to "I have just received the letter that he

louse in Chelsea; and when, after is characteristic of city men, mony ; and the pleasant history of 'read. The first letters to be openedwere speaks of."

putting her into a cab at Victoria Sta- called at Matador Villa, Chelsea, and their existence was only interruptedby of course, those which were ad- "What does it all mean?" asked Mr.sir.

n :;tion, they started off to walk home, was at once shown into the presenceof Mr. Pudster's enforced departurefor dressed to her'in her new name. They We Doddard.buried"I seem to'Pudster dreaming eight,

h they: simultaneously exclaimed with Mrs. Bunter, who was waiting to Demerara in September, 1866. Mr. contained congratulations upon her I months ago, didn't poor we?"
enthusiasm : What a splendid receive him. I am quite at a loss Maggleby, it is true, offered to go marriage. Then she attacked the en- '] "So I thought," murmured Mr. Magglebv -

:, woman 1" to understand why you have done me instead of him; but Mr. Pudster velopes that were addressed to Mrs.] vaguely. "But this letter is certainly -

: VAh, Gideon 1" ejaculated Mr. the honor of coming to see me to-day," would not hear of it; and Mr. Mag- ,Pudster.. One contained a bill ; an- in his handwriting. And look at
said the widow From letter,I gleby was to confess that other contained for Mrs. the post-mark. There it is as plain as
lti t'H Pudster sentimentally, a few moments your obliged a request possible : 'Plymouth, :Mar. 22, 1868.:
i later judge that 'you have some business business was business; and that it was Pudster's vote'' and interest on behalfof That was yesterday, and to-day is

Ah, Solomon I"! responded Mr. proposal to make ,to me. Unfortu- certainly Mr. Pudster's turn to brave Miss Tabitha Gabbles, a maiden Wednesday, :March 23. Just read my

i;. Maggleby, with equal passion. nately, Mr. Pudster, I am not prepared the mosquitoes. And so, after. con- lady who was seeking admission into letter, Mr. Doddard! and he pulled
"If only we had such an angel at to speculate in sugar. I am not well fiding his wife to the care of his the Home for the Daughters of Decayed'] from his pocket a missive, which he

z E + home to welcome us !1" continued the off. But :perhaps under, mis- friend, Mr. Pudster departed. During Trinity Pilots; and a third brought a handed Mr._Doddard to his as follows:
apt' senior apprehension. The letter contains an his absence all went well ; and in lithographed letter from the Marquisof
partner. ,
i .: Just what I was thinking assented expression which I do not under- March, 1867, he returned to England.But Palmyra, imploring the recipient to day.On-Board MY DEAR S. S. GIDEON Camel, :off Here Plymonth I am Tues-almost -

: Mr. Maggleby, who thereupon stand." this time the heat had been too make some small subscription to the at home again. I fancy you didn't

looked up at the moon and sighed It is true," replied the senior much for poor Mr. Pudster. His wife funds of the Association for the En- expect to see me just at present, for I wasn't
partner, that we have some hope o noticed he was looking unwell. 'Magf couragement of Asparagus Culture in able to write to you before we left Dem-
profoundly."No ashore
erara so, as
]? we are now sending
k other woman ever affected us persuading you to speculate a little in gleby, with sorrow, perceived the the Sicily Islands. There were also here, I post you a few lines to prepare you

in':this way, Gideon," said Mr. Pud- sugar;' and there is no reason why same. Pudster laughed. Nevertheless letters from: Miss Martha Tigstake and for the surprise. It is, as you know, quite

t .ster| ;, and here we are at fifty-" your want of capital should prevent he soon took to his bed' ; and Mrs. Benjamin Bowery, dealing with unusual Plymouth for, and vessels therefore of this I haven't line to time call at to
> 3 Solomon." joining us. after a long and painful illness died. nothing in particular and with
,F "Fifty last May, your every- send you a long. letter; though, if we also

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will' write again rit't ," 1
ton I of.laughter. By- Jove!I" heexclaimed oW .
c all at southan1P Id Dotard. to send VGraveond \\\ "this is too ridiculous! I 'Place,of Name of RECEIVED AT-

there.,I I hare rile atn1ett ; lot fcrttfckeat never heard of such a thing in my life! Registration.Clerk's Registeririg'Officer.
: > The
01 Ie 10 v letter von ;,Imay ftfctttu! to It is like a play! Ha, ha, ha! Q Uptown Clothing House

al. an 'yours; SOLOMON. Your merriment is rather ill-timed,! ,,

JJstonce.! cried Mr. Maggleby office...;...... J.'A. Edwards.........1 :CORNER 0? SIXTH AND ..
did r.:. Sled :Mr. Dod- when Mr. Pudster will arrive at Amelia,................ \V. F. Scott..'.......... 2 ASH STREETS. ,

o"ellJ never could B\Vear to Mr. Pud- Graresend; and be quick, or :1 shall'lose O'Neil's Residence... Isidore Si: O'Neill: .... A LARGE
aar.::1' J.e t I anywhere. It is aftel's the train.." School House No.12 Priest................. STOCK I FALL GOODS

handwriting mal who ought to "A too!" continued the head- ,Hart's Road........... W.W. Farmer......... .
i ] tlun" for a clerk; pump, ResidenceJOwens...John Owens............ -CONSISTING OF A''FULL LINE OF- '
terrible his coffin to come hilariously."You're .
uietl i vin : :;Kings Ferry... ..... T. J. HigjrinbolhamGeo. ..3
:q and upset every one's cal.culations. mad, I think," said'Mr' Maggleby. .l. MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S '
bath like tln is ,Boulogne. W. Hodges..... CLOTHING
." .- What doy mean? Callahan...;............ Sa'riiuel Jones.,;....... ,
are c'crt3in about the hand, I Well, readthis/sif," 'Shswered Mr. Higginbotham's..._... L..W.Higginbotham..8 Gents', .Forms: 1ng ,Goods, Umbrellas etc.

"\' Ou"a..kedIr..Majrglebv 1 anxiously.Mr. Doddard, and..he handed the, primes to Brandy Branch....... Noah A. Hicks....:... Which .'. i
4bu:' rtain!" repUed .Doddard.poor his principal and 'pointedto; thetpara. --'BOUNDARIES OF ELECTION""---- DIS- I WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE-IN THF., <:
.. CITY. Give call before
me a
'v purchasing elsewhere. "
4IQUtltefrightful] thing, for 1\Irs: graph. ; TRICTS.District Don't forget the place
: Mr 1tla leby testily took the BST THE UPTOWN CLOTHING
!? paper, .No. Includes all that portion of HOUSED W. J. LOHM
P1rMa?!\ ((!'leby, you ;mcan!1" said Mr; adjusted' his spectacles, and read: Amelia Island la'inorth of township line
Mn : "Yes. I d>n't know how tojSittoto "EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY AT PLYMOUTH number two; commencing at the .Atlantic

kl It's a.;case of bigamy ; .The corporation of. Plymouth recently :Ocean and, running west on township line WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
.: decided to remove mold and disused number two until the Transit Railroad is n

i 't 1t1 for thfc best, sir Mr..ifJr pump which for many'' years has stood reached, thence along the line of.the railroadto ,
t'us hope
handleless and dry on, .the Hoe. Yesterday --
I the drawbridge over Amelia river. =-:= = 3iEJFM.SSSSi
won't prosecute, fancy, con- T"g:i.r-Tar: !S f aZT -'Z ; -r- .2i5
morning some workmen proceeded to
remove -
I the peculiar Character of the it, and in its interior,they were aston- District No. 2-;To include that portion ofAmeha
denng i ---SSr Jg2 3>- **cZS"Z2Tra =:%: ?!1'5=ftB t.t\
:*. It's his, fault That'Clrcun1nion. s ished to discover a number of letters which Island lying south'of the southern .

; I could wear, even now', had it is ,been the hole boundary line of District No. 1. .
supposed put.into ..
ji : .y-_ ::f';;;" 3fi, ;;:r1!!! _" ; ,
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my !w'ef buried him. pie;; must have into which the handle formerly fitted under District No. S-To commence at Amelia : *: TLJrJTT"'" r--! -r ==J1 ?- t-iiF=g- -11!- ;t. #\ '!:"'''r.:!.
il =
Sved! in Ms coffin, and I been dug upV the delusion that the pump.was si postoffice ,river, at the mouth 'Clark's or O'Neill's : r. 1 2 t
---- ,. __ ,
"""""' ""= : "iflJIi "
--Y' = '' osacs.
and letter-box. The.letters once creek thence Clark's or, Neill's creekto ,
the grave diggers; must pillar were at ; up .i r -fS "
aol;:? inn(, over ''to Dernerara, in taken to the Plymouth, postoffice, and were the :Transit Railroad ;,thence westerly by ( _g-jF sg t h: ::
thJf.'D nave:3\'ofd -hoeking'his poor wife" without delay forwarded to their destina- the railroad. Lofton'creek ; thence down : -
: !!&
t tl) agents didn't tion. Nassau river to Amelia river; thence down --- .
j-ondor our Deinejfara Lofton creek to Nassau river thence north ,,,,
twlien wrote Can be true? ejaculated Mr.)VIag- ; "* TIt'f"'cr'-i, !!: _
iancthin",about It{ they gleby with'a greatsigh of relief. by Amelia river to place of beginning. :;:i.!''t'fTk-: : .to:::. : ". _" .
nt wail" said >Jr. Maggleby."Oh s i-r,.. "If.l, ;: .t1 ;! "DLE _
hrthela-t! sir. "Then the fact of the Camel having been District No. 4-To commence where the po.l.T- ;;; :;:..z, ,.I' ", _=:,;:,I; _
ke them ,, ; .,
he jt quiet, :: -= ,
of 'our-c :>I' """ ;. .:_\
( t'8 all I have to signaled last night off:Dover; 'pis merelya railroad crosses Lofton creek ; thence up JJ1. t ..... -';; ....".' "
cruel < 1 se-t Un 1i' ; I1WS6 J;; :;:: 1
tit'l: Lofton creek to McQueen's thenceup "
Jut; coincidence? swamp ; '; "'
iiid though I have known Mr. :': -;'-: t!' : sly. ; Most certainly" said Mr.Doddard. McQueen's swamp to Waterman Old ,,, ....
Vears and liked ;-* ,
thirty .
these Field thence following the public 7."" J :' .
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ftid' 'tt-r "Thank heaven !" cried Mr. Maggleby ; wagon .n"."' .". ." 1
I'I don't hcrttatfe: to say tliat'he'sIrtkliaTinj road to Port Henry on the St. Marys river to ,, : ;' ':'
1, "Send the cab- Dod : -
:-\raig11ttrwardlY,; in this fervently. away. Amelia river; thence up the Amelia riverto 'r o>- = ..,..:::.
of:hl1SlIles.,." dard. But no! I'll go home again at the mouth of Clark's or O'Neill's creek ; .. *.. n ; l

1 niece Wait until\ you know of hisr.aRs. once, and set my poor wife at ease. Ha, thence by the line of Clark's or O'Neill's "
"I1n] ,h"!Fail 31 : lcby. ha! I do remember, now, that when creek to the railroad ; thence by the line of I '!e; :4j; 'tf y

lDotiw t :, }hwnself .I tellvou" poor Mr. Pudster came home from his railroad to place of beginning. .. TlfJ' _h-r1
"lie can't excuse: ,sir, _
last he discovered that some r;:. -
r. Doddard warmly. voyage District No. 5-To commence where the
rejoiul'a1 So there 1 AndI letters which he had posted at Plymouthhad railroad crosses Lofton creek where Mc-
back Igo. ,
"If he pomes to sir. Whena'nm'sonce not been delivered., We didn't miss Queen's swamp intersects Lofton creek ;
all ,
Fait with respect: you them because recollect Doddard thence McQueen's to the ford of
to as you up swamp
htfa right .
dead, jrotno he wrote again from Southampton." Mr. Higginbotham's,: place; thence in a, ee. +::? :- s-
natural and
come back ajaiu.:: It asn't southwesterly direction following the old
"Of course he did, sir;; said Mr. Dod- ,
nhift more, it isn't : : dard. "Well, let us congratulate our- public road to Boggy swamp ; thence down
The bitterness of Mr. Doddard's, remarks selves. It would have been a fearful Boggy swamp to Nassau river; thence down A. B. NOYES
in this connection may be partly Nassau river to the mouth of Lofton creek ; ,
business for Mrs to have
accounted for by consideration of the Maggleby to go thence up Lofton creek to the place of be-

Mr. Maggleby had a few days through. ginning. DEALER IN
fact that
And it would have been bad for
previously! announced his intention of you, District No. 6-To commence at Port Hen- FAMILY SUPPLIES HEAVY GROCERIES
Doddard for it would have
taking the head-clerk into partnership at spoiled your ry, on the St. Marys river; thence up the ,
early date. Mr. .Pn ster's return chance of a partnership for some time to St. Marys river to the mouth of Little St.

an would of course knock ;this project on the come. Now I'm off.:" Marys river; thence up the Little St. Marys Hay and Grain, Ship Stores,
Mr. Magglebyput the Times in his river to the public road known as the Old

head."Well Doddard" said Mr. Maggleby, pocket and 'departed, and when he King's road ; thence by the King's road to FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,
reached his home and showed the paperto the point where it crosses Boggy swamp ;
*we can't mend matters by talking. we his wife, the couple sat together for at I thence down Boggy swamp to the old ford CROCKERY, HARDWAREVILLOWVARE.. M

can onlv wait,and perhaps,when"we see least half an hour, talking over the ex- near Mr. Peter Green's place; thence following -
Mr.Punster, we shall find that the public road in a northwesterly
traordinary nature of the adventure. !
But Mr. Magjrleby's1: philosophical re- "Well, we shall be able to go to : direction to the ford on McQueen's swamp ; Prices Low as the Lowest.
marks were suddenly cut short by the thence down McQueen's swamp to Waterman's -
:Madame Tussaud's and the theatre after
unexpected arrival of Mrs. Maggleby Old Field ; thence by the public roadto N. E. corner Centre and Second Sis, Fernandina, Fla.

upon the scene. She rushed into the all, Maria, said Mr. Maggleby at lunch- Port Henry, the place of beginning. .. K\\

private room, stretched for a letter, and eon.And District No. 7-To commence at the mouth I
fell sobbing upon her husband's neck. go they did ; and what is more, of the Little St. Marys river; thence up the :R. .-crS-rJ: : ,

Mr. Mapglcby placed his wife in a Mr. Doddard became a partner a fort- Little St. Marys river to the old King's road

chair, opened a cupboard, gave her a night later, the firm thenceforward' being (one leading to camp Pinktiey) ; thence by MANUFACTURER OF
jrkssof wine took the letter and read it. known as INtaggleby & Doddard.-Cham the old King's road to Camp Pinkney, on
ber's Journal. the St. ,Marys river; th l\ce'down the St. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND !
Like the o\\\era, it -\I.1l.dated from on .
Marys to the mouth of Little St. Marys river,
board the Cui/Mloff and
Plymouth, ran. ROUTE' the place of beginning.
"Mv OWN DEUET WIFE," "in a few District No. 8-To commence at Camp

Lours from this 1 shall I hope, be with you Pinkney, on the St. Marys river; thence by
once more, never main to leave you. I GEORGIA AND FLORIDA the old King's road to the point where the PARL R FrI E &d I ST VES 4Z

ought! to hare already apprised you of the Alachua trail leaves it; thence followingthe ,
probable date of my return, but at the last Inland Steamboat Co. Alachua trail to Batton's ; thence wes -

moment before starting: I had no opportunity erly by the public'road to Stokes' Ferry, on I

of writing. How glad I shall be to the St. Marys river; thence down the St. .
see you. My long;absence has been a great NO HEAT-NO! DUST! :Marys river to the place of beginning.

trial! to ray,and I feel sure that it has also -BUT- District No. -To commence at the mouthof say' .s .

tired I will you, if ;possible but it is write now almost at an end. A Delightful Sail Along the Pic- Boggy creek, on Nassau river ; following I
again from Southampton

Boggy creek to the ford of King's road l
and tell Sea Islands.
you exactly when to expect turesque thence north by the King's road to Alachna
me. The sea in the channel is so rough --
\ trail : thence by the Alachua trail to the
that shall at)present it is difficult to say when we A PERFECT' DAYLIGHT' SERVICE* range line No. 23; thence following the
get into the
!husband.u river. Your ever-loving -- range line south of the base line to the

It. SOLOMON" THE STEAMER boundary line of Duval county; thence by
w most painful gasped; J.Irs.1\1ag- J4' the dividing line between'Duval and Nas- h

!ebr. "What ca.nve do, Gideon ?" sau counties to the mouth of ,Boggy creek,
lou: must manage to meet Solomon at the place of beginning.

Grar sDd." Look inthe newspaper and i District No. 10-To commence at Stokes'Ferry MF s XPOSITIDN'jiew.
see whether: the {sued bas signaled
on the St. Marys .river; by ..
vet lie must hear first of what has the public road to Alachna trail ; thence by
happened either from -. '-'- line No. 23 OIleD1l :,
my lips or from the Alachua trail to range ; I
your; and I am really now well enough thence south by range line No. 23 to baseline Of the Latest and Most Approved

{& g o myself. I thought\ that he was ST_ NICHOLAS ; thence by base line to Crosbey's bay ; Opening December 1;1884; Closing May 31,1885.UNDIfK .

lying cold in his'coffin Oh that should FERNANDINA EVERY MON- thence by Deep creek : thence down Deep COOKKG UTENSILS OF ALL iUDS, TItKAGSI'iCKSOFTIta- I
have committed 1 l'I Friday mornings. creek to the mouth.

}have fi r emamec.falthf1] bigamy to his ought to Returning, leaves SAVANNAH foot of District No. 11-To consist of all that por- LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, United States Government.
till Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday south of the line
111'111116111- tion of the county commencing .
lIe 8 SlSlmll} 1\-e me." be must- mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. at the mouth of Deep creek; thence by PIPES.

3Ir. Doddard had gone into the outer For Regular and Special Excursion Tickets said creek Crosbey's bay to the base line ; WROUGHT-IRON $1,300,000,
office and thence by the base line to the dividing line
1 ', hall sent a derk for a copy of -TO- between Nassau and Duval counties. Appropriated by the General Government.:

and;bnes. Wit tw he now returned, Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, The voting precinct of No. 1 is establishedat DRIVEN WELLS. A SPECIALTY ..
pcr was opened on Mr. Dingy $500,000,
gleb Ii LIVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull the court-house in Fernandina.The .
Y table, and scanned for apply to AND IRON ROOFS PUT ON. 1
sews,, of the Camel. and Bryan streets, Savannah. precinct of District No. 2is, estab- TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Contributed bv the Citi/enof; ;New Orleans.

here were have it!" Brunswick passengers either way will be lished at Amelia settlement, formerly J. Wind Mills for pumping water or running $200,000
(lard at last said Dir. Dod- transferred at St. Simon by Steamer Ruby. D. Vaughan's place, situated in section 15,' light machinery promptly erected on order. ,

Ikmarar a to tm1Ushit) Camel from Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri- township north, range 28 east. Church Factory and School Bells for sale Appropriated by Mexico.

Passenger' London, with cargo and val will be at risk of consignee. District No. 3. The precinct is establishedat at a bargain.

one) o'clock Ma.S Mgiialed off Dover at F. W.,,SIMMONS, Agent, School House ,No. 20 located on land ,*Stoves at Wholesale Prices. $100,000

hmd ter viii: tIllS morning.' Then Dir Fernandina, Fla. deeded by W. F Wood to the Board of Pub- All goods delivered at the various trans- Appropriated br the State of Louisiana.

or two he at Gravesend in an hour C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, lic Instruction for 'school purposes, and located portation stations within the city ,free of
,1r. Savannah, Ga. 2 north All sales for cash. ,$100,000
"Go in section 37, township range charge. ,
Gideon (yo'" J. N. HARRIMAN; Manager.; t
.Ha-Mebv "T' eclaimcd Mrs.; 26 east. CORNER BROOME AND SECOND STS. Appropriated by the City of New Orleans.
) hl ". 4 se no time. Take a District No. 4-The precinct] established
joll""(liianff If nece s My.. Tell him all, STANDARD BIOGRAPHIES. j J U 8 t atScheol House No. 12 Coneville, locatedin Fernandina,,Fla.. July 121884. From $5000 to $25.000,
} R e a (2 3 north 28 east.
Ate.hVfoWvf: 'ness. AND LOGAN.,, J. section 43, township range Appropriated bv Innumerable Mates, Cities
>, I had Wer Maria District No. 5-The precjnct is establishedat CHEAP AMD GOOD.MINES and Foreign Countries.
!:li i d 3Ir. 3la IS go, 271 Royal octavo pages; 67 full-page Illustrations. '
'.1eby l "Lwill send- clerk School House No. 21, located on land -
Ion' 1e witI : a State and'T Territory i n the Union represented
1 you TILDEN CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS. deeded S.A. Swan to the Board of Pub- BOILER S Every
you and wil1 telegraph to by ; and, nearly allth!I Leading Nations and S
11UslJandOOll as I tee your-your late 774 royal octavo pages; 35 full-page Illustrations. lic Instruction for school purposes, locatedin j Countries of the World. i iI
the meantime Iot2 section and tow nsnip 2 north, range J NEW AND SECOND HAND. I
aim.. pi c try to be Best Terms 'ever.Offered to Agents. 2G east. The Biggest Exhibit the Biggest Building and the I

D dard' .AK.e .tdI 1 them! to call a cab, l!3-Outfit FREE, and ALL FREIGHT PAID. District No. 6-The precinct is established ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AT LOW PRICES I Biggest Industrial Event In the

Outer Ice i D\ddal\l<, returned to the Address II. S. GOODSPEED & CO., at the residence of John Owensin Comblied Orange Box' gird Shingle Machine I World's History.APPIICATIOXS .

for two :''a"I (,1.l!$ )at(51ietl a messenger 48 NEW YORK or CmCAGo. section 7, township 3 north,range 2G east. Eagle GIna, Saw Mills,.Planers' ,Betaws ,&0 I TOK '.:-XUlIII,.!> ..r.IUAOT RY.CF.ITII)
lira MaHJf' :\Ir. Ial''lcby handed establishedat Ask for Cutalogne and Prices before bn vIne. COVKKJIDKKSI'U'K t NI> A fiKKJITKi: VAItlIt'rr
1 REGISTRATION: 'NOTICE. District No.' 7-The precinct OF cn..CT THIN THOM OK ANY I
'rk ioilillh"lto. glee of them, and a School House No. 7, in the town of King's HANDLE & DU UMACH'Y CO XI'O"l'flOVKK: Htl.D. '
) Ten]
ltl> the unfortuna
luau Wnt bark REGISTRATION BOOKS of the Ferry, on'the St. Marys river.District of travcv ever known inII
0. rates
fura ELM ST. CINCINNaTI The cheapest
moment to his T'HE 65,67,69 i
ate is establishedat secured for the
mull) to Election Districts of Nassau No. 8-The precinct the annals of transportation
11 :*tudyUradsliaw: (Write for Catalogue and mention this paper.)
K t an d peevlit : on the County will be opened in :each of said districts -i! the turpentine still at John D.Jones', sit- people everywhereFor

(ira"e ,n d. here! rout from London toIJUatt"r on Saturday, October 11th, 1884 and j uated i.l township 3 north, range 23 east. I information,audress E. A. BURKE c..E..1

) to' was:. u. train at a will,be opened,on.each Wednesday and Saturday i District No.: 9-The precinct is establishedat -FORAaaINER- 'I Director.General. \V. I. A C.
w And wh l'.eYen,,> 1'11 '. thereafter until Friday the 24th day 1 School House No. 5, located in the town -...- I NEW OKtEAXS.LA.UCY .I II '
iI-k<"dI "1 ho ;)e at GraycRend 1" of said month, inclusive, from,0 o'clock a. of Callahan, on'the Transit Railroad: I : 1

o'31r.Do.r.d liaglelv: :; ; in. to 2 ,clock p. m., and: on such other ,District) No..10-The precinct is, 'established y .

n ut inot'ad:; IIf.turrietin, thc Tifnes.rhip days as the registration officers may deem at Mr. L. W. Iligginbothom's.: situ -. COTTAGE,

,ln.. .It mice: alighting upon the necessary, between said dates, for the purpose ated in section 22, township north, range

:''1'.11h that ri e''s' h.l:; ewes! fell 111)011 a 1)ara- of registering all qualified unregistered 24 east. OF ALL., .KINDS, '- Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
-: established
(us! c<:lIPH'dt lot electors in said districts: District No.,11 The precinct
c, 1 IIQ tlnn at the very conspicuUdc.ll'llh' The law requires that electors shall register at School House No.. 28, located on land FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .. I'
: :)ot of the ; :
11. he) uttered d".'rlat's \" page.. in the district in which they reside, and deeded by George W. Bryce to the.Board of Go to F. M. Robinson, t
} the.I oJ' in no other. Public Instruction for school purposes, situated ,Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,with
l11att'c-r '
moan,lea \lr.1 Iargleby'., Dod
c 1''in'y nn1)adent i) who was rapidly the districts to which they are appointed 24 east. JOHN A.,EDWARDS; accommodated; also transient. ;'

3Ir. vuddartl the place of registration and the boundaries Clerk Circuit Court. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON
rephelI.h. y bursting into a of the districts are as follows : ,Fernandina,,Fla., October 1, 1884. ?





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t ,i.3; <* f,1, :: ,_ ..... THE FLORIDA MIRROR : ;NOVEMBER 8, 1884.. '" ... : .-:- ..' '-:-: ..' .:'. .. : -:.

J p 1 =3 .* .- J. . : .. .. .. ., (' '6i -,,, ==
tk't;' I Tifcs.: FLORIDA tIRR: ri.. Mr. Bisbee has, as .usual, made a MR. BISBEE'S DEFEAT. PHILADELPHIA,,'Nov. 7. i, '.' .. ; .
; I Fred w: Hoyt:' .
Mr. election unites the
r : ." sharp: hoismg1JmW skillful can- Dougherty's .
1 'r. GEORGE 'R: FAIRBANKS. ;/ EDifoRf! ] ,No.change. Cleveland elected. ': :. I,..:P.'J<. .:.' ;
Democratic in Con- .. !
representation f ;
If vass. His. colored... followers have : THE TIMES.: ., .
,,' Subscription, 82-pjr 'year:; .Lx months,*,91. '"*" '? .. .
himselfinimical ;h"
< Mr. Bisbee has shown "I. ';
and voted with the gress.
,Preparations: are: being made by .
.. :. .
.t Office Centre and First streets,second floor, ',1," .. ..; J "
pdmer '
t4i' -r J ; ,... precisiba-of an' army :of.' soldiers in I I to our.r interests. We have Cleveland' and Perry clubs to paint "If., \ /*&P.*,:;' $., "i. .l,
'r t J IRATES.: OF ADVERTISING. 5. confidence that Mr. ," .,'Jr". .' ,.
obedience to his orders. Although every Doughertywill the city red" Monday evening.: The '.r'> ,. 0' "
Ten'c4nts.a line for the first and five cents for ,. j :;...' l' i ii

ul i' -each.subsequent" Insertion., ... .. one. of.-: -their own- ,race. was" a candidate .- show' himself to be a broadminded details havenot been arranged yet. ::'. ..!.-, ,: .:- :,

r .* Special l notices, 15 cents a line., *, a man of energy and intelli- .re p en4tive of .the interests ; ;

lnt r r Readijig notices, 25 cents a line. of his whole district 'without ,t'" t.r1t.. : ., ..
advertisements' gence-who reflected credit his '.. : ;". ...,.
l !i. Special rate for time upon application upon '; ," .F! ,.')
: '- 0); the office.Communications. own people; they dared 'not to sup- partiality or discrimination. Young, : .-,.,,":,,'.-;f'.1o-'i''I,1. :;,.;, ;
r .. ,: :.i -. .
( 'Jo. ._""JI:,'.," '
upon all matters of local interest -- port Walls against the order of the energetic and'capable, has a J .,'.r. I'

: solicited. f ..from all parts of the county and from: little":'ring Vhite .men who control bright Congressional career before .. '-,' ."
: ;
,along themes of Florida.railways., .
., .
," ; '';
him if he devotes himself to the j .
1 their action. A few '
a : All communications intended for publication political : ,
w ::
,, r.
I.y 'should't e addressed, to the Editor: 'business brave, men followed. the dictates. of study, : of true statesmanship, and, ROYAL uoyr Roww tl ;T. ;: :.

:betters simply! to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. their own choice, but in this city with Mr. Davidson, gives a constant, u- arn1t .. ...,:." : ,' .'

r'' : SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1884. 4it ,'. .'-!,, V. "
assiduous attention to the interestsof .. .
15 colored .
,i. only men were indepen- r. "."" ": ....., ," --'" ,

.:JT//E GENERAL RESULT. dent enough to do so.. Florida and the district he repre, i .:',.:;:7J.'.,..:.: : ..;

'' Go Cleveland has been elected ;': -
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THE CITY ELECTION Bents.We ..'< '? ":' If ::
j ;:and:it is a grand thing for the have no unkind word for Mr. :*!,' .f".
.. The election in this city,passedoff ',I. ,.." .A. ;
'' .countjy. It has been a most stupendous 'Bisbee. His ideas were not those f."t. ,[ (,;. i! T': :. "
usual with entire "
as quiet
5: struggle between the, in- which were acceptable to us, and in f'o'f ..
and good order. The colored voters : : : ,
;:: /
trenctyed interests of, placemen and his action in; reference to our bar
pressed forward en masse early in I
the hand and' he did this and
monopolists on one appropriations port
the day and put in their votes and
I the masses:- of the people ,on the the people interested in it, both here AKI$6POWDER
the voting afterwards was leis-
: other.; The battle has been fought very and the interior, an injustice, but he
urely. The count was promptly
''. ; in the; interest.'of good government: has been tried before the people and
made and the result announced.The .

-. t :and results:[: we from anticipate the the We,best are : vote of this precinct, 734, indi- found wanting. AUCIffl SALE OF LOn

cates, on a basis of one voter to five AMONG the visitors at the Egmont
glad the election is over such an,
4 F 1 of population, that our ,population Hotel, last winter, were Mr. and Mrs. -AT-
,. ..electi is tremendous strain
n a on
is about 3,650., There was an increased Huntington, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Absolutely Pure.

.the1 country-it paralyses. Democratic vote;the Repub- Mrs. Huntington took great interestin pABLOBEAOHTHE
t 1 'unsettles. men's minds,: creates mHIS.POWDER never varies. A marvel
lican vote remaining about station- St. Peter's Church and had gen- JL of purity strength and wholesomeness.More .

., ,t intense excitement, causes resentments ary. The 'Republican majority in erously given the very beautiful economical than the ordinary kinds, -
I J' induces a very large use and cannot be sold in competition'with the
this precinct was reduced about 75 chancel window. Mr. Huntingtonwas multitude of.low test,short weight, alum or NEW SEA-SIDE RESORTAT
4 h
of stimulants and the
begets among phosphate powders. Sold in
"invalid only cans.
and in'the county about 100 on the but Mrs. Huntington -
; and middled-aged a restiveness ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
., : Electoral, State and Congressionalticket seemed at the time in very good 38 106 Wall Street. New York.
., ,. : and obstinacy of opinion i
: ., and the Republican candi- health. Shortly after their returnto Jacksonville&Atlantic Railroad

.gambling, bets and wagers of all dates for the assembly have a majority Cincinnati Mr. Huntington died, $5 ELECTRIC LIGHTlIl\ /%
kinds to nothing of the direct
r say of but 70. If the can- and more.recently Mrs. Huntington.We WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12th, 1884.
ON of $5 : _
and of to receipt t we ::--:: F-=--
corruption use money vass "in the county precincts had find a press dispatch of October8th will send you an Electric :::: 1_ :::::
effect the result. Lamp. Burglar :::: =J ;:::::
i: It has been a effort of been as well made as in this city, showing to what a'noble use she ,Alarms $1. Call Bells =_- .,-4 The Finest Beach in the Mi 1!
$1. Electric Gas Lighter --'
we should have had a chanceof has devoted the large means which
.. I a the masses of the people of the intelligent Telegraph Instru-
from Jacksonville.
Sixteen Miles
carrying the county. There is an God had given her. The telegram ments, Medical Batteries Only
disinterested citizens of thecountry &c."In .
a ,
fr increasing Democratic vote in the states that her, will .was probated, regard to your new Electric Light.we .

to secure a good govern county.which will in another elec- and that she has left the* sum of think you will be exceedingly successfulin THIS WILL SOON BE THE GREAT-
.:: .. ment. For eight years the, count rY: securing its universal adoption. Seaside Resort in the South having
4wr tion make Nassau a Democratic $300,000 in trust to Bishop Whipplefor Yery truly yours MINER & REDFIELD, every attraction and being reached in one-
has demanded a change the tidal half hour from Jacksonville. An Artesian
737 Broadway, N. Y.
r coun :we have no doubt. his school in Faribault-$100,000
y, Well has been sunk 360 feet ,
wave elected Tilden in 1876 but the "I witnessed with much pleasure the tests deep yielding
The Democratic party is greatly for the erection of a_ schoo1'building, of your new Electric Light. I believe you pure cool water.A .

will of the peoplewas't; thwarted, and will find no difficulty in bringing it into large Hotel and many Cottages are to
1880'.again indebted to, the ,,zeal,'. energy and to be called Shumway'Hall, and general use. Eastern Man. "Northwestern be erected this Winter, and the Company
: a great fraud erpetr ". In '
making all improvements requisiteto
Lumberman. HENRY BINGHAM. propose
hard 'work 'of some of OUT young $50,000 for endowment of the boys'school ;,
,, : an .effort-proved:almost:. .successful "We take pleasure in stating that the tests make PABLO BEACH equal in com-
'I : .for the erection ofa forts and attractions to the finest Northern
men, who managed the Democraticcanvass' ; $100,000 we made of your Electric Light proved per-
: defeated,, ,
,. but was by{an resorts.
: ap You will have
; large
fectly satisfactory. a
r' 'R-, i by the in,this city,.;for the ,successful building for the theological school, and ready sale. Yours truly' The avenues have been named after the
; } money results achieved.THE to be named :Johnston Hall, and RICHARDS & COT, counties of the State and parts of Duval,
.; tected monopolists...of the\ ou lfry. : 24 and 26 Fourth.Avenue, N. Y." Leon, Putnam St. John's and Nassau Ave-
for endowment of
$50,000 a theological cleared.
The above testimonials explain them- nues are already
,I In.1882a great tidal wave:: swept VICTORY. department.This v The Railroad is now graded and laying of

,, L': over the'country and gave the popular selves.WE WANT A NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS.G. rails will commence shortly. The Road is
: WHAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED.'. large sum will be placed in W. FOSTER & CO., expected to be in operation by January.LOTS .
i ,' branch of Congress to the democracy At the hour of our going to press, the hands of one well calculated to 45-3m 21 Park Row N. Y.

a. Y' rF by an Overwhelming .majority,
enabled to' the
; we are announce make a wise and judicious use of
} and now, the determination of the Are offered NOW at LOW PRICES, from
.j of the election of Cleveland
certainty it. It will be recollected that it FINE
i .Pr- will be offered at AUCTION -
has $250 to $50 each,and
1 r 4' people have a change been
the:following States being known to at Mrs. instance ON THE SPOT on WEDNESDAY,
I.. .. effected. 'It:""will be, a change in the was Huntington's ............................................................. November 12th-the auction to be contin-
have given:majorities as stated : held the first
: Bishop Whipple ser- ued the next day in Jacksonville. After
r f interests of economy.; reduced taxation The very latest returns from every State indicate -. vice in St. Peter's church the Sunday MILLINERYAT : November 13th the unsold Lots will be for

s I'' ,;,. ; a reform in the .inequalities that the electoral votes. have been'dis- < $............................................................ sale at graded prices at the office of the Com-
before Easter.
The is
Bishop in Jacksonville.
tributed as folllovvs: pany
1 and unjust discrimination 'of the at Auc-
Those bidding highest premiums
; CLEVELAND. ELAINE. now in Scotland attending the cen- -
tion will have FIRST CHOICE OF LOTS.
s tariff. No change injurious to' the States. Votes' Stales. Votes. '

4 b best interests of the' Alabama.............. 10 California ............ 8 tenary of the consecration of the KING'S.BAZAR'
k :. country will be Arkansas............. 7 Colorado .........4... 3 first American bishop Bishop Sea- .. TERMS OF SALE-
'' ; made. Governor Cleveland can be Connecticut...:.... 6 Iowa.................... 13 .
Delaware.............. 3 Kansas......... ...... 9 bury. One-third cash; balance either cash with-
k r ', 6 ; -. a afely trusted with the Presidency. Florida..............:. 4'Maine................. 6 in thirty days or approved notes at three
' r' '''' ; ?1 A great shout of rejoicing has Georgia............... 12 Massachusetts........ 14 THE NEWS FROM NEW YORK. HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, and six months, with 8 per cent. interest.

C gone Indiana................ 15 Minnesota........... 7 The bulletins from the New York
up over the land at the assured suc- Kentucky............. 13 Nebraska.............. 5 FEATHERS LACE FLOWERS. Transportation to Pablo Beach
of the Louisiana.... ........ 8 Nevada................. 3 returns have been anxiously watchedfor ,
> cess Demaeratlo'nominee. Maryland:........... 8 New Hampshire... 4 not alone all the on day of sale will be by Steamer leaving
.,, Mississippi........._ 9 Ohio_.................. 23 over country, A Fall Line of Elegant Laee and Mall Fiehas, Jacksonville at 7.30 a.m., Wednesday, Nov.
JFLORIDA DEMOCRATIC. Missouri .............. 16 Oregon...._....... 3 but also in this city, and alternatelyas 12,1884. Tickets for round trip, $1.50.aJMAPS .

R' .t result of the election in this New Jersey........... 6 Pennsylvania..... 30 CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS, ; OF PABLO BEACH$
Tie the favored either side it
... New york............ 36 Rhode Island....... 4 news ,
.' t a w ': Stat is gratifying to every one interested North Carolina...... 11 Vermont............. 4 was depicted in the countenances of Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, showing tained location of each lot, can be ob-
South Carolina..... 9 by
in the welfare and pros- Tennessee............ 12 Total........._. ....136 the adherents 'of'either. party. The addressingW.. T. FORBES,
faithtti' Texas.................. 13 Democrats had several All of the Latest Styles.
.ks, s Virginia.............. 12 reassuring. Or II. S. ELY,
ful administration of the laws, the West Virginia....... 6 private telegrams, but not until yesterday FANS PARASOLS CORSETS Committee on Sale.
49 21 Jacksonville Fla'i
r ,. choice of proper officers,the economical Total.....................219- morning was it known with ,

4t, J';; administration of public affairs, i Necessary to a choice;..:..;;............, 7r_:'*...201 any degree of certainty that Cleve-' Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear i :

r '" ,,; and the proper collection and disbursement Wisconsin The following.........are.....doubtful...............................11 land was undoubtedly elected. i

I d1 of the public fund. This Illinois..................................................22 About 9 o'clock -I- w '.. ', .
.r upon telegraphic i ii I 11 I 11 t I 11 II I I 1 I II II II II II I +- '
Michigan........................4..4..:._...13 :\ "
} t : :platform was adopted b y the Democratic There' are strong probabilities of inquiry, the following was received : : SJJMMER.GAMES.. ; : :< '::"- '
and the X ;....-:1i": ,
State from Mr. Alex. K. McClure the able
fI I M IO -I > I I 1 i-fr- ,
< < six electoral votes for Cleveland in 111| II I I II I III I I 1 lit "

1 : people have confidence that the Michigan., The New York Herald editor of the Philadelphia Times: "r' .''..,8:. 1 i.

w ., public servants whom they have tabulates the Congressional election, !I.PHILADELPHIA, November 6,1884.r Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, ;'.-{-ir ._:'"--;
will adhere to its Fred W. Hoyt: 'I'--t "
elected faithfully :
lHte: giving a Democratic majority in the Cleveland is elected. Trying to count him MARBLES, KITES, ETC. : : .
We have
.fix; :principles. every reason next House of Representatives of 53. out. Won't succeed. wt f ;' .

., to believe that the election has been A. K. MCCLURE. -ALSO- ., :
We note but in the list
'one error : ,1., >
,.. fairly and honestly conducted, and Later in the day a bulletin came Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons.KING'S ','. 'c'c .'
& ; k the 10th district of Tennessee which .,, :: .
1 'Will be faithfully counted. A full saying that Cleveland had 891 plurality ,;, c'i.rt.c\\ ..yu,
x has Democratic instead of Republican '-" {.,: '
r has shown the gone with four districts to hear BAZAR,
d -vote and a fair count -

'r r. Democratic party is in the majority. as reported. There may from, which could not change the Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.W. .. :j t. ''
also be to two
a question as one or "
r. We have never doubted that this result. This news was received with .. .. .r. :.
districts in California. It is clear .. ,,; .'
< ; ', .
a _
,- ? was the case knowing that there was rejoicing, and when .an hour later : .
however that the Democrats will -
*a preponderance of at least 40,000 have a fair, majority in the house. Major Fairbanks, who was: on the AGENT, ,;.:; $.'I"f: r

F r ? of white population in the State and road, telegraphed that New York WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL J 0'.;,-y-t 4'y'5>'''a''':'' ,,. :f
4 In Florida we have elected our .
the great mass of whom vote the was no longer doubtful but had AND STOCK DEALER, '.". '1f'..'ii',..a.i :
electoral ticket Governor Lieutenant BUTCHER '- "''' ; "
Democratic ticket. In this Congressional given Cleveland 1,200 plurality, ANDDealer :1:; hi. .'
Governor both ; ; :
: 'in Ice ,: .
r District we have never. belie they became perfectly assured of the .,".\i.;
of the Legislature.In '. :' d'yF
a majority .
red that-there was less than 1,000 of Nassau result. In the evening another telegram TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, ,-.- ,;""""',,"kj: _
our own county we ::
'.. Dtlnocratic majority when a full have reduced the Republican. majority was received from Philadel- BROOM STREET WHARF, .,,... :,ay,",.,':.4, : s,

:vote was taken.. more than halt phia, as follows: 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. ::_> ..)

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ronstantlv on band a fine assort- .
s gad DOIESTICDrugs Latest Styles in We have received our stock $!r GENTLEMEN'
and Chemicals, Furnishing Goods
Men's, Boys', Youth's.
and Patent :Medicines, -OF- Brocades, Alpacas, Velvets, in all the
HonMBOpathic> An elegant line. Also the
and Fancy Goods, elveteens, etc. Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.

Proprietary .llIHSS Goods Silks Cashmeres
Great Bargains A fine
FINE TOILET ARTICLES, IN assortment of We are Special Agents for


FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS.. etc. Linen Towels,Toweling, BOOTS, SHOES, of New York,
IN And all House-Keeping Dry .. LEADING CLOTHIERS.

Physicians' Prescriptions 0 BLI.KETSIIND( I L HOUSE-FURNISHING | GOODS Goods. TRUNKS AND VALISES, Suits made to order. and a

tar \Iattings Rugs, Oil Cloths, Fit Guaranteed. ;,
A line of
compounded; with pure Drugs,at, large
Fancy Goods and
reasonable prices. \ \ (AN, : ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) 3?"Underwear-fS Notions, SPECIAL ORDERS ,t i
Hosiery and Gloves,
from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in New York

SEA ISL TD ROTJTE.GEOEGIA Hamburg'Edgings, Gloves and Mitts.ALSO Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. By OUR RESIDENT BUYER.

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Inland Steamboat-: Co.DUST'. Gents' Furnishing Goods f ; r Northeast. corner, Centre and Third Sts.,

NO HEA I!- O ,. ,
-BVTA -+ -
Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque RIVER AND 'OCEAN STEAMERS.



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YA\ra ra\SA5smNA: EVERY MON- o' = _
I J day and Friday mornings =
Heturnin leaves SAVANNAH, foot of ,.
Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday to r1 .
mornings 8:30: o'clock,standard time. __ ""

Fcr Regular: and Special-TO-Excursion Tickets. AND SUMMER GOODS1VLcD r- T F .
Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, 'I -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-

and apply:to LEVB & ALDEN,corner of Bull ; CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. 1,080 T<)NS.
Brunswick Bryan stress,Savannah.: STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543: TONk3.CAnONDEI. .
transferred at a.passengers Simon's either by Steamer way will Ruby be. ::B.RC'S: ET, 1,508 TONS.ESTEn.N .
Freight! not signed for 21: hours after arri TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. 1
val will be at risk of consignee. -

C;WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't,

J. x-, ITARRIM AN, Manager.In Savannah. Ga.- Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK

Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of, cash purchases THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
the : Cedar and Peninsular
Circuit Court Fourth Ju Key, Railroad.
dicial Circuit, Nassau County, enables us to offer our entire stock at such, low This Line, having no Transfers between Fcrnamlina and New
M. MOORE, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
IT APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVIT ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
,that Brniah: Moore,the defendant We have endeavored to select the JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
resides beyond the limits of the state of RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
Ynnth .'ordinary Process cannot be PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD {
him?; now,therefore, it is for LAKE WEIR.
dered that onl hearing l or- Latest and Most Designs to be Found
be had Stylish
shared i upon the facts TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
filed m above n cOlDplainant's stated bill of complaint, freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to ,
cause, the first
011 :
day. in i Mop.
October JAMES next. and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the R. W. SOUTIIWICK. Agent,
June 20th 18S1. )1. BAKER, Judge. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
31-3m C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
In Pier 20 East River New York. 51-
Circuit Court Fourth Judicial-
Nassau County, Fla. .

John i. vs' 1. tice of

mess sh'le under 01 Boyntondoin John the name? and''us- attachment.Amount' to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of 'H.E. DOTTERER -

Son. Boynton's sworn to$400
T named defendant, John H. BROTHERSIN
ing business y ton,o.f the City of New York, do MODE
John BOjnt .iiaer the name and style of L-

entitled enter by his Lettie attf1C41"J.nce n.'i 1 Son, in is commenced hereby and to notified the against abovhim to -IN- { EESTE: FAMILY GROCERIES j}

the Miller! plaintiff, on before --fo
first a fondi.. '" or *
p)1 cad January, 1885, and to GOODS
said causee ur. to the declaration filed i in DRY GOODS FANCY ,
February on orbefore:: the first Monday in EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
be entered lS85o a./; '.judgment by default will


J.A.EDW for,, Plaintiff! m above suit.

FIRE-Fernandina----- ,-.'fo-.)-'1'.Clerk,September CIrcuit 6,Court 1884. Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloth SUCH GOODS KEPT IN,STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS



nOtGH LU1fY31R, 10 cents Per load I 100 PIECESS: :: :: 3 :ATTING S, IFINE TEAS tNDCOFFEESl= 'T
to$16 per:ltI ft, :

Orders $12 to$20 per:M.feet.
\\ILLIAJIB.Telephone promptly C. DURYEE attended to MODE BRO'S NEW GOODS Received -by Every Steamer.
S -
Office foot Centre tCain Saw atnd Planing Mill. 8. 18-iy FEBNANDINA FLORIDA. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. < FERNANDINA, FIA

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a ._ ,,-__.. :" _-:- THE FLORIDA MIRROR : NOVEMBER!- -8-, isM-- : ...... : .

M' 1R' a .' .-
GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY.County 1 Assesstor of lares: -J.-C.: Matthews .
', -- a -
'. Judge 3L D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of Reveunt' -\V. }\ Trantham.; County Judge-M. J.Solomons. County Judge-A. H. Brownell.
4 United States Officers.
? .. Ocala.
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. *,- '
., .J"* "" "", Clerk-W. W. Jeter. Clerk-T. H. Pitman.
V ,
f' I LAND; OFFICE, dAIN-ESVILLE.k: Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson;," Superintendent of Svkooh-M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.
.Asteuor',of Taxes":"':A., J. W. Cobb,,San- Fort McCoy. .,
!MfopwterLxA..Barnes,''Gainesville. ,, : Treasurer-J7E., Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis. .o' '
Rxeiver-John F. Rollins. Gainesville: derson. XOKfcOfc, : OOUNTY, t" -" Collector of Revenue. -Thos. P. Shuler. Collector Re.enue--'Villiam Tucker.
$ Szrveyor-General-Yalachl Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- County. Judgt-Ctia:S: Baron, key West. Assetsorof Taxes" :Wni,?.E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton.
hassee.. derson. Clerk-Peter T Knight. Key"West. Superintendent of Schools-Dr.T.H.Jackson.. Superintendent of Schools-Whitnell. i
,c' J 'DISTRICT'COURT. : Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D.Chalker, Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. Curry
m ... Sanderson. ', Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maioney, Jr., ESCAMBIA. WASHINGTON.
-JudgThomas Settle; Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. .County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones.

i : = J/artW J..H.*Durkee,*Jacksonville: County Judge-J.. R. Richard, Providence. Collector Revenue-Mason S.. Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. ,* Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
f. : .. Clerk1 Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West.SuperintendentofSchools.' Sheriff W. HJ Hutchinson. Sheriff E. P. Melvin.
7 U INTERNAL REVENLE.t : 'Sheriff W. W.: Tumblin, Starke. -J.: V. Harris. ,Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. 7Tea.mrer-Thomas J. Miller.

tt& i OJlle -Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake. West. .. Collector of Rei.enue-Manui-l Palm s. Collector ofRetenue-John Roche.
Assessor of T GeorgeJleese. Assessor
Butler. NASSAU' COUNTY.C6uuty.fudgeHinton of Taxes-GeOl'Je W. Cook.

t t : .COLLECTORS Howell Fernandina.OF CUSTOMS.John'W. Collector of Revenue=Bunberry. Haynes,. J. ,Baker, Fernan- Superintendent of Schools-N. M.Scarritt% Superintendent of Schools=D. H. Horn...
;, Santa Fe. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.
Edwin F.Higgins House,St.Jacksonville.JohnJ Superintendent, of ,Schools-L.:: B.; Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge-William Clark.
: Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.

'. BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes: -Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff -J. W.: Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.
,, Y State Officers. County Judge; -James A. :McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James 1 S.:; Bowers. Treasurer-J.'P. Richards.
.l r Point. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.. Fer Collector of Ret'enue7"'V. B. McLeod. Collector of Rettnue-Joel P. Attfns
: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, ,Titusville. 'I nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of.Taxes-John M. Bush

I4 4r Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. ShT'iff-Johll H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools W. G. CO W'e1!:,
-. Lie .nant.G)1Jemor-LivingstoIl W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- botham Callahan., ;
'i' West. gian na.' County Treasuree Gustav Stark, Fernan- --
4 USp, i : Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee ; Collector of Revenue' -D.. ,W. McQuaig, Bre dina. TaE: CELEBRATED
'ard'County. ORANGE OUNTY.
: t
;. Comptroller. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of ScJiools-M. E. English, County.Judge-J., ,I. Beggs, Orlando.

,',, Treasurer-Henry A. L'l< ngle,Tallahassee. Titusville. 'lerk-Ths J.Shille.- rlal1do. WOOTONSOLID DESKS.
f '' AttorneyGeneralGeorge P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNT. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine. Orlando.

hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jamess:: M. Owens;'Fort COMFORT
i ,r, Commissioner of Lands-F. W. White. Park. Reid, Fla.CollectoT. APPLIANCES
Tallahassee.Superintendent. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Revenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.
Q .. of Public Instruction K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.
{ Foster!Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent V of Schools-John T. Beeks,
?1 Adjutant-General.. Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU ,Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning Fort Reid. tI EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
i. Collector of Relenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools--R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. I WITH TilE)).

Middleburg. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.

'' ., i Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
". !, Special Agent Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr.,Lake City. Assessor-A. J. Woods.
Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph Price. No. 8 Flat Top.
Buildijig! Jacksonville. Why" use Desks of
!i Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. ordinary
| SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. -- -- construction when, for slight
V Cliief Justice.-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J.-L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. W additional cost you can have

b [ Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. r -L'._' the benefit of our improveS

;., Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. : ;; 'V ments? :Awkward closets and
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh
r 1 DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.
.Y R Jacksonville. William A. McLean Jack- Superintendent Schools side drawers done away with.
County Judge- of -T. J. Faulkner '
: : 1% Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. r + p i, substitute revolving cases,
y i ?
4 CIRCUIT .JUDGES.. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Trea.mrer'-D.: S. Sutton, Perry. I III... which swing with a slight

i First flircuft-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. 't e ; f u i' touch of the, hand and are
Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- Collector Relenue-J.
rs Qf\ \ Assessor of of B. Hardee, Perry. ''' thus
ffSecond Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahas- sonville. Assessor of Tares: -R. L. Henderson.ST. enabled to furnish double

Collector of Revenue-Moses: J. Brown, -, the space generally given on
; see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. "" each side; and when cases are

1 ; Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools Albert J. Rus- tine.County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- I'' I I '' ::; =os- open, the whole interior is
sell Jacksonville.
vine.At __ -
x -=- flooded with light and all
F. Oliveros -
: Fifth C/rcuit-Thomas: P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.
; D vill Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine No. 14 Low Down Roll Top. portions readily reached with

" Sixth Circuit II. I. Mitchell, Tampa. County Clerk-J.Judge-Henry M. Caldwell, J.Jasper.Stewart, Jasper.. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to
Seventh, Circuit-W. Archer Cock Sanford Sher 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 Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod.
I Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, J THE VTOOTON
FIRST CIRCUIT St. Augustine.
t -- f
{ of Schools-J. W. Reed, {
Fall IxrmSanfa
Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. Cabinet Office Secretary.
County Judge-J. R. Steele
4 WalVon, 4th Monday in October.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Clerk-Thomas J. S. J. Ivey, Leesburg. --I L 41M fl't
I Sheriff Dyches, Leesburg. utilir
in Oct ber.'Vashington.
Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. f The most 'and desk
? 2d Monday after 4th Monday Collector Revenue spacious elegant ever presented -
Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. of -Joseph Hutchinson,
in October. Sumterville. to the business public. One hundred and
Jackson 3d after 4th in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks
'. ville. Superintendent of Schools-A.' H. Helven- i, PV ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
',' Escambia. Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich,Brooks ston, Sum terville. TM V ct, one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants -

of February ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. I'' Manufacturers Bankers Railroad Offi-
This act amended section 2 of act -- ,
10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live cials and Professional Men generally.
t'' I '" Spring Term. Fort Dade. Oak. .

; 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..Umsted,Welborn. Wootou Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :

April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft,' Tampa. Collector of .Revenue Wilson H. Sessions,
Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor cf Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
f Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones ,
1st after 4th Live Oak.
Monday Monday
'k r ,
I y1 Tampa.Superintendent RICHMOND, IND., U. ,S. A.
in April. of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames .
Columbia 3d after 4th
Monday Monday Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-
Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday
; ,
Clerk-John W.
in April. County Judge W. B. Lamar, Monticello.
V Fall Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff-W.A. Cone, Enterprise. ,
Clerk-W. C. Bird Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen
lei Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Cove.
October. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, T1vc
Madison, 2d Monday in October. :Monticello. Cove.Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen ,": ,' : i' ,' ":,
County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon-
4th in October.
Hamilton Monday
ticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston,
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday
I' Enterprise. .
Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker Mon : :"
,, ii\ in October. ,
t? Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ticello.
t;. October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

Lafayette, 6th'Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah. Sheriff-Charles'Alligood. Crawfordville.
'r '> in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA

i FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Superintendent of Schools -E. Y. Watts,

+ It; + ,:l' ; Spring Term Sheri/ J. J. Johnson, Old Town. Crawfordville. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
',' ,' St. John's. 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw- TOWN

V';!; .. Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. fordville.
l 14 44 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-R.McMillan,Craw- Fernandina,
4 Daker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N., Peacock, New fordville. .
.y .,r Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- Towns on R. R. Line
i j Duval 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, fordville.
r Fall Term- Old Town. SANTA ROSA. And Cedar Key
:;'; t r St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
+ M lya. Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.
Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer-Robert Robinson.

Ni Baker,*2d Tuesday October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Rncnue-'V. J. Williams.
! 1' S Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee.. Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. |JOffers{ to Lessees and Purchasers a large
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-c. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-David Tinner.

FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, __ POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable
't Term- Tallahassee.
! 'I ;. 4 j Spring Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk County-S.Judge-J.J. Pearce.A. Fortner.. Lots, suitable for Business,Purposes, or for

;: Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Sheriff W.M.. Bowen.
+ Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. City or Suburban Residences,
r, l h March. Assessor of Taxes-G.A. Croome, Tallahassee. Collector .U yn t1 II
of D. Filles.
!t V Levy' 4th Tuesday after 4th, Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H.Johnson. UPON EASY .TERMS.
Superintendent of ScJiools P. R. .'
McCrary.DADE. ,
:Alachua 4th l\Iondayafter4th in -
Monday Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronson.
; ,
j Liberal Discounts Values allowed
w ,h March. : on to
r" d,' Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.
,l" '" Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis'Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged'in manufacturing or indus- MLPVV1k4 U
Sumter 1st in October. ,
Monday Collector of Rerenuen. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. ,
e ;Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key 'Sheriff Win"; M. :Mattaur. =
rial 'who will
enterprises, erect on the -
Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. property
r Superintendent of Schools J. B. Menden- Trefl$1lrer-J. Wm. Ewan.
1 Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall Collector I
x i of Ret'entte-'Vm. H. Benest.
' r4', ., November.Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. purchased substantial improvements,

r SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R., M. Witherspoon, Madi JACKSON., ,for residence, or in which to conduct? their

t Spring Term son. County Judge-George F. Baltzell. .
'. ,Orange, 4th>Monday in January. Sheriff S. ..A..Parrimor1adison, Clerk-Frank Philips.!'; business. rECT l ::;'ffIGULAftl
Volusia,'3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Sheriff Andrew Scott. R pA
a{l llrei'aid,1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. Perry, Trea.mrer-James E. Heam. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS P IN EVERi NEVER
'. 'Dade,3d :Monday in April. Madison.t, Collector of Revenue'-John B. Anderson. OUTOFDRD R.
','l .latt Term- County Tret.lsurer-S.'S. Smith Madison..: Assessor of Taxes-'\ B. Wynn. by exemption for term of years from. ; : Orange, 2d Monday in August Collector of RnerrueB. D. Wadsworth' Superintendent of Schools Samuel J.Erwin. EQOAI'Z ,
r Volusia, 2d Monday in September. tMadison. taxation, offered:by the several, cities and NrwH rsh1

t ? L .'- ; Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W.. P. Thompson, Mad FRANKLIN.- ,"? }lGI
,x V Dade, 2d Monday in November. ison. .. Countg Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to ,

r County Julge-Z. T. Crawford : Sheriff A. Floyd. Fernandina. \.AN1\
?Jt County Officers. Manatee ,; ( pRaNCF P :
Office cor.. .
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Treasurer-R. H. Porter. Beach &7th sts.YM.lfa ILL. MASS. GA.
t* *2i :, ? ALACHUA. Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Collector of Revenne-George A. Patton. FOR SALE BY
<: County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines Assessor Assessor of Taxes-F. J. .
of Taxes-W. F. Parrish, Braden Egbert. f
ville. town. Superintendent! of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.i ,"'''.."!,'"".."...''.!,i,,.'';..: ..,,. '1V'-.. !. : ... ....,.? .
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of.Ret'e11tle-Iarion G. Carlton "".- l.k" ;..' .., : ". ....,'" ..''''-'f 'IIi..,.,.t.>ii><:>.. Wood, Wood.
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S. C. Tucker GADSDEN. :
4 Sheriff Arredondo. Popash. Having recently established a Wood- aw

: Assessor of II. Wienges, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J.Seward Countg Judge-J. R. Hams. '.' / ," ,' .. r ';;.' near Duryee's mill, provided with all !the
ville. ,Pine Level. Clerk-HenrY S. Reeves. :' Y\:J 1.1 { necessary machinery for sawing and splitting

V' Collector of Revenue-Ii.C. Denton, Gaines- .MARION COU"TY.OJunty Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. FIRE-WOOD,
ville. Trelurer-A. M. Smith. "
aL1 V Judge-Samuel Marshall, Ocala Collector I am now prepared to famish Oak WOO
Superintendent Schools W. N. Sheats of Ret'entte-R.)1. Morgan.
(lain esti i Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ,: t" ,,f Assessor of Taxes: -Hamilton McPhaul. '--1 f ci sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fireplace -
Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent of Schools-C. E. L. Allison atONE. DOLLAR PER LOAD.

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for or against a Convention:and did therein plI-FINE .
NOTICE OF provide and direct that the Secretary of .l GOING'NOKTH.'. ." ST. MAEK'S 1K,'.> < .

State should incorporate 1 with the notice"ofthJpepep.1 ............................... ._....................... .t. '. < Day Pat.' M'p'x Pas. (TALLAHASSEE,TO ST..MARK'S.)
Election to be heldin.the t } HSVi A.M. "
All and Singular' the Sheriffs of the 1884 a notIce of such: recommendation. year, .Leave: .Cedar.Key.............._.... 7.35 7.50: Leave Tallahassee::........'.....'........ ... s.OOarn

2'0 Florida: 'With proper instructions, as to ,the mode of : MILLINERY'' I Leave Rosewood<: ........:......... 8.07 8.30 Arrive! Wakulla-;............................ 9.05 am

Saztct I JOHN L. CRAWFORD' compliance with such recommendation ; .........." ........................C. .. ...............,.. Leave' .Otter Creek...;...;..;.......;. '8.38 9:12: Arrive St. Mark's' _........................ 9.30 a m
YJ :, that the l : State.of Flbr- Now, THEREFORE ,notice of such recom- Leave Bronson_......:;. ;;..... ...- 9:15 10.00 Leave St.'Mark s_.......................10.00 a.Dl
Kl\OW 0f State, of and singular the mendation' is hereby given, and the follow- -ATKJNG'S'.B'AZAR- .Leave.Archer..............:........ 9.45 '10.35 .Arrive Wakulla.............................10.25am
Ida, do hereby notify Counties all ,of the State! ing instructions!: are hereby :given'as to the Leave Palmer.........,..,.......10.01 10.54 Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 am
;Sberifl'of the several mode of compliance with such recommen Leave.Arredondo.....:..:....,:.....10 15' 11.11
df Florida that dation : .. ':Leave Gainesville1.... ....:..?....'.10.40 11:36Arrive ,

GENERAL ELECTION First,' Any elector desiring to vote at such H.' CONNECTIONS.At .
A in Florida on election in favor such Convention, shall Waldo...... .........-._n.23 12.30 Jacksonville, with
will be held itl each County first Mqnday have written or printed on the same balloton Leave Waldo_........................11.35 2:00: all points North and East Waycross with the Line Fernan-for
next'succeedmg the HATS BONNETS RIBBONS Leave Thurston.....:........... ;
Tuesday A. D. 1884, the said Tuesday which the names''of the person''' 'or ,. : n.66 2.30 dina &; Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
in SOfember,: persons voted for for any"office or offices at F. M. dina ; and with Steamers for all
being the said election are written or printed, and on Leave Starke-.......................12.30 2 47 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine points. on
Fourth day of November, the same side thereof as such names are FEATHER;.LACE.: FLQWEBS. .Leave Temple's....................::12.31 2:57: At Baldwin with Florida Transit, etc.& Peninsular
Governor and LieutenantGovernorrK written or printed and not 'on the' other Leave Lawtey-..... ....:....-;...;.12c58 '3.23 Division for Gainesville Ocala -
a and for four Electors ". 'A Fall Lifle' of : 'Fieh Leave Highland.-..- .......,.. 144 ,
State of Florida side; the.words FOR A CONVENTION; Rltganlate and. ..Mall s, ? i 3.45 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
ice-'President of the Um- ; Leave Maxville.......... ....] .
and and any elector desiring to voteagainst sucha :: ..;..-. 1,34 415' At Live Oak with the Savannah Florida
oC president .. Baldwin ..... .......... 4:50: ,
Convention, shall have written or printed CRAPE"'LISSE''RUCHINGS; trrive ; ....: 2.00. &Western Railroad.
ted States; ll'presentahve.o f the First Con- on such ballot, on the side thereo above Baldwin........"...:........ 2.05 5.40' At Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch
For one District oC FlorIda in the Fortr- prescribed, the AGAINST A CON- Leave Brandy Branch............ 2.25 6.00 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
je.onal of the United! totes; VENTION." Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, Leave Dutton.:;...................... 2.40 6.15 urdays.At .

ninth Congress RepreSentative o.f the Second Second, The votes cast on this question Arrive Callahan.................... 3.10 6.50 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
Congressional For one District of Florida l in the For- shall be canvassed and declaration 'and AH of the Latest Styles.. Leave Callahan...................... 3.18 7.10 cola &Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
Congress of the United States. return thereof shall be made by the Inspectors Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 sacoa, }Mobile Montgomery, New Orleans

Elec-tion and by County Canvassing Boards',and FANS PARASOLS : Arrive. Fernandina-............... 4.38 8.40T Louisville, and all points West Southwest,,
A heldIn the State Canvassing Board, in the same ; ., Day.Passenger daily except Sunday; and Northwest and with all bo'ats for Apa-
will be manner and at the same time as votes cast Night Passenger daily. lachicola Columbus and Eufaula.

the County of Escanibia for a Senatoro.raSenSorfS for persons for offices at said election are Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear.Croquet The Shortest Quickest and Best. Route to
First Senatorial DIstrIct; required by law to be canvassed, declared all points West.Through .
(raID the of Jackson fr a Senator and returned. ;PENINSULAR DIVISION. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths

In the the Third County Senatorial DIstrIct; The attention of the Sheriffs is called to + (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, .
from of Calhoun! and Franklin! the law requiring them to cause a notice of +tr+t+ !+- GOINW SOUTH. and; at new office southwest corner of Bay

/ the Fifth Senatorial DIstrict said election to be published in a newspaper SUMMER GAMES. Day Pea. Nt Pa and Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
printed tbeCounty.and there be no paper 'x P.M. A.M. A. o. MACDONELL,
In;the Counties of Liberty and Waukulla,: published in the County they shall cause at 11 II I I II II I I IT"- Leave," ,"'aldo..........??. 3.00 12.40 Gen Ticket and Pass.Agent

for a Senator from the Seventh SenatorialDlf l east five copies of this notice to be postedin Leave Dixie............?.. 3.21 1.10 Fernandina, Fla.
ict the'most public places in,the County.IN Leave Hawthorne..........- 3.37 1.33 C. W. MAXWELL
the; County of Jefferson for Senator TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have here- Sets and Base-Ball Bats, Leave Lochloosa...... ..?....... 3.57 2.03 Master of Transportation

from the Ninth Senatorial District; unto set my hand ahd affixed the leave Orange Lake............... 4.21 2.33 Baldwin, Fla.
In the County of Hamilton for a Senator [L...s.] Great Seal of the State of Florida at MARBLES, KITES, ETC. Leave Sparr's............_?. 4.36 2.52 D. MAXWELL,
from the Eleventh Senatorial District; Tallahassee the Capital this; the Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 General Superintendent
In the County of Alachua for a Senator twentieth day of August: A. D. 1884. -ALSO-, Leave Silver Spring.............. 5.31 3.35 Fernandina, Fla. '

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

from the Fifteenth Senatorial District; A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff Nassau County. Arrive Oxford.......................' 6.42 5.09
In the County Futnani for a Senator Fernandina Fla., August 29188440td. Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 RAILWAY.
from the Seventeenth Senatorial District; BAZAR, Arrive Leesburg.................... 7.33 6.10
In the County of; Marion for a Senator In the Circuit Court Fourth Ju- GOING NORTH. WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All .
the Nineteenth;:Senatorial District; Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.
from dicial ,Circuit;, Nassau. County, A.M. P.M. trains of this road are run by Central
In the Counties of Dade and'Brevard fora Flori .* ',' Leave Leesburg...................... 6.50 6.00 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes :
Senator from the Twent-first Senatorial a FIRE WOOD. AND LUMBER Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 slower than Jacksonville time.
District; JANE M. :MOORE, Leave Oxford...................._.. 7.33 7.17
In the Cuntyof Sumter for a Senator vs. }\ DIVORCE. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 and after
July Pas-
from the Twenty-third Senatorial District ; i I BERNIAH MOORE. J : ,Leave 8.30 8.42 ON Trains will leave and arrive,
In the County of Walton for a Senator T APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVITfiled EDGINGS AND SLABS, Leave Silver Spring.. 8.47 follows: as

from Twenty-fifth Senatorial District; that Berniah Moore, the defendant 10 cents per load. Leave Anthony Place............ 9.15 9.28 NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
In the Counties of Polk and Manatee fora resides beyond the limits of the State of ROUGH LUMBER. Leave Sparr's........................ 9.25 9.45
Senator from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial Leave Jacksonville at .........
Florida, so that ordinary process cannot be Leave Orange Lake. 9.40 10.08 daily 7:25 a m
District; served upon him; now, therefore it is or- From $5 to$16 per.M ft., Leave Lochloosa10.02 10.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily: at...... 8:00 p m

In the County of Volusia for a Senator dered that a hearing be had upon the facts according to quality. Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:03 a m
from the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District; charged in complainant's bill of complaint, DRESSED LUMBER, Leave. 11.35 Arrive at Waycross daify at........... 9:45 a m
In the County of St. John's for a Senator filed in above stated cause, on the first Mon- $12 to $20 per :M. feet. I A. M. Arrive at Thpmasville daily at...... 1:30 p m

from the Thirty-first Senatorial District; day in October next. Orders I Arrive Waldo... ....C ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at......- 3:25 p m
On the same day an election will be heldin JAMES M. BAKER Judge. by Telephone promptly attended to lJ'- Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52: p m
f Day Passenger daily except Sunday
the County of Madison for a Senator ; I Arrive at Pensacola at..11:45
June 20th, 1884. 31-3m WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, Night daily a m
from the Tenth Senatorial District, to fill Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Passenger daily. Arrive Mobile daily at-............. 4:10 a m
the vacancy occasioned by the resignationof Office foot Centre Street. 8 Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:45 a m
:Frank W. Pope, who was elected Senatorfor In Circuit Court'Fourth Judicial F. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.

the term of four years, at the General Circuit Nassau County, Fla. (FERNANDIXA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa
Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
Election held on the first Tuesday after the Lettie Miller GOING SOUTH.
first Monday of November, A. D.:1882; vs. 1 Notice of Leave Fernandina...................... 7.30 a.'m. cola. Mobile New Orleans.'Texas all trans-
In the County of Duval for a Senator John H. Boynton, doing business attachment.Amount JESTAIBI/tSHIEO: : 1875. Leave'Hart's Road. 8.05 a. in. Mississippi points. Pos-sengers for Bruns-

from the Eighteenth Senatorial District, $o. .., under the name and' Arrive,Jacksonville. ............. ...... 9.10a.m.. wick B.take& W.this R.train R. arriving at Brunswickvia
fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignaC' : style' of John Boynton'sSon. sworn to$400 GOING NORTH. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping p. m.Cars on this ;
lion of Jouattwm. Grceley, who was a ect- Leave Jackson vi11e .
Senator for the term -or four years, at the above named defendant, John H. DRUGS anHRE MEDICINES Leave Hart's Road.-..................... 6.04 p. m. and train New, Jacksonville Orleans. to Pensacola, Mobile

General the Election held on the first Tuesdayafter THE ,'of the City of,New York, doing Arrive Fernandina.................... 6.40p.m.
firstMouday; November. A D
1882 ; business under the name and style of SJ- Trains daily except) Sunday. FAST MAIL. .

In; the Cuinityof Monroe for a Senator John' Boynton's Son is hereby notified to SUNDAY EXCURSION. Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 2:30 p m.
from the T\\' lt.fourth Senatorial District. enter his appearance in and to the above & GO.PHARMACISTS A.M. P. M. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at......12:00 p m
to fill a vacancy occasioned the entitled'attachment suit commenced against ., Leave Jacksonville.. ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 3:10 p m
of George W. Allen who by resignation him by Lettie Miller, plaintiff, on or before Arrive Fernandina.:10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m
Senator for toe term of four was elected the first Monday January, 1885, and to Leave Fernandina...............: 7.00 '5.00 Arrive at Je&up daily at............... 6:35: p m
General clectiyn held on the first years, at the, plead or demur to the declaration filed in =1 1 1Cp.ntre = Arrive Jacksonville.- 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
after the first'Mouday of November Tuesday A.D. said cause 'on' or before the first Monday in Arrive at Charleston daily at:........ 1:45 a m
1882. t February,'1885, or judgment by default will Arrive at Washington.D.C.daily at11:00 p m
And in each of the respective Countiesof be entered against you. CONNECTIONS.AT Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:30 a m

the State a General Election for its con- H. J. BAKER. Street, Connecting at Savannah with Through
stitutional number Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. FERNANDINA, FLA.,
of Members of the Gen- With New York and Fernandina Steam- Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room
eral A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA,
Assemblytowit: Sleeping Cars, Savannah to New York with-
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
Escarnbia Fernandina,Fla.,, September 6, 1884:. out change.
County three; for New York on Thursday.
Santa Rosa County two; KEEP c constantly hand a fine assort- With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.
In: the Circuit Court Fourth Ju- of. FRESH and PURE FOR-
Walton County two EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jack&onuille! daily at.......... 5:20 p m '
Holmes County one; dicial Circuit, in and for the CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:32 a m

Washington County one; County of Nassau Florida, and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 6:15 p m
Calhoun Franklin County one' Josiah H. Prescott 1 and Chemicals, and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:00 p m
County one I notice of Arrive at Brunswick daily at......- 6:15 a m
County Cotjnty three; John H. Boynton doing bus. Attachment. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Leave Gainesville daily at............ 5.40 p m j
Waknlla County one iness under the name and rl f Amount and all points South, West, and Northwest, .Leave Newnansville daily at........ 6: 'U p.m
one; Leave New Branford daily at........ 7:50 p m
style of John Boynton's | Sworn to Proprietary and Fancy, Goods daily.
Gadsden ,
County three; Son. Leave Live Oak daily at............... 9.15pm I
Leon J $1,000. AT HAWTHORNE,
County four; Arrive at DuPont daily at............11:30 a m
and from Palatka
Jefferson County four; THE above named defendant John H. FINE TOILET ARTICLES, To daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Albany daily at-............ 2:25 a m
Madison County three'; of the City of New ;York, doing WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:05 p m
Taylor County one; business under the name and style of PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive :at :Macon daily at.............. 7:00 a m I
Hamilton County two; John Boynton's Son is hereby notified to Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............12:35 p m
Suwannee County two; enter his appearance in and to the above en- CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:00 p m,
Lafayette County one titled attachment suit commenced against IN GREAT VARIETY.! With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Nashville daily at........... 1:25 a m
Columbia County thre'e.Alachua ; him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott, .. West and Havana every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 7:10 a m '
County four' Plaintiff, on'or before the first Monday in Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Cincinnatti daily at........ 7:00 a m 'I
Levy County two; January, 1885 and to plead or demur to the Physicians' Prescriptions, Havana every Friday; from New Orleans Arrive Chicago daily at............. 6:10 pm'
Bradford County two: declaration filed therein on or before the carefully compounded with Drugs at every Saturday. Arrive at St.Louis daily at............ 6:20 p m
Clay County one first Monday in February, 1885, or judgmentwill With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 6:15 a m
Baker County one; be entered against bim by default.H. reasonable prices. for and from Key West, Monday and Arrive at Augusta daily at............12:20 p m
Nassau County two J. BAKER, Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m
Duval County four;! Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit. and Friday.For Arrive at Washington daily at.......10:25 a m _
S;.John's County two ; J. A. EDWARDS. Clerk Circuit Court. RAILROADS. information respecting routes, rates, Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m _

Volusia County one ; Fernandina, Fla., September 6,18843mPATENTS: etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan- Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:45 a m +

Orange Putnam County two; TIME CARD dina or to the Company's offices in Jack- Arrive at Albany daily at..............11:30 a m : l'
County two; OF THE sonville. Arrive at Montgomery daily! .at;..... 7:57 a m '
Marion County two; Arrive at New Orleans daily at..... 9:45 a m
fcurntcr": County two FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Arrive! at Nashville; daily]! at........... 8:10: a m
?.r.nando County two; Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 pm. :
in MUNN & CO.,of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN In Effect July'13th 1884.
Polk sborough County two' tlnne to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats,tirade con- CENTRAL'& WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
County one Marks Copyrights, for the United States, ( ad&. Arrive at St. Louis daily at.-......... 7:50 a ui
Manatee County England l ne.' Patents sent free. Arrive at Chicago daily at.... .... 7:00 a m
Dade County one MUNNy& experience. (FERNANDINA CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD.
; Patents obtained throu b CO.are noticed ,Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars on this
Brevard In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.the No.1. No. 3.
County largest best and
Central Ninetieth Meridian Time.
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Monroe County most widely circulated scientific paper. 13.20 a year. or Accom. .Mail. Train to Cincinnati via Waycross.
two. Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In- Palace Cars this
Pullman Sleeping on
And on the same day formation. Specimen copy of the! entifie Amer GOING SOUTH.Day Leave Jacksonville....... 8.3Oam 5.55 p m
in there will beheld ican sent free. Address MUNN&CO., Pas. Nt Pcu.. Train to Chattanooga via Jesup.
County.of. the State : ,, Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 am 8.03 p m
a general el AMERICAN Office,261 Broadway, Mew York. .Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Gainesvilleto
ec- A.M. P.M.
Constables Leave Baldwin............ 9.15am 7.45pm ..
lOWed each County being aI- Leave Fernandina.................10.05 4.38 11 Savannah.
and Lake City-... .... 10.43am 11.04pm
every entitled Constable for MERCHANT TAILOR.R. .Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.35 5.12 Pullman Palace Buffet and Drawingroom
two hundred LiveOak............11.35am 1.30pm
Count provij g.voters in the Arrive Callahan....................11.20 '6.14 Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am, Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington.
sba.1l 1 d haueterter.. that no Count G. McQUITTYHas Leave Callahan....................11.30 6.30 Monticello........ 1.40pm 5.30am Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville -

"et thatfe more County than shall twelve Constables; Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05 Arrive Tallahassee...... 3.26 p m' 8.14 am to Savannah. .
least be entitled A Restaurant has been opened at Way.
to at removed his business to the P.M.
two rooms over
Constables Leave Tallahassee....... 3.33 p m 8.40 a m
nUmber of regardless of the the New York Bakery on Centre street. Leave Brandy Branch12.12 7.22 ", Quincy...... ...... 4.35 m 10.30 am .cross, and abundant time will be allowed
\ Eaets'registered voters He has received an assortment of seasonable Arrive.Baldwin....................12.30 7.45 Arrive Chatta. River- ... 5.45 p m 12.23 a m for meals by all passenger trains.
Flo redo of A.the D. Legislature/: of, the State of goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto Leave Baldwin_....................12.35 8.30 p Connects at Jesup with E. T., Va. & Ga. .r

of 1881, d'rote td determine by a make them up to suit all tastes in the Leave Maxville...................;. 1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No. for Brunswick. 1
* Kf XUkf all the members elected beststyle. Leave Highland.................... 1.22 9.27 2. No. 4. Connecting at Savannah with steamers for
n wry to ?? .thereof, that it is JfS Repairing neatly done.' Leave Lawtey.....................- 1.37 9.47 Accom. Mail. New York, Philadelphia,"Boston and Balti .
revision of the entire ..... ... 10.16 Leave Chatt'chee River.10.30 a m 1.30 p m more.
Fernandina, Fla., July 12,1884.W. Leave Temple's.. ....... 1.55
such determination of said State. and did enter Leave Star e......................... 2.20:: '10.25 Quincy............11.52 a m 3.15 p m Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor

Journals with upon their respective K. BAUKNIGIIT Leave Thurston..................- 2.32 10.44 Arrive Tallahassee12.55 p m 4.50 p m New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
arid'< refer the yeas and nays thereon, Arrive Waldo........................ 2.52 11.16 Leave Tallahassee ......- 1.05 p m, 5.20 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
then! sa the Legislature AGENT, A.M. Monticello-........ 1.40pm 6.30pm and Steamship connections, and Baggage 1

k i islature next to of b c.c osen t and, whereon, the WHOLESALE:.AND RETAIL Leave Waldo......................... 3.00 1.00 Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
bto'Wit-, The : .ldl Statethen! next chosen AND STOCK DEALER Leave Gainesville................. 3.45 2.10 Live Oak.......... 5.02pm 12.10 a In and sections secured at Company's office in
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ma'o ature of A. D. 1883, did, BUTCHER ANDDealer Leave Arredondo.................. 4.03 2.36 Lake City-......... 6.04 p m ,2.30 a m Astor Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot ,
each I louse 1 my of the D3embers'elect to :Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 Arrive Baldwin........... 7.39 pm 5.38 am Ticket Office and on board People'sLine
visionon.'Mi' aSr e to such in Ice Leave Baldwin............ 7.43 p m 6.20 a m Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEEand
proposedof Leave Archer....................... 4.30 3.17
1883 did, bVr the said Legislature TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Leave Bronson..................... 5.00 4.00 ArriveJacksonville....... 8.25 pm 7.36 am JENNIE LANE.
commend t o the ution duly passed, rev Leave Otter Creek................. 5.37 4.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR,
Or the members electors?r the! next election BROOM STREET WHARF, :Leave Rosewood..........:....... 6.10 5.30 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but General Passenger Agent.

oft Ie Legislature to vote 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. Arrive Cedar Key................. 6.40 6.10 will run Mondays. A. M. IVES, Agent.





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r { 1 : t.00'A YE.A.B'J.oo FOR SIX MOXTU&Reflection the last election.! We also give the vote of That Blaine is dejected ; '. .'<'t J'wm.: 41:1t'S' -'.\--!'. tE.''-,< .,%.. .
1880. when the full vote of the .'
,. county was That Butler. doubtful ; OPENED APHOTOGRAPH, JIf"-

a *. 'polled. By a comparison of_the majoritiesit That Sty John is sober;'* .

I will be seen that the 'DemocratS have That dear Belva made a' lively run, but GALLERY

>r returned cause for congratulation Although the was beaten because'her' skirts bothered \ier. Opposite the Post-Office,
i '
"g.R .t county is still Republican the majoritieshave That Mr. Grundy comes home' ""every .. Two Millions
; ,:. The Revenue Cutter Geo. S. Boutwell, where they to do first-class work,
;-.' been reduced to a very insignificant night in a state of wretched uncertainty propose
: into ; secured the services of MR. CHAS.
x came. port yesterday. having
r '.111,;;.,. figure and we predict that at the next That he says it'is because he cannot learn, DE'V AAL. well known as a superior Artistin of acres of Farming, Orange

''iw' I a : ;,,: ;. Nassau. is the banner 'county of the general election Nassau county will be who is elected ; Portratit Photography.Patronage .Timber, and

,.....;... :-i. : : second Congressional district in the election figured in the Democratic column. Both That she cannot understand what cloves respectfully solicited. Grazing Lands"situated

1 ,} r r ;. ; of 188!. sides polled a full vote. and coffee berries have to do with the election LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY in 29 Counties

:; '''' : Strong northerly and easterly wiiids have THE VOTE OF 1881. ,- also promptly attended to. comprising 'the. lands bought

""fir' ; prevailed with high tides during' the past SpjoooMo.o. eow That she finds them mixed with election 47 MARSHALL & DOBBINS. by Sir Edward J. Reed from

r .f 34 week .. "" td: == n ,- -o=9td k.E.C 2j tickets and telegrams in each of his pockets. FOR RENT. ,
the State of Florida
O jrO" in
: r "\I OIo_ d S3: D o 5-1: ll That"Willie Lake the Jewelist 1881 .
Among the passengers, of the Steamship t oa : |aCt:sJq.S! | got on a ,
State of Texas, for New York this week, was *tf< ::1. Sg-: ""J855.- ; *DS: ::j) funny streak Wednesday ; LARGE DWELLING AND STORE, are now offered at graded

t Mr. Jacob w: td : ?.tdO-.:. !: Is That he 'posted notice if :Mrs. extensive yard-room and gardens These lands
Klarer. "' () : : a asking prices.
.pi :. ::r: 'l PI P*:: : :: ? attached, on Alachua,street ; suitable for a were selected

1I r..C. II. Huot returned from the Northon 2.s.. :: :: :t:s 5 a ::: ..c I r;'! 1':::S) :: ::: :: ::: :: Grundy had heard from New York ; large family or boarding-house. Possessioncan by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-
i J liis : : ": : : : ::r: : : : : That. before she could tell him,' he sud- be given about August 1st.
Sunday to cast vote
against : late
: -I'.C.!.) en co 00"+coI Up..,F. ti Democratic T! denly lost all interest in knowing ley, Commissioner of the
Horatio Bisbee, Jr. : 1oC!) Co-I: enf::) ; For terms etc. to
Q .. } S That the "goak" far exceeded ArtemusWard's G. STARK. State Land Office, and bI Ir.
The British' Bark Hjemmet cleared for .:;.:.: .00 t;Co) Co)t.l en g Republican. -
Co): enCot/O-IC/Ooo Mw
best. Fernandina, May 2, M. A. Williams late
to! 3 Wm. with agent for
Liverpool yesterday by Lawtey :
-I'" r FC1 rYDCmo) -
00 That there was one arrest last Tuesday-
4 lumber and cotton seed. L Co) WWC.n-2COIT.D0N :; 1884.'c sale of State lands, which fact
That it was the arrest of the mad career of
r d 00 tco Cot ,c.. !'ope-Rep. T ,' ,
t c earn that there is 20 feet of 'water : f::)QlIj 0>en C/O 00 00 QO :the G. 0. P. i. is a guaranty of their high

I rk:': now the Broome streettlocks, sufficient :J enCo)"p q- .N Mabry-Dem. : :: : : :. >.J' quality. The purchase known
: C1t 1o)1oC'>.F.--IC1tC1tfC1tt: :: 'Q 0.1:
"' 0pyp : ;
for the very largest class ofsteamers. .. } c .
p ... .....:. 00 w co W.1,per Greeley-Rep- ?- Range of as the Reed Purchase was only
;', Mr. W. O. Jeffreys, of the firm of Fred .co : QI IoCcoQOooooen FOB THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7,

: ... N 18S1, AT.HORSEY's DRUG STORE. opened for sale this and
bas'been Dougherty
W. Hoyt & Co., appointed agent i of c.: coI QI c. *co S> : ,
1:0)o> 01--I C/O 7A.3I. 12 M. 3P.M. 6 WIND.
r >r of the Charleston & Florida Steamship 00 ...:: ,.:. ..,00 c.. Bi bet-R }!; Saturday, Nov. 1..68 73 73 72 S.E. -GO TO- the lands' have not been culled
4t Line. OIN to: OoCnIJCJrGG.6D0: 10 :i Sunday, 2..69 74 73 72 S. E.
; : :;::.:;:: I Walts Ind.IIoyt Monday, 3..67 72 72 70 S.E. I or picked over. No part has
,4 The State of Texas this week brought 190 Tuesday 4.... 64 71 71 69 N. W. ,
-to ;-J C1t co co- ,c....,...4_ -Dcm. Wednesday," 5..60 70 70 68 N. W. reserved in: any manner,
.. .
t $ passengers, among them were, Rev. 0. P. o : a _01co C!). ..8. ti1 f:_:)C1t c.I: oi Thursday, 6._..51 69 68 65 N. W.
t ': Thackera, Mrs. Wm.Lawtey, Mrs G. Starke, "(.\I I..) :i -I.00 O1COooCO-lQlc.......... ...,........t.I MaJwney01 -D. .. Friday, 7..53_ 64 64 60 N. W. is open for sale.
: ) '
01Co c.:: ())C1t C1t II.c.c
Phil Lawtey, and P. hell)'. Special prices on large tracts.
-o ...i 00 :0...., c. Robinson-R. .:. MARINE. .
tON CO: OOC1tt.; O>. OC2w Timber lands
: forests
Rev. Mr. Thackara returned on Tuesday ;;; ,, virgin in
: .. :
,r ':. on the Steamship'. Carondelet, in "somewhat .(c..).').. W::: So-kBa-SB6. : ,c.* WTkinsan-R. t!!: Port of Fernandina.HIGH HOUSESHOES. bodies of 50,000 acres and up

improved health. Services with the Holy : oo I I i : : : : : : : i o I Taylor--Iiid. WATER.
+ '.i Saturday, November 8...... 0:00: A. M. 0:05: p. M. wards. Lands sold for cash
t; ; ? Communion will be held at St. Peter's Sunday, h' 9...... 0:33: lOt: U '-FOR- ,
TIIE VOTE OF 1880orm.t0 ..... U or on long time.
: n : church at 10.30 standard time, to-morrow. ... Monday, 10 1:35: 2.-03 _

C +?' wNry TuesdaYfu Wednesday 11..2:35........ 3:35: 3:01.: fC s* The Florida
Mrs. King is now opening: her new stock I 3:58: Land and Mortgage Co
!;;JoI aw: = t d: '?OWomap : : : >tI Thursday, 13..... 4:32": 4:54: fC

t: ;t 1 of winter hats, millinery and fancy goods, ; .,', tlCI,3.Pl6Jq.a a&Q ppoaps(3a :(I) (I) ;(;c h 1 Friday, 14...... 5:27: 5:48: (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

.1g4 at King's Bazaar, on Centre street. The ... .S...P'- '< c-PlrIJ ts -rIJ rIJ_rIJ <='<1 -E...: 9 ENTERED. .

i : t stock has been selected with great care by t:!:: i td: P tdS',2' .: e: C") I Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, from

Mrs. King, personally, and is unquestionably .G1... .!D': m PI'"9 ti""aai_ :o I : a: yi I Brunswick, to F.daily Vi. with Simmons freight, agent.and passengers -
: :. ::s :. ::S : :. : : :
a. I':) : I':) Nov. Steamship'State of Texas, Risk, ,; ; .. ;., ,'. -.- :.' ...;..,.
very tasty. ::s : : ::r: : : i ::r: : : : : and .. '
from New York :
; freight passengers V; ;. ', : :
r't.:: .
r crop of Florida this year is :i: .00.... a N O to 0>o a..P,.. o'jc Dc mocr at' 0!!! to'R. W. South wick from agent. :.>;.:/ :" :'.. : ':' ._f,: .,.:::" ...-d T, ? > : ;1'
+ Vidette Fuller ;
C1t CoO" Nd-NONN0f-I 7-Steamship Boston : : i ::0 T : t"
very large, and will be transported to .,00 : } 0a freight;to Fred W. Hoyt & Co. I ,: ", J.' ,.: l .. .
r' : C'C, ,c. ,n'pPq' .JI..l'&ean. ; -
0). co.r 7 7-Steamship Jesse H. Freeman Anderson
market with greater facilities than ever 0.f : tJ OC1t W W tO W C1tO>C1t ,
... ... from Baltimore; freight, to Fred W.
heretofore. The of : 0> .. B'--J.-m-D. C) '
larger part the crop will :. 1': .,Oti.i.NONN CQ g Hoyt & Co.
i pass over the Florida Railway & Navigation .CoC1t -IW } 2-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from

_:f j : Comay Co) ,c..Coc..'ai.. amm -R.w Charleston; freight and passengers for
Company's lines: : N OC1twIoCOCoC/OC1t. St. John's River landings.

: .... .... 3-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from
0> '"
The following is the cargo of the Mallory :. .00... WC7,SNrPNONN-1'D BAlJ.A'D Q 7' the St. John's River; freight and pas-

..,. steamship State of Texas, which sailed for .: to.... to ,c..coc..., Ledwith-R. } cN t 4-Steamship sengers for City Charleston.of Monticello, McKee, e

: New York on Thursday evening last : 284 co : t.IOC1t WWtOWC7.U OC from the St. John's River; freight and :.: '" C
': .era... oI .... Finley-D1 o passengers for Charleston. ,
'. : bales cotton, 158 bbls. rosin 77 bbls. spirits ; c. ., to 0>O>,c.c. m 'y "a
O .toC/O ONiWO1.NC>c.c C 5-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from

N : 2G4 cases cedar, 61 sacks cedar sawdust, 66 ..,00': ... ,.. ,.., Charleston; freight and passengers for ,:r; WE OFFER, TO THE TRADE
w.0....> to olooto iBisbeeR. : St. John's River landings.
t.IOQlcotoc Coc/oO> -
.. packages merchandise, 97 cans shrimp, 376 C o Steam-packet St. Nicholas Usina from AND AT RETAIL:

packages, oranges, 13 thousand feet lumber. i ,to c.. 8co I 0> ,I c...Co-I.. McG n-A Q Simmons and passengers, to :

'" ', 1 The tide of travel into Florida seems in- I':) .::. ,00 en.,...., .. ,pQ,a>wp,.... .-I... MCCutly-D: dp 5-Steam-packet F. W. Everglade agent., Joiner, from ; CORN OATS HAY BRAN .
." W:7.OlOW140NTW_ Savannah; freight, to Mr. Lorimier, ,
; creasing. The Agent of the Charleston Railroad = ::110. agent.. ,

:l .. j says that it is 50 per cent greater than ? t.I t; 8 .Angd- i 6-Steam-packet Nicholas, Usina, from '
P Savannah; freight and passengers, to : ;.. FLOUR GRITS AND MEAL

last year. The Savannah Florida & Western NOaia w'mw...cni'o n- Mr. Lorimier, agent. ., r
: '
N 7-Schooner David Fmst, Smith, Philadelphia .
;; : Railroad have five '
4 now daily 4
; iron castings, to F*R. & N. Co. :
train running over their route to Jackson THE SIDE-SHOW ELECTION.In t CLEARED. s: Brick Lime Cement Plaster. .

the side-show election all the old ,
;* ; e ville. Col. Haines is an enterprising man- Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for

d ,i ,rlt county officers with the exception of the Brunswick daily, with freight. and o u,
1 passengers, by F' W. Simmons, agent.
:' Superintendent of Public Instruction, v ere Nov. 7-Steamship State of Texas John Risk for
The trains on the F. N & R. R. Co.
S are re-elected. Mr. Owens, who succeeds Mr., New York; freight and passengers, by ': f( A stock of CHOICE FAMILY
now running as far South as Panasoffkee R. W. Southwick, agent. .
Higginbotham, is a man well qualified for 8-Steamship Vidette, Fuller, fer Boston :., .. GROCERIES always on hand.
,, ; j in the heart of the
t. orange growing region freight,by Fred W.Hoyt& Co., agents :! '
the position, and the county will lose nothing Get our prices before buying.
,' of Sumter county. Trains will soon reach 2-- Palatka Vogel; freight
by the change. The following is a and Passengers for St. John's River ,
; : r Tavares the Indian river M1
: ; on branch of the
I landings.
tabulated statement of the .vote with the
road. The work of extension is still going Steamship City of Monticello, McKee; ." ,,. .
exception of the County Judge H. J. Baker freight and passengers for Charleston.
f ; on southward towards Indian River and 41 5-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel; freight .f' SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,
and ,Esq., the County Treasurer, Mr. G. Starke, for St. John's River '
', Tampa Harbor. and Phineas Johnson, for County Commis- u/ 4-Steam-Packet landing :;::1." .: FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
St. Nicholas Usina for -
1l The amount profanity and vulgar lan
sioner, who had no opposition.THE Savannah; freight and. pssengers, by 4';(__'"
Mr. Lorimier, agent.
sub'ect "SIDE-SHOW. Steam-Packet Everglade, Hazlitt, for Savannah i .

E. 4 ; freight, by Mr. .Lorimier,
'I'rSw' in the lower of !:: co "
It *I *? part street. Our sro: b! fiI agent.
u 5-Schooner R. F. Hart Deme-
police seem to take no notice of it, and it i Humprey
; rara; lumber, by J._E. Davis &Bro.
grows worse instead of better. If a few tl I f .. .. .: IN PORT.

arrests were made and a salutary fine imposed a trJ a .: :. x: : ; Steamship Jesse H. Freeman, Anderson; steam-
i fJI- ; ;
by the it would AhtGw
,k Mayor, soon put a fJI M t. O. -,' -' : 0 A 0 Schooner David Finst Smith; Schooner Lizzie M.
,i, stop to a practice which is a disgrace to our S3. .cyp341Mt: ; : .ya.. .. ::t=10 ts tI' 1 Patrick, Meyer; Schooner Anita, Jewett; SchoonerR.
< .
r.-. 1'6t S. Mulford, Selover. Florida Boston and Baltimore
k ; ;, .. city.The ==Wt. Cpmnym: ': I) ? ,
i ;
1, Steamship State of Texas, brought _E; -.... '" Nh. .:;t:=':."'J Q trJ,
l1::SE..OPI ::: No'eltles
., hundred and : ::: ::sc-t : m a'(1)--
over one fifty : Sa
passen :: : : 80-: ::! PI In Shawls, Nubias and Jerseys
.? : her from New York m gcr'p' : i : :: :u: : jja;:;: -PAUL DIRECT FROMFERNANDINA.
gers on last trip to this : : 0 : : I':) : ::> ; AT FUKKE'S.Overcoats .
(:5 "PlS :. :. ::s :. :. :. :. .: ::s : :.
port. We noticed among them a considerable I.. .. .. .. .. H .. .. :,:s.. ..

x. ., .. number of Italian immigrants with rn;r" :. :. .: :. :. .: :. :. :. :. :. :. :. and Winter ClothingAt STEAMERS .

f 1 families and sonic .I':.). ... .... oI.... cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.
Germans. This class of .a:; N...c..... 0', ilk QC ICn -"t..1p.t ; Fernandina.
f .C_.0.0.1i-C. .
industrious laborers will be a great' "It4 I
....: : : .-:' ,.: : : ... Amelia. Call and See the .Great BargainsIn
I tage:j in. the cultivation of orange groves and ::: en: : : ......: : C1t: C1t I '.
Ins Blankets, at J. & T. KYDD'S.Clam .
; vineyards. They and ::! : : i ,. ... .
were very healthy .g A p "'C N!): ODIJt'O.4 Bakerrille.. BOSTON & FERNANDINA STEAMSHIP LINE.

hearty looking people. .. : t Chowder
t .., ... Coneville.
:! ...i ? -
J : o>,c..QI-I"' : 01-0 tOi-'00I This evening at AS
1 i Opening of the Skating Rlnlc. o OF"THE: ABOVE 'LINE .ARE. APPOINTED, TO SAIL DIRECT
; abt., ... ... Hart's Road. tf J. FRED LOHMAN'S.Bargains STEAMERS
N W w1. N :
,:y Lovers of skating will be pleased to know A=I ,w,1 coc.oooCooOOIoCQ OC) i
; 1 ,. thatjthe' rink will open for. the season on. ;a- .....t co t,c.o..,t Odom's Branch. in Dress GoodsAt FROM FERNANDINA.
< 0-1 QO tj N 0 GJ.F.-I :3 O>w J : l FROM BOSTON.
}Friday night;November 21st, and it will 1')0::r. ; J. & T.' KYDD'S.

M *,
i r w+. the hall has just received a new floor of I I c ... : ........ taDunn's Creek.o Blankets and Comforts
: .. ... .. November 5.
::: r.IJ +0.i vaocnNCna...*W Below cost, AT PAUL' FUNKE'S. Lorenzo,D. Baker;:Wednesday, November 5.Vidette Vidette.... ..... Wednesday,
hard wood, laid in a.. fashion particularly .. ... ... ... i
1'e:) g l O C"-11-1.V.>*-W .OI-* .*-1 Callahan. ...............;....Wednesday;November. 12. Lorenzo D. Baker,Wednesday, November 12.
t adapted to the easy rolling of skates. The :: .. C1t.-IC_ _>. _!& O>5 tS-IM-JCl_ .
". Splendid Stock of,Fine Clothing: ....._......... November 19-
Lorenzo D.Baker,Wednesday, November 19. Vidette Wednesday,
will be I
a night made attractive .. .
', opening especially .d In .., ....i. .1 t W Higginbotham's.I' Just received at J. & T. KYDD'S.
C1t00. 1"c. QI QI. t '
.- *| :i by a carefully arranged programme -I'0:) Vidette..Wednesday, November 26. Lorenzo D. Baker.:Wednesday, November 26.

M : r lrk? ,' of dqijcing, which will follow the skating. :rIJ.W':. se.-i 00:: ?wo,c..,-,i?.. i'-I N r aK Brandy'Branch.w No Special Day for Bargains JOSS-Ttie: Steamer I.OBEXZO D. BAKER carries Passengers.'... Passage rates

;;', Prof; bolby's orchestra. which last season :1 tOtOtCi-'i-'ittUitt O9eotcn At J. & T.:KYDD'S, but you can get them
... TOTAlS .
f .taG > O31C....(0)rS, : o li t"<*Oo day.Warranty. between Boston and Fernandina $2O, including Meals and State-Room.
M <; : .'..' play pa- at the Egmont Hotel, will furnish I -1 SO I- W O t.4.4List every

fl 't : t. the 'il[latest popular music for both, the TIIBOIJGII. TICKETS TO ALL FLORIDA POINTS..
and Mortgage Deeds.
f skating and dancing. All are invited to '
i Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan PAPER-GO GTS. PER,DOZEN.

1 r attend and participate in the, good time. dina Nassau county Florida, Nov.-8,,1884., LINEN ,sent upon receipt of 2-cent
_. Throughout the winter the rink will be stamp. BALTIMORE & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE.
t p : Persons calling for these letters must sayadvertised AddressFLORIDA ,
open for skating, as, heretofore, on Tuesday )MIRROR j

H r t and Friday nights ; and, entertainments of : 26 Fernandina, Fla. The Steamer JESSIE FREEMAN", of this Line, is appointed to leave Baltimore !
Warner Morris
Brown John F
or f October 31st direct for Fernandina and will make round trips ten days.
." ', ; various kinds will be given from time to Baker, F D Rivers Jennie' every tenth
: ; v .Jfotice. Steamer will leave Fernandina on Wednesday, November 5th;and every succeeding
: ,
: time. BoydJerry Rivers Emma Music Lessgnsjcan be had on any kind_of day after that tlate.

r i ; lfoUce.l Col.Clark George Hannah Steal Sweeters, Francis, L Britton Orchestral. Instruments... .For particulars, Bills of Lading issued and through rates given between Boston. Baltimore, and all 1
call, on W. J. LoHMAif. points in Florida Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
i Alf parties having' claims against: Cleveland Couningham,' R'obt' Smith, Jean )Iusic.Teacher. For further information, apply to
; :mid Perry Club No. !,<>r either of the Davis, Mattie V Smith, Richard, -
48 Corner Ash and Sixth streets. '
SEAVERNS & CO. ,Agt's FRED W. HOYT & CO. Ag'ts
1 : 1/: t; County;; or Precinct Executive Committees, Douglass. 'Wm II Vetter. G F ,

I =y' .. : *. are requested to present them to the undersigned Frames, Jeas Mary AVilkerson. G W 93 South Market Street, Boston. Second Street, Fernandina.
: : *: forthwith for settlement. Haley, Henry Wilson; G W A Great Redaction ,
n I: :' : CHAS. II. BERG. Langley, E,F In:Dress and House-Furnishing: Goods, J. D. SMALL & CO., Agt's, E.' J. TRIAYE, Ag't F.R.&N.C., .

a .: : Fernandina: Fla., Oct. 31,.1S34. S. T.. RIDDELL. P. M. AT PAUL iFu KE'S. 49 Baltimore. '" '.. Jacksonvilleif
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