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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 15, 1884
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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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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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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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=\-=T 0- L- 'T I' FERNANDINA, ,"FLA., SATURDAY\ NOVEMBER 15, 1884 NO. 51.. .

YTIIE::=- 1.EIl: GE OF REVOLUTION. true men exist in ev i VENUE. until the frost is upon him, it may be found THE GOOD NEWS IN EUROPE.
voted for St. John and
too late to do
I anything as it ought to be'
8 CO. DITI Blaine as well as for done. There is
.aW; YORK : bewilderment enough in SOUND
yrrID DEsCRIIgfiON.. CONSE- enough every man night work, even when one works to the ESTIMATE OF CLEVELAND AND
FWIFT the candidate whom
GER.A best advantage, and too much when the London, November 8.-The .
GUILTYtES'E November announcement
AND 9.
FEAR '' ,
Q OF "NCE. Naturally enough they Commissioner of danger is pressing and the moments- are of Grover Cleveland's election to the-
; Herald assurance to hope and thousands ended precious. Most the night are like Presideney' the United States is generally
the the tail of forlorn year
This morn mg a chickens-too much dazed
All's to know what favorably received. The Times this
that" quiet morning
nation !: to the -
the people oftl1l5 .Island will carry mal had jumped the The total re- they are about. Therefore, it is best to get in a leader devoted to the American

along Ia1battan?! the conscience of the ready,and the sooner the better. Some
.Jlicance to mlilions of i revenue use contest, says : "It is unlikely
tidings ofeg ual sign the outcome J11 and large numbers, coal tar in iron pans some pour coal tar that there will be any serious attempt to-.
know i $121,590,039, as
intereste favored the of
poop I e of the United States. success i : ''for the,.year upon an armful of musty hay thrown upon contest the result of the election. Elaine! is.
the metr0pally dricks-the vast the ground, and some use horse manure .a man of great gifts and !is an accomplishehspeaker.
1882 and
so long.
But Uliasn't been ,. this thing has gone far year. It is esti and straw without coal' tar. Henry Chap- but he has unhappily identified

:VHVT WAS NOT TOLD. in ours 1 Grover man, of Napa, i is one of the oldest and most himself with speculative schemes and
,000,000 moneyed --
The JfcmWfe newspaper, but it did not To him shall the ,, will be successful smokers in the county, and I will interests.
ent fiscal
'r t tell all it knew. The HeraldlesnotalXetomenupon if the thirty-six: votes the year. give his method : "Cleveland has few brilliant qualities.

) the street ando climax of the already large pro- In February or March bind all the brush, His public career has been comparativelybrief .

women and c children in their homes. Its that victory shall perch s a the material fac from orchard or vineyard, into small bun- and modest, but he has shown a high.

J'l.atl not alone by lawyers and in the name of.all that past year. dles with bale Place these bundles of
stories are ; the for rope. sense public duty and will faithfully discharge --
,bankers ami tinkers and tailors, but by. able let that be the : receipts where the smoke is to be made, beside a his trust without favoring either the
shows de
their! boudoirs\ and by others I in country return again a dead furrow make ,hole into
ladies in tobacco in- or a slight, magnates. Wall street or the demagogues__
their storesund shops 1 by passengers in the trade, industry and ,increase an which the bundle is 'to be placed when "It is to be hoped that Bayard will accept --

railway trains and by, waiters in the depots. TORN OF an and lighted. Then throw a hand, full of dry office under Cleveland. Bayard is a

Had it toll what it. knew it would have Well, without : taxes liquors under re a straw upon the bundle of sticks, and upon man of the highest integrity and ability,,

said: ""e"reon the eve of a revolution ; long story of it-for this a forkful of horse manure or half rotted and will not discredit the traditions of the- i

the official breast is disturbed; anticipations ties is the best course, : making? a total straw. This will make a covering that will best American diplomacy.

of something more than idle talk and came. the shed rain. These piles are to be scattered "The Democracy must now show that; Y

gossip and bluster! on the streets have caused Did physical fear rent items past of year, through the orchard with a view to a they are true to the principles of purity and

our officials 1 to lay. in ammunition to call with it ? ap- proper distribution of smoke, making allow- administrative; reform. The recent electo-
,$5I00.450 com-
out the police and put every man on duty, Physical fear had a for, the ance for currents of air. When a clear, ral contest, especially on the Republican-

either on the streets or in stationhouse reserve it. Physical fear does total cold night comes watch the thermometerand side,. has disclosed the existence of widespread -"

Such I ideas once started soon. becomepregnant dread of a smashed; > cent.expenses of the the sky. If the, mercury is from ,:40 to corruption which has alarmed honorable'men -

and in their train come black eye or'a well > per 35 before 10 o'clock, and still falling much, of all parties."

other ideas, mnltitudinonsly processionaland Sometimes it takes receipts could says with a clear sky, there i is no. use in going to

dangerous to a degree. ing houses, pillaged bed. If by 2 or 3 o'clock the mercury is INTERVIEW WITH CONKLING.
cost of collec-
Had the truth been told, not alone the streets, terror in (down to 30 or 31 and frost is forming'on i
had be
and turbed relations in rce to re boards and fences THE EX-SENATOR THINKS THERE IS NO DISPUT- ;
thousand roughs from Philadelphia start out with lantern in
their well termed "friends" from other suppression of the one hand and can of coal oil in the other.
were seized and Being asked as to his views on the result:
cities, not alone the gambling fraternityfrom of trade. All those in illicit Visit each pile and, raising up one side, of the supervisors' canvass of the Presidential -

Boston and the'bullies, who strange to those of the Herald pour half teacupful of oil on the side of
strongly vote of New York State, Mr. Conklin .
make their nests along the rock bound back to 1863 will the bundle ; light it, and push it into the
say increase in the said to a reporter of the New York Herald
shores of the Hudson, but the riff-raff from Yes indeed, physical I hole or dead furrow. After a" short blaze the 13th '
says the on :
Jersey City and Brooklyn, the ruffians from with it, and well it the fire should smother down and burn in
the many'' "My information now extends' to some-
Staten Island-absolutely and literally the no doubt that the revenue. this condition until near sunrise. Thereare fifty counties. In twenty-three or more the-

hordes of men who live by their baser wits, conclusion that in the collected from three vital points in this method, viz : boards of supervisors met to-day and con

would have come tumbling. pell-mell into lay the secret of the First-Smoking must begin when freezing cluded ,their task. No charges were made-
ated $26,032-. worth noting but with straightforward hon-
the peaceable streets:of New York, where, botched incomplete, : the"same sources begins. The smoke acts as a cloud, or esty the fact was certified as ,it had alreadyyappeared

mingling with the crowds already excitedand sions, and for a purpo blanket to check the radiation of heat from by returns filed in the offices or

gathered in insignificant places, they That purpose, \3 were $42,104- the earth. I After the fruit is frozen -vmoV'*. ,.the county clerks and published days ago.

would have added fuel to the pyre and belief, was that he !ear 1882 were s will not save i it. n Wai.e, "In the other twenty odd of the fifty-;
counties heard from
to-dav..there seems no>
tarnished Waringtorch besides. That" which to concoct : ,.Second-Coal' tarwill not. J? 5 ground of.'controversy jprjdoubt, but
fn the produc ; : : everything : ; ..
would have meant' something besides favorable to himself in extreme cold, say 28 or 29. For best indicates that in these counties also- -

"Hurrah, boys !" The cries would not trous to the common past fiscal year, results the smoke must not only be dense, the boards of supervisors will declare what
of 283,195 the filed returns have tirom the first shown.
have been to Mrs. Fisher I I" continued his 'but The method
Regards or'Elaine projects warm. given above furn- In this
used in the pre- city and Kings county there seems
lllaine! the thief from :Maine J I" with the masses of his ishes quite a body of heat and is very effect- no reason to apprehend any serious difficulty -
But, "Where is the house of this rich were content to be ive. or question about the number of votes-

man !" Where the bank! Where the kept in Wall street, last five years. Third-This is the cheapest of all given to the Presidential tickets-that num-
appears in the ber is already known far and wide.
well stored magazine! Where the ware- there, bamboozling ate."r. produced from methods, as the material cost next to noth- "As to writs of mandamus, or other extra-

house filled with plunder! The torch and people thought, ing. Burning straw and brush should ordinary proceedings, I cannot discover any

axe and "jimmy" would have taken the ing the kettle black. gallons hereafter have some utility in it. need or excuse for them so far nor any jus-
gallons over tification for prolonging or haggling over
place of the waving hats and shaking canes. kettle take a turn at W. C. DAMON. the matter. Indeed, it seems to me that.

Could thii story have been told climbing the pole still Napa, March 29, 1884. anyone who seriously intended the various
the salaries of
Sot prect ely. out as the monkey [Some vineyardists and fruitgrowerswhose rumored attempts must have been imposed t.

But it was true, all.the same. his hand literally estimate of their vines and trees are within frost belts upon as to the facts. It will surprise me if.
salaries are fixed all are not finally satisfied when they leam.i.
It employ electricity to give due warning of
was, And nobody knew it treasure of the what seems already past doubt.

better than the Governor of the State, and vote, they rose in are $25,000 approaching danger. A thermometer is It seems quite obvious that the State of

the mayor of the city, and the board of "Here, this thing has graded scale to hung in an exposed position. This is con- New York has appointed the electors favor-,.

police, and the. United States marshal, and No more 1 Stop it are upwards of nected with an electric wire, battery and able sooner to the Cleveland fact is accepted and Hendricks the better, and it seemsvto the -

the chief supervisor of elections bell in such a manner that when the mer- '
and the and drop you. me it will be for the whole country, !
men whose hands are upon the helm of affairs And they meant OST. cury descends near+>the freezing point, the

deciding which way the craft should Blaine, his partner, when it would electric circuit is completed, the current Artesian Wells.

steer toward an honest placed in motion, and the bell violently
determination of it. And they knew injury by It is reported that an artesian well bas'
the votes of the This bell is usually placed in the
people rung.
or a dishonest twist meant it when Gould from the been recently put down at our neighboring :
of what The of sucha
would then be sleeping apartment. possessor
a farce-our in mind
popular Grover Cleveland.A city of Brunswick, and at a depth.of '30Q-
election. telltale is, therefore, saved the trouble
reign of terror was : comes in feet a flow of water was obtained equaling SO
The wisdom and inconvenience of
of the Herald's sitting up watchingfor
course is universally !i- break which might gallons per minute. The bore is six:inches
frost. If the is in order
conceded. apparatus good ,
Enough was told to checked preventive of
overpowered. diameter and is said to have cost about$1,20O
show to the who the warning is sure to be timely.-Editor
things-for people control those taken the combined is now well Bulletin. to I,4oo-a very cheap water supply. As-

strange as it may seem these United States marshals is every year Fernandina Is situated on the coast, like-

things are controlled-that the danger they even then the common and we might DANGER OF CLOSE ELECTIONS Brunswick and St. Augustine, where abun-
threateningly wielding over this me- would have to come to dant supplies of water have been obtained
tropolis was fully understood and ab best methods WHAT A PROMINENT ARMY OFFICER SAYS-
so- there is every encouragement for our people
come the Nay, more, that had it time. DISORDER IN 1876. to undertake the procuring of an abundant

1 laid at the feet responsibility would have been "It has been my constant political prayer supply by similar means.
: and
of those who placed upon the heads President Arthur their fruit, since the election of1876, that no Presidential BRUNSWICK'S ARTESIAN '"VELL.-The people -

trol had it in their power to con- ing proclamation : as to the time election should be close," said an eminent of Brunswick are happy over the successful -
in the first instance. WASHINGTON boring of an artesian well in their-
They say officer to Washington Star .
TaR army Tim C. Hickey was in Macomyesterday
That RESPONSIBLE PERSONS. dent of the United : twenty-nine the time of the Hayes-Tilden election a and he vas very proud of it, as-.
they :
. Was from |tad it in their power to control proclamation season is you are al- political war was imminent, and I was in a he has made Brunswick his home. He says
5 tae outset thirtieth the citizens are full of enthusiasm over the-
proved-first, by the yearly wont of this the ? position to know how imminent. We expected -
ganged tone,of certain bulletins success of the well. Water was reached on. +
f ; second, appointed for that study of this that the troops would be called out Sunday night at 313 feet. The work was in. !

"emajoritic.extrajrdinary.. agility with which dent as an especial the problems. at any minute, not in the interE'St'of any every way a success not a single accidentsnor

were sprung from the columns ing unto God., are seldom one ,party, but to preserve order., The any lost time. Mr.Bush, the contractor,,
they didn't says he has not made any money out of the'
belong to the Now, therefore, in a ;year when
not ordered out but
tesn-here they troops were were contract, because he found water so soon-.
that ought to go; third, by lowed custom, I I that these are in readiness, and were held back. Everyman It was put down (six inch pipe) at a cost of

Gould extraordinary to telegram from Mr. Jay dent of the United : we might add, who had a command was given to understand $1,200 or$1,500, and there is a flow of eighty-

Governor Grover Cleveland, impu2gratUlatin nate as such day of of April. that he had better be ready to gallons per minute of pure water.

? wl hich him! that the people Thursday, the 27th day danger to ,vine- answer the first summons. Yesterday I needs There good is'no water place more on than the seacoast Brunswick that, ,

bim had again lead Once: before honored vember; and I do started. After was greatly in fear that the country wouldbe and we now waft our congratulations.'

P Wo tide done tlieir' part to swell the out the land the people frost, though in 'a similar danger, for' the incendiary con Telegraph. .
that 1l Q red: 'him to the accustomed to most
very of the
Pinnacle of American ambition stand taken by some leading journalsof Valuable Orange Lands for Sal .-
at their for while
The day separate ; both parties boded no 'good. To-day,
majesty oC each oi"choice
the: people was eral of in :March it is Tracts containing twenty acres
ru ore never places worship, however, I feel better. It looks as if the
thoroughly ex loitedn high hammock land on Orange Lake; tl
I? than ,
Changed by the voice pay reverent ; stand more frost election was settled beyond question. Whata '
truck farm-
cert.'l.il1'monopoiist; speculators the giver of all good it has shed, the terrible war would be he suitable for orange growing
and stock thing a party .
Jobbers offered for sale. These Jand
f+nd their ing, are now -"
Friday g organs on wherewith he hath will almost continued. "The chn.var. was bad enough,
situated for
Vmorni"S even further are very conveniently transpor-
tha back In witness whereof I after a rain of the in
n Friday when one part country was arms
rail and will be sold oit,
On tation, by or ,
then began : Thursday night my,band and caused :sky and no against the other, but just think of a war '
to realize t.he tremendous terms to suit p i hasers. Titles are unques-
POrtions of the Popular\ pro-. States to be affixed. the danger- that would enter every village in the land, tionableAlso valuable timber lands in.. .

ran riot in indignation.! It Done at the City of, a half dozen in and even divide families. This vague talk large bodies. G. K. FAIRBANKS

most Cockle every of ev?"chi., : It stirred: the in- day of November, in number in that I have heard about calling out the mil! February 16; 1882, Fernandina, Fla. '.

Publican and-i'j Democrat citizen's heart; Re- one thousand eight remarked, "It itary to enforce the claims of a party is pre- Notice. .

Shared I.' alike, if honest, four, and of the for two or posterous and ridiculous. Such a course

that intei!+... Ignatlon'' N .one Pretends States the one hundred save a thousand would not be thought of seriously for an Orchestral Music Lessons Instruments.can be had For on any particular kind ol! .. a
honordecent: sentiment instant. The military could only be used
resides -
in r call W. J. ,
the on
brt "
.nsts ot in maintaining Other army officers
Cleveland peace.
Music Teacher
Such men alone. By the President : \ .
officials of the War Depart-
sumption and prominent
wpuld be 48 Corner Ash and Sixth street
insane. Good, HUYSEX, Secretary of S no.preparation ment expressed similar opinions.


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: ;t ,;'',: ," !, }! j:;. :-.;,," ,_.. 4; .. THE FLORIDA MIRROR- : NOVEMBER 15, '.1884.::' ..
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f; '. ,,' 't I: I ',j !t.": ONE 2r ONE. head .of a deep, ':harrow vale, and, I answer to my cheerful calls"and' ''raps'l' I floor 1 I stood'aghast, my hair seemedto of clothing and equipments which--

. Thbjigh from the boughs to 'which they've emerging from its ,mouth, found him- on the door. seemed that the creep upon the scalp, a coldsweat: 'showed that they were the unburied
."' ; !; long been clinging, .' self upon what looked like a regular though it was late,felt no need 'to' broke out', "my _heart beat violently, remains of French soldiers! No
l,, '.,, .:,..; The I! I I.: One.Autumn leaves are dropping one by track through the mountains, markedby parley. He opened at once, and my limbs trembled, and I held my the atmosphere of the great wonder -
\ ",Yetjjfrom!;: their dust new forms of beauty, wheel-ruts and running nearly threw the light of.,a lantern on my be- breath as I stared, into the solemn was foul and .poisonous. F Wither room
l ; !: springing, east and,west. Having brought him i lated figure.: >He was a tall man, with space. Was the place haunted ? Had search revealed half a score of
.i Shall'' ,f*. smile again in Summer's gentle"sun. as far through a perilous yet the least broad chest, brawny limbs, wavy ,redbrown L stumbled upon an accursed spot forms and arms, and it became plain uni-
f ,1, I v, Though one by one the pearly, drops of interesting'chapter of his adventure, hair' and beard, bright eyes, beset by the 'ghosts of actors in some that the jovial landlord was the chief
j;:. morning its history will be best continued in and his face :wore a jovial expressionas grisly tragedy ? I staggered back to of.a band of assassins. The
k p I Y' ", I I Prpm-j!I'' } dropping rise, flowers,,on viewless pinIons his own words : he said, "You travel,late, but! you my seat, and, overcome by excitement, strangled_ as they slept, for victimswere
'" A'Ve"U: see them yet the gorgeous clouds Arrived at this roadway, he are welcome. Ah, your horse looks .lay shuddering in an agony of dread, blood-stains or wounds, 'were no
1i I ; l. ; adorning! went on, "1., realized fully the foolishness dead beat ; let us first'take care of environed, as I felt, by visitants from anywhere: and I at once surmised apparent
.; r ; I Wiih'*; glowing arches of celestial dyes. of my experiment in the art of him. His hearty manner and pleasant the grave. Exhausted by the excite- their wine, like mine, must have been that
t i : Though' one' by one the. stars are fading saying time. The prospect: before me voice won me at once, and, responding ment I once,more fell into a kind of drugged to make their sleep
'. ; slowly, was a bivouac in the forest, since I ? in _a like mood, I followed lethargy. The wind now howled and The ruffians had heavy
9 evidently
t :'. i That,I,! all night long kept vigil in the sky, counted on
'I x i, : ; The ,distant mountain peaks, like prophets neither knew nor could conjecture him to the stable-yard, whence, having ,roared in the trees, and beat againstthe throttling me as I slept and C<18t tins
r: i' ; holy] where in the wilderness shelter and seen' my steed fed, we both returned window frames. The main storm, my body into the charnel-house belo:
'i, r Proclaim'are] nigh.that morning's, light and ,song food might, be found. My horse to the hotel. The landlord which had threatened in the evening, The French captain made short Work
seemed thoroughly wearied out, and, carried my' saddle bags, and briskly driven apparently towards the Feld of his,prisoners, both of whom his
y : Though with slow step jroes forth the sower, as I sat on a rock, lazily cropped the led the way into the house. Following berg, had sent out flankers further had fortunately seized-the landlordas men

t;1';: ,1 ? ;And; weeping.on earth's lap his .precious treasure tufts of coarse grass.growing beside it. his steps, :L_ was guided into a westward, and a shimmer lightning he was saddling my horse to escape.
While ruminating,' in no hopeful vast = the truncated tower visible and I
; a, ?: leaves, apartment was ever anon. was Within an hour each murderer
.- Yet comes the harvest, with its joyous reaping mood, I heard the sound of a human -which:he said was the best room he conscious of the atmospheric disturbance : pendant from,the great oak, and wa the
,f ;:;, .When shall, be gathered home the voice, and presently peasant drivinga could give me. Then, depositing my even while resting in a dazed house was a glowing mass of fire
.r n. ". ; sheaves ripened '' lean cow entered the roadway. He saddle-bags on a large, heavy table, condition. In such a state time is not These were the ghosts of the Schwartz-
i was the first creature of my kind he promptly retired to bring supper, measurable ; there is no sense of wald ; and, riding down to
s d 4 : .Though one b.}' one the friends we fondly] whom I had seen since the morning, which he had should be Fribourg,
4, cherish : agreed a brevity or length, nothing but intense. I solemnly resolved to take no
1 : Withdraw from ours the cold and trembling and as he came abreast of me I eagerly boar's ham, bread, cheese, bottle<;> of excitement. My'torment was broken cuts, but to act on the good moreshort old
J'a hand, inquired whether he could give me good wine, and a jug ,of water... By once more by the sudden perceptionthat maxim that the longest round
; f< and ]leave us sorrowful, they do not perish- house room or direct me to any inn, the light of a candle I meanwhile the horrid inexplicable shapes of the nearest home.-An way is
; They yet shall greet us in a fairer land. way Old
; cottage, or farmstead. The man surveyed my habitation. It was an darkness were there again. I did not Campaigner in London Telegraph.
j'' Yes, from all climes, where'er the faithful seemed quite indifferent to my fate. oblong, hall-like place, scantily fur- see thefn emerge-they seemed to

fl .. 1Ncath slumber-scorching suns or Arctic snow and He'could not supply my wants, he nished. The walls were'bare. Therewas have been resolved out of the gloom- u. S. IIYVROGRAP1IJC OFFICE.
4 frost, knew none,who could, but, he added, no ceiling, only a roof of beams. they were almost felt rather than seen,
'j Stainless they'll rise, in myriads without { If you walk a mile or so, meaning a Besides a huge, old-fashioned arm and this time my nerves were paralyzed ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CHIEF IIYDRO-
,l 4'' +t .Al(,number all shall; meet-there shall not one German mile, down the road, you chair with a tall back, a smaller chair. by sheer terror. Towards my GRAPHER.
,.; f;, m; be lost. will find an inn where, perhaps, they and the longish low table, the room listless frame the phantoms slowly) The work of the United States Hydrographic -
s ; '.l; } CJutmbers' Journal. will give you a bed and a supper, contained nothing except: a high, glided rather than trod, and I awaited Office, made more prominent -.
1 4+ which I hope you may like.' And he broad, carved cabinet, which stretched them, with staring eyeballs, open lips, lately by the establishment of
i run GHOSTS OF THE SCIIWAUTZWALD. went his way. I did not notice nearly across the end opposite the and parched tongue, unable either to branch offices in the maritime ex-
T specially at the time the sinister window. Hot as the night was out- move or shriek Suddenly a vivid changes of the principal sea-board
t 6kt, TRDTIJ' MOKE INTERESTING THAN TUB FICTION twinkle in his eyes as he uttered the side, within it felt chilly, and as mine flash of lightning illumined the whole cities, has just heen outlined by the
b'' OF A DIME NOVEL. last words, but later on I recalled, host set down ''my supper I begged chamber, and then with what exulta- hydrographer, Commander J. R.
Often, when a boy, I heard my and had reason to recall, their omin- that a faggot might be lighted on the tion I saw that these dismal beingswere Bartlett, U. S. Navy, in his annual
'. *+i, grandfather relate an adventure which ous expression. stone hearth. He readily complied, not spirits from another world, report. The office had 'not been able
S befell him in the Black Forest. A Ger- It was now twilight where I and, after making a cheerful blaze, but men whom I feared not-the host to extend the full benefit of its cooperation -
_: man,'born in the Rhenish country, he stood. The sun had sunk behind a and promising to furnish a guide in with his brown beard and glitteringeyes to the merchant marine:
;' ;, sought a refuge in England after deep belt of clouds, which I judgedwere the morning, he wished me good and a dark, ill-clad lesser man. owing to its remoteness from the
:.., r ., Napoleon had made himself master of slowly rolling up, impelled by a night, and passed out of the room. At A sharp crash of thunder smote the class of people it was intended to
France, married an Englishwoman, north west wind. Not a moment first my whole attention was absorbedin ear almost simultaneously with the benefit, and to the natural hesitationof
',. and died a very old man. In his could be spared for reflection if my satisfying a craving all the more lightning blaze, and, as I sprang to the latter to take advantage of its
,\\ ; youth he was an agent for a trading hope of attaining a refuge was to be keen because I had fasted all day. my feet, with a pistol in each hand, resources. Naval officers were sent,
+. firm !sometimes engaged in the .hazardous fulfilled. So I set out, with vigor Having taken the edge off a ravenous youthful vigor all restored by the therefore, to establish branches in
business,of furnishing the French renewed by a biief halt, and, leadingmy appetite, thirst made the next demand sight of mere human foes, the whole Boston, New York, Philadelphia,
't- } armies with supplies:: ; and in the horse by the bridle, tramped off and I poured out a large glassof place was again shrouded in darkness. Baltimore, New Orleans and San
,' summer of 1796, when Moreau waspressing on'the downward track. Ere long I wine. But I did not" swallow the When the hazy sort of twilight, to Francisco to bring the main office
on towards the Danube, he was stumbling on a stony, precipitous whole at a draught, being balked which my eyes had become accustomed into closer relations with sea-farm
'0.{t', was pent' across the Rhine to see that nth ;n" !almost! complete darkness. alike by the smell and taste, and returned, I stepped forward-but the men, the liberality of the Maritime\
S ,5.5:. certain: contracts were duly fulfilled. g : I I M Siyas narrow, rocks rose on throwing the rest on the ,hearth I sat menacing forms had vanished I IVere Exchanges of those cities providing
: I A bold, resolute, and stalwart young 1, R 1 11 .. xl-now closing in, now isfied myself wih Pure' water.. A.lit these last apparitions' also tricks of rooms for the purpose.It .
fello .Y', he shrank from no personal receding-1-and over-head, shutting out tIe natural anger followed-hard upon fancy? No ;. I could not believe it. should be remembered that the
risks, and enjoyed the journeys he the sky, were the branches of giant the disappointment, but no suspicion ; They were robbers, certainly ; mur- naval officers and the outfit of hydrographic -
,'! ; was i; obliged to take frequently trees. In the'bottom a streamlet gur- and! finished my meal, threw myselfin derers, perhaps, and my task was publications of these
through dangerous districts in the rear gled and rippled among the boulders, the great chair, and prepared to plain-I must stand prepared to sell branches are, entirely at the serviceof
'. t of thje} invading columns of the Republican and sometimes an effluent coming from wind up with a soothing pipe. my life at the highest price. the community without cost,
I". I can irmies. During one of these-exciting the rocky ledges on my right groovedfor Throughout the period thus passedmy Exerting all my strength, I drew while all money transactions of the
:? expeditions he found himself itself a, channel across my obscure, nose had become sensible of a pe- the big table across the angle made by Hydrographic Office are conducted
''In I : nearthe sources of,the Neckar, and, uneven path. Now and then there culiar odor in the atmosphere, which, the cabinet and the wall, placed the i by specially appointed civilian
c iP wishing to reach, Basle, determined to were spaces less shadowed by trees however, attracted no instant atten- armchair in a sloping position inside agents to be found in all seaboard
m ride through the Schwartzwald, and and patches of sky and stars were tion. But by degrees it became a the barricade, loosened my knife, cities.
h: t R, emerge, in the Rhine valley at Fri- transiently seen. All around were source of abiding discomfort, irritated placed my brace of pistols ready to The six branch offices have more
s 4r; i bourg. Pressed for time, he made up the noises of the night, the rustle and and excited my nerves, and threw,me my hands, and awaited an onset. i than realized all that was expected,
+ d.. this ijiind) to do an imprudent thing. hum,of moving creatures, and more into a state of unrest. The fire had Luckily the dawn was breaking apace, and the most gratifying assurancesof
Tot'unmindfuLof the maxim that the than once the yelp of a wolf or the made little impression on the cold all the, more brightly because the wind their.increasing value are continually -
.jlong';st way round, is often,the nearest grunt of a wild boar struck on the ear. and stifling>air filling the gloomy hall, had borne off''the last rag of thunder- received from all interested,
,,7 - ; -.i'n4 .:-ben fit of the doubt, trusting that whirred near me, and my horse trem- there might time to obtain a So that when the robbers entered once sea-faring public. The following
,, .- good lu-ck and courage would pull bled with excitement when the more fresh supply of wood._ ,The door was more they were easily discernible. summary is presented of some of
1 ''s. :::5 "him {through. The days were long in alarming sounds were plainly audible. fastened on the 'outside, and there was Shouting out that I was well armed, the advantages that have already
,t t August' he argued with himself; he Once I halted where a crossing rivu- no bolt or lock.on the inside Now the landlord answered with a taunt accrued to the merchant marine:
s .coii ld steer his horse by the sun and let spread out into a little pool, and suspicion, or at least perplexity, did and bade me give in, for I could not It has been found, in response to
'* ... : i ._ : :.the hill tops, perhaps pick up some there drank myself and let my horse arise, but having two double-barrelled escape. He was, however, visibly the invitations to all ship captainsto
k ,, 'I \useful hints from peasants on his road. drink and bathe his hoofs in the pistols and a hunting knife in my discomfited by my extemporised for- bring their charts for verificationand
u a :Staring early, he quitted the highway grateful water. Still the road descended pockets I did not yet feel any fear. tress, for, although he carried a fowl- correction, that many use old
It ; it at: -point: where it began to trend though less rapidly, and After all, could so jovial a landlord ing-piece, he saw it would be fruitlessto editions, (in one instance 50 years
:.; round the hills, and struck into the after an hour's walk I came into a have laid a trap for a guest? Evenso spend his charge of buckshot on old,) and they have been surprised
j; 'forest country in a south-easterly di- broader part of the ravine, and soon the peril, whatever it was, must be the barricade. It was while he was to find that new editions showing
: J rection' intent on a short cut across arrived at an opening almost devoid of faced. No egress was possible; and a still hesitating that my ear detectedthe quite different hydrographic conditions -
the,chord( of the arc, made by the trees., far as I could make day of fatigue must be followed by a faint murmur of wheels grindingover have long since supplantedthem.
:.' ;' :regular, road. The distance: to be out, a bridle-path came in from the night of watching. I drank another stones, and the barely audible .
f'' ( I::1 ; traversed, according to his calculation left ; the '''brook spread out into a gulp of water, sat down, and smoked. tap, tap, of horse-hoofs on the hard The notices to mariners, which
f : .t : ,was not more than a good horse broad, shallow expanse, and then Weariness, the evil-smelling oppressive way. Do you hear, I shouted. had failed to reach the class most
';. .and rider could accomplish before tumbled afresh into a rockstrewncourse. atmosphere the chamber, Listen the French are coming up interested, ,have been most thor-
$,4 : M.''f f :iuuBet, and he trusted that, after the At this point I paused a moment and the effects of a substantial meal, the pass !I" The bold conjecture, for oughly disseminated, and their use-
1 :.: ; ordinary track had been attained, for- and peered into the gloom fancy- defied all efforts to prevent a drowsy it was nothing more, acted like the fulness demonstrated so that thedemand'
U .tune would provide him with food ing I saw a building against the listlessness which yet was not'sleep.. sharp prick of steel on both. They for them has been greatly
' t I V? and shelter.; At first he found the wooded background. While' intently The wood still burned fitfully, the turned, hearkened a moment, and fled. increased...
'4 ascents, descents, and detours easy, gazing, to my great joy a flash of candle had long burned down to a It was then that I beheld them glide The number of official correspondents
I ;4 I but he soon became aware, as he rode light appeared, disappeared, and appeared stump, and would soon flicker out. I down below through a trap-door! including hydrographic offices.
< j I|: ::-- through a country rarely traversed by again, settling down into adull leaned back in my chair ,with half- The rattle of carriages, the tramp of light-house boards, colonial and
S ': i any one save villagers, )poachers, and steady glow, as ,if it shone closed eyes, but my brain was busy horse-men, and the sound of song port departments, has been In-
a : : i sportsmen, that the discovery of a through the chinks of an ill-made and every 'sense on the, alert. The were now near. Instantly I rushed creased.
i : :' practical path was far more difficult wooden shutter. At once I made to- wind sighed hoarsely through the) the table to the wall under the window From these 2,400 printed noticesin
, : t y : than he had imagined. Bogs impeded wards the friendly gleams, and, great oak bough, and the owls I placed a chair upon its broad ten different languages have been
.. ;I:;tv; i :. and diverted his steps, dense striding through the water, steppedup screached and ,hooted outside the i surface, sprang up, and, smashing the received, all of which have been
,3 ,,:, a a thickets compelled him to turn aside; at last to one of the habitations of window. Presently' slight noise was glass with a pistol-butt, shouted translated by officers. From this
;. frequently he was obliged to dismount men. audible, which seemed to be in a far- fiercely, A moi, Frangais, a moi and other sources 387 notices to marinerS -
: i.- i and lead his horse, and when "Though tired and hungry I observed off corner of the room itself-a rat, There below, heading for the inn, containing 1,070 announce
.'' he.'struck: in among the large trees he mechanically the main featuresof probably, in the floor. Mjr' face was were the leading files of a squadron of
t r ran the risk of losing his bearings. the inn, if inn it were ; noting thaton partly towards the high window, and dragoons, escorting a convoy of i-
4 Not until late in the afternoon did he my right hand stood a square my eyes nearly closed. What did I wagons, and promptly they answeredmy over the world.
i ', 55I :reach an open space on the hills, building looking like a truncated see through the lashes? Was it cry for,help. In a few moments The pilot chart of the North At
tt ''r whence, to his great joy, he saw athwart tower; and pierced with one.l long win- shadows from the waving boughs? band of soldiers had, burst into the lantic Ocean through the same channel -
i i' .:, the tumbled uplands and dark dow, the lower half of which had Something,surely, lurked in the gloomwere room, and were eagerly listening to has obtained a ''still wider cir-
f .d t '. J. woods the crest of the Feldberg, a. been bricked up in such a way as to they moving forms, shapeless, the tale I had to tell. The captainat culation.
;, .. sight which gave him assurance that place it several feet from the ground.By vague, quivering outlines, or mere once directed his men to secure The reception of this graphic bul-
I be'was on the right track. The de- its side a mighty oak sent his creatures of an over-strained imagination everybody in the house, and to bring letin of what has occurred on the sea
l t. p 1 1; scent into the lower country was an branches partly across the walls. ? Awe crept over me as I reclined torches, so that we might examine the during the month past, and what
4s arduous labor, but as his sole chance Annexed this relic of some wood- until it could be borne no cellar beneath us. What an appall- may reasonably expected during
of safety lay in the persistence and land schloss was a two-storied cot- longer. I roused as one rises from a ing scene presented itself when the. the coming month, has been most
a daring, he steadfastly continued on tage, and beyond it, set back, a rangeof nightmare, with a start and a cry, glare of a dozen pine branches lightedup flattering. The demanp for it among
: ;, .IL his devious and fatiguing march. At sheds, which I hoped might be when 101! the horror I felt became that,hideous den I In one corner sea-faring men has steadily increased
1 ;' : length t just as the sun was sinking be- stables. These were hopeful signs, hardly endurable-the dreadful figures lay heaped up a pile of naked'decomposing as it has become widely known, and
3. I't t, low the distant hills, he reached the and they were not belied by the had sunk noiselessly'through the solid corpses, and around were rags the interest it has awakened, among

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necessaryy great depths I GOOD PROSPECT FOR
} i ercral{ havt, telegraphed from mariner may expect: in each five that an examination of any locality FALL TRADE ,

that t1 cir :plvn expense any degrees square of the ocean's surface. where a danger is supposed to exist

EuropcS i information they ,ma y The data for these charts has been could be very quickly made; and the "W" J. LOHMAN'S ';

i nter'tl ntered 1, during the voyage deduced from over two million hoursof contour of the bed of the: ocean absolutely .; .
hare cam.tcr'OsS observations over "
extending a determined. -.
.. drift of tile. various derelictsinteresting period of forty years. The compilation Every vessel of the, navy shouldbe I HAVE MADE GIGANTIC''PREPARATIONS' FOR LARGER, BUSLtiEaS, HA'4- :

The he'l1 c'.l'l 'i411y asset of a similar set for the South provided with'an,.,apparatus, and ing an INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS, .;
has the general and velocitycurrents. Atlantic has been commenced and is be required to sound wherever the ''

hnrin 1.1 10,earl The well advanced. charts show no depths at ,distancesof LANT T rl nn L LOTflfl?
ojfthe l11:111CI: 11 ( these Light-lists six volumes fp, vviiiflVttiMj IIBIIIIJIHJ nuanivj, VIIBMW wvvtfMi ,
i of thi position .o numbering at least twenty miles. The
rublc:1! IQl wrecks :! undoubtedly has and embracing the light-houses of method examination by posting BOOTS AND SHOES -

fioatl11 means or guarding agaInstllcen ,the world, werq corrected to July 1st, a lookout aloft while a vessel_is in and thousands of .which
the other articles I will
has been sent to the and mailed the the sell for 25 per cent. less than yon pnv
l, with them. printer to vicinity of a danger is no longerof in another house for the same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and I
col1islO nthat ti.cscls; ; : have taken the ships-of-war, and\to the agents for, sufficient value to be accepted as, will convince you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS out of every ten.

route into tL.d! l during the pre- sale by the 20th of the month. The final. The Hawanan'government,is W. J. 1,0IIMAX, :. cor. Sixth and Ash Sts. .

!Slenceof iceberg; when they wouldwwte changes in lights are frequent,and carrying on a hydrographic survey,
I have taken a more dan- often so radical the ,value of, a very to extend to a depth of 100 fathoms. I, :
of course. of, late edition will be fully appreciated The government of the United : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

I"charts O'croUS' has: alo: 4dKtital: the study by mariners. States should continue the soundingsto

f the {limit*; of the trade winds, thecrallocstion For the publications of the' ,Hy- the other,principal groups of the'

o ::t :cf water spouts,.and drographic Office a system of shoW- Pacific.
ge1 will he.the meant of defining even ing true bearings in degrees has been New surveys of.the north coast of Jil
approximate limits of fogs adopted, instead of magnetic bear-, South America anHhe! West Indiesare :L fesi=rtsa s- 5*-S vSF CagJi. \
the ;&
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tuaUy ., ..
: tl'e' United States andowfoJndland. ings in the most (1uire Our --- ''" -.-,... &,, *= .i "S-'.".' ,-%=S. .. ,
off the. points as was previously urgently, .f -:.. ..'=, .5',< !-:;""', = -- =......-=;7 rr.:-; '' :-nr:: "':K "':'H"-_ .= -\?--
;: "i: "" -:?" :r'f,. ;.. ;"1 ..."" ; .
f' The sail- custom. commercial interests atsolutelY> demand : -= """" : :'f.'k:'
mk:; $i .
: routes-hil
1"I Jl1g ( 't l 1 satisfactory results. has been extended by establish- cality. A vessel should be\ent to 1i
The 1 importance: of a central office ing exchanges with every office in the Spanish Main this winter to,.collect "", ",; -;;- --,,'I'ir: A i E.e. ..... .... "i'ij" __. _
which :!;-s:..

  • in" licen r; thus' 1 practically; shown, as and the attention of everyone that region which. are mostly based" ..fI.r".:..: -. .J.-z"" :, 19L5 I'IIPCn... _""" _:;;!t.ii;: ,,,;
    o: ,
    contribution who has interest in the examination old back .It. '.Ii. ES G !
    irS: expccU-cl; the voluntary any on Spanish surveys dating 'i: !"1; .O- ::::;::J ..'.J< '1;. ...'...._
    of 'i information has been of charts or in the discussionof to 1794. The coast of South Amer- '- "''b-:' "'"' "J.. ."...;'; ="",.... ,:,,',-.
    --r.-: -
    1 largely incited.: ( The interest of matters regarding hydrographic or ica eastward of Trinuiad: and the 1t; f Le a t' ; : -.

    shin captau's. had been aroused under cartography is called to the fact that outlying islands, should also be examined .J'2. lf "-1'..." .,,.__=, ._"'_
    of immediate this office file and 'vessel 'J; ;" .j : : ;.- :':,.;
    the stimulus! an possesses a complete immediately, > a .::, U'"m': ;: __- -
    and 1 practical, : a acknowledgment of of the charts issued by all nations, should be sent there this winter. to '. .. "irt"Icli"-"'I"2".*.'r. -"rb,
    ] work] to make, such examinatheir and is always at the service the commence the work. ,. .:v.ifi rk

    tions: as: they can of reported dangers public for the determination of any Watson's rock, lying in latitude J'.,;',;,.,..,, .: ..... .'

    of all kind, to call l attention t.inaccuracies questions relating to them. 40 17' N., longitude 53 22'V\, in :: -: '- = ;: _. ,4.... 1 ._?
    in the charts and to report The information gathered throughthe the path of North Atlantic traders J.!'. ;:; =-:---- .,. :: w $ ..
    : ; ----r;.= ...._. ._. _-.,.....:.... _.. --:- ,,' 1on i\ .l'_
    immediately and definitely all new branch offices in regard to has been reported so 'many time SOUTRI'VS.CO.Nr--: =. ..," -- -- 101' """""'!! =_=--...... .. __..= ,__ ,.

    matters relating l Jo hydrography and floating dangers has been,the means that its existence ought to be settled\ r

    cartography) which come under their of the destruction by torpedoes of definitely. A ship 'provided with a A. B. NOYES

    observation. Many ship-masters go five wrecks dangerous to navigation, deep-sea apparatus should be sent ,

    to the branch offices) for informationin which have been blown up by next summer to sound t out this locality \ DEALER IN
    vessels under orders from the and to the
    regard to the publications acting develop submarine HEAVY GROCERIES
    of the Hydrographic Office, Navy Department. mountain ridge that probably exists FAMILY SUPPLIES ,

    and in numberless instances it has The primary work of the Hydro- between the Azores and,the Flemish Hay' and Grain Ship Stores
    been fount 11at'theJ have been in graphic Office should be the publi- Cap, as indicated by Milne Bank ,

    the habit *f pa 'ing more than the cation of the results of original and the numerous reported dangers \ FURNITURE, STOVES, PAINTS,

    price by tly. catalogue. This often surveys by American officers. A lying between the two extremes. CROCKERY HARDWARE 'VILLO'V-'V ARE.
    deters ther'editions few small steamers should be placedat Last winter the United States Fish ,

    to thej manliest injury of their the disposal of this office to enableit Commission steamer Albatross, witha \
    owners andto tiro prejudice of the to do its share of the hydrographic party composed entirely of naval v Prices Low as the Lowest.

    office. Tly} dying\, away of this service demanded by the shipping officers working under the Bureauof \ N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts,, Fernandina, Fla.
    abuse has ben an important factorin interests of the country. The only Navigation,showed how efficiently

    the increased iof the sale of charts, vessel engaged making surveys dur- this could be done. This party, .L .tTS'I'IN -

    which has!been ;,57 per cent.; and; ing the year ,was the Ranger, on the among many other things, deter- FL.

    through the same influence] acting west coast of Mexico and Central mined the position of a ridge be- MANUFACTURER OF
    in various *-aysJ,'1)le general issue of America. tween Santa Cruz and Puerto Rico
    charts has'HncrcAsed 116 per cent. The work done there, which ex- which was known to..exist from the Till beet-IlonVp. e

    The agent\vh6 !ttre in most instances tended from the Gulf of Fonseca to investigations made into the tempe- '
    the agents ao of the Coast and San Suan del Sur, has fully justifiedthe ratures of the Caribbean Sea by AND DEALER INI 4 i 7QC

    Geodetic S6rt-e'report; that for similar outlay, and it is hoped that she Commander Bartlett during the

    reason' the4sale; of the Coast and will be kept: in service indefinitelyas years 1879 and 1880. \ 4- .s /

    Geodetic :Jiurvey, publications has a surveying vessel.It This work, so eminently within I I ,. ,
    increased njatenally. cannot be too emphatically the province of the navy, and per- M

    The collection': of data for the stated that this Government should formed with so much success by naval ) -.' )rAW
    study of tl meteorology( of the ocean tike a share of the general hydro- officers, should: be continued,
    has been facilitated in a remarkable graphic work of the world commen- and a ship should be fitted out ex-

    degree tany .journals that have surate with its maritime interests. pressly to make investigations: into I- r : .
    ]long been lost :sight of, as the masters and importance. Charts are issued ocean temperatures at all depths, xm.,

    frequently ansfer them wIth- continually which, from the natureof and thus obtain the data necessaryto J s4l I

    out notifying the office, have been their origin, are known to be only determine the actual circulationof \ "': ? II
    i iI
    traced and recovered, and valuable indifferent approximations to what the ocean. I \\1 I
    data which has '1en Tl' ..
    for a should be represented. Good hydro-
    variety of reasohg has been secured. graphic reconnaisances can be madein Post-Office Notice. .
    The officers Office Hours-From 8:00: 'A. M. to 6:00 p. M. XPO'SI.T gN.ew
    by explaining l the prac- a short time at comparatively Sunday.hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30: A. M. \
    tical value of observations and the slight expense, and.when.tne dangerto :Money Orders and Registered Letters from '
    common benefit that will ensue, life and property is considered 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M. I OIlenR-$. 1
    induced who to 3:30 P. M.ARBIVAL. Of th Latest and dost, Approved Patterns. '
    many were indifferent there seems to be no excuse why f 3,885.1
    to contribute AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Opening December 1,1884: Closlnn May
    this work. of the earth visited
    By by
    careful parts
    many Transit & Peninsular Railroad- WIN BTESSfcS OF ALL KINDS, I \\
    comparisons: I or adjustment of merchant marine in the ft( () UNPItH TIIK Al'STff K OF THEUnited i
    our or Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:00 p. M. I I
    ards instruments by means of the stand- general track of trading vessels, Brings malls from the North,the LIFT' AND FORCE PUMPS, Stales Government.
    with whichall the offices are should be left in their present doubt- Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular -

    of furnished what ,is and a l patient explanation ful condition as regards hydro- Closes railroads.daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A.M. WROUGIIT-I ON PIPES. $1,300,000
    required ,
    great interest graphy. .
    has been Takes mails for the North, the '
    ( aroused, and the distribution The recommendation of previous Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular 1\\t Appropriated by the General Government.
    of blank'meteorological journals hydrographers with regard to a sur- roads.Leesburg DRIVEN WELLS SPECIALTY

    to voluntary:observers has increased vey of the Caroline and Marshall train arrives daily.......... 8:30 A. M. AND IKON ROOFS PUT ON. $500,000,
    one : Western mail only. I h'l the Citi/ent of New Orlca.s,
    hundred-per Brings TIN filled. Contributed ;
    cent., while the increase groups in the Pacific should be ders> for Tin Gutters promptly
    ill the:accuracy of the observations immediately carried out. The'con Fonandma & Jacksonville Railroad- Wind J Tills for pumping\water or running $200,000, ; H-
    order. .
    ........ light in 'icliinery promptly\erected\ on
    cannot be estimated. Arrives daily except Sunday. 8:50 A.M.
    sul of the" United States at Hong Church. Factory and school Bells for sale Appropriated; by Mexico.
    The the Jacksonville and St.
    been i> called services of the officers have Kong, under date of July 21, 1884, John Brings river mails. at a 1 barf tain. rrices.All \i $100,000 ,
    into use to determine jrSf rS toves at Wholesale ,
    all of State
    reports to the Department Arrives daily except Sunday.- p. M. the various trans-
    kinds of bds delivered at bv the Sl.ite of Louisiana.
    questiOJS'} of a nautical the loss ofthe American ship Brings mails same'as above. co [ stations within the city free of Appropriated
    nature by all branches Closes Sunday.......... 9:00 A.M. portatioi
    : of the com- Ranier on the Marshall Islands, daily except, charge. lAB| sales,for cash. $100,000, ,
    the Jacksonville St.John'sRiver '4
    1l1ulity Takes ,
    : and: the s presence of professional owing to defective, charts, and, '.urges and Northern. mails. CORNE I R:BROOME AND SECOND STS. Appropriated'by the City of New Orleans. I, '

    yes 19ate men, ahyays ready to in'- that a survey be made of the :Mar- Closes daily except Sunday.......... 5:30 p. M. Fernan [diiia, Fla.. July'12,1884. From $5000 to $25,000, I
    any subject, has been of shall, Caroline and Pellow Islands." Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's Innnnier.ible; States, C',tirs. t
    great value to Jiarine i! insurance This has been repeatedly advocatedby river Northern'and Western mails. KE., llT,CHEAP AID GOOD Appropriated and by Foreign Countries. .

    companies tatty, sill,); M'to' t agents, admiralty the Hydrographic Office, and Sunday MailJacksonville and- St.John's River, u 1 il lNES BOILERSI Every State and Territory I n the Union represented. \I'

    bJnch of ei antI in fact,to every when the position of theseislands', arrives:...;.....................:.........10:25 A. M. \'I V and nearly Countries all the of Leading tne'World.Nations and I\
    directly bu'inc*F connected either considered, lyingas they do'in the Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M. mm- I/NEW.ANO SECOND HAND.ALL .- I.
    or mjlirejtfy with maritime trade wind and westerly current belt Jacksonville, St. John's River and- KINDS EHACHIHEBY'AT LOW PRICES The Biggest Exhibit,the Biggest! BnllcHng! and the

    affalr: :. .. of the North Pacific the natural the North, closes./.................... 6:00 A.M. CombUed < *n- age Hex nd SUitfe Machine I Biggest Industrial Event in theWorld's \
    History. l lI
    Jacksonville and St. John's River f ,Plane, Bewwt, &0 "
    thiflUmbir of'Vssek;; : boarded byoL highway of vessels bound to Japan, only, closes.............................. 4:00 p. M. Eagle Ask fAr Gene Ca taloCTe Saw Mill.-and Prices before buying.RANDLEiTDUBANMACH'YCO. I.ArPfJCATlOI"" POI'' "'-aLIIr3nYRFcCEIYKL. I f
    1CfS-atacht(1? to the Branch: China and the East COTKRAamKI'At'K; ,NIP A iKkVIM: VAKIKTYni ,
    ,: Philippines SAML. T. RIDDELL."P. M. I t-t'IUH':1'' l'1U> TH1hE OF' AYkxOiTluY I
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    tarot uriilb ::11 year was 4,256, Indies, the conviction as to. what \' mu: akl.o. '
    2,062 netcra corrected or compared should be done becomes irresistible.In T ANDARD BIOGRAPffiES. Just' 65, 67, 69, ELM ST., CINCINNATI 0. The cheapest rates of tr.ive. ever known' II; ,I
    a 1)::3tr-.wts { dialogue and menticathlspaper.) :"of trin<.i> >r.ition secured for the, <
    nfi: Write f r the annaii i
    wrecks logs made 873 the North Pacific alone there are U LOGAN. R a S 0 J. evtrvwnen.For iI
    BLAINE AND people
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    II"...,'1.I..).ve reported sels 1 1 '.mf f" r' ice. reportedtu more than ?,OOO reported dangers.which 271 Royal octavo pages; lull-page. 'Illustrations. ,-FORJY.LA information,audres E. A. BURKE. I Ii I I I
    o ,a"'i"UlornlatIon given do not exist or,.are incorrectly i i Director General \V 1.,t C.C. E.. I IXu. '
    ,ocfi difIclent: 11ldividuals TILDEN, CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS. OKTEANS.L*. .;
    During the located. In many cases the same n4 Toyal octavo pages; 35 full-page Illustrations. _, .
    .yir\ CHINER YII -- -h '
    a set of
    lug new island has a''' half dozen different Best Terms ever Offered: 'to-Agents.. ,
    \tlantic the North positions assigned to it by as many = Wood. Wood.
    has beQr -Outfit FREE, and ALI/FREIGHT
    llcen, issued and has authorities, the maximum difference Address II. s; GOODSPEED &,CO., having recently established a Wood-yard
    rerfit.orahtiy, reccivcdese often to miles. Thisis 48 NEW,YORK or CHICAGO. < pF ALL KINDS, near Durv e's mill, provided with all the
    charts amounting fifty
    prc-cnt) : the, T I necessary machinery forsawmgand splitting
    J rincipallueteorooglca a of continual uncertaintyto and Mortgage Deeds. V. M.Robinson ;-
    phC110111eUrjof source Warranty Go to 1 FI RE.'V: 0 O'D',
    1'lllhic form ; the.ocean in a mariners in these waters which INE PAPER-60 CTS. PER D ZEN. I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood
    vea>. The mrtlTU for month in the ought to eliminated, now that the I.J Samples sent upon receipt of \"-cent MANUVCTUilSS: a1nd DEALER, sawed to any lengths,for either stove or,fireplace -
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    :lble that a so comprehen- science of deep-sea sounding 'is so stamp. AddressFLORIDA .)IIRRO ". &LLE FLORIDA. at ONE DOLLAR J. A. ..ELLEIDA'fSHE ;-
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    a y i 4rr t 1, 'Tlr 'FLORIDA MIRROR.. Government the Democratic party EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE., MR. VANDERBILT'S letter to Governor ;- the original returns::: is proved not only--b y

    Cleveland is' the of their I footinyup!; the, same as the
    + ; will remain in during the experience returns

    t h 4' r s ; ; : GEORGE=R. FAIRBANKS/::EDITOR; :::: next four.years. power IMMIGRATION-OLD COTTON PLANTATIONS the genuine feeling of the country in collected the'law. "of ave the rag county. The,towns ratio, but of also by

    '-iubs'fcriptlon. 82 per year; six months, 81. -IMPROVIDENCE OF THE COL- gain of
    Now, this is no cause of alarm to reference. to the choice of Grover seven a district in.the 1,900 districts outside
    \ Offic",corner Centre and First streets,second floor. ORED PEOPLE-COTTON AND CORN of New York and
    t l -. the colored race, not a hair of their Cleveland "to the Presidency. ,It is I Brooklyn would give"a

    ,,,: RATES 'OF ADVERTISING. heads will be touched,'not a penny CROPS-RAILROAD FACILITIES-GOOD the triumph of an ,idea rather than i gain of 14,000, in round numbers. The
    t' the first, and five cents for gain in cities is 8,300, making a total
    : Tert cents a line LANDS: STILL, UNSETTLED GAINESVILLE train
    'f each'pbsequent insertion. of their wages will be taken from of a party-the idea of public .service 22,300, against Garfield's plurality of-'> ,nnJa

    \' 1' 7 Special, local notices,.15 cents a line. them; they will find that Demo- IMPROVING UNEASINESS OF being a public trust and desire '-is close plurality to what for the Cleveland completed of 1,300, which

    wti' 'Reading' notices,25 cents a line. cratic'money' will be good money, NEGROES AT DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS., to break up the control o( corrupt ;If[ the Associated Press calculators returns in show Xew
    ,1 ; I Special rate for time advertisements upon appllcetioi
    FLA. Nov. 14. York had been
    GAINESVILLE loyal to their
    ,. and Democratic will be of schemers.. own fibres
    *- at the office.Communications. government ring politicians a there would have been

    r'-E .: upon all matters of local interest good government. That,their,rights The number: of persons ,cominginto Mr. Cleveland ,will ,be the people's returns.-Philadelphia dispute over the

    4 ICr, : solicited from all parts of the county and from will continue to be respected, and Florida be quite large. President. TherE}
    ,. alona the lines of Florida railways.;' Of course many of the people on the: : TIlE LEGISLATURE
    they can call themselves Republicans we are persuaded no North no
    From returns thus far
    ; All,communications intended for publication either received, official
    lines travel
    a 4 :. -should be addressed to,the Editor; all business :as long as' they chose to, of are returninghere South, :no East, and no West-no and estimated, it appears that the followin
    letter simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. as winter residents or settlers, elected the I)
    \ I although why they should stick to white and-'no black. persons are to Legislature:
    : t i but there seems to be a constant.flow / Alachua-Hughes to Senate; M. jr
    NOVEMBER that good
    SATURDAY, 15 1884.' party we see no reason. '
    jji .L .. i' 1 As Floridians they have the same of travel. The larger part, of those BLAIXE'S BOASTED POPULARITY. blyAll Lewey Broome Republicans.Trapp and Rush to Assem:

    : \' \ LET US HAVE PEACE.. interests white Floridians and coming over the Transit Road take Below we give the figures of the Baker-Urban C. Herndon to Assembly'

    ''t "N ow that the election is over we as cast for Garfield in 1880 Deivocratic.
    the main stem at Waldo, south.. pluralities Bradford-J. L. Gaskins to. Senate
    whatever benefits will benefit \y
    one ;
    ; ;hop b'the irritations of the canlpaignwill' I have just been traveling,over the and for Blaine in 1884, in some of W. Tumblin and John Croft to Assemble'
    N the other. will AH Democratic.
    ,- subside. The Democrats who Everything go
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    section of AI?. hua occupied by,. the the. States : Brevard-H. S. Williams to Senate. \V.
    at: '. : have been waiting 24 years for a just as it has done, only we,,believe a Garfield. .Blaine. J.-I>ack to Assembly. Both Democrats:!!.
    : good deal better., We hope there cotton planters before the war.Thou: -' 'Colorado.l ...............:....2.803 4,000 Calhoun-J. N. Richards. to Assembly.
    s, : 56 .- Demociat.Claj .
    not to be grudged this pleasure but will be a cordial understanding be- Illinois.......................40,716 15,829 --R. ,,?. Davis to Assembly. Demo
    w :+ white and black tivated, are now thrown put and grow- Indiana...................... 6,636 crat.
    -we io that they will, while ex; tween our people, in and broom Iowa.........................78.059 7,000 Columbia-John'F. Niblack, Bascora H.
    r4' j their be too and the utmost'peace and harmony ing'up sapling pines Kansas.......................61.731 47,000 Palmer and Daniel N. Cone to Assembly.
    .t pre. ing own., joy, mag- grass. Their thousands, of slaves Maine........................ 8,868 20.000 All Democratic.
    t+} ;nammous to exult over those who prevail. Massachusetts.............53,245 10,000 Dade-J. W. Ewan to Assembly. Demo-
    have become citizens, and are occu- Michigan........ ..........53,890 2,800
    ..., .Tl1nvb. been defeated. Let us have MARKETING ORANGES. pying small patches of ground raising Minnesota.. ... ......;....40,588 35,000 crat.DuvalE.. C. Sarumis to Senate; W. B.
    I ..... ....... .....
    : yteaae and resume our, business We call attention to the article of ( Nebraska. 26,456< 20,000 Owen G. W. Wetmore, Win. James and T.!
    only enough to barely support New Hampshire. 4,058 4,000 V. Gibbs to Assembly. All Republicans.
    "I :where the election interrupted New york...........,...... Escatnbia S. R.
    ,u.. ; Mr. E. Bean on the subject of marketing them ant around .21,033 Mallory, re-elected to
    jobbing by day'sworks
    i few of have much f Ohio..........................34,227 11,000 Senate; J.E. Yonge. J. B. Emnierson and
    1t. [Very us per- Florida fruits and vegetables, and in some instances uponsharf Oregon....................... 671 1,500 J. M.Tate to Assenibl r. All Democrats.
    I '5onal interest in politics any 'way, which was published in the Florida f Pennsylvania.37,276 28,000 FrankHn-W. T. 0-rnan to Senate; H.
    lands valu-
    p ; t These cotton are Rhode Island......... .... 7,416 7,000 L. Grady to Assembly. Both Democrats.
    .r ;: ,.: :>except to deposit our votes. We do Dispatch of October 20th. able'. and it is a pity that they,should Vermont...................26.909 25,000 Gadsden-A. W.Snider. D. W. Miller and
    not believe citizen will six .rlie Wisconsin........... .....29,763 9,000 E. Owens to Assembly. All Democrats.
    any Mr.,Bean shows clearly the
    very idle. After
    nearly twenty yearsof Hamilton-One Senator and two Assem
    Mr. Elaine's
    enormous popularitythus
    "months hence be sorry that Gen. evils of of f blymen. All Independents.
    j our present system freedom, it seems hopeless to expect -
    has been elected Governor appears to have cut down the Hernando-B. F. Kirk and N. A. Cartero
    I or ''
    ? Pcny marketing our fruit and vegetable {
    the negroes to become owners Assembly. :All Democrats.
    '' ; : -that! the State has a Democratic It is party vote in Illinois by 25,000, in Hillsborou -J. 'T. Leslie, re-elected to
    T certainly singular
    ..\ ,' 'crops. ;; very of:land by purchase. There are,probably Iowa by 70,000 in "Kansas by 14-; Senate ; J. S. Taylor, Jr., and Win. Pitt
    r i 4t *&tat3 g ove rnment. We 'especially tliat so large an interest as the fruit not one hundred this county Head, to Assembly. All Democrats.
    000, in Massachusetts by 43,000, in Holmes-W. F. Green, Democrat, to As-
    that the which
    l'iop'3 Legislature
    ,. ; and vegetable interests of Florida :who have bought and paid for lands, sembly.

    .;. -vtillj. assemble in January, will go should'now when its value i#' be- //although there are a large number Michigan by 51,000, in Minnesotaby Jackson-J. II. McKinne, re-elected to
    5,000, in Nebraska by 5,000, in the Sena; J. A. Robinson (re-elected.J.)
    Y, a' .; ; romptly to their work, pass but coming some millions of dollars, to I living on homesteads, and a consid- L. Powell and A. C. White to Assembly.All .
    1 Ohio by 23,000 in Pennsylvania by
    w bills, and those only necessary subject to the random and'' under- erable number in the towns, who Democrars..
    Jefferson-J..D. Cole to Senate R. W.
    9,000 and in Wisconsin by 20,000 ;
    r nmes, and be economical in their tain chances of a 'blind ,market-/ own the small lots they occupy. The Washington, B. C. Gibbes, W. A. Byrd andJ.
    leaving out the decrease in some C. All }
    Smythe. RepunKcans.
    >,:': ', :'appropriation of public moneys.A each man shipping by chance and negro lacks the.self-control to enable smaller States Vermont and LaFayette-T. P. Chaires, Democrat to

    I great many of the members are without system or previous knowledge him to lay by his wages and buy a as ; Assembly.
    i whereas Garfield carried Indiana by Leon-D. S. Walker Jr., Independent
    new men and can keep and shape of, the market to which me home. Their wages are usually one Clinton Seend E. C. Weeks and Samuel
    il. in the of strict 6,636, Blaine ?loses it by over 5,000for Frazie", Republicans to Assembly.
    i legislation channels sends it. sort of happy-go-lucky dollar when the
    ; per day working by Cleveland Connecticut which Levy-E. H. Brewer and Samuel Quincy,
    economy and the'public weal. If system,which, probably in a large day ; they can live on one dollar per ; Democrats, to Assembly.
    : r the Convention is, called there will number of instancesresults in gave Garfield 2,656, gives Clevelandover Liberty-M. J. Solomon, Democrat to
    nearly grown person for a: week, and could in- Assembly ; W. H. Ned] Democrat, to Sen
    Iii le little necessity of general legislation a total loss, or very small returns. ordinarily save half their wages, but 3,000; New Jersey gives an ate.
    creased majority to the Democratic Madison-W. H. Dial to Senate: John H.
    ;;',. r ",his ,session. There is more Mr Bean proposes as a remedy, the they cannot resist the temptation of ': Rowe S. P. May and Jas. J. Walker, to
    ticket and New which
    ;. 1 y.'. '' danger of doing too much. than too formation of a central fruit ag ncy in expending it to please their fancy or Garfield, 21,033 gives Cleveland, gave over Assembly.Manatee-J.All W.Democrats.Whidden. 'to Senate; Z.

    .little'/;'t.;; Florida, which shall' appoint agents that of wife and children. T. Crawf.rd to Assembly. Both Demo
    1,000. crats.
    '{DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS at leading distributing points, and The cotton crop of this section'has Marion-H. E.Miller and W. A. Wilkerson -

    it1'q direct shipments to the/ various been good, on 'an average, and the HOW THE RETURNS WERE MONK to Assembly ; H. W. Chandler to Sen
    ; ; DETRIMENT TO THE COLORED RACE. h EYED. ate. All Republicans re-elected; Walls 5
    markets the principle of Demand i votes.
    upon good. Orange
    Political orators on the eve'of important provision crop very There has been so much discussion about
    Monroe-It is
    claimed that
    a Republicanis
    and supply. Such a plan lie for the most part 'in the election returns and t the Associated Press
    9', : elections have Jeen' in the I groves elected to Senate, and one Republicanand
    +; would doubtless be desirable! if southern portion of the county. The bulletins from New York that the real one Democrat to Assembly.
    ;, ijabit of alarming the, by Nassau-Elects the
    : negro por- two Republicans to
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    ; cause of dispute has been somewhat ob-
    : union of action could be
    soils about Newnansvilleand
    procured, strong clay Assembly, Riley Robinson and John
    ?trayiig i the consequences :which scured. The returns collected:: by the Associated Wilkerson.
    a more' difficult thing to do among the rich lands in San Felicio
    ._, ;would follow Democratic ascen- i 'Press were !remarkably complete and I Orange-R.Me. S. Byrne and B. M. Robinson
    I '' ; of Flori- men who see so little of each either hammock, just south of N ewnans- the'result shows them to have been'essenti- Democrats, to Assembly. St. Johns
    : .dency.. The colored people received 25 votes Walls 24.
    k t as orange growers in :' Florida land ville can no doubt produce orangesas ally accurate. It was only when somebodyin ;
    who have now for the last eight Polk-John W. Bryant, Democrat, re-
    : fa where individualism str ngly well or better than, Columbia New York began to manipulate them elected to Assembly.
    .Drears: been living :under a ,Democratic that they ceased to be of value. Putnam-E. S. Grill, Democrat, reelectedto
    prevails. The vicinity of Orange county, lying north of Alachua. The Senate Josi: Hicks Democrat and Lyle,
    tot As the returns in ;
    I .. ,. '*. State government, ought came on Tuesday night:
    !< would be the best inaugurate Republican, to Assembly.
    Lake place to lands of Alachua
    W' < t:have the good sense to see that this are generally good and on Wednesday they showed uniform I. Santa Rosa-C. J. Perrinott and John
    <>]I'Vus%f ). i for this system/on/ accou t of and productive; and with the rail- Democratic gains upon the vote of J380, Wilkinson, Jr., Democrats, to Assembly.St. .
    talk was intended only political
    which enabled familiar with elec- Johns-C. M.Cooper to Senate; Otto
    ; one
    and of
    the tent bearing any
    proximity e
    J t kM ', ..Affect, and to keep the colored'voters : roads traversing the country east and tion figures to estimate the result very Gudenrath and Wm. C. Middleton, to Assembly
    i1" .groves. When the time comes/when west and north and south the means All Democrats.
    *-. ; In the Republican ranks. .closely.. It is an almost universal expe- Sumter-Geo. M. Lee to Senate; Wm.
    Hli- /. producers have simply to Deliver of transportation are good in the east- rience that when a considerable number of Himes and L. E. Snow to Assembly. All

    r : '1) As a matter of fact the Democratic their fruit to the order of the (buyerin ern and central.portions. It is scattering returns from various parts of a Democrats.
    < / gen and A. J.
    : Suwanee-Dr. S. T.Overstreet
    \ acted with3Jreat
    + t, ; -jjarty in Florida has '
    J>% their own neighborhood and State show a persistent ratio of gain or loss to Assem
    erally regarded as healthy, and I see McLeod (re-elected), Democrats,
    generosity and,entire justice to that ratio is likely to be maintained. Thus bly.
    have further wit it the
    no oncem why it should not have
    no reason a to
    !he colored people of this State. the returns from the first two or three hun- Taylor-John R. Kelly Democrat,
    -j ;, business of orange growing Trill be ,larger population, although it now dred precincts in Oho, in October, compared Assembly.
    t' + 1heir|? privileges have not been : Volusia-C. Delano re-elected to Senate;
    + ; L placed on a reliable footing,|and its ranks third or fourth. with the vote of '1882, showed ,an H. S. Adams to Assembly. Both Demo-

    .. : ',: .... brid CB+ d in any respect, and the profitableness will be assure average change in each precinct which

    '; white property owners of the State must Gainesville is still improving, but when multiplied by the number of pre- crats.WakullaR.. W. Ashmore, Democrat,to

    r-v r I? *: taxed themselves in Some com unity com- the burnt district has not been rebuilt the State gave a Republican ma- Assembly.
    1 heavily
    :' l t ave the ind! Walton-A. R. Jones to Senate; C. D.
    1 '' '' : .order to give the colored population mence organization, we except on one or two of the lots. jority of about 12,000. The Times gave this Monroe and J. A. McLean to Assembly.All .
    hope that the range growers aroundCitra estimate the morning after the election; Democrats.
    VH school with them- The election shows a considerable to
    ; will ta e the initiativ figures complete gave-
    'kv < *- -- t'f pelves. In every county where they gain in white votes, and no doubt 11,800, The early returns from New York Assembly.Of the Senators. holding over 7 are Democrats

    i'.' ., i ,.h. ,:are; in the majority they elect their A'WQNDERFUL SHI P. both Alachua and Marion will soon were equally decisive.All 2 Republicans and 3 Independents;
    The latest number of the fleet of racers of the Senators elected last Tuesday, 14 are
    day Wednesday the Associated Press
    to be, of the black belt. '
    - ; : "jvn the Legislature. They > cease parts
    t .j people which are trying to reduce I the time kept sending out the vote of as many election Democrats, 5 Republicans and 1 Indepen

    .'V, receive. the larger part of their wages between New York and Queens' wn to five I understand that political leaders districts as had beeu received from dent.Of the members elected to the Assembly

    a I; ..from white Democratic employers, days is the Umbria of the Canard Line. It had, for political purposes, told the hour to,hour, showing an average Demo- 52 are Democrats, 21 Republicans and 3 In

    '-,.# *und:they know that the men whom is not so long ago that twenty dfcys betweenthe negroes in this ,section that in case cratic gain of a fraction more than seven to dependents.Democratic majority in Senate 10; Dem
    t two ports was considered air time but
    district the vote of 1880. Now Cleve-
    + ,,4htjy politically oppose are, in fact, week is considered lirae of Democratic success they might be a over ocratic majority in Assembly, 28; Democratic
    now a
    any land had to gain 21,034 to 'overcome Gar- majority on joint ballot, 38.
    - L .. their best friends ; but they seem tolhink of the crack boats of the Cnn Ord, Inman, put back into slavery, and consider- field's majority and he was known to have

    r S they are bound hand and foot Anchor or White Star Lines,'w rile even the able alarm has been in consequence gained about 8,000 in New York and Brook- List of Letters
    / ,43t' National Line which used to |>e noted for Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan-
    the little of white lyn. A gain of over thirteen thousand in
    ring manifested them., Such
    ., -0 has ffor among political dina, Nassau county Florida, Nov. 15, 1884.
    its slow boats in
    :;'Etepublicans who call themselves gone building expedients are cruel and dis the country therefore would elect him. The Persons calling for these letters must say
    K racers. The new Uijibria, whih arrived in Associated Press continued to report gains advertised:

    injie Republican party. If any col- New York this week, is 520 feet,' long, 57 reputable. Of course the colored until they reached the sum of 13,546. From Abnoise, M Owens Ch WAlexander

    - i asserts his independence feet broad, 41 feet deep, with p decks and a people will soon learn that Demo- that point the gains ceased to be reportedand ,Tobe Ring, Therret

    : ;Mid, right to vote as he pleases, his tonnage of 8,000'tons.. The dining room is cratic success is, the success of good very soon after the whole mode of pre- Baker Blaizer, ,Laura Jones Rivers Rollins,Ellen George C
    50 feet wide and 76 feet
    long,fend the vessel
    senting the returns was changed and
    a Blaize, Buckling BRichardson
    colored brethren low.
    Republican are taxes and'general
    will accommodate 720 first c&ss government, ,
    passengers.Her ridiculous bulletin was sent out calculatinga Daniel,General W
    ;; ;down on him, and persecute andlunnoy horse power 5s 12,500, aid her engineis prosperity, and bodes no harm to plurality of 16,000 for Blaine, on the basis Evans Geo Robes Diana

    _:; i i wfctfvli+ : ; mim. about twice the size of toft great Corliss them. Eight years of DemocraticState of"average pluralities"-a mode of calculation Evan] G HFranly.Ch Robers Reid,Johnny, M C

    w ; t I The| Democratic; party has nowlieeni" engine shown at the Centennial Exposition.She government ought to satisfy absurd upon its face. Gear, 'V StephenJobn
    has seventy-two furnaces which heat This is where the wrong' was done. The Gremble, Jahol Stark, Capt
    V*. in power in this State for them that the Democratic party can Grison,Fuller Tuiak, Henry
    nine boilers, and twenty-ei it men are em- returns were correct; 'it was the use made of
    t :pearly eight years In the electioniwhich ployed night and day in snivelling in the be trusted much better than the so- them in New York that betrayed a partisan Haggen Hollen,Jenny Francis Wilson Ullan, S, D A C

    ,, : has just taken place its maritijes coal. The owners will be!? much disap- called :Republican leaders, who have design and it was not until the universal Jenkins, Jane righter,V P

    J .M' (t are larger than ever before, pointed if she does not male the trip across been feeding'them on promises and outburst of public indignation compelled Jones, Albert Watts, Sealey
    McGaulky, G W White Melvy
    in six days. Then a man am leave here on the schemers to take their hands off that ,
    land the fact is settled that in this making use of them for their own dory, Peter Williams,Gahser
    Monday morning and go t
    iStatel.:,.; I. and in the United StatesA don the following Sunday selfis ends. F. order. The substantial correctness 'of S.T. RIDDELL, P. :Y.I .

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    j l Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking advantage of cash _
    ;!! !!!!; pur- *
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    N: I :g igf:, chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such low
    :g; .
    I..! GOODS I
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    Latest Styles in We have received our stock $ r GENTLEMEN'

    y Latest and,Most Stylish Designs to be Found, Fall Dress Goods. FALL CLOTHING,.
    Furnishing Goods
    i SILKS, CASHMERES, Men's, Boys', Youth's.An J

    pOWDER and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the Brocades, Alpacas, Velvets; elegant line. Also the in a.lltbe J

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    Absolutely Pure. Great Bargains A fine assortment of We "
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    POWDER; never varies. A marvel. BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres, :BROWNING, SINS & CO.,
    THIS purfv.strengrk and wholesoraeness.riouical
    ;; th ; the ordinary kinds, Linen Towels,Toweling, BOOTS, SHOES of New York,
    llore e i1l competition with the to be had in Fernandina at the establishment of ,
    and canmnltitudeAc not#)e ,ot't short weight. alum or And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS..
    SM only tn cans. Goods.
    re d e ro: :: : Suits made to order and a
    ROYAI3S 'OKING POWDER co., Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths Fit Guaranteed.
    ', ;100,,;llllStreet.. New York. MODE BROTHERSIN A large line of ,
    -t' Fancy Goods and Notions,
    3?"Underwear j SPECIAL ORDERS i
    5 HT .Hosiery and Gloves,
    $ ELECcLIG
    iAn from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in :New: York-

    Ox receipt tJ if $5vje -..; : Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. By OUR RESIDENT BUYER.

    tric will send Lamp.y< ;. FJwj.Burglar: =-=' li'Ea. ;r:::: DRY GOODS FANCY GOODSGENTLEMEN'S '

    Alarms$1.; Call\ Bel l s / \. '. or. CSC T''. :II:: : :) "
    Electrid-SisLiphtphosphate 7
    $1.; / "'
    cr, Telegraph In'tTlI'm FURNISHING GOODS, Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,
    nts,Medjioal Batt-
    ries&c. \ 1 t' I : n.NEW YORK OFFICE 83 Walker
    ( St.
    "In reglra;| to your new Electnc Light / 'FLA. ,
    we think you'will'bi: !'; |c'xceedingly successful Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil Cloths.WE -
    i iii sccuring t.!universal adoption. ,
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    "I witne(?l withmuch;: pleasure the tests HAVE JUST RECEIVED
    of your nelv"Electric Light.: I helieye you MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP] LINE
    will l find--iif' (difficulty in bringing it into !
    general usi i| Eastern fan. Northwestern f
    L urn b e'I'.i'n| .'* J HENRY I\GIIAM. 100 :PIEC: ES MAT'3'ING35: :
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    "We take ijleasure in stating that 1 the testswe FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE :
    made ofiypiir} Electric Light proved per- .
    fectly satisfactory; ;. Won will have a large WHCH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.
    and ready s Ll?. Yours truly,
    i | RICHARDS&Co,,
    24lni 20 mirth Avenue,N.Y."
    The above:testing )Inials explain them ,
    selves. : II f ,
    WE WANT K t\(; It.'m OF LIVE AGENTS. .,
    : G. \d f. FOSTER & CO., Is.i), '. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .
    4:>-3m :. i'J'21 Park Row. N.Y. .: '.

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    of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
    I-1 'I I i I 'I 1 1 v !tVt feitHm 1 1 I1 ] i IT T- ONE
    A Full linelof THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
    '. Elegant Lace: and Mull Picks, sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

    CENTRE STREET, Two DOORS FROM SECOND, This Line;.having no Transfers between Fernandina<< and New
    FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
    Linen Collard' and Kid Gloves, FERNANDINA FLORIDA. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
    Ail l of the Latest I connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
    | : ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
    Hoop SHrts LAKE WEIR.
    andiLadies'! Underwear.
    freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to

    ++ R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

    : SUMMER GAMES.: t- Dress Goods Silks Cashmeres C. H. MALLORY & CO., FERNANDINA, :IFLORIDA.

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    t c : ,. "i I THE_ FLORIDA MINOR : NOVEMBER 15, .1884.

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    GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor lores J. C. Matthews. -
    ': I of LIBERTY. HOLMES.
    N .' : :", County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collccor of Reve'llue'v. F. Trantham, County Judge M. J.Solomons. County Judge A. H. Brownell..
    ,. United States cer s. Olerl-F. J. Pons Sanderson. Ocala.
    i Clerk-' W. Jeter. Clerk T. H.Pitman. .
    ?: -;. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Superintendent of SclI.ools-M. L. Paine, Sheriff R. F. Hosford. Sheriff Thomas N. Ellis.

    tr. .' iegister-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy. Treasurer-J. E. Roberts. .- JVowurer--Daniel D. Gillis.

    c i' ":.' ; Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Thos. P. Shuler 'Collector of Revenue-William Tucker.
    a :'t., 1. $ur or-General-Malachi Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San County Judge Chas. S. Baron,'Key West. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler. Assessor of Taxes-J. J. Newton.
    ,1. : : Jiasseu. derson.- Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. SuperintendentofScltools-Dr. .Jackson.. S Superintendent of Schools Whitnell Curry
    I I c ."iI-,' Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Sheriff George Demerritt, Key West. : ,
    :. j Sanderson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maioney, Jr.. :
    ::. Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. |. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County Judge-Wm. B. Jones.
    Marshal J. H. Durkee Jacksonville. Clerk-F. E. de'la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
    u 1 County'Judge-J.: R. Richard, Providence. Collector of ReVenue-Mason 'Moreno,
    + Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson. Sheriff E.;P. Melvin.

    ;4..!t INTERNAL EEVENUE.I Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Superintendent of Scltools-J. V. Harris. ,Key Treasurer-J. S. Leonard. Trea.rurer-Thomas J. Miller.
    Collector Revenue Manuel Pal rues.Assessor Collector
    r of of Re'tenue-John Roche.
    West. .
    Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N.,C. Wainwright, Lake "
    ; Butler, NASSAU COUNTY. of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.
    tW i : COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Superintendent of Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-D. II.
    Collector Revenue Horn
    1 of Bunberry Haynes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
    John W. Howell Fernandina.
    + Santa Fe.Superintendent., dina. WALTON. CALHOUN
    ,9 t t { Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. 'B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards,-Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel'McLeod, Sr. County Judge-William Clark.
    John,F House St.
    .*?!; ., 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. Sllerijf-Joseph S. Stone.

    ), ,'I;' State Officers. County Judge-James A., McCrory, City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
    ';" t : .1 Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott. Fer Collector of Rc'tenue'V. B. McLeod. Collector of Re'enue-Joel P. At1in; .

    ; ; t 1 ''r\r EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Olerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bosh.

    cr Go rrnor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City,Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. Superintendent of Schools W. G. Cox well.
    i i ? Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham Callahan.
    : Liej;delimit-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel -
    'i na. County. Treasuree Gnstav Stark, Fernan -
    : i KtvVest.
    Collector of Revenue-D. W. McQuaig. Bre- dina: TEE CELEBRATED'
    of State-John L. Crawford,.Tal- .
    ,. k sec/'jary vard County. ORANGE COUNTY.

    I -W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. E. English, County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando.. WOOTON
    Titusville., Clerk-Thos. J, Shine. Orlando. DESKS.
    : Treasurer: -Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee.
    41"i ;"' AttorneyGeneral; --George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas"W. Shine Orlando.

    hassfi. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James* M.. Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICE
    ,r ;; 't\ Commissioner of Lands -P. W. White. Park. Reid Fla.Collector. APPLIASCI&
    4i : /.Tallahassee.a Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. of Rerenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.

    ',' : 1: ; Sujvrintendent of Public Instruction: K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. '

    '\ : >,:Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, v
    : r'x, 3 ;: ,. |iFostd*tant-General-J.T2. Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. rl ''j EVERYBODY DELIGHTED
    Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker.; PUTNAM COUNTY.
    : | OF IMUIGRATION.I / Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate B. Harrison', Palatka. 'z WITH THEM. *
    | (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahasisee. Iiddlebur : Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. ;
    .: ,
    ., : COUNTY.
    S Sheriff Thomas .
    :; Cletk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. -
    I W. M. Ives Jr. Lake J. Woods.
    \.Snerud; Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge City. y.No.
    'r iliuiUUng, Jacksonville., Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Rer.'enue-Joseph Price. 8 Flat ,Top. ,\\' '
    a : Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. nyuseDesksofordinaryconstruction
    { :: SUPREME COURT. .4sscssor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. =- when. for slight

    : Clilef Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. I additional, cost you can have-
    Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer -- _
    I .: County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. : the' benefit of our improve-
    ,I N ,; 'I t A'' Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. ments? Awkward closets and
    p 4. j asoCiateJusttC'e-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. V'Mn
    ,. "=urran mm. side drawers
    % done
    w J acks m ville. ar loin dx".r.- away with.
    k ; : ? :yunty Judge William A. McLean, Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner
    i !I C2et-C. H.'roster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry.County. i" ;TC,1; ,+ ; ',?t We substitute revolving cases,.
    Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Treasurer-r.D. S. Sutton I 2- i i a' l a I t .I I which
    ; CIRCUIT JUDGES. Perry. n I// swing with a slight
    :1 ,First E. Maxwell Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Sllneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. 1 ,
    a | Circuit--Augustus a ,"P n a ,o i touch of the hand and are
    I Isdcola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack Collector of Relenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. I t
    rrnl thus enabled furnish double-
    i sonville. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. =
    i ;. Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- ., '
    J < : Collector ;of RC'tenueMoses'' J. Brown,, JOHNS COUNTY. I : : b a a __ r = the space generally given on

    ", scc.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. ,, = each side; and when cases are
    Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell tine.County Judge. -:\[. R. Cooper, St. Augus t = open,, the whole interior iJ-!

    a' 'Ivi11 i Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. flooded with light and all
    ;; Fifth! Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines IIAMILTON COUNTY.
    ville. Sheriff-Ramon !Hernandez, St. Augustine Xo. 14 Low Down Roll Top. petitions readily reached with
    : : : County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor
    ,- ;'Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine.of Taxes-A. D. Rogero., St. out change of position. A variety of rotary cases are offered for selection, and applied to

    t ti= I f: ''.'Seventh. Circuit W. Archer Cock"" Sanford Sheriff Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wanted. We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

    $ I r r ", Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent.

    1 Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue W. H. H. :McLeod. of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE "WOOTONCabinet
    Columbia .
    County.Superintendent St. Augustine.
    f' FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
    IFatt. Term
    ,' I '; Santa ltosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, Office Secretary.

    Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. .. ,
    "' : County Judge-W. L. Frierson Brooks- a u
    1 '; Holnlis, Wednesday after 4th Monday Sherijf-J. S. Dyches .
    : ville. Leesburg. i r iYiF
    .in Octoler. X
    I Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.
    h : Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Collector of 'cnue-J08eph Hutchinson w'' The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
    + Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. ,
    tin October. Sumterville. to the business public. One hundred and

    Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ville.Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- ten compartments, as shown in cut, all under
    Esc nlbia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Re'tenue-F.M.Hedich, Brooks ston, Sumterville. ; t '' one lock and key. Especially adapted for Merchants

    This amended section 2 of act of February ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. = 1" t Manufacturers, Bankers, Railroad Officials

    : \jlO, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live { .' ,, + 'IFQ and Professional Men generally.
    Fort Dade.
    t tf Term.
    .jSpring Oak.ClerkRobert
    Sheriff John R Sessions Live
    ; Oak.
    I4 County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.
    I p I Taylor( 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Olerk-'Vm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. Wooton Cabinet Office Secretary. ADDRESS :
    1. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions
    } '" April j I Sheri -D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. ,
    r Madison, 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Tazcs-Hugh GallagherTampa. Welborn. ,WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.
    4 Hamilton, 4th Monday in April.Suwmee Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones ,
    t! 1st Monday after 4th Monday Live Oak.
    43; : in April. of Schools W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY. .
    '. Columbia; 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

    If in April Ui JEFFERSON. prise. SEWING MACHINES..
    t Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
    County Judge-W. B. Lamar, Monticello.
    'fin April, Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. ;" .1/.... ', e': :; : J, .''.; ;.
    Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen '
    .'1 ?, 1 Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. ka ,,, .: '
    Taylor; 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Cove. ., ,
    Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor :'F',. ". 1: 'I" I y"Y.1,4
    October. Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P.. N. Bryan, Glen -.. "....t: \;: ." :' '.: .; ,, -.1 t.. .;,
    Madison, 2d Monday in October. Cove. ,
    I I. Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello.County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Superintendent of Schools-L.. D. Huston, .... :., _

    : Suwiiniiee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Enterprise. .
    Yr; Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon
    (6) ,, .,] i in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

    '' & Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday inOctobdr. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge -W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
    .- :
    keenah. Sheriff-Charles Alligood. Crawfordville. EW14
    :. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. UQsNI
    Superintendent .Schools-E. Y. Watts, < --
    I ,'= FOURTH CIRCUIT County! Judge-"W. J. Dixon, New Troy.sheriffJ. Crawfordville.
    Spring Term- J. Johnson, Old Town. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
    ., St. John! 's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville.County Treasurer-'V. W. Walker, Craw TOWN n'gj1st:
    Superintendent of ScJtools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy.
    Clay 4th in March.
    + Tuesday
    r a, .?l, i Collector of Ret.'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw !
    } Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville.' Fernandina,
    m ( County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock New
    + Te ak r, 2d Tuesday in April. Assessor Taxes-H. H.
    of Walker Craw-
    .. *. + ;Na.ssrul3d: Tuesday in April. Troy. ford ville. Towns on R. R. Line

    4 a Duvtl, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA.
    ,, j fall Term- Old Town. And Cedar Key.
    I St. JJobn's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes. -David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
    E Clay. 4ih Tuesday in September. New Troy. Clerk-R. R. Shepard.

    +' railfoll, 1st,Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Treasurer Robert Robinson.
    4' Baker lid Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Collector of Relenue-'V. J. Williams.-
    KasiiiUf 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes W. J. Stephens. |IIOffers| to Lessees and Purchasers a large

    : tuvdllst Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Superintendent ofSchooU-David Tinner.

    t '1. b ; I ,' FIFTII CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, POLK. number of the most eligible and desirable

    1 P S )-lng. Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J. Fortner.
    ) '
    ,iI' 4 ,- +t, Sum% i: 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Clerk-S. J. Pearce. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

    ? ;t& Mar' n,; 4th Monday in March. Oollector"of Reenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla Sheriff W.M. Bowen. -
    t:, ruta.a! *, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. City or Suburban Residences, .
    f 11* f ::Marcbj Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome;Tallahas. Collector of Rerenue-J. D.:Filles. +r Y I IStO

    .' ll ; '!l li lr c Levy f 4th' Tuesday after, 4th.Monday, inMarch. see. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Johnson. UPON EASY ;TERMS.

    + ,;; LEVY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-'P.'R.'McCrary.BADE. .
    : '': Alachua! 4th Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson., Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ;
    i, ,March! Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. 2 1----
    '.' u4 Tiflrn+rSumten Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge Allen E. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
    r ,lt 1st Monday in October. Collector of ,Revenue-B. B. Barco, Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner.
    ;: } 1 Marirml 3d Monday in October. Key. Sheriff Wai.; M. Mattaur. rial
    who will erect the
    l ;rk ,L= = Puti! ;atrt. 3d Tuesday in November. I Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden. Treasurer-J. Wm. Ewan. prop
    # : I| Revy, 4h Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Rel.'enue-'Vrn. H. Benest. substantial _
    :., "; .Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday inN MADISON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest. erty purchased improvementsfor

    : 'emhet.
    County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- JACKSON. residence,. or. in which to conduct their
    ,,,,, .. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. ,
    ; & Jjji-ing'Term- son. County Judge-George Baltzell. '
    Orange ,4th Monday: January.Voliisia Sheriff-S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business. RTIGULAf\\.
    f, 3d Monday. in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison r Sheriff Andrew Scott.: O PI"
    ; ;. : Brevard,1st :\ in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel. J. Perry,', Treasurer-James E. Heam. INDUCEMENTS MANUFACTUR: P .. I" NEVER
    Dade Monday in Madison." Collector of Ret'enue-John Anderson. .dflJ EV'L OUTor ORDER.
    ( April.
    t alb Terra- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. Wynn. ERS, by exemption.for,a term of years from c)\\ No EQUA

    Orange',:2d Monday in August:. Collector ,of Revenue E.; D. Wadsworth, Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Erwin. - -\ftfjf
    k Madison. taxation: offered by the several cities and
    1 '. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. FRANKLIN.Countg NEW G
    Assessor Taxes
    of W. P. Thompson Mad 'I
    id nrevard:4thIonday\ in ,
    Et f September. s>
    ison. Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to
    G .
    h ; Dade, Monday November..
    i Sheriff-S. A. Floyd. Fernandina.
    f ,1 to. ,j County Officers. C'lerlo-Robert County Judge-Z.S. Griffith T. Crawford'Manatee., Manatee. Treaurer-R. H. Porter. ,., .. :. Office, con.Beach &ithsts. o'tAG'O ILL.. o MASS.ANi' P \.AN14 GA.JAMES .

    I ALACHUA. Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine Level. Collector of Rereitne-George A. Patton.
    t Assessor Taxes Assessor,of Taxes-Y. J. Egbert. .. ._ .... rOR SALE: BY
    Junius Gaines- W. F.
    ,, County Judge C. Gardner of Parrish'Bradentown. .'" : '' if;!" r..n., "f,
    Schools :
    viile. Superintendent of -Henry C. Hicks. ..<: 'ff't, : -

    E S' ,, 1 Clerk-'J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, GADSDEN. '.;.._." .- ''!'o,'' '" ', -;t.; "_, ,"'I,<'., :,'!\,_,.'';, ,_,:.,' f',_ '.,{.,' ';.'.' : JIcGIFFIN,

    f' Sheriff( S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash. Countg Judge:-J4 R. Hams. ,"_ "" '- _,.,_ .!. .". .,. ,,--0 s. AND BUILDER,
    Assessor of Taxes-S. II. W en'ges. Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix: J.Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves. .,. CONTRACTOR

    t' tille.Collector. Pine Level. Sheriff Thomas Mitchell. ;7 ::1 '_!_, l Alachua Third
    ,' '.- Street, between'Second and ,
    : of Revenue: II.C. Denton, Gaines. MARION COUNTY. Treasurer-A. M. Smith. r ,t--

    1 ville.1 County Judge Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala: Collector of R t'enue-n.M. Morgan. ,..-. -- : ,,'""."'Jr'__.,."e.: ';:' ,. ,'., f( ,:rf. ,- FERNANDINA, FLA.
    H' Schools ,'. '
    pfrintetidcnt of W. N. Sheets .
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    I.. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : 'NOVEMBER :'15," '1884.> :_
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    ioN'. NOTICE. District No. 7-The precinct is establishedat DRUGS MEDICINES ETC. ,'
    It EGISTR.tT School House No. 7; in the town of King's GOING NOKTH.Day ST. MARK'S BRANCH. : '

    TIO BOOKS of the Ferry, on the St. Marys river. Paz Nt Paz (TALLAHASSEE :
    ST. MARK'S.

    T IIE several REGSTli! 1 District!of of said Nassau disnnty District No. 8-The precinct is establishedat E E8TA.35X.ISHEI. 1875. Leave:>.Cedar: Key_.................. AMPM 7.35 7.50. Leave Tallahassee.................... ... 8.00) am'
    will be (+pened 1 i ill' each 11th 1884 and- the turpentine still at John D.Jones', sit- -- ,Leave Rosewood-.................. 8.07 8:30: 'irr.e.'Vaknlla.! ............................ 9.05 sln1
    <,! on turav, October and, Sat- uated i.i township 3 north, range 23 east. Leave Otter Creek..,....:;........ 8.38 9.12 's-......... 9.30 a m
    tricUu! opened on each Wednesday District No. 9-The precinct is establishedat : Leave Bronson.;......;. ........... 9.15 10.00 :Leave StMark's.10.Wa.n1

    thereafter.until Friday the o'clock 24th day School House No. 5, located in the town- DRUGSandMEDICINES: Leave Archer........................ 9.45 10.35! Arrive TV akulla-'..:.......................10..l..J:: am
    te.a. month, inclusive. and; from 9 such other a. of Callahan, on the Transit Railroad. A Leave Palmer........................iQ.Ol 10.54 Arrive Tallahassee,.. a ro
    o eto o'clock.p. P- ni" on District No. 10-The precinct is established Leave Arredondo....,.............10.15 11.11
    Ill. ; the registratIon, officers may the deem at Mr. L. W. Higginbothora's situated I Leave Gainesville............. ...10.40 1L36Arrive
    days hch (-en said dates> for purposeof in section 22, township 4 north, range HORSEY & CO. A. M. CONNECTIONS.At '

    II registeringa11i9ualified unregistered 24 east. Waldo 1 ....... .. ............11.23 12.30 Jacksonville with
    in said districts District No. 11-The precinct is establishedat ,Leave Waldo....................,...11.35 2:00: all points North and, East Waycross Line for
    electors The law Tequires that electors shall regis- School House No.. 28, located on land I Leave,Thurston......;.'....'..:.:....11.50 .2.30 dina! & Jacksonville Short Line with the Fernan-
    sane the district I n iMiicli they reside: and deeded by George W. Bryce to, the Board of =1 PHARMACISTS 1 L P''M' dina ;' and with Steamers for all for Fernan-

    other. I Public Instruction for school purposes, situ- Leave Starke. ......................12.30 2.47 the St. Johns River St. points on
    in no the jtlputy registration offi- ated in section 30, township 1 south, range Leave Temple's; ...................,.12.37 2.57 At Baldwin with, Florida Augustine Transit, etc.

    TbtSsfrS, which are appointof Soundni 24 east. JOHN EDWARDS, Centre Street Leave Lawtey.._....................12.58 3.23 Division for Gainesville & Peninsular -
    ors and the Ocala Fer-
    the place Clerk Circuit Court. Leave Highland.................. ; 1.14 3.45 nandina, Cedar Key and all Gulf
    e,1 : Ports.
    .arics of the IS t rict s as follows: Fernandina, Fla., October 1, 1884. Leave Maxville.............?.......' 1.34 4:15: At Live Oak, with the. Savannah Florida
    'rl I FERXANDIJVA, FLORIDA, ,Arrive Baldwin ..................... 2.00 4.50 &Western Railroad., ,
    Place of t Nameof, ::5 In. the Circuit Court, Fourth Ju Leave, Baldwin..................... 2.05 ;5.40 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
    Hc"istering Officer. dicial Circuit, in and for the KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch....;...... 2.25 6.00 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
    Pegistration .t ? County 'oi Nassau, Florida, of FRESH and PURE FOR-' Leave'Dutton....;...............;... 2.40 6.15 urdays.At .
    ----- EIGN and DOMESTIC Arrive Callahan..................:.. 3.10 6.50 .Cbattahoochee River, with the Pensa-

    office.......... J; A.Ed"'ards.: ........ 1ttnelit. Josiah II.vs.: Prescott* ]1 I notice of ;Leave Callahan.................._. 3.18 7.10 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
    Clcr k'S Scott............. 2 .Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 sacola, Mobile, :Montgomery, New Orleans
    ....... ....,...... 't' F John H. Boynton doing bus- { Attachment.iness Drugs and Chemicals : ,
    Itesldcllce.-: h-uJore S. NeIll..... 3 under the name and f Amount Arrive Fernandina................ 4.38 8.40 Louisville, and all points 'Vest Southwest,

    O'\eWs House o.14"). Xl 1'riest;................ 4 style' of John Boynton's' I Sworn'to and Patent 9"Day Passenger daily except Sunday; and Northwest,, and with all bo'ats for Apalachicola -
    School r.oad...:. ...... 11.1v. Farmer........ 5 Son. J $1,000. Homoeopathic Medicines, Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Columbus and Eufaula. ,i"
    Hart's : ._......... 0 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route Wall
    gesidenceLOn'ens.. ..... Jl'1JtHigry 7 THE above' named defendant, John H. Proprietary and Fancy Goods, points 'Vest.Through .
    Kings Ferlj-...,........: G o. 1V. Ho ges...... 8 )' of the City of New York, do- DIVISION. Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
    Doulogne....... ...... S nIl1rl.T ones.......... 9 ing business 'under the name and style of FINE TOILET ARTICLES, (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND L ESBURG.) secured at Company's Depot Ticket" Office,
    Callahan John Son is notified 'and
    Boynton's hereby to at
    ;:...... L,11'.Iii: gh botham 10 GOING SOUTH. new office southwest corner of Bay
    JIjginbothamts.! iah A. Hicks........ 11 enter his appearance in and to the above en- PERFUMERY: Day Pas.'Nt Pas. and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
    Dr titled attachment suit commenced against A. o. MACDONELL,
    -BOUNDARIES-- OF: ELECTION DIS- him in said court by Josiah H. Prescott. Leave Waldo..300 P.M. 12.40,A.M. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,.

    TRICfS Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in IN GREAT VARIETY.! Leave Dixie.....................:'I.: .. 3.21 1.10: Fernandina,'Fla.
    So. .-Includes' all that portion of January, 1885 and to plead or demur to the Leave Hawthorne............. ...- 3.37 1.33 C. MAXWELL,
    District Islandhynig north. of township line: declaration filed therein on or before the Leave Lochloosa................... 3.57 2.03 :Master of Transportation,
    Amelia two, : at first Monday in February, 1885, or judgmentwill .ftiJ"'' PI1).sicians'rescriptions Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 Baldwin, Fla.

    Ocean number and running commencing a :'" township line. be entered against him H. by BAKER d fault. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.3G. 2.52 ,D..General MAXWELL: ,
    two tbtf Transit Railroad is J. Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08 Superintendent,
    reached number, untIl 0 n'?;tie.line of.the railroad Attorney for Plaintiff above suit. reasonable prices. Leave Silver Spring...........:... 5.31 3.35 Fernandina, Fla.

    drawbridge i over Amelia river. J. A. EDWARDS, 'Clerk Circuit Court. Leave Ocala.........................- 5.45 4.00
    to Fernandina, Fla., September 6,1884-3m Leave Lake Weir Station. Savannah Florida and
    in. lade that portion of ... 6.25 4.50 Western ,
    District So.\ 5>-:0 of the southern.meha In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Arrive Oxford....................... 6.42 5.09 -i

    ..\. .41 lying if Distr futh ct X o. 1.District Master's Sale. Circuit, Nassau County, Leave Wildwood................... ,7.00 5.30 RAILWAY.WAYCROSSlTHORT.
    b oundar.linc ) UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Florida. Arrive Leesburg.................... 7.33 6.10
    So. J-To Ameliariver rendered in the'Circuit Courtof LINE.All .
    at the mouth oi Clark's or O'Neill'screek the. Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, JANE M. MOORE: GOING NORTH.
    Clan's" or O'Neill's creekto vs. }[ DIVORCE. A.M. P.M. trains of this road are run by Central
    ; thence Railroaa up ; thence westerly by1 Nassau County, on the 4th day of September BERNIAII :MOORE., J Leave Leesburg..................... 6.50 6.00 ((90th) Meridian time, which is 33 minutes ;
    the Transit ; A. D. 1883 by W. B. Young, Esq. ref-
    creek thence down Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00 slower than Jacksonville time.
    the railroad to Loftoil ; eree, in the suit of D. M. Hammond vs. APPEARING, FROM AFFIDAVITfiled Leave ........ ;
    thence down Oxford ................ 7.33 7.17
    Nassau river to Amelia river; Thos. J. Wharton, for foreclosure of mortgage that Berniah Moore, the defendant,
    Leave Lake Weir Station........
    Lofton creek to Xas a;. river; thence north I will, as Special Master named in resides beyond the limits of the State of Leave Ocala 7.49 7.40 ON and after Sunday, July 13, 1884, Pas-
    by Amelia river to plajeof, beginning.Distrktco. said decree offer for sale to the highest bid- Florida, so that ordinary process cannot be 8.30 8.42 Trains will leave and arrive as
    Leave Silver Spring............... 8.47 follows:
    : 4-To commence" where the der, before the Court-House door in Fernan- served upon him; now, therefore, it is or- Leave Anthony Place............. 9.15 9.28
    railroad crosses I/ft I Lofton creek to McQm en's swamp; thence being the third day of said month, betweenthe charged in complainant's bill complaint, Leave Orange Lake................. 9.40 10.08 Leave Jacksonville daily at-. 7:25 a m
    , up McQueen': 's swamp o the Waterman Old legal hours of sale ,on said day, all the filed in above stated cause, on the first :Monday Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.02 10.45 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 8:00 p'm
    Field; thencefollowhv the public wagon estate, title, and interest which Thomas J. in October next. Leave Hawthorne.10.23 11.15 Arrive at Callaahn daily at. 8:03 a m

    road to Port Henry on the St. Marys river toAmelia Wharton had on the 28th day_of April, A. JAMES M. BAKER, Judge. Leave Dixie...........................10.40. 11.35A. Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 9:45 a m
    river; t I the Amelia river D. 1877, in and to lot No. ((9)) nine, in Block June 20th, 1884. 31-3m 1\1. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m

    to the mouth of lenct.k. or O'Neill's creek; :No. Twenty-five ((25)), in the City of Fernan- I Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive! at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:25 p m.
    thence by the line ct' Clark's or O'Neill's dina, Nassau County, Florida., I Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52: p m
    creek to the railroad !laCl.lce by the line of Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.J. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. S5-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; Arrive at Pensacola daily at.11:45 a m

    railroad to place of beginning.District ; A. ELLERMANN, Night Passenger daily. Arrive Mobile: daily 4:10 a m

    So. 5-To commence where the Special':Master GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:45 a m
    Fernandina Fla. 1884. 45-td
    railroad crones Loft 'n creek where Mc Sept. 29., Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
    Queen's swamp intersects Lofton creek; Inland Steamboat Co. (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
    thence McQueen's':: to the ford ofMr. Sheriff's Sale. GOING SOUTH. Mobile New "
    lligginbotham'sIplace thence in Leave Fernandina....................... 7.30 a. m. cola Orleans Texas all trans-
    southwesterly direction following; the old a UNDER and by'\'irtue; an execution Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. Mississippi: points. Possengers for Bruns-
    public road toilJosigy thence down out of the Circuit Court, Fourth NO 'HEAT'!-N DUST! Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 9.10a.m. wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia
    : [wamp; Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County, B. & W. R. R. at 12.45 p. m.
    iVipgy\ \ ttvcauYpta'Xushi'.uT'ivcr> : ; thence down in a suit in salt Court, determined wherein -BUT- GOING NORTH. Pullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars on this
    Nassau river to the inc uth of Lofton creek ; Theo. Starbuck is plaintiff and Henry Ho- A Sail the Picturesque Leave Jackson vil1e-. 5.00p.m. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile
    thence up Lofton creek to the place of be- bein defendant, I have levied upon and will Delightful Along Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.04p.m. and New Orleans
    ginning. .' sell at public auction in front of the Courthouse Sea Islands. Arrive Fernandina..................... 6.40p.m. .
    District No. }-To commence at Port Henry in the ciiy of Fernandina, on Monday ;53-Trains daily except Sunday. FAST MAIL.

    on the St. Mary;\ river; thence up the the' 1st day of December, 1884 during the SUNDAY EXCURSION Leave Jacksonville daily at.. 2:30 p m ,
    St. Marys river mouth of Little St. legal hours of sale the south half of Lot 3 B-A PERFECT' DAYLIGHT' SERVICE 11 A.M. P. 1\1. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 p m i

    Iarrs river; thence liP+ the Little St MarJ's of the south-west quarter of section twenty- -- Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Callahan daily 3:10 p m
    river to the public nad known as the Old four-((24)), Township two ((2)), North, Rangetwentjreight THE ,STEAMER Arrive Fernandina..10.30 8.20 Arrive at Waycross daily at........... 5:05 p m
    Kin"'s road; thence by the Kings road to ((28)) East containing twenty- Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 Arrive at Jesup daily 6:35: p m
    the point where it chases Boggy swamp ; eight acres more or less. Levied upon as the ev..vr Arrive Jacksonville................ 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Savannah daily at......... "8:17 p m
    thence down Uopsy itfamp: to the old ford property of Henry Hobein. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 1:45 a m
    near Mr. Peter Gran* place; thence following Terms cash purchaser paying for title. Arrive at Washington,D.C.daily at 11:00 p m
    rt CONNECTIONS. Arrive at New York at......... 6:30
    : the public road in a northwesterly J. A. ELLERMANN, Sheriff. 1 : daily a m
    direction to the ford tin IcQueen's Fernandina Fla. October 30th 1884tdIn
    swamp ; Connecting at Savannah with Through
    thence down AT FERNANDINA, FLA., ,
    IcQI1icn's swamp to Water-' Buffet and Room
    Pullman Palace Drawing
    coatis Old Field + Witli New York and Fernandina Steam-
    : tht nce by the public road New York with-
    Cars Savannah to
    Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Sleeping ,
    to Port Iienry, the pjace of beginning. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
    District Xo. 7-To Circuit,:Nassau County, Fla. ST. NICHOLASEAVES for New York on Thursday. out change.
    commence at the montliT Sea Island Route from and to Savannah JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.
    of the Little St. Lettie Miller With -
    : I St. Marys met-; t.)river the old; thence up the vs. 1 Notice of T FERNANDINA'EVERY MONday and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Leave'Jackbonuille daily at.. 5:20 p m

    ( King's road John II. Boynton, doing busattachment.. I 1 and Friday mornings. CALLAHAN.To Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 7:32 a m
    oncIcadnistocaiiipPinkney? '
    ) ; by foot of
    old King's road !|to Camp mess under the name and Amount Returning, leaves SAVANNAH and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Callahan daily 6:15 p m
    the St. Jlarys rived f thence down Pinkney the, on style of John Boynton's sworn to$400 Lincoln street, every Sunday and Thursday I and all points North and West, daily.AT Arrive at Waycross daily 9:00 p m
    Marys to the mouth) of Little St. Marvs river Son. mornings, at 8:30 o'clock, standard time. BALDWIN, FLA., Arrive at Brunswick daily at. 6:15 am !
    the place above named defendant John H. and from Jacksonville Tallahassee Leave Gainesville daily 5.40 p m I
    beginning For and Special Excursion TicketsTO To ,
    THE Regular Leave Newnansville daily at......... 6:20 p m
    District of the of New York doing South "West and Northwest
    No. S-To commence at City and all points ,
    ; Camp Leave New Branford daily at........ 7:50 pm.
    Pinkney, the business under the name and style of -
    on St. daily.
    Marys river thence
    ; by Leave Live Oak daily at.. 9.15 p m
    the old Kin/'s/ road; to the John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to AT HAWTHORNE
    point where thetKiUVrai Points in Florida, Cuba, Mexico, Arrive at DuPont daily at..11:30 a m
    ]lea\' it thence enter his appearance in and to the above To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
    ; ; following Arrive! at Albany daily .. 2:25 a m
    trail to Cation's; ; thence westerly entitled attachment suit commenced against apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jesup daily at.11:05 p m
    by the public road to Stokes' Ferry, on him by Lettie Miller, on or before and Bryan streets, Savannah. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive Macon: daily! 7:00 am
    the St.river? river. thence down the St. the first Monday in ; 1885, and to Brunswick passengers either way will be Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Atlanta daily at..12:35 p m

    Marys to the piic6 of beginning. plead or demur to' the declaration. filed in transferred at St. Simons by Steamer Ruby. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Chattanooga daily at...... 8:00 p m
    ofKTo $ramence at the mouth said cause .on or before the first Monday: in Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Arrive at Nashville daily at-. 1:25 a m
    ; on Nassau river; following February, 1885. or judgment by default will val will be at risk of consignee.F. West and Havana, every Saturday ; for New Arrive at Louisville daily 7:10 a m
    Boggy creek to be entered against W. SIMMONS, Agent, .......
    theford of King's road you.H. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Arrive at Cincinnatti 7:00 a m
    hence north bv the -j g'S road to Alacbua J. BAKER, Fernandina, Fla.C. Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Arrive Chicago daily 6:10 p m
    trail: thence I li>y the achua trail to the Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.J. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, every Saturday. Arrive at St.Louis daily 6:20 pm t

    range line No 23It; ence following the A. EDWARDS, Clerk Circuit Court. Savannah, Ga. With Tampa Steamship Company's- Steamers Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:15 a 111
    range line south of the base line the Fernandina, Fla., September 6. 1884. J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager for and from Key West, Monday and Arrive at Augusta daily at.12:20 p m

    the boundary line Qf Dural county; thence by FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER! Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Arrive at Charleston: daily at..12:40 p m t
    dividing lire bet"een Duval and Nassau and Friday. Arrive at Washington daily at.1025 am.1
    counties tot the m nth of Boggy creek RAILROADS.TIME routes rates Arrive at New York daily at......... 5:30 p m ,
    For information
    the respecting ,
    place FOR SALE CHEAP
    of : ..... 6:45
    beginnirig Arrive at Thomasville daily at. a m
    General Ticket Office Fernan-
    } etc., apply to ,
    District Xo. 1 Tu CARD Arrive at Albany daily at..11:30 a m ,
    commence at Stokes' AND SLABS, dina, or to the Company's offices in Jack-
    Ferry, on the St: )iarys: river thence EDGINGS 10 cents per load. OF THE sonville.FLORAL. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:57 am"
    public road,to Alaciua ; by Arrive at New Orleans daily at...... 9:45 am"
    the \lacbua trail ; trail; thence by ROUGH LUMBER, FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COMPANY. Arrive at NWhvil1edailyaL.! ......... 8:10 a m

    thence south by rade\0 range line No.line No. 23; From $5 to $16 per M ft., CITY ROUTE. Arrive at Louisville daily at.......... 3:00 p m
    line; thence by.base line to 23 to base according to quality. In Effect July 13th, 1884. Arrive at Cincinnati daily at......... 7:25 p m
    thence by Dct'1 crett: thence Crosbey's bay; DRESSED LUMBER, CENTRAL & WESTERN DIVISION. Arrive at St. Louis daily at............ 7:50 a ra
    : down
    creek to the mGuth, Deep $12 to $20, per M. feet. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. (JACKSONVILLE TO, CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Chicago daily 7:00 a m ,',
    \0. Pullman Hotel and Sleeping on
    : consist of all that portionofthecount'ysot Orders by Telephone promptly attended,to ,No. 1. No. 3.
    ,thofthelinecommencIngat (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Accom. Mail. Train to Cincinnati via Waycross. '
    the mouth of Deep creek WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, GOING SOUTH. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on this i
    Said ; thence by' Leave Jacksonville.... 8.30am 5.55pm
    thence creek to qmsbey's bay to the base line; ,Steam Saw aId Planing Mill. Day Pas. M Pas. Arrive Baldwin ............' 9.11 am 8.03 p m Train to Chattanooga via Jesup.Cars Gainesville
    by the Office foot Centre Pullman Palace Sleeping
    ;; base !line to the Street. 8 A.M. P.M. .. 7.45
    between dividing line Leave Baldwin...... .. 9.15am pm
    The Nassau and Duval counties. Leave Fernandina...............10.05 4.38 Lake City........10.43 am 11.04 p m to Pullman Savannah.Palace Buffet and Drawingroom i

    at Voting precinct; of No. l is established Leave Hart's Road Junction..l0.35 5.12 Live Oak............11.35am '1.30pm this Train Washington.
    the courthouse 10 iFernandma. PATENTSit Arrive Callahan...................:11.20 6.14 Madison ............ 1.07pm 3.45am Sleeping Cars on Cars Jackson-
    hsl1'd The precinctlof Uistrict No. 2 is est b- Leave Callahan.....................11.30 6.30 Monticello ......... .1.40pm 5.30am Pullman Savannah.Palace Sleeping ":
    '; at Amelia settlement formerly J. it CO.,of the ScTEjmrro. AMERICAN continne Leave Dutton................. ....11.57 7.05P. Arrive Tallahassee........ 3.26 p m 8.14 a m ville A to Restaurant has been opened at Way- i
    I.Vau hnn's place situated m sectlonInstrctio 15 Marks to, act as Solicitors for..Patents Caveats grade H. Leave Tallahassee........ 3.33 p m 8.40 a m and abundant time will be allowedfor
    p_ north, ra'lge 28 east. England CoprrUhts France Germany.for the etc.United Hand States Book, [
    District No.3.Tlleprecinctisestablished faints sent free. Thtrt' 'experience. Arrive Bald win....................12.30 7.45 Arrive Chatta. River..... 5.45 p m 12.23 a m by at Jesup passenger with E. T., Va. & Ga. ;;'.
    MUNNy& Connects
    at School House No. In Patents obtained through CO.are noticed ,Leave Baldwin....................12.35 8.30 ;
    deeded by W F 'YoQd to 20 the, located Board on land most 6.8.Widell??* circulated.1"0.AMKBICAN.scientific. the paper.largest ii2U best a year.,and Leave Maxville.................... '1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No.. No. 4. for Connecting Savannah with steamers for

    for bool of Public w eetly. Splendid engraTinfirs and interesting in- Leave Highland..................... 1.22 9.27 Mail.LeaveChatt'chee.River.l0.30 Boston and Balti-
    s Accom.
    ; formation. York Philadelphia /
    Specimen New ,
    of the .
    in section 37, township purposes 2 north and located ican aent tree. Address copy MUNN Scientific A CO 8CIUTInC Amen Leave Lawtey.....................- 1.37 9.47 am 1.30 p m ,.

    2G east. range AxDICAX Office 2G1 Broadway New pork.: Leave Temple's...................... 1.55 10.16 Quincy ...........11.52 a m 3.15 p m more.Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor
    District No 4-i.Tb precinctis Leave Starke......................... 2.20 10.25 Arrive Tallahassee12.55- p m 4.50 p.m New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. ;
    tSchol House0. established MERCHANT, TAILOR.R. Thurston................... 2.32 10.44
    111 12, at Coneville located Leave Leave Tallahassee ...... 1.05 p m 5.20 p m Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
    section 43, east. Arrive Waldo....................... 2.52 11.16 Monticello........-. 1.40pm 6.30 pra and Steamship connections, and Baggage

    District No. 5,8 G. McQUITTYHas A.M. *' Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55pm Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths :
    d t School Hous No.precinct, is established Leave Waldo........................ 3.00 1.00 u Live Oak............ 5.02pm 12.10am and sections secured at Company's office In
    reeded b). S.A. wann'to- located on land removed his business to the rooms over Leave Gainesville................. 3.45 2.10 Lake City.......... ,6.04pm 2.30am Building, 84 Bay street, and at Depot J JAstor's .
    Instruction r.r school the Board of Pub- the New York Bakery, on Centre street Leave Arredondo.................. 4.03 2.36 Arrive Baldwin............ 7.39pm 5.38am Ticket Office, and on board Peoples
    In 10t2.section id townsmp purposes 2 located He has received an assortment of seasonable Leave Palmer........ ............... 4.16 2.45 Leave Baldwin............ 7.43 p m 6.20 a m Line Steamers H. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE .
    2Geast. north, range goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto Leave Archer.-: 4.30 3.17 ArriveJacksonville.......' 8.25 pm 7.36 am and JE."iNIE LANE. .
    District X0 -The make them up to suit. 'all tastes in the Leave Bronson....................... 5.00 4.00 3 and 4 will JAS. L. TAYLOR, .
    at the residence precinct is established best style. Leave Otter Creek................. 5.37 4.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains General Passenger Agent.A. .

    In section 7, township J:of north John Owens _Repairing neatly done. Leave Rosewood.................- 6.10 5.M not run west' of Tallahassee Sundays, but M. IVES, Agent. I
    ,range 26 east. Fernandina, Fla., July,12, 1884. Arrive Cedar Key................. 6.40 6.10 will run Mondays.



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    : '.:THE/ FLORIDA, MIRROR' : NOVEMBER '15, 1884.'r' ..' ::
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    ,*rh'" 'al M a : ::THE FLORIDA MIRROR. .Fernandina'8 Celebration.THE Range of Thermometer :Sale of 'Railroad' Lands. -, '

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    :fg.OOA YEAR; $1.00.FOR. SIX MONTHS, ITS TARDINESS. Saturday, Nov. 8...7A.M...&i 12 72 M. 3P.M.71 6P.M.68 WIND.N.E. ON NOVEMBER 26th 1884
    The election of Grover Cleveland to the Sunday, 9_. 65 75 73 71 N. W. ,

    I 1. Reflection Presidency of the. United. States can no Monday, 10..673 '72 70 N. W.
    l j Tuesday: U U.-66 72 72 71 N.W.Wednesday LANDS, INCLUDING THOSE
    } !'t a longer be disputed, having been definitely ,". '12..65 74 73 71 N.W. ALL anted by the State and belonging to
    ti. Thursday 13......64 73 72 70 N.E.
    : JMr. Stark has received his Christmas settled by the official canvass by counties in Two
    j : Friday, U 14_...65 72 72 70 N.E.
    i ;, i goods. the State of New York. The whole country The Florida Railway Navigation Comp'y,

    u : :; !All the steamships are leaving this port. has rejoiced at this glorious news, ,and MARINE. (formerly the' Atlantic, Gulf &; West India of acres of Farming,

    %1 '' I n'ow' fully laden. already numerous demonstrations of public Port Fernandina. Transit Railroad Company), will be offeredfor Timber and
    L'i 1 approval have been held everywhere. In of sale. Grazing

    The boys will kalsomme the municipality order to commemorate this eventful result, HIGH WATEB. This sale will cover lands as far south and situated in 29
    rt ; 4 carmine Monday night.. Saturday NovemberlS...... 6:17 A.M. 6:36 P. M. the last tier of Sections in Town-
    -- 1 ;, \ Cleveland and Perry Club. No. 1 has desig- Sunday, "- 16...... 7:02" 7:18" including comprising the lands
    ,, i r .'Mrs.,Dr. Snyder returned from New York nated Monday next the 17th 'as the Monday, 17...... 7:41": 7:57" ship 25.The .
    Office for the sale of the lands above
    Tuesday 18...... 8:18" 8:31" Sir Edward :
    > .'t* 1 on the steamship San Antunio this week. for a universal joyful demonstration of all ", Wednesday, Ie 19..... fS:55" 9:11 referred to will be located in a Car on a side J.

    44 .t|i Sixty cars of freight were received here citizens. The celebration will begin with a Thursday, "" 20_.... 9:33: "" 9:48 "" track of the Railroad, twelve miles south of the State of Florida
    Friday, 21..10:10 1056:
    Panasoffkee.The .
    s '' : Wednesday morning for the New York and salute of 100 guns, which will be fired at ENTEBED. sale will continue for TEN DAYS, are now offered at

    .1'I, Boston steamships. 4:30 p. in. The Club will meet at 7 o'clock, Steam-packet Thomas Collyer, ''Dennette,- from commencing on the day named; after which prices. These lands
    IDr. J. A. Griffin, of Jacksonville, the at its rooms and form in torch light Brunswick daily. with freight and pas- commencing: on the 8th day of December,
    to F.1% Simmons agent.
    '.' oldest! druggist of that enterprising city, procession, parading city, in which all Nov.Steamship sengers San Antonio, Wilder, from the sale,will be resumed- bv- the Company at lected by Hon. Hugh

    ,x o t th :" died on Thursday last. citizens'are invited to participate. All R.New W.York Southwick; freight, agent.and passengers, to its Office, ley, late '

    ;:. patriotic residents are requested to illum- ", Steamship Lorenzo D.Baker,Wiley,from No. 108 West Jacksonville.All State
    r ;Henry Gage, an old resident of Old Boston; freight and passengers,to Fred Bay Street Land Office,
    ; TJown, died at his home on Monday last, in ,minate their private dwellings and busi- W. Hoyt &Co. M. A. Williams
    14 lo-Bteamshfp'City of Monticello, McKee, communications in relation to sales late
    houses in honor of the
    ; ness occasion.
    rs;;a: the 55th year of his age. from Charleston: freight and passen- should be addressed to, sale of State lands
    While the Democracy of this city naturally gers for St. John's Rjver landings. \
    thousand boxes of Florida .
    Three oranges S. I. WAILES,
    13-Steamship City of Palatka Vogel, from
    j' : feel proud of the victorieswon is of
    'Y were destroyed by the fire on the Steamship glorious Charleston; freight and passengers for Land Commissioner, a guaranty
    :1 in the State and National elections St. John's River landings.
    ;. Ndcoochee, of the Ocean Steamship Line, 8-Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from quality.
    this'week. we assure our fellow citizens who may be Savannah; freight and passengers, to the Reed Purchase
    opposed to us politically, that nothing will F. W. Simmons, agent. as
    l' No. 21 of the Florida Railway &; 8" ,Steam-packet Everglade, Joiner, from for sale this
    +1 i Engine be done to offend the sensibilities or feel- Savannah; freight, to Mr. ,Lorimier, ", opened
    '" Navigation Company on Wednesday morning agent. -' .
    ings of anyone. the lands have not
    Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from
    ', c, ; last brought in loaded box cars and 6 Savannah; freight and passengers, to
    4.r ': empty fiats. Change of Schedule. Mr. Lorimier, agent. -GO TO- or picked over. No

    To-morrow, at midnight of 14-Steam-packet Everglade, Joiner, from been reserved in
    ., ,: + i ; We call attention to the sale of lands of a change Savannah; freight, to Mr. Lorimier, any
    ": schedule goes into effect on the Florida agent. .
    I and the whole is
    < the Florida Railway &; Navigation Company I CLEARED. open
    : Railway & Navigation! Company's line, as
    by Commissioner Wailes, at Pana- Steam-Packet Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for Special prices on
    i,"nl53 ..' follows : Brunswick daily with freight and PRESCOTT'SESTABLISHED
    r ;r m soffkee, on the 26th inst. CENTRAL DIVISION. passengers, by F. \Y. Simmons, agent. Timber lands virgin
    Nov.l3-Steamship of San Antonio, Wilder ,
    City ,
    The books for the 1884 have been The day train will leave Fernan- .
    : ; tax year passenger for New York; freight and passengers, bodies of 50,000 acres
    ;; turned over to Mr.W. F.Scott, the Collector 'di na at 10:25: a. m. instead of 10 a.m., -arriving 11 by R. W. Sout Freeman.
    8-Steamship Jesse H. Anderson, wards. Lands sold
    : 'of :Revenue for this county for the collecI at Cedar Key at6:45: p. m. The for Baltimore, freight, by Fred W. HOUSE

    tion of State and taxes. night train leaves at 5:05 Uoyt& Co. or on long time.
    j lr i County passenger : p. m. !" 13-Steamship Lorenzo D. Baker, Wiley, for

    '+ '' ,. : j Mrs. J. McDermott died on Saturday last I instead of 4:35-arriving at Cedar Key at Boston Fred'W.' ; freight Hoyt &and Co. passengers, by -. .:FORSHOES.- The Florida Land and

    r ''i ; ,consumption.. The funeral took placeI I 6:35: the next morning. ." 9-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from

    I, from'the Catholic church on Sunday after- i Going North both the day and night the St. John's for Charleston.River; freight and pas- (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE

    I. | noon.. Rev. Father Killcoin officiating. I passenger trains leave Cedar Key at the Steamship sengers City of nMonticello, McKee .
    same hour as heretofore, 7:35 a. m. from the St.John's River; freight and y
    a t Mr. W. F.Wood, Jr., for many years City passengers for Charleston.
    FEBNANDINA AXD JACKSONVILLE DIVISION. Steam-Packet St. Nicholas, Usina, for
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    : Clerk of Fernandina left last week for
    j Key
    Savannah; freight and passengers, by
    t Trains for Jacksonville arriving week
    t 4t L a I West to spend the winter with his father. :Mr. Lorimier, agent.
    //N i t) i & days will leave here at 10:45: a. m.arrivingat Steam-Packet Everglade, Hazlitt, for Savannah -
    is Mr. Wood will in busi-
    1 It probable engage
    Mr. Lorimier
    ; freight, by ,
    Jacksonville at 12:30: returning, leave
    j j : ness there if the place and climate suit him. ; agent.'
    j ; Jacksonville at 2:30: p. m.-arriving: here at Sseam-Packet St. Nicholas Usina, for

    j 1ii :' The steamer St. Nicholas, while on her 4:15.: On Sundays trains will leave here at Savannah Mr. Lorimier; freight, agent.and passengers, by

    trip from Savannah to this city on Tuesday 7 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.; returning, leave Steam-Packet Everglade, Hazlitt, for Savannah -
    .. ; stove a small hole in her hull Captain Jacksonville ;' freight, 'by Mr. Lorimier,
    at 9:10: a. m. and 6.40 p. m.- agent.

    r. : TJsina beached her on Wednesday arriving here at 10:35: a. m. and 8:05: p. m. Schooner Rover, McLeod, Philadelphia;
    _ it & 'i morning below Read's mill and had the lumber, by Hilliard &Bailey.
    : : SOUTHERN DIVISION. Schooner Lizzie H. Patrick, Meyer, Phil-
    r. damage, repaired. Between Waldo and Leesburg the time is adelphia; lumber, by J. C. Read. -.
    Schooner Kate V. Aitken Brown, New
    \; f Father O'Boyle, who for the past six materially the same as at present, leaving York; lumber, by Mizell!&Bro. .5.

    ", years. has been stationed here, in charge of Waldo for Leesburg at 3:08 p. m. and 12:40: -s' AVE OFFER TO THE TRADE
    NoveltiesIn Jacksonville'c
    the Roman Catholic Church, has been a. m. On the Panasoffkee branch of this /, AND AT RETAIL:.
    Shawls, Nubias and! Jerseys, ;:
    ::' transferred to Fort Dade mission. The division, two trains will be run daily leav- AT PAUL'FUNKE'S. -

    (, :".z" ?j'Rev. Father Killcoin, of. Jacksonville will ing Wildwood for Panasoffkee at 7:35 a. m. ; CORN, OATS, HAY, BRAN,

    fill Father O'Boyle's place. and 7:15: p. m. Northward bound-leave Overeoats'and'Winter ClothingAt .
    I' i cost AT PAUL FUNKE'S. "
    ',1 1. J. Mr; W. Bailey Tucker has accepted the Panasoffkee at 4:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. ,', FLOUR GRITS AND MEAL

    ;,' : local;agencY for the Florida Railway &' Call and See the Great BargainsIn ; ,
    Mrs. Grundy Says:
    Navigation Company at Panasoffkee, the Blankets, at J. & T. KYDD'S. ,
    t That the defeated to be ',"
    sf J mostsouthern; point to which this road is party ate congrat- :: Brick Lime Cement Plaster.A .
    l 'J completed. The many friends of Bailey ulated upon their deportment during the Clam Chowder ,

    i i will regret to learn of his removal from the election excitement; This evening, at
    P4, tf J. FRED LOHMAN'S.Bargains .
    That there was much jollity over the returns -

    I I .:. : a city. even when they were of an adverse in Dress GoodsAt A stock of CHOICE FAMILY
    Mr Robert Sutherland father-in-law of
    ; nature. J. & ,T. KYDD'S. ..; :,P GROCERIES always on hand.
    Mr. R. V. Bristol, died in this city of typhoid That it has at last been ascertained" what Get our prices before buying.
    ; malarial fever on Sunday last. Mr. Blankets and Comforts
    + the wild waves are saying";
    ,a: 1 : Sutherland came here some two years since Below cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S. W.
    1 I j nr'4 That it is Tootle-toot! rub-a-dub, toot, FRED HOYT & CO.
    ( r ud '
    Pictou N. S. He Scotchman
    .: was a bim bum !
    Splendid Stock of Fine ClothingJust
    ; by birth and a strict believer in,the Presbyterian That this is as.nearly as the sounds that received at J. & T. KYDD'S. SECOND ST., ABOVE CENTRE,
    qnr : faith. He in the 70th of
    1 was
    from the beach last be
    ', .f came Sunday can FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
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    1 ,>. .- i; his age at his,demise.The represented ; No Special Day for BargainsAt

    'f' ;; :i- City of San Antonia, of the Mallory That many are quite anxious to learn the J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can get theme .

    9 G I y ,",4y ,J rP." ,' :, r : :-Steamship Line, left for New York on name of the new band organization ; ery day. ,

    ; 4 Thursday evening last with the following That several of our Republicans have beenon A Great Reduction

    :' carg
    ? '; ; M ,.: 121 barrels rosin, 106 barrels spirits, 1,877 That the election seemed to have a depres- AT PAUL FUNKS'S.

    j a .: d packages oranges, 40 empty kegs, 81 kegs sing effect on them ; Miss L. G. Watson

    iri. *. ,.!.r ifi : shrimp, 37 sac cedar, sawdust, 44 packages That the Democratic party expect to introduce Has opened a Select School for young girls

    r ; merchandise, 1 horse. them into a new atmosphere of and children, in the house on Centre street,

    ; 1 1, : '$ ; The Steamship Lorenzo D. Baker, of the Honesty and Reform; corner of Seventh. Terms liberal! Florida Boston and
    :Miss Watson will class in
    t commence a
    Boston & Ferriandina Line, which arrived That it will be good for what ails them" Decorative ,
    1 Painting Embroidery, on
    reek from Boston had other as a party;
    9 1 among Monday October 6th, 1884.
    i I freig t a large quantity of apples, potatoes, That we trust they,will become acclimated References: Rev. 0. P. Thrckara, Mr. S.
    ..-. : i Swann Mr. H. E. Dotterer C. V. DIRECT FRO
    :. v cabblgge during the to follow. Judge
    ,, : etc., all of which was landed in years -
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    e r Hillyer, Major F. A. McWhorter. 45
    ., P r i t fine bndition. Boston being a good market That the Palmetto Fbre works'are aboutto 1
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    rt i for.s'cb goods and the steamers of this resume operations.", C. C. STRATTON & CO., STEAMERS ,.. ,FE RNA
    line especially adapted to carrying them, That garden is becoming plentiful;

    : i mere: Jants of Florida will no doubt not be That' trout fishing is the exciting sport OF MACON, GEORGIA,

    slowlo take the advantages offered. just now. .
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    d 4. f with much pleasure that we notice A Card.EVEEGKEEN Fla., the author-

    'l ? the;increased cotton shipments from thisport. FLA., Nov.11,1884. ized Agents to contract for'the' sale of their

    t, a r All of ,our docks are from time to To the Editor of the Florida :Mirror: STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE LINE ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL
    Learning recently that have BRICK IN ANY' 'QUANTITIES. :
    .,;,, I time,covered with large-quantities of cottondelivered some cen-
    sured me for giving up the office' of Tax
    t a, ., daily by the trains on the Florida Collector several years ago, I desire to state Parties wishing to purchase will get all information FROM BOSTON. FROM

    ,, ( Rail Jay & Navigation Company,,and every thus publicly that no act of my life has been as regards prices from them.

    '(; 't' trip;tle steamships and Savannah steamers with feelings more sincere and conscien- Samples of different qualities and 'styles Vldette-....................Wednesday, October 29. Lorenzo D.Baker_..Wednesday
    i A b tious. Wholly unfit from,affliction, to do can be seen at the office of
    |arryi considerable quantities .of cotton for the work, and unwilling to place the booksin MODE BRO'S, Lorenzo D. Baker, Wednesday, November 5. Vldette..Wednesday,

    r#,: ', Foreign i shipment. There is absolutely''ou the hands of others, ,I decided to resign. 26 Fernandina.THE Vldette................:.Wednesday,.November 12. Lorenzo D. Baker,Wednesday, I
    r why the deep water advantages Thought then, and still think this :was the
    : : available here and which should be increased proper, course. That,any one'at all famil- '- Lorenzo D.:Baker;Wednesday, November 19. Vidette........._..._...Wednesday

    iar with my pecuniary circumstances could ...._......_.
    t t it may not be made use of and purport suppose that I 'would willingly give up an Florida Photographic View Co. Vidette .Wednesday, November 26. Lorenzo D.Baker: ,Wednesday,

    ; .:. .; assume a permanent commercial imjxjrtance. office as remunerative as the collector's was A< -,The Steamer IiOREXZO BAKER, carries Passengers.! !
    '' at that time, seems hardly reasonable and HAVE OPENED APHOTOGRAPH
    between Boston and Fernandina $20, including :Meals: and -
    1 me, simply preposterous.

    } v'' .; i iat i Sunday School at 9:30: a. m. instead of Opposite the Post-Office,
    u ::4t ti.1 3:30 p. m. By a young gentleman, a nicely furnishedroom where they propose to do first-class work

    ,r ,'Su1 jects for to-morrow at the Presbyterian with or without board. One with a having secured the services of'MR. CHAS. BALTIMORE & FLORIDA STEAMSHIP
    ti, tr s( fire-place preferred. Address D. care of
    DEWAAI well known
    r Church : Mirror office. *;;: as a superior Artistin

    .. I 11.a.; m.-The Recent Political Canvass Portratit Photography. The Steamer JESSIE II. FREEMAN, of this Line, is appointed !
    *' Notice to Tax, Payers. Patronage respectfully. solicited.. more October 31st, direct for Fernandina and will make round trips every
    ? r ;' &LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHYalso Steamer will leave Fernandina '
    on Wednesday, November 5th, and every
    ; _" TheTax-Book for 1884 having been'placed .
    _ ., 7 p.i;m. Lessons from the Life of Jerry in hands promptly: attended to. day after that date.
    a; my am now ready receive the
    1 + tI t McAialey. State and County taxes,for the present year. 47 MARSHALL & ,DOBBINS. Bills ''of Lading issued and through rates given between Boston,
    in Alabama
    May be found at my office on Second street, points Mississippi and Louisiana. '
    'The official returns of the election in,New next to Prescott's shoe store, on Wednesdays Warranty 'and Mortgage Deeds. For further information, apply to .

    i r 'Yorfc; ofar, have slightly, increased Clever and Saturdays.when not.on a collect; T INEN PApERr-00 .CTSV PER DOZEN. SEAVERNS '& CO., Ag'ts, FRED' W. HOYT &.

    ., t '', land's vote in! that State' His majority ing tour in the country.- 11 Samples sent, upon receipt .of 2-cent 93 South .Market Street Boston. Second Street,
    f W. F. SCOTT .
    h .. ,: yesterday, ... ,orningi'with; only three counties Collector of Revenue for Nassau Co. AddressFLORIDA,MIRROR J. D. SMALL & CO., Ag'ts, 'E. J.' TRIAYE, Ag't F.

    ri ,to... 'h'ear. from, was 1,254. ...-: Xr f Fernandina. Nov. 15, 1884., 26 Fernandina, Fla. 49 Baltimore. .-
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