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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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November 22, 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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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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\ L. ..--VI. FERNA TDINA, FLA-, SATURDAY, ,:NOVEl\1BER'A'2.: > 188TO ". _. ; -0. 52.- .

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f I'IC; PRESIDENT. partisans who had long preyed on the city. WORTHLESS '>& '
TIlE D OCIC-' He mastered the situation and became OFFICIALS.THE thai:does,not_reach. him,.formally'..accordingtofthe : "We believe that no patriotic'dtizenbyhe: > :-r':

CLEVCLAND A. SEEN BY DORMAN B. known as 'veto mayor.' His fearless way of DEPARTMENT ,FULL OF EOt : DO ., :red,tap,system. everywhere' "ill' ...practice. '' -- .Republican,:.Democrat.Peop1 's, partythanor '.N'N'V; F 4

RO"tR EATON, r JsIDE!, T or THE CIVIL SERVICE dealing with them is shown by the languageof NOT EARN THEIR, B. is .'..drunken'fel'low,.; He may know"' .personally> ; that'<' '}fr.'J ''\-.'; .Prohibitionist\ ,. will, read:the.;;speech) r. -,.' ';,v< ,
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: COMMISSION.N : his vetoes and other public utterances: WASHINGTON, November 14. facia butif Mr. A'sphlof. or : Elaine made akAugusta last '.night_ itb oatthanking ,'f- :
fails to reportfthe=
wl nr ,. November 1G, 1884. both as mayor and as governor. He invaria- death may he expected to be onbl r { God most ferventjyj: for"ttfeTdep 5. *<1
-. \f facttheignorant; ..I J ,tla aense, ti is of ,
presume ,'liverance: the people of tie:United States1/
of the ,
B. Eaton, President bly opposed denounced all mere political honest. It is a time when the trut$.i S4o bespoken -
Dorian F .to exist, mov.e ana.have his from th
Hon ., : being.Au e danger and' ch'sgrace 1' :,
asked by aCivil selfish and schemes if w : of'hayingAsuch'
l ervSce Commission, was partisan approved in ever. Death-bed confessions have so it is aifhe
; ltati\ the Associated Press tolet the most unhesitating manner,the principlesof before now recorded some of"the most important way tliroaghWhat* is, !{demagogue' :'a )(i-i'cendiarY.! fornheir-' .
ripe e I not not known! and it frequently Prescient. It i is the first instance :"" :':',
Cleveland'sDI"'ht m )which .
he thought the Pendleton bill, which is the present facts of history. i is the r. ?
what case that wlmtjs. '
; reported s not Presidential
; not i candidate
would have on the maintainanceelection civil service law, and vetoed a bill whose Department officials have for the last fortyeight ced C ,, maddened' .by de-
greafeniumber: of ,blind personsm'an'bfficial ; feat lci.tri, ,to maculate his ;country with .
Service .1.:1He replied aslliis aim he held was to secure places and patronage hours been facingvrfhrSK1? of things nowhere : .-
1 Civil seiiseUs; to 'be found) ; '
oft 1e :sectional pit.'sinos! in '.
: is a :very delicate questionfollows I for party advancement. In his states- which in a certain sense is'to themjsentepr\: we.underestimate*
lotion to answer. I have manlike veto of the railroad'fare bill, he of death. One_ offi'ciat o3&li treasury said 3t ief f t tlia > '
utstls [ focced
for one in W' >. : 1 :they tri'Jti3nl' f, ; : of'thorth. .
When no pi, J.-whatever! : in the late cam- withstood. threats. prayers and cajolments of he was glad it had come-ir IonlY' the right balances* kept false.accounts-1 -i i. yniiMTnrfcurfca, 'ro'btefrt-Rif '.., ....'.e..;people greetiU witlyfsucbi'scornful ; ;.i

Fa'n. I have not the' least right to assume all manipulators: demagogues and communists thing followed, which woul l'$:te the expul- squandered, and though his practices were anger everywherTlast 'f.. .J; ti..'. ,: _
Cleveland or his of his He made of business sion of a large of the forking .
sneak for Governor. party. a man part force known he was never reported and finally instance well 'f r
tn as as the first, and no ..
Having acted with the RepublicanLtv State Superintendent of Public Instruction including the heads of bureaus ali 1 divi- came to grief through an accident whic'hrE'n4ered future disappointed miscreant will dare defy ;
from its origin I can hardly speak instead of a politician against the combined sions generally. The management of the silence and inaction longer impos- the warning.

without som" l party bus nevertheless I will pressure of the whole army of partisan job comptroller's office, said he,...',js, inefficient. sible.. Then the fellow was permitted to resign "In the civil war one great crime was attempted -
frankly tell/--on) : what I think. We shall bers, but he went far beyond all this: a New and careless, if not corrupt.? Public' business with.honor and a month's extra pay. which honorable belligerents on- :" _

!have an administration absolutely demo York bill very largely in the identical language is never certain of receiving the atten- It never happensif it can be heJpe ,that disagreeable .either side regarded with unanimous horror.: 1
cratic in policy, whether with a member of of the National Civil Service act, but as tion there itshould, and there'is,no certaintythat facts are brought to light. How- : We mean the attempt to inoculate the country -

the cabinet representing those without amended is yet more stringent, had his efficient common business\ prinripies or .even gate had for years the benefit this system with yellow fever. But it pales in
Democratic party would support and received his sig- medium intelligence would be. applied to all 1
whose votes the prompt keeping things:: lovely on the surface. wickedness beside Blaine's attempt to inoculate -
have failed, I will not guess, but the Civil nature. The rapidly growing reform sentiment importent matters. There are, he continued, Barker, whose exposure has so singularly the country with sectional passions

Service act will not,bo repealed whether at of the country has been demandingmore in that office as faithful and competent. men passed into oblivion ,because, was mainly to the healed wounds of the 'rebellion .
I during this generation honesty and administrative as are to be found anywhere,ttnd there are true and
the coming session or courage more was to come, has received no ; to permeate the North with a sense
Governor Cleveland and the statesmen capacity, with less politics in the executive others who could nowhere lse get what attention since Gresham went and he went humiliation from the election of Governor

of his {party would oppose any attemptto places. Governor Cleveland has the distinc- would support them) in the 'Immblest way that the exposure should receive no atten- Cleveland to the Presidency ; to infect.
repeal it. The Republicans as a body tion of being the first man since Washington for the work they did. They' are lazy, inefficient tion. Barker has in his possession the freedom, with a fear of re-enslavement ; to

would resist and the Senate would defeat who has been elected President becausehe and concerned principally... about. diary! kept by an official for a long time inspire white workmen with the dread of
such attempt. The rules will not be abolished possessed these qualities in a preeminent killing! time and drawing their': ':pay. The wherein are recorded the loose and ques- the freedmen's competition in their fields of

; they will be enforced under the new degree. They have advanced him more head slouch v.scattering, wi".Sdy and much tional acts of another official of high rank labor, and to impeach the sincerityl! of the {
President, but .not; I fear, with such enlarging rapidly to the head of the nation than military inclined to sham, and devoted--chiefly to so- and well known to the public, as they occurred allegiance! of'all'Southern white men. No "
breadth of ;.application and such moral glory ever ,did for anyone: of their called reports and opinions, whi h'."" cost the from day to day. It is a very1 red-: rebuke is too severe for this villainous-

support fro'I the party in power as would favorites. To believe that such a man with government tens of thousands dollars. an- letter book and would be awful disclosures, speech, and the; tone of it is aggravated by
have beenjthe: case, certainly had President such a history will come to the National nually and are valueless as,-an authority. indeed. That Barker stole the diary does the fact that it was as- deliberate as it is.
Arthur been re-elected, and probably capital to repudiate pledges and all that is "What are yon reading from?" inquired a not cast a shade on the ''record therein dastardly. Blaine's words are not the un-

had)!Bhiine succeeded. The disinterestedness best of his official life, to betray those who justice of the Supreme Court. made, if they some time see the light,. .premeditated harangue of hot temper. Theyare '
and patriotism of the country is not have most trusted him to make hostile all NOT AN AUTHORITY. whether the Secretary or the President' the studied utterance of cold-blooded
very unequ'ajly, divided between the great Republican journals which now support "From third Lawrence," was the reply. wants itor not. If they did want it one or malignity. Since he cannot rule he would

parties, but.ijn: my opinion my party has a him, to ruin the prospects of his party and "That is not an authority and"' its introduction both of them would call for it. ruin-he would curse his country with jealousy -
much larger part of: intelligent conviction disgrace himself and his country by overturning \ here is an impertinence,'' said the 'jus A NEST OF DEAD-HEADS. and "discord and misery, because he
which has the s far supported the Civil Service the work of reform kindred to that tice. For weeks and weeks'Lawrence. has I Another confession : "In the Agricultural himself is jealous, disco-dant and miser ble. .

Reform. Jlreat-numbers; of persons in upon which his own distinction rests, onlyto taken one, two and three clerks,. from their ; Department the civil service law is systematically But we believe that there is small danger of
the Democra"tii; ranks are so prejudiced and secure a free field for patronage monger- proper duties to the neglect{of vital public set aside and with the knowl- harm from such words as his at this day..

uninformed tu| the 'subject that they will : ing and spoils, system of debauchery. That duties to work on his worthless reports. edge not only of the President, but the We have faith that the evil he would wreak

clamor for rn'jovals:for the sake of patronage. I such an assumption should be made by any Papers are handled or neglected accordingto Civil Service board. Persons are put on the upon his country will be visited on his own,

They ro riot comprehend that party sensible, well-informed man is to me simply the convenience of incompetent, lazy or pay-roll there not only in defiance of the head. If the Republican party does not
which could elect itS, candidate only by the impossible. If I am mistaken in this viewI worthless clerks. Important, papers relating Civil Service law,but without any service unload itself of Blaine after this speech it
aid of Repub55fin; friends of reform has no hope the rules will be utterly overthrown to money or concerns which jR .cald receive being performed. It is a nest of dead-heads. will add damnation to defeat."

chauce if it! fli'nates those friends in the. before the March winds are over. 'If Demo- .critical examination 'are e }J'd gad set go- Money is squandered, right and left. Commissioner The ,World, under the caption "Yal ..
futurevluiitbey are sure to be far: more crats enforce the spoils 'system policy they ing without proper scrutiny. "Wliy do you Lorlng has not been in Washing' !"$lrine":writes. follows.;. ;*". 5", ::v\: /p ,
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numerous adpowe-Jul) than now. They must take the consequences. No true friendof sign so many papers without knowing their ton for months, and a messenger has to be .Blaine organized a serenade for himself --'

still believe fhj old prescriptive spoils system reform would have any part in perfunc- contents?" was asked of an official. "Be kept running to hunt him up for his official Augusta last night, and in response to the
not conipjeheniing that it is doomed have been signature." music of the band delivered
; tory and deceptive enforcement of rules cause they signed by some one a carefully pre-
and caring noe, as jlo many Republicansalso mutilated in essential parts. He would before me and they come in regular routine." Another still : "In an important bureauof pared speech, which may be regarded as his
for a fur< years saturnalia of spoils rather await their certain resurrection four "Does the next man sign because you have the government there is the case of a female solemn valedictory. It was a speech full of

than for all the futu'e' beyond that. A great years hence, over graves of their enemies." signed?" "Yes, I suppose so. He don't know who has not pretended to do a day's cunning malignancy,and it was the doctrineof
struggle over the: reform issue in the Demo- about them any more than I do" was the work for nearly ayear,although she regularly hate intensified as preached by Elaine before -

cratic ranks i ij therefore certain. The states- ORIGIN OF PAINTING THE TOWN frank answer. And so, the paper once draws her pay. The chief of the division in the idea occurred to him that he might.

men of the p'.my, Senators' Bayard, Pendleton RED S started, that may have thousands in it, or which she is presumed to be employed has as candidate for President, obtain a few votes

Lamar; Garland, Carlisle, Randall, How is politics in Harrisburg?" asked may initiate a matter that will cost the never reported her. It would cost him his in the Southern States. In this hour of defeat -

CoxMorrUo.iTuckL'r.: Hewitt, Willis and Billy Welsh, the minstrel manager, of a treasury a vast sum, or may set a precedent head if he did, as many another would lose and humiliation, Blaine resumes his
others, each*)whom has already spokenand Telegraph reporter. equally dangerous and important, or may his were he to interfere with the private arrangement warfare upon the people of the section despised -

voted far the {civil Service act, will "Red hot," answered the repOlter; "both be mischievous in many ways, once set go- of his superior by noticing by the helots of the Republicanparty.
t stand by tha new President in its support. parties have painted the town red." ing for ever so questionable motives, keeps similar scandalous proceedings." There is little that is new in his
But many i nth) I if mocrats, and all demagogues :Mr. Welsh remarked: That's an odd ex- going till it reaches the head, when it receives A high official say : "The time seems to voice from the valley of humiliation. The

spdUmen .nd rabble of the party pression-painting the town red-do you the signatures which, of all others, it be nearing when the truth will come out American people have heard recently about
will be against i it. j'lhe Republicans will know where it originated? Well, I'll tell ought not to receive." Such is the confes- and the wrong righted, not alone in the all that he has to say of the danger of admitting .

stand togefljer for thj act and rules, and you. On my last tour through the country sion of one official facing death. body of the service but in the higher places, the South to full participation in
are anxiously waiting for the Democrats to with Callender's minstrels-a year ago or QUEEN OF THE TREASURY. where large things are done and the treasuryis the affairs of the government, and about all

ruin them,e..ves by their abrogation. The more-I had as advance agent a man named Another said: "Oneof the most important systematically depleted. What means are that he is able to say on the subject of protecting '
President U lead reform element of Campbell.. Campbell was a genius at ad- personages in certain respects is a woman employed to have claims allowed that never our industries. The verdict pronounced .
his party and his high sense of duty, his vertising and never permitted a rival to get generally called the 'Queen of the Treas- should be may never be known, but the against him has been emphatic.He .
courage, hid Ktrcngtl) of character will se ahead of him. One day in Buffalo I said: ury.' How she manages to dominate so amounts in this way abstracted may be. It has been told that he is not wanted. He

cure victory.Then; is no public man in Campbell, I hear that Barlow and Wilsonare many officials no one seems able to say, but will be a sight to view the vouchers. It is has been told that his stories about Southern .

this country who jias a higher sense of covering my bills with their paper; I she does it high and low. She goes and those papers that will tell the tale. Theyare people are slanders, and if he had more
moral obligations or official life, or who is want that stopped.' I told him that he would comes at will, and as a matter of fact does the dry bones that tell of the deeds sensibility and a just shade of personal

more certain: to withstand mere partisanand strike them at Adrian, Michigan, and when not earn the money which is paid to her. committed but kept away from the public. pride he would have quickly subsided when
selfish appeals than Governor Cleve- next I saw him he had huge bundles of bills There is a mystery about the seat of the influence Yes, when the vouchers are reached the the fiat was pronounced against him.
land. This*;is a great clement of power and ready for shipment to Adrian. All were she wields. She is the confident of seals will be broken and the truth come Blaine seems determined, however, to leave

of popularity too, asj'people now feel, and printed in bright red. What are you goingto important personages and frequently if she out." nothing undone to prove that he is entitledto
lest my motives' be misunderstood let me do?' I asked. I am going up to Adrianto were the secretary himself she would hardly There appears to be a general wish to con- the contempt of all true friends of the
add that he lias ne\'ct} done me favor, and paste these bills over Barlow and Wil be more important. People appear to be fess, in the hppl, it may be, that some good republic. His implacable speech may disturb
that I could either| usk nor accept son's and on every dead wall in that place.I afraid of her, for she makes them stand may come to those who do.i it. The election and disquiet the poor negroes of the-

Ms hands. Many ofli ers outside the rules, am going to paint the town red,' and he around and grant her almost any favor. Her has destroyed the round-robin which has so South, but the country will see in it...onhr..
and some vuthin, Afill doubtless be removed left. When we got to Adrian it looked as,if importance to the public business is wholly long held plunderers together. The unde- cowardly rancor of a defeated candidate am1-
for no, very goon reason. But so far it was on fire, so thoroughly had Campbelldone imaginary, and yet the President himself serving will make the civil service their relegate it to the limbo of tin helmets..
as possible Governor I Cleveland. will prevent his work. That expression, paintingthe would find' it difficult to turn her out. It is' place of refuge. It will be the duty of Re- shriveled plumes and other discarded cam.

mere political proscri ton. He cannot attend town red,' was so comic that the colored not certain that she would not be able to formers to take from them that refuge. A paign properties. "

the to evefj; 1 liin g. \Iuch will depend on minstrel caught on to it, and whenever make it hot for him in the White House if civil service law, aimed to accomplish what The Times says : )Ir. Blaine took the occasion -.

members r his Cabinet, and especially there was any excitement or anybody got she understood it. Useless? Why, bless was intended by the framers of this, is of a serenade at Augusta last even-
it on.the Postruaster-Ge,era1. If they are, as particularly loud, they always said some- you, there are scores of others who would needed. The experience of this year has ing, intended as a personal compliment by
is charge, ,. slime, officers; who have used body was painting the town red. Of courseit never be missed. There is not in the land a thrown all the light needed on how to his townsmen to deliver the most bitter and '
their influence; to enforce t assessments and spread and is now in use by everybody." private establishment conducted on business frame it. The country expects administrative mischievous speech that has been heard in
neglected their a. duties, and violated proprieties that would retain even a quarter of the reform. It is reasonable that there the North for many day. An honest defeat
of thrft stations, to engage in party Eating small pieces of soap at stated working force of the treasury, saying noth- should be anxieties whether or not it is to seems to have extinguished all the gentlemanly i''
Carfare theft' they have challenged may intervals is recommended by a Berlin ing of the figure-heads with high salaries. be disappointed. sentiment which he professed to have

b fer\* Selected Iikelyatvat I persons are to physician sour stomach as a better than remedy soda, for magnesia dyspepsiaand or This was the substance of confession of an- Cabinet making is the employment of when he penned his letter of acceptance, or
: irrespective of lime water. other. thousands. Ex-Speaker Randall, by almost rather it shows that the letter was, paraded !'
\ Politics, they:htd bet f er attend to that work WORTHLESS CLERKS. common consent, is to be one of the new in the hope of winning the Southern votes, t
and not meddle with flections. List of Letters Another: "There are in the Treasury! a President's advisers. It is a hopeful sign. and having failed in that, he shows his real
What has; Go.'crllOr Cleveland done in Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernan- class clerks who are much of the time absent Were.the others to be like him there wouldbe temper. He belies the Northern influencethat
X W York dina, Nassau county, Florida, Nov. 22,1884.
!, ,, to vvrra t1this estimate of him? Persons calling for these letters must say from their posts and who when theyare little left to desire.BLALN'E'S contributed to his defeat, and treats the
uffalo '}.38 ji' city almost as advertised : there are of very little' account. The result as a transfer of the control of the
partisan, wlesS and ally' governed as Cincinnati. Andrews, Peter Jadson, Anna sick leave is the favorite dodge. A doctor's I I SITTER SPEECH.THE government to the South, which he professes -
I. Vl-oi! ; beg made sheriff )fr. Bulner, John Joiner, James A certificate serves the purpose. It would be COUNTRY CONGRATULATED ON HAVING : to believe is fraught with misfortuneto of
Cleveland Braswell A J Jones Thomas the country. He shows no conception
are : hose qualities which Bulter, Littice Small Alfred interesting frequently to know who the ESCAPED FROM SUCH A MAN. the principle that the government belongsto
being ruoieand f Uore needed and ap- Butler, Limas Tings,Lusiz doctor is and what are his relations to his WASHINGTON, November, 19.-All the New the people of the whole country and no
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.1 "i" Oie people.' They comprehended Cummings Isaac Talor, Eler favored patient. Herein consists a 'mon- York newspapers this morning publishedMr. partv or section, and endeavors to revive
and ,a 4l prov J his spirit. He was Dennis, D G *.. Talor, Millalain strous evil. ,The head of the Treasury can- Blaine's speech at Augusta last night. old fl'arso antagonisms Southern and hatreds negroes.and A to more inflamethe un-
cted C F Thayer, L M
the mayor lly votes from both parties in Howard, Elias Watson, not be held responsible as things go, but he The tribune and Sun make no .mention,of patriotic, mischievous and bitterly sectionaland
tIes. *qmUi4aij; eit J','/entering 0 upon his duJaimayil882. Hearis, Joe Walker, Miss Grabe should not be permitted to. plead perfect ig it in their editorial columns. The'same is a narrow,spirit than Elaine exhibits in
a 1I1 ( .| His life as mayor wasapjnit Hopkins, Gilbert Walker, R M norance. What others so well knowhe fact with regard to the National Republicanof defeat man'causes is inconceivable nor congratulation and adds another that the to-

t\.I continuousist.ugglc In office fr honesty and fideli- Harries. Emma Watson, Wabier H D Jane. should have some idea:of., The head ofa Washington. The New York Herald country has been saved from an administration .

:: f;. jobbers t ,. spoilsmen and S. T. RIDDELL, P. M., department is presumed to know nothing says : dom mated by such a spirit.
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GRA XDFA THEKS ROSE \thai )"? ,of and moder- ?" he What for?" he asked
.' ciesro language: "Therewere. I Annie, ly'mounted; on a say began. with a responsive -
f h "r I tAn' *' iZi;; ;+ course, .certain ,envious_'persons' at ately well appointed coach, was pi- I Oh, let him have, her, by: all grin.,
1 .,,1,, ,; -moors J.o isee j 4em ')"aller.roses clip in'tader ,Scarborough. who: <:broadly-that) lotedbYwellknown:the"triumphant count to a means." Now, you know you are not to ask
w M f ., cabin v ali. 6'f'o .-' ,the corinVwas n'o'count at show dozen miles .c But I don't believe he will, unlesshe questions, but to do "
; # l :; r : "ltihar ,deJJrigbt, suns line,twi kle'all de fascinating; -.-. : ; -, 'place, a as you are told
; t g ',all; 'but aiTinaividual in a very muchhumbler 'from Scarborough.MrtDe thinks she is an heiress, and I don't Arriving on the course, Dexter disposed
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4S I' .: allt ,I'sgwineto, gibmyyallerrose Stuffguzz, for instance, insinuated Splitzentoff that the young lady under count ; though, of course, I shall give about the ring. Presently he felt a
ra ..4. VDat' pesky dandy Jim: wid his button-hole away- .that.he had met him a gambling := his charge was not his niece at all, but her something when she marries.." touch on his sleeve.

::.: M //: bouquet, "" ; '.hell. in Vienna, and his, duties the daughter of a defaulting clerk, That is a little awkward," said I -beg your pardon, sare," said
4 t ;.XJIe: I; knows salter- I's gwine, tog. ib my rose, my there were- 'of a character. both;menial who had committed forgery and then ,:Miss Clara, musing. We must thinkit some one with a strong,foreign
I !': <-" rose away." ,and disreputable' while the Marquisde blown put'lips brains. Neither did he over. Have you made any inquiries but haf I ze pleasure to address W:
s w ,1 rit i'a. i'Ob.. .1 iny yaller' rose, it.grooved close'' *to'' de Tombola Ferrara said he :was:> a say that she had not. sixpence in the about him?" Dexter ?"
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' -' It : -s 1' :\:':- .,'4: mammy lef it 'fore it/'gun 'to 'courier; but, as neither of these,,g gen- :world or that he had allowed her to Yes, and I have no reason to ,believe I "That's so," said Dexter, turnino
:e l '*'s- -"climb .. tlemen'adduced any evidence .in sup; :assume thename::, of Dexter, owing to that he-is not the man he represents I round.
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,cottage: I I > : 1 ] : 'pretty 'universallyNlisbelieyed) ; Moreover 'o'f.her. > father. The excursion was, both to :Paris and. Cannes. And yet I and somewhat distinguished lookintr

s"I!) _!I I's uiighty i Ipth to do it, but I hasn'tlong to as both the bafon; and mare uis therefore, highly enjoyable. The believe he is ,a fraud." the other shorter, with a sharp,hatchet t
ti4 ""I- ., .!stay---r -and, :,for,::the, matter of that, quite count had asked the Baron von Stuf- That is quite possible ; but if he face and business-like appearance
i Y'I "' ,,, ,:,;;;t;j L: *'S6 1"? g rJ3e wne'! ; away to gib m/yy; V'd.rose. my yaller half of'the most, eminent personages in guzz to join the party, too, on the con- really be Count Splitzentoff don'tsee Dexter fancied he had seen the taliman
I ),0 ""1. the hotel-had very good -reasons for dition, of course, that he did not make why Annie should not marry him." before. Oddly enough, he was
:; low i Sandy'Jim's de. parsons son-dey the "But he thinks she is
I wishing that their own. antecedents. himself to a reeable to pseudo- worth a singularly like Count Splitzentoff but
side/ .
; b"Towed'p'sid by ,
,t. JIyyaller: ( rose an'dat ar harnsorne:boy, and" pretensions should not be .,tootelitfasa1rule r heiress ; and the rich Miss :Mungo and million 1" his whiskers were nearly white, and
: r I ;.; A d '.,.1 f An dA,slte's a I \et1 A'MWAAtiavV*,i ip MM't datim,: 'has 'closely-investiga theiere con-' her mother ad been invited for the Let him think so." his face was wrinkled and worn, as if

',. ? ', ,t'.' ,\ .. en.J1erprJde' <1' ;.;r. : to acTupon the excellent baron's amusement. So, after inspecting "I am not going to tell the man a from a recent illness. Moreover, he
'Uu r.oWJi 1 U
II':'id : y- .which regulates"the con- more or less interesting pack of lies." might have been at least
pis;"I } ;;..d.1J..ttt.! ll! 'se I tole ber-twos on'Yr proverb some thirty years
W ;'; : .'. t other day= duct of-those who live in glass houses.So ruins, the party paired off in the "I don't want you to," said-the inva- older than the count, but still there
j i' Dat Jim had got his cabin done, an' I wasgwine the count increased in favor with grounds, the count, of.course, monopo- lid, with unusual animation. Attend was a likeness.
( :l i away. all his acquaintances, and became lizing Miss Dexter, and the baron Miss to me. When Splitzentoff proposes You are Mr. Dexter," he continued
: I She put dem little han's in mine'' her head quite a leader of the local 'society. :Mungo, while Dexter was left to the you must positively refuse to hear of with much volubility and many gesti-
< : ,! :I upon my breas', Just when he was at the zenith of his tender mercies of the chaperone. The it, without saying a word about her culations, then you know miserable
An dar she
;4-i; ;i' seemed to sort o'' sigh.
i I couldn't tell de matter, but it wasn't hard popularity, there arrived at the Regalia I latter gentleman had decidedly the prospects." who calls himself, the Count Splitzentoff -
K r,. ,s .. 1 i ,:. : to guess, > ,Hotel an American gentleman, worst of the bargain, for Mrs :Mungo, And then !1"- and resides at the Hotel Regalia?
1,;, t Dat> she moaning 'cause da ole man gwine ladies. been Halifax will of "
y s E+ ,I to die accompanied by two young who had originally a Why they elope course Vere is he-can you tell me ?
\j : :; Sojl: coax my; pretty wild rose wid kisses,' The party.attracted no little interest. mill girl, subjected him to a cross-ex- Dexter burst,out laughing. cc Hanged if I know," said Dexter,
t ,: ,I and I says ; '* The American was a spare, dried up amination the most searching and .that is certainly an ingenious idea. feeling somewhat uneasy.
n : -" Do ole man an'gwine to lib,"perhaps, dese looking man of fifty or thereabouts ; irritating description about himself, But I am'afraid he will. ill treat her Is he not here ?" said the stranger,
i ; |
-4 ; 1.: 'many many a day. he had an abrupt, decisive I manner, his fortune, his nieces, the amount of when he finds out." excitedly.

. ; I I ; OIf! boys, I didn't hab a fought dat bressed and he gave his orders with, an air of money he intended to leave them, Oh, nonsense She is very well No. I don't think he came. Ill
.:R.'; ; .! ; head would lay, one, accustomed to be obeyed with and, in fact, all his most private and able to take care of herself, and you or something."
; : t to;; Ou any oder breas' but Jim's an' mine;
: ; .:, I t'ought dat I could hold her, to keep or gibVi promptness and -precision. His name, personal L'------- affairs.- will make her a decent allowance." "Hang the fellow," interposed the
;l. : : to away f [ according to the visitors' book, was "I hope' you. enjoyed yourself, So :Mr. Dexter went to meet the short man.u' given us the slip."
x" : r; ; ut.-shine she i )gone to niake some oder garding Julius K. Dexter, and.he had scarcely my dear, said Dexter to his protege, count, having made up his mind to put This, sare, is to you a mystery,"
}'' i : retired to hisprivate sitting room be- somewhat grimly, when his tormentswere his niece's into operation. The said the other
Mi i f i:: Tier ma got tired o' waitin', may be, lonesome plan trembling with rage,
? ,'J f : t so to say, fore he was recognized by the hotel over and he found himself once interview was brief. The count I am ze Count Splitzentoff that
: i 1 ;So. she axed rose de King od be garding to take gossips as one of the largest and most more at the Regalia. avowed his devotion to Miss Annie brigand is 'my valet, Jules le; Guillon.nacre

.. i it i :: my. away. successful speculators in Wall street. Immensely, answered the young Dexter, and formally asked for her Look, you sare, he is a voleurwhatyou
' ; 1 .'. Dear lamb sties sleeping sofly widout a There was no doubt at all about Mr. lady, with much emphasis. The hand. Dexter, whose repugnance to call pique-pocket. I am at

I' ;; 1 tI |.Vid tear de or wild sigh flowers, on her little cabin Dexter's millions ; men looked upon count is simply charming, and he is so the fascinating foreigner rather in- Naples; I catch ze accursed cholera;
4 ; e",'. :: 1 :". bNd: him with awe and admiration, while well off. He has a house in Paris, a creased than diminished, point-blank Le Guillon, he pack me to a hospital ;;
c i d, "' ; I 1p :A 1' we's a-settin' side ob her, poor dandy needy scions of nobility hung upon his villa in Cannes, and any amount of refused to entertain the proposal. The I grow worse ; he leave me to die ; he
I t
,t ,. ; : Flu: Jim a-wilin'an',I an', a-wishin' we was dead.71'd lips, eager for the slightest indicationo estate in Lithuania and the Caucasus. count waxed eloquent and expostulated go to my hotel ; he steal my luggage,
iR :: l! a-gi'n i my life for her an' Jim, why the course of the markets. The A house in Paris and a villla at enlarged upon the splendor of my money, my papers-every thing;
wl !. : '. I i couldn't he let her stay? '. two young ladies rather puzzled the Cannes, '' growled Dexter to himself. his family and the extent of his pos- he go off I know. not where. But I
+ t it' ,:.',= :: i 1 .Ts:: ole he an'took withered my rose, de awajr.Ts Master. knows, but company of the Regalia Hotel. Mr. I must make further inquiries. session, went even so far as to producea recover ; I get on his traces, wis ze
'. i i ; Dexter was known to be childless, and Miss Annie Dexter once having inserted number of papers which establishedhis aid of my good friend Monsieur
.e ': ;: l! berry lonesome an' so is Jim-he's often he had simply entered his name in the the thin edge of the wedge by identity beyond all reasonable Ferrett, of Scotland yard. At last I
j i ober, now, visitors. book Julius K. Dexter and introduction to doubt and invited Mr. Dexter to "
,' .' ; ? :::in' dem honeysuckles faded long ago : as getting an Scarborough come have catch him-is it not so ?
.i '' ,"' I;' j "When de sun shines in de cabin, or it's time party, New York. One of the girlswas society, gave her guardian. peace into his private room and inspect a Dexter was not easily surprised ;
." : ". ,, ;I'. to milk de cow, apparently very delicate; she until ne allowed her to go to the ever- quantity'of foreign orders and patentsof but he stared at the infuriated
'I kin .seem to hear her foot upon de flo' ; went to the in bath balls which the almost nobility. But the American
1 always Spa a recurring were was stranger with amazement.
Oh, my wild rose my yaller rose! it'si
: i mighty hard to stay: :- chair, closely wrapped up, and< \vear- daily brace of the young men 'obdurate ; and, seeing that all his "The devil?". he ejaculated.
1 ,. Jt:; 'seems as if de Lord-forgit when he took irig-a-thick"veil, the other being in and maidens at the various hotels. pleading was'in' vain, the count went Perfectly correct, sir," said :Mr.
>r O'--'- : -:;-/, iij y rose'Mary away.;A. Den&on, in Century. constant attendance. The second who She had no difficulty in getting Mrs. off in a terrible rage. Ferrett. But we are wasting time.
'$ i i.n ; : was of a sufficiently attractive appearance Mungo, or some other affable matron, The next few days were somewhat Where is the gentleman ?"
< } j .,:1 SCAREORUOGHSCANDAL.t dressed plainly, but well, and to look after her, an arrangementwhich trying, both for uncle and niece. As At Scarborough, I believe."
:r i a .. seemed to enjoy excellent health. Mr. suited'Dexter and his niece to soon as Miss Annie heard the dreadful By Jove I trust he mayn't have
i :t\ The season at1 Scarborough was at Dexter himself never alluded them perfection, as thereby they got rid of news of her lover's rejection she at- got clear off. If I had only wired to

;; i-- ,! '. ; :1 j!'its height. The hotels were crowded, except as Clara and Annie ; and the her for the evening, and were left to tacked her guardian with every speciesof the police? But I wanted to collar
7 .. 1 1and! innkeepers and tradesmen were male visitors grew prodigiously anx- their own devices. argument and abuse she could invent him myself."

''r a'''I E ; .[ .doing;; roaring trade. Notonly were ious to make their acquaintance. Buta Everybody knows what a Scar- and was only pacified by the Dexter promptly found his niece,
'.' .::' .; .i: +there the usual holiday makers, York- week 'passed, and the foreign noble- borough hotel ball is. The guests of threat that he would disclose her and. the whole party returned to
,- .' ; i j-shire ;manufacturers sprigs of nobility, men, spring captains, tailors, money one hotel ask those of another alter- identity. Failing to make 'an impres- Scarborough as fast as a special train
: ,,1 ::; ti '.:I t! {I.overworked c city men, with their wives lenders and seedy honorables had not nately. There is usually a gentlemanwho sion upon him she restored to Clara, could carry them. The real count
_1-1-} ,':' i: i; i[band superabundant families, but the succeeded in attaining the object of officiates as master of cere- whom she pestered for her good offices was frantic at the thought of losing

,, r b(4 I {, : z; J cholera had sent over a goodly contin- their aspirations. :Matters\ were grow- monies, and introduces everybody, and reproached bitterly for having his prey. Ferrett was sulky, while
': : : j gent of foreign notabilities: with high- ing desperate, so the count was dep- whether they like it or not. Henceone marred her prospects in life. Dexter was seriously uneasy about
i:' : .i| sounding names, and of more or less uted to devise a scheme which might sees young ladies of title revolv- "My'dear Annie," protested Clara, Annie.
-I i '",s-: ..': : : 4--i distinguished appearance. There were produce the desired effect. ing with Hebrew' money lenders, am- I assure you it has nothing to do I never meant to let her in for
I "' t: i 11| French marquises and counts, Ger- "Clara, my dear, remarked Mr. bitious mammas gushing over their with me. I should be delighted to see anything like this," he whispered to

a <,, ; 1 .man barons, and an Italian duke; Dexter one evening to the invalid, daughters'perfections to the managersof you the countess of Splitzentoff.: Uncle Clara, who was crying quietly in a
I,1--r :! i 1 .fv there was; a Russian prince, and there "that black whiskered Italian brigand Haymarket restaurants, and respectable takes such violent dislikes, you know.If !! corner.
f ,,:' ? t' : t were dozens of wealthy Hebrews of looking chap, who calls himself a British merchants worship-- I were you I would elope ; he will I Where is Count Spitzentoff?"
a +,, 'f ,::: J : +| every nationality, rivaling the sun count, wants us to join in a driving ing at the shrine of French ballet be sure to come round afterward." I shouted the party in chorus, when
: d wT "'1" : ( in Oriental splendor. Many of excursion somewhere. dancers and, demi-mondaines. Miss My dear Clara, what a magnificent they arrived at the Regalia.

; ,r.'v, /j :' .; \i\\ these personages accompanied by Of course, you told him you'd do Alice Dexter, was not a young lady of idea !1" cried Annie, embracing her "Went to London this morning on
k, ; it' a--- ",, 1 1 jitheir wives and daughters, and most no such thing," answered the young very refined tastes, and this sort of ., effusively. important business," answered the

4 '' .,.;w: : .i Kof them were exceeding 1 affable in lady somewhat fretfully. thing suited her admirably. Her va- As the days passed, the love-lorn manager, and a. volly of imprecationsburst
'' ,* ;< ;a t' I ';1 their demeanor, joining in whatever I said I'd ask you-not that I ever rious chaperones impressed upon the young lady's temper improved materi- from the group. Dexter. rushed
k ; ';: ; amusement the place afforded, and supposed you'd mix with the tagrag company that she was the heiress to ally ; the count was as devoted as ever up stairs to his ward's room. The
; '5. + k. f .;vdancing away at the periodical assem- and bobtail lot of people there are ; untold wealth, and Dexter's millions in his attentions, though less obtrusive, door was locked. He kicked at it
i iI( i iI -:;'.' I l' r blies with an energy which, if somewhat here. I made such a sensation that the young and the Dexters, uncle and niece, pro- violently, and there was a faint
I,' 4 i ? j misdirected, was well meant. So you're not going ? said the lady had half a dozen proposals in as fessed to take no notice of the affair. "Who's there?"

:;j;, i ''. Miss:Mungos, from Bradford, and the other girl."Certainly. many days. She herself did nothingto The St. Leger week came on, and the Open the door !I" cried the American
"/?r 1 / '. t j'j.j Miss Shoddys, of Halifax, grew quite not. Why? enlighten her many admirers as to hotels were crowded to suffocation. feeling thankful that things were
'I ';i: h i ''Satedvith the adulation of foreign no- Nothing, but I thought you might the real state of the case, as.she was The night before the great race there no worse.
I : : : K: blemen, and if it had not been for the like a change in the monotony, and quite shrewd enough to know that was a ball at the Regalia of unusual "Oh, Mr. Dexter !1" sobbed the
,'' t I i advent of'the brilliant and fascinating she arose and left the room. any such statements would most ma- splendor. forsaken damsel: Where is Count
,:,' ., ; | amount Splitzentoff at the RegaliaI I wish to goodness some Italian terially decrease both their numbers I I suppose you are going to-night, Spitzentoff? We were to have eloped
i i I 'I I Hot l there is no knowing but their brigand or nobleman would take a and ardor. On the contrary she I Annie ?" inquired Clara. to-day 1 1"
-. l ;: : Affections might have returned to the fancy to Annie," sighed the invalid. generally borrowed Miss: Clara's "Yes, with Mrs. Mungo ; and I havea You'll never see him again," said

t 11, I !somewhat: deserted Toms, Dicks and Her temper: is really unendurable. dresses and diamonds, sometimes with great favor to ask-perhaps it may Dexter, savagely.: He's a swindler.B .
l' t t"& I !t Harrys of their native country. But :Italian counts are generally' on the I and sometimes without her' leave, be the last," said that young lady Y' the way,did Clara give you 200?"

V! '"*>}$ .;. i ., tbeforethe; count's superior attractions lookout; for heiresses. Why can't you she did her best to confirm the popu- demurely. Yes, arid I g-g-gave it to him to
a 4"I !I F :hall minor constellations waned into send her on this expedition instead of lar error. What is it !1" take c-c-care of! And he took Clara'sdiamonds

.: i, I"r insignificance. He was young, apparently me? Nobody here knows that she After a few weeks of this 'sort of "I :want you to lend me your be-c-c-cause he said one of
I -x 'i 1 !I' about two or three and thirty ; hasn't got a farthing in the world. We life the count's attentions became so diamonds. I am so anxious to look the s-s-stones was loose I Oh,gracious,
: \i 1 !f.he was evidently possessed of much might get rid of her, and what a blessing exceedingly marked, that Annie beganto well to-night." what shall I do ?" And Miss Annie

? i I -wealth wore little jewelry anddrove that T would: be_!1"_._ ___ 'expect a proposal daily. The 'count, Oh, you mayhave I them," answereilClara went off in :a violent fit of hysterics.
i !: an admirable mail phaeton and pair i am afraid you are getting un however, was a very wary gentleman, smilingly. 'forget to That was a very excellent joke of
,;, ; p lt of horses. With one consent, there- charitable. It would, however, be and before proceeding to extremitieshe leave them behind, though 1" yours, Clara," remarked Mr. Dexter
1! i: .fore, the maidens of Scarborough! fell rather sport to let these hungry. fellows determined to ascertain from her So Miss Annie went to the ball grimly, as his niece ,came to the dis-
i r : -: I "t !, i The count was accessible, and speed- take her, what is to become of you ? really were. He accordingly wrote naturally enjoyed herself immensely.The present M.I Jules de Guillon has got
; :1 i ::! s ily made a vast number of acquain- "I shall get on. The people are him, begging the favor of a few min- next 'day nearly everyone in slightly thebest of it."- snoop Truth.QTAHDARDBIOGRAPHIES. .
I : 'd : .Cane S. He was universally! popular; amusing to look at, and Hannah will utes'conversation'in.his private room. the hotel went off to Doncaster. The -
t j the j'/omen all liked him, and the take care of me. Besides, Annie The American, of course, knew pretty Scarborough air, had done Clara so Ju
'. : ; i'' men; though not a little jealous of his positively irritates me. I know she well what was coming, but not being much good that she determined to { Bat .
I, ;success, were forced to confess that he thinks nursing such a dreadful inflic- overconfident of his own abilities to accompany her uncle. Annie, however -, ** BLAINE AND LOGAN. R e a ,
i.i{ 1 drove very well and played a remark- tion." deal with an ardent lover, he took his pleaded fatigue and a bad head- 271 Royal octavo pages; 67 full-page Illustrations

.'' -r ;; '1 .ableigood game of bil l ards. He spoke "..Have it your own way, my dear. niece's advice as to the course he ache, and Dexter did not press her to TILDEN, CLEVELAND and HENDKICKS.)!
,t :, .modal rately good English, with a I'll tell the" count that we shall be de. ought to pursue. go. Just before starting Clara enteredher 774 Poyal octavo pages; 35 full-page Illustrations.Best .

: } l s -tronfr foreign accent, and<; conversed lighted. That Polish count, swindler, uncle's room. Terms ever Offered to Agents.
u, fluent in French with anyone who So when: the appointed day came, courier, or whatever he may'be means Lend me 200," she said laugh 43". Outfit' FREE, and ALL, FREIGHT PAID.
I F '4 j! !lhad sufficiently mastered the intrica- Mr. Dexter, accompanied by Miss to propose for Annie. What am I to ing. 48 Address H. S.NEW GOODSPEED YORK or CHICAGO.& CO.,

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; President "Flurida Fruit Tha question then :After New York Sun of-June' ,
D. Redmonu..Jo (f J..t.It arises is i it impossibleto ,, .187 6. -.\ -
.4ssocretta; ( correct the present methods and put the 'i -
Growers : tIle resolution of the Wha-at-Jim?; WJ.
10 C0mpha n I marketing of oranges and other perishable Jim Blaine LOHMAN'S'.4
Association, as-
h' Growers'. productions business Beat him ? it: ,
4 Flonda J on a basis ? I reply, : .
bled at papa 1 tk' oh ills. 14th of October,' I, most emphatically, no But in order to do G Cain -I"reat : v,- ,
; there : I HAVing -
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prepared f'
}b aye: : perishable pro- } Of the State of Maine, an INCREASED STOCK OF GOODS,
the marlretuhgofahe growers. The present prevailing principleof Smartest cuss in out of the raim-.

Dlon f Florij;} allth? South I "every man for himself and the devil Beat him ? .

Jon iorfertbaJthi understindinfty 1 :subject, will may be be necessary entered, take the hindmost, must give way to some Our Cheeky Jim Jim? tANK T DMrRTJ T1i1IJ I: n&wl:, L5 Q D DJ t TBIHG,.

: ft plan or system! that will bring order out of Full to the brim -'

lIS br }'as pgssibl>*, to"present t the methods chaos. These products must be concen- Of brass and sass and pluck and.,vim, BOOTS, AND SHOES .
at present= : P- \'ailror: the disposal. trated and passed through a regular system Beat Jim ? and thousands of other articles which I will sell for
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: : it is well to festive little pill per"cent. than
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pro d nc to : : f that will bring them under the law of sup- That went through catawampus Hill another house for the'same Goods. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and-T
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lecn constantly ;Sn o .:. minds ply and demmd"7a: system that will send And made the chivalry so ill ; will convince you of the importance of SAVING TWO DOLLARS 'out, of every ten.;. '

1 per&hable nature and them where He stole Ulysses' little spirt, I ,W. J. I.OIOIAX .
products ar elef.t I; they are wanted and when they i- Cor. Sixth tnd:4shSlk: _
into the! hands of the consumerust And put on Morton's bloody shirt ; .
be put are wanted-giving even supplies-not overstocking Hammered
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distributionn WHOLESALE
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sale should l4?? of[the very: best. The To accomplish this, there must be a be- And put a black eye on Sam Cox. .
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should be
and distribution ..
transportation ginning; If some of the large producers Our Jim-

sUCh as would place tfiem r where they are would form themselves into an association, Jim Blaine, .** -.., .

p anted in the shortest possible space of exchange or corporation, agreeing to pass, Of the State of Maine ::. 2 =!- v\ ;:rgibi5'3aHr'igtrrr t? JtuH HS -j-H-*

giving "to catch locality a full supply 1 their own through the that Will somebody please explain "<*-' >
time; crop
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Jr they themselves shall create; establish at

leaving: anbtheij i equally important, central points, such as Jacksonville, and Traveler's Guide. ".".

entirely bare.AAd Putting| them into the Gainesville; offices for a distribution- and }
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hands |r warehouses for concentration, selecting a
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and who
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place tbJBiu; $;:uckl! >.' and profitably. who in turn would select with their approval For Savannah and all points North I tgptJg AS .1a

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sending oranges to merchants, water- From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and i:
) done. all the Transit Road...
points on 4.38 p.m.
to those
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totlic standing and businessability From Tallahassee Tensacola. and
information a? ;
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to1 whom they ship. Inpoint all points on the Florida Central
of those :
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obtain the fruit from the
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no money, reputation or ; would here and and Grain Stores
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crewman: ships for himself, with no points, and in a little time the bulk of these all points on the Transit Road... 8.40 a. m.
knowledge as:' ip what his neighbors are From Savannah and all points in .
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of the of the market.
doing, or requirements only the remaining surplus would have to From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and

The natural Results follow that every shipper I -. be forwarded for sale. The same system all points on Florida Central & Low as the Lowest.

is in competition{ with his neighbor and Western Railroad..................... 8.40a.m.
would be equally advantageous in the N. E. corner Centre and Second Sts, Fernandina, Fla.
often with himjelf. :Some of the marketsare FEBNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. .
marketing of the small fruits, vegetables, '
largely {)vcr ..ock61 and the products go Train leaves daily, except Sunday- I --

to waste, while 'thersequally important are melons, etc. For Jacksonville......................... 7:30 a. m. R. ATTSTI1:: I
The remedy is simple and easily attain-
left entirely without supply. So, it is not Train arrives daily, except Sunday- I cECJ
able. If it could be put into immediate I From Jacksonville....................... 6.40p.m. MANUFACTURER OF
strange, therefore tilt with such methodsthe operation it would put more than a half : Sunday only- '

results are unsatisfactory and disastrous, million of dollars into the State the present .For Jacksonville ...........i.;........... 7.00 a. n1. Tin 1 Sheet-Iron WareAND t\ll t

and that they grow horse,. and worse as we the Can For Jacksonville ............;... :...... 5.00 p.m. .. \ I
season, on present thingbe A\b'
goon ? As theproductions increase these crop. any From Jacksonville.....................10.35 a. m. DEALER IN i
disasters will crease, and the net result done? From Jacksonville ..................... 8.40p.m. 1 I\ G o : C p 1
Trusting that the good sense of the pro- 'I./A,"
unless will grow some less renjedy and Ids shall year be by devised year., it And be-, ducers may come to the surface before it From Savannah SEA,Steamer ISLAND ROUTE.St.Nicholas 1ARLRTfl n B &n K T VE 4 ; ,

shall be too late, I remain, yours respectfully Sunday and Thursday.For c: ,
comes simply a' question of time when a ? '. 0
E. BEAN, Savannah. Steamer St. Nich- a ", .,.
large portion of the production will be leftto olas, Monday and Friday. ? 9'g' :
Jacksonville, Fla., October 22, 1884.
rot, because it will not pay to ship. MALLORY LINE. \ '

The question,.therefore, of the best meth- SHOULD HORSES BE SHOD. For New York direct, by steam- I '

ods to be adopted for the marketing of these I ships State of Texas or City of Ii r.aiS
products becomes of vital The papers tell us that Prof. J. G. Wood's San Antonio, Thursday evening 7.00 p.m. l 4\ I

onp importance. i appearance in Tremont Temple, recently From New York direct by City of K 1
On its proper sqlution'depends not only the San Antonio and State of Texas, '-.,mmltIIUIISWIPl.PllIIS
the horse attracted
value of the crop but f jhe value of the plantas with his lecture on a every Friday; .......................... 3.00p.m. ; _tiqT 'S5
special audience,of several hundred people
well. In otlicr: words, whether the large ST. MARYS RIVER.
who particularly interested in that 1.
amount of money invested in orange cul- Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- .rhli

ture shall lie wastcl, thrown animal. Mr. Wood considered the horse For St. :Marys and Crandall, Tuesday -

valueless away and from a scientific stand point in great detail, and Friday........................ 2.00 p.m. ..
or shall become and illustrating his subject by drawing on the For St. Marys and Dungeness, on 1
remain profitable to tie owner.It : Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35a.m. MF S XPOSIT DNI
He said it remarkable.
was a
is a settled l law of political : For St. :Marys only, Monday and

"that the culthtatoroI! the soil should economy fact, that while people would not think of Thursday! ....................._............ 8.00 a. m.
entrusting a valuable machine to the care Steamer'Martha arrives Patterns. Jiew
market for his product Of the Latest and Most Approved
as the
near placeof of any but an educated mechanic, they were From St. Marys and Crandall on
production :jis possible." His time and that much Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. Opening December 1,1884: Closing May 31,1835.
thoughts shout be fully occupied with the accustomed to permit more From St. Marys and Dungeness, COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS, 3 UNDER flIKASIICPSOPTIIEUnited : 1

production and preparation for intricate machine, the horse, to be taken on Wednesday and Saturday..... 1.00 p.m. 1
to others charge of by men who were totally,ignorant From St.'Marys only, Monday and LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, States Government.

and the labor of transporting of the animal's real structure or constitu Thursday........................... ..... 2.00p.m.
distributing to the,consumer. This dis- ..
tribution tion. Nobody ought to be allowed to have WROUGHT-IRON PIPES.
is an entireldifferent branch Post-Office Notice. $1,300,000
the business of the charge of a horse unless, like the driverof 8:00'A. ,
and one that all the Office Hours-From M. to 6:00 p. M. .
requires .
brains and energies of those that a steam engine, be has passed a previous Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M.'to 11:30 A. M. DRIVEN WELLS .SPECIALTY Appropriated by the General t
". engage in '' Orders and Letters from
it. examination showing his fitness for the Money Registered
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 P. M I'
In brief work. The weakest point a was S
the producer should never at- to 3:30 P. M.AKEIVAL TIN for Tin Gutters promptly filled. Contributed by tbcr Citizen of New Orleans. :
tempt almost invariably in the hoofs of the forelegs I i
to become the speculator, but he AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Wind Mills for pumping water or running
of the horse disclosesthe ,
fchould leave to others the labors, profits and Transit & Peninsular Railroad light machinery promptly erected on order. $200,000, r

losses of such ventures.. Especially should fact that they were of the most ,delicate Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:00 P. M. Church. Factory and School Bells for sale Appropriated by Sl/exico. '

this be the and intricate structure ; while the common Brings mails from the North, the at a bargain. ,
like casq with perishable products ignorance of the horse-shoer seemed to Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular _;&- Stoves at Wholesale Prices. $10QOOO,
ours. Our should All delivered at the various trans-
oranges be sold at railroads. goods Appropriated by the State of J.ouisiana. ,
home, and others than the growers should consider them as solid lumps of horn hungat Closes daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A. M. portation stations within the city free of i 1

attend to the transportation: and distribution the end of the horses leg for the purposeof Takes mails for the North, the charge. All sales for cash. $100,000, I ,

to iron shoe nailed it. The Gulf coast Transit and Peninsular '
having an upon ,
customers of New
; :Many of the growers will been roads.Leesburg Appropriated by'the City I

sa)': "that is just what we want to do ; we only horse of mature age it had his train arrives daily.......... 8:30 A. M. Fernandina, Fla., 'July 12, 1884. From $5000 to $25,000 I IApproprillt'd
are fortune< to see which had, never worn_ .a shoe l .
ready to sell.our; crops, but there are Brings,Western matt'only. 'I
no Innumerable Mates
buyers." was the war-horse of the late King Theodoreof IVE1V, CHEAP AND GOOD. by i
Now, I am sorry to have to admIt Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad- and Foreign Countries. I

that this is Substantially true-there are- Abyssinia, and the hoof of that horse was Arrives daily except Sunday......... 8:50: A. M. 1INES BOILER s Every State and Territory I n the Union represented, .

no buyers. TI ere :i is but a small in a most perfect' state of preservation. The Brings the Jacksonville and St. and nearly all the Leading: Nations and ;
Portionalmost very foreleg of the horse 'was a modified form of John's river mails. -HEW AND SECOND HAND. Countries of the World. I'

pone, c your crop sold in the Arrives daily except Sunday.........:,5.00 P. M. I
and the hoof but
State. They a cflt the arm of a man, a ALL KINDS on4ACHINERYATLOWPRICESOombUed The Biggest( Exhibit.the Biggest Building and the
: out for sale in the Brings mails same as above. .J-

wp-hazzard, M Tall) y;:-go-lucb)'" manner modification of the hand with the fingers Closes daily except Sunday.......... 9:00: A. M. Ornnjco Bax end Shingle Machine I Biggest Industrial Event in the I

described above} Can' consolidated. The bottom of the hoof was Takes the Jacksonville St.John's : Eagle Gins, Saw Mills Planers, Reeawa, &0 I World's History. r

bat business reasonably expect meant to be worn away, and as far as itgoesits River and Northern mails. Ask,, for Cnfalogne: and Prices before bnylng. I APPLICATION''* FOR KXHtlsn 4l.UK.tDT" KKCKIVK1I II{ '

intelligence: wi3l men; 1 -men of capital-men of place was supplied from above. Man's Closes daily except.Sunday.......... '5:30 P. M.' 'I HANDLE & DUG UMAOH'Y CO I'' COVER OF MOUK CBJtn SPACE> THLN*XU \.TIi"flKKATKK t uF. 'v ANT A RIKTY- f ,
come here to buy these Takes the Jacksonville,St.J obn's ucrasmux F.VKIC dEI.D.I '
}products, wheir'they happy thoughts" in the shape of expedients 65 67 69 ELM ST. CINCINNATI a I
know that their irre river_Northern and Western mails. The cheapest rates of travel ever known lu
sponsible neighbors rind competitors will to improve on the original hoof have Sunday 3 fail (Write for Catalogue and menticn this paper.) i I the annais of transposition secured for the !

receive them direct fr m the producers been extremely poor. An enormous amount Jacksonville? and S t. John's River, : people information everv vhero.,audress I

alignment: tai i on of'blood is circulated through the hoof for arriv es.............'........................10'i-:_ A. M. -FOR- ;' For E. A. BURKE '.>;
Prices return or pay for them.any the of the waste but by Northern mail arrives................. ,9:00: P. M.Jacksol1ville 'I' Director General i. \\-. I. & C. C, E.,
they close; ? Can they meet that purpose ; ;. .-John's Riverand =1 .I )\iORf.EAXS..LA.: .
sort of of it is diverted from its
our system shoeing
absurd competition l ? It is perfectly idle-nay purpose and gives rise to disease. The the North closes.............:.:...... .6:00 A. M. :MAOHINER Y -
to expect} that men will 'Jacksonville and St. John's River _
come to buy needs no shoe at all. It only impairsits
these products!' with the business in its usefulness and shortens its days. It was only, closes...............- .............. 4:00P.M. 1 1- Wood, Wood. Wood-Yard .

Present conation! jf, in the earlier history only ignorance which believed that, the SAML. T. .RIDDELL. P. M. OF ALL KINDS i near Having'Dune's recently mill established, provided a with all the
of the horse in its'native state ran on soft turf
orange ctlltuJje the buyers had then Deeds. I "machinery for s win and splitting;
Warranty ami Mortgage necessary
been shoes were not nccessarr., The horse Robinson
I. "
encourage!, it !would now have been came from Central Asia, from a rocky and T INEX PAPER GO CTS. PER DOZEN.I Go to F., FIRE-WOOD,
the 't t ,
method, but our early producers took sandy soil and if it needed shoeing at all, .Ij Samples .sent upon+ receipt of 2-cent lam now prepared to furnish Oak Wool

to the notion that would need it in its'wild state. Were it not stamp. ANUPACTUSSa' andgDEAIEB,.... sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fireplace -
they ,
enough were smart for the shoes, the footfall of horse 'wouldbe AddressFLORIDA MIRROR, > at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD. >,

as thy spill 4 "to 'do their o\yn as soft as I those of an' elephant.. , :,2G Fernandina, Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLOEIDA. I J. A. ELLEEIA;'

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'a 1*. <, 1 nE, .FLOIUDA: ,MiRiioii, ., -the- electors, and an immense majority A' RESPONSIBLE AND TRUSTED produced considerable quantities of found to be good, and during the next year-- --

of thej people of the 'United SOUTH. the light Havana leaf raised from fruit canning was introduced into the United F

_* ,x. GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS EDITOR.' 'We like the ring in the annexed States.
r'yY I States.If Havana seed. If the farmers of
;t4 8abe4rli.tion,,82 per year, ; six months, SI.ceJ the article from the New York evening According to the Archiv fur Hygiene
r '+ t N we analyze vote further we Ohio, Indiana and Missouri can a JI
.< Q comer Centre and First streets second floor. Telegram, and'gladly aid its publication I very profitable industry in the manufacture
shall find ,that a majority of more I profitably raise tobacco, we see no of sherry wine is, being carried on at Hamburg
1- it in -
4 RATES OF ADVERTISING. than half a million of the white by giving a place our reason why the farmers of middle for the ,English and Dutch markets
a'I' J :Tent*cents a line for the first and five cents for columns.Jrateful for the feeling of Ina ,
r nebch +i-ubt-equent insertion. voters of the United 'States voted for Florida can not do so with profit. "superior" grade of it-sold in Ham: w

m+, :'Spep$al local notices 15 cents a line. Cleveland. Mr.\ Blaine. does not confidence_expressed towards us, we Florida in 1883-4 manufactured ,burg there was found a small proportion b:

tti1: +; (; <; ,;Reading; : notices;25 cents a line. earnestly trust and believe, the South of Spanish wine, but the phosphates and P
. '% ..Special rate for time advertisements upon appli seem to comprehend the fact that 45,830,625 cigars, but New York tartrates of good sherry were replaced If
not be found in
{ -tion kt the office. his party was defeated by the Intelligent will wanting develop- manufactured over one billion. table salt. The artificial wines-for

',tt' r /-*A ing the resources of our glorious -were composed of
w ,4i;. ? i 'Communications' upon all matters of local inter- unbiased vote of the ,country. ,entirely sugar, water, a'

kb t tint solicited{rom"all parts of the" county and from He is said to have: expressed the country, now indeed a united coun- SUMMING UP THE BATTLE. alcohol and table salt. Since sherry has
r '' V ht ongt' e lines'bf Florida railways. try-emphatically the United States. become a ">bar wine" in England the de- _

., e 'r J All communications? intended for publication opinion that the party would come THE SOUTH':AND THE FUTURE.-Now that CLEVELAND HAS 37 MAJORITY OF THE ELECTORAL mand has largely increased, and mach

l Joul 'l.r'r. the hard work'of the campaign is over, and imported -
,1\.t /' ..1 --=-i Democratic party is faithful to its its results have been ascertained it is per- ]

j: S4 T 1 RDA F'; NOVEMBER US, 1884. traditions and its principles it will missible to forecast the future, and to pre- NEW YORK-THE BATTLE OVER Cotton seed is the Southern bonanza. a
dict the kind of influence which the Demo- AND THE COUNTRY SERENE. There are three and a half pounds of seed L.
W 1jo remain in when it is no longer The election of Grover to
IIB power; Cleveland is
YS c
: ; UTH'AL TV A CONSERVA- cratic policy will have on certain important every pound of fibre. More than 4,000,000
luSi. + w it will share the fate of Mr. conceded by all'and the great battle of 1884 '
Sn a .f TlfK't' so tons
problems. .Qi e, of those problems, by no are produced annually, but, notwithstanding
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?' Mr. Blaine 4 ,* tne-'closing,. \; days Blaine and the Republican:! party and means the"least important, is the relation.. is the ended.several States The following is the vote of the rapid increase in the numberof
1 *- ** % 4 ja; as nearly as it can be as-
J' : of the to the South. Thepeople's miles,only about ten cent. of
t N ,h\s,'m gi1etic tour Indiana and go under. .' government certained with the electoral vote. It will is per the seed
fears have been in crushed, the rest being
played upon respect largely thrown
-weste [New York a ealed frantical5 be seen that Cleveland has a majority of 37
: : THE EXTENT AND VALVE OF, to this subject by an unthinking par- away. A ton of seed yields 35 gallons of

'l. ty liis, .hearers< to prevent the goYqtnment 'LIFE INSURANCE.We tisanship which; has been asserting for years in the Electoral College and nearly or quite oil, 22 pounds of cotton, and 750 pounds of

-: II< ",' .' beIng seized by the South- have before us a recent reportof that the highest ambition of the Democratsis 100,000 popular FOR majority CLEVELAND.: cake used for fattening cattle. The value

: :c last wave of the bloody shirt-and the Mutual Life Insurance Company to tax themselves to death in order to pay Plural- ElecPlural- Elec- of these produces is $19. The oil is largely

the Southern war debt and to pension the States. ity. tors. States. ity. tors. used for making fine soaps, and when
refined -
u then! came to New York, having of New York which illustrates Alabama...... 30,000 10 :Missouri20,000( 16
soldiers of the The assertionhas properly can hardly be
Confederacy. Arkansas......_28,000 7 New Jersey... 4,100 9 distinguishedfrom
ni ; lvetl the hoosiers and provincial in a remarkable manner the growthof been made so frequently and,with such Connecticut 1,200 6 New York:.... 1,100 36 olive oil, which it is superseding for
Delaware.. ... 4,200 N. Carolina.. 1.: ,000 11
.'e : ewf Yorkers a scare, enjoyed that the business of life insurance in emphasis that it has become a' kind of Florida......... 5,100 4,S. Carolina. 43,000 9 many purposes.
Georgia....... 45,000 12 Tennessee.... 12,000 12
'If'is'' of deal
t ..1tooqle dinner and received the this country. This company was nightmare. ,' course, a great Indiana-...... 5,500 15 Texas......>.... 98,500 13 Notice to Tax .
like the stories of with which ... ....._ Payers.The
ghosts nurses Kentucky 45,000 13 Virginia. 14,000 12
>' :; i4 : .i sura|ces of support from the organized in 1843 and its whole busi- frighten children in order to keep them Louisiana ... 20,000 8 Virginia.. 4,000 6 Tax-Book for 1884 having been placed
Maryland. 16,000 8 in my hands, I am now ready to receive
a f ) .;urcjhard preacher. ness for the first five years only still ; but it has nevertheless had its effect.It Mississippi... 33,000 9 Totals..444,700 219 State and County taxes for the present the

::\ In Indiana ,and Western New reached half a million of dollars, at has been believed by a great many as im FOR ELAINE. May be found at my office on Second street year.

t, '. *: I Torlt] where the bloody shirt was the end of twenty years it had assetsto plicitly a child believes that if he goes States. Plural-ity. ElecPlural tors. States. ity. Elec-tors.' next to and Prescott's Saturdays shoe when store, on Wednesdays -

., California..... ........ not on a collecting
round the corner to play a hobgoblin will 10,000 8 Nevada. 1,000 3
tour in
:,. :.waved,]both gave an increased vote the amount of twenty millions of Colorado..... 3,000 3 N. H'pshire4,000 4 the country.
catch him and eat him as quickly as a Illinois.._ ... 15,000Iowa 22 Ohio ............ 31,000 23 W. F. SCOTT,
7 .fr the Democratic candidate. dollars and in the last twenty years Christian would swallow an oyster, and it ...... ...... 18,000 13,Oregon..... ... 2,100 3SO Collector of Revenue for Nassau Co.
.. :: Kansas.......- 63,000 9P'nnsylv'nia, 80,000 :: Fernandina. Nov.
w : It requires but a brief knowledge has increased so that it now has has, about the same. basis of truth. It serves Maine........ 20,000 6 Rh'dalsl'nd. 7,000 4 15.1884.

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;, ,r t l t tI I shake her direful finger in the child's face Minnesota.... 32,000 7 _
I : <{te1n nstrate how utterly, unfoundedias I and one millions, of dollars, and has I Nebraska...... 20,000 5 Totals.356100- 182 Hiram Chapter No. 3. R. A. M.
and recite instances in which meets
Cleveland's Electoral Wednesday evening next, at 7
majority, 37.
,',; .Elaine's unpatriotic appeal. one hundred and seventeen thousand mothers have been robbed of their darlingsin Cleveland's popular majority 88600. P. M. All II.'A. Masons in good standing

., ':]*or tle| past thirty years the South. policies out insuring three hundred just that way ; and it serves the purposeof are Fernandina notified. November D. R.21,1884.BAXTER H. P.

+; l::l l/as had no Southern Presidential and twenty-seven millions of dollars.If some politicians, and saves them the OFFICIAL VOTE OF NEW YORK.

lndidate in the trouble of yielding their places to better As.the. chief interest in the election returns Valuable Orange Lands for Sale
< although pastthirty busi-
: the were to stop .
I company men to give their version of the same fableto centered in New York, whose vote for Tracts containing twenty acres each of
} f i ; ,years of the republic it furnished -,: ness they could their policies as Cleveland decided
,: pay the credulous.The his election, we give the choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake

; ,a Washington, a Jefferson, I they became due on the usual aver- time has gone, however, for a broad official vote of that State for all the candi- suitable for orange growing and truck farm-

f :"a Madison\ and a Monroe in succes1 age term of life and leave a surplusof and generous patriotism to admit that the dates, with the Garfield-Hancock vote of ing, are now offered for sale. These lands

1 ,. I.lOn. twelve millions of dollars on handto South is a component 1 part.of this country.A 1880. The actual majority of Clevelandover are very conveniently situated for transpor-
I generation ago' that limb in the body Blaine is about 1,140, but the majorityof tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
No fact is better
; 1 attested than that
divide as profits. The Mutual politic was diseased and it became necessaryto 1,087 is the majority of the lowest Cleve- terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-

.b tjhe Southern people ,have always company is a purely voluntary pro- put a ligature round it to stop the flow of land elector over the highest Blaine elector: tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
large bodies. G. R.
',' Ifeen conservative in their allegi- tective society in which all the pro- arterial blood while the army removed the 1884. _1880.. February 16, 1882, Fernandina FAIRBANKS, Fla.
tumor rebellion which had its roots r--------- .
; to the constitution and :
; a fiance perty and all the profits belongto
firmly imbedded in the system of domestic i Notice.

:, laws, and the civil war was the person insured. It is an ines- lavery. The operation was safely performed 'd a 0- p.:- t)- :o Music Lessons can be had on any kind of

,' ;.brought. on because they ,believed timable boon to, the families of the ; and the South is now no more likely CoUNTIE9. ,g> -<=:S= +q J.o:> .0:::; t 0): CI cc ::> Orchestral Instruments. For particulars,
d -- -a. a a call on W. J. LOHMAN
r1?'! w :their constitutional rights were .invaded. : assured and in case of'business or 'than 'the West ;to become an element of 6 q q:3 ij w 0 :Music Teacher.

., danger to the Union. The rehabilla ion' of 48 Corner Ash and Sixth
,ti, They patiently submitted to unforseen misfortunes is often the Albany......... 183t5 17698 983 312 96241 65&iAllegany. streets.
slavery is an impossibility. It is no more ...... 3886 6668 736 1180 M82 6828
? 1 .the abrogation of their civil governments only property. During the year probable than that the sons of the Puritans Broome......... 5780 7182 1H 458 5450 7173 Overcoats and Winter Clothing

: during the period of reconstruction 1883 it paid out to the families of will reorganize ancestral institutions in Cayuga Cattaragus.......-..... 6065 6041 9'205 7463 421 372 591 930 5466 5976 7401 9372 At cost, AT PAUL FUNKE'S.

and have I The South is better off Chautauqua. 5861 10670 431 540 5472 10422
done act Massachusetts. Call and See the Great
no or deceased policy holders over five Chemung...... 4719 5198 613 185 4806 4636 BargainsIn
+ thing to; their loyalty to the financially without slavery than it ever Chenango... 4410 5462 3M 506 4.)9' 5769 Blankets, at J. & T. KYDD'S.
impugn millions of dollars. The rate of in- Clinton......... 511; 5973 19 3.) 4250 60b0
I,, t .i '.constitution and laws of their could have been with it. It did not see Columbia...... 58.34 6424 36 168 5992 6486
coun- surance per $1,000 is yin a man of this in sixty-one'; but it sees it clearly now. Cortland....... 2774 ,4042 112 375 2749 4124 Clam Chowder
Iii this election Delaware...... 4956 59M 112 437 5084 6058'' This at
- ,. : }orted ;two Northern candidates of says the bulk of the former plantation own- Erie............ 2.1759 26249 2fJO 72.5 208-10 24199 J. FRED Lomus's.
} $19.40
thirty, ; a man thirty-five, Essex..... ...... 2776 4551 61 63 2775 4776
If r '.nominated by the Democratic National Theseare Frauklin.. ... 2948 4638 67 70 2799 4185 Bargains in Dress Goods
I frJl $22.42, and at forty, $26.61. ers.There ........
,' are vast resources in that'section of Fulton? 3.)24 4617 38 2Z7 3327 4579 At J. &; T. KYDD'S.Blankets .
a fti'V i : : Convention a ,platform Genesee...... 3643 4631 41.3S6 M81 4815
" > upon small sums for even a laboring our common country; and they can be developed Greene.......... 4152 '4167 182 260 4405 3879 and Comforts

' $ :':-. -..of' honest government., man or mechanic to pay annnally to only by Northern capital. 'It is one Hamilton.Herkimer. ....... 5328 567 6138 521 56 3 327 21 5070 552 6331 406 Below cost, AT PAUL!FUSKE'S.

li > -3 i! The South is to-day the conservative secure to his family the possession ofa of the most, .inviting, fields of enterprise on Jefferson....... 7075 90'29 33 E36 7216 9439
...... .
s- King 69'1.58 53512 2202 1367 61062 51751
; ? Stock Fine Clothing
i : : force of this government. In sum of $1,000 and even these this continent. It has a thousand millstreams Lewis_........; 3778 --385 14 114 3674 4036 Splendid of
unoccupied; a large laboring class Livingston.... 4039 5191 118 375 4242 5524Madison. Just received at J. & T. KYDD'S.No .
t. '. all the social agitations, labor rates are diminishing about thirtyper ....... 48&1 6608 86 529 4683 6793
which merely scratches a scant living from
5U3 55.5) 48 1M
Montgomery. 4947 5230Monroe. : Special for
+ strikes, incendiarisms of mobs, they cent. by annual dividends whichcan the soil : unimproved land by the square .......? 13249 18.25 603 1209 13742 17102 Day BargainsAt ;
New york.... 133157 90093 33J9 1034 123015 81730 J. & T. KYDD'S, but you can get
.w t Uave had no share., The socialist go to increase the sum as- mile which can be bought for a mere song.A Niagara._...... 6193 5875 69 500 5937 6478 every day.
new generation of men is coming to the Oneida......... 13820 13790 189 894 12600 14546
a E+ c Ms se Iud the;;comnlunist have found nor sured or be used in, payment of Onondaga..... 13164 16890 99 601 11732 16153 ,A Great ReductionIn
front, and the old issues are being forgotten.All Ontario....... 5643 6382 127 233 5767 6774
support within her borders. Her the premium. No prudent man but the Orange........ 98U 996R 175 647 9672 10088 Dress and House-Furnishing Goods,
$ l j";' partisan demagogues recognize I Orleans......... 2907 3997 68 669 3104 4581 AT PAUL FUNKE'S.Miss .
t B&H ; ..srnators and representatives hi Con- leaves his house uninsured, and no fact that we are but one people-that thereis Oswego......-. 743-1 '9976 265 560 6746 10236

{ 4 ess have not been accused of job- man who has a regard for his wife no North and no South with conflicting Otsego.Putnam...._...._.._... 1526 7307 6871 2103 84 4 432 89 .71&1708 7156 2114 L. G. Watson

interests but reunited burdened Queens......... 10367 8445 270 201 10:91: Has Select School for girls
S. 4 .. and She a country 8151 opened a young
corruption. expectsthingfrom children to fail to insure
ry and ought ...
4 Rensselaer. 13-114 13759 686 416 13On: 13672 and children in the house on Centre street,
with the of self-
{ i x ) ; the new administration ,his life in There glorious responsibilities Richmond.._. 5135 3164 75 90 481' 3291 corner ofSev'enth. Terms liberal! .
a good company. government. The,''South is willing to take Rockland.. ... 3697 .2593 28 1ZJ 3U5 2G88 class m

F' but;]a just execution of the laws, have been many fraudulent con- that position, and the North is certainly not : St.Saratoga.y.Lawrence 6035 58-16 1M41 8190 20 92 311 42.5 5835 5808 13748 8116 Decorative Miss Watson Painting will commence Embroidery a, etc., on

ti and she:believes that sectional ani- cerns and unsafe companies but it unwilling to touch elbows with it in the I Schenectad... 2$7 3260 41 105 2628 3250Schoharie. Monday October,6th,1884.
_... 5339: M72 37 173 5262 3646 References: ,Rev. 0. P. Thrckara. Mr.S.
., will i il march of progress. Schuyler...... 2039 2616 111 154 2293 2790 '.
/mositiesj largely C. \
disappear is as. easy to find out a good insurance I Seneca.......... 367 .3309 59 119 3802 3394 Swann, Mr. H. E. Dotterer, Judge
: I If Steuben......... 9060 Hillyer, :Major F. McWhorter. 45
p :+ ;under a government which will be in as a good bank but 10047 587 904 8992 10245
l : company TOBACCO CULTURE FOR CIGARS. Suffolk.:??:?. 6429 5876 53 457 606l 6515
!the interest of a Nation and not of a don't take the for Sullivan-...... 3607 3332 232 183 3718 3339
agent's assurances
:f The soil of Florida is considered Tioga... ......?. 3379 4367 204 401 3627 ,4750 WANTED.
;i .it'uncorroborated.The TompkIns..... 3992 4420 267 373 3956 4896 A GENTLEMAN WHO IS A PROPRIetor -
favorable for the, fine leaf
+ a 'lfrt..y. very wrap- Ulster.-......... 9870 9929 157 429 9870 9994Warren. Resort
w J\ of Northern Summer
i ._ .... 2793 3)77' 179 lZJ 261g 3330 a
;' ,$ POPULATION REPRESENTED i per used in the best Havana cigars. Washington.- 4222 7337 115 250 4145 7779 (which is eminently successful and pop
prices of naval stores seem,to Wayne.......... 4730 6843 471 433 52JJ7 7600 ular) wishes to lease a well furnishedHotel
The Havana leaf commands 35
; F THE ELECTORAL VOTE FOR Westchester12524 11286 248 435 '11850 11367 in the South, or would accept a POSI--
i' ,4 CLEVELAND. be on a decline and so low as hardlyto Wyoming...... 3189 4441 53 483 3309 4695
: tion and have considerable influence.
when 'the
.v j' cents pound broad ,
Yates._...... 1918 3191 130 200 2191 M32
*- ; the continuance of Don't want house of 75 to 100 rooms.
< t of the Untd justify so largea ------ a over
Thewhole population leaf raised generally in the United
>L-'a Total.......? 563073 561986 16921 25107 534511 55-5544 Best of references given and required.
1, t r VI States in 1880 was 50,155,783, production. Spirits of turpentinewas States is worth but 11 to 12 cents. Cleveland's plurality 1087.Garfield's Address at once.
the 15th in New York plurality, 21033. WILLIAM H. BRIGHTON.
t #. ds u' includes the non-voting popula- quoted on The demand for ,cigars has in- 455 State St., Albany,N. Y.

3 i Q K .tion in 3 i, territories and District of 'at 31! cents-in 1883 at 37 to 37* creased beyond any other product.In :ITEMS OF INTEREST. :
cents-in 1882 53 and 53* ,
+ +M' I i:(Jolumbia 783,882, leaving the popuilMian..of 1863 the number,of cigars manu- Bob Toombs voted on November 4th for AGENT,

"*! 4. I the States having electoral The price in Savannah on the 10th factured was about 200,000,000 the first time since reconstruction.Until WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL

1'.1'z;' + }1 ;!Uotes, 49,371,901. There are thirty- was only 28* cents. The lower 1883 the number was 3,867,645,000, yesterday General Logan had a AND STOCK DEALER,

I1 j! |<|ght,States having electoral votes ; of grades of rosin are lower than last or nineteen ,times as many. The chance of getting back in'the Senate. The BUTCHER ANDDealer

it *, .'k *!I!TJS,$ iihese, twenty: chose Cleveland electors year and higher grades command a production of tobacco in 1863 was action yesterday of Cook county gives the(Chicago Legislature) canvassingboard to the in If-3:

better .
Blame electors. price.Stammering TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,
t and eighteen. 23,852,387 pounds-in 1883 it was Democrats on joint ballot. It is safe to con-

LOlt f' The population of the twenty as many sufferers have 170,361,558 pounds, an increase of I 'clude,'perhaps, that Logan's political careeris BROOM STREET WHARF

I "States voting for Cleveland was in found, may sometimes be got rid of in a seven and a half times. So it will I, about ended. His English is so bad that 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.

t! 1 t ; The in simple way. A correspondent writes to the I he cannot write a history. Will he returnto
,. w i 4 1880, 27,322r113. population be seen ,that the use of cigars grows
Boston Transcript: I cured myself of an the practice of the law-Savannah New:.
r E1SSO: of :the States voting for Blaine annoying habit of stammering by in- much more rapidly than that of to- Some of the scientific papers are publish- LUCY COTTAGE,

1 :, was 22,049,788, showing a majority haling a deep breath between every bacco. It is said not to exhaust the ing an item to the effect that we are indebtedto Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,

,. of population of over five million in few words, and by never allowing myself to soil more than,other products and Pompeii for the canned fruit industry. It FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

'y' : :favor. o Cleveland.. So that it is speak unless the lungs were fully inflated.A always commands ready sale for appears that soon after the' excavation had
little careful attention soon made the Offers well furnished withor
to commenced a party of Americans ,found pleasant rooms ,
; , habit and
practice a now I never stammer cash.Gadsden some jars of preserved figs in the pantry of
,F s: yof the States; a majority of unless much excited." and Marion counties once : a lava-covered house. The contents were accommodated 2 MISS; also LUCY transient.0. THOMPSON.
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    h v 111 Ds1SAAL.sung bere portratit they secured, well Phow reSP proms lilwn- "-*'ullY services to ig Elicited.po;, a first-class superior of MR. CHAS.Artist work,; i fi DRY GOODS EORIllJ I i WITH A LARGE, ENTIRELY NEW AND FRESH STOCK OF .

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    ?promptly MAJ"IIA at* ded; t b.JJ & DOBBI 'S. FALL AND WINTER: GOODSWHICH
    ORR NT-

    LRGJ extensiyard t'oom and gardens WILL BE ADDED TO WEEKLY AS THE'SEASO ADVANCES.

    nacbed,on Alatl;} 11ft street; suitable forau
    family or bfr dingj'house. PossessIOn '
    e t 1st. Latest Styles in We have received stock ,
    be given abotttAugl: our GENTLEMEN'Furnishing '
    can t-i' GRAND FALL OPENIN.GIE; s. ''
    etc.1 f Fall Dress Goods, FALL CLOTHING, '
    For termS, a )ply {) Goods
    '" G. STARK. SILKS I" .r. "
    > 1'' CASHMERES,
    Men's Youth's.An
    t 18" -oF- Boys',
    'Fernandina MI: ,> 2, 4.
    Brocades, Alpacas, 'Velvets in all the
    ; line.
    -- elegant Also the
    CURTIS .k, CO., Velveteens, etc. Latest Styles in Hats. LATEST NOVELTIES.
    ESTATE AGENTS, Dress Goods Silks Cashmeres "'ro.":_
    Great Bargains A fine
    assortment of'Ve
    REAL, ST. :M.;RY'S, GEORGIA.Loans ''I IN are Special Agents for

    BLANKETS, COMFORTS, New Cloths and Cassimeres, BROWNING, ZING Ss CO.,
    ,:fortg gesiiegotiatedEx-
    effected. of New York,
    changes Linen Towels, Toweling,
    Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 ,
    ,Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000 And all House-Keeping Dry LEADING CLOTHIERS.
    acres acres,for sale. : BLANKETS I[ AND | HOUSE-FURNISHING I GOODS ) Goods. TRUNKS AND V VALISES Suits
    yB.-"St. Mary's having been selected I !} made to order and a
    as.tbe terminus qf; the Allan tic&Mississippi A large line of :Mattings. Rugs, Oil Cloths, Fit Guaranteed.
    Canal(under the survey nade for Government
    by General Gillmoijd), charters for the (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) JS5-U n d e r w e ar,- Fancy Goods and Notions SPECIAL ORDERS
    construction of which hiwing; been granted 'Hosieryand Gloves,
    bribe United Slates Government and the from Low-Priced to Fine Filled in New York
    !legislatures! of Georgia iftid: Florida, a large Hamburg* Edgings, Gloves and Mitts. Goods at Low Prices. AT BOTTOM PRICES. BY OUR f RESIDENT BUYER.
    of lands
    increase in the value adjacent may
    confidently looked for" (See New York ..
    So, 1I
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    y.'FIN'E'U 4, j.r I Gents' Furnishing Goods, s ; ; Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,

    8&*NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St. }- FERNANDINA, LA.

    r! 3LEft.tINIER. FALL CSLOTH2NCi- -

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    Linen Collars anjl Kid Gloves,

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    Eoop Siirts'ani: '. Laiies'i Underwear. '._'..:.':':'.' ;::;,, ,'_: '. : ,:.._: v,;",!;(!>>i' ):: : '; ,-.,.); :/ '.',:i:. .

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    HHt'll' II 1 1.I..f., I+I+I I .} I II I I II I I II I .oJ 11 I 1-f-l-- TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.


    }.[ ll1n""s,
    ; KjTES Have received entire Stock in department from the
    new ,
    just an every
    of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
    -M.Su- Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking advantage of cash pur- ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack'
    Large Grass Horfeosban J Express Wagons. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
    F chases enables us to offer our entire stock at such low
    i ---! This Line, having no Transfers between Fernamlina and New
    j FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR,'dFoujth[ Sts., Fernandina.C. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
    ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
    C. S. RATON & CO., "We have endeavored to select the JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT

    I tJEHEhUODE Latest and Most Stylish Designs to be Found
    Fla., the author-
    1.ed Agents to. LOntract,for the sale of their freight,passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to ,

    BRICK IN t and all,we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves,and see the R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
    .'H. :MALLORY & CO.,
    Parties\ ?U'tg to Pujchase will get all information Pier 20 East River,New York. 51-
    regards priCES from them.'
    Samples of:(jitr rent 4 ua hoes and styles ---JnIUENSE.BA.RGA.INSI: I
    can be secn at file ofhc&of"G : GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.

    MODE, BRO'S,
    . : Fernandina.MEROiIANT' .
    -i to be had in Fernandina at, the establishment of.. H. E. DOTTERER

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    removed pis business to the MODE BROTHERS .
    the New York rooms over ..-*_
    He J ; Faker on Centre t-reet. *
    bareceived i

    to goods make for tFCnt-m&n; ; a1 MSOf's wear<
    best style : 1P to suit all tastes in theRe ;-,
    airsrg J neatly- done DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS
    _Fernan ina.: fl ., July 12, 1884. ,
    PTE:: N "oljtainefl for new inventions

    and oneg all Caveat p ate ntbusiness,,;jOt:Infring for improvements ments,Trade-Marks in old GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.

    to. prompUy attended I

    en tFJ rED mAy still THAT,in most HAVE cases be BEEN pat- 'Boots Shoes Curtains Rugs Floor Oil' Cloths.WE ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
    entomY ,being,o polite the Hi: 8.Pat- ,
    , : e5 and engage j:in PATENT BUSI-
    e ats.EXCLUSIVELYwe in less : can secure pat- PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
    frol11 t' than those. who are remote HAVE JUST RECEIVED
    ll'ashing SELECTIONS OF
    "ben' '
    "e Inv ei\tors :send model or sketch '
    Ike search m'th8 Patent Office, and ;

    advise rre e.SPOnlle a to itr c. patentabilityabl Confidential' ;free fees of.reason charge, 100 :IEJC'ElS: : : BATTINGS: : = FINE TEAS AND COFFEES =

    and N0 CHARGE
    ,ter refer bfpermisston, to the City Post- THE'BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. ; v- the Superintendent of the
    in Money Order Division in Wash-

    \'ice,gtn.'termsor) !,etc Special;,address references,circular,ser- MODE BRO'S NEW GOODS: Received by Every Steamer

    ODD. L .c- A. SNOW & CO., ,
    Paten F pmce. Washington,D.C., 2. 18.11' : ':( FERN NDINA., FLORIDA. Cor. Second and Centre'Sts., FERNA.NDINA.FLA..

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    j County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue W. F. Trantham, County'Judge-M. J.Solomons. County Judge-A. H. Brownell.
    United States Officers. Ocala.
    .' 'Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Clerk-' W. Jeter. Clerk T. Pitman.
    i ; Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Fort McCoy.
    Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Treasurer-J.E.Roberts. Treasurer-Daniel D. Gillis.
    Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. derson. MONROE COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-Thos,P. Shuler. Collector ofRet'enue'Villiam Tucker
    Surv or-General-Yalachl! Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. Assessorof Taxes-Wm. E. Shuler.Superintendent Assessor of.To.xa-J. J. Newton.

    i J.hasseej., derson., Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. ofSchools-Dr.T.H.Jackson.ESCAMBIA. Superintendent of Schools-Whit nell
    .; Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, SAmfGeofge'A..Demerritt, Key,West. Cnrrv
    *; Sanderson. Assessorof Taxes. -Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
    Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Key West. County Judge-N. C. Shackelford. County Judge'V m. B. Jones.

    Jar8hal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Collector of Ret'enue-'Mason S. 'Moreno, Clerk-F. E. de la Rua. Clerk-J. E. Skipper.
    I W. H. Hutchitison.TreamrerJ.S. E. P. :
    I Walter Jacksonville. Sheriff Sheriff
    -Philip Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. I .
    INTERNAL REVENUE.: Sheriff W. W. Tumblin Starke. Superintendent of Sclcools-J. V. Harris.,Key I Treasurer-Thomas Miller.
    j jj Collector of Revenue-Manuel Palms.Assessor Collector of Ret.'mue-John
    West. Roche.
    Assessor Lake
    i-ctor-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, i
    ; Butler. NASSAU COUNTY.CountyJudgcHintol1 of Taxes-George Reese. Assessor of Taxes-George W. Cook.

    COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry' Haynes., J. Baker, Fernan Superintendent Schools-N. M. Scarritt. Superintendent of Schools-I).H. Horn.

    I :. John W. How.efl.Fernandina: : Santa Fe.Superintendent. dina. WALTON. CALHOUN.

    f i Edwin.Hig ins, Jacksonville! of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. County Judge-Daniel McLeod, Sr. County Judge William Clark.

    ;i ;: John F.*House,.. .,,,St. Augustine. Starke. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Clerk-D. G. McLeod. Clerk-James S. Fannin.
    .T ;* r, *. i i. 1'<\ BREVARD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Sheriff--J. W. Campbell. Sheriff Joseph S. Stone.

    j ;. j' ;: State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory; City nandina. Treasurer-James S. Bowers. Treasurer-J. P. Richards.
    ,: i: i; Point. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Collector of Rct.'enue- McLeod. Collector of Revenue Joel P. Atkins
    \ -' \I.I EXECUTIVE'DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Assessor of Taxes-D. L. Campbell. Assessor of Taxes-John M. Bush

    i: '! Go.Jtrnor-'Vm. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John'H. Laws, City Point. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Superintendent of Schools-Jno. C. Douglas. I Superintendent of Schools" G. Coiwell
    ; botham Callahan.
    Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor-
    1 .i ;j Lieiaenant-Governor-Livingston i W. Beth- gianna. County Treasuree Gustav Stark Fernan
    : tel K,; West. 'l ,-
    y dina. THE CELEBRATED
    Collector of Revenue-D.W. McQuaig, Bre- i
    : :t Secretary of'State-Jphn'L.: Crawford, Taljahassee. vard County. I ORANGE COUNTY.
    f' "
    ;: ;, Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of ScJiools.' -M. E. English., County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlando. WOOTON DESKS.
    Clerk Thos/J.
    J I' .urer-Henry A. L'Engle Tallahassee. Shine Orlando.
    CLAY COUNT Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Orlando.
    : j t .ttcmuy-Genera.t-George P. Raney, Talla- t
    : t 13.Ssce. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort SOLID COMFORT OFFICEEVERYBODY APPLIcr

    ; 4 Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. : Reid, Fla. ; ,, '
    : 1! !Tallahassee.. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Collector of Revenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford.

    : :: 'Stipifrintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford., .
    : Fostei1 Tallahassee. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks

    I AUltt IIl-G.eneral-J.E. Yonge,Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Branning. Fort Reid. DELIGHTED
    Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. PUTNAM COUNTY.
    BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. d WITH THEM.

    .: Cbni.missioner-A.' A. 'Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. fJ/erk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka. t _
    see. COLUMBIA COUNTY. ShN"ijf-Tbomas Shally.
    n : "" Clerk-R. C. Long Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Assessor-A. Woods..

    i: L Special Jacksonville.Agent-Columbus Drew Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Collector of.Revenue-Joseph Price.' No. 8 Flat Top. \V,hy use Desks of ordinaryconstruction

    building: Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
    :s !;: SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A.; D. Brown, Lake City. Strickland. when, for slight

    ] Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. W _] additional cost you can have

    j' Associate Justice-J. Wcstcott, jr.,Tallahas- Superintendent of ScllOols-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. = the benefit of our improve

    see. Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. ments? Awkward closets and
    Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL ,COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. 1 'aw n A-
    ; '..Jacksonville.i County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner side drawers done away with.

    j'i Clerk-V. H.Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. Perry. substitute revolving cases,

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

    First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. County Sun'eyor-D.\ N. Cox, Perry. ;' 4a1 I t touch of the hand, and ar&
    sacolL Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- Collector.of Ret'enue-J.,B. Hardee; Perry. Q: I R, I ;IG rs w
    :. : thus enabled to furnish double-
    Assessor Taxes
    sonville. of -n. L. Henderson.ST. .
    Second Circuit-David S. Walker: ,Tallahassee. rai I, the
    Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, JOHN'S COUNTY. ? = space generally given on

    Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. __ = each side; and when cases are
    ;f County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus-
    Schools-Albert J. Rus- ,
    Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jacksonville Superintendent of tine. open, the whole interior is
    sell Jacksonville. -
    ; : Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. flooded with light and alt
    I Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. SJieriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine No. 14 LowDown Roll Top. portions readily reached with

    :: ville4: County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. of A of offered for selection and
    change to
    :. Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. :M. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine. position. variety rotary cases are applied

    : Sct nth Circuit-W. Archer Cock Sanford Sheriff{ Sampson Altman, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, the Desk as wantedl We apply this principle to a great variety of desks.

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

    ': Court Calendar Collector of Revenue W. H. H. McLeod. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, THE -WOOTON
    .-: Columbia County.Superintendent St. Augustine. .
    ; i i FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed,
    :. FalllTerm- SUMTER COUNTY. -
    Jasper. Cabinet Office
    .: i Satita Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. County Judge-J.. R. Steele:, Leesburg -

    : WMton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-ThomaS J. Ivey, Leesburg. 5ri aI.k
    L. Frierson Brooks- '
    : : Holmes, 2d Wednesday. after 4th Monday ville.County Judge-W. Sheriff J. Dyches, Leesburg.
    ; in October. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin.
    Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. The most spacious and elegant desk ever presented -
    2d Monday after 4th Mondayin Collector
    Wjxshington, of Ret.'enue-Joseph Hutchinson,
    : sheriff-J. B. Mickler Brooksville. One hundred and
    October. Sumterville. [ ; to the business public.
    I ';; Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- rrII ten compartments, as shown in cut,, all under

    Oqtojber.Escambia. ville. ston, Sumterville. ?I r, T for Merchants
    : '
    ;: ; 1st Monday in December Collector of Revenue-F.M.Hedich,Brooks ; i y one lock and key. Especially adapted
    ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. i Manufacturers Bankers, Railroad Officials
    ; THis act amended section 2 of act of February !
    t: i 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A.M.C. Russell, County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live ''' QD a' n and Professional !;enerall .

    Fort Dade.
    : Spring Term.
    i | THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
    Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak.
    Spring Term
    s L. Crane
    County Judge-H. Tampa.
    Assessor of Taxes-G.W.Umsted,Welborn. ADDRESS
    ; ; .Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Wooton Cabinet Office Secretary. :
    Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions
    i Apr; Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa.
    ; Madison, 2d Monday in April.Hamilton Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Welborn. WOOTON DESK MANUFACTURING CO.,
    Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
    : 4th Monday in April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens,
    . 'Siiwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Tampa. Live Oak. RICHMOND: IND., U. S. A.
    April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson
    Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

    : in April.Lifavette. JEFFERSON. prise.ClerkJohn. SEWING JITACEINES.PIEyRUNj
    6th Tuesday after 4th Monday W. Dickins, Enterprise. J
    County Judge-"W. B. Lamar, Monticello.
    i in Sheriff W. A. Cone
    :J..prll.Fall'Term Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Enterprise.
    Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Glen .
    Taylor -1st after 1st in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Cove. Hodges, .- ,;: :" ,.:- ; t :
    Tuesday Monday
    1 Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor
    : ..
    October. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Glen ,
    "; Monticello. Bryan, .
    3ladison, 2d Monday in October. Cove. .
    i Girardeau '
    Treasurer W. M. Mon-
    : II Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello.County Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, ; ;',:: Q

    : after 4th Enterprise..
    -Stwannee,1st Monday Monday .
    Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon-
    ; in Qctober. WAKULLA COUNTY.
    {i .;;. O lumbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
    ;. October. keenah. Sheriff-Charles'Alligood. Crawfordville. Ewil UME
    : \ Dtfayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Clerk"'Nat" : Walker, Crawfordville. THE FLORIDA
    : tin (jctober. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
    W.'J. New
    County Dixon Troy.
    ; : t! FOURTII CIRCUIT Judge Crawfordville.
    : j ]
    Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
    : f'J Spring TermS County Treasurer-'W. W. Walker, Craw- TOWN
    '" ; : j John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. fordville. .

    : ': i.Cal( 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey ew 'CoUectoroj Revenue-R. C.McMillan,Craw-
    Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Fernandiha,
    County Treasurer-J. M.'N. Peacock New
    ; : fc Laker, 2d Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw-
    : t : Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Towns on R. R. Line

    ; i : J'. Laval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, SANTA ROSA.
    Old Town. And Cedar Key.
    i :I ;: Si.Term- 2d in Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, County Judge-John Chain.
    ;: John's Tuesday September.
    l ; Clerk-R. R. Shepard.TreasurerRobert .
    : : : Clay .4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. Robinson.

    ; I f. II Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Collector of Re'Ienue'v. Williams.
    :; i Piker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
    Assessor of Taxes-W. J. Stephens. |lOfiers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
    a 3d in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee.
    L Nassau: Tuesday Schools-David
    Superintendent of Tinner.
    in November. Clerk-C. A, Bryan Tallahassee.
    ? 1st ,
    I'i Ijuyal, Tuesday number of the most eligible and desirable
    4 ii FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, POLK.

    t i Spring Term- Tallahassee. County Judge-J..A..Fortner. Lots; suitable for Business 'Purposes, or for
    Treasurer-J. L. Tallahassee. .
    ( f Sjimter, 3d Monday in March. Demilly Clerk-S. J. Pearce. .
    : 1 :
    Collector of Rcz'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- W.)!. Bowen.
    arion, 4th Monday in :March. Sheriff City or Suburban Residences,
    j : 'ljutnam; 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Treasurer-F. F. Beville. '
    1 Majch.lievy. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-J. D. Filles. 1 r

    t ,. 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Johnson. UPON EASY .TERMS., ;

    : March. LEVY COUNTY. -: \ Superintendent of Schools-P. R. McCrary.DADE. Lt .

    i'; 4lachua,4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ) :
    I. 1\Ijrch. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
    r .' Fall Term- ,Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. County Judge-Allen E.. Heyser. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- 14\\ ctif
    W> 4umter,1st Monday in October. Collector of Revenue It. B. Barco Cedar Clerk-P. W. Faulkner. 3ri

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

    tI: 4 Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. Collector of Ret'C11ue-'Vm. H. Benest.Assessor erty purchased substantial improvementsfor

    ;' Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in MADISON COUNTY.County of Taxes-Wm. H. Benest.

    r November. R. M. JACKSON. residence:or in which to conduct their
    II Judge- Witherspoon, Madi
    I SEVENTH CIRCUIT. son., County Judge-George F. Baltzell.
    "a j t Sffing Tt'rm- Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Clerk-Frank Philips. business. R1IGULAfi.
    : I
    a l' l>range, 4th Monday in January.iTolusia .
    Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison SlI.eriff-Andrew Scott.
    rya,,., i : ,3d Monday in February. Superintendent of Schools-.Samuel J.Perry, Treasurer-James ''E. Heam. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS pp. rIM ERi( PI' NEVER:
    ;; Brcvard 1st in :March. { EV
    5 ryk : Monday w 0i10ER.CJl I
    Madison. Collector of Ret'enue-John B. :Anderson. Ol1T Of
    ....', + : lade,3d Monday in April. by exemption for a term of from
    years .
    County Treasurer S. S. Smith, Madison. Assessor of Taxes-W. B. Wynn. AS No EQUA .
    -; ;, ; I til TermOrange- Collector of RC'lenueB. D. :Wadsworth Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J.Erwin.
    < ; 2d Monday in August.Tolusia .- Madison. taxation, offered by the several cities and CHlRt t

    (.. ': 2d Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- FRANKLIN. NRWH JhIGIi
    :- :: ..:: Brevard. 4th Monday in: September. ison. County Judge-Robert G. Baker. towns. Apply to '
    i ';i..;.' '! Dade; 21 Monday in November MANATEE COUNTY. Clerk J. A. Atkins. CHAS. W..LEWIS f 30 UNION SQUARE NEVVYORK.ILL .

    F. ," .. ; SJieriff S. A. Floyd. Fernandina. \ RAMC t-'f.lAN14
    I, "tj: County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Treasurer R. H. Porter. p tOffice, cor. Beach &7th sts. G 0 () F
    i Officers.
    ./"'. : j' County Clerk-Robert S. Griffith,. :Manatee. ILL., MASS. GA-

    '.r"- ,; j f, ALACIIUA. Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine Le el.Asse.or Collector of Rerenne-George A. Patton. FOR SALE BY
    :j Assessor of Taxes-F. J. Egbert. ., 1,ari-! ,.... .' .'_"", ,r.' .- ,
    jCbiwi/y Judge-JunIus Gardner of Taxes W. F. Parrish Braden-
    'i'\ C. Gaines ,
    Superintendent of Schools-Henry C. Hicks.
    I ", u, .
    '' town. "
    S T, : ville.Clerk. ," JAMES McCIFFIA',

    , ,. ", -'': .> ', Sheriff-J.'A.. C.Carlisle Tucker,, Arreilondo.Gainesville. Popash.. Collector. of Revenue-clarion G.. Carlton, Countg Judge-J.GADSDEN..R. Hams. -'-"* r'., r :f'ei; .. .,,,,.y"';; } :kj." ,,,:/. '/ <: CONTRAqTOR AND BUILDER

    .\.: t AsrrC8Or.'Taxcs' S. H. Wienges, Gainesv Superintendent of Schools-: Felix Jl:Seward, Clerk-Henry S. Reeves.Sheriff : _:;;: .

    lie. Pine Level. Thomas Mitchell. and Third,
    ....: : '., Alachua Street; between Second
    _, : :Collector of Rez'enue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. Treasurer- A.M.. Smith. 5 f. .: '

    : ;'. ,- vUle. i1;; ffSuperintendent County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Collector of Ret'entle-TI.: Morgan. :r,-1 t_... .;; i i" :- .. FERN "DIN. FLA.
    i) ,:" .: !;' ( of Schools-W. N. Sheats. ,, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Assessor of Taxa-Hanlliton :McPhanl. i '.. : 9 i Orders and estimates from a distance care-
    I ., Gainesville.: Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Superintendent School*-C..E.'L. Allison. I :t <\\t-i "
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    I -.".::''. ,, 4, \ I f. 't .;1.,, .' .' -,'. .,,'r ":; .,'...',,'}.. ; .. wi' fully attended to. -

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    MIRROR : "NOVEMBER 22 :: 1884

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    In the Circuit Court Fourth \
    Circuit'in and for the DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. GOING NORTH. ST.:MARK'S BRANCH. .

    County, of Nassau, Florida, .EST Day A.M.Pas. Nt Pas.P.M. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST,MARK'S.) _

    Josiah H. Prescott .nLISH D 1875. Leave Cedar Key................... 7.35 7.50 Leave Tallahassae.................... ... 8.00 ajm.,
    .. .1 Leave.Rosewood........ 8.07 8.30 ArriveWakulla_........................... 9.05 am- :'H. Boynton vs. I notice of Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.38 9.12 Arrive St. Mark's-.......................: 9.30am ',:
    LW[IGN>" mess under doing busAttachment.. Leave Bronson............. 9.15 10.00 Leave St. Mark's-...;.....;.............10.00 ,'.',
    F2oYA&1 ijw t, style of John the name and] Amount ,DRUGS and MEDICINES Leave Archer....................... 9.45 10.35 Arrive Wakulla-..........................10.25 a m
    Son. Boynton's Sworn to Leave Palmer. 10.54 Arrive Tallahassee....................11.30 a ra
    $1,000. Leave Arredondo..10.15 11.11

    ,4 4.N THE above named defendant, John H., Leave Gainesville.................10.40 11.36 CONNECTIONS.At .
    nt O t of the City of New York, doing HORSEY & CO. A. M. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for ';'

    business under the name and style of Arrive Waldo...... .. ............11.23 12.30 all points North and East; with the Fernan- "
    John Boynton's Son'is hereby notified to Leave Waldo-. 2.00 dina &Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-

    enter his appearance in and to the above entitled Leave.Thurston...................11.56 2.30P. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
    attachment suit commenced against =1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1= M. the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc.
    him in! said court by Josiah H. Prescott Leave Starke.. 2.47 At Baldwin..with Florida Transit & Pen-

    Plaintiff, on or before the first Monday in Leave Temple's....................12.37 '2.57 insular Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer-
    January, 1885, and to plead or demur to the Leave Lawtey_.............12.58 3.23 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. '
    declaration filed therein on or before the Street, Leave Highland............ 1.14 3.45 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida
    first Monday in February, 1885 or judgmentwill Leave 1.1axville.-..:..' 1.34 4.15 &Western Railroad.At .
    be entered against him by'default. FERNANDINA, "FLORIDA, Arrive Baldwin .;...... 2.00 4.50 Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

    H. J. BAKER, Leave BaldWIn........;... 2.05 5.40 Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- '.
    Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit. constantly on hand a fine assort- Leave Brandy Branch............. 2.25 6.00 urdays. _
    -AKIJ4G J. A. EDWARDS Clerk Circuit Court. KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-, Leave Dutton.._. 2.40 6.15 At Chattahpochee River, with the Pensa-
    Fernandina Fla. September G 1884-3m EIGN and Arrive Callahan. cola & Atlantic Railroad for :Marianna. Pen-
    DOMESTIC ..... : ........ 3.10 6.50 '
    Leave Callahan.................. 3.18 7.10 sacola;Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
    iP Master's Sale. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 4.08 8.06 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
    P r Drugs and Chemicals., Arrive'Fernandiaa... 4.38 8.40 and Northwest and with all boats for Apa-
    AND BY VIRTUE OF A lachicola Columbus and Eufaula.
    UNDER rendered in the Circuit Courtof Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines l 35-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; The Shortest Quickest and Best Route to
    PJDER the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Night Passenger, daily.PENINSULAR. all points West.Through .

    Nassau County, on the 4th day of September Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths '.
    A. D. 1883, by W. B. Young, Esq., referee = DIVISION. secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
    Abs&jut'ely Pure. in the snit of D. M. Hammond vs. WALDO WILDWOOD and at new office southwest corner of Bay
    Thos. J. Wharton, for foreclosure of mort- FINE TOILET ARTICLES, AND ) and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
    I gage, I will, as Special Master named in GOING A. o. MACDONELL,
    rOTCDjEIt' ) varies. A marvel
    T I HIS *'.streng h and wholesomeness.More said decree offer for sale to the highest bid- PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., Pas Nt Pas. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent,
    of purity P.M. A.M.
    der, before the Court-Housedoorin Fernan- Fernandina, Fla.C. .
    economical than the ordinary kinds, dina the first Leave 'Val do......................?. 3.00 12.40 W. MAXWELL,
    and cannot be.sold Jut competition with the being, on the third day Monday.of of said month November betweenthe next, IN GREAT VARIETY.! Leave Dixie........................... 3.21 1.10 Master of Transportation,

    multitude of tow: test,short weight t, alum or legal hours of sale on said day, all the Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 3.37 1.33 Baldwin, Fla.
    phosphate[PP,'ders.- \Sold only in cans. estate, title, and interest which Thomas, J. Leave Lochloosa..............:...... 3.57 2.03 D. MAXWELL,
    EOYAt nA.I 'G POWDER CO., Wharton had on the 28th day of A. jt 3 Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Orange Lake................ 4.21 2.33 General Superintendent,
    ; flOG W411 Street. New York. D. in'and April, Leave Sparr's................... .... 4.36 2.52 Fernandina Fla.
    33 : 1877 to lot No. ((9)) nine, in Block carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
    No. Leave Anthony Place............ 4.51 3.08
    Twenty-five ((25)) in the City of Fernan-
    dina reasonable :prices. Leave Silver Spring............... 5.31 3.35 Savannah
    $$5 ELECTRIC LIGHT \\lIIOS // Terms, Nassau cash,County purchaser, Florida.paying for title.J. Leave Ocala.........................;.. 5.45 4.00 Florida and Western
    Leave Lake Weir Station........ 6.25 4.50 RAILWAY.
    receipt irf $:) w4 f"-,' A. ELLERMANN Master., In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Arrive Oxford!....................... 6.42 5.09

    will send you An Elect --_ i Fernandina Fla. 29 Special 1884. 45-td Circuit, Nassau County, Leave Wildwood................... 7.00 5.30 WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.
    trio Lamp. ;Burglajr :::::: !I :; z Sept. Florida. Arrive Leesburg..................... 7.33 6.10
    Alums$1. Call:ltclly}} : ,". .z Sheriff's JANE \. MOORE GOING NORTH.' All trains of this road are run by Central
    Sale. ((90th) Meridian time which is 33 minutes-
    $1. Electric Gas Lighter /' vs. }I DIVORCE. A.Y. P.M. ...
    Telegraph ;liistrunents + UNDER and by virtue of an execution BERNIAH MOORE. J Leave Leesburg...................... 6.50 6.00 slower than Jacksonville time.
    ,Medical Battc. out of the Circuit Court, Fourth Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.22 7.00
    Ties&c. i j ; Judicial Circuit, in and for Nassau County APPEARING, FROM .AFFIDAVITfiled Leave Oxford.............;............ 7.33 7.17 ON and after Sunday, November 2, 18s..t.
    "In regard Ito your new Electric Light in a suit in salt Court determined wherein that Berniah Moore, the defendant, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.49 7.40 Trains will leave and arriveas

    we think you will be exceedingly successful Theo. Starbuck is plaintiff and Henry Ho- resides beyond the limits of the State of Leave Ocala................:......... 8.30 8.42 follows:
    I in securing itsiiniversal adoption. bein defendant, I have levied upon and will Florida, so that ordinary process cannot be Leave Silver Spring........::...... 8.41. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
    i, Very truly yours' .;MINER & REDFIELD, sell at public auction in front of the Courthouse served upon him ; now, therefore, it is or- Leave Anthony Place...........: 9.15' 9.28
    } )f 37 Broadway, N. Y." in the ciir of Fernandina, on Mondaythe dered that a hearing be had upon the facts Leave Sparr's......................... 9.25 9.45 Leave Jacksonville daily at-......... 7:40 a m
    "I witnessed'j with uyich pleasure the testsof 1st day of December 1884, during the charged in complainant's bill of complaint, Leave Orange Lake................ 9.40 '10.08 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 8:00 p 111
    I your new $l'ectriq Light. I believe you legal hours of sale the south half of Lot 3 filed in above stated cause, on the first Monday Leave Lochloosa............... ....10.02 10.45 Arrive at Callaahn daily at............ 8:20 a m
    will find no difficulty in bringing it into of the south-west quarter of section twenty- in October next. Leave Hawthorne.................10.23 11.15 Arrive at Waycross'daily at..10:00 a m
    general use. Eastern :Man. Northwestern four (24)), Township two ((2)), North, Range JAMES M. BAKER, Judge. Leave Dixie.........................10.40 11.35 Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 1:30 p m
    June 20th, 1884. 31-3m Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........ 3:30
    Lumberman.: HENRY BINGHAM. twenty-eight ((28)) East, containing twenty- A. 1\I. p
    "We take p easnre in stating that the testswe eight acres more or less. Levied upon as the Arrive Waldo... ..... ............11.05 12.15 Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at... 3:52 p m
    made of your Electric Light proved property of Henry Hobein. Sunday Arrive at Pensacola daily at..10:05 p m
    satisfactory; You will have a large perfectly Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. SEA ISLAND ,ROUTE. :Night.JI2J'Passenger Day Passenger daily.F. .daily except ; Arrive at Mobile daily at............... 2:40 a m
    Arrive at New Orleans at...... 7:45
    :and ready sal<. Yours truly J. A. ELLERMANN Sheriff. daily a m
    i : RICHARDS & Co, Fernandina, Fla., October 30th, 1884-td GEORGIA AND FLORIDA Arrive at Savannah daily at........ 1:30 p.m.
    24an'j 26 Fourth Avenue, N. Y." & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. Arrive at Charleston daily at......... 7:25 p m

    The above.testimonials explain them- In.Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Inland Steamboat Co. (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) Connecting'at Chattahoochee with Pensa-
    selves. ;. GOING SOUTH. cola and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensa-
    WE WAIT \ NUMBER OF LIVE AGENTS. Circuit, Nassau County, Fla. Leave Fernandina...................... 7.30 a. m. cola. Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, all trans-
    : G; W., FOSTER & CO., Lettie Millervs. Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.05 a. m. Mississippi points. Possengers for Bruns-
    43-3ra J 21 Parkllow N. Y. 1 Notice of ,M HEATl-NO! DUSTBUT Arrive Jacksonville.............. ...... 9.10a.m. wick take this train, arriving at Brunswickvia

    ----1 j f1 ., = John,H. Boynton. attachtuentiness :. -;-* GOING NORTH.. B. & W. R. R.-at 12.45 p. m.
    : under the Amount A Delightful Sail Along the Picturesque Leave Jacksonville....................- 5.00p.m. Pullman Buffet Sleeping -Cars on this
    .. style of John dOing.buS.'j sworn to$400 Leave Hart's Road.................:.... 6.04p.m. train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, :Mobile
    : FINEri t Son. Sea Islands. Arrive Fernandina..................... 6.40p.m. and New Orleans.
    r above' named defendant, John, H. S3*Trains daily'except Sunday.
    ....................... ..........-......................... THE of the City of New York, do- -- SUNDAY ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS.
    ing' business under the name and style of B@"A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE a EXCURSION.A..M. P.M. Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 1:25 p m

    j MILLINERY John Boynton's Son, is hereby notified to --. Leave Jacksonville... ............ 9.10 6.55 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:30: p m
    Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 2:04 m
    ................"...... ....... ...... enter his appearance in and to the above THE STEAMER Arrive Fernandina..10.30 8.20 p
    ( ......................... Arrive Waycross daily at........... 3:50 m
    ; entitled attachment suit commenced against Leave Fernandina................. 7.00 5.00 p
    'i ; him by Lettie :Miller, plaintiff, on or before w Arrive Jacksonville............... 8.25 6.25 Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 5:25 p m
    : -AT- the first Monday in January, 1885, and to Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 7:40 p m
    plead or demur to the declaration filed in Pullman Parlor Cars Jacksonville to Sa
    KIN4YSBAZARHATS .said cause on or before the first :Monday in S CONNECTIONS.AT vannah. This train stops at all local stations -
    February 1885, or judgment by default will between Jacksonville and Savannah.
    be entered against FERNANDINA, FLA.,
    : ---- you., FAST MAIL.
    : H. J. BAKER ..... With New York and Fernandina Steam-
    ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and Leave Jacksonville daily at........... 7:30 pm'
    BONNETS RIBBONS Attorney for Plaintiff in above suit.
    ST. NICHOLAS Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00 m
    Clerk Circuit Court. for New York on Thursday.
    With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- Arrive at Callahan daily at-......... 3:10 p m
    RiTHESS LACE Fernandina, Fla., September 6. 1884. LEA YES FERNANDINA EVERY MON- nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... 5:05 p m
    FLOWERS. and Friday mornings. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 6:35 p m
    : FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER Returning, leaves SAVANNAH, foot of CALLAHAN. Arrive at Savannah daily at......... 8:17 p m
    A Full line of'Elegant "lace and .Ulnll ,Fichus, Lincoln street every Sunday and Thursday I To and from Savannah and Charleston, Arrive at Charleston daily at........ 1:45 a m
    North and'West .
    at 8:30 o'clock standard time. and all points daily.AT b.
    FOR SALE CHEAP : mornings, : Arrive at Washington D. daily-11:00 p m
    CHAIE LISSfi RUCHINGS BALDWIN FLA., Arrive at New York daily at......... 6:40 a m
    ; 1 AND SLABS, For,Regular and Special Excursion Tickets To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Pullman Palace Buffet and Sleepiag Cars
    Linen EDGINGS 10 cents per load. and all points' South, West, and Northwest, Jacksonville to New-York without change.
    Collars and Kid Gloves, -TO-
    Points in Florida, Cuba, :Mexico, AT HAWTHORNE, JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.
    911of the Latest Styles. From $5 to $16 per M ft., 'To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT Leave Jacksonville! daily at-......... 7:00 p m
    according to quality. apply to LEVE & ALDEN, corner of Bull WILDWOOD. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...... 7:50 a m

    FANS DRESSED LUMBER, and Bryan streets, Savannah. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Arrive at Callahan daily at............ 7:50 p m ,
    P.4EASOLS, CORSETS, $12 to $20 per M. feet. Brunswick passengers either way will be Tampa daily except Sunday.AT Arrive at Waycross daily at..10:05 p m "
    transferred at St. Simon's by Steamer Ruby. Arrive at Jesup daily at................11:55 p m
    !!lop SKris Lades' Orders by Telephone promptly attended to Freight not signed for 24 hours after arri- CEDAR KEY, FLA., Arrive at Macon daily at.-............ 7:50 am' ,-
    $& Underwear.
    4 WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, val will be at risk of consignee.F. .' With Morgan's Line Steamships'for Key Arrive at Atlanta daily at.............11:59 a m
    ; *, W, Steam Saw and Planing Mill. W.. SIMMONS: ,Agent, West and Havana every Saturday; for New Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars via .!
    Office foot Centre Street. '8 Ferri andina,Fla. Orleans every Friday ; from' Key West and Waycross. apd Pullman Palace SleepingCars ;'
    C. WILLIAMS, Gen. Ag't, 'Havana every Friday: from New Orleans via Jesup Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
    H-H-ii 11 i j. .H. H i :
    :f} i : 'i Savannah, Ga. every Saturday. Connections at Atlanta with Western and ;
    ;; SDMjMESK GAMES i! J. N. HARRIMAN, ,Manager. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and
    ,for and from West Monday and
    PATENTSMUNN Key Georgia Railroads for all points West and 'j
    +++tt I 1"! I I II I I I I I I M I t I Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Mon- Northwest.

    Croquet tinne to act as Solicitors for Patents caveats TradeMarks For information respecting routes, rates, ;
    Seth afld Base-BaU: Bats at .........
    Copyrights, for the United States, Canada.Knpland to General Ticket Office Fernan- Leave Jacksonville daily 8:50 p m
    : i i l<'ranceZermany.,etc. Hand Book about CARD etc., apply Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..... 6:15 a m
    Patents sent free. experience. to the Company's offices in Jack-
    LUm 4E 4! KITES, ETC. Patents obtained through ThirtYlieven"ears'MUNN&CO.are noticedIn OF THE dina sonville.or Arrive at Callahan daily at........... 9:35 p m
    t the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest best,and NAVIGATION COMPANY. Arrive at Waycross daily at..........11:40 p m
    ; 'i -ALhO: most Weekly.widely Splendid circulated engravings scientific and paper.Interesting 13.20 a FLORIDA RAILWAY, ROUTE. Leave Gainesville daily at............. 5.40 p In-
    Large Grass Hat formation. Specimen copy of the: Scientific America FLORAL CITY Leave Live Oak daily at............... 8.50pm \
    >amoYk$ and Express Wagons. n sent free. Address MUNN&CO.pork.8CIENTIYIOAMERICAN In Effect' July, 13th, 1884. Arrive at DuPont daily at.............11:00 pm
    Office 261 New
    .. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. Arrive at Thomasville daily at...... 6:00 am/;
    (JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER.) Arrive at Albany daily at10:30 a m 't:'
    KING'S BAZAK, MERCHANT TAILOR. (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.) WESTWARD. Arrive at Montgomery daily at...... 7:48 p m :

    (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) No.1. No. 3. Arrive at Jesup daily at................ 3:42 a m I
    Cor. Centre oiid Poprth Sts., Fernandina. Accom. Mail. Arrive at Brunswick daily at......- 6:15 am'
    : R., G. McQUITTYHas GOING SOUTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas. Leave Jacksonville....... 8.30am 5.55pm Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 6:05 a m .J
    t 'P.M. Arrive Baldwin ............ 9.11 am 8.03 p m Arrive at Charleston daily at..12:40 p m. )
    i i. A.M. Baldwin............ 9.15am 7.45pm Cars J ckson"j"j
    .... ...... 4.38 Leave Pullman Palace Sleeping
    I I removed his business to the rooms over 'Leave Fernandina...... .10.05 '
    'Lake City..........10.43am 11.04pm vine to Louisville via Thomasville. .
    wK.. !jBAlTKNIGHT the New York Bakery, on Centre street. Leave Hart's Road Junction..10.35 5.12 ...... 1.30 "
    Live Oak.. ... 11.35 am m, and Cars Jacksonville ,;
    p Pullman Sleeping -
    He has received an assortment of seasonable Arrive Callahan....................11.20 6.14 ." '
    Madison ............ 1.07p m 3.45 am D. C. Pullman
    I AGENT, goods for gentlemen's wear, and is preparedto Leave Callahan....................11.30 6.30 to Washington, '-J
    Monticello ......... 1.40pm 5.30am Gainesville to Savan- :'
    WHOLMULE .......... ....11.57 7.05 Palace Sleeping Cars ,
    -AND RETAIL make them up to suit all tastes in the Leave Dutton........ .. 8.14
    Arrive Tallahassee.... 3.26 pm am nah. Connections at Montgomery with :,
    best style. P. jj Tallahassee......._ 3.33 m 8.40 a m and Nashville Railroad for New .
    DUTCHEJIJAKD Leave Louisville
    'D STOCK p :l
    ,DEALER, ?* done. Branch_........._12.12 7.22
    .03 neatly Leave
    Quincy......_...... 4.35pm Orleans and Texas points and the West and. ,!!
    I 11DIpe314r Fernandina Fla., July 12, 1884. Arrive Baldwin..12.30 7.45 Arrive Chatta. River... 5.45 m 12.23 a m Northwest. At Savannah with Central,
    : In Ice Leave Baldwin_.....................12.35 8.30 p Railroad for all points West and .::;
    Leave Maxville.................... 1.02 9.02 EASTWARD.No. Georgia Savannah Railway ':
    TEXXESSEK ] EwE$' A SPECIALTY, C. C. STRATTON & CO., Leave Highland.................... 1.22 9.27 ,No. 4. Northwest.for all Charleston North and, with steamshipsfor ;'i,
    points -
    I t Leave Lawtey.......................- '1.37 9.47 Accom. Mail. Boston and
    BUfOMSRF.ET| WHARF, OF MACON, GEORGIA, Leave Temple's...................... 1.55 10.16 Leave Chatt'chee ver.10.30 a m 1.30 p m New York Philadelphia with, "
    19-tf : Leave Starke......................:. 2.20 10.25 .Quincy............11.52am 3.15pm Baltimore. At Charleston and steamshipsfor Baltimore. ,
    -_ i, .r ERNANDINA; FLA.SefeithJsM HAVEl\IADETHE MODE BRO'S, Leave Thurston_..................- 2.32 10.44 Arrive Tallahassee..12.55 p m 4.50 p m New York.Tickets Philadelphia sold to all by Rail "
    -4_---- Fla., the author- Arrive 'Val do........................ 2.52 11.16 Leave Tallahassee ......-. 1.05 p m 5.20 p m Through connections points and Baggage
    LUCy .(JOT AGE' ized Agents to contract for the sale of their A.M. Monticello-....... 1.40 p m 6.30 p m and Steamship : .I

    .. wi. ; Leave Waldo........................ 3.00 1.00 Madison ............ 3.43pm 9.55pm and Checked sections through.secured Also at Company's Sleeping Car office berths in ';1

    | near Egmont Hotel, BRICK IN ANY QUANTITIES.Parties Leave Gainesville.................. 3.45 2.10 '" Live Oak...._...... 5.02pm 12.10am Astor's Building 84 Bay street,and at Depot :r4
    Lake ......... 6.04 m 2.30 a m ,
    I. I ,Leave Arredondo................... 4.03 2.36 City p Ticket Office and on board People'sLine
    FERN rD NfA, FLORIDA. wishing to purchase will get all in- Leave Palmer.........-............... 4.16 2.45'' Arrive Baldwin............ 7.39pm 5.33am Steamers H. B. PLANT CHATTAHOOCHEE ;
    I 1 i formation as regards prices from them. Leave Archer...:.................... 4.30 3.17 Leave Baldwin............ 7.43 p m 6.20 a m and JENNIE LANE. j
    Offers pleasinho nis.well furnished with Samples of different qualities and stylescan Leave Branson.....:.................. 5.00 4.00 ArriveJacksonville....... 8.25 pm 7.36 am JAS. L. TAYLOR, .J.d:
    a wIthout board. ;atle Carders will be be seen at the office of Leave Otter Creek.'................. 5.37 4.45 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 will General Passenger Agent. }-i

    ommodate 2 1; iilsb transient. MODE BRO'S, I ,Leave Rosewood..:.............._ 6.10 5.30 not run west of Tallahassee Sundays, but A. 31. IVES, Agent. 't
    MissjLtJCY/ O. THOMPSON. 26 Fernandina. Arrive Cedar Key....: ....;..... 6.40 6.10 will run Mondays. ,",

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    t I' -THE FLORIDA, MIRROR : NOVEMBER .22, 1884, .':;:
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    J ra tr,ryx:#r ;;THE j FLORIDA MIRROR. ,CELEBRATING THE VICTORY !I the residence residences,Steils of Sample'Mrs. Rooms Dr. Horsey, Kydd's, SamuelA. store Sale of Railroad Lands. ,'< .. :: :iI"1. 1

    Swann, Fred. W. Hoyt .and R. V. -*".*.'7 ,''.
    ... 4L } '
    :_ ."!. YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS ..."' ,. ,/'
    4 f-4 Schuyler. '
    : Parade of Cleveland and 26th 1884
    i'. ;" Ferry When the-club rooms were reachedat ON NOVEMBER ?-' ...,( \::'

    .! v,, : JRef ections. Club No. 1. '' INCLUDING'
    .' the close.of the procession, a largebonfire LANDS, THOSE
    .-*> *$ -. was made of the transparencies, and ALL by the State and belonging to
    ,. John Gunn of is in the Two Millions
    | Mr. T. Tampa, after three
    cheers for its officers the
    rousing ,
    I 1 lty.:. THE TOWN FRESCOED VERMILION 1 1A club disbanded. The Florida Railway is navigation CoPm 'y,

    ; l'' .'i Callahan celebrated yesterday, Clevelands TOthe, credit of our opponents this excited (formerly the Atlantic Gulf & West India of acres of Farming, Orange,

    ,>:.,4 Selection by a basket. picnic and hop. GENERAL ILLUMINATION political canvass be it said that .not Transit sale.Railroad Company), will be offeredfor Timber and Grazing Lands,

    e, Services. will 'be.... held on Thanksgiving the least disturbance of any kind occurred, This sale will cover lands as far south and situated in 29 counties and
    although prompt measures, to quell any riot: including the last tier of Sections in Town-
    ', (Thursday next at St. Peter's Episco-
    day On Monday; evening last, Cleveland and comprising the lands
    had been taken by Mayor Pope. Fernandinacan ship 25. boughtby
    r' dialCl. .:; arch' ;: Perry Club, and.the citizens of Fernandina well be proud not only of the excellent The Office for the sale of the lands above Sir Edward J. Reed from
    ": ;. ,3he'; State u f' Texas, of the Mallory Line generally celebrated the election of Gov. referred to will be located in a Car on a side ,
    work done by its young men during the track of the the State of Florida i
    Railroad in
    twelve miles south of
    1 1881
    rr, jbrqugfit, a full list of passengers/! from New Cleveland to the Presidency in fitting style.A ,
    canvass, but of the demonstration in honorof Panasoffkee.The .
    ;'. r ; ,, i :(:York 'his week.. presidential salute was fired about'halC the important and far reaching victorieswon sale will continue for TEN DAYS, are now offered at graded

    ,, j:; J Mr. Philo Smith, formerly of this city but past five o'clockand shortly' after the in,the battle. commencing on the day named; after which, prices. These lands were selected -
    J business houses and private residences'were commencing on the 8th day of December,
    4r I '10fT of Fort Valley, Georgia was in the Illuminated. Cleveland.and Perry Club assembled The Opening of the Holler Skating the sale will be resumed by the Company at by Hon. Hugh A. Cor-

    ;, '. "city tie past week. Club.A its Office,
    u,4 late
    ley of
    1 x i '" at its headquarters at seven o'clock the "J,
    jY ; Mcslrs. Joseph and I. Mode left for New and formed in procession. The torches large party attended the opening of the No. lOa West Bay Street, Jacksonville.All State Land Office, and Mr. *]
    irorlcThursday evening to purchase the skating rink last night ; and if appearances
    which had been'ordered for the occasion did
    M. A. Williams 1 late E
    ,, { their the affair 'was communications in relation to sales agent for i
    4 ; t., jjtok(! or new store. not arrive, but this did not lessen the ardor signify, certainly a success. r
    r The and The skaters the floor from 7:30 to 9:30o'clock should be addressed! to sale of State lands which .1.1is
    y ? utmost, good feeling harmony of the members, and aftera:few preliminary held : fact
    d i : t' prevailed .0nr.Ionday.: evening last, .the oc-. remarks by President Hoyt, thejubilantcrowd ,. after I.which the dancers had full S. Land WAILES Commissioner, a guaranty of their high J
    t"1. : /5as5onof) the celebration of the Democratic At the time the Mirror went to .
    sway. press
    started on its march, headed by the 51 JACKSONVILLE
    a 'i4 '1y 1 l FLA. quality. The purchase known
    '. '' P ylctqriis.Mr.! the sound of..revel ry, was at its height, and i
    Island City Brass Band. To offset the want
    the seemed in haste to end the good ,as the Reed Purchase was only J
    & : iJames McGiffin\ has begun the work of torches, large bon-fires had been lit at the party no

    ?' ; f erecting: ,the freight-shed on the Broome intersections of the streets* on Centre and time, as the excellent music of Prof. Colby's opened for sale this year, and

    j' f' Street I dock for the Boston and Baltimore Seventh. The' following was the line of Orchestra seemed to make both the skatingand I the lands have not been culledor dancing irresistible. The hall was extensively -
    ; march : decorated with lighted Chinese -GO TO- picked over. No part has
    '' t Bunting was displayed in many places on From the club room to Centre street, up '
    lanterns which brightened the scene con- been reserved in manner
    Monday last.', in honor of the celebration of Centre to Third, Third to Broome, Broometo any ,

    the:.victory,of Democracy, by Cleveland and Fourth Fourth to Centre, Centre to siderably. The skating carnival club contemplate New Year'seve and the whole is open for sale.

    ;t };' ', Perry pi ub.L Fifth, Fifth to Broome, Broome to Sixth, giving masquerade on PRESCOTT'SESTABLISHED Special prices on large tracts.
    ; which they' make the most
    ;I il' : Sixth to Ash, Ash to Seventh. Seventh to .
    'the St. Kidtolas ran down a small tug ; attractive of any of the entertainments Timber lands, virgin forests in
    Elm countermarch Seventh from Elm to
    iopjlhef Savannah river
    on Thursday evening by them. bodies of
    : previously given OOO acres and
    Centre Centre to Ninth. to Ash 50, up- .
    Ninth ,
    The of the
    ; ; :during; a heavy fog. crew
    ;"J ,t F r jtuc wire saved. Ash to Third, Third, to Centre,- Centre to Yards Road Celebrates.To HOUSE wards. Lands sold for cash,

    : a J Amdng i the passengers which. sailed for the Second, Second to Alachua, countermarchon the Editor of the Mirror: or on long time.

    t' *noth; the State Second to club room. HARTS ROAD, November, 20, 1884. -FOR-
    i on steamship of. The Florida Land and Mortgage Co
    The procession was under the immediate
    day night, was ex-Mayor C. A. Haley and Cleveland and Perry Club. No.2, of
    charge of W. Bailey Tucker, ably assistedby county 'lield' (LIMITED) JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
    *Mr[ Li C. Braddock. Nassau : |a, grand jollification on ,
    t} !4f G. L. Baltzell. Harry Woodruff W. S. Wednesday evening l last at this place, over SHOES.Florida I
    iJ .'the steamer. Gov. Stafford, Capt. Smith, Lefils, Isaac Tinon, Ed, Mordecai and Minus : the glorious victories won in the recent \

    .', : put. into this port yesterday. The Safford is McCleary. While the"procession' gathered elections *by the Democracy. Everything I

    R, :; 'q' destined. : .for Cedar Key, and is, to run large accessions to'its number asit proceeded, i passed off to the delight and satisfaction ofall

    '. between that port and Tampa.T.hej 'many followed on the crowded sidewalks.The assembled. After the display a hop was

    it iron ''front of Modes brick building transparencies carried by members of given which lasted until a late hour.

    L is now being ornamented by the artist with the club in the,procession, and displayed at Messrs. Russell and Acosta furnished the

    ,_.. ..1 F gold leaf. The clock was put in this week. the private residences were quite numerous. music. W. W. FARMER. ; ; : >>:;' -f'f it Vr *--
    ta ,. : :. : :,.: .:. ; :' ,: .,; ra :
    ? x i, ;Tb3; Litter; will be illuminated at night,'as The first borne in the procession by Mr. R / > ; f. ( i d. i s ; i

    i ;soon las the store is thrown open to the M.\ Henderson and A. Latio bore the por- Range of Thermometer .. ,
    i' ; "
    .public; If trait of Gov. Cleveland, which had been FOB THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, < : 7" : '7: '-
    I. 1884, AT HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. ,
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    skillfully painted, by Mr. Brooks. The inscription "*' '"f*c S
    f Tbe'teamsbips of the Charlston line \ <
    E are 7A.M.-12si. 3P.) 6P.M. WIND.
    '" :takin; I(' on good cargoes. The Palatka on on this transparency was : Saturday, Nov.15......58 72 72 70 N. E.

    ,. + iTuWay ............................................................................s Sunday, "" 16..56 70 70 65 N. E. ".'J : -
    ti .? |6ok 2,150 crates of oranges and Monday, 17..58 73 71 69 S. W.
    i : WithCleveland, we will have Equal Rights, :
    ; ,,t"" '' 'jfifly bale'!jof; cotton, and the steamer Monti&3lo : Protection to all Classes, I: Tuesday ,"" 18 19..59.... .60 72 72 72 71 70 69 N.N. E.E.Wednesday 1 r GET OUR PKICESFOR

    '' r' ..! \ ,'. on?, Monday, took, 2,240 crates of or- ::..................and.......Free........Schools.............for.....alLOn ............... ........:: Thursday, 20..60 73 72 70 N. W. .".
    ': f Friday, 21....59 70 70 68 N. W. ;:;'
    ;.angesand.. ; ,twenty-eight bales of cotton. the reverse side : .,, -

    ; .fh State. of Texas carried the following ...... .. ................ MARINE. ,- -ifii.'

    .. caito:'to'' New York Thursday night: 494 S:Our........Country..............i!!...No.....North.........,..South..........,.East.........or....West...........j:
    Port of Fernandina. ,
    '' J ': bas of cotton, 2,439 crates of oranges, 257 The following are some of the mottoes inscribed HIGH WATER. .:I t Sash Doors Blinds

    t'i':::; batrefs of;;rosin, seven barrels spirits, 247 on the transparencies : Saturday,November22..10:49.. A. M. 11:06 p. M. : ,

    ; lojs cedar, 162 cases of cedar, ninety-four *...........................................................................R Sunday, 23..11.30 11:53"" ,._. ... '. .
    Monday, 2.4..0:00: J" 0:16 ..,L] '
    Florida J
    cams !thrimp and sixty packages merchan-. i Columbia's. compliments Weft done! to i: TuesdaYtII 25...... 0:46: 1:10"' BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE-
    :" '' dis'e. : Taxation State : Wednesday, 26...... 1:42": 2:06" .
    : Light ; prosperity. .
    ...... "
    :/ 2:39 3:05" >
    Let well enough alone. : Thursday,
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    .> : Right, Economy, Honesty. : Friday, 29. 3:38" 4:05" \' '':,''' -

    < ; yc t? i i Mrs. Gfrundy Says: .:........................A....Solid.........Country.................. ....................S: ENTERED. ,,''. :.1': ,: A LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED.
    i1 I i vlrmilion Steam-packet Thomas CollyerJ'' Dennette, from i
    ':. Thdt greatly predominate .................................. ........................ Brunswick daily with freight and pas- .-
    Monday evening; : Victory with Honor, : sengers, to F. W. Simmons, agent. :- !
    : biit, but few of the could : Cleveland and Honest Government. : Nov. Steamship State of Texas, John Risk,
    boys ) speakt.hlC
    : Democracy means Peace and Plenty for all. c from Dew York; freight and passengers EKED W. HOYT & CO

    "1J y., pi ir>i+ stfme of them must have got paintmir from Charleston: freight and passengers .. ;-' SECOND ST. ABOVE CENTRE

    t, : : ; eyes, judging from ............................................................................ to W. O. Jeffreys, agent. ,
    ,, 'r appearances; Rights to both Races. Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, from .. ,: ;; .
    fears of a Brunswick or Palatka Principle, the Constitution and the Laws. 's Charleston; freight and passengers, to FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
    at home Cleveland's election a Blessing to all Classes. ;W. Jeffreys, agent. '; .i"' .'. ,
    finueikelt many ; Moral and Political Reform. Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from
    ; ,, t '''f I 'j'hat itwas! the most orderly but hilari- ,All should Co-operate to Ensure Good Savannah; freight and passengers, to
    ti Government. F. W.Simmons, agent.
    : r duj; "J Hurrah" we ever saw; No Solid South, no Solid North, but a Solid 's .. 17-Steam-packet Everglade, Joiner, from

    :' That the procession was led by horns -.......... ....................Union...........................................j' Savannah. ; freight, to Mr. Lorimier,
    agent. .
    th$:rear was brought up by horns" and theceftregot SS...........................................................................j Steam-packet St. Nicholas, Usina, from ,. .
    "' r" 'Savannah freight and to .
    filled by "horns"-later in the ; passengers
    : Didn't something drop? : Mr.,Lorimier, agent.
    nijht I ;' : Truth crushed to earth will rise again. : Steam-packet Everglade, .Joiner, from

    I ,' I Thjit it's all this time for : We have riz. : Savannah; freight, to Mr. Lorimier,
    right boys, your : Cleveland and Hendricks and a Business : aerent. -
    TVtcliward; was Horn-esty and you are too : Government. : 15-Spanish Brig Salve Virgin Maria,Llorca,

    r r* ;". godIeri| ocrats to do else than Reform : .....We''please..........................Si. : Denia, Spain; ballast to J. C. Read.
    | : Schooner J. L. Clark, Cranmer,'Philadelphia Boston and Baltimore.FROM

    What Robbie Hernandez and his tin horn .....................................","...........................;;...... '.. ; coal, to master. ,I .
    a br a3e: 'was an immense success, as far as. : We have turned the Rascals out. : CLEARED.
    '; th' irjeuthusiasm! was concerned : We will keep the Rascals out. : Steam-Packet. Thomas Collyer, Dennette, for
    ; : A new deal Reform our watchword. : Brunswick daily, with freight and
    *'. 'h tour colored friends seemed just as : The Temple of Liberty no longer a den of i passengers, by F. W. Simmons, agent. DIRECT

    ; joxful:( any other; .:................................Thieves.............................'................: Nov.20-Steamship for New York City :of freight San Antonio and passengers, Wilder,,

    1 i'h&t' 4fe believe Cleveland's election will ............................................................................. by R. W. Southwick, agent. STEAMERS FERNANDINA.NA .
    ',1' pcianbtljer emancipation for them; ;: creed-a 16-Steamship City of Palatka, Vogel, for
    : Republican Government : Charleston freight and ,by
    t f t .' .i4. :., Thfit: they have occasion for rejoicing intinjaricipfttion : (Of Monopolists, : W. O. Jeffreys; agent. passengers
    '. : {By Monopolists : 11 .
    \" Steamship City of :Monticello, McKee,
    ; from rule
    \ i For
    ; ,: ; Monopolists. : '. for Charleston; freight and passengers,
    a r; ;p TbM the. colored brass band fairly outdid : Democratic Creed-a Government : by W. O. Jeffreys, agent.
    r }'.' !' f Of the People, ,: Steam-Packet St.' Nicholas, Usina, for BOSTON & FERNANDI STEAMSHIP LINE.LRE .
    ; themselves; -< By People, : Savannah) ; freight and passengers, by
    ;, I Th'at the house illuminations were very (For the People. : Mr. Lorimier; agent.
    i ? '1 j't "-:': !: '. Republican Doctrine: a Strong Central Government : 11 17-Steam-Packet Everglade, Hazlitt, for Sa- OF THE ABOVE LINE APPOINTED TO SAIL DIRECT AS
    : _, "4*jj ; Public Offices, the People's :. :Mr. Lorimier STEAMERS
    I* A to ; freight, by :
    Masters. *
    a ;*, #a ;::.f' ''j bat the lighted interiors, show that! our 's Democratic' Doctrine: Federal Government'i: **.'".18-Steam-Packet,. -:::: ''agent.; St. Nicholas, Usina, for

    r ". i1; citizens, live very comfortably; with limited..powers; Public Officers,.theopl'Serts. : Savannah: freight and passengers, by ,FROM BOSTON.. FROM FERNANDINA.

    > I i Thiat' ,' considering, the short notice, and ...-................................................:........................: :Mr. Lorimier agent.

    i' iivJr"1 *- impossibility of, procuring fire works and Several pictorial transparencies also appeared 21-Steam-Packet. vannah; ''freight Everglade'HazUtt, by Mr. Lorimier, for Sa-, Vidette.................._.Wednesday, October 29. Lorenzo D. Baker_Wednesday, October 29.

    ( &' illuminators: : Fernandina has no reason to in the procession, which were very Schooner agent..,David Faust, Smith,Hamilton, ,Lorenzo D. Baker, Wednesday, November 5. Vidette.........-..-_Wednesday, November 5.

    : belashamed) of her tribute to the successful appropriate. Each house illuminated was Bermuda; lumber, by J. C. Read. .Vidette...................Wednesday, November 12. Lorenzo D."Baker,Wednesday, November 12.
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    candidates.Iliat.' ; cheered, and the procession in turn'' was Mrs: Grundy Lorenzo D.Baker;Wednesday, November 19.., Vidette.................Wednesday, November 19.

    ,; "'' 'if.i'l 't', we' still think Capt. Vogel of the saluted by pyrotechnics as it passed the Don't wait for Free Trade Says to Buy: Goods Vidette.................:Wednesday, November 26., Lorenzo D.Baker,Wednesday, November 26.

    Ist* Pi.ka". ( shouldbe"labored with" con- residences of J. II. Prescott, Dr. Snyder, H. cheap-but wait until. 1 Messrs. Mode Bros. I ''
    5-The Steamer LORENZO D. BAB ER carries
    w i|>i cern ng his pet whistle. J. Baker, Dr. Palmer Samuel A. Swann, get ,in their: New Store with their entire Passengers. Passage rates

    ,'. Tljat! lio better weather ever was made Charles H. Berg and Fred W. Hoyt. New Stock, which will be in about 10 days, 'between Boston and Fernandina 820, including j( Meals and State-Room.

    c l ,. thud .that we had the.first of the week; Messrs.: :Mode, Sf. :and Jr.. having left for the ''
    i While had
    nearly everybody illuminated THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL FLORIDA POINTS.
    Northern and markets to
    .*:* .Eastern purchasethe
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    Thl\tthe 1 sand flies to take
    : I'. '. ." : seem advantage to the best of their ability, the following largest Stock of General, Merchandise in
    */$ ; of.itiand'seek' introductions.
    ., ; ; places were especially resplendent and tasty their line ever brought\to FlorIda-which
    i Tlkat We wish some one would invite us they will purchase for cash. 'They intend
    .k in their display : On Broome street, the BALTIMORE & FLORI DA STEAMSHIP LINE.
    ,': :w .to a!!"sugar boiling. conducting both a Wholesale and Retail ,
    If.' I residences of C. W. Maxwell and J. E. business and will have their Salesmen on

    ** A !' Tlaat Fernandina must look to its laurels Wandell, on Fifth street the, residences of .the Road fromJanuary; 1st. with Spring The Steamer JESSIE. FREE,t\.N. of this Line is appointed,toleave, Balti-

    'J&.4 !. for. jsuarez...' Bluff beconiiuag raPidlY popu- Dr. Starbuck, J. A. Brooks T. R. Moore; Goods which they will either ship, from more October 31st, direct for''Fernandina,'an d will make round trips every ten days. This
    : Jfc1ii" S 10o'S. New York director fro'm"the Fernandina Steamer will leave Fernandina Wednesday da November 5th and tenth
    : on
    iy, succeeding
    < R.31.Henderson; and H.E. Dottereron Sixth every
    : Store. As the SE-3.Son has far
    Ttiat t: the palmetto roots in the new so advanced- after that date.
    roaid" street, J. II. Prescott, ILJ.: 'Baker, Dr. W. E. they will be enabled to purchase goods at -Bills of issued and
    a k .r ilpvrn the island are all there yet. Lading through rat< given between Boston, Baltimore, and all
    Snyder, ,C. H. Whitner, ,E..P." Noyes, Geo. such low figures that they positively 'say points in Florida Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
    ( That there are some fine orange groves in that competition slialJ riot touch them' in
    t41 For further information apply to
    F. Lewis on Seventh street A. 0. Mac- ,
    % '+ thejvicnjity of Collector, Sc<:>tt's., the State-a fair trial J nil they ask, and
    $< ; : :; 1)9nell. F. \V; Simmons, Geo:_R. Fairbanks, they will crowd'Jacksonvi 'prices out. SEAVERNS & CO., .Agrts, FRED W. HOYT & CO., Ag'ts

    : i j ]L Novelties W.J. Woodward, Chas. H. Berg; on Centre Thanking brir'friends ami the community 93 South Market Street, Boston. .. ,' Second Street, Fernandina.E. .
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    ,I Jn{ ShawJs. Nubias and Jerseys, street. the store and residence of G. Stark, 'at licit large continuance.for past favors' we/MODE respectfully BROS. so-' J. D. SMALL & COrp Ag'ts, J.. TRIAYE, ,,A 't P.R. &N. C., ..
    ', I I ,. ; : ,:i.j: {!;: ATPAUL.Fu' AES.' the new brick store of Mode Bros., Mr. Nix's It 49 -' Baltimore. Jacksonville.

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