Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00022
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1879
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
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lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00022
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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t TIm IRON /'i'.v. of eight years, going for the cattle in ..( SWEfllSlt I'Ol-V, may be said to have been t thoroughly I| A LKSSON: FOR I': KMH.OYKKS. judgtnent -

4i t ka primer$4 the afternoon, met, them coming\ home It matter little where I win born, ripened for the era of Kuropean; civilization {. lately pronounced)' a court ofjustice ,, .j

1 Constitution; and bound with aa rents were rich or poor now dawning! on that; country |I nt Dre&den may serve as a warn
with three precious stones from t Sil: "cria, Ceylon but as one, n two-year-old heifer, was Whether they nhrniik nt the cold world's) worn, When we are better acquainted with .,I tog to those benevolent persons, in ,.
and Maine, missing: she went oil to look for jt.i Not Or walked In the pride of wealth Hveure.Hut the old civilization of Japan and its..I Germany ntt nil events, who may\ bo 't'
, I thought thin pen would arise. l fitfy rods: further, she found it 1 lying whether 1 live nn honest limn, ideas, the historian will hilt! a ready' ',, tempted to J give their servants, on disI '
From the casket where it lies- dead in the middle of n shallow streamin And hold integrity firm in my clutch solution for the changes now taking ::I charge, n better character! than: they : '
Of Itself. would arise, and write nn open pasture: still warm and I tell you, brother, plain n. I lUll, place. The new condition of things :'I had\ proved themselves entitled to. A d

My thanks and my surprise. bleeding. Evidently the child had! It matter much I must have arisen naturally and legitimately i- merchant at Dresden> H short time ngo, ; ,

When )'oujtn"t' It me under the pines, scared: the panther from its prey It mutt CM little how long I stay out of the old." engaged young\ inn belonging to a I'j j ,
I dreamed these gems from the mines .\ case is well authenticated t in whicha In world of Borrow, sin and cure; family of good position! and highly \ '

Of Siberia Ce'IOIIRlld Maine cow was killed and dragged into tho Whether in youth I nm <<'all\la\\'II)', inn* SKWAIWPhiladelphia ; lU.sla.nl recommended bv nis last employers n.s! \ I ,
, \ Would glimmer as thoughts the lines: lower crotch of n tree by n pair of thesecreatures. : Or live till my louts and pate arc lore; \ ) Times.Now cashier in n retail place' of business.! In "
.\ gentleman told me that Hut whether I do the II'Mt I canTo I this position it was his duty to receive '
That this Iron link from the chain that the matter is out it is I
some years ago one passed: across his soften the weight of adversity's touch all money paid in during tho day, andconvey
Of nonnit'and
might retain farm I in the night, screaming like n On the faded cheek of my fellow-man\ not breach of confidence to make it in the evening tho headbookkeeper ,
Some of the I'oet who
verse MIIIK the fact that the
demon. lie measured; its leaps! and It mutters tniichl I public. rcgisiiation of the establishment.! Several
the prisoner end his pain
t ; l of Associate t''rt'lofof State
found that it cleared feet '
, over twenty It matters little where l 1)(' my graveOn l' circumstances to suspicion that ,
) : That this wood from the frigate's mast at a )bound. An amusing sequel] to this the land or on the sea, :Seward is: the result of n big. misunderstanding the new cashier did not give up, nt tho '
i. Might write line at hint, between ;fir. Kvarts: \ ,and Mr.Seward. .
me a incident soon followed. The at '
men 1'111101' the .
Hy purling hook or 'neath stormy waveIt day, all the money paid to '
J i An It used to write the : n 1151ng i out of I ihe unfortunate f
;, on sky work in a forge heard night the
near by one mutters little or naught to me; him during! hours of business Consequently -
1 The of the sea and the blunt, state of n Hairs: in the Hong Kong and i'
song a panthl'rCrl'lllI1illJ.. the hills. The '
: on Hut whether the Angel Death comet down, arrangements were i made for ,1
t i Hut motionless I wait, little hamlet was aroused: (tuns were And marks my brow with his loing touch, Shanghai: Consulships: and the Consul:' checking tho sums collected anti paid

'I Like bishop lying in state fired, horns blown, and drums beaten, An one that shall wear -I'tor'lIl'rll\\'II, Generalship nt the latter place. Mr.Kvarts' over by tho young\ man, and in a few
' Lies the pen with its mitre of gold, to scare the monster! away Hut in the It mattt"rllllludil I ICHIXA : long :and social connection days it was ascertained! that he had
! I And its jewels.inviolate. pauses of the din was heard that long- with William II. Seward( made it difficult appropriated at least .lSO. Tho defaulting ) A.
drawn, ft'nrfllll'n', only' to be drowned AMt ,TAl' I.V. for him to believe that the charges cashier was nccordingly summarily
Then must I and
I speak say made against his Minister
C by a more deafening: uproar. Again In interview with nephew, dismissed and his
That the light of that summer day an Sacramento: applied t tothe
( Seward had foundation
old again with hair George tummy em\llo\'t'r\
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they paused! on
merchant who '
In the under the givenhim
garden pines reporter, General Grant spoke at t considerable in fact. ) )
Shall fade and t'ntll\IIll the cry came clear and terrible n good character for
I pass away repaymentof
time ami Assistant Seward took advantage
-till one m man turned white faceto length upon people Secretary the sum stolen. This tho merchant '
\ 1 I shall Dec you standing there, his comrades : :\1)' God! it is a institutions of these two }peculiar nations. of Mr. Kvarts'; confidence' in refund, but on tho matter being taken 1(
J Caressed the air, the and did what he could
by fragrant family to
I and she Wo
want .
1.J woman : says, We find room for n few (paragraphs :\ before a court of justice, nnd on its !
With the shadow on your face '" shield his cousin when he and Consul! I
Sure it
help. enough, was woman ; being ,shown that the had r
which show the General to he; : young man
And the sunshine ,
on your hair. General I Bradford! were before the Congressional
anti n going hilly rond withlanterns
party up a been discharged! by. his first employerbecause :
shall low found her the close observer 1\8'well as n great traveler investigating committee last ,
I hear the sweet tone : sitting on edgeof \ ho! hail stolen money from him
Of a voice before unknown. a bank, over which her tipsy husband : \winter. There i is no question that the and that tho good character' had been I
Saying: "This Is from me to had driven his horses which lay Assistant :Secretary was the aetlyeman
you "The. value of the Arabian stork N given him from a feeling of pity, tho
From me, and to you alone" in n heap nt the bottom of tho ravine. due to the indispensable use the horseis :; in the State Department) in shielding original employer was ordered to mnko; :

And in words not 1 idle and vain Strangely enough, nobody was hurt- to his master. Ho has an intrinsic the too evidently' guilty :Minister and good his! protege's defalcation. -1'ull :
I shall answer, and thank you again not even the precious \whisky' bottle value which is not known amt! cannot his n slll' llle. 1 11(1 !former's refusal to Mall/ (juzrtlc. i t I
his books
of the
broken.A produce WII14Il'\
For the gin, and the grace of the gift, was be appreciated; elsewhere All his: high a
things that \ Mr. Kvarls'eves :
O beautiful Helen of Maine! gentleman hunting grouse along qualities of endurance and speed hau began to open SKNATOH
CIIANW.KU. his notice i
the of the : :
the foothills of Adirondack to true state case.
nn mountain been bred
because those
And forever the gift will beAs found, just at nightfall, in the edgeof H higher up value! to the qualitiespossess breeder! 'I'hen followed Consul Mosby's.: volunta of tho death of Zach. Chandler, ]Henry p

a blessing from you: to me, tho woods, a large pile of leaves. than elsewhere perhaps. Now, in investigation and his report, and Watterson, in time \ntrier-Joiirntil, says:
As a drop of the dew of your youth Poking into it with his rifle, ho found China they havo" only an inferior breed trouble began to brew in the! :State; \ There] is no stain upon his privato "
Ou the leaves of an aged tree. )Department) : and then came Grant's honor. His lifo wan and t
a newly-killed sheep, !still warm. As it of scrubs, because in that country\ human believe
I -It. W Longftlloif' assertion there is no reason to that his
dark concerning: t officials.! I This i :
too to distinctly he ;
was see was lahor: is the cheapest} thing known.
hack \ trouble has now culminated in the resignation homo was not h1) ipy. 110 never betrayed -
obliged to leave it. Going by daylight The greater part of. transportation
TILE LION OP THE ADIltOXDACKS.Kiverside : he found the bones clean. I of Assistant Secretory: \ :Seward a friend lie J ; never struck nn I :
)picked is performed by men. They have iv vehicle a
Magazine. A bear with would and the resignation i of Minister George; enemy! in tho 'hack.. Ho was h(,>J\d. /
young, the name ofhich when translated
Seward:; and those of Bradford and ,strong maul boisterous. He was altogether
I Those who have seen only the dingy do that.A is man-pull-cart' literally, or
Maily. Consul General I and Consul I at l nne-shdeti. lie did not set himself -
specimens our menageries can have man, for some years a guide among perhaps asc would say 'man-cart,' in 1,
I but nf contemptuous opinion of this the Adirondack, told I me that ho had, which you ride with considerable ease. :Shanghai, arc expected. The whole as nn examplo! to tho young manhood {
\ really vnagnificent beast. In the great when still hunting deer over n light fall Journeys are made long distances with Hair i is most unfortunate, and the of tho county: but wo cannot

, forcl'ti:' of the north he grows to a size of snow, doubled upon his own track, these. A man works in shafts, pulling weakness of the State Department) say that he corrupted it. There were '
rivaling that of the lion nod the tiger. to find that a pair of largo panthershad them with his hands, without harness arising largely from the misunderstanding times when ho cut a most' unpleasing '

From seven to ten feet from the lip of been still hunting him for miles- of any kind, and much of the travel in : among its principal officers! figure There never was! a time when
! the tail to the nose is the common not nn agreeable !situation, when we the country is performed in that way." has trough good) deal of sl'I\lHlnluloII) he appeared, to advantage ; for, personally i
length of a full-grown panther. remember that the j panther climbs the administration. No one doubled disfigured (tho result of an accident ,
The Chinese! do not )possess: the soldierly the guilt of Seward tin hu in \\hich his gallantry shone out
moment refused
j A lady, one of a party who ascended \trees like a t'at,111111 is as fond of an
II' t a mountain, had tho curiosity to lncasarc ambush as an Indian. quality common to civilizedpeoples to )produce his consular books finely), his: voice was har&h amid his
'i'J several of the many tracks that dotted Sometimes a panther will follow n He said that at public I before the investigating committee! bearing) ulI rnl'eflil. Ho was n stalwart

laic banks of stream along which man, screaming,; fearfully" as it leaps reception given to him by the Viceroy and every investigation, from MosbyV from tho first. In tho history of his:
side. Some to Grant's, has: corroboratad the time ho will stand out conspicuous
his ; of this
they traveled. Tho cushion on the bottom along at : cases at Tientsin constituted
a military display
I His will
ly. name bo associated! with
already prevailing impression.UNITED !<
of the foot was four inches across ; kind I have known ; but in one at I least .
and her hand with tho fingers spread it was next day discovered that the i one of its features! which gave a, period of ,gigantic. .corruption which. .

just covered the whole foot, with the creature had just killed and eaten the him an opportunity of forming n judgment : :TATKH; POST: i. lm\'ICI--Thl'; : no dal hat snare. ne was surrounded %
tips of her fingers touching the claw- whole of a fox, nod was not, therefore, as to the quality and bearing ol 1'ostmasler General says that owing to by and hipocrisy of )politicians he did whoso emulate.Ho baseness \ I

marks nt the toe. That would make avery in ferocious mood. the soldiers, lie did not believe the the general increase of business ami the fought) his bnttlo not
fair standard by which to estimate Hunters sometimes find where! several reasonable certainty that the present own right out
Chinese people to be in any sense a from time shoulder, giving no quarter Si "
tho creature's size, and we may set him I panthers have dined oil'a deer, prosperity will continue\ some yearsto
and then inn kitten liko military people, !but of the Japanese and asking nono. Hellic.1t with his war
down as n very formidable beast indeed. indulged gone come, nn increased appropriation
Not tall lioness but of Occasionally one in he said : will be for the service )paint upon him, and all his passion
so or so heavy as I', romps. appears: necessary railway at their hottest nut ho
will bo taken
active mischievous old field watching for small of at (least ( ) < ) ). The ;
far more and in pro an some "I witnessed n very tine military re- $1O,1N10NN specificappropriation to his amid tho mournings nnd <'
portion. game ( marmots perhaps) who does view in Japan, and 1 must! say that) I for railway post olhco car tho plaudits of the for which <
I' That they are plenty enough among not appear to be nt all shy, but showsto have never seen in any l'olllltr1more service isl.i"! )0OOU.( 'I'hutotal amount his services have bo party) .
the Adirondacks, I have no doubt; I but intruders wicked set of teeth, accompanied thoroughly martial, exhibition The asked: for the "star" service for the! very great.TUADK I { I
as it is a roving beast anti the female by a growl that like its Japanese make good toldicrs. Their Ilt'xt'cnr is 'JJS.OOO.: ( ( Tho estimatefor ;
lives alone with her young till they are purr, is not at all an agreeable sound.A army is thoroughly drilled and discip inland service for steamboats is WITH SOUTH Au siticA.-"Tho t: J

partly grown, it is not unlikely that well-trained dog: will follow n pan I lined, i is well armed with arms! of mod!* S'JOO.OOO.( After stating. that tho total effort! to encourage: the establishmentof
they seem more abundant t than they ther to its lair. But if the animal I : crn invention and }precision, and in all payments made during the t fiscal: year a mercantile marine between this "
really are. Still, to those who know knows itself to he pursued, it goes in respects is equal to those of European( 1 1870 for the sea conveyance of the country and South American (ports will :
their habits, a stealthy track here and! another direction, making long detours, nations. The Jul tanesepeopleare liglit United States mails amounted to $1'J$,- come up in u new form this winter. ( II J'
there is proof of an unpleasant neigh and sometimes: keeping up tho chase in weight, but they are very muscular by> (of which sum $15l,750! was paid for Assistant Postmaster General; Brady, r\\
bor. They have cattish propensity for days, till at last dogs and hunters and possess iron constitutions. I was the TransAtlantic service, $l1tKH( for who has charge of the business of contracting )S j l '

; for prowling. I have, seen their signsin are thrown off the track entirely.A informed that for tingle day's inarch the Trans-Pacific service, and JI,1H! l for the carJying of tho mails, t.I
some unusual places. On the Dial panther's: claws-large, terribly a distance of ('igl.tor eighty-live miles for the service to Canada, tho West has given tho subject of our foreign '.,t
(a rocky elevation on the southern extremity hooked, and of a clear, semitransparent : could be accomplished by Japanese India Islands, Mexico, Central American service a good deal of consideration,
- of Dix's peak-one of the most 'cl1ow-were once the most valued soldier, carrying the accoutrements, and South Pacific Slats Vencnzuela and has, he thinks, hit upon a plan: I
i ( singular mountains in the State, and ornaments of an Indian chief: n which weigh about t wen t.ti0 pounds.! Honduras, Brazil and Uruguay: ), which will put the service on tho samo
now known to be the highest by some badge of distinction that could only be Besides this, rations furnished to the tho Postmaster General wys : "The footing with tho land service, and at

two hundred feet), I found traces of a gained by the strongest and bravest of Japanese soldier for one week do not efforts of the department) to establish>> a the Mme time render efficient\ aid to '
panther's presence What called the their hunters : for, in order to wear exceed in quantity l that furnished to fast mail service with Havana, via our continence Ho will recommendwith ,
creature there? It is a wind-swept pile them, he had first: to kill the beast to the American soldier for one day. You Cedar Keys and Key West, in order to the approval of Postmaster General 1
of rocks, in whose crevices pine-trees which they belonged sort of Saint will readily perceive the advantage meet the demands of commerce, have Key, that the department be given ,
grow five inches in height, where the George and the Dragon contest to the such an army would have in the failed for several years on account of authority, by general law, to mako ,
Greenland sandwort blooms and Alpine red man. marching incident to campaigning. A the insutllciency of the compensation contracts, not to exceed $100,000( per

shrubs are dwarfed to the smallest size. LIW R KNCE S11A N N V. force of 10MOof, ) these Japanese' troops' allowed by law fur such service. If the annum, for currying the mails South ,

On both sines of its long, narrow ridge, armed as they arc and disciplined! as Postmaster" (iciveral were authorized to American Ports with the owners of
precipitous walls seem to forbid the CLEAR, THE KITl'JlES.-A famous nobleman they are, could march three thousand! contract for service between Havana Anmeriean-built vessels This will accomplish ,
presence of any animal less agile than once called on Abernethy with miles through China as u hostile or invading and the United States ports mentioned all that the friend of thu 1
u cat. It is true that it overlooks the reference to an inflamed:! eye. His lord- force without meeting successful nt a sufficient rate of pay to secure the Urazilian Line sought to gain last winter f ,
\ most secluded and magnificent primeval chip, after waiting an hour for Aber- resistance. necessary speed and frequency} the i through Congress: and will not bo j
forests that extend toward the west nethv to get through; with number of commerce of the country would be open to the objection that always attends

as far as the eye can reach-forests that charity patients! whom he never left to "Now a man may pass through Japan greatly benefited. I believe that a general a subsidy grant.
are seamed as thickly I with well-worn attend upon the highest nobleman, be- with us much safety and comfort, so law should be passed authorizing .
deer-paths as are our peaceful pastures pan the conversation by saying: "Doc far as the opposition' of the natives of contract for carrying the mail betweenthe PUOK. Swixa remarks that it will be a
with the tracks sheep. I saw moose tor, I wish you would examine this that country is concerned, as in any United States and West Indian great mistake and a great misfortune if f
\ tracks in the wet moss along the mountain eye; I fear some deadly mischief i is at country in Europe In I and South American }ports in American the return of good times shall bring; : '
slopes,and the golden-rod peculiar work here" If you will fit there in mathematics, they) are the equal if not built steamers, currying:, the American back the old fervor for property and )O
''j I to the region seems 10 be a favorite food inv patients' chair and let me do the the superior of other peoples Hut their Hag, at a fixed minimum and maximum adventures which made 'mortgage) '
of the deer. Mile after mile I traveled talking, I will soon find out what i is the civilization, [both in its religious and price, the amount to bo expended being among the JlOISt.l'opular things of tho "

i in these deer-paths (always the easiest matter with you." .\ few !!char questions intellectual aspects! developed in them regulated by the annual appropriations, day. Mortgages, he add, ore* a ,i J''
! and freest from underbrush), and I noticed anti the doctor concluded) the very largely) a single faculty! to which I or the service might be thrown open to pestilence, and debts are a regular\.n '\ '1.
1t that the many fallen tree-trunks interview with the following words ; attribute the readiness with which they competition ill the same manner. the cholera. Estates\ die under them. ,:,'j
I ,J S! had more or less claw. marks upon "Your difficulty: not where yon think have adopted the new civilization. .1 Star service. The adoption of such a Churches sicken and have to be sat up .i..

\ them-signs that bears and panthers it i is, in your! eye, 1 but" -pointing} his mean the capacity of comparison' and policy by Congress would enable this with at night : individuals' pine away\ I
followed them too. t finger nt his patient's enormous stomach the willingness to adopt that which un country to control the profitable commerce wives and children becomes disheartened

Still, as the panther is an exceedingly ="it is there, in your kitchen, Of I der comparison proves to be the with South America and the in the mortgage season, and the )\:
t V'M shy and wary beast, one may travel 1 in course, when the kitchen is out of I The national, "ellt'l West Indies, which i is now almost monopolized financial grave-digger is busy night and
I these regions for a month, and not see order, the garret and all the other I and the national characteristics of mind I I by Great Britain." day. Swamps and dirty houses were '

or hear one of them. I have camped rooms in the house are likely to be are such as to readily assimilate civilized the black death of Kurope; -debts are '\, ,
i I 1 abundant less affected raw all ideas and civilized BAVAKU the plague of America."
where panther signs were more or you adopt usc Inas t TAYLOR' library U toe ,
; and the only defense of our party of need to do'is to clear tut'kitchen, and I The change that has been wrought is sold at auction New York, on November ,

h ;:t five-two of whom were ladies-was a the garret will requir no special puri almost marvelou, but it must he remembered ) 24 and :i. It in described as THE completion of the new French
fire and two hltnd hatchets, which fication. Your lorJfhiu:: must do a* the that the peculiar civilization "small and rather miscellaneous," containing cdble has caused the much needed I

t. proved amply sufficient. famous Duke ct{Wellington did on a which for centuries has existed in some not very common book' great reduction in cable -messages! the
1 Occasionally the panther makes raid well-known > W "*ut*off the sup Japan has prepared that people' iu a of travel and a number of presentation price ha been lessened from ..eventy.th. 1

t upon the farmers stock, in field or plies, and /dell\.if MO the cit.adei. remarkable way for the adoption of copies of recent American publication ." cents a word to twelve and a half
In a child ; ." p the new order of thing The
wooded pasture one cue .A very people *, cents.r.l" .
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MIItltoltWEbN1 among the novelties of the season TilE committee appointed' by the Fine llatft.

---._- ___.h -r--- __ The inauguration of statue in honor State of Now York to report upon the J. & T. :Kydd have just received a A. B. NOYES,

WA I", XOVKMRER !8,1819. of Thiers in one of the Algerian citiesis practicability of obtiiinin control of a hew stock of
gents' fine hats
('ertnill section of the hunta the latest
on Grocer and Ship Chandler]
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All Africa; but there is no doubt a do- converted into State park, the Canadian PEAt.ru ixPHOVISIONS
rec'llentul1d nil traditions in this
sire felt to examine into the wants Government, to do likewise on'' Nassau College

country are wholly opposed to making and resources of the great French colony I heir! side, have reported favorably. I Ite*opened Monday, October 20th. LIQUORS, ETC.
any citizen n third time President of and From the accounts of the uses to which Pupils received at any time and at the vAfircnt
the how eminent willingness to manifest the shores of the river and all available 'I usual rates.
republic, 110 matter for :3.F.AVER &: cO'S Plovs.UKNTUK .
his services how illustrious his interest in its fortunes on the part of (mints are now being converted, I, To the citizens of Florida this insti-
or -
name. the mother country, which are among this is a very i important movement. tution nllbrds every facility near home
The examples Washington, Jefferson the motives leading to an expeditionof The Falls of Niagara should not lie for the thorough education of their : STREET: i

1\fadillonl\nd Jackson are decisive this kind Within little than held as ft show, to be paid for from daughters. 52-tf FEHS.\ DINA, FLA.
each different ,
in that direction and from the verdictof view. -- -
the people approving this disinterested century France has lost'a vast colonial I TilE New York Herald, in the absence Spectacles.I a' .fIaJ tc FltIEXJ .
empire': she has lost the East; :\ Indies of any great walking match, or just received the Lazarus &

action on the part of the great ; and immense territories in Xorlhmeri,11 international polo games, has turned Morris Perfected SPECTACLES: and En- Bakers,: nn-l Confectioners
chiefs of the commonwealth, in uni \ and of its attention toward the South to discover GLASSES. They are the best glasses! over ,

formly and earnestly refusing to nit a she 4 is ; by way compensation a "very large }party among the mnnufrcturcd, and arc warranted to CIIOIc>;?a nOCEnus: ::
eminent citizens give satisfaction
'. third time in the presidential chair now urged by to Democnnts whofavor: Iraatfuraa thirdterm.'I'hegovenitnent ; also A new stock of ,
take under the lead of Jewelry suitable for .
a new departure while administered )presents.J.
there has been no appeal till few GIG US AND TOBACCOS
a the Republic, in the direction of colonization l by General Grant, was so just to tho GUMRINGEU, ,

months past. At this time some persons ,, and to regard. Algeria. as only South-so pure in its administration Jacksonville, Fla I TOYS AND FANCY AR ('ICLES.t .
arc found opposed they ('xacth'in accordance with tho
say, on : --
the first in the march of French MRS.
post! : A. R.
principle, to u third term, but believing pledges! he hilJlsell' :\vent Appomattox MOORE, ; \\' )m-GS; ENTERTAINMENTS andPICNICS
Unit there is and civilization into the northern regionsof and his: selections of admiiiNtrativcollicers FASH10XAI1LE ( furnished at the shortest notice, at

now opportunity the great African continent. Thisis showed his! great statesmanship Dress and Cloak I Maker RUCK BO I HUM 1 t'KlCE.at:
to make n grand exception.
p the of so clearly, that of course the ,I '
as regards ANG ] L. 1 J.IAJCET'Y,
j Others, professing absolute adherence :South will bo for Giant, as one (man. Third Street, between Centre mid Ash,

to tho same principle and utter hos railways, canals, and tunnels why Hut seriously, can any intelligent FKIIN'AXIJINA, }'I.OUIIJA.S'1'AMl'ING Centre Street, opp. Post-Ollice.
not, also, in the line of planting colonies body of the people believe that any ___u __ ____ ____ _____
tility to candidacy opposed to this
any amongharhurinns, as was done by number of Southern Democratic votes : :DONE TO OI.DER.ai.Agent II. E. DOTTEBER
view, so shape the news and the appeals "
will again be cast for General Grant. 1\le'rol'olicul ,
for linttcriclc
I Europeans} two or three centuries rgo? k Co.'s |
published by them that they are substantially Even "burnt child dreads the fire," Fanhioim-the most stylish and elegant patterns

and evidently advocates of England and Turkey-England has and voters have passscd that age. printed,all popular everywhere.- -- 1-entf Fcrmtndiiia, Flu.,
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tho election of General Grant to the threatened Turkey, and she has not AT the unveiling of the statue of ::1'011 1 J EX T.SEVERAL .

presidency of (the United States. A threatened her ; England has ordereda General George H. Thomas at Washing DEALER IN
NICE ROOMS: for rent low, I in
it was iidticable fact that all the
leader in this latter singular game is fleet to approach Constantinople to volun a Streets. corner of Centre And Third FINE
\ eer military commands present" '
the New York Herald, now and then enforce negotiations, and she has givenno were from tho South. In his address!, AIM the second story above l\Iellr8,8).dell] k

declaring in words unalterable hostility orders of tho kind ; England is intent Mr. Mathews did not show tho noble lro.Apply, corner to Ash! ull1'hlrd!Streets. Groceries d Proisioiis1

to a third term, yet so shaping or on carrying into effect needed spirit shown by General Gordon, at Savannah 32-t M.In DOWNEY the City Mart. Family an ii .
but made __ .
reforms throughout the Turkish dominions use of the occasion -- --- -------- -
vamping up reports that reach it from and she has no such desiresis to proclaim against tho rights of the Treatise on the Orange Cuxtomr can rely upon getting Choice Goods, as
;, different parts of tho land as all the States, nnd to review the causes!! of the nothing but theFINEST

t'' while to be acting the part of a supporter only making a pretense of zeal in war and the sins of many of tho invited BY T. W. MOORE.

of his claims and pretensions. order to please certain portions of her guestsby their participation in it. He rpHIS J- valuable work is for Bale, it the office of the BIt.NOS

The last pretense put forth is that "tho home population. Such contradictionsas made it very clear) to his own mind, Thli MIRROR III the only Price treatise*rent wrl'ten for this particu are keptln stork.
that .
Thomas did not draw his ,gar 8-rtlou nd still .
it Inf
these are found in British and foreign giv s 'rmatiiri] tbat will -- -- -- -
Southern Democrats arc jubilant over 8word for the preservation: of the be> of value to the orange grower in Louisiana and N'I'SSAIJ? COLLEGE
journals during the last few days, CalifoiinU Ha author Is on. of the most .ucces$-
their discovery of General Grant, finding Union but for the manufacture from jut orange /growers In the Stat..
him "to bo a man after their owns I and it is idle and unprofitable to publish that Union of nation.. The army or --- -- .-- FOR YOUNG LADIES
the Cumberland in Dr. ARTHUR C. FORD .
tho details. Amid all the smokeof were unfortunate
hearts and the best i AT
possible presidential their
selection of an orator. The
: statueis
candidate." "The Southern diplomacy one thing evident: that JHSA'TIST, Fcriiaiidiim, Florida.ATHo .
papers very t finely executed, and the unveiling

by dozens," says the Herald, are speaking England is aroused to a an increased was witnessed by a larger concourseof Fourth Street, between Centre :
of him in this:: manner. Everybodyunderstands jealousy of Russian influence at Con people than has often been together, and Alucliun Streets \1 U.SHand: FUK.NOH nta(":einPAL 1'I-I": and IHtAWINO,

t4 tho tone of and stantinople, and her zeal for reform, even in Washington.MR. Fur CiroiilarB address KEV. J II. SlYEKfl.t'ernuudina ,
mockery 48-tf. FKUXAKPIXA. FLA.IVM. Ha.TT .. .
which had slumbered and slept for along -- --------- - --- --- -
levity with which tho Herald is i YULKE -
wont to : by his superior financial II. C. 1JURYEE, CHOSllEK,
discuss the most serious and vital questions time, may not unfairly be inter abilities and untiring exertion has constructed *

::.I -perhaps:: this is:: but an additional preted as an attempt to lay a firm graspon ono of the finest railroads in General Commission Merchant, GUNSJIITIJ,
Turkey, such as shall)) prevent her the southern country reaching from .
instance of tho fun in which it indulges
I the shores of the Atlantic to the watersof Centre Bt., near R. B. Dep"t, Fourth St., tost. Centre and. Alac&ua,
I ; but if the claim is made with any falling into the hands of her late foe, the Gulf and "nobody, hurt," mind FERNANDINA, FLA.

'1 approach to gravity, that Southern Russia now forward in making the i is now hard at work on his Peninsular FERNANDIXA, FIA. Guns made to order, Om a and Pi'tola bnught,

I Democratic most friendly advances. Another circumstance Road which has reached: Lochloosa SAT CORN OATS. nol "r rxrbanK'd. Work in iron or br....done at
papers are ready to J>w'f Lake, about halfway to Ocala, 1Hllll'itill! 1.lt the lowest prl' e*. I nrlcs 'epairvd and keys fitted.
; unhappily too evident, is All order promptly attended to
that for tho --- ---- -
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name presidency -- ---
pose ) 1)r.Vall and Col. Crane+ arn not satisfied ANNE CLAIRE Work not called fur in thirty daYIi will be Bold for
the existence of and ,
where, we beg to inquire, can wo be an exasperated !1Vell, as soon as Mr. Yuleo completes :Ins repxlrs.- i.tf

'f pointed to one journal in Florida or embittered feeling on tho part of Russia I the Peninsular) road, we shall insist Dealer in the chblce.t GOOD, FINE LAUNDRY--- SOAPAT

Georgia which thinks it for tho good of towards England; kind passion I i on his! retirement, so as to give Dr.
Wall)) and Col.! Crane chance to construct THE-
which when it seizes is J.4
on a people, amore
the whole that General
country Grant
nil the projected roads in the Fruit Vegetables Confectionery
I and his peculiar methods of administration probable cause of war than any State, and as many new ones as they Florida Soap FactoryJACKSONVILE

shall nirain bo exalted to boursway number of substantial grievances. may see proper. We arc now satisfied Ao. &0",
over this u people? that they can so far sUl'pasIr. Y uleo Third Street, between Centru and Alacbua Streets,
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.TUB in the construction of railroads/ that Feruandiua. Fla. 7-tf FLA.

there is no use talking about it. Give
FOREIGN NOTES steamer tioruss'm} sailed from the old man n chance to get out of Centre Street Millinery

Belgium and her Public Schools.-Consternation Liverpool a few days since with sixty. your way, gentlemen, and reserve your Itoslii Tallow, "'ux, Mi in s, Furs,
five English farmers: and their familiesfor figures and abuse for the next man who
is said to prevail among Texas. have the to T\ ltEDDAUGIIlIas : Sugar& Syrup and Oranges,
may temerity dispute!
your .
I '
constantly: on hams a line selection of the
Belgian Bishops and clergy because STOCKS have taken a decided tumble, right to build all our railroads here- newest styles in LWE-S AND SHADE HAT- Taken in exchange. For Price Lift etc.. address

the Pope refuses to sustain their nt and as usual the outsiders are the i\fter.-Starl.'t Trleyraph.Notice. lor Ladies, :Misses and Children; RIHHuNS,

tacks on the public schools:: of the losers, the brokers: having foreseen LACKS AND FLOWERS; also, (.ent,' and SOAP FACTORY,"
the evil afar ofl'and! hid themselves.PROFESSOR Hoys' llama 01 first quality. Call and examine. P.O.Box 989. ((16.3m) Jacksonville,Fla.
i country, advises them to cultivnte Mrs. M. is Domestic .
PROCTOR'S lectures A Teachers' Institute will be organ- agent: for the Perfect Fit. -- --- - -
I A better understanding with the civil on astronomy ting Faihions. No one shou'd' 'tail to try them-
delivered in New York, and ized in school-lmouso No. 1, in Fernan-: --- COHEN BROTHERS

authorities. since published, are more comprehensive diua, on Friday, the 5th of Decembernext WILLIA\f]\! F. WOOD, Jr.,

Gladstone and the Old Catholics.-No to the general reader than any we at 9 o'clock a. m. All persons I
have ever seen on the same subject Newsdealer Bookseller Stationer
in ,
man England enjoys n more truly interested in education are invited to ,
TilE Empress Eugene passed' through I'OPUXjAR
European or worldwide reputation, Paris the other day en route to the bedside attend and aid us in making the exercises I DEALER IN FANCY ARTICLES,

and that for the highest mental qualities of her d'ingmOlher. So great interesting and instructive. Tho

i'' and accomplishments, than tho changes in so "short, time (it was nine public school teachers throughout tho 312 Centre Street, jFEKSAXDMl, FL!.

bead of the English Liberals Mr. years since she last saw Paris) is, rarely county are earnestly requested to be Shelf< Papers, Picture F,uue.. Bracket, Lampa. DRY GOODS STORE
witnessed even in this changeable age Croquet Sot. Iliad UUvtara, Comb, Hru he_, etc.
Gladstone has recently taken an active present nnd rend essays on teaching, Puprterie In great vult tl. Akto, Sewing Machine
part in establishing church in Lon THE New York police )have at lust school government, etc., or join in the Needle Oil, etc. .
captured murderer.. He was found IXKSTANHS.
don for the Old Catholics who desire floating in the Iwith blind. discussions of such subjects.) 41 fc.451: naT Street,
eyes W. MAHOXEY, & imOTHEK,
reform in. the Roman Catholic Church folded, his hands tied securely behind Superintendent of Schools.

and not withdrawal from it. his:: back, and they calmly assert his FKHNASDINA. FLA.. t
victim to have been himself. Make Furniture Just Received Manufact veers and Dealer in Cook and Parlor JACK&iON1'il4Ll;, It'LA.

,War in South menca-Our sister him out a suicide in fact. Messrs. Sanboru & Sel'ondstr !I ',
Boyd, Stoves Heaters Ranges
Republics fight as vigorously and THE preparations shipment of ,
> extend invitation
(et general to
pluckily as if they possessed great Cleopatra's' needle from Alexandria Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Roofingand ORDERS PROMPTLY: ATTENDED TO
the to examine their and ,
has public large ----------- --
It been unearthed --- -
armies and navies. Unfortunately the are progressing.' -

valor displayed does not appear to twenty feet below the present surface complete stock of furniture, which has Guttering. MONCRIEF HOUSE

of the ground and there elands been added to tho present week by Ju..t Receiveda
have brought peace any nearer to the upon a block of granule weighing 40 shipments from New York, enabling BT MRS. BTJPFI1TOTOIT> ,
belligerents; rumors of one nation nnd tons. The whole will bo shipped to large consignment of Stove I,
them to other the best variety ever CORNER OK PINE AXD FOBSYTH STREETS,
another offering to act as mediators this country and erected in the Central: THE "ll'o oK's JKWEI,"
in this market. 51-tf
are completely discredited. There bus Park, New 'York. seen JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I CAPT. WILLIAMS of the New York ---- !. appropriately na r.edIt is a jewel We WILL
been no better fighting in a day New Goods.A .
many NOT be undersold
i $1.50 and $2.00 PER
of tho DAY
police force was acquitted ,
My Corner 3d and ASUE tltI.
than was seen on board the Peruvian of clubbing innocent few cases:: of nice fall goods just .---
charge an man, According to Location of Kooma.
ehip Hiuucar,when against overwhelm as he has often been before, the jury arrived and now opened in the City G.; F. AVERY, -

odds Admiral Gnm his then congratulated him and the farce TIIS WELL-KNOWN HOUSE IS CEN-
ing fought vessel Mart, and will be sold without reserve, Itx'uted, and having been renovated
till more than three-fourths of his was through. The next scene will beth together with balance of goods now on throughout will be kept u a ftfllt- a- house.
(' tragic clubbing of some other quiet The rroprietrrs., having hud experience both S
crew were disabled, nearly every officer spectator, to l he again fallowed by the hand, by :M. DOWNEY.Full North and South will pre no juiiim for the com -
fort of her
pHtruiia.in making the house
I on ,board was killed, and the ship farce. It will soon be necessary for and---Winter----- Livery: & Boarding Stable. ita any in the city homelike 33-tf -

had become a wreck; the gallant admiral persons visiting): New York to carry Clothing.J
was slain before his:: ting was arms against the pol l'c. i ak T. Kydd are now receiving): their C.\IlIU.AGFs' end WAC1UXN Improved Property for

Following this success THE anti-rent troubles in Ireland are fall stock of metis', youths' and boys' To and from Steamers and Trains. "Stele

hauled dottn. increasing and assuming more important clothing which they oiler at very low CONTRACT FOR IIAUUXO, ETc THE ,u'-'l'il.r offers for sale ten at-rea offend
\ .
'Chilian I
at sea the army has advanced Levy County, FU., between Ar-
proportions. The English; (jovernment prices. I redondo and Uroiuton, on the ,\tllmlic.lJult and
along the coast and gained important has decided to reinforce the _--- T-____ FOR HALE.HORSES West India Transit ",,111'01&<1. The land i ill all well

advantages over the opposing forces garrisons:: in many places, and the police Some More BUGGIES, HARNESS, able improved frame, under houu good There fence are and 50 i-ach ha a treea comfort.-the

But the Peruvians abate nothing of force will be ,largely augmented.The Of those nice French Broadcloth andTweed CARTS AND WAGONS. Peen-to and the Honey Peach; IS5:\ grape vine-
failure of the and Scuppernong and Concord; 75 orange tree 1 to 3
hope and have already made crops Coats still on hand and will be yearn of age; and a large variety of valuable
heart or distress among the farming classes are "j" 'En\S CA'4II.- iti 'I ornamental nhrubbery.

good their naval losses by the purchaseof the causes assigned for the movement sold out much below cost, by .Oftlce and :,"Ie-Finit Street, near Broom This property u in a healthy and fruitful ituaVou -
while the general absence of the real octlS M. DOWNEY. Street ; {JK o. HURXsIUK.tf .
new vessels ._ 4 -!.t Mirror oftice, Fenuuidiua. Fla. 1
of the estate in
owners Irehuu.l.leat.ing
r fit of French Rfpretentathv to Al
4 ri .--A visit by members of the French renders it difficult to obtain assistance new stock just received at J, & T.Kydd well done in Arst-cl.sa style/ ROW :S, Sdht.opposite j' Boot or Shoe at the if very you want lowe a living first chua price fitting -.
Florida \vr of all
HOUMS. K/ I kind
is by reductions of reut. Kepalnng done lower tliau at any other place m
Chamber; of Deputies! to Algeria, mrcfuUy and neatly done. t-3m town. 43-3

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- The Madison Recorder has been, en- i St1! M3IJ"S Him'' Par.Kc!. TRANSIT RAILROAD. J
I larpcd, and now has six columns to the wnOI.]::''IAJJI(3ROCERSi:

And porwm 1\1\\;nit bnslne with tlifa paler will j page.1'e are glad to note this symptom r 'Ii\ll'-: CARL) NO. r'1. ,:4' ': I'I'In '

please direct to "'I.ORtlJAhRROIt: Krrimndina.Advertising of prosperity' ( riled June 15th, 1879. l '

Jlatea. -. -- iTh1. ;

.1 Large Land Sale. :.. OOtXO SOUTH. I

Fifty cents an inch for the first week, The 111'1't'ze'g: that on the 21st M.I SHIP CHANDLERS, J Leave! Krrnandlna. ....10 :30 a m
'h'. Fl.Olt Arilte l1.rt'lI.'oa..I, iH a wAtl'tve
For each subsequent insertion, twentylive I Williams sold: ten thousand acres of LUM13EU( NAVAL STOKES l'aAhal1..1)!, .. .. .1211 II in i
cents a week AND CAPT. JOE SMITH, Arrive Diitt.'t\ .. ... .. .U fm phi
State land for logging and turpentine Arrive Uranil? Branch.. 1 45 p tu I
rI'f'' Obituary, notices, twcnt .1 five cents Will' leave Fort anOin every MON'IMY\ and J TltURS. .trite I+aldwlu,1) ... lUftpiu\ i
Ii-' purposes.' The land: lies in I>u\'l\lnnd Groceries DAY at 8 a. tu. trim L'KNIUK: :: 8TUI.K11 IH'OK for Leave H.ild win. 1 4311111|
nn i inch.THE Nassau counties. Provisions 1 .'rr1\lIMlll'lI.e.... ... .. :J OU put I'
-- : 'I'I.iUl('1',' 11111 Arrive I.a"'t"y. ........ 2 4-t p m )
Gainesville Guards give a ball at -- 4rAT 110TTO.M 1'nlc1s..p: Arrive 'JIIUIle'A ... 3 Ill) hi .' t'
Welvome Hack. Arrive 317
Arlington to-morrow night. and all Intermediate laudli. 'gs ou the St. :Mary'sniver. Arrive luuri-ton ...... ...... .....334 P p tu yytt

.. _. .- The Brunswick A}>pf'llllll\s been revived In Store and arrive l Steamer and Sail: Active" \\alilo ...... .. .. 3(8 'pin '
: to hy
A :MAIL for Nassau N. P. will be I hy. Carey \V. :Styles t n journalistof : Through Hills of Lading& Art 10 Uanne/nlou. u..u.,... 464 ,'IU 1 .
a O O Rile, (!last (fay ; Arrive Arirdoniio .64: pm

made up at this }post-office, to go out considerable\. repute in GeorgiaVe 1OO.OOO (Hard llrlclc ; FROM: NEW YOKK by the tU.UHtT* LINE\ of Arrive lutton ....... .. .. .... ...% 5 40 p m .i, ,
I Arrive AicluT... ...... .. 0 t 8 > .
.n '
,, : :
}by' the City of Avxtin l to-day. are glad to see the Appeal returning to hilt CrtxkftUnte; SIEAMrKi I t all 'FOII the M Mary's Arrive ]!rnnnn .. 6 4i p m -.!,.

its work with the and talent it 1OO Kepi, XniNj; Arrive utter creak ... .. 7..1 i p m } .
I energy 100 Hum-Is KKIIOSUXK OIL, 110" fireproof ('IO'oi!' ('ollne4'lipnmade Arrive KoHt'Wuod. ...... 8 M i p in I',
THE David Clark has resumed her displays. Arrive t p 12 (>|H. )>or trillion on lioiird (ruin with the Nt'w't>rk mid favnnnnh l.toameri HOHTU.
place on the route between this citynnd t Acu- rail and Winter Goods. A I large stock of Groceries, lro\Wons Crook Mill k nil K HHS "C. re of steonii'r Mayflower, }'u. I cave (',' Savannah. :She made her f first trip cry Hardware. Pry nods Furniture, Door. i.aiullna." I Aritvu lliiHewuud ........ ft an' a m .
J. & T.I Kydd are now receiving every Blinds, Sosli faints, Oils nnd ViirniHlir Arrive nirr Crock U03ane )
last Monday. She has been very comfortably HOOD tCCOgl10DITIUNSfur1'ns.enlr.: KxciiralonUts : I Ariive 1\,01l1l"U.\ ... ..... 7 U4 a m
lilted} week large: shipments of Fall" and Winter ixriiKJir.i'Y: : : LOW I'onSU.. and Tmirlsts will find t'IA n vrry ..t- Airlvoril... 750an1
up. are ti\e trip, UK tie, ncrii-.v In greed and alllfstornand ( Arrho lluttun. 817 am j
-.- .... goods, dry goods, dress goods, clothing I Pond order at once, or cull aiul examine before otlirr K'inc are .lunulant. Aim Arridotuli... ........ .... Bt3! A in i
LAST! Saturday the steamer Erie, Cup- hats !and caps) boots and shoes, purchasing elmrwhrro.! For further luturniatlo' apply ti Arrive H.lnp vllle.... .. .... ., .. MA.lautAnUo f
I 11 J 1I11.L1'\,1'1.; \\.Ulo .. ...... ...... .1) A) sin
twin Willson, of Jacksonville, passed which they are selling at the lowest SANBORN & HOYT, SJ-tf }Ftrukiidina HI.. Arrive 'I InirK tern.la 'JO/ am \
Second M., Kernaiulina. Arr"sst.rke ...u .lU4UauiArrlvu
-- -- '- --
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up the sound on her way to Darien fora murkct prices. Ti tuple ...... ......in 4* s m
Alfl\'e Ltt\\'lcy ..,.11 00\) a m
cargo of rice to supply the rice mill IJl ed. For Good Custom-made 0. S. OAKES Arrive Maivillu ..u. .. nu..hlbl: am

of Messrs. Hubbard & MacDuff.Tait 1'\L\II-It.-11I thin city, Sunday, Nov 23, 1S79! Amve lI hIW1uM.. ,,.. ....U31: p m )
LeatelhNdslu ... .....
AND SHOES "ni'J: pm l
-- HESTFK WAI.KEII PALMER: daughter" of Dr. and BOOTS Arrive Nraiuly Ilranth...... .. .. 1 03 p m ,
: new manager of the Key West Mrs. J. D. l'IIIIIIl'r-IIj"c.1" eleven months and sixteen I Arrive !Duttun. .... I 1:1:1! : p mAirlve .
C.haban..1).... .. ... H (U p mrilve .
ji. has made decided improvements 1111)11.The I
p/lt'h '
very \ Llait ; ... :i 611' iu
in the both literary /[ following lilies were written upon occasion ;r. Arrive i'cruanilluit....... ;i 411 p iu tU.
paper) the Imptitin\ of Hester W. I'almer, April Cth I K. MAXWKLL f
and mechanical. The man in jail is 1S79; nnd are now published" at the request| of '.J\ : ,
friends Little llettie, ever iKNiiniiiK with mnilea.udinire \ ___ Supermt. udfut.:
evidently nut needed in the Dispatch for her heavenly home, =" 0\.2:1.1"9.: after rejoic- I }jlLOItlllA CIN'1'1tAid UAlMtOAD.JAC .
!t office.MR.. inn u-4 with the Miinohine, and fniKrunee of her County Undertaker
heantifnl ,,mini for eleven brief mouths "The I %.ON\II.LK.: FLA., Oi'i. Bth. 1870. 1
JJisuol1 shipped' l on the St. John's KiiiK'H dinithter is glorious within.r On sin,1 star tbU. oaie, trail. ou till iowl will i
VVith jhl.IIIt..IIIII.1 rcjoiviiiK shall she enter into run.ua folluwi.
on Monday -M() boxes of oranges. The the Khlj1I1"hIl'0."] I FEHNA1TDINA, FLA. MAIL AND EXI'IIRS-DAILY.: :t f,

steamer had about l,0tn\ > boxes when THE STKAXOER (WEST.HY Constantly ou handMETALLIC Ie.Vf Jltck.Clu\.1Ile..6 UJ pin I
Lt'uvo White House. ... ...
.n 15
p m
she arrived, besides a large iiiiuitiiit of MIH: T. 1.1'.vllllllhlwln..7 ui)

miscellaneous Ireight including 200 stand the, Iarbj'villu. .........7 :'J5 pin p in I
So joyously IhniK wide? uo to l.tiuvo !Saiulurrou, .... ...,....8 07 p m ;
bales of cotton. Will 1 th."I'II'OllltJ past their threshold, WoiMl ('OIllIlN, leave Olimtoo 8 4J pin. \
The heart of bride?
beating u
LiavoMt! .
l..rr..U Ul: i. in ,
sunshine John MacKenzie.sIblglI .-\rrIY".tl..keClt1... .. .. u uu j
Why llooilw the golden In RosewoodYahult and otherwonj pin ,
Dii. JOHN M. VV. DAVIDSON, father of So wllrllll)' all the lloor, 1.t &ve ..1\0 Ouk. .. ".un..2: 16 a iu
Davidson died the While the breath of carew Congressman : at residence V N iIIt'I'AIEItV (.()lOIS Arrived .,.
!o\u'III"Cl'lItI) in at the door? t Allxi.y 10 49 a in r'AI
of the latter, at Quincy, on the First Storo on Centre Street nc.o.r1t.n.11- rive at tlav.uu.b..U 10" lU
No touch of a bridal foot-fall MASONIC AND'OTIIKIt' rMIILEM.1, HllKOUDS l.eaVN havautiiili.... .. 4:111: p m
pith, at the age of 78 years lIe removed Shall press the Mlnnitii way Head Dcpot, AND ItODKB. l.i'avo 4umiy|. .. .......... ... 10 p m
lint a tiny stranger inaiilen J.ouvo T.llaba..eo..5 4.) pm ,"
from his native State, North Shall he the guest to-<.lay. FEKNAXUINA, FLA. IA'Inl Live Ouk .,...... .'4 16.a in
Carolina to Gadsden in ISiiS nits her 27-tf :Embalming:: Done Le iv,\ Ijikoi.,, I Ity.,,. ,,..... .. .... 3 fto II 1)lI.ervUMI'stile '\ ,
county \'llhill,1I1I w (conning
With hiiNli and silent, -- .... .. .,... ... 4 18 sinIrfiavAOIiiHluo ;
where he resided until his death. And tender thought*,prayer and the perfume Unties itxhtimed( removal. Safay leuar.lltl" ..... ..... .. ..44U a mLC.VBuml. ,
_. Of clustering lowers '1'11": 1TOUII "'US.:It'L" atteniie I tu. mot .............. 6AII.: LLIL.aveDrrbyvllie \
----- -- rare Order by mall or telegraph\ will active prompt ...... ...,.. .....6 M a in
Mas. MOORE, fashionable dress and With drooping lilies Hwaylng, atteutioit.Kemcinber. Lvav liaidwiu... .....,...... 11'" am I
And D.iphne odorous soul, I.ISVK HbiiD, lluuiv.,.... ..... ...7 u3 a in O,
cloak: maker, Third street near Center, And IniKrant biidseiitvvinini. Land 1 Immigration that I uin opposed' to halt prices. Arrive at Jacks iuvlll .......,... 7611 am {

has card in this issue of the Mirror. The lip of the silver .bowl.Now On Mull and t
a : OFFICE:: IN SAND ltS HOYT'SOLD 8T 'UC, t.1vreu> Train Hleeplng' Od" run i

Ladies in need of anything in her line break forth loving voices, tan 4 SECOND:: HTIIKET.: tbruiiMb to and hon Jm'kmitivllio. to ouvaiu/au ; : V
"Sull'er the little ones) 1.1.0 i.iican Mlofjlm; tais! run through to and from .
will give her n call. In addition to The gentle shepherd ealleth.Ilereaeheth COMPANY JAckruuvdie.ud, 'l IUb iiru.iHNv.NLl.NA /
forth his 1"111111.'rht'll > ; )
: ( )

dress and cloak making, she is also: through the OIKMI doorway OFFERS::! FOR S.VI.K O. S. Oakes l.o.v\l J*. knoiivllle,...............,......II 16 a In I
prepared to do stamping. Agent forButteriek's Home on a trusted arm Arrive iUl.lwlu........................,...ja: 8u p m (. I
(Hide like an answering: Vision, Arrive i vriiaimiuii...........,,........wa 40 |> m
Metropolitan Fashions. The tiny. hitc-rolieU lorm. 600,000 Acres Land \ Leave Krrnan.liu4........................Iu UO u in ,
lA'HVU 1"111..1" 110 IU
--- --- -- -- Jl
: Ah nhall our faces hook HOVlien CONTRACTOR all WILDER Arrive Jitt kMVIIU"............,...,.... J :aj, \' m i.
Tin? sympathy of this communitygoes \ led l hy linn we love, Suitable for the culture of SemiTropical Fa-si'liters fur r. rnau Unquestioning, we enter this "
V .Iu. No iralu flow lUUwlu to cvdar Hoy ouumlay
out spontaneously to Dr. and The Kather'H house almve? Fruits, Vegetables, SugarCane :; Manufactures .- ,

Mrs. Palmer in their hour of nUliction.II So meek with quiet xvonder, Tobacco Rice and Field &IOULDINDH. BRACKKTH.: \VVtD AND! TURN. I'ul man IalHce Sl e!)>lng Oars run through Iv and
With rt'Mllhl\l knows. (tear, ED IMI.IWEKH \'H4It.ulC\ KAILS, from Jatknuntlil red rutv..u>ii.lii; al.u, ilirmiyU
Where the treasure is, there will the So fair with "penile waiting Crops. Being adjacent to awl WOOD( EIYFH.'IR00011.4'HIIEAruINO .l epiUi( cars botwi-uu Jack.ouvlliu sod iloutgoiu- I
be also." Their has To meet what may appear? WEATIIKKUOUIUSCI\ AND' rill, Ala.
heart treasure along the line of the Tran sit H.U., Fl.UOKI.NO. Utinucits ut Jcks ii\lll with lb. St Johns river {

been transferred from earth to heaven, Hut holy words are Hpoken; ; from Feruimdiua the Makes stain era; at lUlnvtlu with A. U. It W. I. 1'. 11. It.itur i'
the !Ijimlm! extetidiug on .
Oh, !lover of for ,,'o Ke), Unlui'ollie k'erbaudua) and l iuU yE
and to it their hearts may still cling "Oh, Kaithfnl One of 1'roinlHe! Atlantic to Cedar Key on tho Gulf, I "'('.\11& ,AM CHUimi WOUIC Nu.tln au.l Wi-si; kt Lake Ity with J. I'. H. M. U It. '
"Our faith fultlllinent claims' for Tailnbufaie, Albany havau ..li. and ..,.
with an abiding faith: that its brightness ":Stp Thou and gather closely they aro the most accessible in the A HPECIALTY: North' sud We.t. .1. S. McKLKUY!: ,

shall endure forever "This sweet heart to thine own, State. DOCKS AND WINDOW Fit A MM OF ALL MZKB Mater 'irsusuorutloo.
W. Di. DAVIL80V,
----- ""That Forever joy may protection be known !I" The connections of the Transit 1'.,.& Ofllue Boa 174, eruandlim, Fla. U. F. and T. A. dso>7Jl .
Jan 4 ---' --'- "
TilE Fernandina Mirror says" C. 1' F. Now from the flower-wreathed baitiii H.It afford the producer constant, --. .- -- '. iV 31. It. It.Orrirc .
Clarke is a native of the Bahamas. Let The crystal sign in gm-n,- and ( i
inform that journal that the unfortunate A baby smile aefeptu' it ;- quick cheap transportation to : or Scftnuntnvun. \
us 1
man was born in St. Augustine, An aimwering smile in I leaven all the markets ia the country. S. RITZEWOLLER TAI.LillAai.Blc.: FLA., tub. 2. 1679 ) I
Ou and afUr this dste p..ugvr train will
Then turns the little stranger, run
These laud offfto
and is therefore a Flnridian.. Don't put Still on her fortress-rent, are new .. fullowsi

more on the B.xhamians than they deserve. And onee more! through: the |Mortal settlers at the uouiinulhoty ofaOIX' JucliNunville<< ; Flu NIOIIT MAIL DAILY. t
.-Key West Dispatch Uleanm the white robe of the guest. I.f vo rbalUliDOcbi'S 1\lver..2 48 pm

We were misinformed. If any particular She came simple undented! in.iidenOf $1.25 PER .:of flE.Descriptive Black Silk, 00 mrraiitotl all Ariive Lave Quiiicy lalUluasoe.......11.4... .,.....a 00:ao p n iu m I'

earth all ,- silk. Leave Tail .a>nou...,.............0 49 pill
Bahamian feels aggrieved: we A touch from the Unseen met her.- \ j Leave Drilt4>n.... .. ..... ...... ....8 au pin '
stand to be forgiven She "depurlwl ICoyal Child I Maps jjr/ Circulars I The bost'Sl.OO) silk ictlie: U. S. Leave Uadlaun..... .. ..... ..... .lo OU put 'I
ready ,, Arrl'.I'eO.III.............. r.
-- -- -- --- -- -- -- n ufl s m .
-- .UJtlU \1: given free on application to Summer silks ut 5U<., GOc; best Arrive' "" '.....ab..... .. .... ....10! 15 a iu
70 Cts.Matting. Arrive at Albany.......... .... ...lo 16 ant '
i1 Ox Monday morning an alarm of tire J.JJI't' A. SWANN J.O.'II Live U.k...... .... ..nn.J :Uu alU 'I',t
caused the roof of the residence TOUT ALMASAC WFEK ENDING NOVESIBEK: 29. at 14o.; flue; nt 25c. lA-ave Lake City... .. ....?... ...4 to a in
'l was by BfJf Laud Comraissiouer, .COO buo "Arrive .lauknouvnie........... u uu a ui
of Col. Dozier catching; from sparks RIK ri. "'-!':TII. HIGH WATER. P.M. : Flannel Sttn $C to $12. Leave J&. k'J""U..4 .,......... 045pm "
(t Wenwly.Nov.26 6.34 5.01 8.58 A.M. 6.16 Fcnmndina, Fla Money refunded ifuot satiHfac- Ixiave l..k.1 illy.... ... ..,.... ...1065 p uArriveat i',
from the chimney. The prompt application Thur 'y. :r.. 6.3.Ii.fll 0.41 6.W! -- ----- -- I.lv.u.k. .............. H h5.u
I' Friday. .S. 6.al 5.I' "-23:: 7.3H tory. 2ltf Leave Albauy...........,... .,....4 46 p m
) of a few buckets) of water Hat'fluy :2:'J. 6.37 5.0)( $.04 8.19 TIII: 1 1ARID.1 _ ._ __.. __.; n _: Lowe Hnvsouali. .. .... .. n..... 4 49 p iu ,1
, the blaze. The houseis Leave 1.1'.01111..2| :It.I.m J
soon extinguished COMMKHCLiL.FERKANDI.VA / of the largest dwellings in the l>. 60 aui E
IMfM Lor either resulonci businewspurpost'H a
TOWN T HT COMPANY.FEItNA11)ir or ..rt'rsll.hinlee1),7 ao aiu '
county, and its destruction would be a JUIU'ET-'OIlKECTEO%*:M. LAWTKV.HpiriUTurpentinr \ bold at reoouublo 1 ""\. .Tillal<................ .. .)u CU a m f+
prices Lave ... .. ....
Quluiy ....lo U
heavy loss to Col. Dozier nnd leave: an ......-..... 32(6( 33 .......---- and terHAM'L ) Arrive at ......ltaboocb ..,,),, ....l1 45 am
Rosin, common ruined................. f 1 23 (1130: upon easy u I
ugly gap in the neighborhood. Tar..............-.....none in market DAY \oKn-8uualal..uellllid.: F I
Crude Turpentine...... ..' ........:none in market. t. SWANN, Leave: Tallahassee... .1)n..... V JU a m
---- --- --- -- Cotton-he Ixliuul in the Ml'e.L.._.. 44. aveLIOd..... ........,. ....IU 30 a m ,
The Question of Dou & TOWNS X U.K. LINK, CENTRE, Comer of SEOSD. STRUT Leave Lrllion....................II CO a iu .
l-8m I
Ancllla..un. .nn..1I ua
The citizens of this county will notice FEUN'ANDINA H1 T AIL MAUKKT.Conrect AND CtI\n KEV. .. .f--_ 1 Sive ( 'renvlhe..nn./11)1),11 41 a a Iu w r
<< .
13 3<
the special election called for the 10th Vegetable aud (Jarden reeds. ---S Le.,.. E1h/r;' Ut..1.2 10 p I'ua"r u

decide whether not bonds VE4.KTABLKJI.Potatoes !: : Garrett & :Barnes LeaveLJ,eU.k.... ..... .......1).4 1 liOpm
pros., to or per bu hel._._......41 40 fell :SO ; ., .
_... Offers to Lessees and Purchasersa Art h. Lake City. ............ 6 Ul p iu
.. 0 60
shall be issued to the amount of$10,000to Sweet Potatoes, per bmtliel Q 0 75 Arrive lit 4sckrrovt1ie..1)...... S 18
hundred.........10 00 (* 20 00 u IIILe.v.
Cabbage, per number of most eligible .

....... large 00 \\ Iltf Nl., Jeek.ouvUt..v 6O cj J.
repair the road to the main land and Cow Onioiw Peas, per, per.busheL.-: 175 I"W W 30U W and desirable Lots suitable IA.y.Leave Ln.Lak.llty......... .... ...Ia oe put 1

the draw-bridge. While we' think the Tomatoes, parr crate....._....._..... 0 00 ((y 0 00KKflTU. Le... 111..2:. rnak.1).1 114.II) III
for Business Purposes, or for City Jacksonville Florida 10 pm I r
road of more especially to Lave Man..X 20 p D
importance Apples per bu..hel..M.. 2 00 0 2 SOlemons Suburban Residences UPON ,
1 hundred_........... 300 <$ 400Kaiuuuis or LAry.UreenyhL.1),1)... 4 lupia ;
our friends in the country, still we do ,,per peer hundred..........._....... ZOO<* SOD EASY TEH IS. Si Stave.HARDVARB IAava a".lJrlftoll_ _Aucllla.._._ ._._._.1)1.__ ...1).1).1)... 4 'U) .II. _m :t, .}
of the Gv'fH .HUh .A IM_
each .. ._...... .. 0 10 W 0 13rorLTRV fit wvvvvTvvve'>K -*> w f eMs
favor the expenditure of large sums CotoanutK, ? ? ? .
not Liberal Discounts on Values allowed (Arr. Lk>yit ...........I *0 p ut

\ in enterprises of this nature and then Turk ey..eat h......;...-....-...-..-. 1 25: 1 SOGMM to parties engaged In manufacturing Ariive at faJlab...... ..). ......A &11' iu s rl
each.-..- 73 W 1 00 NTICELLO BUANCI1.Leave ,
of their being allowed to go to destruction Chickens, grown.--.....-.?.....?... Xi fo 40 or industrial enterprises: li Uootkello 3- aud 10 40a. u, 4 43 and 8 10
has for the do Iialf-grown...._...._... 20fi 25 pus ., -
as this improvement Ducks, grown per pair....... I UJ n ..1 25KKK who will erect on the property purchased I Arrive at DrlfU'n-8 10 and 11 00 aw 8 t''
\ '- want of a little ordinary care and work *, per dozen......-....-,...._.._. 23 ."*,. ''M, substantial, improvementsfor DOORS, SAS( BLINDS, ui. Odaudg 90p 11
,. upon it each season. Our road tax has Reef-ataki......-.?-........... 6 12 residence, or in which to conduct Leave Urlltnn-6 OU and 11 18 a in, ft U and i 40

..._. _..... 6 t* 10
;:not judiciously expended; the main Pork Mutton...............- 6 10 their bUtiineHs.INDUCE1IEN1'S. Paints Lubriatmg Oils. Arrtyii 9 0V lientlal0-6 m. 30 and HIS P m. Hi sad i

\ road leading from the city is now, and HaIUl8&'e...._....._._m.jn.ina. 1Srwca. P 8?. MIBKSJ Ii AKcn.

has been for some time, in a. dangerous hay Corn, per per hundred bushel....pounds.-._..............?_ 0 80 730& 0 M
condition for want of an expenditure of I ,per bui.hrl........................,.... bass ISO term of from taxation offend Arrive al. Marks............,..10 ao a iu
1. .
and \ pounds. 1 3U & 1 40 a years -' av. lit. Marks...... .,,,...,.11114./ aiu
lintu middlings,
i two or three hundred dollars; and the I .Flour per barrel......per...-?.......__..../ 8 SO Ita 9 :50 by the several! cities and A/f TS rue_ woiidruff Arrive Ta l.Oseas... .....\ 0* w
: county is liable for a bill of damagesfor Hominy, per b.nrel..M... 4 75 % 000 MABVIN'HMAHVIN'"'''11:.. and Jack..uvt11. all sleepere between. Ta'habaue.
nit mgUI trains.Connwtluiis
lee. per too. f 10. Retail 75c. per 100; per |b. :So. towns. Apply to AL1kONEY: DRAWER.Yrtc.l .
loss of stock or injury to human life urns at Cbatlraasb.a with Peoples
I 6U)
-- ---- -- ------ Hosts fur t-uUla. U'lhdAJ".,
W.dta.N.ls sad
at any time. In plain term, we do not JACKSONVILLE, YLA, GEO. D. GILCURIST, WOOtEll aut IUUI'I'INU CANNOYOM fatnrdajs; l,.r Columbus WedAesdsys sad batur-

favor building a ship to send to sea without AT Mias Helen M. Adams, Brooklyn minutes' Agent. 71): .I \Vnru. days; 1st ApaUUucols.JIU.Tlinrsdays t. LIBD.

for securing her walk from the depot can accommodate a few E@Office Railroad Building, -K.rUteaJ.nl.
j any arrangements boarders ia excellent: 1oI1e.l JteMM large n4letuaut. 47-TI! e'ngant4, '- tog ty skilled. work. EDOU VLIET. .
I ; safety or care afterwards. neighborhood very J 5-U Fernandiua. J.Q-tf ales, u.,4. ..U., f Ji-U O o. ytelgbt and Trans Agt.j 4tIq'l


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.' m AGRICULTURAL -I-o. Salt ; 'I dtl e earth;more capa I Till; FJLOKIDA
of absorbing the moisture of the NEW
" TtE J/OM. Ploughman nays : "Last atmosphere. Salt rarely causes the
\ year our ngriciilturnl societies nwimJpl wheat plant to grow larger or taller, 'i LAND AND IMMIGRATION .
for trolling horses $7,752.45; nnd for but it fills up the car better, and bringsthe FALL and WINTER GOODS
objects not strictly ngrirultunil $10!(),. weaker }plants forward Mr.\ Sin. ,
303.27, while for experiments on nin- clair tells us that salt appears to lessen Company
mire the trifle of $207 only was offered. the production of straw and increasethe : OFFERS
." weight of grain. Salt should be

THE Murk Lane Erprcs, in relation applied sometime before sowing the J. <& I? :B.Y-DD. 600,000 ACHES
seed, not less t than ten or more t than .
to land rental, taxes, etc., in Greit;
DritnintI twelve bushels' per :acre. This quantity : Of the most ACCESSIBLE; and -
"An of 208
: owner acres
t gives nn increased yield of six bushels DES1!tABLE lauds in the
receives $ ,lOO rent, and pays $115 land

nnd rent, $2,100 income)( ; poor tnx. and The highway tenant pays rates;, IhITCIIERiNGSIIEEP per acre. .-\ .Torn Crutch- Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes STATE OF FLORIDA,

$410: drainage rate, $315; income tax, field. contributes to Col. J. 11. 1t11 I. at only $1.25 per acre to new set-

$37.52; total rent and tax, :$2,077.50: or brew's able work on "Sheep Husbandry tlers, with the privilege of selec-
,. ( Ht the rate of $14.88 per acre pcr year. in Tennessee," a )paper} in which he XOTIOIVS A\I) FANCY GOODS, tion ill unreels of 40 acres or more.

;'0' t THE LECONTE EAn.-Thi1\ fruit hast pays of the many peculiar do not sheepy eat mutton odor and because taste These )lauds are located on and

been introduced extensively in Florida, sometimes found in the meat; and AT NEW YORK PRICES.THE adjacent to the HUH of the Atlantic -

' ,', from Thomas county, Ga, mid all reports they usually attribute it to contact with Gulf and West! India Transit
i. agree that the tree is a vigorous the wool at butchering. This last i is a Co.'s it. 11., extending from Fer-
!" grower, free from disease and is ti great mistake-it is due to delay in disemboweling -
on Atlantic to Cedar
i nearer. If half that is said of it is true, the carcass. If time intc tint! ,
.t it will soon form no inconsiderable aro permitted to remain until the pelt PRICES WHICH CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD. Key on I the Gulf coast, thus affording

I r l item in the list of Southern products. i is removed! the gases emitted from to the producer cheap,
Several in Thomas Ga. SEW: GOODS received every week, so that our Stock is always Fresh and Desirable. A large
men county
i them are disseminated through the constant and
S r have become wealthy from the sale of lock Jf I'.UXTH.EnCI.EIi and CAMlIHIfN, Irom Bets,a yard and upwards. rapid transportationto
lleh: which causes!! the objectionable t the best markets.
\ the trees and fruits. Mr. Varnadoe, trite or odor. Either: disembowel the i> it is Hi GOO 13 *4.
last shipped 150 bushels of pears The belt of country traversedby
year carcass at once, before the pelt js i removed
fi1 from nine trees nine years old. The the throat is A fill stock of Latest'lylee at U"tt"m Prlres. A large assortment of HOSIERY and GLOVES' Flan. the Transit B. H. embraces
or, as soon as cut,
; I nels. Towels and Linen DaiuaokM Undershirt nnd Drawers great bargains; Cloths, Ca*-lmcres and
fruit sold for $4.50( per bushel and up having the animal tiedup[ by. the hind : Kentucky Jeans a full stock. fpeclal bargaius CLOTHING.S .
wards lie states that he would rather I- feet t, with its head hanging downward EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto
own ten acres of these trees in bearing cut a hole between the hind quarters : f GENTS' :PTOHMUma GOODS A SPECIALTY-,; be found in the State, a large

than the best cotton plantation in and fill the cavity of the body at once A full line of Latest Myles.: Our Dollar Shirt the best in market. Call and examine our stock
Georgia. It i js propagated from cut- with cold water; then skin and remove and Prices -f..re purchisltu elaewb.-re. orders> :b:> mail promptly\ uttei.rted to. proportion being 1 peculiarly adapted -
tings, nnd will thus be rapidly and the entrails nt leisure. In either case Having a r"lIldl'lIIllner In New York. special orders run always be filled at New York price to toe culture of SEMi-Tiiori-:
ff LUvlrig introduced the 5 Cent Counter, which has proved so popu'sr' we show a large v.irl
easily multiplied. there will be left none of that disagreeable 'ty ut articles which have been sold for more than double the price. Call sad see the bargainsJ. : C\L FIIUITS and Early Vegetables,

I TilE JAPAN PKUSIMMOX.-This fruit odor or flavor usually so peculiarto & T. KTTDD and The Large, Compact Bodies tf
Walker St., New York. East Ceutre and Third Feriiaudlua
has hut recently been introduced into mutton. r North cor. Stn. fla Timber make these lands worthy

this country, and promises to become FRUIT,-In the Northern States thereis of CAREFUL EXAMINATION by manufacturers 41

a desirable and l profitable, product. Wo every variety of grapes, apples\, pears THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FORCALVIN of LUMBER AND NAVAL
have never tasted l the fruit, but the figs) berries, &c., and delicious fruit H: STORES.
specimens wo have seen indicate n firm upon cvjtry man's table nt every menl.
r and solid character, unlike our wild At the South it is a dreary nnd univer : : O -A. ] NEW SETTLERS purchasing
fruit, are much larger nnd more agreeable '- p('(t of hog and hominy. We land from this company are furnished -
to the eye, and we are told arc ought,: to change all that: certainly' we Jacksonville, Fla., with entire free on
to the taste. A do i it! Piedmont Virginia passage
more pleasant specimen can very easy;
the Transit It It. for
from Mr. Hart's place at Federal is the fruit growing section of the 1AIRJU.L 'V C) RK S. family and
Point, ot a rich golden color and about United S tlell. Arc we lazy and shiftless personal effects to the station nearest -
the size of the average orange is very ? It would be hard to confess that. the land purchased.TI .
fine, nnd Mr. Bid well exhibits another Southern, lamer.J E. D. ROCKWELL, AGENT FOR FERNANDINA. l'LE
.. ,being de-
variety smaller but equally as line in -- -
appc".rnnce. Mr. I!, has twelve dill'er- CI'HN"II rived by grant from the United

r ent varieties nt his nursery nt Arlington States and purchase from the

and furnishes them to his customers ]DI& DIJRKEE'S S ate of Florida.COHHEsrONDEN'CE.
; at low pircci. Our wilt persimmon Iron and Brass Foundry

t which, by the way, is a grtjd I fruit, SOLICITED.
44 but not transportable when ripe) grows ANDMloniNE LIVER AND KIDNEY PADCURES Descriptive MAPS\ and CIRCULARS

everywhere on the poorest soil,. and SHOP. i mailed uu application.'
affords a fine stock upon which to graft

the new foreign varieties. This, with SAMUEL A. SWANN,

the Japan plum, Jujube and other foreign Liver Complaint.. Kidney Disease, Fever and Ague: Catarrh, Laud Commissioner.
fruits which are rapidly being lu T. Jj MURPHY Female Weakness Rheumatism Dyspepsia Side-
Neuralgia ,
traduced, added l to our present! home ----.--.- --- ____
Ache Bilious and Disease
Complaints, any arising
will which
} fruits, soon present a variety
., I will afford fresh products the year Proprietor.. from Disorder of the Stomach or Blood.

through.Union.TEA .
Price One Dollar.. Sent by mail on receipt of price. .

CUI.TUUE.-Willinm Saunders, of Steam En neSt Sugar Mills and all Liberal discount to Dealers. I offer the following choice lauds

the Agricultural Department nt Wash G" O. iiuoiiis: & into. ,%gc.i<*, at low prices and on the most rea-
ington in n recent address before the kinds oj Mill Machinery builtor
i New York Horticultural Society, answers No. 1 West Bay St. ,cor. Ocean, JACKSONVILLE( FLA. sonable terms.A. .

this question, "Can ten bo grown repaired -- B. CAMPBELL,
in this country as marketable crop,"
thus : The cultivation of the plant i is I,'IHST-dlsS! 'YORK11.tNSllll' O. L. KEENE, Jacksonville or Fernandiua.
as simple as that of the gooseberry.
.The need to bo set in ,
3 plants only rows
thoroughly tilled and properly pruned. and Dress Goods
Millinery Fancy
i to induce n low compact growth Orders tlom a( I.tance will receive careful and 2,400 Acre,
and an abundance of shoots. No prompt aiteutlui

leaves should be poked until the fourth !SUOP-BAY jr.NEAR TilE 8IIIP YARD, No 67 W. Bay St., cor. Laura, Jacksonville, Fla., six miles from Jacksonville, on the
year from planting, to insure a robust,
healthy 11111Veil established growth,so deo 7-tf .taokaonvllle. Fla. Arlington River. Rich alluvial
that they will endure the strain of successive -- --- -- ----- His constantly In took a full line Goods embracing the throve heading Including a flue Hi e of \sugar lands underlaid with white

A stripping, for, under the best 11111 USTRI 1L marl ; first-class garden and fruit

.conditions,the leaves are picked several WORSTED PATTERNS and BERGJIA N ZEI..IYIIS, lands, clay subsoil ; in lots of five
times each year. ,What are these and
acres upwards.
conditions? In the first place, a rich, ,
'rY Z Worsteds soiling at 12 ets. 0:. time. No cash
loamy soil is indispcnsible, and the t :phyr per long payments required -
strength of the land should be sustained \ of parties who will improve.
by fertilizers. The climate must be F. R. HND) Proprietor. dec 7-tf \ all other good at corresponding prices. Orders promptly attended to.

warm, for, although the plant will en i&t I 127 Lois

dure a zero are chill long, it and thrives where best the where temperature Shop situated aniiiules walk west of Depot,
summers N1J1JrSQ <<
; is never lower than six or JACK NVILLB, FLA. &tpli. 'm ) !I a in' La Villa (Jacksonville). $50 to

eight decrees below freezing. The last $100. Long time or monthly. pay-. .
condition is abundant mois
necessary ture. In India the rainfall is from 80 :V-ANOFACTUEtt OF '1'1'Op1c"lan4 Soml-Tropleal Fruit Trees, :Hoses, Deciduous tad Evergreen ments. '

to < 100 inches per annum, and it i is IRON XI H11AN.H CASTINGS Shrubs :and :Flowering Plants. 27O Acre
doubtful whether the leaves would :a.I ,

form with sufficient rapidity to mnke IIIOX FHOXTl AM FENCES ORANGE at Welaka, twenty.five miles above
this crop successful in any part of the For Dwelling sjil Cemeteries of Uted designs. Palatka. River front. High bank.
where the annual rainfall is
less country than 00 inches, and even this I also have the Utst assortmeutorMlCH1NF.aY TREES MADE A SPECIALTY. Two hundred orange trees, almost

should be diffused pretty equally over tier PAT wlbuuparU"EK'8 In lb.1 i ajlug\*,and for the can extra fill mJtOa"y expense or-of in bearing. Nursery stock. Fine

the spring; and summer months. Of patterns I g rSend for Descriptive Catalogue. neighborhood, close to steamer
course, where irrigation is pO&:>>ll>le,the Improved My Machine tools glut, wich-uroUlml enables my with uorkaivu the latest to landing, stores post-office school,
rainfall, is of leas importance..SALT turn out work wli the greatest dispatohandat ALBERT I. lUDWELL church etc. At a'bargain. Excel;
th.lo..e"t cub pr AS MANUKE.-II. S. "')'SOf, Agent r-r the WEKTOWX STRAW KNOIXE ,.tf Jacksonville, !'1&. lent soil.
Rural AVw-Yorker CO..an" OlIn lunill thflr KMUNES. BOILEUa
the :
writing to says and $AW.MlLl8 bortnottce. 1OO Acreson !!
ill will be, perhaps ditlicult to name Also. JUII"0"'" .LEBU >TEr RTE!\( HOV.
other substance in the catalogueof ERNOn and KS LE..' STEiil PUMPS kept
any modern fertilizers, whose POWl'1'IIIIwe constantly priors, freight a n ad.le I all l 4 and e Id at Manufacturers' EDW. W. STETSON Lake George, opposite Drayton

/ been so often and so warmly disputed For further tuloriffon. Price ists. Cat.|ng-es, Island. Thickly settled.! Near tho
salt. The following etc..4drrs. T V it POND.
as common P O. Dos 105! I Jacksonville.Fla. post-office, steamer landing! etc.
which 1 merely summarize ,.. .
conclusions -- --
\\Yiiolcsaleale and Retail Dealer ia Fifty-six budded orange trees. A
be established
seem, however to : G. CIIAl'l' I., choice
::.;:, 1. In tmall proportion it promotes A. property. Cheap.
'the. decomposition of anipial and vegetable BOA BUILDER,

substances. Jacksonville,Florid. FUFtN"ITURE'Mattings: 34 A ere
2. It destroys vermin and .
'weed? 'which are thus converted into -- BlTS
at Leesburg, county town of Sum-

-manure.8. It is a direct food of some plant; YACHTS), UNKING J SKIFFS, Mattresses, Feathers, ter.; Inside the corporate limit .

'and It has been clearly ascertained thatif YAW STEAM LAUNCHES. Fine prospective value. Will sell

> salt is applied to the soil, the "e land. Every description(small craft built to order on time. Small payment."gTATE" .
ties afterwards grown on that n the beat style and I the mot Approved mod Q01Jlfo1.tables Door Mats, Children's Carriages .
found to contain an increased pro. els. Correspeudouc licltt\!. ---- -

portion are of common salt. --H-\I.--_. -" - Moldings Picture jftwmes AND "INTERVAL Ulprovement" -
Salt acts on vegetable substances ,
mr 4, FO H-.E. Lands
as'a stimulant.aj5 FIELD OF AEET: POTATOES Mosquito l\Tet8J &c. secured in any
from r
Salt preserves vegetables injury A of
; part Florida at 20 per cent below -
,by sudden transitions in the temperature I Of about three acre "
of the atmosphere. The soils MOSS. the prices established the
Bert Potatoes in F andirw. Will be sold for WINDOW SHADES FIXTURES
when salted, do not freeze as readily as half their value,if sol amtuediateiy.Apply .
usual 'as is well known. (I have m)'. to I CROWK.BJ State. Apply toBAM'L
observed that in places where ; _tpp. Fld*..lIOUMt..e I *.
t -
self cattle are wont to be salted the ground l'lUN'r U.In every style,and at McConihe's Block Jacksonville Fla.' A. SWA NNl,
eJdow or never freezes). JOB &1&0'ow &Le ali 1&0 JUwwu, 1,11 1.fE.UUVDA.. rl.OJU1


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