Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00023
 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 29, 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
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00023
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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.. r.irrs .i.v/ FAMM } iriir TIll IOOK-KI/I'IK .sror.i A ))tlllltS (Ii ptdI'Itnh's that tho

CII",'C'" Directory.PRESIJYTEKIAN. ,we emphatically; i t on such Constitutional : New York Uraplile.He government t has determined to abnnilone ,

preemptions) of qualifications their It is Oot.K.xso: : the daughter: ]Bishop had a wife.His all preliminary i : difficulties which
for t those! offices, a- !shall: prevent might obstruct the'obtaining, of loans \
Kev.. \Iyen,13.13.., Pnstor.rCl'ut" 11 n. being t filled hv inadequately educated, Colcnso of South Africa, is writing a But salary she! complained.She as $Jo. per: annum. from the Board Public) Works for thoimprovement ; (

'III; .and 7:30 1111I\0110'\p.m. Sundavsehttol 7:3<'I' in. Stranger:151\.1n. end 1'rnyu'Meeting citizens or otherwise incompetent persons.I history of the Zulu war. wlllft111bdt'l' hOU l'. \ of (,estates and in orderto .' 1

nre \limited., believe I have here indicated a way I A Kr.Pt'iu.tcAX: paper gels off a polar Bettor clothes. expedite the expendiltiro of money t J

Rev 0. I'. \ Kl'HCOPAL.\ I\, H<,ctor. !' \lot-s nt 1 1 n.in. in which FloridmI: \' sot tho other : joke\ obi\ the other sideas follows : "l'helemut'raticpnrty'resembles Nothing lit to go out in. !strictly for Iho employment of un ldlr,1'

: Pmyrn at 4 p. Sunday-school 3:111:: p. ni. States a good exanlple,1111(1 si way in : tht'earth-- No country cottage.Nor ed) labor, will immediately give loans'to .j
Week-day service Friday, 4 p. 111. Seat'" free. : l.md owners and sanitary bonds.
Strangers:; find, others are cordially invited to which of the dangers incident to I carriage.Nor 'I
attend. many it is a little flattened at the pulls hunt\ They will add to the principal tho l'ostnl' .
univers.il be; averted. Wo I I the and interest .
CATHOLIC CIIUIICH.Kev. MIIIrage can I I II )lIt. GI.AHSTOXK praises the "tact andaccuracy" society. preliminary proceedings .
J. ].', O'I\c>)'le, Puntnr. Senices nt Old are to distinguish 1 between universal 1 I! :She coveted it place on the ragged t on the Minis borrowed, allowing
and ]
,. At New Town-lltjtli of the French rcportcis,
Mai* tit 8 in.
Town- R thoroforo.
.;\\11"1111111 Sermon, 1U.3U a. 111,; CatocliLxin,3 p. III.; suffrage and universal eligibility to i with : I (dt'. of tho select (oH( ). two'l'llr grace. Kepaymont -
his fifty year-'experience\ KnglNhnewspapers : it \ will commence at thoItgillnillg
Vespers, 7.30 p. in.METHODIST from Mio kept up.
office There U i no way of retreat I him boa of tho third This will
,EPISCOPAL.Ilcv. ': ought to qualify to Night. and day. year. concession
J. n. Iey, IViMor. Ser\lee nt 11 n, in. our experiment) with the former, but II ,\nl1mo\lll'd: and only take effect in districts which the f
good judge.Tins
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 I :ernmentwill Ieehtreto0100 under \
see no necessity; for our perseverance Groaned and gm) )

o'clock. BAPTIST. in a trial: of the latter. Settling the I free evolution is petting played Growled and the designation of distressed districts. I
II M. King. PtUltor.l'rlel'* on the first l\ixt when dinnei
Kev. the Boston ,
itnil ''''('Oil'' Sundays' of vacli inontli. at II H. in. qualifications to be prescribed for the I out, says: Wept.'\
mid 7.tO; p. in. Hunday-Hcliool nt 3.-TO: p. in. is i made late by. the cook's stopping He lacked style, aNo. "Wi-xrwAun: the star of empire takesits

COLOKKW CHUIICIIIX \variousnllicos )Provtdiogthemdes 'I work to discuss tho principles of evolution As well an i\'w clothes every six way."ata rapid rate imlt'l'lnt

Trinity Methodist Kiiiteupal.-Rev E. I). FerKIINOII for legally: ascertaining: those qualifications week and various other things.lie the present time than when the memorable :
Pastor fcrviees 11 a.ni.,3 p.in.,und 7:30 I i with a book agent. his made \
9 Prayer Meeting are lilt: ers which, of course, requiro knew how employer) words: wore written. A vast .
p.Friday in. ,Sunday-School ut 7 o'clock, p. in. the most careful and patient I "How FAR is it to Cub Creek askeda several hundreds daily on the stioet. unsettled IIfl'lin Kllllllnfl'illl'OIl ll
African .lM7i< l imcojxil.-15ev. .T. I. Low, I butch .\ thousand or so would not be missed anti Minnesota is but awaiting; tho industry .: ,
traveler of WUIIIIIII.8hu08t
I belated a
Pastor. tie r\'il'l'M ut till,in.,3 p.in., and 7-TO: l> in.Sundayschool deliberation.! On the latter point, '
hours. swelling
assist in
for few it
;Meeting Wednesday a of man to :
9 III. Prayer .
ut 7 cluck in. should, say that deciding) as to the satisfaction "Only a liult'n 'tI. 1.1 it four, :So he took it, wont upon the ,street, the annual product of cereals, for

first liiifilml.-llev. John Allston", ,, Pastor.Sundayscliool Ser- of :a Constitutional;: requirement i six, eight, or ten miles?" impatiently: .uid won. which tho ahove* nnnu'd States have
and ::111 m. I
'U-et' at 1111. in., H: p. in. p
9 III, in. Prayer ;Mi'eting Wednesday, nt 7 i is evidently judicial act, anal asked the stranger. "Yaas, I dinks it :She got her sealskin.He become fltn1l1lih'l'r 150tXK; ) )() immigrants -

o'clock.&rom, the unmoved took more and lost. nrrivod on our shores inco tho
( B3J)' ".-Rl'\'. Lewis('Kik Pastor. Services that the whole\ matter of determiningthe ) is i serenely replied gatekeeper. and lost. ,
:More to that back t first of the majority t of whom
at 11 u. in., 3 p. in., and .:30 p. in. Sunday- should I, get January, t
school !9iu \1\. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, at ? eligibility of persons to office More yet.Defalcation. have, shaped their course wTstward It '
o'clock. '' : be committed to tho judicial department THE Sultan of Zanzibar must be. tolerably discovered. is estimated that those fJ'l'iglll'rlllrlll

will he a regular ('om.1. I of the Government. The Circuit civilized for an African of the He wears: the Penitentiary chock.. with them an average of $7O, tout nilagnrog.tte .
'IASOXIC.-Thl'r., Lodge, No. 47, F. ,
coast as
A. .M., on Monilay;\[ evemiur. Ik c. 22.1, at 1\\$ Judges might ho required to appoint eastern : report says
Beware. been added this to tho "rendy
Transient )>r o'clock sharp in European: ,
invited to attend. W. F...SCU'I'Tt'. ;M.W inexpensive commissions: \ in the dinner parties a But if you win regularly! society money" of tho country.

n TIIOMPSOX.Secretary.A counties of their respective (circuits with music from an excellent band, won't be hard on you. '

I office decorated bills of fare and all sorts of But If lose society will sit down '
COXSTITUTIOXAL COtil'LXTlOX. and becoming) eligible to an you : IN the last two years the city of \

To the &litor of the Florida Mirror-I I might be made, in many respects, anal- luxuries. on.you. Memphis bus buried! six thousand of t i

v. i admission to the bar Possible IT is gratifying to learn, from) statistics : licwiiro. her people and lost nearly $8,1)00,000) ) in
believe the time has agons to modest two paii l
lInIld ti> that Better is i \ room up and business through the yellow ,
I will I to mindsof carefully compilod/that there! 1IthCl'n in the Toinl's. capital' r
abuses thll1ll'l'll
eomo for n vigorous exercise of thepopul.ir : readily occur of back stairs : fever epidemics. Tho Appeal as-

mind on the need ami advisability critical turn,, and all necessarysafeguards : a steady improvement i in sanitary And a )plain woollen jacket rmothrthan I \ !sects that filthy, gutters, \bad drainage

of convention for the l revision: I should bo provided. conditions in the city of New York foi\ a pair: of prison unilorm pant on and accumulated gut rhngo caused all J |

ot'the Constitution of Florida, and that ; Some of the ablest writers of the tho past eight; years; ; wo hope) not a pour[ Chai ley's logs. this distress and ruin. That paper: } now

is i with' itris so- demand 1\IIII1l.thllll of purification bytiro
of mingled
indicated important grain
is the of all citizens, who have State: have of the most remarkable
: duty I OS}: question (drainage, fumigationstreet paving:
carefully thought{ their Wlto definite I points in which our Constitution need called fact. It i is well known that tin )* of tho day is i how far a man hast I' and time most: vigorous'enforcement of

conclusions on the matter, to give the revision ; and I have tho impressionthat average length of human life hits boon right to obey bin ('OIlSl' l'IHO.; \\'l' the well aeccitiimd laws of hea'lh aa

the the revisory work cannot bo accomplished considerably increased in Great Britain remember that even Kmcr-on, in his: shall) insure the city against u recurrence i i
meditations to pub
results of their earlier writings carried the rights IIIIIlIlh.itlualiol11l of the Otherwise | in
; ,
I tho last 'l'l\rtl-nll improv
in the hest manner by during S Snot
H('. It U with t this view that I now ask : : so far that ho thoughtit Memphis' is threatened with decay tl'V i H
lor little space in the columns of the legislative action. The regular businessof men t attributable to h belter food and t II11I01'0 wholly unworthy of a trno! soul to begoverned extinction t j \1i

.llirrur. biennial session( would preclude J t'l1rcfulllttenlion to sanitary laws. l by what the world thinks right; //

of deprecated that mature deliberation which should TIIK in which a certain jury in ind wrong. This: phase of New England A YOUNU man succeeded in nullifying I Ji
A year or two ago, many: all of organic law. I. way verdict without thought has! received ample\ iilust! true. i some UK(. ) yotos in i one of t tho Brookt t' !!.
changes an reached '
the early agitation of this: precede : Pennsylvania lion, and HUlVont the rnlttctio nd abaaPilout lyn election\ districts last election day
lut.-i 1'. I'. Bi 1 SHOP: the trouble of deliberation has just I of Freeman. That
o- ject. It seemed to us that: tho / in tho case He rushed up to tho box in which! tho

such a convention could not be been exposed.' ::! Twentyfour tickets poor deluded apostle) of the most advanced tickets to be counted hero placed?,nnd ithrew I
al1brd-1 Orange Lake words thought did what he thought of tickets therein. I :
should he \ were made, twelve bearing the ; a largo bundle\
nnd that it () ,
ed, P I The rich and fertile lands: of the lake and 1 twelve the words was right; and however deluded, was He[ was immediately{ arrested, but it a
least until the State could be delivered! I for plaintiff" conscientious in his act nl tho
perfectly found impossible to separate
will be Planted to }
largely vegetables vyas
from the miserable financial: condition : for defendant. These were placedin murder. Ho imagined that ho wa! tickets thrown by him into thin box

in which) the present Administration tho coming t>ca\"on-a new departure i a hat: shaken up, and then each one doing God's service and obeying. the from those cast by thin voters it was

necessity for the farmers of the locality. of tho twelve jurymen drew n ticket. dictates of tho highest religious fcslanyby finally found n't'l'lItollrIII throw, tho
found it. There was a crying
the The steamer: Alpho, which is now Five of the drawn tickets were for slaughtering his child, und pload'.sthis entire box out. Tho young mini who
for reduction of taxation. At between the railroad in extenuation of his crime. But committed this ull ,'IH'o is still under

same time the interests of tho people : making daily: trips plaintiff' and seven for defendant and common MCiibo-that is thu notice that arrest, and hey( are trying to f find out m
demanded, that the :State should! have <1 and landings on the lake, reports tho jury found for tho latter. The is: common to man-condemned him exactly! what crime ho is guitly of.

with which to buy the orange/ trade brisk nnd ship Ilu1ittill'objects to the verdict. without dissent.. The truth is that i .i.. i
ready money I1Icllt8lnl'ge. On her dip last Thursday i no man has tho right to think or act .
plies at the lowest cash prices:: instead of Oaklawn Tin: other day tenant entered tho outsido of old established} laws. A IH IH'ti.KU; DONE 1"ol1.-1'ho Boston" -.
she took fifty crates from Jlirnlil relates that General Butler, be-
buying them on credit and eventually office of a Tipperary land agent, and man 11I1flIW to bo taller than his A
asked if ho to
Grove of the finest UI'IlIgl'Ser bhip- ing nn-
paying for them from fifty to one hundred throwing 11'011 of notes on tho table, tellows, but ho can't wear a hump( on other effort) for the Governorship ("
Florida.A .
lied from his back and 1 call himself straighter '
per cent. more than they were exclaimed: "T1U'rl"iI"r/ )' penny I have He know .M.tssuchusetlM, said: "As I was returning '
hill of cassava w.is dug nt than other people. may
Boston tho
But these reasons for temporizing in tho world. It's a half-year's rent has to Lowell from
worth. stalk of more than most men, but he : no l
week the
last longest next day alter the election, two individuals
no longer exist. Thanks to the and ye may take it or lave it: av je right to know so much that ho ('nlljUltiJ'
feet and 1 somewhat tho for
which measured eleven two !, worse liquor, 'd
vigilance and energy of the thoroughgoing Irom this mammoth tAke it I'll go to the work-house; av ye \' himself, either in the name of who occupied n cat behind me- were t
who hL\'l'Ut11'Hairs inches.::! The roots I'll America on it." The religion i or anything; else, for am actwhich tha result of the 'elerlion
business men, I leave it go to condemn, discussing '1
pounds. his honest neighbors
hill weighed over forty ;
in hand,'we; nre now' in a position to say rut fiend and the I agent opened the roll of notes and \Ve need not look alike but it is folly evidently: unaware of nay proximity to ::1I I
The lightning of 'Jer
nU'ord( Constitutional i I the '. "Why goodman all fours like brute and them. Finally one then says : ; ..
that Florida can a counted mone) my to crawl on I a '
machine solicitor du think old! Ben'll run again?
silver tongued sewing ry, you .
: claim that that net ,we .
half then by prm"eourMch'olt
there's more'than a year'srent '
Convention he'll
'Hun? course jun only
have at last penetrated to this !!c- saintly lhiu iho fl'lIt.It'lt .* .
Another ground of hesitation: was_ :: here; there is over four years'rentin more : been scoring so flIT. V 1Mu.
of them be eccentric
A were afo too
1c1l1l1'd8l'ttion. pair not !! to (
well understood. It was certain that, the bundle." "The mischief there I I,

revision of the : been "seeking for whom they mightdevour" his hand 1>. (). WATTS. President of tho I
in the event of a general << 1H'c."hilc is I" cried the tenant, pulling WE the announcement in

the Constitution, the county offices ida)' or the two 15 the other in his pocket; "begor, I gev you the our advertising publish\ columns, for jwy, and New York Cotton Lxchange, who has : II!?; f ]
remained in buggy just returned from Europe, expressesthe t.
would be made elective, and this cer- I' one \'cf\'cdl'l'rdIPd on the available wrong bundle\ of notes afior all." seldom trouble ourselves to'enquire the IIHlo Opinion that there U I not going to .'' '-1."! I
was merits of
tainty seemed to be full of peril to the quunlitii's: or bo/ damaging competition with tho 4' \
like L any
point of a mil fence looking A MOUEUS cJtIl'TOs.-Ur. wares advertised, further than to nx- .,'
which I and that the }
counties American
the product
some eight or ten of : on monument, smiling: at is i cautiously treating a sick!! man concerning sure oiirx'lve* that they are legitimate' staple production
"patience of tho which, ban been f
of the public dUe he
bear a largo proportion brindle the nature of whose anti to interview incrcasingwill continue to .
trying constantly I
It appeared evU I is i in the dark. in midI, transforming
burdens of the State. quite our increase with limo demand. It himbeen 1 I
dent that the tilling of all the offices in II dog who refused to listen to argumentsof Well," he says! to the nurse! on making the old to young, in appearance: at demonstrated that no other ti.

that kind. his! usual morning;: visit, "how do least, we cannot. pass it by unnoticed.Wo t :
those counties by popular The country in the region of Orange we tind ourselves to-day ? Did the know of people who, )'enr ago weregrayheaded country with can. The raise cotton to prices compete are _J
thetax.pa'ers our present
would result most disastrously to medicine act? and who now .wean dark
and ruinously to the good Lake has been extremely healthy epidemic Yes, sir, he slept but I left the gas and glossy hair. How is this ? It evidently good the future.and we have Watts nothing evidently,, fear/pr knows ,

season. Lately an turned down low. colored for it has) n
And we have all burning- very is not perfectly "*
order of society. yet what's what.
the colored did be? I thoughthe of(
ofuItny has appeared among population All, ho slept well, natural appearance instead ,
known very well that, ere the lapse and I : the only remedy, appearing lobo would. You left the KM burning- the harsh, dry, ttairing look of hair SAN FKANcirfCO U probably,-the most '

years, the change must come the immediate attendance of n clergyman turned down very ))0Very good", ttniiifd with nitrate of silver or other cosmopolitan city in the United States.! l

; ought to come. Three fourths of the I and tho of the knot matrimonial very good; nil is going very nicely. common hair dye, No! It has been An English traveller l lately| vi icing

counties of Florida are getthig tired of ,. tying And he takes his hat. re tored to its youthful color, IiiMre and there writes: "I had ;liiy boots( blacked r...

for the full enjoyment'of local f no lei than seven marriageshaving "What,doctor 1 Have you no instructions vitality by the use of that wonder, of hv an African, my chin shaved: by f:
waiting / neighborhood prescription-nothingf"The Hall's Vegetable SicilianHairltenewer. .
occurred in one ( -no wonders, nn European, and) my bed made by am
The present centralization I doctor (sagely ami alter mature It has imitatorsbut r .
self-government. the week. many Asiatic H Frenchman cooked' my dinner ." .
of power in the gubernatorialoffice ] during present quail and all deliberation) ]'es, keep tllt' gait burning there i.i nothing liku, it. The teat an Englishman: thoweu ;me, my !{
deer quirreU
Turkey, turned down luw.. increase iu fame, whileits 1
of only
: .is too un-democratic to be patiently abundant this fall than year beat, an Irivhman changed my plate, u ..
I game is more imitators die and arju for ottoll- "
washedany napkin
'a' ,
as permanent
contemplated fur some IF the men who in the religions Glube.I "
been known before years Motion Daily
has handed .
And A German me my bill.' ,
Constitution. The problem to tell how bad they
feature of the is i almost meeting ,
.f and a fox hunt by moonlight worn s
'cre' Wbe taken at their( ,
the DembcrtiliVspiritto are, THE amnestied Comiminut to
is, to restore X.X.X. THE generally well informed
. 1 the organic! law without, injury to I a nightly occurrence.. how indignant they would don't be.want: It is a correspondent of the Baltimore be fairly idolized )J')' tho SocialuU of, i ;
" fact that they you
Can this be Sun that )lr. Blaine is ot the France: In the recent municipal elec'tion ,. -
any part.f the State. COLONEL THOMAS .\. SCOTT was asked to believe a word they say about them opinion reports that the recent election make nt Lyons every ward had one of V ti'

achieved ? Mown mind inclines to t seine questions at St. Louis about Haynrd selves. --- -- Republican success certain in 1880. lie these exaggerated heroes aa a candidate .

the affirmative side of this question.As as a Presidential candidate and he IT is a very.serious- question, and yet says al o, that he has been urged so for member of the Council. ''In several
l best
I am readyto aid : "Bayard is one of very to think Louisiana during this instance the vote, ,wan close.
I now view the matter, the Democrat one which every man ought much to 'go to very
to which I belong insert I' men in this country. If will have seriously upon, whether if you should month,, and take part in the campaignthat The Socialists triumphed in only OI1Qward. .
the avery
party him
see should nominate they ever be out of your mind you would he thinks he will convent. They will not long l follow their V ,ft
in its plat for(n a plank substantial. strong candidate and do themselves far to present leauerehip. From their earliesthistory '
ly like this: great honor lie would get a go.- ,- -, ,- JAY G 'l'J.D'iehc'k'fuf $3S00xrlgiven their favorite* have been very '

t Kesoh-td, That, as representative of great, many independent. votes in A local naper head a column of per* to Commodore Garrison, a few quickly reduced to the rank : 1"-, ,.
of Florida, we are in }'enntl'h'aniDut Mr. Tilden going sonata "Men and Tilings," which is tli&YIu, wa the largest check ever '" -. -- ',
the Democracy Convention to be a strong man for the Democratic of a I' this SENATOR CiusiDLEa'a estate U valued'at$18(8(1u,000. V
favor.of a Constitutional I do not think be certainly not a very gallant way drawn ,\ n y IJriv"tellldh'idua1in :'
and of having 'all the county 'office nomination. means." referring to the other sex count;.- .
time ii i out of the race by any f
made elective; but, at the eauie i .,


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FLORIDA Miuuon/ the Spaniards: in the .exuberance of "Accept these truths; and nil diffi* MRS. A. R. MOORE, I A. B. NOYES,

: u_, __ _._ .. __ .. their emotion. Louis, XIV bf France cullies and doubts as to the mode of :I FASHIOXADLE
this fearful of the
SA TL'RDA I', "'XOVKMIiKK, 11l1fJ, exclaimed on a very different occasion attacking scourge Dress and I Maker Grocer and Chandler] ]
.. human race \'llIlt h.Vc must! attack I : ( 'Cloak Ship ,
-- and in different spirit when h('
; ft very the enemy in hi k /slronghold; tht him Third Street, between Centre and Ash,

1XTUHOCKAKW C..IX..t1nl'hiC thought the crown of Spain:! : was secured where ice know he is, instead of exhausting I 'J FKUXAND1NA FLOUIJIA. DEALER 15

i''r curial' is u>rui; n brought Ibrwaul for his grandson, "The Pyreneesexist : our means and energies: by striking PROVISIONS LIQUORS, ETC.
him where lie in 710All
l wildly at we
for discusrdon! l by occasion of nn oiler no longer! It ill certain that -
have to do, is, h)' earnest and patient, ate"Agent for Kiitterlck At CO.'H Metropolitan
purporting to conic from the Brent t from one cause; and another, the 1. ttiurtces investigation and profound foIrlentilhI'CSl'l1l'l'Ia J.'KHlllolIlI-lhe most stylish and elegant patterns| Agent for :B. F. AVER &: CO'3 Plovrs.OKNTUi .

banking house of the Uolhschilds, I'nr-' ; so called, me drawing together to ccrtnin the cause of yellow l.rllltedl\nd opular| everywhere. 1-eslt ,
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i is, to i'urnish, one-thinl of the funds re- more closely! and Italy I seems fever, and, from the great hi homo !!smitii'fi: SAM;:. : STREET, "\
titrei1 for the Cory of Nature, search! !: out and apply
construction of Nionrngtia
] ( the intent on cultivating relations of nporial "T TNIEll and! by virtue of BH exet'IIUoIlIAAu'r! FEUXAXDINA FLA.
the To doubt the capacity of B2-tf ,
Oiiiuil if o k-nornl I Grant will remedy. ); lJ out of the Circuit C'ourt' of the Fourth Juditiul .
with both France and
: friendship human these - --
the : mind to accomplish! Circuit of Florida, for Nassau County, on n
take the lend of the enterprise as president .Spain.Poland. results, is to question the wisdom, JUPt judgment therein rendered nt the Call term of mid .t1:1:1 ttd ltll':N J).
Court in favor of the hoard of I'ublie Instructionof
: of a company. General Grant is Yd Alice. -In our country find power of Him who created Nassau County, and ugaiiiHt Ocliu Killing, udmlniHtratrix .

in his man in his: own image,' and by whose of the estate of Liberty Hillings, deceased Bak'TS mil Confectioners
reported nil prudently hesitating there has ever been from the first\ awurin and to me directed 1 have levied upon ,
band {framed. the laws which
were : govern nnd will offer fur uric to the highest bidder,belore
decision until he shall l be> informed (byt of interest behalf olPoland. "
feeling on
t the physical! I universe. the Court-IIontic door, nt Fcrimndinn, on the first CHOICE GROCERIES:
whom the other two-thirds are to 1 be ; Of late years, literature, the Alonduy of .January(.' 1 (being the fifth day of ,
mild mouth), within the legal lIullrllofll"leolllllll,1
o' furnished, and (to whom ho is to look drama and painting have lent their aid Meeltnu of Stockholders. day, the following df-wrilx'! real estate, or nil the CIGARS AND TOBAOCOS, ,
i i' riglit, title and interest of the mid estate of Liberty
for: hid emoluments.I The announcement more than ever before to awaken and The tll annual! ) stockholders' meeting Hilling,cleoMitrd, Ihl.'re.llI11: ; Lots 7, 8 und '
'l. made sensation for its but 9 In block ='o.JI: ; Ix>t<* 1,7 and S in Hook I .72: ; ;
/ day and! action in the election of
: su:>tain patriotic feeling for ollicers of the Lots 10 and 12 in Block 14; Lot 3, 4 and In Hlock -.
' the 'cniittl project has made real 27 lot 7, lock 77 l.olJ.: 6, 7 nnd N In block W: ; and\
no clillcrcmtnlOl'ean/ ; nations The honors !Santa Fo Canal , Lot 1. Hlock 43: ; I/'t.l.: Block 12; lots t and 5 in
; progress! __________________ paid last week to a famous Polish at the company's ofliee in \Vnldo on mock :%1: legs 1II, IK, 20) and :r.>, ltm x'k 10; Ixita PICNICfurnished! at the shortest: notice, atKtiC'KHOTTOM
I 3: 4,11,6, Hlock 31'! loots 4, ft, mock :32; Lot 1, 2, 3, t I'. TltK UTCKIJU'l-J JHULK. artist: were seized upon' as an occasionfor Monday, the 8th day of December: next. 4, 5, Ii, 7, 8, n, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. 32. JJ::J, 31, Hli>ck: No. ,
: J-nil in the City of Fernandina, Nassau County ANOEL'S vicaaiiY: : : ,
S It {is! proposed' to celebrate. the live ;a most enthusiastic. patriotic demonstration All interested are invited to attend State of Florida, or HO much of mild real estate im

scale in one of! order of I U. S.1'i..tcE will be nvcc.sHary to satisfy Raid jii'lgment. Centre Street, opp. Post. )ffice.II .
hundredth anniversary of the pnbliealion on a large i Ity :, Terms (..."h, i uurchn-seM paying for tilll'!(. __ __ _u__ _____ .. ___. .. ,
of the principal cities of ancient Poland, ii Id 1'KTliU CONK, Hhcriir.:
WyckliU'e'a Englsh Uible. The ( .Secretary.
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Fernnndinn, Nov 29, 187U.SANBORN
Austria and it i is
i. year! ,1880 has been lllliclted'II the now belonging to ; A'nr Vail and Winter Go ds. ,

}proper time for this commemoration, toward Austria that the Poles now J. tC'1'.Iydd are now receiving: everyweek & HOYT

because the New Testament of the seem to be turning their laces for protection ( large shipments of Fall" and Winter ITeniaiiiliiui9* Flu.,

t Reformer i issued in and deliverance, the hope) not WJlOl.JSAJ.ECROCERS: i
great was probably. goods, dry goods, dress goods, clothing DEALER IN

the year 13SO: ), and the entire Bible! yet having died out in Polish hearts/ hats: and caps, boots and shoes,

kt shortly afterwards.; that their country is to be re-constituted which they are selling! at tho )lowest FINFIlrrmil ]

John Wycklifle, who has been called mill re-established as nation.\ market prices.1'tipsiftU'C' .

%t "tho'lforiiing\ Star of the Reformation," IT iir news Jrviii Chili and I'cru.-According lust Received.Messrs. SHIP CHANDLERS, a )' Groteries ann ProYisiolls

nnd also "tlie greatest of tho reformers to latest advices the Chiliad LUMBER NAVAL STORES '1
Sanborn! & Second
I : lloyd,
before the Reformation, was born General has succeeded in landing his
CurlomTS rely getting Choice Good,
street extend general invitation to can upon at
about the year, 1324. At that time the I troops( for u fleet of transports on the Provisions 1 Groceries nothing but the
the public to examine their largo and
Word( of God under lock Peruvian has, Pisagua :
was kept ns coast, captured : BRANDS
I stock of furniture{ which has
\\'v it were, in a language ,unknown to the alter short engagement, and anvanc.- complete 4t j-AT uorrtm l'nu.'IH.: '
been added the week
to by --
that in ed into tho interior to attack the allied present are kept In stock.NA1) .
n masses, so scarcely one }person In Store, and< to arrive by Steamer and Sail: --1.; : _
from New York
shipments enabling
thousand.had: ever read the Bible Peruvian\ and IJolivian armies which 200 Hales Good Hay; ) cor.r.i(iEFOR
I them to oiler the best variety ever
With great\learning and labor, Wick- : were advancing: to meet the invader.A 100,000 hard Hrll'k;

S lille( set' the Word free. His: translation general conllict was expected from seen in this'IlIlrket._... ol-tf ton Casks Lime; YOUNG LADIES,
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1OO Keg i ;
of tho Scriptures and his other published day to day ; .but tho news which an Xeio'*Goods 100 Harrel KEROSENE! OIL, 110 fireproof AT
writings made him the father ol enterprising contemporary had received A few cases of nice fall: goods just 12 (,ms, loco gallon on board train Fcriiaiulina, i'loridii.

our later, or mixed, English prose, as exclusively by way of Paris, four days arrived and now opened in the City A large stock of Groceries, Provisions, Crcx'k- A TUO'.OfTHII I 1'1,111.11 IDUCATI N. 5PE-
c-lal .. lu .P tl 'JlS". and VitA WINU.lUU..I ,
cry, Hardware, Dry Goods, Furniture, Doors, Ivanta// 'II
Luther, by his translation; of the Bible ago, of 'crushing defeat' Buffered .by. Mart, land will be sold without reserve, Blinds, ash, I'ainta, Oils nnd Varnishes and ym m'.ei

into German is universally recognizedns \ ; the Peruvians, i is evidently a> remlLtm'l'. together with balance; of goods now on ICXTKKMKI.Y: LOW FOR CASH.! FurClri-ularn' adilrcnH ItKV J Fen-undlna II. MYliltS.., 101....

''I haying given form to the languageof No accurate' statement is given of the hand, by M. DOWNKY. -- -- -

____ H __ Send orders at once, or call and examine before
f modern ( ernInny. relative strength of two opposing purchasing elsewhere. iiiGUNMMITJI
Fall and. IVtnter Clothing.
In the year 1380 W '('klinc'l\ New Testament armies. SANBORN & HOYT ,
J. it T. K'c1c10, their ,
now receiving
:-Otcond: :-01.. Fernaudina.:
appeared' nnd tho whole of the Irish Troubles and Plot.t-'l'ho agitation fall stock of 1I'n'ouths' and boys', ---. --- --- Fourth St., to:)*. Centre and Alachua,

Bible was completed by him and givento in Ireland assumes dimensions FOR It :'r.Sl .
clothing:! which they! offer It'cr)' lowprices. }'EtNANDl! A. KL\

the world during the next I wo years\ less formidable now that tho Government VJ'H\J. NICE HOOMS for rent low, in Guns made to order Our aud H'tol. bought
i the' / the entire Scripturr in tile the CITY MART, corner of Centre and Third sot l IT cxi'Laiitf'd. workn Iron or br4 >. done at
cow '-
has resorted to vigorous measures
Streets. the lowest i pro' en. ockn tepRirrd and keys flttod.
English lariyuriye.ra ; of ssion. Tho trial of the 801lIfi..110"" Also the second story above Messrs. Sydell iiliro. Ail or.ler- promptly attended to.
(OTMBMMMMMHHMHMMMBMBBBM.MHHIIIISII IHlp Of those nice French Broadcloth: and ., corner Ash and Third !Streets. Work not called fur iu thirty days. will be irld for
leaders arrested for sedition has not Apply to repair l-tf
IJISCONTENTIlUlES7' OF Tweed Coats still on hand: and will be> M. DOWNEY.JKM ,

LEAVIXU; 1UIS1IMEX. yet occurred. Meanwhile immense sold out much below cost, by __ ___ ___ .-J tlicCity I i Mnrt. GOOD, FINE LAUNDRY SOAP

Great ferment is, reported to exist in numbers of the exitablo populntion assemble Treatise the \.J J
on Orange
octlS M. Dow aY. _
Ireland' because the government had! to listen to fiery orators!: ,
onl l'cl1'tho arrest of three Irish lead whose harangues are observed to have Hoot and Shoes.A .
rilHIS alnabtn work U for sale at the office of the Florida Soap Factory
ers, charged with using in their }publicspeeches lost something of the incendiary element new stock just received at J. it T. J- M.nii-'U I'rlce 5n l! rent

I language calculated to provoke since the arrest of }popular lead Kydd. This 8-v lion. the iud nary' nii.1 tre.itisnwri: it giv.. tnf ten.rmttU-u fur this that particular will JACKSONVILE, FLA.
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insurrection ; tho' accusation, as l rs. At one meeting in Mayo OUO, () far Flue JIats. be' of value to the range grower lu LouUiann and .
l alifiH nl i Iti author ii onot the moat auvcr- C

elated in one dispatch, alleges their m'l'1'0 gathered together in council. J. & T. Kydd have just received anew fal. orAI'gIrrowt'll In the .tats.- -- -

being parties, in a conspiracy Monster Projects of changes in the fundamental stock of gents' fine hats, latest "\V\I. 11. C. DUIIYEE, ItosIn. Tallow, Wnx, Skins, .Fur,

1 I meetings are summoned to protestagainst laws of iv n'nlmauSuch/ proposals:
styles at bottom prices.Nassau Sugar, Njrup und Orange
now made-(night to bo shaped by the General Commission Merchant ,
this action of the authorities ,
as ---- '-- ---
wisest and coolest heads of the ,
College Taken in exchange. For Price LI.t, etc., address
nn Outrage.The if such are found to bo in favor of the Centre it., near It. R. Dt'p"t.

.land; troubles, complaints of high changed so eagerly demanded Ho.olC'ncdlondny{ ) : October 20th. SOP FACTORY,"
.. Pupils received at any time and at the
rents, and attempt to change the ton- P.O.Box 989. ((16.3m) l cbonnlll',Fla.
'YELLOW FEMU. usual I rates: <* SAT CORN OATS. --' --- -.
uro of the land, ; political discontents ; ,
1 tfiiItS.
S the fearful pressure of tho hard times; A "N on.Scientist"has just concluded To the citizens of .Florida" this institution -- -.- -- -------- -- MONCRIEF HOUSE

1j j feeling almost approaching despair in a very able series of papers in the Mobile affords every facility near home | AXXE CLAUKE,
BY: :
'for tho thorough education of their MRS. BUFPINGT01T .
some,, parts of the nation ; 'agencies of Keyistcr\n\ which ho argues strongly Dealer in the choicest r

this kind have made themselves felt in against tho present sybtem of quarantine daughters. ._ _.___ CORNER OF PIn AND FORSYTII STREETS,

the recent agitation; and even a large and, in fact, against many of the Spectacles.I Fruit.Veetables Confectionery JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :
i received the Lazarus & ,
theories this fever.In have just :
number of,arrests can hibut little accepted respecting
i Morris Perfected SPKCTACLES and EYE Ac. 40.. TERMS $1.50 and $2.00 PER DAY
ho down three ,
effect in soothing, the ebullition of tho his last paper lays GLASSES. They arc tho best glasses ever

popular mind. No doubt, also, some propositions, which wo give for the manufrctured, and are warranted to Third Bred between tenure and. Alachua Street, According to Location of Rooms. '
Fernaiidloa 11$ 7-tf
.: of directing attention to lhopnpel' satisfaction also a new stock of ---, I
> work: has been done by professional purpose give ; 111Iiis WELL-KNOWN IIOUSIS IS (EN.1. -
suitable for rally loellled, and having been renovated
Jewelry presents.
agitators in the way of cultivating exficiteirient them>ehes"And J. GUMIUNGEH Centre Street Millinery throughout will be kept an a flrat-clatta bourn. ...
what then ? it be asked.! : The 1'roprietrenH, hating had experience both
: ; ,and no right.mi.\1dl'J\ manSemi may Jacksonville, Fla North and Smith,will spare. no pains for the comfort .
defend or excuse tho violent threats Do ,'propose, in the spirit of blind 1 ", """* "*- --- .- .-.-- :\n,.... 1<". A. :\I:DD.. .UGII of her patrons, in making the house home
lenient fatalism, to sit, quietly down and do For Good Ciutoiu-oiftile Has constantly on hand a fine selection of the like as any in the city 33-tf
against even landlords nothing to arrest tho or mitigate ,
progress newest styles in lKES AND MIAHE IIAT-
who do not comply absolutely with the tho horrors of this fearful disease ? BOOTS AND SHOES lor Ladies, Misses! and Children; RlliHU :\. I.uro'eclrul.rty for

demands the tenantry-threats whichin IJy no means. On the contrary, I propose LACKS: AND FLOWERS; also, .entsf: and !Sale.rpIIE .
the most thorough, energetic and I toys': Hula ol first quality. Call at d examine subscriber offers for Hale ten acre of land I
some instances have been followed J_ at ALK10X. Levy bounty, Kla., between Ar. !
systematic work in direction that, if Mrs. M. is agent: f r the D-nnestic Perfect: Fit. re4londoand lirouoon, on the Atlantic Gulf and i
up lay,deeds of outrageous violence.The \ rightly conducted, cannot fail of success. ting Fashions. No one hou d "mail to try them_ West India Transit Itailroad. The land \. all well
announced its -- ----------r. improved, under good fence, und has comfort.
has strike the a
I at
government I propose' to very .
able frame
WILLIAM F. WOOD Jr. houne. There are M peach treethe'
intention reinforce tho garrisons stationed root of the evil. But, as a basis for Peen-to and the Honey Peach; 12S grape vines
efficient and intelligent action, we &'upp.ernoug and C'oncord; 73 orange tree 1 to 3 .
in Irish towns, I\lullhill looks as first certain fundamental Newsdealer, Bookseller, Stationer, i, yean of ape; and a large variety of valuable
accept onuuueutaishrubbery.
if it expected serious trouble and meant\ and well established truths, to wit : DEALER FANCY ARTICLES This property| is in a healthy and fruitful nitua-

to be prepared for all emergencies.FUILEIGN First:, The truth BO well expressed by I ix 7-tf tion.; Mirror oflk-e iKO. BUUNSIUK.!
the eminent authority already freely 312 Centre Street, jFERXAXDI.\A, FLA.' _ __ __ __ Fla_'Ih _

XOTES. quoted in these papers (Dr. Jones), that I OTKEETY BKOTIIEH,
'the experience of'several centuries' Shelf Papers. Picture Kiamca. Britckrt Lam.i| ,
Croquet S.-la. Baud GUn.. Conib, Bru+Le, eto FKBNAVDINA. FLA..
Spain; Death'd/'tht Mother of,an, KmprM t teaches us that the cause of yellow 00 Piipi tetira in greet varii\J.bio,Hewing MachineNewllon.
: The.Countess de Montijb j widow fever i is perennially present in the trop i Oil. vtc.HUPr'KU Mannflutnren and Dealer In Cook and Parlor
: INKSTANDS. T5 C nta.Livery .
cities of America :
il'llHI subtropical ; John MaoKenzie's -- --- -- --
of tale Stoves
of a Spanish grandee,a woman that it is indissoluhly connected with Heaters Ranges !

address famed for her beauty, G. F. AVERY ,
ent climate ; that it utaintainstllesame relation Sign of the GOLDEN SHOE. Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
''j but chiefly, known:as' the mother of the, towards the human system as Roofing ,

S Empress Eugenie of France, has just the other malarious emanations of First Store on Centre Street, atar'nail- and Guttering. f

and lowlands and that it i is "' Road :Depot
swamps ; .
from earth at great e.lIer' Just Received
away t1. t'
passed liable to bo developed at any time indifferent I
adventures were only I ,, leas! remarkable t'EIU\ANDlNA, I'LA.Notlr & Boarding Stable.CAItI1IAGES .
own degrees of intensity, t by the I I :tT.IC a large conilgument of Stovea. e !

than the\ change! that occurred combined operations of heat and other _
I Debtura stud C'rediturH aud WAWOXN'' TilE "COOK'S J11VE1
: I to :
of her daughter on
the fortunes
.U, Second Thr truth that'yellow)) feveris "VTOTICK U bcrebr iriven that on the 7th of and (rum Steaiuere and Traiiia.
being raised to the imperial throne. : _L> Hv teiuber., 1S7V, leltera of ailiniuistrutiou Is approprlat..11J1a'uert.. it to a jewel We WILL
neither contagious nor lie CONTRACTS FOR HAUUNO, ETC. NOT be uD4el'tlOld.
were granted to the underfilled and wa duly
t Just now, the Spanish heart is.overflowing "And third : The truth t'xportl\hte.1 qualirteHi a*administrator ol the ratite of Clmrle ,1.11 Corner 2d and ASH KU.
towards France I K Hoy,deitaM: *!, kite of NaMuu county., Therefore roll VALE. -
written Lthe Divine
with J gratitude all ,all penuaa-heir,credilnni,and other*-hav. Dr. AUTIIUIl C. FOnD,
: charitable assistance rendered by delible characters, on every page of tug claims of any nature whataoevr atUDat theeatale HOUSES ,
for book of N"tutlu that of the deceased will prearul them duly
the wit
great :
French cities to the autheut Heated. witUiu two yearn (ruin the publlCMtiou -
many no evil is permitted exist in this world of thin notice, or they will be barred,and
who are suffering. by the recent inundations for which Infinite Goodness hlnot'' all perkonii iiwiebted to wad state are requejUed c.& UI4 Fourth Street, between Centre

in Spain The Pyrenees are provided a remedy within the reach of to wake itaytuettU .FRED W. 1I0'T.ln1W' 4i'Office and bJFiI'llt Street, near Broom Mud Aluchua !Streets,

the human intellect.ii 30 Admlrlirtruttur.I StNe' Wharf > 49-tf 1d \t
Abolished;i the countries are one, say FEBXA.'DINA, VI.THE .\.


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LOCAL REFLECTIONS.And The Santa Fe Canal are treasured up alike I by friend and MALLORY'S ATLANTIC, GUi'f-&ViEST INDIA (

--- By the advertisement in another foe. The Confederate rommander-in TRANSIT RAILROAD.
( column! it will) be seen that the Santa: chief said : "Col.) Downie is a soldier

And perrons! having ""!litH.'"'' with) this pnpor will Fi- -Canal\ : project is a very "live" concern and! ft gentleman ; send his name and FLORIDA' SILlilIlillll}: I ) Lll\k\ TlMia O-fVll NO.III 1.

please direct!
lo FiORIDAMIRROR,1''crnnn.lina. regiment to the AdjutantGeneral's
and that the individuals composing oin-c Juno 15lh, 1879.
office in I Hichmond, and if he is ever
$eU8CRlI'TIOS : $2.00 $1.00 for ) it are driving steadily to a successful -
a year taken prisoner: let him be released! at OOIKQ DOVTH. 1

six months. issue, the enterprise which they once on parole.: The !ladies: of Virginia ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK Leave rVrrimllna. .>,.10 3 .-.--- e lUrt'K Ioedu.1),1 i II! a iu ,
------ have been showed their appreciation of this
: quietly persistently :
.,,, .12 11 .
TriK: Cedar Key now-well Arrive itl.nhtn. iuAn
oyster nre kindness to their friends nt Fredericksburg
pushing for the past! two years. This i vr JlItt..II..I Au pin
- perfectly splendid. by hospitable attentions:! to the t 1.1:6fti { ArrlvH Uriiitty Draiirh..... 1. p m '
valuable work will produce very important First Minnesotaasthat .Argils l\.itl\\llI.l n...... .. 1). 11111 p m I.
-- --- -- regiment passed 1.I'II\eIJ..II\\II1...... .... .. .... .. 1.31'11I
::\pirjts. of turpentine still keeps up in results in the region adjacentto through alter the war, and subsequently Arrive' M.xlll ... -J tu p mArrlie

the forties Waldo, and will be the. n1l'anof by letters of thanks to its commanding ,'-",.... 'IAWI-V... .... .. ...... 2 41 t< >nAirivo
1. UlIlo'li .... 9111'11)
-- building up nt that point one of the officer. TIIK: FINK MTKAMKlls: : Arrive MHiku. 9 IT p 111
Au. our merchants say: with one accord A manly foe must admire" traits olgenerosity Arrive 'Ihilrrton ...... 3 3.1'1
most important and thriving towns in : whether in Anlvc \\ldo....... 3 (1\ |> iuArnto f
that business !is very good the State.WE ; peaceor : WE3TEI1' TES A.S, U.iiiP,,\ille... ... .,..454 p m
; During his residence in Florida
-- ---- war : AUSTIN Arrive Arifdoiuio ... 0 v4 p mAirive
Col. }Downio showed his CItY Hut ... 6 40 p iu
MR. TOHF.Y of the Atlantic : friendship: '
gent : observed! the other day: in Clay'sdrug ) and sympathy the poor :and suffering CITY OF :DALLAS.V8TKVMEK ArrlM clicr.. ...... A t8 p iuArrlv
Coast Line, gave us a call: on Monday: store of dates from )) liroii'un 0 46 p m
.. It stem un. and particularly: ; at the time when Arrive Utter cre: > k. I41pin.
the fever Cedar! l OF Tills* MNKwIII\ rt.r. Arnv llnew>oil ... 8 UiJ p laArrhevedar
penes They were unripe hilt'CQ' yellow prevailed at :
THE Liverpool steamer expected this ) ry .L -" f>-x< handsome in appearance, being, )both, in 1871. He went there "to nur.! time mini New York I'icr .:J'Jixl Ki\er every Friday.1)r IIOINU IIO TH. !
week-Attention 1 Nassau: Lhht1'. sick, feed the pour anti! bury the dead ;" Florida nt H p. III. Leave'edmrKCI>. 430sm .

tillery. fruit and) stems of an orange yellow. .. he ) his and! his Thit Idle, hum IIIIC m tran>ifoMtoiiiako Ixlwroi.tnek Arilvti Rosewood. ... ........ ... 6 :Uj a 11Atrl.tlllt'rl'rt'k. \ v I !
expended strength
1.l, _. money. >win\illo and .>o\v lurkulhrb the l>cM mud 60* mui ., .
-- There must have: been nearly a peck of. on their bt'hIlut: / time result of his: H.weeks' \ lie.iiH-xt tran"|iorlalioii' lo lundu Pill pper.Onmgrs .. Arrive li'ini*.>u .. '7 u.\ I m i' '

TilK passenger Ira Hie over the Transit: the fruit on the stem. l incessant labor WMIj'l'I'r severe will ivit'Uu ciH-eliil cure iu Imndllntt.tiro. "trh'o.\r..I..r.I. ..... .... ........1 Au s in 1 j I! i i

liailroad is largely in excess of the -- .. -- -- illness from which believer fullrl'l'O\" I'urrcltgcr ,\ .ud"bits Arrive. IUtt .n 1117 mnArrt ) )
('t'OIiIl. Altlv. domln.... .. .... .. ... ey211,1AnlmctIstnesvlslo 1
same month last year WK call: attention to the advertisement ered.! .'1 lu'll'-l'1. \'S. .... .. .. .. SA.mmtn
of Such i is an unadorned! narrative o1' Ar.lvonl.io .. .V &\ am I 't
-- --- -- the Line of Steain- :
Mallory: .'rt'.111t' Arrlvl\'lhurttlll... .. . .. ...lOVOkiuAiracM :/ b
TUB cotton receipts at this port the characteristic events selected! and set The l'Iilllll"blif' lire ul1 HihantaK .rke .. ,...,,10401111
ships. 1'hesesteauners: are new, stitunch, utnlHKHCTUMU'lUHH( i ...\ r ("II.I.\liI' '.
last: week compared with the same down as: fitting words(! to bo recorded! (',,"IIt't'\ltll..IIII.I.. at .'llI'k""II\\lh'\ with all NteainIniats Arilvu 'Viniplc. *.... ..... lo *. I mA1ri1e
period and ably commanded.Colonel! Uwtov .II ou a m .
whoso! all the Johns,
concerning one lastpainful: andprotracted cur xiiuU' on 't. khn\itha a
!last year: arc four times as many ...,Indian Rivcr.mutt with IhoTrannlt l Hlillroll.1 Arrht ,>ui,,illi/ ) ...llCilamAime :
illness, soothed by the unceasing FernaiKhiiri,. bur nil railroad Matioim In ('lorida. lUlawin..........TJUl pill
hales. Dotrnlc.We ministrations of affection, WHS LeulultmldmtI .... ...I .::1I'111 ;
-- Arn\ Kmndy Uiitnh,.... 1 ui:
have already noticed the deathof borne with t'ortiuHlolId with resignation Freight and Passenger Hates Lower / Dutton.,1)..... I'JtpuiAntve

OnASOE:are now being shipped in our fellow-citizen Colonel Downie ; whose faults, frankly I acknowledged than by Indirect Lines t'shahan.m.. ... .. 8: 41'IU
and 1\1I1he himself those of /\rnvu llait a knea..u.. 1)u. :t 6t p inArrUt
large by \ were
quantities a warm
in what seemed! ) r eruHiidlnit.. .... 3 4u ui
to us appropriate termsof a- Through Hate mid hills of Ijidini lo ul!
lines out of Florida! are being' 1ve11pat'1)nized impulsive nature, and! of whose virtues l.tllI\I.. I 1)) E. MAXWELL",
respect ; and there was added, also, this: short chronicle of detached incidents **. !Steamer of thin IJnr nail din'et from Fer* hUIf'rlll.I\It'lIt.'

imndinu lu .\.l.s>.l( .'. 1',, under coulnicl( with A
the brief tribute of an old friend to a may aid! in preserving the recollection. --
the llahainan mum eminent, and I art tin only nlea
THE steamer Cily of AI/sfill, Captain gallant: soldier who had died in the inrrit that land at the pier In NIIWMII.K. I I.OHIDA CENTRAL JtAlLKUAl
:Stevens.; arrived at this i )Wednesday faith and penitence of humble Chris l\rsHf'uyr LM. Fernandimi.C. Aucnt, .JAtJlt""NYlLLt:, KLC.. lct. 5th. INTO.
On mild stir rule tI.Le.Ir.I... on tUU lo,,U will
morning nailing i for Nassau at 55 o'clock tian. Some 'facts have since been H. MAI.UUY Jc tH)? aifulluw.
: : placedat The following passengers arrived on 1'1.0: jml: ICUer, New York. 3 IfMr. \

same: lny. our disposal! the recital! of which I the Steamer City of Austin, .. _. --- ----- MAIL AND Xt'I1E8S-DAILY.. ,
-- -- --- I.eive .J1\.k onvll1..... ..u.,6 3() pin
IT is reported General! 1 Davit 1 has may possess! interest not only for the ).: V Uaneii & wife, :.Ml\+r I 1)>> Unmuii.Mr lA'HVit White liuuno..., .... .n IA p m
\ : immediate friends M Mewwnjrer amid :2 K WVIx-r 'Sl1 1. !River l'Pace I rave 1111.\\111..1. ( (hi) p inlr
of the deceased! but
purchased Dl1l1Jen ess, Cumberland! \ : : children, Chun K I Hum, Mary's .ve i
for many others as pertaining to those fume..Mornil. Kobert Sharp.O l.i-"vo 5auderou. ............. ..8! t7 p iuLeave
Island! and! that ho will take immediate K AM & wife
Ithmtco ......... ... .1'J p ui i
feats: of daring and! deeds of gentleness ItKVNMWU'K 1-Ueo CollOVtT. LiaMt Carrie. .... ..t..1)1)t)04 '.III \
possession. which 1'0 Arrive at Luke City: ...,. U UO p mLe
characterised NAM4AU.
the that
: great war "ve Live link ....a 16. in J
THE Barque Palo Alto, Capt. Griflin closed) in the '( .i. Lieut Coin (J A Convert. Mr F K Hooker, "rrlv..t1'.I.ul\.le.l ..... .... ., IH'"II\ i
year wile: ehl'tl Si Hervant, N Ilium,; ernut,
L2:;: ,-_ Arrive at Allui.y......10 '3. in
is now !loading with railroad ties for Colonel Mark: W. Downie was born Eugene Fly, A Ilium A- Mile, A'rhlllltt4.\.IIIJ.b..U.U am
Peter Knicel .(.f-m-rvatit K A Mmloy, lot..".. hatauiiali,... .. 4 3\11111\ ,I
Natal, Brazil She will take about March loth. 18M: ( at Chatham, in the :Mrs KiiKenc ICIy I I A I AHUM, "" ...CUt.CA .\ Li'ave A lbsuy.u...., a )...4 (0 pin
Ml-w M AV ICIy.: I S JolniMin.Lieut .
!5OOO( ties. Will sail next week province of New Brunswick and ... t.eneT.Ilmh.eee... ,1)1) ft 41 pin
removing J K II F Mrr dipt K: :M Out: *. 'T. JOE sxiru l. -ava Llv Uak ...1).1)nu..2 16.
.- .. '-'--- to Minnesota the of nineteen Ilr Tliomiu White, Itev H 1) \Vlini A wife, Leave take illy.... .... U An in t
;: at age Will' loavc Fen amUna MONDAY an.' Till'USDA am
Mr J W Wciithworth MrJ W Andrew, every
WE hear that )Ir. J. W. l.ruvw Ait. I'arrlo.... .. .... 4 18
to amlAiavuUhmlvn
regret & nuiiil, :11ra'1' C Chulili t- maid, Y ut 1.. m. irxiii CUNlBK HThtKf: DUCK: ,lur'i'ru41e1'r'
was! at once actively successfully ..... .. .440amlavc
Taylor, of the firm of Colville & Co., engaged! in business. The breaking MitMter:MiiH" Wash Je..ierluil..Wt'K Know-lex,, MIMM Mitxter I' ( MiilM-l Cliiilih Chutili, Hill I..e aiidi" .. 'raon.' ... .......... II(1 AS a in
) amlavo
of N. C. bndl.hurt H MM Uonovcr
Wilmington, was out of the war found him cashierof I)1\:11111(mule.,. (I WOt't'k.1lrlt r4dwlu.1)u. U .40 a in
at the fire, in that place on the Jd, \\' It Know.", Michael diltow and all intermediate IAndhps on Hit st. Mar)'. 1.11\0 While Ilnule.7( OA a in
bank: at Stillwater.: On enrolling V L Curtis, MiwiO SHicnek. A lien t. Illver. Arrive htJdcki.iuvtlltt 7 AO a mOn
which destroyed the mill of Colville himself volunteer '1 ItlllM Mall mud hiiiim' Train Sleeping 0-r run l1)
I as he was chosen hrolllh Lading,
& (.\ The City of Italia brought the following through to and linni Jai'kaouvlliu to />".nl'.111 ;

_--- captain of the Stillwater: Guards, and l bysuccessive passengers : FROM NYYOI1K by the HODMITS LINK: oltj .I-1). l.ia-a KIneI lop "'111. ruu turuuiiU( to and IrouiJackaunvdle
I II.Utt,1t:!: to all tH.intu ou the ht. 1IIIIr "', v
: United States supplysteamer IIl'omotionihel'l1me major
: Mm Dr .I' Meillin! 1'('" Mm Jno T Hrn-li child', HUN.jUINA:> "XPIlL88 (DAILY\' >)>

/Vr/i, Capt. 'Vright, is now in port. lieutenant-colonel/ and colonel!, of the :1\11.Bad... :Nettle' lime,Mt-.llin, MUMS II K: Hint.II|| Croum', ('I"'l" ('o1111e1I111made Leave J*'< knonvlllo.........,.............It IB a lit

Norton inspector First MinncM His !\Ir& !\Ir..J A \ViuitcuudM1r&Mr.HWKnox Are I\" U..htwll..I:1: 8J f pm
We understand that; Capt. > regiment. career !MM :J M William & 2 Mr 1 F witli the New York end havanuah Lti'Hinera Arrive rvrnanuiua....................MU 40 p w
of lights and buoys for this district during the war was signalized! by dauntless daughters : !Mini K I'hiiipM.A Taylor; :Maik all K suds "Cure of ale.umur Ma)flower i'er- L 4ve rvruaii nua...........,.........Hlo Uo M w
W ', Jim Hiieliniaii, iiauJlua." Leave IU d..lu............................. 1 :VO p uiAriho
is on board on his annual round resolution! and! con rage. The prompt H 8 t'onover('rr) Mim Margaret Hoyle. Jut knuuv llu................?. J U3; p m
1'. .. ..'. ., 1
of of his character will be 1\lr'" MM A H Crocker Andei-son, OKD ACCOM: MOD \TIONH toP I'mteugi-ra. Kivnralonlnta ujjwr f"r rnaii.ilua auu C nar Kty take :
I inspection. energy recognized ttl* tialu. Iso tralu flew IJaluwlu to Lrdar Key ou
tied Infant. J \ 1'cullldIrM and Tnurlala will tin. t da a ry ultra '
-- : in such incident as the following: \ II T Crcmley, .I A l.yon: Live trip, "a the aoi iii Y i. xrand ana a.JltlIILur.. 1'1111<1111.
THE Brig llidesdale, Capt. Penton, F I. CroNley\ II K 1 fridge.. end other same are "buud.UI'r 1'u1111411 Pauses Sleeping Tin rim tlirou U 10 mind
While the series of hard-fought engagements O I: Taylor, It W Nordntrom. For further ; 1: to from Jatknuiitllle ttavtutikli, ; slut, IbruulCl1 .
direct from Liverpool!, arrived on Thursday ;: near Richmond was still in Mr J :Mrs S .\ Adam Mitut Ada Mornll U, J. 1IILI.INH. .1.e"lII14 eara; between Jacksonville end AJ\Jllt6low-
3'hlllrl'lI. Minx Venln Cook. Ala.
48 days out. She is consigned::! to progress;: : at a time when it seemed impossible :\lr.1I :Mrs lIM/urshallstephcuCsiscu! ._35-tf Fvrotudlna.. Ha. my 0"1.11tlt.t Jum'kumlbls, with tbs bt. Jnbua river
(1 J W Warner H..U T -- kteaneia at U..ulluII". At W. I. .
Win. :.1,002 bags salt! > ner ; A. u J. It. It.lor
Lawtey ; cargo, for Gen. McCk'llan to extricatehis Mr Jc Mr A H Wheeler MUM Hiiruh I 1-: Olr, Cedar Ku,>, U.\I.U.v.\ t'ertauillua mud p lute. li
lira bundles hoop iron and ten tons ClniM.I' Dowil, A \VHinith 0. S. OAK ES .Nuith ami Wraii at Lake. lay wlik. I'. M. It li.
: army, his retreat: having been cutoil' H I' e\Vitt, licoMinninerlrln.Mr lug 'Eutlmin.ree, Albjur, ravuu>>i>u, mud poluta.Nurth t
English: cannel! coal.A !. ON !SulUTU .\: MM J Caxline, mid We.u .1. H. &ICKI.KOY!: j
__ _H __ by Gen. Lee, it became necessary, Fred Tower Miss I K: Adiinn, Maaterut 1 rmuspurtmtion .
It11I..t.. Mink :\Ir.lt MK'laich: W M. DAVH'BOV.IKF.. ,' ; r
to construct
as a means: abridge
direct Mail for Nassau was
put up MM F Wheeler, ey A HOII, mina T. A. "'dear
at this Tost Office and I bent out by the across the Chiokahominy in a :'lr.I..lhd. Inch, MM It O 11..tllt'r..1f.1111.U -;--,;;:
Au. 1i1J. Mails will be regularly des .single day The United, States engineer 1'. tb M. It. It.OrricK f

patched from' this point I by each steam reported that it l'ollllllot be dose : a, _; i ..v' or HurtRtMTiNiikMT I ( .
1'.LL.HU..IC. FL4q tab. 2, 1H7U Iin |
er hereafter, both to and from the Gen. Sully:' sent for M.ijor Downie, who PORT A W4 A 4A-IYEISK y'SIJSj IIU.tMUrU: : 6. ( and minter thus date 1I..nlln tr.lu.w611 ruoanfulluwa

was )lying in his: tent "trsited by fever "L'N : M
Bahamas.: pima 111")1. MI'TM. IlIUIl WA1''H.I'.M. County Undertaker WOIIT MAIL DAILY. I
.- -- .- --- -. Nunduy NovM: ). a.: s 5,1x1 14.1.\4. 101. 11.111 ,
The repl'a promptly I given : "Gcn- Leave rkattahuoctive Illver.... ..1 43 p inl t
THE Dallas Crowell arrived :\lfll'c1I1Y. lIt'e. I. II.I'J.m: : ( 9.L"t lI.ft ....... .
City of Capt. iHve Quincy .. 4 on pm
eral find me a thousand' lumbermen 'rll""Y., 2. &3'J lUlU 10.(111 IU\: Arilvent'lallabaaave..... ..n..6 80
on Wednesday un t'1'I\1I01I.\ Immediate from the Northwest, and the bridge, ".et''I
dispatch was given in the discharge shall be built." The task was performed Friday "" 5. 11.:1: .Ol. 0.111 Connolly oo b.ndMETALLIO Leave**\'. Driltuu1)uu.1).6 Aladlauii.. ......)... .... ..lo Uo to I pml piu

of her cargo, which enabled! her Nut'rluy. 5. 11..1 5 01 0."" 1.10 Arrive at Live Oak...........,.. 1'j 08 aiuArrlveat ,
according to promise, but for BURIAL OASES, Mmeuteb..u.. .... ...,tu Dam
to sail for Jacksonville\ the same night. two months the builder was confinedby Port of Feitiandlna.AHUIVKD. Arrive at Albany,.........).. .1 19 a la I. .
----- "'4)Ud C'oflliiN Leave Live Ok1).9 110"1\
Waukeenah a wasting fever to hospital in New Leave Lake City... .. ...........,4 00 a W
CADT T. J. MOOUE Nov. 24-!Hteaiiier St. Jolnw, Vogel, ('harlestmt.Now Arrive at Jacknouville....,...... H oo a m 11.'
in our city the past week. I Haven, to which he was carried immediately 2)t-NleauebipCity nt Aunt in. HtevriM N.Y. Iu Hoat-wooJ, Walnut amid oilier wootli.MABOMO Leave Jacksonville... .......... A 43 1I1D.> ..
Flat was Hark Kriifii, :iller, raywinder. lrll6lIlIr! Uave Lake illy.................10(6 pmArrlveat j.
He expressed much gratification ut the ) after the \bridge! was finished. Nuv,27-Flrum.iripCity of l>.ilhw Crowell., 1. tJ% lnI"\lU: I&'" IUODsl; iJveuak,.......... ....12 1A am '
At Atlanta last Miiumcr/ a United Nov. 28-Steamer !'>t. JolniM Vojjef, Charleston.llark Leave Albany..................... 48 pinLmv.Mmv.uudL ft.
of the place Ktdewlale, rinton, J.I.t'rl..II.CLlaJU'I l. .
improved appearance AND OTIIEfl EMBUCU8, H1IUOUD9 ..n,1).... 4 45 p m <.>,.. (i:
visit sixteen Stales officer! on hearing; Col. Downio's ). LiJ.,. LIve Dak..3 ;U since his last some 'earsngo. Nov, 26-+clia Riley H. I>erl,y. HaU-h. 1'hila.Hteuiiinlnj AND RODKH.Smtalming lxi..". Men-on,1).....,..n,4 20 a ut *Llyave t" I
mentioned said of him )Ia1'k
name : ) City of A w.U".l'Ile\.t"III. Nun- Un1Wu,6 80 am p
-.- ---- Downie was the bravest soldier in the ""II. N. I*. Cone.Uo Arrrive Tall .linanee.n..n,1soam t' "f
Pierre Fr. \V. I. 1 WY/'r.h1.I..Mr.n,8 6u '
Nov 27-Kchr. Anita Hinall. St. aID
THE Sumter Advance pays Capt. Joe army" Capt. Mi Gill, Southerner:' Nov. !JH-Hteuiuer St. JoluiH, Vf'Kd.l.hl1rle...."". Hen xlitiiutd for removal, bafuty iuar.n&.d. Ltave gulucy ..... ...,........lo IS am I i
Saturday Nov. Steunwhip City of Dulles, Crow ell, N.Y. rUVKIULS .ltc""I.1 lo. Arrive at i.'baltahoocbee..ll: : 46 am '
Smith arrived Lee&burg -
at "Well he the kind-
replied : was surely DAY J>HAHHKNOEH 1d" .
Order by mall or Ulegrapb will receive excepted \1
; with the Jay ou'er. She will plyon est." He then related an occurrence COUUKHCLil attention.Kciueiaber. prowl Lesxe T.U....... .).. .....,..... "iJIj. m I
Leave Uo'd...... .. ....... ..lu SO a W
Lake Harris, in connection with which took place! shortly after the battle that I au oppitucd to blgh price. Leave Urlfiuu. .....,.,.)........ li I (;MamLe
FEKSASIHSA MAKKET-( ) (' 'WEEKLY, ,v. Aucuia......., .......U 85am M.
the St. Johns & Lake Eustis Railroad: of Fredericksburg:, the town being kY \u,. LAUTKV.HplriUTun OFFICE:: IX BANB1UN HOYT'8 OLD tlTOKE.Iu J. .y (j.t''IlvIU............... .II 4J am !

which will be completed about the first held for time the Union forces >rti"iiie.-._......_.. 924 XIItunin I 4 SECOND; ItTUE-'r.; Leave Uadlaon..........,. .,.....12 30. p uLeavM 1ffi.
a by common utruintul....._.......?.. 1 1 'fft /cq f 1 :J) KiltttJie. ........... ........2 10 p u if\.
ofJanuary.THANKSGIVING. The ladies had'entreated permission of Tur......_.?,._..... ......._..._....._.none in market, Leave Lime u.k.... ..... ..,1).4 08pm 1 .
Crude Turpentine....._.....-...?..iione iu market. Arh..CLakeClll..1 Oil put ,.
observedin the officer in command to take the Cotlou-tiva I..Uiid in the tteed.-... tW .6 O. S. Oultcs Arrlveat taLkaonville.,......,... N IS y in
was generally ,
Leave J.ck.0ov1U.,1)s 80 amL
the city : services were held in the Confederate wounded to their homed : FF.KNANDINA RETAIL MAIIKKT. avelakUty...).....,....U 08 p uLe
their request was sternly refuged. Col, Corrected by Mr. Clurke dealer in Fruits, .ve I.tv. .'.k..1 JWptuLe
different churches and a quiet but VrKetable Bud Oardeu Heod. .ve Kl: avlile..J 10 p m 1
Downie arriving at this juncture with vw 1 TAB1.km. CONTRACTOR ann BUIlDER Irmv.ilr.eoviIs..... .. ...,......2IJpm ,
genial hospitality pervaded the place. I'otat.I..r bwdael._._........._..S1 .fI' 4111 11/1 ................ 4 10 p m Jf
The and the air invitedto his regiment, as superior in rank, took Hweet J'uUtoe. per Ui Jiel...._..,.. 0 11I1 & O 75 LeaveAuxllia.,.... .......),... 4 40 pm .
day was perfect, command of the place and revokingthe UlLII&K1!. |*r l uiwlred....,,....,.,_...IO 00 H :20 00 MannlacturtaMOULDIXKft. LeaveDriflon ................ ...11/$11 m
out-door enjoyment. Verily, our Onlootl-llo per qu.ut.,.?..._.. M..__ 10 to' Ou Leave Lloyda. ..... .........,.,,.S 51) pm'
refusal, directed hi-- men to prepare u'w ....... Ir ..I1I1&,1-__.......... 1 75 ( 3 U>i BRACKETS.: H\WED AiD TURN.ED Aril Iv. at '..lab...... ..... ....... 48 p mUONTICELLO

lines have fallen in pleasant.. place stretchers for theoundcd I and in every Tomatoes. jJl'r crule.". al'l-,.-n....._. 000 *41 000 WOOL IH'.U'HtI\.c.KWH-lhOUOlIs NE"'H art"lk IUEA'fu.ISO RAILS. BRAT.cu. I .. i

--------- ... WEATHKHlJ': > KL)IXa AND Leave Muotkello 3, sod 10 4Ua at, 415 sad 8 10
and Apple, per bu hel. ___. .._ 7 Ofl (y iS> 1
WE never suspect .il\ our excellent way render them assistance: ; provide I..emona,I't'r hundred........;;,.....,.._ 3 00 Gy too rLOOUINO.Uakee 1WArrly
for their comfort. Capt. McGill NanarBa per I.undrecl....;;:.__.._- Z 00 4 5 WCoawnutseach. at I>rll\, -8 JOandll 00au,8: 08 and 8 80 y
.L postmaster of being subject .to fits of ..._ ........--:. .. .01044 0 15 HI'.I& A>D ('UUIU:" WORK I pm.Leye .
1)rliton-6 00 and 11 16 a m. 8 28 mod 8 49
himself but
found seeing
R abSent\ -mjndednes5 until the other day a prisoner, rol'LTMV
Turkryeemtb..1 25 (t ISO A SPECIALTY
I when we heard him impart a piece of the sympathy for the buffering manifested (Jteme. au-U-......_........_.... 75 ft* \ WChlckeim : Array.t MI\IIUCAI.o-O 20 sod 11 18 pay 8 48 and
yrown.....__....-..- 35 M 4U VOOpia.
information to a deaf old lady from the by his enemy, he boldly stepped do half-gwwn..,.__.._... 31(4 25Duclu *"at Office Bus 174, )" &D4ID..I'1a. 8T MARES BBA CU.
forward and announced himself a Con grown, per pal r_._...,,... l Ira 44 125HCAT J.D'r .r Tue.d.vs) TLursd/r. and Katurdtji.L .
steamer Aulin, The very thrifty banana Fg64 per....__.__. z.1 311 ave TallataaMe..9 00 a m
in Steil'a garden caught her eye federate surgeon and begged to be released al'TCHtII'. -- --- -- -- -- Arrive at .,. ., ............... uu am '

plants liee-rteak6..._.___Y._.-...... & 12 LOT,' Ix a y 8t. Mark.......,..,.....,.11 90 am ;
and she asked what they were-if they that he might attend upon the I'urk w., .,. .____._.....:" 1 W III 0ITY Arriv. at Ta Uu.iaMM<..............too mWixKlroff .
soldiers.! Col. Downie imme Muttou___ .__.........._ ttt" 10brimssilt.Y.Y. Liiica sleepers beiwvcn lauaaaee S
were palm trees ; and he very soberly wounded .... ........1.--_...... U } or either rosido'ico or business a.Ad J.ckv>favUlii t n all ugh' trulua.UiMion .

that they were. Sow, when she diately ordered his' release. Th'u Confederate rwL B. ftt-U 40, purpoHf, hold at reasonable prices tl'Mia wits eI< ca.....'..""Kba with '!""Opln'u.
replied H.y, lr hundred JIOUoda.__.... 73 41 *0 ... Huau lot tuf-U. M>1.deli, W.dut-,.>>.>. au reaches Nassau and finds a conflict of captain (not a surgeon) wa tWu. prr bu.Url ....._._ 0 II'(rt 'O flu and upon easy teruiH.HAML ".'ald.,.; l..r omnibus WeJoeadavi and tatur-

bearer of despatches from Stonewall Owls, I't'r buab..l.... ........ ... MM 110 da/,; nor Apeleuhacot4,1'bmrWe .
authorities, she may conclude that a Ilriu and luiddJinKv, per lW puunde,13) <<* 1 40Flour lIt ; A. SWAN JNU. 1'. L. Ii .
difficult to Jackson to Gen. Lee, and reported the per bsneL..'--_...Jl_-.. 6*) *. t 50 aillper1ntn e&l t.
1 1k knowledge is sometimes Hominy,per ...Y,.. 4 75 9 0 oo cr. "AJneHrloarI! ; iD STREET, EDGAR YWET.O.n. .'
Obtain facts to Gen. Lee, whose words of praise lee, per wa,'barrelBUU.I5c.. per l00j) ; per lb. 2c. 1 4&& '.- .. "ltlibt and Trm Agt d.. 1 .



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," STATK NEWS. ,I them noel! }Ir, Field, the photographer, Till] '

imml'I1illtr1'prnt() r lptwd them Of Zv E w"
1\IAJ. THEononn: SCARUETT and course people in other counties grow 't MIIGRATIOiCompn.nj"

N. C. ShaVklcfml; of I'dioiit-ola, lutvcbcoi I potatoes, but.wo hl\\'o. never henrfl! of LAND AND D
':'t i'OtninUyioncil!' us Justices! of the any to heat: thee for size whii-h (cotiM FALL and WINTER GOODS
. r,J lV;,iuc., The Arll'lI1. (,( IIlIderwrite':! them : claim) l that that enormous growth lind ,
l.olli. not IIf'strll\"C'lltlw quality: These were

I :MR. H. M. WITT has placed on ex- well fill,"oj'ell, !hut. were too III rge to AT THE rOl'ULAIt' DRY GOODS EMPORIUM 1 OF OFFER"4600OOC

liiliition in our ollicc, the finest ?i>rriineii hake whole. So we just out them up. y
;,'t. of ricetiti the stalk wo have seen with mi axe, in order to let l the cook J. dr. 1. :H: DDo +1119,cnt s S
'$ in this Section It was giown on II'IH manage them.-Lnke City llf'J>Qrll'r.

.; land, short distance sontliea! ol' .. Of the most ACCESSIBLE and .
: n : -- ------------ w
r Uainm-illc, nnd cultivated with little -- DESIRABLE lands in the .

attention to and plant Irtlmr. liberally.Anotherencourairemcnt -(luinrs-- I rKt Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes STATE OF FLORIDA,

3'illi'SItIl. ,
nt only $1.25 per acre to new set

FROM the New York Eivuhig" Trtiram ,- tlers, with the privilege of selec-
learn thnt.1: DeCasali i \OTJO\S AXI FAXCY C2OOIM: ,
(/ wo I' nn tion iu i ii.trceta of 4u acres or more.
Italian {enllcnianill! shortly <-i iit
Florida/ with view to lands I Tht1 so lands Hrtl located on and
a secure ::
Hiituhle! for a ('01011)' which' ho }propose? AT NEW YORK PRICES. I tidjiicent, to the liiio of the Atlantic -

l witling l in thn i State. Tho Ttleyrninsnys Gulf and Wrist India! Transit

(hat Gen II. S. San: ford. has oll\-r- I Co.'s R. R., extending front Fer-

(' eil Mr. 1)cCaetlil: on easy conditions' THE L i BOEHl' AND BEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AT I tmuditm, on the Atlantic, to Cedar
nil the land ho wishes.GAIT. .
: PRICES WHICH CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD. Key, on the Gulf coast ,thus affording
'' DICK IlKKUcan: : boast' we think, the
to "
of having t the latest{ }pearl ever taken Ague Cure NE11. UOOD.H received every week, RO t'at: our Stock i 18 alwaj Fresh anti Durable. A large producer cheap,
'1, ,'_ from'an ouster. Thin he found a few I Hock of ..,n TN. ..EIU_'. I.IH nail (',' lIntH'N, arum 6 ct .ttara alld upwards. constant and rapid transportation

? M; .dfUH! 'siiieo while! opening ono of our Is n purely vrgetaMo Litter and to the best markets.
: power U 14 IS .*: :X Ci O O 13 H .
r'I delicious bivalves, and in me. it i i- ful tonic, nil l I is warranted a gpeeuv null The belt of country traversed
equal to a blue whistler lIe proposesto I certain Tara for Fever and! Ague, Chills! A fill it xk: of I alcit, k t3'lell at n nU. h wend it to New (irl'"ns) where it will noel Fever, Intermittent or Chili Fe- Towels: and LHmu l>amakn, Underihlrti mid Drawer at great bargains; Cl"ttiH, ra*-lmrn aud ,
I vcr, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague Kentucky Jtaua, a full stuck special burg.ilLS In CLOl'lllNO.:'
B he fashioned into an omuim-nt, and Periodical or Itlllons! Fever, and nil EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL
K.t when completed will no douht bo a I nialuriiil disorders. In miasmatic tin-! GENTS' FT73JTI3ama GOODS A SrEOZ:: LTY.A .- I
rare gem':-Advance.CAIT. trims, the rapid tin\ Nc, coated tongue, thirst to be found in the State, a large
: ,i l.witmle, IOSH! of appetite, pain in the hack, full line.. of Latest atyh. s. Our llulliir !Shirt tbn best lu market <:.lIa< d xaiulue our stock proportion being peculiarly
W. 13. Mcli.VAiNE puccededl.iHt and loins, and coldness! of the mill and Prices l -fre purch'sindrlirwn'rr| unlt-m !i..v mill pr4mrny.lteuded, t<>. adapted -
spine Mavi 'ga ntlddit buter! In N-w Yin k op rial order 8 c.u al,"ayn be filled at New York priced. to toe culture of HEMI-TnorI-
I week in pnltini; a new boiler in I'I extremities, are only premonitions! of 1-U.tiog\ i .trndiicud the 5 ('('II t Counter, wtilcli\ bast ruve.' so 1101'U'U. wu show a large var
t his little steamer the Knterjiriw, anal wvi-rer H-mptoms, winch. terminate in the "ty ol articlm which have been! sold 1 fur more tlun d.mble ibe price. Call *ad Ice the bargainsJ. C\L FRUITS and 1 Early Vegetables,

V ;1'? she i 5a n8 plod as'!' bran new. Wo trust I and agile)profuse paroxysm perspiration.succeeded by high fever & T. KYDD, and T/ie L'trye, Compact Bodies (J
tho'Cai>(ain", will have MUCCCM enough! W..lk"Ht., New York. )> Nortli East cor. Centre and Third rib. FsruaiiOiua lie, Timber make these lands
It is n startling:: fact, that quinine, arsenic worthyof
i : to .enable him, to soon I playo tv .larger' end other ,poisonous minerals, form the -- ----- --- --- --- --- CAUEFUL
; 'j eteiuner on the route from here up) Ihe! basis. of most of the Fever and Agate EXAMINATION by maUllfaclurers -i
pwnnlJl'i\-A satrap on tho approach I reparations Specifics, Hvrllp!!, ami
near: the warehouse' niiy; evening after "Tonic!!," in tho market. The preparations STORES.
madn from these mineral
fiinset, will impress cue;! with the outs although they poisons NEW SET fLERS
and CA..LVZ
are! palatable may TtT ..A. X. purchasing
1 nit udo of. tho fish: and oyster trade of {I break the chill, do not cure, but leave: the land from this
Jf),, this place. A number. of men''nre!>ecn malarial andi, [thclr own drug poison ,In Jacksonville, }'ll\., company ate furnished -
t nt work in the dillcrciit packing lions-! i the system, ; es, preparing for the morrow's ship- i other ringing disorders In the ears more, headache formidable* 1 vertigo than; and the iILtI{ ISLE WOKK the Transit R R. for family audpero.lollal

jnents. The packers keep busy.until disease they were intended to cure effects to the station nearest -
the train leaves in tho morning, -Csdar ''I AVKU'S: Ant"r Cum i: thoroughly; eradicates! the laud .
Key Journal. these noxious poisons! from the system, E. I). ROCKWELL, AGENT FOR FERNANDINA.U purchased.
and always_ cures the severest cases.! It 1'1 rLE ,COMPLETE,, being derived -
tON last Thursday at noon; when\ thepipe' contains no quinine, mineral, or any thing:
bi'Ul1t from
+I of tho drh'c011 hud leached a ; that could'injure the most delicate patient th UuitPrttlttt.S --
r depth i of (02 feet, water was reached! ; and its crowning: excellence, above "ulJ'l; purchase} from' theS

f'l and! Mowed from the top of the' pipe.ThoHtream I,i system its certainty'as free to from soma disease I is that as it leaves before the tlife >lft. JftlJItKEE'S : ate of Florida.COUULSrONDEXCE. .

was\ nmll at first, ;"and. i i" attack: .
1-1 yet,taut has been gradually' increiuinxin : For Liver Complaints AYEK'S Aori? : : SOLICITED.
il vnlniiio. The water 'i is sulphur, CritE, l Iy direct action on tho liver aud LIVER AND KIDNEY PADCURES Desciiptivo MAPS and CiHCULVRs .
with) a temperature of 74' Fahrenheit.\ biliary apparatus, drives! out the |>osoiis! mailed ou application.
< .
hC -General Oilmoro, reports! in favor which produce} these complaints, : and stimulates "
the system to vigorous, healthy
of a $lOOOJ( ( appropriation' ) 1'or'th'I Voltisia l- condition.We Compliuut., SAMUEL A. SWANN,
:: Bar. His' idea is: to make a com warrant it when taken according to' Liver Kidney Disease, Fever anti Apue. Catarrh, Land

plete' thing of it, with jollies' Ac. ThNdono directions.! : li'ernuleVelkneSH, Neuml{;ill, Rheumatism, Dppepsia, Side- .r Cotumissionor.j .
t almost I any Venssel that can go to Ache Bilious null Disease -- -- *- y
Complaints, arising
Jacksonville Kanlbrd mill Prepared by Dr. J. C. & Co. any
can come.to! Ayer from Disorder of the Stomach or Blood. Till: E'IJKII
S direct line; of
a ( steamers to Practical And Analytical Chemists

i Snnjord Now needed York for Journal i is our: assured orange,' by crop it. next It will year.; be OLD BT ALL Lowell iml'UUm, Mass.IKtWIlERB.. Price Liberal Olio discount Dollar.to Dealers.Sent by nail on receipt of price. T TVN? IMrR! R O V MENT! CO MrAN1.

1' -- -- -- ----- -- <<<;*::<>. HUG n us: & into. Ageiits, ,
ON Thursday\ last, ns Mr. Charles JACKSONVILLEIron ,
\. Parkhill, telegraph\ operator nt Bailey's No. 1 West Bay St. ,cor. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Millinery FIn: >I\A, ffl,
i- Mills; was going' through the manual\
of arms, (ni drilling bur the coming and Brass FoundryAND TowNs O N U.K. LINK,

Fair,) at the command ri ht-o"litue- 0. g,. EErqE ,.tNl'EI).tR KIY.
fire ho pulled the trigger, and to tho .
astonishment: of all by-standers, who MACIIIXE Siroi1.

.;t were many-both white and colored Fancy? and Dress Goods OflVrs to Lessees and Purchasersa
the gun went oil, the hull (passing, ; number
of the
: large
through colored man's head killing; most eligi-
him instantly. Tho gun had! been T J. ble and desirable Lots, suitablefor
I : No 67 W. Bay St., cor. Laura, Jacksonville Fla.,
'snapped a number of times Ll'forcwhile Business Purposes! or for Cityor

.,going through the same man\ Proprietor. Suburban Residences UPON
oeuvre, and no ono had tho slightest I IIi co'itUntly in stock A full line of Qoodn emor.icing the ah the beading, including a flue lii.e of EASY TERMS.: ,

idea that it was loaded ;, the only wonder \) I ,
is, that'.the 'young'man who was Steam Engines,. Sugar: Mills, and all WORST ft;1'ATTEICXN and Hi.:JU;.11A Si N Zl l'IIti'RS, Liberal Discounts:> on Values allowed -
.drilling Parkhill, was not killed, as the to parties engaged in manufacturing -

.. gun had just been pointed toward him, kinds of :Mill Machinery builtor Zphyr "Worsteds soiling at 12 cts. pr oz., or industrial enterprises,
and snapped\ _at the command front who will erect on the property pur-
fire. Tallahassee I'ulriol.hilt. .
repaired.FIRVT ., deo T-tf And all other good at corretpou ling prices OrJen promptly! attended to. chased substantial improvementsfor

A. J. BULLOCK brought in yesterday -.. resideuo-3, or in which to con-
a stalk of Teosinle, or South American -( I.ASS U'OltKM.tN.SII t; duct their business.INDUCEMENTS.
grass' '; it is 81} feet long with long '
;, carnkoleaves'and; '' bears seed in 1 the AND'STRlOl1 l'U OTUALlTY IS THE RULE. iffiUQThand N'ttt! : Q) '9, : ( TO MANU-

shupo of small grains at every joint. Onleri from a dlstarre; will*rewire cartful aiiit FACTURERS, by exemption for
)fr. B. had only two seeds which heplanted prompt attention.bllOP a term of years from taxation of- J
Tropical Semi-Tropicil Fruit Trees Hoses Deciduous and Evergreen ,
and tho, result was 18 stalks fered
}from one'and 21 from the other. This I -DAY ST.. NEAU THE SHIP YARD by the several cities'and ;
I Shrubs ana. ]Ji'lo7w"cr1nr: Plints.
Apply to
looks like it
certainly might a forage '
'plant.-Mr. Thomas Jackson deoj-tf Jaeknouvllle-. ,..1INIUSTRI,... ---, Fla....... _.-_ GEO. f.towns.
'. ,Chipped by yesterday's steamer\ some 1JL NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE D. GILCHRIST,, ;
*half dozen crates of snap-beans' The Agent.
samo steamer took off also some twenty TREES MADE A SPECIALTY. fi@- Office Railroad Building,

or more bales of sea-island cotton. MACHINEWORKS Fernandimi. 16-tf
Think of and II --- ------- .
vegetables: cotton being eQYSend for Descriptive Catalogue. ------
shipped together; 'what country "STAT AND ,. fprovement" f-
in this broad. Union can oiler parallelto AMIF.IIT |. UID'\'EI.L.
this. ,Who-can dare dispute the desirability F. .R. POND, Proprietor.Shop Lauds secured, in any .

'of ,a country where fresh i-tf Jacksonville, Fla..: of Florida
part at 20 cent be-
vegetables from fall gardens, cotton recently ... per
picked out of the fields, and oranges situated S minutes leans u'esl t of Depot, low the prices established by the
fresh from the trees all to
market together Mr. Jackson's is the JACKSONV//, FLA.. State. Ap{>ly toSAM'L ,
firlit shipment of fall vegetables, but
considerable quantities will follow soon '* A. S'V.\ NN,

its ulltny.otheriihave'planted,, them.- .L- r AN UFACTO BEK, ;JO F \\YboIesaleaIe and d Retail Dealer r in 1-3ns FERSANDINFLORIDA- -
Tribune. G. CHAl'I'ELL
A ,
has been; rush of \ -
THERE perfect : I
cotton to;Lake City this fall, and when IUOX FRONTS AM) FKXt'KN FUB,1"rITURE I I I N BOAT BUILDER,

the end :5of the season comes it 'will be For Dwelling and meterlea. of Uteitdetlgna.I Jacksonville. ,,Florida..
found that notwithstanding' the short .
the ,merchants of this town will alaoUav the Uru' *.t.." rtlUtntnt MACHINERY WHITEHALL BOATS, J *
crop PATI EIt..N in the <*Ut..,and can All ni.i.t any or- .".
:, have handled more cotton than in anysingle rtt without lartien i>.jlug tot the extra expeiue of Mattings Mattresses Feathers YACHTS, GUNNING SKIFFS; '
before. They give all the pattern' ,
year My Uarbln Kliop l. uraUhfd with the,steel YAWlS( STEAM LAUNCHES.
allow for the of
market will produce I m proved t olli. wbleheuab'e.' tur vorknti-u to f1
T the country and sell goods as reasona'-. turn out work with the f r+atrst .11111I1t, aud at Every description of small craft built to order
ble as iu cuies.- A few more )'t'lil'lllike rue Aged V>w..t't t cub'h.price.WATERTOWX S'rEAFNIHSE Comfortables, Door Mats, Children's .Car2aifYUes el.n..the Correapeudoltee best style md on solicited the most approved mod- .

the past and' the farmers here and! CO..a..d. on lurulih their ENUINtS.: 15OILEU.- --h H-tt __ ,__.. __
commission merchant abroad will not and s.\W-'I I LI 8 .t lib 'irl not ca.Al Moldings, Picture JFi'awes, I
do business together The farmers are E. t
lid KNOWl.EV STKiM IHMIP8 kei>t '
learning that a sure price at home constantly t n I tn.l IU1.1 at nafwturert Mosquito Nets, &c. A FIELD OF SWEET,,POTATOES, ,
freight added t
uncertain later priMa "
beats an_ price ,
early ,
for t'lrthe'luloruittfoo, Price ila. eatal'tr"eI,
are always at .... Of about three acre.
and small tie l .aJar F U KND.
the mercy .- O. o Vine 'I&. Potatoes in Fenmndina. AVill be sold for .
C. com '. who.hves near Mt. Tabor, TO CItOWE'S, o|>|KMit the Fbrtlr- half Apply their to alue, if avid iwmediately-
0 It
.84nt us our potatoes (of the Provi. llou e.18asM..ifyouuaut a& first ctawi tit* .- aj Opt Florid. UOU e. Fermtudiua.CKOWE.

deuce ,variety; ) which weighed thirty I ling K,|Mdriit Hoot PItTINO- -
a Bound*. )fr. E. A.. W tson presented t wu. i3-3ui Mr If'f' JOB the'owat ratea, in,at every the MJUBOB style, and, 1



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