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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: December 3, 1879
Publication Date: 1878-
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Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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I SEMI-WEEKLY.; : FERNANDINA, FLA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1879. VOL. 2. NO. 3. : ; :?; ; :


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t, GEXEHALTUB l.l.YTBLIJIGlXCl.. rmntiou. upon} our Foreign ron ,1G1:, FAINT IIKART.n boned hungry curs.\ In the last Uril 'I'mm'M: : Cllt.oUAI.-Thl1 persons i it I : :'''',.I'a..

'If irrepressible- it h lesser" nationalities: 'H'I I "U\UR ( ) I II m BO \\rnry of It nil, i ish attack on Cabal, Afghans who )jpro- who become habituated chloral ::1' : ': '
( Oilmore is iews of the inter-oceanic 1 lulu \\ould rest mo lor a little spore, ferret) "tljiug like rats' of "
upon 1lIew engatrci I b there no Kirut rook w liero the nhmhm full, poisoned' IIII h.ulrato aro two or three classes\ n.s,
Yankee: Doodle tiitionil: : anthem Plaii I ct which he favors. There That I may tact Inc down HII(| hide my flu'c" hole," retreated to their toituou a" rule. :Some; have originally taken

for our growing bus grown too tans(l of i importance advocatedlr. "I work and ntri\e, don Inmtrnod 1\1 lit nfrniil streets and 1 lanes, and many a good .the narcotic to relieve )pain, using it in L
MUCH nation. :S.: Marshall* receive their The load l !,. Ilinty and tin way l I1""Il! life was lost' in hunting them out.Ix .- tile earliest application) of it for a truo

in excitement, has been causa zed by Congress!;; but year And She wpuk stntr whereby my stein \' etnyedli1'ndslike t IA-IIIt/C)11 8/"dll/I., IIH'Clic'ltllllltl legitimate object, probably
New York ( aitc when bittt winds arc I; i
by the loosening} of sev, would; not allow their being<<: I / under medical direction. Finding i
eral persons from "I ohrink In terror from the on lle.s task ] TuKM'iit.soN' MII.K IJiyini.: ., 1
: IIIK:
I : : : :
eating Congress I1I(1n that it relief
custard by )ru- and hal, I
in which the pies, rap\ I look with horror on I he Imrron luml, gave repose) they o ,. f
cream was mixed in cover their expenses!' : while And n..klI'I' only hoH'li-w) ht'ltrtll1\ ask A New York herald correspondent continued the use of it, ambit List. have
per kettles. Only, one death occurred cop to control elections the Tho Mieaninn of mydnrtitouu(1ershuatI""w'eury ; t inmate some of the scenes' that took got so absolutely! under its inflenco I

A M it. THOMAS DE FRANCO : r. With i advice about our ,place during the !six' days in which that they cannot to if I't
i is t l" and wl Ito> I I.* not get sleep they "'-Jw Iio # '
to he in this country for the report< lei tliie!$' n recommendation That Ix-urK life's hurdenn faithfully] Trucl! o yetA 1 Captain i l'it.i t'scuntliandivasbesicged I fail to resort to it. A second! class/ of) \' "\ 1 ;

inducing General Grant to assume}purpose} ,th o I Indian .service remain You little will Inll lmo('r, When reached your I the win n|/hat>t m-t by the Ute Indisuls on\ Milk river, Colorado persons' who take to chloral are alcoholic \ !'

i presidency. .." r* .of. the. Nicaracua Cmml..... r.Jf, is, and a few minor \yin-ro you may rl'lI.frn.1 : One morning a soldier in \ inebriates' who hive arrived at ., Y
a lie ueneral is said to have the-n niattf/ 'V.' ie message! closes. Presiyes' i. ",\ T" Afraid! of what ? l'aYI"III'OIlIlIl/II\ll/ wounded\ in the arm (that state of alcolism when! sleep i is :\
under consideration suggestions concerncurrency \\'hat d'H'| earth hold that can rompiirv and so ill that he had had no appetite alwajs: disturbed, and often nearly impossible.
j AVHIi kMl'd eminiiMiteiKt't Trust to 111!+ care, for two turned to colored soldier
IT is claimed that the will probably betit. Milkr"lth In Him etntTItlu days, a : These persons at l first t, wlkoI1Inll j ,
be' taken in 1880 will new census t tl, ) His adxice about\ the not your IK-IU! close' by him, baying\ : "Here, )' times in the night with coldness
tho greatly redu of pad), stop !shooting at IlIt'lIIl1tIIl/ and i tho .
political power of the our elections, will gener- Poor soul! t And don't you know of lower limbs, cold! sweatings:: ,
:Mates; It must\ be Southe.\. ken1S of not much weight. Without the work, and strife, and weary days' t for the Lord's,! sake make me a little i staitings\ and restless dreamings. In
watched that w You would not bug for restT Thexare lod's coll'ee." Tho colored hero thus addressed i
may: receive all to nmendation t of civil I service I a little time thl\.It'ol1lc norvinuaabout

tied: more is not wished whjch we nre l'nli' ill possibly:: be contrasted: with That win ways you from the life l below whose name\ tho narrator submitting themselves: to sleep,

TUB: or expected.! actions in this particular re- l'p| to III" t".I. c'oltltillot recall, answered not a word, and! belbro long habituate themselves
investigation
claimed (to lily: into the fraud d the publishing of his mes- You "shrink 1 I" 0cowardheart I but set to work. There wn no coll'eein towatchfulncss and restlessness, until
obtain, the ( been perpetrated! t Ire the assembly of Congress, You'bllt u day's work in n ,1,110 do. the' pit: l IlIlt there was sonic in the continued insomnia i is tho result 7 J
declaration The meaning nl the days '"u't'OIlIl.tllIlI\ ; _' know I
of ICellogg i h: Louisiana of tho electio done will be generally con- Your tank Hex with each)I"n- : next Olinddc,1t was tossed' over llul Worn out with sleeplessness, and failing ,f

I before the :; still continue '1'" do it well. how to make fire without wood, that to lintlltm") relief that i is satisfactory l
I Senatoriaj: Committci was' the question.' \ Tho colored man: \ their
Much toilless' ? And IfI'acuremains'sec. ) or sale in false\ friend alcohol, I

as is usual corrup'ion\: in such is being unearthei SI'AT1111"8.. You I .would You nre know not why willing andhere to Ite led. and calculated the chances, made a break they turn to chloral and in it find! for ;
, cases. you !go for the sutler's snatched
\ a
wugon a season the oblivion which tie-
dread
J.I,\" Tin: first' cargo of corn ever sent p, e ,ith intt. Mr. 1) :S.: Place: of The tracklexn., barren plains loose side of a provision) box and I cattle sire and which .they call rest.they It is si: ..
steamer
I States for Portugal, from the Unit lI, gathered: from what: is known That lie U-yond. hack: with a bullet I hole! in th,! board' /, kind of rest, and a is, no doubt better .v. .
was lo.-idi-d and l Fort tingles Tree," 5,000 Your weariness ..1t.jll,1The which meant for his ,
<< shipped fro was \ own body than\ no rest!' at all but it leads to tho I
I .the ;I ;
: port of Philadelphia( a short and hilpl'd]>]> the same North. measure of the help you nee f. The wny Then he! made a fire in corner of the; ,
since. The tin:I That'M' hidden, the point itt \\hirh" your drib mint unhealthy "states that wo are now conversant ,
; bushels cargo: comprised 2X: ,() Patriot says, we have receivedence tay pit and piepaicd tho coll'ee for his with, and it rather promotes ,
1)1'whitt So ,
UO'II'Ire Ix-Ki'is. trust
and .
was shipped i yellow corn, an. of the burning of two gin And te will lead. | patient.Tho than destroys the craving for alcohol. '
by Illinois ,prudes on different plantations, on the t'j, >ri nj.field riipuGtirnn. sutler's wagon was u lair 'target, In short, the man: who takes to chloral ., r

York BY a chart .pullli:
of Herald, we notice that the arc icome Jin<"l'nlllill'S from Tnlliv- CABUI. AND ITS !)EOI'U-'flw diversified I leg while making' an incautious ap single craving, and is duuhie-shottcd
Texas is greater than with of proach; to it. It had a limited suppK in the worst A third class
Austrian that 'of th a large quantity cotton. crowds of people that surge! sense. of
Empire' while Florida through the streets of Cabul/ ill of provisions, tho regulation hard tack, men i who become habituated to tho
:
larger than i: }person or persons on last Fri- agree) and bacon and little ,
England raw ; a liquor
and Wales / nee of chloral of
this 1WI"'. At night when the narrow' me men extremely
New made unsuccessful
York attempt to which service the
and \ was' 01'gl't'nt to
Maryland bazaa'rs and excitablo
and coml>ine< bale of cotton from the railroad : are 1I, low with the reflectedlight nervous temperament) ,
ranks i
wounded. vehicle which will
Another
eighth lit size among th ) of oil in little metal wick-lamps, who by nature/ and often I by the labors
States. rolled it into thickety
ouse. They a doubtless' !' be )preserved at Fort Steele' which
ignited cotton Hunting in eaithenwaic in they are occupied, become i
THE sale by Mr. Vanderbilt of $ir : ', made but daylight= with overtook it.-Ga"s/'il/e them saucers or the \VOOd-th'e of tho cooks. as a pet relic of recent hjstory, i is the bad sleepers. .\ little thing in tho ,.
(OdO.liUUof ''l) way / ambulance taken dllwllIv/ MajoiThornburgh. I '
New York ot'tht'ir t daily i routine i
Central Itailroa the t Ferghanee has no objection to MIside course t oppressesthem. ( ,
stock, with( the lluklnu' It stood' out with the What to other i is r
option} of $10)00K() by side with the inn on thelow men passingannoyance : ,
(){
more :;: learn that at the recent term of near the center of tho oval!
caused quite a (hitter open veranda of t the cook's shop ; wagons thrown oil' with tho nextMcp f
stuck men generally in New York amen tli ircuit Court for) Lafayette county, and! on the same platform, with tin l -pace) occupied by the I troops, and i is i is to these men worry and anxiety I
past week. The I It' bill was foundhy the Grand ventilated by some! thirty bullet-hult's. of hours.
purchase was seething flesh-pot in the center, containing They are over-siuipeeti-J
II syndicate of bankers in London made I I'' against State Solicitor Taylor for little lumps of meat skewered' / Rankin, the H'ollt. got tinder it one Isle; : of what w said of tlll'lllllllcl of their :

New .York.THK an ring bribe.. The case" was trawls upon stick, representatives of twentyillIVrent day for a nap, and was:: awakened by n work, however good the work may bo. J
d 1 the Columbia hall}I which struck of tho spokes
to county court : one elevated
: aulti-rent troubles ( Mohammedan! nationalities'" They mire too when pfllisl'll11111 ,
in Irelan sill be tried within inches of tho of his
increase at the coining specialMadison two top
too when
-!large meetings are content to sit together upon terms / depressed) not praised, ordispraised.
.. .... have bee head
.lint.i. : -!.h '- Jiecordcr.IE and ; fail character .
n in of of equality, afterward to exchangethe They to (play t
well/ \\A in some ofalthe large Ireland cities, i I I people of Hernando, 11 iIIsbo.h hookah and the national lose In this'! way, unwashed, unkempt 'parts\ on the stage of this worldand jI i

England. It seems to be < : folk, and Manatee counties, !\OllIl, tho romance of chivalry and filly luilliltltll/ fed at a time when even night, it.- as they t lie down to rest: they take all :'
generally IK by stars refused its customary
Jieved that their and anxieties into bed
some compromise made corn enough to do them for theft care' with
of reduction of rents will measui' her year, I\lHIIlIaIl\ them have Like other Oriental towns, Cabul, ) i isfilthy. shield of darkness, tho men ofPayne's them, j in i tho liveliest state of perturbation. : '

..J also that some changes prevail be ju' 1 to sell. The cane; crop was nevercr Sanitation::; i is not even a dream (white) and! DodguV'! (colored) Unable in tlliltomlitioll to sleep, ;
in the land may mat with the inhabitants. There four ruusaudsalwitttest('uiihlersllccor.'I'hicywere and! not knowing natural '
laws of the United Kin .: but tho. fruit ciop will be shorteri are more remedy 1'
dom.tuAULET. I i it was last year. The C'e, oat and principal roods, which are from thirtyto not only beleaguered by savages, they resort to) tho use of such an "

FEVKit; has been to crops have pro\cJ satisfactory.uinxi :: forty feet broad!, and these' are considered who kept 1'I'OSS fire on them from instrument) as chloral hydrate ''rhe)' y;
ltllllliol.I.ut listeners
denuV; at Springfield declared: ep i duitrilian. the handsomest streets., One i is two commanding were /begin with a moderate dose ; increase
.,.. _111. The nub. to constant insults uttered ill
w..i. .iOIIIIMIIS- 1. II. the Great Bazaar, or Charcutia, composed (the doso as occasion seems lo demand '
hr. Pensacola Adrmnv The
nave ueen : / 'S : and
ordered
closed English seeming to come from a
the remainder ,I of one-story mud houses, which and at last, in what they consider a
of the law
of |ibtitutioualily exacting
the a
white
with tlltiI'III\'II .
vear. 1'ul,i man quartered C safe and
funerals nave. verandas: slightly elevated above IIHul'rlllo'IltCIll' of employ
: '
are to be prohibited )'sae tax of Attorneys' was tested inIton ) foes. When horse mule fell I
and a or a a
viewing of the remains of I tl I this week in the! c5-uof the Hon.nsites. gutters, opening i full upon the taunting voice from the bin\Us wouldcome jag) it, they depend' on the' nartotio for \
l persons sly II '
wjth the fever, i in strictly forhiddi u. G. 11c1t'horterwho! was arraigned, ftreets. Th(' verandas!:' become shopsin saying : I theirillslficd' / 1'/lol'lo.-lJr./ llichunlaon
Houses the daytime: and are stored with in Contemporary Jtcview. a
to Walker the i
are ho of
placarded I ore Judge on charge "ltettergoeutand harness him
and again
.
sir .
of all the furs silks and
specimens ,
gent rules are to be adopted : t having; complied[ with this require for funeral." "
for
,11AIutLIEmVITIiOUT
your
;n tlIoJot1.-ALout
p wool and hair cloths that Central Asiapioduces. :
venting the ruled that the :
,spread of the lIt. Judge Yalker Again "Lift hats and
disease : giveus
up your
twenty years ago) a It'lIow"nl\m.
I :: In the e\ening three or young ; set
unconstitutional and )lr. :Mchorter "
.v was -
RECENTLY ten young boys of Londo, jour cronies sit on a mat in almost a mark. Johnson, in the \\'ilclltof the Cheat t
victorious.
) of
Ontario; were discovered course came again : "Como out of your holes, :Mountains, in Wl'tlt'irgillin made
in
in a plot every shop, set a lamp their mid.st: up
buy, schooner and turn pirates}on tl I DH. McliA'AiNE has securer a Pea- fold their feet, put on their skull-caps, you cowards: and fight Squ,l re. his mind! to) be man led. I

lakes. They had! purchased revolver ,xly I scholarship for MNs:: Flurry Mcvuine IllltJsnlOke, and<')) !stone till midnight. This last from, tho renegade ensconced "Hilt011 have not a penny," remonstrated ;

and were concerting as to measures in tho Vandeibilt/ University, Another great llazaar, leading from the with the Ut< s. (his,i friends! I I

warfare. The money for the out j. hville, Tcnu. She will get her board Western Gate to the Italy HisMiir is Several witnesses describe the arrival "I have my hands, A, man was given .

($.}.80). ) one of the.boys: stol from u n Id $-t' tin nor annum.-The {lumber monopolized by cooks and butchers ) Merritt: and his troops) and Hay two hands/ one to) scratch for himself,
nu n. to'-. "mo" olilest" !boy i is twelve 'IlClo-i is looking up and the attention Heads and I carcases arc suspendedthere that when the General mot, Captain the other for his "wife," he said : ,

of age. The 1 boys said t they got yea"lh 5 f mill men is being turned to Cedar in plenty, but no trace of the unclean Payne time two threw their arms around On the day of the wedding Johnson r

idea of the plot from reading; "Jut Ceys and the :-uwalll'cdU\'er.; We tinerstand animal' the, pig is discernible.It each other and that teats were shed.' appeared in n whole coat null trousers!:,

IIarkatw ay" and kindred s.toric arrangements are on foot for is: in this bazaar, .by oil-light, that This is not uulihl)'. Bulla men were hut barefooted. '

BOTH in everal new mills.-Cedar Key Journal. some of the most picturcpque-lookin; tXllllUstetl-l'llyno by his wounds and "This is hardly decent," said tho ",

women predominate Norway in and Sweden t IT is thought by many that the pres- rutliaiis in the world may be ieen. IIlIxil'tMerritt for Is lucre long fllnrc'''. clergyman. "I will) lend! you n pairof J
As the is concealment "
numbers rest (
no
shoes.
<)
\ I.
the rice and, sweet Observe this one. A six
men. At the last 'nt sugar-cane potato man over
way, in 1875, the total census of N 'roes:: of Brad ford are the best that have feet high) ; his: head conical-shaped} ; the about the tears. There was sucha "No," said Johnson. "%Vlieu I can J \
in that wretched corral for (he
1,817,000, of which 88 population w een produced in a long time. The I jet-black; hair clone) cut, almost: to the Hceno buy shoes I will wear them-not'' be' i i.\
ooo
ten minuted low witness "
were ma I or as men Bare
and is also At bone his face longsallowand fringed' ,
U31,000 females otton crop : unusually large. ; .
of 488 males and, being 312 at the ra 'Ohio time our farmer:: feared that the with grizzly black whiskers, which twice in a lifetime, or want,to. Anti ho ..tooll1p to ho married without ;'I' .

every 1,000 of the females unprecedented rains would' cut short meet beneath in one long matted any thought of hit feet J
den the proportion population. ,In Sw all their dill'erenl crops but the result heard ; the eye small, blaik: nnd keen ; TIIK PEANUT CITY.-Norfolk in tho The same sturdy directness showed n

rate of 511 boys to 4S'J of births, is at tl of harvcbtint: proves to the contrary. the nose arched and thin ; the mouth first peanut I port in the world. The itself in his futuro course! 1'hat'he'' l '

-1.,nmvvw, u 1.-,-ii., .L me--- h_ "_ girls" 'out .of t" Our f.trmerll'11, "Ul'omo out ahead of ('rlll'll\nel compressed ; the chest and! peanut individualized is IIIHrIUlll'otuto. had not money'to pay for ho did with. : ; a
the females for mortality the j is in favor I last year and ctiil5cgnelltly| must: !it arms to the elbows bare; the body enveloped and irresistibly suggests tho ragged! and Out He hired himself to a farmer '

1876 showed 48G census returns happy. All we lack now to completethe in a tattered blue shirt reaching wistful small boy, but where it origin for a year's work. With tho money he
men to 514 won/ beneath the knees ales it is/ a gigantic industry. Norfolk paved ho bought A couple of of
out of every 1,000 of the happiness and pnmpi-rity"' of lirail- ; bare, scarredlegs acres 4
population' ford county, is a few hundred more just ; the lat treading on grass sandals, receives the entire crop of I Virginia, timber( land anti A pair of sheep, built

THE Forty-sixth Congress assernb I such/ farmers as we now lu'c.SIlr'et which are held on by the toon. Thai which i iN larger nnd superior) to the himself A hut, and went to work UJj
on Monday for its first growths of Tennessee and North Carolina. his ground.
regular sessi< t, Trlvpruph.1t.tit.ROADCONTRACr. i is Cabul bCJrgllrtild a most arrant ;
The message of President Hayes ct villain he U, fur, baneath his rags, he The crop begins in HentembtT; His sheep increased ; as time flow 'by

gratulates the country upon tI 8ur AwAniEiCnpt. conceals a knife, like the rest of his and lasts through the year. 'I tlO crop ho bought more ; then he "Hold! off thu t
f ( that the letting
I 11.11. Chi intoriiiH )
of ley UM this reached !liOO.OoO/ ) (" ) l bushels. Two
resumption lie amiable" and will year cheaper kind and invested in South'down
urges ti;>cm Co for the construction of the Pensa countrymen, use it -
grass the suspending of the large factories for sorting and cleaning ..nell'rcnch Merino. His
C'Jnage cola & Selma road has (been made with the rage of a wolf if he is temp neigh
silver dollars. Then, that a duty j e )Ir. D. F. Sullivan who has bigned by a I ted. The ,cooks' are glad enough to peanuts, imply employment to hundreds burs, tried by turns raising! callle,
) hands.
placed on tea and coffee whic) JvjlbiU with Mr. Daniel Callahan' of I toss a kaboh or two to gentlemen of of The average price per horses, or gave their attention, to experimental
several millons to the treaSlIr whitf contract this class. bushel in about $1 Il\lIIlllae total incometo farming.Johnson -
wit/no. advance the U Nashville, Tenn., to build the entire ? Norfolk for the amount she handled: found' 1
coat to the having once out thatsheepraising
\ > The other 'rood have
Also the enforcement of uiner, internal/ between ,the I't-iwHColA Railroad two no p"rli"cul"r last year was $GoOK, (>0.--/to) ,ton Herald.A in his district brought'ahanuxome
against ttp hilts; mid Piiie Apple tation, on the characteristics; except that theyare '
polygamy in Utah. Coiternins? Selma ami Gulf line. Mr. Sullivan's A )great deal) broader than by far in profit, stuck to it. He had,
the election laws UUUNKAHU staggering; along the the shrewdness (best
he wishes! in seeing, the
:: tint' such the larger of Cabul. Olf these way,
Contract
action requires the contractor to portion boulevards, knocking) against lamp and that '
may be taken will dogged persistence in follow i
as
all the full se Ire to complete the h'rst! 25 miles by the 15th i four principal roads numerous dark posts with great dignity and earnestly, it
and free log which the
are surest element
privileges gauranteed *right to ill I the of May, the second section of 25 miles I and filthy lanes, twisting for a quarter solving the problem how to be in two to
jy the Oi stitu- of and the balance) 1 of a mile at A time, and not than success. :
lion. by the 15th August; t. more places on the sidewalk at once. The 1
Stock-buyers
Upon,. Civil tie/vice; from the eastern" markcts '
Reft: n he three feet broad shoot -
dwells making connection with the old Selma at frequent in niifsers stare at him and laugh) till he r
large at some of 'length, admitting hat a A Gulf and completing the direct rail I tervals. ,The tlat-roofed houses in them halts, and, with a painful effort collecting found his mutton the sweetest on '
the Cheat. He'lIever
part the'duty of alllowed that
civil serviceto restorii: : the ,Juncture between Pensacola amid Selma I are made of mud, thickly mixed with himself, says ; "Galileo wash
reputation toIiithe end
purity and efli, ency by December 15th, IBbO. -1'ciitu-ola straw, and the apartments are dark ri"htthe earth doesh move)I" and of which I'
rt'sttl'pon the
President course U that the who
; he strongly I Advance I holes much worse than themuchdecricl crumbles into a shapeless ruin man married ;
urges the greatly needed reforms in this! I shanties of the Galway pavenfent uponthe barefooted it now worth a large prop

branch of the. .Government-and he A YOUNG mother was! giving to hereon i pC 8allt.. Men, women and children ert)".

then decries the making of political aged five year, a touching description I sleep together, and never, change their. 3lAitv .MAQIULKX had seven devils The story U on absolutely true one, a

assessments."upon government officials.) of the niiserv into which/ the : garments till these drop ctf.. Frequently cast out of her. I never heard of A And may point A moral for the hordes I

Touching lightly upon our Foreign re Prodigal J Son had fallen "Far away I cattle and fowl are, to be (found man having, seven devils cast out of of stout able-bodied men who crowd
lation
the fisheries questions, the ex from home and his kind father, obliged crowded into these apartments, together him," growled, an old bachelor, in the the cities this winter,* complaining

f portation of cattle' and the Australian' to take care of swine, with nothingto with tho human inmates. Not course of a discussion on' the "woman that they must starve for want of-

Exhibition he congratulates the cotj'n- cat but the husks of corn left by even an unusual parish dog could question" "No they are not cast out work. -.- _.__ .

try upon the establishment of the nuw them," etc. "Then, why didn't he eat tray into one of them, for he would yet, 1 heIicli'." w,a,. the cluirt..responseof Iris hard for an empty.0--.bag to stand

tww-Atlautic cable. After a Unfit( I the pigs ?" was the practical reply. I"LQ worried by_a hundred jealous, tig- his antagonist.; .. upright. ,

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FLORIDA Mumon. on Southern soil or riot; but beyond I succumbed* to vastly superior force. MRS. AtE: -A. B. NOTES,

P --.--. '- .., doubt!. ho' does confess' to no small The journals of the Danish capital now FASlti ..

i j'J SA TURDA r; DECEMBER 3. M79. amount of ,party; niisrcprescntntion of I announce (that the Minister of War has Dross and I Grocer and Ship Chandler,

r ; OEXERAL- 'GRANT: A Nil -TltK TWO the South-in which he has horno his brought\ forward n project for reorganizing leer,
Third Street, bFKKNANDINA .
,\(: 1'RLSIIESCIEs. I part-when ho affirms.in this letter his : the army; the annual expense of; F'. ,, DEALER IN!

I ." It i is well known that Gen. Grunt has belief that rnuchlkof the prejudice now the measures proposed is estimated at .....unA. PROVISIONS, LIQUOBS, ETC.

: been( earnestly though informally requested I felt against the Republican; party wouldhe about !),oonOOO crowns The Minister STAMPING: :DO.....,n,. ,

5 a t to undertake. the presidency of removed if their principles were in presenting his plans to the legislature Fashions Aa Agent-the for most Bultt'rtClpo\ltl\l\IIt'liaauernl; Agent;for S.F.AVERT & co's rlo'Ws.:

the Nil'arl1glllShip Canal, one of the I fairly set before our people, and when remarks that, the military forcesof printed, and popular eVeett., tf .

grent projects of the age, designed to he declares!, also, that the same classof Denmark being relatively small, it is C1tSTRESTRIFT: |J"FEUNASDINA .

connect the Atlantic with the Pacific men are Democrats> in the South necessary to concentrate them at the SANBORNJT7WHOLE FL 1AtifI ,
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ocean, and promote the commercial who are Republicans!. in the North ; for point where nn enemy would be most -- - ----

interests of all nations: It was supposed certainly he thinks his Northern party likely to make hU attack or to attempt .\ ) ; k FRIt:1\:

that this office, if accepted, need friends are }peaceable and orderly per. to effect n landing upon the coast For GROGS Confectioners

not prevent the candidacy of Gen. RODS : what, then, docs he think of the this purpose the three railways of the Bakers and ,

Grant for the office of President of the corresponding( class South, now known' island: are to be connected together by SHIP CHAD l' CHOICE GROCERIES: ,

M ,,1 United States, if a "Solid North" and a ; a* Democrats? Or is there so much of cross roads The city of Copenhagenis

at l "Solid South" should seem intent upon the demagogue in the honorable Secretary also to be protected, by fortifications LUMBER AND NAMESProvision CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,

? w his bearing this burden n third time ; of the Treasury that his language against sudden attack by a land army; TOYS AND FANCY: ARTICLES.AI' : .

t 'tN hut, according to a special despatch : is one thing, in its descriptionof and n plan is submitted for embodyingand (1esaar -' and

} from Washington, published in the Southern men, when / addressing a moving rapidly the entire military .AT DOT'rOJI 1 WEDDINGS, ENTERTAINMENTS the shortest'notice, at

1(,. New York Evening. / Post of last Friday, Northern audience, and another thing force of the kingdom LI I PICNICS, UOITOM furnished l'I at
.J; .this latter elevation\ by no means enters when writing to the Southern people[ ? The Japanese and Prinon Reform.-The In Store. and to arrive by,Sail: RUCK :nA.ICEI1Y: : ,

; as an element into the calculations Hi letter declining to come South first week of November a Japanese omission 100,000 200 Hard Dales Brick Good;Hu W/| : .

c l "' of the'gentlemen who urge upon the' might be fairly: : construed as 1bi for arrived in St. Petersburg\ sent out 100 Casks Lime; K Centre_Street_ --,-opportOffice.IT. -----.- --
'. General the grea ,canal 1 project; on the 'otitbcrn' favor; yet even this scant to Europe by the government of Japanto 100 Keirs Nails:' K --'--- -

l 2 is: contrary they expressly stipulate that I measure\ of justice to the South may examine the systems of police and 100 proof Barrels, 12 cU.KEUO3B fire E. DOTTEREli,

t' 'lri. if he assumo tho presidency of the imperil his Northern prospects. of prison discipline that are establishedin A large stock of Oroeerie4Lkery per gallop ln .
FIn.,
Canal he shall continue in thatoffice ----------- Fe..nndlnu,
Ship --00- the different European states. The Hardware, Dry Uoods. lors
i RAILWAY ..s. CANAI Blinds Sash, Paints, Oils amO '
I until the work is completed. And chief of police in Japan, Sava, is at the .

according to tho details now given :Mr. Sebillot, an eminent French civil head of this commission. They have I EXTREMELY: LOUTJH.Send INFINE .

.' Gen. Grant, who has the highest sense engineer, a man of largo experience, already studied the prisons and policein orders at once, or call fore
; and appreciation of the importance of and who was engaged with de Lesseps purchasing elsewhere.SANBORN' an
# Holland. After passing three or

{ I' 4 the undertaking-which he -baa for a upon the Suez Canal, has made a detailed four weeks in Russia, their plans of Scond *t&;. 1 FaIDil iI t Gro OCCgod Ii & P Provi o isioosl

: : v, long time carefully studied-is willingto statement\ of the relative cost of travel will take them to Berlin ; thence ___ _.-:

pledge himself to the canal enterprise a ship railway across the Isthmus of to Vienna; and after visiting, Switzerland FOR 1CKV?1-) Choice Ooodl a.

i '., Y, t as soon as he is satisfied that the Panama as ngainst the cost of a ship France, Spain and Englund, they SEVERAL NICK, corner ROOMS of Ctftw in CUltom,1 can rely nothing upon getting but the

:! company have provided the pecuniary cannl-supposing} ( : in each case that tho their : Streets f'"
to
propose returning own countryby Also the !second story above vt\ & IIU\NDH
\ FINEST
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'*.*.'i., menus, that will ensure success. It is work bo laid alongside the Panama way of tho United States :another Bro., corner Ash and Third Street*

,; i ti i >f'1,. '':;, reported that they are prepared to give Railroad.: The conditions in case of proof of the position, which the Japanese Apply l to DO fcM. 1 __are kept I In atoik. __ .

1': / him entire satisfaction in every respect. the <':\na1I\1'o: depth, 28 feet; width'of are assuming among civilized na 32-t ._______Inlh.- _--- OI".EG E

r'I hud, 71! feet; length, 45.62 miles; time tions. Treatise on thc Oi. N ANS"tJ

t: M.U. SHERMAN AND THE SO UTII. of building 12 years; total cost, 1,041- LADIES
( ,' Railways in Algiers. -The French BY T. W. MOORE" FOR YOUNG ,
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Secretary; Sherman, has been earnestly 01)0,000) > francs. The conditions of tho '
authorities in this colony valuable work is for sale at tt
;:, besought to take an active part railroad are: gauge: 40 feet; weight of important THIS ') Price 60 rent fc ltae Fernandina, Florida.TUo'totinhl .
of the republic have ordered Thus IH I the nniy, trextlsn wrl ton for .
.' in the Republican canvass in ,Louisiana rails per yard, 1229 pounds; length, lar I'('lion and aiiil U glv'llnf'rrDam? : Utind! flPE.rla1ahAntllj1I1t1
is t, and he has received every assurance 40.87{ miles;' time of building, three the construction: of 1series be of value to the range grower In Ltd A Ot.Il\TIY I DRAWING,
ralironnU Its author is or the .
: on- ec,
ot'rnilwl's the with 1'I\t-'CI
i;. and guarantee of protection and years ; total cost, 140,000.0U0'rancs.( along coast, fat- orange growers. la the !state. -fi1\ ;\lu.IIan\For Ch-ciiUr! address HEV, j erinadilla VYEP8., }la.CUOSMKK .
branches into the interior-some ..
welcome} from both political parties ; This shows in favor of the railroad: a of II. C. DUItTEE- --- --- .- '
I ; but this candidate for tho presidency, saving of nine years of time and $172- which it is expected will be continuedas 1y-M. F> --" ,
j, far the Deport II.
of
4 1 who so recently has been participating, OOOOOO-hoth items worth saving. as 81hll'Iwhile General Commission Mel GUNSMITH
,
others to he extended the 1
;: .. are to great
in the electioneering harangued of New ,
'tl Centre at, near R R. Dep"t,
FOKEIGN NOTES inland cities of Northern Africa, such W bet. Centre and Ala.chua,
;a 11 fr York,, refuses to, favor tho Southern FCUl'th St",
FERNANDIMSAT.
f as Timbuctoo, for the purpose of open- FERNANDINA, FLA

1 I k of people high with matters his of eloquent finance.expositions Our Turkey's SarewticAhdceto England. ing up trade }and commerce with the : CORN OATS Guns merle to ord, WorkOuts Iron and oribrar ..... ehat
people
'fhe into tho mouth of 1-tf
suggestion; put native tribes.A sot I'r I'XI'.aIlR'd repaired and keYs CUed.
; I t must bear this slight, as meekly as the ower prl'e. Ot'kI,
Turkish h Minister of State by some ANNE CL.AKKE, attended to.
.' Conflict at Hand. The Italian i1Ins. All flrten promptly will be f(1r
t they newspapers thirty da1 ai'1
may. called fur 10 .
... I witty correspondent, and supposed to -l Work not tf
It can hardly be pretended, at this -- : which are more and more taking Dealer In the rep"lr, I
i nc addressed to the British Ambassador
t; late day, that it would not be safe for part in general European politics, \! GOOD FINE LAUNDRY SOAPAT
at Constantinople, that Great Britain ,
,.. representative :Northern Republicans. first: regulate the affairs of Ireland have of late thoroughly examined the Fruit,Vegetables ConfectliJbo. THE-
':" 1: tocanvass Southern State it is Eastern policy of England ; their opin
.: ,, : any .. *
and keep order on that island before
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1, :' well understood\ that their perils, she should insist reforms throughout ions are summed up by one of their : &0 H1' Florida Soap Factory
+ ,(, F. should they come, would be precisely upon number.as follows : England is now Third Street, between Centre and Alachua
the Turkish dominions Fernandina Fla-
apparently .
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those of any tfl\velers-uo more and endeavoring to regain the ground she + JACKSOXVILE, FLA.
I r hears fruit at least Ireland is receiving
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; no.less. Amid all tho plagues of the hItS lost and! recover her influence Centre Street Millin
attention from tho
special( ,
governbent
: : with tho Turkish Government, and the

.: in the shape of increase of garri- method which she adopts is to urge on :1Its1. r1. A.. :;\IJDDAUC: Rosin Tallow, Wax, Skins, Furs,

sons by troops sent from England, in that reforms in Asia Minor. Has constantly on han a fine selection'
:. as Greeley and,Wilson and Butler, who government and Oranges,
the arrest of Irish leaders, and, what is newest t stiles in IJKE-S AND !SHADE( Sugar, Syrup
i I n ;: denounced secession and She has presentedher ultimatum, de- ,
: everywhere
\ more agreeable feature in the changeof for Ladies, Misses and Children; RIBIl For nice Ll,t, etc., addrul
t ; did not spare the inhabitants of these manding such "changes as arc equivalent LACKS AND FLOWERS; also, Cent Taken la exchange.
f policy, in the shipments of food and (Boy Hats ol first Call aid SOAP FACTORY
: to placing the sovereignty of Turkey quality. exai
States for their want of affection towards -
'I 11ft.:;, : of coal to Ireland by order of the British Mrs. M t, is agent (.>r the Domestic IVrfecj, Jacksonville .
i ...f. .";5..;' ,the Republican party; and yetrya Government, to bo sold to the in the hands of Queen Victoria, ting Fa"hinns. No one shou d 'tail to try U P.O.Box 989. (l3>)
those men, the best hated Republicans people for yielding to such demands is virtual I, ---- ----
< at cost. That itself WILLIAM F. WOOD Jr HOUSE
Turkey can .
MONCRIEF
,i "' of that day, came and went unharmed abdication on the part of the Sultan. .i,
into effect real reforms favorable
l.,,". and untouched, and probably unterri- carry to its Christian any subjects, will be-: He is upheld by Russia, while England Newsdealer, Bookseller, Statioi li(i BY J4B3. BUrPINOTOH,
Aed. And in 1876, when the theft of has France and Austria on her side. r
doubted by those who understand the understand DEALER IN FAXCY ARTICLES 'I\ CORSER OF PINE AND FORSYTII STREETS,
"We do ,
: .', the electoral votes of three States was not says this lead. |
... nature of Dlohaniniedanistn-what-\
'. about to be perpetrated, and :Mr. Sherman ever good examples Great Britain ing Italian paper, "what interests can 312 Centre Street, FERSAXDUA, I 1! JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
zalx with of others classified may induce France to act adversely to Rus >j
a score DAY,
set by reforms in Ireland .or elsewhere. 8"elf P.peri, Picture Mum... Brackets Lam'TERMS $1.50 and $2.00 PER
.i in the phraseology of the time ad "vis sia, in the future perhaps her only ally. Jroq'iet Hcli' Hauil G\\* **', Cotnbu. 8ru"heI Location of Rooms.
German 'Newspaper in.u act'-In the 'prtrrira In great varli ty. a leo, Sewing Mach) According to
ti The struggle is not really between
j ; iting statesmen, undertook, mission one Neetll -.. Oil'. eto. -
'. to',New Orleans,'Columbia and Tallahassee provinces wrested from France by tho England and the Porte>> but between CUPPER" INKSTANDS..75._CeuU.- -- "."' ,rrIII8 located,and \' ISbeenrenovated

1 :' aiding the Republican boards war of 71, and added to Germany, the England on the one side, avowedly sustained G. F. AVERY-throughout will\ be kept IUI a first experience-class hoUHe both,
had
1 process of reconciling the people to by France and Austria and less r The roprietredx having for the comfort -
i in their peculiar work, and protecting I.'North and South,will "pure no laalllJt homelike -
tho sway of their new rulers: goes on openly 1 by Germany and on tho other of her pdlron In making the bollllO 33dIllllu.oved
: them (with the help of Federal troops, I: in the city.
as any
very slowly. A recent visit by tho old side Russia. At present the struggle
j just sufficient in number to serve as a -.. MHbHM KHM ,-'
'it;, \ symbol and pledge ,of the whole mili Emperorvlu> spoke friendly words to is diplomatic simply; )Juter, it will terminate Livery & Boarding Stable, Property for
Hnle.
the received the "
people, was coldly ,
in a war.
of the government), by oflAnd
tary power offers for sale ten acres
.,. their practiced talent and skill in the greater part of the population remaining Turkish Reforms in Asia .11lIor-Ono CARRIAGES and WAGONS f rIlE ALB1uN lIu\lttCribt'r Levy County,Atlantic Fla.,between, Gulf and Ar-
.. within doors and withholding from To and from Steamer and Trainc-i;edondo and Bronson, on the
;' .execution" of ,tho task, of selecting a district of this vast country is: now han: .\'set India Trulllit lC \\lroad. The land t.all well
effort-
11 .. President for: the United States, the the new sovereign every kind of greeting ded over to the control of an Englishman CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC. under boWl(',g MMl There fence are and I 50) pet1Ch haslefnme a treu-tbe

South, it is true, looked on these gen. and every show of courtesy; the I in the Turkish service, Pacha Valentine FOR BALE.: t b'een-to and the and 1I0ne Concord) I'each; 7 ;orange 12i: it1'8pe trees vln 1 to 3or

I' tlemen'as her enemies and as abettors: Governor-General of the province, on Baker, who, agreeably to the HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS, uIpemong age t and a large variety of valuableears

of ft fraud\ but no harm was, done toI' making his rounds, was treated still : request ot the British Ambassador, is: CARTS AND WAGONS. rllluuental Tide prop
>- any of them. Is it not sufficiently plain more roughly, his invitations to state I placed at the head of the police in theprovince U-Tfl Mirror office UCA,*Fernaudma.BURNSIDE Kla.
:\1S
'' dinners being refused by citizens; and OAhi1LR.4 ........ ._ r
that the Kepublican National ,Commit. I of Armenia. This ex-colonel
German establishedin **Office and Stable-First Street, near Broom 7tfs & BUOTHEK,
tee, however largely l compounded of now newspapers : in tho British arniy, whose trial in an I Street }V hart: 49.t :
which n -- +4DINA. FLA.
tho laboring
principal towns, : are rEBN
discretion: their valor may be, must t.is r English court of justice: may be remembered ,
in with the well endowed O. S. UAkeS- Cook and Parlor
concert and Uealtt.In
i reri
consider it perfectly safe for their..ora certainly possesses some Minufcc
toys to make the Southern tour? Evidently schools: and universities of the government I ties which might render him 'qUI\Ii-1 Stovel Heaters. Ranges

it.is: with them imply A.question : to,Germanize at least the, rising i j ble to the Turks, although driven from i CONfRACTOR and ,

,,,:!''. ,,of profit and loss: : would theft generation, are meeting, it is said, with II England for conduct toward: a lady BUILDER ,, Tin an Sheet Ire:. Ware Roofingand
but 5udMil-rent in diS-1 I Guttering.
gainor lose,by sending speakers South? success. Perpignan J graceful to an officer and a Manufactures

Is it not more profitable for the party, Southern France, torn from Spain by I lIe was distinguished in military circles MOCLDIXOS. BRACKETS \\VED AKD TCKN. nut Received
Louis' XIV, did not become French in I Ei:: ) Btl.USTCK'i.' NE> '.LS, 8TI
and rule with RAILS
the.committee may be saying to them' may necessary rigor WOOD EIYF8.TKOUUIH SHEATU.ING. a large consignment of siove..
sentiment till hundred had
selves to continue the effort of persuading years I over refractory Asiatics; probably it is WEATHKh&UaoiNQ AND
r passed Germany must wait long if she I "I.ooRixu. : roOK'a JEWEL"
; that THE
the North that Southern, Democrats not'expected Pacha Baker, as he Makes

are "bulldozers and ehot-gun would make loyal subjects out of the'I is now styled, will act the part of a I WTAIIl AND C1IVKCI1: WORK t.appropriately e 1-U U a Jewel W. WILL

politicians and enemies of the Unipn," men of Alsace who now only hate herpower moral reformer. I A bPECIiiTY.DOOB3 I *aOT be under cold, Corner 2d aDd ASHE'..ta,
while submit force. 1.17 ,., ... -- --- -"
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they __ __ AND WINDOW "- --r.-- : nDr. -
solid
And thP" create and secure a ( AbrtA n FBAMEa OF ALL SIZES. C. FOnD

ifpossible, than to attempt making a Denmark Arming.-Denmark is a THE Mobile1 Register printing house fp.t Office! Bos 1T', Fernandlna.Fla. AUTIUJR
small kingdom and the hand has issued Father Poems in Jan iGO I
few converts South in a presidential grasping Ryan's a j DENTIST

; ? of Prussia made it less a few years ago. }handsome volume, which will be sold TO CROWE'S, opposite the Florida Centr<
eldction
Street between
I louse.3d St..if'o\!want a firm claaa fit., Fourth ,
Mr. Sherman does not say plainly The Danes bravely resisted that invasion I }by subscription. Address! John L. tine Boot or Shoe at the very lowest living\ pncea. purl Alaehua Street,
of their territorial and & Co. Mobile Ala K>|Muru>tf done lower than at any other pIm L
.. whether be U afraid to'venture again rights, only Rapier *"""'. u am f'EB."A.'lDDiA,FLA.


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LOOAL REFLECTIONS. Dorsey, the Gardener. OUILifE11CIAL.r5R5AltD1 ATLANTIC GULF & ,WEST INDIA
The Mobile Kegistcr has a private dispatch : ,
What about the Gardener? '
--',-- --. Dorsey, via Hong Kong and San Francisco : lA RftJl:1'-'ORRItCTED) WF.KKI.Y, TRANSIT RAILROAD.TIJftllQ ,
Well About two he RY WM. LA\tTKY.:
this
Correspondent*, : years ago
And to the effect Unit Postmaster- Spirits Turtwntine.......................... 112 :X* O VltU 1III
prisons having businewrlth this paper<< will\ came to Fcrnnndina the employ of a is issue Rosin common strained....... (1 23 @> II :J) ISO. .

please direct to l'I.ORID.hRROR, Fcrimiulnm.SunscRimoN white The whateverit General Key about to an order Tnr..............................................none In market, effect June lath 1870.OOlitO .
__'_' I man speculation, prohibiting the placing of stamps Crude Turl{>elltlll ...................._.uonc In ninrkel. ,
: $2.00 a $1.00 for was, proved a failure, and Dorsey upside Cotton-So* Inland in the treed...,.., 4FEnSANDlSAJU ;((. .
year .
down on letters. Several postmasters HOCTtt. '
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six months.A found himself in ft strange land with have recently been seriouslyinjured TAtL MAIlKKT. Lean Ferntmlin, ........ ,...10 SO am" .:t,: 1;?,.1'.' 1 j i ii.
nothing but his hands and his wits for Correeled l tJ). ;\1,.... Clarke, dealer in Fruits, Arilve dart's Itoadu.n11.1, 18 a tn _'!' $ I
STRONG northeastern in while trying to stand on their Vejcetalilea n ud Garden Sends.YF Arrlvet'.ialsan11..e..11..12!,: .. Him :.{ ;;,' ,1. ,
pale set capital Being: n proud man-for a OI.TA.LM.Potatoea Arrive l>utt..n.............. .... ,11 fiti pm r.,. ."...,"" 1\\
,. Saturday night, and continued two heads to cancel stamps placed in this per bushel.......".............fl 40 colored man ho i is very proud-he did wrrll.o"'tOl'I. i per huehel..nn........ 0 00 (<* 0 73Cnubnirr : Arrhe Utulwlu.., ,........, ... 125 pm'
,! days! not relish the idea of returning to manner. per hundred...10 UII (ttt. 20 ll X() Lease liildwin.......... ...... t 43: pat e
-------- -- -- -- -- Onions, |K>r gtutrI..n..n... .. 10 (id (HI Arrive M.r1111e.u..U w) P IIIi

Arrived. Charleston poorer than when he left 5 JOHN F. DUNN has sold the crop ol 'ow 1'eun, |x'r bushel..... 1 7.1: 1 > 3 UTonmtoes ) Artl\e lwty.. ......... .. ... .. 2 4S p m i.I';
The per eriUe. 0(no W 000 i Arrive TrDII'It l ..,11..... 11... :3 II P b1 :
British steamship K'aieteur,1,254 he accordingly rented about four acres oranges, at his Orange Lake Grove, on rat ITS.' Arrive Stai ke........., ...,... ,.8 17 pro i .1

tons, Capt. lowland Jones, arrived yesterday of land in the city and went to work- the tree to Mr. E. Bean, of San Mateo. ,AipleM| ....,.. :2 1 e) (.* :lilt ArrUe Ihuri-tou... ......... J 34' pan 'i l'
t/vinnn,per hundred t.. 8(1 N) (A 4 (1 NI Anl\o weld0.uu.u ..n. 3 8 p m
from Middlesboro, England, via his team was himself his tools a plantation ricei cents! Iliumim, per hundred. :2UOn.) 800 >!&ru\e ualu".Ule... ..uu.u.4 84 p in :U
Coco"nlllch................ 0 10 6* 013 > .Ar'lveArrt.douoio............t.. 4 V4 p m < ..
Philadelphia, consigned to Wm. Lawley. : hoe-and\ now, after about eighteen POU.1KY. Atllve Uptu }
She will take Teacher's Institute. Turke'IIt'l\ch.............?.. 1 23 <<0 1 lit} Arrive Archer.................... 11611 pill. t
out a cargo of months' hard work ho begins to ()eei,"e, 73: (>* Ill() "trl.eDI'\," un....,. ... .... ..040pm aa}:, f
cotton and cotton seed. Through the kindness of Capt. I). E. Cliicki-itu grow n...... ;33: W 40 Arrive Otter Ore.k....... ......,. 7 4u p m : .
show to the world what virtue there is Maxwell I have obtained free on do ImlC-Krown....,....,............. 20.4( 33 Arrive HontwuoJ.... ....... 8 33 p m ...'
-- --- -- in work industriously and intelligently passes Ducks, grown {per inilr.. 1000* 12.\ Arrive LetUr Key ... .. .. ...... I 9>> 3D p m 1
si New lloitte. railroad to and from Fernandinafor all Eggs,1er.loreit. 33 (t :30 OOIHO HOMTR.Lctve t I

employed. From the beginning} he has Bt-wnru' MI-.ATS. CeJtr Kvj.................. 4 30 k m .
Capt. McKay will hereafter run the public school teachers who will attend B.t'f-.t'Rks". .................................. steamer Ellen Knight to Mobile thus kept a continuous succession of cropson Teacher's Institute next. Pork,....................?.w 8 IIi 10 Arrive eater Creek ............... 05 a m.;1' I I
our on Friday .Mutton .... 81a< lo ... '
the ground throught thc entire ? Arriv.Il'oll..u.. ... .....,7uA ui
forming connection from Cedar Key In order to be therein time all who goby 111I""lCe......... 13 Arrive Arol) er.u. ..n.....Tfioam! :,
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with the North year-leaving no time for the grass to "'.tll'Il. K..k!>, AC, Arrive ItatUm................. .. 8 IT a m
West. Through passages rail will have to' take the train unThursdl3' lIa)., per hundred iHunds.n........... 73: ((i ft 00 Arrive Arredundo.........., .. 11112 tu :!r
and freights from the North West usurp the place of vegetables. All is be that ('orl.la'rbUrlll'I.n...._................... 0 W)({4 0 00 Arrive O.ine vlile.......... .. .. 8M a mS i
It $
refuse has been to hoped none Outs, |x>r huftlicl..,...,...... H3 <<4 00Hrnn AnlveMJo ... ....n.u.u .0 BS am '
via the Mobile and Cedar'' Key route matter carefully deposited will remain at home who can possibly and middling, l]x>und, 1 30 (id 140 Arrive Ihurston.. ".. .. .. ......1028amArrive I
on the compost }heap, a little "Flour per<< !. 8 So r wv I 9>>go M.rke.......... ..........1040 ta >
are now in order. attend. W. A. MAHONEY, 1I00\\hlllt'r barrel.............nnnn.... 473: (ill 000 Arrive Timpie ............. ,....,li)4i mAinveLiwter i t I
manure gathered here and there a little lee, per ton, $10. Retail;3<1. per' too; per lb. 21.'. ..,11.... S.......llOOaui

The Selfish Itltcy. Supt. of Schools. .. .. Arrive AUivilla ........ .1.....1163 a m .
phosphate! or bone meal-and but little --
-_ --- -- Airive UalaHtu.MM........... ....l2lpn: > ,
For month past.an insane man hns -were bought and put where they The Singer:Sewing Machine. MALLORY'S Le*'elUldwlu ..... .............1142: p m \1 I
Arrive llreiidy Draiuh........ ,. Ilia p m .1
been rambling about the city, whpse would do the most good ; all carefully Mr. John Mackenzie has taken the Arrive Button.............. .... 1:1.1.: niAirive '
Onlmlian... ............, \SAJpniArrive .
'abherration is ft.
so methodical as to.. saved, and wisely used. The result is agency of this excellent sewing machine hart 11101\(1........ ,. ..... :3 I RJ p u> f

sometimes bo overlooked by n casual that the little four-aero farm looks as and is now prepared to furnishall flORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE Arrive I crn.uJln.................,.. a... p u !'
I 1) K. MAXWELL[
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observer! ; yet this individual i is irresponsible : large as any forty-acre lot in Nassau supplies and repairs necessary for .. BuperlDi. ndont., :',/

and\ in need of the law's protec County He now has sixteen thousand it. Ho sells the needles at 25 cents a -

:: lion lie )hits annoyed some, and strawberry plants l making ready their dozen, and all other articles at the ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK Fr.oJtlu.CEN'l'UA I. UAILHOAU.JACKSONVILLE. .' ::1 :

frightened u number of women by his for has established the :. FLA.. ()(.t.1I1", 1878.
crops their coming spring; he prices by manufacturer.Call : OnAuda'ter this uaie, tralua oulhl,\ toad will 1

peculiarities ami Im sudden raids. We two black shouts! in a pen and four pitsof and see the late Improved Singer 4 run II follow '

will not argue the case from the humane vegetables back of the house and- the most complete machine in the T' MAIL AND'EXPRE8S-DAILY. ,
Leave Jaukiioiivllle................S 30( pin '\'
point.of, view-we simply claim well, we don't know how much money world UAeic Lnitve While House... 1.,11.,6 IS p m
7ryvlR,, t ...aQ Leave U.I."I.1 00 iy
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that os a necessary precaution against ho may have in the bank, but will guess Fall and Winter Goods. N' Delve I'urbjvillo. ...... .....,,,..7'J: pm pm ,.. 1._
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possible! contingencies, this man, and it to be more than our colored politicians : Tim FINK: !MTKAMKIIS Leave S.l1d r.u..H 07 p m =.y' f
J. it T. .. ..
Kydd are now receiving eecry LeaveOluetee .11..e. 8 4J p m .
any other person in like condition, can show. A list of tho various I II LiaveMt l..rr".O UJ.. in '
Fall
week of and Winter WESTERN TEXAS '
largo shipments
I. Arrivu Luke Cltl..U, ao p u
I should betaken in charge by the au.I crops he has now in progress and contemplates dress clothing Leave Live oak e..11.2 10 ant I ,
goods dry goods goods
I thorities. It will to be CITY OF AU3TI1T, Arrive at'l ensue....... ....."7 On am ;
t prove cheaperthan growing for the coming season hats and caps, boots and shoes, CITY Arrive .t Alti.i.v.......... .......10 48 a m p t
OF DALLAS.ASTKAMICIIOFTIIIS
to wait for some catastrophe to will half till .\ column, but they Airlat Havaouab....... .. u.9 it) a m ,;.
which they are selling at the lowest Leave eavani at.u;. 4.,1..l 4 30 p luLtave
occur which shall compel attention and may and undoubtedly will, be found qn market UNKulll: lease IVr- Ailutuy) ...,........,........, 10 p in I >.
restraint. prices. for New 'York ; end l lIroin Lou\eTallaha.......... ..... II" pin '.
We understand that tho the stalls at Washington Market, in ._ --- New York,1'ier 20 Jml laver, every Friday Le.vel.IY.O.k ..........,11,.. .2 IS a mLeuve < g.

for Kloridn nt 3 .,............... Do 1
friends of tho man in question have New York. What set to write about Furniture Just llecelved.Messrs. l' m. Lukeclty u a m
us Thin 1.I1If'luvllllt no UHiitlcr to stake l>etweenJutkwiinille Le4'e..It.C.rrle......,.... ..., 4 It) am N
written for him to be returned to his Dur eY'1! doings at this time was a statement :Sanborn fc lloyd, Second unit iN t'w ""rk. ofliT the Lest iiiulchcapeiit Loavo Ohl.'U, a m
home. Irl.lll"lltlrt..Uon| to Florida lii! .|crM Leave ..aud. .reuii............... S :JU. m' i t
he made that from two quarts of street, extend a general imitation to Oranges will ritfive s|>eeiul curt In luvndliiiK. aveDurbyvine.................. AA am 1\

Leave Ita.dwlu....,......,..... fl 40 am ,
The Orange Trade. seed he had just dug: and stored twenty the public to examine their largo and .'.."..t.III.r.r.ollll..datlo.... uroFIU.HTCI.4MN. Leave White nou.e..7 (W am

The shipments of oranges tire each bushels! of fine Nansernond sweet po- complete stock of furniture, which IMP: Arrive M Jacksonville ..... ...... 7 6U a ru

day becoming larger, and every avenueof tatoes. He also has about 1120 bushelsof been added to the present week by The IrnvelliiK jMihllc are offered the ailvnntntrcNof through Ou Mall In and and trout 11>re.Jaikionvllia. Train: Sleeping tu'ea Jd.\'autiab ran t (1 I'

transportation receives its full pro. yams dug and safely! stored-seed shipments from New York, enabling: u HIKM'TLIXE:, WITHOUT ANY fVIAU:.v .1.0.Jackiouvilla Lucas fll"'liug I rare run through- to and from. {
aid 'Ultabms i.KEItNANUlNA .
Coiineutlons made at Jnek* portion of this fragrant fruit. A great cane enough for quite a largo patch, t them to offer) the best variety evei IHJIIU tar nil (KiinU on the HI. Joliu'M, Oi'kluwulm : kXI'tttBS (DULY ) I, V

many producers sell their fruit on the beside 150 stalks saved to eat." seen in this market Cl-tf und FvrimiKlliiii Intliiin Hl\ern lor ,all and ntllruiul with the 'l'r"II"lt In Kttllroiidut Leave J* k.onville.,.....................It (6 a m j.
.. statlotiH 1tlurllla. Arrive luuiwlu......,...................,.12 8i p ui
tree-the price varying from two cents We have mado so many failures in ---- Arrive .eru.lltlIUi&I: 40 p utLuave

New Goods.A Freight and Passenger Rates Lower fi-riian.liua......................M10 :3U a m
each to as high, wo believe, as three our own career, and have so much respect few of nico fall goods just than by Indirect Line Leave lla.dwla.! ............................ 1 vo p m

cents. We believe those who sell at for an industriout successful man, cases Arrive Jacknuuv lie.............._..... J U3: u m .;.
arrived and now opened in the City Tarn'tigers fur Ki ruaniilua aid Uuuar Kty take
4aThroufr.U lUtes mid 11111 of Lading to nil I
the grove are wise, as by so doing all that; we always feel like taking off our Miints. this tutu Nu tralu from llaltlwlo to cedar Key on ,
Mart and will bo sold without reserve t'
risk is avoided and a good income hat time we meet Dorsey tho ** SteBinem of this Uue Mill direct from FOr* tluutI.l.
very every together with balance of goods: now on nitiKtiiin to XAMAV, N. i'., under contract with J'ulauan Palace Sleeping Cars run through lo sad
made certa ::1. In a few days we shall gardener, for lie is a successful man. the Ltuliamas Uovernment. and are tile only leu-- from Jacksonville: slid bav.uu.b; alu, (hrougttslueiin
We shall endeavor to give statistics! of hand, by M. Dowifi ;v. Hun that land at the pier' In NHWUIU. | <( cars betwreu! Jacksonville! and Uoutgoui.ry .
have something to say upon the subject ; -- ---- It. W. HOUTHWH'K, Agent, Ala aOuunvcts
his coming to show the earnings at Jacksnuvlll: with the bt Jnbue
crops Forll"II'II 1111. river
of growing, packing and marketing of of the little farm. Fall and Winter Clothing. C. II. MALUUY & CO., sleau.erai. ; at Uaiuwln with A. U. & W. I. '1'. U. K. I
Pier *) 1'Mnl; lller, New York. U tfNtr. for Cedar Ko), Oaliiustlhe, FemanUlua and lute
oranges. J, & T. Kydd are now receiving their p I
_. ... -- ---
. North sail West; at Lake t liy wlib J. P. 4111.11. 11.
The X O. Picayune. PEUSOXS travelling\ to the interior of fall stock of menV, youths' and (boys' --' -- --- for Tal'ahnMre, Albany havauiob, and points I {

We don't know whether tho New the State either for pleasure or prospecting clothing, which they oiler at very low SI PacKct t4 North'< and We.&. Master.1. ot B. Trausporlatlon.Mc1!:LSOY, +

Mary's.Rivcr W. U. DAV1U8OV,
will find the route via the prices. I
Orleans Picayune has any secret leanings dio
___ ____ .. u. F. end T. A. _. -? J
towards inflation or not ; but the I'euinsularloadand the Steamer Alpha Some More --- +-:--- f.
la. A 1\(. it. n.OrncB '
way it has been spreading itself for the on Orange Lake a very pleasant and Of those nice French Broadcloth and y .. ;

last three months is perfectly refreshing interesting one. Tweed Coats still on hand and will be. or HcrEBir,
hack editor. The improvement II.ocUS On and after. this date ptsaeugtr trains will ran ,
to
a country sold out much below cost, by I ,' .. .
Hos. N. A. HULL ban left for Washington as follows '
in the quality and increased M. DOWNEY.; NiailT MAIL DAILY 'iilllil.
to resume hU congressionalduties. FMMIA, f.
.
LeaverbatUhoochte' r..2 45
of is such pm !
matter given
quantity now : OAPT. JOB HMITII. Loave Qnlnoy._ .J .............4 Oil pin -' y 1.
as to warrant us in classing the Pica --- Boots and Shoes. Arrive.t'IallabiMee.......I..6 80 pmLeaveTallai ,

A 1 which we now proceed to LAST Saturday 350,000( oranges left A new stock just received at J. & T.Kydds' Will leave Fercaudlsa every MONO 'Y and THURSDAY ansett,,.,........,.....tI 48 pm
as te..lJr.n.ull..I'U
,
!yune p m r
at 8. m. from CENlftK!: BThKUt DOCK fur
Jacksonville on one train for the Leave Matlisoii...........,....lu 00 pm
do. The weekly is an excellent paper .- Arrlvqat.. lave Oak,,,.......,.., 13 US am ,
for tho Southern farmer. North "' Tratlern Hill Arrivuat Bvaatath,1111lu IS sin
---- Fine ;Hals. Arrive al Atbany..11..1111..1U IS am
-- THE ball of the Gainesville Guards has J. & T. Kydd have just received a and all Intermediate laudiiiKS on the fit Mary's leave Live O.k.....,..... .......2110 DI '\\1'-
Ko Bonds for Duval. River Leave Lake City...... .........?4 1)0) a m
At the recent election in Duval proved a financial as well as a social new stock of gents' fine hats, latest BIllH of Arrive at Jacksonville........... ; 8 on am. t
Tlirougli l..adhlKFROI Leave Jacksonville... ,.......... 643pmLeave ,
to determine whether the coun- success. That's the way to Cater styles at bottom prices. Lake i tty................,10 66 p tu .
county -- ....- -. .-. NEW YORK by the BnBEnTS LINE of Arrive at Live oak.... ..........\t. IS am
ty debt shall be funded and bonds ij 1'JAH..B.i!: to all point oit the 5'. Mary'a, Leave Alb.uy..4 48 p m ,
THE steamer G. IS. Kehey put in here Nassau Collt'geUeopl'lIc Leave Havanuah. ................ i 48 p in i .
issued to the amount of$50,000 for that Clol4o Connection Leave 1.1".U"II..2 80am '
last Monday, on her way to resume her Lave Madl.ou.n.4 30
purpose and to build a Court House, place for the winter on the St. John's.AT Pupils received at any time and at the wide w" the New York-and'Favannsb Ltaamera lyave Uriitoi .....................8 BO aID amArrriva .- I
the decision is against the bond A Mark all g oUs "Care of stejnivr alsyflower.- at Tallahassee,,....i.,7 no am 4i :
I usual rates. 1.eve .r.II.L..8 80 am .. ., .. ,
tax will have to be levied to pay the a prize drill of the Gainesville To the citizens of Florida this institution Laujlua. | Leave Qoluty., .... ........,....lo IS am ,, 'i

debt. In this connection we give the Guards the other day) the blue plume GOOD :c'CmOWDTlON" fur PssKCDgers. EirurilonUta Arrive at C..aluhoochM..l1 48 a m .' r
afrdsevery facility near home and Tourists will Dnd tits a v"ry attractive > DAY .:aundayeikcepied. .
following from the Breeze: was awarded to Mr J. S. Twomey as for the thorough education of their trip, aa 'b.D"'J la grind and alligators Leave Tallahassee................ 9 w amLtave n j
and otbrr game are ibuudant. Uo)d...... .........;......10 80 aID ,
We met an old colored friend at the the best drilled soldier in the company. daughters. _____ __ For further inlormatlou apply toT Leave Urinon....................II W am.. .. lt"', of.. I
polls to-day and asked him, "Well -- U.: t. BILLINGS, Leave Aucllla....................11 US amI .
do ? JUDGE WOODS i is holding an adjournedterm Meeting of Stockholders.The F. .ndlna, FIa.X .>vs O'reuvlUe...,............,11 4S a mLesveMadison. ; J
old friend how vote to-day asIfer ru I t
you _. : ..................13 8u p m er_ r ,.4
"I votes agin the bonds, I does," was of the United States: Court at Jacksonville third annual stockholders' meeting I !.M,.. JtIh.U..2. 10 p ID "" :,

the how is that ? we asked For.Good Cuitom-inade !.ea'.LI..U.II. ... ................4116 p m .'
rer.lv. this week. Most' of our attorneys for the election of officers of the AriUe at Lake City.;........... 8 00 p m '

:l W tell you, this is a Democrat are in attendance. Santa Fe Canal Company will be held BOOTS AND SHOES Arrive at Jscksaivlh..r.8 IS pm.
doneplayed
thing, it is, and these Democrats Leav.Jacll.ou.W..810 am,
f how has -- at the company's office in Waldo on Leave lake Uty................13 06 p m
the devil any ; dey THE Milwaukee Evening Wucontin Lora Live ...11...................I 80 pm
* stopped all de stealingdo courts don'tEay Monday, the 8th day of December next. JAa'.U.'IIIe..2 10 pm 1
?. anything add now I hear dey have says plans are being prepared for a Leave MadW'D..8 20 p m j,
All interested are invited to attend. Leave Oreenviile................. i 10 p m
t up all fat dat used to be around $10,000 winter residence for Judge A. Dy order of D. S. PLACE Leave Ancttis................... 4 sap m''' <*

the United States Court too. lee done C. May of,that city, to ta erected at Leave Urtnon .....,..............( OS pm ,'. fii, '
't wid de Democrats." 2 td 'Secretary. Leave Llurde..11............,.... 80 pin i ;;. .
Orange Park, orf the St. John's.S : Arilve at Tallah.......'...., .......448pmMONTlCEtLO (t. .
s.
? __ '. MAIl1YIPoar : Bit AN CU.-
Tire.1'irginiapapers arenakitigcon. Leave MontloelJo 8u and 10 40a m, t 4S- and 10 I. iII
A SUFFERER can never ice the pointof
t 10. tat ,
siderable ado over a gentleman who a practical joke with a bent pin.Picayune. .- ALMAITAC' -WEEK. KXDIXO DECKMBKB e. Arrive Drttoa-0 <0sn411 00 a m."I 08 and 8 K) .
tit'
refused to claim a seat in the State : tutu': (,* srrs. H IQ H vr ATEK.r.M. pm.
Leave Urlfton< 00
and U 1J
a m, 8 21'and 8 M
a
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believed the Sunday Nov.30 &:t4 SUU $." 4. M. ".01Monday. "
Senate because he opposing Nevertheless it is a penetrating joke, Ltec. 1. 6.M 5.'U9 V 33 V.13TuewUr. pm.Arrive ,1 f .' !
t at M.rotiaho-010: : aid 11 IS f 48 ao4
pm.
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elected. As 2. 6.39.U) 10.04 10,28W'INI'Mdy .
candidate was honestly one else plainly see. 00 m.
as p
may
any M 3. ..*) 300 10.'" 11.00 ;
' Mark_ Twaiu says, the man is in a -'-- -- -- Thurs'y, 4. '.41 b.lJJ. U.J' U. 7 do to 8T. MAnU BBANCJI.Tueadars. .
.Thursdays and Batnrdtva..
Friday 6. .U SOI 0.1&
, tremendous minority/so ali heard WE intend to make the Herald the lW'IL&1'. a. til 5.01 0.4* 1.10 John SlaoKenzie's Leave TaJlta...e..t OU a m I t
claim I best local in Florida during next Arrive at .." Marks....,,...,..;.lo 110 am ?
from ; but Florida can priority, paper Leave Ht. Marks............... .ll seam
in that line; we heard it stated that year. Volume will begin January 1st, Irl of Fernandlna. Sign of tbe OOLDEJf 8IIOE Arrlv.atTs'I.beswst,1. oo m
1880.-Quincy Herald. ARHIVEO. Wondrnff Luca sleepers between: Ta'Uliaaaef'
B. Canova guiltyof a similar Pint Siore o.. Centre Street nt&rZUU- and jAckaonvtUa <>o all ulbl trains.
Paul was Nor. :r>-MUaID r t+t. Jub.... Vbgel. Ch rlaton. ,
Stick to that neighbor. Give your Coeierdaw able ai Cbaiiai>. with People
weakness about two years ago, out in neighborhood the benefit of a thorough hla, 'f, &d Depot,' Lies hosts for tuf.la. Monda>a. Wf'doeart.U.a4'
i>atnrdajisi t"r
c'olumbtl.We4add.l' and PJatur.>
F- Baker County shaking It will do 'em all good CLEUam. FERNANDINA FU. days; tit Apalacluoola.Tlllthd.,.
up. Nor, 2'-HctMJOMr feiUa C. Evan*. Befell. N. Y. 37-t/ Jrlu. t, LaJBD. '
# TAMPA shipped 14,641 oranges Jut and may result in consequential benefits tichouter Merrill. C.hart Brown Perth _-_'._-- rl'IsINTjNtIh r Bupcdateadent. -....i...
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'\. A-mboy. .
T/ .verystyle. and EDG4R UPT.Ovo _
week.. That.. is. the. *boom "for Florida to yourself. ttchooacr EtU K. lUrter, Barter, Bulb,. V VJIU/ 'ow,,al .att ,M tb. MlkUO .i Frelgbl u4 Tn a. AL '' deg T '- tx.

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'THE,, 'FLORIDA, MIRROR'::: VEKNANDItfft.! ;.ELA.AGR1CULTUHAL. .

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LATr :t. HUJA n
MAKINGS-It ha-i ,,l'el1lt LAND
Ajconiparativcly AND IMMIGRATION
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sldrttitiili) l tfitice thehiel"root ill. I .FALL and WINTER GOODS

'i dnstry' 'assumed large proportions iuKurope. ,
} From n ennui) beginning, by '" Compnny
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the aid of government protection and 1 '' > ,,, >to' -- AT THE 1'Ol'ULAR DRY GOODS EMI'ORIUM OF
t. through(' tll'rfli'lcnt: labrir of ucientifie ""___'_h-: ,, OFFEnS6OOOOO

'111\11 40 percent, tho ftioduction, of the world's has c lljltj.t'dIntiJ supply' County Undertaker J.' dt; T. DD. 1a ('-JES

is obtained from that source In ,
( now ; of the
most ACCESSIBLE and "
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.
1368.9 Europe furnished 658U24, tOIl-
of'beet root sugar, while nn averagecrop :FEIUTA1T2I1TA: FLA.Cotiatautl : DESIRABLE: lauds in the

is: 'now'oVcr ,double that quantity ; on bindMETALLIC
STATE OF
5 5 5 5 The cd'orta which have/ ,been made Dry Goods, .Clothing, Boots Shoes FLORIDA,

to ,ntroduc'o the cultivation of the BURIAL CASES, at only $1.23 per acre to new set-

,, sugar beet in ,the United Stales jtf'nve) IVOTIOXN AXI> II''ANCI'AT OOODS tlers, with the privilege of selec-
,,'ood t'ofllllH, ,
not thus fur proven sneeeesfultx"'Onthe '\ tion in parcels; of 40 acres or more.
Pacific Coast it vas a1 9ignh''fail-
In Roicwuod, Walnut and other woods These )lands. urn located on andndjlU'ertt
.." tlI'C owin to the) existence of alkali ini NEW: '
the soil. In the Western States then t.NJI:UT.\I'I n" GOODS, -. YORK PRICES.THE to tie, limo of the Atlantic -

oxperiinents were. not sufficiently'!- Gull'aud \\Vjst India Transit
''!,=Z l'uurltgill to warrant further expenditure MASONIC( : AND OTHER JMULEMH. SHROUDS I Co.'s R. 11.,, extending' from Fer-

n nhd nt present' the industry is AND ROBES.Embalming LAIiGEST AND BEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AT naudiuii, on the Atlantic to Cedar
( coniincd' to a single l factory in Ciilifor- ,P1UUES WHICH CANNOT (
Tone.lio'lleK BE UNDERSOLD. the ,
Key, ( Gulf
1 ? sin and on 'COllst., thus af
one recently 8tnrtcdin, :Maine. .. .
S While L'ouisinnn.! sugar growers have exhumed: for removal safety guaranteed.fUXKIttLH NEW'OOOll.S- reo-tvpd every week"I, so that: our Stock la always Fresh and Desirable. A large fording( to the producer cheap,

little to fC'IIifrcHII the beet root as 1 att'-f.ile I to. stock of IMtlXTM,. PEItt'Al.r.N CAMItKICN, trove 5 Clll a yard aud upwarUi.Mt constant rapid transportationto
'yet: anew nnd apparently more' formidable orders.by mall or telegraph will receive prompt tho best markets.
competitor has entered the field. stteuuon.Itemembet mows, Goow.-f.
that't am opposed to,high prices. The belt of country traversed
Certain varieties of the
sorghum cane A fall stock of Latest 9lj1c at Btt"'Ta I'rlc-e ,large ortniciit of ITO8IEKY and GLOVES' Flannel by the Transit R. It
are found to be rich in saccharine OFFICE. 1 IN SAND MIX, HOST'S OLD !STOKE *. ToweH! and Linen DainaakM Undcrhlrt4 and Drawer at great bargains;,Cloths, Caayimcrps and embraces
matter The syrup obtained from this Un: t SiXOND STItEET.J.ICKStiil'l'l Kentucky Jeaua, *fUlliock. l'1>eclaJ bargain iu I:NO.PT7aSTI3HIlTa .
cane has been hitherto regarded: as EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL
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practical\ non-Orystallizable' ; ,but recent ( Li.E r-uGENT3'C GOODS A SPECIAL'Y. to be found in the State, a large
f investigation has resulted in the A full line.of Latest !Styles ,Our Dollar Shirt the beat In market. Call and examine our stock
'. of and and Prlcti bef>re i urchsinx tl.l'wl..r">. Or<1",111'1! lUaU promt,tiy .llfmlrd to. proportion being peculiarly adapt(
discovery n cheap eihiplu'procestf I Iron: and Brass *Having* ri idrutbu\er lit tit w Ymk lip rial orders.i'D always I I.e filled at New Turk price ed to toe culture of EMI-TnoPI-
for converting the juice into granulated Foundry ff Unvlng ii.trodiicvil the n Cent Counter which has proven Bopo|>u.ar, we show a large vnrl
t? -i 8uj.tllr"llml from trilling experiments .1/ . qty of articles which bav been sold for more tliau doublu the jirict1.' Call nod tee the bargains CS\L FRUITS and Early Vegetables,

the umnufacture of sugar from AND 5- 5 J. & T. KYDD, and The Large, Compact Bodies tf
1 'sorghum promise's" to become a )profitable Sh Wulknr. St., New York. I} North East cor. Ceutre and Third rata.. Feruaudlua Fla, Timber make these lands worthyof

\ iridustry. An'enterprising 'tirjn ,::11 "1 AC1IJNE. oP. j MJ; CAREFUL EXAMINATION by
in Northern Illinois are said to have manu IJ
.
'40,000 pounds of refined sugar for ship. :. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR facturers of LUMBER AND NAVAL'

IS. ment to the.Chicago tmnrkct,, this fall I, T. J MURPHY STOKES.

and'been n' largo erected centrifugal in apparatushas O .A. I_. XT :I: 3XT OJ9L NEW SETTLERS purchasing
Minnesota.This ? Proprietor.
laud from this
furnished
are
-
cane i grows to perfection' throughuut Jacksonville Fla. company

., (1 the'West, and as.its cultivation promises -: ..:. 1 :. cL '. y with entire free passage on
: to pay better than cereals, it will ." ItIi\.ltl I"E 1VO UK M. the Transit R. R. for family and
Steam Mills and all
Engines Sugar.
.f not be long before tho'euterprising' .. ,' personal effects to the station nearest -
1 fnrilll'1't'of: that section ''will ,make vigorous I the laud
strides! in supplying their own kinds of'Mill Machinery buiit E. D. ROCKWELL, AGENT FOR FERNANDINA. purchased.TITLE .

: wants in .the.line..of sweets.: : II,i J ... "or COMPLETE, being derived -
'
A still more recent discovery opens repaired by grant from the United

"J up,even'n broader field\ of operations J ." States and purchase from the
in ''811 r.mnking.til11} anything",heretofore .ni6T.'L/\H" .! '. 'Vold" {11A, NSIIII' um. mm it'uirs Sate of Florida. ". ,

thought of. From a series of ,.,
; experiments conducted under' ;the AND SrmOl' PUNCTUALITY 18 THE HULK. CORRESPONDENCE::! SOLICITED.

auspices of the Agricultural Bureau LIVER AND
"I orders from a distance l will receive careful and KIDNEY PADCURES Desciiptivo i MAPS\ and CIRCULARS
,
it
nt Washington, has been found that prompt attention. '
mailed
11 l'ommin'fichl on application.
< cornstalks arcsuf'hie11t-
t I ly rich in saccharine matter to warrant 'SHOP-BAT i i i'ST.- *? S&AU; > THE!t iiiYAIW' : SAMUEL A. SWANN,

.f' their cultivation' for grinding.'We' den '"" Jnekxmvtllo... ..., Fla.MACHJNjMAORKS. Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Fever and Ague Catarrh, Land 'Commissioner.
do not refer, of course, to the --ro- II' ------ i-tr '
t Female Weakness, Neuralgia Rheumatism Dyspepsia Side- __ _
'.1 i glucose'! ''grapo. sugar manufacturedIrom .INDUS"'ltI.'L _! ----- -- -- -u-- ---

k t tho mature i grain, but a crystallized Ache, JLJilious Complaints, and any; Disease; arising 'I'III l+1i'1401C.ID

,T sugar made from the juice expressed from Disorder of the Stomach or Blood.
l from the green stalks by / 't '
means'of'tul ordinary sugar mill. It is Price Olio, ollar. Sent by mail on receipt of price. T TOWN IMPROVEMENT MrANY.

claimed that the juice from these cornstalks Liberal discount, to Dealers ,
''cut when the 'car is "in the .
ii:0. IIUGIIKS & II
'milk) ," is; 87J& ,part8"ofthe'whole .ma F. R. POND, Proprietor. HO. Agents, \
terial used, and 12'' to 15 per cent of No. 1 West Bay St.,cor. Ocean, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Millinery 1'ERNANnrN.e, a

this juice is cryatulliznblo cane'sugar FrOWNS ON It.Il. I.INE, I

1 "nearly ,:all'.of which can'' bo extracteJat Shop situated c 3 minutes I walk.. west of Depot, I AND (::EJ\n KEYS
less than one-half the of the
cost 0. L. KEENE .
beet'sugar manufacture in Europe. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

tIt\ is claimed furthermore thai ,corn Oflfera to Lessees and Purchasersa
mon field corn sown' in drills so that and Dress Goods number
,
'tho''lltems'' stands four to'six' inches :M ANUFACTUUEB OF Fancy large of the most eligible -

apart, the'rows three and a half feet ,' x :,..&ox AND IIKANM CANTINUM, nUll desirable Lots, suitable

apart, yield at the rate,of a ton:ofsugar Lll'; 'I 1 "I tt4*'l No 67 W. Bay St., cor. Laura, Jacksonville, Fla., for Business Purposes, or for City
to the acre of( ground, of a litchi EItl) iN''AVIll'E CES Suburban: Residences, UPON

quality which may :be inferred from For Dwelling and I Cemeteries of latent de t i EASY TERMS.
lgnl. .
ll coutUotly Iu stock a full line 0(000.11 embracing the ab\'ll heading, including( a floe sue of ,
y the fact that it polarizes" at, ninety de1 Liberal Discounts Values allowed
hive on
grees. I also the lament iMOrtmeatnfMICHlVKRYPAT
utttWhile we are not ready to ,endorse I EUN8: iu the HUtand cau All mart any or. WOKKTKD, PATTERNS. and IJiiKJ; IAZICPIIYKS, to parties engaged i in Da-nu-
itrr without parlies paylug for the extra expense(lrpattern.
4t all that has l>c l1d/ t\id. x ''l tive'to' this .. facturing or industrial enterprises,
14 new, source of 'tlugur supply, and do My Marl>lDiHHti Improved toAl", which euabita my v orkml'u0 Zephyr Torstois solllngr at 12 eta per oz., property purchased
not think that .Commissioner.
LeUuc'sprophecy turn out work with the grcateat iliai>aicli, and at substantial improvements
that the United .(States: will tile lowest cub pr.ce. f f' j n'
make all the eh@; consumes inside Ageut fir tae WATEUTOWX STKAVT FNOINECO. dec 7-tf t : Ani all\ other good at correipoiullnif pricra. Order promptly attended to. for renideuce, or in 'which to con-
sugar .,,III can turuiab, tbSlr1; (US ttt", BQILEUn duct their business.INDUCEMENTS
: of six years, it .would be well for aud !''I.\"'-MII.I 8 .t .U rt nottcc. : .
our sugar planters t to attend, unr full)' Also JUO"Ov'NUYLtaia) ; : TEr,6TEA\I OOV.ERNORS TO MANU
to the advances made from time to sad KNOWMiV I STEiA'PUtIP5: teat; &11iii5Th wsI! FACTURERS
constantly 'n i time and conduct I I' tI
even experiments priori freight ad on '''their'own account! As the For further luturmatfou, Price lists. ('al.I"w"u, years of-
corn .
eio..aAlrca- > KVU. I'OXD.L fered by the several cities
t and
would mature. midsummer '' 4I*
sufficiently by .
P OvBot308 JackMivtlle.'ria.Garreit
Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Tree, Hoses, Deciduous and Evergreen towns. Apply
'scale to
experiment on a, large -
could be made without interfering with Shrubs and :Flowering Plants. GEO. D. GILCHRIST Ii
& Barnes _
the usual work i rt
on our sugar. plantations Agent.e'5 .
'I* tiil>W '<*, *
'
NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE
If it call, be, made successful in the UO. \". Uuy St.,. Office Railroad Building,
West, it can be made still more successful TREES MADE A SPECIALTY. Fernandinu. 16tfJackHonvllIe
--
hero where two crops of,, green -- --- -

corn can be,'produced in a> season, or Jacksonville, .Florida, S. RITZEWOllER

where a ,supply of sugar bearing material g@*Send'for Descriptive. Catalogue. ,
can bo furnished the mills 'durattWe Situ of'the" Gotten Stovt.HAED'WARiS., .
list ,when they are idle-say ALBERT I. RIDWELI. Fla

Augtlatand; September I i-if .. Black Silk 90 '
c. warranted all
'" Jacksonville Fla. ,
.:--A, business house in
"
8m 'rancs'o: has have II 1 silk. ;
,or pretends to '
The best $1.00 silk in the U.,
received Jurgft ,Assignment 'of a new S.
variety of corn from Peru,South-Amer ,DPaints. SASH., BLINDS', EDW. W. STETSON Summer:) silks at 50c., 60o.; best

ica.' It U a valuable addition to our 70 cts.Matting.
list'''of-cereals,. 'i'U: is .a monstrous: Lubricating Oils. at 14o.
at 25c.
; fancy ,
The San Francisco
humbug. Merchantdespribes'
it as follows: "The Cuzco & .-fEED Wiolesalcale.aDiI Retail Dealer itURNIrrtTR 500 bue: Flannel Suits $6 to $12.

corn is as' large'as a butter bean, has a 0 SAFETY: :: OIL A SPECIALTY.HPBCUL 4. Money; refunded if not satisfac-

thin white skin, and i is all flour or meal.It '. .t tory. 21.tf
_ is' as wonderful) in'quality as i it i is in 1'0.' I I I I I l .
:
AOK M Jt
:
? J
size, resembling a,well-baked cracker, MABVIN'H HAKK4, f't '> ; j COHEN
pud being two( or three times larger MAUVlN'a AI\RM MONEY. DRAWER.\ BROTHERS
(HrtooflM) "- -
than our 'large yellow variety. When' WOODEN JACKET. : SULPPISQ CAN
simply boiled the grain breaks into the ft' Mattings! Mattresses Feathers
finest, largest and whitest bomb)' ever Htoyen: :'Tlu.V ro. 1'OPULaR'r''
and this without grinding crush ., ,*- Sfc
seen,* or a..Tlu Boob and< QatUrluK ty killed work
ing. It 'is' said by corn experts to be meu. at low rat**... tt-tt Door Mats
Comfortables Children's
Carriages
admirably adapted for manufacture '" ,,10 f -

of whisky and also for starch, and very ccSTATE" AND "I1TE1tNAI. IM. Moldings DRY GOODS STORE
valuable in its green)state$ for fodder.It < Picture JFi'ames,

will also form, as green" corn, a new provement"'Lands; secur. 'rin"any h. .... ,,+,.
1 Nets
vegetable the table. The weight of partFlorida, at 20 cent, below Mosqniio &c.
is 43 44 to the per : ; ftl'4 43
Cuzco corn to pounds: y t: .... lIaJ' Street,
"
bushel The average of several weigh the pricesestabjisbeil the .
WINDOW SHADES AND SHADE
JOgs was 20 to 27 grains'to'' the ounce; FIXTURES MOSS.

while'a-sample of 'largo" yellow1 base State. Apply! toSAMTi. <. 1 '' *"- t \CIiSO\VILLi:, FLA.

75 grains to'the ounce. A.SWAWN .*'t. .

M : iiist'heJ\.1:: I t O, i. McOonihe's Block, Jacksonville, 'Fla.
J oVEB will intoxicate the l-am FEBNASPWA, rLoRUU < i z-17'' ORDERS PROMPTLY
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