Florida mirror
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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 13, 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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SEMI-WEEKLY. lfERNA.NDINil"'LA. ., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1871)!). VOL. 2. NO. 0. \

: election Boston Tuesday: re- )1).tNuaL: OK NAVIO\TIOS r.vKN:: : ON rm FL.tyXEL AS A MO11AL A(iET.riiiliideli .1 17.S/O.V 01' HEATH.UriidTord I
iii tIle lo-oloction of Mayeu : Hfixov HlVKK.-The large and \\ 1.1I \ >lilti Tlnuvt. I'it. lint
(' (Demeicrat) by a plurality of equipped steamer, Thotnns/ (br?ell, full The cool wave sweeps: down upon u.itnl Men who are accustomed to nitro-
: I ot pa-: *emerand freight, bound I foiRnndout u vyarns us that Indian summer is ulciiino arc supposed) : to have/ none
: ..: inundations, causing) great 100 miles :above New York (h rawing to a close Happy) Indians' of those feelings, and nerve i is a noces-
went a hore in a dense fog :at 7 o'clock who first invented their Nevertheless) the ,
| l : of property, but no loss of i were they owi saiy quisito.) }preseneo -
again reported in Hungary and I Satunlav; evening, on the east side o peculiar style\ of' !summer! Living ii, appalling\ danger sometimesiliistrate
\'n 11 i::1, i the Hudson, four miles north of PoughkecpMe. he IIPl'II11il' and! :strangers: to wlllltH' : the best of them, as! well as
| ) I The bow of the steamer' pone\ 'all modem\ improvements\ they level :seen by the following incident :
.\' wind-storm passed: l over, rIll I'll t the masonry which lines: t tin. :d ill| degree of robust health which, At certain factory not a hundred
countyn.[ ., 1uI1tnlh Hudson' River Railroa'd t trlH'k1111'11: ,H victims or l civilization know nothingibout. miles from Bradford were gathered.:
: !: number of houses, injuring excitement among passengers, but IK Thoio was no luinaco heat, ii. the members' of the firm and senneweirkmon.
people and killing one. one was i injured heir dwelling i *, nor sow' or gas, nor ail The gl'lItll'lHl'l1'W inlonlly -
: have: struck a rirht>i n of Tin: annual repot) t of the Surgooi) i ight sleeping, apartment\ nor \leaky watching the process: of manuictuting -
and) diver at Wind Gap, in the General of the :Maiino Hospital .-civices '- iath-tub, nor lou:-e-joinlod plumboi.voik ': tho oxplodont, when one of
\ Mountains, Northampton county\ made to the t'C'n'tal'of tb nor mouldy eoilai\ ', nor kilcboi ,thom incautiously dioppcd) his cigar
:\ l' numbers of people are flock ,' vvnich oi,: eluded In tub till hour: which cutt'red!
!! Treasury, shows that :Jl,0H'pal5ont.! ()( ) ; ango : tiiiati-ly: i on was\
| ; In the place. have been treated during the )'l'l\rltlnl> It'llTill' squaws) wore not pincheiiy a with limning water healing em thusur-\
I Paris: Tuesday morning! at nine that the! total expenses) have boei tight bootee's' nor sipu'e-xod,( l by eotets ". ,ill'l' small) P'' rticlcs of nill'I--glyctrino.
I the thermometer: (Fahrenheit t ) !:;?::::;,jIIOO, ). First class pavilion: \ haslital'art' : nor weighted with hair. bought itl The latter caught file and burnoel brilliantly .
: five degrees above zero, and recommended to do built at Haiti: dill batbor-sbops.: The pappoo: : were' with a sputtering noifo.' Te say .
of the suburbs!! six degrees t be mule and Now Oilcans, and cottage' roe frein Ito loads: of clumsy:: chithinxvhich } i hat the I'lll'l'tnlol' vvoro alarmed: would 1 I!
Theeineistrozen.::: i hospitals at Norfolk and) Savannah, am: impede! I the progress: of oui I ho, to put it very mildly Thl'Y were
: : Mass.! on Saturday: five other jilaces' aniong.whiih wo tin .voungMors who attempt their 1'irstolloits '41 in miyImaramlyzeiIivithterrorandw'atch'sal : : :
J C.th: "Doctor" K. M. Hlhlwin,1\ not discover till tin: tue of Forn.indina: in t'ia\\ling.. Tho warnors \\ <'1'1' I the spieMidiiig; of the fiery stream I L
: \ lunking,, quack) was convicted on or Cumboilatul Island. nut cumben-d with the habcidahei with the helple'ss fascination with
Nvhich ill1rtl't'tfltllo! to masculine' which victim is said look in the
:; l'lllll'lIllI of criminal malprac Tin: Senate indefinitely: JII18t'tponed we : :
\ ith fatal icMilt.:: the bill: toauthoiiyothoSociftnrv existence The Indian l \ i" : Juniata: Smthul/ reports the dis of the Tioavury to i issue: : $}(IlltlOII\, >,( !(' lotto made his: appe with I a gold-seaded! t'\tll\: high oneiugh to annihilate ,
Richfield in four bondfor the
of a cave near )per cent pavmontof :!
heeled! boots and polished: !silk! hat, an arnlyuol, everyman foil as though i
I county, in which many line arrears:! of 1 pensions.' / Congressman: '
have Pound of Wisconsin hns illtrotlUl'111Ijoillt would! have boon sent with gloat dispatch ho was the victim of hielcems\ nightmare !
'):* (If pettilied vegetable ,
: resolution amendment to the happy: huntint groimeN: which hold! him it( \t'u'l'ss.\
found. The cave is not largo. proposing) an '
: l ; i \ to the Constitution liroviding that An Indian; family with childion, oven I Flight was impossible ; their!limbs: 'rolusoel -
'; : : KUXVIIETH: PKAHOIVY: author of niter :March 4 I 1,15.1, the President and to the numbere! nine little Indian hovs : to perform ,their ollico, aunt anawful
: I works on education, and I the Vice President shall hold their. limn was at lie very !grout oxpon.-o for l'1oil"IIIg I loath M'Oinrd inevitable. Tho
: : promoter of l indergaitt'nschnols for six years, and shall' bo ineligihlt except in the most inclement! seaon .ippaienlly douIIIl'tillll.tll.'Il\\\' little 1 i
; country, has bl',1I'in danger\ for morn than, one term consecutively: ; of the \ear. The Indian mothoi 111\\ko of liiospioad slowly but suie'ly on
ill at her biother's house in Cun- and/ that members' of Congress;: t'ItI1I1I'l'l acts her "O1i) inn as wild! as colts 01 use floor, anal time flames hisse'd as: f
elected for three jears.' oisems. Her }policy was to hnl'dl'tlllll'tll. though in triumph at the certain death I
: Democratic t Senate caucus has At the idea of flannel. ii undoigarment.lie that seemed to await their victims. I i)4)t ,
; l> that there i is no just cause of Gi.orci.hTiu'H: TKUHIIU.I: : CM.A.MIIV.' : would! have1 laughe-d with scorntuse \ > of the speu'tatois will soon forgot I'
against the! olliccrs of the. A carefully prepared report) lion' vvoultl hate considered!! the>" o. tiling ,ibis thrilling episode' in {their lives, amimoney : "
} lor the manner in which they Gloucester, :Ills, summinu; up t thodi,., emblems\ \ of dubilitated t'lloniiniu'v ,'ol1hlllot hire them to repeat
acted with regard to appoint asters: which have occurred to the lisll- she despised and! rejected ovellliiii I } < ho experiment. When tho file had
lug fleet from that port (hi-* year, shows which tended! to make her buys: delicate! ,ilmost reached a can filled! with gl.vculino 1
amendment to the constitution an unprecedented! destruction oLpl'OI') md 1 fragile.! 1 one e>f tlio workmen roused Irons
erty and life1.( In all \' \'sI't'Is-ltll\t'( In like manner many( an Americanmother Isis lolhaigy, and taking oil' his coat
proposed' : by Congressman :
: that boon lust and two bundled and forl.v bus set out to harden\ her ehil I IIn.tI 'pi cad it on th(' lloor\ extinguished!
WI'I' Michigan, providing
: I IIIIIY shall not exist i within the men drowne, leaving) cightyeiglii'vidulvs and! make) them robust.' Taking ,the/ unities; when of coin'so all danger
of the United States, or any place and two hundred I\llIllIilwtl''II Iln model the I Iiulian, or pl'r1I1IJIoIl'\'l'I': le-ascel. One) of {till gl'lItll'IIIl'IIIIt'CtlCllt,
to their juiUdiction." fatherless childiou. Thil'.t'l1't' ('I.. he Spartan of old, shin has l"(gun bvousiing when describing his oxpeiioiico, /said: : jl
went 110Wlllllld one bundled and forty !!' her babies/: in 1'0111UIN ti., "I never knew\ licibre''lmt it Wlto
i Atlanta dispatch" says : To-day throe lives: here lost in February: galas; make\ them hardy and! prevent thom bei sick fiom loam r. When I saw\ thu r
emi rnllt-* liana Meiivvether coun\ nlol1(". So overwhelming a calamilv" arum catching cold. It wascneiugh'! foi internal I'Itllll'1"11'IIin and toll that
!!'(, t through Atlantalor Arkansas ('oultlllot fail. to awaken general.: sympathy ; her to know that tho Indians\ who him every man of us: would !ho blown te> '
where they will,, (buy land. and $JS,000()( dollais\ have ("icon no hot-water pipes in the house, musl I atoms in five scum nds, every muscle of i
I. fever m is rising in''Geor contributed to feed, clothe and. shutter nave immersed their pappe t'lt in runuing my beidy. seemed\ palsied. I gasped for
Very low vales are uflcrl>d. '' families, .of.., lost mariners.\ streams. When cbilelren tre'aloet hioath, my hl'utilSWI\tII, and 1 only (felta

the last Cabinet meeting it was ]HIM.S have boon introduced\ the in this manner lived long enough t ttvear deathly sensation' of nnll"l'litl my
I j I that General Hatch be instruct House t>s follows : :To protect innocent; 1 > such clothes as' childrem ought to stomach. All present tinned an ashy
: : receive the guilty limes upon unI persons from criminal praisecntiunl1prvidcs wear, this: foolish mother, still bent em pal/'ncssoftImu' lace. Then vniulywou I -
I that they hall be'n a for the repeulrof! Section: lO?J, Having her all+prm' hard>', would pui l ilcie'd bother (there would be any pain fj
i trial by a military eommUsion\ \ of (lie Revised Statutes in order to pro"hibit naif enough.; clothing) em them, ants/ in thu eleathstroko. Tho remembrancee :
: the limits Colorado ;uid New time use of 'l'rinlinal'infurmaUons: teach them that it they would bonealthy a nitro-glycorino:\ horror, where the
: ineriiuiiualpralsecuti t l18mildgiveeverycriminal ) they must endure the sudden! still palpitating tears of OIH' \II' its vio-:

II :- ',\ '(' ( report'" the I discovery of the right of trial\] humidor regular changes of summer, the chills ot autumn tints was pic-kl'IIII"I\ ininiito\ alter the (, '
.i'I'm in the Sacramento mining indictment by a duly einpaunoloil and the severities of winter. explosion, come to my mind and I ourmisoel -
) I The mineral, is found in Bo Grand Jury ; to retire natioua) bunk : From this cause many amid many n I I" whether my heart would uneleruej -
\, but never hefoie. in this country iiote-s and substitute Uniteel,1' States' I 'hilllltl\1:! grown up only pattiall lion ::; {thai/ stiangu oxporiene'e after being j jnmy
) : lehcdIuttcring'\ his teeth all through Ireun Thu of
known. The. ore runs sixty treasury note! : tlferefor; to 'aitl theeducatr turn my body thought .o
I as
I Uranium N worth one thou lUll for that piirposo of unpaid rave, and I all for the want of a I tow unuttmlguish, and lean codix-d thown 'Ilit
i I : per bounties and pay of the colored yards of flannel. Instead, of t-njeijlujj ) che-eks. Then several incidents ur t
: have been signed for the soldiers ; for the admission of Peruvian an equalised temperature of' the whole my life, of which I cannot speak with ;I Il1'idc
of the Atchison, Topcka and hark and all preparations thl'l'l'ofIh't' nody, such victims of the hardening \ were vividly pre-hontoel to my \
Fe and the( St.I Louis and San: from duty; r for the appointment of a. process have never known what it wa iiiind's eye and induced! yague relloctions i
: : l'l'o Rail load Cumlaniesanti\ for select committee to investigate, tho to bo really comtoitablu. Dvpriviii) on thu subject (luturepunisll !
!. iUII of a joint line from questions ielating to interstate com the I+kin or'what I was: necessary:! to the ment. SonietimcH i in'my dream mu I havo I
: ) ) \ on the Rio Grande, in merce. .' J successful I operation of each of its .ell myself in the presence frightful
: \ >xiro to the l'. 'ilia coast. .IMBB BHMMi MMHmMMMMMf 1 myriad little peires, they became, as it pet it, such as in tho path of an express}
GEUanAt'tuexi.l'UZZLE.Lltwlil. 1 tanned. The-y were perhaps' hard ( tottering thu brink of
i Ottawa, Out., special, : The A reiiiire were, or on n JI JIlruin
around Fort McLeod says are get.: ( some useful study to mnke"utll erred ; and so is solo leather. Tlu-.v vast abyss, but was utterly incapable '
I desperate and troublesome the following, nniquo) pir/zle. Let us grew to maturity ; and! so did the liarr.'u moving band or foot for nl\' pieservation. !f.. t'\\
very' of their starving condition, sec who of the I boy* and girl will giveus fig trc('. Time skin was us powerlessto So it seemed' in this'('lI*O. I .-tv.
!! : 1 are under arms in an the best solution) : execute all of iu proper) lunclioio. could not lift u finger though (hero
1 1 troops of an attack on the fort. The I was awakened early one morningby without the strength I and! neiurUhmeniivcn was comparative satiety in Might ; parulyzcel -
; I will either have to fight or a Chinese seam-port: and! as the k air ,; by cqualuoel warmth; UK tinetomach with terror ward literally mylondition.
.thU winter. was\ a country'of South America, I would ho if dopiivcd of'reaUII': After wliat seemed eternity
; wrapped. myself in my,cloak', 'made of n able food and drink. U J is recorded ot of wailing: for my inevitablu fate,
i I Ireland a part of the anti-renters part) of the Chinese Kmpire, and lined1 the hardening children('1I! practiced onthojSpartiui my attention was arrested! by a movumenl i
I to le apprehensive) that further with a Cape j in the Southern part of the + that thu result on the part of ono of t the; vveirknion -
(' may lead to revolution, and United States, and busied myself in a wait to kill all hut tho very strong one, who took elf hill coat hurriedly.\
(' ruin ; come tenants that town on the Shuykill: :until an i island ol \%'e'are without accuiatu statistics! ill riion he lent forward, ,and with Ih'u; i
: been holding out a long time for Labrador railed)) me to bn-akfast. A regard: to the family allafia of the reel utmost' deliberation, laid it on' thu pool y:
) reduction in lent, have decided group of i.-laiuls i in the gulf of Mexico( men and their wives, thu red women. of lira, moving, it' ('1I11)' along. and pat- j
I up without further tIdll1t; burned brightly on the hearth, and Hut we may xafcly fssiime that if there l ling it with hit hands until every upark .
this result has been reached on another group, lying west of Africa, were any weak little Indians, tho hard, wan extinguii hod. Thu reaction (rout ,
two very l la it c l'z.llltl't4.I J.rel'tl.tlmc.: with dlt't'fflllllulIg! Soon (rums;; and toughening proccsaiw! to the terrible. ujionsu wa: almost over- : I
I "'!! respect for I bo President is a lake of North America brought inlay which they were subject gave them lowering. anel I 1 full weak 'a* a child, "
his thinking the Great; Father is 1t1'l'akfalthic'h! e-onvi-ted! of anAMatiu rapid) transit >o early graves.! nit on going: out into the open Ilr'my
and liver of Biiti"h There weak children us (tie! time vpiriu I
d bv, and rules over the whole country, a are among canwlack'f'ry rapidly !( .
lie hail nut been undeceived America, well seasoned with a lake in who are worth Having! and who may bo May I never havo another such '
not bo I by Ito commission, a* the western part of Noith America, ,made utrong. Try to toughen them uxpfrience.
) i plain his friendship, for the and a., South America city. To these and they die. Nurture them carefully
:: I i is assumed fur policy and he.. were added group of Ufand* in the md they may be ornament to society. THE: BoMtonian fornalo U net doubt \ 1
I if it were nel''foeMthe armies l'iH'iOl'111I1, a plentiful portion of an rtit-ro wa a miserly old woman who nippy. She hats had an opportunity .
world could be called to crush p1 teal her grate more than half full of to go to hue poll and cast her ballot #
naturally Bricks, wrapped} } her shivering. frame in like a onto A Boston dispatch referring : (
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: in the Pacific, I chatted with a city in a shawl aunt boasted how little money to tho recent city election 'I&'a:
great fair of lhe't:: >lItli Regi i- Ohio, and after had satisfied: my appetite slue> spent for coal. It was (poor econony "'A feature of tho election wan tho J
1y", wait brought to a close, i which was at first a town in southern fur ho chilled: and nhnu'lvel both ircHence of women at (he pot In, where I .
(;tl."auniC, ) a Mate) of beauty I I her and her soul. There )
New Hampshire ate a largegroup: body arc peo-( they wfro courteously treated, andS
; which menu probably of islands I lying. east of India with her.I "tie 1 who think they du a shrewd! thing hero they \'ohIII'CJr members of school
crowd, large receipts and many bathed her head with a city on the III depriving themselves and their fILmI ommittee'H 8, nearly, if not Unite ,up tutheir '
.' .AIJ the net rusult) in dol
to I I
dimiv- ilin the heat which
but of
Rhine, stopped suddenly on necessary come registration, which was nearly
was estimated at $I20II10.: The ering that the North American lake: rum generous provuion of underluttiing. hits In.> Out of deference: to them tho I
I had put their' figures still was a city of China, I assured'! him that "' Better runt the outer wardrobe tolling places wore never o quiet and ...
I that il: 0fCK() ) could bo
thinking ,
ho never would obtain a city in the a little, than impoverish\ the whole orderly u* -el4y."
very: conveniently in finishing Western part of Missouri, unless he system by this poor semblance of .
I )' to their taste. mended hums way although my disposition economy The heathen on distant and Lire ON THE AKcrne SFKAMEK JEAN- I ,3

broke out last, :Saturday night, toward him was a group, of torrid horc* may get along without :-t.TI't-\.lcttt'r. written by one of the i t
I old pavilion! adjoining Bellevue inlands in the Pacific, but should bin niiiaionary contribution yellow and row of tlJ(. Arcfio exploring steamer,
J New York city, that reunite! conduct prove t'atisfa.tur)', he might red flannel trousers, but 'as lor u* and dated August;: :M, report the crew a*: in
death of three children and one II III II. look forward with an African cape to our families, let flannel work out its good; npiriis' and full of confidence( a*
I The pavilion was a long, low I. obtain a town in Kentucky in due time.I mission keeping ua from the frosts to the favorable result of the expolilion. .
h "1," Ihl& tdand contained at then went out and enjoyed myself ina (f autumn and the rigor of cruel wiu- Tho writer, ,says ; "We haveplenty

of the fire sixteenwomen Newfoundland e ipe, after I returned, er. of good things to rat everything r ;
children They were all finding that the children were making -- "-- mauinable, tho" ay of caiininf IItUtJ,
in the hospital and lome were a lake1 in New York, 1 sent them all to LOVE and enmity, aversion and fear, IVelay we had green corn, tomatoes, i
I ill. Three intuit were burned bed, wishing a good ,deal: of Scottish are nouibh wt.cucl'IlIul, qulcken of turkey, pudding. and pickloa ; SOIIIQ,
. cape upon them. he pint of lifo iu all! nnimaU. kind of fruit every day' (;

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-- HOYT ,
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FiOHl}).\ [IHHOH. information obliged to send 2uOUX\ \ armed) men I
olutioii on Monday, requesting and Ship Chandler
her ,
- from the President as t(1 th(" into Eastern Asia to protect
-. -- condition of the negotiations with i against China, \\hrt' certainly : DEALER IX
THE POLICY or 1)A T'iL"X'C1..1NJ China-how far the Murlingame treaty' would not fail to profit by a fo ')\Itt p PROVISIONS LIQUORS ETC.
SIJ"CJ has been l modified/ -in order that Congress opportunity for regaining: pnssrssion: ; .

tjciutlor Gordon, of Georgia, \\liopi! (1 against! Chinese immigration of the t'Ol\l\tn' lying 11\0" the River SHIP CHANDLERS
legislate :
: may : I for B.i'. AVER & CO'S Plows.
JII\trioti5t11 i isl toul enough to confide I into the United :States:; without .\mnur. The China, Kin pi re, rays\ this" 1 LUMHEU AND NAVAL STORES Agent

\ and 'ol1ll'rdl'IIII the whole country 1l disturbing! the friendly relation* writer, !should(' considered as the natural 'j i CKNTKi: : HTKKKT, .J.

and nlib o resources of fervid eloquence(' i. that exist between this t'ollnttI"d' ally of Germany' ; *t thi time, I Provisions 1 Groceries' FKHXANDINA FLA

nre such that no one cnn ininginc hi tho Chinese Empire the re'rjrani ttiin of the Chinese military I M.ir: -, --- -

ndvii-c to l Itl' dictated l lt y fear of any' force can be snc('o..*fnl1y undertaken *.VVT norron IMIK-ES.-**
" of Michigan I'nll:xn.
SENATOR; lUuiwis, appointed -- .tNllj: ,
.; adversary, is credited! with bring th<' by lie Governor to till nut tin, and thus 'be enabled to act onerercetically In Store, *n* trt arrive by S'eimtr ant I Sail;:

I of silence! and reserve on the part 01 nifer. The intervention} of China bj' 1OO.OOO Hard Hrtok;
.\ I Senate, is proposed by the Republican+ 1 O{) f1R..ki"" lime:
willregard II
I Southern members of Congress diverting to the, East a large force of CHOICE GROCERIES,
i caucus to take the place left) vacant 1 b.\ ;Oft 1g+ Nai1.;
to all manner of questions thai C'otnu ilteennd Ruv. 5an, would necessarily be' useful KKI nairelii Kl.n() *I1-' : OIL, Hi/5 fireproof '
:" Chandler on the Commerce + 01GUIS AND ,
strife. lIe CUl1\1\ ('I.'< gallon on txmrd train
engender to Germany.teneral t2 oli. jr<'
;: the Committee i !
I Southern men\ not to am\\er any iiluithatTnay >(' t upon ( 01':1111ho ha!'shown himself A large stork of Orrxxrir. *, PrwUioit, t'rtx'k.. TOYS AND FANCY AHI'llLES.
I Attain Isis place i L to he tilled by St-n.i- 11111'ti"'IIrlnr, Hood"*. Furniture; 1' or ,
he heaped upon them or their a shrewd observer and judge of Eastern 1 pry Ithrtda' Sti"h, Paint Oil and \'an\it\ht1\. --
1 the State.THE >
tor Ferry, from same! ,: r WF DOINGS,
\, respective Mates in debate ; and in nationalities: dues not rate highly the r\iur.nr.i.v i.ow roil ('."%11. I'lCMO futimhed at the shortest notice, at

order to avoid I I stirring i up[ sectional I annual 1 report by the Secretaryof military qualities of the Chinese! ; 1.ut.1 UnCK: itot"FU1f t p"llt.at:
Interior shows that, relatively) Send order* nt nnccv, or call and examine before ..
strife and discord, not I, only to abstain the if taken in hand l by the Germans and I pU1'<'ha..injt ol-cv hero. AX (.LL's: ]IA 1 CElt: .9

i! from such utterances in re'1'1' to perMiiml only a \erHnall J) part) of the Indians: i. !milted, to their mt'thoIf! discipline SANBORN & HOYT, Post.Office.
in hostilities and Ftrna ,c1in.t. Lenlre Street, opp
hale been entr.iced ?'cc.md t
and attacks hut not could be
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to suffer themselves to be dragged or that in many tribe* industrial arts andputruitx i ij I ica 'onah1y anticipatetl. Their vast AVERY DOTTEREl
have; inadetommendable} ptlgrc8 G. F. II. E. ,
entrapped' int0ottrnversyon"Soutb- j numbers, also, are to be taken I

ern questions"* by dose gentlemen on s. into the account; and) if they have only Jtel'IUUUUl1n, 1i"lu..

r the other sMe, who, as a matter of party: IN the State of Maine several Senators GOMVOO men ,under arms as a late i

calculation and 1 from p.mizanpuipo:
t endeavor to provoke discussions ,1ndrejoinders be elected) to the Legislature, protectapiinst might furnish serious occupation, for a I
action of the Governor andCouncil \imi.Ki l> and \ UO\S; : FIN E
that 111Ll' used na weapons the i lime, to a large Rusian army.Tangier C '

against the South with certain ; in refusing! to allow the election 1 anti Gibraltar.-The Emperorof To and from Stwurn T!' and Train

1& classes! at the North. I return! to be examined by thoegentlemen. Morocco has been recently fortifying ('OXTR.U'TiFOr.: HATIJXO, lira Family a Groccii and Pfo\hisiolls\ r

The opposite policy, as practiced byBlainc : The Governor and Council Tangier, n I'C'port! town near the I tea fcU-R.

and others, of stirring up sectional who constitute! a returning "board west entrance of.the. Strait. of HORSES;, BUGGIES, HARNESS, On"toni
hate, of employing taunting and i in that State, allege that they are acting Gibraltar. Of this, Spaniards complain CARTS AND WAGONS. nothing but the

bitter language: : in attack, in order to .strictly accoriling to the requirements and particularly that he has done it n\l-i' C.ill.40.aIt. rixr.sT nnSnS
h, .elicit. replies from high-spirited and' of the lass and that no injustice with the aid of the EnglUh. portion of
Whether *'Office and Stabk-Ttir'st) Sheet: wear Kroomtrwt are kept In stt>rk.
that be perverted andrepresented will be done toanveaudidate. tf __ .
fiery.men, may that inham enable; people are almost Wharf 4))- I --- -

as IreasonnbleorUupaLrmt- :Senator Blaine' to carry out his threat ready to undertake a crusade after the I X AS* ,til COI.L"':" "

i I ic utterances, and so help forward the of invoking/ the interjxisition; of the V. manner of the times of Isal>ella the i i S. Oakes

t s party in minds\ alreadynyci.l by 8. military force, to see a fair counting Catholic," .2\'slllluenj(1. : on tlu>edescendants i FOR YOUNG LADIES,

)1I't'jutice-this sort of policy seem of 111\110tdol! not appear.( of "infidel" Moore, who are stillencamped I..I OMRACTOR and BUILDER ATFeriiatidlnii Florliln.

'f rr. malignant) and diabolical, rather than OHIO has one citizen not provided in tho north-vvcil of Africa inUCATI-N HPE-

: :i \ human or decorous in its contemptuous for in the national distribution of otiiLers. the humiliation which, centuries ago, I Jot an IIfacturCil .t\ elalaivantag-s TllO'CO."cHf nul.l"H..ln PAlNTINu and DNA WISO.

) : I disregard of the claims of fraternity How can this o\erMght be remedied were inflicted for so long: period upon doru'INt:4.' B-IACEKTS.) UWEI> AXT> ITR .a.l-l.Furctrnalsrs.addMsa; ai.d FRENCH; REV. J I!. MYEl'S.

and' neighborhood and good citizenship (? He was t-alked of for Lieutenant true believers in Spain. Some are still Eli WOOD KI C'51EI'nL'I r.WFs.ir.otuJH,+S>T SHEATHISO IR: UAlLS.. ( r'priMiitlina- rl 1"I ..*.

in order to gratify personal but not nominated : ) WEATHKI.Jm&roXO; AND
Governor, was more indignant against the English j FLOOn.t: 6.I I TTFozrth.citosmn-,

spite or promote personal ambition\ or n'as proposed for SecreLiry of Stale, nnd with A show of reason apprehendthat ) ILk!'IS.IR : .

,advance: other selfish and partisan: ob hut as there are several other gentle- since the engineers who do AND C'UR'II\t'ORli;, GUXSJII'l'lf,

" 'f jects. In our day even the most moderate men willing to take that office, it i i'tiggested i- the work come from England; and the A SFECU1TT. ..' _'' : St., bt. Centre and Alachua,

:and courteous maintenance of I by friends l of Col. Fogg-the money to pay for it is i supplied) ) by 1OOCS AND VV1MO FfiAUTS: OF ALL M2ES.TVtit FEUNANDIVA.Gun : FL\

F the rights of the States-which in pointof )gentleman: referred! to-that some kind London bankers, in case of nonpayment Offloe Box IiFernandfna, Fla. mate to oVJr nuns and IHtolnol \ulht..
Work in Iron or br.I" done at
fact are believed in by, the citizens( of (if foreign mission: would be the properihing { by the government of Morocco, jan e '>ho lowot'r eaelutg-d.Art: e-. irks 'epnlrcd and key fitted.
It i* itself 1 ntnybereizetlamid occupied FOR n":\T. lit f\I'If'J'II promptly one dol to
L' every State-is seized upon by passion under the circumstance the place Work not called fur In thirty days will be .< Id 'for

1 nnd prejudice and parade I <
meant and could only mean the exploded now is the time for citizens of Ohio to n .. Streeu.Alto. I I GOOD FINE LAUNDRY SOAPAT .

and extinct dogma of secession ; overcome little surviving modesty I.\LL'S- \'egetabloSicilian Hair Re- the weond stun stare Meisrs.. ydtll" : ..,
Uro.,corner Ash and Third Street
for occupied an THE-
and. thus it is: in the view of many un their part: as that Ohio Administration !hon ijewer inM ,p1\re many in the years toilet of American ApjJy to !t(. DOWNEY, -

with whatever touches upon the right now ruliNg at Washington vervoon women, and has also attained i 32-t _' _In- the- -City- -Mart---,- Florida Soap Factory
tl of )government as pertaining comes to ,an end, and any Ohio popularity in fureign countries. Thi* n. c. IIURYEE, .
counsel because i\l\( does perform what: itpromises. 'T1\I. I
to individual States. The now men who have not enjoyed an opportunity I is JACKSOXVILE FLA.Knsin. .
Its warmest friend-* are t hoo': e ,
a given, and urged with complete acknowledgement of serving their country should I I I who bateusetl it longest, and those: who General Commission Merchant, I

1 of virtue, intelligence, make known their claims without delay.. I Miuhd_ its praise: the loudest are those Outre ,t.,near R. R. I>p t, I .
1 I '
'honesty and patriotism: as ,belnncingto I who from actual experience and }personal Tallow, ""ox, SUtns, Fiirx,
i, ::Jt.' 'the people of the North as well as! roR11GxOTES.. : tiil\nuu'e. demonstrated that by I I FEltSAM to Sugar, Syrup and Orange,
restored its natural -
is to avoid all) .tdmini.&lraJio71,1 I its use gray SAY: C02HT OATS.
( f South resolutely ,
) the War Uiun tie Englith,. color and dry, harsh! and wiry I I T-tf Taken in exchange For Puce Li.t, etc.. Iddrul
\ i issues i and discussions, the presentingof Mr. Gladstone does not allow his seventy hair is made soft and lustrous, a thingof I 4 --,

I I which has any ,tendency to keep and upwards to'prevent his dealsjng ) beauty, and a matterof, joy and A!us. AXXE CLARKE, "SOAP FACTORY,"

n' alive sectional animosities, ; nnd this in years effective blows pride,, to the'Ir'rSub-Soikr and I' P.O.Pox 969. (m6-Smi I Jacksonvt.Fla.MONCRIEF .
and ,
ponderous Democrat, Oorirdh, ..thus.Christmas Sealer in the cLoiewitFraltjVeietablss.Ccsfsctlosery:
of the entire country and I
the with his '
either innocent trees .. _.
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of bringing about A better ---- -----i-- ; I
in the hope Tories
axe in hand or upon belligerent .
understanding and cordial goodwillbetween } with that sharper weapon of his brilliant I Presents : ; B: ? HRS. BUPPX1TQT01T: ,
all sections and parties. Ac. Ac. I
lie has beenrecently
and biting speech I
be of hop vs. :J:YI 1t1])01)1. AND
This tippt'I'I'tt'tO a welcomed with great enthu&ii ,I Third street blo'w'*n r ntr and Alachna Street. I II

; hate it is founded on a wise, estimate I, F ; in Scotland and in an elaboratespeech -- -------
> I "171 ROM our Urge stock of Furniture one can ;
human nature.
and appreciation ; to multitudes of sympathizing lj #1M. valuable and beautiful Chrirtmm Centre Street Millinery TERMS $1.50 and $2.00 PER DAY
I its advocates may expect frcMdt& for old or young.
with good reason denouncedtil y
and applauding Liberals) '$\ According to Location of Rooms.THIS .
the approval of Him, the author these wars of late sustained by the i 'Handsome*f Marble Top" Chamber Sets, 1 I :\ln .. F*. A. \IEDDAUGII;:

'of'modern society, of all that is bet-t : w+' "o-!; Has cuiiftUiitly o-i ban"I a tine tclcctiun of the WELL-KNOWN. HOUSE IS CE--
Jou&ervative party as unnecessary, as I i. Black Walnut Parlor Sets. I DRE-S ANU "|11\1 E MAT.. located, and having been renovated j
who said eighteen d .. De*ci antes in
in our civilization, the throughout will be kept aa a flnt-vlami
words of bie&sing highly ceifeurahle for waste tpf ; Pretty Ctt.'tge.SetS, **, Ion Ladies Ilj'ies' and Qnldren) ; RlKHuNS: The l'ru rit'Irt'ttII. having! had expenence both
centuries ago in His British blood and treasure, and asin- *-* : LACKS A'D HjmVERS; also, Lents'and : North and S'South will "]", re nu pains fur the ('OmI -

'that'fhe trek Moll inherit the land \'ohing'iot.., ions of the British consti Elegant Easy {Chairs, i !ioy.' U au. ol fir<4 quality. Call at d eumin.., I I like fort of as her any patrons in the city in uuikir.g the- house homeI 33-tf -
,., Book Stands Mts. M.: ;* agent Ir the D-MDC IIC: Perfect Fit. --- -
CONGRESS. AND POLITICS tution. He challenges the government Whatnots, ting! Fa'.hi''ns. No one h
to uit"olve Parliament and order Centre Tables etc, etc. -- ..ltlc ,
deal of legislation WOOD Jr.
AT Washington a good WILLIAM F. I
antI declares that the MilvK-nljer offer for sale ten acres of land
new of
is' proposed, but with regard to a _1-\ > have Urge Awurtmetit TIlE ALUIOX, Levy County, Fla.. between-
it is doubtful Ministry dare: not make this appeal to UOCKKKK.Mint (Tal-'r" --ata : Newsdealer, Bookseller, Stationer, I redondo and UruiiKOii. on the Atlantic, Gulf and
matters of finance very VVrt India Transit Hailrutid. The Und U all well
members of either of the twogreat the country, for such have l been the Back, which make beautifulIVeoenU. l.,1ri..n1 i improved under good fence, and has a comfortable -
whether changes in the opinions of the people, t DEALER is FAXCY ARTICLES, iI I (none houe. There are lIO.--b trees-the
parties can agree among themselves I Pet-n-lo ami the Honey Peach; 12i: rape vine -
ak for. }) iCe'd and that u large; majority of memberswould I Call and Examine Our Stock. :, Hi ffltrt Street, fUJ11I1I11.) FLA. 'ul'pt'nlong and Concord; 75 orange tree I to 3
what to year of age; and a large variety of v1Llu.r.bleurruulJt'ntal
hostile to the ; I I '
be returned present .
Fort's resolutions which oppose the SAXBORX IIOYT, i 8 elf Paper. Pirtcre Fiam-.. Bnckt-U. Lamp ,
is In healthy and fruitful situation -
and would be drivenfroth ; .... ., Cutab, Brnbe.ttcin proiieny a
of the Pros Ministry, they C"'Ia s. H&II.t Gl&- : .. financial recommendations I eL2w Second Street : PI.-te'Sts great nrl' 17. >boo Sevicg iiachiueIXKSTAX .. *;-"- Slirror oftu, Feniandina. KU.OTKEETY .
believed to office. Ntwdks. Ut). etaCUP'CR .
ident and Secretary, ,are i -- -- -- - --- -
MT IX Y -a "d, M Cent. .
find favor with a majority of the lie- (;mw.wy/.ool-illg to Chimi M an Ally. -- - -- ---- & BUOTlIEir,
i iI
I i VIIIItIrF'' ,\14.:'
publicans Chinese officers of high military rank, FEBSANDINA. FLA.
LOIIMAXN'S'FAMOUS ; and by virtur of an execution i-cuM
I A. W.
THE Secretary of the,Treasury estimates it is announced will be present at the USIIER the C'ltfiut Court of tLr Fourth Judi- 1Jlnuwtotn'ra and Dealers In Cook and Parlor
sat Circoit of l-Tond. for Ntumiui Couoly. on A
the Hermanirmy.
the rt>\'enur the next fiscal approaching' review of judgment therein mxierrdat the till tcruiof twit Stoves Heaters. Ranges
c'- and the regular I Court,in fitvor o/the ttmuxi of Public/ tutrvtction ,
year at $288,000,000, of Ntunau ut1. aixl mgmuaU* lklliinjjnl
expenditures at $8.00Sl"Olea'ing Last year,when there was a pro.nect oiLntoinarii of the. We of..L5rty Billing, de- Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Roofing
dirsett( 1 hate lewd
rrmMxi.aJKi to ilK" UJHHan4 \
atout ten millions not appropriated of righting between England and Russia PREPARED FLOUR will offer tf r nale to the bn-.Uddrr.l>e.ore I I and Guttering.
the Court-U door at 1-VruAnduka. on the firM I
:This small surplus u likely to bo exliausted in Afghanistan, English journals I Monday of January tv<<3 tbriug the tilth day of I! Just Received
reckoned the advantages of securing aid luouth I.within line ktral hour*of fcaVe on &iid i I
: by special appropriations. I up day,the Mlow tug aeucntml rval estate or all .h< an active and armeil t alliance between .talk and .ut.r-t of lUe ttaid estate. of Uteri
I' CONGRESS adjourned six months ago PER POUND dmv-aved> tfceivtu via; Lot 7,it and
the of Great Britain and China. This I II in KWk No. Si; Lot 1.7 and a in lUmk 5>; IR WEI*
.without providing for payment Juunuil discusses Ixtul0au4ll2in BJot-k 14; lx\ I and 5 in hloik
and many political jour. season the (krawutruly 37: tat 7, Ik 'no Lou 3.f,7 and 16 in bloc'kaft: I. appropriately named u u a Jest w" WILL
,, JU.'S.Marshals! the probabilities, of war between I. I I Lot I. Uluti 43; Lot S. lUuk 12; Lou 1 and& in NOT be nuderwld
:nsli ben predicted that U. S. Courts 1 1I I lllork $I: Lou A,9, 19. :J) rid S2 lUutk IM; tan I,,ly Corner W and ASHE bt*.
be"dispensed Germany and Russia, and points out 6 If \T OU) K 0. BCIUtlNU. J.4, &1. I, Iik.t M; Lot 4,4.HUxk :!:; lay I. 2, 3, --- -
must'b clued and justice cou1tnot -- ----- i 4.5, 7.fc.S. 10, 11, It. 13. It 3::.33.ii. tits'l No.. Foul
: thc3Iarhals ha\egone the benefit to be derived by Germanyfrom I XOTICIi.Y :56-all in the City of Fernandina. Nawau l"ount,. AUTtlllc. C. ,
: J;::.but alliance with China, which Mate' of Klunda,.or*u moth of said real state**
in their attendance' upon an l)VYS tJuuhi.t Ute I will .ell allVVATCllO I Will tie MtvnMtry to ratify wild judg1l1C'l1L VEST1ST *
$Iraighou of this military critic thinks would be n 1 or other articles that have ban ,, Tenua cauh,purehaarr jwyitij: for mica.1MUNTIXG ,
the discharge I P.rER'U E, Sheri<<
; l..l UK:, and for on JUT hand for line ) .r. for the charge Fourth Street, belwern! 'eutre
in the event l'at
whatever natural ally of Germany ..- F&m&IMliSOY. =>> '
doubt ( -
b"'d tithere U no w. STARK.1PrtcIwu.ker.. I Mini AUrltiittFERXANDIXA.tlr4'el.! "
7 order them to of hostilities with the Russians, The 11.-1\ "J I in every style,and at ,
Congress ; JOB rate,at the J11R OJt.
ihr'owe.t 454f
: that Journal shuvvg that with China in IVvcflibei 4,IsTV, FLA.'to .

: "be paid.

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LOCAL-1E'I''LI'CTIO\: '.' i: AT-a meeting' ; of, the- hoard; : -r'CountyComnussoners."on The State 1.'""'. Fimiifttrr Just fired med. ATLANTIC, GULF & WEST INDIA \ ,

10th solu. It has been determined by the'vari- Messrs.' Sanboru t 1IO.t, Socoiul TRANSIT RAILROAD. !\
. . . i the a 'r
; COr"f'SlJO"delltH1101 -- tion was adopted requesting the Gor* jl Otis societies of the" State to Holt the street, extend a general invitation to I t
: 1..l.
fifth annual Fair at Jacksonville\ on the public to examine their largo: null' 1'1J114 OVltl ) NO
\ persons having ba lnc." with this |pni|HT, will ernor to suspend Mr. W. B. UatclilT, June 15lh 1870.QOINO .

please direct to-FLORIDA.. MIRROR. Keriiniuliiui.Xottce Tax Collector of this county, until he; the 2ith of P'brunl''e hope the I complete stock of furniture, which has i In cin-cl f -

of his past I mistakes of past. years may lead .to been added to the JIl'e l'ntI'ek by Ol'TU. .
to has made full settlement! I
lle'u'f'1'e"R. a ;
Now York Ire Forn"nc1ln.. ....... . .10 30 a inAriHe I
Relieving tlint ninny of our snWribew 1.",. Collections The Governor WInlso earlier action and to a more methodical shipment.-' from enabling I lUrt'n lillad..u.1 111.111

err oC honey, and would keep been enough to arrangement and systematical mntiagement. < them to oiler the hl'ilt'Ilril't\. ever A trtvc (.'.!,Blmn. .... .... .... ..1211\ kmArnv \
requested to} make an ad /interim appointment. : I l>nttti.. .. .... .. .... ... .1'J: 6u p inAirlvr \
supply their own hlhlc nt lenst, If they knew Board : : One peculiar: drawback has I seen III this I market. ollf1'all Urkuily Urtnch... .. .. .. 'U p HI
how to do It, we huvs made arrangement In su;'. The action of the Arrt'e iiHitlnlUi.. .... ... ... ... 1:111: pin
ply them the nttkcr)>cr'* Magntinf, a :tiptiKt'; :as stated in the preamble to the rc always \been that: the many apparently 1 and \\tnlcr\ Ctothlttu.. Leave HiUhvin.... .. .... .. .u. .. 1 43 p ru
o-I I Arriv'oMxtte. . .. .... :9 OU p IIIArt'c
monthly, At only/ $1.0I yrnr.-forlllcr )price SLIiO.Ifriitle I. tilt illtl, i is based I on t the fact that ) unimportant details have: bt'I'1I111'1'0 J. this we run furnish all httet book Oil vided for until the last minute and AtrlVI! 'IH1II.lo" ... .. .... ..... 3 ll pi"ArrUo
the Biilijeots, together with nil articles used In llntclill' has"utterly refused, failed or I. fall stock of mens': jouths l and bo's'l'Iothillg M ike.... ... .... .. .. :3 17 pin
settlements then some unsatisfactory: make-shilt I Ii Arrive 1hur.ton ...... .... .. .....33. p iuAnheWftUio I
beekeeping at the lowest prlco. The M'lymine neglected to IllakcIul.h I which they oiler at very low ... .... .. .. .... afMpmAriiNo :
is full of Information for IxiKinners, Rinl gives whereby Nassau: county is deprived: of i has boon resorted to. The superintendent o.nilllo... u..un ... 484 piuArruo
advice Just when heeded eiu-li, month in the yenr.We should choose intelligent IlItil'OInI't'tcnt --- -- -- Aricdoiuio .... .. .. .... ... 6 v4\ l'DItrhe
its just revenue amounting to several lUltuu. ... .. .. .. .... .... /A 40 p ui W
will furnish the Mirror mid the Mitgtnint. to subordinates early enoughto ArfMMfJ JOIVOf Afrhn AlCllrr...... ...... .... .. 1l>1I1' 111Arrivx
all who 111'1'1),011 receipt of the price,8-1.00 u j ear.SunscmrTiox : thousand: dollars. i those nice French Broadcloth: and Hrmiiiiin ... ... .... (I 40 p in
<-- .. insure their becoming fIIlilitrit": Arrive Utter ITpik..... .... .. .. 7 4<.1\> > haArl.I.01lI
I Tweed Coats still hand and will be ... .... .
; : on : $::.OO a year. $:;::1.H.) for 'I' J.'ernandtttn'8largest Shipment. every matter that will bo likl'I.to. (. .CiUihty ... .. .. .. .. .. 9 :Mi. inuoINd r
six months. The British steamship A'uV/Vijr, sailed under the care of each The sold out much below cost, by NOHTII.
!: come octl8 M. DOWNEY.Iootn Leave (',..I.r K")..... .. .......... 4 :30 a m
from this port Wednesday for Liverpool exhibitors should bo induced to Iniu- Arrlvn lOHo\vin ... ........ .. ... 1l: ,ii II IU
Town Topic II i ---- --- ArrUp nitrr Crt HOLIDAY goods taking a cargo consigned by their IIl'ticll'on' tho grolllltl-nl'tlllll.\! and 'iIWI'H. "'n 11! ntmoii .. .. .... 7 W a mAritvo .-
are arriving. Win. La valued Wl;>7o the tho Arol or ..... .... .. .... .1f1u.1II i
toy, at $( I in place' the day: previous to day 01 A now stock just received at ,1. A T. '
Cfmt loss than two wcck\I"\\ '. AnUu lt.ttvili. ....... .. .. .... .. .. H 17 sum
'fMAS I most valuable shipment ever made opening : and( no one thing will go Kydds1. Atmo Am dotnlci.,... ... .. .. h hU: a inArrlp
(\Ulucfiviilt.... ...... .. H 6.1 a niAn \
TIIK weather is a favorite theme just t I from this (port. It coupled of :7,.)OO .: further to accomplish} this than the -- -- ive .... ."..... amAnho l
Title Halt .x..1(1'.6
1lrtrntuu. ..
. a
.now. I sacks cotton seed, (:!,OlGOOU) ( ) Ibs.), asu fact that competent )persons are already J. vt T. Kydd have just received anew .I ArnvpM.rkfl' 1 ... .. ... .. ....t)40auiArrt '

HuiSNKss is dooming at llishop's or- hags sea! i Nland cotton ((14(5,240(; Ibs.), hand to take charge of and >.. Thttites. .... ... .... ..lu4sin i I
on i
stock of gents' tine hats, lateststyles I I. Atnxo Id\\tav .......... .... ... .H (in a iu II I
it iig at bottom }prices.Coll. Alnvelm.d.mNlu.. .... .... .. .... ....1971 p m1.1'HtU IF
BOSH election next Tuesday, Doeemher The steamer drew 10J feet of water. We believe it would be a good move, IllilllAlu ......nti47prhr:
SlUl.lit' Ari'iv.ltr.ntly ibataii....... .. 1 iJ! p iu F i
river she
down rue
Kith. On her way the was also, to select competent judges uponthe Arrive Duttm .... ... .... .... 1'J.l pin t! I
saluted I I by the diUorcnt steamers in various departments and pay; I them Koopened Monday( October :20th.? A'rlvall.I..u.' : .. .... .... .. ... >a> ft* p innrrlvu
Governor-General of the Ualiama Hart li'uvl.... ... .... J 6i p iu If
+ is expected on the Austin.TIIK port{ and by the mill" The Kairteur, it for the work they do ; and if one person Pupils received at any time and at the I Arrhu rcruiiullini............... .... II.
will be remembered was here during or one section, by superior productions usual rates 1)) I K.; MAXWKU; ,, f :

: steamship) City of Atixtin( is ex- last:: January: and will make another can carry oil'all the premiumns / To the l' lizl'IIoof: FIOl"hl111i: ::! institution __ supernu.ndrnt.'ll.liUA :

])card tomorrow, from New York. voyage to thN port during the present I. let the decision be so made. TIll affords every facility\ near home l (;a.:: '1'H.\I. ItAILUUAl. ,

A HAND organ has been sowing melody winter. The Glendale, Capt. Doherty, effect will he future benefit. Wo fur the thorough education of their JArl.'UIIVILLR, 'LA.. (M. Mh. 1870.On .
aid a'ter till iiiie' r.tl.e ou IUU load will }
liroadcas-t: over the streets this of the same line, is expected} about tho have seen too much: weighing and! balancing daughters. _.._ run u* lul\.W-1\
- -- EXPHKSS-tlA1LY.
M All. AND
week.OAIT.. 17th instant. of one section against another, N'ele Goods. leave Jck.i>n>lll LtmveMilto lloino.... ........ ..0 161'111 t
JOSKI-II: LosmvoRTH: with his Grant to Florida. in the awarding of premiums., It is bad A few cases of nice fall goods just I .avu lUHlwiii .... .. .... .... ..7 (H) p ni )

pile driver, arrived I at thN port Friday Coming policy because l it is: not a just j I policy. arrived and now opened) in the t City I Drive l rlVillo. ..... ..........7u4pin: I
The following explains: itself: l.oavu !'&I..h.rt"u. .... .............H 071'1" i
I\t4n.lIl. Let absolute merit carry every prize, Mart t and will bo Hold without reserve, I.CUMI Oliiitco .. ............. ... H 4J piuLiavnAit \
(hus.1t.1..., 1)ec.:2, 1871)) L'arrlK. ... ........... I) JJ; I''m
1E! :\'. GKOKGK: HKXHY: will preach at Iron lllIIilolHilh., Jr.: and future fairs will then bo worthy ol together with balance of goods now on Arrivv at l..ke City.... .... ... .. V UU p in i{ -n

the 1'resltyterian: church to-morrow, at MY DKAU Suit: -1 have your letterof the people of the :State of Florida. hand!, ,by :M.( I DOVMY.MALLO : Lf Arrlvoat'Ikt.Vt> I.ivo Oak ....,o....nuu..u,1... w..7telain: Ib a in

the! usual) hours. the 28th of November) "suggesting' Another thing : we hope to see the ..-- .. Arrirr Alli.i.y......... .......10 45 a in "
that the 2i: 5th or 29th: !) of December, AI rtte *t Mavruuattu..9 it) .ut. .
llll.VCKWKLL- gambling operations/ of every description RY'S" I.".\<< mv.ni )11: Miss ItOHEKTA HARHI.XON : : probably' the latter, would be convenient from the fair 1",'.VP Alb.1I1. .. .... ..... .... .410 pill I'\.
of Savannah! is spending the winter at days to have me go to New \: (Irk. excluded grounds.: .ealoT.ltaburrw..6. '::11'111' > I {
} The :2'th!) will suit quite well but Their there'is an insult/ to nilrespectable l "'.\o 1.1" U..k. ... .... ......, ... .'i 16 A III :
the Mansion( House. me presence FLORIDI{ U A S'I'EAMSIIJP l ) LINE. Lear Uiko ily..... ........ .... 360 a HI
since I wrote to you last an invitation )people.Catlahan.. I.t'llvu III\.larrle.: ... .... ... 4 1 IHani
A IIIDINO cluh composed of young has been sent to me to accept a special -- _. ; IA'a10 Olnulee ... .... .......4 40 a m .
IB.vri'aud.6. \W, ain ..
ladies\ and! gentlemen has been organized ear to Kt'Yrt'l'It, Fla., and passage. t.. a\U D.irlijvil e,..,.. .... .....11III/ am t
from! there to Havana to leave New l.rtVti Utt Iwlu......... .. .... U 4(1 a rib
in this it All those
city.J. York Philadelphia or Washington Did you over think of ? ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. l.<.live \\IIltoll..II'''........... .....711I/ inArrlvn
trains that into Fernandinn! t JtickH'invllla .. ....,. 7lU/ a mOn ,
E. )hl>D.HOH: J..V. Stark and W. about the :'Jtith or :27th of December.If long go Still and rxpiKNH" Train Bleeping (> run

A. Jones represent Nassau county on accept this I shall not go to New loaded with logs, come from this: part tbroiiitli, tn 111I1 Irtmi Jk< kMonviliu t., Soul auil 1
York next ..I.l o, i iii-kii Nlo| jln I'm k ruu turou h to kuU I row
before spring.
the U. S. Grand Jllr 11Ireturn of Nassau' .\ Jaekrounlleand I .II&U.II......'... J.
On the. whole, ,;1 think it i in better to Some is going on here:. KIN .NllvA fXIMllhS (DAILY ) i./ .
HAS the average Fernandinian! comprehended defer going until that time.If improvement ..... Leave Ji kmin\lllw,.,..,.....,...........II \Ift a mil
\\\0 Mr. Kelly has enlarged, his dwelling, It.\t Arrive lI.hlwllo..I! 311 |p muAt.
the fact that wo have t anything should detain 'me. so n* .lye riikiiiliiia............ ........,. 11 40. pin
steamship lines ? to make it neces-aay lo 'gd,to New ''Mr. O'Dbnald has finished his: and by TIm FINK HTKAMKUH, Leave rnkU'liu>t........................10 :3U a m
I will inform .' I I...."U lie I 'M: pin
York as soon as
annual of the Santa Fc you.."* !vtVery the judicious application: of paint, Mr.Saunders WESTERN Arrive Ji k">mv ll....................... J :lift,/ p m
This meeting TEXA.3
made of .
am aware has rendered his new home I'a.e' uger. (..r .'. rukii'ilii' *ua IVnar: "Kir take
Ca'mil Company will take place at truly yours, CITY OF AUSTIN Iota tiaiu. No' train fiom llaMwlu to Cedar Kuy ouumluy. ,
attractive has ,
U. 1 S. GRANT. quite Mr.( Mahoney ;
Waldo on the 18th instant, at 10 a. in. substantial CITY OF! :DALLAS. I I'ul niitn 1'.1..". HIcepInK) fun run tbruuwh bent f
lately erected-A dwelling. ,
from JktkKuutlllv I rid H"nulI.all aUn tliroutdi

IN the midst of this great business I Our I'ouii/j lload. We learn that the last named gentleman KINK will leave K.T- .IveuiiiMi-ark, Ala.Uuknrct. buwteii J.'k.ullvtllotI".IIIUI"- I

booni! comes the depressing intelligencethat' People living in the country not in will spend tho Christmas holidaysat A8TKAMKUOPTHIH/ bur New,: York t laid ty it Jkckk"""tae! with Hie "st Jnliiik river
has taken irom Mrw York, l'wrZ11 Fast: Ktvor,every Friday It"... Ot.; at 11..1.. with A. h, ft w. I. I. U. U.
lager beer an upward the imllll'tliate'idnit) of the city aregenerally his: old homo in 'North Carolina., ior Florida at 3 P. in. for Cellar Key, Uylni'BVlliC, I en'kuillu* slid p lute

tendency. opposed to the i issuing of Listen for the music of marriage bclN.- 'J'1114IJoe. having no Irausferat. inukp 1.1weenJarkronvllle !Nurtbandlw.li.ll.sks II)' wliU .1.1'.101:01 it II. 4
and \t'w.rk.. oli-r the IM-MI andt'hrulert lot Tallklmvifi*, Albany, t avan"'h. aid poluti.North +

Mis-s:I MASON( :; and neice, from Cambridge bonds:: to repair the county road, and Miss Ett l'nilJonell., of Starke,,who IruimiiorUkUoii will rwf ive mn'olal to Florida cure shlpcrs.Orauger in| |hundLi.ig.I'a..Ncngrr ; ," rut We.t. Mnt.>r, ul t6. Irauiuvrutlon.MciCUiUY.: \

Mass., and ibises Merritt( and no doubt almost! a I'tolitl'oto.. will )be has i'cen'iiithg: : at. KiMare/returned\; ; i : W. M. VAVJl'80'l.U.' ,
At''Olnuud..tlOII',''' are V, and T. A. dec-7
Gordon, of Connecticut, are Mopping' cast against: bond.- outside the city.It hunte'l'ncs(1n: : )'. FIltNT-l'MS.S.: 1

at the Mansion 11 ousc. i is claimed by time county people 11ev.1)r. Myers, of Fernandina, will 0.) S. OAKES
The travrihtg inibllo are oll'creil the iulvuiitiiK'i*
THE Western Tern arrived from New that the road! has benefited hut u few preach at Callahan\ next Sabbath. of u 1HKKCT LI.\K, R'JTIuu'J4vrL'II4AU1*.

and proceeded. who live only u short: distance from It is gratifying to note the interest VtIllIlt't't\un"lllIIde\ ut Jiu-knonvllla with all uleuinliout -
York Wednesday '
<< lor ulll".inlM on the !>L. Julia', Ockluwiiliauixl
Jacksonville. She returned yesterday, town and that the whole county is: manifested: by the Mirror, in educational Inilluii Itivern, and wllli the TntiMll ILIlroud. .
at I'Vrnuiitlina (or all ruilriNiil! tuition Iu Flurtda.
and sails to.dlor New York. called! upon to pay tuxes for the benefit matters.' f .

ofIIon.1' of the few. When asked! why the The tt.itOl'in1(1n! ( the last Mirror) on Freight and Passenger Rates Lower
Miss MAMIE HISIIOP, daughter\ Indirect Lines.
1*. Bishop, ha.returned from people consented tu issue i the bonds! : to "Teachers and Taxes j has tho ring ol by l

school in Greenville, S. C., and I i" with build! the road a permitncnt} / resident of the true metal. In'a new country like INiutr.me*S-Through. natty HIM! HilU, of Lading to all County Undertaker '
the county remarked that "the election ours, facilities for educating l masse\ \ "I:'+tex ncri of thU UrnMil Ulrcc-t/ : from Ferimmllnii ,
her parents at tho Mansion Hi HIM-, to Jw.t 1.5AI. N. I'.. ..,,,!,T l'Olllra'lIh ,{
was! put through in such a waythat must be constantly! multiplying .\Ii.. Hit llnliHiimH lovft arty the only .."...- FEUNA1TDIITA, FLA.
AMONG the passengers from New were that lam at tli nmenll"1 '.
didn't have show at nil. increases
we immigration ignorance
any grown
t five It. W, HOUrilWlCK. AKnt.I'Vrnaiidina.. Ooniliutly on bandMETALLIO
Western Tej-aa were
York by ,the .
The measure was defeated but somehow a pace. .
sisters of St. Joseph recently I arrivedin O. II. MAMXHtY & C<>..
we were counted out. Wo want no "retrogression: ;" a pause, 1'ii-raJlJu.l: : Kirr, New York. 2 tf BURIAL OASES,_
York from France by the
New There does not appear' to he much! even, is death to our public schools --- "'C od"\.m...,

, steamship Labrador interest taken in the nmitterin the city, The )Mirror is ,ojJJ!)he rigid "tack." Let SI KIM FadciHtr. .
Mary's In Kokewood Walnut and other wood..
A TIGHT rope exhibition was givenat and! there will be but a light vote poll the good work go on.. JEKEMIAH.Hotel'Arrivals. : .

the foot of Centre !street, Tuesday, (ed. A county commis<. said yes.lenity - IUI&.AK.I&: GOODS, :'

a rope being stretched from the roofs whichever way the election : MA80V10 AND OTHER IIII'LKMH. BUIIOUIWAM i

of two buildings. The performer arenow went, it would relieve the board! of responsibility EUMOMT JIJTEL.-\ Ilium and wife, N Y;;Mm ) ItOllKH.Saatilming .

iu Jacksonville.MB. : \ and! pl.icu it upon tho ItVerderman, : Eonc.luy'lm ,
Tetin; Clues C l'rl4'. Newark N J; Wm 1' Kleint'liarleHton. -
S. O. Jon ssos, banker and stcam- people, where he thought: it belonged! tug H l.'i; IIItI.lhuherwife Mild tbriedsughlrrs eihuiurd for removal, safely guaranteed. i
oinlon. t'unartu N VVeyl I, I'lilluili-l-. FI.011A, 5 '
: rUVr.luLS iittxiilel I to. .I
ship agent, of Nassau N. 1', and fain- ; O C "'Ju't'r. Minn; Suml U Jon...., Port I Order* by mall or Ulvgrtpb will motive prompt
N. of Baltimore Nassau Light Artillery Hall. t'Itulou, O; Jo ..*. taco H WiUon. I'lni'in- CAIT. JOE HMITH, .u."u".. 1
fly, Wm. McKenny ", .U. O; W Uiuwollrr N Y; (i !' Wvl.b! and. wife, lteiueiub that I kin opponed to &lush price :
and Alfred L. Edwards and family, of This>! was, to use an entirely original Km; (flm Hutlrr, I! H A; J N )Moore Flu; A UHnyder Will tear fen andli.k every MONO ,Y and Til I'It H.IMY i
expression! "a decided, success.! Infact 1'utU-rwoii. N J; Wm K Hyltf Mliivlll: *t 8 &. u. iroiu CKNIHK HTUtKI: BOCK for OrUCK IN 8ANBOBN\ IIOYT'H OLD TOKJS,
Hudson, N. Y., are stopping nt the Kla; J I' J'oHtr hi Louis 11 l, ,ytun. Havannuli..
it be called a "boOlu.Ve Uti; A 1. Iw.r.1;, wife .liil Egmont. may 11 K Edwards. )1,. U K AUKCllu<>M>ii, N Y; Traders'! II I II T' -
sent our special reporter there, with Win N MoKrnny. liultlinorr. Md; Jno U UUriiilf :
THE Jacksonville\ Sun and Prrs has full detail including Va: H C I'ultertoii. riiiladelpliU; H U John.HOII and all IntermedUte Undlugi ou Oi. HL M.,,'. .' \
instructions to bring wife
Mud two thlldrrn/ Mlm Johnson Nuasou >
discovered that "A railroad man of minute and[ accurate accounts of N 1'; It J hliermmi, Mutt wife undo; N Y; Iron and Brass
and deeds has his>! I>r j Ii TowlIlMlIlt.\I1M; 'CuWIIMlId.HaILin..re.:U.t. I ,
few words many the ladies' dresses.! The notes he made Through Illllw. of l.udlllg 1 '
roalrod in prospective, between AND 1
eye on a upon the o'cl\ionare. we regret to gay, The Singer Seirlug Machine ruoii fEW yoitK btu. nountTs LINK i)f i
this city and Fernandina. Our BI'4UUis to III &-.101. uu the Bt. Mar)'. MACHINE SHOP i rt
utterly worthless. "Mis* W. X.-It'lm. Mr. John Mackenzie: ha taken the ,

neighbor city may be in close proximity tiful uniform fan and pink slippers; agency of this excellent sewing' ntachine tJONC: i'oiiiivelliinmade !.

by rail, with this city ere long Jt" noticed officer .qu.irfut dress, long and in now'prepared to furnish with |L* New York sod I'svenab Lteaioer T. J. MURPHY

'.is.. only twenty. miles us the. crow. Hies. freight train. MiA( B. C.-dark all supplier and repairs necessary for Maik aU.."n-xl. 'Care o( IllIIWIr 1I"low.. Vet.LIOJlu. ., $

IN the U. S. court Tuesday, in the dress, hands all round.! Asked ladyon it. he sells.the lIt'et.lelt.at! 25 cents a hopr1 to:.

l case of T. S. Albert vs. the St. Mary'sKiver stage! in red, white: and! blue} with dozen, and all' 'other articles at theI'ril' cuitlouUU GOOD ACCOMUODtTIONH and T"urUii will fo bud' PI..eng.n.t''U a very Ex at -

Lumber Co. James McGHlin receiver waltz u*. tiv. trip M U. fefin-rt l. ....Gd w U .llljkU>ri
, fine countenance, to ; got ('* established by the manufacturer and: '
open toil otbrr KIIU are kbuudaut. Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, all
I it was ordered that the clerk ,no reply ; we em--." Call and see the! l late Improved Singer rot furlbur luluruitlluu apply to .

pay to the.said James McGiffin out of the most complete machine in the JS-tf II. i.rru4Hdlua.eILLI!Vow.. .IT... kinds cf Mill Machinery bitiior .. I
South rluterka.The .
Ties fur - 4'
funds in the registry, $20.50, lingthe world ;.1
the llnolllit'stlteJ in said claim as due bark Palo Allo, Capt. Griffin, ,-_ .-- \ollee blurs and CredllorM.TOTiCK repaired. A'5: .,
\ U hereby given that ou the 7Ui of
' to said! McGiffin, and that. all the other cleared Thursday for Brazil +ith' a NewI41ti and Winter Good ..L> rk-J>t lUlw,. 187V letter of H of 13,120: ) cross tie, valued at J, & T. Kydd are now receiving every r. irnnKnt to lint uiHlvrtiipMMl and he waa duly t..P.AND .
items be again referred to said cargo riuulilLeU lui ixluiiiiiMtrator of the Mate of ciarle.L .
such witnesses as $.3.0UJ,and measuring 330,1)00) feet. They week large shipment of Fall and Winter Hoyt.UMCOMMl. 1. Lie of Naaoau <<>DUIII,. Thera.rareallprr.ra.abcfnen.tiIW BTBIOr PUNCTUALITY IS TOE ItULK.
and he examine .anddhrn-hav. -- "'
that 'bhipped by Sierra. Drew & Bucki, gootU, dry goods, dress good/; clothing \ clatiua of nature wliaUoevr the k : n
be produced before l him l. and re were \UK any ajcaiuat Ord.n from a dlitanc .1U re *|v. eareful and i tprosupl
may bark U her hat and boots and shoe mate ..1.lae tUocwMMt. will prrwiil burn, dulykutlteiithtKrt .'..uiluo. t
their testimony and his findings of Ellaville. Another on caps, wittiu two years (row the ....LI i
port from,3 ew York'to which at the lowt.Jtmarket ; paliou "f thto iu4i t.. or Ihrr will l.. banrvu, aural
thereon to thU'court the second! Monday way to this port they tare gelling all t'nut..IJII1..1 i...l to ii-l .iUte are rertue..t.Qlu IUJOJ'-BAY aT., r4B TUB 8UIP YARD;

: January next. take a similar cargo fur the saints firm prices.iia. IU&loe payuir.it, dec 7 If ciomLU, rta. 1.1


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FLORIDA Mnmou.SATVRltA Mil PAGE, of California, oC-cr'cll\ the field Against her, Russia, would he : .S ""fBORN"HOYT: ; A. B. NOTES,

i elution on Monday, requesting information i obliged to send 200,000 armed men

I d -- }J', ItKCLMllKR 1-1, "7f1. from the President as Id tin into Eastern A ito: protect her frontiers WHOLESALE Grocer and Ship Chandler,

I : condition of the negotiations will against China, who certainly

i Tin POLICY (I' l'..t7'II'SCl: A xi Chinn-how fur the UtirlingHine treaty would not fail to profit hy a favorable GROCERS I DEALER IN
SILL\l; !
I has been tIIoditied-in order that Congress opportunity for regaining possession\ PROVISIONS, LIQUORS ETC

r :Senator Gnutnn, of Georgia consider, tvhneepatriotism may'I legislate i against Chinese; immigration of tin country I lying upon( the River 1 SHIP CHANDLERS ,

isl broad; enough to into the United Statesitli:) .. Amour. TIlt! China Empire, frays this Afcnt for S. F. AVERY & CO'S Plovs.CKNTUi .
comprclipixl country,
out disturbing the friendly relations! writer, should be considered 118 the natural -

and whose resource! of fervid eloquence) that exist between this country and ) ally of Germany ; nt this time, '; HTJIEKT,
such that imagine his Provisions 1 Groceries
lire no one can
Chinese the of the Chinese military FERXANDINA
the Empire.SKNATOR reorganization: !siMf:! FLA.
vice to lie dictated by fear of'1I11 '
; BALDWIN, of ;Michigan, force can he. successfully undertaken \ ...AT nOT''''''. .'UU'IS.'ij 0 -----
r adversary, is credited with being the -- i' %.s I.a & rim\j; .
and) thus! he enabled to net ener
the Governor fill out tin ,
\ author and earnest advocate of a policy by to In Store Anti to arrive hy Steamer nn,1 I Sail:

1 l',I of silence and reserve on the part) ol remainder of Ch.mdler'a; term in tin) l.'r ('tit'll1y'hrn opportunity should) 200 Hales Good Hay; Bakers dill Confectioners

Southern) members of Congress with. Sen.ite, is: proposed, by I the Republicanniiicu offer. The intervention of China by.. 100,000 Hard, Brick; ,

l, diverting to the East; a )lmtrre force of 1OO Casks" Lime;
all of that lo take the )place ]left vacant by CHOICE GROCERIES: ,
regard to manner questions 100 KeK ; engender strife He counsel Chandler on the Commerce Committee Russians! would necessarily he useful 100 Barrel KKKOSENi OIL, 110 fire

mny Southern abusethatlnay and upon the Committee NavalAH'.iirs to Germany.' proof, 12 eta, per gallon on board train CIG \ RS AND TOBACCOS,
men not to answer any .
them their : his. : place ii to bo filled by :Senator : General Grant.\\hohasshown himself A Urge stock of fJroocries, Provisions, Croc'k- TOYS AND FANCY<: AR t'lCLES,
'lIo ht>IIpcllulolJ) or cry, Hardware, Dry loods, Furniture, DOOM"" .
shrewd observer\ of Eastern;
lespective t Slate in debate ; and 1 in Kerry, from the same State 111111jlltlgC Illindit, Hush 1'alntH, Oils and VarniHhcn.IXIIIIMILV ,.- -ENTERTAINMENTS and
nationalities, does not rate highly) the #
j order to avoid stirring up sectional TMI: annual report by the Secretaryof :: : : : I.OI"On CASH.Send I'iCMCS: fu nislied! at the shortest notice, at
military qualities of the Chinese ; !hut. KuCKHOlTOM: I 1'1,1<::1.---:: at
the interior shows that relatively, '
strife and discord not only to abstain before
or'\l'l'IlIt\ once, or call nnd examine
if taken in )hand !. the Germans. and
I k<< from such) utterances in reply) I fo per- only a, very small part of thy 'Indian' purchasing vl>where, A. N (.: 13 I-.'H :1J A. :1C1311Y: ,
submitted!. to their methods of discipline SANBORN & HOYT,
I Fonul and partir.au attacks but not have been engaged in hostilities, and .
Post Office.U. .
. Funa"flint. Centre Street,
that in tribes industrial arts and great improvements could! I lieleasonably ____ _. __ Second- _____M_._, __u___: opp .
I 1 to suffer themselves: to be dragged" or many ------ -- ---- -- -- -

i entrapped! into controversy on South : pursuits: have: made commcnd.ihlu) picgrcss. .- : anticipated. Their vast G. F. AVERYLivery E. DOTTBRER
numlicis, also) arc to he taken ",
f questions' by those gentlemen on .
, into the account ; and if they have only
i the other side' who, as u matter of partycalculation IN the State of Maine several Senators eniaiitlinn, ITln.<<
i. 000,000( ) men 'nndcr aims ns a )late
I and from )parlixan purposes.rndeavor and Representative! supposed) tdbo ;
\\riter avers, even that member of men
to provoke discussions and) elected & Boarding Stable.JAItItIAGES DEALER IN
j j to the Legislature, I protest I might furnish serious occupation} a
rejoinder) that be used as of the Governor and
the action
against \
may weapons ::
'A I time, to a largo liusian army : mud WAUOXN IT I N K
N against the South with certain Council!\ refusing\ to allow the election 1 and from Steamers and Trains.

$ classes! at the North. returns to be examined by these Tiuiyicr and tibrallar.The Emperorof
Morocco has been recently fortifying CONTRACT FOR HAULINd, lire Famil it'Gro Cf'i tics d Provisions.GU810nl.rll
f .The opposite policy, as practiced by gentlemen. 'fhe Governor anti) Council ) s an
Tangier, a sea }port town near the Fall SALK'
:Blaine and others, of stirring up sectional << who constitute a returning board

hate, of employing taunting and in that State, allege that they are acting west entrance of the Strait ofGibrnll iioiisivs, BUGGIES, HARNESS, can rely upon gelling Choice Goods, ai
I ,Of this Spaniards) ) nothing but tho
u. complain CAUTri AND WAGONS.nd : ,
bitter language in attack, in order to (strictly according\ to the requirements
) that he has done it
,elicit, replies<< ) from high-spirited and 01' tho )law, and that no injustice andj.paiticularly .-1'Ii .f-oi eAI-III. 1'INIS'r nU'NUSare
1 with; the aid of the English. A portion of
S i fiery: men, that may by perverted and will be done) to any candidate.\ Whether ",t"nf1l( Stable-First Street, near Broom kept IlIlItul'!..
that inflammable ) almost)
people are .
Street Wharf. 4'J-tf\
represented treasonable\ or unpatriotic Senator Bin ino it1 to carry out his threatof ---- -

I utterances,' and so help) forward theparly invoking the! interposition; of the U. ready to ulIllcrtnkc'll'ru lulc after the S. aikes N "NS I .1 H CCI..LG.FOR K
manner of the times of I ,tlJelllt the ,
,in minds already) swayed by S. military force, to see a fair countingof YOUNG LADIES
Catholic these descendants

,Ju'l'judlec-this sort of policy! seems ballots does not ,
appear.OHIO '
of "infidel"' ) Moors who still AT

',,t's malignant and diabolical. rather than has one citizen ,not providedfor encamped in tho. north-west, of are Africa, CONTRAUTOR arid BUiLDER Foriiaiitlliiii, rioriUu.

Is i, human or decorous in its contemptuous in the national distribution of ollicers. .
the humiliations which centuries 'fUO'/lU'UH( I.VOLIiH ImUC.TI'N..1 !HPElal -
disregard of the claims of fraternity How can this oversight be remedied : ago, MaullfactureslIoUI.DI \ <' udvantiiK"" In PAl.NTIXi and DRAWING,
were inflicted for so p'liollupon aixlFKCNCKCIr.i\ :
: AND TURN1 \IV..Ic'
neighborhood and good) citizenship ? He was! talked of for Lieutenant true believers in Spain Some are still IHI.UoJI'EHI'(lS. DHACKETBWED<, !NK'VI-LS 1 l STUK RAILS For >li.ri(. nddroBH REV J II. MVEI'S,

"I. in order to gratify personal I Governor but was not nominated : WOOD EVVKS.1KOUOIH SlIE.\rU 1' :Jo.P""IIU..a. Jo la.
more indignant against' the English) ISO. WKATIiKKlUMRniNO: I<< AND .
a spite or promote personal ambition, or was' proposed} for Secretary of Stale, and with n show of reason apprehendthat FLOOUINO. II.CHosnm.:,
;advance: other selfish and partisan ob but them several other gentlemen
as are
since the engineers who tlo STAIR ,AM CIIUItC1iY11'IBA : GUNSJI"'I.,
jects. In our day even the most moderate willing to take that office,' it i isuggested is the work from and the ,.
come England, SPECIALTY.
: t and courteous maintenance by friends of Col. Fogg-the Fourth St., tot. Centre and Alachua.,
money to pay for it is supplied by AND WINDOW FIlAMrS OF ALL MZE3.
the rights of the ftntel-whidl: in pointof gcntll'II1I1I1J'efcl'rctJ to--that some kindof FEKNANDINA: FL*
London) hankers in
1 ''citizen ol case of nonpayment rest Office Box 174, Feruandiiiu. Fla. Guns made to ohler Oung and Pi+tol bought,
fact believed in by the **
are fOrl'ignmi'lsioll would bo the proper hy the government of Morocco, Jan 4 sal 'r fxrliaiiK' d. Work In Iron or brai done at

v I every, t"lc-is seized upon,by )passion thing,:uuden the circumstances. It.js the }place( itself may'lJc seized\ an'd I occupied FOR nl':\T.SI th Ail..orders lowcgt |promptly>rl ea. II'k"attei.ded repaired to. aud keys Sited

i and 1 prejudice and paraded as if it also suggested, in another quarter, that hy. ]:lIgli hIUCIl in liquidation of Work not called fur In thirty days will be B<,Id for
.YI RAJ. NICK ItOOSI.S for rent low In 1 tt
i rep-lr -
meant and could only mean the exploded citizens Ohio tilt debt.HALL'S, -_--.----_
for of to .
; now is the time : ... the CITY MART, corner of Centre and Third

and extinct dogma of secession ; overcome any ,little) surviving: / modestyon V'gl'lalJloSidlial1, IInir Rt'- Streets.Also the second story above 1\f"IIrl,8).t\d\! \ \ & GOOD, FINE LAUNDRY SOAPAT

and thus it is .in the view of many their part, as that) Ohio Administration !rjewer tins for many.years occupied<< an Ilro., corner Ash) and Third Streets.Apply THE-

with,whatever touches upon the right now ruling at Washington verysoon hon6rablQpace, | in'tho toilet of American to M. DOWNEY

women, and ,'has.} also\ attained .TJ-t _' _.In the_City Mart...
of ) pertaining Florida
111 self-government as and Ohio
comes to ,nn end, any popularity) in foreign countries. This Soap Factory
t 'to'individual States. The ('onnsulnow 15. C. ])UUYI E, ., ,
men who have not enjoyed an opportunity is because jit does perform what: it 'Vl\J.

given, and urged with complete acknowledgement of serving their country should pro mm! e8. Its warmest friends: are those JACKSOyVILE, FLA.
i : have used it and! those who General Commission Merchant,
whQ longest
; ) of virtue, intelligence, make known their claims without delay ) ,
souluHls the loudest those -
praise are
honesty and patriotism, as hclonuing Centre it., near H. R. Dep t,
who from actual experience and '
to'the people) of the North as well asi1f I ()IU laN XOTE& trial,have demonstrated that personal by FEnNASDlSA., !Rosin Tallow, Wax, SlifiiB, FurM,

Jho. South, ,,is resolutely) to avoid all its use gray\ 'l restored to its natural Kngnr, Syrup and Oranges. ,

issues j and discussions, the )presentingof !:! M'ar upon/ the English\ ,':Administration.Jr. ) color and dry, harsh, and wiry i-tf HAY, CORN, OATS.

,. Gladstone does not allow his seventy hair is made soft and! lustrous, a thingof / .-- ---- --- Taken in exchange For Pi Ice LM, etc. addrr
which has tendency to keep (
I'I any years and upwards to'prevent his dcaj-v, beauty, and a matter. of joy and! iyrilS. ANNE CLARKE, SOAP FACTORY."
alive'sectional. animosities ; and this inthe blows pride, to the wearer.Sub-Soiler and

rr l interest of,the entire country and) lug ponderous and dice-live his, Dfinocput, Corinth;. .Maas.Christmas Dealer In the choicest P.O. Pox 989 tJ .Sml) Jacksonville,Flr.y

.iutthe hope of, bringing about a better either upon innocent trees with ___. __._____n. ___ ____ ________. __
axe in hand, or upon belligerent<< Tories, MONCRIEF HOUSE
understanding and cordial good-will Fruit Ye etables
with that sharper weapon of his brilliant Presents ; ,
between all,sections and parties. :BY: MRS. :BUITI1TGT01T:
and lIe has !been Ac. ic., ,
biting speech
This to be a policy of hope .s.
fit appears recently) welcomed with great<< enthusiasm FOll ]: ;:EUYUOUY. Third Street between Centre and Alachua Streets, CORNER OF TINE AND" FOBSVTII STREET*,
hate it founded on ,a wise, estimateand
; in Scotland, and in an elaborate _____ rVrnaudiua Ha._ __ __ __7-tf'_n_ JACKSONVILLE, }'L4.,-., ,
of human nature. tt
appreciation ; our large Block or Furniture one run
I speech to multitudes of sympathizing hIROM\ valuable and,beautiful Clirintinu Centre Street
with good reason its advocates nlay expect and applauding Liberals, denounced freMUit fur old or young. Millinery TERMS $1.50 and $2.00 PER DAY,
the approval of Him, the authorof tif V

modern l society, of all that is bet ill these wars of late sustained by the. Handsome r' r ,Marble Top Chamber<< Sets, MRS. V. A.. \EDDA.UGII: According to Locution of Rooms.

civilization who said eighteen Uons>ervati\e: party as unnecessary, as, *& Black" 1iIiI"! Walnut Parlor Sets, has cmibtaiitly on hail a fine selection of the THIS WELL-KNOWN HOUSE IS CEN-
in our ,
highly censurable for the waste.juf ,"-' neaest Soles in DUE'S AND SIIAI 'E HAT- located and having been renovated
centuries ago in His words of biessing, British blood and treasure, and as'iti, Pretty Cottage, Sets;, ".'t4 lor Ladies, Misses\ ami Children) ; Rll, The throughout PropnetreHii will ,be haling kept ns hud a flrxt-clunu experience boiute.both "

'that'the meek; shall inherit, the land : LACKS: AND FLOWERS: also .ents1 and North and South will spare no pains for the com-
\'oh'ing'iobtlolls of the British consti Elegant Easy ptiairs, Keys' llai ol first quality. Call ai d examinr. fort of her palioiut. in making the house homelike -

-u. .'POLITICS.- tution. Ho' challenges the government Whatnots, Book Stands, Mrs. M. !is agent f>r the D,rnetic Perfect Fit. aiiy_i the_ city. _._. 33tfImproved
COXOKESS AXD ting Fahi,us. No one slum d tail to try them
AT Washington good deal of legislation to dissolve Parliament and order Centre Tables, etc., etc. I ---.--- Properly for

election and declares that the WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr. ."Ie ,
but with regard tomatters u new ,
is proposed, 3- We have a" large a'illOrlml.'lIt of VEHVIIAM Biil"..cnlx-r oflers for sale ten wr'ea of)land
of finance it is very doubtful) Ministry dare: not make this appeal to )SUMi: UOCUKHM.HID ('futr)' Brats Newsdealer Bookseller Stationer TilE ALU10N. Levy County, Fla., between Ar-
redondo and
Hronsoii on I the Atlantic Gulf and
'whether members of either of the two the country, for such have been the hacks), which make beautiful Chrl..lllb Wt->t India Transit Ituilroad. The land U all wellimproed

them changes in the opinions of the people, DEALER is lO\; ARTICLES under good fence, and Ima a comfortable -
great parties can agree among 1'reM'lIu.Call frame houne. There are SO peach trees-the
I ask for. Trice's and that a largo majority of members I't>en-to and the Honey reach2.; .'"> grape 'IIIe.-
selves what to' and Examine Our Stock. 312 (Centre Street, jFER.\A.\DL\A, FLA.R' Ncuppernong and Concord; 75 orange trees 1 to 3
Fort's resolutions, which oppose the would bo returned hostile to the present large variety of valuableurnaluetstallshrubbery.
would be drivenfront SANllOUN & IIOYT elf Paper. Picture fiamca. BrnclifU, Lampi, '
: and
financial recommendations of the President Ministry, they Criiqiirt S..... Haul OI.-.-.. Combs UruMhe-, etcPiprteika This property in a healthy and fruitful sltua-
believed) Oml'( 6-2w Second Street in great varl- tj. >111U. Hfwiug dlschlueNeedles. """. itO. UUKNS1DK.
and ore to -- -- .
i Secretary, -- Oil. etaCLIPPER *. -tt Mirror offii-e, Feniandina. Flu

.find .favor with 'a majority of the Itopublicans. a.rlluwy Looking to China H8 anAlly.. u*- T 11.V'gaA. -- ISK TAN"S- --. 7:1: -Cent---. -- .- -- -, --.. -

: Chinese Ulcers of'high military rank, SIIER1E1 '0 !'.\I,. S'l'UEE'1''lnRO'l'IIEU.

THE Secretary of the...Treasury estimates it is announced, will be present at the W. LOIIMANN'S UNDER and by \irlue of an execution issued FERNA""iDINA. FLA.,
the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judi- UauuCtrtareri\ and Dealers In Cook and Parlor
the revenues,, for the next, fiscal) tpproaching review of the Germanarmy. dial C'irtMiit of Florida for Nassau County, on a

-: ,year at $288,000,000,. and the regular FAMOUS Judgment Court iu Civor therein of the rendered lioanl of the I'uttliu lull tenuof Instruction Mid Stoves Heaters. Ranges

at $178,098,000, leaving Last when there was-a prospectof : of N1Ull.\JUl1ty.and against litlut llillnncs,ujniiiiixtralrix ,
expenditures year, of mime e,tale of Liberty Billings. deceased Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
about ten' millions not appropriatedThis (l fighting between England and Russia and to me tlirvftvtl. 1 have levied UIMIII Roofingand
.. PREPARED FLOURONLY and will otter for wile to the hi ;hl'Oot Udder,lioiore Guttering.
small surplus U likely, to bo exhausted in Afghanistan: ,English journals the Court-lou.e door,at Feruaiuluiu, on the first
Monday of January, lv<() (being the tilth day of ia t
; by special appropriations. ft\CkOIll'tll1p the advantages: : of securing Mid month),within the legal hour sale 011 said Just Received
and armed 1 alliance between day,the tollou injf ileM-rilxNi real e.late.or all the
CONGRESS adjourned six months ago an active right title and interext of the Maid e.tute of IJbrrty lar' :" u>n.igDment otSiovea.TILE .
for the of.U Great Britain,, and China. This FIVE CENTS PER POUND llilliiiKH.dm... Hl. tht"rt'ln.'ia" : l..ot.7. 8 and
,. without providing payment V in lilock No. 31; Lots 1,7 and M in liloik: &: ; COOK** JI 'Ell'
'. S.fllrshals, and' political jour- season the Urrman ,Army Juunutl discusses : lx>U lOaii.l::In Klot-lc U; lxjt.3, jl1",1\: Block:
many: I n; Lot 7, IUofk7: Ix>U 3. 6, 7 und 8 iu ltloclc3H: ;: t.
'rials"then predicted that U. S. Courts the probabilities of war between Lot 1. HlOI.'k.l: ; 1.04 3. Block: li: ; Lou 1 and S in NOT appropriately be uuder-uld.baClaell U Jewel We WILL
Block X) ids 8, tI. 19, :2) rust 3:!. Block 10 lx
; :
*ihust'bejclosed- J and justice could not be Germany and Russia, and points out j sat .AT OU) I*! O.: Hl'lLIUMi. 3. 4, 5, 6, Block 34; LoU, S, lilock 3t; Lots ;1. 2.>3 U. -1,11 Corner 3d and ASHE bts.'
: Marshal have the benefits to be derived by Germany 4, 8, 6, 7.h, tI. 10, 11, 13. 13. J4. a::. 33. 31. Block: No. -- -- --- -
dispensedLut; the gone XOTICK.1UYS M-alt In the City of Fernandma Nac.uu aunty Ur.u'riIIJU C. FORD,
in their attendance upon (rom an alliance with China, which I, 1 Mate of Florida, or M much of aid real e tate**
straigbt'lon milllt \ >> from UiU .the'"court, and for the discharge of'Tuch this military critic thinks would be a X WATCH$ or other urtU-ledlhat lave been Terms Nab, purvhaarr* ....yinte for titles.ftrtKK lJR.\'TI81;
left on lilT band for tme year, for the charge CONE, bheriff.reruauJiaa.
in the
duties, there is no doubt what natural ally of Germany event turaiiurt them. Nov. 29. 1 TU. Fourth Street, between (' u.re
; of hostilities with the Russians.= The J. W. STARK Mini AlHclmu
order thl'lll'to NtreetM.FERXANWNA
will .
e'er'that.. Congress Watchmaker.December 1MUNTIXO, In e\'t'I'1I1t'le.
Journal shows that with China in 0, 187V. tlt\ 'owt*t rate, at the )llR Ot. 45-if
.e paid. FL.V.THE
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LOCAL 1 EI'LECTIO'S.a : J I :AT a meeting; of the' Board; : of County; ; !r' The State Fair. Furnituren.sf Iteeetved.Messrs. ATLANTIC, ci LF'W ST INDIA

r . -- COlI\hti$!ion'ri.l11 the 10th, a'resolu i It has been determined .by the'vari- :: Sanborn te Hoyt, Second TRANSIT RAILROAD.

/ |a Correspondents, 000 tion was adopted"requesting the Gor* on* societies of the State to hold the i, street, extend a general invitation to j

Arid perions having business with thN paper, ; will error to suspend! )((1'. W. B. Untcliff, II tifth annual Fair at Jacksonville\ on the public to examine their largo and\ TIM+: O>Vltl > NO ttl.rl ." I

please direct to. FLORIDA- -- JIlimoR-- .. Kenmndiim.otlce Tax Collector of this county, until he the 24th of February. We hope the i complete stock of furniture, which baa I III .. ,ft. Juno mill, 1879. lan1Na ,.

\ to Keekeeper has made n full settlement of his )past; mistakes of past years may lead to : been added to tho present week by not'TH.

Hollering that ninny of our miWrilx. i\re lovers collections.: The Governor was also earlier tll'liOIl1111 to a more methodi shipments from New York, enabling) Leave Forrmidtu.. . .10311. ut
Arilxe l1a..t'll !ioaI..1 I 18 a iiiArriveU.Lahrn
of honey, and would keep been enough to anti : them oiler the best I I .13 11kmI I
; requested t to make an ad interim appointment. I t'al'\1'rtngrnrBt systematical! man: to \'nril'ty'l'r
supply their own table at tent If they knew I I Armw linlii-t. ..U 611 pat
how to do! it, we have made arrangements to supply \ The action of the Bonn!, agement. One peculiar drawback hasalways seen in this market. oltfI AI rave Ur.u>ly liranch.... 143 \> mi
.. Arrhe liniil\\lii....... 116 nii .
--- i p (.
1 them the Heekeei er'n Mitftntinr a :'U'lNiKt! 1 as stated in the I preamble) to the resolution been that the many apparently I I Fall and Winter Clothing. i LerleiLilltwiILu..u. .. .... 1 43 .' ru J
monthly, at mily $!.(*> a ytar.-orluer price $1.50. i is ba; ;ed on the fact: that Mr. unimportant details have been unprovided i ArriVu .Mixtlt .' .........J: Oil pin i' _"
lfc'Mi li' this J. & 1'. : rec'ivingthcir 3 4-4
< we rim liirniili nil latent Itooks on Kydd arc now i Ant\o l.uwt'y aol11 t
the Hntt'lilr t has utterly refused failed or for until the last minute and\ Arrivu'ltwpleN( ... 311 piu
together with nil articles mod h InbcckeepiiiK. I fall stock of mens', jouths' and boys'clothing I Arrive Maiko..... :M 17 put l' ,
nt the lowest price. The MnymiitcIs neglected to make such settlements, I then some unsatisfactory make-shilt I which thl'ullcr nt."tn' low- Arrive 11iur>>ton ...... .... .. 3: .14 p inArihoWMiio I
full of information for beginner, maul gin\ (-* whereby Nassau county is deprived of has \been resorted to. The superintendent I .... SfNpiu J
prices. AnI \utt&.iiiPnleu.u. 4 84 Pin
advice Just when needed each month In the )'cr.1Ye _. ... ,
its several r should choose intelligent timid -.0 Arrl\.oAr..1\01lOIo..6.,4 put
just revenue, amounting to
will furnish theJlrror and the Mngntintiu Some More Arrive lUiUni... A 40 I' ui I
nil who apply,on receipt of the price?$.'Linoa yeiir.SUHSCRIPTIOX : thousand dollars" competent subordinates' early enough Arrive ." .- ft M p m
---- -_. .- .- to insure their becoming' familiar with Of thoso nice French Broadcloth nndTweed Arrive HiviiiMin .... n 4t p m '
Arrh.oOtll.'ft.rnk. ..... 7 41< |. niAriivo
: $'.OO a )'t'nr. $1.K( for Fernandtna's largest Sit lpaim cut. I every mailer that will bo likely to I I Coats still on hand, and will be 1l01..w..otl S ya p tu .t ?,

six months. The British: steamship A'niV/rnr, sailed I come under! tho care of each The sold out much below cost, by ( I Aiii eted.eKey .NohTH. V !apallwoINtl r

------ from this for Liverpool octlS: M. DOWNKY.lloottt Leave t'I.re'. .. ..... .. 430.111
Town Top test.HOLIDAY port Wednesday i exhibitors should bo induced. to luixi: Arrive KoKcwmd. ... .,.. .... 1l": H luArrl
taking consigned by -- '-- potter Crt>,>k 603; mArrlvo
a cargo their articles tho grmulll-al'llll\ll\
goods are arriving. :: on \ and Shoe*. II nnmiit .... 7 0.a iu :

Cflltl nIAS loss than two weeks away. \\ in. Lawtey, valued nt SfiO/JTo t ) ; the in place, the day previous:: to tho day 01 A netll"k just, received at J. A T. Arrive Arc ll.tt),,er n.,.... 1117..11I 7 An I HIArrive. j

IIlo valuable shipment ever made opening : and no ono thing will go k'ydd. Arrive Arr< iloiMld.... .. h nil: a >uArrl
'I'llIweatht,1': is u favorite theme jut from this port. It consisted of i7-00; ,' further to accomplish this than the _--_ __ _. 'e (laluecvnlit..... .. 8 6.. uiAnlve .1
I I Walilo A.:> ant
rtnr lint
.now. hacks: cotton seed, (' ,Ol6(1N( (}n Ibs.), aSH I I fact that competent persons are already I AfI'hll.lhllr. . .. ..tll) tJ.m
J. it T. I\ydd have just: received anew Arrive !M.rk*. ..104U a uiArrlvti
HUI8 \JoS8 i is booming; at Uishop's orange bags: sea inland cotton, ((14(;!.W Ibs.), on hand to take charge of anti Tuiuiiei.. .... ..1"4-* titAirnolwiwlev ,I.

packing house. and SI bags! short cotton, ((38, 78 Ibs.). arrange the exhibits. !' stock bottom of gents' I line hats, latest I i ArrUe Mutviilu.... .. ... llf)3 lldU ala in t.'4

dust election next TlH'Slt.De.. The steamer: drew 10J)! feet of water. Wo believe it would be iv good move, styles at prices.at Alrl\811..1.I\\lu..... ....1-J31: p m li
.... .
I.U \U IllihlOlU .1147: p IU .
rember llJth. On her way down the river she WitSI'lIlnll.d also, to select competent judges upon \ .tan College Arrive tsraiidy lliiiuh....... 1 dU, pin I
/rrlve "urt.."........ ,. 1J.I p ni l
Tel: Sovernor-Geiieral of the Hithnni.H by the dillerent steamers inport tho various departments: and pay; (hem l (' openeu Monday, October :lloth.? Arrive" t;:.li.l..u... .. .... .... ... iiAipuiorrivtt

: is expoeled on the ..tll till. i I ( and by the mills. The Kaiitciir, it for the work they do ; and! if one person 1'&i pits received ut any time rand at the Arrive Hail trrutiutlim"'m'.... J:U 6J 4u p p iu tu

will be remembered' was here during section usual I rates. D. K. MAX11'ELb(
THK or one by superior) productions .
: steamship City of! Attain i is expected I
last J1.nunry.; amid will make another ('lIn1'1': )' oil' all the prcmiumns To the citizen of Florida this institution HIII'frlllhLll'nt,
tn murruty, from New York.A "
; voyage to this port during the present I let the decision bo, so made. The Milords every t facility near home E ti.1)ttiiA Cl: UAI. UAIJ.UO.\1J: :i iI

HAND Ol' all has been sowing melody I. winter. The Glendale[ Capt. Doherty, elFect will be a future benefit We for tho thorough education of their I I :! JACKIUNVII.LK, t'L..., M. 6th. 1876. ). !tI
broadea over the streets lhiwl'k. On out n'ter tiila mo, Irali ou tUU toad will 1
of the line i is about tho I
same expected' have seen too much weighing and balancing
run u* full-.w-1 I
_... .
Ilnl1ght'J's.'i' -- i
17th instant. i of section anotherin MAIL ANU KXI'ali88-UA1LY. ;
one against II' (;OOdH.A Leave Jwk-oiulllti.... ...... ..... B !lit) pin J
CAi'T. JOSKPII: LoxmroRTii, with his the! awarding premiums. It is bad l.i'uvu White Home... ........ ..0 14 put ',' j
Grant tornlug to Florida few cases of nice fall goods just 1 e.vu lUlilwiu .. .... .. .... .... ..7 IK pin I1
pile driver, arrival this port' Fridayat The itself\ policy because it is not a ju>: t policy. arriyed and now opened in the City Drive urbjvillo.. ... ....... ..1.7III\ pat ; l ,
4 a. III. following explains : absolute l.tmvtf >aiidt. ( LI.ES11.1.... Dec. ', l.siH.1ull. Let merit carry I every prize, Mart, and will bu Mold without reserve, a.t'a"Ulua"'II.. ........,.... ... H 4.1: p m I \
lhh: OItm: HKNUY: will preach at Hamilton and future fairs will then be worthy ol Liave.Mt ('IIrrlo.. ... ....1).e 0113: i> mAmv t. ,
Pi. ", Jr.: with balance of
together goods
now on at IjikeClty......... .. ... V 110 p lit > I j
the Presbyterian, church to-morrow, attic MY( DEAR: :m-I: have your letterof the people of the State of Florida. hand] M. I DOWNEY. Li'HVo ItvoOnk ........ .. .....3 Ibani *
t the 28th November by : Arrive .t 'Ikl 'tinlie.. ... ... .7 mi II III ,
tisnnl hours. / Another thing : wo hope' to see the .. __ 0_ _. ..." Arrive Il All>..i')'.... .. .... ...... .IO 4&.111 j\ t
that the 2C' th or 2()th of December, "lrhll.&HI\v..lllllb.\I.O lilli J ,
Miss; ROBERTA HARUISOX URACKWKLL: probably; \ the latter, would be convenient gambling/ operations of every description ) MALLORY'SFLORID.1 1..h\.VII'I.I\II.... ... .... .. 4 3il, p iuLrkvo J1dI. i ,

Savannah, is spending the winter at days to have me go to New York. excluded\ from! the fair grounds .Ib.ny.''.io..5.. .... .un..u..4 10 45 p put uil.eieT ;.A',fff{. ';, i, ,HJ

the Mansion( House.A Thelth\)t will suit me quite well, but Their presence there is an insult: to allrespectable \ \ ] i nrrn' i Mi'iim) i I ('.\o l.lvoOitk ... .... ....... .... .-J IS am 1. i. .
since I wrote to you last an invitation \ LINE. I.U.IviUikuilty... ....... .... a 80 n m J
HIDING club composed of )people.Call. \ Laura Mt. Currlc.. .. ..... .. 4 l IS ft m
} young hits \been sent to me to accept( a special( .- ..- 1.,0111.1'0.' .. ...... ... ....4 40 ft ml.tltVt
ladies!: and gentlemen has been organized car to KeyN est, Fla., and pussage > ...'...1.1..11.I ... ,,'n. .... ft 'Jll A..m
from there to Havana to leave New hait. l.>nuU.rbyvhe; :::::::::: ::: ..,.6 M ain i ,
in this city. Did you ever think of it? All lho.se Levu UK itwlu........... .... u 40 a ml.mvn J
York 1'hiladelphia: or Washington ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. While Mmino.... ....... ....7 HA I'"
J. E. MKDDAUGII, J. W. StarK told W. about the 2tth) or _'i tit of December. long trains (that go into Fcrnandinnloaded Arrive Jiii-kMoiivllle, . .... .7 60 ut Il

A. Jones represent} Nassau county on If I accept this I shall not go to New- with logs, come from this: part On Mall. tu mid Mud t 11.X.inn|1./1'111. Ji Train kutmvllin Bteeplng to slant'urn tU ruutlironnh { r j i *

the U. S. Grand Jury York ,before my return next spring. of Nassau' ..I.). I licaii 1\101'1 I hit C'IIII run turuuyli to mutt I rout
On the whole, I think it is better. to J"dlao"v,118Iu,1, -iMllaliHpm-H. ''' iSI'(
HAS: the Feriiandinian comprehended : Some improvement is going on hen: ...... > UltNiNIsA\ rXI'KIHH (DAILY )
average defer going until that time.If '\\.. ; :-(1': I,HVU JA kmimllii'.......................II. 16 a m
tho fact that we have two anything should detain 'Mlle so as Mr. Kelly has enlarged his dwelling) t'1" ;" Arrive lUlilwli,.............,..............13 3u pin
to make it to' g6to New 'Mr. O'Dbnald has finished! his and Anlve t'eriiftiulum. ............ ..'.....? a 4U p utL
/foreign steamship lines ? nccessany: by T1IU FINK HTKAMKIlN, ...uve )'ernmi'ii''..........,...?.........IU 'M a IUl.mvu
York I will inform you us soon as I the judicious application of paint, )Jr. \ |II.i il4lu In..1 W: I pin
THE annual meeting of the Santa Fc am made aware of it. ." 'Id'1'cry WES'rJinN: TEAS Arrive Ji kminy II....,................. j :M/ p m
'Canal i Saunders has rendered his now home l'...i imi'm fur K ru.u>'ili.. mud IVnar: Key take
will take
Company place at
yours, attractive CITY OF AUSTIN Ihli tiaiu., Mo train fiom UaMwIu to ttd.r Key ou
\i1 )Muhoney has.
U. S. GRANT. quite r. ; ,
Waldo on the 18th instant, at 10 a. l1). -undiiy.
lately: ) erectedA substantial dwelling.! CITY OF DALLAS.AHTKAMKHOFTHIM I'ul man I'alkre HIcepliiK r.ri run throunh to and \ '
IN the midst of this business t from "...k. .II"III.I mul liavulII.1I1| aUo through
; great
Our ConntiItoad.. Wo I'nrlthat the)last named. gentleman lue-niiK earn belwten J. ouvllle and Aloiitgoiuery -
boom' comes tho depressing intelligence People living in tho country not in will the Christmas holidays I 1.1 tor SI'New: will York It'II'r.and Alk.Uutiuctk. 6
spend / g at JiickmnvlH. with. the ""t Julius river
thnt' lager beer has taken an upward the immediate nit), of the city arc at his old home in 'North Carolimi. irom Florida New York.I'I..rl'ut 3 p. in. :! ICuM Klvur, every Fridaynir loan' era; at lUliiwtu. with A. li., W. I. I. ll.lt.lorCrdwr 1 1i
Key, Ualiieii\llie, (I'alllllill mud p huh/
tendency. generally opposed: to the i issuing of Listen for tho music of mnrriago) bells, Thin J.ine, liavlnir and .Nt-w no I Iruimfi'Mto York, ulu-m make HIM Ul I IntweenJurkwmUlle anil !North.,.rod Writ; lit Lkke ily x lib J. 1'. At M I It 11. r
lor .lIa" ", Albjiiy, MtVaii' h, kid polut.North .
Miss MASON and deice, from Cambridge bonds to repair the county road, and Miss: Eugenia Jones of ytarke, 'who dll'lIl""t IruII"llOrllllllllllu| Flnrl,Li.hipl.'n.. | | aud t We.t. .1, p. MclitHOY.Mitero / .

.Ma K., and 1 Misses Merritt( and no doubt almost a :.(,lid veto will be has been. visiting: t l at Kiklar'c"returned; ( Orll"/t. will rriche..chd care In IIIIIIIIIIII/t. W. II. DAVII'tK, | rkbtpurtatlon..

Gordon, of Connecticut, are stopping cast against\ : bonds\ outside the city.It home Tuesday.Dev. -RIliNt"IIJ'r Arf'oiiiinitdHlloiiM. urcFIU.HT1'1. U. f. and T. A. -.. ..-d.c...7u. .
: SS.Tha .
ut the Mansion House. i is claimed by the county people Dr.. Myers,' of Fernandina, will S. CAKES

THE )Wextrrn Trra arrived from NewYork that the road has benefited but a few preach at Callahan next Sabbath. of IUKKUT IravrlhiK U.VK tmblln, WlilloVI are uflVrcd ANY the adviintiiueH CJIA.\UM. ,

Wednesday: ,maul proceeded'to, who live only u short distance from It is gratifying to note the interest, COUIlt'l'IIUII"llIlIde ut JnckiHjiivilla with all *t..ain-
(tout. lor all IMIIIIU on the HI. John', lick I"wlilm
Jacksonville. She returned yesterday, town, and that the whole county is manifested by tho Mirror, in education guilt Indian Ki\rrn, and with the '1'ritiwll Idtilroiulat
FcriiundiiiH lor all railroml stulluu.ln Florida.
and sails to-day for New York. called upon to pay (axes for the benefit i it al matters.' *

Miss MAMIE IJiaiior, daughter of t of the few. When nsked! why the I The editorial (in tho last Mirror) on Freight and Passenger Rates Lower

Iron 1*. 1'. Bishop: ha:. returned from people consented tIt< i issue the bonds to "'I'eacllers'and:Taxes"; has the ring ol than by Indirect Lines.

school Greenville, S. C., and i-" with build the road a pcrmiincnt; resident of the true metal. In'a now country like 4.-..Through Reins und IIIIU. of Ladlnic to 1&11IN.hll. County Undertaker

her parents at the Mansion Hoiiff..AMONG : the county remarked that "tho election ours, facilities for educating the masse* .1'lexincr.uf thin 1,1 lie Mill direct from Frriiiindlnu ,
through ill such \ to XAStiAU, *'. l'.. under vontruct with fit
the passengers ?from NaryYork was put : a way must be constantly multiplying. AH the llulminaii (lovurninent. ""lllIr. the only ....- FEJINA1TDI17A, FLA. l r
that we didn't have: any.show at nil. immigration increases!' ignorance grows lII..rlllhaL land nt the pier inHJMUII..
by the Wtdern Texas, were five It, W, riOlH'HYVlCK. Again Couaiautly on bandMETALLIC
The measure was defeated, but somehow pace, FernaadiiiH.
sisters of St. Joseph recently arrivedin .
New York from France by the we were counted out. We want no 'retrogression; a pause, !tiara J lumt Uiver, New York. 2 If BURIAL OASES,

There dues not appear to be much c\'cn. is death to our public, tI ch 0011.1. \

steamship Labrador. interest taken in the matter in the city, The Mirror is.,onjthe' right tack." -Let U oo A TIGHT exhibition was given SI Mary's River Pac ct Iu Itoiewood Walnut and oilier wood.
rope and there will be but u light vote poll the good 1 :work go on., JERKMIAH.: J

ut the foot of Centre street, Tuesday, ed. A county comrnU-ioner said yesterday .. UVUE11'1'AKEftl' 4UU1)N. i

ii rope being stretched from the roofs whichever way the' election Hotel ;Arrival& MAHONUJ AND OTHER HII'I.EMH. HUIIOUDH :

of two buildings. The performers are went, it would relieve I the board of responsibility KUMOXT HOTKI .- 'Alilum grail wile N Y; MmPorter ;;)l / AND KOUKH.Emtalalng y
gild two children Miiw Ik-He Tucker. )11...
now in Jacksonville.MR. : \ i and pl.icu it upon the W t'tt'rmlln. TitiiMvllle. I',,; J H Ituwt, Clinton, :' none
I Tenn Clitt C I'rice! Newark. N J Win I* KU-in- i J
; ;
.S. O. JOHNSON, banker and steamship people, where he thought: it belonged.. lug CliurleMon, H O. II 1C L Ikflu-r wife MIH! threeilaiiglitrrn reiuovkl.
lio'lm ttihuuird fur .
agent, of Nassau N. 1', and fam.ily London Carnutn' ; N \\'.yl PhlluAiti. Htr. FI.OICA KUNMULH lilt.."... I In. safety .njarkiit c4. ) i 3 '
idiiit, 1'u; U U Niuyer, )I luu; Baud U your., I'wrt I Iattsbtbtn
Wm. N. McKenny, of Baltimore, -alUJfU Light Artillery Ball ,,'linlon O; Jn II 1'riiu, lieu H WilMi, fiiidnnull CAKT. JOE HYTITH I order by wall or UlrgrapU will reorlv prompt 4
O; W Kilzwuller N Y; (J 1* well Maid wife
and Alfred L. Edwards and family, of This was, to use an entirely original Fiu; {'hu.Iwl..r, l' H A; J .V )Moore Klu; A 0t4uyder .1 Will ?aye J'oruuUlla..r1 MONO Y end TllfKH.DkV lUiueiubrr that I km Opponvd to LIMb prices ,1 k .

Hudson, N. Y., are stopping at the expression, "a decided buccess." In ; J I,'l'uUerw I'ouerv hi N IxAil J; Win*, II F 1"1)1011.HyUer.till Mluville.Klu VIlIUlIt". .. at 8k. u. Irvin CKNIUK: THICK I' DOCK fur OrnCR IN 8AM1HHN 4 IIOYT'H OLD 8TOKE.Ua .

fact, it may bo called a "boom. We IM; A I. t'lwltrJ., wife eliiMreii tied nuroe, Mr 4 titXOND; STKtltT.J.iCKNOXVIM.i: '
Egmont. '' II U KUwunlx, Mr li V Auicel. Hu.!-., X'j; Traders9 11111 .... __ '
'. \ Sun and Press has sent our special reporter there, with Win N McKt-nny, JJ ltlmort'. lid; Jno It Ixlnrrinif. -
THE instructions to bring fulletails, including Vii II V I'ultenun. fuiljuUlphi; H O John and all InUrmedlaU LauJluga ou th a Mt Uary'iUlvcr. : .
discovered that "A railroad man of on, wife mid two children Minn Joliiuun Nu.'- \
minute I and accurate accounts of NUU. N I'; 1C J foi".rmlinlInd wife K.iftUlo. !N Y;
few words and many deeds, has his ; I>r J H Townsend MiiwTownwnd, liu.Uimure.Md. Iron and Brass Foundry :
IIIllN of ..
the )ladies' dresses.! The notes he madeupon Through Lading d
eye on a roalrod, in prospective, be. ANDMA0ii1f'E *
and Fernandina. Our the occasion! are, we regret to say, The Singer Sewing Machine. FROM liEyanK. by taw BOBHITS LINK of -.
tween this city utterly worthless ")Ii...* \\'. X.-beauliful Mr. Juhn Mackenzie has taken the flCAlUBs to kit polui/ ou the Ut. lI.r,-. SHOP. !
neighbor be in close proximity
city may Jt uniform 'fan and I pink slippers ; g'ncy"of this excellent sewing ma. Clone: I'oiineellnii ., 1
by rail with this rity ere long,
noticed officer squaro-cut dress, long chine and U'now' prepared to furnish
id miles us the crow flied" I made with tbs New York Iud HkvkDuab Lteewer.flak T. J.
.v only! twenty. freight train. MiA.. B. C-dark all supplies and repairs necessary for I, all"yiodk "'C.re of .lfl&WOI' Uarflownr.,. JTer- MURPHY .; ,i

IN the U. S. court Tuesday, in the dress, hands all. ,.rUlllJ Asked ladyon it. Ho sells.the needles at 25 cents a "aoiJlua. Proprietor.Steam '

case of T. S. Alberti ,,"S. the St. Mary's in red white} and blue, with dozeii nnd aJl'othcr articles at the GOOD ACCOMMODtTIO.NH fo' Fka.en .'.. Kt b
stage, riloiilaU rod T<>urlal. will find "'.Je. vary atk. 4
Itiver Lumber Co., James McGittin receiver fine open countenance, to waltz ; got prices established by the manufacturer.Call ) Uve trip aa U. ko-iwry U tread awl klll(.", "
and otbrr, K me are ..buud'Dt.'ut and
the clerkpay Engines Mills all
ordered that Sugar>
it was ,
and the late
no reply ; we sin-. see Improved .Singer further luluriuAtlou apply to ,

to the.said James McGiftin out, of the most complete machine in the II. t. BILLI! O'<, kinds of Mill Machinery bulit

? funds} in the regibtry, $26.50, l Bingthe i Ties fur South America. world. X S 2S"tfollre- -J'.ru."dIDL- -. -na.. ." .J:.'

amount"stated in said claim as &due The bark Palo Alto Capt. Griffin, -. - \ to Debtor and C'redllom. or repaired.FIIIST '

to said ){cGiffin, and that all the other cleared Thursday for Brazil ,*. Hh' a fete Fall and Winter Hood "1cpterubrr Y OTICE .. L. r 1M7U"l>y ifiveu UslUm that of wtuitia.lretbrr Oil the Tab of .J..
items be Again referred to said master, cargo of 15,1.6 cross! ties, valued at J, & T. Kydd are now receiving every 'JIbJ1eoJ.ware irrmiilKl..'twluiinUtr tu the uiHlerdnietl.Uir ol the attire and he of WM duly ... .

and that he examine such witnesses aa I $3Aand) measuring iVV'>:> feN.. They week largo shipments of Fall and Winter .L toy'.UM+ MMM|. Let" ftt NOMMII iounty..C'liarlre The.. ASD STRICt PCSCTUAUTT 1J111li $PLi:.
6!,re,all perw>iu -hrir.,enMtiUm,and other hr. -. '
and chipped by Messrs. Drew &; Buck!, pllttsk, dry goods, dress good/; clothing *- ,
may be produced before him l report were tug 'L& lug of any inure wlutMwvr !Mcalttkt the Or<1.,. from dtrte.ici .W receive careful.
their testimony and hw findings of Elln ill t', Another bark is on her hut and cap, |hoots antI shoes, .authenli.... of..the*...|,dtfomuMMl.witliln two will ytatn(reetit from Ibein.the bublf.duly prowpl,. etottdue.tROPDAYn.. a84,vr.

this court the second Mon. way to this port from New York to Lich, .they ,are ceiling at the lowest cutiou v f thu .rtotit. or dray will !<. barr d, and JlUK
thereon to aU {,rr.u.ia '...hol..... to ".ttl. eats are rplu.at.Q TNIi lUll' TUIDdee'T ;
,day in January next. take a similar cargo for time same firm, market prices, to ...... ....,.......t. 'U "a..boous.. Its, .

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AG1l11UIdrUtIAIw cnt'worm whit'h'nlnylbe, found\ out of TilE FLORIDA

his hole on his round ofmhrhief. The ck T. :oo.:
THK I'no'niXTiotfo)' *' tG"n-Ol1e of .!.;'number of these vile worms destroyed j LAND AND A D IMMIGRATION
the most t, impoitant results from thoimst.yeiUs .'by the cat-,bied is r0l1ntlc =8. What if
} of tlxtril'aglllH'C'II+ lc nntl i I he docs take a few half "ripe raspberriesor (
(-peculation ittul the most: beneficial, \is strawberries?" Let hi.'ti: have them, CompanyOFFERS
limo increasing; attention everywhere I we owe them to him ; ant if we cannot GIFTS !
given In Blowing; the grout staples well spare them, why, then )lot us lay HOLIDAYIN
which furin the basis of national pros our plans) to raise more.Ve must not GOOOOOOf ACRES
perily and wealth, In the production) I think of mtirdpiing! our creditors cim
of the cereals, tho widely and rapidly )ply because they call nloll1 to pay ASSORTMENT. the most ACCESSIBLE and
extending cultivation} is! creating a no our just debts, .
, i .easily: for more careful I husbandly so as : -- < -. -. DESIKAI3LE lauds in the .

r to secure the largest returns for the STATE OF FLORIDA
)labor bestowed.Improud A full stock 11/\8. just been r'ch'cdI1d; every Department: is replete: with ,

methods\ are being deviled l c CI1KA1'; : USEFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS for Holiday Presents in at only $1.25 per acre to new settlers -
and just in proportion as facilities increase -r 3 Vr'g w ith the piivilego of selec-

': for extending, the production to I tion in p trcels of 40 HCI.tlN or more.

:. new of them ICI'rilllnil"to market! i::the it found transportation nereistrylor ; I DRY'. ,GOODS DRESS: GOODS These ijiuda are located ou andttdjmccnt

the older territory to economise its = mid t" time line of the Atlantic -
fyKtem, impiovc its methods, and se I r11 Mr s Gulf and ,,'( +t India Transit

cure a inurow 'margin for waste andextravagance. e' fF Co.'s 1{. R., exteudii.g from Fer-

I ., In I no) product of extensive f '14 Y.. Fancy Goods and Notions.KLACK tHlJ(1inlon the .Atlnniic, to Cedar
uc" and necessity, is (thi I more
the Gulf coast thus af
The i Key on ,
in that of
than -
apparent) ( ; : nugar.
necessities: \ l of the people) have induced i'f fording to the producer cheap,
k c ')0,. guveruntcutltl aid in various'countriesand I I a : CASHMERES A SPECIALTY constant and rapid, transportation

r": \ :States: to induce the production' of,I ar111a if to the !best markets.
sugar from l'lJotoalld\ various\ substances 1, ars'ap '
trmurpnssc l in quality I\lId l prior, marl l will compare favorably with wimples from other cities.Srtf" The belt of country traversedby
not, to be dependent upon
so us
I the Transit R. lt. embraces
natural the cane of
the : :
product, sugar
Is:n compound of the vlrtnos of Rariaparil-
tropical and semi-tropical countties, la, MHllingia, rnalllrak'e'lIo\\' dock, with
and the result, is! that ooe-lhird of the ;I the iodide of pota4h! and Iron all powerful Special Goods, not in stock can 'be ordered through us, thus fiord-! EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto

sugar supply of the world is from (he) I Idonil-inaUinji\ hloo. -<'lc'an4lnt.! ;: and<< life-sus and other All be found in the State, a large
Hi-menM. It is the safest, ,ing A SAVING TO, T1IK CUSTOMER of Express' charges.
taining;: purest
beet and now tho ol'lhcruIatoi::) are .
l I and most effi-ctual. alterative medicine proportion being peculiarly adapted -
preparing( for an exlcn lr>lye use ot corn known or available to the puhlic. The sci- such orders, carefully: t lll'llT NI'.iV; YORK PRICKS by our resident buyer. to tne culture of SEMl-Tnon-\
and ,sorghum for tho )production of II iMii'i-s! of medicine and chemistry have never s
Kiigar., All of which admonishes: the produced ho valuable a remedy, nor one so ,*!I1t 3T. cfc T. IKLYJDID o\L FRUITS and Early Vegetables,
South, the cane growing :States, that to impure to ('l1reall disease.! ; Scrofula from and The L'irye! Compact Jlodieti r/

hold) their) )position anti maintain the all scrofulous"loot l. It diseases euros Erysipelas And, I'(G tf a tyf Corner Centre and Second :Streets.: Timber make these lands worthy

t I'C8:4rlll'c'Olllpctition heretofore sustained Hose, or St. Antlionj's Dire, IMmples of CAREFUL EXAMINATION by maUUfaclurers (I
they must improve( their" system\ Hiul Fuce-Rrubs; Tustiilcs, Illotclies, > il/'j;/) '
'of cultivation and improve their machinery folio, Tumors, Tetter, Humors, ;Jo 4.THIS,: SPACE IS RESERVED FOIlAFoL of LUMBER AND NAVAL
for the manufacture of the Salt Hheuin, Scald-head, ill ; : STORES.
31ereurlmhll ;
i :
Ulcers, Sores, Uheuinatism,
7 cane. It has been found that the ''im, Disease, NvuralRla; 1'Ymale Weaknesses ,,.: O 'V I' 3XT O .A. NEW SETTLERS purchasing
l prowcdntethadsofluninitnctnreiilremulydlscovereI\ ROll IrreKUlnritics; Jaundice, land from this are furnished -
? company
will increase the amount of Affections, of the Liver, Dyspepsia, >n j : Jacksonville Flu.
sugar twent .-ti\'l! per cent, .or more, Emaciation, and General Debility. '.1.. ,:'j with entire free paxsaye on
i and with due'economy in,the management By 'searching: and cleansing; 'qualities r +MAJt:' t LE WIRK "3. the Transit R R. for family and
the of'cultivation ) it purges out the foul corruptions which K the station
of t hu C'I'Op in process contaminate the Mood and cause derangomeut ; I personal' effects to nearest -
and harvesting, It'i J'conlClllll'll und decay. It Htinmlates and enlivens the laud purchased.TI .
that we may, ,maintain a successful the vital functions, promotes energy; and E.D.J::. ROCKWELL, AGENT ,FOR FERNANDINA.
competition and continue* the 'growing strength, restores and! preserves health and 'I < I TLE COMPLE rEi' being de-

,;i of sugar cane": and the manufacture of infuses new life and vigor: throughout dis-tho .," .". lived by grant from the United
No sufferer from
whole system.! any
', (,3110 sugar as a basis of Southern:: prosperity ) ease which :arises from impurity of tho i-t.; .' .'. I 'f 8tates and purchase from the
#. 0' and! wealth. blood need': despair who .will give A nUl's.Alh'rIII1.L. .< .. ',]1)1&, J) (TI11'-1 I 'M y ate of Florida. :'
slmll be .. trial.It :
It is pruposed'thnt! : Congrebs :; \ a ,
invoked to aid the efforts to introduce is folly'to experiment with the; numerous CORRESPONDENCE:! SOLICITED.

in the more Northern States the production low-priced" mixtures! ,of cheap ,materials, LIV ''KIDNEY PAD Descriptive r' MAPS and ciRCULiRs
of from sorghum and! and without..medicinalirtnes\ offered anMoodpurltiers -
sugar while disease }becotues.tuora mailed on application
corn stalks. SAicurAitiLLA is a '
firmly seated. AYAH'S\ CURES
Dr.: Collyer, chemist at the DepartmenL medicine of. such concentrated cnrativu !'I! *, SAMUEL( A. 'VANN,

i" of Agriculture' at Washington in power, that it is !'/ far the best, cheapen known.Phy.xlcians'know ,. Liver Complaint Ki<1n y Disease, Fever and Ague Catarrh\/ Laud Commissioner.
'tluHl1tl>f\'iew is as saying in shot most r i.tr
reported made there its comttosition\ and prc- Female Weakness, N url\l\ Rheumatism, DyspepsiuySideAche -r-- n'
referring to experiments \ I'\l'I'iht it It has been widely used for fortyyears ,0
on corn. and sorghum sugar : and ham won the unqnalitied con IIilenee Bilious Complaints s, and any Disease arising TUB: Ic'I..OnIDA

''i: "If Congress will give me ten acres of millions. ; whom It benefited.I .. ",.,,from Disorder of the tjtomuch or Blood, .. ..

1 1 ground will r'tnrn'twonl' to experiment tons on"next of raw'season,sorghum -,'; Prepared I'ractlvnl by'Dr.and .Aiiitlytlt-ul J.' C. Ayer ClteuiUtc& Co., ., Price One Do lnr. 'Sent by' mail on receipt. .' of' price., "T OMVEMT} B OFERS'ANDIN,1S MrANY.

sugar; fully equal to the best" raw Lowell Mass. .Liberal discount to Dealers. .
.'f'! 'nine sugar or f01'll'it my reputation ; I HOLD'BV ALL UUUUuisTS'EVERTWnEUE.MACHINEJVORKS.:- .. 'i", II' tir(). HUGHES fc: BRO \g..t l.
4hat i is t\votons to the acre, which is a. i- -- --- .
ti r7 :! *. ., No..fWestBaySt.cor.OctfauJAO1; ( O YILI..E, FLA..T. .
H much better result than they reach 1NIUs'FRI.tL TOWNS, tIN U.K. MNE,
';' on tho n\'crago'in Lous in1'with' the ..b AND ('ED \R KEY.
sugar cane. Tho corn crop of Illinois: '.
for example, said! Dr. Collyer,'is worth O. L. KEENE, .
.t about $7o,000,000 annually.) If they t.Millinery, .
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers
twill devote one-tenth of tho I\rrt'l\go't
sorghum', of tho variety best suited to IT < Fancy and Dress Goods n largo number of the most eligible -

j that latitude, they can raise sugar in F.., R. POND, ,, Proprietor. and desirable Lots, suitable

amount equal to our whole annual importation ., for Business Purposes, or for Cityor
} which is :about $109,000,000) ,' r Nc,67"W.; Bay St.. cor. Laura, Jacksonville, Fla., Suburban Residences UPON
'' !situated m.inule8.u'ulk/Lt'8l of Depot, ,
Shop S
worth and even ;his\ \ will only, equal I

fifty per cent of."the most favorable ofmyexperime'l1ts. ,"$JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4 tin con.Untly In stock a full line of Good embracing the time heading lucludlug a flue Hi e of1VOItSTID'I'ATTERNS EAHY TERMS.Liberal it-counts. on Values allowed -

In relation/to the so-called" secret, hesays ,. '. '"":, and IllJU-JJIAMV; ..IIYnS, to parties engaged in manufacturing -
"'N 'thnt the method of crystal- .
:; ow OF or industrial enterprises,
ization) is understood), it i is simply,;) 'in M4'NUFACTUKER 4l'J ,' l will
who erect the
the time to gather the corn,''and in thisrespect ,tlllO.VANl) ) > IIUANM CASTINGS,' *. Zspiyr Worsteds soiling at 12 cts. 1'1:: oz., substantial on property purchased -
experiments are complete'and ) implements
t conclusive.". Ho believes that the "'ON,nO.Vrti ANII FENCES ; ,.,. .1. J Order attended to. for residence, or in dee.t all other correepoiullnn prices piomptly
total cost of making the sugar need not For DweUlujf*iud'r!nnet.rle., of I+Ite.t. de"gPi. -tf An 1. 800111.11' duct their husinesg.INfUC1.MENTS.

\ 1 exceed three,,cents per pound. That TO MANU-

: .raw'sugars, now." costa a traction' fort more'. FAT I shin I Kit hue\8 l'i the Ih ln.'Mt*.btat..MOrtmentr. ncj CUD fill>f MACHINERY ta ..t any or-' u1\i\ t\\cn l F AO'l'U HER"" by exemption 'for
about il elQi'
than six cents per pound, ) aer'w'thont partlus 11&,1111110' the.extra expenve of A gQ
'live per cent. of which i is for duties. pattern : l nI' 8'1 ,-. a term of years from tnxl\tion/of-

,, lie believed! : .thatwe\can rai_ij sorghum' Improved My Macliiue tool shp'1.,. which 'nrub euab.., ray rwith'the'.orkni'-u latest to ,1 fered by' the several cities and

slTgar Vh'eaper irt'ttltl0 can buy it turn out wart with. the greatest dinj atcli,and at.' Troplcil''and Scmi.I Tropicsl Fruit ,Trcr, Hoses, Dcclluous and Evergreen towns. Apply to, ,
I lowest rah : .
abroad, and we :Irish no one tIle pr ce. ', .
who has entered into tho tnmtnUt:ieLurosysteutalica11y101(1 agent t't the' ,' ** Shrubs: and Flowerlngr FUnts.TilEW GILCHRIST, .J
CO.and can turuUU.: .tbelr JKXli,1;l 8 B'v1LEi( i .. .
intelligently, toAW.MIIuU..Ii'rtnotlM. .; '" Agent. "
; upon aud .
will', ) AlII JUO..'s I'bLUlK1E'! > 8TEA.M OOVEIlNOltH .
doubt o
soils adapted to the crop, sum KNOWLKV STIUM HUvlPS ke;>tMiimUutly AND'OHOIOE VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE t.Gr Railroad Building,
t this. In respect to the \ adapted! to U Imi'l.und a Id at MaQiif.uturern' Feruandinu. lf(>-tf
the cultivation of sorghum I: and varieties prlot-i, frviKltt ailedFurfnrtbcrlulurutatfonPrice_ "' SPECIALTY.
I lata Catil'g-ea,
he truly says: "All through tho eto aJJri-a K It .'OSD.I' "S. RITZEWOULERrJufkHonvfllc.
central belt of the States, and well into O. Vox$05. 'J ek o .Tllle. flv.Garreit .
the North and South sorghum can be JBSS Soud Descriptive Catalogue. ,
grown"with ease ,,1I -wlahl; not send: '! & Barnes t Flu
4the early amber to South Carolina, but .ALIIEHT I. ID".ELI4.I.U .
would select a variety adapted! to that I Black Silk, 90 c., warranted all

climate: The advantages of the early 00 "....'clay Nt., \ Jacksonville, Fla. silk.

amber,'from which success in Winoi'Chas .. '" The best $1.00 silk in thA U. S.. ..

season resulted gets, is that too far it )matures l1\t. In Louisiana belurethe Jacksonville,' 'Florida, + EDW. W. STETSON I Summer silks at 50c., GOc.; .best

he saysit; takes nine 'and sometimes I 'f}: I 70 cts.Matting.

ti twelve) ) months' close attention 5of tht Golden St
"the sugar, cane crop to ,brink it' to'ji I 500 b ue Flannel Suits $G to $12.
9 a'success, nud that; the ell1o'IS not indigenous \\Ykolesaleale\ and Retail Dealer in Money\ refunded if not satisfac-
i to LouiihllllJut is an ex. ,HAU'DWAEE: : .
otic." tory. 21.tf


Dickinson, of Virginia, editor of tho
HoulfurH"Planter jimi 'Purnaersays; "the Oils.

value of birds\ to the farmer i is scarcely Paints, Lubricating Mattresses Feathers < I i
thought Ofl'r.0I1e'' in hundred.) Yet <- POPULAR
it is certain we have\ few more efficient '
The catbird is RED 0 SAFETY OIL: A SPECIALTY.p8ac1L .
friends. common perhaps
t more univesally despised and Comfortables, Door Mats, Children's Carriages ....

I btoned and shot at by the unthinking, i AOtNT YoaMABYIN'ai DRY GOODS STORE

than any of our feathered allies, partly KAKESMAUVIN'S' : u.\RY MONEY:: DRAWER. Moldings, ..P'ct1i1'Cj"a'JJ1 ,
because of his supposed: association (t'rlDo\60I I '. e
with ,nakes,'UIIl) partly because of his ,WOOUEN JtCKET SIUPPINQ CAN ,, '. Mosquito: Nets & .
discordant squeaking voice. Yet,when AVtiro.nr 41 A 43 UajrOEDEES Hlr.-et,
HtovoH, Till
'the dew ison the grass, and. ) the sun a

half hour high, morning and eveninglie Roofing. >> sum fluttering tJ'sktllad wor'. WINDOW SHADES AND SHADE FIXTURES,: MOSS.
niounts the tallest twig of some fa.vorite nten.-- .a' los rat*-.-.--,---. .-- -- .---21-tI-- J,\CI SOX"1141..E, FL'A.
tree, and gives us a song of surpassing P P and "'
mt1 ikPtl1'U ryukieii Iyraid
and before sunrise \ \t _litioa. v. .
: sweetness, cultivated) well done lu fir 4-<-IIUotI..t'le it 'UU\VK-H 3d M.> 1'. tt i McGonihe's Block, Jacksonville, Fla.
he has visited every square I opposite Florid UUUMV ltt>i> ariitK of an kinds ) PEOMPTL7 ATTS1IDED) TO
in tho garden and, gobbled up every e.uetull"ud neatly dou. U-.1w L-17

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