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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 31, 1879
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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 -WVLEKLY. !FE11NANDINA, FLA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1879.! VOL. 2. NO. 10. t ti

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ATI LOSS.Dity Who WHtho\ individual thnt stole of Senator BII 'nrl's resolution would attaches: in connection with certain 1 rut CASK Of' SI X.n'n KELLOGG.llaltimorp I

the t"ont'I1ppl'Oprilte>d last year by divest the greenbacks of this character Indians: IIHlnlwnilh the star 1M. I IWiant Pun \1 j
after day while at window sitting,
my
and lea\e them circulate Un this list is i can't positively, It is discouraging to those who still
I doe the children at their play nenr by; the Hoard! of Aldermen to purchase: n : to among : : say
anal but from hints dropped from members retain belief in the existence of political 4
Like butterflies in summer gardens flitting, boat for use nt the quarantine station? people in uIHtil11inih'll'o1tlllll't:: ,
They,hover round beneath my watchful eye. Who are the individual that met a while they could not be forced by of the commission: and stray remarks morality' : to note the easy Itippaiiry
short\ time n o''lul! divided among lll'ltto11"m creditors, ns theycan In made by them when they imagined the with which Washington! correspondents
The little girls, with flushed and merry faces, themselves the National QuarantineFund now, they would remain, as at }present, reporters: were not on the alert, I am discuss the case of the disputed
U lance at me shyly: for my answering smile ? convertible into coin upon demand. confident the star list: contain the Senntorship from Louisiana. F x-Gnv. j

And tempt me with their moat alluring graced Is there not certain honorable (?) names of those Indians: who committed 1 Kellogg was admitted to his sent by tho *
To put mid thoughts away while they beguile. AT Cincinnati a rapid rio:: in the
member of the present honestj intelligent a crime worse: t than murder or aison: a list Congress, the Republicans having
considerable
Blonde liulrand brown in oft confusion blending, nnd upright" City Council who Ohio river in causing \:: apprehension crime which i is spoken/ of only with u majority the l'nnhbut it was ;
in minds of
Black eyes' and blue upturned to meet my glue knows something about the stealing[ of the : peuplcitlong touches bated breath. and which has not yet alledged at the time i that t there wns a !

HOMe both white und pink their contrast lending, John W. Mutters watch and ('hnin,1\ the river. The Gillmore's water now landing, oven been hinted at by the newspapers.: bargain in the promise:: and thnt the J
To add new beauty to the wildering maze. few when the 'ictim18 the curbstone:: at It H: well known that'the :story ol thevtumen admission of Senator: Butler, of South r '
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years ago, and at the rate will probahhreach :
Hut when they one by one,tired out with playing, drunk ? the tirst present(lour \>f some of tin in J given to the public! and their Carolina, was made dependent upon : t I
.eslimony. under oath: dill'er widely, maul thnt of ICellogvr. M Ir. Spollbrd l, the
Steal slowly homeward thro'the minuet light, One would infer from this that the houses in the vicinity of Droadway: ,
Ito crimes of which they accuse: the contestant was granted n committee of ,
Memory goes'!back beyond the dark yearsstruuytngAmong : ; : '
whart-I
the days of yore that seeem no bright. City of Pt'nSll'o11had fallen into bad Main streets by morning. The, Indian: in their testimony would investigation lit the ext session! upon f
hands. Embezzlement; seems to have I boats are almost up to the\ :Sidewalk: : +Hice In hang; any man of whatever. the ground that Kellogg's election win .4,
I turn my Lead: a radiant, golden splendor All along the shores freight i is being: the triad
late. color without formality of a improperly secured, and a great body
Shines from tire west across the pictured wall, been epidemic of removed from the boats as rapidly\ apossihle. .- :
III the twinkling of an eye ; that this: conllicting-: testimony, much of it 11 iv I
And glorifies a face divinely tender, Damage to the boats lS I 1
apprchended
list the of those Indians has '
: contains amiss : disgusting 1 and disreputable i sort,
With bronze brown hair waved round it, fall GKXLll. INTELLIGENCE. from the action of the swift cur
who are arrowstut'this namolcs* crime been taken.. It i is now quietly announced :
on Gall I ; rl'ntl1ntl from driftwood some of the
towards: defenceless: women, i is not a however, in the most free- ,
With violet e'l'IIIIO win!omc in their sweet ne's WII.MAM: llErwoRTH DixoN, nn English latter being of largo dimensions, which :Hidden conclusion: but one which has: anti-easl' sort of way, that, tho matter '!
That mine grow smiling in npite of grief aril historian and.-traveler of distinction are driven about with great wirer been arrived at after a careful I consideration : I will not"hc dealtith upon its merits :
for editor of the Lon- ,
pain; many years A VALUABLE CARGO.-Six car loads: and which will bo fully supported ;at all. It is not to bo a trial of facts, I
With curved lips the IIOt,1 of love's completeness don Athciwum, died recently, aged 59; of silk worl11 (> valued, at SSUi.UOO, / when the trial of the mUi-reaiit is : hilt 1hi,1 of strength If the Peim.- Z \i1

Ah,heaven! could I but press them once again.In years. armed nt New York Saturday: direct takes place. Douglas and Pursiine critic majority in the Senate should bothientcned I

, vain I watch and wait: she will come 011') JOltS ItauniT the great Engligh.statesman fl'omIl: Frnnciscp.cn route for Havre, are known to bo. two of the names contained bv the( elections Senators

J When night has cost her spell on Ilea and shore; : : says "there i is no country,, The eggs were originally collected in in the list, but the other names for 1SS1, then Kellogg: i is to go out: if .
t.Tht'n when 1 sleep and dream, no longer lonely with whom nil! other countries are Japan: and were sent; from Yokohama can! only l>o obtained at tho time of not, he may be. (permitted to retain his i\\
, She cornea to feed my hungry heart once more. more friendly, than with tho United to San Francisco. They are consigned the tl' IIII1l.tr.IlUI scat and draw his pnv until the end of "

r Tis then and only then that I behold her; States. to French and Italian silk growers. his term at !least. 't'hen possibly, ho .!
Her dear voice floats around me soft and low; IN reply to an invitation to stop at Several cases were opened for inspeclion U\1'l": l'UlnlV viiimr.: bo turned outamiti...otrortlllcl\tl'd.*,'' J
and in instance the larva Senator liaynrd! has written the lol- anti then he will draw his like- '
'Tis then and only then my units enfold her- Augusta, Gn., Gen. Grant sent a reply every : 1 pay
The little girl 1 lost BO long ngo. that he would not probably bo able to were found to be in excellent conditiun lowing letter Geo. \\'. Thinges, of \\iseforthc whole term. If this programme ':

Mutton Transcript. longer than the train might be The partial failure of tho French and Maltimoroi bo tho one actually agreed
slop detained.IT Italian silk crop this year has had a 11'AsIIINUTON,1lccemni'er: iS,157t\). upon, it looks as if Louisiana J politics
STATE XEWS.Mu. tendency give fresh impetus to the Avir Sir : 1 have your letter of ye'.lerday had obtained foothold in Washington 1 f
is now certain, says the Cincinnati importation of silkworm eggs, and Japanese asking why 1 except duties on and mho Senate. One thing i is plain : fa {
J. G. SINCLAIR'S starch factory is Commercial/ that Secretary :Shermanwill : and Chinese! silk cultuiists arc imports" Irom the debt' paving power The State of l.olliill1lii'll'nlithnl: to bo I

soon to be put iu operation at Orlando. go into the national convention ns just now reaping a rich harvest in supplying of tho United States TrUllIU'nnlt'll in represented in tho Senate by the man l'l'I, j
candidate for the Presidency with a the necessities I of their European: I the resolution I lately' olli-rcd I to deprivo whom the legal Legislature: selected! v
P' MUNTICKL.LO won the honors nt the solid and sticking Ohio delegation, with customers.PARIS 1 the United States:: Treasury: notes for that J purpose.' That man i is either t

Tallahassee Fair for her military display a steadfast; Eastern, Southern and December. The of their compulsory 1 legal Icnder'powcr. ICellogg;; or bpoll'onl; it cannot bo both, '1
and in drill. Western support, and that the strongest ::!, Truths inserts : ThoolIU-ialsnnd party entrusted with and it i is the business! and tho duty of tho t
proficiency that :M. Gambeita had a lung ntul
planks in the platform will be his cordial conference with President GrcXy I the iidminNiration: of (lie Tinted' Stairs Senate itsell'tu determine\ speedily( ,)' as .f''
THE steamer St. Johns, on the iiOth work. The has! been- (Government in iSl*;:., borrowed money possible: upon tho merits of the case
to-dny. new Ministry
took from Jacksonville one refrigerator ADVICES from Mississippi state that constituted ns follows : M.:J)I' Fre\-: on call from tho petuplemuhl i issuing itself, and without regard to any political

strawberries for New York. the contest for tho United States Senate duct, President of Council and Minister liicTicasury) demand noles, made them contingencies, ,which of tho two '". :
,
furred I loan and created them a currency contestants! entitled to tho seat 'in 1,1
to fill Senator: llruce's seat! hits of Foreign Hairs ; M. Lepere, Minister a \II
THE Monticello Constitution says : because made them by law controversy. So long and so far as tho
narrowed down to liarksdalo: and Sin- of tho Interior nUll of Worship.M. they )
Miss Fannie McLeod, of this county, debts and Senate fails to do this it is i recreant
with the chances in favor of a legal tender I'ur all public (July f
gleton, Cixsot, Keeper of the Seal ; M. Mag-:
was awarded the special premium for Singleton. Gen Chalmers has with- sin, Minister of Finance ; (Genera\ ) private, en'flt intercut on the public debt to a very high obligation. It may be, {I Ihutveverns

the prettiest young Florida? Ind''in attendance drawn. Mr. Houston, formerly Senator Farre, Minster of War; Admiral Jaureguiburry and duties on imports" as you will see wo have seen suggested, t
the Middle Fair
upon Lnmar's law partner, i is regarded asa Minister of Marine ; M. Jules by reading: the Biiperscrij! )!ion on any) that neither Kellogg or Spodbrd was I II
W. A. MACDUFF & Co., of the Jacksonville possible "dark horse." Ferry, Minister of Public Instruction ; of t those notes. legally: chosen by a competent'body. If /
rice mills shipped forty-six In 18C/J(;: when the\ present! \ bonded I that bo found t to bo the fact, let, it ),080
M. Vnrroy, Minister of Works ; M.Tirnrd I,
DEATH SENATOR HAMPTON'S SON.A ,
barrels of pearl rice to Daniel Talmage OK debt \\commenced: an Act of Congress declared) and thus t room made for tho
Minister of Commerce M. ,
to tho New York Time ; Co- I
Wall New York dispatch: wits passed which, ,provided' that real rcpresentalivo that Louisiana U:: '
& Suns, J2 street, by chery, Minister of Posts and Tele '
the Western Texas, on the 2Cth.( states that Major Wade Hampton, Jr., I graphs. M. Waddinglon has! refused "all duties on tin ported yoo of Senator Wade of : '
son Hampton, "paid in coin," and fft asidf ant upei-ial 4.
THE schooner'Xellie V. llokes, Captain :South Carolina, died! on Monday, nt his to accept the post of Ambassador to fund:" First, for the payment of ;111"II : IN closing his speech at time Now:1):11111

Thompson,'arrived last week at Jacksonville plantation, in Washington: county, England. ('/ on the public debt; second, ns an /': ) dinner in New York, George
with a"cargo of railroad iron Mississippi. The mother of Major THE celebrated Tichborno case has annual sinking fund to pay principal U'illiam Curtis said : ,
for the St. Johns and Lake Eustis Hampton was a daughter of General once more come to the surface in Eng of such debt. "Tho )glory of tho! future depends, 1*

Railway, from Perth Amboy, New Preston, of Virginia. Of the four children land. An announcement was extensively Under this distinct pledge the United. gentlemen I upon. our loyally! to the

J6rscy. born by her he was tho only sur- plncorded in London on tlio M, :Stales: borrowed tho money which is principles' (that have made tho past glolioiu -

THE Constitution says : The largest vivor.DAN. staling that the Attorney General having '- now represented by our present bond ; and tho fundamental principles'

oranges exhibited at the Middle Florida RICE COSVKKTEU.: : : -Dan\ Rice, granted his fiat for a writ of error ed debt. of the Pilgrim: polity, the vital importance
Fair,were raised in Jetlerson County the famous circus! man, announced' nt in the case of Tichborne: claimant, an Although in my judgment it was unwise of liberty, which m'crtlon of the
on the plantation of Mr. J, K. St. Louis on Friday lIt last, that ho 'I association is being formed to assist:! in and derogatory to the dignity and Pilgrims Iholiltl'tlIr us!: a frontlet between -

Johntlon. had been converted and will at ,once I the prosecution of the lint to obtain a character of great Government like his eyes-what was that? It

'Vhl're'ete: the best ones grown ? enter the field ns an evangelist. He remission: of time sentence against the our own 'thus to pledge its special was that tho prosperity of tho State
has had nn interview with Mr. Moody, clainant and to promote the passing; revenues for the payment of its obliga depends upon that of all its members,
THE Union says : It i is generally who is now holding meetings there, of a bill i in the forthcoming session ul! lions, yet tho fitetrermtins-it was done, but that no member of tho Stale is essential f.
believed that Major A. J. Russell will and will probably begin his new career Parliament for a reversal of judgment and being done by the elected agentsof to tho welfare of tho common

succeed Rev. F. Paseo, as Superintendent by speaking at Mr. Moody's meetings, in the case, evidence of points of mistaken the Government, we cannot now disown wealth. This IIIIH been always the tradition

of.Schoo's for this county. Mr. and I then seek such fields as oiler the identity being forthcoming und nor qualify( it. of republican Alllcr C'R the

Pasco has made an ellicicnt olHcer( and best prospects of success in his new for the restoration to claimant of the The American people' saw tit to place strength of our Chief.Mngistrale H not ....
his removal to Monticello is generally work. properties, heirlooms, amid possessionsof these agents in power, and if they acted his own. Ho is not a law to himself; .,.
regretted by his many friends in this' th[ Tichborno lJaronetc,)'. i improvidently, or ttnwi"ely, it U too his strength is that of the people, of tho R
bcction. EMIGRATION FROM FRANCE.-Eugene late now to disavow: their authority. It popular \\'lIIlnwflllly expressed.' And,
WE are glad to see how fast our Humbert, of France, has sent a letterto TilE excitement concerning the action i is our misfortune, but tho maxim i in brethren, ho among us who most:: close
county is settling up with a good classof ,the New York Emigration Commissioners -' of the Governor and Council ol "respondcat! 8I1perior"-the principalis I :: to every form of law which
immigrants from the north and \\est. asking many questions for; the the State of Maine, on the returns of liable for Limit! nets of his agent within defends liberty, who most sacredly ,
inform for certain French families the late election reached a white heat I
tof n
Nearly every train now brings us fromeight tho scope! of his authorization. cherishes: every unwritten tradition
to ten new accessions.:! :! Pennsylvania 1 numbering two hundred persons!:!, on Christmas day, when an attempt However unwise we may: consider it which the wisdom of patriotic experience
i and Ohio have contributed liberally who intend to come to this with was made by the Governor to remove that iu 18fc! the parly in chargo of the has accumulated to strengthen I

to Bradford society within the last next April. If they arc pleased tho arms from the arsenal nt Government declared by law time ducks our Constitutional system, he is tho

week.-Starke Telegraph.MRS. America, he says: a considerably larger Hangar to Augusta. Thci t izellil on imports bhould /be payable t/i ruin," man who holds.. the Pilgrim fathers: fast
number will come to this! country every stopped the arms and caused their return
nod "set that "coin" the hand and the blooms
J. E. INORAHAM informs us of n nparl" as a by Mayflower ::
that is worth publishing.She year, because France has been over to the arsenal. Since then then "special fund" to pay: the interest and immortal upon his. hearth.'"'
queer case,
since 1872 with Alsace and Lorraine has been"arJo'ul4 propositions! submit'
run
annual finking fund to
create an
had hen at their pay
; a place
they
: says
people. ted to the authorities for peaceable the of the national debt anti: 1
principal ,
that had. apparently rheumatic feet, settlement of the CUM Mr. Morrill 'fUUTII.-JJufIll'C Greelcy uttered a
and. in doctoring them it drove the COURTS have decided that if people drew fifteen points to be submittedto t'rprrslJdm 'd power to their issues of ; profound truth when ho Maid : "'1'ho 1, {
malady to the hen's head and destroy collect on the platform of a railroad the up Court the Treasury notes to pay such interest, or unluckiest hour for any man U that iu .I
ed her sight. Mrs. I. then directed the station out of curiosity and account action Supreme of: the Council., questioning}The air is full such duties Oil imports, yet the fact remains which he concludes that there is some

man to kill the hen, and in the evening of decayed timber the platform breaks of nnd correspondents! havens -they did so. The result i i.*, thnt better way of making; money than by'faming
he cut her head clear of', and down, fnjuring or killing some of the runtl'rsf different and theories we, na! citizens of the Government. it." t i
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threw her body out near the stable I'sigl4-8cer8," ,dalllngPI4 cannot be recovered ninny'as there( are predictions individuals. We do which" is. ",lIut 'for a day, but for all A wise 1111)'lI1g18 that I ,. ': s

In ,tbe morning the attention ,of the from the Ulilruad Company' ; not look for violence unless some unforeseen time, as we hope, must keep these Trying to get rich by hook or by t \
family was attracted a fuss made by but should person who intends to ben contingency arise. We pledges inviolate in letter Illllillpirit. crook, by fair means or ioiil, by chanceor I

all the chickens, which were gathered p.issenger: on the train and while presume the Governor may and Council are The best investment we can make of by cheat, any wny except patient industry "., ,
in a'body near t1i ,btltbIe, and makinga awaiting the approach of the cars with technically right in 'their action, and our present! )gains and prosperity U to and honest labor, him caused v '

terrible cackling over something. the intention of entering them, be injured the only fur the people of establish a high and unimpeachable more defalcations, fraud and failure,
Upon going to the scene, there was the by any defect in the platform, he Maine to proper act U to way sumbU/ to the jaw, public credit; and let it be known and than all other agencies combined.!

headless hen walking around among can recover damages. even though it 'may scent to be unjtit- proclaimed that when Republican Legitimate business. regulated by
the others and giving forth a kind of America gives her word, her eons will and demand and conducted i
; .ARCHBISHOP LYNCH of Toronto,. ly administered, nnd wait until next supply( ( ,
that it is kept, no matter what inconvenience
from the stub of her windpipe, see with truthfulness and
"cluck" whose opinion was asked by the British year and right all their wrongs at the it energy, economy, y
which stuck out above the stump of a causes. U the only source of reliable wealth
Ministry when he was in England, poll .
neck, This was fifteen hours after her thinks that rent in kind should be paidin I hope I have answered you satisfactorily and parent of good tinier All else, U
neck had been cut off, and she was not TilE Utes have thus far failed to surrender ; and I am, with much respect, false show.
would make thehmdlon14
dead means. Without thinking Ireland This the Indian guilty of the massacre yours, truly. '1'. F. lf.tyiuD. .
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by any sharers
and the farmers equal .
to keep her as a great natural! at the White River Agency. Thegenerally };nuN ALMCS'H CcUluoE.-Ethan
curiosity, Mr. Jngraham finished her in adverse and prosperous seasons ; received opinion is that Ourayis l'tnll\I'tJ: the most noted citizen of Allen whose misfortune it was to have
He is I led to fear that the Gulf Stream
by two of three shots through her body unable tp force, them into surrendering New Jersey of his yean is ItanJAtninFi termagant for a wife, had,' and des
with his revolver.-Sanfurd Journal. ha changed its course shut, causing the heavy the criminals. The'! following, ufTrentolf. He cast hU tint vote lItfndlrcputlttion for courage of tho ,
and rains
clouds to out
sun from correspondence to the Denver I in IfeUT, and a few yean after loaned leonine kind. Some wags thought to
It. J. EDMCSDSOST, who is now con and disappoint the hopes of the husbandmen Tribune of the 2Gth, hint at a crime I tho late Commodore Vanderbilt, then : frighten him once; but they mistook
be
this verified
fined in the jail at Peusacola, for embezzlement If theory Kill darker than the murders"It, has a poor young man, one thousand dollars. i their inau. One of them arrayed in a ;
I land in Ireland will be scarcely worth been to obtain heretofore In l&:i he brought the first in
writes to the Advance< quitea will become impossible a anthracite sheet stepped front of him in thq
and
in which he oaks that pO lietliing, emigration full list of the names of the Ute who J i I coal down the Delaware, and road late one dark night when he was
lengthy letter necessary.IT are to te tried at, Fort Leavcinvorth I in 1821 managed 1 the stage and steamboat on his way homeward. Ethan stopped, ... ; "

the following: points may be looked is said that the greenbacks are from the communion, and it has been company, between Philadelphia looked at the 'spectre, and without a ...

after: already being hoarded, and that theyare equally impossible: to ascertain when and New York. In 1830 he war electeda moment' hesitation, exclaimed: :. MJf l

Who was it that fraudulently obtain thus practically in process .of with these twelve are 'to be tried, for the director of the Camden and Amboy you come from heaven, I don't fear ,

ed possession of certain city propertyin drawl 1 from circulation ,by reason 'of testimony of the Meeker, as given to Railroad, and hQ served in that capacity you. If you are the devil,'come home t
the 1SCS? their: investure with the legal tender the press, convict's only a few of them every,year since lie U now ninety, and spend the night with me-J mar
Who year stole the quarantine dues m quality Tbia involves an actual ,con'' of the crime. This list ia frequently four yearn of age, and U the. longest- Tied your swter." His neighbors never ;

that came; )'earl ,xp traction of the currency. The adoption referred to' 111''the commissioners,... and lived "l'bh" in that State. 'If' 'I' sought to test bU courage after that, IP
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FERNANDINA,. FLA.

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.,h-,. ,_-, .. _. __ Rnnsift and Poland.It will be many the foreign policy.of LordBeacohsfield GEORGIA-:,AND FLORIDA A. : W. LOIIIIANN'SI'AMOUB
4 31 1879. ), Mr. Waddy, formerly n
t WKDJfKSDA V, DECEMBER misfortunes .
In the
t before that interest
.. ....... ... years member of Parliament, who resignedin Inland Steamboat Co.
of Poland which has been felt
CAN 'j'1l1UltANGE lit OKOII'A order to ,CCJIltcst- the peat for Sheffield .
WEST OF Tilt ST. JOHNS? for the entire past century shall ceaseon PREPARED FLOUR
made vacant by the death of lion ? J
1 NO SEA-SICBNESS 1 NO OCEAN DANGERS
the of American people] ,
t All the semi-tropical fruits and pro part our Mr. Roebuck{ ( at one time well known #
ducts can be raised as far north as Recent developments in the policy or
Effect Dec.29:.
reformer Time Schedule Tuesday ,
Taking
1 Gulf and New as' a Waddy's opponent, Mr.1Vortley ,
\! T"mplUpOIl the coast the central and eastern governmentsof
Atlantic. The the Conservative candidate, ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND
the inure!
Smyrna on make it evident that the and noble called
Europe belonging to family,
hardy of these!\ fruits, like tho sweet orange
f', can he raised as far north on the Poles] are important factor in European i himself] a "Liberal, ] Conservative." Mr. J
Waddy opposed the recent 6 tf AT OLD I'. O. nUlLDlSG.
foreign
) policy
eastern const as St. Augustine, and al politics ; and cut up and parceledout .---.- -
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any place cast and south of the St. as their territory and people have i of in the Conservatives, and his success Q f) ff (.r copy, when sent In elutes of' 20-(
animated and excited 1 I It
Johns river especially when there arc nn canvass .. 4' rdt J the price of the PHILADEL-
j .f from heavy been among three great nationalities in which nearly] 30,000'OtC8 were --- --PIIIA WEEKLY: TIMES, one
; them
; local to -
;, causes protect to any addresn.Cj .
is of the remarkable THE STEAMERS year
Russia Prussia the polled
Austria and question one signs
il frosts. The pineapple, cocoanul, copy, when pent In club of Io,
i It lime, avocado guava and coil'cc now, at the end of hundred years of the times in Great Britain. CITY OF BRIDGETON r 3> 1 .50Is'r price. of the PHILADLI

can only] he profitably] grown south off of wrong and injustice, seems to be, English in, lfghanislai-The Englishmen JL-- year PHIA, to WEEKLY any address.TiMEs, one

t Cape Cn.lutVl'l'Iupon] tho east const, which of the three shall do most towards entrenched near Cabul enjoyed a CAI'T. .JOIIX FITZGERALD, n per copy! to single subscribers, I U
+ and south of Charlotte] harbor upon "merry Christmas,"-all the merrier, ';;: 2 .00 the pi ice ofthe PHILADELPHIA
i tho western. It is warmer upon the conciliating Poland.] That Nemc- )probably] on account of previous apprehensions ) DAVID CLARK. -WEEKLY address;: 'fIIEonc: year., to

east coast in tlui same parallel of latitude ] sis, that Divine vengeance on injustice, and] perils. On that day any
Dollars will
Six send
for three
CAPTAIN1 WAKD we
I''J tllllII tho nest. Tho isothermal in which the ancient Pagans believed, General Roberts was relieved Q6.00: : copies! of the PHILADELPHIA

u r : line runs diagonally across: the to take this form : Amid the arrival] of reinforcement from Indict, A FTER HAVING UNDERGONE KXTENS- WEEKLY TIMES freelIn"one year, to
appears
) \lrellINtdlCe! give
i peninsula] nearly northeast and so that the danger of destruction has JIVK REPAIRS now in PIRST-CLA&S -- the person "| the innncvn
strives of diplomacy or of war, who ORDER in every dci>urtment, and will ANN.tL
southwest direction, the thermometerranges passed away, while it i is by no means copy of the 4'OF THE
; lower in in winter and shall furthest in making friend certain that WAR.abenutifully illustrated.
t Tampa go ) he is strong enough to Permformthe ONLY INSIDE ROUTE Service utile of MX puges; the retail priceof
; higher in summer than I\t New Smyrna with tho PoCOn] the part of Russia overrun and hold the entire country, which I is Four Dollars.

: ; ) although New Smyrna is one hundred : this is the latest movement, and in the heart of which he has been ell" Between at Savannah!SAVANNAH with the nnd first-class FLORIDA Steamshipsof COlIIlp.t.InlC WE UNHESITATINGLY CLAIM FOR THE

:i r miles north of Tampa.-Cor. Sun most significant in view of the fact;that camped. Iissensionsamongtime Afghan the OCEAN STEAMSHIP; CO., for NEW YORK,
and Press. tribes, which have no acknowledged also with the Philadelphia, Baltimore and Norton PHILADELPHIA'
hitherto in Polish schools and courtsof fcU'ium-rs.
1 Ileally it is fearful/ ], the way in whichour loader and no commanders of recognized GOING SOUTH.

0 is Now it, has justice, and in all public business, i ability, will doubtless] be turnedto DAVID CLARK- WEEKLY TIMES:
state shrinking
up. the use of tho Polish ]language has been I good account, by English skill and Leave Savannah..Monday Afternoon, Thursday ,
1 gotten to ho that it is not only] confinedto valor] Afternoon.
;
That it in the LARGEST, the CHEAPEST and
; i the St. Johns but to the cast Mile off utterly prohibited. Now, Russia not ____ Arrive Fernandina......Tuesday Evening, Friday the BEST family journal published. Write to us
E\ciung. fora specimen copy and judge for :yourself. In
tho and
only grants principal towns A WITNESS in at Nashville
a case
was
i that stream. It is too sad, that t the orange CITY OF UniDfirrros its columns the reader will find ALL TilE NEW8,
cities the privileges of municipal or asked whether he had much experiencein I.ciive Savannah..Tuemltty Afternoon, Saturday ample variety of Editorial, Poetry Literary Articles -
., cannot bo grown elsewhere.]) It is and knew the cost of feeding cattle Afternoon. Stories and Sketches Tales of Travel,Fashion -
local but nlao] allows the ,
\, true, that at one of the State Fairs the! government, and to give his estimate of the cost offeeding"a Arrive Fernandina.....Wednesday; Morning, Hun- Clossip, Reports, Interviews, Dramatic with Criticisms Prominent, Religions Men, Financial 1.
free of the Polish after day ,,Morning.'
use language
i' oranges from this (Amelia) island took; cow, to which ho replied] : Arrive Jacksonville..............Wednesday Noon. Tidings Agricultural and Domestic Articles, and
the 1st of January. Another measure "My father before mo kept dairy.. I Arrive I'ululkn.YedneHdu }.,'ening. every other feature that can make paper valua
the first prize, but Unit, of course, was ble. The miscellany of spirited writings, cover-
of a different kind, intended apparently have had great deal] of experience in GOING NOIi: 'If. ingevrry' variety and range of subject and thought,
a mistake on the part of the judges.] ,buying and selling anti keeping cattle 1 CITY OF BHIDUKTON will IM maintained of old by contributors who
] ] in Poland ,
to gain some popularity stand at the head of their specialties.A ,
: i The largest orange treo in tho state isIleal' as man and boy, in the dairy, business Leave Pl\lntka..H..Thul'llduy Afternoon. siwciiil feature will be the continuation of the
1, is the permission just given to for fifty I think ] IA-ave Jacksonville....................Th IrAIIINhcht.. "ANNALS OF THE WAR.;' graphically writtenby
long experience
Starke and Waldo; the largestgrovo the Poles to subscription in years. my Ixave Fernandina........Sunday 3.30 p.m., Friday.Arrive soldiers, North and South descriptive of scenes
'. in the world is situated 1 on Orange open! a ) has qualified mo to know as Savauuah.Monday Morning, Saturday and events in which they took nn active part,one
Warsaw to aid tho suffering population \\'C1l1l8 any man the cost of keepingand Morning. chapter of which will\ appear In each number."
'. Lake. In the spring for a mile feeding cattle." Well broke in DAVID CLARK- These, Annals have proved valuable that the
I around of Upper Silesia. Leave Fcrnandiim........Tuomluy Evening, Friday i hound volume containing, their first series has
the air is filled with
Micanopy tho attorney impatiently] "tell me the Evening. found an immense mile.

n the fragrance of the orange blossom Km ope Suffering for liread.Floods cost of keeping a cow? ",Welli, my Arrive gawanuall.Wed!net4dRy Night, Saturday

These are all on tho west side of the have been followed by famine in several (experience after fifty years in the NOTK.-On both tripts Night.South and North, the TERMS-ONE: : YEAR: :
I business: is that it costs-well, it depends David Clark will call at all way Inll lll"" One copy.2.00 1 Ten: copies, $15.00!
,St. Johns, and it is, therefore, a ridiculous European countries ; the severityof entirely] on how much you feed All trips terminating at and starting from Fer- Five copies, i $.UO( I| Twenty copies, '25.00'
tho cold also has caused guttering nandnui countct with Tran.ilt ,R. It. Express An extra copy'lo the getter up of u Club.
tho of Nature
I error on }part eV'J'to tho 'ow. Train to and trot Jacksonville, and there with THE TIMES,
the Wo and death. Hteamcra band from all laiidingHontheSt.Jnhiift! ,
have .
encouraged growth. TliniM
Hnilduig. Philadelphia.BE
M. GAMIIRTTA, of theFrench, Chambers alllO 10 amid I from Uiiinctoille, Waldo, Cedar Key, Jit-St_ _
; have heard of one man on Orange In 1'tam/'18, on tho 22d: inst., there wereloutlis says, "Thurlpnrt of tho Educational -. etc. Tickets are Hold. through to and from nil the : IT ORDAINED: by the Common Council
above pointtt, and when Steamer City of Bridge-
I' ,l Lake who nets about $10,000( ) this yearfrom ll from cold and'starvation ; and 'l1IT1l'xt) : year will be spent in ton runs through between Savannah and Palntkui SKCIION of the Int.City Thai of rernandini no person: : shall be buried

',t' his grove. This, of course, is! but he municipal government voted} the Furthering thc education of girls, and 11I\KM'lIgCI'IIRll between Fernandina and Jacksonville.For
,signed writing! by the City Physcian or in the
that wine
the will be
,. tax d.
highway robbery. The idea of taking sum of $11)0,000) ( ( to bo expended imnieliately on re l1ct State-Itoomire, Tickets, and all other particularH iilwenceof such physician. by the Mayor .o( the
li The French: women he declares to be apply to the following Agent and Ollleeit\ : City.SKC..
r I pay for oranges grown in a section of in relief of the destitute.In 'marvelously gifted creatures,' who Savannah, Ua.-Corner Bull and Bryan Streets, 2nd.,The application for such permit shall

'I' the state where ho knows they cannot i'lirh'y, according to a correspondent ] only need education to make them opposite Pulanki, Jo'hAt and Sereven the Lgmont HOUHC.Fernandina .Hotel and to he place in writing of residence, and of state the the demised name,person.age, sex, and

: bo grown Fortunately tho people] of the London Standard, who writes_ ; 'sinm ply] peerless] ,' and that bad wine Copt Roumilctte Agent. and Pine' SEC. 3. The permit shall be given by said Physlcian -
Jacksonville Fin-Corner Bay Street or Mayor, certifying upon said application
j had had its part in causing/ communism Dr. L'Eiigle'H Drug Store, A. C. anphere, Ticket
over here may >eke out a subsistence from Constantinople, the sufferings of us correctly possible the cause of the death of
and revolution.] If both wine and Agent; A. L. llungerford, Agent.St. said ami designating! the place of burial
k f by raising,vegetables, for the nolthern refugees throughout the country are women 'shall l be improved in France Augustine, Jo-Ja.-on the Bay, R. F. Armstrong and Liming such permit with the Clerk of the city,

l 'j, market, but even this may not ]last very great lIe _refers particularly. ] ] to, 'there Will)] be hopo for her still. Heretofore Palatka, Agent., Fla.Lillenthal Rnm.
long, nnd all their hopes may bo blighted recent ll'l'grnmsfrom] Adrianople] a in France, the cry' has been General Passenger LEVli Agent., 4. Any and all persons otllciating at the
burial of buried
from the socialists "Bread' and the any person contrary to the' provisions -
by the announcement that tomatoes city having population of 200,000 W..F. BARKY, of this Ordinance, or any person certify-
circus. M. Ol\mbelt\.wnuld, them ( .
give .tr. N.'IIARh1MAN tug or, granting a permit for i burial in confljc.twith.
1 andvcucumber8 "may" be raised as far souls, situated,140,miles from Constantinople better mothers and sisters: to make J. or contrary to its provisions, shall be,liable
] and considered the second --.-11.- --------- -- Manager. to a fine of not less than ten; or more than fifty
their bread that the home make
1 north as Key West or'upon tho east captal may dollars :' T. KYDD,'

bank of the St. Johns!Il of tho.Turkish Empire.: Refugees them happier than the circus. MANSION_ HOUSED Attest: President of Council.

from the provinces which have been CiiA8. ANGEL, Acting City, Clerk
l 1\ OLEOMARGARINE is 'to'carry oil' thorn FKKXANDINA, FLORIDA. -- .- _. .- .
t. THE .RUSSIANS IN CENTRAL ",tSI.I.I given up to the Russians or their friends, Prof. Thomas declares that it is

I I; A Moscow paper speaks with confidence are gathered together in vast numbersn Better than inditlerent butter, saying: JY.IWe: : JDQ-WIETZE. 1'EIt.III'II..I';.
I, DEn and by virtue of execution issued
an
'It i is '
of n military railway from the this city ; their sufferings are growing m destined oleomargarineiiutter / VRDER, NEATNESS_, AND COMFORT., U out of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial
is at no distant day to
Circuit of Florida, for Nassau County, on u
I Sea to tho Tekke Turcoman worse daily ; the mortality among W Remarkable attention given to the Cuisine.
Caspian lie placed side by side with the best!' judgment therein rendered at the fall term of said

!r region, as an enterprise to be carried them increases at a frightful rate. No creamery, and drive! out of the market The Arched Drawing Rooms and Hall Conservatory Court Nassau, in favor County of the, and Board against of Public Ueliu Billings Instructionof ,administratrix -

,, : through with little delay, for tho use resources have been provided for their ill inferior grades." And another' Professor of the estate of Liberty Billings, deceased .
have a quiet elegance that pleased worldwide and to me directed 1 have levied
A. Mott Jr. adds "Thisis upon
: of tho expedition which is ordered to relief: Henry and will offer for sale to the highest bidder before
the opinion of scientific man tourists. The MANSION, under the care the
every Coiirt-House door at Fernandina on the first
i I 1 set out'next spring in the direction of, In Ireland, particularly in the western who has thoroughly investigated tho Monday of January, ItM (being the fifth day of
is of Major F. C. SUHHKB, proposes to retain its said month),within the legal hours of sale on said
\ I counties the distress
Afghanistan One Russian journal, by very great. subject, and unpleasant as the fact may day the following described. real estate,or all the
tho way referring to the awkward posi Tho Lord Mayor of London receivedon seem, dairymen have no one to blame name given by the Savannah Aeuw right, title and interest of the said estate of Liberty -
themselves. Billings,deceased, therein vii: Lots 7, 8 and
for it but
tion of the English army near Cabul, Christmas Eve 2,000 for the relief "THE OLD FAVORITE.+ 9 in Block No. 31; Lots 1,7 and 8 In Block 52;
Lots 10 and 12 in Block U; Lots 3, 4 and 5 in Block
remarks that "Russia would not break of tho sufferers. The benevolent] in Mit. HERBERT SPENCER says : "No 11 tf _F. C. SUIIREn.,Agent.MALLORY'S :27; Lot 7, Block 77; lots 3, 6, 7 and 8 in Block 36;
will no doubt distinguish school] of ethic avoid forth ---r- Lot 1, Block 41; l.ott. Block 12; Lots 1 and 6 in
own taking
if those should be our country can
her heart"
troops Block 33: Lots M ,
: U ly, :20 and :32, Block,10; Lots
obliged to succumb to the between this kind of need cuus- ultimate moral aim a desirable state 3I, 8, 6, Block :34; Lots, S, Block 32; Lots 1,2.3
b enemy. of feeling called by whatever 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10,11,12, 13, 14. 32. a% 31, Block No.!
The distance to the part of Tartary ed by bad seasons and failures of crops) .name STEAM 5ft-all lln the City of Fernandina, Nassau County,
happiness. Hlr LINE.
gratification enjoyment FlORIDA
State of Florida or so much of said real estate as
that is be reached the -and the wants of Mr. Parnell'a, polit- -
to by projected Measure[ somewhere some time, to will be necessary to satisfy said judgment.;
ical propagandists ,,and agitators who is Terms cash, purchasers |mying for tltle..
road is about 200 miles from tho Cas some being or beings, an inexpunga- PETER CONE, Sheriff

% pian. Hitherto the Russian troops had always require money for their ownexpenses be'] element of the conception" Fernaudina, Nov- 29-, 1879.' --........ .)}. ,_, pp :.--
.. ...,. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
-74t made use of camels in their desert cam and for stirring up strife "---r --- Notice to Jebtnrfl and Creditors.

:' paigns. To the want of sufficient trans against the government.In ITiiclm NJ: SV 2unL\K"Jncnt_ L. -\T OTICE is hereby given that on the 7th of
,131 September, }1879 letters of administrationwere
.. portation tho recent disasters: in that Silesia, important province of SPENCER"HOUSE, ay t grunted to the undersigned and he was duly
qualified as administrator: of the estate of Charles
;, country are attributable. To constructthe Prussia torn from Austria more than ST. MAIIV'M, '*GKOUGIA.JW. L. Ito)'t,deceased late of Nassau county. There
; fore,all pt'1'tI01U1hfln,creditors and others'
proposed line from the Caspian to one hundred years ago by Frederick :."THOMPSON,'of the Kearsage House, claims of any 1UlurevhatllOCvr against-having the-

the Turcoman oasis would require ten he Great, and vastly improved under Mountain, Proprietor. STEAMERS estate of the deceased, will present them, duly
I Transient rule. M.50: per tiny. Liberal term THE FINE authenticated, within two yean from the publication '
It"-'" thousand tons of rails; tho cost of construction his successors, there is now suffering nude to thane desiring board( by the week. 11 tf of this notice or they will be burred, and
I TEZA.S all person Indebted to Mid estate are requested
WESTERN
alone would be upwards of from famine; and a dispatch from Ber- to make payment... '

t! .. $2,000,000, and a t.lpecillllUtllcuty] would tin reports that $100,000( ( have been collected Ste Mary's, River Pactel.ii CITY OP: ATJSTI1T' ?-0-law6w __._. _FRED Administrator.W. HOYT.

arise in the. necessity of conducting in Prussia for the relief of the CITY, 07 DALLAS. ---.
Improved> Property for
the entire, work under tho cover oft ulferers. STEAMER OF THIS LINE will leave Fer- Sole ,
Austria ] and A iiandnui rrrry JVuluy for New,York ; and
\' r troops, who ,would be exposed constantly In portions of Italy from New York,Pier 20 East River,every Friday THE subscriber offers for sale ten acres of land
.i' to Turcoman attacks and who Spain, the population! is still suffering i for Florida at 3 p. D'. AUUO Levy County FlA., between Ar-'
redoudoand BrOWlOn, the
: Thin Line,heaving no transfers to make between on Atlantic, Uulf and,,
',: would'',need supplies to be forwarded for want of food; and emigration to = Jaiksomille and New York offer the beat and West India Transit Railroad. The land I* all well
cheapest transportation to Floridahiptors.Oranges improved. under good fruits, and has a comfort-
from the sea all along the line of operations America is i assuming .unusually largo !Sir. FI.unA, will receive 8JItl'I411ue in handling.INuutcuger. able frame house. There are 80 peach tree. the'

as nothing can be obtained in proportions in several countries.Euutneipuliol CAPT. JOB SMITH. Acrouitnitdntlous are Scuppernong feen-to and the and Honey Concord Peach; 75;orange'\j& grape trees vine 1 to-3'''

o theregion: to be traversed. No con in C\wa.-The Spanish El W4T! .CLtSSS. year ornamental of age shrubbery.; and a large variety'_ of valuable
:
Will le.Y. Ferroau'dfua every MONDAY and TUCKS-
tractor would expose himself to such Senate last week passed the bill to DAY at 8 a. m. mmi CKN1BK: : bTHEEf: DOCK forTraders' The traveling public are offered the advantage, .'on This. property U in ahealthy and huitful'eitua-
of* DIRECT LISK' WITHOUT NY CUAXufai. JEO. BURN81DE' ,
4f risks''' and losses, and the government abolish slavery] in Cuba. The vote nllt"'tloIUf( msdeatJack.omfilewith IAII"t.l&n1- 47.tt Mirror. > office', Fernandioa, .'.1&.
IIill bout for all points on the St. John', OckUwaha -' --
would bo obliged to carryout the un stood 134 to 14. Eight senators from and Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad \YJL B. c. UURYEI,

'" dertaking. It is plain! that the project Cuba voted i in tho minority;, all the aDd all. InU-nnedUte landing on the St. Mary'sHlvcr. at Fenuuuliiu*for all| railroad stations la Florida.

is one not easy to be accomplished, and other representatives from the Westndieu Freight and Passenger Rates 'Lower General: Commission Merchant,

IF nothing,,but the kind of political necessity refused to vote for or against the Through Bills of Lading than by Indirect Lines. Cenlr 'L,near R. U. Dept,

'. -: for ,self-defense or to "secure a bill. The fate of the measure is not FROM NEW YORK 'by the ROB II RTS LINE of *S*Through Rate and Bill of Lading to all FEBN.L DINA, FLA.
frontier"which urKAULltt: to alll-.IIUIi ou the St. Mary' point.
scientific! govern- lecided.] Ak4t.Steamers of this Line sail direct from Perluuidiiut :HAT CORN
'menta 'are wont to allege in justification Thirteen newspapers have been pro- Close Coultectlnu: i to JfASSAV'. J'., under contract with lif OATS.Treatise .
the Bahama Oovernuient, and are the only steamer -
of their hazardous plans] \ of con. the that laud Mt the pier in Nassau. -
C scented for attacks upon new gov made with the New York nd Savannah L amen
_.. quest orself-aggrandisenient,woutdjus.r ernment. 'In several cities Republican Mark ail"good "Care of steamer Mayflower !',r- R. W. $bOt'THWICK.Feriuutdma nt. on the Orange;
uandlua. II. MALIjORY & CO. *
:' tify the entering upon such an under- demonstrations occurred,' and the authorities GOOD MCOMMODtTION5brPesteacen.'lrx' C. !'inkl1.u.: : & River, New. York.MASOXIC. 2.tt BT T. W. HOoR .
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taking. _, ._ --- have made many arrests, urtiouliU and T. uriati will find Site a very at* .-There will be a regular com-- THIS,.valnftbto.OB Price work 641 U rents for sale at the office of the
rai-tive trip aa tl e sc"n'ry i* graud anj alligator* of Amelia Lodge, No." F. AA.
I IJerlion 47 ThU U th .
times *
anticipated. only .
are tor
...- lviTli this issue we bid adieu to tho stormy and for otbi further'r&{aWl tntorniatioa are abt1 dant.apply to M. ou Monday evening, January 26th at ro'clock >j. lar l..tiOQ ud .tlU It tins inf.wmath-.u this that will
friends ta the British P rlian& tlt.-The ,harp. Transient brethren are fraternally ; be or value.to the ,range In
I ,, told year, and wish all our, aj H. i. BILLIXOH. invited to attend. W. F. SCOTT. W.M. Callto.nia U. author a.grower Loulsnsna and
: ,JIappy.New Year! j' Liberals: have gained \ictory\ io choo 2>-U .& iiI: 1'\1.1111". Iti JOHJT A WuiTxir,Secretary. .;: >..* '1. Sal onus growers Ua the 6ta&on4.or. the' woes eateceu., .

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THE FLORIDA: MIRROR : FII ANDTJTA', FLA. ,,'

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LOCAL KEFLECTIOXS.v Reception of Get. Grant.At Tho Florida Central It. 11 Case to be an unusual feeling of dislike to -1laasau College I IHo '.

-., -*' -.- .. a meeting of the citizena: of the city of Fer- The ,order of the' U. S. Supreme this law, as being oppressive and un -opened Monday, October 20th. '.
-
Corrcponlentsi; rmndlna held on the mor.ilng of the 29th, to Uk Court Pupils received any time and at the 1
in this is follows .
into case as : just, and no doubt that if it were carried
consideration
the '
Imvlnpr business ways and means as to the usual
And persons with this rates.
paler,will reception of General Imnt, who is expected to The Florida Central Railroad Coin!':i< to n legal conclusion before, the institution
please direct to FLORIDA MIRROR, Kernandhm.Xottcc To the citizens of Florida this '. ,
arrive here on Sunday next Mr. Geo Iturnside ny, npelhtnt, vs. J.'rc Schutte ct al. the Supreme Court it would decided affords every facility near homo -" r r
was called On consideration of the motions to j
jo ISeekeepers. to the tint and W. J.1Voodw' d requested -
![ for the education of their
unconstitutional, inasmuch as it is a thorough .
to remarks vacate the dismiss the
act
II i After few supersedeas.
Believing that of gul secretary A
many our !<('rilwrll arc m lov daughters) I
i en! of honey, !and would keep bee enough toIIlIip1) explanatory of the objeit of the meeting by Capt. appeal, and for leave to file n new bond tax upon enterprise and brains rather

their own taMes at least, if they knew I). K. Maxwellon motion of U. M. Smith a committee in this 'nnll' than upon 1 capital or lands : in fact, an Some ..llo'cOf

how to do it, we hors made nrningcment to supply of three, e..imi ting of It. M. Smith 1>. K. It is ordered by this court that the unjust discrimination between the }professional those nice French Broadcloth and I
.I the MII \\'t'lInlltf Hon. Norman Rrownson were motion to vacate the suporsodoas bo, I
them appointed
Ilcrkeejirr't Magatinr, a 83: -page and non-professional classes Tweed Coats still on hand, and will bo
monthly, at only $1.00 /lrar-forml'r/ price $1. JO. to nominate a general committee, to and the same is hereby granted, ami sold out much below cost bv

Besides this we cnn furnioli nil Intel ,lx>oki on lnnk arrangements for Uen. Ciranfs reception.This the motion for )('1\\010 tile a now boiulbe in that it imposes an extra tax upon octlS M. DOWNEY.lil .

the subjects, together with nil article used In committee win itumed as follow: ('apt.w and the same: is hereby, denied) : the superior enterprise and education ;

beekeeping at the lowest price. The Magatineit A. SanWn, chntrnanV.; J. Woodward, and it is further ordered) Tluit the appellees of the former class. Such a law is a and Winter Clothing. '' "
full of information for iK-cretnryj; Mew II. .:. iMterer Win. Lnwtey, file with tho clerk of this
beginners and I court
when givesadvice A. B. Nose+, U. Mark, T. Kydd, S. A, Swann, C. -lisgrace to tho State. These licenses J. & T. Kydd one now receiving their I
T just needed each month in the and! with the counsel for the appellant
yenr.'We
Angel, 11. :M. .Nnith. C. V. llillycr, J. II. ITcscott, about fOmr'tii the total f fall stock' ot" .lIwnll', youths' and boys':
(taxes
will furnish the Mirror and the Magazine to on or before the t first day of }\'lJrunr) pay; one- : o o

all who apply,on receipt of the price,S3.00 1\ year. ('IIIlaillll'V., H. u. Uuryee. C. W. Yulee, D. K.Maxwell next, a statement in writing of tiltpapers. the State, and to effect this the Stale l'lothing'II'h ices. they oiler at very low .t'

-- -.--- Hon. N. Krowuson and 8. T. Riddell. documents) l\utllrnofJ, used on them whate\er pi __ __ _.
The jives no advantages
meeting then adjourned. :
SUBSCRIPTION : $:3,00 a year. $1.00 for The the hearing below, and omitted in tin The Singer Seirlng Maehtne.Mr. I
Gt'nerlllCmumittec of Arrangement was This thing needs! looking into. TheInw .
six months. called to order transcript now on tile, which thdl'<'111 ( John Mackenzie has taken the
immediately after the adjournment
also i is defective in that it
-- ---- ---- for the presentatioi, requires ,
of the citi/enV: meeting and organized by necessary proper agency of this excellent sewing ma
HON. WILE: CALL came home to of this and that unless the little trivial and tluomission I
electing t'apt. W. A. Sunborn permanent chairman cause, appellants so many: things, chine, and i is now prepared to furnishall

spend the holidays and \\'. Woodward permanent secretary, ) shall! on or before the 15th da.v of some of tlicso has l'1\ust'll supplies and repairs( necessary for

----- --- and adjourned meet at the office of H. M.Smith of March file in this court as part o much trouble to somo of our citizens it. Ho sells tho needles at 2.1) cents a l '

Miss BKEWSTER has established a ut 3. 30 p. in. the record), copies of such papers, dull ; dozen, and! all other articles nt the i
The General certified the clerk of the Circuit :and it is easy: for officers to allow\ such i
Kindergarten school at Jacksonville. Committee met at the appointed| by prices established by tho manufacturer. "

---- ---.--- hour, Capt. "'. A. Sanborn in the chair. On motion Court, or his deputy, under the wl\llIl things to happen, especially, \ if it afterwards Call and see tho late Improved Singer 1'

A NEW schedule went into operation of Capt. C. W. Yulee, the following named the court, this appeal bo dismissed turns to their benefit. tho most complete) machine in the

I>('\fout were added to the committee: Gen. W.J. December: : 187'J. world. JJ '
on the A., G. & W. I. T. Railroad last There will bo an extra largo area o II 1
( M. Iii\KIr. J. I). Palmer, Col. J. CV Head, True copy.

Sunday _._ Hon. 1'. 1'. Itahop, and Mr. J. W. Howe)). I). W. Minw.KTox. cotton planted this year, from }present Hoot and Shoe ,I

EVERY steamer---out- --of tho- Ocklawaha The following sub-eommilleca were appointed: Clerk Supreme Court United States i indications. A new stock just received at J. fe T.Kydds' fi !

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l'italiOIl-1IUII. N. Hrownwin, chairman, Col.J. .
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Weather I.. .
as pleasant! as possible ; J'
river brings a full cargo, mostly of or- C. Read Mr. K. :M. Smith, :Mr. A. O. Mal'I>on- Call alt
ell, (: I). Ftnr llata.J. ,
E.
all. Maxwell. in I
l bloom. Thermometer
trees are Elder MacDotiell, of Macon( Georgia,
----- Ktrtption-Uen. \\". (m. M. Davis, chairman,
70 in the shade Christmas preached for us yesterday ; u splendid it T. K 'lht have just! received Anew
THE other day we saw n field of sugar Copt W. A. Sanborn, Capt. W. B. C. Purjee, l stock ot gent? fine hats lateststyles
and lay the ,
-ermou appreciated > largos I
cane in tassel. This i is quite an Ito S. T I1I Hilltop, Mr. II. Dotterer, Dr. J. D. I'almer, friends ?
unusual occurrence in this .I. C.
of the tillage
part I Mr. E. 1'. XO-l't. Mr. C. V. llillyer\ Mr. U. Stark. Sam Williams, rantankcrous bird- lilt and Winter Joods.J. .
.State. JYm"rt-\lr.: T. Kydd, chairman, Mr. C. "'.
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+}---fr- ------- Lewi. Mr. A. H. Xoyes, Mr. J. II. 1'rl.8l'Ott,1\Ir. of-freedom, whipped out his: little razor Acknowledgement.Trinity << it T. Kydd 1 are now receiving every ,,'
AMONG the t letters detained at Jacksonville Fred. W. Hoyt.The and whacked Tony CIIIO'IUCru8S the M. K.: Church desires to ac week largo shipments of Fall' and Winter '

for of is committee then adjourned to meet on the knowledge time reception) of a very I line goods' dry goods, dress good, clothing
: non-payment postage call of the chairman. hand here, on Christmas s eve. On his !title ot the value of eight dollars, hats and cap.boots and shoes,

one for Mrs. Christina Hunter, of Fer- "'. It. HANBORN, earn. way homo ho had an altercation with. )presented\ by Norman Brow 11:0\011:\ lsg h which they aro selling at the lowest

nandina. W. J.WoonwARD, Sec'y, Harrison the of the COIlt'erelll'cIlld market '
.. Henry which resulted illlInrrlson' mr use ol prices f'
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this church hereafter. This is
THE steamship City of Dallas arrived Hoard of Trade.A getting i cut dangerously n prosout "elO Good
at. time right limo and ill tho light \
)last evening at U o'clock, and immediately meeting of those interested in the not fatally. All the above named me place, for which thu thanks! of (the A few ease's of nice fall goods just ; I

proceeded to discharge her cargo organization of a Moral of Trade wa> colored, and the whole cause of the ollicer.s of the church aro hereby expressed. :arrived and now opened in thin City i '

for this held in II. )r. Smith's office, Second trouble was-.whisky. 1 K.; FKKtuiMjN: Pastor.: ;Mart, and will bo sold without reserve, -
port. together with balanco of goods
now on
--- i street, Monday night. There was a The negroes held "watch: meeting"all "
GEN. GRANT will not leave Washing- 1 Hoard of Trade Medina.A III\IIdby DOWNKY.. s1; .
large attendance and much interest was Christmas eve night.
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meeting for the )pnipo.su of completing I
his
Southern until Friday
ington on trip -
manifested. A determination to accomplish Mahoney nI1l11'irktt'tsll'ltm engine, ) the organization of a )Board ol H'anled, IIroncrN. t I IAt

as he desires to spend New Year'stiny something. more than mere to be used forerunning a grist mill and [frail will bo bold at R. 31(, Smith's the 1''.union! Ilolel-llnt-cluM WuNlien and
in that Apply, nt the date !. 10
city. talk was apparent Capt. W. A. San rice cleaner, and for )pumping water al ollico, FridaC'cllill at 7'M:: o'clock --- _.-

THE stea met P/urt'nce Witherbeet which born was chosen, temporary Chairman, the railroad tank, has been received\ as All business interested:! of importance aio invited to will bo bo present; I'lorlda I'cach Tree : I

has heen plying between Jacksonvilleand and i Fred. W.lIo"t Secretary. A committee and will be in operation by Jan. 1st. presented. I Foil SAI.K' -A lino lot of young budded l trees, ;, .
principally the early vnrletloH-the IVen-to, Ken-:
Green Cove Springs, is to be takento on permanent organization was The following Ulcers of Callahan By order of the President. nnnl'M May, Alexander, Atnmlen, &u.,with other

New Orleans. appointed and recommended the election Lodge, No. U2, P. & A. M., have been -- FKICU.; W., HOYT, Secretary tilt rlK| >u In ueceMlon till winter her term If I !t
nililit-MN W... H. LIIHKV.Hcv. .
WE call attention to the advertisement of the following as permanent elected for the ensuing year : W. Mif Hotel Arrival IQ-M. Archer, AlarhuuCo., .' ... '

officers W. A. Sanborn President Saunders W. M. George Hedges ,
of the Inside Line from Savannah. : ; ; \ KOMONT!-Will C Brown, 8t.- "oui, ; CO.iAMI:iWLtL.IKRNANntaAMAIKETCouItIL7KDwrEKI.Y.

These boats are in every way W. B. C. Duryee, Vice President ; Fred. \V.; II. Colson, J.V..; J. B. Little, Jules Griner, R M S ; W A Sanborn, t

W. Hoyt Secretary S. A. Swann Treasurer E. Harrison Secretary. I'Yrnandina Jno I'll Cedar ,
comfortable and safe, and the route ; ; ; l'lOnM, Keys; IIY \>'". LA w'TKY.SplrltiTurlcntlur..N. ( I
Treasurer. After the appointment of We are glad to note that Mrs. P. \V II LeCain,;RMS: ;r S LcinbergovN ?? ;3'J II# X! .
one of, the most pleasant in the South. Y ; E 1) Johnson! and' wife, Oswi n committee on constitution and bylaws Kelly long an invalid, i is regaining her
V Mrs C Bibb and maid J/IS Marsliand I'nr...........non.I In market, I
GEN. GILLMORE estimates the cost of consisting of Messrs.:Smith, Kydd health under the skillful treatment i' ; t'rude'ruricnllnu....none in umrket.Cotlon '
servant, New Jersey;j-'Ch as Hay -Heu 1,1"l1tlll1 the nerd........ 4 4 Cdl 6 ,
imp1'0\'ingYotusla. bar at 'the head of and Prescott, the meeting adjourned Dr. Palmer of your city. Olj'/ den Miss Hayden, Miss (1 laze, Coluiii- ,

Lake, George at $;!OOOO, and says the subject to the call of the President. -- -- -J.;In:.IIA II. bus, 0 ; J C Gordova, Spain ; Jill D Curreo't..tl FKUNANDIN'A: l h y Mm. HKTAII riiirk, denier MAKKKT.l In .Jo'rultf. lVegetables

improvement "seems! to be desirable," Another meeting to he held nt the Archer Lang, W D Yurst and wile, Montreal ; 1111. Uunleu Hvt> .. F Copeland, Brooklyn, N Y ; J J Witt, whir+RA,.......
has been called the
in which most people hereabouts will same place by The last week has been the quietest 1'nluioen |XT III1"h..I..1 40 ftfl 60Sw
Capt J HinoH S S 11 estern'I'exas\ l K: )FDeCotta.
President for Friday evening at 7:30: : ; "cot r<>tiil Her lillHhel............ 0 DO) (till 0 75 I '
concur. ._ o'clock and a large attendance is earnestly Christmas week that our village ban Jacksonville ; J II Taylor, ('III.I"I"e, per 1IIIIIttr ,' .....................10 00 4V tlO: OO
--- Philadelphia A J Miller J 11 HnwHl\ Oul"uslargmvt| ............. ....... I0 CO UO )
PINAFORE has yielded the sum of desired. seen for years-less drinking, carousing ; t!.w J'f.u., |K r mullet......?...?....?.. 1 73 tV 2 00
and noise. Christmas! Eve; was Tlioi M Blodgett St Marys ; J B Kip, Tuinutoro, |>vr l'rille....._................ .0 00 oi) 015)roan
$315'above" all expenses, at Jacksonville 11'atelilfeeting.. NY ;; S J Beecher, wife? and! datihgter! .
in quiet} as a funeral. The colored people Mich S C JnoT Wt.odhull .Apple, per liiMhvl.,..,M...,.,............. :3(M) A > BO
which amount will be used The Methodist Society will hold 1 ; Partridge, Ix-iiKum, |H-r hnndrfd.?........N,1.... a UI)((ijk 4 UItanium )
the purchase of books for the Library.The watch-night service to-night at their had a Christmas tree at tho Methodist: New Haven, CtF; C,U Dibblo, Flat, ; \\ *. |x-r hundred.................?.. HOOfejl BOOCoconiiulH
Church, and crowd was in attend 1 K: C Muirhcad, N Y : K: LKinneywiti') ,raehN..N.........? 0 10 C'V U 15
people of Jacksonville uro wise in church beginning at y o'clock: a, m. I-UVLTHV.
i ance. They reported a grand time, 2 daughters and timid, Mill" Onllln, Mrs TurkeYl(,t."lIh..,..................N..N.,1 25 O 1 00eieeM j
their generation. All are cordially invited to attend, Vail ands, : daughters, Jno Thomson, >, e.&dl..1 73 BO 1 UOChlckeim '.
keeping up the fun into the "sinu' Miss E Rogers N Y K: G Townsend. Krowu..........................._ U5' W 40
of the especially members of other churches : do lntlf-icrowiu..w......,.,....... :U"ftp 23'
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THE framework saw-mill to in the hours. .1 1' Crosslancl, S C; It M Grinncll, 1)ucka, icrown. i'H-r jmlr.....:............. 10))6t 121)' ) ':

be erected at Cedar Key by C. A. Fairchild city. - Mrs. W. C. Darden gave a supper ) wire, ('lalhl and maid, NY ; J T Rein Eggs,,v wr duxcii.KlITtllKH'..................MKATM.Iteef .?........... 33' b# 40 '

of Jacksonville, is now rapidly Nassau Chapter.At in honor of her natal day, !hart, Jacksonville ; J Slaughter: to- _tcuk...................................., 0 64 i 11
bile I'ork,...........?................................. A III 10
approaching completion at that. city, a meeting of Nassau Chapter, R. which was! fully attended, and a veryv Mil It 01 ......................................... M 0 (r' 10
for A. M. held at Masonic Hall MANSION HOUHK.: -John C Green, NY t'lil UJIoIICI!......?................................... 15 '!Il.
on Friday
and will soon be ready transportation pleasant evening spent, with music ;and ;
; II 0 Wilcox, Spring Garden Centre, run, rrcii: AC, l' I I 11M
to its destination.THE evening, Dec. 2Cth, the following 'officers a bountiful supper. In the country, Fla; Ned K: Farrell, "lItlFe Canal. lI"f.1I1"r hundred tauude..Y.N 75 ell
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Corn |per bnsbrL.N.N ?? 1 U)dlulu co
were elected. for the ensuing Masonic Mr. William, Bigham kept open borsht: Fin; H W Reed, 'Jacksonville: Fin; 1'J ( ,|H-r bu.I.ri.N/,.?............... ..... M' btHruu 00 i
nEw pastor of the Methodist Burrin, E G Hill, L.iwn-y: Fla; J N and niiddllntfi, p r I''.'pouiidji, 1 ;V) M 1 40 .
Church year: one day for any and all of his friend* Rosinville Flour, |M-r luirri-l...............?............ H Ml (ollomliiy vim
Rev. James Atkins, was transferred .AV.M. LAWTEY, High Priest. Quite a number availed thcinselvc* Moore, Fla; Cot Green, Flu; I per luirrel...................... 475ft: II lI)
to Florida from the Alabama 'W. F. SCOTT King. A A Brown, Cedar! ; T Ran- Ice, per ton '10. lCvUll.75o.iM-r: Ill; per Ib, 2o.C'KNTllAL "
of his hospitality. tall. Baltimore J W 'IhollmpKon 'fI
generous ; Speii-
Conference. He is represented to he A. O. MAcDoxELi., Scribe. ; LUIt1DA U.tLIWAD.J.Casu.v1LLK J :
PETER CONE Treasurer.W. Major; 'Brewer and bride returned 'er house, St. Marys, Ga; Mis L A 1' ji

a man of ability, full of zeal in the O. JEfFREYS, Secretary. from North Georgia last evening.Dr. ones, Macon, Ga; John Smith, Ida KL.. Ot-t. 8th. 1874.Ou I
And a'Ur tut Uti', train on this road .will
chosen work of his life. smith, Milwaukee, Wii,; Au uita .. .. I
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Deansuhlts ,again located in Archer.
Stewart Racine Win M K: Dorset, Ate
'< The Silent Man." ; r AND EIl'IIESS-DAlLy. .
REV. J. B.! LEY, who has preached in Ho removed to Kansas, two anta, Cia; J S Hogs and wife, Clinton, LureNAIL ..,.'.............A :30 p ro i
It is definitely settled that Gen.Granthas lea,. Wlilia llouae,... ..........8 It pm
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this city during the past year; as pastorof yean ago, but after a thorough trial of TClln; J JI Stevens nUll wife, Dayton, Lto..JJ.ad..aul..t..",....;.. .., 00 p m ." t,
Church has been' consented to the me of his name that land is satisfied to Ohio; S J-pstein, Savannah, 01\: Gnu WSwecney l>r.*. I'arbjrvilla ,...............7 JS pm
'the Methodist ; for the Republican nomination to the happy now try Jl\ck>> Fla: ,W U Culigny Le.,. .... ..,." .................V 07 pu
stationed at Key West for the*coming Florida again. onvillc1 here Diuake .. ........... ..... H 43: p m I
in Fernan. Presidency. Bronson, ; :Scripture autl U are Mt C.rrt......'......,..,., ou u m i r
year. During his residence Our enterprising townsman, W. B. wife, Hartford, Conn; Alexander Me- Ajrrlv at Lat. cmln.n.,9 W p m
dina Mr. Ley has'made many friends 1'. S.-Gen. Grant assured Com. Am- has back from Thoin- Carty Savannah (Jn J 1* Andrew Lave LJ,. Oak .. ...............3 It amArrtv '
regretfully. Lipsey, just got ; at Tel itii*. with him l .
who will pnrt. mon that he would accept the Presidency asville with a big stock of trees He' Jacksonville, FIn; Ana A Brown Bo Ex: Arrive at ..Ib." ,...,....;. ..;..?10 44 a m >

of th Isthmus. Canal as soon. a.. it Co; J N Moore, Kildare, Flu; J SimiiM, Arlve.l. Meraoah.11..u11.9 10 am :,"- !It
VICK'S catalogue for 1880 has been is enthusiastic over the Le Conte pear I..... bareullaho... .....11..1 4 80 pm
should be organized upon a proper Orange D1l1n, 'Flt; JH; Richardson, L<<-.,. A tb.Rr..11........... ...., i received. Besides being a reliable seeds and the Peen-to peach. Just now he U :Savannah; Ga; J S Hunt, Terre Haul, Lea,..TaJ1abu.III...........,.....,64Apm .l ; -'' t<
artist basis. about mud (I U S K Hav- a-.. ....,. 04k..2 10 ft ti* iL.re
man and florist, Mr. Vick is an concluded planting 10,000 peach trees- ; Danbeney, Corps, i Irk.tlty..i........ OU sr t t,
S.2d. has to
P Gen.Grant
and a literary character of much merit. enough, one would think, to supply; annah; J N Trotter, Al D, Virginia; Leave i III. (,'.rrl..... .. 11....... I II aID
is evidence. of the decline all .places and retire to his farm John J'oJ>(J, city; Mrs Clay William 1..O'u..4' 40 a m fit(
His magazine an Florida with dais delicious fruit. He (.ear.l.sbdrfloa.11. 6 80 a m
one, while each issue of his catalogue near St. Louis. ind daughter, Brunswick Oa; A A l..a.t D.rbvti.:.................... 64 amt i"i
of the other. has now thirty-five kinds of peaches- Brown !Southern Express: Company, ava liaidwln.........,.,...4l "6 4tf am.L \ ,
furnishes 1) 3d. Gen. Grant
proof S.
ample ripening from May to November and J f Smith, Florida; I H O'Neill, New .,. Ubil )f0l.............. ,...7 05 a m' '
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4 4 ---- Arriwat J.dt'oIlIllJ. ... ........ T 60 am .'
THE British steamship Gt"udaC"pt.! MB. AUGUSTUS BARATTE, who for is continually upon the look-out for (lope, Nuwaau; Norman Merry, Mund.i- Ou M.ll and 1:11Tr.lta: blecplrg Car. run I .
rin Fla f: D Hock well. Jacksonville bruuiiU, to and bow JatkaonvUt
; ) tu rataooau | J
Doherty, cleared on the 26th for many years has been connected with others. This is undoubtedly the fluent !'la, Miss, A in try, N V; Jim H Cu hing, also. tuca Kl.'lu| u. ran through to and from

Queenstown or Falmouth, for orders. the Custom house nt. St. Mary's Ga., peach country in the South, judging "thode I Idiid; (l F Avery, city; AKa A J.cksoann.tt'IN4NDI"A:'! atui Tallali.XI"Ui18.>_. (DAILY )' .

Cargo, 2.>,2j() eacks-925 tons cotton has just been appointed Inspector at : From the aged trees found on our old I Jrown, t;o Kx; Co; Joe Davenport, At- lash.J. boaW.U 16 s mArrly. .,

seed ; :alt:? barrels! rosin ; 50 bales sea that port, on the. recommendation ofMr. plantations- trees often eighteen to anta.. (la; F B l'IIpy. Tallahassee, Fin; D.IdwIIYN..N..NNNY.YN..19???..........._ I to au p IQ mArrIv.Ieruaudue ,." 1Lesr.

island cotton 20,338 pounds ; 79 bales inches in diameter the bane. J C Massengale, Kentucky, Jerry Oil- reru .. ,,.._?..........._..IU IMI a ID :
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Thomas M. Blodgett, the recently twenty at Lave U.md.ISY..NN.NYN..YY..1 t
lien, Briinvick, Oa; 1 A Bishop, Kly-; :eu>> p ntArrlt ) 4"O. ,
upland cotton-38,800 pounds. Valueof J..kauu U.....: .... .._ 1M'
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of losing -
Sonic
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$28,750. appointed Collector. As a recognitionof our people are rapidly ria, 0; Nannie Bishop do; Hiram, Ely; Pa....ages fur If,ruauJlua and- t>0ar Krjr f taw "_"'." l'p' ,

cargo, long and faithful services, the appointment faith in even the best of newspa Master Ely' Ohio; M A Fuller, Jack. bit. train Ko train from Baldwin. to Cedar. *'T on 91teo "
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sa is a good one on its merit, tonville, Flu; D P Myenon Savannah '.
THE Sun and publishing statistics pers. The Mirror last May published Pad wan Palac! Sleeping fen run through to and
for the public (service and must be particularly la( ; Geo M Robinson Campton, N H; root Ja.kwo.Dl..ud tsafittiubt also, through "
of orange groves along the StJohn' gratifying to Mr. Baratte's the text of a new license law, which J 31 Chrutinger, Dubuque! Iowa; Z .io....DiI can between Jaik.onf 111. aud IduuUoui-! .t

river, giving the ,number ofgroves many (friends in a community, amongst seemed to indicate that lawyers and Jones, King Ferry. FJa; W L Cheavis, *r CulollCta,, Ass at JackaPiivtlU wlU aha tiL Jobna river

with the number of bearingtrees which he and his family doctors were not taxed with a license Waldo, FJa; J W lliggins. Chicago, III; .t...,.*"{ ., &..I.lu wltu .A. U. 4 W. I. T. B. tt. 1.
and the total number of trees of the highest respect and esteem-wile Result[ of such'faith in the Mirror was J II Thompson, Albert J Thompson, lot C.d4r Kt r. UiJn..'llJ.. ,.,.,.lIdla. and p loU

all ages. These tables, when ('om pIe- it will J give confidence in the good feeling a heavy fine costs, etc., for .not taking. Aurora Ill; 0 B Still, Xalamazoo) .xwtb", Taaeh..ea.and west. al AUMIIr Lake tlljr vita.n>Mb.J. P.and k M.point B ft. ,: .

ted, will 'be of considerable value, an.d. and sound judgment; evinced by MichGW Guion and ,wile, William hertn aud W.." J. $. 4i'OY..
in this his first out a license. It will now be in order York Muter W i
will show a very large increase in th Mr. Blodgett appointment Kt'arneyNew ; M Chedham.' .,. u. DA41Dt1plt. 1'r6G.pua..t1oa.'c'. ,
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industry. in his new office. for the Mirror to explain., There seems Nashville Tcnn. c 1'.u4 T, .... a >1, .r.


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0. S. OAKES: A. B.. NOYES, s, Till: FLORIDArinAM

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''rHOLIDAYG1FTS
tor r Grocer and( Ship Chandler( I T TOWN IMVMNT aMPANYI

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ON it.n. LINT:,
? Undertaker Agent for 3.F.AVERT: & CO'S Plows.
County AM CEDAK: HEY.
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CKKTRK: 8TUKKT, LARGE ASSORTMENT. -
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? Constantly on handMETALLIC 52-tf EUXANDINA. FLA.. Offers to Lessees and Purchasersa
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Ar.J 1 & FfitIND A full stock hns just l been received, and every Department is replete with large number of the most eligi
BURIAL OASES, ble and desirable suitablefor
: Lots
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i CHKAP, USEFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS for Holiday: Presents in
r4 ti Wood Collins, Bakers anti Confectioners, ( Business Purposes,for Cityor

Suburban Residences, UPON
Tw In Rosewood, Walnut and other wood CHOICE GROCERIES: : EASY TERMS. .
GOODS DRESS GOODS
UM)IUTAKIUH: GOOnS, DRY Liberal DUcouut on Values; allowed -
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
MA80V10. AND OTHER EMBLEMS: SHROUDS to parties engaged in manufacturing -

I' AND EOBE8. TOYS AND,FANCY ARTICLES. or industiial! enterprises,
Goods and Notions.
{ -- Fancy > who will the
Embalming wOZlOa ,itl.Do.Hell WEDDINGS ENTERTAINMENTS: And erect on property purchased -

exhumed for removal. Safety guaranteed PICNICS furnished nt the shortest notice, at substantial iuipro\emeuts
I .FUN.RiLM.ttendelto.I ROCKUOITOM t PKICE.S, at for residence, or in which to con-

attention Order by mall or telegraph. will receive prompt ANra r.'s nAJ:: 1tY, BLACK CASHMERES' A SPECIALTY duct their b11siness.INDUCEllEN'fS.

Kciuember that I am Opposed to high prices. TO MANUFACTURERS -
('entre Street, PoM.Oflice.iL .
OFFICE! IN 'SAND"IRN'IIOYT'S OLD ST'HiE, opp UnNui iMHcd In and mid with from other, citieeImo' by fora
","' ---------- |> quality price, will\\\compare favorably luunpleM exemption!

Ian'4- .. 8ECOD STREET. E. DOTTE11BR term of years from taxation, offered -
the several cities and
by
) 1 SANBORN & HOYT, oviiaiKtiiiu, ITla.,, ..Special l Goods ,not' in stock can he ordered through us, thus affording towns. Apply to

: WHOLESALE A SAVING TO THE CUSTOMER of Express and other charges. All GEO. D. GILCHRIST,

: 1- DEALER: IN such orders carefully.)filled AT NEW YORK PRICES by our resident buyer. Agent,
Railroad
GROCERS F .X N: 1. JgiS Office Building,
Feruandina. 16-tf
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s SHIP CHANDLERS, Family Groccr an d Pl'Ovisions' s 'G tf" Corner Centre and Second} Streets. Till FLORIDA.

LUMBER NAVAL STORES ,
AND I' no'
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Customers, can rely ttpnn'letUnlChoIce Ooodi il : THIS.SPACE IS RESERVED FOR L LAND AND iMMiGRATION
I 4' Provisions 1 Groceries nothing but the ", ?

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Ij -.. ,nwAT MOTTOM I.HI ES.-fc* FINEST 11IMNDB CALVaN 4A'K.' Company: .4

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", ;12 In Store, and to arrive by Steamer and Sail .. _._ are kept'_ In. utock. .. ...___. .A;,_ Jacksonville, Fla., : OFFCB3GOO.OOO!

ZOO Bales! Good nay; For flood Ctutom.mada f.,_
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m 1 '100,0001fard nrlck; : : HARBIN WOJKKS. Al"ItES '
'h' ,, ", .,
; i ', .; 1OO Cake! Lime; BOOTS AND SHOEStff r '
; \ : y ", 100 KCRS Nails( ", Of the most ACCESSIBLE and
E..D. ROCKWELL AGENT FERNANDINA
i FOB ,
,
l 1OO UurrcU KEROSENE OIL, 110 fire \ t DESIRABLE lauds: in the
c N.t, proof 12 eta tier gallon on board train ..

f ,tI ;;I.i A large stock of(Jro<'c ll'lI, rro\Iniou, Crock I I' ; .1\:. STATE OF FLORIDA,
i.M ery Hardware, Dry Goods, Furniture, boors'Blind. ,'.
{.\>; t I "- ., Hush) I'alnln,OiU,and Vllrnltolil'41 /!. ,- :]IB. D IJ RI''EE'Sj ;at only $1.23 per ncre to new' set'

ixruimiY: LOU von ('..UUI.'t -', tlors, with the privilege of s lcc-

i Bond order at OIIPC,or call and examine before LIVER AND KIDNEY PAD lion in P'trcelb of 4.0 acres or more.
k
w purcluuilntf cNewlicre.,_ ,, These lauds are located ou and
'
SANBORN & HOYT adjacent: ; to the line of the Atlan
:h<;coed, M., Fernandina.yt rf( CURES
tic Gulf and India
', West Transit
., "';' O. 'S. Oakc T Liver Complaint, ;KMnoy Disease, Fever and Ague, Catarrh CO.'H R. R., extending from Fer-

: :: Qo to f Female Weakness, Neuralgia Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Side- uandiua, on the Atlantic, to (eedHr?

Ache, Bilious Complaints/ and any Disease arising Key, on the! Gulf) coast, thus affording

4 COfaAC'TOR'andOUIIDER: John MaoKeiizie's, from Disorder of the Stomach or Blood. to the producer cheap,

,. 1 Sign or the GOLDEN SHOE, ,! Price One Dollar.. Sent by mail on receipt i of price.' constant and rapid transportationto
the best markets.
R Manufactures )
First Storo on Oontro Strcot,near RaU- Liberal,discount to :1'
MOULDIN08. DUACKKTa. SKWED AND TURK.EU ., Dcalcru.EO. The belt of country traversedby
cad .
.. Bil.OJTErtS NBWf>'LS. STAIR UA1L3 1 Depot, 1IUG1IKS: A BRO Agents,
EAVES.TItODUII3 r the Transit.,R. R. embraces i .
: 8UEATII- ,
1 No. 1 West St. Ocean JACKSONVILLE:; FLA. : -
t ,-wwnoo WEATUBHBOARDINO,AND' FERNANDINA, FLA. Bay ,cor. : ,
: FLOOUINO. 9T-ttSTuii'i ,. ,- .EVERY, VARIETY ,OF..SOIL
Makes .. ,, & IIUOTIIEK, -- '
bo found in
to the State, a large *
NTAIlt AND (IIUUCII U'OKKA I .
SPECIALTY. FEIIUmINA.: FLA., !f W'lt 'QlRI'i' proportion being peculiarly adapted -

Manafact'irers' and Dealera In Cook and Parlor to toe culture of SEMITROPICAL |
DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES OF ALL SIZES
4 FRUITS and Early Vegetables,
Post Offloo Box ITi. FerMulilna/FII. Stoves Heaters: Ranges and Fruit Trocr Eases Deciduous and :Evergreen
I Jan* Tropical) : Semi-Troplcal) : and, The Large (Compact Bodies cj

Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Roofing Shrubs> and Flowcrlnar Plants. Timber make these lands worthyof

G. F. AVERT and Guttering. 1 CAREFUL EXAMINATION by manufacturers -

'.' TiiHt: Uooolvod NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE of LUMBER AND NAVAL
:
if STORES.
a large consignment of StOY"I.'rilE. TREES MADE A SPECIALTY. NEW

,Livery, & Boarding Stable.CAHRIAGEN .. COOK9S: JK WELM land from SETTLERS this company purchasing are furnished -

+ g e-Send for Descriptive Catalogue. with entire
,. and WAUO.XM feappropriatrlyua'ued-It; ia jewel. We ''WILli free passage on
!and.from Steamers" and Train SOT be uudernolJ, ALBERT I. IIIDWELL, the Transit R. R.-'for1' family and
1-ly Corner 3d and ASHK !:lb!. .
CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, }O w.t --:..-.. -...:..-; personal effects to the station near-
J WILLIAM, F. WOOD, Jr., t-tf Jacksonville, :Fla. est the land purchased
t I !I FOR aAL)

t HORSES. ,. BUGGIES, HARNESS' Newsdealer, Bookseller, Stationer, ,l.I>UHTKIMACHINEWORKS: IL GOOD, FINE LAUNDRY SOAPAT rived TITLE by grant COMPhETEbeingde-from the United

'WAGONS.Jj .
CARTS AND .
DEALER IN FANCY ARTICLES, THE States and purchase from the

'...-TEUUH:: C4 HII.-i Slate of Florida.
'. 312 Centre Street FER5ASDIU FLA. .
J Florida Soap Factory
Oftlce and Stable-Flrxt Street" ,near" Broom j_ CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
i+ ''.:: Street Wharf *Mf 8',elf Papers, Picture Frlm ., Bracket' Tramps,
:;, t. CKSONVILLEIron Croquet Hei, Hand OlaH.! Conibn, Hruihen, eta1'.1l.dllrl"I' F. R. POND, Proprietor. JACKSONVILE, FLA. Descriptive MAPS and CIRCULARS |]!lj
UachtueNe '
to great. variety Ainu Sewing: mailed on application. :*J)
,dlva..Oil. etc.CLIPPER
and -.... IXKaTANr 78' Centa.CI SAMUEL A. SWANN,
Brass Foundry ANNE AllKK Shop situated 3'minute walle'irtst' of Depot, Furs
-'IUS. UmlaU, Tallow,Wax, Skins, Land Commissioner., .

ANDMACHINE JACKSONVILLE, Flat,, Sugar, Syrup and Oranges, MfGarreit
the choicest
Dealer in
.'" :, ; SHOP.
OF- Taken In exchange. For Price List,.etc.. tddrris"SOAPFACTOBY & Barnes

'tl.; Frult.Ve;etables, Confectionery MANUFACTURES ," .
MURPHY 'I'
T. J. .: &0.:*0.. 1KOX'ANIIHOX > BBAN''" ("AHTIN( H. P.O.Box S 89. ((10.3ml JicbollT1I1e Fla. 00 \V. Bay St., ,;

w .', Proprietor.'rvljf Third Street' ,between Centre and Alachua Street. FUOOTN AMI) FE. CES, MONCRIEF"HOUSE'" Florida
: tj rv Kcroaudlua. Fla .. 1.11NAlf Jacksonville
., -. .. For Dwelling and Cemeteries,of latent detigna. ,
,: COLLEGE ,DT URS. BTIPPIITOTOIT,

'-' Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, and all I also hare the 1.,ze.t tt.ortni'at of M ICIUN ERY Sign of the Golden Stove.HAHDWAHE.
; FOKSYTH STREETS
.. CORNER OF PINE AND ,
PAT t Eli.S in ho Stst .scut can fill most Guy t>r-
UI FOR YOUNG LADIES. ir.without I'artlea pajlug for the extra expense ofprttera.
kinds, of Mill Machinery. .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
'. AT My\ Macblne Shop It 'uroUhiHl with the latest'
or repaired. Feriiuntliiiu, '. Florida. Improved:tmiln. which euat>it ,mjiMorkaitn' "to TERMS $1.50 and $2.00 PER DAY*, ,
.
'4 turn out work with the greatest ii i>atclk,Iud aL
EVOMSU tDDCATION. 8PK. the lowest ash price: According to Location of Room
FIRST-('LANS WORUMANSHI1. ATUOHOUOU:...la PAlNTINU and DRAWING.I1UIi' Agent fie tue WTERTO\VN STEA ENGINE DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
and i'U1\l'II.: CO..anti own furnish their KMUNK8. BOILER .
rpJIIH! Wl LL-KNOWN HOUSE IS CE.l \-
AND StRIct PUNCTUALITY IS TU'E,nuL Fur CiruuUrs,address REV J. II.'MYERS and b.\W-1ULI 8 >t Ih rt uoiico.Al trully\ located" and bating been renovated 1
.Fernandtna, )la.TT .o. JUD"OVM CKLUIH'TKH,' ,8TE.1M (iOV.EllNOBS tliroujjliout.will be kept an a tint-ckuw houae. Paints Lubricating 'Oils.
-- end Jt:<(OWLt: hTK\U HUUF8 kept The having: had experience both ,
I'ruprietrvat
Orders from dlstauc will receive careful and CUOSIJKK, oomUutly t'and. md I 14 II' Qufactureri' North aud houtli,will"lire IM 1>I&1nlllor Ute coin- -
prompt attention. 11. prlcfi, freight dledYor fort of her putroiu in making the hou.e home. ';
GIJNSIITlr further Inloruiatfou,Price I Uls. C t.l"'gee, like aLII any in the city..! _33-tf RED 0,SAFETY OIL A SPECIALTY. (
i SUOP-BAY ST., NEAR THE SHIP YARD etc ,addr",*.* V B HSD.PU. :

dee T-tf Jacksonville.Fla. Fourth St., tit. 'Centre and Alachut, .Dos 305-, -Jackso.vlne- !IA -.- NOTICE.rpluRTY +' .
O. CII PJSLL, I>"\Y8 from this; date I will sell all L" SPKCULAODITI FOB
Gentre Street Millinery J'E1tN.\NDI, n.4, l WATCHES or other articles Get have been MAKVIN'8 RFEMABVlN'ri".
t ? Onn made(9 order Ouna and Pi tds bought BOAT left on my luiida for one year,for the cliariceaapun.tthem. AI.AKM MONET DRAWER
aol ft ncliamit-J. Work in iron or br...done ai BUILDER, (PrUwfiMM.WOODJiJi .
,'t' TJGII the low.lrl".I.. t o.-ks repaired and keys fitted.AH j. W. STARK, JACKET; eUHTUfQ CANtove.
atn9.'P.: A.. :LLD1): .order promptly attended to. Jacksonville,Florid Watehmaker.December .

His: c constmnUy on han a fine selection of the Work not called for In thirty days will be sold for WHITEHALL --. e,187V. ..., Tin AVuro.A .
uewesl tylcsw ARE) >S AND SHADE HATa rep.ira. Mf I BOATS RKVT.
for Ladies Misses and Children; RIUHONS.LACES Dr. AKTIUJIl' C. FORD GUNNING FQR 'ffTia. Roofing.. and Guttering by skilled work
YACHTS SKIFFS NICE' 11OOMS for rent low In mm t low rait- 2J.U.,
: AND FLOWERS( ; also Hentj'; and SEVERAL ,
.ttT.,corner of Cell and Third ---
I f lioy**hats of,f first aulity. ,f all ard examint, h&1'TIST, e\. .,YAWLS STEAM LAUNCHES. trectL T JACKSONVILLE; FLA.,
*% )h. M.U agent for the Domestic: Perfect Fit.x Also the seoond story above lleann.Sydell A ..[
''!ting* Kauhions. No one hou'd ail to try them'. Fourlh> Street, between C ntruiiU .", .Every rription of email craft built to ordern Bro.corner AU awd Third MreeU,J:,' '. Alive Helen )[.AcUnu+ ,Brooklyn,fire minute
walk from the
deuut.
and the
the beet style on cart apioved model APplZto can tccouuitod&te a few
AlucUuuf Streets" M.DOEV.- boarder iu excellent .
> *.' Curreeixudutwe solicited, Kyi Room.large and
PI"lIi TINa,to every tyU.,and at In Ibo City Aurt. neighborhood pleaaat.
Fi.\.. M-tf 33-t very 9>U'j
:> !" Ton' 1.bo'ow entry,at He MI1U1UK. f+- FE .L DllU, ,

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