Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00032
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00032
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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(;(4.*** L1NIJ bF U( UT.' -T 7'111 OLI> SOUTH ST.ITI I fI .nc.1' The time came to leturn.nnt1 LITTLE THI'(;. 'I I and fifty dollars for strawberries proi' i

*> A worrmn croons by her lonely flre Dt'RHAM, X. C., DecJ; ::-'7, 18? 1 )left with a !sigh. I was unhappy! now, \\'.. call him Ntttiug who stands 111111""t r.l-| ; (Ila'ell1 one acre, clear of shipping '
Watching her babe l withjts: uflVrinj cry, lhar Mirror: I have been wishing\ today ('nu'OU tell nie why? While til Mt Cnlnt n.some tikntH Iwnton n'k- I and commission'! expenses. '.
And her thoughts are fur with,'its! sailor Hire, : that'you might happen: ) here, null Olive engaged; some )Um'uls to gH tad! \\ lira flntno grout trouble liui IK ill shuck\ ; I lie plates that J fume\ best strawberry f: i
And the night is wild and the wind'In high mng1iire'for', me at In)'.rost office,'bring; to Florida with me. Here I heard a We liar of him, his strength) I N j>riiM-.l j I t fields in Southern Illinois yield al \it"A.. '
"0 who. can ever bring Imrk again ing lire all the news from home. The great deal of the workings" of agents o. Hut when the spent, florm r..I.I.IIIII wliiK", -40 bushels\ to the' acre as a general
The Rind glad day*that we had of old? wish i is vain however; for you don't the Republican( party to indiu-c tin I How( !"nw ho theft H'oV littleAlmut thillJ, I average ; i iu Missis.sippi the general : I

1 rues' every pleasure pass! into pain f know where, I am ; so ,,1 propose to tell l ('UIUfl'llllt'up1o to omigrato to Indian.) average under\ good cultivation is about;
\lets brow I
bitter coM 11' \\ o Mine mir \M' v lli
til'llllO I
O frozen hope
A you> where Tutu and hcAv I.eamo here.: Louie have gone rrumhi locality ; but I CD bushels to the acre.Chicago '
Who seeks the tmtltp's thicki-M
But the larks! will\ be stirring by-and-by, We I left }.'crnlltlinlJondl\" evening\ 1 was told that a great many luuc. ,, "smoke i is the] best market for MN- '
antes fli liinjj "I wihn-Mrokp
the distant : K'"> "?
And already there's light In ky. I
just after i ;sunset! I'was fceling'remarkably from .Ncwhrrn, Kinston and IHltt'11,1lCl'S. ,.cudeon( :. tit danger, (nil/,ls nl death ; wippi i strawberrio!*, nnd no berry1 ', in .
The Milplle) wrecked on the wide ""'eMf.m. ,well and enjojvd the rideon deck, ., ;Pf ,j lIlho, schemes" that hau \Vc praise Mm, (1111 the >\hllie l Imu rllll.\,. 1 I that market outranks those grown inMississippi. I
And the fierce bird quarrel and scream steers wlrero I rE'lIwint'llullliI sometime after been dcvieu' by. ,that great "Moralilparty ) : \Hut u ho have III> I tilde lhiug.' ( The amount of strawberries
With their silage I.luKhtcrlth t wcius to be we crossed the bar, very much. The to t'I\I'r' elections this i is tin consumed in tho Chicago mnrket+
A demun''seolrst!' the end of love. seaas smooth and 1 still felt all douhtcdly the most Iie>ali 1 ->h. And 1 1am Wo tall him gm"'sal It ho does souse deed i is sometimes enormous. In a oingla -s I

"JIa, hnl I lift, hal! and it conies to this, right, but it was! rho l first time I had'i'r glad. to see that this I'H'ott to cart. Tlnit echo l>onri limn .,h iii% to shore, day that city has consumed nnd sent
Ye strong brave men now your day Is done.! (\ been *' (Iul ido" find after revolving time tI'llItlCtltn'I.llIrt't'I: away: from com 1"011 tliAt, mid then il>K"4 nollilnj IIlnl''cl e ; out on the railroads: toother towns and '
Your corpses have but the kelpie's kiss, the matter over in my mind, I wasimaill'Cd fortablc homes; and the labor to which \ would hill work rnrn either nu'ed, cities forty car loads of straw berries,
And you last hard struggle H known to none," ,'' accustomed Statc wh'r'thl' \\lic-n liroiiKlit; U-liiie tilt llIjt ofWort kings. OJ'j j
i I to admit i. the !ban possibilitythat they are to a :\V.OXX; ( boxes. )Dr. )fda,' has shipped
But the sun is still shining out sight) he l hilt gr"IIIIIiIlI. Ihings"
find 'nothi1\ do for whirl
I might: bo j Feu; -sick. The young can to strawberries. to Chicago) as carlv as
And has left behind him u line of light. men traveling with me, l'n CI\'ufE'tI" they are adapted: ) alit subject them) l la III< Wo floM-ly\ guard l our vnstl gaits the 11 II of 'April but the average titrio ..

There is summer once more upon the sea, drive 1WIIII,)' fCI\r:41'nnd' nerve'them-. climate too cold for the111i3- being l !: When great h'lIIl'tll'IIIII.I"uII, )' knock i is about. time 15th of April, and lu> lastshipments '
And sunshine once more on fie lonely home' I selves by referring; to former trips;and!,, disciis-ed! by. the better elements of the I>ra\v it\vry Ixilt. clinch t''r'I'M'k. ) to SOOt hero.cities are. made I
The babe \Is gone from the w'oiniui's knee graphically, giving; their experiences) Republican) party.Onb'colored And sternly fold our Inim and gates" ; I .itboutIho l.'lh> of.ItUlt'"l\tHI,8umetimftj., !: ,. '
And she knows her husbnnd can never rune; with I this very: interesting sickness. All man going there left his Yet Memo small door w Idc open' *'\\IIIRH IH lato as the 10th of ,Jul\'. Tho vines. i!
Hut as'she sits! the Is singing tow, this was 'verv: kind and courageous: in family to' fnlluw. Immediately on his At the sly\ touch of little thongs. coaso bearing about the lifith' of July! ,!
"The love I have lost does! my Father keep, them, and, doubtless made us: feel I, thatwe arrival J, he tclcxraphud. to his wil'c to
And He bids me Ills! happy secret know had been reared on the waves ; but wait until she heard! from him, but the I can forgUe-'tin worth my w hil- .\ 1'thl'Ant.t.1TASlitu-Ir' \ : : : John 'I'
Which is only seen by the eyes! thai'",(-cpo" Tin" trciK'licrou. bl..w. the ,cruel IhiiiH( ; Jones tells the Jlitrnl AVtti Vbrfor that
it fo1lltl 1cnlo'l'l1I'rld all of that left and bin
< to Us got impatient and one day, .,.,. ..
('JlIhit. I." JI" ('hrl tlun must valuable fertilizer and in
The bun is Mil shining, though out of sight my ouo roach!
we had slept \'NY'little in several letter came the next, telling her to gel I ,
And the darkest day has its line of light. dollars While iNtttenec smiles her royal mnilc; of every farmer, especially adapted togatdcn
how send
weeks ; so it was unanimously voted thirty some and him .1
Cattctt Magazine.. bed-time. Wo retired a few minutes( to come back with. > Tho;schemti will Yet quick resentment IIl'n'IlIIWI\ ; iMilturo as \nlIl1'01' top.dressnmg \, *, .
Its sluts of ire ut little I UIIIK| and
field culture, is hen manure' \
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I past 6 p.'m.We fail. The result will be, only lliesul'iiing ; "
STATH'NEWS. reached Charleston about 5J h nnd t starvation of a few unlortunau And can trend In'nenlli my feet ashes! );l11Illt'rtu11/ !salt Jl\ix'tllu equal( I

o'elock'1'uesdii," morning. E't,1'one colored! people. Indiana will smile al Tho lull of (pessioli s heuiuu, nemWhin quantities, excepting: tho salt, of which ,'
CAIT. FITZGERALD has sold his interest wlinl tossed roll one-fontth will ho HiHU'iqnt. Mix and
"e said wo had a 1 l\ul'tl'ip.\ and I thought this unscrupulous) attempt to lestrain butts ntormily; :
in the steamer Rosa, to Capt. Joe so too, for I slept all the "'1If'tho her ffl'C'uil'e, and east her electoral Yet scarce resist. the siren nwcelTlml apply' either in hill at the surface/) ; ,, or
i'nrsons, who is now sole Owner of the / the side nt my heart door sonly\ shlgs broaulcast.It, gives good results upon .. ,
steamer &/ Johns, with her elegant appointments vote on right next >ear. '
boat. KorKet, forget lifoV little I thiiiKH. all soils ami He ( '
e' nnd I 1VilSoil crops t
;. gentlemanly /attentive Sunday morning went! up to '
MAJOR B. W.. UELLAMY-: raised: and officers was not so ,well known 1m' old home. Nearly everything Hut what le l life* lroiw| nuikv the sea; : about twenty-fivo hens ; these. roost II"- I

shipped upwards\ of s'e\'en' hundred already would say something about about the depot was changed, bat 1 And |Icily tarts and Miuill fventr, certain )Iii acc the year round. IJo/
)hales:; of cotton the present season lie them. I will simply advice the traveling saw a few familiar flN'IlW; : 1" 'wasrecognized : Small causes and l nnudl ,'<.II"CIIICIIH. Heath the roosts j js a light jilank flour.I I
, has also tho l finest team (that visit this public to try the boat once, I am and despite the Outer cen- Make np the mini for you 1\IIIII\t!; ,The I annual produce; of droppings i is +i
Monticello Constitution.TIIKKE ., Then, oh, fur strength to mesa. the utiiiKN six barrel, :<< of'tho'pure thing This,
place.- sure they will do so again! \i nations produced 1 by a commingling!! \ i ul i itho
; have been 156 deaths in the We left Charleston 10J)! 1In", made 1 familiar and the strange, the oKl That.arm the poiutituf litllo IliimcrilKlltn I mixed with Iho t.I 1\1 II amount\ ( of nshes-j: *: ",

city Jacksonville during the year, as close connections Florence! antI Wilmington and l the new, when I reached the olliceof ( /, 1\ ..4I1cor'ull.A and plaster! gives eighteen barrels, tho \...\,.

follows :January, 16 ; February, 1- ; and I got! off the train at Mt.[ tho old hotel,' kept by tpy friend Jut salt brings' :<< jt up to twenty!\ : barrels off.choice :: ,

.; a, March; 12; April, 13; May, 19; June, Olive, fifteen miles south of Goldsboro, Davis I lost sight, of ,the seven year: UIUVV .' 1t.'IL. .. much of fertilizing tho compo-H+t, equal+ 1 to ,
16 ;'-July, 'Oj; August, 1Jj': ; September, at 12 o'clock! 'rnesdtt'night. that 1 had been, luviiy, ami imagineilmy. superphosphate) of llinn.IIICI'Iillt
t 11 ; October, November; 8; Dc'ccnl- There,, were not many happening l .'\elf a boy,again, lit IH ne. SCIENCE IN .lalucLTtntt1'rofc'ssir : : : : immure firms, and worth far
, tier, 10.-Union. the way worth reporting. I mention After dinner I sallied forth, and] then Johnson, of Yale Cullq'l'I'tll'11; moro than tho manure of two cows'

LAST Saturday morning' n little two two that were amning to us At least!"' camo'the meeting of old friend.. I thought must go before work ''in' all\ CorroN FRKTIMKF.R.: .correspon-!' ;"> .... .
Wo had three hours Chnrlt'tlton.:10 found memory good ami, eases where success is to result "Tho dent '' ; '
. year old eon of Mr. John Gardner, living in : my very writing fl'uJU.Il"lqrilll\| klJ us: to igive .J!, '
," '; near Cedar Creek, :was standingnear our party, six in number, got an early failed to rcconi1.ll.01l1; a few. Hui intelligent workman always 111.81tll('* ,: him a .f formula} for preparing) n. ""ttl'., .' 11
which his i is
the fire, \vhen his clothing took breakfast and stalled out at double- many had to be! told who I was. It WII- r Z upon| practicee planned. first-class artificial' fertilizer for cotton.. ; t
quick to the Wo going''pleasant' to notice the%( stntngo =No tarm was ever conducted! without The i is'said '#
lire. His mother'who was not in the scq city. were ) expres- following to have been often
house at' the time, heard him scream down ,n certain street in a ','cr-fast; "ion'ol1' the faces of some as I grasper )physiology, chemistry 1 and physics, any applietl with excellent results ; 1

and ran to his assistance,'but too 'hlteto'do'aiiy walk looking around at th" 'buildings\ their hands: and Called them by name, moro than an aqueduct or a railway: :Mil rl" 1" I"'lA11h,.................................? 20 pound
good tho: firo had "gottengood and everything) else 'of imi-ortanee while they were trying to snake me was built without mathematics or mechanics. ilratr:; "(J"\.1..1., *4u ouiuU ,

headway, and; before it could be we went along, and came near running out.' The mere mention of my nam-: 501110. Kvory: successful scientific former is, HiiperihuHplmt Hnlphl! | ..........................;.M....-:.a!.IIJllOlmdll K 1 pound "> "" ....."..;'."., ,+y .
extent Let
extinguished'jiad' inflicted fatal over some 'school children whom we would bring out expressions: of stirprisc I ; to u man. ,I'lusterd:............... ; t.:: :Md tstunds
Ji : ,injttries.Breeze did not see' meeting; us on our walk, and warm greeting.; him throw'' away tho knowledge of MUblo inamiro 0 rw7.V.V.7V.'rZT.V.'V..Ji)0) .: ; pound ,t .
A : ? when one little,follo\\', living( out to On meeting 'some, a l first glance facts and till knowledgo.Vo: principle Work well together and let.,HnDd
Vif DR. J.1I.'itorrent, President of the one side, exclaimed toanother, "John would tell me who they were, but alter which constitute his science) and ho! t two weekn under' ahelter' ,, when i it b* 4 '
Virginia1! European Emigru't.ion111l1.. has lost tho elemcnu\ of success. Other for ) ( ; P'ready
mint a heap of l'Oltllll'leolle. ) come to speaking tirthenvthe heavy-beard application.' Tho cost would(
Manufacturing Association, has arrived town ?;"' T '< A1 manly term ,of, thin man contrAvtiiig MI qualifications( being equal, tho more' be about $''t tJ per ton. It i applied: In' I.'
i in'this italid will be at the Elmwood ; ; advanced: .I ttnd complete the theory of the drill at time of r
Again, a short 1 while I 1 before we got to strangely with the* !My I hadin in.\ rule about oW pound* '
House for I' few 'days. His visit Wilmington'our I went into' 'the mind would persuade 11I0' IhHt I hail; which tho farmer i5 i master.'the'' more to the n\n.!:-M
i is to look over Florida to select locations smoking car and! were: discussing tits' ninilo, mistake(', if my first impression successful! must bo his' : fllrl1lirl The
for'al 'number of immigrants merits of 'cigars "Ili-k.tIuI"( ( on( ,:had not been; confirmed. Then again .moro ho knows the' more ho can do. SKNATOR:: Mouuiu has ntnt'lo, publican
who propose to settle in this: t\te. the way, when one entered! into conversation ; a face would appear entirely strange; 'Tho rlnnr9.. deeply, comprehensively) important) !letter\ from Heerctary1' F
Dr.:' 'Trotter has for the last ;3o years with a )'tllll11rustic, sitting\ \'until voico, smile, or something )in- and clearly ho' can tliink the more economically Sherman in regard to tho future rUI1l .' :.

( been a frequent visitor to Florida, near hr. Looking that. way .I'spied, aaddle describabloevealed an old schoolmate. and advantageously can he tug operation. of the iovcrnmont.) lie t .
, and has' avery* favorable general idea tiox,.making known the dicov- I said I felt like a boy again ; and for work.; says that during: the nexttycar and 0.1 .
I of the' State.-Breeze. cry, deafening cry for music, arose.: awhile I did ;, but when these other There,!I.I no opposition or conflict: between hnlf$772XHOOOof) ) ) United States bonds!
f AT the! water-worke'one, of the wells The young man was addressed\ ,. 'all boys would! excuse themselves! to go scienco:I cud matt, between theory' will, J
was drilled )yesterday::! the depth of the Chistian. names I that could be found home, saying) some! of the children were and lunettes If they appear) ) to jar, it hHievt: that tho bill( of) Jlnn.lYrimndb; \ i
j. 140 feet from the surface. It flows in six memories, and implored) to bring ,unwell ; or at their homes! they would is bccauiw we have I.tII'lIclla11'fnl'c/ '' or Wood limiting thy interest on, ''bonds, ,.1

. about. ,1 .QOO) gallons in,, ventfour'hours. forth his fiddle. lit- was very modest call around them their numerous progeny incomplete/ in want\. wo call ourocienco/ yet. to 1 bo issued (or refunding purposes) iwonhl i
c *. ,Four i or five more ot these i at first, said he could hot play, but great big boys! maid girls, tho delusion or our art ;,or,eUe ,we do not porccivq bo fatal to. time (lovcrnment's re .
deep wells! twill ,be' flrill 'II, and) others+: finally, stunned by the, .argument ,thata vanished.. : correctly, but uro mMed )by the narrowness funding openttion, ho, thinks 'all ''tho \
will be ,bored ;late'rallyait'miii .angle of,! fiddle would not travel about with I called on several' old sweetheart and aberrations of our vision i boniU due,'us above statinl, could roadily atf =
about 20 degrees to the depth of 100 ; 'anyone* but a fiddler, yielded to tho whoso!' unchanged faces recalled the old( It is often said of a nuu'Itiner'thttt it f bo rmleemed with tholnuccrd.,, of 1

feet, or moro. One 6f these .la'stj; 7G I. gentle tugging: at hilt arnH/aml l came times: with our youthful pledges nnd was good, in theory but failed'tu< prac : tlio sajtt bet {tour pcrcetlt.bunJsgicthor, | *
feet deep, has a, four inch pip' ; in it, down in our In 1(1st He tuned his bright pictures of ,tho future and tuna lace. This i is as untrue a* can bo. ifa iznj' to IssutHl! for refunding! I purr 1 'I .
and i is flowing; !nearly 100,000 gallousaday.Juckbornm'ille slriiigl i ,' threw! his' head(' hack/lightly",/ i delusion returned. I fancied that we machine has failed iu practice\ it i is poses '''1

Suand Prens illdiri li ,tu one side, and\ sawed'' away had just returned! from church :Sunday: )because it was imperfect in theory. It I .. '
WE veiled,:Mr. John G.'SI)1cbairyes.{ with all his might.\ ; His first effort wag 'fillen with'ardent something, that I \va"s nhotild )bo said of such u failure,' the SAYS the .llobii (Ala.) Jiti ttrt "Lct.. '
highly complimented, though no one trying to find word to express, when' IIII'chillown good, judged by tho best I'' tho Democracy)} but plant itself firmly
and'took his mill
terday a'Stroll" over theory known to its: inventor, 'but itsineapnc'Ity upoii) a platform ( ( then views
which be is remodeling 'and building ('oul till what, particular tune or.tuuci, ,uddenly the clattering of feet told toilsome .
,. for thenlanufattnreofstarch ifrdmeat.sava it nioKt resembled, and! John was happy; ,' one approached' and tho next, ( to work demonstrates; that of the Senator from' !>clltwnr "on tluot'' .
) and arrow root. ,The lower (lie was named John \by common con- instant a big; noisy l buy broke in, 1In the theory line! a'Haw'; subject of doing,,away )with ,tilt; I legal' '
t ; story Bent). Piece after piece was sawed oU I wssh )'OU would dress nu> to go down I Tho progress' agriculture< is tho tender! feature of greenbacks, and,suc- ,
old inill) used '
of the::<< which *l\s7 for a.
I joint work of ,and In in
[ theory practice. i-es tho next l're iell'utlnl
mill and is being and John threw his whole soul into his town. 'fIIEl'n''rti came back, and II'I' election
grid storage room, : many departments greapidvanceHhavobeen is, In our opinion f 'IJrtl.. Tho views ''
converted into the East fiddle! and utnid tho loud cheers and curious comp'ound of privations and ,
of/this wing'ofthe' grinding building room.is the uew' Jivcly dancing,around he! played! as toil, oranges und alligators, tor o'Ilhue. made during the lust hundred of the Went on financial I 'l\tters'havu
years ; especially is this true in all that/ brought nothing to tho '
contain thevata'forwash. 'one inspired; but all timetiigrilfie'd!, min stills and public schools arose between Democracy but
ing building and separating to the'starch from the.'. isterial-looking smoker! *' ''threw ''away'their 1 Ult: Tlfey' say delusions mime swe'et yet relates to implements and machines, defeat and disaster," I r. f "' "
and to the, of domestic
: half finished cigar.aud retired tithe ,.their sudden departure sometimes I ,
fibrous matterof the root. ''The drying' other car. '**' leave us in awkward predicament mrliumma13.; 1 It; is, however, iu just these I W.' W'" Conl'KitA: of Washington" '
housewill beontthe nortb'side"of'the departments that an improved theory city, celebrated. hU c : >t'birth'May +
)It. Olive, Is"a;, (11eaqunf'1ItUe placewith | Wilson is u growing IJlacaSiluu hJO!,
mind connected I
creek, by a railwaywith about live hundred inhabitanfl. in fine farming command has had sway. More recent is the development on the 'JJth ult., nt the Leone ,
ur sax a country, i
the mill. The greater portion of the of agriculture in its chemical |I Homo) fur ladies, a., .charming
inaehinery.i3'ori.thg j ground; an'd'the 'Th'e "people i are exceedingly a trade l which promises; to make/ u large,: for nnd retreat ....
bein ; for hospitable and kind. I found 'there agood > town (j( it somo day.. 'And its fine brick' and physiological asprclH. In thwudirections j aged indigestgentlewnu'u: \ n.n'f t
buildings: are Sinclair pushed showed rapidly the first number of irOff'*'. Jilt doing agc) dIllJllin'et8 blocks, ] of business houses/ handsonuiresiliences the pr(: t'Jlt'Ulury, or, wo unwed by himself' IUt""nn aUtcJiomud!\ W'
ward Mr us '
; might almost the hut thlrtv.t' .memorial to aunt
into by ; a steam l grist: nnd flour mill,' ,. und, broad streets, well pay rtI. h.i6'\\'I daughter. ;i 1\:. .1
mill, put practically operation : shaded ,with make it of has seen! nfore; accomplished than all . t ..
and a saw mill. Walking around 'the elms one the
and it would readers to THE fc
hint cental tem %
of 4
pay previous y yompniatipn
saw mill 1 was ,tru'kith the dill'er- prettiest tilwni in the State. Few' years.A 'I
go and see it, as showing from ,what wasW i put' into operation in ,New York 4, f
email beginnings large manfactnres once in many respects between this' ever leave it willingly having once HOUTIIKBN.. : .STKAWIJEUUY FAIIM.l"he .- \ ho l 1st. 'We think thb #
grow. .'We inspected different<< kinds: of and the iuills Florida.The. business :lived there.; AntI to me, filled with the N. 0 J' "('yum! ,gives; an account of will bo to begin with 'if-in. Lett'rJway'4 the publio- t (
starch manufactured by' ,Mr. Sinclair; like and gentlemanly, pwqers make happy absociationa and memories of iv recent halt to tho strawberry'plantation ] schools unu, ltus fnnjtliamu "
experiments and while not,the best their mill pay, perhapsl'etterthan our my ftchooldays, and with iu kind, of Dr l'll.; ( .McKay: ut Madison >eoilo with it. \t1ae'ou'lg ; ''.
as ; | | ( -
Florida. nulU-do! : .gfiu-rally but" the warm-hearted people in wjiom' timeworks Mtation Mi ,
authority on the subject, we unhesitat, ** who has been: ,cnpiged I'
ingly pronounce the samples shown, (, ij I 'small' short logs! xboiit half rapt hauled no han eii'e the scattering of in tho cultivation tai iho just seven IlUNOK FUOM l tJlto...:. It is'conceded "r f I
to very much of the starch in on' .;/purtwhv wagons, looked 'a few gray hairs and wrinkles mark years. He has fifteen acres of' etraw- on all aide that Dr.< '> 'er'II' 1'ilb are

... superior usually sold. Mr. SincJair.. esire-J to strange to me now.IVhile the years, it will always be held one ,of berries He tats nil the different varieties nbovq comparison with other, rnedi-i f'cints
.\ be informed of what amount of cassava here I drove outs, into the .the dearest spots on earth and doe ,not decide upon the Uniting; jho bret cluntenU
'J and arrowroot the farmers in this ticin- country1, over red clay hills, through: started for this place Tuesday morn merits until after a test of thrt'y.. 'earlJ.. f'.known} to the chelimt.'they. ; are'partic-!; I' '
ity have produced this: year;and the large uperf plantations which remindedme ing. 'l/fhe'tn.ln stopped three hours in 'lie 'places" at the head of the lut for tt' nlarly effective against.: the': numerous'tttoumcluu "
of ) and 1 was Raleigh, but it was so cold and rainy l 11 .
'amount they will have'for tnv boyhood, happy i narket Irry, AViUon'u Albany, and disorders fur which ,
probable they uraft'recommended J
: .. I stopped at an old farm house to ten; that 1 did not see much of the city. follows with Capt. Jack, Monarch uf as a,
sales] Orunyetfuniy&porter. cure 'J'hwv |
.". the family\ welcomed me with.tho pro This; ,Durham: i i. ''a busygrowin TilE employees of the Savannah verbial hospitality of the old North 1 place] filled f with tobacco factories, generous After tbese'fgtlr) ( be give hiyh; rank to aro 'often prescribed by doctor, they who "

Xt'/I: tA lhhJuc1,1h, 9n 4wJrt ar''day'preeented'Cul State. lint one came in looking 'tea : people and pretty girls. Materialcan than Crescent1 f Hoedling. Fort-it' Rose, otherwise do ''not favor patent modi. '
ThoUl on; with aTiand- freslv and.IICAutlru) as our: own Florida I be found' here for an interesting Charles Downing, Kentucky' ,. Oreat .tiIlL'f. Indeed, with the fruits ..of Dr.'
roes the was exceedinglyentertain. letter if ;jn tho band pf A better ; Amerkn. Kerr's late 1'rolitio .
some cane, as a testimony of their esteem ; fivr Htreetng Ayt-r'g gtniu iu the.klmpo oU'))).., Sar-
. ing. ; When asked went to' the piano respondent.will say nothing about i>sex and! Duucan aud
. and good,will.Hox. Uj-auty, itparilla, Ague cure, and Cherry !' 1.
. ---" .. and played with a tate l11d.,km>thut the place now; may write frouI.tll'r4J ha.1 trial many other'varieties. toral), one might with v>-
GEORGR 8.' Howox United must :have, tilled ,her' instructorwith ,l>efore I I leave, ,. M, 'rhola ett''h'd) of' trawl *rric- Ier' through the if impunitr Amerra\'e1.8il"-* s

States Senator,froni Alabama, died at pride, And then the sung with. A rich, : --r. -. --: acre which'Dr. McKay has ever liar- ,ca, or follow)) swamps Stanley f on hit travels ," ... I

t Lw home in Athena 9 o'clock. \\..'.ed.. .. full, 'musical voice'many of the-late' -.' HE toiliHin)'" '* rain.."',whv'-strives. ,;)'toplease vested wits pne hundred ;hu hels,,, and through the ,interior or-Africa.-Aui... \
'airs well' the of "Auldlang all the "sale
i uesday monuo ; M x";. as sbngs Urgent was twelve hundred IImltel""icuwI trot den Dine. r

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t FLORIDA Mmuou.SATURDAY "1776 and the institutions thence result. from tho English of our day( but the WINTER SEASON 1879 & 1880.'f'1 ...TUY....

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-_,- ." ., ing'are the genuine products of the ancient language of their country\ in !,1>1 \.j. ? _x //A.'. ;W. LOIIMANN'SFAMOUS
-A1 JAXUAKY, 1880. yeas,1688., cannot safely be denied' which they take great pride, is by no ,

",., ,. -- --. -- -" ,. _. ,..------ means familiar even to the 'educated Inland Steamboat Co.

; ., THE NEW ExnLAyn JUMPER AM "HOOKS wnicn AUK HOOKS." ,classes the modern Greeks,
,iwk': / 4 ,e' NEW ENOI"fNI) PURITANISM. Instead of"wars and ru molls of wars,"/' Their Church which holds opinions ICmSsTSoOCSAN PREPARED I'z OUIt
\ At the annual New England dinner, .
let us turn our to-day', jn [and .pl'lI.rti'l'csHHeh ''l'rot'ihutsr'gnrll \ I t II < .

r\' +! celebrated\ < the, city' of New York matter of news, foreign and domestic,, as bigoted! and l_ superstitious J Time Scltdalt Jaking. :Ifcct Tuesday,Dee ..3,,.9 _

t\\ : last;week, the usual laudation of UK to books old and new, and particularly: has until the present year opposed( the ONLY FIVE'ENTS PER POUND

I\ ), ,, ; Puritan Pilgrims whom the Mayflower. to some of the old recently issued by general circulation and ,reading of the -

'; landed on Plymouth Hock two hundred
American houses, not only because the
Bible. The introduction of the Greek
,l conducted ,. 6 tf AT OLD 1".0. BUILDING.O ; .
fifty was .
years ago, old are better' in general, but also for New Testament into the public schools "

, 1 0\ I in a novel 1 and 1 ingenious manner that for 1 f) K t""W., ,when sent in Hub of 20
the quite sp'ciltll't'nsol1 SOnlt'uncxpl1i'lIcll of the country i is, therefore, a very iimiportantntuvenientandinmiovatianboth. t 5> JL 2O H the price of the PHILADEL1'JIIA -
"e'1t; : by Mr. Curtis, who, admitting the cur I I'i cause the great publishershave WEEKLY TIMES! ,, one

i of made against I THE: STEAMERS! year, to ally address '
charge narrowness
; failed to send( us all their newest in the direction of religious freedom C./ !' 'IHT pony, when sent in Hubs of 10,

: ?1: them, after claiming for the Puritans issues i ; and not finding their books on and of liberal! thought and inquiry CITY OF BRIDGETON ..)() in the price of the PHILADELPHIA
gen. WEEKLY TIMES: one
f many signal virtues, such ns resolute, our editorial table, it would be going erally. CAt"!'. :.IOIIX FIT2GE11ALD), year, to any address
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:;': manly, earnestness and sincerity, and to journalistic precedent and 0') 00 ler copy, to dingle snl>ers, is
I contrary ,_ the price of the PHILADELPHIA
:, ?:;r' t conscientious, ,unflinching! adherence tradition to notice their publications. TIlE PAHIS PRESS AND. ITS GHEA1FESTIVAL. DAVID CLARK.CAPTAIN WEEKLY TIMES, one year, to

"1 to ''tho great principles of equity) liny address;
An American edition of Cltducrr'a 'v AU)), "+ For Hlx'Dollars' we will\ send three
, {,{t equality and righteousness, went on I'ortical Works-the first t ever i issued The fair organized by the Paris journalists 6.00 the 1'IIILADELI'IiIA1VEEKLY [

contend to raise funds for the relief of HAVIMt; UNDERGONE; EXTENS; TIMES,one year, to
1 to humorously strongly
" ], 1 is entitled to strong commendation, AFTER Itl:1'dmRSure now in FIRST-CLASS ally address, postage free,and give

.; I ;\ that' were, they now living they both for the ability and taste with those districts in Spain which have ORDER in every department, and will H the copy person! of the sending/ANNALS tw the OF money THE

..t would have broadened! into the liberalism suffered\ so severely, by inundation, was W Alto a >oautifully illustrated.
which the volumes now published have Perform ONLY INSIDE ROUTE Service
'1 nine of 11I)0<) ) the retail priceof
,, i of their descendants!: at this day, I been edited, and for the more imperious held on the 18th of December, and the Between SAVANNAH; and FLORIDA, connecting which i 18 Four Dollar..

nnd among other virtuous acts would reason that Chaucer stands, in net proceeds of the brilliant and gorgeous ut Savannah with the ftn
show and festival are reported of the OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO., for NEW YORK, ,
t now bo found, like many of their children I point of time and almost in point of also with the Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston

living in some of the best homes at SCO.OOU.( Steamer PHILADELPHIA
I I talent, at the head of all our modern GOING SOUTH.
1 v' in New It is said that the occasion was gracedby
and eating the best dinners
:': English literature. The fresh air of a DAVID CLAttKLeave WEEKLY TIMES
.. 'York the of "a serried! mass of Afternoon, ,
,1 ;, ,More soberly he maintained in presence : Sa\.I\JI1lah..l\fondll Thursday
charming morning !lpringbrcnth's
" that the highest! honor should be paid through his pages!! ; and notwithstanding ) the beauty, wealth. genius, and valorof Arrive J.ernandlna..Tupld.ly Afternoon. Evening, Friday That the REST It Is family the LARGEST journal' published., the CHEAPEHT Write to and im

: 1 ,r"'f. to tho New England Puritans for their France."' Evening. !. for a specimen copy and judge for yourself. Iu
the antiquated aspect! of his spelling !! CITY OK HRIIXJETON+ 1 its columns the reader will\ find AL!. TUB NEws,

: \ '" 1is services in building up American institutions and the use here and there of Eight hundred performers took partin Leave Savamuth'J'ueaday Afternoon, Saturday idles ample, Stories variety und of Sketches Editorial,Tales Poetry of Trel Literary, Fuah-Art.

)i;; : nnd'' forming the:American words. now obsolete, a very little studyof the musical exercises ; great: artists, Arrive Fernadina.1Veduewhty:Afternoon Morning, Hun- Ion (Jcuwlp, Interviews with Prominent Men, Financlnl !-

such as Gustavo Duro and Grevin, day Morning., Reports, Dramatic Criticisms, Religious
u. character. his language: and of his most musical i. Arrive Jackhtntv111e..1Veduesday Noon. 1'Idilllt8Jo'ril'ultul'Ill: and Domestic Articles, nod )l
A lavished their designs: on the journalsthat other feature that can make a paper valua I
r To this last claim: a )leading; journal attentive reader Arrive I'alatka..Wednewluy Evening. every
rhythm any ble. The iiiiveellAiiV of "''l'lrltetlnitlnjCl cover-
., in New York-supposed:! to be conducted into with were printed and l sold<1 ; there) were GOING XOIIT1I. lug every\'uriet111111 rnngeofsubjectnnd thought,
'I speedily admiring sympathy: in them financial articles) written CITY OF RiunoETox t- will be maintained us of old .by contributors who
: mainly by Irish gentlemen- demurs, this bright "morning star" in the constellation by stand at the head of their HI)(.>llIllIell. '
Leave I'alalka..Thursday Afternoon feature will be the continuation of the
Rothschild sketches Meissonnier A "special'
t and can, discover among the early! ) New of English writers. by Leave JlwkJon\.lIlc..TlmrKday:: Night. "ANNAI.S; ; OF THE WARA' graphically written

England worthies only the'name of and others of note ;; Dumns, Feuillet Leave Fcrnandlnl\.i..Munda 8.30p.m., Fridiiy.Arrhe by soldiers, North and Mouth,descriptive IIl'Cllell1IIe
'i'I I William Wordmi'orth, of'our Century, 1.I1".llIlIIlIh..1\omllly: Saturday' events in which they took an active part,one
: Benjamin }Franklin an having enjoyed a and other celebrities were contributors; Morning. chapter of which will appear, in each nuinlx
is by very many deemed worthy to DAVID CLARK These Annals have proved) w> valuable that the
national influence nnd'l cl'l1tntion ; and festival: appears to have combinedall l Leave .ernandhul..Tuel'ldl\y' E>ening. I''rlday1'V'lIlnA' bound volume' containing their first series has

: it in his Franklin rank directly after the t first three or manner of attractions, spectacular, : found an itnmeitsusale: ,
w lit ,' was youth' that leftNew Arrive 81\\'annllh..ednelldl1y Night, Saturday
four in literature and ,
English some
t' ; \ England; of' whose peculiar spirit literary and artistic, such as at other Night '
N01'E.-On both South and North, the
f even place) him next to the great names trips
-1 'I i! I' llo .,was never a ,,partaker This jourimlist times, are distributed throughout Parisin David Clark will call at nil way landings. One copy, ?!.t10 I Ten copies, $15.00
:,' \ Th\f of Shakspcare and Milton-as witness\ places' amusement and\ All trliH terminating and starting front Fer Fie copies, ". 8.00 1 I 'fwentycopies, '25.00
i j forgets the fiery eloquence! of twenty nandina connect with Transit It. It. Express An extra copy to the getter up of Club..
Matthew Arnold's recent selection fromVordsworth's and from Jacksonville\ and there with
all these were generously united in a to TIIK 1'11U'I"3t : .
Otis and. the dauntless patriotism of
(. Steamers to and from landings on the!St.Johns, .
avowed !} Times Building, Philadelphia.BE
h1 i t the gifted ,Warren in the Province of \ pofms, the purpose mission of charity.; ',, In ,the midst of also to and from Uainesville, Waldo, Cedar Key: '.G
of which work is to vindicate the etc. Tickets' arc fold through to and from all the IT OIM)AINE1)), by the Common Council
I.. l i Massachusetts and also tho two the suspicions and jealousies and strifes dove iMtints, and when Steamer City of Bridge- of the City of Feinundina:
"I claims Wordsworth to popular recognition elsewhere and ton runs through between Savannah and I'ulatka, SECTION' =' iHt. That no person shall be buried
Adamses who did more than prevailing threatening also have the choice of going by rail
any 'imKHcnKers within the limits of this city without permit
t' '' and, favor: ,along with :Milton to end in the clash ,of arms, it must between Kernandlim and Jacksonville.For \ ..lllIl'llllI writing by the City Phynclan or in the
\\S.. 'i other .men by reasoning and by })('r. and No in Stute-Kooms, Tickets, and all other particular absence such physician the Mayor of the
Shakspeare. one our day .
:,''fJ eonnl I" influence'to'prepare the I for have been soothing and re-assuring' to *, apply to the following AK'l'ntlland Unices: City ,
way would echo the contemptuous "Tim Savannah (Ja.-Corner Bull and Bryan !:Streets Sec 2nd. The application for such permit| lmll
'" "yi''the: Revolution of 70, ,, find, who, were catch such:! ,MuuuU: .,of charity, peace OI'IKHite, 1'uliuikl and Screven HOUHC. be In writing and state the! name, age, sex, and
will nem'rr; dol" of an'Edinburgh Fla. At the Hotel and to
",. reviewersixty and 'will that at least Fernandinui Kgmont place of residence of the deceased person.SEC. .
,( N known from one, end ,of the colon!?* good, ,' attesting Cat>t. Itoumilette Agent. 3. The permit ,.11I1111Jt' given by said Physician
years :\gf},who began in that style asneering JllckMCII\IIeI.'hl.-Corner\ B.lyand Pine Street,
certain portions of the race or Mayor, certifying\ upon said applicationas
to the other! as the great popular leaders criticism of the "Lake Poets among Dr. L'Engle's Thug Store, A. C. Lanphere,Ticket correctly as possible. the cause of the death of

1 of the' day ,one of whom John there I ,exists a true feeling of the bonds Agent; A.L. Hungerford, Agent.St. said person, ,nnd designating the place of burial
I ; and Wordsworth as the chief among : Augustine\ Fla.-On the, Bay.,, U..F. .Arm and filing such permit with the Clerk of the city
Adams:, "was'on, th'e"committee that \which, unite the brotherhood of man.. strong, Agent. -, who shall cause the same to be at once recordedin
\ ; them but the other hand although( 1'ttlatka, FU.-Lillenthal Bros. & Co.- Agents.CJUSTAVE '
( on
; a book to be kept for that pimpono.)
kind such is charitable
l ; 'improvement' LIVE .
"' -r wrote tho Declaration of Independence thej !: ,
I and others have SEC. 4. Any and all persons olllciating at the
and .but for, considerations of' expe'1tliency Coleridge successfullyHIOWU of the occasion, expressed by a General Passenger Agent. burial of any person buried contrary to the provisions -
| the transcendent merit of this W. F, BARRY of this Ordinance, or any person certify
benevolent looker-on not a' l<'rem'h. 'V: General Agent Savannah lug for in conflict
i 'would have been its or granting a permit < burial
\. penman, great meditativ h\l1l1 philosophic poet,, J. N. IIARitIMAN, with, or contrary to its provisions, shall be liableto

t ,r- and. who' blithe| floor, .of Congress, according and the few manifest high appreciationof man. 1 "_. ..' ..- 11 +- --' -_.-- -Manager.,-- -, dollars.H fine of not less than lens or, T.more KYDD than, fifty

f; ,to, the express testimony of THE MANSION HOUSE .President. of, Council.
l him, it must be true, from the very OCCUPATION Attest: -
Jefferson, was its foremost' and ablest CIIAS. ANOEL, Acting City Cleric.
character of his writings, from their
cqvxTitr.In FEliNANDIKA, FLORIDA -.. -. .
defender.It peculiar tone and spirit, that they will guarded kuLer)' significant terms i l siiEitii" SI'I..I'f. '
is not that foreigners I;. IMI. W. PQ"WJsTJE.fUDKK is .
strange perhaps, .
be slow to achieve what, is called
t not pop the London Times, organ of no party: I., nnd by virtue of an execution issued
should:! be familiar ,with time it''l : NEATNESS, AND COMFORT. UNDER the
Circuit Court of
ularity. At the same s good in church or state, and supposed beyond the Fourth Judicial
such facts and names in our earlyAmerican1 Circuit of Florida, for Nassau County, on a
to believe, with, the gifted Brighton any other )journal: ) to speak the Jtf Remarkable, attention given to the Cuisine. judgment therein rendered the full term of said
: it is Court11\ favor of the Hoard of
\ history ; not etrn.llgethat. critic Public Instructionof
preacher and Robertson, that mind of the English people, advises The Arched Drawing Rooms and Hull Conservatory Nassau; County, und against Geliu\ Killings,ad.

is \ u Presbyterian ,clergyman, a the working man is entitled to the'best the withdrawal of the> English 'trocips ministratrix of the estate of Liberty\ Millings, deceased .
: qutei t worldwide
have that
liavo ,a i elegance and to me directed hate levied upon
1 Welshman, should) spoken on poetry, and that he will arrive, 'sooner from Afghanistan and the abandonment I -' und will otter fl>sale to the highest bidder belore
Christinas'day ,of Puritanical narrowness tourists. The MANSION, under the care the CourtHouse door,at .('rnundloll.'on the\ first
or I later, at an appreciation of the very of that country to the native Monday of January, 18MO (being the fifth day of
ns being superseded by modern of Major F, C. SriiBEK I protoHcs to retain its naid month),within the legal 1 hours of sale on said
,best. ,Witness the popular) estimate of tribes and the rulers chosen by them. Jay,the following described real estate,or all the

breadth. ,But" while' such' ignorance( Milton' in our day; yet, when all is It was a mistake to interfere with their luune given by the Savannah A>i<',- right, title and interest of the said estate of Lib-
t erty Billings dec-eased, therein, via: Lots 7, 8 and
,, ; should riot be too strongly condemned, ,said; can it bo pretended that there aremany quarrels and to attempt to control, "TIIK OLD FA 'OItITE." II in Block No.31; Lois 1,7 und 8 in Block 52;
it is simple justice and far pleasanter Lots 10 and IIln: Block 14 j Lots 3,4 and 5 in Block
_.who read and appreciate the their princes ; so judges the Times, and mitt __ F. C. SUIinEK. Agent. J7: Lot 7, Block 77; 1.0183. C,7 and 8 in Block 36;
than any language of condemnation, tot : Lot I, York 43: ; Lot 3. Rloek 12; LoU 1 and 5 In
"Paradise l.ost1"OU011 and now, after gaining a victory or two MALLORY'S Block 33: ; LolA 8, V, III, :20 und 32, Block 10; LoU
praise the insight of that fainoua'Germall them is the ,time to leave the 3, 4, 5, 8, Block :34 J Lots, 6, Block 32; Lots 1,"2, 3,
scholar J established in this Furrar, one;of the fascinating over 4|A 6. 7. 8, 9,10,11,12,13,14. 3!. ai. :31, Block No.56mil .

long favorites among writers of these last country, to retrieve the original mistake FLORIDA Sl'EAlI ILINE' \ in the City of Fernandina,Nassau County,
country-we mean'Professor Bclmtl', of State of Florida, or so much of Mid real estate as
lll1)'s.nmllikel)' to hold for a lung time of interfering,,,when the retrieval will be necessary to satisfy said\ judgment.
Now ;York'who early discovered that: Terms cash, purehasrrpaying for titles.
high place in'the i minds of those who' 'can be honorably. elfl cted. It: is difficult PETER O Sheila/

i all influencesnational, moral and religious exceedingly to and dominate Fernaudina., Jfov. 29 187U.Notice ........ ..
: relish the brilliant glow occupy 'r
.. that had; ( been poured in upon ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
to Debtors and Creditors.
ness of Macaulay;: has recently added such a country. 'It dangerousto
1 this from other lands, had OT1CE Is hereby \ that, of
y country encounterMohammedan fanaticism N f given on the:7th
to the reputation won by his,"Life ofChrit1t" ,, i ,September 1S7, letters of administration
been in these United States.
.. puritanizeil (called by a competent criticthe when aroused as it seems now to art + r Ilf were granted 10 the undersigned and he was duly
And still tie regards the vital qualified a.admiuistralor of the estate of Charles
stronger, most attractive book of the day)- have been, in those vast regions and L. Jlo'I,c1eceM6dll1te or A BriHiH OUnty. Tber
J' and ,vitalizing power of ,the original : fore,all 1 ix-ntoiiu-heirfi.,creditors,and other -h \'.
by hu "Life of,8 ..r\ul! ." This second ,made to blaze out against the English, .. log clAimn of any nature hutsoevr against the
Puritan element is the language ot'a estate of the \
; d.ee8lied.t11! present them, duly
,t work not ,so fully furnished with facts flic present position is increasingly TILE FINK HTEAMK11S, authenticated, within two year from the publi-

celebrated Oxford Professor;:which we, the former we should judge to be menacing to British supremacy in cation of this notice, or they will be barred, and

who have DO claim 1 to a Puritan lineage, fts WESTERN 'n:%&.$, all person indebted to said estate are requested
quite[ equal to it in animation and India itself.should. the spirit of insurrection to make puyinent.
take pleasure in presenting to our CITY OP. AT7STHT FRED W. JIOVT,
charm :of style. Canon I\frI\r-'soon, or' disaffection seize uponuny 2.9-1a\\8w'. _Administrator.
readers. After peaking of the political 'CITY OF DALLAS. -
i t be made considerable part or'the Moham-
is report goes, to a DE'I\I1.- Improved Property for
failure of 'Puritani Professor
$ l -
,. says gained some fame as writer on phi medans among the Hindoo population.These STEAMER OF THIS LINE; will leave Fernandina p.inlc.
Green, in ',his "History of the ,, A entry }Vidu/ for New York ; und ,
earlier work the are v:"d prudential reasons for milE subscriber offers for sale tea of land
I Itilogy, by an on from New York;Pier 2U East River,every Friday\ acre
> English People>> ;" "Yet'Pur' tnnism was withdrawing' from situation. for Florida at 3 p. m. -* ttt.AL.JIO.N. )' County, Fla., between Ar-
English language; tile rhetorical) riches, a perilous This I.\nelun-llljluo\ transfer to make between redondoand Bronaon; on the'Atlantic, Golf and
far from being-dead; it drew, indeed, a he to have Others :.might talk of-the rights, ,,lib r- Jacksonville and New York,otters the beet and Vest India Transit I U road. 1'h. land in alt welliiniproted. I
'j nobler life from its fall. Two our language appears cheapest tnanap imrUtion to Florida\ shlpiien.Orungea under good fence, and haul a comfortable -
very gathered largely; and treasured up for'his ties and lives of Afghans wantonly im wilt receive special care iu handling.laM frame house. There are 80! |peach trees-the
works handed down fro'l11ono } l"eeu-to and the Honey! l'h v 123 crape vines.
'. great, ,have sacrificed in order to Accommodations< Scuppernong and .
own use, perilled or promote "iigcr' areFIKSTCLASS. Concord 75 orange tree 1 to 3
generation to interests of Great Britain .
A long array of, travels and voyages, ornamental shrubbery. '

and noblest spirit. The most',popular' published in good style by Harper & ; but the 7Tiius must understandthe The traveling public are offered the advantages ,lion.Than property in iu H healthy and fruitful mtua-
all books bas been the '
of religious
Brothers, we have before us; al1t1'not' average English intellect, and does Connection made at Jacksonville with all steambouts 41.lt... Mirror-office- ;Fernaiidina.., Fla.
Puritan, allegory of the 'Pilgrim'sProgress. address itself to the ,EnglUh: con- for aU pomu on the SI. John's, Oeklawaha II: C. ]1UR]El: ""*-'--'"J
one of them i U lacking in interest or not and Indian Rivers,and with the Transit lUilroad 1Y3t. ,
.' The ,most popular' of all science' at Fernandina for all railroad et&tionn in Florida

has been the Puritan value i but today we cannot devote '_ .. ._.-_. _.4 General'Commission .
English' poems Merchant
pace sufficient even to name the most Tue problem of the electric light Mill Freight and Passenger Rates Lower ,
'Paradise Lost Puritan
epic of the worthy on the list. teems: to be clouded in uncertainty. than by Indirect Lines. i t Centrr SLot near R. B. Ikp't,,

ism,?,ceased from the, long attempt 1 dison: claims tohaveachievedsuccess, !
The New Textameid& the Original a ar-Through'Rates and BiU of Lading to'all, FEaNUDl A. FLA.
: of God by ,force certain scentitio gentlemen! '
t ; build up a kingdom < while points. n :

I i'and (its real victory1' began. The' mass Qrtek has just been introduced by an clare: that he cannot keep his lamps .* Hteamers of this.'1{Line. sail direct from Fernandin HAT, COT, O.&TS.Trentiso .
to AJi.v.4(/, P., under contract with lif
'of Englishmen (after the Restoration; ) order of the Greek Government intonU'th .burning three hours the I sd auras Government, aud are the only steamers -_y..,.,-,t., .._ f .'1' ..
Greece andis ,- 'To' o-r-- that lama! at the pier in Nassau. '
.t .'t were what puritanism had made them, \\ national schools :Under JVJRAV: luiiairoiuont. R. \V. SOUT11W1CK, Agent, on tlie Orange
be used the reading' .. Fen U1dina.
to by pupiU AS a
sober in life and conduct firm
+ serious, '' C. MALLORY & CO..
in their love of Protestantism and book; The( Greek of the New Testament SPENCER 'HOUSE, .... Pier-99, East. River_ New..York.. J tt BY T. W. VOQBE.
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In the ,Revolution of 1(533( is not much \further removedtrout *T. MAllY'g! GKOUGIA. .MASON IC.-There will be a regular com. THIS:.valuable...,. Prieo work 60 Is rent for isle .t the office of the
freedom. & (ou of Amelia Lodge, :\0..41. F. A ThiIi6'be .
iu onI111.atl.
spoken Wrl'teD
Greek lor this
Puritanism did the,work of civil liberty the modern now, J \V. THOXirsOX of the Ke&rsage Hoiue, A. M. on Monday evening, January IKib. a| 7jo'clock.harp. = still U glue loC'rIDIU"D tllat particularsetlonnn4 will
t T Athens than is the English of Chaucer, White MountaknProprietor.Trwokut Transieut brethren are fraternal be 01 nlue to the '*.D'. grower In Louisiana and
'which it had 'failed to do in that! of rate*. fX90r: day. Liberal term l.hn-iteo1to.lt.end. W. F. SCOTT W, )t. 'a1iAnt. Its father II 004 of .

J-12.( And j that, our, Revolution" ,..' of Wh9' flourished, five hundred'years.. ago... ,.'' uilo to three liatiriay board by the week, U&I JOBS A.>VHITKT,Secretary.. ,t"t\,>". ,", tut oraoge growers to the State. the most ncce..



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THE LOW \:. a\lrnROR t i}'EItNAI l iNW', :SliX.LOCAL .\

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REF&I1IO \ (1EX. GHAXT'S .-IS1r.t : Those Maps. A Competent FarmerCan LYCEUM HALL. \\f
-' .. ...r. t t I Tho irrepressible J. A.; McDonald, he\ learn of earrllcnt opportunity to engage

.. .. ..-- -T"r I, J !tril Arrlvf: = .on, Sunday, Jan.: 41 :, of the publication known by the somewhat in the I\1RI1RlCelllIt of out of HIP lest witiuitttplnntatlont
respondents, /The intelligence that Gen. Grant aimis in Hmitlirrp(Utorgta,(>li the St. )fury's ..
And perrons hating biulne*.Uh this Pniw r,will\ would I extensive and attenuated name liver, piM.wiio 1.'t'rllnllllllllnurllt" teat implr" TWO NIGHTS ONLY. .."

please direct to FLORIDA. MIRROR Fernandina. traveling companions passthroughFlorida I .of Florida ..YeIL'- Yorkerand. Clinwte:/1 re inputs, f to.; ft new dwelling house, olHwa etc. A ?'H'II, ':' 1.I 1.

on thief '''Iy'to Cuba, Admcttte has issued series of colored) limn who uiulr rMttiiils the matinitrnicnt of frill I I'; ", <:. i i
Xottce to ISeekeejterH. I : caused \ )lcn.mt ripple of excitement( trees will lx given' a nm) l ehmirc. A N'orthenlimn l>.AHK'J1I1 ) ': ::4 '
which I' A'rH}; J0.1I"y[ ,
Relieving that many of our subscribers are lotew I maps! on lit professes to show desiring )plate where he can Kiiiu A KIHMkiKiwIitlge : 1

of honey, and would keep been enough to in-the city, and n ineelingLof ourprom.uncut the points of greater prevalence, ,and of $ lIItht'rlpriI1tlltt'I"> A i>erfecclimate

supply their own table at' least if they knew\ business men assembled at the of- relative ferocity of insects! peculiar to will II ml tlilx a good mid profitable point \\ill\\ pre'cnt on the ox>nlii 1 |{ night
... how to do it !
we have made arrangements to sup lice of S. A. :Stvannleq.:; to arrange for tiff the 1'1 uti)'. If Hpplicmit It married and luia
ply them the Ilctketi>er't itagntinf a :32*pam: this State ; the regions where fevers are letter. MOMtAl' JAXVAKT th IttSO
to the eminent citizen suitable help in hit own family, mi much the > ;
extending n
monthly, ftt only $1.(/(} a i/or,-former price 91.50. more prevalent ; and 1lot of other information Apply Rt Mirror oflloo,
lleMdei this we can funiish all latest books on 1 reception. Committees were appointed -
hitherto not to be obtained
the subject! together with all articles used in I and immediate steps taken to {{/tnlCllr ir DIVORCE

beekeeping at the lowest price. The Magiitinr the desired end. The commit except by sail and! happy experience.By At the l.: niont Hotel! -lirM-fliim! \Vn-dicrs! niuIronern. r
I is'! full of infornmtlon secure these nlnptho! happy jiossossor
for bei:!imers, and givesadvice Apply Ht the OtlW. 10I'torlda
just when needed each month in the year. tee of invitation, of which Mayor[ will be enabled to locate himself in -- --

AVe will furnish the Mirror und the Magalntlo Brownson is chairman, communicated lo'ioricllwithout the intervention ol 1\'((dl Trees.Kou GENERAL ADMISSION, 60 CENTS.

all who apply,on_ .receipt. of the. price,$3.00 a year. with' the party'and: on. Thursday received hind\ agents or spiritual: mediunlswlailn! SAI.K-.\ lino lot wt young bolded trees,
the versatile Colonel will bo enabled l
principally the curly xaru'liew-the t't'I'II.lo.I..IIII. '
*" Reserved Seats 75 Cts. Children 25 Cts.
SUIHCRIITIOK : $:?.O10 n year $1.00 for the following telegram' to boil\\ his own pot and at the same itHrd'ii Muy, Alexander: AniMdcn, &r., with (oth ,

six months. AftifsTA: GA., Jan. I, 18SO. time give certain sections backhand I'lhllt ripen in nuceetfeion till inter, For UrnmA.C. i

.. ------ N Bno\VNMX, Mayor[ : l.'l1llltp as he merrily goes on his way. ., llilclll'H'M.. It. Lll'NKY: ,
JACKSONVILLE is making prepnrntions Will leave Savannah on Saturday's -- 44Itriiirmlirr, TWO NK111TH ONLY-Junu-
1It'(' 11>-. Archer, Aim I 'him Co., Flu.i'ollene
to receive Gen. Grunt. boat, and )'OUl'lIn fix the time fur reception Our (\ntHt wise Trade. -- ar)' 6th and 6th. il-lt

--. --- of (Gen.. Grant From the hooks of the Collector IIf NaN'mIt

TIE Annual\ Conference of the M. E. F. I). GRANT. the port we are furnished! by the cour/ Ho. opened Monday, October iSUli,. St. Mary's River Packet

Church will meet in this city next The mayor replied to this :- tcry of Judge Hillyer i the followi 1Ig'stnthtil'ij I'ui'iils rci-eued at any liino and tit (the

week CO!.. F. n. GRANT, :Savannah; Ga.: of the coastwise trade for this usual rates.
I .-- -- .. -- Your telegram: received. Have fixed > Tt time citizens of Florida (his instituti l ::1

YESTERDAY tho fog was quite heavy Monday next as day of reception. city for the year: 187'J : atlbrth every fH.IIiIIIl'nt.- home f 1ttt;

and hung over the waters of the harbor X. Bnowx ox, Mayor (Cotton, Uilc.H'..?.?.. B.N77Mow 4nItoNin lor' the thorough education of their ... '---' I

until quite late in the day. I General Grant and party will arrive laurels. 1H.IHI: daughters.. ,
Ppirlta\ turiHMttlnc gal luus. 21tMP.il -' TlfK STEAMER FLORA ;
---- Sunday on the City (!Jiridgtion, and Cedar, IK>XCH.?.... 8,727 a Same MuffOf a)

TilE Haptist State Convention: meetsin will proceed at once to tho hotel. On ,, Tedur anti, Ion vettetabJcH., piickKe i. lO.tV.IKrult 1.1,407: those nice French Broadcloth niul CAI'T. JOHN 1I1CIIA1IIISOX, \t

Tit 1111 hnl'See on Friday before the Ltnnlier feet...:.... ,m"I '
;Monday a reception at Lyceum Hall 17,777 \vecd Coats still on hand, ami \\ ill In. ''tit.
I rllll UII the !ST. SIAUY'H IMVKU: lur-
('r"1'! Iies !<,S.V.:
second Sabbath
in January. will give our citizens an-opportunity to Syrup, .. '.Nt' sold out much below cost t, by WILL the HriiMin its fnllown' :
---- hides bales'''.............................................. It' oct 1i! M. IUWNKY>; II : 1.11\ M. MHry'm>\',iry Momluy mud l 'Tlmrwluyt
JACKSONVILLE tent Settle and greet the General. In the evening there S" poiijce, bnlt'II.I ... ... dam:! 1 ... nIIt lit tin.m. 'fur Kcrimiiillmi ; and will learn
Judge Cigars t'IUIt'II............................................. !1:11 : I'ermo.lmaseme. days Ht 8 a.m. for t'uinii flack
11.1), Donnetliean to Savannah to invite will be dunce at the Egmont.The Full nmlVlnlcr ,'lol1llt1f1. uc) mid 1 till liiU'rnicitliite liiiKlinui in tlie river
The value of the exports!\ to foreign lh'lUrllllllt ettry'fursday and Vriilny, will urrlvo I
f Uen. Grant visit tide will 8l'1'to drive on the J. it T. Kydd arc now receiving thcilfall I'Vrimniliiux. ,
to that citv. HI $V. :Mary's Ht n p.m., lunching 1 11
nations for the same period i is $': 7S,7tk3.ltlswnper : Block of tnens' and ,1,
-- --- beach between 4 and 5 p. in.; and\ during .. youths' lioya' \Vcilncmtiiyii mud Hutiirtiiiyii "1H leave HUMury'n .
--' -- mud cliurtoruil lor
'ftlJ-g-I'nntlnnnu: ,l procession: of tour the reception it is suggested that LM. clothing, which they offer atery lupt'il'l'lI. \\' ciirHiiiim ut tHIK 1'C.k'.IIII.: ) unit ex- '

i ists has fully set in and the list of arrivals ... __ ,
I the Florence be chartered to :"take the : The following l passenger+ arrived on DUNG ENmS3,.

appears to be larger than usual at other members of the party down the steamer lily: nf Dullan Fine IIf't S.
other/f ohde of liitcreHt !la the vlflnlty of
this time of tho year.IIOx. .' ha rhor. Mr M Clard, Miss E C Metralf[ Mr JH J J. it T. I KytUl have just received n I'Vriiitiiilinii.Throuh.

--. --- Maj. Duryee and Capt. C. Wo. Ynee Abbott, Jr')[ HEIr, Mr II 0 Mill, new stock ot gents' lino hats, latest r
I1. P. BISHOP and family, having Mr; A' A Fo'x1'11;\ fodd. Mr Edwin styles at bottom prices.AVir :Dills of Lallagr ,
have Cumberland
Savannah the
to by
spent the holidays under their gone Mr F J Mr( CorneliiifDeverv '
own Devery, Lyon,
l h y MALLOIIY'M L1N1S of Nti-nnitr* to nil |H>|IIK
vibe and lig tree at San Matco, arc Houte to meet the General and Mr II OC iniMr| FG Baiker. I'ntl and Winter (;ouds..J. on the Ht. ;Miiry'H. Close ronnvvllunvilli New'

again domiciled at the Mansion House. ascertain his plans; for the short stay Mrs L. l\ Marvin lira: Brown and'J .J.] & 'l'.I KytUl are nnw receiving every York mug all Suviinniili gtaaiN! Cllrt'Hti'iunrrx..Murk Steamer. }'Iorn.er- ,

-.- .. --. .. he contemplates in our State, and to children, Mr :M 1\[ Kingman; Mr E); S week large shipments of F\lIulld Winter Illtllllillll." '..Vi
THE PARK THEATER will facilitate his movements. Horn, Mrs B Sand, Mr Isaac Johnson, goods, dry goods, dress goods, clothing Company Edward I StalTord Mr W LoomU. hats and' hoots and shoes and TourlntM will llml thIN it cry IIlIrI14t 1
--- Mr. : ; caps, he trlii. The Mtinvry I I. urunil, ami alligators .
play'two: nights next week in Lyceum I- '
Colored It-nple' Celebration.. uhirli they arc selling at the lowest mud (otlit-r KIUII urn itliiiiulitnl. f
Hall Hotel ArrltalN..MANSION )Fur luilluT ti
opening with "Divorce. This market prices IlIf"flllllllnlli"l'i.I( ) >
The members of the Young.Itanovo- .\ :os
HOLJ II Stone 'r ,\'i.
Company has made quite a protracted I: : 2\tf "''Feruaudtou ..-III.O. .
lent Society and the Good T ii plans, (uenco R I; C i li Bagg J Win Allen Leatl- Fete (looiltt "-

stay at Jacksonville.. _. formed into procession on New Year's villcK Colorado; 0 M O'Neill, Kaumsa.City A few eases of nice fall goods Jest 1 S. OAKES 'G\'
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COLLECTOR HOPKINS will: sell at Jacksonville day, and, preceded be lloberte brass ; M Chapman} ) Denver, Col; F O arrived. and' now' opened in the" ,. ,
'' Lathrop Providence, It I; U W Swee Mint 'n'nd will be sold without reserve,
seven thousand, three hundred band, marched through the principal lIe Jacksonville; C E Devey, Stat'en together\ with balance of goods::! now on

and forty-three feet of live oak timber, streets! of the city. They then assembled Island N Y; Fred C ntH'ker. Indian hand, by M. DOWNKY) : ,

by order of the Government, on the at the M. E. Church, where Park, bie110; Camp) HIU'fl"'t; M E;

made Walter Davis Cazet CaziiMiQvia, N Y\; A Fox, Gn ; COMMKHCUT
iMth day of the present month. speecho. were by ,
._ i- President Mrs A M O'Donotrhne.: '. Miss Annio E -'- ....-
the llene\'olent'Sodeh', Savannah: Mrs L E Holt Boston rEUMANDINA MAIIKRT-1'ouuIIECTKD: WKII'K I.Y.

Mansion '
THE ladies of the" House reading of ])cchmLtlun'of Independence ; ; Joseph} 'Curtis, N Y; J T Clark BY, .WM. LAM1KY.Spirit .' Undertaker "
: *Turpentine*..-.. 'ftflr"BUonin I! : County
were the recipients of a, beautiful New by J. R. Ballard,,, and "speechesby Cairo, Ill; L Mason, Park Theatru Co; common ilrulnod.......... $1 2.1 (it VI ;ao> ,
Year's silver Fur ..;........ In nmrkct,
preSentYof plate from S B J.'UlIllrJFill 11 C Peeples, Atlanta mono
Revs. E.: J. froukens, 11'. C. Cole ; erUllt'l'lIrlt'1I11110....,.,'........uoue In market i'snNANDXNA.Jf.4.: ,,
employees of the house of whom ; Rov Adkins! Key West; P P .. .... ,
'many : and others. Cotton-Wcii Inland lithe need.! : 4} (>|aKKKXANDINA \
have been in'their service for years.IT Bishop, wife and daughter, San Mateo. Couit nty) on hand ,4 ? 'i. t
The all aimed
speeches to impress : UI r.\II. MAUKKT. >
---- -- colored Council Proceedings. Corrected by \Irll.; Clarke, denier in I'YnltVeKctnfoleH ... METALLIC BURIAL OASES > t
is pleasant to see (lowers in the upon the people the import- and UI"lelll'4t..I... tIn
( FERXANDINA: FLA. Del :" 1871'' t
of higher education and VLOtTAIII.K,
an entire
windows of so many houses in our Council met at the Council Itnnm at l'ot"tot'/.IIf" Lau ici. 40( kill IK \Vooil CollliiM: I II
nutifullittle the breaking off from the traditionsand :Sweet 1'otutoeii, |mar hmshel..a 0 (Ml I'll tl 73:
city, but palm moat tho proper hour. Present : T. Kydd, elll.hulle.I'r hundred...............,lo IK) (II 20(K> Itueswood Walnut lull otier woods.
be given to. the ,splendid scarlet })oin. .practices of the pit, 3 'President; Councilmen I. Winch, Daniel Olllu".I" <|unrt. Ittftc In) J", t
Cow: Ices Imiiluil... 1 75: M 1 UI' UNnl.U'I'uu.n": : GOOnS
per ,
seth blooming in the tho, upper hall 11. Delaney offered a resolution..as Baxter, Samuel I: Brown, Paul Francis Toumtoea, |HT,crutu........?........, (1(5140 utx ..
follows Chns. Angel. ruirfi*. MASONIC atom OTHER' KM tlLE&U, 8UUOUDSt.
of the. Mansion. nOU t> ; The minutes of last Apples, fur bushel.........'.:.. 2111'> 69 21\11! )
or _._' -+- lit'WlvrilThat, for the higher religious meeting were Ix-mont,per hundred............. a 01111> 4 IN) AND HOB EH.:
edncationalanti }intellectual tram-' ,read and approved lluiuinaN | er 4iun>lre On'1Vedntsilay; evening about"elfcveno'clock The minutes of Board of Health, CiN-ounuU.cuch l ...................,. 0 10 fill 0 15 ISmbal1ning Donee
of the the Rev. E. J. Brookens 1
_the moon I -.Iih being, very ing, H. B. Delaney race, Rev E.'} erJ.l1sori-, ''held Nov. 14,. 187t>, were then adopted. .TurkeyNMcli.........IH...>.fl.TUV..........,.......... 1 25 M I BOte 11.lt. eibuinrcl for removal.. B&foty gturanteed,
bright, a lunar rainbow of.a* sharp rind H. The bill of Dr. Starbnck, for treating ( w, t'1&t..h.\.?.,..* 730V 1151 rim.JULH: suede I to. -.
Rev. W. C. Cole J. Ballard, WallerDavis Prior>> Jordan and Daniels Chickf, g.wn..*......... :L'III 40 ord by mail or lcgrapb ,will restive prompt
distinct outline'' 1\8 if produced, by and B. Holland be deputed as Henry ilo liulf-trrnwn............... :till (u> 'fftl attention f
Old Sol l himself, wW 'cilU eJ by the raysof agents of these orders to make arrangements returned by Finance Committee with l III1..k.j grown per ixilr........"......... 1 IN) (fj> I 25IVRKH llewembcr that I nm oppoae to blab prlcet.
the, recommendation to 1 be allowed |H-r : 35 W *i '
light striking the fog. for.the. .erection of a High -- Hl'T(;)IKK'M II JoA: Tot. orncK: IN BAKBOHN'A uovrs OLD STOKE ,
upon 1 School: building in this city. otic-half the amount claimed. Ordered lU-ef-.teuku............................,...... 0 ft 12 lau 4 BKCOND MTHEfcT. .. "' $
t," 1 paid according to the recommendationof I'ork..N................._.?.......,. IS ($* JOMutton -"', -- .. -----
WHILE wo receive accounts from This resolution understand, was Finance Committee l.;. \ :;: \ OW( 10 : I
; amount, $ 141usnge...........................M..... 15 SANBORN & HOYTIGROCERS .
in the of The bill of G. F. .. ,
many points country quarrels, adopted, ......,. ,, Avery, hauling YUelt FElt", AO, ,
disorderly conduct; and even of serious! Jleturnliia ballast on the streets, ordered paid ; hay, iier liuudred | Minndi.............. 7J! ($ tat) ., ;r.
Emigrants.We amount $20. Corn: |mar l>unlii-l..M.._._.....?..l )IU(f. .WIIOJ.J HALR j' .. ,.
and criminal assaults, we are proud to see frequent notices in southern On> motion, .- the Street Committeewerejiisjructed (Jan,,1 IMT .. .. !55 f ,
'n'ltle ltrun mud DilddllnuH. mar lit)|Hiund., 1 :() dd 1.1)
he to record the fact that Fernan- papers of the return of people who had ; '" authorized( to !have s Flour, |>er l irrrl............?... HM 4 9 /M '
dina has the done llomliiy |M-r Uirrel......................... 475r: ,OU( ,
through holiday- or'lo' repairs streets
passed their necessary on they ,
west to better fortunes
gone Ice, per to", '10. Ih'lttll.7kt.: |MT 100 j |>er lb, 2c. .

week without ,even a common. ..fight. gratify that ,spirit of adventure which deem proper.. -_, .,d-- )
..- Bill or ofbanhorn Hoyt, for sundries, ,
enters so largely into the American returned bv Finance Committee and MAHIXR1'OKTAi.MAjfAo

THE steamer City of BriJgetm, on her character. :So far a-i the means of recommended paid. Ordered paid) NAVAL S'rORES'I'
; -WKKK: KKIII.IO IIEnlIlIJla: : 21. I, .. I,
last made the
trip run
amount $12.O';. spa /
securing a competence at ,agrjculurHl( .
to Fernandinarl\distnn of forty-eight Bill of Joseph Ligeour, for services JIUI. 4. Rtar 7.U$. "KKTN.1X15 I(:Will\\TEfC. p.II. Provisions 1 Groceries tad
pursuits i is concerned, there U! no. cause HnmUy .117 : A.M. U.w: : .
miles in two hours and fifty-five minutes as City Clerk for month of August and Monday, 5, 7.UI: BOH 1.11 I.JUTuewluy -,
why a single man or family should) three days in September, recommended 6. 7.01 8.IW 2.11 2.W -,r 'r'.Itn'rrox 1'1IJtESrtx.; i.' i./
-at &the rate of sixteen..znUes.pe !, \Ve ,
; 'I ,' .J.!
the 'I "
South but bo allowed and 'i'l ,
leave the ; on contrary to to be credited on his! Tligr'y,. J 5. 7.WI fl.10 4.22; 4.14 ..
hour.wjnio steamer hIlS b'een> grently inducements are offered to the indebtedness to the city Of Fernandin.i.. .. l.>ld..y, ," 9, 7.04 5.11 5.20: A.M In. Store, ftn<1 to nrrive'hy' Bieamt nn J-Saps. ;
many Hufduy, 10, 7.01 5.12: 6.2* 6.M 20UlW itlll CJtJ; : "
improved in since her recent L'.8. l.i'( 1.-
'", : speed: capable farmer to come into the Southern Accepted ; amount, | > % i
,"arid now ritnks'amongour 1 Bills of police, for) services for month l\Jrt I'ernnniUna.AKUIVKD.' 100,000. hard lirlekj 1 ...
o/ .
States to follow hu calling. The 1 of November, ordered paid ; amount, 1NLf'a.ke Uln.1 "' k;a

fastest river steamers. change is greater fur the Southern farmer .fMl.33.<< : 10O Kegs Nallsl, ..: i r
'.') 11<<'. 27-Schooner Kate V. Altken Thuulgwon. '
i. ir narrrU
4 t" ; 1OO KKKOSK.NK: ftN
to go.lVezt than for the Eastern or Report of Turner Duling, on collection Iteuufort. H. C. : Oily IlOf !/
THE steamship City of Dallas Captain of personal tax for the years,187t5;, lItu' SH-Hteumer S1. John'*. Vogel {'IlIult'.lullj( i ::jiroyf)li cU. ir.gul Ion 4q, .board f f:r.alii f";'I; ...
Risk arrived here nbout 11 o'clock this Northern farmer to do so ; and steamship Weotrrn Texas Hint- .
every .1877 and 1878, amounting to $:-.7.'J(> rot'wprk. A lurirwntuok of ,
morning. TIle Dallas left New York able farmer who breaks up his home received.A CII A IIEI).' ; cry hardware Dry (Ouoili Kurnlturti./ llovn. \IIUludtt.

seven hours behind, (time, made< gees of T. E.J. Conrad ; .. .
petition dart| Iwrk ltldewl le <1in..) hull KiUflttiid. .0)
usual trip to Port Royal and Fernau-: his than in favor of his carry E'' I'ItI1r11ELV: I.UIY.
against success on a Rocky Mountain keno was refused, I>eo. 'JU-Hteainrr! HI John'->>Rf I. Clmrlenton; ,,FUR AN..it: 1
diva where she discharged freight, and succeeding becoming satisfied with Utujulilp_Wmterit TCXIM. Ileac, :\t'W'or". tlfu
arrivedhere twenty-four hours ahead the change. So we urge all men No further business appearing, the ., _N ..i4 qrdere at oi.-el p-j osit t'act aaNnlae'is; ,M.;1
Council lseaherr J .
adjourned .'f puftitw.liy ., ..
of.time. Breeze.. I. ioJL "'.uutlitl
-wv to "let well enough alone, and onlymove T. KYUD G. R" "AVERYLivery ,8ANBORNIA."BOY'1",1'PJdI "
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Yes, she came in here at 9 p. in., discharged when there shall be an absolute President of Council. Second jo' riJaodiRAJ' '.'

cargo, and was off on the next necessity to do so. Attest : .q d.T T' J M .". JUM ' --.-- CHAS. ANGEL: Acting CitCI 'rk. O. ; '"''
tide before'daylight. ,S.
Colored llfceptlonlo Uen. Grant. ." ... Oakes/: ':L'::
.. -- Benevolent & '
-- 'The Young Association The Singer Sewing Machine.Mr. Hoarding Stlibie.C.t1LJL1tlI .
THE handsome little St. Mary's '
and I. O. & O. F; have appointed the .John Mackenzie has taken the
packet the Flora, has been put on anew excellent $ cud N JM CON TRACTOR' aiid BU1LDER1. :
following Committees to takethe necessary agency; of this ewing 'niat'dline \ .

schedule will be seen by, reference for welcoming Gen. Grant to and u now prfj/.irwJ; to furnish and from HUnuu :n anti TritliM.COXTHACTS ,

to her advertisement. Captain steps all supplies and repairs necessary for YOU HAUUNO, ETC $'nhif ctures : :t ;
Richardson who ia thoroughly acquainted the city : it. He sell the needles at 25: cents a MOULKIXOH. BRlCKtm. Ml WEn AI 'TUR .' '\
Jrrrin[/ '.n4<-Walter Da vis, B..Hoi* J dozen, and all other "articles! at the rug HAUC.: KU: IHI.U"Tltlt! >>l.' NEWLi ,. WTA1M IUIL,; .t .

.with every, square rod, of land Robert McDonell, Louden Dum- prices established by the manufacturer. HOUSES, IIUUUIES, HAItNKSS; WOOD UO. WYATULIIsAuu1NQAJIU tV: .*.7HOioiW aultll'u, r.

water i in' tliia'region, will now be ableto field, and Roman CribbwJ .> Call and sec the lalv ImprovidSingtrthe ; .' CARTS AND WAOONWJOB1 FLOOBISO. ""

give two days'each week to excursions hec p/w mJ".lt.DliLllnrl. E. J.Brookens most complete machine in'the MtkciHTAIH I I

in the vicinity of Fernandina, Riley E. Robinson,. H. B. Delaney,' world 3 ...Tn IH CA' o&ll"U :A.\J>_ ,.ftt1f41'uouc.. :. .HDOOK3 .
W. C. Cole Beoj. Holland, Mary Francis -, i j
while the' trip 'up'thti St. Mary's is.one' and Charlotte Eddin.AddrtM JtooU and Shoe Ar(Otlkw awl SW.o&Y1nt Ntro." near Br.".n t c-A YYLCIALT7. I.L t'e -
fltrre {\'It&r..h---
of the'most interesting In Florida, particularly J. It. Ballard. E. J. Brook A new stock )ju.t received at.'J. & ,T.1CJ'dda' !:'._'_ __ _l..I.t_ '_1 AND wnloo"-.a 1Ea Of ALL fclZES.r.rnwidi.a .A' i

to the sportsman ens* and Bile/,E. Robinson. .. "II. "owra&aa l-9-tfawnrA,at Ui MlUJUOU le, a& Jut jvat olD is Bo* IT*. '. JTU.
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her or emigrants, wlio\ left here a'few' .1 ,
J. T. ..DD.7
months hopeful, full of lifo and ck, ,
ago e.
fi energy, returned yesterday, J perfect Grocer and Ship Chandler, T TOWN IM R ROECOMAMY" P

wrecks M' thc1r, : ro'rn1er' dv'fI'. Theyare I I' -. '' .- -- ---:--- i I

perfectly with their ,EAUEn IX ,
disiKitstccj -
uxperieiKo I -
of Western! life, I their former PROVISIONS LIQ'Uo. ,
day-dreams. Their faces ,,'bre.n., hn ) HOLIDAY GIFTS !r ." };UNNDIN.TO"NS .\. \

Knr'd, ''p'bverty-strickon) ; look:,' and they : Os,it.H. I.IXE,
draw most woful pictures of their lile Afont for B. F. AVERT & co's Plows.
ANI) CED ill
i in that Coltl1lrThey gay; that ill some .

,f sections of, .Texas+ there! has been! ,110! I CI TUg: HTUKET, IN LARGE .ASSORTMENT. .
rainus5necMast'May'anil; \ (hat 'soiiietimcs -

::l farmers: must ravel' l twenty stiles B2-tf _FEnXA_ _).)._INA.. u _.,__FLA._______ .' Offers to Lessees and Purchasers}

', for?WIter..IL1h@ brook's/stream: "amisprings ., (.:J.a II J111 I A full stock'lists' .: just been received, and every Depart men t-i is:deplete with a large mtiuher of the most".eligiMe .

r'il l ir6 dried ttwin| o.-crtain lociill"; CHEAP, USEFUL/ AND ELEGANT GOODS for Holiday Presents: in nntl dusirnble Lots, miitablo

,"* ( ties, and everything wears a burnt thnt, Bakers anJ> Confectioners i for BnsiuoxH!' Purposes; or for City:
parched They
1 ) nppcafl lIcc. report
I .Suburban:+
; residences UPON
the cotton is exce.llent never I otter vV. ,
{ but crop wcakenV'd, t' thu C110XCI2 CHOCEHIE3.::: ; EASY TERMS
,t they are so by I DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS
:1' I climate, to..which\ they are so unacciistim'ed,4tli'nt"lhpy -. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Liberal Di>/'uountx on Values allowed -

) .Ii ; : cannot pick their cotton to parties( eiigedged; iii mauufncturing -
J as it should be. llcturiiing emigrants
or industrialnterprises
: are becoming numerous They -- Fancy Goods and Notions.. ,
'\.1 come', (back in (every manner: by rail p 1.r WEDDINGS, ENTERTAINMENTS and will erect on the property] purchased -
road/ in tv'igonstad: afoot. An! a rule PICNICS furnished) at the shortest notice at Piibstantiitl irn prO\emeuts

,I t they wear n woebegone expression( KUCK IK) !ITOM PKICE?>, at I for residence, or in which. to conduct -
which convinces one C lhat tho 'land< .' YtAirETtI'
;for-'l A.IV G :3:2: T H : ,
them The only reason that more do 'entre Street, opp Post-Offce -
not return is thfit they do not have the 4 --- .-- --- .- -. ---- .- --- .UnmirpMKed in quality and price, and will compare favorably with samples' from other cities by exemption lora

sad is l teaching .term of, from taxation offered '
Their experience
l' means. 11. E. UOTTERER .I_ "i> 'I I ,1 years
t them that there is no better climate .' ." .. ,. .. byt the several 1 cities
soil and society tinder the HUH Special) Goods not in,,. stock cnn be ordered through, us, thus afford* towns. Apply to
n.llul1dllln, 1P m.,
1 left/'The '
than iti'the homes
\ing' A SAVING TO THE CUSTOMER; of and other All
ere iii this country are; 'now ''beginniiig Express charges.. CEO D. GILCHIIIST: : ,

to find this out, and tho oftener they DEALER INli such orders carefully filled AT NEW YORJy PRICES by'our'rcoident 'buyer Agent I,
are reminded of it, the better off they I *Office
I 1'1' && Railroad Building
t.r" will Times. INI: ,
be.-CIUlllalQoJa) :
I . ar.' tt; T. I "YDD, Fernandinn.. 16-tf
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JtCK IONVLLLl Family il G Groceries anu( I rovisions' G tf .' Corner Centre and Second"Stl' e'ts. Tin J ()UIU.tLAND -\---- ,


;: ,Iron. and Brass FoundryAND Ciutomcrs can rely upon getting Choice Goods, ainotbltig '. : THIS SPACE IS RESERVED :FOR ,. AND I'lIUNCompany

but the .
.L t '. 1 I yt .
FINEST URANUS 't i""C.A." L "\7"',I GLXT O: A'K: ', ,

t '
;'il 'I. 'r > ___. .. ... !'t.T' are kept_.In-. -stock.For .'-r--t. -f---.o.- .' '{ ,.' 'Jacksonville. Fla;, I" t I. 1 OFFERS: ,.

:i1' T. J. .MURPHY Good CnBto .muae ? t. i ", f(,:, .!I :: I 1ti. ltflSLE' 'VOJII GOO.OOO A (1 ICES
BOOTS AND SHOES .1 t. ( : ).' '
I ---,---
/l. I P;
O'I.r.t Of the and
8roprittcr.f. most ACCESSIBLE
t .--- I .. ; ; ;, 1. -j |I'! M't, ." DESIRABLE ;iauls in the
"..d, .; .1 ., .. : '. i .
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'Steam Engines Sugar Hills and all l lR STATE OF }FLORIDA
,', .: r. ... II,
t t
; R "kinds of Mill Machinery built 'I''" 'Dn DT.RKEE'S : Iqu.1J $t'.25 :per" acre to porysettiers -,,.
,' v 1 \1'\' \ with the
: .t'7r.1- rl, h \ "' privilege of select.

,/ !repaired, LIVER.'AND: KID'N'EY''PADLiver / Hall in p !trc'eJH of< 4.0 ncreH or more.. ,

: These lands are ]!)ca'te'au ,and

G 1. IKSIMXASS"" WORKiIAS111P .. ,' V ,
.. I. '; : 'tuljiuuM't tn the line of the Atlantic -
-1" rt.\; va J.sf t' 9'ANI f' ," : CUR., ES' .
StlllCC t Gulf and West India Transit
*' / I ( ',Complaint, :Kidney Disease:\ Fever and Ague, Catarrh,. Co.'" K. 11., extending from Fur-"*"-

promptattentton. :OrJerg fiorn"dlitancn.' 'will receive car fill l. and Goto Femalo Weakness; Neuralgia, Rheumatism Dyspepsia, Side- naudiua, on the Atlantic Cedar

ST. NEAR .:, / Ache,. Bilious Complaints,- and any' Disease arising Ivqy, pu ihe.Gulf. coast, thus affording
.. John "MacZenzie's
from Disorder of Blood. .
", .' tJie ,Stomach or to. .the.iproducer cheap,
> des 7-tf JaoksanYllle;"F1a. '
r ,
of the ( I constant and rapid trunsportationto'the
Pricehle ollar. Sent mail receipt of'price.; :
: by on best maTkets. .1'' .
; First Store oa Centre Street,near Rail- Liberal discount to Dealers.: '
CentreStreetMillihery' The belt of country traversed'
; Eoal: :Depot, G*:<>., HUGHES A 'BRO. Agents, ..
-.... f .o' t -. by the Transit R. R, embraces.EVERY ...
I 1tIl9. F.J.A'MIJDDAUGII; : 'FERNANDINA, ; No. West Bay St. ,cor. Ocean, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
t<. 37-tf .- .. ( VARIETY'/iOF.; SOIL
..Jlas constantly on nnni a tine !selection ol the --- -- ----- -- .
newest styles in (>lm..s.AND SHADE HAT QTREETY Jk UHOTIIEH, to be found in the State, a largeproportion "
"for Ladiea,'.\1ble! .'.fknd. ChildreniUlBBUNS;; ;
KKHNASD1NA. FLA., A QJi' Leing'pe'culiarly
fiDptfgiv NU adapted
LACES AND FLOWERS, ; also (ient! and
Hoys' Hats of first quality. 'i Call and examine Msnufactnrers and Dealer In Cook and Parlor ifTropical 'to toe culture' of SEMI-TROPI

Mrs. M. Is agent fur the Domestic P Perfect Fit. CAL'' FRUITS and Early Vegetables
Stoves Heaters
ting Fashions..- ) -,No'brie"should-, fail. to,try" .t/iem. Ranges, \ and Soml-Troplcil' ) Fruit 'rrcCt. noses, :Deciduous and Evergreen!: and The Larye, 'Compact Bodies f/" .

-10 Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,, Roofing Shruisa and .Floweria? Plants. Timber -make these lands worthy

and Guttering. o of CAREFUL EXAMINATION by 'manu

JI1fo"t. .1'tcce'ivcd','" NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES', OF BUDDED$ ORANGE(; facturers of LUMBER AND NAVAL .

'j' ,, STORES.
a large conuigumeut of Stort TREES MADE ,A SPECIALTY ,I'
ig I ISe
.NEW ,SETTLERS purchasing :
THE ',ropK: JKWKI/: .
land from, this company are furniched -.;

I I. npproprfately named-, la a jewel'We: WILL nd for ,.Descriptive Catalogue. with entire.Jree. passage, on

NOT 1-ly be uudemold / Corner 3U and ASHE!! IItII.t' : ,AI.BKIIT 1. BiDWELL, the Transit It'{ lit. for family and, .

--- ... -- personal effects to the station nearest -

WILLIAM F.. WOOD JJr., I-tf. H i -Jacksonville a f i Fla.* the land purchased 't' r

TITLE COMPLETE being derived '
Newsdealer, Bookseller, Stationer, '11VI)1JS'rICI tL' GOOD FINE LAUNDRY SOAP -
,. -\\4'"- by grant from: 'the United

Ca tharticiPills DEAUHI i.v FAXCV''ARTICLES, -AT :TOE- States and' purchase'1"' from' tho.

.-- -: MACHINE WORKS. State of, Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. '
x Combine the;choicest T cathartic principles 312 Ctntre Street, FERXAXDLVA: ,'FLA. i : FactoryJACKSON1'ILE ,
ad.jURtl'd .. l Florida; Soap "
in medicine} in proportions}uratety "1 'SOLICrTED.
t to' s'cure activity certainty, and Self Paper, Picture Fram. llrnctet; Lamp,,' .. .1' ,;
4 uniformity of ,effect. They, arc the result Croquet 8ota. Baud Ula. H., Combs, IJru141Ieelc F. R. POND FLA.lloKiu. ; Descriptive MAPS and CIRCULARS ,t
t ,* of years of careful study and practical ex- upi-tHrit iu great' variety. ,./luy. ,. Sewing :Uachlue Proprietor. ,; maitedoapplication. ,
pertinent, and are the most effectual rem- Needles Oil. etc.CilPfEU. ? : (: .i 1

edy.y.t ,discovered ,for diseases caused by. : ,'... _IXKSTANns....-_ 75'I'Gen U. 'J, ".-', .lli -""SAMUEFi A. SWANN, '

bowels derangement, which of require the stomach prompt and liver effectual and 1TI1J..tNNE CL..UUU, Shop situated 3 minutes,walls weii-Depot, fallow. "'Wttx,.Sklo, Furs, Land Commissioner.- ,' :

treatment.-- :ATEU'S )PIUJ. are'' .specially JA JACKSOXVJLLIS, FLA. Sugar, Syriip" and..Orsuges, i-tf, ', J.,. .. / ...._ *
applicable to this class of diseases. They Dealer In the, choicest ''
'. '
act lative directly processes''.on *the and dlgeIUveaod.restore: .a9l1hni-regular i I' "rFruitliestables f 1 .' ,,; Taken lit exchange. For Price Lid'. etc., address Garreit. ; "' & .Barnes: .." ,

healthy .,,cUou., Their extensive use all ; Confectionery )fASUt'AqU R 91' .SOAP FACTORY" ,
in their and by II; ,
civilized physicians nations is practice'one of the ,many io: lc.. IRON AND' BRASS CANTIXUS, P.O.Boi 089. ilC-3m) }acksonHlleFli.MONCRIEF oo .1{',..011) $.., ;\1 :'i.fit-,
proofs of their value as a safe sure and .
perfectly reliable purgative medicine. Third !Street betweeii''entkind uuhui Streets, 1IION rilON'TM AND FENCES .HOUSE '
Ffruandlua.1 Vise. 7tiNAs Jacksonville 'Florida
of'the concentrated
Being compounded
: ,.t For Dwellings and Cemetertea, of latent del fgoa:. ,, .
virtues t iipf,tPl1ftIYI'egetAbIQ. substances. ill CUJ.I EG BY JIBS. BTJFFIlTaTOlT: !
they are.positively free from, calomel or E. '
I have the lariat: ortroeat of M CFnXRKT: SifM ollA CQl.lm'sil1t.
and can be administered I
any injurious properties CORNER TINE Fousrrn STREETS
PAT I KU'S lit Abe t>tat''.sad can fill Bi 3 ,to children with,perfect safety.AiriR'aPiLts. I FOR YOUNG LADIES 'er without parties vaylug fur the extra. expu of
: are,an ..effectual cure for I AT ,. patterua.. Jtc'KSbxi'ILLE, ..pfd. HAEDWAEE:
11. t.ohine Shop IV 'UrnUUVd'with'the' Uteetlnii
Constipation; "Dyspepsia or, Costiveness Lost of 'Appetite Indieestloo -, i i 1 r u.dllU'J'lorhlaa.. >roreU.t<>>U, which euabief ruy,"vrkwa to.luru TERMS's1:5o;: : and $2.00 PER.DAY, ,
out work with the greate,tidirpatahauaet.tbe \ :
Foul Stomach and Breath, Dizziness, I A TnoHoroit EwQLtvu'EDUCATION.: SPK. lowest cub pr.cd.1 '" Affording|o Location of Room, 'BLINDS.J
Headache,'Loss of Memory'Numbness, ;: cal' aJr nU -.Iu P.tlNTINu aud.. DUAW1NO.USIia Agent II toe WA.TERTOWN STKA.K: FNOINB DOORS, SASH, '
Biliousness, Jaundice, "'Rheumatism, i "lFUKNCH.: \ ; g CO. and can luruteh their EXilSta.: : BO1LE> rnius' WEIX-KNOWN liot'SE is CEXI -
Kruptlons'and Skin Diseases,' Dropsy, For CHrouUra. ,,,ddrt,,*V RKV. J,11)\ IIYFEK.1'ernendiua and ....\\\.MIt.t. ti..t IIh irt notice. tr-.Uly hx..lf'd.olld having been renovated 1 ;1
Tumors .Worms, Neuralgia, Colic, _. ie. ....a,. Ha.CKOslEK Ala(x'JUU.OV'N CELF.Utt.TBI: ,* ) STEAM I.OV- throughout will be kept MIl a flnn-tlaxn" house. Paints 'Lubricating' Oils.RED '
Gripes Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Gout, EHNO a and KSOWLK: TEaM: HUMPS kept The I'roprietrrdM having had experience both ,
Files, Disorders the Liver, and tall .TTPourtli. ... 1 constantly 'n I ant and''a Id, at ManufacturerV, North and iSouUi,will pare uo newts for the cow -
ad.ted <
prices freight the house homelike 01
fort of her putroiw;to'making -
other diseases'resulting from disordered t'or further Informatfon,"Price nets:Ca'.l''g-*'. .. :/33-t('.
state of the digestive apparatus. f t Y .TIJ" unmy |tn city..., t OIL,A SPECIeLTT.areelat. Q
..eto.addr"u'1', : --
.. .. ,.. '"' .. t.u. eitIieDYIa0.'CIIAl'1'DLL
.. Asa Dinner PHI they have,no equal)! St., b=t. Centra and Alachua, PO.'.Bos SOS' ; ....- ,..... '- ', ,.." 'JoT XOTICI-:. -'. .

.. ,. \vT ile':genii I fa their act{on, these!Flu" I ,' i; twusDi'xA'rti'' : ,A. rTUURTY DAYS from thin date.I will sell enl .AocKTa rox" ,
WATCHKS or other artivlea that hive been .HABVIS'R'f RAPES.
,' arq the must thorough and eeanliing cathartic emu made to order; nu".'and rt'tol* bnugbt. BUILDER left ou my handii for use year, fur the charge MABViS'S-AlABM MONEY DRAWER
\ that can be bowels ed,and never give ant t r n.'a''II''d. Work lit,Iron ur l>rua%dour, at BOAT ., ,against thew. Pries ..601.
: pain unless the : ,are inflamed and the lowraitrl- es/ ooka repaired'aud keys fitted. J. W. HTARk. WOODKN JACKET fiUIPrtXU
I ,:!that their influence is healing. They stimulate All order promptly attended to. 'jAduoiiTlUe, Kloridi. >Parchrnrtker.
'J'J'Z the appetite and digestive they Work not called for iu thirty day w Ill be salt for Deeruber 6,189.Folt''HENT- -, Tin Wttiro.: "
.. ,_1 ... I t i ir 1 i I' .
'operate to purify and enrich the blood\, and II .... ...1 tLI -.j i'-l I ttIll'J ,WHITEHALL. ().\TS. i ,
impart renewed health .and Tfj'Or'to the ,: twin Ronflo and skilled work.
whole system.Prepared -, .I..I1).n, OnD, 'YACHTS. GUNAq&'d'S1i11-FS., NICE' MOOMS for rent low in\ men at low r tr*. Gutteriuatby 2J.U d
01 t j SEVERAL. of C Ur4 and Third
\ ,corner ,
.t I ::1JE."TJS7,! I"' '*' YAWLS STEAM LAUNCfl .' r A'T ACKSOXVILLK: d lri4rr.D :
I; 1 b lDr. J.; O. Ayer &; 00.; t1tn-eta.Ahta the second story above''Mer..Sdell'.4. _

1 Practical and'Analytical Chemists Four"i'IJ Suet,.-between Centre- Every deacripUon ofnill crtft iNto order Bro,roml'r.\ab and Third Streeu.-. .. liss Helen M. AJjuaa,Brooklyn, five minutes'_ .
.0 cM M '. uud Aluvhuu Streets,' 'n thu brat style and uu the JUOtIt appruvv4, peo'}. .Apl.ly ,10. ,t... .' .'." '''' 1' 'I walk from the drvsX, can accommodate a few
)tt .8- swell 11. Iwwl+ ,hoarder ,
je ( ; rtyle.
.1 1g. pcnduuev suliuted. .. UOOIM Uryw
rre &
; I I l '- W1u tits uattrr "dtl ,
I 131-i hlM'h
d' .r1iI. ) City ne lWt.
'Ie TtU. .
*; ,. {OLD .T ALL &UUOU'U XVEKTWUtBI.1:: 1;';, .tf' ..\.1...:.: !'. ) 1 .oft'4". .1Ht -. $7e 3Ut
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