Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00033
 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 7, 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: UF00054505:00033
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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DVBIXO LOXO ABSEXCE. Noland with the assistance of his estinmble when taken from the wafer was found OUAXUK) JCDD'S LAMP.-Orange) ; Judd, CfKioi's! PKorosAW.Vhen: LordSlrangford f
I we thy face no longer wife, whose cnl'rgnlHt business tn( he in lifeless :o\ state.. C.ipt. O'Loary; !II', in'i'tar 0 I' tlu. Atntiiiiin I ; .l!/ vV f/// /tI'l.*/, l ) sat: down to criticise n book ,
In visions! of the night; tncl a are proverbial, has had considerable o after coin'eying t thl'1':>11'1 \in t tow I j( lives in Flu+hing LOll;.' 1 Island: and\ of travels by :Miss: Beaufort he little 'J, t
Too far AWn)' I Is the hush day experience in Ihe hotel business I across t the bar,i returned with I I iho corpseto .uoes home. every night on a 1I'IIilllll'( the I dreamed (that before long ho would. '1 1
That lent thee to my sight. having until recently conducted the the city, when the 1 English; Consul, Flushing and S'orlh :Shore: Hailroad.{ write to the young authoress : "I \\11": .
Hut though the waves no longer Waverly House'one! of the best kept :JIr.llowt'.ttl11noau'd( ; J Dr. lut1iIl together The light of the Haiti lani |>, i i" rather: thinking the other dav about a {,olni 3 ..
Kcflect their absent queen, : of entertainment in the city. wilh several English captain" (lull, and reailin.newsp.ipeiN. III'\ books' ; i innnication from the, Emperor): ) Akbar\ .
Do tides! (forget 0 love, long lid, \While the Toronto has lost a most and an investigation( was; hail. \Dr.Mo ) i is nci'ordin.uly II matter III'j j.sitme ililliculty. to (fhe King of Porlupil' which ('on"t
T follow the unseen.I thoughtful and agreeable: }host I, his (lilt, after t'lul'l':1"' !! : Mr.(I: Judd, however has overtnine (tined u request for! copies! of the holv !
hear thy voice no longer 1 place i is well\ supplied C with one eqtiallvacceptable 1 / of (tho opinion that tho ..deilh nf the thi" ililliciilly! 1 by u, Amid the voices round; to the, public.'-(JiiintwHlrlice. / deeeaseu was ('Ii lhl'tl from :an at IIice'k of liuiiil l.imp; inaiie ;e.xpie: 'l I\, i I'n' bun by i the following t'I'IIh'IIl'Ot''III'I : 'In the :'" I
Too long unstnote by that sweet note, heart: disease.{ --/'('?iiroAilraini. a gentleman in Euiope: whom. h.(' met"hilt' world of humanity', which is (the m 1'J J

My ear forgets the pound; A TAX I Il IJ.H: \'Elt1llT-ln the case traveling: in that; (11111111'\'. Mr. lor, and! reflection of the world of God, oJ.) '
Hut though the shell no longer Hugh .l, Young! \\'illinl11.\.l'lIt1' ck (JR.(N"1'" Till: SOUTH AM .111V:l'd). Judd had expressed' \ astonishment to there i is nothing: ('Iltwlln 1 love or comparable r. ;: \
Can hear the Qt'Cnlroar'! and William{: .\. 1endrickl ejectment, John Rn.osoll Young, who made: (the I, this uentleiiiiin, that: some connivance : ft> human: affection.' For \
It echoes! still-so thy words nil\ the jury came into court at !3 p. m, yesterday tour of the world! with General" : Grant: was: not invented! by im-m: of which{ nlllll"l'III's. I have felt and) known this ..
My heart forevermore. liavclcis" on; railro.n: coitlil ie.nl, at I neversaid I'it. till I r
and returned verdict for the i is writing an account of the (travels ofthe : though (to-day to any r 't
defen'dants. The controversy t in this ( party.(" In (the 00111-0 of (the woik:, nih5; tlithidsill't'allll''talldd'st'l'tl't. / ) ; : I In one. When you 1I'xt.Hilt' please give I J. f
S1'.1 TIN 1:11'S.IGGs easeas the title to valuable;' piece of advanco'sheets of whieli have readied lamp: such :i- lie Ihouulit could. be me the \possessive pronoun of (the first! t .
real estate in La Villa. The plaintill' us, he) detail"{I /a conversation; with flu- i made, ,, fur Ibis:! pnipoM' :Some\<< / time person.1'' :Surely: never was a declaration \ \ ri, '
: 15 cents dozen in Tallahassee. relied on deed executed to him by the General, which is of moie than: passing nl'tir' his ictnrii: to this country :Mr. made in a quainter] ; { fashion; !Ia"illg,1'; ,1 (
Send us a few. master in chancery: on a sale nIt the interest: to us of the :South.; It recalls Judd was nurec.iblv .1I1 I'l'i'd l Is'' reirivin perhaps the :Scottish: beadlo who led (

TIIK publication of the New Smyrna lands: in question) I under decree of I'lIl'dhll"eHl1l! ot'111l' Ills-t sinking 1'ioiu Idol lluropean: ; acquaint| the manse lianse-nu1d{ to the 1'11111'1'11""f"; ,
foreclosure of a mortgage :\ in 1877. events'o'the! ('Io'lc of the ivil\ war.Speaking : nee a lamp, made: aiconling to his yard, and pointing: with his linger{ /
Him' has been suspended.! The defence was on a tax deed, the \ of the (Confodciates\ connection description( and! upon tri.il found that Mammcrcd : "My: folk lie there, :Mary; :4 f
Cot. COUIUXGTOX of the .1/l' clltll111/ lands hll ing been' sold for non-payment with Mexico, Jen. Grant said; : it answered (the put'pose' for which it WIlli'c.. like lo lie there" ? Or the lugubriously "

i is boasting of ripe blackberries. of (the tax of 1S70. The public fmpor- When our war ended, I urged upon bad been made in every icspect. Formerly humorous Iri.h lover who\ ..
tance: of this case consists! in the fact President Johnson an immediate! ; invasion Mr. Judd used: aii ordinary i : alcohol took his girl to sec the family vault: 1 !
Ox the 8d t incendiary i ; fire occurred that :l tax deed has: been !1u tailll'd. a Mexico.. I 11\llIlIol sure bother lamp; bill he finds{ (this lamp: of his and then and there asked her: if slip I 1 I 1

at Quincy dcsroying :v dwelling house. thing very rarely! nccompli&hed inlitigation. I wrote liim or not but t pressed: (the I own invention{ far more convenient would like: to lay her bones beside: his .
.":" Sun/ and 1'rcxi.Wi IIIntlt'l'a'' : ( Jolm-on It. is simply' II candle, ingeniously :III'I'nllgl'tltu bones ?-Chamber's/ ..JJ1lrl11.FHlIZES '
THE Governor and his Cabinet will
throw all the whatever
( light on
and Mr.: Seward. You Napoleon
, attend the grand reception at Jackson : understand: from a gentleman fee the holding i is it
ley who is: well ported, in this matter: in :Mexico was "really ,a]; pail: and an does not person flicker and leading I be, stowed; : : I IN SIIIKKIA' ,-Prof.XordenskjoM ,\
ville. n'lin'I'\I'I ol the rebellion. His : investigated! tho formation '
that there will be shipped this seasonfrom : army in ho : : .
: ( pockets' after using without
away .
was as much opposed to us as that ofKirby { mil'hit'slratstof( li'orcuctl'thseveral
THE iron for the :South:; Florida this county over (MO bales long danger of soiling the dollies, "
any : :
Smith. Even from hisde- hundred feet thick which in
cotton. The principal shippers being apart occur /f
Railroad will arrive from Europe about Mr. Jndd and his lamp receive considerable .
\\'. J. ,J OIH'.J.:' Epperson' = and Parsons sire: to establish: monarchy\ and overthrow { intento11lrout{ 'ul'ioll"IoIl'\IIt'l' Siberia{ : a.s in Polar: Anjeriea. Along (thu r
the 15th instant friendly Republic\ against ( ; ;: coast! of Siberia' thou is of I
it Whitchead, of Bronson ; N, It. \ ; l in (the !, : u stratum
TIIRKK 'Tallahassee fathers received Carter & Co.. of Levyyille, and J, C. which every loyal American/ \ revolted, cars: water resting on the bottom( (the{ H'HI a '
Christmas presents:: in the shape of McGrew, of Fort FII1ilil1.h's rtl. N.H. there was the! ;active co-operation between which) i i.s several degrees!' below (lit
Tin: INVKXTIOX: ; or $:; I'IEL:: : Pixs.: -According
he French and the rebels free/ing-point thlltI flask of
( thucomparatively
"olive branches" Carter & Co.. 1':01ll1\8t' week in one on so / : ;
lot over $18,000 worth besides having (the Rio Grande which madu it an actof (III the following extract: horn a froh 1 snrfaco water, i. f
CAPT. PAYJCK of the steamer full if, made a sale; previously of $1,500. At war. I bl'lieH'dtllt'lI, and 1 believe manusctiiit document in ( hilihiary" of when Mink into this stratum, begins to i

has:: gone to tit.::; Louis:: for a new fast: these l figures: they must have sold now, t that wo had: a j just cause of war: rlix.ia-{('hapa'Ile, entitled HistoricalChronicle free/I-. Sin\berg' observed that the
of .1Ix Ia
with ) and with : -Chnp'Ilc, Second trawl-net often froKC fast
about third of the ) Maximilian Napoleonif : t to thu bottom
cotton shippedfrom ,
steamer to run between Jacksonville Book, year )1718 I ," edited{ by the. writer i ial'Ihe
the countwhich would at this he Hiippoited him-wilh Napoleon; This!l was accounted for by the freezing
and Sanford. ho th head of the to the mavoniliy. .'!"!mnn .lanxcn,' it fresh which
estimate make; the for which especially; as was :' water thus net carried
money ;
A COMPANY has been incorporated the entire crop shipped from the county whole bll illl'l'S'e were so plII'l'dthal would appear that the invention of down with it from tho surface. Nor- /'
wo were bound to tiirlit lung I slecl pins is ol older dale than i U commonly denskjold! : thinks; that the mud earned
and is now at work opening up a reach the snug sum of $f((5OuO, ( ), an The. ;
increase we told the for sent Sheridan oil' to till Rio (Grande., MipiMiscd. paper;' referredtosavH doulthl' rivers into the sea, as it ,
steamboat line from 'Lake Worth to are over crop : : .ln-t at the! meeting of( theCongrcs" ; < ,
1S77 of one hundred per l'cnt.-'hl I t't'lItltilil{ post haste!, not giving: him' sinks l to, the bottom: carrion with: it freshwater +
the St. Johns Kiver. Key Journal.YESTKKDAY. ( ) ; ; I may, without boasting; : adhering to the minute- particles: :!,
l-it' claim the honor of having. invented)
and that this
I \ : water, like that carried
; miscalls the Middle 1
AyrU'ulturisl: lorenoon John IIlWIt'IIoI.\ : It i is 4. perhap". 1101 :an :accident
1lnrphyemployed corps have: him cross the Rio Grande, ) ( down by this net, freezes at Ihu '
Florida Fair, the "Central FloridaFair i in Ovcibey's! saloon, walked; 1 join{ Juarez, and\ attack Maximilian. that God; .should hate inspired: moat bottom, forming: thus! a froxen stratum,
," which last name has been! copyrighted into the market and handed! u farewell With his corps he1 could havo walked the )present (time with the idea of which! increases: year, by year; until it ,
by Gainesville. note for his wile to one of the marketmen. over Mexico. Mr.( Johnson seemed to making; steel 'pen, for all the envoys! leaches an enormous thickness.! Ho i.s I,
After doing this Murphy, who favor my plan, i.ut11': Seward was! opposed here assembled have bought tho" l first of opinion{ (that! a portion of (lliu earthy ,4 t
Cor LAHKI.V SMITH, U. S. Engineer, was under the influence of liquor, and his. opposition was decisive. that have been made, I herewith, as layers of Siberia{ was formed in thin:

in charge of the work on our harbor walked to the edge, of Central wharf I was for, fighting Napoleon. '1'heronever may be hoped, to sign a treaty: 'ol' peace way; although, !ho adds! ho by no mean F, V
and overboard. William Mid- which, with (rod's blessing, shall be .; I
and other improvements along the jumped was 1IJIOrl' just cause for war considers (this (tho only way in which t
dleton, a colored man lately From than what Napoleon gave ii"'<< With permanent ah till) hard steel with whichit such formations arose..-Xu'tuir.TIIK ,
Gulf Coast, is nt Cedar Ivey.w : i is written. Of these I have
Charleston, and who has a stall in the our army we! could du as we pleased. pens, as '4'
THE Gains'ville Sun sports a new and market, jumped in afterMurphy, and \\' had a. victorious army, trained! in : invented them, no man hath before .
' after him II'few I seen or heard if clean and free ship Crocodile' which crossed the +
holding moments ; kept
up had
very becoming head. Now, if the editor fouryeailsof\ war, and wo the whole I 21st ,,' '
equator on September; cncoun
wn3obliJ.cd to let him go under, when) from rust and ink, they will continue) + ,
I South to recruit from.: 1 had that in
could only be furnished with a new' )he would hive drowned if Mr. Tale, of mind when I proposed: headvanceon fit for use for many: yea\m's. Indeed a tered n most curious experience{ thus'related '

caput everything would be lovely. Melton it Tale hlullloIIIL! } in an appearance my Mexico. I wanted to employ\ andoccupy man may vvriio twenty sheets of paperwith ; by a passenger; : Oil thu following -
; with bucket attachcdito\, 11rnpl' ; one, and the last: line! would bo) night IL most curious circum
THE XVII Vol., Part I., of the Su- i ) tIllonlh'rn: IIflllr't' had sta11t'tnccurrcshtehit'h would bocredited. '
Middlcton threw round 1 written as \\'l'II1\ the I first. hardly '
They are
one arm <<
destroyed( tIll! career of / of them i
Court Reports has just: issued many !. Tho! ship' wan slopped by
premo bucket reached down now sent into of the world
the : under the 'at home, and I wanted! them to to every corner) ,
from the Floridian job office, containing water for Murphy with tho other and< decisions of January and l June brought him to tho surface again wherehe I sound\ in that conclusion. I have Others will, no doubt. make appeared) i in myriads /as far us (he eye
Terms. was held until a boat came to their i thought that their devotion to slavery imitations: of my pens, lint I nin the could reach and (tilt! thousands of luminous -

assistance.i -Sun and 1'resx, Jan. 3-d : and their familiarity: t with. the institution man who first! invented and I madu bodies floating upon' (ho water
:MR. BLOMQUIST: :: of the Lake Monroe I them. 1 have\ l sold n great number of gave/: thu appearance; of a seems fromIhiry ,
Would have led! them {intioduco
Mr. J. IK CASON, residing near Santa I to land :Sonic of the fish
got (
House: took "French leave" the .{ like! it into :Mexico them, at home and UJ.1'OIltillt one shilling ; .
slavery, or
Fe, left at our office on Saturday last tho strainern the conductors and
each and f
other and overhauled l at which would have been n calamity.Still I dispose/ of them as! II'II'of
day wax
the finest sample of sugar cane and quickly as I can make them" blocked): the holes, so that the water: i
Baldwin by agents of Gen. Sanford, to corn we have seen yet. The corn is \ my plan\ !. (the time wt" to induce could not enter, and the result was that '
whom he was indebted, but matters the regular old fashioned "gourd seed" the Sou'lhern troops to :Mexico-to go the'II'UUII1 went down and\ then disappeared {!
and 22 rows and! l.lGfi )large, as soldiers: under :bhcriduiiand, remain TUB: C.ti.iFnlttii.t I.ixis1.1T01t1-'l'hil: : The
averages entirely. ('OIIlI"II*l'I"H
were arranged /and{ he was released. settlers. 111'6+ anxious first oiliiciiil information nboiit the
as : especially
grains to the ear and weighs 2J} 11'1>1. \ afterward b'clunciolieu tech (that wo had
AND now comes the Live: (O.ik: li.iltt- His cane has 23 well matured joints to that Kht.Ilitla: with lais'command 1 I ',,arty division in the California Legislature !' to stop Hleaming altogether, take otl't
tin with another -"big Orl1l1"'r" weighing ;- the stalk and averages 7| Ibs. We have should go 00\01'. Kirby Smith had not comes in a little pamphlet) : just tho strainers, and! clear them, Three t
co abundance! evidence going to prove surrendered, and I W1I0t pure that( printed at Sacramento, and cent with attempts) wero made toMenm, and each /
15 ounces and measuring: 1- inches that Bradford county can beat any other he would not give us: trouble betore the compliments of the Secretary of failed from the Hamo cause 111 this l
incircumference. You'll have to do section of the State in the production surrendering.; Mexico scorned an out- I Slate. .\ complete( list of the membersis way wc1'0 delayed, no loss: than live ( ;

better than! that, Brother 3Ia('., if you of heavy' corn cane, rice, tiw"'f'potatoIJ It t for the disappointed} and dangurmiH, i given, and t the I lecapilulation shows hours ; but at daybreak the fish #!ankand
want to beat Capt. Dyke's 18-ounce fine cotton, oranges &c., &c., elements in the :oluh-l't'Ull'lIl.! brave that there are seven ilillerent kinds of the ship WIIIJ'"t.lo to proceed.! The 1
when properly cultivated. We have and warlike, and ( ner ('th. t'nouhltlill) politics represented in the Senate: and same: thing occurred again on the following
fruit. too, !some of the best farmers in the with their sharo of the best qualities: of nine in the 1I011 l'. The Senate inn night; the ship; being delayed "I .4< j
"1. TilE State Republican Executive world and tho time i is not far distant ;the Anglo-Saxon;: character, hut irio- hists( of forty members) divided as follows four hours." I
Committee recently reconstructed at when the superior advantages of our concilablo in their hostility to tilt! : Republicans} :22; Democrats, ,") ; Jf
county wi'l' attract hundreds of others) Union. Workingmen, 8; U'orkinumen, and Tin: A If.lttc\S Buir.i: Ilivl: szlx-'J'Iw#
Jacksonville i is as follows : Cheney, "The best for defeated I New Constitution\ 1 Workingmen
from) 'all sections of the Union. To place ; New Testament Company} of tho American -
Harmon, Higgins, 11 en4tvorth, Egan: young; fa rind's Bradford county utters friend" rocs Mexico. It was: hotter for ;, 'ontitutioii' and! Kepublican, ] ; New Biblu revision commilteu. held
Harris: Armstrong, Dennis, Stokes, advantages no where else to bo found us. I tril'llto IIIl\ko\ Leo think: so when i Constitution and Democrats, :2 ; Work- their hint meetings in New York on 1
McGrath and Jones, with j>\vacancies in the Southern country. Our wealthiest ho surrendered. 'nlt.WllIlId l havodone ; : ingmcn; New Coimtiuition and )Demorial Friday and Saturday, December :2ih(! fi
; and< there are eighty( and 27lh, and finished' tho second revision ,s'tJI ,
to fill. : )life here on the farm and what as ban' been dune in California. member) divided! as follow : Republi { of thin Book of Revelation In +

,_ J.V.. MKXAKP, colored, who ran ns the soil of Bradford has done for the "No one drea'dcd: war;Vioe| bun( I canJ7: ; Democrats: WorkingiiH-n; t their next meetings i they will consider ....1 }
an independent candidate once in this past generations of farmers it can: do did.! I hl.IIIIIH'O than; I wanted. But 17 ; New Constitution and llcpnhlicans the final) action{ of the British Company '.' I
district for Congress, arrived in the for others We know of no more inviting the war would have been national, and 2; New Constitution{ and Workingmen; on their work. It is! expected) that tho ,.\( t i
city from Washington a few days since. field for either capital} or labor.Slarkf .- wo could have united{ both St>('tiolHlIlII.cler :{; New Constitution! and Democrats revised New Testament will bo tinUhod
lie informs us that he has been aj- Tdl'Jrl.llJI. nne flag. Tho good results accruing :2; Workingmen and Itepublicans 8:J; and published! by (ho English: Ilniver.sityprl'sss'sduriiigtheyt'nrl8ylwhich. I
o pointed Collector of Customs at Key from that would ill themselves: have New Constitution, 1 ; Union, 1. Thu ) r ;
West, and was on his way there.Jucknonrille ....:.. : BUKIAI.' CAIT. BUKKK.-This gen./: compensated!: for another war, even it' U'lI\IIJIi'III1I1I1IL\'l' a clear majority in it tho fifth Hcmi-ccntennial{ of the pul-. '
Union. tleman' vvho.se: sudden! death was snrtt- it had! come, and such a war ilK it Inert the >Senate, and lack but four in the )lication of Wioklillu' Bible, the first
dent to shock our community, but have been under Sheridan and hiss, !House!! which number they will doubtless complete tranttlation{ of tho Old ami
MR..IK F. PAYNE: mate on l oard! the coupled as.! it was with a chapter of army-short, quick, d"f'isiunci asure'dly *. be abln to (nick up from among N('Testaments' into tho English: : language. !
schooner L. TYhituu\ >ret died from an crime and casualties which threw a triumphant. We could! have those of Republicans predilection : : Tho Old ToHtiimnnt
attack of appoplexy Friday 2Slh pall over our city, "'Itllturit'd last Sunday "marched from the Hill Grande to :Mexico Elected on fusion ticket When tho at their last session revised fur Company tho first
inst. Mr Payne was in his 28th year, evening from St. Michael's Catholic withoul'a serious! > battle." Legislature ;get: to work theio \\'illlikeI time tho translation of tho Book of
native North Carolina, but a resident church. The particulars connectedwith Ce
I ly but three parties to consider, the Job to chapter xi, 14.
of Philadelphia, whither his re- this unfortunate atl iir'are these : WHE.V u1'hlul"Stc\'cnl was a young Republicans Democrat and Workingmen up

mains were sent l by express last Sunday The English: bark S/imarang of-which lawyer in tho Pennsylvania: courts he and it td i easY to see that t the IT is related of a well known Boston
morning-Pendarolu.idl'anee., the dec'enaoedYlli master Ivan 1 lying off once lost his cjue by what he considers! Republicans: .....iIIlI)1d the control I ) and t tuserclisusthintafteruaktnghiswill '
,!, the Navy Yard! awaiting sufficient tideto ruling of the Disgusted j j I
L.. The Cedar Key Journal '* j Christmas n wrong judge. leaving a I/'r/ property) )' to tnutce. for
passed off quietly, indeed nothing go to gea. Sauuiraity was in the ,r ho banged hit law hook on the I A WEALTHY uentlcnif.il Cincinnati, his son, ho (called! the young mun in
happened to remind one that it wan company of another vessel 1 which was table, picked up his hat aml\ ftart,1 fur named Mitchell, on Christina day ;gave ami), after reading tho will to him, askeoj
Christinas. The ordinance passed by then ready to proceed! across toe bar, the door with some vigorous words in sway to his children and grandchildren if there was any alteration or improve I
the Council was effectual in preventing and upon the arrival of the steam tug i! his mouth. The judge; feeling that hisdignity t money and property, to the valueof ; incut ho could liiu gcst. "Il'ellfathtr "
the from shooting fire-works ofany frminolf Capt. Burke stepped on board I wa a5eatI'IL'1Iose, iinpro 5(1(1t5 ively nearly half a million dollars -the said the young gentlenmil, lightiJlg'l'
kind.boys No one was liberal enoughto tho steamer with the expectation of and said : 'f)1 1', Stevens! Mr.I Steven' } gifts being: the tiNt course at tho ('igarette"I think a* thing go nowa .

give even an egg: -nug and the day accompanying the outward bound! mal)- I flopped., turned! aid| bowed! deferenj I dinner. day( it would! }bo better for mo i if you a
ter across the bar and bidding him tially. ")Ir. Stevens aid the judge i
throughout, were the sombre air of the Jolt the }property to tho other fellow and! s f
Sabbath.As good bye. While standing in the pilothouse "do you intend I by such conduct to'expreM NEW YOUK,January TheOroceiV.' made mo CIao trustee" Tho old
lie was seen to stagger and fallout your contempt} for this Court l lAnd Bank, a State baulk, flU Barclay street, mndo up) his mind then gentleman and! f
ANNOUNCED in the last issue of the door, striking in the fall)) the Stevens with mock: seriousness! hat suspended! ; caused hy the failure of hero that (lie man was quits l 1
the flee, our ,esteemed! townsman, Dr.J.F.Xohmd rail of the steamer and 'from thence snsweretl"Expresa 111)' ,contcUlJlt JI'I'I J. Lloyd Haight, wire manufacturer. competent to young charge; of his own \ ,
has leased the Yarnuni tumbling overboard. He was seized before this Court Nu, Sir! I was trying The bank held from $40,(>m toHM) inheritance and! scratched the melee )hl I
hotel for a. term of two years Dr. sinking beneath the surface, but it Your [unor a* .
conceal paper iecurily clause ,
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FLORIDA l\ITHnon"'i: 1* r (ja-I'onmax: -r .vJ'"r'E. 'i----- ST OKOKOE( AUGUSTUS gALA !s3y9a! "The' :WINTER, SEASON. 1879 & 1880, t At..r It ,-

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I 1 i ;1' prodigality: of Americans surprises me.

/ li'ED.v 'sDuJi: : i'.41ii; 7,1\"; Irtnh MwntwiHMi t 'an
k .-u-. .... _. ,. _, _,_ __ _. __ Ireland is now represented in our } with England, the cost of living Co.
here is prodigious Here I twentj Inland Steamboat
1, Pnrnell wTib 1aimdcdili pny
country by Mr.
"a i-j 'Il n ..t 1.E.IU Ol.i ntsixrss rnos- cent when I watit to ho shaved, in : I
IBI1l1'1'i Xew York, January 2nd, on nil\ rtvpwotlmission England I pay: sic cents. This i.i out! SEA-StCmSsTlTOMEANDANGERS

Sanguine hopes of better days: to of political I agitation, as well as instance of a hundred. To put the NO t 1
'; conic were cherished hy ninny n-j the of practical benevolence,"rirufw'ho)\ is case: in a few words, shilling in England
Schedule Effect: Doc 2:19Jt :
Time Taking Tuesday( ,
i is dollar in America The ,
If' 1870 its The a : astounding
; year began course. sign! recognized and l popular: leader of ..
New York bewilders
: of improvement then visible did not young Ireland in tho new projects: of luxury of
a foreigner. : ; .
.l disappoint those whose!! expectation:\ reform. : FIVE CENTS PER POUNDs

t i .. were at :all reasonable and i moderate. Mr. l' tn'l1 is young imin: not yet TMI: election of Gov. Simpson as Jmi f'I
\ -
,. y It may safely be said that the year: thirty-five, of /fortune/ but not of great Chicf.iusticcof/ ::! South Carolina involves '. ---

t: t ,:\ showed itself to be more than: :a year wealth! not eloquent with the (tlorid eloquence a anions Chief complication Justice/ ) claims that The there incumbent is .,
tf AT OLD P. o. WILD1XO.
', of improvement upon the past: i; in of many of hU cunntm: ')'mien, no vnl'ancyamid Simpson/ will have to TUB HTHAMEIW: --- --. _

-111 many respects it was period of revival not vehement, fiery orator like O'Oon- vacate the office of Governor before hecaul CITY.OF BRIDGETON -9 rt Per ropj't when 1'111111 clitias! of 20
; ) N the price ff the I'ltlL-VDi-- :!
/e !
i ? 4 I :\\ and restoration to industries: !'! ]long; nell, but a very earnest: and resolute, be in a position!: to contest the i 'Ii' S 1'111.WEEKI.Y TIMES: one
I question. As Simpson i ( succeeded CA1'T. .I01IX FIT/OKHAL1), year to any a par.ily/cd and crippled However though cool and calculating, advocateof 1
I' Hampton. in the Governorship there a :! I1' ''"l'>yi when 1"111111 'tubs of Id),
caused and however regarded: in.other radical changes in Irish at film irs. will then be a vacancy in the office to DAVID 'CLARK.CAl'TAIX 1 ,)0 '" he prieC'of the 1'IIILADEU
: ]particular, it is generally confessedthat The old story of absented\ +m i is still be filled) by the President of the :Senate.A --- )'I'nr0 any addrcxx.TIMES, one .
the return to a specie basis: after i urged, and 1 justly, against Irish land ') 00 I per ('''JI)', to single .uls'rilx'r', {I"'Ii'

g f.'t a suspension of sixteen years: !had :a 1 1I lords. Of three thousand land owners, OLoitlorfeLY beautiful widow, says AFTER IIAVIMJ ITNDEKCJOXK r.XTHXS- -. the:price of the 1'DtEJII"1MIILADELPIIIAWEEKLY year, to
Rii"AIRHnre in I'lRS'r CLASS:
now -
!+ I *', Ii decided and powerful effect/ upon) the who are proprietors of more t than the Washington Capitol, hay; the best UKDKIi In every department, and will Ally address, '
dodge of them nil she takes home a + ( For !Six Dollars we will "1'lIIllhI'CI'
t+ 'J.T credit of tho government and upon times ;5,000,000) ) acres, not two hundred lesido: hundred of her photographs; ) and whena Permformtlie ONLY INSIDE ROUTE Servicene1"l',11 '5' .()I&) cc.t.ics WEEKLY of the TIMES:VIIILADELl'IIIA/ one to
", trade :and commerce of the country, I in Ireland ; their visits arc occasional: gem ntl ll11l1ll calls, the maid happens to -1 any mldresx, po''t:ige free, and give
!SAVAXXAII/ and J'LOIUD.eOIlIlf'l't.
and that the various manufucturi'r' month in the and bo looking at of then What is the person K-ndiitK iw the money
for two one
t ; : a or yen ; ing at Savannah with tho first-elans :Steamships a e'n..vofl.eo.K.I. : 'I OF TllKWAK.nhenutifully

>tI! industries of the land: received<<1 :an I ',HOO() proprietorsho I K' annual. : 1 income that, Susan: \ ," says the caller. ".\. photograph of nlsowith the OCKAX the I'ltiladelpliiu STKAMSIIll'CO.I lUItlniore, for NEw and Itoxton YORK : illustrated volume
of NX) '
of :Missus :Susan. "Ain'tit priceof
almost immediate: impetu. ..IN \'cll'rom/ Irish land, exceed says"'Hather Steamers. w'hicli in {Fouriulhtrs.
just too lovely ? replies (;oix(5 I SOUTH
The refunding of the national delt $JnIIIII.lOnO( ), are vt'iy' ('hlorn'ol1nll/ in the caller, and then he gives her a DAVID CLAHKLeave WE: 1! UF. r'l'TDim.Cf.t t run TilE

I at reduced rates: of interest ha also I Ireland: even as visitors\ ; they arc fairly dollar for it. Savannah..Monday Afternoon Thin-winy
1 been a. benefit to government credit I regarded us:: permanent absentees: : -- ---- -- Arrive Jo'crnllll.1iI1l\.Tue/44ln Evening, Friday PHILADELPHIA[

I besides being :an immediate saving in Some of these gentlemen have settled St. Mary's River PacketTHE CITY or DlllocaTOX-Evening. WEEKLY TIMES,

)n money to t the I nation.The dews with regard<<1 to their duty as great Leave HII'.llIlIlh..Tut',1u1'1111011., Saturday I
That it is the LARGEST, the CIIKAl'l-ST:: and
I, receipts of specie from Europe.amounting proprietors. One of the best of them, Arrive Fenutndinu..1t'ednesdtly Afternoon. Morning: Sunday the :. family journal .pnhlit
to more than: $30,000,000( Lord Devon, in u recent letter, declares' "71'S2 ,l' / Arrive Jticksouvilic..wcdnesday Morning. Xoon. its fur columns cjH'ciinen, (' reader copy and will judge Ilnd for All.yourself.THK NEW III, .'

t' during the year, have assisted in making frankly that "property has: its duties aswell .-f.'r.fa-:; -.tII : I Arrive l'uhttku..1fcdnen.lay Keening.UOINO ample variety of Editorial Poetry, Literary Articlci -
Stories and "hketchen.' Tales of Travel J-1I"h.
( ,t.. the resumption of specie payments ': as rights ;i" that "the relation: 'of'a NOUTIT. lon (los"il') Interviews with I'rumlm'ulf"I1: / Financial
.1 I I Report: Drrtinatio Oiticfom*, Religions<
permanent4: while they no doubt landlord to his tenant should<<1 be based STEAMER FLORA CITY OP IlKiixinrox TifliiiKs Agricultural Domestic andcviry
I Articles
I Leave 1'ahitka.....................Thurodny Afternoon. other feature that valua
,1t i gave opportunity for a lime,*. to the on just principles and guided I by dueregard OAl'T. JOHN ItlCIIAltDSOX, I A'I"'C Jacksonville....................:Thursday S heh t. ble. The miscellany of i-an spirited make writings, coveriiifrevery -

wildest speculations.I: ) to tho feeling1': and habits of the Leave Fermiandimt..Smtday.. :3.31( p.m., Friday. "lIri"I'lIlId rllll'nf"lIhj.C'tllllOl1'011"111/ ) ,
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Arrive Savannah luu'IlIurnilll! : SaturdayMorning. maintained
\\TILL run on the ST. MARY'S: RIVER turT will be as of old hy contributor* who
Most important of all among the poorer population." lIe fails to nee V lug, the Hcason! tin follows i i stand 1IIt the head of their npct. l1l1il.... ,
i' LestSt.. Mary' every Monday and Thursday DAVID (CLAHK A special fciUiiii'vill l l.olhecontinuntinn of I the
,R striking aids to business:; revival, have that '"compulsory, \ introduction of aPCl1st.tllrqpriqtnr.y" mnrninir nt 0 a.m. for Fernandum ; and will lcaI'Yrnaixhim \'o Leave Fernandlmt.-Tuesday Evening Friday "AXNAI.s: ) OF TilEH.." Krapl.icully wrilteubywldiersNorthm
wuue day at S a.m. for Camp I'inck- Evening.Anhe : IIndInulh..It',1 ril'lh'f"ufl'l't'lIt'H
.a been the enormous crop :lthcl'llthc : would remedy existing noy anil till intcrmcilitite landing on tlieriviT.KftiirnliiK HII\.nlluuh.\\.f'.III'ldn Xight, Saturday and c\li'H in \\hicli they took auict\e! |nirtone

1 last season, which have not only stim i evil! ,in his judgment "it would \ every TueIuy nu ; nt Ht. : ., touching nt .Keriiundina.. NOTE-On both lrll.... South and North, the Anualn lmcruol| m> valuable that the,
g elated and sustained: many industries\ : be a fatal t step, economically and socially. On tycrtncslays( und Satnrdaju will leave St.Mary's David Clark will call nt nil way landings.All : hound \oluinicontaining their (first, series has.
at !!.alln.III.II: ) <) can he chartered fur excursions trips terminating nt nml Marling tram Fer- found" an il.unciiM' sale.
l but have enriched the vastly numerous ." to imndina connect with Transit It. U. Expivw

'- producing classes} in the United On the other hand, ): fr. 1'afnell mini. D"C'NOZNEZS, Train Steamers to and toiind from 1 from Jacksonville nil landings,on nod the there St.Johim with, TKKMS: : -OXK: YEAR: :

:States; have given profitable, occupation { his associates and a great many lu-. nlllO to and from (aincK\ille, Waldo, Cedar Key, 0111' rap..r. ?.MXI! I Ten eopiex.' s15A: (
{ and other Jioints of Interest in the vicinity of etc. Ticket are void through; to and from all the Fie copies, *.m' '1 a emits inpit'H, :.:'i.I'I1 l
to railways, and by suP11)'ingtvitit side who deprecate political agitation, Kcrimndiim. alive |K>int", and when Steamer ton Savannah 1I1I.II"Ilntkll.l'IIN ,
runs thixiighlietween
grain Eurppeiin countries that have are firmly persuaded 'that while the <('lIjCl.'r" also have the choice of .going liy rail THE TIM IXJlTl '
1 Through Dins o Laliosby : between I'crnandina and Jacksonville.For \ : _-&- Tlme-iJJuiMhijr, I'hiiadelphlii.: ,_ .
11 J, laboured under the misfortune of t first thing;; :\\lll'llh great thing now to State-Rtoms, Tickets, and all oilier J1l1rllC'I1lllr".Il'1.I /: olbl \ :! I by tl.c Ciimiiioii Council

deficient have; opened' large bo accomplished fn'theexisting and MAT.LOIlY'rt'LlNK: Steamers to nil points )' to the following Agl'IIt8unI Ollicca; BIT City: >J,' "Fcrnandin.i : '
crop, '
I :: on tho St. Mur)"'". Close counevlioii with New j Savannah, On.-Ci>rner Hull and 1 Bryan Streets MXTIOS: 1 IM. 'Hull shall IKburied
t and profitable markets: for American I wide-spread' distress for:want of bread, York and SiivaniiAh xteainerH. oplioxite I'ulankl and I'\'rt'ven HOIIMO.Fernan within the limit: nt this! 'city without u permit
Mark nil gooda (Jun' of Steamier l'lorn. Ternaiidiim by
Sty the
wnliiiK! ; IMiytU'lan' or //n
,produce in the fu tul'c. Such hlbUl'n extending throughout 'Nycstcrn' Ireland): /' Cu )t. Houinllette Agent: % absence such physician( by the M.iyor of Until
.-CormicrBayandPineStreet" ,
the marked succor:! Americ'an growers is to feed the* hungry and} to'provide and Touribts will fled tubs a very attractive Dr. I L'Engle'a Drug Store A. C. Ijinplicre, Ticket M.f.y.: 2nd. The itprilieiitlon for smelt, permit tihallbe.
M' f 'in those countries that the The Mi'ticry U gr utcI. und ullijintorsand Agent; .\. 1.. J Hungerloril Agent. in und state the name, min.Iplace
: nJ.t'leX.
: question work for the industrious l::!; yet, a pe1'HlILncnt other game are '1I>IIIII1'"lt.For St. Augustine, Flu.-.On the nay, It. K Arm- writing of rcniUence' of the dctcaKcd ;
\ 'hils been seriously raised 1 in Great Uri-i cure for tho evils of Ireland 5 is to further" infuriiiittinn apply| to Htrong Agent.Talutku, : SEC.3. .The permit slmll JH- given by MA.li .I'hy.l .
JOHN KIC1IAHDSON. Flu.-Lilienthal I'.ros. & Co., Agents.
nician : / .
\ tain : Should they; not give up compe bo found only in measures' that I' )Jook'to' ., S5-tf FermtnilUm, Pia.IAiBORN \ ( OUSTAVi: 1'asMeiiRer LEVE.Seneral Agent.. UM correctly or Mayor im poHNlble certifying the ounse U" .n of the application death of

\, tit ion' with American farmers. .. and lock<< and provide' (''pre.H'I')' cqi! iijerable.changes ( ---- ,.' W. F. IIAUUY, ami Niid filing such, and permit deshiiatiiu with the the Clerk place of of the burt.il city,

{ to them entirely for supplied (of grain ? in thotenure of landed prop & HOYT General J. N. Agent J1AUKIMAX Suvammli., who, skull cause the wune to be nt once recorded
In a hook to lie kept for that puam| :
'And now if our peoplo can only ho erty. And judging from a strong: speech -It---- .- Manager.. ..- HEC.: 4. Any aunt( all ;.trsons olliolutiny:: at the

J moderate and frugal in the period of by John Bright, (sometimes l'allll.llll' 1VII()LISJAI.EGROCERS MANSION HOUSE, burial visions of any thin!penton Ordinance buried, or contrary any ;IK.TSOII to the cntitybig pro--

1 that have delivered{ two\ r. or KrantiiiK u prrmit for burial In conflict
prosperity to Webster weeksago -
English )
appears opened } with or contrary to its provision, stroll bo liable
before them, and put aside the hub-: about tho United States and tho t:FEIIXAXDINA, FLOJUDA.R to a flue of not lens than ten, or mor than Illly
I lollur. T. KYDD,
its of reckless: lavish expenditure causes of their prosperity} ,-similar i viewsarc '; -w DO-WNIE 1 rrexident of Council.
one time so common, a great and permancnt beginning to be held ,in England j. : X&'l'NIl> COMFORT.: l'UA ANGEL:: ActiiiK City| : Clerk.SIIKK1IWS .
0IDER am _,_
r i gain will hlu'cn; secured. itself by "advanced") Liberals.. ;JIqsaysof i LUMBEU AND NAVAL STORES "u-Remarkable attention given to the Cuisine -

s With wealth comes culture, more or time United States : "They have. \ SAB.K."TTNDER =.

$i less profound, and devotion to beautiful no land monopoly and no system of Provisions 1 Groceries The Arelu'd Drawing-Rooms and Hall Conner- and by virtue of an execution: 1 KsurilJ ;
\ out of the Circuit Court of
.. the Fourth Judicial _
vatory lave quiet elegance that plUf -
i art and beneficent invention ; but\ law. intended( to maintain\ grcht, families Circuit of Florida for N'aiwiu County on a

it i is too sadly true that with all ,this in the possession of 'vast: estates.: *.-AT HOTTO.U--i'iucis.shi : 'ollrl t... The MANSION, under the care judgment Court, in favor therein of the rendered Hoard at of the lublio'illlll'rm I iiHt ruction of said

kind of improvement conscience may They have not.preferrcd-ls-avo: have\ Store and to arrive by Steamer and Sail: of Major/ F. C. "SCIIUEK, |>roj>oheii to, retain Its I' of ininlRtrutrlx NIISM.III! County of tho, and estate lu uinst of Liberty Delia Killings IillniK,iid-dueeaMC -

and and this tujiuuntain 9OO Bales'' Uood Hal) ; 'I i grow torpid, mnn worship preferred country! -\ lOO.OOO Hard trick; name given by ,the Bavunnah JN>ir and will offer\ for mile to the highest bidder beloro

mauimon, worship thrive npace. a thousand:\: great houses:; and,'gicatproperties 100 Casks Limo "TIIK OM-VAVOHITE." lime Court-llou.se door nt Fernandina. on the first
111, ; :Monday January, lllHll (bring the flllh day of
,i m when we' might have had 100 Kegs Nails\ ; Haiti month'), within the Icipil; hoiiraof Hale on wild
!i j THE CONFLICT, IX J,11.111'1.; hundreds of thousands\ of coinTortableand 100 Ilarrels KEROSENE' OIL, 11u1" fire 2-- .. ___-. f'.I5.'UI-I Aite.it. .. day, the followiiiK tlencrilied real estate,or all the
', right title and Interest of the raid estate of Liberty -
\Yo cannot predict tho issue of (ho happy homesteads to tul.91'1the I proof 12 els. i>er gallon on board trainA MALLORY'S Jtiliint. deceased, therein vii; : Lots 7, 8 and
tl in hawk No. 31i lots 1T and 8 in Illwk S2j:
}pending political struggle in Maine, land" large fctock of CJrix-crien, Provislotu'rock.cry Jots 10 IIn.l1:: in B04! 'k'It ; Lots it, and Sin HlockJ7 '
t Hardware, Dry (loodi. Furniture Doors.Ithnds ; 1..017. Itloek; 77 1..01113.6. 7 und M iu lllock! 30:
nml it i is difllcult ascertain ; ;
i to just In the llttstian Empirr, if we carefully Bush, I'aints Oils and Varnishes.r.XTUK.UKI.Y ftORIDSTEAISIlIP\ ) LI E. Lot 1, Mock; .JJ; lot 3. Block 12; lots 1 and 5 in
f where the right lies while questions of : Illock aj: ; lots R. V, IU" y> and Si, Black IU; Jots
\ examine; the vaiious\ and! conilicting! LO\V .'on.SU.. J, I. 5, C, muck :31; Lots l 4. .1. Block 32; lots I, 2, 3,
4 ,: nnd of fact are .so diligently con- Nihilism -I. 5, 6, 7. K. 9. III, U, 12. 13. 1 1. :C: :.7J. 34. Block No.
accounts which appear,1! :Hi-ull it. the City of Fernundina Nassau
\ Send orlers'ut miner", or vail und examine before CountyStale ,
". t.4tl'0\'rt'd, and we might sso: tHluot.: would bccm to be taking on, of late, lHltl'llilsillg'el..ewhf're. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. !will Le nf KJorid.i, ur no much of said real estate tin
obscured of the floret iieeenHiiry tonatisfy said judgment
; tt iously by some the fU1'1Iof a deep-seated and widely SANBORN & HOYT, Tei'nm rauli, purch.iser; pnyinj; for: title
d\ Hut friendly looker- ; 1'KfER COXE: hheriff.
sputauts. any diffused\ popular discontent, which, Second St., Fernandina.: [ Ferniindinn" Nov. :2"t! 1S7;>J.
ho permitted to .. -- .. --- ---- The above Mile has U> slM l .
,on may express: great -- -- -- en iH> >iie< until Mini-
however rash and unthinking, nosypreperr r .day, the 2d day of February: '..
\ regret that in 20 staid and conservative( : Ito way for vast clringes in i society G. F. AVERY, !t1 I Jaiinu.iry: Isa.ollet'to I''' TJ-U CONE:, "Sheriff

state, ns :Maine: such) n quarrel shoiiltlt and government. To-day looks -..-. --- .. ...f-. i

have arisen; and particularly:\ we think, TIn FINK STKAMEHS I \ DflitorN and ('rt>dUorlii.
not milike the signs; of :turiny weather '"'T OTICI U hereby given that on the 7th of

may those who are tho political friends which preceded the fiot French Ieolution { WESTERN TEXAS, .!.> Sepleiuber. IS7'J, Utter of lministrtionu .
4 of His Excellency sturdy) CJovernnr I Livery & Boarding Stable.C.tRIt1.tI1GS ere granted( to the undcniijfned be was dulyiuahhei
CITY OF AUSTIN < ) | iw administrator of l!the estate of Charles
\k of the people of Maine, speak out their I II !<. lloyt, dcoeiuifil, lute of Nassau count); There
.. tillS CITY 0? DALLAS. lorl'.lIlIlJl'r.ionlt-lwirli.creditors,and other Imv-
nml Wo\ *
I Borrow that'in maintaining; amid. .executing ":; n-m;:MK .1cr-Ii l > 1.\lfl'-\l1r\( Ing claims of any nature whutsoovr against the

what he believes ht the : jiaret Nugent, the oldest' icaident of und from Sll'dllU'l'IIlmd Trains'CONTR.tcT5 i STEAMER OP THIS I.IXI'iII leave Fernandiim estate of the de 'eu>*'d, will present them duly
t L ; expressnnd Now, Hrtinswick, has paid the debt of A: n"fI J'rldtll for New York ; and authenticated within two )wars front the publication
impcri requirements of Maino FOR HAULIXCJ KTC.you Voiu New- York 1'lt'rO: Fast River every Friday of thin notu-c. or they will /be Ijurred and
nature at.last.. ho llit'tl.0 understand for Florida a13 1". m. all persona h'llC'bI..llu! said estate are requestedto
law: he should even seems to taVo'} ad-J: on Christmas day, at her old borne 111) OALJC.HOUSES 1 This Liix,lowing no transfers to make between make payment. .
i Jacksonville" und New York otters the bent and FRED W. IIOYT,
vantage of mero technicalities and Hamilton street just above Division, 1IUGGIES: HAUXESS, cheapest/ tntnH>rtutiou to Florida .hit>por.. _2-9-laOw-!- Adminfatrntor.Improved .
i clerkly I errors:: to defeat or set aside, in when she had lived for, many: years, Ur"nK'will revetve.pettial care In luuidling. --

rarcd fur by a daughter: who unfortunately CAUTS AND WAGONS. lat uiiiiuotlailiuuH Property for. .
tho declared will of >ttviicer areFIICST.CL.tMK.
any case, plainly I Mlle
fell down a (light of stairs: and .
tho pl'oplt''uling in elections honest Mi", tamed injuries R.l'Olll'hwf years::u ......1.1.:n )It-; CAb4II'asOnce ,. rill: BuhMTiher offers for gale: ten acre*" laud
)ly and fairly conducted. One evil is leaving; the old lady l.'muju'ali"'lvhel and Sutbio-First Street near. Broom of The a I>1RIX'1 traveling LJ public Yh". WITHOUTAXt'Are offered the advantage CIMAO1X rwloiulo\LBIN and ItroiMOM. Levy,County on the,Atlantic FJI.IIt'tIll'U, Gulf and-

tho ot others. Js'o doubt plt'S$. At tho lat.census, 1875, the 'In."t Wharf.SPEN01. 19tfUndt C'ouitecHious made at Jacksonville u nth all kteaiujoaU AVest India Transit Ituilroiul. The land IK all well
parent ."
many of this old lady was recorded at 10.5years .. -- for all points on the St. Joh"'.,, Ouklawalm Improveelundergoodface'and hoi a comfortable
frauds which majority of the age and with the Transit lUilruudtit frame house. There are Much| tree.-the
tho ), in n and Indian Rivers,
which would make her ago tit t' XJ'SV :\nnuLrOJU11t.: Feruaudm* for aU ruilnuul ntutioiw in Florida 1'een-to and the Honey 1'eacli ; 123 grape \ineScuppernouii -
American people believe,'w<>. rl.\ perpetrated the time of death\ 100 years. 'The only mud i'oueord; 75 orange tree 1 to 3
!W HOUSE years of age and a larjjeariHy of valuable
"+ three<< years:: n.Nin: Louisiana and approach to this t'xtr'L1ull age in >tlns Freight and Passenger Rates Lower Urlll'ml'lItal..hrubl r)'. '

l to bring; about an election of \'U'Ih.. that of inn UJr1H''ho c 'AIAHY'X; (JKOHGIA.TW than by Indirect Lines.. .lion This property' : U iu M l.ealth'lUifl G1-:0. Hl'RNMDE.fruitful situ: ,-

\I 1 l'JOI'id. (frauds subsequently reward photograph, was taken\ by Clink, about THOMPSON-, of the .ar ag i Housr", .w'Through Rate and Dills of Lading to all 47-tf '. .Mirror-oflk-e-- ,- Frruaudina.. ..,,FU.ai. .
three or tour''t'I1'" ago, when t he> was Mountain lrojirietor.Transient KIlllU..
bestowal important olfices,) 107,yearsold. She died a year or so rule, *:!.:\()) |>er day Liberal term 44*Steamers of this Line sail direct from Fer 'WTJI. c. 1JUUYKE,
made to those tlefciriiijg bourti by the week; 11 tf landina to JiA&A t" .V. ./*., under contract with
'have stirred, up bitter feelings ro- after .that. Old Margaret was called --... ....... he lialuinub ( iovenunent std are the only tttea-
-tho end \\hereof U not yet by some, tho "old witch", because of ,men that 1.wc1Mt the Bier in NOMMIU. General Commission Merchant,
Treatise tho
venge the pecuhatrnppearancoof her rtccand on Orange, U. W. U'TJlWH.'K"l'ut.,
Uut as Socrates taught us more than FeriutuUma. Ctfutre .t., near It, it. Dept
shrivelled form. She nativepf
her was a
t :!,OO) years: ago! it in better to 'UJt'r.kro!,:l Ireland. Pier :20. Ea.t River. New York. 2 tfMASONIC. FEUX4XDISA. KLA,
plHS nlllable work: 1 it for isle tt the offlc of the ---- --- -
than to do wrong, It is infinitely better JL Miun>K Price Sit c*utThis .-.There will be a regular com.
for the suil'erers ; and in the result, Eight; t thousand person( were pre entat \ U the only tr '*tit.wrt'Wft for tbU'r Hlcn.Ur .. of Amelia Lodge No. 17. F. ft HAT, con; OATS.
wisdom and tho public reception tendered to Mr a"rHaa tad still U gtv.s lnf>rtu U"n )bat trill A. }(.. on }JontLtyeYl'uing. JanuaryGth, utj! nf
< have .they but a little }patience be of..lue totb. ,>r Dg_ ,rover In !.OU1.iaoe i ftaitCaUKMotk o'clock. harp... Transient brethren are fraternaly -* vr'lN'O --
the right will1I1dll atQ itself i'urnell. the Irish agitator, in New: Ypr, It.* author U ou" of U. mat iaoc M- iuviteJ to attend. W. 1". bOOTT, W. >1. JO'B PICI iu every amt,-1*. and at
\ "iul the SvronA-doers be, put to shanie. on Sunday, last t. fun oraut grower la the Bute JOHN A. WH ITS fcv; ,Secretary, the'owes$ rates, at the !MIIiliOR


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LOCAL UKFLKOTIOXS.Correspondents cTiion.-TT-l ?cEPTlo'J.: ., band, 'proceeded' to the wharf\ ftiuKim T 1 any sense: ; and lot this, as in other respects .1 fowler/rut1 1'ti'usem'

'- ----- For the past: three days our little I II board: t the steamer: Ffamier, accompanied ( : r it was a MUTCSS.\ :'\ It was the ('IIIII"l\rlll\r an excellent opportunity to t-MK> /HC; .
I In the nwiwuemrnt of one of the I ht."t slttmtrilplantation" \ 1
; "city by the sea'1: has!" been the scene I by a large company: of invited 1 simple\ and natural expression of tilt In Southern DeorKlrt.<>n the St. Miiry'a

And persons having lmsim with thu paper u ill : unwonted<1 excitement and 1 interest guests 1 to Cumberland, Island, timid time respect and goodwill of an honorable. lihcr: opposite 1-Yriminliim. Home team, Implement r
please direct to FLORIDA MIKROU, Ferimndina.ottcc etc. 1II'W .lw'riling hau.C, ..J1if"( ''', ('II'. A i
General ;
occasioned: by the visit of I historic: Dungeness' the ancient burro and patriotic )people) towards a fellowcitizen -
who lcr'tun N the wunnkvinetit of fruit rtr
man < < ""
'\ to Hcckeepei'B. Grant and his party: on their way iif General "Nathaniel nrl'IIt'fll'r who had' won high honors\ as a ,'.-" will tic )glees a jcooil ehuwo. A Northern I

Believing\ Hint many of our sulixoriherare lovCM through Florilto}: the West Indies rambling about at will for several: I soldier and !had occupied the exalted ninn, elcMrlnjcii pjaec where he ran Ruin n good' !!!
of .
honey, and ,
supply their keep bees enough/ to and! Mexico. The several: committees hours\ Slid vU'itirig\ the graves of General position tit' Chief Magistrate:\ : of theircountry. kiln"Tinge uf Southern iiKVioiillnrc! in u pfrfoetollnmte (
own at least, if they knewliow will (lint this! l and protltnMe poh\(
a <*
to do it, we Imvs made arraiiKenients lo supply :appointed to manage the details: of reception : Greene's; whlmIIlhl of General As such, the entire! )ltll'tyscrlu'tl for the si..
them the fietketprr't Magatinr, n 32.page: ) and entertainment: have beenactive Henry Lee, ("Light horse Hairy," ofRevolutionary to accept it, and! to enjoy tho help 111I his own faintly!! MI notch the latter J I

monthly, at only $1.00 a year,-former price tl.50.: ( and faithful, and the result: of : fame,) the party: ieenibarked quiet and social aspect of their cnlt'r.tllinll'lt Apply nt Mirror otlloi1, 1
Besides this .
we can furnish nil latest book.
the subjects, together with nil article\ nsed on in their labors. have been eminently satisfactory and steamed homeward.) : As as a rl'lht'lhill'Olltrlst to Jl'tlIlIf'd, 4.1t 1 I

beekeeping at the lowest priee. The Mniitinei to all concerned. the steamer paired: Fort (Hindi on the wild excitement which had: wearied the lltflnont:/ llolel-\ !'t-rluss' VYn lieM dad '

i full of information for Is'ginncr., nnd jfhns The pits: t). arrived! at the wharf on ...lm'lilJsII IIII, a salute! ( \'a1' tired front them in thHr )ogress through' ; other Ironer' Vpply__nt the Hiiro. l l1'lorlda III '
advice Just when needed l each month in the
"'e will furnish the Mirror and the Mtigntine year(10 the steamer City of liridyrtoii. from t'he Fort Dining) lime Voyage to I hocilyn places. frach Tree \ \

all who apply,on_. receipt. of the price3.oll: ) a year Brunswick: on Sunday: shortly before? large bald eagle; recently rat;\itured | .1\nltiUt'" set.The Ton HU.K:-.\ line lot of joiiug hmliloil, Irros,

-- noon\, :and were met by the reception in this! vicinity, wa.s formally; |t,1.usentod '- first. quadrille: at tho reception prln 'l|'.illy the early "I\ril'li"-III 1"'n-I"l'f'I\ :
SUlsacltlrTlofiL.lA: :: ) n year $1.00:: () for itaril'x May, Alexander, .\11I"11.' ke.- taitli\ 'lh- .r
committee the aud largo General Grant in brief. l-i.t
mayor con; to \ .1 !
six months. ball, on Mnu.hu. night;: contained a setcomposed ors that ripen In niui-ecsliin (II IIIlntrr., I'nr (I.%umsde |
of citizens who escorted them ("I. Sl\h": Inresponse l
course ellective speech by : of the
following '
\ ) couples : ., HildieiM'M.. It. l.irxM .
A considerable number of the citix.ens.of after a brief ;greeting of welcome by the General; t'\ \m'l'4.1'il ll.e Gen. (Grant: :and Mrs.[ 1 D. I L. Yulee! ( e11. iire l Ift-S. A relief, .\Al.iolnm'u.. Iii "

Gainesville: arrived on Monday: lion 1>. I.. Yulee, to the EgmontHotel hope that the American, people} \ v\niiM! !( Shi'iidan iiiul Miss .\ I'klillinn.. I D. L. .1

to participate': : in the lid-option! amon-} where rooms had been prepared imitate i, in politics! the\ Might of this noble Tutee and Jlrs. (Gran: : '. ( ;Jon. Davis and! CO.1l.1IJ:1WI.tI.. 1

whom we noticed Judge\ Cessna, Mr. for them. bird soaring,: high above! all .sectional I Mrs. Col. ( : rllllt. )'F.IIS.SIIIS.m: ;;::;:'1111"1:1'." : t

and Mrs. 1<'. X. Miller, )((1'. ;and Mrs.Kndel ; The )party consisted of Genera) Grant, strife and: ,lil1 l'ulti's. ..nV{,.\\ M I.IA''Tj.I'II'I"Tlltp"IIt1. ;\'. 1'11"I': : I

:Mr. ami Mrs. W'bl1111: others wifo and 111l General :Sheridan and Tho afternoon waspent quietly In\ (\illnlKin.They ICtmin, common Mtrnmeil................. $1 I &t (
wife Coloned Fred.! Grant and wife, a portion of the party in seeking' rot, all \\'lIrl'' oil'\ Thursday.A Tar I'rude'rurpeult"e....*............ .iiboar noni! in In uuukil.nuiiUil 1. t )

TIn first flu\ lnler' of the Jacksonville \I\\1'. Byron: Andrews of the Chicago and by several of the gentlemen in year old son of )ml m. X. S. Upchurehbvoke Collon-Sea ...II'lln lima .......1..... p. (i.r, ', I I,

Unify Hotel Reporter is: at hand.: It i ia is his arm by a fall ChrUtma; day. 1: !.
Irter.Ocr'anllss/ / Ft'1li1.s\ McKennon drives: with citizens the beach.At : KKKNAMMNA: IfViTAII.: MAKKlir.: : \ : r
neatly printed, six-culunf sheet, full and Hon.[ '1'ho1. Settle who had joinedthe The Board of Public Instruction willmeet (,1'1"1\.1 by Mrt. Cl.irke, ilealer \in liiiiil 'i" "1
night there was a grand ball: at \.jt'llIhh' ail'l liirch-n; McoiN.KIKI'AIII.I 'c '
of :\lI'crti:5l'mcl1l1111: : published, by Callahan 1
at on SalurdIyJaf.10 .
travelers at :Sauinnah. The afternoon : :M.I'olatues
tendered. )lr..1. I.
Davis it Co.Ve shall bo tho Egmont; by perl-iiHhel I..l I'l' ntl( 'HISw 1 !'
;glad to secit was: devoted to rest and refreshment Mellon the which w1111 Some malicious: person basset lire to eel I'ltlittoeN' per lui-ht-l............. III ) (tll 11'\;:
proprietor, \
prosper( the woods around Callahan., There i is I'lihlmKf, per Inimlieil. .IOIKIM' ) :2m! ) lei' 'i
_. ,by, most of the but at o
party occasion of unalloyed: pleasure, : to all Onloim, |K-riiiuf| (. In ((ll) m
Florida. Annual Conference of the o'clock, a drive to the (beach: was: iet- much\ grumbling-but what is: to be Cow Teas, per bushel...... ............... I 173 <>( \1 ui .
collation I.
participants.\ ; : elegant: was: Tomatoen, {per Prate. OIK (\In IM IMI f.
: .1[. 1:, Church. done about it? I
t ty ;and\ keenly enjoyed by General: ) nil MM.ApptvN "f .
spread: in ( gcnllenlen'siatrine: perlniihel. ... 2l I id1 II rlie4'bnferencecouvetlstodayat'U a. Grant, General :Sheiidan: and others of decorated with The man with the hand organ and ,,'IIK.III, per liiin.lir.l...,................. :ii l INI MJ I milaniiiiu. \
attlie; wa.s tastefully: : evIfgrocns hundred.............. 111(1(31M: ( i
in. :K.Tiinity\ Church anti will monkey attachment was in town this << per
: the the tint 'of .
party, under rgu members tropical plants: Hags andlowers. h ('(M-oiUiiils, ,\ .). 1(1061 n H: J
probably hold its session( -; each: day of the several coin utuittecs. At week and created more excitement fncf.iltv.Tnrkeyd.eaeh .
( On tin handsome lambrequins : .... I !:.'\ (6B I MUeexe i't
until :Monday.: There will bo religions: night the Egmont was handsomely: among our colored friends than: the .. "'' 7"i (,.> I HI fUiihkens I
of the windows was the name: of"IT. : '''\\'n ....,,............... MlK( lit
I' services; ('every evening.; JlNiinj) :Simpson illuminated} by Chinese and Japanese GraixC; in large letters 1'.11'111,101', 1I\\n on horseback.! do 11111-grutell" .............. JI I f
is-here, and will .preside.. HishopSimpson \ IaIuternsatid: I Biunswick Brasltauidwhich : : ; On Christmas night Aleck Braddock grown. ,. per pnlr.................. I INI 11.j( I :i"i! -
\pure white oameliax: : and! :a I bewildering I'-: :U", per /' 'It MI in
i is conceded to be the ablest ;accompanied: the )party from a young married man )living afew Itn'mill's: MPAIH. ,
of the bau-
profusion' same: : Hi-ef-cleuk-. iU(i" I'J ,1
minister connected with the M. I:. Brunswick, discoursed:: sweet music tit'uI) ilowcrs, white pinkurdviu'iegmtwlahuumk'd : miles from hero, eloped with,Sarah ................................ 1\ (II'> in '
:Million (II I ft* in ,
Church lie has: few equals) : and perhaps upon( the soft night air The plash .of in every available position. i- Ann Rialls, a young "grass wIdow 4IIIIMIgo...............................,........... 1.1,111 1.\

no superior, :as. ;A 1'0\\'l'I-I'ul.801l1- water in the fountains the park, and They went toward' the (Georgia )lino.Mrs. .' It, 1":1(11.: : H'', i
These: exquisite( flowers, about Hay, p<-r hundred pound. 7S'ii:' \ '.'"> I
stirring pulpit) orator The Bishop trillIollplservices the .solemn roaring: of the distant sell, 40(5( Qn i number were brought from :\ Braddock, who i is highly:: respectahlayoufgwvmuulultlnuu'l ) Corn, per ",.. ". I c ii,i.u ,
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oats, 1'\' ( l titItnuluudmlddliugsls'rlull
) at the M. E Church of; ; esteemed per
mingling Wall the strains. inusio Talhilias-oo and presented to the ( poundsIIIt'. I : I In
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South on Sunday at 10J a, in.JttKsetiger from (band seemed have by her neighbors: is in great distress.: Klour, |M-r 'li.irri'1 H (.u iI\ GaIIondnyperl.irrrl
till : to a restful committee! ,by Mr. F. '11. 'igmy\ ot ............ ............di3U'I IIIHIlee.
I There are Sallie details! connected with llctull, ." '. l Ili. '.' >.
Lint. and soothing! ; ellect upon the distinguished 'that city. They I were! greatly admired .! per Ion &11I. ; pi-r IIIIper; <

IJy steamer Cily of ..11//. December' travelers, and they retired by all, and many were the affair which your correspondent '. .1/.II11YI:.
early to their comfortable rooms. withholds fur the }present.
ail't 187'J : the exclamations! : delight and .admiration -
011 : There will bo nn "old fashioned! 'I n. I'OUT Ai.MAXAi1WKKK 1:9111lF1'MMImll.7.. :' :: t
Monday morning) public -
From iV. 1 to .'iau-H[ 1 K Thompson \ reap.lion the assembled goats on HUN
took place at thf City Hall, which: Jinn) hug' wrestling match, ut College IMMM.: MK,'... IIIUII \\\'Al'rl&.I.' ', f
nnd wife, 'Jno Martin and wife, behohling I); them.! The decorations oftime Sunday, Jan, I, 7.IKI' 1 n.07 1 IU: : A.M. I 12.,4:: : i 1
was handsomely: and tastefully decorated -' Hotel: and\ 111111'l'I'l' conducted Rough; school ground near hero, next Monday, .1:' T.M( nils 1.\1\ 1 !l.ill:
i Miss\ Martin and maid, Mr Jno II Kennedy U t
1'11.111) 1i.I'' IUM'i :2.11i.ll :s.a4:
between John "Tobe"andJohn
Oco Cook Lewis Bentley, WI" with Hags; Mowers and tropicn'1plants under: the 'supervision\ of thoso, excellent Saturday, Wed'ndy. 7. 7.01 B.IO : a.l:!
''Harvey" lIi gillbuthllll\. A Tliurii'y, K, i.1I11.111/ t.'J I : I Ms t
where the distinguished: guest t I florists Jl It. :V r. olold U. i \ IU I\ il.M .
Benedict, F Kciwter, W M Sheriffifo, +- r: ) Dengnef; Friday, .414 n.\I'
were welcomed in a brief, address by large crowd will bo in attendance and !Hafduy, III, 7.01 1\,1 12:: (p 21:: 1\.1\:' j
and !boy, :Miss: :Sarah::; "NVyle: :Mrs:\ :: F L .01' Fernandina) : ,and 1). S, Place, of;
W. G. M. Davis>. who extended some money may change hands. "
Bennett: Gen. : Wa,1, to them the hospitalities! of the city on Mr. 1>. Ogilvie gave his Annual Ball .
IV. Y. to F'rnanhfa-Mt'4,1: M D.iiley.Ai i I On Tuesday morning tins special}
.. behalf of the and! citizens of last Thursday! night. Thero were over .Ian. :J.-TlI'11l Kodla I 'k, Peter! Nt I. 'hll''nt..r .
Y. to Palatka-3>utws Curtis. mayor train! which brought over Maj.(: Conant .r,,". H.-ItrlK 'Anuind.i, MOIIM. toe no Jiinrlno. tr >I
of Fernnndina! : the people of Florida one hundred invited guests who enjoyed Jdu.IIIlrig IA"tisn'Iiiuke, I'orlioyul, 1 1Jill
and. his from Jacksonville
Fernandina to .1(alt-S K Mattison: party: : on .-!'Io'hr.It'II.I, (11111. 41'i'ii.ii ,
bountiful and tho I.
in w'lich! he said that tho supper "tripped)
:M: A. Hughes, Mrs! E \\' Ladd, 'I' I nuts, Sunday;\ ; ttis I put !In readiness, and the cr.1-\:. II tW.: Xql
of the :State, welcomed him most hcnitsly light fantastic" from sundown till sun .
numiuberofny'iLed .JIIIII..foIt'lr.: liiuMK "Wner.' llltfk'H 1'"
wife and; servant) Jno (;l' l'n\\'IHUllllld party, accompanied by :a -
Jan. :'I.-SI l. JoliiiM, Vogel, Chdlllstou. \
and tiusted that his r
wife, ,Mr Cady, wife and KHIV C ] : journeytlul'uugh .guests, departed: for Jacksonville. up.Mr. .. ..- .- --. .. )
W. A. Mahoney will arrive at
the State would be a pleasant
Brown, E D Johnson and ttifo, Mr }) "detachment of tho Fernandina: Light ,I .' ( I'sON'.II.I.g.:
one and that he would be able to home thi$ week, bringing 40 or fiftyhands
in full dress uniform with
Watson, Miss L Watt'on, Miss )1'It. .Artillery, ,
to the people of the that theyneed ; for his turpentine f\iumm. It is
son, Mrs II D Kells\ :Master\ Jno Bells, two 12-po'unders, fired a salute of Ul 1 l. the "music" of tho IXCI'e shall! hear. Iron and Brass FoundryAND
longer treat the South withdistrict
no ''
Miss C D Hun-ham, Rachel l Floyd, )Ir.O'X guns as the train moved out from the
t, :a feeling which had been born the Well, it eras matter o'moncy after all
amid cheers and wishes
eil. depot, good :
that carried him back to the old North
-- of misunderstanding and 1Illek 'of of'a large assemblage of citizens, and\ State. JKUKMIAU.: MAOHI I K DJlO P.

The 1'ark TheatreThis ('II/IIlII/IIY. knowledge of the Southern people. thu'i it of General Grant and! his -- 0.

really good troupe have: delightid! ; He referred to the visit of General traveling companions to Fornandiiia'was The SInNer A'nrftifMachine.. -

our citizens for the Jln st'two nights;: :and I Grant: to the ioiith.in,180C, nnd his4ro-. : over. Mr. Jut'anllIckeliziu has taken timeagemicy T. J. MURPHY 1 1<. ) .l'
of this excellent sewing machine
have played to good bouses on both port of that \'i il"1 which lie eapres-.04 '
The following nllllH'lll'cl'oIlJl1.i departed } and i is now prepared to furnishall : Prcprictcr. it' k -
occasions.On ed (lib belief that tho. people had accepted supplies and repairs: necessary: 1'0"it.
on till! special train : General and
time openinj) ; night; the luMUlirul the results of the war in good He sells the needles at U5 cents a -

drama, "I>hnrrlJ," wa I I'IHjt'iilrd. Tilt faith. lIe believed and hoped that Mrs. (h"'lIt"U\'II.;, 'and( Mrs,;, >Sheridan ; dozen, and all other articles at lime 'Stoam Snginos, C>+gar :rills] :, ard all
CUIUlIl'I"li'llltlrl. Grantj, Miss Felt established manufacture. '.
:: ; ; prices by !
; characters, well General would have
leading : 1'1'1'10111\\- the no cause: to
MisrfMcKciinnn i ;. )((1'. Byroii Andrews";; Call and see time late Improved Singer: kinds cf Mill! Machinery bcM '
le(1'but; Jr. T. JIlt 3'J.< and Hilly Ann change his opinion now, and that the the moHt complete machine in Oiuworld. -
c Gejti'r 'Spinner : Mr. and Mr. Shotj-;s
invariably "brought( down the IJlII\ t'." IJI''toent'i it would result in still further :a i
maker; Mr. and Mrs. Diiggs I> ;:;: ; Jen.( or repaired:
On night the hall was tilled the of sections of
Tuesday : : uniting people toots and !Shoe <*
Davis .I r. Bonnetheau Judge Settle 1
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to witness "David G.inik," in which our common country. FIU4T.t 'I.ASS \\'llltlM.tiStill'
l Cupt Sanborn ;; K.x-Senator: :: O.ihorn ; A lieturk jiwlJti'A'Viyyd I J. .t: 1'.
Mr. Hamilton took the leading; rule. Gen. Grant replied as follows : "It affords Kydd.s. .
r Major S. Conant and daughter )( .. ANU Hiuioi \uiu.u.nr: in 'niK; II'I i.t.Or.lt i
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pleasure to visit ;
To-night will be the last appearanceof. me groat your ft
the in The mirthprovokiugconledyof State, which. do mw: for the lira Taylor, the talented artUl-corroxpon.' \UHMIIU Coll f ye r. from il.Uie" ,, will rnu-ivtt cur. (ill ,inl a apruml.t 1 1
troupe our city time. I am greatly pleased with the dent of Harper's WI'fHylIUtI )Ir. Geo.M. Ru-opcncd Monday: October :Uoih. ,rlleulluu
the "Gilded! little I have teen of it thus fur and Pupils received at any time/ and at thu
B.trbonr, correspondent of the Chi.cago SHUl'-llAV HT NtUt' : TDK: tlIl1'1'/ "
one of Mark Twain's best, has I been with the cordiality of its citizens who usual rates.

selected for this, the farewell performance have welcomed me so warmly. I am ) Tiiltiine. The last two named will To the citizen! of Florida this institution dflc 1.I If JnclniviiVlllv, !'<..

very glad to see yon nil. In the tour of accompany) the party to Cuba and alloriU! every facility near home

; t to be" followed by "Th Hough the world from which I hnvo just returned Mexico: The route, so far as 'now tottlcd for the thorough education of theirdaughters. J N D u w'Td' Atl t1 is a .

Diamond. I saw only that which strengthened t .
will take in Jacksonville 1'alatka!,
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QUITE largo party came over from every me section in mylove of it of COllll'i; I'alibi to and 1 St. Augustine, then down the .Soule More MA < ;

Jacksonville to attend! the brilliant re- Maine. The freedom and liberty which Transit Road to Key West sirs Cedar or those nice French Broadcloth and S',3', ;
Tweed Coats still hand! and will bo :
cvption tendered by our citizens to you cnjohero cannot be realized by Key. on ;.

Gen. Grant. The party consisted of the people of the old world." >altogether the ;affair may be Bold octal out much below cost M., by DOWNKY.; F. R. POND, Proprietor. .

Gen. Spinner Mr. J. M. Shoemaker Referring to the visit made: thcSouth Considered in all respect' a* a most: -"- -- 1
in 1W50( he said : "I believed then
lulu 1 wife, ,)Ir. J. &;: Driggs) : and wife, the :South acted in good faith, but I1 brilliant success.. Full and Winter Ctothlnu- S'7 >t tutted 3 "' .mrlt'" walk utxi uf Ile'IHt,

Senator Call, ex-Senator:: Os borne, Mr. saw then and see now that she wait The various committee: or at least J. &: T. Kydd are' now receiving their ,

Geo. M Dub; ur. correspondent of the misled Itnd driven into a course which the working members of them, performed fall clothing\ lock, which of mCIII"they, youths'offer at nUll very lu'III'low 4,1LIC'Iib'. ().\' 1'11.N.; II.I..

Chicago Tribune Mr. C..1. Choate, of produced results now greatly regretted their duties with tho zeal, prices. -
by all, and it was not your fault. .J.' ,
TallAhasieo and Mr, F. B. PI1pr..lato promptness and thoroughness which : Or
We are now\ however, n united people Fine Jlatu. :l\IASI1I'AL'1UIli:1t
of Tallahassee, but now about to and no one more desire that we may characterizes their labors in their everyday ., .'
J. fe T. Kydd have just received a 1KO.V N u IIKASS .tlt i 11'Ui. ,
become a. resident of rnandina: ,,s continue so, or will do more to accomplish avocation Mr. C. W. Lewi, new stock of gent.*' fine hats, latest
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Genermil'Freight Agent of the Transit that result than. myself.! : Mr. W. J. Woodward, Capt. C. W. Yu- style at bottom (prices. uto.v ..nux','", .AM i- :Xl'IN: t r

Koad. 1'hc party occupied the elegant The speech was received with three lee, Capt. D. E.: Maxwell. )Ir. --- .. Fur LwtIlloye; sad t'ruirlerlrt. otlatertdue flue.elwhrrelb.luy.ertiiiIUrtweuluMAl'H1Srk1'.
.'ft'I' Fall and ""lit", f "11'oodrntf epl'r "Annie," of theJ hearty cheers: for General Grant, followed Mellen, of the }; rnont, .Mrii. ;{ 11 ill. I : ;
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hId arc now receiving
) P. & 31. Line and was under the I ( by ,three for Gf'nerall'hil. Sheri I yes, Mr, Du-iyt-e and Mr. Thompson week large; nhipmenlH of Fall and every Win PAT KH>H IN ib. Mt. anil '"'n All iuol all)' or-. r rt v
tier without J..rUd | 111111 fur till ellr erpeuw t t
special charge of Major Sherman Co- dan. A deputation from n local colored : were especially constant and unremitting ter good, dry good, drew. good, clothing p..lterll. a

I of the road society presented\ an in their efforts to )have lusts! and boots and shoes ill M..blllaIp\ MirnUird with tilt I lei"'Vtuul h 1 t
pant one! of the( Receivers temperance everything cap Iru"r"vN ., wl.Uh 1a.atU: jur lI orkuitu! tu f ,

t who, was accompanied by his sprightlyand nddrc, to which General! Grant responded done decently and in order. Thero which market they are selling(! at the lowest torn'J.eluwe.t out work rub pr.with<.. the r.-stert Jhyrtcb.sudrl. ;*.' ', ,t l\ \ .

Annie in appropriate term encour '' confusion "prices.. WATtUTOWXCO. : IITIt.\1f .. l" I
intelligent little daughter '"i no no jamming, no jarring -- - Ageut rr 'loa tlllE"!

for whom time car was named. The aging them in the work of temperance and the whole alf.iir wan A model. Aeto tioodM. lutl.,HAW.MIl.l anti' cn lurulib 1tl.lsb..rtuourL. HuM 1 ) GINEs, 1UILtttr ; t ,:J

member of the party expreeil them reform. .\ general: hand-II baking. and of quiet( gentlemanly management.!: .\' few cane'* of, nice fall goods ju..Larri..oo : .1.0. JUUs'u1 au4 KNUWI.t M CI.LUJU&'Jtt! :.' $TeA:: :>' 11I'11\\i't'':" fqf<< .t fw..oill ]. teaxuus

elves a* under especial obligation toMajor personal presentation of citizen to tlie The reception and entertainment of and now opened in the City I'D baud end 11 I' 1.&uuf ituriusprior. \; ,
Mart and will be sold without .
I"hlldtJto4. _
C. fur an elegant lunch and other distinguished ;guests' then took place, Gen. Grant and hi* (party at. Fernandina together with balance of good reserve now on, 'lr lurt..r iDeorwalli\ll, Pro. U.. ,.. C.5'..,, u.tie. 'II

courtesies. after which the (party, escorted by the wax very far from being a IMXHII in hand, by )1.IJOW ., ..whl.,..._"",'JI.- -. ) u..IwlI. J'u.. !j'I

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.:2\?< i A. B. NOYES, I ., Till: FLOKIIIAI'KKVAXI
PLANT Mr.V*. A. J dr T. Y-ODo
'' Hanincr, nn experienced tol>nct'0: grow.alts Grocer ;niul Ship Cliniullcr, T TOWN IMPROVEMENT R V COMPANY/
: er, tells u3:$ to burn a brti-Oi lio.tj; in .

;; i December or Jnnunry (prefer December DKAI.KR: IX: ..- _.
.: ); coulter or boo the Intnl.
.'; Though early, let icninin until about HOLIDAY GIFTS )J S.\,

1.fJi Ibo inuKlIo of Fcbrunry, then dress the '.'/ "'NS ON it.ic. LINE:,
.', Led nicely ; put' on 1 fiity pounds of Rood Agent for :B. F. AVERY & CO'S Plows.C1NTit1 .
.'ND CJn.\U KEY.Offers .
t'l5. fertilizer anal one tublespoonful irTbCcd

:.: to the ono hundred ,square yards;jL : : HTUKnT, IN LARGE ASSORTMENT. .
: ;)1 tramp well, then cover: knpo-dcep

'" with good straight: brush, and let it 52-tf. ..FEIIXANDIXA- _. -,--VL\.--_....- to Lessees and Purchasers
stand until the plants get as large l as a ASI IJ ,\: II'JtlJ I A full stock has just been received, and every Department is replete with a large number of the most eligible
dollar, then put on a covering of henhouse
.1t'J" CHEAP USEFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS Presents in and desirable Lots, suitablefor
*' or 1 lino stable manure.-Mobile for Holiday
llcgistcr. Bakers and Confectioners, Business Purposes, or for Cityor
:'r't, Suburban Residences, UPON

'..;' ; wants ALMOND to know CUIruHlA why wo correspondent can't grow almonds CHOICE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS EASY 'rEUjIS.Liberal .

}tVia i about Mobile. :Simply because CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, Discounts ou Values al-
i1f. we can't, to make it profitable. It is n lo\mHo parties engaged in manufacturing -
l;; '\'- fact now pretty well settled( that the TOY'S AND FANCVWFDDI.NHS ARrjcI.E5.r. or industrial!: enterprises,
; t almond is never to bo profitable crop Fancy Goods and Notions. who will
erect the
\' for any portion of the United :States ;: KNThRTAiNMi.Nrs! and on property purchased -
( A few years ago California was going PICNICS!,; furnished\ l at the shortest! notice, at substantial improvementsfor

.I' I f to play the mischief with her almonds, RUCK isono.M: l'HICI'at;: residence, or in which to con-

,} but now the Horticulturist of that State, Ae cJ,\ l:: :T-'M Jl A 1C.1 UY*, BLACK CASHMERES; A SPECIALTY duct their business.INDUCEMENTS.
'i comes to us saying : "Much has been TO MANUFACTURERS.
4 he.ml about the profits of almond culture 'cnlrc Direct_ ., opp PostOffice.ir. .._. .__. -
-U in California, and "'. \V. JIollN- t'trnurpnsecd| 1 In quality and! price, and will compare finornhly with numples from other eitied'Special ;, by exemption for

!t..' \ .. tor's almond orchard in Santa Haib.ua I E. DOTTBRER., a.term of years from taxation! offered -

I county has been cited as an instance by the several cities and
have been cl: :: } Goods not in stock can be ordered through us, thus affording -
large profit1Ve! never J"C.n'IUliUtiUU, J. ln", towns. Apply to
i able to obtain definite data from which. A SAVING TO THE CUSTOMER of Express and other charges. All GEO. D. GILCHRIST
1 to advocate the planting of the almond DEALER IN ,
and have doubted/ the advisability oj'! such orders carefully 1 filled AT NEW. YORK PRICES by our resident buyer.. I Agent!

.' doing; so. '''0 now learn on gOod authority 1 1N14I1lllhiIy Bar Office Railroad Building,
; that Col. hot lister H thoiough-;:!, J" cfcs T.G I ]DI: I Fernandinu. 16-tf
with his almond venture .. ..
I disgusted --'-' -- -
3 ly --- ---
i and that he is digging up all his almond I. GlloccC ics ann Provisions.Cuplonlrs tf Corner Centre and Second Streets. TILE FI.OR11)A. '
trees. His crop thus far has

not paid running expenses} to s.iy .

tt I v and nothing profit.of"interest: on money invested cnn rely nothing upon petting but( the Choice Goods,,,aa, THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR LAND AND 1 1M1IGRATIONCompany] '.

T A NEW PLAGUE: FOR Sixuu C.t ciA TIXKST IUt\MS : I O .A. Xji "XT I 1-. OAK ,

Matanzas'\ paper has called attention to I .

&i an insect heretofore unknown in Cuba, arc._ _kept___._In utocl-_ ...L._ .__. _......, Jacksonville, Fla., OFFERS
rj which attacks the sugar cane in such n For Good CII tommade ,
t manner that A few day will suffice to tBOOTS' .. 11141IJLL WORKS.E. I 600,((() t ('RE14

f destroy the plant. This insect has AND SHOES; I .
made its appearance in the sugar f fields Of the most ACCESSIBLE andDESIRABLE
d FOR .
I p in the district of Uemba. It i is found lands in tho
i in extraordinary numbers beneath the .

f ]leaves which cover the tender, cane, STATE ,OF FLORIDA,
F t and attacks the ]latter by absorbing) the
U ''jf juice at the points of the cane, and as 'I 1 :) ]) ITBKEE'S at only 1.23 per acre to new settlers -
the cano grows and tho leaves fall off witll the privilege of 'selection -

,t the insect goes to the '" joints ill i P eels of 40 acres or more
d ]leaving upon the purls: it bus abandoneda \ \ 7 LIVER AND KIDNEY PADs These lands: are located ou and
very white spot. It does! not perforate: $ ;
I$2 itiljrUTiit' ( tn the line of the Atlantic -
tho cane, but draws the "juice in cucji} a s
Gulf nUll West India Transit
(, manner that it finally kills the plant ',
The paper' calls the attention of planters Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Fever and Ague, Catarrh, Co.'s R. IL, extending, from Fer-

.f f! to t this\ destructive insect. Reports 00 to Female Weakness, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Side- nandina, on the Atlantic, to Cedar

from the interior arc to the effect that Ache, Bilious Complaints, and any Disease arising Key, on the Gulf coast; thus affording

fi'a the crop will produce about 20 per cent John Mackenzie's, from Disorder of the Stomach: or Blood.Price to the, producer cheap
]less sugar than last year on account of !
; tho smallness of the cane' ', but this estimate Sign of the GOLDEN SHOE:, One Dollar. Sent by mail on receipt of price. constant and rapid transportation:
for the to tho best markets.
is probably exaggerated
First Storo on Centre Street, near RailRoad Liberal. discount to Dealers.
of the district. No accurate
greater part The belt
j I estimate can yet ,.ho.mlldc.. Two :Depot, I, GEO. h 1IUGIIKS .fc RKO. Agents of country traversedby

t / ,plantations in the ,Matnnzas: district FEKNANDINA, Flat : No. 1 West Bay St. ,eor Ocean, JACKSONVILLE, F1..Tropical .\. tho Transit E. 11. embraces -I -

have already suffered from partial conflagrations. 27-t tk -- -. -- .... -'- .- EVERY VARIETY :OF SOILto
-. ...-. - .. .. .. OTJIKETV tte liltOTHint,' be found in tho State, a large
tfERNANDINA. FLA., 1 Dl 1l N'QmIQ lri'l proportion being peculiarly adapted -
0. S. OAKES, Mauufiutarors and "l'aleraln Cook and Parlor sgy aXJ. Uj *tf *sj to toe culture of SEMITROPICAL -

Heaters FRUITS and Early Vegetables,
Stoves, Ranges, : and. Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees, Roses, :Deciduous and Evergreen and The/ Large, Compact Jiodies J

i i Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Roofingand Shrubs and Flowering Plants. Timber make these lands ''worthy

Guttering. v of CAKEFUL EXAMINATION by manu

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t,1, a large consignment of Stovoa.. i TREES MADE A SPECIALTY.
County Undertaker NEW SETTLERS purchasing
< land from this, company are furnished

:FEENAiTDIiTA! FLA. lii appropriately Wuejl; 'U 't.'* je\uT: We' 'WILL' e'Sen4 for Descriptive Catalogue. with entire free passage on

!*ny Constantly! on bandMETALLIC NOT lie uuderuold.My Corner 3J and ASIIE I.II. AI.'DEltT I. Ill DWELL.itf the Transit R. It. for family and
.. effects tho
1' y- personal to station near-

BURIAL CASES, WILLIAM. "FTWOOD' .. Jr, ( Jacksonville, Fla. est the land purchased II'(i

< WoodCounty, Newsdealer',. Bookseller' Stationer, INDUSTltI'L; GOOD, FINE LAUNDRY SOAPAT TITLE COMPLETE,being derived -
by grant from the United

In Rosewood, Walnut and other wood.. 'DEALER I' FAXCV AnTici.r THE-; States and purchase from the

VSDnT\.U" GOODS, 312 Centre Street, '. FERmDlll, }''1.1.St MACHINEWORKS._ Florida Soap FactoryJACKSOSVILE Sate: : of ..Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.

'MASONIC AND OTHER t&ItLKUS: SHROUDS. "alt I'uperi Picture Frames, DrackcU, I-ainpM,
*. AND ROBES. Croquet H'''i*. hand Glusn*s" Comb. IIru be., eta F. R. POND Descriptive MAPS and CIRCULIRS .41
i 1 1' mailed
Embalming Dono. NvtxIliB, 1)11. etc.UllH'EUJSKsTASna; on application. .
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a no-lie.exhumed for retuuvtt. Safety guaranteed.FUVKUtI4 : '*,rni. AXNU,.cJUYitKi:, Shop situated 3 minutes walk west of Jkpot, ,
: uttni.de t to. 111 lCo..u, Tallow, '''au:. SltiiiM, Furs, Land Commissioner. I
Order by mall or trlc-griph will receive jToinit. Mf
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huger mid ,
ktteutliMiItemcmber ei' Dealt in the cholceat Syrup Oruugi's ---- --
that I am opposed to high prlcea. I
Taken in exchange For Price Jot, etc., addrcn Garrett & Barnes
l "A ,
tolD' SECOND STIIEET.v FruitjVerstables, Confectionery: ; "SOAP FACTOUY,"

I IRON .AM HHAhS CASTINGS, 00 \\'. Slay SI.,
I &::0.A.U., P O. pox 089; fJ6SuJIII'1iB0Iw1lle.,Fla.
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Third Hre t.beUet-u Centre and .V.m-Uua Street. IRON rnovrs AXI 'EX'I' MONGRIEFlOUSEBT

'. Fernandliia.. ...... H; *., T-tf For Dwelling; and Pemetrrle.. IIf llite..t delilto.. Jacksonville, Florida:
j ''N 6'NS. U CCI..I..J.. : E : J4RS. BUFFIliaTOlT,
CON f fRACTOR old BUIIE111.! ; I also hive tie i.rl aifortmeut nf M VCHINKKYFATiKUxS Stell of the Golden Store,
( i> the btatsaud cau all ui'ot any order ,
FOR YOUNG LADIES, without parries tuft lug for the itra exyvute of
Manufacture ., $ ; AT pattern. J.t CKSO.V VILJ.R, FLA
My Machine Sliop .. 'urninh with the Uteat HAEDWAHE
MOULDINGS.. DRAC1 ETS.: \\VED AND runs IVriiiiiKlina-, rioriila.' \ *, Improved tool, which ruabtea tuy workaimi to. TERMS $1.50 and $2.00 PER DAY, ,
turn out work with the greatest dill ach.and ot
i the lowent rub price. According to Locution of Kooiua.
t t, ISO. WEATHKHBOARD1XQ: AND lll'oh': and YDE.uH: CO..ami eau luruUU their K\U1S tli.::: BOlLKItt I
f 1'ur(1trcuiara.addresa. PRY. ,U. VYCKS. and :.,\W-lJ(1,1 S t hurt notice. -
Fuxmixa. r?niauJlu.., Ma.JTourth A 111I). JUl)"ON'H ctLIill1H'fIW STEAM C.OVEHNDUa rally located, aud having been _reuovntt-d
.' y.kel'S'l'lIt au.KSOWI.t:.' STEAM: HUMPS kept throughout will be kept: II' a 0..101 liouiie.' Paints Lubricating Oils.
CIIUIKII: ,, .. I:. I-aut. and Id MauutM-turera* The i'roprtetiVHii, laviug.had experience both
"XU cotittantly .n I at
.n.CHStl1 '
"UIU'tA .. North and South w ill epure I&n paine for the comfort >
t [irlc- (freight adJed of her iialron in puking the house homelike -
BPECUL1V, 1GIJS]HTU, etc for, ...lIlr.further-s. iulorinatfon. Price I H Ula.It Ca'K>>M lng>.-ca. tm any In the city, -.-: t-tf RED c SAFETY OIL SPECIALTY.Snout .1.

DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES OF ALL bIZES* .' St., tjt. Centre ana Al&chua, F e..Ho* !905, Jaikaoiville. FIlL. NO'l'IITJlJUTY ; -- t

,. Prat Offlo Box IT*. Fernaudici. Fla. rEUNASDIXA: VLA.Ouim A..G. CIIAIU'KI.L, DiYS front thU date I will Bell all ,AoikTg rua' :
Jan l US or other urticle that hive beeu UABVIN'8 SAFE*. !
._ niaJ\4> .rd rv .Cuiia ud I1 hand for for
-- ---- -- on my one year, the charge
.ol IT xcliauK.d. Work in (trim or br.iw dona at ajfaiiut them. MONEY DUAWEB. :
; 'Street the lowest ., I x-ka repaired and keys fitted. (Pri. Ii ail.
Centre Millinery pro e* J, W. STARK,
All order promptly attended to. Jactuoii,Ule, Florida. Watchmaker. WOOllL"JACKET SUimXQ CANftovew
Work not called for iu.thirty da)* will be told for .. December.. 6, 1879. .
.. Tin Ware
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LffD.IUGII rep lr 1-tt WHITEHALL OATS - -
:tIIi: 4. F. .A.. -
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-"f' Has constantly on hand a fine selection of the Ih'. ,\UTlltIlt C. FORD" YACHTS, GUNNING SKIFFS' ttf.Tin Ronfing. IDol Outt rlog IT skilled, work. \
NICE 110OJHS: for rent iowiiu men t low r t n-u
.1 newest styles in DRE-S AND S1tMIE HATS ,tamer of Centre and Third __ i i.i
tar Ladie, aliases and Children; R lit If UN'S.'LACfcS ))!XTISI YAWLS, STEAM LAUNCHES. t.4'rt'e1L. T JACKSONVILLE, FL:(., !
: FLOWERS; also C:entr''andjloya ,It Also the second story above ilewn.Bydell Si .
; AND quality. Call) aid examine, Fourlh MriM'l, between Ceutre Every de 'ripUoa of aiuall craft built to order. Bro.,comer.bh aDd Third MreeU.' Mu. Helen M. '-dam..Brooklyn five minute
hats : antl'.llcrlluu'htreety14St 11 the bent style and on the most approved model Apply to ., walk from the depot can accommodate few
I+Irs."M. ;M agent for the Doine.t 1'crfect Fit. .' 't *. Correittit>donc aolk'ited, M. DOWNEY bOludera in f"11* 1III'le. KWMOU Urge a mul
4: ting Fa:.bwns. No one should tail to try them. ( FKKXAXD1NA fL.\.' JHf 32-t In the city Dlsrt.i neighborhood very plea aiu. 5JfrJ.

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