Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 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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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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r TIll GLOllGIA ItAfLKOADCOMniIf tending facilities afforded for the exportation have done) Atlanta any good to KIV the least: other point. And further) as the I.ouis\llle, I. cess of :Mr. 1'ellCol: of whl1 the I/>ndonTSmr
.- of bread stuffs and grain from the West of it. Resides this it will help Atlanta because Xdshvillctl' (Great Southern. RoaduNndesires: was upprlrcd by its American correspondent '

I The announcement that the Central Railroad through Mississippi[ jetties, will affect the and imports it will! turn this a\large Ay. current Atlanta of as exports an liii.P'mrtulIt an available: outlet to the rccan, and as! Col. wh. had i uid' it visit to the In'lto

t of Georgia, together with it. branches, expeditions of Savannah in this respect. city along this route tmt.t rcap: ,: nirhcnclit Cole has signified i bis. intention of making \" nt Menlo Park, nnd had th(1 sent a .
: steamship and steamltoat lines )had leen for. In an interview published in the' Agusta troin I this I through trade. I e>>n idci no discrimination npiinst ntiy other line, it I long dispatch on the !subject to that journal.It .
litany leaded for u long term of to a it a capital movement for'a' .\I h.uiuta. Of course
years Chronicle, Jen.. Alexander, President of the may not\ unreasonable' to suppose that may b<' reunenulmeni'at by some personshut
it will Svannah than it
help more helps 0:1; .\
combination, management composed of the Georgia Railroad: makes "sime shrewd suggestions other one point. It makes it the great t tran ventuiilly: that l'ailwlIwill, tind it to its ( the Introduction; of coal guts! as nit illuminator
Nu!'hville, Chattanooga and St. ouis and ; t which have a direct bearing upon itt depot. I If I held any "sort of teal estate interest! to enter into this umibinution ; and 'l'n1U o. was preceded by the

the Western and Atlantic Railroad, liascreated the question of western freights I lie !says' : proptrty in :Savannah: I should consider it if !1"1,1. Savannah will be the great entirjMil for same ('In:1 tnY doubts nnd fears anti surmises <
great; excitement in southern rail "The whether business worth considerably more now than it cutwns .vestern titi 'el'roni' t.l.oil l which '
question} an export heti'n'thmtl1 people should, n I'tll tlll"1t'I"tl"r now start hl'nllln the new electric
road: and enmmereial circles, and ha.-* been can be done from any of the southern )ports jOltS? at this just 1we should at thebuildin\ Ijouisvillo, Ciiejp! : and (Cincinnati I, and the light. Still, "I\ \ hI' pretended that
t the I'rolith'] cause of much comment and i is not a question} of land transportation at .
of of Tlicconihinati.tii
whethercssels up any part Georgia. I nhancemcnt, h'r Conimcnial\ importanceanuot absolute certainty has been rcnched us yet ; :
all. The Is \
"speculation' Ito the jtossihle effect upon thevurinIM question can will help t the Suite of (iCt rgiul. I It t lint ,ulrea,I Ihieliutal U. bo, '
afford to take Western produce from our our-oMiniatcd.; 1'n'1without: : \ the I the .\1I1rl'II1 and the world generally -
thl''lItl'lll( stock plhlh
: by putting
trans)>ortation and business interests "southern port to Europe: ut the same rates This: will I put money' in time {tuckets of 11 great up Louisville,\ \ Great :S; uhiin! a paity to the will await with great Interest positive I
\ directly and indirectly involved and affected that the same vessels can afford to take the however when .
many of our people.) present contract it Nrcmcml and ('I\dllCl\ proof that (cheap nnd brilliant
t by the new orrUII C11lCnt. It was, to same products' from 1I11\.tlll'rIIIHlrtl'l' | If that "What elicit will the combination have 1
l ercd t that shipments of wcstein' grain to t the
can be done, an export business can be built light, Mnwrscding previous contrivances -
the Ciminnati Southern'.1'"It
': a great extent a "surprise; and the supposed up through our "southern ports, and until on only increases our rvasoi. .. fur t treating port of Italtiniuie alone lust year amountedto and inventions, has h'I'1 discovered nnd

''ti general and particular effects, good and bad, that can he done all land transportation. will that line with )perfect fairness i anal l gh hug m i-: tltil't '.Ii\'(' and II hat! million bushels, i made available ftr J:111.rnI \ \!('.
different interests been amount to IIl1thil1 In order to test" this:' I
.;l' upon widelycanvassed. Ill) room to think of building; a cnni|'ctin.. :some estimate: of I the eiioiinous iiureuse of
the (Georgia Railroad( Hoard of Directors
question line to the itma.t.Ve .should l he insane' with
l business have AXlt VOH-
we right reasonably to
authorized every l.llUJ.OU."TIUS
at my request, me, early
our track ready and I able to t'a'rthl' t '
,i r The most direct result produced was an ill October to join any of our western connections freight to the ocean: to force them to build, utuit itt uimtc may hl'lIrri\l'lIIlt. JIO. 1'01.1'10&
1k i,, advance in the price of the stock of the Cen in chartering a few steamers und a track of their muwum.Ve "hllll be oifly tint' S People ait'mill lands ('onl to us year after
tal Road in Savannah! from 78: cents to SU; making; the experiment.' As yet none of our anxious( to com,fence, it, that it im get\ all We have n"t in this article! alluded to another rl'a and are poured upon our shores, and \
connections have been to
bl and !9.) cents. It I is estimated by the Murniny risk wc.-tern it, although every effort! has been willing made from us it can reasonably cxpett or \\out. very important point in this connection become speedily identified with the mass of
) ,
t, Xttvf, that at Scents, below which it i is safe to induce them to thu 'so.Ve are, however, and TIll'111,1 the ( II1'illlllltiIIlIthl'rll Kindly I feelings: i exist, and 1 between wu do m in us' t which i is well I worth considering. As u our American dtlz'II!. No \\'llcl'rl then,

f to "say it will not go, the stock will )pay going to assist t the Port Royal Railroad inputting antieipate any ,sort disagreement! ," result: of this concentration western produce t that every civilized I nationality professes 1
: about 7 IHT cent on the! investment duringthe h t I up a grain elevator at Tort Royal h. Will Colonel Wadley remain m i u as I'I'l'-h"'III ut our' jx.it, a regular line ot'stt'aiiuers degree I at' Interest for our people, illuhltll1
anti 1 when that is completed '.% t.' hope that "
seven years In which )per tent, i is guaranteed tliev will take a more hopefuliew' and 1 be of"the lIe Central will ?lie will not be In control ,"afits between this city and 1ai: rope must eventually to that 1'1111'Iplrit of philanthropy' which,
by the le1<.oIecI. Savannah is jubilant willing to join in the experiment. It I is details as actively as he has heon, and heiloes be established. fly Sill'll means Savannah we may atllrm without boasting, is one of t the
over the possibilities of good that IIIrl': possible we may have to lose few thousand not desire to be. Hut ho w ill leniain i as will I become, a grand rl't't'I'"ldc' for art i- distinctive traits of our American, ('U"IIII-
dollars in it but the end
to hl'lIl'I'lIlIIpli..lIl'I.if the representative of the Central I Railroad I 'ItS IIf demanded in the West citi/i-
suit from so strong and direct a western ", m'l'l'"flll'ill justify the risk. As to ( comiumc : t from pllti1 nship.
connection as the arrangement will give; the comparative advantages of :Savannah l'ollll'all.\.III,1 to. be paid to them.will receive Colonel the earnings Wadley, etc.isthoroughly foreign;: lands, and the cars which at present' We "spoke in l previous' number, of the

?; und it I is also supposed' that the attempt.;; Charleston and Port Royal for doing this slIli..I I'(1 with the situation: and. during I the cotton C sc.uson, leave our city business prosperity of the year 1871), as being ,,
tu make a new southern outlet from the business, Port HO\'IIIIIIL'I the greatest IIl1turnllLlh'untagl' l'lIlIlclllllHo t have any position that he desires nearly empty will on their return flip be' marKed I i 1 our country ; we hud I flu) space ",
hut ii' it I be done at either
t wet to the Atlantic coast, by way of port time it can be, dOllc at all can three, and 1 if it mhuniltllie ,, and I li'I I is thu satisfied ut's I.ot'allt he I is.more" oik, however laden with uuucrth iaiutiise.: We have space t then to review other nations, in that partic- e-'\ .
IY I41)'a1, has been an effectually checkmated. 1 built up at cither one, it would, within "Will there be any chongcs in the ollircrsof only for a brief allusion to this matter, and ulur or in other respccIs!, ali our notice ut 4. c f t'
ff4 The Atlanta ,'Il'of the matter, crystali.cil less than u year, be built up at all three. the \urious ('l'lItrillli'Il'' 1" il'lIn.1t to our readers to lahorate for them' t this I lime must necessarily be brief; 'l Just V |. .'
Thl'I'"rzia'/ Railroad is therefore much
) into the shape! of t the! t"llowihg" supposed interested;:in having the, experiment, as made at "I think Mr. \\"11.111'ha,1 a very good selves.: Sulllce it now to say that the more a word or tvvo concerning each,(country may .
. ': results: Savannah lI'1ut Port HO 'III." corps of men about him: and I :smuuiuusc t lure the mind dvvellson I the vast dcnelits to result 1111'lrl)1 observers in making l profitable '
will he no dlllll ('IC. No 11111I110 is .ilniiiL:
, The prompt building of the Georgia; Western A "special telegram from Atlanta to the his duty will I he discharged: 11'\'(':<1\11I\ ('." iVoiu t this great: western and I southern route, and interesting retrospect.We .
. If J : railway "seems certain, that being the H.I'aHlHLh"U'I of the lot h states: that the At this point Governor Jirown took hi' the more fully i is: suggested the inestimable have rejoiced in t this country In the

&Vfi ": only point atvhicli the Ixmisvilleand much-talkcd-of lease, i is no lease at all, but carriage to go to the ilc'|,.it to meet! Coloiu.1 era of prosperity upon which our city and m.iintcnuncc of peaceful relations with allforeign
Cole, who' was coming from. .\I\.u-ta.\ I lie-
! Nashville road 1 could open) an I u contract, u sort of tri-jftrtlte'; affair, which had: provided a "special up train with whiih to,. state is ubout entering.UtlSlI powers. Other nations have been,

, c attack' upon' the new route; and like the famous duel in which :\tr. Midshipman carry ('OIIIIl'l) Cole thiough to Chattanooga\ I. filled with wars nllII'IIIII'llf' WII'. lucre I

, the necessity which will exist for : : Easy: took part, Ilof uutuittutl.iuuttrcst: to where he was to meet President Clemens, ot .s Ul"lo'l llI.\J AND E.'ULISII has 1'l'l plenty within our borders ; other
, : ,v." the Georgia Railroad: to secure an outlet each participant; and also says that Mr. Cole the Cincinnati Southern lu.-t night. In hurriedly ,si.t '1U.ta111l'Vhatevt'r lands m and some)I of them I m among the I fairest
reproducing the illf'n'il'with (Governor
:\t westward will compel that road or the is engaged In effecting a tariff of rates with liiown, W(' I have not used I i his language: \ may l ha.' thought;: of t the wisdom which the sun shine's upon, 1,1hl't'l (

3 ?' Louisville and Nashville road or both, to the Cincinnati Southern, which will therefore in many cases, but have "simply reproduced of t1 Ir. I'arnell'H measuies a working plan, scourged by ,devastating floods, or siiccessivohad "

build the Georgia Wl'l>tt.'rn. become a "strong ally and feeder to the his ideas. lie w.w more enthusiastic! over his speech on last Sunday in 1'W'tol'k, delivered hlrn'1'I11 have deprived the people' of .
The removal of one of the strongest bidden the new combination than we have ever seen I i to live I thousand 1 liishmcii and bread and multitudes to the ;
j. new. line. The following extracts from un him over anything\ of the Kind I lie is wry sympathiiing brought vergeof 1
i ::7': :! fur the lelL'IC of the Macon und Brunswick interview with ( ov. Brown, published in the I hoteful] I over the effect it will have on Atlanta Irieiids of 1 Ireland, shows that his starvation.Mexico .

) ih;. railroad, (Gov. Brown), disarranges expectation Atlantic (Cunrtitutlim the Minst.., defines and 11I1\ the State at large. plan contains at least this clement of stutesmunship has not been free from civil broils '

', : as to the final disposition! of that imixirtant the situation more exactly than it ..has hcict The Savannah .1/orn:1! : AVu'j of Monday in that it contemplates the i>rrmnntut und wars on l small /l.. Central America .:i 1

," ." line. j.! ,On the 30th ult., convention'. tofore been stated- : publishes large well-executed map, I relief of his country, lie! desires to raise has been exorcised on the subject. of.a greatshIll i: '

was held in Macon, composed of delegates "Who were the contracting parties! ? showing the new Hue with Its various milncctions. two fUIIIIlC'hil'll "shall be Kept entirely distinct canal to connect the Atlantic: with 1 tlio j j ,

from sixteen different counties, which "The Central Railroad Company and the and separate, one of which is to he applied Pacific, nnd to lead the commerce of the

, 't' loudly denounced any attempt at monopoly, Nashville. Ofeourse, Chattanooga this trade und was St.made Ixiuis(1t.'l'l'lI'delit Railway. This) combination, says the .\?uu's, is the remoult immediately und solely supply AHM! to world through that region ; and while it 'I I!

}t:'t: and strongly sustained the Governor in declaring on the concurrence of the Western and of a l'IIIgltrt1g between various rival the suffering thousunds I In Ireland, for there seems certain thut thu thing will bo done, it j II I

If\\ :' that no lease could be made in consequence Atlantic Company, Colonel Cole and myself cities of the West tllI'I'lIrt', by means of a : is: a famine of bread in that beautiful and still remains undecided what particularroute t t

l ., of the sale on November Oth, and were able to give this concurrence, as we short, direct and easy line to the Atlantic i fertile land. The second! fund i is to be used shall "(' preferred' und chosen. Chi f
amount of the stock in the
the sale for January 13th.: own a southern outlet to the frt'l'lillt and lena have been In fierce and J
re-advertising ocean
: lease. It can be said however that our directors scum, lo promote t the political' agitations, looking engaged a !
,:: ,.".Committees, were also appointed to solicit agree with our views." all times from snow and ice. It was with this to a change I in English: ", hinds regulating Iit'rltrfl', not yet ended 1 I ; Peru ('unfl'll'u : /

',subscriptions for the extensions" of the mad, How camo the contract to be made?" object in view that Cincinnati I built the Cincinnati landed property, which he! Is urging on with degree of wl'akltt und apprehension i II y I '

r .o-s well as the lease and purchase.What "Colonel for u hue Cole from I\ncllll\/'oelf the We.st have to.thf'been ocean lookIng for- Southern Road to Chattanooga, :-it. all 1 "t'h,1Il1'1IIncl yet with many rendered! submitting h itself ton military dictator. ,

f has been accomplished by this coin- several )'l'\1'I. lie has always favored Port I/onis, not to be outdone. hastened to take reasons. He maintains! t that such disastrous Our ('una.lul neighbors, in whose welfare) 't

; ..' niittee willal'peurwhen the rl.'I"ultofthtl'Ull' Royal. I have always contended for u Port advantage of lines already constructed I ILlltl, famines as the present and the our "t'olll hardly feel the proper share of \

... ;," of the 13th Ls known. in my own State-Savannah or Brunswick. a short one of ten miles from Evuns\ille: toHenderson one endured thirty years ago will recur Inl'rl.t, II. not l'cl I be happy in their ,
The! mutter lias been OIKMI all the time, and
-"t ."/, The Cincinnnati Southern is. very powerfully one or two advances have been III ILl Ie. A Kentucky, to be built ut once, und must recur ut intervals relationship to )England: und their own il' I Ih'full"Ililiul

.-,fi. :, ':; affected by the new combination, ami short time ago Mr.Vathley invited Col.! Cole and determined tull'wllll'r aid for the purpose until t there is a fundamental alteration! struggles have. been such that
: \, ,< is, ait were, completely: at i St.' mercy. Ru- und myself to come to Savannah and have a of carrying out the scheme of consolidating in the tenure of(,"tnh'II. u change that can! 1)(,' they have l'l'e/obliged to refer them to thu j

'1" iAN have been noted to the eilcxt that this hail business never; conference been to Savannah with him.and Colonel agreed Cole togo. all these lines U1l1lt.r lIme lIIalll l'lIIl'lIt. affected only by act of Parliament. [English: (Joveminent for adjustment, und p

<,1: road had already obtained (control!" the Selma .\ careful examination of the harbor By this course that city immcdiattly placed Many benevolent people' in America, thut nferen'l itself hits excited great dissatisfaction. -

;.:" Home and Dalton Mad, which is: in dipctt !- facilities and of the foreign trade already herself in position to dispute with all her rivals anxious to aid t the I Irish IHlIli.'J''J'tIII'III1'\ .

communication Chattanooga, und built up there convinced him that it was the title of The Great :\tetr.uisuh1s| of the till only ,'lIl'l'lualllll.'u.1l1reH of relief for the If we look across till U'l.'un. time pathetic

: : by reaching out towards Pcn4.1tuIr< I, may be opened what we and wanted closed and in negotiation the; contract were announced. West." tenantry is to induce them to emigrate in and tragic figure of the Russian Czar, anxious

: able to effect u connection which will give: it t." We have already)' on more than one occasion large numbers and occupy' the rich land in to elevate his people( but borne down-

a port on the, Gulf. In,this cunncvtion( it !is What was the necessity for the consolidation alluded to the great benefits which must tills country, which are offered very low to as ho bus expressed his own feelings-by the

: said that Mr. Sullivan of Pensacola Is already of these that lines felt?" that the South inure to our city from this combination A actual settlers. Such a movement would assaults of ('uICjhIV( *. und by multiplied bar- 3

operating to meet this supposed" effort of the to compete i1l1ply with we the northern lines for ought the few ulditlullnl.tl1t1l1ti4. however in connection l'l'llli the ...lllIilltlt. 1'C\'C those who remained rl l"hll('ur1 and perplexities, may r'Irll'ltto

Cincinnati Southern. It Is admitted that export trade. There are four great lines :. with time map of the route above alludedto behind und be of real advantage e to us thut \'Wt empire of whlth ho U the I
: Mich plan wouid flank Atlanta, but, it is that curry the western produce to the ocean. will show this yet more clearly, und will this country, which and all head und the sovereign. With all Ids liberality -

claimed, only,In appearance, since such a line sylvunia The New York Central Central and the the Erie Jialtimore, the 1'enn-and prove intcrl1>tiug. fly this route, the distancu Kinds of honest labor.Il''lL This prupoHiil Wl'1'Ull'therefore and of this Ill has given many proofs,

would require "an Atlanta connection Ohio.) Each: of these lines pierces the West from $t. I l"mi1ll to Chattanooga is -It;; I: Ls not to be dl 'llrl I'll It is. to 1 be (tartst 1 (that his l'UI."lu/1 havecome

through which it can seek the Atlantic and it is under the control of one man. lie miles; from Chattanooga to Atlanta l.'H: Hit as a measure to be projioscd and approved tAN late to secure thus tranquillity of
," u proposition which does not seementirely says 'Go,' and everything moves. Tile trafl& miles, und from Atlanta to Savannah M: und his country.
that they do Ls enormous. They have virtually mile total from St. l titus to Savannah Ul':11II1,1lll'll: ly Itllt.11I'n url
clear. *-making a I in to Bis-
I ure apt day regard
unlinked the West und made valuable leading public dltu.t.J'tI in Grcut Britain, ICIplc Cur
: The much-talked-of "Corrollton extension exjtorts of corn that years ago was used as (.r MM! miles. From St. l 1..llIi. to und I Ireland, it really 111..t appear to many man k, un standing, for Germany. Ifu UI'II'ur.tl .
of \1r. "'udleY.II.d'lmnah., Griffin and fuel for the lock of a JIIurk t. The South Baltimore Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, friendly lookers-on us sadly wanting In some have quieted the Roman Catholic agitation

North Alabama road seems to have fallen has never had any great line to the ocean. the dihtance is 1XM miles or u saving o f distance of the elements of wise and considerate to some extent, und to have brought $
. .It U true we have hud continuous lines from
into the back ground, and may never again i the West to the ocean, but they have always to shipiKTs from time West to the S4u and |II'rmUItltlllh'IUl hlp. Ih. about a good understanding with Austria ;jIlt
I1 \\m )heard from. The recent writing upxof been under a half dozen different managements by this city, instead of to Halt I more, of 2'2 2 I' scrt your dtlz'III. virtually famish I bum none of the, German nationalities seem

this project in the press, was. doubtless only ; usually antagonistic been or jealous of miles to say nothing of the very important in vast numbers in order to relieve the native tl have made very iiiijiortant ('JtrlltIU ,
a little way Mr. Wadley had of whipping each other. The work has insurticient facts that in severe winters the Baltimore lam! of tu during the past year. ,
and uncertain. We have here a line that is pressure UIM| a 1"h'l t Ir. I.or a
Oov. Drown into the traces: as the present virtually under one control from $t. Louis hurltor is for weeks often "1I1'kt..111' by ice, J'nwdl'l scheme Jay not 1>c satisfactory, singular state of,thlllI not )'t fully

arrangement has vastly sUperior advantages to Savannah, while the same line hat its and even when this Is not the case, a long may lot feasible thoroughly settled or explained, up in the small, ,
over such a line a* could have been formed tcam.shiMi] to ply the ocean. distance of about 150 miles down l'hl'NIIIt'ukl'| ul'lt'ar at least merit but rich and j opulous country of Uel lul .
You think then that can Ili''U"Itl.lmt i IMMSCSCH till
by the extension! from Conollton to Chatta- "you : bay is to lit traversed before the ocean i i.. if The opposition of the BUhoj to the umatianalsystem
with the northern line? ( recognizing 1 great t\'i endeavoring
i ncioga. It U said to be the almost universal Why can't .t'1 We have a line that is Titu hcd. to provide an adequate remedy by ptrmancnt education was rtl.r'ntllluLUcy I
. feeling Intlanta that we had better belong 300 miles shorter from $t. Louis (which Lithe The advantages aiCmlcd; \ Savannah over of reform of by the Minister of Illtrcluu '
or by change
but great centre of the Wwt)) to our l l'lrt York this route still than and the while the BUhof .
I to Joe Brown than to Wadley, New by are greater which shall the (('nlurt'tlly Pope;
than the New York Central w to iu |IN'rt system ultimately remove
w there does not appear: any indication in',the And tht-D. pro.ratiu the water line from Ha- those over Baltimore: the distance from /St. distwse of Ireland, so far U human un- l'umrtel UIJ&ht. witrt Utter (room

I whole affair that }lr. Wadley win incontinently vannah to New York at three miles of water Louis to New York, via Cincinnati, Uing1.10H ..i.I.lllr folly has u'au-'ttsl! ThU is the same po uje| % gently putilJ them on, the H

I retire from the railroad business! because for milt one shorter of rail from, we St.have Louis a line to New that York Ls 70 miles, or 21<> miles greater to the sea by a problem the solution of which tcm is Interesting shoulder and ') \to pmevrre '

I he has farmed.out the earnings, and than the Pennsylvania Central. Our roads, that city than by l'Ia\'annah-an advantageto to us., but which U vital to I Ireland I; and In opMMting) the secularized f'holl of the o'f.t

Juana emnt; of lib railroad to others. He when laid with steel rails, cost about |13, i is still President of the Central, and may'c a mile while the northern viraL average in mere mention. British I Fj>uin lias hwl her trials and conflicts, the
now busily employed
be looked upon as one of the ruling some placet $14,000 a mile. We thus have Thus it is seen that under this! arnuljUoUlellt .ttelaltl.ll. in end whereof dots not yet"appear;} her /ll1
yet less capital invested, and less to 1181| dividend in w'litvlng empty conquests Asia and vr
'- ;spirits of this new and powerful combination, on. Then our line is open all the Savannah offer northern shipper viaSt. A frka. youthful King, twice hot at, twice ,

1k the moot }>owerful. by all olds, that has vear around, while inany of the Northern JAmb greater facilities than can any other I I hLs administration frequently changed, the

ever been attempted in the south.A line* are blocked with mow ami ice many |>ort on the Atlantic c< at, and a* our special Tit KVISOS KLKVTKW LIGHT. mllull' tl.teJ, and republicanism) liftIng 1 '

part of the general plan of the new, times during, it seems the year.to rue We except have experience every advantage ., corrcsjioiwlciit in Atlanta informs at this I Mr. Edison has l been ('llult'lx'l )by an iu head In many a city and .'rvlnc of

i concern is to buil-l extensive. grain and that we will get very rapidly. The morning that ('ul. Cole Ls negotiating with j I ,\ltri'ar doubter to IllJllt tl jwulLir Slain iUjlf! appears to b entering upon "a

i elevators at Savannah, and .add largely trouble is that there has been a general impression the Cincinnati Konthern, and offer to that kind of test In u"lt to determine whetherhis sea of t"uLt.

. t to the tonnage of the-: steamship I things. The that only'the South'reason U cannot that do we these have road every facility from Chattanooga to "Savannah II )Jh i in )practical value what i U Old YnJlanll. with iU sturdy conservatism- ,

r line. This u a source of immense satisfaction never before had a line'' to do it with. We enjoyed)" 1 hiI U own line, "'C may claimed to I be. that t yield to the demand for "'

. to Savannah, making her not only the propose to do it now." non expect[ to hear that it also )luau entered I The l lot reply to nucli 1I01Itl and urmixe reform, at the prudent and critical moment, '

;: l'rindpalliOuthemtlantic cotton port, but "What" effect will the trade, have- on Atlanta the arrungt'JUt. .t. It will also I lie fIt'ffi. by is the fact announced (In the New York has ]*asecl through another year of bad barrwU .

adding tQ her commerce the.handling of an .. It?will help Atlanta.*;>satiyelr'sik-* reference to our map that hipmenU from journals of Tuesday, the Uh, that a heavy of ,bushifM depression, of Increased ( ,:

immense quantity of western produce. It inK it bat: topil the extensionfrom) Carroll Chicago ran then be made via Cincinnati to Cal in yams stock 'had taken 1loIn London exjienditure t [ hf'ou' tllltJ'tJttrr

; ';:lu&iflS to be seen whether the rapidly ,*. ton to Cliattanooga'which....- would, nut Savannah. more advantageously, ; than"" to..any asjhe, rtul of tho alleged sjKtily sue- of growing popular\ ( 'oJt borne1, I
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E r serious troubles \In Ireland cnusel I by famine; Court, for On. oplniori! .A1! to the. legality of the Tim stock of the Edison company' is now : WINTER SEASON 1879, & 1880. TPTli,, I y ""f
and bypolitics/Bitd s'ili' \presents a bold fron or nl1.ntlO1t. {1. held at $OOO, per share. > ,

V u Jen, ('!;Immlwrlain iiai J'Ilul'Ct'an!' order (lcclaHng 'V 1 GEORGIA, AND FLORIDA A; W. LOIIMANN'8
; : to all enemies and, n not very "gr.iciin* if..f.'tt' THE annual report of the Xiitional 1 Hours

to friends who )boj leave to difler. the state a militia district, n."! igning of Health, to.he submitted to Congress today Inland Steamboat Co.NO

7:' TriuVcFTias"cnpyed IhaJ'k'n'dof! huppfncss;1; "rnmmnnds,' nnd wnnilng the public of the states that complete quarantine cstabliMitnenta \ FAMOUS

I 4 whichbelongto] tic! nation whoso annals: unlnwfiilm-ss! of socinting together in 'I are needed at present only at Uo t
: are 'ditll.I 't) r1n t the! post ye'ar' one i I President armed hodicx.\ ton, New York,' Philadelphia( month ot SEA-SICKNESS I NO OCEAN DANGERS I

f hat been succeeded: by another% am It I is stated Unit the ru.tioni.-ts will pro- Cheapcak Buy, Charleston, :.Savannah; FLOUR

:. .j there has been no approach/ to a revolution, rail to the election of n Uovc-rnor, nnd rumored Hrunswick or Fcrnandinu, Ship Island Time Schcdulr,Taking Effect Tuesday),Dce.23j9 ,

: : and nothing like t the violent agitation i whiclcliaruc tlint IjitniMon! Acting Jovernor, will M Iss.\ and some point on the Texas roa.:- t. ,VHfTil I t i. ,

not )he. ognizeil hy Cliamhtrlain.OLXLRA .
T .' i tcrizes our presidential\ changes. The .

V ;:. : It:, new ministry just established: : ,alt t houli) ,sonic* HXT.Cl.t.. ON THK TKUX.-On Christmas ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND

,:,i 4 I'. what more doinocrutiu I tlmu its iininodiiitc :: :: L 1XTKLLIGKXCK ]Kve: as. the night exprecs on the Krie: Hail-

-;, :.. )Irelt.t'/Icor.( i N, like that thoroughly ami intelligently THE reported defeat of (Jen. Trevino, in road: left New York city, there were seated

:; Q renuhlican, und! licli'1lilir'l" maintain in a car a poor woman ami her two )little
: Mexico Is denieil.QL'IXISE 1 V
6 tf AT OLD P. O. :
}, ,', ;', V f n position" equally removed( from tie children, iigcd about four and .five I years, 12 HTE.UIEHS IIl'11.111"O.
< : is now sold tit :$;:2.P ounce --
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;... !' f' V rl1tIi( ll11II of tin; Commune and the fire per going to the far West. A conversation between BRIDGETON copy| when sent In rltitn "f:L!K)
1 4S IlCr
V' of *. against ;$/;3.7O paid n year ago. the mother and children in which $ : .price of the I'HILADKL.
f ::: f 'i : Imperialism: surviving; lioiiaiiarli.-t' VilLIA'IlKia'I TIMEs, oneyear
., TUB Texas Camanches arc committing depredations CAI>'I'. JOHN' F1TXGK11AL1),
V j' Santa Chun V was talked of, was likened 1 toby to any nlrlrl'1II.C1 .

: V ;?: POSTAL CARl COllIU Sl'o.nJl'\'OB.! in Lincoln county, Xew Mexico. ) the passengers. The mother told! her lit- : 45 o i'cr w py: Wh<'l111f'nt I in olul,. of lo,
Is the price of tin- I'ltlLADKI,.
'V Wo desire to suriire II reliable and responsible lion. HAMILTON Finn lias: heen elected tIe hltl-l' 'l"t girl; that as they were in the DAVID CLARK. 1MIIA I WKKKI.Y TIMKS, om-

51 ** :' weekly forresjKindent for the MSrrvr InV President of the Union I Irage ('luh in New cars :Santa Chins could not give them any: CA1''l'AIX WAHD, year, to any nddrcRt.I11' .

: every tOWII and! village in the State\ and York.IT present because the train was running too ,Q 2 .4J4J: tliejric'i copy,of to the Blngle P1 I milifwrilicrM.. > ) i-V

that end make the fat for him to This statement cast A FTER IIAVINO UNDERGONE EXTENS- _ _._ TIMES, one ELIJJWJ.EKIy
1 ,. tl) following |irnHisition| : : is reported that a French electric light pet on. .tt_ 1VK HEI'AIH.H, are now in FIKHT-CLASS address. ,

1 We,,will forward rr/iilurly to the address: ui wonderful i ill soon to he oxhihitcd a shade of gloom; over the )bright-faced children. UKDKlt in every department, nnd will nny .
power For Six wc' will fend tlirt.t.Popies
V I,, V such correspondent' u copy each of the! publicly.Cot. They wit for some time in meditativesilence. Permfor the ONLY INSIDE ROUTE Service c(;00:: : ( Iolnr I'IIIAIELPI\

Mirror, and the Tmirist nnd Imnittf XinroiiAs IliiEWEU, one of the I oldest: nny a.IlreM postage free, unit %\in'
: ,.. : V In''tf the roiiUmiaiirfe t tlie! ':trr.tirenteit! | iiiil l travelers were growing sleepy. Tears gathered Between SAVANNAH and FLORIDA I connecting the person vendiiifr. IH the nioneva
L :survivors. of the war of I 1S12: died! in Haiti- < hiin
nt Savnnnah with the flrst-clawt :Hteani < | of the ANXAUS OK Till j.
? \ will furnihlil.) him tfiu \p-iAtaVcards' use by more on the 7th. in many eyes as the little ones kneeled! of the OCEAN STEAMSHIP: ('0., for NEW YOUK.DI ".copy A .n l beautifully Illustrated "oi.;

: him fut such purpose' )! sundinthe ramL1; by on the car-cushions to us1!I p their evening ,..> with the 1'hilndelphiu, Baltimore nnd Boston time of WK) plII the reh\1 prii-e
TilE Xew York Produce : )hai HU-uiiu-rw. of which IH
V .: :V mail) from time to time, tit renl.u-c s'.U'h as Kxehaitge prayers. The little girl said : 1'ieae tell i UOlNti SOUTH. V Jollln.WE

have )been forwarded to and Itlll.Ii"I.l! J byus. been defrauded of over &.10om,( by Henj. C. Santa Clause: that we arc on this train going DAVID CLARK iXIIKf>ITATINJIY CLAIM FOR THK;

V "the matter'' to be contained on such Borgcrt, treasurer. to see papa, and i if lie can to put sonic IA-HVC 8nvnnimh..Monday Afternoon, Thursday

t J b cards must be furnished weekly, or as often THK ruse of Fitz-John Porter i is to he taken presents in little Joey and :Maggie's stockings Arrive }f'erlialldillo.rucltll\Afternoon. J'venlnu: Friday PHILADELPHIA

V : as required to report current t eventi, and 1 uji at once II)' the Semite Committee on Militjiry \ hanging up by the car window. Amen.! E"'nln/ol'. WEEKLY TIMES

;tr : consist of local news concerning! weather, Affairs, nnd tlisposed! of.SN The children! then hung up) their tiny stork Leave CITY Hnvuiinul.Tur.Mliiy OP Hid OOiToN- Afternoon, SiittirduyAflrrnoon. ,

hi\ crops, prices, and general Intelligence( wuhas Fn\Nc-lwo, not to be outdone1 by Klmira jugs by the car window. In a few minutes That it i Is the 'Tlhl CHEAPEST nnd,

1 ,' '. : V 1 is :suitable for publication) 1 i 1 i, as cards will!! X. Y., with Its statue to Adam, is: going' they were soon asleep in the arms of their Arrive Fernninliiia.chiy....WoilnoH Morninu
'I'' 'V not be sent to replace! (Mnt.iinIii; matUrunsuitable. to erect n monument to the memory of Kve.: mother. After a pause, a gentleman In front Arrive Jacksonville.................\\'c.IIU'I4IIXOOII.. its ('Ohlll the render will find AL TilE Niws,
4 them Arrive I'alutku...................\\'cdneldllY Evening.iOIXG : ample variety of Editorlll. Poetry, Literary Articles
t V THE new iron steamship !,()";. /IIHl, belonging of "spoke to the passengers:! as! follows : Stories and kll'hl'' Tales Travel, Fit.sli-
: this You have heard' the these ( XOHTII. ion tloswp. Interviews with Prominent Mon.l'lnancial .
i Parties: proposing to accept : offer will to Cromwell's' ; i is prayers of two
Steamship Company, on CITY (IF llniDoi.ToyI Ke|>ortM, Dramatic Crllcltlllill. llolijiiousTidings
: please 'plvc nt least one reference Ihnt little children.( Now I will give $toward smut l
we Auricultural
: u trial trip to Xew York. She will run bet I 'e I'nltitkn.....................Tliurwlny Afternoon. other feature that Joll"te Arlcll'! mill
; V \ may l be iible to act imderstandin; ;. ly In :appointing [ t I'.veen Xew York and Xew Orleans. I making: them happy' \ liemm they wake up in Leave .iHoknonville....................:Tlnirwdiiy NlK>it. C"CI'. The miscellany of l'ln Hpiritcd Illke writniKs IIJpl'r1111', "\"r.

$' them as'correspondents.THE the morning." Ho then )passed his hat Leave Feruiauidltuui..Stuiuia' 3.30 p.m.. Frlthl)'. ill every\'url"I'uld range nulijoct and thoujtlit,
OUT suffering und sickness! is reported Arrive 1\11II1II'h..l\Iondlly -Mornintr, SaturdayMornintj. he maintained I as of old by ntrilmtorn whuHtand
around the car and collected $) 75. He next .
of their
tho colored immigrants in Kansas. at the hl'I.1 "ll'11lil'l.
; S ; LATEST FHOM Jf.II.VJ?. imong bought, some candy, oranges and figs, and a DAVID CLAKK A Fpeeial feature wiiil of(the
The weather is intensely wild. and many Leave 1..l.rlulI1dlnu..Tul'tln Evening Friday AI $ OK ." uraphically writtenby
t The Republican. ttirmtcn'M I test, t the validity i picture-book' for each which with two more Evening. soldiers, 'TiE I 11"lllllh.u vlencriptiveofmvncsnnd ( I
have died from starvation.
f;. I V j' of the organization of the House: by en- exposure silver dollars he }placed in the little stockings.! Arrive :&-I1t\'IUlllfth.\.ednelKlu Night, Saturday events \ ( !!thty >k nn active part, one

f ''J ; Joining tlitf': Treasurer fnim paying mileage: HELEN J. 'V AnD, arrested in Boston! for When they awakened. in the morning and .-On Ixith trips Nljht.1I | South. and North, the chapter These Annals ofhiei hu\wi| .I "ii.1..1 i in.po.ir I MI valuable i in i each uunnil that the sr.

\ V and Salaries'! to members.Jtr. V shooting her mother while in bed, on the their I'tol'killfull/ the little girl exclaimed : David Clark: will cull lit nil way landing Pernnndinit luouu ii.I ""hllt I foiit-iininn I I their 1 (irnl series has
All trips! terminating at nnd starting from l on I immcn.-e s.ilc.
1 H Blalnc had u vl&lent fit ni: ,londayitlght light of December 13th, has been discharged, Oh, mamma, see what SunUi Mans has connect with Transit It. H. Kxprt-Mt 10111 -
'j : I lie evidence showing H ease of accidental Train to and from Jacksonville, and there with
: I the uttemlr.tce, of his found f for because !tit.
requiring; ( phyMlcians us: we! }prayed Steamers! to and from landingon IhcSt.John! 'fmlOXI: YIAI: : :

i r for several It'ittrs. shooting. k i V nliui to'nnd from UainenvilleVaUlo, Cedar Key, One copy. JlJ.tX( ) I Ten: '':,!h'". 81S.INI

U'; ', A Boston: llt'rrrltt'pe"lal of the nth says A RUMOR: f* in circulation to the ellcct that A CHIXUSB: IDE\.-The Chinese, who have etc.above Tickets IHllntll,are nnd Kohl when through Steamer to und City from of Bridgeton nil the- Fi\e C''I.t' UX( ) I| Tw *uiy (iipirt, 2S.iii.: >
An c.I I I'" 1'1)' ;" tie &.t l.c-r i.|1'> 01 Club.
4 : that the military power is' becoming unusually Mr. Tilden and u syndicate of his friends furnished iis with one of the most popular rium through between stiivunnuU and 1'alatku :' TDU I .
imwicMgcri ulso have the choke of going l h y rail Ti '
,V conspicuous I ''although no troops' have purchased u majority of the stock of of our !'Iodut11tomll: as everybody is: aware, lietwecn Fcrnandlna nnd Jacksonville. t-Jt) Tunes Kni!< I'IiLudeljlubt.I3l ,

V have been called out. Mnjor-Geiierul( Chamberlain the Pennsylvania'Kailroad. lint little credits seem bent, in 1itQ"tot )Dennis Kearney, to For Hlate-ltoom! Tickets and nil other purtluularx : IT I OKItAIN'KIi:! I I i h-ti&| > (fomin'o ("otineil
apply to the following A/oI't'III1I1t Oflietsui :
I' ;''commanding the' state troops has given to the report. i furnish us with .some more. One of their $ aiiiinli, On.-Corner Bull and Bryan Htrects, : of the City;That ot'KeiiKtudiiiHiSlXTION no shall I"bo

V ,; Issued u general order assuming. command THE Kelly Tammany 1'adioll.1t Is: said, has old (customs: wits, and,t }perhaps i 15, that family oj>Fernandinii.|M>Nile 1'ulaski Flu.und-At svreven the Kgmont: Houne.Hotel nnd lo within the J.1 of this 1".r..1 city without / 1II'h't

and the ofllco 1 'of Governor and\ ( .liIliiiIiiierV doctors should have Jno.V L. Koiimillnt Agent. .i/CIt1111 wl'itlj(! by the City Physciau or in the
\ informally committed itself to the support PI1ulIlon as they: l'reventI Citpt. nlmeuce iihyHician by the Mayor of the
Jaekm nville. Fla. Corner nncl Pine Street 11
In-Chief, temporarily until Governor' Garrelon's / of the nominee of tho'Xational Convention, : disease and kept' people' well:; and Ir. L'KnRle'> DniK Store. A. C. Lunphere, Ticket City.She. ,
V i that it should he In case of sickness ) 2ml. Th "JIIIIIIIUII for such permit shall
fI- \!, Hticcessor i is elected and 'I I\lfiel.! vhoever it may1 hlq; thus ensuring harmony stopped Agent; A. L. Hungerford, Agent. he In 0111 name, age, sex, and
I and during the continuance of it. To some $t. Augustine, I-'Ia.-Oll the Bay, It. F. Arm- wrlhl/ol'
: He\'l'I%t) -t\\'n members only appeared in the In the Democratic rank in Xew York.PUKHIDENT this may soem rather wise, and to some rather \:. Agent. .place SKC. 3. Tlie {of the shall dwouMMl be Riven pcrMttt.by mild: Phyhlcian -

L .. House, all Fusionists': The House: continued otherwise.. Hut the fact is that physician I'ulntkn Fin.-Lilientlml: Bros & Co., Agents.UsTt'k or :1)'or llrmi, <'rff'lnl upon guid Application
: : POUTER: of Memphis, has withdrawn ,0 : LKVK.
V in! session all the I1tl'rnoon'oltiu for of :Springllcld, )Iat'<., has agreed with" about Ut'IIt'rall'1l1l1l4.'l1A''r Agent. its (' cause of the dentil of
; his resignation, and the work of putting wiid and dcHijtiuitini the place of .burial
fifty patients to give them preventive' advice, W. F, 1IAKUY, erlon.
;i j a quorum1! Mr. Blame denies emphatically nnd flliiiK such pt-rmit with the Clerk of the city,
(ienenil Savnnnnh.
condition and found
that city in good sanitary will keep' them safe and for a regularrate who shall the ,
the Mint' he was' in the J. N. HAl: UMA (111 same to at once rl'r.tt
charge Implicated' be pushed to completion, according to the of payment' and to forfeit Mich paymentduring 11 I Slannger. in a book l>e kept for that puaMHte.|
bribery of Fusion! incmben-elcct. the continuance of any ailment.. At -- $F.('. 4. Any situ nil |iersoim oniciatinur at the
Another member' Clark of has suggestions\ of the Xational Hoard of Health. the same time }Dr.'Ogle, in his able paper' on burial of any p.r..u buried contrary to the, provisions -
\ : MALLORY'SurniKIlllHY of Ihl or any person certify-
IT is rumored that the "Preventive .Medicine( read before the Medical -
I now Washington liif, or granting for burial In conflict
permit t
; : rejiortcd attempt)1) to brlbo him similar to Manchester advised I
Senate Finance Committee will squarelysplit Association ( Knghind, with or contrary to its provisions, Blmll be liableto
V those In the ouseH of Harriman and H\vann. : tl doctors should be paid on something ( \ ) a fine of J.IIl than ten, or more tlmn flldulhlr \v

,p. :V I). C. Mured, 'of Kllsworth:'! claims! the srat.J" on the Hayurd currency resolution live of the same principle-that of prevention FlORIDA E. 'f. KYDI.
ignlng un unfavorable majority report and -ami be regarded, in fact as health otli- President J .
of t Kugene 'Hale. A committee of five has Attest:
the remaining four a favorable minority cers, with jiowcr to make visits.: inquiries! CIIAS. ANOKL
-- City( Clerk.SllHllin .
I been appointed to investigate the bribery etc., without waiting liIll'e.pte had h)4Ohmiesick. A'lng .
.J" -- -
-T;: roses, and a'(,()lIIn lttl'e'of fifteen on the gii.t report, The Idea seems to be a good one. and ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

t :;t. bl.'rnatorlal'vote." A PETITION for the passage! of the bill to yet it has its weak points. Some families : 'S !AI4.=.

return to the freedmen the stolen might come to regard their doctor as a sort : and by virtue of an execution issued
The arni4 taken front the IJ.tngor arsenal money UXDKIt
; of since he should ask good
V "inquiMtor a the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial .
:j V V Ulttsta'Wt're returned to the arsenal on from them by thc Frcedmun's Dank managers many '11I"liollll.III1.1 give a good many warnings .\ Circuit of Florida for Nassau County, on I

I Saturday by Gen. Chamberlain.) has been presented in the House of and prohibitions. H,' this as it mav, it judgment therein rendered the fall term of tutid
-- Court in favor of the Hoard of Public Instruction
1 V 4 V .1oJt Was rumored on the 11th that tlh- Fusionists cpresentutivcs: by ,Mr.{ O'Connor of South I, would if their lie a good should thing,ll'l'l'llllon for doctors the!themselves continued ;...", t' ... of Nassau County, and against Oellrt Billings, ndminUretrix -
\ V (\irolina.THK }pay of the estate of Lilwrty UilliiiRs de-
I would have Eugene: Hale or Prof. i liealth of t the people' considering that the Till: FINK STKAMKKS, ('CIUI'.I.II.1 to me miirecte',i. I have levied upon
t V: Young arrested and brought Into the House U. S. war steamer AVawirjarrived in latter are now beginning to learn the truths: and will offer for sale to the highest bidder l) Kire

I : V to''make 'a 'quor\ m. and tht'tl11.4 aNo anI havana on the 10th, from Honduras; and if number sanitary of science ailments, and for to uvojd which in they tins way formerly WES'rJD.N! TESA.S, Moniluy the Court.llmsusmj of January dour)" ISHt at Fernuudinu( 'In.the ,fifth on the day first of

'V Impression all l1t'thnt the members from vas to sail for Key West on the 12th.: The a called in the physician and in fact to CITY OP ATJSTIN, Mild day"month the following).within the legal( real estate of sale, or oii all said the

'disfranchised' cities would be allowed to ('oust survey steamer' Jtlake will be engaged In without him, in n great degree. And it I In is right!,tithe! < ", dril,1 said estate of Liberty

?S take their heats in order to constitute. a quorum several months. in taking soundings in the hopeful' sign of society, as: well as a pleasmt CITY 07 :DALLAS.ASTK.VMEKOFTHIS 9 in / dt''IUI.. therein, vit: Lots 7, 8 and
of doctors that Block 31 : Lots 1,7 and In Block 52
for the IxMy ;
: old Haliama channel. thing great : LINK: will leave Fer- Low 10 and 12 in Block ; 1,0(83, 4 1 and II In Block
I V this: (Chinese idea is: making itself heard and! ij/ for New York ; and ?; lot 71 Block| 77: U>i I* 6, 7 auntl 8 in lilo<>lt ;)0) ;
On the of the Senate ){ .
assembling on on. IT is stated h hy u prominent Republican (ifClevelamitl hc: mild system of "prevention coming from Xew York.J'ler 20( Ku t Itiver every Fridayfor t. >'<** 4; Lot 3. Block 12; Lots 1 and iu
lay iaorning, President "umson sent in a and Florida at 3 lilock33 I I
Into fashion instead of the "short sharp p. in. ;: and 32'llloc-k 10;
: letter announcing' he had asMimed the I that the opposition} to a third term decisive" mode of tackling\ n troublesome Thin Line, having no tritimfem to make between 3. i' 5. S' Block :1,1.11.2 i 1011., 5, Block 31!; Ix>U I.l.tl 2, 3,

'V duties of O vcruur.. Senator Kills., Waldo, for Grunt is: rapidly extending in Ohio; that disease, when it has come' to a head and JackHonville and New York.Florida otters the bent. and ", ,6. 1. H. D, 10. H. 32. I. 31, Block. Xo.11 .

;;V4 wits chosen President pro trinjwfl; The ('om'mlttec'on all the ierman; papers} h have openly} arrayed threatens to come to worse.. The :-Will;""!! cheapest( truntqiortatioit will receive 1IllCl'ialoure to stluippeN.iruliges in ,lmmiiiit1iis.PHseIsger :. $(utI- lit 1.'lorIJ.the City or of no riiancliim much of said, Nassau real estate County as,
V (lUbenlatOrIkII'OtC4 that
reported heinsclvcs in the opposition rmkl.ll1ul that EllqlIr't'I" will he to satisfy sui.l judKinent.
\, :,, the following votes were thrown tit the elee V .o..n..allo.ul arcFIltSTCMMS. 'J'elnl cash, pun'h1 paying for titles.
V :V; in ) number of rant's nomination\ would give Ohio to the
lion votes .
i t'I'h.'lIIh'r'hot': THE SHIP or Tin FuTt'RE.-After pointing COXE Sheriff.
138,807; necessary C for a choice, m,4H.( Daniel 3emoorucy next fall. out the great faults! amid failures of the pres ollerinl the I"t'rrullltnl" Xov. 29, 1S79
The traveling miltlio are advantage has
t .: F.DuvwrecelvedOS.TU); Joseph L.Smith, emit style of 11'lmIsdJi.. a writer in the.iMfricnn of a PIHET U'U:. U1TJWUT4.NY ) Uwti.
I \ ,j' 47,( .i9;; Atouzo (llireclolli lR44 ; llion DrailI TIIK Xational (Greenback Labor I Party eonerence ; Ship avers that& the ship of the future Connections made at Jacksonville with all hteamboatit February PKTKK) ('ONE. Sheriff.

c litiF)', :-'tiIi; ;, Daniel I.'. F. V.wldIll.. The remainder f met Washington on the I'th. with will\ carry n" ":\lIlto:int-" on the St. John's, Ocklawahn JlAlllal.3th, isso.
V t "V ; are scattering. The constitutional sail ttrl'l1111111 will lie HO and Indian Itivem,and with the Transit Railroad
her displacement:
23 delegates from 23 States, and a committee /11'1.
: at Fenmiutiiiii. all railroad utatioim in FloruU. tu IkebtorH
I c-nididates: are Daniel t F.; Davis, Jo.scph L. well-balanced that if the ruulmlerwere lost or Nolet untl Creditor

V V Hmith, Aloiuo Gurcelon, und fInn Umd- was appoint to report upon time andilace lisubled the vessel could' he guided on her Freight and Passenger Rates Lower "VTOTICK U hereby given that on the 7th of

r bury. ; for u national convention to nominate ,, course by her smills.! The centre of effort of .1.1 beptenibtr.the\ 1879, letter of admiiiiatrutioii
On the of the Senate to hold' t lie than by Indirect, Lines. Wl'l Krante l lo undtuiJIIl1 and he was dul)'
$\.V )projiosHion a a candidate fur President. The gathering i U sail and of gravity Ht'I el will\ adjustable qualitletl aJO estate of (
V convention for the purpose of juulit'yng HO as. to harmonize with the griping influences 1 I1ot.d late of Xttwau 'ale
Joint i designated by u correspondent( of the Rdti- 1k.' Through Ilute amid Hills of Lading to all 'II county.Tliere-
{ the' Acting1! Governor there was Mimedebate. : of the lee line of flotation. The poiumtiu.e. fore.llllllnheif.eredlor.,and others-bay.
l 1 more HUH: us "a motley ('t1l\ tl'lti'ln.; ships of the future will he profitable they Steamer of this JJue nail direct front Fer- Iture wblAtvl aipunst the
estate of the
; )(1'. UK'ke, .Cumberland, made a longspeech J.x-onKsoR: ( : SEVMOUB, wu recently asked will be built for and under a spociuV service, luunlina the lirihamriH-V.IM.4l'liovernnient, \'. I'..anil under are contract the only stellmel'l4 with authenticated,dt.t'aaed.within;. two )'earim Ilreellt from them the publuCation duly-
Vj : in which ho clalmeil that ivrtilicutwisaue scientific principles; they will designed, of thin *. they will
; that laud the II Xuwau. not o
at pier
interviewer what he would do if the b brred.
I V: l by the Governor and .Council tu those by an milt, loaded and navigated. us they havenever W. A. SO lTIIWIl'K. Agent, 1111I0II indeted to II estate tA" requested lt
V' ; pot 'chosen were not legal, and that acts nominating convention should unanimously been with direct reference to their Jo'entlWdinC. .. 1"It'nl,

V passed. by tlurh '11' hotly would not l he recognited select him as the Democr.itic candidate for equilibrium! of stability, the safety of vessel! H. :MAMjOUV & (.'0., ,2-9-law6w FUEl W. HOVT,

by the courts or"by the ieopIe.MeN. i'rcsident, and shrewdly replied} as: follows : ami cargo, with the liven of those on hoard. ---l'ier\J- ,:- East "HiVer' TMANSION-, New> ..York. ... __ :2tf ', ,sIlllrO'cd- _?_'__"_.,_..Adlin, ,lrtor..
veuseis.! will
The rating characterization of- '
PafVer and Strickland replied defending "It would not do fur me to say now that I then be determined by an intcruutional or HOUSE Property for
V tbe legality of tho Legislature, and Sale
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c would refuse tho nomination under such circumstances an I lit ll'llll.Jllt hoard. Tho material of vessel
V kj declaring: they meant as honorable gentlemen 1"1 be steel for metallic, and l U>nt tim- FEn _\XIHX.\1 FLORIDA.OUDEH. >)> TiE >ubrllJ otTer* for sale ten MC.1 or laud
when the for if I did it might lH.-cluinn.tl
to do the fair thing investigation ; her frames for wooden vessels' Under this Levy County Flu.', bctwl"l'1 Ar-
hhould I take place before the proper hat I of thellIl'(' "' '' of redondQ and Ullll on the Atlantic Gulf and
( .despaired ( my party
of mail amijussciiger :M: "W"
ocean India
of the Legislature. new dispensation genius DgWrTIEL W"M TrllL ltirO. The land U all well
'I V committee In advance, and thus an injury might be ctcamer will I I" non-' !nkuhle, and Impro"e. 0 Ienlo. and has a comfort.

V A joint convention wait formed und in theresence done hhould Mime one el!**; W nom lultl'll.". nuke their Atlantic trip. in six in! of the Sovretary of State and MTVeral J in Honey ; l
1\111111 half day. J'eall vine
seven 4E'lUtuntrkable attention given to the Cuielise.The Scuplwrnouiic aud
Council John J). Lam- ; orange to 3
Vj members of the blockade, ts trl
A TKEMExnoi-8:: grain creating ) of
't'ttl age; Mid a large" ritriety riiiuable
i the oath and 'was' proclaimed the .
took Rooms and
don Arched ruwinj 111&11. Connervatory oruanmeamtal subrubber '.
excitement in Chicago The elevators! containing IN hU speech at the opening of the Inter. )
: V the ,sixteen million bushel are tilled, national 1 Dairy 1'uir in New York, Mr. 1'hur- have a quiet eleganee that pletute world. ; L OEO. BUUXsllJK.
; members were 1rt.cntIu> '
Only inixty ) l her of the Dairy .'alrs..IC..iatioll., _."" Mirror offlc .
receive. president Fig.I
that vithuut the and nevefal railroads are refu-ing to 'lrlundiU
and body adjourned >
House, stated that in the t United States, during the Mide touribU. The MANSION, under Ute care -

:V transaction' i f1 f any business.. I The explanation Ls that Jauies U, Keene thercprertentutive year 1pt7.\ 3&1)lllll.lItlOUUt4' of t-heese were, of Major F. r C. SUUBKK-, proiKwea.to retain 1U \r-'i. J|. C. DUUYEE,

About 6 o'clock Monday evening the Hejjyblleans of the train Syndicate, has roduccl{ and {tWUUOOOOt, pounds of butter. -

I :. I gathertxl at the State ,HOUMJ un- : ful'\'t'l\!i the price Ui a point where it U a dead Of this but 3.9 per cent. i>f the butter wasexported mutate give by the Savannah Xeu-i I General Commission Merchant,
while of the I'lu'tn.6 was ex-
: to the FusionUtn. and l'l'1X'OOlll'"l to i )loss to ship to New York, und cannot !K> "THE O LJ) t\V VO H ITE."
known lirted Denmark, with but iW.uoo.OnO(jwunds I it,
C.ut. near R. t.' V
I etTect opposition organization. WghteenSenator shippmlto} Liverpool from New York even total; production of butter exiiortn: ),llO .l"'J. 21 tt F. C. 'IrItER.. Agent. B tp

responded tu the t-all, one was adliiittpdafterwanU. at prcfccnt low freightii, with any 1'1'I/11l'Ct j of or tiny IT cent lu connection with the* : I IIAsoxlc.Thel'lt ,FERSUD1S .FA'; :
( the New York J/ailsuggests that Amercan \ will be a regular coni- .
fl ',' J, A. -I'ke1.11' ChLOSeLLl'readdeut profit. This hurt of thing may b, prevtiiUsIji fact, wake to the possibilities ,.1' Lodge, l' o. 47. .'. ii "
1 fanners ohould OATS.-;
V tahlbhment of the ; up A. M.. outMouday evening. JauiMry 26tU at 7U Uf BAT, COn
C, ,W", Tilden 'Secretary, and a future by ,{tbe new aHontal them by'exporting more and o'clock itharp.' IraiutieiU brethren are fratenuuhr V .

waa api>oljited ta report whether route to Savannah, through the recent railway taking their share of the profits of foreign Iurite4 to attend.rawW., K. bCOTT W, M. Ilti.VrjNu -
cptmuittee combination. markets,** ** '* ..**1' JOHS .\.WHITSKY Secretary. J 013 time 'oweat in every tyle. and at
the Supreme rate,
should ('uUIIlOn V :
; the ,Senate., N L ''- a.1)Jtu.

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II THE ELOtiFDA l\uiutol ,': "VERN'ANtJfk, 11, KLA.

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LOCAL REFLECTIONS.Correspondents: GOVERNOR DREW and his Cabinet were ess." ST.-t Tl; xtnrs.TilK ", Ill iku'l. Fine Hat*.

pecially invited, by telegraph on the 2nd .. I1 (Hark. .1/iVr n 'l'r. Portland, Me., loadingatstoamln'p J. & T. h '(hI hnvo just received anew
... .. i t't.II1I1I.U'.i 1
llnaforc leas rt.'fINH '
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I instant:' to be present at the rercptfon of : whnrf, with cross-ties: form Drew-A stock ot gents'! fine hats, latest
THK Jaik.somlllc rice mill I" III full Ituckl, '::11111(. Flu, for Natal, llrmll. bottom ; j
prices ,
And 1 persons ImviiiK tniHiiipm with this will General (Grant; at Fernandina, but strangeto opera.tion styles
im-ver; Those ties( are for the Natal and Nova Cruz j
picnic dirl'cllo FLORIDA :MIRROR Fcrimiulinn.: pay" no response was ever made to the In. .'? llailroad.: i! --- ; r
Kew Goods.
\itatioii.' Whether it Wlnn oversight, or t'.U't. BOYTOX: the .iwimnier, i is exported InJacksonville. Schooner AYwr 7iV/iY.', \Uogors/ Camden, ; '
., lot tee to lleekcepers.Ik'lievinj whether) the more feverish anxiety of our _. Me( loadingat .steamshipwharf, with lumber A few cases of n W fall goods justarrived .1.
; ? that mnof our subwriljeM" are low t -1 : Y I from l'raii"it Uo.id: (fur New York. and now opened in the City i
ITS of honey, and would keep bees enough to Jacksonville! friends, to have their Keeeption AM: or/'V"-", ..r''lIlth..n.1-; ; +"hrei'rttt.' ) Sthovinor 7': /.. IlieliiinlfiM,, 1'htllllll..lolI, :Mart and be sold without reserve,

supply their own tables at least, If they knew graced( by the tinguisluHl \presence of the tttrl'llut IVnsacola.I'H. Mo., loading :steamship wharf with him together wil balance of goods now on \t '1

-.t.. how to do it, we hays made arrangement to supply Cheif Magistrate( i and his ubordinate9, overcame [ J. I'" OL.\\h has leased: tho,Varnum. her dll"'lll'r11I4.from the Transit.rr, Fiiulrr HI.llirI'W. ( Crawford York.Wilmington hand, l by> .M. )ows.CO.1.11ncl.t" .:\ 711'.\

them the IJul.crler'lI Magazine, n 32.page their natural preference fur Fcrnandin.i House at Oainosvillc.; N. (C.. loading nt stcamsliiji\ wharf .. '
monthly, at only $1f)(' a jrr,-former price 81.50.Hcsldes is immaterial.! The invitations, which with Immbor from Transit Road: bur New '
this we can furnish oil latest! books on were couched in respectful and appropriate MK.[ .J :;u. (1. 1 HKAKUON: : \ ; lia' become. associate York. \ ,-

the HiibjecU' together with all editor of the Ocala Runner.Tnfc Melke I'ostock Mcchlenburg rmNAxi> MAlK I-IRRI'VI vEKKi.Ti
articles! used in !llrijj Mir;> ]""fi. : .
terms, should not have been entirely i ignored. WM. ;&
beekeeping, at the lowest price. The Mugnxiiie '. loading; at :Steamship\ wharf with \
I 1. : yladistnttidtltbrmire( \ ; : rtjnieingInnett.. \ I S|>lritnTnrivntliu| >. .T. (j :XtKusiu f
is full of information for beginners, Anti gives lumber Ilrnmi'I'ransit. Kailmad: coniiuoii 2.1 ( advice just when needed each month in the year.' 1'ntsnenger List. uniforms just t rocoived.TIIK Schooner' /,'/<'*", .S. }\>Hff, Pcniiloton, XovLondon Tur i..1..........Ilrlli".II.'I.... .....IOIC l In tnurkct, f
AVe will furnish the Mirror and the Mainline to OI'IUI.1'.IInt Fair will bo held on Conn., lo.iding Leak ,V ::0011'; "' ('rudo'rurpentiue. In ,\nkt. '
STEtMEKpAVinCLARK, Saturday, Jan. 10th: ) mill with Innili-r i nit Washington; / )D. (C. (.Vttott'-Hcii Islnnil in the !evil L.... 5
all who apply,on receipt! of the price$ .() a year John- Williams: Harry ('II11ahl1n-, U. tf. )tc. the 17th. tu the :iXth of* Fobru.iry.. Ji Sohoonor I:. 1. //" 11,101,1, :Smith. !lm\- \

IhHF.\FtY.u the !sti'iuncM' of MulWy's Line Conihe and wife "'. 11. Henderson, W. F. Nil ,tmiKs OK ciiVM'K; ) or gambling; of any 'ixiilMe.' I buding: a: I'. 11. lluotp millwi'thmmhor : C'orrefttMl KKUXAXniNA liy Jtrs. H TAU, "t'T.: ,
\ 'rllt.
for : l.i 'a m. II .. Korto: Biro: ,
t kind will\ be allow oil at the State:: Fair.A / nod (lanleu Seeds,
will leave l-Ymamlina Thursday insteadof Clewell, 1. ( Mend[ and wife. A. ll.tcheldor VrKCltttiU-ft
( : llrig Km!; ,*, Pot 1"1''', l.iading: \ at Kvad's Vt.OKTAIU.K8.

Friday: bi-ri'tofon and wife, Capt.! Jeflbrds J. 11. H.[ llxtonjMi's. ; NBW paper the. }!tyntl>lran, will :so-m ho mill! with lumber 11I'W; York.llr. I'otllot', ll'r 1"htI..............!40 (ill!1 RO t

.- K\ton and child issued: Ocala to bo edited by 11. I':. Miller. I llrig .l/i.in i, IVtois, |oa !in.uat: \Read's Sw-ct-t Ilh'tO', IKT hlhel.,....... ((10 (g U 75
.TACK l'iANK"of: the Savannah MimingAw mill with luinlioi i'i, I'-'mI :Spain Trluid.id, ('nh\Nlll', ..............10 (IMI (! 2t) Ut
STKXMKB: FI.OUIM: 'I r.:, :Sunday tale : W. O.Loyless TII : lir-t 1 1 number of a new- paper to bo \\'. I. l> quart............ ....... to (f (Hi t
*, paid: 1 tts aMt on Saturday lie had: It. II. :Skeneife: and two daughters '. New How fens, per bushel............ I 75 (o> 2 UtTomatoes
Mfrrill Hart,
Schooner ( Urown
edited! by Mr. Ul'II'atrtllllll, i" 1"11< ((6 nji'poAr I't'r Crate. ........... 0 (M) 000
gone over to St. Mary[ to brcntbc a breath. of \ .I..1. Mason[ and wife, Mr[ *. K. Miller! at (!aincsv'il1o.TiiKgrovos \ York, lo.iding,\ lit IIt'all'lIIill. with lumber rHV IT*. (\

(;eorgia air. )(rl..T. I'. Miirlow\ and sin. )li.)1. K.:. Coat-s fur New fork ,tppksperbushel............. 21(1 c :SO -
.-- .-- -. .-- of 1'. 1' HNhopjind A. Harris 1.lfl".llr huulrcd..I. .. 00 I .(Iii ,
(C. l K. Lmas, L. Moran .. ( nun >
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MB.[ X IW. K.: F.uiitEt, Chief. Knjdncr: ; of the in Marion county, will each .vicld about TIIK: TIUTII Sun OK t's.: --.\ii l Knglisli: visitor \ ('\I'IIIIIUIM, 1.1.1.hllln'd..... ...............:(( :STK\MIK: : FI.olnTIII'; I1.I ', Jan.' 13thJahu : .-
!Santa: t 1 Ke Canal 1 ('o. WUI1Itown: Saturday: one million\ *. t6 our republic says many good and true 1
':Harmon, Win. Heritage: .1. M. LOllg I orange thing! : of \is, ending'a lung; letter thus :- Turk".ollh..,,.......... 125 d$ i no.; '
lie report work progressing:' !steadily on the and wife, J. I"'. Hammond Charles amid MOUK iron I for the( :-.I.lohli's.l: : Lake Kustis America basset tin-world tmLUtygoud exam (>i>i>'iM>iki-li. 7:.0 too '
1'ope l'hieken .. a Nt
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canal. 4t.
--- .-- wife, L. N. Pritchard and wife, H. H. (Goldberg ; Railroad: ha"lIrriwllnt Jacksonville: and ples. Now let her mnko her towns, villages: tin Irown.. ................ 21)) ('f K" )
and country-places: !so attractive as to bo flocks 1 (MI l 125
jior .
RTown piiir .. ,
another ... i
lilt n. !S. I'L.VCT. Waldo (Fernaiidina ):. C}. lUackwell, ,1. H. Hobbs, O. W. cargo is: on the \vay. models for all hullo. This, I Is about what Eggs. I'rr owii... !M (( ) .40, .

is: hard: at work on the I first number of theT"trI' (Clapji\ ) l'ark Theatre Company. vcKsuxVy.i.K han Hoard( of Trade. John wo have continually taught in these col ; IU1'IUtl NKATH.ulcilkn .
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1 roof tmmtyranf, which will appear at STKXMEB CITY OF HiuiHii-rroN, Sunday, Jan. Hark, President.I.; 1.. Hurt, Vice-ProMdcnt: ; tlllll"r( do not kll'lhow a committee Pork...:.? (i) 10 i
could work in this matter! ; but we do know Mutton ......._.. II>
an early day. 11th4.. 1) Wilson and Leonard Scott 1 K A. Winter and Tn'\ I. 101 f4q |
: : lady; Secretary III'l'r. that thousands of ..Iirlhol"14 could bo made ..................,............... ( I I.V
IK yon want to enjoy a pleasant: : drive I to and lady. Mrs Baldwin, U. Hill, and lady. Tin: contractor for" work on the Sclina: I beautiful by Individual effort, without any i IMljl. i .11. Khrn: AC, t'i'II'll''r 1
Miss, K.: J. committee at all. Wo know that many )people luin .. Hill Miss S-olield Miss Jennie hilt Kail mud advertises in IVnsacola far )1"1.11..... \O.t
the beach )[
pi to r. Avery, on Fii t street, think they have not time or money i Id u 1. 11..1..1.............. 1 (n'ti ( N
just: above Broom street wharf, and fet one ,Waterbury. ( Lloyd, Mr. ('ugge vc11V.. 1KM( I !laborers, at one I I.,1111 r J per day.A spend about these) things( mind some few ,who lists i, |MT 11,111................... M (a. B) I
y v.Vuntl.. Mr. Del/orme) tipt. I'eU-rsou. think it !is I but but this Itrununit( Ihl.li"J per HHiH>inult, 1 U0 ( of his nice. tuann.TIIK ., ; foi.ouni: ) MVX, \vlio! could not' ho i.lcntt- trilling occupation ; Flour, por ................ H.VIMIIliiiulny u no
Mr.[ Itresconi )Anderson Geo. Dermott we do knowand 1 I the r\lIt'OIf1t'tllI'! 7 /-//cfi ,/i l .. .
tied found drowned, in I the Suvv.uinec pr >nrrol ....... .. 47n (>thi 0)0 i
: SY. Jultitst and the. Florence, both of Jlrl[ Hamer, Mr[ . 2t.
: hives, nour Drcw\V:" ; HiiokiV nulls, on the I special: I benefit, that t those farmers who .. ... ... .. .
which arrived on Sunday, remained l in port Miss Christian!: Thus. Twewl and lady: W.C. little time and to .
27th I tilt given money beautifying; 11nr11u' l. '%' %I t'. .
until o'eloek Monday[ evening., on account Darby, C. J. Inuit and lady, W, n,. Shad- their grounds are just the ones who get rich nnnlt.n '

Ij of the dense fog which prevailed.TIIK luau, "-ulth :-'lIIith, Jarcdo, Kd.: llojikins, TIm Hrrezf comes,! to the! front with whatit How it (happens wo do not know. I Perhaps: SPCNOIlt; HOUSE i ; f
calls: "the boss orange," raided by 11 r\ it is that tbeso: men learn hlll.il-lllt': industry.Those : ,
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Mrs. Uosrocn: Mr. (Cabul (:'has.) A." SnUth, ., '
: \\\'r\ ..trrn TCJTHX, on her next trip will Charles: Daniel, measuring 15 iiuhcs: in ( ifcumfcrcncc who luck only tut the immediate wants ST. :rI\ '. (nonorA.lloliw: .
Mr. (Churchman
(lien. Hures.STKVMEU and ncres-titles 01'i\ lII\IIl..t. have II sickening
not touch here, but go direct to Jacksonville, : :Sr. JOIIKS, Sunday, Jan. 11th : and weighingounces.; ; : : Cood; time\ of it. Till'111 only have boat t enough J\V.. .1'11 1\tI. Jrl'IIW', :, i

leaving there on the :21st? for Nassau, and returning Messrs.: Hughes; Harris, Greenwood'1. Horn- ', Du. KExvvoitrnv, of Jacksonville: is collecting to work just enough (lir'what is ntodedm11hi TriinxltMit 11\111"IIM.. ( |*t>r | I.IU-rul. ttriiMniikilt '
Fernandina.; Florida no more; and l thus, perhaps, one<< who works) li rlt' &:.11 Ixwinl.11)llm wi-i'k II tt
lueuman, Fowler, Meade, Smith, Jenner, i samples\ of I the best: of orangesto fur I the hl'uIIIof his place' without expecting > t." ,1'MIIIIJ .
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THE. Saturday night train brought Uyan, Hardy, Ainsworth: Uequa, JIrs.ir: send: to tjuecn Victoria( and other in lln- ( any immediate rl'llll'lIIII money, gets ;-

express s'ingtinmMn.0( }. Baker, Mr. McCtibq 'and gland\ with a, view to create a new m.u-kct 1'1'111101"1' work better than another, and G. F. A, V E R .
up 107 boxes of oranges: for 1'. 1'. llishop'spackihg in this. I.l'I'flllIl'Il11I"l'lcill.ht trioli:4 ,
; way : man
wife, H. II. Miller, U. M. MasterrCSc,' for the fruit. .
/ houle1111 1 :!::1'> from the Lindsay l This: may not bo the real reason ; but We are
Orange!; Company, Orange Lake, and from; and Mrs.[ Hawkins, Mr Michavl[ J. T. Xelms- 'I'iir'l'muupa: Tribune has achieved grcnt- not looking fur. a reason The fact enough,

the Cults (!roveVuldn, anti others.THE t k J. I Keeves: and! 1 wife, Mrs[ : Saycrs, ))1'. 1', I'. ness: at lust. It is taunted( I ,with i\pifH.sioii i < and any one win doubts it as u ftut, has:

.- .- -- West, Mr.( \Spencer and wife and I 12:! on deck" of time wannest: commond.itinn, as "II" plain, only. to,; look around him on the ;people Ijivcry & Hoarding Stable.
whose hi.lor: )")Ie knovvH.Gennnntown 7ilr'llrrWls -
Steamer St Johns cleared Friday evening (rtitspoken' '
for :Savannah, having as part cargo The 1"rllluHulu' llnllroad. I'ntnut. "* ,,'- -j.* .., : ,\. .1ItIu.tUEV: anil WAUONN

:2,000. packages oranges, for the New York At 1I1111'I'tillgIf the Board County l'4lt11lIIio"innl'OI Esi'MiitorxTV. complaiiis that its :sluirr1'f A" iiqwiNiV'''the",ttt1l'i IIi1iI.'" III1"I'r( the To and from Steamer nml ,TrnlnK.CMNTUACTS It
of Marion unity/ ,, held! the, nth \ fact is cifed that the \piles: of a )bridge( 1 builtby
!;steamer and 1,000 for the AtlanticCoast (the roitinioti ;;.school\ fund has not been the Unman I'nmprror'rrajan: : were found\ I, ';
Instant, the following preamble! amid. re>olut FOR HAULING, KTC,
Line, about 800 of which went on \hoard, here. paid I over,'fo tlll : ('(lIlht' ,1.1) H'"lrll.III1.1 thrcat'cM after having been driven some 1.11011'IIr.!, to .
Also about 30 cabin passengers.'K were adoptedViiEuE4'lime ,:, Con'i-I procetilings'in, tho courts to coniiel such pctrilieU four inches, the rest oCtfui, wood rue 'NAI.K.IIOHSKS .
,, \ : 1'eninsular lull r.iwl ] being in its ordinary condition.. The! elm

\\ are indebted for many courtesies to 'pany" hits completed\ railway LfK-kloosa payment < .,_ i ,I piles!, : under t the piers of [I/mdon ridge haveU'cn 1UIGOIKS, HARNESS: ,

Pursers of the 1"lorenIlall;,\ of the liridgc- lake railway ulI.ll'rol"I.through| .e Marion a further county extension and to of complete mud- Miss MooiK McOiNM.i, ol' the Jasper" tytlritlfhe in nc more than TIKI\ years,benrath and! are not CAUTS AND! \VAOOX8.
"vet 'Timterially decayod! ; and the ; ,
ton, Urown of the( St.: Johns, and )Richardson: ) the.pa.mo as far asthotuwlt of (Jcala by < Tliiitm, bas.severiiljiori-onnectiiin: with foundation\ IIf, Savoy ,place, London, oak,
of the 1)avidClark, who manage the business! : the itryt of September; 18,*), provided they that "I'l-icV l; Mr. Ii. U. Hhukwoll has done elm, beech and chestnut piles: and, plankswere stn-'J'alt.ll/ CA1If..-aa
:secure aid to the amount of t twenty-five thousand likcvvisp.'und, the will I hereafter ho found In a state of preservation:
of their vessels in u most! gentlemanly ; paK-r| conducted I jierfi-ct .
respective ** slid Htitdle-Klmt HlruH,
dollars: I invcxtmcnt III the lii r-.t: mortgagebomls onl" 1'lr frlH'1
after having been thl'I'I'llIrll."lCl't'lIl'II.( Again, .
1 Messrs. Stewart A .\
and acceptable manner.A i 01'lIill road, to be used only for the by 1I'r1ll1l. while taking down thu old ,walls of Tun- Hlrt'll
.. ._ .
-- ; purpose of :said' extension through. aid THU Onmye C>" ntiliejuirtrr of a recent bridge( Castle, 'Kent, England, there Was

DEXSE KIH, \prevailed hereaboutn from county therefore I he it t date bu)'.: The j1t llnl'r ilnryMl has: just f..ltnclln. the iniddht\ of a thick stonewall u SANBORN & HOYT
llrm'ilcfj That the MIIII of $;'iUM) ) bo nnlicribe ,
Sunday evening to Monday[ afternoon and timber curb which had been enclosed l Ii ur7N
returned I from to Like Okccehohtc.Vil. .
,SJuhii't and Flufrnee weredetained purpose) ) years, and some timber of an IIltlllrldll'11'1 (
the, s-teamers aiding said I extension aforesaid, and thlltI"Mdj H. T. 1' Allen her and WJIOMCMAIVK
owner captain, \\' discovered\, while'dh! girmg for the foiind' iGRO.CEIS
; seeral! hours in consequence.: They of the denomination mil: hue hnddred k
relsntxhmvhig 1 I proreoded 1 to the lowar/umd of "titHl" of n' hoiiiHtut' Windsor which newt '
left the wharf about u'clock ]1'. Ill. on Mon- dollars! each, to immature tWl'nty1'1Ir.4 from thu lake,'and tho finding of the original have tl'' '" phuwxl' J there prior to the year KBNl.i ;!! .
the f. thickened date of i issue, bearing seven per !i'ut-1nu'r-. ,
d.iy, IlIlIll1f'tC1' their departure ig est, payable annually, be issued(, pledgingfaith ; channel from the lake into the ( 'IIII"'-I1- ,

again, bu't by, Tuesday morning it had 1I1111. ;rt'l111 of said! county for! .the pay. h tdieo.: The work of clearing time ijituincl Hoots and Shoen. SHIP CHANDLERS, I

entirely disapi>cared.XOTVVITHT.VXIIJXU merit of!said bond: and Inh.'Tt'lIt.I' 1 wa.s commenced; and imnu'dintely after the A new btock just I'ecoivcd J. it T.
lit it /lreoleed1'hat the of
'--- -- further question: K 'lIlls..
the confiiMon: attending:: subscription! and issue of !bunds. J Lesubmlttyl! )hoiU.ij] the -continuation of the work will -_.. ... ..- ...- LUMBER AND NAVAISTOUES

the changes in our ollh-i,, :.u'ld! the illness; of to the legal voters of said county, and to IM proscontfd. Tho work done on the K 1:1- Some MoreOftlioe .
this end the Clerk of the Circuit Court is .;' a 'II.
)[r. lhirn4ide'tvliu has h.--ii c-jnlined to his. hereby empowered 1 and authorized to order. jnl/nct'ulIl through' I Luke Ok ,'I't'holol.t.'Ia time nice{ French 1 hrhulclotIi) nnl ProvlHloiiH ? Groceries
('1I1noi'lu1I1ltt'hho'ti' tJ.) .* lulf, fIn the! infcJest 'Tweed Coats still hum) anti will beHold .
room for several days,.hit Np now ,"we an ('ll.tiUJto be laid on second Tuesday in on "
are making; rapid pi-ogre ii getting out the March AJiNWi far Uiepuqo, ;e <>f ascer-- and under the 111 red lOll of the Midland I I Com out' much below! cost byoctlS a 4AT" lon'of.I'IUCE.-il" o
lining the will'of the legal: ,"tl.i'ofaM ('01. Allen made of the channel '( :M. lovxfv.Fall >: .
pany. : a map
; S. I'lace'now !sein-
first: number of Mr, D. county &* t.1 thu Hulwcription stock andissuance ... In Store, and to Arrive by Steamer amt l Sails
of the Kissimmee! llivcr on his return
monthly l paper, the TudrA' .and Immiynutt, of bonds aforesaid, and that he a /Ftnter Cloth tqj.V !OO Mules (I"".Hay I M1OO.OOO ;

which will be !Hued. I rc;ulji; i ly J'roiu, the Mirn-r likewise order and arrange the details\ : there! trip Iirrd Brick ;

office and will contain, we venture to ay, of "PO' ni to aseertnin the will of tumid )legal; i ; ZIlotcl l' : Mi ,JtiVi T. Kyilil tire now receiving their 100 CI.Ulel; 1 t
voters!; and that said( election he held conducted : Arrival. rail tink"ol'men's': :yoiitlis') nnd liAj-s') lot Kegs ra11N; ,

more fresh and \valuably matter concerning' and! the result thereof be ascertained I'umiuaT.-Jt: Camp'i Washington, Mr. t clothing, which they oiler nt very low 100 IlurreU KKKOHKNK OH 110 fire

Florida'than any' lI'Hl'ution) which -has appeared in manner and form" as all.other; ehftions, Mrs: A Findluy, Jr, S' T, ((flaw UUrui-b, .price: pruof 1 i-u. gallon on bouj-J, tf m41i '
for a long Hume; Those who wish to with :such changes as the circumstances may .Wjfgajul till Id, JrooklvrijCaJiicMii-IIi-niii-; | : : Ilt

the regularly, should apply at reipilre. dtiwl), 1.1; Mrs K It Burke, lust K Imrritt, 1'1/ril J"i-wh T-ecn. A large Stock of receive )paper Nassau, X H; C 'Tabb niisville.l Kv; MrsDreenleaf FOB HALK-A Hue lot of young Imddml trrrn, cry l.r.tw.rf. .)r C> once to H. S. Place! l''crlmumdina.L : Council 1.ro(:(' dfn08. Mn' Unndeuf.. ,St Paul, Minn-; prliK-lpully the t'"rty TnrlIU i -.-lli f'HII-to,Ken Illd., ,, Oll. HIi l YarnWte.EXTIIETELY ..

I -' FEKXNDINA, FIA., Hl,('. 17th, 1K7D. )11"41111 1/wr, II'IfH.II"lhtll', )undas, nurii'a May Aleiauil, Ainwlru, Ac., with Oilier
,1 Famous Trip. Minn Just M Partridge, Jlld'HIIII'IIII'j:1111; :: \ timid riM-n In mu-cvmiuit wlntrr.( For trrm.tIMlt 1.0' FOIl AMI1.
; ;
.' mndl met at,the Council Kooni at:the ; ... '
left this (J Jones l'ortllItoll.\ O H S Sweet Savan- / iM
The j-teamer City uf Brldyeton port regular hour. l'n'I<.<.. |(WM. Artlu-r Alui'liua Co., Km, Mend onlrr Ht .'K', or (..1 end esatulue before
: : Joint J H l. M.ISH
nah Ja-s K
and : Toxits inuir, "
Friday last at 2 i)dusk }p. m., on ur- .lun.h/I rl.ewhrre.
on Cotindlmen Winch, Daniel Ilaxtcr, Samuel Mary[ I..iimar, I' J 1 1-amur, Augusta, (!hi; W i
riving/ at Tybce she put her northwardiMiund ]Brown I'. )(. )Miildletun Cluw. AUJ(! T 1I1.w'IIi.\ W. V Churchill, K Ditlman, tlull"u11( SANBORN &HOYT, .

passenger: and freight on board Uie The minutes of last meeting were read and Sew York; J I' Yerkes!; J C )!t'IHII' and wife, An election fur Clerk. iit nil 1 Troncuircr Second St., Fernandina.

New Turk j-teumshty: and proreeded, Jo ; Philadelphia[ ; H I, Williams, St l I..oulll; JnoKallahan of City Council I will \lie held<< at time City _.e. _r .\

Savaniiah.: Returninghe went to* tIll tn appnmvtwt. Toronto; A lUtholder: und wife; MHi'i liiil'a itdJce, on Monday, the ninth J
A motion t tu instruct the chairman of the X II; J H Kxton: Mrs[ J .\ Kxton: MiutrrKit ofl'chruhryiiext.) St. Mary's River Packet

coming New. York' steamer ,which, was lyingat Finance Committee; to buy one dozen street -.n,.,J li Prince, Cinclnnatj; 11 II 11-; ] day fly order of City Council, .
f, Tybee in a fug, took off the Florida ;luLs- and carried. frey, Nanliville. Tenn; K: (I III.U'kwl'll'a; '
I arid freight went I back to her wharf lamps met with a xccond was J H Ilohh) O :W K-ngers: thereon her'trip 1JLH \\.tn., Maxwell: c'ountyierk<< ', Vr J M lrslg awl wife} (' dragu'thums; S K Edge: I''ct'nuntlinh, Flu., Jim 8, 1880. ,

inSavannah' and left tiling papers!' in U i lull tit Thctlty'vu/J. A. Knghuui; Dr) H Jt-trnriU! N Vi; Mrs Cco D J M .
half 11 clock;: a. III., on Satunlay ( : New Fall and WlnterVGood l
down, at past Kllerman, amounting to $2.4(*>, was ordercil Wine !hfll) and daughter Cincinnati; Myron io
here Sunday morning in O Kicks and daughter, Young town, (O; I>'('
arriving .. I J. A T.. Kydd are now rec4hillK'ry
lain in f ia: tlf.m' ( .
) I ant! t Scott wife It Mfthony N 11V Ahoy i THE STEAMER FLORA
with the down train on the ; week of Fm'IIanti' Winter .
time to connect lnrju tiiuuont4 .
Hill of Thomas Stewart. for hauling ong I list, (la; < 'I'! Jerry C C Drown, ntrMi 'A. *
Transit: nOI 1. 'Tlild'M* >a+ ;good ti'uie. raid load of' w oil fur Cmincil I lloom, ordered ;i J oil OJ!. goods, dry K"fJI'-s'' dreg good* fldth CA1T. .HU'S ICUAUU OX,
.I1' lint and bout,, nUl'l shoed
close connection both way>v u"l ir.u I int,; cap, ,
pull ; 8i1 lJnnt. 50 ceut.s. ; MAJTHIOS HOVHE-H H Hvvect, Havannab; the HT. ) ItlVUll lur
which Helling at the lowest on >
,. feather in the cap of. Captain- Fitzgerald, The ordinance relating to burials, on 'mix Htvtnxon I,, .. 4 +-r-7-t .1" wo.-/ I A A Hrown, Flu. ; Jamm D Cullii) (JII'.t.\ M IVr- ItIl\rht pr/cer/ ; .. Leave Ht. )1")', every Jtomtujr:mi Tliurwlayluoniliiir
don read IU title and l&a.-"t'I1 iU M-C. i -VV1'nimauu
Out .
LooJi i kin., Win II Vf liable, Atlanta; Jaf Millor al for.PrriiMullim and will Ifttve
of and reading.: / P Mutter Dr McCrindell Mr 'ulll'U- Y.rl..tiue t>. nt D a.m. fur C'mnp 'Ik.ley.u.1 .
A gang of HfimndreL!* mammq wjiom JviveJCJI St Maryi;; luiwllnic* on the river.Urlurninjf .
recognized as prof**tonal gimndslenlandFwindlers On motion, the nIle"1'1" waived l and the : Juhui(JIJ, uWurja; J Hmall., Orange Ijlulf; Ite openel1 Monday, October 2Jtli.( .U Jtfrm Tuly llll. .ldYrI8 r. entry
I rliuwipu i, K: ri Il.'ot, 1'rwviiU-u1 It 1; J. Ma'( are Operating at various ) mints f) J try: ( : j' >ick; A llinlinian t4avannuh;; lily> Durant, usual rutc'9 Oil K'eitiwiutlayr mill Huturtlay will leave 1 t
A nwH'm"JlJt carried to instruct tlie"Mur- )I"ry'.t *.:') ..m., mush ton fluirtere l 'Jr
Baldwin <
it lU a4 ptt-L4lly X J Antoine Somonunk! Ill h
along tlw Tnta> e. t I. Albany Ys; :, ; To the citizens of Florida this instilulioti fUrnluiM to
l where placanli liavV'l>ee"n i-lltt "warning hut to enforce the Sabbath) ordinance trictly, J'lIrktllt'atre C+sul any. X Y. jillurUfi/ every: facility,near homefor

them. On Wednesday >V) further I lmlni- appearing the (V'pn.dl % '
the public against: tho thorough education of their VNODZS .
A "Farmer ,
i last, a gt'ntlemun'm mutt with his family atlJMunittl. Competent daughter. mutt other puiuU of lnter. .lu JI .vWully of
and having ," T. KVPII, Can learn tit. .U e Gainesville
Savannah to I.
from IVenident. of <-ouncl). the uuiftagtaiem' of oiiW ot th. l mt .lluul l The Singer Seu-lny Jlacliine.Mr. .

1; on his i>erson a considerable amount of Attest : l'wolaU.Q\ $: ", fieoriiaon the hi. Mary'* John Mackenzie has taken theagency 'QUth Sills L11

j money, was: surrounded by a trio of theserogues eu 'II. ASOEL, Acting City ( 't'rk. I Uivtr, >|)|x';'ile Keniandiiui. lion le, ui, (inif leruent of this excellent sewing rna o

a.' h,& was i sla>ing" from .cui" to ear, *, tie; a new dwclliAf li i,> ,.jttif,rtf A chine and U furnish \>y MALUItY'H LINK of Meaner t all point.
now prepared to
I the ht. Mary'a. New
:! and roughly hustled about, but fortunately TUB "Fluntlb'Awlsietinn' itf Veterans of man who uiMUrrntaiKl" the U&IUt'I.., of fruit ijUj'pjfpJicH lend repairs nefewary for .York awl Ktvuiuuih eo.wt

i the game was interrupted )before any damageI the, Mex5t4Bi-Wur" wa 4H-gaijizeil at buy tree* will W ifiveti'a'gowl {.haw.> ,A Northern; it. He elU the needles j at 5i" cents A Mark .all. fJ.t ofHtetuner Flout, Vu.tuslilta. .

I done. The \\nvellug public ll do r ell) West on' Christmas hay An WIJu"lt-d: wen knowledge desiring of a$pac Houtlteni where,aicnculture.a.411 im,gain In|a a perfectfUiwtile Of.jf dozen and nil other ,article) ut the I llussl luuoLUul.ftlr Yitrseugere. Es\r

be on the watch fur these! fellow, nd.asa I.meeting will he held at Jacksonville duringthe priced established by the* manufacturer, .aioiiicU .m fr.thus. very ,
to .
will Iud tltU a icooj nod )rotUl! >le poliUI ( Ive The 1 out szligattx.
friend suggest tu us. be ready thesjjgite.t to! act State Fair; in 'Fejr a17tr A JU,',W1ie
i-roiuptly on the defeJlliveUllon walio..-n' Prtfideiitfand 0.'J. Park'tr. kelp In\ hls own Cunily,wo moth the bettet. the insist complete. "machine in the further IDruuton,.apply JtlCllABIWON to V
.ktnoiL-tratiOn, without :, ': ..... 1 L
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-aem-tan' V.
;r': Apply at Minor oflk*, ; ,
-.Zit of clergy to ;:..... .. '>i., V.1'.. .II' ""' ," ., Zl tttd! 1A


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Oroci'r. till( Ship i}) (liaiullrr.. .. ? V/N/

HKM.Kll t.V

/ HOLIDAY GIFTS It I i ir.Aini.I.HUS: .

1. '1'U1 ii.it. MM:, "
f4V. for :B. P. AVERT\ is CO'J Komi
AND rED.411 Kir

52-tf FEHXANDINA. FLA.. Offers to Lessees nUll Purchasersft ,.
-- -
: Hair Vigor A1nhts: cv Fits i;\P. A full stock has just I been received, and every Department: i is replete, with I :ft large number of the most eligi-i-
bin l> anti desirable 'Lots ttnitnblfor t
CHEAP, USEFUL AND ELEGANT; (GOODS fur Holiday Present* inFancy
Bakers and Confectioners Business Purposes, or for City
.Suburban/ Resiliences.: :

Liberal) Discount. Values ill- ,
'is a most agreeable] dressing, which OlG.\ us AND) TOBACCOS, : : on
is at once tlarmcss] ,atul effectual], for preserving (lowed to parties cnpigcd ill !timmifncturiug : ;

the ]hair. It restores, with the TOYS AND FANCY:_. AUfil I.KS. Goods and Notions. or industiialutrrjiisi 1 \/' I
gloss]. and freshness] of youth, faded or gray, _f3RVFUDIX: :S, KNTF.RTAINMF.NTS! und who will eject on the property) pur- I
light, and red hair, to a rick brown, or deep' PICNICCu'Dnlie'l? ivi I ilie.ImrifM II-,lice, al' chafed ,substantial irJlp elllcnls
d black, as.may be desired By its use'thin KOCK.no( }} I TOM) I I' ICKr.t: : for rosidenc-j: or in +which to con

? hair is thickened, and baldness often A'N G ] T..'f'o4 )1 A. 1C.I: H'j, BLACK CASHMERES A SPECIALTY: duct their I nisi], ties( *.

a though not always cured. It checks fallingof INDUCTN; ) l FN'l'S TO MANU

the hair immediately, and causes a new '- enln...r, rtrcetopp- .. I'IMI.Office.II -- I.'usUo pox.etWu quality Hint price, and will cUllllmreJ"\'Orlhl| )' with Niniiilra frwn other title FACTURERby Mcnnption for

t growth in all cases where the glands are E. DOTTEKER) ] n ferm of years from' luxation, offered
.' not decayed; while to brashy, weak, ort by the several] cities and
4 I otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality tu Special Goods! not in stork am be ordered through us, thus nllbrd- towns. A
i'CI'"II ud 1 un. Flit.,
p J I, and strength, and renders it pliable.] ing A SAVING TO THE CUSTOMER of Expresw; :and! other C'htll' l'I.! Al GEO. D. GILUHIUhT,
The Viaon cleanses the scalp, cures and DEALER IXIT such orders carefully !illtilAT NEW-; YORK PRICED by our resident buyer3T. A gw1 L \

11 prevents the formation of dandruff; and, I N I: ''I reOffice: Railroad Building, \
t t; by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing db T. :-YDD Fcrtmudinti. lf .tf
___ ______.. __ .. _
it heals 'H
if all of the
properties, most not )
humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, FJln t; i I J} G[''otfl'i CS II I 1(11)]( LI'isioIs''to' \' G tf Corner Cculru'nnd-!-Second---Street! THIS IOUIHA

i )keeping it cool], clean, and soft, under "

!t which conditions diseases of the scalp and Cvislomf rao 1111 roly upon getting Choice tlouda, a* I THIS: SPACE IS) RESERVED FOR lAND AND !IM IIGRATION .
hair are impossible.] nutbiuK 'hut tbo ,

,' As a Dressing for Ladies'' Hair 'FINEST: URiNDM C.A.LVJN': O-A.3E3L: Company

,, : JThe; Viaon 'is incomparable.: It is colorless are keptln I etnrk) ., j Jacksonville Flit
.- .-,.. -*,- -.-. :. .-".-- ., OFFERS
contains nelther''oil nor'dye and will "
inuclo .
For Good) Cunti'iu
i .
,not;doll ,white..,cambric, Imparts' an ]Ic111 LK WOKKK. 6oo.ono .ti't' .k

: t agreeable] and )lasting perfume, and ,as an BOOTS ANDSHOES

? article for the toilet it is economical l aud E. 1). ROCKWELL AGENT FERNANDINA. Of the niost ACCESSIBLE and
'unsurpassed., ,in its excellence: DESIRABLE lands in the
r1, I

Prepared by Dr., J. C. Ayer & Co., e ---- ..IBIt. STATE, OF FLORIDA,
t ; Jut
,t, Practical and Analytical Chcmlat. lt.'ltli'f4:' & 'N only $1.25 per acre to new set- 1
Lowell, Mass. 'I : :' t tlersith" ; the privilege of selection -

BOLD DT ALL DUUQQI8T8. E4BnTWllxAE.1i :. in i 1) uvels" of .!\\I'lln'h' : or more. :
These iuudJlI'I Im-ulnl.) and
r I \ on I
O. 'S: 'OllJJESn" CUBES uilj.-UM'iit. : tt' the lint' of thu Atlantic I

xP.I Gulf and. Wn.st In. ia Tnuihit

:t. oJ' Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Fever and Ague, Catarrh, Co.'s/ H.{ K., CXleudil 1 g from Fer-

:; do to Female.. Weakness, Neuralgia, Rheumatism' D'RptpsiI.oide., ) nandinu( on tint Atlantic, to (Cednr

Ache, Bilious Complaints, and any Disease arising Key, on thu Gulf coast, thus affording ,

><' John: 'MacKenzie's, lt, .,..: from Disorder of the Stomach or Blood. to the producer cheap, j
of ,. constant and rapid transportation: 1"
Price<< One Dollar. Sent by mail on receipt of pl' cc.
,. to the best markets.
I / County Undertaker First Store on Centre Street, niar Hall- Liberal discount to Dealers.UEO.!. "

\ 1 .. Road Depot) >> ,. 4- .r:> HUGHES fc BRO Agents Tho belt of, country traversed (t,
by the Transit R. ,,11. embraces
,,' ,' FERNANDINA, FLA.. No. 11VcstBaySt.eor. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "' ...... \
.'" Oonitantljr on hand Z7.tfSTIIEETY_.,_"u _,___'_ ... EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL .t

& UIIOTIIKU, to be found in the State '
a large

f f lT.AALI9\ J BURIAL*. -- *-* *- ,OASES* FE NANDINA. FI.A.. &!I !iDlt'l Ntw il l proportion being peculiarly adapted I''
Mannfiu' turer*and Dealers in Cook and Parlor to tne culture of SEMITROPICAL -
Wood ,
i FRUITS and Enrly Vegetables, ,
)In Rosewood, Walnut and other. ",00(11. Stoves, ,Heaters, Ranges, Tropical> : and Semi-Tropical>> :Fruit Trees, :Roses, :Deciduous and Evergreen, and The Large, Compact Bodies r/ \'

r r ..tJ-NDIUrrAIEU'J.Oons'; ', Tin and Sheet, Iron Ware, Roofing Shrubs and Flowering Plants. Timber make these lands worthyof )


IIIt J .:bbi1m1nao :mono,, -I i IBo a large consignment Stovca. ; TREES MADE A SPECIALTY. STORES. l
SETTLERS purchasing

fc U1WML1 iea exhumed$tutdeIto.for removal.'t *Safety-p : guaranteed/ .'I' :THE. "(;, Olt!$' JiwEI ,' land from this company are fur-
Order by mall or telegraph will receive promptattention. "Send for Descriptive Catalogue.. nished with entire
,,n .. I* appropriately nauml- la a jewel We WILL free passage on
Uemember that I: am oppunea to high pricea. NOT be uudernold, AI'BEIIT I. BimYELL. the Transit R. R. for family and
My Corner 3d and ASHE ata.
4 fl effects to the station 1'
Ian 4 SECOND STREET! WILLIAF. ,WpppJr., i-ti Jacksonville, !'ll.IND1J. the laud purchased "I'
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O. S. Oakes, I Hewsdealer, Bookseller, '''Stationer, $ I&I.'L MONCRIEF HOUSE rived TITLE by grant COMPLETEbeingde-from the United

DEALER' FANCY ARTICLES, States and purchase from the

BUiLDER 312 Centre Street FpXAMVA' FIJI
Shelf Papera. Picture Krampa Brncketa, Lampa.CriHiuet ,
;, hfanufacture.KOULDINGgsUf&CKETL Seta. Ilaud. Olakara, Cum b., lirunUei, etc. JACKSONVILLE; FLA. Descriptive MAPS and CIRCOIARS
} pupvterlva la great vari..t).. 0\1.". Sowing Uachlue F. R. POND, ,Proprietor. mailed ,
8V\VEP! ANDiTI1RN. N, dl"., Oil, etalIdPPE1t application.. V
ED' \LUSTEHS, NEWELS:: STAIR lUlLS .- IXKaTANnS........-- 75 Centa. TERMS $1.50 and $2.OO PER DAY, SAMUEL A. SWANN,
WOOD EAYES-TROUGH3, B1IEATU \'its ANXK' CLA11KK, Shop sit tutted. S mintttes walk: urst of Depot, According to.Location of Rooms. Land Commissioner.
t rtoomso. JACKSONVILLE, FLA, -.- .
.Dealer III the chulceetFruitVcetablesCarfectcnery
Make THIS located, and having been renovated '
STAIR AND CIIUKCII WOKK -- throughout will be kept a* a flnIt-cl_ house. Garrett &
,{: \ The Proprietress, having had experience both arnes
0 TIJTANUFACTUKEB OK North and South,will pairs for the ,
fpl (A'gPECI.tLTT.. Bpttre no comfort
.... a s'.. y j of her putrona. in waking the house home.
: DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES.OF ALL SIZES. Jto. &o., IRON AXD BRANM CAKTIXGN, like an any in the clay 33tfCentre 00 IV. Hay St., I','
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Poat Office. Bos 174 !Furnaudina Fla. Third $.trevt. betwe u Ceutro and Alachua t Ktreeta., IIIOX rilOXTH AND FKXt'KN
Jan 4 Ft-rniudlu tl... 7.IfNASMr'U' Street: Millinery Jacksonville Florida
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1 sure hue t.helU'1lut auortm.ut of M 4CH1NERY J"ell of the Goldtn Stovt.HAHDWAHE.
t PAT Elms lu the state, and can fill moat any or. ;1IIr3. I7" A. ;1l1)IJAUGII
Iron and Brass Foundry ,FOR YOUNG LADIES, tier without parties !> }lug for the extra expenie.uf Ha cimsUiitly Otl< han>> a fine selection,of the

t,' 1 I AT putterui.My Marblue. Shop I. 'uruUht with the latest newest styles in DRK-S AND SHADE If ATS
t ; Ferunudlnu, .' Florida. improved tool. which euabica my ,.orka *n to bur Ladies! MU.vs and Children; KIHPUNS
.1 .r urn out work with the greatest dispatch,and at LACKS; AM FLOWERS: also, Cents: and ,
:, : IAOII'INJ.J: SHOP.AND A THOROUGH KKOUiIl: EDUCATION.' RPE. tbe lowest cash price. |toy.' hats ol first Quality. Call and examine. DOORS
t .. Agent Mrs. M. is fc, the Perfect Fit. ,, ,
I --- ; hlUSO anti Y1tE,CU.YurCiroular.addrew. CO..and IIn turnlah their E. OIoI: DI. BOILEIl agent r Domestic"
'4',11'. : REV J. II. WYEB8.Fernandlo and MAW.UIU8 I .t abort nolica., ting a-'j1-bi<>os. No one shou'd fail to try them-

t 'n _ui :, ..L MURPHY. _. ..4---- .:..: .... T' -*. Mla-. : Aluo. JUU and O"KNOMTLEV'r1 CELEBaaTEn: STEAM' STEAM HUMPS OOY.ERNOH8 kept. ; .......-....-......-._.. ... Paints, Lubricating ,Oils.
F H. CIIOSIIKK, 1 couataully on hand Cud a Id at Manufacturer Treatise on t
U,i .','.. v'"t: ;, '' Proprtctor.f pricpa. freight added Orange. -
GUNNIITI.-, etc.for. .addrea further intormatfon. Price I V JaIL U (KND.Catlng-: .BT. T,,W,,MOOBE. BED'O: SAFETY:: OIL A SPECIALTY. '

f I. P O. Box 805, .lack.o tville. Fla. valuable work Is for sale at the.office of the
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; Steam EnginesSuguriUs, and all :Fourth. .St., tat.. Centre- anlFEKNANDINA... I. THIS.. Price 60 reotaThla -
FLA, i A G. > LL. U the only treitianwri'ten for thla artlC1l.lar Si-KCUL AOKUT. F0.
h> "'kinds f'1ill Machinery>> built Quna made to order fluca and Pi tol bought a-ctioo end till it glv a lof<'ra>aU<>n that will MABYIN'S RAFEC.
aol or airkautfitV Work to iron or.br aa don. aattu'low..t :, BOAT' BUILDER, b.of value t 0 the"r&Di. grower in Loulaiaua and I MABVlS'etAMRM MONEY DNA WEB.
tk aud Califuanit IU author ia OD" of the most aacccaaful IPrtc. fA 601.
,: pri'-e I ocka repalrvd key fitted.
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All order* promptly attended to. Jat-Uouvllle,Florida. orange grower in the State. JACKET SHIPPING CAN
Work not called for in tUirty daj-n will bo Auld for I ---_. -
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feASD sraiorpusdiUALiTy is THE nuLE. "r.11"1"111111' C. FORD YACHTS; GUNNING SKIFFS, NICE ROOMS rent low in men a&Tin low Rooting flies. sad Outterlol t1 akllled work.
ART,corner. of Centre and Third 2J-&I .
'''Or.iera'from distance will receive caretul'uad ;RSTlST, YAWLS STEAM,, LAUNCHES. BtreeU.Alao. T JACKSONVILLE- FLA.-
.** "" "*"* the oeoond story above Mrenra.Sydell & .i\.. ,
: /'yrompiattentloa Fuurlli, street. iielWeeu; ,<'eulr. Every description small'craft bull to order Ilrow,comer.Aah and.Third P irrete. .... MienIelenM.AdanuBrooklyneveminutes'
r> SHOP-DAY 8T-, SEAR, TUB SHIP YARD stud Alucliuu Nlrt.*vU,. 11 the tiral etyle and on |b*moat approved mod Appyl.o oar""* wl rota the sirpw. aut acoouullodate avow I
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In 4to f tt.. ", 'JtckionVlll! *, Fla. 1 elf. FEItNANDINA1' FLA. .u-u_ .. -1 r Let y the Cit111art., aeigtDprlaoodyeryPleasant style.. Roollla large ilea and
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