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 17, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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System ID: UF00054505:00036
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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\J)5; : )i .1 MOTION TO STltlKE OUT E If the selection of their legislature: does! not iu!"is. of northern capital to invest in this tal: of about seven million dollars, which hints Itl.vtus with having nut off his brother, and.

.} 4r I: 4 PLUniBVS VXVM." belong to th lII. Once in !six year. that legs line, under. !such adverse circumstances: additional never failed 1 tu meet Its c'iitafi'iiu'iit. promptly that Illietu in (,IIl'II'I'1.olM| have "I
and which will control combinationof
'f.'!;,;. ,;} Our fathers, the founders of the Americancon.stitution lature: chooses a Vnited :States: : Senator, andjust assurance. of the intrinsic I value of ; r. .ads a little over two thousand miles in hl't'J !'llril'lcllu\.1 it not quickly I appeared 1 :,
,' }\' " {: ,:, motto of this republic a very significant forfj not once only but in a thousand l \\ combination. tin lhii"t countries: in the fait) ("I States .- Tritus, HiMik I., page j is.) mir JiKnleniVilmleniH .I
\viil!. liu'r nitnu ; contains. / lie( titan "trlu-
o'a: muln, expressive of the manner in which points does it touch the interests! of the individual i : tins chuged that this IHUH! came I
: :1'111: <" >:n! litmus for (lie tnaintuinance mill
t. .,,, :\the nation aro!"e and in which they expected. !state or em 011I 1\IOn W"111 h. This TAXES O.V 0/M.V/: fWUn:.'. imimlmuirulcut of the propel of the Central back! into the Internal Improvement Fund ,
i. 1l: It to grow : phallus 111111IOlt'\' coinixxeiltimny. novel theory, carried, out legitimately: would The OrallJ.l''Ollllt /.'<';><>r/c/ ttl\ a uirefully itailroud. It i ish'heved combination wi'/A i/l COHIMII, cut off and 1 might have been :
:ct' 'oj There is nothing sentimental in lead men to turn over the whole business of l'rl'l'lIrl"lurlld l (, calls attention! (to the rapid by a large increase ni through" hu"inc<'s, wilia'l !tmcriliced I in {'conrHMpueneu had i not quickly .
,l ti-! iunmaol'IHdh1'utnpanit
..I't ,#'Mlle motto ; It I is marvelously !sensible and government. to Congress! and to the Presi. increase of the hUI'I1c.'nlllt'taxlltiIlIlUpulI. the \ni.tttri.illy: : :+.. t i present appeared that said bond never had any eon- ;

.' { : comprehensive in its brevity. Short us it is, dent, assuming: that while we cannot trust! orange! lands in eonselucnct'Of. the increasedassessment \\''t. Wvnt.KY.: President.! puns. After that day Vibulenus w. : called '1

""iJ-, some modern reformers find this creed too the people of Florida' or of SewYork to valuation following the improvement 11 will b' wi fr 'mi Mr.: 1 Wadley's !state- '( ";><",' which mean '(lit oil? Whether. ,1 I

!'!"j}' .long', and propose to !'Itrikl\Ul1t. "t jJuribut," elect by their own method and In their own of the binds and) the planting of oningegmvi iiiont that the con-act: I 1" so fur: front being): ell'. lkoctal hereafter be called Vibule- '
s&.; ,'; r",,and. leave just 1IJi ",moral," believing thatHfflLJf way the: ofrlcinls( who arc ti. rule O\'l.t them, ': ; and it argues as follows: alrasa'ofthcl''utr.tl. Road: that It Aiirr the tills or CouiMin' I Is n mutest ion which the

>unity 1 is everything I ; as. if unity could c.xKt, yet .it i Is safe and wise to trust. some men or No tax should be laid upon the capital Invested CfiriMKMin full ) .v.*rm.!nn of all the "assets"of 1PIIIIJIU:
j[. tic he even conceivable, without plurality same clique at Washington, who are warily absolute( as such profits., because, contingent.a tax I Is to In come 1 Orange) IIUtIII' the maul This fully cunlirtn.tlienillninn) And lie "Ollh\cC : Iltt'r, In the follow' ,

; <,,16;)) In urging this proposed emendation, the and adroitly Using federal machinery to enlarge county $.'!,IHHI invested in a grove does, not wi' expressed: in our hist t issue, that Mr.Wudley lug enustie. win : :',
;, it New York Times has lately taken a I leading and perpetuate their ow i i powers.' ( begin'to: pav at once. No matter how :small has never had any intention of retiring "I have now enumerated nr/i variation

.; '"." part It has been said that the suggestion I If the people cannot be trusted, it i is plain a lax needed is laid. in in th,' meanwhile and it thereby nYlu'tsthe. ..... from tin1: active management! and eon- /''/fie Ir"tA, made by (ov. lttx.il, in regard 1
:. t'. 'recently made to regulate the; election of that the i political \irture of the )jn-ople cannot sens! (the tulual taxable wealth ; as if the tai trot oi'tlio Viiir.il' 1.lilrl'II.lnnl: its iilluirs.Tin to this tmr Inind. Xrir/i N the Ilrpldill or

1 ..,. ante i )legislatures' by, fedl'rul''autlaorityreally! be secured I and )perpetuated. If the )people this year i is j jJO on a $I,1KM"' the capital I the suth fyiiK) number. "'l' have Ir ,'
conies>< from the brain of some one of those ill Maine, Xew York or Florida cannotbe following 'year i is $!)!*', ami the tax ?fll.! .'>o.At '. : siiAinnr or.i IUILIA.HEM\ 141'\.1'1; l"'rl' art, the set('I i.-lamLs, the

;.. fkEnglish i or Irish Solons, snppxcd not to be'Jf1 trusted, 1U1.1It is really necessary that the ,the end often years, "l'IiI'till' grove begins 1'ndcr this title the New York (\mrirrilf* seven sleepers' t the ! to the ability to has: been
"s4' ,''faniiluir" with the. vyorking American, in* President telegraph his ordir!( (and this i reduced pay oilc-fillh. "pay Kntf L'nln gives: editorially: a historical: ie- ages of <1 reive, the !seven years of plenty, the ,
;.' :" : 1 tiltutlottisereralof whom fire employdt\ mint be the final consummation of the pn- Hilt if assessments.. are raise,I annually in vicvv tif tin1 \ c.'rlll.11I Parliament, I, u" now constituted sevenemirs of famine, the !'l'\'l'l trumpets, ,

'. the great newspaper' olliccs of New York. \posed syMemiu i every state) tosomeurmy officer proportion to the increasedalueol' I the 1 land, l. fr"llIll" lir.it{ 1 nation on the proposed the MI'\'I'I seaN, the seven vials, etc., and

11\ Hut\ whether this !surmise be true or false to hold the'-tnte-houso. and decide who ten percent, and has I that grlduallyirlereal i is moderate\ .e.htim Orangecoiuity.thetax :; iii), basis uf universal! sulVragc under the now we hurl lov. Hl'l'lll rrrn variations

.r whatever. suspicion !such authorship might. )belong' to the! legislature. and determine at while, (,Il'I'I"'l'tlrli..nalu"ilit). to pay out m direction of Itismarik: in I.MM, down to the front the truth in regard to one bond. I
't.: ;!cust-' upon the innovation, it ought not to be Washington. the whole matter of a local\ the invesimcnt.on production h.is 1"-!<. l'Ih',1 present. I time" when, notwithstanding its (prcailin .h"1 i unnecessary to adduce further evi1deme

-!;' /.a .allowed, any weight in determining. the act government' t ; 1ft the people. can, no 1 longer down t'llItlthlll. How. long It is before simply a n 1'11111i.question, : inarithmetic. .. \. tone ,doi-ility' ,and suhmHsivcncsHtowards : to I'I'\I\ that Ids i statements, fur 111 '

1s importance of I the measure proposed.jjVhut 1. be expected to manifest the qualities[ which lug an interest nl' It j per cent at compoun'd-pas-: the Chancellor of the l Kmpirc: lie {1'lr'Il are unworthy)' of credit"
<("'l F A [ reasons are offered for putting the make men freemen and if roped for law lug, will last: before is exhausted. It takes! li.ii promulgated a (pi.in! for contracting Its .

a: ..'...Vote.... cYlunting machinery of the !several ell e'lltrnl, reason, justice and good l !sense less:\ than live year!* and hero are hundreds powers and flllll'tI..II". rcndciing It more It N our desire to place the Mitmr squart1ly "
., states. with to the choice of the local with the of growers who I have had t<; do that sum I on rei-onl as vehemently deprecating the '
p/ regard can no longer/ be appealed to hopeof completely\ subservient to lie millbtr) i
prutieully, without understanding\ : the philosophy &
ji: )l legislatures, under the supervision and eons ultimate success, then the days of the l ot it. ; Alter the defeat ..Austria ,by Prussia at 1'0111' nr'e'ntlynlopttYi by uur esteemed I co- I 1

:;jjtrol of the central gunnllncnti'8 the profl''J republic' are numbered. Such men ('('II'I'tll That I is the condition of fruitgrowing.Seven :Sadowu In l I'U ;, all the German plates. and (Culls ln'miry lit'.ii'urltind. 7,1/11 in allowing .' .
'.k posed change comes in the guise .of rendered he citizens of a republic! or at least are not : years ago this' land of miring! ( groves province* t that belonged tut he Con federal ion Its 111 ages to be pollutisl I by the !'Il'lIll'111.\
!!! \nld'rlll'thut it more cash. into '
won a
pays brations of
*:;reasons, let us look ut the chief reason as- fit to be \its citi/.cns., and the time has come time State:! Treasury, and hats: done so for tiur of isi.Mvcre reurgauliztd.1'ustrianlonc'\ being a worn-out politician; ( belonging'
')I stgned 'Amending the constitution to this for the mock imperialists: to call in the general years, than any ('oullt.III. the .State, but excluded, and one Parliament, pm {port ing to to a lurltHl In which Florida !sutten'I so

"ff ,:i.: t'extl.nt. It 1 is urged that inasmuch us !state of thv army to play the dictator for,,life, four-Duval, Kscnmhhi, Jefferson and Leon represent all (it'I'IIII1I1).1'" established: with 1 Ill ter and humiliation Such I
' We pay as: high as lifty dollars per acre outlands cour.se. cither as a means: of doing good' or
elect federal
\: legislatures senators, therefore, and "to take care"r-ln old Roman phrase, many: professions of respect: to the wllIII'\
in cultivation, those old and wealthy
1 ./" the purity of such choice should be secured( still used, when the irony of .fate had forced counties pay but live. \\\, have been "saddled the whole \people\ whose. free siilliagcs were as n specimen 11' independent journalism, :
: ,by guarding the elections to legislative membership ( a permanent dictator ii that rl'puhlk-"thut' with the mismanagement' of State and to ,elect the 'nicmlicrs of Uds I''at( ''ldl"r I is a lamentable failure; and receives the ,
the republic receive no detriment. local linances at III time when natural only of such as j
and that this also, a.s well as the every t the empire.\ 1'llIh'lbt.11 l'III"1 thl.
force was required to clear thu woods,., breakup I'lttritit and far know the '
!o i
congressional: elections! ought to be made a ; BRU,1'SWICI the ground and plant a 11'm donut Now I that parliamentary government i ha1 11 WI 1011.11'1- I
Till MACOX AND 11. ) gruve.r
nation of Democratic1
.matter of federal concern and control. Just 11. LEASE. !say the assessments. are partial but we accomplished: ) the work in a good degree, every respectable Jour
'n. the national doalllrm I that if they be correct cither Orangeaunty mil in (lie i+tnle.It .
authority atW'11sldugtonnow ,
tt .\ large crowd from different of the which lIi>4lal'l.k contemplated\ unifying
i il the trust profoundly land h N to be I (that the
( wealthy
elections the House of : greatly hoped 1i/"l1
regulates Representatives state was in attendance at Macon on Tuesday in natural prodmtlons that ever dropped an and, ( consolidating thnM state, the famous
induced to look into the futuru
1'' u in like manner it ought to regulate I to attend the Idming of the Macon and apple' !since time temptation in the Garden l I' Chancellor of the empire speedily takes In 111II'. a j
all legislative elections. The state of lirunswick Railroad. It was publicly announced I Kden, or those older\ counties are altogether/ hand the business of restrhtimg 1\/.101 of short 11i'111'01.1. try to discover the logical l. :

) matters at this: 'time. in Maine, where certainproceedings before the bidding commenced 1, the moHt barren, thriftless and worthlcNstljrt debate, of reserving mofc iimphtcly to the consequence likely to follow, as the ru. (
that ever fell over u plough share. Milt of I Its Slifuris it,, 1
present i
officials with
hy'tnte regard to l'OUIL1
r that the Governor would require a full compliance ministry the initiative i of all Important seasons : '
ll'o fail to the
\ perceive any reason why endeavoring to throw honest the
legislative returns threaten to decide the with the terms of theactauthori/.ing and uf making the session (if the Parliament IHhtIHII e
productive power of time lauds 'so'improvedshould ; dark places of our a shaping t
ns of,
choice of Vnited States Senator hml'rll past 1114
u as infriNueiit ai public sentiment
which with the advertisement
the lease |
together not I be in exact t1il'ircII1aIlC'I'lllJlflf.t 1
proportion our future as we are with it heart and .
occasion fur the presentation! of this newpolitical read Notice of OOOOO) ( mortgutq will ; although it must be confessed '
:$tt -
i was a toll'fl.
mint whichl" should) be '
or let
hand l bewnrc'of being
thodangerbf "f
doctrine. It is of general ; hit I ,
part a on the road was i'L'II.hy R. K. Hines., that biennial .sessions now promised in Get.nuuty
the !standard governing( their assessment I for \lctlml/.ed by such fossil. remains that
system! at least of a marked and wide-spread: would be regarded .
1':11 The first bid was: by )[Hazlchurst by many in our.country
] taxation unless ,bu that such market
u jt .
; dark and In
corrupt period our ;
tendency, conspicuous) in ;our day, to throw ,' of relief Illltor .;
a a
for $tina; ) per annum. II. J, Kimlmll thenbid vuljic. instead ot representing I merely tlll( Jf'at Ih'Ilr fl'\ll by its Jov. t.whc'h'llI "
power more and more into the hands of the ( M. ( ) Hugh the over-much annual tulk and ,,'u''iu'I' rl'I'rl'rllt'll
$5K( ) more; J. 'uuIK'ri4N more;? first cost. of the improved land at the low-
general g vcrll ll'nt. What special) and preeminent Carlisle $( ::, nppeurilr'uiuillg
virtue abides in the hush composing, may '
Kfmhall $IOC' morCurll..le two more R. U
; ;
value of improvements in the shape of clearing for to make
ami who shall compose, the genend government Mutt[ $53,2tir; Couper$-tIIO< ( ); Carlisle: James, plowing and planting the trees added, .1 COUI'LKTK 1'1M>W.H'W\; any ICW"l'lIl'r or r
4h aud attacks
rendering them righteous: above nil other The Tallah.isscl t'lur'nlinn of the 13IhI'IIII. \11I> wanton lfulIlI'lt ux>n
Cooper and Carlisle each, in the order named :
) fictitious and I unfounded -1
represents a : enhancement and record of citizen who
k, men, and constituting: : ;them the safe eusto-, bid one thousand more; James then bid in the price of the {land: HO im tall:a long II'ttt'rl l which ,we regret our Inability is known and any
dians of functions and. )powers which according $75,000; Cooper; live thousand more; James \ to rlrilt (in full, from exGovernorDavid w1 111\'t1'1I11y a'kllwi.
hr edged to be In his
to the theory, cannot be safely entrusted another thousand and Mutt one hundred S. Walker, replying{ to u scurrilous pre-eminently l'u l"hll'
by capable beingpnsluccd
to the )people of the several states, it more; Cou]>er then bid &(:.!,OOOj; Kimball, yearlyreturn%i /silo the trees crops a attaining their attack "{illMin the integrity of Ids administration 11101rII.Walker life as ex-0o\ernor Ilvll 1.
is exceedingly difficult to discover. Yet the contained in communications
James and Mott each bid one hundred more; maturity. lithe unmaturud: orange groves "l'l'tnil
p theory now broached assumes that a great (', K. Maddux bid one hundred more, Cuup- are worth the prevailing market prices then wide have recently appeared In the Tampa 7'11 LATKST z'no.l M.IINt..
danger exists in State lit"tho, limon' Tribune and the Tallahassee I'litrlnt written
every er increasing his bid as the others advanced, the fL'l.oct'l + which can only be met, avers the Tinn', by I ex-Governor. Harrison Reed.The s
t until only Cooper and Kimball remained 1 rcv and just. by lican House reported I series of IIU4tn.ti t
placing the whole matter of electing; the bidding. Finally, alter uanysuceessiyebids specific charges made against Governor be Mibmlttcil to (the Nupn'ttte''uurt' llothbrancheM r

tJ state legislatures under the control of the of various. amounts by ('udlIUI''r bid OHAJfT AS A FILIUUSTEIl.Mr. ll'ulkerumd, here noticed by 'him, were adjourned. to the 17th.

federal government.The $11).1,001.1.! and the hammer fell. [ Whitthorne. of Tennessee, i is reported{ (to the effect that \'rtull ("..111 1 Issued by the Acting Ooveniof Inml Is said (to )have

idea seems! to be that the {rat remedy Considerable cnthtrMasm was manifcstde by a newspaper. correspondent as saying that State Government of which Governor Walker ordered the militia not to obey the Ilh'l of

R' for all political. evils! ; is simply 'to* extend by the crowd a.s Couper represents> ChaunceyVibburd if General Grunt! 0)1 his rrturn: (dip to theVnited was the head I, I I ISM, ",'r. "illegally Issued (lenend (luimhtrlnln.Wallace I i

and enlarge federal authority The Time >4I' of New York, and thu citizens of 1'States; should declare 'himself in favor : and Illegally ul'lflrah.l. and should It. Whie., charged by Swan and

apt to'e! 'l l'Mleillte' and conservative in its Brunswick and on the line of the road. of the annexation! ,fifth' whole or a part i never, have 11'1 nll, 111 the tral"Utlll Harrlmnn with the attempt at bribery; publishes

r I' tone ; it lias little of the radicalism that The Savannah! Morning .Vnc of Tuesday, of r!lexjco! : or of the acquisition of the,Northern'Mexican dlaJII.tl'rlll'lll by (Jov. Reed ax "a small, u card refusing to apjs-ar I..flrt the

, characterizes. the Tribnut., Is it ''Ijt'ltrungl' (rum whose special telegram' we compile the Static! or of assumiiig some unexplained trl.utul. the / d"taL! of Investigating committeuand lU'fying the 1 legislatiire .

that an amendment to the Constitution above, after reviewing the relations of the sort of a protectorate over teem, this soup\ld 1 which huvu I "I carefully concealed. hut nut denying the charge* "

I should be proponed and urged in such u CVJoWudley-HrowiV combination, and ,nthen gain him a great number! ofullheremits hi the After" showing that foity.tlve of the bonds Acting Jovernor l
(quarter which''utterly fails to rCl'O"TIlze'th.e! to the Macon and Drunswick line, )predicts southern states among tin )large class of for one thousand: II'Jlal$ each hud IMJCII Issued dressed u letter to (k-nenil CluulllCrllllll.lk.:

1 fundamental principle) of the Constitutionand I that "the attempted lease} of the Macon n' t1l'i'IIJ and culveuturuustmiu'n. Mr. Whit. to the 'fru"tt' of the Internal Improvement big I If 1,1 won )lrl'llrlt| lorecognUt? his (Lamson's '

,of our entire"political system ? The division and Brunswick Railway to-day will cither thorite upjieurs) to belfevv, that the ex-1'rei I. l"uuc in exchange for or' rather ) authority as (Jovernor; tu which Uen. ys i .

! of authority between the state and result in.on'e grand inuddle, or,that ex-Gov; dent's visit to Mexico: has mine such purpose a* security for u loan of that amount made .Chamberlain' replied!, in Jv"gthy/ commii- >

the mialiun,,between the local legislature and ernor Drown, Colonel Cole and Mr. "'allier.all and that It was:\ arrungol in Sun: "''(al- to the :State by the Trustees, in the scrip of nieutloi, setting forth th4 I ,order of,(Jovernorjurcelon
t the1 National Government has well been of whom will be present to guard the-fr .cisco which has long I been a headquarters the :State, then held by the Trustees, and ( umler which 'he wiu acting, and lit J

styled MUll that\ by a, Republicanjournal, interests-will not consent to any sale which of /tilil1l1>4ll'riug. If the ex-President should which 11&11"1!ucd as money and was so declaring (hut the Cllll/lcuHulil,of time .!tuation .

"TIfe ..tjry .comer stone of'tlTe+ .lU-pulJjc.:' will result to their disadvantage.! From develop fa,'ur.uim annnexutioii policy, Mr.; held by the Trustees, tu J'UrHI of the wvresmh that ho. deemed it)his duty .

.} Audit is
this division of authority by far the larger tempt fo Interfere'. ,In the proceeding! "It very large and enthusiastic/ fallowing In all current expense of government therewith; Cour might designate us' rightful, and

part'fulls to the sliare'of IhcvStatw The would sceui that,, they are not dissatisfied parts of the South. that the remaining amount of twenty-one declining to recognize the uuthority.of( TJUIIsoii. -

mischievous: erversion of the phrase, "State/ with the result of the bidding, and their frequent We do not believe that thepcoplc) of the tllll.luUa"was in out; Lmll.1) to .

rights," in some localities, ought not to Mind protestations of fair intentions! to- South are"rentlen-t and wh ntuI'\JII'f" as all 1 t:. N. UkkcllJ for cash which, hal I'el The jNilIce force at the capitol has IHCIIincreaseil )

i the thoughtfulatriot to the fact that State wanls all lines cunipcting or threatening to that; nor can thea.h'uc'tdt'llfilUllr,1 term for partially used to pay thu members of the1A'giylrlure by the addition of'fifty lien. i

rights" in !its'true' sense, is one of the great (compete with their new line, indicate: ,, that Grant calculate so jxi.itivey an Mr. Whit r, and all fuly.accounted rl/r; and The election rnnmiiilte'eof the House voted '

+' distinctive principles of our American political .the new order of things" .will not be allowedto thorne would )have them do UJHHI the suecessful that Gov. Reed rut have known fully, W to unsiuit Eugene: Hale, and Smith WW

system. This American H luMlc.lf! affect the' continuation of thb through capture Hf southern frizes by Grunt t'H'r one dM could know, the contents>t of elected( (iovernor on 11'ti imewlay.

not a republic such as exists in Francemainly line known air the Cumberland Route, to its with the stale.bait ot a war with Mexico It tle public r\'lll. which exhibit the dctlL A nlltnr ween'ftolon Chase and I P11U-

because of this difference. It is the disadvantage.The might have dune Jn IMlsi |but now (the of thc'1KtrwNattlumisisrtlonsof whit-i record bury i I. r"IMreI, the former declaring his

State authority which establishes the laws term! of the! 'rerj.mirc that $:1JOOUO, charms of Peace have taken too firm a hold .* have even IM.-CII quoted by ) and to Intention to abide by the decision of tl .

I by which ,..ordinarily the person property be, expended; In_ repair within two years, upon the minds of men, f.thlrth and which free 1''ll may be hail tIJY )dtll"1 Supreme Court' opjsi Ing the use of force, t
} Bncll'l'llUtatiun are protected, by which mar anti that the extension Atlanta be completed South; and the general sentiment: of those ut all times, limits discing of the aC'u"ltol and threatening to withdraw unless the '1

riage U regulated) education promoted taxes ) within fire yearn The extension. ofabrinc"hAinericuy'haheft who fought the battles, in tie blue as wellas that these bonds were illegally issued. and 1crnl'ratl adopt such ollcy..
ordained and the oublic. jieace and{ order secured ) optional. Chaunccy the gray, I is well: expnsser4] in; Grant's; own the proceed unaccounted for, ( ov. Walker Thirty-seven! question* have been prejwnil

t ; as regards; a hundreil( niatters of this Vibburd of New York, Aw. Jl., IJIU).,- words 'It tw have 1'eat'el"T11b' 11'\'l'"I.to demolish an assertion made by I by the If'luhlll'ul; JArlatur for derision l'.

pertaining( to the making and ,lJUI\\nis- hurst, of Macon and A.J- lane are the prindpal in one of hU messages to the by the Supreme "uur. '

' tering of local .n), the federal l governornt11aspm parties interested I in the lease. Paine CKSTHAL A.\1'1 JlAILl\OAU;t;.'" \ Ul'Alt- Legislature, t tl'Id that, the JikIIJ The Savannah 'n' discovert from the
voice" than the government distingulilled hSmself'al fl.e Ismd to Internal telegraphic Maine that '
more who i first tIaeby The following signitica'nl letter in the fume LII.k JIIrl'e.rellt n'INrt} (1'\11 -

Great llritain. making ten-dollar bids threatens tu test !Savannah .'Wv'* JJt Thuwlay', appears) in TVrjM Fund, after the payment of four )'lBf' The FusioninU of Maine owe their quorum .
Now among theseeverul ctiof authority the legality of his former purchase.! The >nse to a request fur Ih information it I interest, amounting to 4&iOt "llnW thecoupons in the legislature tu a rk'lcula 1,"

if the jioople ofa given State ponses any one fl0/..., required l to l he paid over has been re- contains, from the editor of hat pajs-r) : ," by fully showing that the bond u Jiiixktrp Snow of and shrewd Voter little, three Kugene lIu Hale.of
It is crt ctivtsl by GOT, Oolquit (Jor. Uruwn Mr. was only a little ,one, and tJ'I'\ul. llk\
,j>wurur umltpowtive right unry : Mic4.x, Clji, January 12. uuttawl1uj U. yens tu having m.t'l inducetl I. it alll,
the right of appointing or electing their Cole and Mr. Wadley expressed thenuvelres E.iilurJfxuiay Near : Th suuirity( I U that. that il'u ll uuy eoujtom ula/"J {(4 U. oGuv. I.rl..t". remain away tit won confidently
own state officials, and in such way as the' as higjdy satiu* would difficult that feature of it' their asceU with the right to KM that they are reference to of the term able to minutes iteventy-two vote, witch; 1
prefer. It seem no likely to injure the origin
jieople nay rI1 applied, and we hare the guaranteeamllbm with Hale and Young, both Republican I
to point cut anything that is the distinctive 1 prospect. ,5' |p.4t} ty of.th* Nashville, ChatUiujoguand 4''."UUJlll'; E,5 the one to nuke and the other to wvond
and sjxiial right and concern of tltp kyle:.i. The Savannah" .JV'inr iee In the willingjs ,St. f>mu ltailwuy-repwscntimig a capl- '"lih. relaters that .VibuleitUM rhuTtol im.l/ii*-would ntlll luck one of a quonim I
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and thus the Fusionists would be obliged to fidencc in lie SUCCCM! of the proposed cnterprifW '' Archer. ..... t ANGEL 'A FRIEND, T\ TLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIAxlj

I show their hand nnd IMJ checkmated. While OnM, the next' tiny ali engineer corps Weather extremely dry nlul.pJetl'IRl1tr no :- i1" V :*:,y ;.; TRANSIT::!
of this nice little t panic was going on, n Fit.iionist : rain Jiaring,fallen for IJ J 'the i\, AND
; thirty days ut
a ( who had gives nut that lie hall coriscientlous WAil to be'sent-out'by( de Ix'sseps( to begin i > BAKE RS AND CONFECTIONERS, PKNIXSULAH RAILROADS
? the final of the route favored by him cloud! !' are ('lImlngp..
scruples, slipped around ouictly nnd survey ootxo POCTII.] SCHEDULE, [ooixu NORTH.
:, /signed the roll mmwas+sworn in, making for the Isthmus:' Hhip'Cnnal.: Ills:' diligencein There is. but little doing/ in the way of, CHOICE. LEAVE STATION. LKAVK.

bp! w the seventy-six: votes neccssurv for the transaction1 action appears to equal his:' enthusiasm! of 1111:<11I't.!' everybody) at home getting readyto (,Groceries : and Tobnceon 10:30: A. M.......,FEUNANDINA...... 8:40: r. 111.
: ,, of business. Tim )little\ Eugene: I put! in a bigger crop than usual.! 11:20: A. M.......HART'S ROAD......;2d'i4: p, M.
feeling and 6f envletinn.Ioretptt. .
energy! i I'TOYI':1
was caught in A and his
44 1 tnrp, ny presenceIust Ix 12:17:!: P. : : p. M.
Oman No. 37VF. M installed
dgc It A. I.
; completed the quorum fin much needed : AND ]FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings : 12:.% P. M..IHiTTOX..I:2.11': M.i.o3 .
Fusionist." The incident is only the followlng'ofViccM for 1880: lien Fried : 1'. al..BR.INDY; "IIRANH.1:00: : p. M.
I another verification of the old Scotch adage: TIIK diphtheria' epidemic which ie: prevailing luau W. M.I' J. C. Neal, S. W.; 1'. H. Ham, 1:50: 1'. M'\.n.-\trn\'t'l..12-IO: : p. M.
I "The best laid. plans o' mice unit men gang in lttix!la has already occasioned terrible) K \\).;;Jno. PennyTrensurer; O.I M f. Blitch, Entertainments: and Picnics, 2:18: 1'. M.IAXVII.LE..tI-IJ: A. :M. V.

t w'' aft nglec." __ _____?___ dirt"recs. Secretary. J. Wso.ELEONT tom }prices!, at :3:22: P. M............TEMPLES..10:41: : A. M.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.GOVERNOR THE Bolivian troops: have revolted against ANGEL'S; BAKERY, 3:32: 1'. M.............S'I'A11KV.,10:37: :: r. M.
: : President 1 l'a/i: and chosen a new leader. HAIH N woman's cniwning )beau Centre Street, 3:40: 1'. M..........TIIUIWTON .........10:11I: !) p. M.
,.G ; FOPTKK, of Ohio), was inaugurated Jamacho. ty. When it fade die fades: ai well. While 23 Omit old I' O. Building. 4:0::{ 1'..M............WALDO ............0:48: A. M.
",' on the 12th. it N kept> bright, her (111'I.muluttrllctioll:4: are --- ----- -- --- -.----- 5:2: r. GAINESVILLE: ; ...... 8.r: 0 A. M.
'" TUB Court of Appeals of Home ha annulled still maintained. By preserving the hair \\'11.1.1100)) Jr. 5:32: 1'. M......... ARREDONDO....... 8:18: A. M.
ti > A GENERU strike I is in progress among nil the marriage; of (ten. Oaribaldi with fresh! and vigorous/ a )'o\\thfuIIlI'Pt'lIrllnC'e is 6:07: 1'. M............ IJATTOX .,...,.....7W5: A. M.

} is \ ; the miners in Allegheny county, 1'n. the Counter' Itnimondi.lUwu continued through many years. Thowwho 6:30: 1'. M............ARPIIEII..7:32) : A. M.
"' A otonn is at'I'orthlllll grieve over their fading hair' turning pray mW 1>Jo .U.Im. 7:12: 1'. M...........URONSON ............11:>2 A. M.
SEVERE reported
I, : .' and Chili are credited with the too early should know that AycrV Hair GENERAL 8:07: 1'. M.......OTTER CREEK....... ;.: Oregon, resulting! in $75XK, 11nina e!!. largest recent orders at the Krupp' establishment \ : Vigor prevents it. and restores gray or faded BOOKSELLER STATIONER 8:47: 1'. M.......... ROSEWOOD) ...........'>:((111.x..

.t.; A PATENT: has! been {issued:,I! to David 1 lan. at Essen, for munitions: of war hair to IN natural color. It is a Vicar and 00::! rp. M..........CEDAR KEY..4:15.1.: M.

cry, of Miwtaippl! !':'( for an electric light.. GKMCRAL;: FARRE, the new French Ministerof ( healthful, dye, nor preparation) anything deletrous, containing, and: impartsto neitheroil Dealer in 1'0 Articles, Peninsular Itnilrond.STATIONS.. .

; COLLECTIONS' for the Irish relief fund in the scalp what i.s most ne'IlcllfleWle of
: War, has replaced the heads of departments pleasant and delightful freedom form scurf' 6:00: A. M.......,.....WALDO............
;k Richmond, Vu., have reached the sum of in o/Ucu at the time of Ins appoint) IIr tllIl\llmn-X'lI': Jirrne (.1; C.) Time CENTRE: STRERT, FERNANDIXA, FLA. 6:40: A. M.......... SANTA FE; ........11:30: \'. M.

\J, ... $2,500. ment. 7:40: A. M....... HAWTHORNE .....10.45: 1'. M.
', Hoots and Sltoen. ......... LOCII 1.00SA ........10:00: I'. M.
s COLONEL A. O. ANDREWS, old and well-
; an
TUE of Austria and
governments flermnny
Shelf Papers", Picture Frames, Brackets, I). E. MAXWELL, Supt.
received J. tt
known citizen of Charleston,-died on :Monday fire to communicate with Russia conccniing nt T.Kyclds' Lamps, Croquet Sets: Hand Glasses, Combs, FKRXANIMXA, ]>'u., Dot-> 2.3: lXiU..

;: aged 63. the recent military demonstrations!: in Poland --.- .. '-- Brushes, etc. Pancteries in great variety. ____ ... _. .. ___ h' .. ._ ___ _
t Also Sewing :Machine Needles Oil etc.
a ., (: A Rit.tto provide( Mr the eerecyof telegrams and If the reply I Is not satisfactory) Some More Clipper Inkstands, 75' cents., WINTER SEASON 1879 & 1880.

has been introduced in the Senate by they ViIllllh'tpt .defensive mntMircH.!' Of those nice French Drondcloth nnd My. .. .-
Mr. Tweed Coats still on hand and will be GEORGIA AND FLORIDA
Saulsbury.A THE' managers of the new French Cable) NASSAU COLLEGE

t, RECEPTION: to M. Do) Lcssops is to be : Company: have announced that as soon a"!' sold'out much below cost, b' '
", tCt18 M. )OWNEY. YOUNG LADIES! Inland Steamboat Co. '
I\'eldn, New York on his!' arrival there, en connection can he made between Brest and 'FOU ,
-- ---
l t;: I .,: route from.Panama.: England, the cable, which I Is in perfect work rail and lVlnicr Clothing. AT FERNANDINA FLA.A --

:ME.i GARFIELD was elected U. S. Senator ing order, will be opened for public e- J. & T. Kydd are now receiving their NO SEA-SICKNESS I NO OCEAN DANGERS I

from Ohio The 'oteltlllut probably by the first week in February. fall Stock of metis' and
on Tuesday. \ : youths' boys' Thorough English Education.
Time Schedule Taking Effect Tuesday Doc.23,7J)
'. lariicld, 20; Thurman, 13. TUB troubles: in the imperial family of clothingwhich! they oflTef nt very low ,

THE Augusta, Ga., factory warehouse, Russia 1 continue and grow worse.:, The Czar prices. -. 8perinll1.hantagl''Iln PAINTING rod DRAWING y.

with 1,500 bales of cotton, was burned on Mispects life :son, of alliliaton with the Nihilists Fine Hats. Music and FRENCH.:

.:t Tuesday, night; loss! $ SO,0X( while the son accuses the Emperor of J. & T. Kydd have just!! received anew For Circulars, address UKV.:! J. II. MYERS, ,

,_ ".. A KEG of powder exploded the l hold off dragging tho imperial family nntt'the country stock of gents' fine hats, latest Fernandina, Fla.MALLOKY'tt .
1 to ruin. The Czarowitz and the Czarinaarc ..... -
bottom .
,,,\ ; nn ULitl'Rivcrfitt'alnioiatatrransvillcbliiis styles at prices. --- ------ -- ------ ..
) virtually imprisoned in the palace and __ h. ._
off the deck and of the hull.
j ing portion's
:New Goods.
I the (drum Duke Constantine believes: his

-t MR. HAYED was arrested in the rotunda of own life to be'in danger. A few cases of nice fall goods just FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. CITY OF BRIDGETON

4 j' the capital. a few days since by a policeman, arrived nnd now opened in the City ,

t ; i i'h '4 e ,order to "move on/' he haul\ di/*regardcd. STATE NEWS. Mart\ nnd will be sold without reserve, GAIT. .TOILS' FITZGKKAL,!),

,. 'I together with. balance of goods now on Only Direct Line to New York. 9
TUB/ Court is in tension at Tallahassee. \
Supreme: i iC.l"T.lX
by '
t ;/i 'I. A COLLISION between the strikers and non- :, y.- DAVID CLARK.

o ;, ;, I strikers at the Chicago Block yards occurred Election Notice.
GEN. jnvNT and party are in :St. Augustine WARD,
on Tuesday, in which,one I11nl1"n.1 danger. An election for Clerk and Treasurerof
Jen. Dent.A '
Ps t "i : oualy hurt, visiting! City Council-will he held nt the City AFTKR 11.\\1\: 1 WJ'num'm: EXTEXS-

'j THE Secretary' of War has recommended GREAT: boat-nice I is to take place[ at Jacksonville Marshal's office, nn ;Monday: the ninth in It\t-ry Ia'\11-1.dep.trtocut: ure now In and KIltHTCLASSUUOKU will

) I an increase in the appropriation for the arrangement on the 31st. day of February next. TilE FINK DTKAMEKS,
Permform the ONLY INSIDE ROUTE Service
and preservation of the Confederate OVER 5,421 bales of cotton have been shipped ) By order,of City Council. ,
'I 1 I archives.! from Tallahassee this season. NoRMAN'BuowNsoN; Mayor. WESTERN: TEXAS, netween SAVANNAH and PI.OHIDA.oonnrrt-
Fernandinn, Fla., Jan. 8, 1880. inu at Siivaniirtli with the tSrwl-olims Steamships
TilE President has transmitted to the House SENATOR JOXES has 11 ('tcntcIllpl'tltiln of ----.-- -..- CITY
I tho official correspondence! the State Department the citizens of, Tampa for the improvement) NewFall and Winter'Goods. CITY, OF, DALLAS. aiwr Steamers.with the I'hiliulelpliiu' Baltimore and Boston

concerning the I irregularities: in the of. their. .hurbor.j.. J. & T.'Kydd' are now receiving every GOING SOUTH.

Hong Kong consulate.:' TUB cornerstone of the new Protestant" week large shipments of Fall nnd Winter A STEAMER OF THIS LINE WILL DAVID CLARK-

'! THE House 'Committee on Appropriations Episcopal Church at Tallahassee will be laid! goods, dry goods, dress goods, cloth. leave FERNANDINA EVERY: THURSDAY Leave Suvnimnh..Monday, Afternoon.Afternoon Thursday :
;, for NEW YORK and from NEW .YORK
; ,
hate and boots and
r has .agreed to report, the bill appropriating on Monday, the 19th inst. which jug, they nre caps selling:! ut the ,lowest shoes Pier :..'0 East River, EVERY" FRIDAY forFlorida Arrive FerIlHndlna".TueH&t..y Evening. Evening. Friday

: $000,000 for the payment t' of ,United States GEN. gmERIDAN and Cot! Fred Grant are market prices. -. at :'J p. m. CITY OR BBIDOETOS.
) : This Line having no transfers to make
j :Marsl l1ls' compensation.StNATOR *:*. reported by tho Union to be "thoroughly en- between Jacksonville and New York, offers Leave Savannnh..Tuesday, Afternoon.Afternoon, Saturday
I. ,:" LAM.n,1)f MLs.sb! ippti),, was stricken thUMl'"" on the subject' of orangc''' rowlng.A Nassau College the best:, and cheapest transportation. to Flor- Arrive Fernandinii.-Wednesday Morning, Bun
; October 20th. ida ,
IJeopened Monday, dipper.Oranges day Moraine.
t A:; with paralysis!: on Sunday night, at Jackson JACKSONVILLE paper calls the recent Pupils received 1111)-) time and! at the will receive special care in.handling Arrive Jacksonville! ..............:.Wednesday Noon.
\':; 4 3lis! $. His condition i is said to he serious Georgia railroad\ combination "11 Savannah usual rates. : Arrive Pulutkn.....?..?.........Wednenduy KveniiiK.

j;;: ; :' ; but not dangerous. stride." Was it not rather a St. Louis To the citizens of Florida this insti- PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS ARE GOING :NOItTir.

t l// CHIET Ova and the Uto delegation arrived "straddlcf/ v'' l t'* tution nilbrds home FIRST-CLASS. CITY OK arooEToN-
i every facility near Leave Pulutka.....................Thursday Afternoon.
,'" in Washington on Sunday Tho examination THE Magnolia Hotel, Green Cove Spring, for the thorough education of their : The traveling lubllC' an offered tho, advantages I.euve Jacksonville....................Thursday Night.
of these Indians will not he conducted : was entirely destroyed by fire on Wednesday daughters.The! :!. : ; :'! of a : LINE, WITHOUT Leave Fernandinu.........Sunday 8.30 p.m., Friday.
-- ANY CHANGES.; Connections made at Arrive Savaiiiwh.......Monday Morning;, Saturday
publicly,owing to the delicate nature morning. It was: the largest hotel on the Singer Seivlng Machine.Mr. Jacksonville with all steamboats for all .DAVID CLABIt- Morninj

of the evidence. St. John's River The origin of the lire was John Mackenzie has taken the points on the !St.; John's, Ocklawaha, and
Indian Rivers and with the Transit Railroad Leave Fernandinu........Tuesday Evening. Friday
TilE LouillanaJ.l'gilll\tnrellet:, : on Mon. accidental. agency of this excellent sewing machine Evening.
ut Feniandina for all railroad stationsin
SU'.aml.h..ednesday Night
I day QyWHtj.hos\ bcl' very ill, but is MR, C, M. COOPER' of St. Augustine, editor and i is now prepared] to furnish Florida. Night.

14 recovering lIe, will\, he.I. I inaugurated to-day. of the _\t. Joni a 'telly, was married on Friday all supplies and repairs necessary!! for XOTK.-On both trip South and North, theDavid
I FREIGHT AND PASSENGER Clark will rail at all way landing
it. Ho sells tho needles at 25 cents SLOWER
.Balloting for,U. 8. Senator was the. order. of ut Jacksonville to Miss Rosa Leonard!, a All trips terminating at and starting from Fernandinu
dozen und all other articles at the THAN BY
the for Tuesduyresult ascertained. of tho latter by Bishop Moore of the connect with Transit It..11. Express
day notyet place
j ; prices established by the manufacturer. Train to and from Jacksonville and there with
Roman Catholic Church Y'1 -Throu h Rates and Bills of Lading Steamers to and from nil landings the Mt.Johns
Call and the late
see Improved Singerthe tll all paints.xttSteamters'. also to and from Gainesville Waldo, Cedar Key,
PzTITtossaignetl by hundreds of New York A CORRESPONDENT of the Union relates )how most complete machine in the of this Line sail direct from etc. Ticket are sold through to and from all the

.business men and firms, and by citizens of u. negro woman in ,Clay county, who had world. 3 FERNANDINA to NASSAU: N. P., under ton above runs points through and between when Steamer Savannah City and of 1'Bridge-

Delaware have been presented in the Senate )become possessed of an uncontrollable desireto -, .. ---- ---- contract with the Bahamas Government, passenger also have the choice or going .latkai.
Under TVI3AV; UnnuKOlllcnt.: and are the only steamers that land at the lK'tween.femlmdlna and Jacksonville.For .
by Senators SauUbury ami Kcrnan, ,asking attend the Grant reception in Jacksonville pier in Nassau. State-Roonts, Tickets and all other particulars -

withdrawal of the legal tender.quality of the started fur ,that city in a leaky boat SPENOER"HOUSE R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, apply( to the following Agents and Offices:
Savannah Ua.-Corner Bull and Bryan Street,
treasury notes, and was drowned.J.tH. I Fcrnundina.C. opixNiite Pulaski and Hcreven House
1 ST. MAllY'8, GEORGIA. H. MALLORY & CO., Fernandinu., 'Ia.-At the Egtnont. Hotel and to
,.. LEONARD CASE, the'millionaire suicide of ) J. W.' McKAY, of Kentucky, who is! Pier 'M East' River New York. 2-tf Cunt. Jno. I. Roumlllat Agent.

I Cleveland, Ohio, executed before his death a connected with that excellent' paper, flume J W. THOMPSON, of the Kear age house', -. .- -| *** + *i.* --- ..- -' Jacksouville.FU.-Corner Bay and Pine Street
White Mountain. Proprietor. Dr. J1.tngle'.lrug Store A. C. Lunphere. Ticket
:" deed to $1,500,000 worth of property i in the anil'arm, and who i* the son of 111)11.1V. T. Transient ruled 91.30 per duy. Ulwral terms ST. MA IIT'K RIVER PACKET.' Agent; A. L. Hungerford, Agent. -

heart of that city, for the endowment of an :McKay,president of the American horticultural made U)those, dejriiiK board by the week. 11 tf strong St. Augustine, .' &.-Ou, '.the Bay,' It. F, Arm
---- --+-- t
i institution'to be called the CUMU School: of and Pomologicul Society, is making a I'alatka Fla.-LJHenthul Bros. k Co., Agents. '
Applied Pcience. tour through Florida with a ,'il'to engaging i General ramenger: Agent.

Tag ttpciat''' committee of the House to largely.in! the growing of strawberries .' W. F, HARRY, .
SHIP ( General Agent Savannah.
I investigate the exi'ense of the,United I States' for the northern markets, in which he box GROCImfD r n 'J. N. HARUIMAN.
i star mail service'Is still at w'ork. The service .- had a large! t'Xpl'rlel1l'c.j DKttKR ,IN l'lm -- -- -- -- Manager.

-" will have to cease on 'April 10th unless Tins: Washington correspondent! of the i ('AP?. JOHN ItIcILARiisoxl MANSION HOUSE

: the additional appropriation of two million Savannah .1orlillg"rlr mentions one "C. D. [I rovinUiiH, Liquor, Etc.AOKST .- _
dollars asked for by the department Is passed.! lIri ham, of Florida. Who Is he? And during the season a* follows ; .- FERXANDiyA, FLORIDA.

'" :' TUB Southern; Bell Telephone and Telegraph how came he to be "of Florida?" lie (Brigham KOH II. F. AVERT it (,O'f; PLOW Leave ST. MARY'B EVERY: MONDAY and -,'"
) is rclMirtnl as saying that he "knows"the I THURSDAY :MORNING at 0 oYl.K-k, for M. "W. PQ W TIE.
-- ,1' ;;w Con; i>any is about to extend Its business :
FERNANDINA and will leave FEKNANDIXAmine
Republicans have more votes in Florida / IPTRI ; NEATNESS, AND COMFORT.
.Jt. through the south, establishing telephone days at 8 a. m., forCAMP, PINCKNEY ORDER _
,: .exchanges: In all cities large enough than the Democrat, but fears that the )Democrats <(< : STREET und all intermediate landings oil the river. 11"4-Remarkable attention given to the Cuisine.
t 'the \ and making cheap will'"count them out," and mentionsthe : I Returning EVERY TUESDAY: and FRIDAY .
expense, !
'>\ FEUNANDINA I FLA. will arrive at ST. MARY'S'at 5 The Arched Drawing Rooms and Half Conservatory -
l connection'bet Hues existence" of a "well-organized scheme 52: tf p. in.,
i exUting telegraph -
; touching at FKHNAKDINA.On :..
--- --- --'" :
for this puqioso. Where did he gi-t hU have a quiet elegance that pleases worldwide -
l ; an places off the lines not,tio f di.-tant. Dr. ARTHUR C. I'onu. WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYSwill -
# of the information? leave MARY'S: at'' 8:30 a. m., and can tourist The MANSION, under the care
to Ire the order day
In thq; U, S, Senate; On WvdnesiLiy! thirteen Du. P, H. BAIUIACHK':, nays the Savannah D EXTIST, : be chartered for excursions) of Major F, C. Srtaeaproposea to retain its

petitions.of women asking: for a constitutional AVuv, u member of the National Roar of Fourth St., bet Vntre and .Alac-hua: Dungeuem. name given: by the Savannah ].'fW'-
; : amendment giving ,them the right Health, I is on bin way to Florida on u tour of
with view of selecting u location tFEitNANDINA.! and other points'of interest in the vicinity "THE OLD FAVORITE."
aUo in favor of inspection,
i to vote were presented; .two of Fernandina.! 'j, '-
the Bayard resolution an to the legal te'Htl'J'II. for a general quarantine station to serve -- Utf 1". C. SUIIRER, Agent

t {( ,_and several favoring the Investigation, into 'all ports between Savannah und St. Augustine "')I. 11., c. DVItYEI. Through Hills of Ladlug

the li, 'Htor trartlc.\ Mr. Buckner, of Missouri, including l oth. Such station will IKJ a : COMMISSION MERCHANT MALLORY'S MRS. ANNE CLARKE, f
by LINE of Steamers to all
infmed vessels GENFRAL
1 sort of "general hospital ,
chairman of the Committee on Banking and jxiints on the St. Mury's.Close .
I ,Currency, reported a bill ,requiring the reserves which, with their crews and iwisscngcr, will CEXTRK ir., VKAB R. U.- DEI+TT, >.: THIRD ST., BKT. CX1'TRK"L.CI U e
be rendered harmless'by thorough disinfection ,
of the national bunks to IK kept in before being allowed to enter any hur- FERNANDA l FL.\ ,
coin bur in ouch district,
made with the New York and Savannah
D* LKMW BiNiii-hTKD AT 'PAJUM: *.-On AK invitation to attend the Grant rocvption ) linT' Corn, Oa'". Steamers. :Mark all goods Cure of Steamer

the'4th, Count tie Utwops was fetat at Pan- at Jacksonville wo decliiinl by the Mon- _I-tf-. ._ Flora, Fernandiiia." IN THE i I
hello Vww/iVji/MM. We wUh Mr. Fildes trolt I
nia: )Jn Mie name. f United States of CoIIOlUhia.t the banquet seen how utterly devoid of all political lgnlticance jtlt'K ROOMS, FOR RENT nengcw. Excursionists and Tourists will

in his honor, I'Pt..tJIhl'tt| were inudo by Com the rwvption here wits Even: lie h: CITY )MART corner of Cen find this a very attractive trip, as: the scenery ( :
who the would have 1 been>> sutbtied that it was u meet tre and Third greets.Also U grand and, alligators and other game are 'ONFECTIONERLI''J'Ew.'Bliss' -
cnted guv
I' 'nltllSoner1erro.! repns and proper recognition of the distinguished the &ot.'l-'tuIllitory above Messrs.ydU abundant.t.

;: ero 1UeutwyComwaudautyaeiftheFrenehnavy positions Gcu. Grunt has oC:4''Ul'it'tl.llnd| l nut A Uro., corner A!h aUll Third Streets. For further information apply to I Garden Heeds, Flowers; Farm and

; .by the Consuls of different nations,and. I in any sense a tentonal coinpliment to him MDOWNEY.3'tf ., I ,..JOHN RICHARDSON. .J. fr
t. de Lessens himself all manlfe ting con. as a politician or an a 1 possible candidate I .J In the sty Mart. I 25-tf t' Fernandiiia Fla" l Garden Imi>lements. 7 tf
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.r.LOOAL ItEFLEOTIOys.Oirrepon ., The Advance tn Iron. Xaaalllt as a Health Resorts II. J. UAIiF.lt: .1 IIKOM HAKIIKTT omt n"nNIH, .

The remit'advance Iii! the price of Iron or We publish below u'oard which nl'l:1ltu''
deiit i, --"""" """ all kinds f h unprewhMited! and does ,nut itself. After diligent' inquiry| we have t been TTaumVAIlK:,
And persons having buninrm with this I>ftl"r.will seem to be \satisfactorily explained t tmt; unable to find any foundation for the rumor noon, HASH, BLINPS, '

pleads direct to.FLORIDA MIRROR Fcrnmidlnn. that it li .xomething more serious than a that there had been circulated at this place

-- :315: Trarl Ht. New York.or lnlntN and Lubricating Oil..
mere fluctuation prices is evident by the! any T'IOrt11lfln'onhl(' to Nassau. The cstablNhment ,

t Notice to Jlcekeepcrtt.Believing from letter written of the line of between
following extract n by n steamers
that many of our sub'ribertl lovers 11KI: C SAFETY. OIL A SPECIALTY
of honey, and would keep bees enough arc to uValcr.tn New York to one largely intercsteiin the two places ha made a community of

supply their own tables at leant if they knew I the purchase of iron here : interest, and Fernandina would but Injure .

a,r how to do it, we hays made arranireniciits to supply "1I' rltjIlO in the shape of iron, from tin herself in doing anything to stop travel 'I

them the Itcckeeprr'i Magatine', a S2; -page crude ore tip, has risen fearfully since I wrote to :'\IL"t.'Ialt.I trt the :simple question: inolvcd ':o.n""-ITIIF.II" SrEUttt.Aour FOR

monthly, at only y4iIXn year,-former price '1. O. you, and will !go !still higher. I have nuxk \ \\c may as \n.1Itllh' that etc do tnt MARVIN'S SAFES: Jj
Ik-sides u great mistake in not urging the purchasi
this we can furnish all latest hooks on think there i* climate In Florida mill i
of your rails: three month ago. It hasroache*I IU any :so
the subjects' together with all articles used in ; :'II A H\'I X'-:( ALAKM I MONEY: DRAWER \
price which will not only retard but ehet'kentirely and equable) a that of Nassau.A .
beekeeping, at the lowest price The Uogatine (Price I4.SO.: )
the instruction of .
is full of o : many new <<'.\RII TO TIIK rrllf.h'. 1 ''.11.1.1..1.1..1. .,: 4
Information for beginners, and gives' roads-the advance mst carrying them beyond -
advice just when needed each month in the year prudential limits ju ltying! construe: N\ts\t% N. P., January, Ism). WOODEN: JACKKT SHIPPING: CAN.
We will furnish the Mirror and the Maytuinelo tion. In Europe iron rail have advance' i. The undcrsigmsi I ul'/IoIof: the Ko\al: "j,..

nil who apply,on receipt of the price>$<3oo a year.: to !S.V nearly double the price .At\vMch 'ennild toria 11011'101' Nassau, fully rivognixing tin. ; : ; \
--- .- ( have bought' it when you were here even 1II1lIIIl'li/htt'lIl temperature, the healthful ,STOVES, TIN WARE.J.l :f .. ""I I
THE steamer .ST. Johns hint: I see }by the morning papers that the* and disease-killing properties: thephux ORANGE: TREE: .IAXtTH"'u ?
passed northward nail their do l'Iwe.'rt\llly add this, our testimonial tut
manufacturers have
with pllt up pricesto the that have been jBtT-Tln Rooting and Guttering by skilled I
yesterday: a heavy cargo consisting: / of 5 cKXTs: or $,5 per keg' many already puhli.-hci
altout 3,500) packages of between _.. ...aJ'lm'Ida- _.., from time to time, III the interest of the workmen, at low rates. T

two and three hundred oranges packages of merchandise .( Recursion.An |lacc.l/-thtl\ldimlltl')The island in can the: world boast of a the ltl.ttl'r,1111'most' dc(' (\ Uornua: "f (ell'll i. n, Fonvstrr.)* (;WEST HAY STRKKT, I''

and 200) ) hales of sea 1 island: cotton. excursion of home and pleasure: seek cannot bl'l 1\11\11111 which to spend the winter I

She also hall a number of passenger: for crs, consisting: : of about 40 ladies i and gentlemen months. The thermometer IIH'nI'lltl''t'nh'. JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA. t

left the of the kith< live degrees: never going is-low sevcntytwiin \
Chicago on evening ,
: ,' above Iol'\'ell1)-"I'n'l1 degrees Pronounced by Orange Growers/ the very Sign 1 I.oft the Golden !Stove. 22-tf
--- and are expected to arrive at Fernandina on
Tri It 1i11 very health \place, und those: ufllict.
si night the
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y w'nth'r11llh'rwl'nt .
the morning of the tutu\ by the (Cumhcrbix ed with the many dinviscs known to man: Till: FLORIDA
n marked change. The wind veered aroundto here and
Route. can find obtain the benefits: they

the North-east, changing to North-west: The excursion iconducted: by ])1'. Bruen: ,,seek.We 11KST 11,1N1flllrunv'nEOliANtl: : TREE.FORRESTER'S : ,moWN IMPROVEMENT: : COMPANY I I
and blowing almost a gale. The remain- subscribe our names to this curd, in ,1.
sky ,
of Chicago, who spent several months hart
order that the real status: of the place may IK
cloudy, and the thermometer indicates a summer on the line of the Transit n'luci. an known having IH-CII informed of the main

much lower range( of temperature than for alysing: ) the different classes: of soiN, am reports that have IH-CU maliciously (circulate!1 .

several weeks past thoroughly investigating for himself and in at Fernandina and other jmlnts 'in Florida Fcrimiidlnn,
detrimental to the place.
ON WKH.\KM: morning ncy.Jolll1 h. Ley the Interest of other: the real merits: of the Rev. D. P.1V'iuu, New Bedford Mass.Allan Town* on II. II. Line, I

former 1'1:401'lfth: M. K.: (:hun-li South section of country, through which the road fl. Nix, Boston, :Mass." : .\..ulcIRr Key. '
at and( the to which the various (', Barton Tulcolt, New Yolk, : ( : : : COMPLETE) : : MANtTRIiS; ,
paMse, uses:
this I'hll'O'U.'I married by the He,'. James J. E:: II. Foster, l:. S. A. I
Atkins to Miss classes: of lands are best adapted. Thomas S. (Mover N. Y.
: Mary Estclle: Houx of Fernandinii. Brooklyn, -
"*.. K M. Krute l'.H\.
The bridal
party de >arteil thc
] on
Transit train The Admiral. George, .\. I'hmpton, Buffalo, N. Y. FOil EVKKV: : .FUIM:<< CHOI-,
: for Key West, where Sir. Ley Tlii handsome steamer: reached this: porton Thoma White, M. D., Hamilton, Ontario.R. '

is now ,tutionl"t.'t. Thursday morning from Wilmington, J. Sherman, Buffalo: N. Y. .+ Offers to iassrr'And Purchasers a'largl'

... 1). Gillies Hamilton. .Ontario.Baltimore. number 'of the most eligible and desirable
(!o1. It. S. Spuufdlhg of Atlanta! Ga., passed IVI., having ion, lioard Mr.' I. K: Roberts anda -J. S. Townson.l.: M. D., :Mil.

tip on the City llrlilgeton yesterday. Ho party of friends.: :She; cleared on yesterday V. Chubb, N. Y, :'!-15.1 alti. Prepared on u scientific large )'Il'1.11'1'r principle acre.DKIUKS to pnsluet<<' Lots, suitable for Itusiness<< I'urpomw for

for Cedar Key where she will take on Hen. Suburban Residence
took City or ,
u walk out to sec the E mont, and the
Grant und ,!li tin party and carry them to Hotel Arrival
result that he is determined ,
to comeback HII\'L1nIl. EUMOMV C) Johnson; : M I W G"rri .ui, N UPON) EASY: TERMS: I
this way and stay awhile. "('u1. Dick," Y; E: J Acoxta, Jr, Savannah; I""IIOil..

as he is familiarly known all over Georgia, i rhe.ldiniralIsanew: vessel of about a4M) man, Wm M Royce, Manchester! N It; (.ft'llII ALSO ) I

is deeply engaged in orange growing in Vol-i i tons, side-wheel, aud fore. And alt rigged, and Norton, N Y; C F King: B'I/I""j.\; Hamilton IN Liltenil Discounts) on Values allowed to

was built by the Jackson & : and wife, Nashville; TS l lIiC'Y; I D : {
ill Sharp Company, I'Hlm.UHtc'1II.1TH.I.( CHEMICALS: [ ( in munufacturing industrial
and or
lI:< county, thinks "there Is millionsin Weaver, T O Harris, J K: llarri and wife parties engaged
at Wilmington Pel. expressly! for the fast
it. Nashville; J B Aikin! Franklin N H; J li Si'IJ'11.1'I'l.1MMONl.l: \ cnterprlhesUwho will erect on the proj '
mail service between Cedar : und Hava
-- Key WorthingUin. N Y; Ezra Funi.iMorlh xul'e

MESSRS. LEVK A ALDEN the well known na. .She.will begin making regular weekly und two children, St Pxul, MinnjiJ; ( t I II I ..fm tr- NITRATE: HOJtHl'l'lm ]).\, crty |l"II'l'luL0f4'f1 substantial Improvementsfor

Tourist and Excursion: Managers whose chief trips between those ports: touching/ at Key ring, Louisville-; I' DeMilt N Y; W UImlce residence, or In which to conduct their '
S S City f .ilacuai P J Counter, S S PHOSPHATE LIME
olllcc is'at 271 Broadway New York, have West, on her return from the. tint: Voyage Juninta; W I"Kllis N Y:; J B Reynolds, business.

decided to open a branch noise\ this winter with Oen. Grant I and pirty. She has uocoinitiations Philadelphia; John Fitzgerald, steamer: ('ity /SULPHATE: )POTASH, INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS i

season at' the Kgmont: Hotel, Fernandina, for lot passengers: and I state-room of Jtriitgctan; W F Barry. /Savannah; I1' NITRATE: OF IOTASH.
Wanleu, N Y; James Struthcr; It IjipMcy! B : by exemption for u term of Yl'KI'I from
where they will offer for sale Tours and Excursions : for 50; and i is: capable of great speed!, having
II Van Auken Jr F E James
; George." Kirk. :MURIATE: OF
: to all points in Florida the Southwestern made a record on her voyage, to this port of land I K Roberts, J G I Arlnlnig, New York; POTASH: taxation offered by the several cities' and

States Cuba,'and all other West In. 18. knots.' Her engines.; {are the same, which FF Bernudon, Allison White, W W Halbert SULPHATE! : MAGNESIA: towns. Apply toOEO.

din Islands, Mexico, etc., also: thelrsystem were built expressly fur the U. S., Government Philadelphia; CA Key, Kililure, Flu. 1) OILCHRIST, Agent.
MANSION Horse.-Jack W. Sluppcv J, M. ,
Hotel for the' Revetiue Cutter Douglass, in ,
coupons- Taylor, Thus. B. Fahey, Nt'Ul'li; 1' }:. .r..n--OI1l1'l:Railroad Building, Fernandln'a.U i
--- -- -- 18051, and and of superior, class) ,: and workmanship Iauls11.\1'uwthainter ( PURE: GROUND'BONE! ) :,
Hopkins St. U
; 1Iry,1L .
The State Fair. _
with 4H inch rylinder,\und, every Black and child 4. I. Thomas, Baltimore; .. Y l'\
Committees organizing county exhibitsto improvement.We H. F:. Day (Gainesville, .'111.; Lewis Davis: Till FLOIIIOA !

contend' for the grand premium ,of,$73 learn from Mr. Roberts: the owner, son und daughter, (JrulI o'Hllllr. ]<'11\.,. II. H,
,toffered at the Fifth Annual State Fair be Smith Chicago; I E. Pavson mithJ /Starkc,
"' f' to 'that urningonu-nts: have been effl'l.tctl.with. Flu.; K.: ti. Blacknull, Petersburg, 11.; B. 1'. .\circulars\ give full particulars and are AND IMMIGRATION 1 ) COMPA'YOFFERS .
held in Jacksonville, February 24th have the several lines of railroad, beginning with Hall, New Jersey ; Dr. It, Harrison: Amelia, mulled frit- to all applicants. They will interest 'ff.

been appointed for Putnam Duval, Alachua the ( to Flu.; F. C. Osterhout, Philadelphia ; Cupt.! you If you are interested In Agriculture ?
Pennsylvania Central
: run a through or On"' Culture.-. 1/Mlm/ .:
St. Johns, Orange, Madison and Clay counties train Pullman James Risk {'jt!! (If Mliu; J. W. Brewund wife .
Palace '
equipped "
Sleepers -
The names of committees for other lt son ; T. J. Bitrrin, Jjiwtcy, Flu.; Van ,
;:und Hotel CttrsYrom: New. York to Cedar Ten Brncck, Savunmih.MAJtlXK.. '
counties areexpected to lie) suggested by the ii. i:. OTTiitKit, eoo.OOO Acres '
Key without the entire
stoppages/ making S -
/lc'crullocI11 or county agricultural societies.It distance III forty-eight hours. The time Of the most J
is therefore high time that the. Nassau !
from Cedar
Key to Havana by' the Admiral I
Agricultural; \ should; act the PORT OF FERNANDINA.ARRIVED. mLAHPH
x-5ety matter. will )be thirty hours, or a total AIX'ESSIBLE I: : AND DESIRAIILE: :
Nassau divided the honor* equally with : { : .
'of 78 hours from New York to Havana,
Leon, at the laottllte:; Fair and another Jan. Schooner:! touim J'rtrtirr'nuw-' IN THKSTATE1
the time now from New York to
average .
effort equal to'the last should! sjcure to her ford: Wilmington, N. C.:
Havana being five clays It is expected that Jan. l'1-.teuneri'Juhnr: Vogel, Cliurle- Flue Family Urorprlen OF FLORIDA,
the enviable distinction of Unhandsome .
emgttioing in uceyrdumce: with the urgent recommendations ton, S. (J. #
premium.I'ueaenper. of the IWmostcr General( his last Jan. 1JJ: -SclKMmcr Merrill (.'. Hurt, Brown, At only $1.23 i-r acre to new settlers, with
New AND cpr selection In of 40acres .
-- York. the privilege parcel .
annual retort, that ('ongrcwill! make an X ,
List. Jan. HScluttlllt'r'Iu'ftd Ji hinmn Me-
or JnOI'('. These lands are << on
Steamship: City rf'I,1Irs, V\"cdnesdjy! Jail adequate appropriation the'support of Donuld. Charleston H. C. PROVISIONS. and adjacent to the line of the

14th. Mrs.J. U. .Muciilcr 4111,12 children M this: service, a the only reason fur it fail- ton Jun U-.IoI'lImt'r>/. John, Vogel, ('hllrh -
'I H. C.
J. K. Hoyt, Miss' One Taylor- Mr."I J. 15. .Aikcn tare heretofore, a* is stated 1.by the Postmaster Jan., Stiuiniiihlp! City r f I>
Jirlla+ton Conlcau,. :Mr.' Win. Ki-maine: Mr. General in his rc]>ort, luis been the inhutliciency New Y.rk.Jun. 1 TRANSIT CO.'H R. II.,

Thus. W. )Mutton Mr. Geo H. Norton, Mrs of the IIl'pn>I'riutlolll. 14--hooner Altlne Jtnim, Fountain, Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE the it-
Mayaguer Porto ]then.Jan,1SStcamsthlp extending from FERNANDINA: on
Jennie I. Hover )Ir. J. E.Hturgis, ;Mrs.[ Sarah The finishing,, fuxiihing) : (uml upj ontments ,
Admiral Ailmlral, Wilmington. 00(1)11I'I:( Untie, to CEDAR: KEY: on the Gulf coast,
A. Wallace, Mrs. M. N. Monition, Mr. W. :$. of the 'exceedingly' tasteful : N. 1>. 7 the rolacrr
thus affording to > cheap con-
Dray Mr. Chas F. Kin, :Mr. II. S. Craft, and beautiful in every detail. The main Jan. W.Schooner Aaita, Small St. Pierre, | best
)tarththpte. NOTHING BUT' THE FINEST: BRANDS taut and rapid tramoHatIon to the
cabin which at present will also be used as
)Ir. E. C. Horton Mr. J. R. Keuchcls: Mr.
Jan Schooner Knmftt Hurruden, Burliudots. markets.
Gco. Gilbert Mr. C. N. Web.tcrMf II. a dining saloon, is: very richly furnbhed In < .
.- ; ., The belt of country traversed by the Transit .
i Comas, Mr. Frank Higel, Mr. J. H. WelN: ornamental panels of different designs, opine f Jan Schooner( : AV7*. Afw, l Huwley are kept In Mock.. I
it. R. embrace
and maple in their natural colors, stvunnuh. .. ._, .
, )rr. A. U. Whaley, Mr. Pldght, Mr. A. E. -- -- -- -- -- *

(lou b ell, Master; Henry Harris, Mr. II. Fernandez brilliantly varnished, und the trimmings are eLJ Amm. Js'r T II Y 'SS.. EVERY: : VARIETY OF f<<)II.
inlaid Jan. 1 -Brig .-f*t'I" Job Small I'.nt uu
made to imitate with ,
ebony gold.
R. Cussin Mr. J. I'. Holmes
Mr. ,
Solo Trlni.la.1 W. I.
to |Iw found in the State, a large Prolortionlining
1 1:1
The furnishing elegant, l'unobtlnj or u
Gabriel Peruet Mr.Ludus .
Mr. A. (Groswuin Mr.' ,
most beautiful pair of buffets, u large chif- A.W. LOHMAN.VSFAMtUS )jK-cullarly adapted to the culture of
Percut.Steamer .
Bark Altre. Dyer I'urtlamide., loadingutsteamship
HKMI-THOPICAL FMUT and Early Vegetable, #
foniercund hundsome mirrorstund with wharf ..
very with cross-tics! form Drew ..
St. John, Wednesday, Jan,; Uth. French all in and and Th Isiryu, Comjtart 'llutl* rut Timber ,
AcoetaforFeruandhta'vrith heavy plate glass, ebony Bucki Ellaville: 'lu'l fur :Natal Brazil. -
Mr. Oilman Jar Rogers Mr. gold. The furniture all over the vessel, U i These ties are for the Natal amid Nova CnuRailroad. : make these lands worthy of I'AHEt'UL EX' i
80 cabin'pas --ngeri and 1Udetkipaaseiigew. 1'rrpnred Flour. manufacturer of Li'UBEK
i for JackvmflvilleJlarid(/ Hf of great variety, patU-rn and material Schooner! Flora Iloo 'rs, Rogers (:ktiiidfii, NAVAL STOKKH.NEW.
which i is noticeable a large number ) with AND
I'aul antiparty among fe..lottlin at steumshiii'wharf lunderfrom -
Johns River also: Capt. Boyton"
; '
Transit for New York.
pieces'of rattan furniture of various Itund. SETTLERSI'urchofllnK

and Commodore. A.J..tClr. designs, inviting in ><-3rali'e. Schooner T L. JticluiriLmu, Thomustoti, ONLY FIVE CENTS. PER: POUND.)
; very
Steamer; Florence, We lnesday, Jan. 14th. Me., loading ntt>uin 'hi|> whurf with lour land from this. are furnished
The cabins, fore und aft, are heated by her farm the Transit Road for New Y* rk. company

T. O. Harris, T Weaver, G. W. Hubb, J. n. bronzed steam radiators, of handsome' ]>at- Schooner Lnui\ frailer Crawford, WIInington with nUirefrrt pniMgtttri the Tran..

Atklnfwn, J. "'. McDanlel, Mrs. Thrasher, tern and the floors are covered with oil. N C., loading at IItt-aIIlJthl.> wharf (%tf AT (I1.1)1.[ ) O. BUILDING. lilt Railroad for family and personal effect

A amilton and wife W- A. Thomas, F. S. with Immbvr from Trun-it Gaul for New station the
the nearest
If cloth. ,The Htate-roouu are especially comfortable York. -'--- --- to lanlllul'\'La.tod.

Kills: J. H. Edwards, M. C. Dwight and wife, and ample in size and arrangement Brig Jf'try IMUUH, Meike Ro.to< k, Mccheuburg HT.UITIIIIOTIIEIIH, TITLE COMPLETE being derived by)

W A. Legate. Bath room!*, and, toilet rooms are hauling at Stc-umxhip wharf with grant from the UniteI State and purchase

Steamer; City' of KriJgetoit Jan. 4th. Mrs.lifcck conveniently situated l, and every modern lumber from Transit Railroad.SchiMiner from the State of Florida.! .
\ Ktita H. lUter, I' udh"ml.ew RNANDINA. A, FLORIDA) ,
C. F. Hall, Ira Smith, C. W Green, convenienceueems to hare been upiJiol. London[ C-onn., loading ut Ixuk >t Sons' ] l'OltltFaPJNIENCE SOLICITED.Jkwcrlptire .

Miss Green Master! C. T. Green, Master A. II, The "bridal
.Green S..}!. Werrendorf, J. H, Mourning, 'elegantly furnished than the other rooms, Schooner 44. A. Jterriuuia. Smith, **I4*- MtKI'rA(TI'MKMM ANA KCAtLIW: : IVNloveit MAP and nuriaui mailed on
Ie., loading at C. H. IfIlIJt'. mill with
Ira Dent, P. "'. Glenn, C. E. Dural and wife, having a handsome double bedstead In iron IummLr' fur Mayugnez, Itorto Riiii.<< application.)

f Mrs. Baker: E. R.: \llIlenoon.Stcaml'r und brass, with marble-topi lavatory, I Brig Kudink, Peters, howling at Read' IlrnterN and ilau s.., HAMUEL A. SWANK,
mill with lumber for New York 1-tf Ijind Commissioner.II. .
Fixture, January 15th. P. P. and other furniture in walnut. .. ,., .. ._.. ..
Br. Brig Auuiinti } Jteaul'stuill ----t ---" -
't't..I..ading lit .
lib hop, G. ,,'. Harrison J. T. Brash, Mrs. Taken altogether and handsomest, the .tdmirQ.ll"vessel doubtloui that has with lumber fur Port H:(>uiii, Trini i.Ud, TIN( AND SHEET IRON WARE, C'KOMBKK, ..
the neatest
Miss J Johnson W. 'V. I.
t II. A. Cole N. Audi-won,
ever entered this list and Mr. Robert in to
C, Clark,Jr,1V'. Breed and wife J. M. Baker be congratulated at the >>U110 far, in this fork N'hount-r JtrrilllIlT', Brown New ROOFING GUTTERING. GlINI'I)1JTJI,
loading at mill with lumUrfor AND
C..Baker': Robert Emmitt wife and sister, E. long c'heriaherl scheme of establishing rrmaiieut New York.
between the { v., In. ,
IL't-mailltt'rvin 1l
( : r.
Jones, Captain Howe and three on deck. and Havana.Etigltoh Schooner Ktlanud MMM McDonald, -

16th.-T. S, i.uI'urU <1iarltt4>n, S. I). Fernaudlna, Fla.
Steamer fbrruft, January Schomaer.IUi r Dunn, .Fountain Tltomus- Just received-a I large: consignment of

Gross, A, C, May and daughter II. P. Was- Immigrant Vowing. ton M*., from 3Iayaguez, Pom Rico, loading Gun made to order. Gun and fistula
teen Mrs.,Wassen, MUs.Ella Waasen, Cub L. The norMa Land and InffmiIgratIontn. af Re-ud's Mill with lumber for New York. Stoves.! The "(BOOK'S JEWEL" Is approj.rbtely bought sold or exrhangwl. Work (in Iron

M. Terrell a Severson Van Ten Bn>eck, T. jtiny lias gold to )'r. Alfred Stamford White Schooner A'dn Huull tit.1'ierreMarlins, ntmwl-it .U a jewel We will not or traM done at the lowest price Lock

and wife. Mra. B. F. Barton ancj of Liverpool 1,20 acrtysot. it*' lands in Illue. i repaired and key tlttt+l. All order promptly
M.JIullius # Schooner Knuett, Haradan. Barbadji! be .f .', Attended to.
uuc1entl 7'
daughter, Mrs. Sanders I.. Panders, II. Baker Aiachua county, to 1* occulted by a colony -ltooner XtHl.T,. Mvrte.,, JIawley, Savannah rx I Work not tailed fur In thirty days will be

., II. C. Slaughter of English immigrant ... \. J ly COR. HIND A A8H WI'S.'I i sold for repair( 1 If

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r .'AUit7t7urrUfiaxjAT "tO. H. OAKKN: i I.f .

>, the final meeting of the newly, :tic( iiiLuIF & -A VnD 1

'" ) American Agricultural A""' Intion, 1\11I; I) : J 0'HOLIDAY .

;, Ncw York PrufeKtor 't'll'r.ColI'lr. then :O EOETAgb" .,oO. '
of the United Stat6 l! ngrictilttmil depart- I U "4 I

,,\, lnent.govc nn4account\ of. the IJI\,(. ti rt I! slCl IIgN. rrj4A1j r,
tvhie1ilietl'alfditaltdde(1t, { furfng\ tht Vii
regarding the (extraction tmgar! front :
sorghum and from com-stillks.: : : ; He Cultl GIFTS!
that in five years he expected) thill ('tHmlrt to ,
)produce nil the sugar needed for home run 1 ,
Mimption, and in ten years to 1 produce I PERNAXDINA.) FLA. t I

enough for export, though now it tlllportl',1OJ YL .
{'oll ltalltl.oil hand + IN LARGE ASSORTMENT. y
) > .
, $100,000,000) worth of IIllturlII"re than theTa
: value nf the gold produced. Ili i is experiments IIas been in .a '
; } constant
;N1:1'.tI.LiC; II i; R i A i. CASES: > ., I
hnd.hccn made HIM m four kinds sorghum. .

f ? lie hud fo'uml that in the'c'urlr part of thewiwoii WOOD) f'OFFIXS() me by the public' ; A full stock huts just Keen' received, find every Department} U replete\\ith! ,, j i
; the stalks contained cent, of
B":' for ( +
over twenty wand
i ', ul1'r'slI1.Cllm sugar and one\and one-half to Iii Rosewood: Walnut and other wood.r.J ILliuLertukers' years CHEAP, USEFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS for Holiday Present in t {

. ," two per cent, of sugar taptlhle'of eryptalizalion. Is the belt preparation I
:, loiter\ in the season the amount of the ,
:: J former had decreiusriHo one or two jiercent.nnd ((Goody' ever Invented for HESTOU- The
": r' the latter had increased to tlmtcen or Masonic' mid other Emlllc'IIII'1III'Olll: } \ and ING GRAY HAIR TO ITS! State I DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS
fourteen The
Pot amount
<..'.. per sugar Ilol.es.EMBALMIXG: ,
. ,i:.. produced in the latter, case was: us great as YOUTHFUL COLOR AND Assayer
y. could he obtained front sugar-cane. Ibis: experiments ( I DOXE.: and '
; t: ', with cornstalks: had/ aNo been successful. LIFE."It !
;is: ,).. ,,' Out of the syrups that he had, obtained H'Jllil\' exhqlllod\ for removal. Safety' guar Chemist Fancy Goods and Notions.
i tlie antc'cd.FUUXKIIALS. supplies the natural of Mass. .
; ninety 'per cent. or more of t amount
wan found to oe sugar' The! cornstalks!! were attended to. I food.and color to'tbe'' haIr and
f, still of value after the syrup had been ex Orders hy mail or telegraph' will receive glands without staining: the

,,; :. tracted. In answer to questions, Professor: ]prompt| nttcutinn.2ltenu leading \
skin. It will Increase
.,. Collyer stated that the best time to use the '11lber that: 1 thn App sal to hihprices. thicken Physicians A
. !, the growth of the I
t ;; stalks sutforjtrakiji; ;} asjuttptntdurity t \ hair I
It \ and that the cost of H machine to make;: tip OFFICE IN SiNiioiiv:! : ,V: HOVT'S Out Sroun, ., prevent its blanching I i ,
t, 1" '.' ten or lift ri'ii-ncriw.! way! about$(1/iU. '1'hg }1'-.. jauJ SKCOXD: TII.T. and falling off and thus endorse ; t'u.ml'IIII'I"'llll1 finality and price, nnd will compare favorably with, munploB from'othl'r, cities. t

j. f" ductiou of sugar from; corn-stalk.s was 'aboift _"-- J.. .. .:.:- .:. .'_ ,_ AVERT BALDNESS. and | I
',<, ; laO() pounds to the acre. O. H. LIKES. S x/ recommend i : I j

'".7" AT the meeting of the National Agricultural It cures Itching.. Eruptions it'' 1 Special) Goods not in stork can l 10;> ordered through. n.,' thus allbrdintf ) !- I

Society\ held in Sew York, Prof. Munlv COSTIL\lTOIt! > 11UILDER) and Dandruff. As a as a ; '
'. Miles(j) delivered) an address ontthb'crrufb .' HAIR DRESSING It is .. : of Express tI.IIl1., charges: I
I ntion of AnimaUFoun." the M.tNt'F.1CTCRt1f01'L01NS : greattriumph
[ ". din rc'liI'c'. 'that 'HiMI! bcfttceln'illitinutls( ;: of desirable, giving: the hair a such orders) carefully filled AT NEW YOltK 1'llICES .l.y OI1J.'I Kvuletit! Iniycr.

"' tm.'KET4U1:11( : : : ) AXDTURNED ) silken softness which all
the :lnle."l'"'ics, EniHif the! imjiortance of in medi-
being: able\ to decide' which is the bust: for theproduction ;} UALl'STEIW! : : !, ,NKWEI.S, admire. It keeps the head 1 T. r&* T. I--DD I
,1) ] of the greatest: quantity! or best: HT.\m RAII I WOOD) EAVEM-:: clean, sweet and healthy. Ciao.r .

quality) of whatever is required/ whether of TWJI'HII'4I1IUTIIISO:! G tf Corner Centre and! Second Streets. 1 '
141A.1'IIEItIftAh: J I ; I ( I I U-
work, or meat or wool. There are! two methods ------
rti of determining) value of stock : by their I IXC, > .\MI FLOOR- I.,0'' I I ....
F ancestry and by their form. The law of the ISO( THIS { I
t Makes' \;: : l'
(correlation form i is that where one (peculiarity YOKIKGHAM'S i
: is Observed it is always accompanied Ntair and Cliurrli Work< a ', i

by ,another iiceulinrity. For instance, the Al':; ;< 'I.\I.r.Y.: \ /% E
4 4 smooth' teeth}) of, cant verouM animals\ are ., C .caL L VJ: : 3NTJacksonville OA Imo .' _, ;! ,

always accompanied) by jaws working vertically -, )DOORS AND) WINDOW) ( FRAMES:! DYEWHISKERS Flu. '." ,
1 and the rough teeth of ruminants by ;
''I .,
jaws having motion. In meat
Yl. ; a lateral pro-
: Illld1cuttle\ ; tow great lcngthi'htdiates badfeeding Post: Ottlce Box 174. I 11lrefx.E. WORK: .,.' I
= jan4 l"ernllillina111.. win change the,beard to a BROWN or
t ; and
qualities, too great depth an .. t ; '" ."
)t to develop too much fat.i A jierfyct! --- :i, s-II; 1 --- -- BLACK at discretion. Being in one

"t "' meat producer must: be the mean' in all 'respects SANItOKX,. : IIOYT. preparation it Is easily applied, and E. ]). ROCKWELL, AGENT KM FKHXANMNA.) ; j I
i I' i I .
:t. ( Without too much 'development in i I ;

any. one' direction., wiioMMYLK... tRO : produces a permanent, color that will tJ ., '.
,y FAT T..RKKYtI.-J\n old turkey raiser givesa not wash oft -
contemporary an account of an expeiimelitin PJtEPAUED BY
)NR.I BiritE .i o's;
fattening turkeys t follows, : ,"I' our turkeys ';
were fed on meal boiled potatoes and\ P.r HALL & CO, NASHUA, N, H.

oats. Four others of the same brood\ were ;Sold r fay all Dealers In tdkI": .,
'' AND
111111/At tho sutuei'thnc'' confined in another 1'roti'isions '(Groccrles11OTTOM ,

pen,and fed daily on the same article without I' + 1 K.,I'It'r copy".when sent In ('luI1ll0(20
one pint of very Finely (pulverized charcoal AT f f I' .2O IH the price of theI'llILAUKL- .", ,I
mixed with their food-mixed meal and : ,1'IIIA ,WEEKLY 'TIM>;, ;, one 1 .
ljl ltAtlSl
to "

boiled supply potatoes.of charcoal They their hud also, a The plentiful eighta 1 O'lwr year*'o'l'y any,' .i'n Beikt l In clubs 1 of t lit, Liver Complaint Kidney Disease, Fever and Apun, Cntnrrh, 1
pen In Store and to arrive by Steamer'and, Sail: : t i' :'.J JI4 t.o ""rlC'(; 0'.the' JIAUEI..l
were killed on the fame day, aiu) there was ------ -l'HIAr WEEKLY:: TIMEs.. our Female akness; Neuralgia; llhonmutisni, Drl"p..p..ia i citle- ,
a iliilerence of one and ti half piiundseach in 2OO Hales Good Hay ; your, to ally aIdress.Q t Acli'e' Bilious Complaints, and any Dtecasu arising'' -

favor of tho1 fowls which had been' supplied' 1OOOOU HardHrick, ; 9 i.cr 'copy, to single milworibers, is '
with (charcoal they being much the tattcst ''100 Casks: Linet{' V' tjp.J.00 the price( of the PHILADELPHIAfWEKKL1' v\ from Disorder. of the Stomach <>r Blood; ,,
fy, and the meat being greatly superior) in point V TIMKM one. 'year,.to .
of tendermws and -Ha\1", '. ** '*- 100 Kegs Nails ; -' any ....llIl't'fIII"6 Price One ollnr. Sent hy mail on receipt) bP'pr'ice" ..
"+ For f Six; iollnrnwe will send 'three '
100 Barrels KEROSENE: : OIL, 110 'f' '
Liberal! discount Dealers
RKUABI.K reports from the vine-growing tjp ooplei'of- PHILADELPHIA to : :
districts\ of tire proof, 12 cts.\ per gallon on board ----p-WEEKLY;: TIMES Cllle I year to '
France! confirm recent regarding 11t.S
minors C'I'; :O. IIU( : & n to.
give Agents"
the failure of the wine crop for tlie train.; : any address,IlOIttnJ free,and '' ,

year. In many of the best: districts: the low: A largo stock of ( rl/t'l'rictl./ Provisions:! u the ciipy person!of the lIl'nllill"1M AN'KALH" the OK money TIIKWAlt.iilMuutlfullytlhiMtnacd No. 1 111'cstBarSt.cor.Oceau JACKSONVILLE.(; :: ,t Wrya

In quantity will not fall short of 7" per cent Crockery, Hardware, 111:)' ,flrl\ll4. Furniture, .. volume I _
as compared with the average crop of the Doors, Itliuds, :Sash, Paints, Oils! and Varnishes of MIU Dour", the retail pritv
last ten Yl'anj. while the fnllln roll In quality( ) of which i is lullurM.

is: still greater?''.**!Aui'rtftho'' leading: manufacturers ilJ t Ntm f
have determined) to put none of EXTltEMl: : LV iJ1\ I'cm. (;.ISIi. V B @ 5J,

their best brands of this year's vintage' on I
the market, lest the inferior quality might Send orders ut onto: or call, hud' examine' PHlLADELriHAWEEKLY .

injure their wnuuerviul standing., before purchasing: cIsewhcre.SANh01tN( ? TIMES Tropic il and Somi-Troplcal Fruit ,'Trosr, Roses; Dcciiuous and Evergreen

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:! & IIOVT Shrubs and FloTcrlnsr FUnts.
' Second St., 1"erntutdinal'hl. the MIST: family journal \JUhU..ht'I.'rll... to us

'i, ,)\i\:\ BY MRS/lUIFFINffTOS\ ',' ,T'-r-; ;'. ',-f.(:;;. 4i'. A.- 1'1Jtli. t ;m itscolumustheresuderwill find;t' for ALL\"OUl'MI'lf TUB NKWM In, NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE

.. .' ample variety of Editorial, 1'iK-try, Literary Art-
. I :. CORNER. or 'PINK AND FOIUJYTII STKKCTN: : tolex, Htoritw And Hlcetcheti. Tule of Travel, fanh- a 'TREES MADE A SPECIALTY.
) -W" >I' 'Ii ion (ks+sip, Iiitt-rv'ews with I'roiiiineiit Mfii, Finuuciiil I' ,
\:. I '.i t k8ou\1l1e, "'Iu. Reports Druini'.tle l'rhlC'lltlUlRl'liltioUII
i .. Tidings, Aifrloiiltnrrtl und l>onic tic Articles hud l "' 'l
other feature that make vulimble JdgySend Descriptive Catalogue.!
every can a paper -
f. AND .00 PER DAY
TERMS: #1.50 82 ,
! ,' Tim miscellany of uplriled wntinirx( eoverintrevery .
i' I : ) AND HOARDING) STAHLES.CARRIAOEH : 1. variety and riuiKeof mibjectuiidthoiiKht, : AMiFJIT' I. nll'EI.'I .
According fo'IJbeati6ri! \ of Rooms.rpHIS LI\'mtY will be luuintiiined tut ul' old by c-ontributon who / ,. a;
stand at the head of Iht-ir 11t'C1altl"M -
, :j' ; : ; AND WAOOXSi (; A special' feature will lie the i continuation of the"ANNALS i-t Jacksonville Fla.
: .. ,
OK THE WAK."irniphie lly writtenby __ _____ __________ .
.' J_ trally located: and having been renovated Steamers n
.... To and from : and! Trains.! soldiers, North nnd Houth"l lIC.'rlpUvl'oh. neM V
throughout will he kept tut a tin-t-class Had event which took active
x in they tui purt onechapter
", of which will in each iiuinlier
house,, _Tho l'roprlctr.IIUL'lng had ex- CONTRACTS:! FOR HAULIXO Kir. appear .
'. Thene Annuls have valuable that thebound
both North and South will !' provtMl '
jxvrience spare volume containing their first nerie* 'has >OOTSAX1; ) SHOES!;
_",_ no pains for the. comfort of her patrons, in 'c .' 4 'i I 'FOB oM.\LE\! found an Immense sale.TERMSONE. .
Y', ,, making the house home-like us any in the F.I. POND: ,' I'aorairToR.Fltnp .
: city____; __ _. '__" ___ ,_ _h .. 33-tf, __ YEAH : "
\CKHOXXILL" One'copy. .' J2.00 1 Ten copies '. 11S.l0 /: ,..'
k Five copies, N.OO I| Twenty eopieti, I 23.00( oitllntl'tl3mlnntC4' walk west IIf
: : Depot,
f ; ( (
.. 0 4 : AS1I.4Zf An extra copy to the getter up of Club j. :

VTROX ,AXD BRASS FOUXDRYAXO ;4.'O/ll.C'/ and t"tahk-I.'ir.t it T Street, near O-.Tt_ Times HuiliiiiiK_ ( Till, l'hil TIMES alelphtu.sIIE1LIEa. ,JM'KSON\9LLE, \ \ ; FLOKfPA.IRON4 I. I .

IJroom Street Wharf. 40-tf! -.. .. ;
\}. : I .. .1 --- ; .'' .t1.1. ;:. I ITNPEIt )J.\l'HT L'T\.ntlt" ,pr':',
... T
0\I"\ ">'ts I i, \ -
.' MAC'lUXE: uOP.c N. III'l'ZE11'OI.LER, Mud; by \irtil of nu eits'iitlon iMtueil '
Ult k'a. Nt ; AND 1WAHS! ("AHTIXlW, i
\ ,It.I, i I the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judi- '
c i ,\ j '\ i:,i I \ !. ".,; ( ,," I of Florida fur Na-ssnu County, on u '
:;, judgment'therein rendered nt the fall term of tiuidCourt. IRON *:'UOT4! AXl?, FENCI$
',... t H *" ,' 0"1' J.1CKStNV1I4LE.I'Lt..i) : 4 b11 -, ,'1I In favor of the Hoard of Public Instruction(

1 of NuHttau County, and aitaiimt Cielin liillinK,, adlulnuitrulrix For Dwrllitiffs and Vnictericsj! latent dl"illl;
T. J. MURPHY, PRnPUTETOR.'N'.8I of the eiUute of l.iI"rt HlIlil .. deevaiMHl > ., ,
and to me directed 1 lutve levle l .
-: r II und will ofler fur Male to the highest bidder/ before upon!; I also have the larKtvt! ,assortment of MACHIXEKV .
i t Uluck. Silk 1.K) r., warranted, all| silk. the Cotirt-HouMe door at Kernandiiiu on the first : PATTKHXS in the State, ami! .--.0 'N.-,

.-L'.3 '.i', ., ', I 'j The be t $1.00 silk, (in the IT. $. Monday of January,.1M (being the fifth day of can fill iiu *.t any order without jiartioH j>nv-
'>'i., HTKAM EXC.IXE3, SUOAR JIILUS, ANT wild luoiith).within tlWl legal huuntof Mtleon ruN tI lag) for the extra expense n(1 itterns.! r JOIIS1.CKEX1.JII'H: l
: Summer Silks at 30 ('., (K) c. ; host" ill> cts.Jkfaf l.r l. day, the following deacriUM real estate, or all the Machine Li furnishtil with the
My Sliop :
of liberty
ritcm, title and interest of the said estate -
f'f') FRY IRTILT OR REPAIRED.qLAs. ; : r ting ul'1I( v. ; 'falut\ : 25 c.MWfcwtTWfc Itillintr*, deceased, therein( ,.lt! l.ut" 7, 8 and latest lnij>n vc>l, tools .which t-uablcs my Rign i of the (|OLI>EK SHOE!:,
} ', ) 9 in mock No. 311 Ix>N 1,7 and H in ltl.>c-k 92; workmen to turn out work with the greatendtsnmth : .

", [flit.(.) ] Ii* ":"tWAnMoney ; : ,.... l.uhll0fill.112In! ( 'kNLott3iMnd5uLt( wk I and at the lowest cash price.Agent .'FIRST, "HTOltE OX tEXTRE STREET,
I't. "
27; Lot 7. lUtM-k :1. Lots 3 1, 6. 7 and H in lUix-k 36; If -
for the W.TJml'O8TEA 1 '
.:T ,J.'II $'T1 .*} 11'ORKJWNSIIIPAND : ( refunded if not satisfactory. [21-tf Lot I. Block 6ii j lot 3. lUuck 12: Ix>t. 1 and 5 in near R. n, Di'iHit.
Itlock 33;' lots 8, 9, 19, -JO and! 32. Block 10; Lots ENGINE O>., and can furnish their EXGIXES :1tC Feniandina, Fla.
STKRT Pi-xcrpAUTr la THE' KVLK. 3, 4, 3, 6, Uloelc 34; Lute 4. 3. Block &:>; 1..0'.1,2,3. : BOJLEKS and .\HA\V-MILI>? at the
.. ('OIIiIIUOTIIKKS': : ; I 4,3,1),1. a. 9, 10, U, I'. 13. 14.s:. 33 31. seek No. very Miorte notice.Also. '
L ()r\tl ri.f'rmil a ..U'taill't'11\ mvlve careful 6ti nil In the City of FcruuiKliiia\ Nanaau; County, JUDSOX'H rELEllKATED KTEAMGOVEUXOIW : TI E IT OIUUIXKll by the Common Couhcil
t Slate ( Florida, inucu of tutid rvid nt.t Ii*
> or M> '
{ and KNUWLE8 HTEAM of the City of Fernuutljua ,
: y and pronint attention. will be to mdd judgnient.Terms .
..' : ." POPULAR: ncceaHiiry cash, l'urdllllll'ral"t. MtUfy 11\1\ : fur titles.PRT1:1t PITMI8 kept constajitly- on (hand, and' sold. within HtlTloN the limit>lt. That of this no in-rsou fcluill be bone l .
BAY ST. NEAR Smr YAKI CXKNE. tclaeritr.Frnlaudiua. .at Manufacturers' I.tic.frl'i ht added. city without'a.eemit
't \ M nting! by the City Phywiau in the
'' or
.. Nov. ::19, hi"' For further inftrrnatIon'Priee'Lists. Catalogues .L..t'lI8
n'.''fibopH I'STORK.:" .kl1 .r' a t" The abo\ Mile, liar been |x""puntllIti! M'"iday etc. addn F. It. POND rush I'h"icilln.by-, the Mayor, of the
.tf Jav)) lftll1\'iIl "'h.
4e 2d tll&.f
]) the <
Fcbrnavrl,19a0.I'KTKlt l (XNB, !SlJammary :; P. O. Box ,iOO: ,, Jacksonville, ..tla.CI' : SW. 2nd. The application for such permit shall
10 () and Creditors(. d be in writing, and state the name,' .
Notice fblors 8th. 1"1IIln''d"'.''1.J age vex. and
"VTOTICE: U1 hereby "idven that on the 7th of 41 ASH 4IJ: BAY cTKtkT: i --......... ..... .1 .s .. 4.J :\TUE STREET. '; [ ILLI VERY. place; .of 3.remilence The permit of the lull dect-uaed be given 1K'1'IIOn.t."C. by wild. Pby.sci..n .

.rHeptenibvr, 1S79, letter of admiiiistriitioiiMere l-rOtH. )' for [ or Mayor, certifying said
ffc ) upon application
ifrauted to the umlernluiied aiwl lie waoxlivjy! '
adiiiiniNtrutor ol the etttate of C'lmrM Juck, %! .oiitlllt>,, Florida.. $. n.fit '- M oorrecIlyaMpo.ibletheeaure of the death of
qualified u I ,' > I'.t, )IF.PlU\'nn aui
  • el'llOn. IIUiJ dniKlllltill1r the place of burial 1
    'r-Jtoyt.deoedod. lite NaMiuu county. 'fht'''.. I/'tllli a ubM-ritM.-r offers for kale ten acres of laud IIt and filing such penult with the Clerk of the city
    fore.MIpenoaahvtrwcrrditoreandothenlhav.lug J. n( AUIIiiX. l\y County Kla, between Arredondu .. who khall, cause the
    naturevlmtwtevr UKuiust the Has ir>n tantly: on hand u fine selection of sumo to be at once recorded':
    cUuiia ofiyiy and Itroiuun the Atlantic Unit and1yr..t in
    on a book to be kept for that
    r rotate of 4he' *-*-**.!**!.',1I1 pivo-it thrui dulyuthentlloatt'd. India Tritiu.it Kailrond. Ilie land is all uelliuiproed the newest styles in 'DRESS ASP HIIADE 4. Any and all puupoae.i
    within two year.* from the publi, ATTENDED under good test auadlo.. a comfort HATS for Ladies, Misses and 1'hil.lren : ."J1?eta buried I101"1 "ttldutiiie at the
    ORDERS) : TO. ) person
    PROMPTLY to the
    Ltion cots uotic*. or they will (be burred, and ( .. treeatbe MJAC'KMVAXWFLOWKJW pro.
    < of able frame lu>u e. There" DU (each RIHBOXH; also, viiuoiuiof thw Ordinance, or any
    ludebtrl W wild state au-e requwrtear. i 7 / "< >rMASONIC. '" I'eem-to Mall the J loney I'each 1:J& vine 1 log Jlt'1'IIOI1 certify I
    .11 perwi+X 4 \ ; grope (nhl'untt li ya' llaU of nui,t quality( or granting; a permit for burial in conflict
    visage >d There will lea rviruUr com. (icuppvmoni; and Concord; 75 orange II'f'eIII td 3 wit l ur
    I1f\'JlI. a.
    ,} ? ; contrary to its provisions shall be '
    FRED W.' IIOVT, 0f Auielu U MIre l Xu.47. ..'. it yearn of age; '.n
    2.9-lar6w'' I ____ _Acbtihai.tralorj A. M..OII Monday evening. Juuury 26th. at lyi ornamental nhrutU-ry. Mix M. Li agent fur the [Domotic I't rf'ft dollar. T. KYDD. fifty ,
    ---- -- brrl hreii "jr jlerinuy TUw property in In a healthy and fruitful Il itua. .
    o'clock,kliari. TrauMteut are President
    PRINTING J,'-l i" fWJT .ty t. acid; at Invited atteud. W. F. tl'OTT. W. )(. Hon ,01-:0. Hl'KNslUK.47lf Fitting Patterns,. you one -h"uld fail\ to try' Attest: : ;- ;, of Council u"

    J.>..f JOB .lowtst rates ut the 0111... Joa.4.WaIT1lSY.t3eoret..ry. Mirror om'C'I'DI1lldhl&, KU, them. tf. CHAS. Axon; Acting City perk

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