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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 21, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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SEMI-WEEKLY. FERNANDINA, FLA. WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY 21 1 1 1880. VOL. 2. NO. 10.in .



su isn txt\i TKIATIOX. empt from taxation Air twenty yers.! II' be accorded to the Israclitish inhabitants of lU I l;ln.XOTES.tiuiilh the ('lIlitll. and reiUpsting| him to withdrawthem. :

r In the elf rr'it of the 14tlivesjii1 something duties arc to be levied at any time on pasengcrs the country. }Docs: the lirey (Kirib.ddi( imagine Ainfricini, or thesegonllemen 1.tir Libby doi-s not recognize theauthority

with regard to that absence of nil true stute and merchandise! : in transit acn'ssthe : that this government 1'1'IIIIr.< i is dominated t h11vebev 1"//-'wl deprived 1 of theirottlcn* of Lnll..n1, allllh'.tlll'II to obey 1 1t

shown 111 of the Charterthe by what! he call the Ilisinaivki.ui"policy I t the order.General.
the
manship proposal encouraged Isthmus, and by the terms:
of tbl' tlilnreofthenllitdrepnblits -
I in
contfcpience( 1 Issued (
by, English: lords and others, to transport road. i ic: to be completed in three years.! j ? ___________-____ ill thvi with (Chili, llolivia lull ( address(1'111Ihc.tlllll ha : tlll'tl.

large: numbers of Irishmen! to America The if the proposed railroad tfrom w..1 lowing/ : : .
as! length ( i UVSS1A AMt Olm.1l.I.TlullY weiv.suppo.-t-d 11 bem.nvthana t match TH the I'tlplc nf! Mniiif:
the only means! of remedying the blunders. the mouth of the Coatzaeoalcos river, which I I 1'1'1' that.1 to do thing to
do ought e\er\
1 \ foreign journals not hcMtatc toascribe fIr t ,.till, :sinco they piwsMssed I I I' men llil'\'II
of English landlordism ; we are happy to )In? empti into the (iulf to the hllrh"r "fYl'nt".J, to the German Coutt, n:* guided. I byIHsmank and ni'iu1 m I"Y. l"l I Peru was seriouslycrippKd I II.w in the minds of the citi-

confirmed in this position by an article in !sa, on the (Pacific, i i" HH: $ ndles.&nrn' nfih'''jJIr'fIIfl.,11' line of whldlll1ay litirly1'estylel ,', lire hucstcdciitMii I rI'n utthe State, 1 hl.tl'l give the assurance
1 a policy ,1 : tiiu.by having duet up to this: calla counsels !have
the Krening..t of the same date which we ; *. diabolical. In the Idea ill inivTiiul: i I und I occasion for
e\eiy way ills !sinus impro\cments, I.t\'all see no present : :

copy below, premising i only I that out article, I is diffused in Germany: and thence spread\ 1 nut us. yetu>i.iu| an income to the I (Government ; puMic ullrm. 1 regret Uiut mcs.Migcs should
as written, said in the last paragraph, "deport" -':-\'tl.fJ.uJS OSS I he sent trom any quarter, which bring crowd
itbrotid thnuighout) Europe: that Russia is ; III.III') r s '"I,'." of llolivia! Illal.I.C \
What some journalists, copying n t foreign of men of both Inll this: city.
and lt11S11 and
+ not "desert' and I'nm. I II preparing to attack Germany and it I N said : IKVII 111..I'I.III.i 1'hll having This great 1"lllkullltth'in preservingbe
-\'i1.. 111
I ash phrase+ call "burning questions": topics
as prhtted.ltefcrnngtoaletter t that in consequence:<< of the formidable l\m- c-urciully liu-luiiiu-.i lu-r ,means, und her ( peace und In reaching a proper suhttiouofIheiiittletiIticsbcti

,byl Karl "enjust of pressing! and peculiar 11I1'l..t-lIrl. certainly "sian force gathering upon the German frontier 1 forces: by land 111,1 .1:0:<1'11, IUI'II 11'111 i .,tC 1:. \N hutevcr threats
not those: alone which relate iwluediutely urn made 1 have no l for pcrsonul.safety.
published in the 7/w / / and to the li'II' I
< ( emigration : to our American commerce, railways! both AnMria 1 and Germany preparedto \ I ban.llt'd In the c '"I''(, has thn far met If.our people WI\ld feel)confident
scheme the fort remarks
: : or other local inll''l.ot-4l1l1el! : all'.dr:. 'rhetrrtu demand explanations: .(runt the go\ eminent I with signal success.President I tliut 't the dl+pusi11nI111a1d1' for their protection

The Karl finds but one remedy for all the of the 1 '/-III'. Hut, say tlll' I' who l profess Prado" of Peru, bus: arrived In it MitMcient, although h not obtruded on the
anal and the business: : of the civilized 1 world, I and would all and counselpatience
ills which ,
to Irish lloh N i heirendgratuu.Assumhngtllnt ( puhli'sight keep
: to have penetrated farthest into the sinister New York U. |hi iv- si\s, in anti to
he N right) Uritisship !''Itlttt'1'tnl\lI. and consequently) our own intents, are 1'1'lIr' so that ]IHltlllllUl1 legal qutstioase'ulllld
the designs! !' of Hism.m-k one 11I11..11101 infer 11'IlI for the more cllccttial ( of he tmunle could
of Irelandis
to
as applied government closely connected with the sued: problems 11''I.'ltlll I calmly ct1lth'n'tl 111' '
in a bad plight. For l1Iam''t'ntt"!: the of lntl'olllntl"\llp\ and tile f.larnn of war now I from these reports: that Russia is really (Intending the war;; hit almost 1IIIII"II: I hit soon be in a way' for settlement. My attitude ;:
gathered wisdom of the United' Kingdom. tow unit: the Hon. )It I.munWnlasmitilnt-: 1
: '- I to invade Germany, but only that departure from Peru, of Iloli-
gathered in cabinets and 1arlianrentshascxhnusted : agitating i t-Utl/l'l'lIlI: ] cabinet and capitals 1I'1Ii.I'lt : f'r of tll11 hl'I'1 made known In myreply \
the German Chancellor, lirurl" "I's of his \ ill \\ l'n11hnI'll
itself:: In administering the altair: : In the present anxious and excited{ state o{ \ as dl.I.\ \1.1 :11'II''i.I'lIt i te inquiry, addressed to me on the

of the Irish.: At tine time "all measures: to the public mind, a quarrel between :Montenegrims I own, desires to create this impres\ ..ion, and hid General Piorolu hat 1"1'1 liMli II January At the same (time I regardhim

conciliate" have been tried, and ut another nod Albanians in ( /Jrccceand Turkey has: given; orders to the pressl\ lh\ he pays made dictator 1'1 Peru tiller I fierce revolutionary + In 1 IMl1lllln tll'llttlhlf' In a high
time "all means to; crush.: The conclusion : out of the "reptile fund," t.11'1 accordinglyupon struggle. Thus fur the strife, in 1.1.to degree, to the eliot. ) to sale 1..11'01 anarchy
of the whole matter is, if we may believeEarl or, a mttiunderManding: pu the part ot(,; I und 1'\11. and justice I requires me to suy hint
Dunraven) that the gathered 1 wisdom I is! Austria and )Russia or NIIIIO words too provoking the publicmind of i l' urol'l". ,\11111'111'- chtion (the bathes: won by the ( 'hill'll I he bus: by UIIC'IU:4 In his INIVVIT aided in

,. unable to administer the IImlitlof the Irish: and tllll pensive En ill lli>marck thcrniore, say thoe 'Interpreters, no one \\lio I ttooll"O:<< \>I the I hostile ';goxernmcntt of I1"1111 I 11'III clear tor the lawful and

The liritish Queen, speaking/ for herself; her has: followed out the plans of llismarc can alli Peru o\'rlllrowlI.( or passing p"III'fullolltiOlol the matters at issue.
ministerial advisers:: her noble Lord and her towards the French may spread the horrors tll\'iu ( i II'tI) t1.UIJI.L.SIU""f ,
; doubt that +after his conflicts with Austriaand into Ilhl.r bunds, in I con.-cqucncc II' the military : .lllll'1.
faithful Commons, looks across the channel of war over that continent and may seriously I .\ W-The Supreme Court '
despairingly: ;and says in edict, "Please to go all'xt: by advancing or retarding, our France, the turn of Russia will be next :superiority of ('hill. bus tl'l'i.I'tIIII January t of the ||

away and do not bother us: any ; we in order; the only unknown quantity' in the Tlif AVir V' /'''" r/, writer 1'I'II"t'IIIIICttOI": f'
suns own prosperity as: a people. These, then I / ;"I111'11' til\'I.rully II tl
can do nothing for 'ou-allll.o the \problem is the propitious, hour for I nuking ut'tlit'.N. \ be time only 1'\1 tell.At .
door of :state in the faces of a multitude of are "living questions, a* wcjl/ as our own I \ flf//1 glvct pleasing : 11. 01. to-day the House sent a
attack. It i is believed 1 that '
the isely lljl
r her subjects. This: is a l'lItillull'ullfcs..ioIlOf domestic politics: and industries: :<<, which we \prec us dcseripti.Il11tlhe Spanish llllptl+l{+. Nothing I the Senate, it that Joseph

failure, whatever the particular causes of the are bound to (consider\ and understand. friendly demonstrations: preceded the crushing h ," be says, .(1111111 be 111'1' jK-rftrt or }, Smith and .\ "fOJllillj land

failure may he. It is: a short and summary blow dealt to Austria at Sudowa, with more tmpo.sing than the vvuy in which been selected as constitutional candidates.

solution oV the problem of government to IAW Kill'ltMXEH' the tacit consent of France; and just as Ihl'tlllJlll' for governor. I was moved to receive themessage
AMKKIVAX und
Till: -- 1'liriftinf (' church went
get rid of the governed{ hut it is: un intensely J/"n 111'1'1',11" to \ote.!. Senator tit I rick-
I Irish:<< due.1'hen IIriti..htlll'I'IIHIIH: >

: Irish: to take themselves and their \\\. hose received from the publishers" where an amicable arrangement: was: I the riglit( and the arch chu bcss Uunicroon I body in hit: belief, but should tl .'.pft'proposid '

utlurs: :: off to some other country, British :'tll'oI"tI: Little, llixiwn and Company, llos-) made with him, followed by his orl'I'lhrllw. Her movement as sat vvi.lkcd sousStry action bo l.ro\1 illegal, he wl f<

. !statesmanship makes an admission: partlypaint'ul ton, the January: number of this uituahleperiodical. to which Russia" agreed) 1 ; so at this time Rn<- 11'1 1\ and it understcHHl that i would lund no one.lie .
and ludicrous its incoinpetenc slowcry very ,
wholly << 11'11'l'111 11\tk wins: in favor I of Ihl'
to to the treatment of the atfairs of With this first number of the silt, already drained men, m-mey allll1l.l. yet ut the MIll' (time utmost ', difficulty, und not l"'UI.-ull'lllIlOIIl lllh'l'. A

the Irish.TILL'LOUSI'1LLL. Xl'C'til'C, the quarterly fonfi of the lrrieip terial by her Turkish war, Into which His.: though .1 he was hll'alrlil to go on und i-ommittec' was 11."illll'tl to receive, sort

AXDXASIll'lLLEllAILltOAlt is: diM-anled, and it will hereafter appear marek pushed:' llll'r. I U to be crushed with (the meet her destiny vvlu-iv it awaited lil in and count the \' J1\'l'llr. The vote

a* a monthly. The table of contents assent: of Austria, and ultimately with the the) who [ Il'"ulll'lln an : Ilukf JosephL.
,
I..1m'lt
CO.'ll-.UT. tl.hupclt )'IHlili"O Smith, I* Votes: being "
'I"t. UOHrlr
will I be' found to contain( many attractions co-operation of Austria, who I is t to receive
raised receive
This Company not to be outdone by Mr.Vadley \ t the clium-el on I : to I Smith will) In1 Inaugurated this afternoon.
\ has combination of its for the legal profession! ( among which we acquisitions I : : ut I the expense\ of Russia. :<< her. The alert reminded I mic' strongly I of .\ piod deal of hail Heeling it manifested.,

inaugurated notice an able and exhaustive paper on Ani for this reason, the threats recentlydirected the cathedral In F (the After the election lt' governor, both houses
own, having for its object a through:; line 1'1'1' >IWh'f' in joint convention elected 1 the executive
Trespass: andegligrne\ devoted to the discussion against: France have been employed\ I, would lain the :
; white-robed enter
council. It Is understood that \l Smith
from Chicago to the Gulf, as will be seen by ;1.I'lril' r. ,
of the general\ principles) governing' simply to warn her that in becoming too sanctuary, wnile ) by his potent who will not be recognized by el'l I Chamberlain
the' following Associated Press:<< dispatch to I'lhi..tllhdl'C
the liability for unintentional torts nt roiu'mvn cordially the friend of Russia, she would sK-ll It "llk. If the w'fiylu will await tie 111'1",111" of the court
( drawing
'- the Naynnnahlarst law ; by 0, V. .Holmes: Jr. An artk-lo 'thiiNV clown, .hone| herself tlio vengeanceof\ which Christine cnfcrcd (the' church' wets as to the legality :, election, beforu tuk- ,
;' XEW'YORK, Jail 16-It was recently announced Trustee Tort-Fasors Arthur G. ; hug. iictiou likely to bring on u "llllc
on : as : by the (German Empire.: m.ildon '.
' art, it wat It : 10. to
; that interested in the Louisville l'ulI..nIIUIf; WI-4 liosroN, January -Special '
'. und Nashville jiersons Railroad Company and Sedgwick, the well-known author of"t edg It seems (to be the general opinion in Ku: shyness: it wus exquisite.' The new queen the Jle"I trom AIIII"II. )11111lY the

a syndicate of New York capitalists! had wick on Damage," will be read with interest rope that Germany Intends making a movement 1 It lull, svell-fonnetl and exceedingly graceful, Iclll! IUrprll'l.1: t Smith,

purchased a majority the' stock of thl't .\. novel case {involving the right of thehusband in Russian Poland, and naturally the but not .. Hut she is young amihealthy thai the in iintcrview election ,' ('xln not 1 take 11111111
Louisville New Albany and Chicago Railroad Irl.tt
Company., Yesterday the purchasers to control the remains of the deceased German government desires that this movement III the( rough skin may 1'1'1'111 dav. Ho fell plainly the gravity ot the bit-
t
;i.. met In the office of the Farmers' Loan and wife, recently decided by the Supreme ,should appear necessary\ : for Its own clear; the (florid complexion subside Into nation, und while ho has iiinliitioii begovernor

r ;. Trust Company und .organized by the-'",l'll't'- Judicial Court, of Massachusetts: : is 1'\fl'llIwiln fact forced upon it, in order to i pink) and white, und. Ihut, otherunprepossessing of Iuii ho wants to 1 be cotistitiiinitially : .

, tiullofthetollnlvillgflew; 'Hoard of Directors : ti.tlowc'Ill'r a comprehensive note by' Francis defend I itself, anal to protec-t the endangered; i Her rlI'1 look governor, and will dicvountcnunce <'''
: : : : .
eyes 1heevidentlywtiuhd
,; John Henry Jacob F. Astor l\J11I1I'II'-IrIlIll, Robert! Lenox', R. G Kennedy. RuMon: ,, Wellman! I': 'j. The departments of liberties of Western Kurope.: I truthful I und honest Iidni-, und (their glance is clear I II I Illrl'l'llltntl'ldilll \'{hud to-day

1 I';:. II. YuU1:. D. :;tftandiford R. S. Yecch Hook\ N .t ices: Review of the month, and Says a leading French journal, more than and h penetrating.( action ]IMI"IMIII'l.I.| ut least until the decision

Isaac Cllhl ell, W. C. Depauw.W. ,'. New- Notes of Case* arc full and valuable) !. half in earnest : ._ II the known, He thought there r
comb F. De Funiak and \1'illinnl'.1'hitei 1"11"/11 (ici-iiuiiii/ Minn+ nf iliir11'e| : :- too much reckless talk by hut-heudirl s'
,
TJje puhlisJu'flIloUllc'e the early publication "The German plan of campaign ugnio.tthe <
men, limit not all on one side.Some .
right read I of in French journals: ; and the insolent 1111 Wli
The of election were of articles by lion. James \ Campbell Russian is: all prepared."At 1 of those who were counselling resistuncc f
following Inspectors :
(
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chosen for IfWl/ ; Walter L. .f Cutting, and of Michigan, Seymour U. Thompsonof the time when the war, Jrollp.thllll''lIt IIIU ;f"li11I Ual', "f it'tllll 11'W"IU- to the legal Jlthorlh' of the state ',

'1 ,. h Kdward R. Hell. St. onis, Leonard .\. Jones of Roston, by Russia, was! declared by France, De) :llultk'w'as I'lrl confirms{ the rc'|>ort. The' had little) 1.11'I'Cf' they weressuytug.
The gentlemen numed own $.',IJCIU.I AI of language of the ( h'rml .\11 IC"'I': lor, l'thl"1! The general gathered' from Mr.
hlllr'1111
lIon Jno. 1'" Dillon\ Hon. Win. F. Cooper, very sick, (On) learning the news, at a Smith s (' qualifytoday
': Stf.OOO.Oilo of the stock of the 1'111101.IIlIlI1 at Paris on New Yi-ur's clay, "Iwulh
UOIU'II.IU
1 them are the president, Vice I'n'!>>hk'lh, (Gc i n- and other able law 'writers. The price( "f late hour of the night, King Williamcnt while the of friendship he will lot be <' anyexecutive
(
t" oral Manager 'and !Sevci'.a ,uirtvU.it of the the Kerirw: unchanged per sultana to the General's qCMrh.tlullllor.hft'tl him to having I II'I'UII I' acts that ho run (Misslbly)avoid ,"'*'.
' Louisville andNushivtllelwlilr'aail'Iaupau\ )', IIIIll.ldlull.l. WI.I understood Iwt ire the court Is heard from, 1:1 p. 4
he wakened.
ut the time at a kind of in, |11)lh| 1111"1'1 took u rit-css until 4 p. II, J' +
If"f The I"mls'illeiew11':111,1'|' and l ChicagoBtffr U.I1UII1LII.1 I> BIS.1f Ul "K. "'1''aTIsurhtrtdl'sfildthe Ming 1IIIIUIIII A caucus to nonilnate other state .
Road \\'lIl"be' in coniicct'nn with' the menace, to France. ,, utlt
run One of the latest ed'uMom of the- famous 'The General, half aroused:<< loaning on 'lU n"yIIIyll will be held at 2:30.Arcii'STA : .
Louisville and.Nashville RaI; l, thus till luill.t; which It regarded as one of llismunk'sorgans III.-oth I of ;.;.
', through line direct from l.uitatgotolobihe. liberator of Naples and 'of Rome it the following one clliow and opening one lyeasked : January lrllldl' .
that ut o'clock this
hills since "X language. legislature
.'" Montgomery and New Orle.Uwhl'lI the several : addressed: by Garibaldi to Mr. Crcx-c, "With whom?,' 11111',1 till The fl'IlCllllh'tl committees apNintitl- | to'

1 additions,already''; detailed! are completed.TEHUAXTKPEC'lXTKJt'OCKAyW who was au otliccr in the. army corps) commanded '"With France.1 I. allllrl that i was only after 11\1111 re In"rlll wait uNin| J, I.. Smith and intonii him of

.. . a special interview, jMwitive usmiriinccs -
by the Italian patriot in the war 'The third l'flrttiJlio on the left I' was hit 11 hit (elcciion rcHirtcd Air lllth'IU"I.tl\'t&
of und I'Jl l will from the new of the office. : joint convention
between France and Prussia: ,and' 1 iat thin only answer. And immediately he went to IK-UC-O At:0 .
ItAILllOAH. I government of France t hit Plsinurrk was bell In At the house for thepurpose
\1
time editor of a newspaper called The Vutref sleep uguln.; of udmiidxtering the oath of oilier.
WldlrtM.illele'sktrlrsapefyi.inganra' I I. 1 to regard and treat it ( .
; pleased us
:
,,'d ] : I < I'fdV.'cgi{ only the prijic-ijal I IUMH- "('h' lr the truck fur the sixth |M,rtfolio on rh..ly.wlnlw A committee wits upiioinlcd 1 to wuit UJMIII
for aii inter-ut'eunieequal across the .\ this of the German Government
' :--Jii: survey : of daribaldit's; letter: contained In a the right-Vhtulla und )hxoYiw1' organ the governor, und forthwith Mr. Null!hup.
ages
,. Isthmus1: |h y wi)" of Panama, and ,Admiral! (expressly d.llrl'that no government 1'uT| l, uccompaiiUtl by the heads. of the ihjiurtments .
I French journal, and are not without fear
t Aminen. is vigorously: working for the'u.dec- u.IILWAYCOJlll1.1'.ITIOX.liiul stand In France which docs nut keep ongood the outgoing ciuiiiciluiid the Adjiituntfieneral -
that in the process of rendering into Englishwe : I THE 1'11 'the 1 oath was thin administered
I
'. z .\ tion of the' ieuraruu' route for such a canal, have lot something of the sparkle of the We the following in the ,4nvoumih1'su'a tl'fll with lli-iu.irck( und furthermoreit ucting President I';llir c/f the Sen-

'; to be constructed under American atispiccs : I original,French ; but enough remains to I of the llHh, from which it appears that 1IIIUI'I'that the French Ministry must ate I niter>which I proclamation wax made $

a foiiijuiiiy in New'York has IHH-II organized I ; the contract with the Georgia Central take w"Mllu'f'llluit l tI.IK- toss friendly with by the Secretary of State, und Governor
show how Italian patriots: of the most. U>1-Yyancelorder I may Smith 1 '
to construct instead an interoceaiiio{ Russia. must in 11.lh'lc hi. message.IIIWT11N
now regard Prince liismarckand yd fail : Jt Cl'lurUle tU HI"lall January 17,-A | from AnguMu -
.t the, ]Istlunu. : of/JVhuanU-pt-c, .. ,. I German policy : A rumor leaving I lll-'n l'1t'II..in.ly! dr II-- their military demonstrations. This kind ways the whole 111'.t tll'i,1 utiirs. hit .

1. A charier vviiJi'cJ.tained'for thut puriise in.I. I Jew t h I tOil in this* city during the clay that the of Iw.luring und hectoring, u hUchspiritcdjHopIc : ,-,Itlllll lioix-soj u 'I"'U'utc 11,11-
III
., 'JUIll"last from the'Mexican ivtrjuiieiit; bya Roumania Drat thvrt(the: question The of+ removing question all! in- I 1.IIU 1101\.II Nashville. and Great Southern { will tl,11 l difficult to )bear.. thin of tle 11"\ut, by, til ( ( I
1I'lllUi'atc'which first bought ouV; the old l Railroad purchased a controlling interest I II Supreme .ur to the winds by
\idioiis triilioiis bearing on thtioj i* nothing I in the t>t. I..mill l :\hville und C'huttanooga : I the ld lUll takl'l by the t'ullollltallt( night.
f. Tehuantepee Company, and tUeii obtained but au artful UtMuarckian: snare, contrived I Railroad, and that the uiitruct heretofore TNt LATEST VHOM JLIINL. Soon utter the 'iioints. of the decision were

,1f;w 'Ul'11 further ('('nl'( >ions us, it is said, have. in that dirty shop, In which are platted made between that roud and the Gi-or- The excitement in :Maine Is grow big in intensity. rc'celvc-d from 'itungor, (HU leading Fusion- i I

}Ifi./ put the enterprise nn a sound ba"is. The hose sbauieful told.Jlismuixk bargains by which free gia Central had IN-CII rewinded, wts telegraphed The Fusiunlsts chiiiu to hate ( *) fists had I consultation with Governor binlth :;j
j.> peoples are to Colonel Cole and Ir. Wadlcytor j and stuff, und (the folhwkugonler, is.
t ,urveyors'\ire already at work locating the is the UrOWl.'Ul'llI of the reliable information regarding the mut men in 1.'wl'ltul, ready' to oU-y the orders sued 1 : W

!line of route. Among the members of the Latin nu-e and name. To-day he has chosen ter. The following are their replies : of Iull"1 a. (iln'ror, hotludel 1 (the IAWIJght Inn, MAIXK.'

: t '; yudicate are Mr, Kdwurd: Learned, of Pitt-- he fur has his decrvui objective that point it l Jail>otr 1"1"1 Infantry/ ali one or two Irish I ,\IU IT ) ( :,Orra'a c.
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Mumliy'fwi : In answer to your telegram, ArursTt, January Imo),
\ ;field, Massachusetts,. wi
"iI. fin getting:; the new charter, Marshal O. Re.bferU from her proper ba;,'und urged down ward'on I i und Nashville JLiilroacl (:Smlputyhave Gen. I declined Thursdayto 1 trlUL .
PIJixllnofXl'w'' the fatal slope to the .t ll'aft Ma. 'llo1lll.rllll 111 General Order \u. dated Slvtllr.; J
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Cue'and C. that ot
(1t' H, ttoughtdii majority
city a
,' : revolution comply with a of Mr.I to General Joshua L. Chamberlain '. I
\ If this plot be iiui fUMxlJ T ;York Mr Leunu-d bat Been cln J' en Prei-i we shall see that interesting eople of Ron-. i i of t-tcK-k It until In my late c/iniiany.: evening.no Antweryour dlmiiitxh the nuiiilx-r of jmliceut the (capital. lllnli of (lie Volunteer )1. i

,. dent of the uiiuiaiiy, Mr, Dixon i Treasurer, mania, blotsl\ of our blood und U>ne of our yeatenlay I will that t I lids, I it hereby re"k't! .
a
;.. i'Mr, McAlpine Consulting Engineer, and Mr. hones, bound band I and foot uud given!: over IJIC of that quotiou, way rl&lhlf aoking rcproenUtive Ute I I the l1u't (the Committee ou tII'.tlhJ ; General Order No. dated January 3, j
tuustria whole ruinous and loathcsomeprotectorship coiujuny with rej> Chief Kngineer at the Mh"imw. to hold the contract the Central 4 in
:J; Van Jl ekclin'
Slue' nlnu\y\ sutlVriug,>; ; abeyance until can m ft and have to ll'h", 'flic n-pat WW to duty a* commander of the tint, division -
The charter is fur jiinety-niuQytars, and France nut the th-y 1I'III"'fat. of and ,
Italy by ret'ognumg full cIJufcrt'uc'eitb me. 1 tru.t the Plan I )1111' lltll. requiring iommandiiigottlecniof -
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, t'" ,And grants, besides ilea right of ,,:a)'. oneiilfoftheuiicxfupie IndejK-ndence of our brctbrru( tai the ))all' for a great through line rum' the \Vet to a.I/ltilllll Style ) l !' f181lwtiull

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of euch wide of the road whereveiJoouveyetl irrevocably the machinations of their! two Central Radro.il I. au iinM| >rtant inter -.t,. C'hawhttllil Was being prejiarcl l, has IMTUdenied voked. "
,t league I ancient and iuipUc14e eD.IWl'hue"e aimI and before tlilnkiiiK of the contract, I > Six-vial Onler No. -45, tiniest January 5, '
and also a I the destruction of frefd even 1 by Attorney Gcncrul Mclx-llan., [ IHrtO direr- Jenerul Chamberlain .
'-i. to private parties <'iu. I a thousand of iu shares on account Ihig to protect ,
'%. 'tau&silly ciir about |1''.(>00 per mile as the I Germany aggrandize by the" luirthern purchamtl of their intrinsic value,and bold them Fifty 1)1 f1.I...\I".tl from Ituth, on !! public ''m,\huereby and the Inntltutiomt

Vork progressed, and if the government province of Austria, Austria rounded outund yet K.V: COLK, IWirient.Ilou.tnakoiCK <<; the I & hating beanl rurnon that the uI"| I the _ratl i.* revoked. The commanding
, enriched by gaining the 6baveGreek''rroydncew nllUcrt of all military organiza
g shall i find Itself unable to pay the subsidy, on the .K:, t-un and that hart <JI'r I i tulW1''lt"1 l into the m-rvlceof the state,

s thi npeny is to}toe,allotrl touts Itself G)) lying on the Danube thLt .i.igni .Yrifif I have no intimation at (to at Au.t. the N'lllml. ultdltttJu| ditllculty. required rel-ort to the (uimander-
what, ill be the of the Louisville and
of the deficiency out of the ties a ]peril and a menace of A | ruianent nat.lure policy an the I Republican well know that I inbitf..
thej-ex'tent '
fur Italy, France and all thai Latin Nashville Rail road tiiuifiuiiy, but, in lYJUIIt'Ut. they ran d.) nothing. (Signed) JCMKFH L. HMITII. i
tr pAjments that otberwibe are to be I ujuntriea.: It U important, then to watch it U their interest to carry out the '
i: mad monthly to the government of twelve and never to lose fcight of thin liinarck ... arrangement entered' into by our company The bribery ('lulltt' of the Fusion This order wa taken to Chamberlain by

1 twenty-five I and |n uouuinjc bis aopomplk: protean with till. (Stir, and if that It done the Unfit *-- house., .in suw.iiai, taking evidence Generals Folsoiu and Illaek of the goveni-
,ti: for each passenger/and Havanuali will be greater than it would sir'sstalf. The general rwelveU it, and replied
r "e. t utifureach ton of;iuercliaudi.se jiv .(ing The OdTenunent of the United! State has liarq t been, bad the :\hville and Cliatla- Acting-Governor I.UUJ atldreweil 1 note that lie would return bU answer this

te'Qhe whole rout. The capital and ap.tMenaure alto f jBtponeil recognizing the new kingdom ')(4-ltirf'll 'alone bet-n fonnerteil with to the Hheritr( on Thursday, .ttlna 1 that tubs I morning. Orders have been sent to the

:c. % of (tbe'oirnpany are to be ex- of Ron mania, until equal right ball u*. ) J1.1'AULCV, 'ident. 111utt were no longer nt'lll'li to prolct-t CIIIIIUlJ1 orllc-4-n of every military! com-

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t 1 pany In the tate+ ,signed: hy Smith, nnnouncing .", ONE hundred colored emigrants passed! Tar hunting party that visited Volucin ANGEL A FRIEND, A TLANTIC, WhY AND WEST INDIA

!f.i: that Cliainhrrlian hnd been.re. through; Petersburg,;.Va., fif Thursday! rnrtmtt Scntlt! 'last week in quest, of deer, turkey und. '* ',.* '.. i> / 11.TRANSIT Oil ANDpENINSULA1t
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sieved from command sal their w
to obey no orders except, from directlns Hmitli. ,v" for Indiana. ". '> 5ft bear came' Im'-k iiiinn-s (lues< it.i-y took 13/t AlEhiS AND= CONFECTIONERS" : ;= = RAILROADS.joisro :!.

At'ocBTA, January 17.-Oen. ..t'holllt'rlaIJlwill t I ( ( : 11SnSlaington 1 slung; tCN/mud. ". "ClirNtnnis.SnniteAit; : ,1. ,E ( ()l'Tn.] SCHEDULE [notxo NORTH.LKAVE. .
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w generally' lielicvcdjjii .' CltOICK: .
:; 'f LKVYK.
pay no attention to the order of Oovpni'or "'cure; STATIONS. :
Smith, taking the ciiininaiid of the mil!.: dint Kcflog's scat in the United :States! Senate I 10:30: A. M..FFRNANIINA..3:40= : r. M.
s tary from him, JIe.will hold to his 'first annonnced ., will be declared vacant. Whether Mr. ii:! >of-- 1.\I\ItII": urc' hoW busy rindinj; up 1'ieir: N. Cigars' and Tobaccos, 11:20: A. M..HART'8-ROAD:,>>.p. M.

ri ixwitlon, and will remain in th! ford will be seated or not I is !still an open mane i'rlll'.lI' :<< It has: reiu-hed "fitl!t inutiirity. 12:17: M..CAI.Ju\IIAZoi..2:00: p. M.

\ place' assigned! him until a pivernor !1:04: kval, question.THK tit I the tassels' .Indicate.( Up tl' this tim."then .- TOYS AN I) FANCY ARTICLES. 12:50: P. Sf.IUTTON..t.113: : 1'. M.

'' (' and Qualified.\. The ll'IIIO'rllt> hiisbiW( n.i frost tn 'hurt (I lie; ('rII.SIlIIfI' \.- Loa: 1'. M..?.BRANDY nHAN'CH..l:00: ( 1'. M.
1.-y are quite stiff thm: morning; and, ('''I"ll'lIlIIthe First: =National Hank of =New York, | 1:50: p. M...........IJALDWIN= ...??...12:40: r. si.I
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uecMon:" of the court. Secretary Sherman's:; pet, has a capital of luth. Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics, *2:18 r. M.:::T....; fAX\'II.J.Jo.1t:4fJ: A. M.
Gov. tiinith him hN Hllllf IIfHC'l'l'4., Tingrand; military: ''l'W : U.ll.. M..7;\VTJoY..t1:0J: :< : A. M. ,
h uppointul ..1110 ( ) It 'last had\ time re\ by (;C'II. .1..I I. furnished nt the shortest notice, at rock-bot :
Y: Gen. Chamberlain in Ids reply to (h \'. only $ "" yet year at veer !>!<.kinnilvi1t" take luiv mi the siVoml lny tom price:< nt 3:22: P. M.........?.TEMPLES 4..10:4-t: \. M.
Smith concludes : "While the matters now $127,000,0< ( of Government funds: on de | ANGEL'S BAKERY, :3:32: P. M.............HTARKK:........... 10:37: r. M I.
in I Issue Involve the very'questIon wlietheiyon posit. Its profits are said tube $:.'(("),000 per of tlie: Mr: fn tl...- 1'I'l'lIooll. ( .1111110111.\| ,drill Centre Street, 3:4(5: 1'. M..........THURSTOX= ........10:10 r. st.

t{ F are governor or not, it mast lie maiii annum. in the lItc'I'IIIIIIII KiMe mU-st mi the dav 23: Opp. old 1'. O. Builollu 4:20: p. M.\.AI.DO 9:48 A. M.f .

lest to you that I should fail in duty were Gdlowhng.Soedubraul I) --.-. -- ----. --- /):2!) P. M..GAINESVILLE.8:50:: : A. M.

I to surrender' my trust, except on undoubt- A BRKAKUK of about fifty of the "carbon fare will be ) Jr. M: ,21'. M........ ARREDONDO......, 8:18: : .\. M.Oi .
'; ed.evidcnce! of your: authority to demand it. hOI':<('-l'IllOc' ,," in Edison's lamps occurred recently to' grounds i"cents' 11.1.1'OOJ (\: P. M............ IJATTON ...........7:50: A. si.
I cannot but add; that courtesy and the custom and matters have standstill f >r r iiin.l! \ trip, 1 1.\\ cci's\!: mc way.I'.vcry 0:30: P. M............ARCHER: ..?........7:32:: A. si.
to
of service' to say nothing of the grave come a means! will Iu adopted for the comfort 1 ENEUAL: =NEWSDEALER: :: 7:12: P. si............HRONSON= ...........0:52: A. M.
complications of the present situation, give in the manufactory. About fifty lamp :l1,11\'c') unni'iilatinii of \'ll"illll.-/lrl.r.zr." ( 8:07: P. M......OTTER CREEK..6uJ: : : A. M.
;t r me the right to expect that you will furnish arc yet burning, one of which ha been 8:47: P. M.,1)SE11'OOI.5:141.1: y.

the proper evidence of your authority." alight! for forty days. WB iiiv )glad /C.t'laow fast our county i iiK'ttling IIOOKSELLERSTATIONER, 0:30:: r. si.......?.CEDAR KEY....?...4:15: A. St.

.ry Dosrox, January .-A Raco special says up with n good l c-1a'l'l:' if immigrants; Pen i n Nit I n r Ilnilroiul.
/ "!>__ ex-Secretary of State hove arrived from Augusta Foreign. Dealer In I'nrUC'
fiend tuNorth! 1111.W"t.\ Nearly every "M, STATIONS.!'!
the midni lie states
on
V; -4: :(,: that Joseph L. Smith declares: : "I have been )OAMDETTV has been re-elected! Prei- train now bring" ns:" from eight to ten newr.ciwi'ins. ooo: A.M..........?.WALDO............

I J: chosen! governor and by-I'll be governor dent of the Chamber of Deputies. IVnns.vlvatiia I and Ohio 111c..ata'i.lIh'll \\'e CKJSTRK STHEKT, FERXAXDINA= = FLA. 0:40: A. M.......... :SANTA Fl': ..........tt.10: r. si.
:, ', ." Tills most of the F FusionL applaud. lihl.rallto 7:40: A. M....... HAWTHORNE= ......10:45: p. si.LOCIILOOSA .
OAMBKTTA been Bradford
M. re-elected
t They laugh at the decision of the Supreme to the societywithin I ......... ?.....10:00: > I', si.
: :., Court. They say they will support) Hmith in Chamber of Deputies:< by a large; majority. the List Week.-Mnrkf.: 'J'ftrprn/ili. I Shelf Tapers, Ret tire Frames, Brackets, D. E. )(MAXWELL: Snpt.FKUNAXDINA .

whatever he may do. On the other hand TILE insurgents in India under Mahomed I 11 fu. I Elihu :Smith unl\'l'tllul't! week for thepurpose 1.oII111Crocln't!'! Sets!, Hand Glasses, Combs, FLA., Doc. 23, 1870.!
4t Republicans arc no, less' resolute to adhere i Brushes\ etc. I'apcteries: in Jtrl'UtIlrit.tr.. ._
of the mill -- -
erecting saw for Mr.Fairehild. --- ----
Kuhn have attacked and sacked ('lIhul.A ;
at any cost to what they say it: the side Also Sewing Machine Needles, Oil, etc.
of right and law. There is no mistaking the it will be ,put east of the nut!. Clipper Inkstands, i.) cents. WINTER SEASON 1879 & 1880.
fact: that deep and bitter feelings are being I.AIUIK cotton mill eras:< burned at Bradford road.f: \ [i'airi'hild i is old erienccdmill 1 .
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engendered, and no one know what an Eng.: on the 12th ; loss: $70,000.) ) mlII. and doubtless knows what he N! NASSAU COLI I GIFon GEORGIA AND FLORIDA

hour may bring!< forth. Tint steamer Glfntlwe, from Norfolk for ub"t.'c welcome! nil enterprises" :< that ore
BOSTON 17. An special
January Augusta Co.
says the Republican[ house was called to Liverpool, lost 157 !head of cattle on thepassage. calcnlatiHl to benefit the place and! prove remunerative YOUNG LADIES, Inland Steamboat ,

r order at 2:20: p. m. by Speaker Weeks. The ) to the \\'l'ojc'.tor:04.-hlrr: Key -
a. Representative Hall wan packed with jncn, AT FERXAXDIXA, FLA.A !
.land turf.L'n SEA-SICKNESS t NO OCEAN DANGERS i
every inch of space in the surrounding; scats IT I is now hinted that the International

;''; being occupied by standing men, while the Society is responsible for the recent riotsat : SXAPPKK.-There I is perhaps no finer lncation. '

galleries were a solid mass of human being; Pcsth. fishing; on the mast of Florida than is nl- Thorough English Time Schedule,Taking Effect Tuesday,Dee. 23/79;
All the Republican members,with a few exceptions r1 -
were present.:< Mr. Knowles, ofllradfurtl A PARTY of process-servers, escorted by forded on the snapper& banks: a few miles Si>ecial n advantages 1'.tiSTINUmi(1 DR.IXU .\\\'-

"' and )Ir. Temple,. of Eddinton, )Nlice were attacked and maltreated in south and west of this: place. Very often MfKicimd FRENCH.

'll\ Fusion members came in and took the County Mayo, Ireland, on Thursday. a party is: made up who I go out and enjoy For Circulars, address !1M
., scats they had occupied In the Fusion house, It.J.. H. MYERS,
the aninutiiisport, coming hack well supplied I
: and were greeted with ap lauge. HERR PRETORU'S former President of the Femandina, Fla.
.t At'ousTA; January 17. The committee on ) I with the finny\ tribe of the crimsonhue. --------- -- -.-- ..--- .-..
of been arrested
Transvaal has at
1':1": gubernatorial vote reported as follows : Republic .- It i is not only a :Iclt/r'l"< / 'of amusement, ", I LOnr'H
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,I { Whole number of votes cast 138,800; necessary Cape Town for high treason. i but abut" of profit Several boats: arc cngaped:: TUB STEAMERS \

to choice 09,404-Daniel F. Davis; 08,907; TERRIBLE Hoods are devastating the Island in :STEAMSHIP; LIXE.= ::
red
catching and often there
b Joseph L. Smith. 47,073; Alonzo Oarcelon, ; snapper are FLOHllJ.\ CITYOFBRIDGETON
21,851; Bion Bradbury, :204; the rest scattcrtcring of Kitts, West Indies, and two hundred lives brought' ; to this; |"laic; as much as 2,500

, votes for the several' candidates. and $2.r)0ollO worth of property are reportedlost. pounds I by une boat. The fish is considered I CAl'T. JOHX FITZOKKALI).

There was no choice. The House then proceeded line and commands a good) "I' ('l.-n"tr Only Direct Line to New York.
to select two names to be sent to the
Senate. .The result of the balloting; was: KX-EMPIIKHS: 1 t'UENIE will leave for the Kr'/I ..Juill'ilcl.HIIERI. D'AVID I CLARK.

Whole number of votes:< 88; Daniel F. Davis, Cape of Good) Hope March :2!filth< on her sad .' SHINE informs: us that he :saw a \ CAI'TAIX WAH1J

88; lieu Bradbury, 87; Alonzo larceion. 1. pilgrimage to the spot where the young Napoleon field:! of cotton, on )(r. Lampp's& place, between ;/' ,
The names: of Daniel, J.oDa'li: and Bion
killed. FT Kit IIAVJXO I rxr>KK(JoXK F.XTKX8-
was
Seriate. LIIIIJ.WOlllllil\el.Altamontc on Thursday :< A
Bradbury were sent to .
IVi: ngl'\ 11:';. irt now in FIKST-CL.ASH
The Senate was crowded as it has not been THE cotton operatives! at Bolton, Burnley, the first day of January, the plants of 4 -" OUDKK: in every
t ; yet during the controversy. When the vote which and and full of TUB FINE .STEAM: KltS,
t was taken for governor, nineteen votes were "sand .\shton-undcr-Lyne, I III;., arc threatenentng were green thrifty OSLir INSIDE+ IiOt1TEServic&Betwcen ; :

thrown, all for Davis, who was declared by a strike because the masters refuse an bloom. Verily, we ,live in the "Land of WKSTKRN TEXAS,

1', the President to be the legally chosen governor Increase of ten )per cent on the wages.SEUIOVS Flowers," where winter comes not.-Our SAVANNAH and 1 PLOK1UA connecting ; .
at Snvniiiiiili" with the first-clam lealllllhlpHor
of the state. Several Fusion memlwrs old friend, Judge J. A. Hayden, had a nice CITY OF:,AUSTIN, the OCEAN HTEA.M.slUJ'; t'O., for NEW YORK,
were present, but none in tiller scats and riots: are reported as having taken mess of roastlng-ears from his garden on aim with the Philadelphia, Baltimore und Boston
,,1 none participating. The announcement place in Pcsth:< on the 13th, between students 't'jTY OF DALLAS.. Steamer.
was followed by applause.; A joint convention Christmas day, and didn't pick half that 4,. GOING SOUTH.
and of
workmen in a
was' then held\ for the purpose of consequence were ready for |the ,table. Where old Santa STEAMER OF TIllS'U=' WILL DAVID CLARK-

electing seven executive councillors. duel between tai editor of a Radical) paper, Clans makes' his.:mounds in a sleigh 'they A leave }'KR .\NDISA EVERY THUIISJ : I/eave Havannah..Monday Afternoon, Thursday
lion Samuel J. t'hadhourne: was chosen and a Baron Matheryi.: ?* ,.. A V for NEW YORK ; and from NKW YORK, Afternoon. ,.. .
roastlng-ears Christmas Arrive FeruRnlllna..Tuelldily Friday -
Secretary of ,Htate. Afterward Mr. 'Chad- never pick on day. Pier :20 East River, EVERY FRIDAY for Evening' ,
THE statement that Russia:< was engaged in Jour !. Evening. {'q1: j.fCiTV .
bourne with Sanford /" :
together/ Messrs.' Booker, Bowers Florida at 3 p. m. .
BBIDOETON-
or
Pendleton and Wilson, of the council, extensive millitur)' preparations' is (hnaulby MRS. LATHAM, of Lynchburg, Va., broughtsuit This IJno, having no transfers to make Leave ,
} were qualified. 'A committee representing the Invnlide Russ, which avers that on the between Jacksonville! and New York, otters .Savamuvh..Tuesday Afternoon.Afternoon Saturday- .\.
both branches'waited' Governor-elect) for divorce on the ground that her husband the best and to Florida
i upon contrary Rusvia reduced<< hit r army, in December cheapest transportation Arrive Fenundina.1Vetlnesday Morning hen. ,
Davis, and soon reported that he would was Republican.. Her suit was granted shippers. : day Morning. '

forthwith attend the convention to take the last, 30,000 below a peace footing.DISPATCHES / in the lower court, but the decision! was Oranges will ivceivc. special care in hand Arrive Jacksonville..Wednesday. Noon. I
oath of office. As he entered the hall attended ling. Arrive Ialutka..Wednesday Evening.
{ to the London Times from Berlin overruled on appeal ; Judge Anderson, of '
by the council and several distinguished PASSENGER: = ACCOMMODATION'*} ARE GOING NORTIE.
H : gentlemen, the "audience rose to a indicate a feeling of distrust in Germany the Court of Appeals: dissenting, held that FIRST-CLASS. CITY,OK BulDdETON= .

man, anti the air was rent with deafening towards: the new French ministry, one of there was good cause for a divuret.Xassau Leave 1'alatka....................Thursday Afternoon.
applause, steadily Increasing in volume until whom in M. De the The traveling 'public are offered the advantages Leave Jacksonville............:.......Thursday. Night.'
particular- Freycinct,
the building fairly rocked. After of a DIRECT: LINE, WITHOUT leave Feniundina.........Sunday 3.30 p.m., Friday.
capitol Health ItcsOI.t.We .
quiet had been restored. Governor Davis, in Premier-is regarded as a creature of Ganibctta. an a ANY CHA=,(JI Connection made at Arrive Savaunah.....?Monday Morning. Saturday ,

'" an impressive manner, took the oath of publish: below card which explains Jacksonville with all ,steamboats for all DAVID CLARK Morning.

. office and delivered. address. itself. After diligent/ inquiry we have been ,on the St. John's,. Ocklawaha dad
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sitvution Indian Leave Fernandina
THE in Ireland is becoming more hail .Tueaday Evening. Friday
". Rivers and with the Transit:<
j" unable to find any foundation for the rumor Evening.
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serious. Sixty able-bodied men with their road at Fcrnandina for all railroad Nations .
Arrh'e.lIllhl1h.m.'VellnearcJu, Night, Saturday'
j, GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.SK.XATOB that there had been circulated at this place
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Florida.
; in .
have to the Night.NOTE.
. families been admitted Killarney
14'1i'f any reports unfavorable to Nassau. The establishment .-On both trips,' South and North, the
i. 't Lainarill better,- workhouse A woman applied for admission of the line of steamers betweenthe FREIGHT AND PASSENGER: RATES David Clark will call at all way landing J
her children of whom All trllllllerminatinre at and starting Ironi Fernandina
i, with one was LOWER INDIRECT LINES.BThrough .
,i ''NOMINATIONS' fur supervisors of, the census two places bus made a community of THAN BY connect with Transit It. K. Kxpres
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dead in her arms from starvation. She had interest and )o''rnallCtinlwuulcl but' injure Train to and from Jacksonville and there with
were sent to the Senate on Saturday, and Bills of Steamer to and from
Rates Ladingto the
.' ti : landings on Ht.Johnn f
walked ) miles f for herself in travel
.. f' forty succour.IT doing anything to stop ullllOuh..1! also to and from Gainesville., Waldo Cedar Key,
, ,>l' \ 'fUE, I"U, .8... Agricultural. Society held, its to Nassau As to the simple question involved ,3SJ-HteaiiHTs; of this: Line t sail direct:: from etc. Tickets are sold through to and from. all the
is that the distress in Ireland
reported < we may as well state that we do not above points, and when Steamer City of Bridgeton -,
"" 1 :2rtth annual meeting at Washington on the mild FERNANDINA: to NASSAU, N. P., under runs through between Savannah and Palatka.
is increasing. Five hundred inhabitant of think there is any climate in Florida so
, 14th. that contract with the Bahamas: Government; passenger also have the choice of going by rail
and of Xassau.
Limerick are said to be on the ]point of star equable as and are the only steamers that ,land at the between Fernandina and Jacksonville.For .
h; / TUB Senate,( 'lnlUWC Committee)has ,, decided vation. Mr. Parnell's labors in thin countryfor A CARD TO THE PUBLIC pier in Nassau. State-Room, Ticket, and all other particulars

to report adversely .to the Bayard resolution the relief of his fellow-countrymen will XAKSAI\ N. P., Januarv'.r, 1 (SO. II. W. SOUTH WICK. Agent; Savannah., apply to Ua.the-Corner following Bull Agents and Bryan and Office Street:,

The/ undersigned guests. of the 'Royal Victoria Fernundinal: : opposite fulaekl and Here House.- .. ,
?
iG' be powerfully aided by such reports, whether Hotel of,Xa.'!sau, fully recognizing the C. 1[. )fA f.UHtY A CO, Fernandina, Fla.-At the Kgmont Hotel and to '

v : ,,1s :New York city over $22,000,000( was true or false, and it behooves the people of even and delightful temperature, the healthful I'ier0: .East River,,Xcw York. 2-tf Capt. Jno. I* Koumillat. Agent. _

tl' expended in the erection' of new buildings in_ the United, State in general, and the thousands and disease-killing properties\ of the pln('(' -- Dr.Jacksonville.L'Engle' Prug Fla.-Store Comer A.Bay C. I-anphere and Pine, Street Ticket t

1870. of wealthy and proHjiennw Irish residents < do cheerfully add this, our testimonial, to NT. .MAKY'N. RIVER PACKET. Agent; A. L. Hungerford, Agent.St. "
the many that have already been published Augustine,'Fha.--On the Bay, R. F. Anu-
'rH \)iMmal Swamp Canal in Virginia was and citizens, of Irish antecedent*, to from time to time, in the interest of the "" strong, Agent.
humanitarian work The }tslaid boast "f.the ' bestir themselves in place. can mof '
sold on Thursday for $275,000: to. the bondholder / J! UUHTAVE LEV;. .
i climate in the world; l)1.ttl'rlla'l'
a
of the distress 1 1t. General /
relieving .. pawenger Agent
*.:. he found which to the winter ...
L cannot spend =--=:"i' W. F, BARRY .
THK exodus of negroes from Eastern Mis- months. The thermometer average seventy- General Agent Savannah.
..r STATE XEWS. live degrees, never going elow,seventy-two J.'N. J1ARRIMAN
thousand in the : STEAMER: : FLORA,
: .biswippi.! has been over one. or above seventy-seven degrees.It l'lIJ. -_11, Utronager..
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, past- three weeks,, LAKE CITY wants a tt.tIIllI.'rIUl'e ciety. is a very healthy place, and thoneafflicted ('.'PT. JOHN HICII.\RofN
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with the diseases! known to ; MANSION HOUSE
man,
United many I
A: BILL to establish' additional Oc.\t\ and Gainesville are Inith to have mid' ,
can here tint obtain the benefits they _
WILL RUN OX THE ST. MARY'S RIV-
States Court Georgia IH before the Senate -
Republican
i paper FERNANDINA' 'FJ
seek.We cr during the season as: follows : OlUDA'.
) Committee on the Judiciary,. JACKSONVILLE U to have a grand rowing subscribe our mime to this card, I in Leave ST. hKY'1i'Imy MONDAY= and ..

A RIVAL electric Jhe 'invention of a order that the real status of the place may be THURSDAY ,MORNING at 0 o'clock, for lid. W. DO'WNIE.
; light, match on the :.Hist' iiutant.WARREN known, having I IKHMI informed of the many }'F.RIUSItS.uUlI will leave' FERNXDIXA _
Mr, Edwards, has been taken'up by u company that have been maliciously circulated NEATNESS. AND COMFORT.f .
'7 has been reports| at S : for CAMPPISCKXKTand ORDER
M. SO>TT, F:wp., apjHiinted name days* a. in ,
of in CincinnatLGEX. ut Fernandina and other points in1 }Florida
capitalists Tax Collector for Nassau county, and has the all intermediate landings on the river. Remarkable attention given to the Cuisine.
'r detrimental) to place.Rev. ,
Returning }:] TUI':3UAl'and FRIDAY
Levin J. 'Mltler, 'of Indiana, mysteriously forwarded his b nti. Get ready to )pay your l). U.'Winn' .' New Bedford. .Ma..,.. will/ arrive at ST. MARY' nt 5 p. m., The Arched Drawing Rooma and Hall Conservatory -

disapperal( from Cincinnati on the taxes.MR.. Allan R. Nix, Boston, Ma'*. touching at FFRXixniXA.On -
Oth, and is believed to have been murdered. l'. Barton Talc tt, New York. ', WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS have *quiet elegance that! please world.
PAUL BoYTi>N,.the celebrated swim J. E.: dl. Foster, U.S.A. -
will leave ST. MARY'S at 8:30: a. m., and can wide tourist
The MANSION under the
the Bunk care
J. H. RHOIHEB, cashier of Savings mer, who has< become famous in twoquence Thomas< 8. Hover, Brooklyn, X. Y. Ill' chartered. for excursions .to -
of Louisville, (Ky.) has gone wrung. The of his ruttier suit invention is in F:. )f. !rates, U. S. A. t of Major F. C. SCURER, propose to retain 'Its

c deficit is BO large as to compel the bank to Ucorge'A. Plimpton.) }Buffalo X. Y. -I IvungenrNM' -
Jacksonville. Thomas White, M. D., Hamilton, Ontario. name given by the Savannah AV r"THE .-

wind up its affairs. L\RUK quantities of cane on Orange Luke R. J. Sherman, Buffalo, N. Y. and other points of interest in the vidnity OLD FAVORITE."

REV. JOHN LiNAiiAJt, Il11stur tlf' thl 'l'tlUt and elsewhere in the interior of the State D. (iilliert, Hamilton.; Ontario. of Femandina.; -
J. S. TUWII\l'tul. M.( D. Baltimore,'Md. 11 tf
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F. C. SUHRER.
has Agent.
1,1.. dry )I, 'Chl1tl'h Washington, D, C.. has tasseled this year, owing to the warm V. Chubb, N Y. 2-l.VUfi. Through Hill, or Ladingby --
-'M revived the charges again the management .
weather so late in the season ---- - -
Mil*. ANNE : t
;!1" of the Methodist Book Concern.: A. II. \OYF.N, MALLORY'S LINE= of Steamer to alllpinta CLARKE, ,
: TIIK editor of the Jacksonville: Breeze has the" St.; ; 1 '
on MaryV.
.
t BEN BDTI.EB b understood to be the probable -
been presented with a sugar cane with the rniHHD ST. BET. (CESTRK ALAOHI-A, ?
f.i Xational-Labor-Greenback nominee for 1 lUK'KR AND= HUH1 CII.VXDLEU. g
iff' full tassel; the length of the nine, includingthe ( C'loi** Connectionmade

".)'J' :,:.1l be President mustered, provided to hold enough convention of the i l arty can, tassel, ,N 141, Aft and is: 2 lnchin :I :7. K\LtH IN with tho'w York and Savannah FERXAXDIXA: ., .'I,::,\., i it

is::r'. diameter. Ill Steamers. Mark: all goiid- Care of Steamer i

"W .': .i gcBSCBimoxs for five millions, first mortgage )1B.J. M. BLITCU, of this: .city, presented ,1'roviHiouM, ,Liquor" Etc. }'lurt'; Fernandina. > DEALER IC THE !

: bonds of the Tuiuw and 1'ucific Railroad us on last Monday, with a nice lot of ripe 'of' GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAS.sener.

closed on Thurwlay. The hit!... amounted' to. tomato* from las: garden He informs us I t'Oa CO/S Excursionists and Tourists will 'lIol"f'Nt Fruit and"f'I.tabl"N. ,
.\u.. B. F.' AVERY & 'LoWlC. "
more than double the amount offered.Jt that if the weather continues mild he will I, tind this very attractive trip, as the scenery *
b grand and alligators and other COXFECrriOXERIES ETCUlws -: '
rGUT took place on the 12th between have a tine crop of ripe tomatoes iu eight or i abundant game are ,

+ the U. Troops and the Aj>ache Indians In ten day Inre-St to the Gulf Hummock and leave JOHN RICHAllDSOX Garden ,Swdf", Flower, Fann and
Mexico. Beven Indians were killed ; Better go I 1 ,
New :52 tf }FERXAXDIXA \ FL-Vt: 25-tf Femandina I
Garden
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I LOCAL REFLECTIONS.CorrrxpondpnT: Strawberries. Oran market I is well supplied with vegetables '. II. J. UAKKIl fat I11t215 //., OARRKTT A IIARNKN, 1

Mrs.! Clarke received the first strawberries Florida cabbage, turnips, rutabagas,. TTARDWARE
h ,
,- m --, of the season'on Tuesday. They were; very beets, celery, lettuce, dc. ,
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And persons! hftving biiMne M with thin paper,will fine, and some from some, places nlong'the: --- --- -- DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, '

please direct to FLORIDA MIRROR Fcrtmndlna. Transit Road. She will receive consignments Hoots and Shoes.A :

Abtlce- --to.. -.-.. -. regularly during the season. new stock!! jut received at J. ,h T. Kydds. '(I. enrl H'.. Xew York.M Paints, niul Lubricating Oil.. !

r Beekeepers --- RED C SAFETY: OIL A SPECIALTY.
Bettering that many of our dulweribers are lo%. School Xattce. i
Orange Hacking.
ers of honey, and would keep Wen enough to On February ith( the undersigninl will -

supply their own tables at least, If they knew About 700.crates i JHT week It'thea.tmgcor matt a private school in the building tiC

I ,." how to do It, we have made Rrr'U1R't'lIIt'lItll to Mul'. oranges! packed and shipped from ]Inn: l'ullidlool:; No. 1. 1.\:' I'VtTI anew: OK /'INI.t'l.UI; >:Nn\ FOR ,

, ply then the lirrkee)'tr'. Mapatine n :32*pagrmonthly P. I', Bishop's packing house in this city
Rates of tuition which will be low, made) '
at only #/.** a ytar,-former price$1.150. They are nearly all sent to New York, Boston o MARVIN'S SAFES: ,
Isoldes this we can fur Ish nil latent Umks known on application.
on Cincinnati and Cleveland. ,1. N.111rrrNFn. : DRAWER
the subjects, together with all article used In -. -- -_ _. t A' ; 7,4l t r MARVIN'S ALARM: MONEY ,
Price $I.r").
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beekeeping at the lowest prig The 3tigatine Increase ofl1us/n,88 on Transit It. It. Some MoreOf '(011111:5Th11'S: : : 1
Is full of information for bofrlimern, and Rives ] 1 1HTO"I'
those nice French Broadcloth und WOODEN: JACKET( SHIPPING CAN.
advice just when needed each month in the Owing to the building of lumber mills and
yenr.M'e
will furnish the Mirror and the Magazine to the increased planting of garden truck Tweed ('oatoll'till on hand und will l 1" sohout j

all who apply,on receipt of the price,M.OO 1\ year along the line of this rOlllt, it is probablethat much below cost, by ; *: ,, TIN; WARKI, )l-
-..... .. -.- net 13 I M. DOWNKV.roll ) : {ea -rum.I.I'HJ' -.. --- ...
two additional freight trains will haveto ORANGE' : : : :,

J.IMPROVEMENT at the wharf continue'SWANN'S be run. In order to bo ready for this two anil Winter Clothing. ,:._"' .'in Roofing and Guttering by skilled -G

brick block is rapidly approaching new and powerful locomotives have been J. it( T. Kydd,l are now rwciving their fall workmen ut low rates ''' :; '1uo 1-

completion. ordered. -. -.- stock of men's, youths' and boys'- clothing, (Under Foimuhi of Get,. n. Forrester.) ( WKHT BAY .STRUCT, !

KITE tomatoes arc being indulged in by which they oiler at very low prices.
Departure of Gen. Grant.
of citizens. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
some our ; t.I t.
Ilea, Irant and party left .lal'k'oll"Jh'lIt! ) Fine Hats.

HARDENS like in the city are being renovated !)..'I.IIl.III. yesterday! ( by special train to Cedar ,1. it T. Kydd hale just received a new Pronounced by Onuige Growers: the very Sign. I.. .. of the.. Golden Stove ---.-"-'"'IL.TIIK .

l\1uIlouk Bprill -till1l'. : Key. The train reached Gainesville; at 2 p. i stock of gents' tine hats: latest i styles at bottom ,., FLORIDA

THE weather continues warn No killing: III., where dinner was waiting the distinguUhed prices

frosts this season, as yet. travelers at the Arlington Hotel. IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY.Fcrnandhlli .
Ac IP Uoofls. BEST; MANURE: FOR TIIK ORANGE TRF:. rpOWN
BANANAS, tomatoes, and all our tender I An address! of welcome was made by Judge
.\ few of nice fall goods arrived
cases just
fruits awl vegetables are I J. 11. Dawklns, to which Gen. Grunt made, abrief "
putting on a new I I and now oiciicd| 1 in the City Mart, und will -
response.A
growth. be sold without reserve, together with balancv 1
of from all -
large
concourse people parts "
ANGEL'S concrete business house is gradually of goods now on bund, by 31. )DOVNKV. ,
of the
was assembled and general
looming up; the second 1 story i is almost county Town+ on It. It. Line, '..
.t
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good! feeling prevailed.The Llecttonottce.. '
finished.WM. And CVdnr Key.Oilers r
HAMILTON; train left for (Cedar Key'lIt .'< p. m., and An election! for Clerk and Treasurer of City FOItll''l'l.lt'S 1: : (COMPI.KTK: : I.'THJ'' ; {

: gardener on the place of arrived at that place at ft:;13, where the .fd- Council l will be. held at the City Marshal'soffice : : 1\\

Mr. W.'Yulec, last Saturday killed n :shout minil was in waiting, having arrived at :S Monday: \ ', I the ninth day of February -
one old that weighed when dressed
year ,
ft. m. The& party immediately embarked\ next I
203() pounds. He never fed the animal a grainof and sailed for Havana.Weather FOB KVKRY: FARM ('nop. .
By order of City ('olllldi.Xlllt .
corn in its life. to Ix.-s.sccs And Purchasers a large
clear and warm. l Large crowds .\ Buowxsox i Mayor.

PROF. J. N.-WIUTNER- ---, --who- occasionally of people were assembled! at all the stations Fernandina Fla.: Jan. S, ls.su.A'eir l. number of the most eligible and desirable .

tries his hand at has to greet the guests of the State as they Prepared on scientific principles to p'roduco, Ix>ts, suitable for Business Imposes, 4ir forCity :'
fancy farming
onefourth -
passed. l\ill and Winter Goods.J. n large) 'h''III'rU'n'' I
of an acre in cabbages, cauliflower, ,, -.-.-- ife T. Kydd are,now rc"l'l''hlj.tI''l'r weeklarge II I or Suburban Residences: ,

J celery, etc.,''from which he will realize $2: Schools "shipments, of Full and Winter goods,
I UPON EASY TERMS.(
after supplying his. own. table. We call the attention of families in FIT- dry goods, dress: goods clothing, huts und
-
nandina to advertisement of Col. Whit- cups, boots and shoes, which arc selling at .\ DKAI.KUS)
THE special train to convey General Brunt 10 IN Liberal Discounts on Values allowed) to
ner. He hits had n desirable experience as the lowest market prices.
and party from Baldwin! to Cedar Key left teacher for. i is to I'HDIJol1HIC'urTt'ltI.: ( ( CIIKMICAIX: (' purtieNengaged in manufacturing or Industrial -
i years, abundantly qualified)
yesterday morning. The elegant steamer Nassau College JC
give instruction in all branches of Knglish: :SITLPHATK: AMMONIA, enterprises, who will crei't on the property ..
Admiral, mentioned in our lust issue, will Re-oPenevl Monday October! :'I'I' h. Pupilsmeived '"
and classical education and invite
we our mihstuntlnl Improvements
curry them from Cedar Key to Havana tin at any time UI\lllIt the usual rules. NITRATK: ::40U 1)l'l'EH .\, purchased !
: citizens! to consider earnestly the imixirtunccof
Key West. To the citizens of Florida. this Institution for residence, or in which to conduct their
sustaining a teacher and a school of this PHOSPIIATK:; ) : LIMIT:,

ON Sunday 111.'It. as the baggage; for the description.We affords every facility near home ,for the business.INDUCEMENTS.
sri.l'HATK: ( J'OTASII:;) ,
education of their' daughters.The .
Jiridffcton,wtut living loaded, u large trunk of have just heard of the case of a young thorough : : TO MANUFACTURERS

sample goods belonging to a drummer was teacher, of unusual: Jinslntl acquirements, Singer Sewing Machine.Mr. NITRATK: OF POTASH. : by exemption for u term of years from
I
dropped overboard. The trunk was "fished: i whose hucccss III school was remarkably : John Mackenzie' has taken" the agency MIMUATK: POTASH, tlmllolom.re.l by the several Pities and

up," much to the disgust of u baggage- good, und who, having come Florida of this excellent sewing machine, and i is now .
S1TLPMATK: MAJNl( ;>ilA, towns. Apply tGkIl'O.
smasher looking on. for his: health announced publicly that: prepared to furnish all supplies and reyah'rnev'cssary

--.-.--- teaching was his'life-business. that/Ihe had for it. lIe sells the needles at SULPHATH: (OF SODA, .*" ; I). GILC1IRIST, Agent.

MR. L. M. TERRELL, Superintendent of the devoted himself to it as a permanent profession. 25 cents dozen ami all other articles thu #*rOftlce Railroad Building, Fernandliui.
,
Fourth Postal Division is in town fur the STRICTLY" PI'RF( (IROUND) BONK:,
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But he has discovered that, in Florida( prices established by the mnnufuctunr. Call _H -t( __._ .. ,{
.supposed purpose of making arrangements a .. '
public schools hold no longer than for four :
and see the lute Improved Singer; -the most TIME FLORIDA .
with the railroad official about the fast mail .
months und us he finds that $40 multipliedby complete machine in the world.! .1 _
u
train between New York and Havana .
I ,
4, will not subsist family for a year oft1.e
Cedar Key. All circulars give full particulars!', nail aremailed IMMHJRATION COMI'A'YOI''FEIt8 ...... : I
months he has concluded
.. prudently 31.U11SE. LANn.AXn
-- --- ---- free to all applicants. They will interest ;
THE Nassau County Agricultural Society:: in take up the occupiition of collecting bills you if you are tntercnt In Agriculture

will meet Saturday next, at the office of :S. for neighbor.. Do the public in Florida AMUNAC-WEItK sureRt. KSUI.VO JAMCAIIV 27. or Orange! Culture. t..,-1111I '

A. Swann, at 10 a. m., fur the purpose of wish: the professional' teacher, generally, METN. IIIUII WATER. P.M.Wrd'uly.lan.21 t 'fOOO.OOO I
7.01 6./J: 2,AS A.M. a.: 'tTlinn'y .1 f .
appointing a citmmittce to organize! our to reach this precise conclusion? :42: 7.01 O.Xi: 3.KI ..16 n. 1':. OTTKHIH: Arrm >
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county exhibit for the.State Fair to In- held l-'rlitay 23. 7.01 11.24.&It 5.wsal'day
tAEIHlill.E
:24, 7.110 B.23 S.4J: 0.03
in Jacksonville i in February.PALMETTO l\issenger lAst.STEMEK f4umIM)', 20'7.00 920! 6.31 t.ftl : FLORIDA. Of the most ''. ...
_. -.- --. CITY or BHIINIKTOX: Crossmun Monday, 26. 6.W 6.27 7.17 7.8V Tj flmSAXIHS.\,
:
1'ur. iMy, 27, 0.6U &.2S: H.IW H.24 : : : AND DIMIRABLEI.ANIIH
paper manufacturing is u jKrfectMiceess and lady, .\ Doe) und lady, Mr Slasson, Mr 4

and we learn from u friend of Mr. I Hamilton J B Miller and lady, Master Miller Port of 1'ernandlna. 116AI.EItIR IN TIIKHTATK

Hcrron, the patentee, that it is the present Mr Oliver, Mr Halm, Mr. Jackson, Mr ARRIVED.Jan. : .
: OF FIXIUDA, ,
intention of the company to establish: a'lout Sawyer and lady, Master Milton, Mrs Milton 17-Schooner Tu'tntii-une I'drmliJ.J., Fine Esistilly Grocerlc N

twenty mills in Florida! at pLici: worn t Immaterial Rev L H York, !S: L St John and lady, Barrett, Charleston, H. C. At only *1JW |>er acre ,to ,new settlers, with :

will bi near at hand and trui-; ;,,>riat I) Lucy, J Ogden and lady, (J F Parker, H Jun. 17_Schooner ('f'plIJI Slrrritt, S. It. tNp the privilege of selection in jMirccls of 40 ." I

ion easy, -- .- .- -- Braggins, E B Ellsworth: Mrs &lIrhll'r, Miss: Babbidge. 17,-lk Schooner uuf)rt, N.KtHtett C.Jun. lJnni
GEN. DAVIS the OWIKT uf tinbeautiful Sfhriner, Mrs! Rhodes, I) Green, Mr Chase Nicholas, Arg. Rep. PROVIKIONH :. and adjacent to the:line of the : :

olive groveof Ihtn'I'lh>s hiss sent to und lady, Ih hart Jo'il'Hlalll1 two ladies, .\ F CLEAR KD. .. ... .- .,- WEST INDIATRANSIT .. .-
Hurlow G W Stevens E Edwards W W ATLANTIC, CJULF, AND!,
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methods of Jun. Steamship( A*. Juhim, Vogel, .
France and Italy for p.\K-'ii-il .
R.
Palmer, J L Ogden; D II Larson, II M Charleston, .. ; i : CO.'H It. r :
uiit'u(1111:1klll( ; and intend U '
olive culture > Knight, I' Griffin, Mr Gursique, Capt Joe Jan. I'J.-Brig Kwlinrk, Peters, N. Y. t'ustianenlmau rfl.viijx.M getting, I'HOICKiOODS 'J ( FERNANDIN'A on the At- .. ,
prove.that olive growing is I just as profitable Jan. -Brig Orbit, K.: N, Nash, Philudcl- extending (ruin .
1\11113 deck
Smith, O Harrimun, Mr Ives, IAn tic CEDAR: KEY: cm the (halt coast, .
an investment within the limits rat our State dala. ( ):!, us to ,

as growing. :STEAMER; FLORENCE!: Jan. 17-Mrs II I) Jan. li>-Brig Liberty It. Dcvercaux, Bar- thun affording to the pnxlucor: cheap, con- ..

orqnge., .;" White, Win Rich, T B Fahy, A (1. Tunston, admen*, for amen stunt and rapid transportation to the best
Jan. Stt-amship l'ltIf /' BISHOP SIMPSON I'. "+.'II through Fenian- John Tomkins und 2 daughters, Miss" Kate Srw.York.. markets.

tuna Monday, en route for the South Carolina Rudolph. The Ix-H of country truvemi-d by the Trail-

: The Geo T COMMLJICIAL.MAKKKT are kept in stock nit R. It. enibriwc
Conference of the M. E.vChurch. STEAMER FLOUEXCT, Jan. 18- Fry
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Bishop expresses himself highly pleased A Klemm, A G Mcndale, Mr Tom Blodgctt, .BItIC1'-'OBar.'T1t1l WKEKLY, .. EVERY: VAIUCTY: OF SOIL
with, what he has seen of Florida, here and R A Harris! 11 B Matthews, W II Bunkley, MY WM. LAWTKY ,r./t" T n Y rr {.
t Turpentine...._.._. SHCai :sean {
along the St. John's River. lie is surprised F V Morsdorff and wife, II D Barker and Ko eommon trained.................. tl &
at the wonderful resources of our state, and wife, P C Kenyon, 0 P Gillx-rt, E Hchucfcr, 'Car....._...... ........M..._...._..iione in market, t \V. IXMIMAN.VH) jMK-nllurly adapt nl i (to the culture of I "
Crude Tun"tl".,.._............_.none in market.
predicts rapid prosperity when new I Industries Miss: Florence Grittin.STEAMER Co'LaIlIIII.md lit the 1IPed...... aS .1 Hr."I.'fwWIC"L FBI-ITI and. Early! fpgctable; ..,.

are developed.WE W Ger und The Lsirgf, Cumpnrt 1laiieeoTiu4rer;
now owning up FLORENCE, January 'M: .. .'
Jo'IOI'( $
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KEItXANDINA RETAIL 1\IAltKI'T. .
.
main, Jno Phillips, Joe Sparks, T ri Atwater Corrected by Mrs. Clarke, dralrr la Fruit, ( make these lands. worthy of CAKEfVL EX"A3IXATIOX

take pleasure in copying the following and son, Capt Harden, Mrs Larktn Smith, \I'egetabla and Garden YGJtTA96Wm.'utatoe. Nrals.. I'rrpuml Flour. by iiianufiirturcni.ofAMU I.rrsr11

from the Tallahassee Flvridian. "Colonel und 3 deck ., per bwmheL.. ..........._........|l 40 All MlHweet NAVAL joIyUIt l. ,
Frank B Papy has been appointed General ---' oUttoea.. per bu.lt..l.......... OtU & 0 75 -..
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... .._..... HF.TfUU."I
India DubtHtge, per hundred .10 00 nib 2U Ul ILISI'i. NEWpiinluulnK
}o'rdghtAgent: of the Atlantic, Gulf jest Hotel Arrivals.FuxuNTGUtaVe (Iniotia, per iUurt..M_.. ?..? .. 10 tit U* ONLY FIVK:
Transit Railroad, and left for Fcman- I/ee, E B Ellsworth, COw Yew, per IxulieL....?.......?.,.?. 1 73 M 2 Ul land from this company are fur.
fwurwram. per (crnt...__.._._... QWit? 0 oil
dina on Saturday last, to assume the dutiesof Mr and Mrs, Isaac C Ogden, New York ; J K ra," '". I nUhcdwIth entire frre juig on the Trail.

While regret to lose Mr Kildare Fla J R Maury and wife, Apple, per tmtliel) ...._..___. 2 00 W J 00Ixiuoii : r'rsonal tfftvt
the position. we Moore, .,per liundred_...,.........._ 3 00 1# 4 Halitiiuutaa.
Papy, we must congratulate the Transit rood Philadelphia ; PH Bailhache, miwuuUHHospital per hundred..,.**.........,.._.. 1 W (!at, 9 UU I -- --- - -.--'- to the Dtatlou iii-anwt the lath purchased.TITLK .
: who Service 10: Hernandez New Orleans L jvonnau,each... ._..,;......_.. ._.. 0 10 fe O IS
on securing the services of a gentleman ; rc LTBY, NTItKKTY A II1IOTIIKKN: I XMPLETK, being 'duhN by

have heard nrstclass railroad men pronounce ; Jules Griner, It M H ; .\ Lehman, 0 Turkey.,each......*.....,.....,_.._ IKfd 15Uieee from the Vnitrd Htate and purchase
we J S Ogden Jersey [ etu-h. _..........,..__..._. 75 to 1 (JOItiickemi grunt .
the most comix-tent freight agent Harriman, Savannah ; "'"oW ....__..._....__ 33 <<* 4U ; I from the Rate of Florida. { J
have ever known. His numerous City; Thos G llaiuilbm, England; I>r do lialf-Krow_...._.?........? 7)4. 25 17KRNANDINA, FIXIKIUA,
they service J L Adams luck*. grown per p lr.M._...........,.. 1 (/I) 41 1 TStgg. <(<.4)Itltll'ONIKNCELN1LICITEP: : .
trust that his new Held of Knight, J) LUCMJConn ; City __. .. .
friends! here *, per dozen. ... >..._ 25 ($ ..
,
Jno Ha leton, South Carolina; BVTCHEK' MEAT. .
and of Bridgeton >
profitable
will prove pleasant ; r"A'Tl'.J:1cI: Aral IlE.U.EIW: 19NtoveN Dm-riptivr MAI Anll'C1IU.1.'L'lbIlIlallt'l1 on
Lout Reer-rteak__._...... 0 69. 12
C Ford Willie FordCity; North, ... '
-- -- :1 .Pork-_-?.. I 10 licatloii. o
uiii>
county Louis Chandler, Ifcwton, Mas; O B Dibble UutUm?._......_..-._.. tty 10 $.HAMUEL, BWANN '
THE: Boston Herald says a Plymouth ku.age...._..._._.._. III Ileatertl and ItanKeN. ; ,
P bachelor, who is about fifty years of age; Rosewood, Fla. VLOL'a rcco AO, j-tf Land (Viininbwloner.II. .

has for the past twenty years eaten works only one MAJMOSTWW Peters, t' 0 HllraAl"n, Aft liar, per hundred piMiiul....__. 75<* VO - .;., --
at i
meal a day. In the summer! be (bra, per buahel. .... .... 1 00** 1V.IuEt: i CHUMIIKK
and in the ,winter at rhoemaking.lie )[allclt'I, Wm feting, New York r J W Oau. per tiuai el....._.......,...._ Wl A TIN ASD SHEET: IRON ,
fanning His brother w a S 11 Babbridgr Iran and middUnir, per WU pound... \y> Q 1".
is an expert swimmer. JlawJe''. Philadelphia ; Esq., flour per U rrel......._..J_..?...?.? .60 lit 'IIU'' ri ITNM1T11,
vegetarian. The whole family! are r-pmtual- Kings Ferry; A G Tumuli J M Foreman, Homln) per Iwml.__.._.....-..,_... 4 7S @ 0 00lev 4, ROOFING U GUTTERING: lr: tf !

ists and have many peculiarities.The HD Headman, A IIUhman, Wm Rich, per Ion. f 10. Retail TVi. per 100 j per Ib, 2o. ., I. I FOCKTII ST., KIT. CENTaE* .\uftln,
hotel where .
I writer once boarded at a ..--,. -, -
Savannah Mr Tompklnn,
Fmith ;
Joe ,
I 'of these one-meal-a-day economists took J Capt UiulorSPENCElTHOUSE NJ \unoaomont.:: Ferunndlim, F...
one Mi Susan Twnpklni
he indulged in only Miss Ida Tompkins, Just n'Ct"lntl-a large Conxion his meals-dinner. If certainlyj i T M Blodgett, tit Mary; A A Drown,Nuutlt- Guns iitatlu to or.1.,. Guns and I1>>toes

one each day it was a "square" one, Ex Cu T J Kpp'$, Transit nit; TClayton II ; *. The McrMK'H JEWEL" Ul : appro. bouJhtl/Old or exchanged. Work in Iron
foot or v>. The wonder ern ; UEOU01A. brass dune at the lowet pricv". laick
cubic ]
,
in fact a E E J (',wart Atlanta -
the strain of Louisville Ky uriat/ly l nanu'Il-1t U a J -wt-U We will not rl.airnlawlkeysfitted.t All.orttenaprutuhtly

was' that his system could bear Ga ; J L Hor.*y,.Win l Wool Jr., T1IOUPM1N, of tb* Kcanngv HOUM, *' t. \ Attendwl to. )
have JW.
binoe we be undersold.. '
such a performance. Ever ,..hen wecould City i'aUt'r Germain, 111 ; Joe Sparks| rata.MouoUiii lUll*.per?roprietw.Trao.knl day. liberal. term ,tI .. Work not railed for In thirty day will be

preferred the three-meal;y tem- Georgia. ..der W tttoa deviling board by |be w ek. lit/ Iy IXU. HKI'OND: A AHII HT4. .old for.repair. 1 U'g

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CKM.t'ixm 'fa one of t the mostrcnmrknbj\l c.o.H. OAKEN, tsat"lorXTY .. .MO\<.'imr .:
of modern ..Inventionnnd! bids fair to J'' r--- *

/ 'f Hot lew extcpsi iydy ;irioti.v) used! tlinifvulcftiilzetl Y )' 1-1.:: IHTKIXOTOX.( V D.
{ rubber. It (+'prmtiti-ed/hays, the I ,
'r Jmirnql of liiduitru.. 1r; ldiu gum qi"l'l tr I I ( 'out, ia of .1''l'tH: t '1' 1'/)1V.1TIi j/ | ? :
;witl\"lf ,ulriHM'k\lIt-t.tMtI' : .llht, ,.tlhJI-Nln}; I
,. tliQconihinntion ton li. ileirrcu of .......
high I'r'iul': '" I .Ju"'Ion\'i1It'! 1"ln.
; nnrt( 'lieat.; The result I N a linnl (ir.ulnct of I ."-",, ... .. ,..;. .1., p'i t', _. 'N-I._ ,. ,: .\ *
:r;' i extrnonliimry tflll hlll'!1\ and t-l. ticitv. It -- '1'1:11\1-: { : : \\11.0 AND' !I2.oo! ) I F T S r
.. can he made plasticripiin! and inolitoil Into : / ( rXDEUTAKKU: : :,

'..t nny rexniired! form. Any color can lie given j .lrcnr.Ifng! ; to Lnoatt.in of I!' ii : ,. .
to it hy the tiMe of coloring innttcr during the FEIIXAXDIXA.) FLA. .*>

t.".:.:. process of manufacture. The Uito which I rniiH WELi: ,. \ O1101'0: ::: I 1 ;
celhtlMd is' jnlt Arc numerous: ; and nre constantly (''onstantly! on hand _l. trail)' locatc'l, IHK\ having; ;' .
: incrcibiinj;. .It Li ('xteJ1ilvclW''llll1i! I Mitttl\ thn>n;.(hfiut'will !h.' I kept if\ a !
n substitute for Iviiry, which resembles! lid METALLIC, II V It I A I, CANES, liotjif. The 1 1'roprictrihaving) \
closelv that it I is Honutimes dllllcult to detect r pi'iioiit" l 1IIh!! Xifiitlr; and SotKli,
." .:, the difference./ It i L'I said to' ecpial ivory in WOOD (COFFIXS, J no, 'iiaiiM'; .I'IMflu- ciniifurt of her Department i is replete with

strength and cl .o\til'lfy\ nnd 1)t to1 warp or nutking;' tlie lion.ii1 linmr-likc III' : Presents in
: for
discolor with time It has In HOIIl'woI'Ulllllt and other woods itv Holiday
proved n good ( : : ;
? material for piano and organ keys, billiard
I
: balls, backs of bnishes, looklllg-giass frames lId'rhtlu.'r"! (:,ood J,1'K"4OSN1I.LI':
handles for knives I forks, ulllhrl'llt111111, I

hw many other article'1., ( Jtl is much?.cheaper :Masonic: and other Emblems: Shrouds, and! ,\mt t I ', ;; 1\\ ,GOODS
,. than ivory, ahlll'dalllwd, to lt'htcr! for, I Jtohes.KMHALMIXO. ( ) UUASS Pl'N1)KV ,
decorative purposes. It is also 'uIl l with, I 111m:11:
t- much success to imitate tortoise shell malachite : I>mm. \XI:

4 umber/ pInk 'ctn-al, and other costly BoIi'IIl'Xltl111H'.1, for removal. Safety guaranteed. '
i
matc rja, f"' v In imitation of tortoise-shell, it .\( :\ I I.:
is' made iiito"t-ombs, nnpkin-rintfs) matchboxes FllltSl'ItAI.Sattended: ) to. a.ietl '." .

card-cases! tc. Imitations! of pink, Orders by until telegraph will receive' 1 ....:...-..::.
coral jewelry made and sold at ;much
lire prompt attention ,
... ,- below those pfhdl'egntnet) iTbc same is i .,?.(T Remember that I am, opposed to high; SPECIALTY J
$ true of imitations 'of malachite and amber.Mouthpieces prices.OFFIClsrc. T. .1.I MURPHY: I'ummmm ;- .

forpipes,'|leigar> -holllets, ,' 'tee! ,: .
:rtisnouN! : .t JlovtV( Out STOKE,
, It nlso tisetl snbstituttfor .t'4' \ from other citloK..
lire common. is as a with samples'
Jan Srro\n; HTln; ;T.
,
n, =, porcelain in mnkiiiR dolls' heads The l- -.. -- : .j';

frames of eye-glasses' oJl'ra-glm'lf'1o{;! and spectacles o. s. OAKIM."lOXTIlACFOU : STKAM: : EXUINES: ( : t: SUUAR:( I 11 .
made of it. More recently it has
arc ALL KINDS. OF= (1'L( :\ .'
: \ / through us, thus ntTord-
into In combination with linen.
come: use
t4tT'niitllcollanl.Cht / AND IiriLDEH: ,:=' ERY 1 IJUILTiJU l Itl': : .\ ,
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cotton, or paper for shirt bo dlM(/ \ 'A
: and other charges'. All! .
>,tnatoriiU J i us a hunt, glistening
surface like that of newly laundered\ linen M \NfFVCTfUnsMOttLDlXOM I-M \ : WORKMAN' I'M'I
RSTILASS: : resident '
buyer
ii'd1Mrolr11"ril H\1Ju.'! to moisture, nml. hy our ::
when soiled can he renovated with n moistened : BRACKETS( SAWED' AX j) I I
TIMIXED JI\Jt'n'J'H-Iq;: : : XEWEI.S: : I, I ,. .\ xi) Si'Kir: lYNXTTALirv H, "'YDD
spongy STAIR RAils, WOOD EAVESTRO1HJHS : : I- ", SHEATHIXO I Orders: from a distance will tl'I'l' \'
TILE EVERQLADES, so long the hiding place WEATHER: { .\HI- nnd prompt attciitiiin. and Second Streets. 'ltr"
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. of the Seminolcs it} their wars with thewhites -
IXS I FLOOR.IXO. .
and to this duy unexplored-dud unsurveyeddby nom SHOP : HAY ST., \t\1I Tilt :Sim-: !
/ the Ooveriunent, have been Makes FOR
r foumf by the actual test of the engineer'slevel Stair ami Church Work dcc7-tf/ Jacksonville. Fla. ; .
to be capable of 'drainage. The State I 1
claims' all these land?.under thq act of 18/H, A SPECIALTY.DOORS :! ; : : : .A. "
;
'lIpwIll'I'. 11It'\ :
/Cl 1 -) ft l ( ( sent \ : .;, .
and is awaiting their HU'r\'CY in order to obtain ,4{> JL .d1_) fx the, price of the :
patents thereto and oiler them for sale. { AND I WI nOW) FRAMESOF :\ 1'llIA WKICKLY .\ ;
'
Under this act'Florida .obtained 10,73o,40j: : ALL SIZES.Post year, to any ad(1ress.! ;
acres, and has u claim now pending for Oflice Hot li4.jun.1 C* 1)0 IT copy. when sent in ( *
: ad
> pt the prlct. of the 1> : .
8.50.000 more oftho surveyed lands, mostly Fernandina, Fla. 4 I.. .,. "
in 1i'olklfanatee; : and Monroe counties, but .. ._ 1'111.WI.EKJY: \ "
--- ---- Mrc
to
u "
"n.
sego liny ,
embrace I1I.1o.u largo number of the keys or : '"
( SA\ OU\r &V 1IOYT, l l"'r copy, t tll single' FKIINAND'IXA' .
fr low'' islands, from the vicinity of Key West 8O .()O the price oftlie l'imAI> :: 1' Fun "

: to' near' their' northernmost limits on the -? .\\'EE.I.1'1111: : :: one I. .' I : '..
Atlantic aide, und nil the surveyed' )portion of \\'uoU .\I.J-: liny address.l'1' "

Dade, county which consists i of only ti "trip'from ( SIIII' 1,"m l_b Six; Ito'liii' w" will .. '
one to six-miles in ''width along the pi ROCERS: : (:CHAXDLERS I I '4' .00 \VEILLVt1TI 1MIIIAI> : '"" ,'" =-

coast from Ilarncs' sound to Jupiter mulct \ IX (ne : : The lands which arc unsurveyeu, embrace', L11MIl1R,1NU NAVAL STORES.: -- tiny ni IdrusM, | >Mtnno free ,.
Ihe
I' person sending us
4,071',610; urre<, which will revert to the State u r'lIp'lIfthe AN.VAI.H: : : '

ns swump! lands: without cjjntroversy. In j, I'rot'istonsiait4l WAH.U bountifully [ yT.. PjA'D
this 'area 'are embraced the everglades in'' Groccricuu time of MOW( paupM, the ,
and i I I1' of which In Four IollarH.WE ,'
Hadeuhy the great 'l'rl'/I."I/1WUJnp in "V'5'
.\' IlOi'TOJi:\ PRICES.( : '
the southern part of Monroe., With nn eye fNIir.SITATISni.Y: CLAIM .'

to the future, while looking; for profitable _____ i
invcutmelits Apw, Ciitarli "' ,
capitalists! demonstrated \ ,
t that this repulsive region can be thoroughly 'In Store and tu'nn'in"' by Steamer und Sail : l\tJsm. Dropfpnia. "itlu i \1
drained1 and' ''made 'th(' finest snmr'kind: in '580O IJalcsGuodlhiy! '
/ ;
done i j'i, WEEKLY \ )Disease i arising .:
the if this he any ,
world ; and can ( in.the 100, 000 Hard Brick ; 'S! .. ; ... Vx
most forbidding part. $' what may or Blood ..
p
pctIiC.t That It iH the : the .
not be portions where 100 Casks Lime ; L.AUOKST ;
acconipiNliliTnrothcr) .
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the 11KST family jrJllrll,1uhll"ht'll. \
nature needs) little assistance in transforming 100 KegsXails ; fur a HH-c-iiiu-n| ropy and jndt for )' pot'price... V \

a wilderness\ s into.u rUl'\\, tropical. } ,garden} ? J 00, Barrels.KEROSEXE 1 OIL, 110. Its eoliiinim the rt-mlrr will find AM. ottlt'r() "V.
WAVw T .
.> -W. "! ; J ample variety of Kditorial. Poetry, .
1 t. tin proof 12 cts, ]per gallon on board Idles, Stories and !Skefehe. Tales ot 'frll *.. ,
v BIRO \ .
t
Iv, r train. ion Oowip, Interviews with Prominent gen .
-f TUB UTE IXDHN BKUTIXThe ; nancial KeportM, Dramatic Criticisms, AUK O VILT.E. FLA.
Ute Indians
A large ,stock of (Jroceries, Provisions, 'rl iIlWl. AKrieultnral Domehtlc
I : with their escort, passed: through Chi- Crockery Hardware, Dry Soods, Furniture, every other feature that can make a |> | .-- -- .... -.. .---'

..... l'ag'IJ on Frithq'yrrjvlltggt -t, /(\Inek in the Doors) Itliijdsj/Jisl: l '!'..lnts,. (ilsjand Yur- ble. The miscellany of spirited. "
t"! utternoon.taking supper, nt the 1ruIII11'ul'iJh', Dishes, IIIK every variety and rantce Hiihjeet aiif I \
will Itci maintained ID of old hy < iA!
;
I. nnd leaving by the Tittsburg und Fort xtand Rtht' head of their Hpecialtiex.A \ ,
? ,.' Wayne Railroad\ for Wiushington at OoVlK-k' liX'I'IKMl'.I1I.l)1V: : : l'lRi'ASlji) : xneelal feature will tx the \11 "
?,. in the evening.: ,There. wa.'! u.crowil at the : ; ".\SXAI.4 OK TUB WAH."jtraphll'"II ,
depot hnd sonic dem'onstmtiotiH( but only in Send orders at once, or cull und 1 evaniiuibefore ; h)' soldiers, North and Month. lewri|> "
the way of unpleasant{ words toward'the purchasing! tNewhere.SAXRORX: and events in which they look an active : :Deciduous and Evergreen( .
of which jit each
Indians. Gen. Allllm "rotitlrms the ,storiesof These chapter Annul. have proved war valuable '
nameless ndlgnities which the white t 110YT, bound volume eontainliiic their first : .
wOlUenllutl'er'll'ttt the luihds- of their Indian found Immense sole.TEItMSONE.
an
Y' .. \I' f 'I Y. !$:l'fmM, ;t..I 1\"I"\lmUIIII.l"III' I
.yt raptors.lie hays the women, very unwillingly { ...
-- '-'-'- -- -- BUDDED ORANGE
made a full statement to (lie' comniis YKAU; ,
slot of the clrl'ulnlitaiH'l'8"with tho ,lel'. it. I'. AVKIIV.IVKUY .
ul One copy, $:Z.OO 1 Ten copies .
standing..that,it.phouldnot, bo, published. Five copies 8.00 I 1 Twenty ... .

l Mrs. :Meeker however, published, the, story An extra ropy to the getter up of u ; ,',
x,4, herself, (ien. Adams said that had lie known' Tim \ '
'! of 9-31: Timea Ituildintf, ( : '. .
the part of. the barbarity thcsavjwes before ? / ,. .
commission -----
begun its work 'he'would ; '
1 have advised letting''' (len.;: Merntt sad his L l AXH nOAUDINU] STAHL1W.WACOXS : ;. !siiiuirr's: !SAIJ: I. ..- D"1" 1,L', ,"'fS "C' ,.l/ ;I

tbreepuulshthe jedsklns without further t : : "
delay The women were, however, so averseto ('A11RLlf1LS; :1NU UNMEH and by virtue of an Jacksonville. Tli' '
; having the facts known Unit they at first the Circuit Court of the '**( -*.4 (ii J l' *

deiiietl, even to the commission., ,., that' they To and from SteainvfM I and Trains; judgment chit Circuit therein of Florida rendered, for Nassau the fall .. .,

; had ,been so> foully dealt with. Court, in favor of the Hoard of Public 1 ) CI'NTOf.JIj.: :
_.. $);(1NTRATti. l"Plt, 1I.\1TLI\(CI. ,.;Tl"l'; I of Nassau County, and against Delia lnilnistratrlx .
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of the estate! of Lilierty \ ) : !
HER IAKT ",IOLLF.RF U."-A lady von'trimi-- FOR HVI.E : ceased, and to. me.directed. 1-luive | iI01'1
tar tells! this'stbryr 1 "I hud been out in Wc.trhebtcr and will oflcr for Male to the highest .. ." "
county, on it visit, und while\ there I- HOn I'::; nrcuiiEM; < ; HARXKSS, the Court-Ilouite door, at Kerimndmii. 1
Monday of January, ISM) (being the. : '
found a kitten which I brought home us u CAIITS AND WAJOXS. ....'ltlmou&h),within the 1t'1C1\11101lI'M of '!'. 'J
plaything (ur my two < ally dispute about the ownership: of puss I I therein U Ix 1
.. '> 'eIandlt'wai' : agmxVtlist the head arty 1tilI nga ilevelnstd, ; ,
ptoP1
U ill Bioko.. 31 ; Lob 1, 7 and 8 in ) : 'i.. i.>'II ..
:.'' sluuldil" o mhu', the ,Ixnly the luiby's: und I ;> !'f-'Oml'l' and , , Eddy: ,the yltlest, but. three yetisold, should Street U'lutrf. 4;! -tt 27; Lot 7. husk 77; Lot 3, 8, 7 and 8 iu :of 4'4'.iff'
,,,,,, he the Hole'pmprictor. of the long'nml bean --- lot 1. Block 43; LOt 3. Block 12: lots t I : : ,
tiful tall Eddie: nether objected\ to thiIIi"isiou' HlockXJ; Lots 8, y.l'J. 20 and az: Block ;
IU'I'ZIa\'OI..IUt. 3. 4, :3, 6, lilock 31 ; Lots 4, ti, flock 32;
Rt't\t'1t.'S/I puttinu him pit with N. : :
; anextrvmqly 4. & 6 7. 5, 9, 10. II, 12. 13, 14. 32. &I: 34.
tnuall share of the .llt lIl l1 hat 'fuot f If ,k li--"J 5d-aiL: in the Cily of Fernandma, Nas
noon became rccom-ilcd to the In"i+i\lIf\I\ Hl State of Florida, or HO much of said ft' \ ;
quite proud of hisownei!>ldp.. One day noon AC'KSOXVlLLi:: ; FLA.lUack will be neccwiary to natiitfy Maid JUdK '

after I heard poor,PU>s 'ni.ikiiu u dreadful e Terms. cusp, purehaM-rs fh.rKIl,'rinl CONE{r for:' ,. l '

mewing, and cullcd'out to'' Kadie: 'There, ,t' t Fernandinu.,'. :21), 1WJ. "
my eau, 'you are hurting my. part of the The ulMive Hale bun been |KMtrk>iitHl .
h. kitten ;' I heard her '('r\ Xo, ''I didn't, Silk, {K) warranted till Mlk. ,lavJ, the 2d clay of February. lswl + tan TO'-
mother I trod, uiul )'I i nH LONE
; on my (part,> your dart
i "ilk in the U. $,
lroUertI':" The bet l $1.00 Jannuary 3Ih, 1HMV :\ MACKKXXIE'S,
, t. 01 I Ir. -"s _
.,.,...... .- I'r-. "! !. .... ; Summer; Silks at .10 1-., (iii) ('. i )best 70.cts.M Iuil- r01"'ct Properly : : 1 OLDEN SHOE

r: (d IDr.IAU'I'UtJU! C..oun. MattingtI1I e1 ilfjtttryufc:5: y. 1 11 I !SnlerilllK

._ ..., .. OX CEXTRE: :
j. I ) Ulue Flannel Suits at $H< to flL:!. mibnenlier offers for ale ten STREET,
" : J. at ALbUN. Ivy County, bt> .,
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DENTIST I, )10111'rl'fUllll1l1. l. if taut| Kitistory: [::t-tt redonduuntl HronHon," on the AlUntic, { ,
\Vti. IndiA Transit KuilrouO. The! laud : FcrnandinaFa| ,
,..:1"1"-1111: St.. U-t. (,Ynt\ round Alachuu, improved, under good (rice, and has a ; t

' :' Li tfin', FERXAXPIXA: 1-1.\, (.'(..IIIIN IIlt'l'IIERN'P able 1'een-to frame(tat liouise.the Honey There I'eaeh are 30; 12 H-ui-h era| : : ;; ;;; 1\;1; by U-';Common: Council I

,. ScuppernotiK and Concord; 73 oranjje ) : of Kvrnitmliiia;
L .-. --- -- -' years of Hire; and a !urge variety of That rut person shall loe,buriN

,1\"j"W."In' 1YJI: H. ('. mutYin: ....4).u t' .to( ul'l.. '1'l..lh. tta .t. '. arlIV1tV ori.ancutal.ttrubleryt This property is in a.healthy and ( : '" by of the thin City cay Pltyiiuii without or a utrmit in the ,i)I

: tion. UKO. Ht'U.N physician. by the Mayor of the 4
GESBUAL. COMMISSION': :: MEltCHAXT: I s.LL --
L..n'. LJ i !" If / f- application for such innit shall j
CENTRE!: t"r.. E'H H. Rfm' | T, Notice Itt Debinri and (' ute UM ague, age,.Hex, and :
41 AND 4.1: BAY rREKT, "VT OTICU U hereby gien that on : <" or the ckM rs.ed J"'hoO I ,
I. nui\ shall be
Jo'ImSANUlS.\, I- 1\( ) .. .rt.rn; ". I n '''. *' .were>| {$' IMJDbt'r\\I"1 m 79...ler letter nnid of and. .h. certifying upon given aid by pplication Mid Phy. t}

II I 4 lorlda.. ptMible thvoaiiM of the death of
.1/ I. &u'k"on'IIIt', qualllVed MS adiuiuiMrator ol the e tale ;
IIai', Corn, Otitri. Ii l.. lloyt deoea.*d. lute of:\_ ('Ount : I ; designating the place of burial t.
permit with' the Clerk; of the
1 tf, .iit:1-a .. ro".uJ laprswar-beirycnrtuenaud: city' l
_. : ; "J'JU.C1''l wuatnoe\r" the name to be at once rewrdnu
.t-- I tug: churn ofauy nature kept fur lied punwse.k
estate of.tl* deevi..vd. will presrM I
,+. siai 'i .FOR RIN'r. a ttutheullated.'wirula" two yearrunt ; ; and' *U perrwu offloLitlng at the .:

: =r 'F. RIIOMS' .milt ul':, 'r 'hn tm.'i l'no'iti'TI.Y A9"TEN1)I:1); : ) TH. ail nttiou uentoM of this Indebted uoUce..to or said they estaL.will be are : \ Ordinance burietlll'OUll1u'or any person) to the cer0f pro-.. I

y t/ ,. S"rEUXtIN w-lu tUt (%1T1'-)111iTt'Vncroftlnl; -' '' &q IWlk" Iwyweut' : a permit for burial inV 'oollttiet
'I'iitl1ialfll ,Strtl.ts. -' \SSlC.-Thf' will b* a I'f'Nlar'eoan., FRED 1V;: to i1ll pro'iaiUllti, shall be liable

l.-: ; "\ ",,, .the giftmpnltl tury ttlxiv Me, '. rs.'iyJella ; A.L'L M.,wuuioatiou on Moikday of evening.Aiuelut January xtica. No.tftith.47.f.at .7H'ft. ,-2.9-lawiw......,. ." ... .....,. ,. .... ,.,Adnulati. less thiW h t..u. or 'more*. KYDD.than tiny
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fi; JJ....., ('Urne.JoI11 aiul Third Street*. u'clou&.1Iharp. TraudMU brethren. fraUnuuJy WUXTIXO, tn f'nrrtltyll' J'r kidvut of Council. t,
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M. luvitid beor'TV. M.
\ 1HWXKY, I to Attend.V. K. JOB the MIKROK
lowest rater at
,\ 32-tf In the City Mart. Jour A. WuiTSEVSecretary. Awing city nerk.p .

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CET.LtTLoin\! one of the most rcniarknblaof O. N. OAKKN, .,.; .: ,f i n<>\<.'itnr: ; notBY .:, T--.i I
modern ,.invention, and MM fair to' ,,, I '
not less extensively\ orMrloii.' isly) twd! that N MIIS.: WTFIXUTOX.( de T. ZSTSTIDiO. ;
vulcanized ruhher. It (; 'i>nMliWdlayH\ till I 1 ..I .

,' ({ (8f.t ( (,( ii' 11I4!' caimiiwrwith'rf I I
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r/rsjf 'H? gum 1 1'"It"1: .I' I'lNhSf(> t..II..IlTIi :-C11I .tT": "',
VnlJT1 Vif'tfin-i-Jftrori{ TiYiiT. dnfiJWlnfc .r I

the, continuation ton high. dCjlI'I'! of 1'1''4HUrl' ;c, Jnc11rou1'l! ilh'. Tin.
mifllipnt; The result:' I N a linrd f>r. duct\ of ,: .:. :t:::, : ::' :
extraordinary tough m": : and da; tieit\ It : ::\ 111.jJ .1\U\ x2.0O I I'l-iU: ,1)\) Y. HOLIDAY GIFTS r
run he made plastic njjuin and molded(I into nl'XTY rxniuTAKii: : :r{,

nny required form Any color ran ho given (, .11.//'nl'Ilillg I.. Luc.tti.m nf J It: mni. ....
to it by theme of coloring{ j ihatfcr' / during the KKIINAXDIXA.. .

process i of inntiufncjturc. The nips 4 to whichcelluloid : ) J :)I: : :: '
fa put} Arc luuncnnH: ; and arc cotixtantly ('nmhuitly on hand 'INtrolly I \ IN LARGE ASSORTMENT ":;

IIICrCl'-"IillJ.t'f IIp is c-xtcntivclv! used asa \1\111 throiurliou4-! l Ii.' kept na lir"l-c'las"
substitute'for ivory which' re:' enil!>k-H! "Ii* MI'I'.1LGiC: ; it VitIA1. c .\ s I':.S, 11.UHiThe Pi'.>|irietiv:..., h.ixina!: li.nl: .( cI \- I
closely that it Is i sonutlnics difficult to detect I t"'I.jC''I' l I':1i:! :-1Iilir.. i.nd L f-iiMi.li:, will
i ; :"jMnno with
tho difference. ,Jt Li said to in ,\"full stock luis jut'l been received and Depnrtnient, is replete
? equal Ivory WOOD COFKIXS, IIn J lain: I Ii,ir tin tonifiirt of her patron: : in every

ft rcticth and t elasticity, and not to' warp or in,IMII;. (lie- Simi. e IninH'-likc a* any i'i tie, CHEAP USEFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS for Holiday I'lOPents in
discolor with time. It has ,
proved a good 1:0II'WIIO.I11111I1t: and other woods. citv.: :I: tr'UNOX
material for piano and. organ keys, billiard

balls back of htu'4I1l' (.'lookltlgg-In.." frames t IICrnkcrrt',! Goods, .'.\( iLI..:
handles for knives: fork-! timbrel l.'i-: 81111many

other qrtid :oI", .Jt la: nmdi.cheaper( ;Masonic and other Kmbluns: ) I. :Shrouds: and '. ., -, \ > ,' /II DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS
than Ivory, ami is: claimed' to be" better for ltnh'M.I:3IBA1.31150. lim.IN1)) ; ; \ I5UAS.S: lol'NORY i
decorative purposes.: It is' also: used with .I: ,
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'much succe.s.sto: : imitate tortoise shell, malachite \M:

amber,' pink coral, 'and other costly Ilodies. exhumed for removal. S.ifety guar- Fancy Goods and Notions. ;

i matcfjo.s 'fn imitation i>f tortoi-u'-fhcll: {tt anteeil.FUUXKUALS. MACUIXi: SIKtl'. .
} Is made into'"combs: nnpkin-rings, match- attended. to. ...tai, '1', ,

boxos, card-cases<< : &('. 'Imitations of pink 1 Orders. by mail or telegraph' will receive I. j ,, I
coral j jewelry are made and sold lit'1111I,1 h/ prompt attention.irHcmcmhcr.
below those, pf Ikea| Tbc same is BLACK CASHMERES A SPECIALTY: I
< t'cqu.nel; $ {7. that I am oppose.'\ : ) to high >
true of imitations c and amber. prices: T. .I MltlU'IlY\ 1'Koi-KiHToit.: .

Mouth-pIGp9 for ,pij w, jcigar-holders: ,. rte II I
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Ol I \ 1 t 11 lIyt' OLII
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are common. It is also[ used 1. a substitutefor Hr"IIp.,1: ,? ? P \ t'mmrJlIIIIKt'cIn, quality innl price and wllcOlUl'nro\ favorably) with sm inplv4 from other cities.SlCci.il ,

porcelain In making dolls': heads. The jail SI-.CONK, STUKKT.. : j
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frames of eye-glasses, opcra-gla and spectacles STKAM: KXmXliS:: ( : HIMJAU: \: IILI.XU "
recently o. s. OAKIS.:
are made of it. More it has
f come: into use: In combination with l linen, ALL KINDS.: OF :MILLMACIMX- 'PJr Goods !not in stock can be ordered through u*, thus nfl'onlin a
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cotton, or }paper for shirt boso'irV.'ciiftV'aYmcollars. / \ / OXTUACTOIl) AND lU'IIJii: :, S ..:.ZJ IIY: : BUILT"9 .((11t U1'11P.'I' I) mI'\IHEP.: 1
.'Ihte.Liat6''rpppial.li: a hard, fastening: ; ; A HAVING TO THE CUSTOMER: of Express' :and other dmrgw. All 1

1\ f\nrfu1Iikelthat 'if newly laundered, linen : M \NrK\fTfUIW ::\ .IIS'(1nI\rAN1r1I:: ( r such orders filled resident
:r is'da ffc'Whfl'Impert'fous? to moisture, and i. carefully AT NEW YORK PRICES by our buyer. !

( when soiled can be renovated with a moist- MOtfUXNOH: nttACKM-rrH: :!, :SAWKD; A=,n''
4 cued sponge. Tl'UXKI HAMISriOUS( XKWKI.S: AND :-\'II'r) l'r\l"nLIr1,4Tm; t: I Rn.i:. tJ" ck T. K.YnD
STAIR 11AII.M, WOOD 1 KAVKSTlloroiIH. : :: t, ,
HIII-\T: 111 Orders) ( : from" a distance will receive careful .
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THE KVEUOLADES' so long the hiding placer WKATHKHHOAHD-: : and prompt' attention. (0 tf Corner Centre and Second Streets. r
r the Semlnolc-s in their\ wars with thewhites ,--.-
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INONi.FLOOIt
and to this! day uncvplored UilHurveyedby I IXr.Makes "SHOP) : itAYST.\KtilTUrSun'1'.utu: :( .
:, ,, ,the (Government, have ,been THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR
found by the actual test of the '
engineer'slevel
decT-tf Jacksonville Fla.
Slalr ami Church "'orli ,
,'of.,: to be' capable of ''drainage. .The State I
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,.)",o';, claims all these lands ,under the, ,act of 1WK), A HrnCFALTY. 01 .fc>) .K.- per copywhen! I' sent< in'i-Iiibs'. 'ofii: fl CALVJN": : OAK ,
and is awaiting their survey'ilt order to obtain
rdr) is ti.o i prim of the riiiiAiir.-
;4 patents thereto and offer them for sale\ DOOHS .AXI! WIXDOW FIIAMIW iiHA'IIKLY: : TI.MKS nor Jacksonville Fin, ;

i\I( Under this aCt 'Florida ,obtained 10,733,40-: :* OF ALL HIr.I'.'i. year, to any address.'e / ,

acres, and baa a claim now pending forK 1'ost Olllce\ Uox 174.janl 1 r-'() !I'r ropy, when sent in ilnJisof l W( JI tI.tIfLE WO tUa'
I 8.30,000 more of, tho surveyed lands: mostly Fernandina Fla. ') t4 the i price of. I'llll.ADKL-- .
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+ in 1'olk, Manatee'and :Monroe: counties: but .. 1111. WIEKI.'rUlE: : !: :"' pipit' I '
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embrace also a largo number of the or ye.a' any
keys, SAMIOUN .\: 1IOV, o It) per copy'I l' single HIlllMTllHTM E. D. ROCKWELL AOB FEUSASDIXA.LIVER ;
j low 1 islands: from the vicinity of Key \\ l'l'It ..;.J.()() theprieeol ttie l'llf1.AI)1.1'111.1;:( 'l' FOH .

to'near" their' northernmost limits on the -\\'EW..t.1'1111 i : ::l, epic year, toally "

Atlantic Hide, and all the surveyed portion of '' wiiof.Ksvt.i uddrt'ss.I'or _._.. .... -- _
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1 Dude, county which consists ot only a .strip. n Six: folllll'14 WI' will ",,".1 three 1tDR. -
from ''o tc' to six miles: in ''width along the GIW'EItH( : HUM' (:CIIAXDLKKS: ';;JU.00 "pict4 ofiViiivl.Y IIt' 1'11J1AIIILl'IU.\: ., .:. I '
,coast from Names' sound to Jupiter inlet. \ : ;: TIM US out- year, to I 1)Tltli }: I: : i
:.{ The lands which are unsnrvcved, embrace4Otl' J.t'IIum.Xn: : XAVAL STOilI'roniMIonrifund '::- -- any address" postage free, and l give
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tliu the
\ |>eriu>u Ncndtni; im moneya
l , 4 as swamplands without controversy.: In ''I. volume AND KIDNEY 1 PAD

this 'area are embraced the everglades; In' <;ro<'(rl<'jAT !< which of 1'1(10' ages} llolliim.WK the retail. priceof ." ,'. .
Dade eomtty and the great (')'pr"/lIHIWlLlIIl' in I. '
IIOTTOM( ) ) 1 1'IMCKS.: : CURES
the southern part of MOil roe, With an eye rNIIKSITATINOLY CLAIM Foil TIIKPHILADELPHIA I
to the future, while looking for profitable .
inventmelitu' capitalists, la)1 demonstrated' Liver {Complaint, Kidney Disease, Fever and Acid, Cntarili,

that t(Ids repulsive\ region can be thoroughly In t tore arid to 1"11hy Steamer and Sail : Female Weakness, Neuralgia, Illu'nrnatisrn, Dr pt'p"il\, Mdti-
; 1 Ir\i n('(1'and\ 'hum 1ule the finest sugar Und in ,,200 J Hales iuo! lay ; i
1.l\ Y the ,world ; and! if, this: ran be .
I most )t *' what may ; from Disorder of the Slnmach or Blood.f""' "* *"S''.IJ
t not furhhlJinJ\J.rt\ fn a'bed'portions: where 10O Casks Lime ; That It ill the LAUOKHT, the| CHEAPEST and
the HUST family journal published. Write to ua
Y' ;)1) nature needs so little assistance transforming 100 Kegs 1 Xllilll ; Torn H| ceimeii copy ttnd judne for yourwlf. In fries One Dollar. Sent by mail on receipt of price.. .
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t. u wilderness' Into!,a YUlt tropical! v: JOO,13arrelssKiUOSKXE) : OIL, 110, its rolumim the rndcr'vill tlml Al.!.TIIK Sews Liberal discount to UtalciHliiT'jO.) '. ., 1
fe.. -&. Aiiyiintiite r'f ti /* /klll umplu variety of Editorial: Poetry Literary Articled : .. ..... I
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tlr, pruuf,12 cts. gallon on !board ..
per Storks 1IIIIII'IkNt.ltt. Talcs ol Travel Fanli- llUCiJIIIvS cV
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train. ion UoNHip, Jllh'nl"w" with I'rninhu'iit Men Finniicial !1. KILO Agviifg

TUB UTK JNDUJT' BRCTIX The I'te Indians ; KeportH, Drumatio CritlclMiiiM, Iteliftlotm No. 1\VcHt' Hay St. cor. Oceau ,J AUK ONVILi.E, FLA.
A large stock of (/tiiM-eries I. I'rovisioiis: TldiiiK", Agricultural und DomeMie Article, and ,
with their escort, passed: through Chicago Crockery Ilanlware, Dry JoiMls\: Furniture, every other feature that cite make u 1 II1'r| valuable. --.--- .... .- ----- --- -- --- -.. -.. -..--.-
on l"'riduy urrjvlu.ut) //clock in the \ The iiilHcellany of spiritedritliiKH, oov r.'
/ Doors: Ui.IIINIh\ (t'uits;\ ( i iNjund: 1 Var-
afternoon taking supperat the ('rand 1'acilic, 111,11 InJt'\'l'r"lul'I'llII.1 ran (eol'milijeet unit thought
$, will lx iniilntalnrd nil of old by ciMitriliutorx who A 'I i tJ tt n.. irA
and leaving bv the and Fort ;
1'ittsburg !
stand al the head of their Kpeciullie. !!: ( ll'JLrcs' r.
.. .. ,.' Wayne llailnnul Washington at t 1) o'clock\ l.\TIl1Ml'I,1': : LOW( FOIL., CASH.: :: A sl|HS'titl feature will tx> HIP continuation of the !1",]. '1'v-jiCi v 2 in the evening. Tbere.wos a,crowd ut the i i "ANNALS 0(0' Till,: WAU." graphically writtenby i
ell'pot'luHI some, demonstration, but only in :-'lIe10rll\: ':< lit 0111'1', or call 1I1Ill'XUllli"h'filrt. soldiers\ North RIlfII'ltJIIlh.I"Hl'rlltth"flK't'n! | ,,"
the way of unpleasant! WIII'lIoI.townnl: the ptnebasing elsewhere.SANHOUX and event in which they took nn aeti\e | irtoiiechapter Tropical and Scnl-Trojical Fruit Trcr, Hoses, Deciduous) and( Evergreen
of which wilt\ uppcHr ju t'HcIi tllil II Io'r.
lrllli IIII. Jen. Adams'contlnhs: the storksof \iiluiible
'l'h"Ne AimaU 1111I'ron'd that the
nameless .\.Indignities which the white V IIOYT, IxMind volume eontainliijc their first series' ha. Shrubs and Flowering rl\nts.

women Buffered 'at the hands' of their Indian ". I '1 -, 'Sei-od lSt.f, ]KemandlnaFlalj. ; it found an I inimciiNc wile

captors. lie says! the women, very unwillingly .
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NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES!:) OF BUDDED ORANfJE:
t.. made a j'lill'statement to the1 commission : nItISONJ"JIt: ; .
.. ( i'.11'Eltl'. ,
of the circumstances,' with tho ,understanding ? ,etnpy.2.(() I Ten coiiieti. $t5gr: ) \ ,
,that it ,should lujt, lIij. published. Five copied, M.OO I| Twenty copies, aVWAn ( TREES ''MADE A SPECIALTY

Mrs. Meeker, however, 'published the story extra copy to the Better up of a Club. .
r/ \: herself den. Adams said that had he\ known '1111.: TIMES. .
> this! part of the barbarity, of the savages before 9-31: Timea liuildiiiK, Philadelphia. g Seud '"/for Pesciiptive Catalogue.
the commission began its work. he'' would --- -- -
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? '' $ have Rdvise(1letting Uehf' 'Merritt and his L 1VKUY' AXD: 110AKDIXU( STAHLIW.CAIUMAflKS : ': :. 'suiiRIFF'! : s' 1 SAIJK. < ALBERT I. 8ID1VELL. ;

force punish the rl'tlllkllwithout further : ,
delay,' 'Tho'omhi were, I however, tic) averse ::; AXD\ 1VAONS
.r.. to having the iucfci known that they at 11\M' the (Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial ________ __ ___ ,, ,
Circuit of "Florida for Nassau: County on a
:i- denied, cveu: to the eonuntsMonthat!! : they To and fnnn Hh'lInc'111111: Train: judgment therein rendered the fall term of said :
1 1l'1bl'n: sq finally I .dealt wltly.f : Court, in favor of the Hoard of Public Instruction IXDUS''IU.\L M,tIIISE roil GOOD (STOJIOIAI)": J
,. CtNTlt.l(1iy'1'tR lIAULIXd(j : (.. of NatMtiu County, anUnKulmtt Uelia ...,administratrix WORKI'!. .
P of the estate of Liberty ItilliiiKH, dc- SHOKS: I
IlEa PAKT "JIOLLKRKI*."-A lady e.iiitrlbti tvaHett, and to mo directed.J u4ve lc\ieuuHm BOOTfXU .'
Felt HU.K :
tar) tl'lhithls' t ryf. "I hud l linen but in Westcheater und will\ otFcr (for title to the lushest bidder, before Ill 1 K. ro.N'I: I'lioritiKToii. .
: county, on a visit, and while their I IiofS1 E.$, Itl'fI11';( 1I.\Rn: : ;$, the Courl-lloiiHCr door, at Kernandinu. on the IlrtMuuduy t ,
of January, 1M (bcniK the fifth day of
; found a kitten which I brought: home u* a I II'll1ythln'K CARTS: : AXD\ WAiOXS.( ; ): wtidnonttil, within the legal hours of aaleon said / J l lt lw4K1

for my t ,children.: :'TiV precut I day, the lollou inif described real estate, or all the .' any dispute about the ownership: of pu-w, 1 1propOHfcd.'ttmi I .ft' "TI.nI.I: I1. right, title/ and interest of the said estate of IJ(,- Shop situated :t I'iniiuitw' walk west. of I>('I"t, 1 ,
\ it ''wai! aicretrt'thxt' I the ihcitd erty lUIIiiiKH. tccctuuHJ, therein, \'ir; U>t< 7, Sand I .
V in ItliH-k No. 31 ; Lams 1,7 and 8 !in ItUn-k 321UitalOund JArKSOXVILLK FLItiUA.N.1Sl'F.1t'Tl'1tER -w..
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luiuldbe; : mille, the Italy the baby,*<',, und .. i.'rl1kl': ) ami Stuble--First .Stivet. near Uin: HltK-k II; I. U3, and :5 lit hock .
'lidythe: widest, but three' ,'cl1l'-101c1: should '' Uroom Street Wh.irf. 4'Mf/!>> :UT; U.17, IINMkTT; Lot 3, II, 7' and 8 in Block III jIxit '
i .,. be the"sole proprietor'of the IlIn 'lll\.1 beau 1. IU,H-k 43: ; Lot 3. hock 1::: Lot 1 and: in : tiKIKOX
!
tlfttl"tail.Fa: 1111(' rather objected to this Ultll'k 33; ruts N. U t\\) 20 und a::. Illoek 10; lots
\ R1'1'/.1:11'i4i.1It.: 3. 4, :3, 6, Illoek 31 ; inns 4, 6. Illoek &:1; Lots 1. :2. 3,
him s. :
,livUd u' at'rtntulI putting "U'with an )
/ : : AND HUASS c 'AKnXS" ,
4. S, 6, T, H, 0,10,11,12.13: 14. 32. &l.: 34. lilock No.
extremely small nharo of the -.I.nhn.llbat > n.,* 4 ht.-b .t.. '1tT.1'K" .W-ull in the City of Feniandma, NHHHKII County; I
no m beanieretnnmilel l to the div'Ni'on'jir.dquite Hate of Florida, or HO much of Mitid real rotate ua. IKON }.'UOTSf: :\ ) FKNCUS: ; ::
proud of JiUownership.: '. One day sat nt : :N\11.1.1':; FLA. will be necessary tonutUty iwid JiKlfrnifMtt.Term .

1 after I heanl iKMr.imnuKiiu Kddie a dreadful cash, purvltiu ,
mewing, tll111l'UlIcd'uut : 'There, 1 j' ,' Kernandlna. Nov. :'U. III''J. .
my don, you are her ing mu' part of the The el ovc Hale liar liren Kwtp<>II",1 until Mon I also Imvi'thc l ,r>:ii.t uwMirtinvnt of'MA-
:i kitten :' f' heard her '1'f,1* "Nn v'I' didn't, It'.ack Silk, !.to) e., \\urrantcd silk. dug. ; the 2il day of February, 1MHO.I'liTKU CIUXERY: TATTKUNS: In the State, und Tt}-

J \ mother: I trod lul\ my partund your p- rthollemU' : NINE Sheriff. till nut without iwrUw
can order jwy-
The best II.M/ silk in the 1T. S. Jannuary 9th, 1"-" O. any JOHN' )1.\'Kt--\zn: $
.I'.<, .1 o. I .1" ;, ......1- -- Ins for the extra l'Xitt'JltIC of i IlI1ttt'flll. ( ,
''t ...... .. ,. ,.. .,' Slimmer Silks at .V3 r.:, (m! ,,. ; ln.,.t TO ct*. fur 1 My Machine Whop' 'i* furnished with the
; .r'1'r'n: 4 :,1 1U1ltrU"o"roJu.rt;, lati'Ht4iini>nive tl t'luli, which enulll'tIIIV Slim <,f the
M. 1 IDr.iAU'.IUnC.'OUU.: ,' Jlattitlgtttll/(1rtfttluyuf'y! .: In I.' P! ziIe workmen to turn out work with the greatest .

... .'. M.NI Hlue Flannel Suits at $II tu }l2.: ri,,)IIK mitwerilter offers for sale ten acres of land', doiuiU-h, and ut limo lowe cash tPrime.Agent : HTOUE OX fEXTRE. : STUEET.Firuandina .

;; -JTVEXTIST, 't JL ..t ALl H N. Levy County, t'IIbctw, col\ Ar.redondo .. for the WATKRTOWX: STEAM R. R.BK .
4) lol1l'\)' refunded, 11f )put lCti..f.uluralt, : [: oral lironHon, ou the Atlantic, Gulf and I SlII'n.: ., and ran furnish their ILVJlXly. n"llIlt,
NVeU. Indm Traiuit Itullroad. The laud IK al) wellhnproeAl 7-tf ,, FJa..near / ,
mrtU St.! Let tuul f\l.ichua, t 1 ( ; BOILERS) and $.11V-MILLS ad thevery
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IlKOTIII-ltS': able frame Lowe. There are 30 K-aeh tirestheI'exit t-horti. nutkv.AU '----- I. -
.41. : tlit1iu I'1K1A\111\: ; \,, FJ.A. I C'OIIi\. -to afar the Honey IVaeh ; l:" grape \intScupternonK ., JUI) OXS ('EI.1IIIt.ITEISTEAM: : : : IT ORDAINEIl by the Common Council
-_ und Concoril; 73 orange tree 1 Io S co'.lmxon8111; : KNOWI.KS: STEAM of the City of Fenutiidiit:
t -. -- -- -- years of aure; mid a Iltr'lIri..t)' of valuable PUMIW kept constantly' on hand, and wild' hccriox J>
'ivji: u. (% UKVIK.; : : t1'OITI.AK: : orumuentul sltrubliery.This oiUlitl.. within the limit of this city withoiii a Lxrriiut 1
freipht
Manufacturers'
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3 .s. K a !> <') ,1 i. u '- JRY property U in a healthy and fruitful cituation. jit price signed iu writing by the City Pliyaciun or Ui the fatsruce
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nia-o'"r" UKO. Ht'UNMDK. For furthvr information, lYice t.i..t. ("utalouues or IIu4 pliy l'lan by the Mayor of the
f / i EXKHAL ('031JI1Srh1111IlCiIAN'1': : (ca i 10)}DS :STORE: 47-tf Mirror ollloe!, FernHiidlua Fla.is. etc., addrww F. K, 1X>XI). City. *
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1) Jacksonville Fla. but 2nd. The pplic .Uoii for such ..miit
) shall
\JT .jh..un :f i I. Jl' ( Box 'Wi. i
.. ('E TRI!!: 1'r.. "E\1t H., llll h:ItIT. Noticeu Iebluri.lull C'rrdlforN --- -- ....-- be in writing, ttnd late UM uaiue, age,. ser, soul
Ii t 9 41 ,!W 43: BiY "rKKKT: 'T UTI'I-I hereby Sven that on be 7tb of :' plate I of.r.-iJl"tK't.of the dttea.ed rl'N.l"tc.3. \ ,
'I. : t'I:\TIU: STUEE'I'11LLlN1ItY. The peruut shall be given by Aid Phy.
\) ,. _Lhepleiaber. Is 9. Ivtlent of adiuinMratioaw
: 1"JmSANUlN.'t' 'I j kii'iaii or Mayor, certifying; upon\ saul *p|>licalioii
.* time\ ,
) ) uuueriutnMMt and he was Uulyqualuled
't( Kruulvd Io
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t1IIl'Orm.tl1ible th
'. "I I'... .JkNolnnh'. I'I or I(I n. the of t' 11(111 o une of the death of
a adiuinixtrator 01 f Ukte .i l ... .
IlaV. Corn.M (hslii. J.. ..._ lute NaMntu county.; Theree- M1 .' K. A. MEU: B and< sling.l'IIOn.such uiadeijftuitiiiir peruiil with the the Cleric place of: of the burial
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l.tf .NI1;: a,. n.1P 16u7i'1. I fyrei.U fajr ui*-heir"f.t'\'t'thttN.ud.baLi olUtn-bi theentitle V| Has constantly'oil hand; 'a fine select ion of Who slut tease the wuiie Jo be at axe rvoordtd city.
of aifauutt
-- fug fUinn any nature : roil IU X'J'. of,the cll"$' .'''''. will present ibem, duly the newest .fctylW in RKSS: AKU XHADK. BBC: 4. Any and all penona pwll"I..offlcialn at the t
() rout !
year U.\TS.lf; IJuUwi, Misses slid ChiMr'n ; burial of any person buried
the
to
J: : NJ 1 uoMs I FOK) 'UKN iRUIIyS: riCOMlTLY l .\1"nXliIW"U.: till uotiee. or audit they will be barred requestedtq and UlimOXS: LACKS ,\>P FLOWKltS: ; also, ,' this UrUtnawe, or eoutrary any prraou certify proiMoiuiof -.
liMlebtnl estate an
to
a. Mow in'the' ('!'rY MAUT 1 corner:of tt'n.t aU nuke penuM luyment. (!f tits' and lloyn' hate uf ttne ijiiality.Mr log with or granting a pmuit for burial in ooutiR-t
or t-oiitrury to iu provuiotui. khall be
iruUr'cotn.luuuicttliou
1ilII'l1.8tr'ts.1'itJ.t1u' will be a r '_ PREP WiJIOYT. 12tol"'Gw ; liable
c' \tL J.x.unxl-:. tine
mina A\U: to of less
a hoi thou
.r'SOSIC.Th..re ,
ten
try or more than
1; of Aiuelu Lodge, No. 47, V. ft- IAdJub iolrtltor. JUly
M .,(11d ory 1J.yu 311,wry. $'vaelltS A. M. oil Monday eV IIIIIIt. January 'JoiU. ILL I'-i T- -- 1. ... *. M. Is agent for the Homeric iVrfwtFiltinjf U-llar. ,t", T. KYDD,
J);" ... ('Orner Ash 1 ai 'l ThinI Streets. u'oloJc.harp. Trau i""ikt brMlireii lire fnturuat- riUNTlXO in venrtyl; and at 15tttrnls.i .me t-lumld fail to try'theta. Attest Z I'rexideui of Council. ..
lor M. DOWNEY; ly invited to tteuJ. W. Y. bI-\)TT, W, M. JOn tf CMX
1 32-tt Jn the City Mart, JOin A. WHITSKYSecretary.:. lowest rates, at the MIBKOR DtHev. Asotx, Acting City Clerk



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