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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 24, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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: 1 SEMI -1VEEKLY. FERNANDINA FLA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1 1880. VOL. 2. NO. 17. I

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'J\lATIIl.'os\: NL'lUL:1) IN rln\IXIIJ:1.: There are I persecutions! mi aeeount: of religon ) nfuersellint''atlint,: day at \OH, anti the day: I branches 1'111"111,1.111'.1. by President Cole being refs"eui by (he mayor, they askinl for ;.,
\ All before at !III. The opening price this morn- and build the Ovveiisboroand) :Nashville} main{ entrance : 'l.illlt.J'i" of the 1I' il"llIt\t' only
5it\ "" A "illl'CH' several times made in Austria in :; and in trove
;:tw year out a :I, Spain
I i.1 ig was Ill< Thl'rl'1:4 then an advance tu. is now I quoMion tor; future 11'1111111'hll to have it again denied thlt A few! minutes
;'jI'\ a; list of things alisolutely necessary I in our city, these persecutions nrc II'fl'nelt..1mell'. !' color 121! which Ins since' been followed\' with achange \ President ( "Ii. took lil' later (Governor Smith ( null attempted

'Jror the comfort safety and instruction of the of existing) I.tWTIll' Ireek constitution in prices, up 1111IloWI1, by a decline! :Nashville, l'lint imantnga; a'td, M. l IA'als Kail-: I to pas-s. without 'HleI questions.

people, and again and again they were presented docs not allow the adherents of the (ireik to 11.t: ; the :Nashville and Chattanooga stork way, 1,11'\1 Yl'HI". ugi>, its; .t.nk was sellingat I lets us! stopped by the olllccr's arm, ,
closed 1 :Saturday at tits!> J, after selling 'mi that: I't 1'1'11". He : and when he said : "I denuuulitdulit
and 1 in the JlirrorVe Church !lo converted to other form of :1I1"l'llll'UI' 1'll'illlwt.1
urged cannot to "
any
day: at !H-'jf: to \itfj. Tho oH-ninu| price this and gave the 1"III'klol"'I" t.I'' tance as! g tn'nnur. Ills nUlhtrly11
flatter ounelvcs that our modest requests I'hri'tiullitrdlhl..hol' Hnl'dl'1"1'11; to momitii was: UV There was' then brtnk to ,>ne, The IIllk hii" m h"I'1 selling lately at not recognized, and he Wi 11'lIt'll 1'I .

))1:111'1 yet received much attention frotH say, in his: time in New York that (here Wits 1'\3,11: recovery' to !JHi and then a di"-lino to t2.In : "t'l111, which i is a 1'III\mll"l of it tiny ,1ttints limncmibuuthvuthousualltt'rsunshutl ,

r +: and I Atlanta. excitement and .,INi,1) per within period. lItlt't1 A representative, "supposed to be I
prevailed 1'1'11
mr citizens or civic authorities; but, in the no need in Italy of laws allowing pto (treat
.Among Ih. 1uniis.| i il'llh..1 !lust night .\ IIIWh' ot llradford, began a speech
full that the then made of creed because all Italians many diverse i rumors were in circulation,
persuasion requests tecting changes) was: une that Jay' ( (," 11"'un"l.thllt in w Il' denounced the IIIlhtl'ihl'l4' in ,
,; Are all of them appropriate and fitting f and were Catholics! but the general feeling seemed to be that 1.1\.ll'lm-\\ :i niajoiitv of the 101'1 in (the strongest terms for refusing to admit j,

't that they nil are quite l practicable and feasible ; In liulgiuni, them i is a contest between the the prospect\ of the. Central Hailr.itll'tllIl.1: the ,1.uuiwille iri.l\ \a.lisille and I (1'11 nun Presently 11 Ir. Tllhll, :shaker of the s:
ll'iilrouil.lioiiisile, Fusion house, mounted i the fence around I the
for those wlio Fill, we must beg leave to civil' authorities, who desire i libertyuf instruction not be Injured by the sell-out. The Vrn'me'special "ollll'r 1 | : stuck mlIII'I'1il :State: and said I : "since:: we annul
11.a.hil' 1111'1''lt,1
>, 'jepeut several of them from time to time, and the Pajwcy, with reganl) to the : \ from there says! : :l'Y"rl, \.1.1\. "111 !lii> to KNi re- I I the usurping anil illegal I

'j 4 and to keep on iterating:: and reiterating until schools ; the controversy i is sharp and bitter, The (ieunrgintI'estent Railway i is in the ,Idlll!at the '{H(' to t( -iJ.f'.lll'I:1l.HU. '11'11 111'III'r the legislative: halls! It ht"l'lll' -
'A! hands\ ('lIlhl1l111111.1 ( '"t. Maddox, to the house
he good work is lIon e. Ho:: only, for the most and hundreds: of teachers are obliged to give tit'uityttr my tlll\ (111 togetherhere
as trustee*, {and Ilut'\' !say that it must t Inbuilt on i Il 1''II'.t posMble spot (
I ; rtby persistent: urgin ,nrc needful reforms up their schools: in olicdicnce to the mandates or the 1/ouisvilloiV: :Nashville mud l will :1:1. 111'1 of the house! you will please ('111'it'nll II

brought to pass in our world of Hishops.! forfeit their interest in it, The origin of the h'rl 1'lr\lt.llg I'r maybe order." TIl reading of the journal) was dispensed .

..xI relate to the rights and privilege* of In Italy, there Is all the while a conflict l'IImllt.I.'Ibbllrll went to New York ,' the AirliiuRailroad: 1 to-day, smiling and Lincoln, to meet atI'niou
: Hill, he said, I tf hOI:4C:
1'11un. I IIt :
between the and the \dra'kl oppo.se
o ws and horses running loose and at large government \ cheerful, and bis friends May the M.icoii extension i uponthegrounil Hall IIlorrw.Ir.. J.III'III' }president i
rourstrect< The question: was respectfully I is pretty plain\ that now, at least there areProtestants will commenced as! reported. I hat it pt.ucssa barren privilegein of the FIi"ltl senate, the

raised : May they not be lawfully and Constitutionally : enough; III thrtt: kingdom Georgia, Uuilroad stock has a bumntmutt John: 1 the hamls of the South, for which not I'II'l'lt another place mind dhlhl'llllol J
II. James is! buying it heavily in addition to i is but I width order. )1 r. I'laistcd house resolution
restricted in the exercise of their In S\\it/erland:: there ha sprang) up astrong Prominent onl.v no equivalent Im'I'l'll. by
his already large interest. railroad I was adopted In and the senate
natural rights? mou-nieiit to separate church and she must he an ultimate al.1 gnat loser. l'III'lrl.t'II'I'
IIll'li say however, that :Savannah:: : : is' I
It is reported that some fifty persons pro- state, and the !indications are that sooner! or safe: under any combination us her port i is Thl'lll'.IIh''li.1, i+, by which -etlion could II"oalljoll'III'1\. I't\1' 1.\, :., ban it),-:The failure to

>rietort: of horses: cows', mules, etc., protested later it must :succeed.In Ihl'lInllI11l' (thoroughly! prepaied for western this: teiritory he lllled up \\ ith ho II't'IIII'l"tftli gain 1111l11l1j'1 to the :State: House: jestcrdaynas
business.. ..' slaveholder of the 1 Ilil.,1 Ill' FusioiiiMs, and I they: say GoMiulli \:. ;l '
to the City Council against: the claim (;iermany" tilt policy of ItiMiiarck: in TIll'lIl"h'illt; \papers:' report ( '"t. Cole acuiuipictcly'tlepre"srI The : ha"IIHlll1 in readiness to'act at .

{' flrged by the Mirror for protection to mirsesand favor of the unity of the empire is: embarros uudt the "11.1011'11h"l "k generally a 1:1.,1tllrll'I.'r on ;a larger: or a minute's notice, hut he counselled! peace,

children l often obliged to rim fur their >cd 1 by the assumptions: of the Hoinishhierarchy : of being, sold out. Atlanta is excited: andunosisy ..smaller: \I' wlllio 11'1'I'N:4llrl icquiietime 110 peace 111'\'lIlll'll They also say' Ihut

lives by sudden sully of horses: or mules and I t the List word 1 on this I subject as to the result of the pin-sent! eoiuplicuii t.i Nlllll his lands. stock and chattels, they IlIh'l1 to Congress 1111.wil

''' along; the streets, und for other reasons: ilvij 1ous 1- i is that further negotiations are! abandoned.In : Th1".l'XI'I'I': 'ns.! "l'lI its conviction that the while the free laborer ol the :\11.tl Illk.. his 1"11'1 I the matter 111\1'11 committee hero to 11\'II} lh'I

;\- to sight and smell; that the living I of the France, the republic sees: its t'hld'l'llt! uiipit-h.iKat night, biu-kles! his r01"I .\lhl'll. Jan. 'JU, -When the Republican!
.
+ of ail'airs nothing amiss to
means
111'l'h:1. !
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petitioners would be imperiled\ or seriously: I mies to be the l'lt r:1l11": II t:1lH': clericals: and 1 his body in the morning an.1 is 011 at the hOII! met this morning h'l"l'n Hill nrtd,1lutnltitnt

''ml'ain',1! by restriction of such privileges lights them, not always with due regard totheir the rulatiutst'shmbliuhedbet; : veer tiu'Ih'orgia I I : !fast lvhislic't': the locomotive.A7M4 ." two Fusion' members, 11111'111'1'11111tuol
1'1',, t'tmirallll\ll tilt \\'l'tl'WIII\tI Atlantic: h roads. their scatslt'ssrs. Uaiter I
Xo doubt live hundred would rise French' citizens I -
rights
as
: persons members, hud picviouMy
Whether the :NashvillcandClritluiioogu I : road 11"0 1.1.111 tall'1
; |.up and. opimse this protestation ; but we are IlIlItt'I'I'I" there I+ a peculiar arid: instnutive ulllrnis! or, repudiates the contract( with I <.'/; /r.iA"i''' IA 1'LOItll.I. t the same action.A 'I

''' "nut in favor of encouraging any I'hllltrifl', condition of all'airs. Those who have We take the GillutvittstrisiblemutkieIlv11u. rl..ollltl.1 introduced by )Ir. Hale,
I'riiwn 11111'llh' under its n<'\\' management : was by the house and tmbse-
'7nowever, justiIiablcuud take pleasure in say- been accused of heresy have been severelypunisluMl : the Xiniliiiiil Tiilniiii-/ the I.'ilh! instant : \IIt ud"l'l'
(
is matter indifference.The '1Il'lItl\ !-I'IILIt', to etl'ecl that the
tie
t i HIto their credit, that !sundry mules and : for their Protestant :sympathi' f Louisville I "t and Nashville road has We jlad to note that! our I"II'I titles, il"luiln' of the stale \1111 hl'I'1 legally

gjliorses un.ll'oIIfl'l not so frequently found venerable Dr. Jonas! King was fined IIlltlIlIIpri:4olH'tl Feinanilinaand Jat ksoivilie: lioiioie' l tl.tl. organi/cd in accordance with tho opinion ofthcMipreme ;
really no outlet to the sea without honoling e.\-t'U.-uient tu'aiit on
4'01.t J ,
perambulating our streets without guides, as by the t' authorities, and only l buildiiu; roads l to lilt! several raps, and i will tlil:.> ull\'al in tlio>e pl.ice.s. .\, I sitiilier, the and stale olle'I'11 wldI have Joint 1"1'1(that duty tne elected governor -, ,

'. : formerly+ ; and we may hope! that the! prospect released \\ hen the United States government have far greater dilliculty in I'.imiiusatis eolith has Illtlllt lo l'ollllall ol lulu e.\- and are now 11 I performance of thttr duties, ''r

of improvement in this direction intervened in his behalf; Protestant; schools: rcpt Hull 1 1IIIl' I\'I't'l'14 ,'d hiseli'ortsto I : and that therelote! tht'it'gnsluture'Will 101'111 \\' ;
hereafter with other
.. thanks to the discretion of all parties! interested have: been entirely suppressed; and 1 the. Greek factory l'IIII'I'II..I any : hnng the war to it l.tvorable issue ; tti the transaction ul'puiblie business ,
line tt r.iad, extending to a port on the Atlantic III tie 11''l'II.lllllll i the l"illlj; ,aiul nuiei .,,1.1 l ( h'I'1 taut irt' to the people of the state
be brighter. We Church decrees that school shall opened
regarded
-may as: no us ) 1'e no right (tu
t than existed previous to tine I recent 1II'111' (that 11 other holl.'N. claiming to be the legal
,would rejoice l'uultlll\1r authorities Und l encouragement in that. country unless the Greek catechismbe : combination! tine details and purposes! ol ';\'\ (this nowo ail profess,to I InI nion- and lll"| mite ailing without authority

and stamina, in this: thing to taught in it by a beck priest, and a picture 1"\ 1? annul tluil in u iiione Is to be loiimiinu and vlollllloJ the I 41lliltl1
which have made the advantages of stub
( libetty. As a anal
copy Jacksonville where not long! since the of the Virgin Mary lio hung on its walls. 1 1.IIIhUI hl' he 111'11'.11 himself laws.' It WII utlll'I't I
route! apparent. \l.t"IIII" general 1I1.IWI'o magnanimous diciary committee' to inquiie
Ktampede of a solitary \ through Hut novel feature in the question 1.1 his Icllovv-eoiinti 1- "u11tltll"11 It
an entirely
pony The ) the A'nnn 10 conquered ) any, and, i!I, 1 is 11'I't'l/r
their streets! : at night caused a veritable sen- luau occurred as regard: this ,small but important tiluwin.t t'11 1L-I\'ilc 11 und wai carcldi to avoul whatever to prevent punish tne .unauthorized
of the iHth is II-
: interesting: nii ht have lendeil lo Ihcif humiliation, Asfor
nation, und was regarded an a serious scandal kingdom. The kingdom; of Greece, ? IloldJuJ1111 use of IU state records
The when Ilrst received the ; tor; tau {
news by man I oar UIIIII"I'ullll W'"I'l' inhiiK other the commission I
in that progressive community. improperly( restricted lovjeulunuy of the (drat: 1 lll'nt11: an electric slunk.u It wast.sixfiully t'rllll lit l\\11; \ chair \\iislongton, ( of"CII'I'rlll'ttr 114't us the state.The j.

.. 4As. regards: sidewalks and theshelling of Powers flfty years ago. has boon seeking fo i unoxjK-c'ted by l'xcidciit Cole; who- Mia party ,wnicU put lulu in il in pousibioior 111111 houso/ met 11111'at ot n'eloek In .

rft our principal streets, we are not without have the neighboring; provinces of Thcsulyand had not looked til'wlt.1 tl such I result.Having I t' vvmiiever ol'either gooil I or 1'\1 1'1111 01it. Union Jul. Speeches were,ouule l'IINl'l. t
accomplished that was >lotir As! a tmguisiicii \iiuhviilual and
111 pos.Ml an ling the to iccogniic
. that decided will 1 be I : These no
improvements -
hope EpirusaddtMltnitsdunlafu
/
provinces desirable to do for hl company in the or .\111'r1'1111, tame i. \\'uurl'i.m alt', it is Icnislatuieaudio (tlltlllj.t j
'; brought about in the course of revolving had belonged to the Turkish: (empire, It:1111 IIU legal ,
Jli7ltOI\a magnificent 1 .tll of south 1I"'t and I ptoper lor inns icitow-citi/.ens totosiiovv to the hwt,
I yean. but in pursuance. of the treaty of Hcrlin, )!, Ill hud hoped l enjoy I It'Ui"II him noiior wlK-never opportunity ;llit11 l Fusion senate met in Time l1h'-1 I.

A pUhlic-Nl'l 1tetldtizen, we arc delighted guaranteed by all the leading nations of ).:u.rOI'I' of rest Its porno, however, it hud l'l'I'1 otters, as an expression of their locl will. of 111101 Hat, and alter an interchange e of
k fcurcd r I for several! days past that the continued And it is In 'had well a.svviu'liy
ceilumiy 111' >4 four
t' to learn, has taken in !hand the matter of they were tl"I.' transferred to Greece stay of Vice President I.'idor ;Newcoml 11'"I"ilt'lI t with our Irll"M.lol: 01 o'clock.V\\1 tl! is mild" 1110lrll'IIII111| tho

planting trees on our principal streets; and, and to form part of that khlj.tllJtJl-it being ), tne financial agent lt tll' Loui.\'llo lining WlitC lUll to bridge ., )' husiunists i has "l'I'1 much by

thanks to him, in due time, this! desirable n stipulated, however, that the inhabitants und \uuhyule und Great l.outllt, 1111 ntherprominent chasm unit heal "1'1.111111.114\ to nianiIc.t the events of yesterday. TIl Ilrl'Uith"It tdl"ll theKepuhlicans
ollioials in New York, 11'1 II tWi"I'hil'I. lllrlll'l spiiit in the presence ml'sueh to admit to the State-House
und agreeable improvement will be ellecfed.With }. should IH secured in all their rights and I
President by his able man u rare hceuuso! the name ol
; nimply
) Cull tll'II'lul numbers liUcMiickluud, l''nuscies, etc., who
respect to the erection of suitable, privileges.! :Strange; to say, religious: freedom and strategy, hat HO completely! this diNtiiignJshid 1,111 is menlioneil II1. the have an undoubted right (lit seats, hat

a edifice for the public 1 school, we are relieved is Immure enjoyed in Thcssaly: : und J Kpiru: cornered the Ioulvllu !l I Nuslivilie and most likely nominee of the Kcpuhhcaii party strengthened of the Funionists -

to some extent by being informed that the provinces of the Turkish: empire, than in Greut {iullhCrl lrw\I i, that its managers in the approaching ;National 1'111111)1. to ll tl tdtllutol htt' led them to ,
louud' to build) the trust tout (ieneiul iruntH
public school\ itself i is not considered\ J by Greece; und if added to I Greece and subjected ( thl'lld\'I'Iltu'r f.I'.t'tl of \\l' in his mind tavorahleimpression take a htld'ul vlt.\ot the "HuutI01,
.
u
il''r \\eltctn Il''It "I'vl'rllll1iloll! .Ith WIl l'n'ul ( "' : -. sjK-cial! from Augusta
many to bo of any importance beyond a to its: laws, the jK-opIeoftho.se: provinces lose:; or cover in the Nashville, CIJtu IIOC 1 i ; 1f li. people! generally, and that to I. Journal bus' the : "The Fusionlits 1

{ r period of three or four month in the year their religion\ ) liberty. Just here appears St. l.iuis! ItLlwlIIAtk. amount he will depart Irom our Stale with nilunypiet4rnltrnlnt'hiry'I'hits / will take no "t'l 1111\111 posession of

und consequently the question of ci11slructing the special importance of the case. The stock j( |iurcha.stil 1 111 uhout. Ihort111 the Mate-House. \illhlll'I'I" in
= ,I"I.J, it WI,1 ell'lll'r to purchase: :, a suitable building may well etioiuh lie governments of Germany! France; Italy and interest even than to thl'I't\'j"lt COlllultt.(
11 par 1.li.1tie on thiS legality of the legislature
.
: ) MAIM:. now il
postjMjiied.; It i* furl hermorvMigucsted: -we (ireat Britain,after a full correspondence,are I lnMrgiaI'tsteru.. 'I1..t'.N1FA/ session, The 1uIIOlll"t. have some of their
" afraid with 'slight rticli: of that that of the unkindest cut of all was the manner ablest I I it noted uhseitcc .
are ; t sarcasm- one in their declaration part VM 1 I' : IlKH'HUli: | I lawyers Ilr there u
in which President leading directors tllnl 111 UlII.\1TIY .
that the colored people are exptr'el: to take Italia treaty which guaranteed: rl'Jlgloulih- treuttMl him. Cule'l i MlitCIO.N TO 1": COlllf llol'Hl)A SMHlo.XIX of Iho ('OIII.t'lIthe clement. Mr, '
ignored
They utterly
Kills of the
senate
1&il t declared to-+tty
the lead in this mutter of popular educationJn erty, to Epirus: and<< Thessaly shall not l he repealed the trl:4lu'ton. V. K. "tVI'"IU/' ,or TIIK II'.:: iMnm.m.IATtlrNit Ala-.t 1..1umEt'Jllti.lt MONKV Ihut a member 1.'I:4lll1i..t of /the+mile-Ilunue legislaturehad

Nassau; 'county t '', and that the whites! may or modified. If the kingdom of (cised '" severity i I. generallythought 1''I't.t roll : male lroIK.iliul| to unite on basis ;

; tin well to await further devel.'pntcut'! .. Greece wants the:4e1'1'\ important additionsto that he urrungod the ._l'loUI I ," und HOHTOX January MII.:1 I'\ITY. from Augusta dividing the /ltl olllccs, but he did I noigive :; ,
t.. that the profit ho be ut 11.ll"l'utlh the
With reganl to a liluraryun(1 :rcaling:-nuotn, her territory\ and to her population, she least live hundred thl\0llJ IIIf'alzl dol.lr"II1t. H. M. Hays I 1"1. )>eakcr ot osition. lIulI'tthc party desire making on the the prop J i,

.1 'constitutional dinVulty has oil "'11, Moue must' conform to the stipulations, of the Fogg, who it also u director 1111 attorney fur lint JMIMOII ', iluiing I un interview this of the Republicans.'ht't' "I't part .

i itrict constructionists( opiuht, ,;; tint they are treaty; if she! dues not consent to that, she the Nashville, Chattanooga and $t. hauls. evening. ', dcilarcM 1 the unchanged assemble puipimc} UOHTO.N, JUI. :'I.-An "11''ial Jl'I: !
of the to (theuuuelluuse
ut
Railway, hero, vary hurriedly. u hew 1..101 !
11" :( Hot 'specifically southern institutions. It is cannot hn\.the provinces. Of course there ago; for .' Idt. ami is kupjnihcd to havu days \11'jIIlatlt. when thu t tll})I'lller and house Rafter, that this morning took denied In ,the in t.,


iJ1 local having *- Germanla in such sale of stock or the purchase slock tine ofhe l ItO jllllrl' will be H4'l"hli'll hluy"t'rday
s. u community. no greater poi'ulation \ for Thessaly or : waysas II / Irem'tl.t.Ir .1 reIHlrtl.t; IN I Jut in '
of '
}Ml,. : ,' than 1'JOO: ( or 1.5OJ ,souls; but it is tliCM'.soim'tiincs,he l'ri o/l-djN'r is: thrown\ Louisville und Nashville (lrl'ltllh- 'in 11.t "tltt'M "II' Con the htute.ilousesi11cethey wt'rt refused ud-,
1. Some of ho smaller stut'holders fear fl1'lr oluiklllj.t for u fl''t'lllol by Monday
"-'-. i itaintainedmulitisnotorustodeny it,that OM>II m\CIIlK.rt enters.TJIK er in the change the management of the gress.liosros. 111"llutll, : 111.1'

.. tti, tlu Arctic regions, notwithstanding the ... ._ Louisville alit ,Nashville and Great Southern January 1.1111..11! special sjHS'ial U..TtS says J11.'ll, 1"1"I uJtl 1

. .rigorous severity of the climate, there is i! greatlaxity iKOUaiA HAILItOAl JHj-. |KN ple may pmunhsr| their own, pay divi says all .is quit 11"'lt ll ttul..lol.. this continued ut II glint I"IAion' / loUI. 1't'1 tht(tl.lllll'lu"ll- :
und bear iiKtock evening.Jtoth
in constructions and ItLK I tl'II1. thel'huttll"' man, llrudbury und Hill, ( I
{constitutional 'uunh'I.11
j' Houses the Uyi.-lature ltl.
of the hnlfwitteU low, enough fr I rlW capitalist to 14'IUt UI bers, indignantly denied that they wished
opinions. It Is rumored, however, conridenttally The desjuiriiu expression: jnior, MuM itin -in fact, the whales swllow nut ut llio: l'dud:, '1 the this to take Inch would ,'
described' Dickens in tine \ oath of noire to the body any rlli 11'II| .
that two importa'nt Q:4tlCiatiollmil. creature by all little 1 Jonahs.A ('OIII'ill- plunge It into trouble. however '
dTunes'tis a' muddle well deKrjIxs important feature enters into the A di"patcli to "Wi HiMt'III, They ;
itary and ht.'lIe\'ulcnt-ha\'u, been seriously II very tH JI'. they would never join the Rcpubiicuns.In ,
t the Hu Mr have
which existed in new arrangement. K:\'cr'IHNlvlltl to say Infantry tl.t"'J'1.10rdt.1 the Senator "" ollercd
!
th > dazed feeling 1u I
"t the and 'I"lul'lalu
considering foctwq % ,
yea ;14' ways this to In to
k know what is to (IMVOIUC id' the Southern morning; ready go '
!it to be I the of
means of putting up a building\ for their railroad circles, upon| the announcement that ; Company, und whether the I'nion to Augusta ut 1 moment' notice.: n uy n'Mulltlll\'ll\ril.doubtful duty lo
the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company t.lrt; will take have volunteered( to join the ,questions \
own use, one room of which it was holed Company precedence.Thirtylive IIIl company the! Supreme Court, und If uVt.trl4t l to ue t
hail undermined the "best laid tans"! hundred miles iv an immense it 111''t1 This augments excitement bent. with the recognized by the court thelegislature
be for a public library. body as
might appropriated
to lose.It: Is that the January 1!>,-Governor Jim. I,.
The public anxiously. await developments. of 1t'B Cole, Wudley and Brown, and .trritor\dar" Kxprowt ftlKlrt'lt I,largely I Smith / by pome fifty members and to UMJ theirinlluenco; The thereIn
Il''Otlallu'tl protesting against illegal acts.
UIII\tIYI number
With regard to a cemetery for the city and made them "gan' alec; The solid fabric interested in the Kxpress: Compuny of the demanded entrance of in the Fusion house
of well founded hope which watu; quicklyreared been Louisville and ( to tine capital ut four o'tloi'k this afternoon 1l111J'Irl'lt
certain minor improvements we waive discussion : hW IJylllt ir'at to-day was w7, and in tho t'IIUt"11.
for the present. upon the basis of the "great1 railroad Southern stock the t\1 concernsquarreled. but were refused.. Govirnor t Smith lioMTo.v, Jun.7:!.-A dispatch says the .!
inlormeil that if be would Ids
.. was put request
& ur state, ban established
FuMonistaVcrctury
.tc' I< combination a through route (rum tt \
I giving Louis Railway changed i'lesideiitUffniK in writing it would he f presented to '
: LlllERTY IX KVIIOVE. JUUlt. ( state department. Tht secretary( wu* engaged
RELIGIOUS has crumbled into dust Nashville line TJiu tfenuto and lluiiseIhcm 1
Louis to the sea, the Chattanooga and rt. CUItall'r. to-ulry in mailing the following notice
.1. With all tho jnarvelousadTan<-('!Jnupj>o ed and ashes, and the eiid'fa not yet. From a Ctnlelaul l charge of til.iINsINNaf. proierty| jTix-ftihsl to trunoavt .huxiuctts on the to every city and in the state; 1
in this nineteenth :Vioomilcnof road, and +lef&lNMI' worth ot sidewalk, and finally adjourned to JI'l.t at t"WI
ecu.ttury
withthin
be accomplished "All
. : to freer dispatch from New York to the Savannah fteamshij Cnion ( ut 10 u'cfock t,-nnnrnw mor- |Arsons, having ('urn.ptldl'J'e| l
of ours,freedom of thought and of proc- '', Hul department, are rttqivcttully requestedto
.',"'' of the ynh we learn tJiat; definite could be ertainetl utto
Nothing lilJ.HUorus address tho P..\.
to
;:. JSftice in the religious domain seems far enough The stock exchange markets opened on whether the contract with the Gc irgia Jaiiuan' PJ.-Thc Jvutmtfi Augusta of saline w'er, Augusta,

" ';" froni being actually secured and enjoyed )Ituuyith great rxcitcineoit on account Central would likely |us" under the c-onlnd shttvhulays Governor Davis telegraphe /'t.tar Itatt. 1
of which of an announcement resinftin tug Lou *- of ling Louwville and management, l all the military companies of the State .\'UI'IT. Jan. 21.-Capital Guards l and !
: of thc. Eurojie SQhYilt
'z' (several e, tauintrie I villle Nashville and the Nashville Chattanooga under the ehauge II ,nlll. to test their feeling. The l'tllrte the ttir (:UIlllit.have l een ordered to their 1
themselves in the
accustomed to rank Itailroad OI lJ'sny. The whole Chattanooga and St. I>IUH order was that tine fUUUU"ltl IJl'er 1're Irt tUJjAtcUU men about
"tJel'1 onof, human progress and enlightenSpicnL :I market soon 1kJulle twerish, eijKriencetcuching agreement taviuJ been 1 nude. with the latter of the, compaiiiet report I Il'I'luarttn the city and il ( as a precautionary ::

r :i that u1 bourn of the kind that has und not f.rrl'r. Thecontrait. wiw not every nioriiing, and it at any til measure. : >
;
which recently been seta in the storks of these two unproved by the directory of the 1..1111t graph win were cut, t start with their
of freedom
k As, regards+ thb kind I ( and louts tMdupwrtltw for AudLsta 'by rail.ALUL'lT.lJ1EJru.19fine .
conipantes unsettles the general l lint It hattanu "-' Ilr
ap.I 1:1"I .
\
against the Kdison i
Telegraph
Island used to injunction
:f.Gid Roger Williams of Rhode ear that on Hatnnlay evening, the Loui- It chan/eil hands. tHutc Treasurer )

I ill ;*Hml-lUrtyj' Turkey- Ilu.Jdy'iri adf : ville Si Nashville Company, between which, The capital Htock of the Nashville today lsfiie'| an order Ilatrll.tI.tine suisr- (Comjiany, and other, restraining

.* of Russia and (;rt'lffI"Jth of which and the Nashville it ( fiattanooga (i mi'iny Chattanooga and St. Iuu I dmutcs in hl< ottli-e any d( I them from oj-erutlnj on the ground that the

nee. ; there has been a bitter rivalry' prirattly U Railway Is....... ......,.....9tfmIrs1r'Lt! maud fur \tuyuuent of money from the treM telephone U telegraph within the
that form ; meaning
.'{uuntries have for ages professed bought from some of'the large 'individual 14Mer amount bald by the (umu. ury emanating ,from or Issue by authorityof I

; Christianity which U called the Greek oriental ; holders'of Nashville A Cliaftanoojja .Ux-k, 4 Illny.............. .......!.... ::siiNl' 3: cither tit the fCJJl'now claiming IM the of the law giving the Government a 111011141.oly .

Church as distinguished" from the 1 1"wm.Cathulic I enough of it to give, the Louisville V Na h- 1t I.latln tle .tte until further wlvLwMl. of telegraphing, }ha been II'l\e for by

W tem Church. It re- I villa a majority of its preacut atuk. A report $ 7.2J tf by him.ihMTox. the KnglLili J'.t.OleJ'tIIUltlIt.. The
., or 1a1f the {price paid ,...a/lleventy-.he. |tr Total liabilities, l5ftVW: tZ Iuty .v- Jan. 1U.! -This anctJJJ. at 3S;- London Timet utihe
> the Pope of Rome and the libacy of cent., although! there is no autltorixed statement frl by aU;' nurnl r of nlit real l. Mr. I aiiuwHi, pre idtnt of the Fusion uate, deprwatcs the action

I. Clergy; but l *many of it* tenets and ,I of the price. On Baturday last the I -!'}. .1 aut)Ir. 'IILtl 'i>i
||) age* U rather RornlsU than Protestant. uLville and Nashville ktock el+susl at IL.i. Whether the new regime will extend the l'lt-r'I 1111 demanded a

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FLA. SATURDAY .JANUARY 24 1880. VOL. 2. NO. 17.
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U TIIIXGS XElIJlW I.V FIU.Y.IXIIIX.I. There are 1 persecutionon: account: t of religon !- after !selling. on that day at US, and the t.IYIll'I'or !. II branches eontdnplaled, by \President. (Cole : being rflel'lll\l the iniiyor, dies asked for ::
All ,' at !SM. The opening price this moriiLig and hlll.llhl( l v,'mi'humuntiashviiie ttntfis ,: { {'llrUI'C I II.illl(' of the legislature: only ','
.\ since several in Austria in and in Greece.
times made
year we out a ; : Spain i.
was 1H. There was. then an advance t.i i now 1 question tor future development.\ to 111.\ again denied them. A few min
list. of things! absolutely necessary in our city, these persecution* are defended tinder colorof 1:21: which hiS since been followed with a When President Colo took control of the "tl'1 Iltlr (Governor Smith came up and attempted ..

" r for the comfort, safety and Instruction of the existing: laws: : The Greek constitution. change: in prices' up and down, by a decline Nashville. 1 Chalti.nooga;. a'l'l :t t. Lo.iis, Kuil- (to puss without asking nny question

people, and again and again they were presented doe Hot allow the adherents of the! Greek to ll.'S; ; the Nashville: and ('haltalllllll"11 i !stock WiY.11 \ears Ilrn, its: si Ir4'k wits selling *, Inc was stopped liy the officer's arm, I
>: after that lie I I and when I lio soul I "I 1 \ It.t.'I'
closed Saturday: \ at !uf selling on at Ii cents subsequoi.l: cnpitali.cdand : d'IIIIII\III
and urged in the .11il'rllr. We cannot Church to IKJ converted to any other form of i." The this stockholdci tinee, share lir as Ills nut
day: at !.i'Jf: : to )II >ij. opining price gave 11.1 : governor. 111)rit' was
: : flatter ourselves that our modest\ requests! ('hrbtianit)'. Archbishop' lillilI1"1.,1: tosly morning was !II.);. There was tlll'lIl1 brink to me.. The stock 11" h"1 selling! lately at not recognized; ', anti! Ill'I!! turned l>ack.At .

have as yet received much attention from III his time I In New York that there was XJ, a recovery to !91) and then a tl"-lint' (to yl.In ::: .I.J t'I'IIII which i.. / \'ulilli"l of marly this time about t\\1 thousand {11'rsowllull 5'

our citizens:! or civic{ authorities; but, in the 1101\1.11 in Italy of laws: allowing and \prostetlug At tlallt.Iorl'at/ excitement ptoailed, and I ;.OtII''r) i "lt. withil that 1"'I'ill\" Jalll'r.l A representative, ""1\01".1 ,
.Among; the foil 'I'i i ilTlluh'II hrt t night \I' II0wl'I, of Irlil'1, I"' !pccchin
fnll that the then madeare changes of creed, because all Italian III.IIdln.tI"l' rumors were in I' circulation .
persuasion requests! ; was one thai .lav\ (("I"l 1111'ul'rhi, ",'I" 11' l 11 authorities, in
all of them appropriate mid f\ttlnlllIllIl were Catholics: but the general feeling seemed I to be that 1.1\'lr'hl"I..1 j, :a m i in.ijuiitv til' In1( strongest. : h'rlll fur refusing ti> admit v

that they'all are ;quit tr" practicable and feasible )In Belgium, there i b a contest between the the prospect of the Central Kailroad could! the ,I. li"'ilh' irid. ..Nashville and\ ( il''al.4t1II.t hits Presently Mr. Tllilot!, speaker of the m' ; i

for those: who ivlll, we must. beg leave to civil authorities! who h' desire. liberty of instruction not be injured by the sell-out.. The Xnrr' U'lilruml.Louisville and .Nashville; stock IIlh'UII'I..1ill :1"Ij0I House!motive: \lllnl", said till l :fcnccuround"Since wo (theStati' are

repeat several of them from time to time, and the Papacy, with regard to tImeschools :special from there says : New York: veste-ilav: f"11 !!): to link re- lot permitted 1 by usurping ami illegal

and to keep on iterating and reiterating) until : ; the controversy' i I..* :sharp and bitter, The Georgia Western: Kail way i i..* in th.' actini. at the cl'i-o, to lUij. governor to enter the 1( h.III\ hall, it Incomes '.
hands Culhoun and ( '111. \Maddov call ,, '
the good work is done. So only, for the most: and' hundreds of teu'h'I'oIl1tl' obliged; \ Ji'enp "I')1.Ior my duty to 111 ( togetherhere
and '
as trustees, thl'I"I: that it must I be on t the II'ar.t, possible spud Gentlesmen
)part,hr persistent i urging.are needful. !reform their :schools in obedience} tJ) the mandates built, or the Lnuisrillo.Nashville: : :< road will f'.ll,1:1-IH:mr. of the house. you wil please: come to

brought) to pass in our world. of Ilishops.: : forfeit their interest in it. The origin of the term carpet-bagger maybe order." The reading of journal was dispensed .

'. .Xo. 1 relates' to the rights and privileges of In Italy, there is all the. while a conflict (Chauncey Yihhurd went to New York IM; traced to .I"la l llotts. In 1'1'10-111: with 11111'1 11"tiol of )tr. 11IIi"hcl! ,
the .\lr.I line Kailroud to-day smiling and of Lincoln the house to
adjourned
i cows and horses: running loose and at largein between the !government and the Pope, andit cheerful' 1111.11.1.. friends say I the Macoii extension the Nebraska Hill, ho !said : I I oppose: i upon I'nioii Hall t.HIOtC11. (.unison Iwd, l'f..Id'lt -

I ourstrcets.! The question was respectfully is pretty plain that now at least, there are will II{' commenced a* reported. the !!1'"II.llh.lt. it 11.1-: a 111'1'1'1 piivilogein of the 111101....(.IIIh..dillll"(1 upon fU

raised, : May they not be lawfully and constitutionally Protestants; : enough III thilt! kingdom (Georgia; Kail road stock hasaboomatid.loui: the hands; of tIl' :Illh. for which not leneo at Ilolhl'r place and called the "llh'

restricted in the exercise of their I In Switzerland, there !ha< sprang! up a II. James' ( is buying it heavily in addition. to only no equivalent is: ,1'It. but by which to orderi Ir. ,I'luistcds house: rl..ollloll'OII'Irl''IH'I'
his already! large interest.: Prominent I railroad was adopted in ( and tll' 'lllh'
natural rights strong movement to !separate church and she mist be an ultimate and a great laser
I men ,Ihmn''I'I', that :Savannah; is 111"1 adjourned.Arm .
It is reported that some fifty person, )proprietors state, and the indication are that 1 :sooner or !safe' under any: combination, a.* her port i is The next I question is, by whkl Mvlimi: could : ''r.MK.:., Jan. J0.! -The failure to

: of horses, cows, mule, etc., protested Liter it must succeed. the only one Ih"r""ghl.1'1"'I'lIh'" for western : this teiritory bo filled' up w ill the 11"'lIh'1tllliy' : t ail admission to the Stale House yesterdayuas .,'
hit:-ult'''i. : .' The slaveholder the milled the FuioniMs, and \' (Gov.Mnith .
to the City Council against) : the claim In Germany, the policy of UiMiiarck: :\ infavor "I ( 111111 tll'"n'
The Nashville papers\ : \ report t ( ,,1. Cole( useonmpletely had II>,INNI) men in ': act at '
t urged h.the. 3Irrur! for protection to luirsesand of the unity of the empire i I", embar- depressed: under I Ihouddcn :shot k generally a landed proprietor' on : larger or I minute's notice, but ho counselled: peace,

v children, often obliged, to run for their ra.s.-ed: by the assumption. of the Uonr.sh; of (being, sold out. Atlanta i I..* excited and\ "111:111'1:scale. He would necessarily:< \ u-qulie and peace prevailed. They also say thut

r lives by a !sudden, sally of horses or mules! hierarchy\ and the last. word on this subject uneasy: a:* to the result of the present\ : coin- timo t to> !",'l out his lands, .stuck and chattels, they 11l'Ie to appeal I to Congnss!: and will
1'1 tiratoms.: /"il a (' here to 1
u
along: the streets' and for other reasons: obv'ious i- is that further negotiations are abandoned.: \ The AVir. its coiuiuioii that the \uliU'the Ir"l.lahll'rtftl' North packs biscarpitlug : t the matter.I '"llith'l il\.ti/lh'

: to !sight i and smell ; that the living of the In ]France, the republic :see its chief enemies expresses ; at night, luu-klc his: belt round .\ n.I'II'.111.. LU-When the Kepuhlioiinhouso
afi'airs ; amiss
petitioners' would be imperiled' or .....1'rioll"lyIl11l'uil'.l to bo the ritramontane;! : : ('I"I'i'ali'1IIII,1,l new "hI.'ol': means nothing totheretatiunsestlhljshedbetwceo his h.II.II the morning and is ml' at the met this illuming, Messrs. llill and

by restriction: : of !such privileges.: lights: them, not always with, due regard! to tlieli'nrgia,!: lirst: vthistlcof: the 1"11111 in'." Moultou, Iw.I.'U"IOIII'llll'I'oI, api{>curcdund I
l.'utrallll\l'' the! Western: and Atlantic roads.: tool t their ""11:1. I'. and Homier, I
Xo doubt live 1 hundred persons' : would rise their right. a*. French l'citi/en 'iisiun l memhers., had '
Whether the I NashvilleandChattanooga: road pioioiisly ta\1
up and oppose this. protestation. ; but we are In (Greece, there te'a! peculiar and instructive tiVXKllALttlt.IXT IA 1'HUIIHA.Ve t the same action,

not in favor of encouraging any civil\ strife, condition: of adliirs.: Those who have f atlirms or repudiates: the .contractjth! take thcf.illovvingsiiisihlcuitU lolrom .\ resolution," was lutl..U<.I.,1 by Mr. Halo( ,
HrJ'IlulI.1"lIltll': )' under its new management \: which was adopted house. and mibscquontly -
however justifiable, and take pleasure saying been accused: of herey have been :severelypunNhed the SI"/"t Tfiliiiiii' of the Ih: instant :
is: a matter of iiiditlcrcncc.The by the senate, to the l'lll'l that the
to their credit, that sundry mules and : for' their Protestant! sympathies? Louisville and Xahville road I ha Wuiue l.id to note that our M.sler lilies, legislature: of t the stale now IUI!! 1"'l'I I legally
: '
horses and cows are not so. frequently found the venerable Dr. Jonas: : King) was: I fined) uudiuupristined Fernandinaand J.u'Ksonvihe: imnouil' t tllll' orgiini/.cd in accordance with the opinion of
f t. really no outlet to the sea coast: without selves ill honoling e.\-ruMtlent <
tho iiclni.il that
\ralt Couil. ( tno
iranibulating our streets without guides, asformerly 1 by thu civil authorities and only supreme governor
] builtling: roads. to fill several. gupv! an.I: it will 111 tiruval in tho:c pl.tces., A.a 1IIIIr, l.e I and :state ollieers hav e been duly elected,
; and we may hope that the prospect released: l when the United :States: government have far greater dilliculty in 1 forming I i; sainfactory .>>iitli has 'noimng 10 "'"111111 ot mm ,.\- I and are now in 1 performance' of thur duties: !,

of improvement in this direction intervened in his behalf; Protestant! :schools l'llllat' ( IIIIII.II'IIII'I'l'-l"IUIII1: hi"l1ilrt"; : and (that theretniu the legislature: will now
connections hereafter with other
:
thanks! the discretion. of all parties inter have been entirely !lull'rclH'I.lIlIIl; the Greek! any I tbe war to I \'ul.ulh' ilHI' I 11'1'1)// the transaction, of public business
line of r.iail extending", to a port I mi the Atlantic '11'111 peli>eliinlion ol the lli'lj' ; ,Ild MIICi notice to of the state
he regarded brighter. We Church' decrees t that school shall be opened I tl'
l..tl..l-may as no than existed previous to the roceut\ ia..* 1'II.l.; we have, I.' n bt to turnoutover that all other bodies., 11..11.to be the legalsenate

would rejoice could our authorities find encouragement in that country unless\ the (Greek; catechism (combination the details and of 111.:. 1.1', WO all proless: |lu be I Ilioiilovmg and hoiiwo, mo mting without authority ,

and stamina in this: thing to he taught in it by a Greek priest: and a picture purposes mutt that 111 u abut is to tie luimu and in violation of tho ( Jlitutol ;
which have made the advantages: ut'such nrlllltl' the hl'lt.t"IIII" .\!! I
mid
copy Jacksonville\ where not long since the of the Virgin) Mary bo (hung; on its wall \' l..IIIhllll 1.1111"1'11 he ,,\ I III WIUIIl 01'111'1'1 tll jl- i
so uppareht.'l'heflllulv'iilgfnimiu \ 11\\1 1111 'I'1Hi' (' he to I
.stampede ofa solitary pony careering! through 15ut an entirely novel feature in the questionhas ) I heIL..I..\'i ille JmrnV't/t / I.1'11'1',11 II' ('I1'PI'I'llllllw."IIII.m1 \ any tlitaQ'111., if so, what legislation! 111'.llr inquire. il

their streets: at night caused a veritable sets occurred as regards this small but important and drill t'lIrdll II IIvoll \\illl\1 to prevent and punish abstraction
'
ol'thc IHth is .1111Itwrlz'e
interesting
\ :
sation,1111(1 was regarded as serious! scandal kingdom. The kingdom, of Greece, mi ht Ihll'I\'IIt.tlu (IIIC.I.lllllill"l, .h' and use of tl .tllte and i I
The \news when first received by the management Gti'Ills; 1< 11"1'11 101 \\1, ) nibng Ion t 1'\1'' other state, )., tho l'llllIls. ;(1\\ i
in that progressive: community.i improperly rictedbyjeahtnu' of the Great was an electric shock. It was.especially tenuatame Kxiiciitive; chair at SXushington, Itll.t U.II.of the state.

_. As regards sidewalks i und the.shelling of Powers: llft.vyc.ir. ago, has been ,seeking to : ( unoxjHftecl by President Cole who Mm i-urty wnich put hue in it i Is rer-ponsibiu 11101"otl'r:<101 house met-ut lUllle ti'li'Vclork In

our principal streets we arc not without have the neighboring provinces of Thcssalyand : had not looked I forward to such a result. lug wmuever ol'either I1.uIOl''J mime 01it. Union Hul. Speeches were. made counsel I
Having accomplished all that was possihto" As a Ih"IIII II-II1: i 11 1 ami an ling the to iccogni/o
hope that decided improvements will be Epirusaddedtoit* These provinces no usurping: 1 .
or desirable to do for his company in the or .\1111'11 vvooe tame world-wide, it 1: legislature, and to sustain I the legal Governor; I
5-' brought about in the course of revolvingyears. had belonged to the Turkish, (empire: uli7ltll ofa magnificent "'ph'lol southern )- meet, 110 piopcr ion his 1"llw.I'ltZt'lr loto Smith, to the last,

but in pursuance of the treaty of Korliii, railways he find hoped tI'\lj.y r"I..1 show him nonor ; oiiportunityotters Tho Fusion xciiato met in (lie ante-room

A public-spirited. citizen, we arc delighted) ; guaranteed by all the leading nations: of l.urope of rest: ity some, however, it had been \ 1Il11 expression oJ heir good will. of "1'nion Hul. /11111\1 an interchange of
leant I firseventllay's past that the contin- is certainly' in taste, as will u I
\lItlt : until
to \learn, has taken in hand the matter of they were to be transferred to Greece; tied tlfwe l'r News our vl'i.y 11'IIIIl'I'r, IIllult.1 fiII
stay 'lilh'lIt 11 Vi..tol wiiviliy" J"IJIIi"I"lItHh prolcssioiis 01 It i Ini" of t the
planting trees on our principal streets ; and and to form partofth.it kingdom\ being comb, the financial agent LOlii'l\'ill tilling w oat 11 t' lan to 'luidgo over the bloody FI"jllblr )has, : 1"1 much strengthened by

thanks to him, in duo time, this desirable Mlpulatcd! ', however that the inhabitants and .Nashville. and I Great" Southern, 11loll'r, llal1.1 1110 sectional wounds, to maniIc.st the events 01).(......t.rdu The rcliisal of the
prominent oilicials in Xew 1"Ulltml"llil' Il'lllrll-lllill: in, the presence II' such to to the State-House
mut'agr'cilblc improvement will be cflocted.With !. should bo secured in all their right: and\ Jt'I'I1lk:111: udlit
President Cole, by Iris able management a rare OLiuu->ion ninqily bocuuso:< the name ol Knowlos etc. who
respect to the erection of a suitable. priv'ilt'gesn ) :Strange; to say, religious freedom und strategy, had so completely this ilistiiiguiHind man i is mentioned I.' the have III'IIIIC"an undoubted( tl'klull.right to heats, ,, hat

edifice for the' public ....school we are relievedlo ) is more enjoyed III Thessaly: mid Kpirus, cornered the Ixiuisvillo and Nashville unit most, likely nominee of (lie ICepublican party /t the ddl'lIIulntlol of the
1'1'lgtu'I11
some extent by being informed that the provinces of the Turkish empire, than in Great Southern Uailrnud, that its managers in the approaching National campaign.Sv'e I Iloubl4 Illl! together and has led Ju-tl
found ,forced; to build the (trust tout Gcnciul Grant's trip down I
public school itself. is not considered by Greece; und 1 added I to (U re'eeanti subjectedto tl'III"d\'I'l'ith'r take 1 hopeful view of the situation
(il'or south( ireuti in his mind favorableimpression
\Ve"lerl U"Ult II II'Vl.rllilioll:4: \\1 a lloHTON, Jan. 1M.' -A special from, Augmla
many to bo of any importance beyond a its:! laws, the l people of t those provinces lose. or cover in the Nashville. CIIIUIIIIll III ot the people! generally, and that( to the Jtiiiriiitl( has the following: "'Il Fusionists }

period of three or four month in the year their religion. liberty. Just here upl' 'ears tits liouis I lhlhtlvay stock. As the amount of he will) depart 11'01 our :state with many will take no step to get |IH>scssion of
!stock required the purchased: was about pleasant: ; short : the StateHouse.. will in
and consequently the question" of cjhstrucling the special importance of the (use 4 Thegovernments IIl\'llrJIIII1 \-it. They hlllrl."iol:4:
$4INNIIIN, ), it was cheaper to purchase: u controlling Union; Hull for the committeeon
I a suitable building may well enoiub bepostponed. of Germany, France, Italy and interest { ut than to build Irl'll'lt. Till mstwsiun
'V\ par the! is in
I It is furthermore-ugm!: ':>'ted-we (Groat Urituin, after a full correspondence the GeorgiaI'estetm, TIIK l..U'B't zlO.I .1.f.\ .legality The III ioni' ts lodge I"llIllr some: of II\their

with tnucli; of that that of the The unkindcst cut ?//tell was the manner ablest! here hut there U noted absence I
arc afraid a slight sarcasmthat one in their declaration purt i.ov. s.viini t .I' ins '. : : : lawyers t I
in which President leading Itll.\'lt IUT.t:1 '
the colored people are cxpoc'c-1! to take: Berlin treaty which guaranteed religious liberty him. Cul'J' i ignored tirt..tor )1"W' TO TIIK: COlUr UulIrA HI' SloNIX of the conservative. l'll'llllt. Mr.
They
the lead in this mutter education and 'Thcssutly'shah. ll'not be trl'lf'll utterly TIIK 01'K.N A1K-A ...\Ju : ; Ellis: of the I-1iOIlI..t: "senate, Ih'dllrl.e to-day
: popular to Epirus repealed trul-lltion.: V. tll'V'I'11 was criticised :lIII.J, that a member' of .
OK I'lisi: i.B MOS-
/lltC.lIIU"l.I'jl..latlrl'
in Nassau county, and that the whites: may or mfillitil"l. if the kingdom 1 of : with CpclllllH'rJy. I generally CI.UTt.II-o had made | .
j unit run KiiiiKU; Ilro\olilolI 'li. 11 iu..ll'o
do welt to.await further dovel'ipments.\ Greece wants: these very important additionsto thought I h"llrulgl'l "Hell out, Uoftro.N \ I'\rty. from Au- of dividing IIlc'', IJt he did lUL
I that the profit he. has n'uliz ho at January 11clClIh'l: the i
i I With regard to a library und roudinji-rooiu, her territory and to her population, she least live hundred t1Ur111 dollars.11.t G i, Jl 1 guru, nays. Hon. Jull of give osition. luIlothe Tht'f'Ir t I such m I desire making on the the Irop.1 i ,

I a constitutional dilticiilty bus urivn, nonic must conform to the stipulations. of the "'I" who is also 1 and attorney the j"Iciul: HoiiM', Illill an illlt'Vll'tol of tilt ,

,strict fOnstructionist; opining that they arc treaty; if she does not consent to that, she the Nashville, Chattanooga and tit. LOUM. l"'llp) dcilan-d \1 pmpose: 10ITI.Hl'IHIl'lIlr., I.-AI A >cclulsuyi : i
lolI to assemble the 11'111
left here lcvvda's Legislature "
hallway v
not specifically southern institutions.! It is cannot huv4ho province: Of) course there hlrril'llh'l tl' 1"I utterniHin when ther"l"llt 1'lIll'r tllll Rafter thin morning e'Jll'll. in
I ago for New York, U I is mipjioncd{ I to huvugono :ull.I"ull'lllluy house: that t<>ok the
1.1..101 they
true that they nourish in northern latitudesin \ cannot be one law for Athens und adilferontlaw over to the new ('ombilutilll cither by on the future course ':> of the, ] house 11 ,
.. \ sale of stock the stink in the ol I the legislature will bo presented.1 )1 r.I'albst 'I 1'plllml] Yl..tl'reny
a local com inanity having no greater pUltulutiun for Thesaly: or Germania; in such ways fir purchase ot reported ; lH> had 'uh'T'11
Louisville und Xusnville I Smth. that some of (the committee I are W !
, ( than 1/'II) or loO<) souls; \but it is avthesesnnletimvsthe: prison' -( IIlr i is thrownojien Great "tal. the State-House III'C they. W'r refused ud\
in favor of for ( f
ern. Some of the smaller stockholders four asking u n'l'llliiol by 'ln- )' :
I maintainedand it Is not for us to deny it,that IInIIiLrt) enters.TILE thut in the change the management\ of time gress.IfosroN. 11"110101 JIOHTON Jail Monday II"t I.

I in those Arctic regions., notwithstanding. the _, n' Louisville and Nashville and I Great Soul hern ( January W.IIII11!> : special in :1-'he If"If. Augusta$1itriul debate .,

J I I rigorous severity of th? climate, there is: great SEOHGLl HAILUOAU MUD- people may 1'luIJ..r] their own, pay dividends says ull is quiit 1111 tl 1 Itlllt.lo\t. this continued says I at gigot 11"140;,tl. Messrs t'usb-
I uM>n it and hear the Chut' tanoogu stock evening.liiitIi 'k (
ItLK. man Jtrudbury and llill
t laxity in constitutional( constructions and 'olntl.II-11 members j
Houses( of the leislatarcmet
until low enough for few tobooopitin
capitalist
' I t opinions. It Is rumored, however confidentially The despairing expression the J poor' half -in fact, that the 1 whales nvvllow up at 1:0;: l'dll'I, uili J.ullJln a.lliull'ol'f 1 the this, indignantly to take denied rash (that which they wished would I'.;
any |
:y'I:1. that two important n..o.iatilllllIi1.. witted creature described by Dickens in"Hard all the little Jonufw. oUt, of 111'l' tllhr coimeillorit-gleet. plunge )into trouble. They steps declared bow- {

I itary and hene\'ulcnt-hu\'e, been seriously Times," "'tis a' a muddle," well deKTJhu A very iniMtrtaiit| feature ('lh'I' into the di-patch, to the y.v.ffrom lliddefonl, ever, they would never join the Kcpubiicuns.
new emunt. Everybody; wants to say the llnldefonl Light IU"l'rc-
I'il.4jonst'natuNcnutorllobssnotlered
dazed which existed in arnl 1IJllt.y In the I
the feeling i
I considering fof two wst, the WaPllUHl
years.11 ceived orders this I
to
know what is to of the : morning go
1"'llll Imtllrl declaring it to hv I the duty of
' means of putting up a building for their railroad circles, upon thr.annouOl'cmt"uttJlat J'slr' Company, und whether tin 'niln to .\\ I.tl ut a moment's notit e. Filly I that f'IIUlltlll body to submit doubtful questions to
'I the Louisville and Nashville I tail mad Company : will men (have volunteered to join the company,
own u'4eOllc room of which it was hoped] Company toe 1 preelt'oe.Thirtylive the Supremo ('uur und if overruled to ail
) had undermined the "}, 'IIt laid hundred miles I is un immense it allowed. Tins augments excitement lien with
S might be appropriated for a public library. << plans" the hotly recognized by the court its the
to lose. : is ( the .\('Il'11.Jalulry 1'J.! -Governor JIM. L.
territory .
of Messrs. ('tileVatlley and Jlrown and I rcIHlrt thn legislature, and to use : i iII
The public anxiously await developments. Adams K.xprow: Company, I; largely Smith u"'I'"pUIIU.III, .mil fifty members protesting against" tlirJnth..tj. tlt.

; With regard to a cemetery for the city, and made them "gang aglee.; The solid fabricof interested in the Southern i Express; 'l tIIII' of the FI"ill J"'ji"luturt deninnde en- her of i' Illjal the Fusion housetoday '

certain minor improvements, we waive discussion well.founded<< hope which was o quickly\ ny has meet buying 1/oiiUvilte. and drama to the u'doi'k this ufo J'WINI was u7, und in the fccnute 11.HoMro.x .

for the present. reared ujion the basis of the "great1railroad Southern Itl'l ever since the two Illiet'rh4quarrdtd. t'rWMJ. but were n flusttll. Governor Smith JUI, "'21 I-.t disatih'| ) suys theFusionUtts'ttecrctury
J, Wait <| that I it he would I put his request
,:'t- 0--' ;; combination giving a through;; route (runt St. Louis Railway changed hands, Pioideiit in writing would 'bo presented to of state, bun established' 1 I
u Mute The
RELIGIOUS LIIIERTi'1.NEUItOVE. [outs: to the sea," .has crumbled into dust ,let r the Nashville Chattain>oga aUlllt. tit COllluJII'r. The Senate und Jolo' gaged dejurtment.II mulling the stcn'tuny'was following notice fii-

With all the marvelous advances supposed and ashes, and the end'Is not yet. From a charge of %h3lNsJlsf, ) then proceeded to truntiHt. .business tl I to every tlMY city und town in the Mute; A ,

to be accomplished in this nineteenth century Press dispatch from New York to tlie ;avan- :3Soi steamslij's.Nuthhmg) miles.of mad, all Ili.l,,,1Ni{) worth of sidewalk Union(' Hull, and'ut finally III 1 I''III'k udjoiirned to-nmrrow,, to J't ut "All PCTSOIIH, having corrtitjMindencp with 1

freedom of thought and of l'tr. thU department, are rifjM.ttully requeMedto i
of ours, practice th learn that
y nahf'U"* of the 3> we ; definite could! lie ustvrtatned asto ning.lUwTo.N. '
uddreso the tuiite to 1 .\. Auininta.ntaryofSt.ite. .
\ in the religious domain seems far enough; The Mock exchange markets opened on whether the contract with the (Georgia Jalu.n' lJ.-'ll! Jnurunti Au- : '- ," wyer, t.

"{ from being actually secured and: enjoyed in Monday .with great exciteinunt oil'accountof Central wlutlilkely |Ili under' the control gasta sjnrial{ nays ilvt'rlwr Davis telegraphol !
Arm-HTA
\ of those which an announcement rl'oI'tillg the Louis- of the 1.>. Nashvillemanagement, all the military (conipuiiieK of the State Jan 21.-Cupltul Guards stud
several
uyitriei ofjKurope
J villle & Nashville und the !Nashville' & Chattanooga under the change of' stock in Nashville, to text their feeling. The puqiort of the other companiett have len ordered to theirurniories.
are accustomed; to 'rank themselves in the I ; Itailroud Company The whole (Chattanooga a ali l Louis Kuilroud, the order) was that. the commanding olllci-M There are uxpidou menthe about

very van of human process! ; and enlighten! market soon became feverish. experience agreement baring JJ'1 nude with the latter of the. companies report ut heath inarterr ( city und it U deemed ne'(\ary an -it lireA.N ,

ment.As I I teaching; that u l sum nf the kind that has and not with the former. The con tract. wu not every morning, and at any time the tele- I cautionary II' urI \ '

of freedom which rt.'tocntl.el1l1'n\ in the M regards this kind companies unsettles the I't'nt'rut.Ii.t.. It aj>- Chattanooga and mils lUilway 'bf..re comjanii) fur .\n"lta'by fii. I
old Roger4illiamis: of Rhode Island used to : }teUJ'\t that on Saturday evening, the Louisville it ehaiigeil hands.The .\"Ut 'TA, MK I .Jan.. II.'hetate Treasurer injunction aguiimt the Edison Tele-

rail :*MJUl-Ub rty," Turkey *.to*layin advance : tt Nashville Company, between which, capital Mock of the Nash. ti -
of Russia and Greece, both of which und the Nashville A Chattanooga C omi>any ville Ciattano|
that form I: there ha LH'Ja bitter 'rivalry, privately i i lUilway w....................f1S,41KrJ 1 g\ for }payment ( money front the trt"M telephone !ly u telegrufilt within the
('oul1triC3I1a\'e for ages professed bought from some 0(- the large individual Li** amount huld 'by the company ury emanating front or Issued} by authorityof ll'llhlj
I of Christianity which U called the Greek ort I holders of Nashville A Chaftanooga .tlJck. .?.:. :;J,' I' 82 either of the hudie,now (claiming to bo the of the law giving the 'uvennnent a tnonnp.

Oriental Church as distinguished from the t enough of it to give the Louisville & Nashville legulature the tutc until further u.lrL.. oly of tclegraphing, hu been upplieil for by

Western Church. It reijecw I a majority of iu preset btock. A report J. 7 ,2H U'J by him. the English rust-ofllce Peiwrtuifiit. TJie
Roman Catholic or *ay. the price pail w /lleventy-fivc J Ier Total liabilities, $15OHaW tt', full/ ISITo.t Jan. M.! -ThU aOtm'IIJ. ut 345;- tie
4 the Pope of Rome and the celibacy of cent., although there U nu authorized statement roll by asset r number of mile 01 road, }I r. Provident' of the Fusion senate, lmt.l.J TiiMt te..rt''Mtt. the'action of

the clergy. but hi*many of it* tenet and, I of 'the price. On Saturday last the -!'}. I aud Mr. Tullxjt.niH-akerof' the Fusion house, Dejwrtment, saying thut a tux-on telephone

\ usagt'i I U rather Romish than Protestant. LouUville and Nashville Mock closed at 10.5J.)} \Jjetler the new regime. will extend the appeared! and demanded adwissjon. On4 would be I tax. on knol.lie.r J



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[t THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FERNANDINA, FLA.OENEUAL "

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1KTKLLIOKXCK.Xo TirtRTY-THRnE homc-nilers I .members, I ''THE Fatatka JfcmtJ, fjienking of the j>rob- .\XG. I.. &: runxi>, \ TLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA

"Parliament met tn Dublin on Tuesday and liMe demand for orange groves this wlntl'r.I 1 ", .\\1l...., TRANSIT ANIPENINSULAR '

EtEcrrox of \p\ !S. Senator in t.IIIII"IIIU! t tII .passed a resolution :.calling on the government I ray* : "However to the point, orange grove T> AKKRS AND CONFKriiou'E (! lm,..:,,. : I :; RAILROADS.

!! '<,t.AJtYIANU'4. r, v. : to institute reprmhutivo" relief works. I hunters will buy at reasonable lrlc,1l-tJH' ) (jfll .wn-TH.' ] SCHEDULE.) : [OOINO NORTH.LEVVK. .

:\( new U. :S. Senator. i Arthur THE Washington corresioiidciit! | of the ; fancy: prices are played out. A man wants UTATION: *. !.f.\\ r..

1', Horman ..I) Savannah AVtrAaulrmsthut the the worth of his IlInll(' '. Don't ask to 10:30:; A. M........FERNANDINA...... 3:40: p. M.it I.
cJnIKrat: : in deficiency! .j i CiJror('rlo! C'lgurH: ami TolmcooN, :M" A. >f.......HART'S/ ROAD......2:64: P. M.

THK ('"lurclt"ote of /San Francisco have: bill for payment of accrued fee* to IT. S.inar much. Take a fair price: for your )grove.Don't'lct 12:1i: p M ........CALLAIIAN........2:00:( p. M.

!seceded from the Republican: } party in abody. i >haN\ no provit-ions! is made for the payincut ,II '\ the chances go if you wi"h. to sell.:' TOYS AND FANCY AKTICLKS.Weddings :. 12--io: P. 1..JllT'fT01\.I:2.'J: r. >i.

of deputies upminted] to run things This is (he right kind of talk, and when our 1:..,-, P. M.....HRANDY) JlH\='('U..lO: <} r. M.luW .
I ...........12:40( p. M.
HALDW1N :
P. M........... .
: .
mid real
on election days, nnd that {fin the rcgularappropri.ition orange grower* estate dealer 1 real ;.........11:. A. M.
THREE ladies! were fatally burned by the I Kntertainments: and 1'icnics, 2:18: P. M .......MAXVILLE
overturning of a kerosene lump in )Danville, bill, a similar course I is pursued.Mr. 117.1' how much Injury they are doing by th.. furnished! nt the shortest notice, at r'k-hot. 3.01= : p. ;t. LAWTEY: ; .......... 11:03: .\. M.
Haves!! willl'l1JIIIwtlwr\ l'xtrI1111' ..ioll. I inflation of valuations on orange grow torn price", at :3-22: : P. .:'r..r].;. II'L.4..lIJ.l.; : A. M.

Va., on the 20th. property they\ will take the Itrrnlfg advice.THE ANUL\S: : 1IAKKKY: 3-U:; : p. M.............:STARKE;........... 10:37: I'. M.alW .

THE' funeral of Rear Admiral C. K. Strib-; Centre Street, : : P. M..........THURSTON .........10l: | P. M.
S7'.fTJ'lnrs.. Grand I/odge of Masons ut its! Int.- 23; Opp. old P. O. Huilding. 4:15):: P. M.............WALDO .............!>::4* A. M.
lIn took place at Washington I / D. C., on t the session at Jacksonville elected. the following 5:2: 1 P. M........GAINESVILLE:........ 8.n: > \. M.
:20th instant with ceremonies. SnniiiFF: TUCKER of Alarbiia: county, has :; : .... W :M.i.07 .
impomng} ollicers for the ensuing : Grand Master[ 'li..I.In'O "i) Jr. .-r,2: : p. M......... ARREDONDO.... : A.
resigned.THK i 1. year ............7.H. A. M.
:
THE anniversary of Seneral Robert E.Lee's :. : 1- ( : r. M........... HATTON
W. A. )r.I..IIII. of Jacksonville ; )Deputy 11:10:;!( P. ::11.\ 1:1'11: EI: ............7:32::I: A. M.
birthday was celebrated in :Mobile byn Gainesville dinner to
grand parade, banquet and masked ball.MAXY \. and was n success.Tin la ; Grand :Senior: Warden, (J. /S. Hallmark.ofWarrenton (1_ 8:07:: P. M OTTER C.1nEK..fi: :(IW; A. M.
1 8:47; :::::::... ROSEWOOD: ..........'):IIf) A. N.
historic : P. M
of the In northern : : ship JCmi-mry? was lit Key Junior (fraud Warden R. J.
large daily ; HOOKSKLLKR: STATIONER
papers) .
4:15
1101':: M..........CEDAR KEY: ....... : \ M.
cities have advanced their )prices to 30 cents West: t on the 17th.TALLAHASSEE .. Perry, of Key West ; Grand /Secretary D. ,C.D.iwkin Peninsular, Itailroiul.STATIONS. .

a week in consequence of the late rise in : is to have u ta>te of Pinafore, *, of Jacksonville. ; Grand Treasurer Dealer in "'UIIrfft'It'H., .

the cost of paper.CiNCiN.VATr ) by amateur artists.PITTXAM Hy Robinson: of Jacksonville! ; Grand Chaplain ; (5:00:\ A. M.............WALDO............

is making extensive t prepara- county's \\'iIll'l'adl Rev. John Penny, of .\n'hcr.11 the ('1OTm: STRECT, FERNANDINA: FLA.Shelf fi.tO: A. M.......... /'IAXT.In..; ........lls-TO: P. M.
orange crop) oflicers were re-elected J, 7:40.\. ) ....... HAWTHORNE; ......10:4o: P. M.
ions except Forgarty,
for a grand banquet to its! southern five million
: guests over !*, ......... 1.011 r.OO.10:00: : 1'. M.
who. is superseded\ by )rr. Penny. The GrandChapter
the occasion of the formal
of the
on opening TICK Vain tlmtntf gr.tws better nnd brighter Papers, Picture Frames Drackits H. E. MAXWELL, Supt.FEKXVXMXV .
/b Cincinnati Southern! Railroad.Mrssmsippi from week to week. of Royal Arch Masons! elected the 1.11111Crll'ltll't i Sets, Hand) Glasses, Combs, : : FI.V., Dec. :23: I.s7!II.
I' following ol1l'cl'Uranll:: : High Priest, R. J. Hrushes: \ etc. Papetcries in Wl'Ut'arh.tr..
:. Iiai failed to d'l.t"T.. S.Senator. .
ai yet
, THE present term of the Supreme Court !Perry, of Key Wc.st ; Deputy} High) Priest.:; Also :Sewing; Machine Needle*, Oil, etc. Winter SeiiMon, 1 7SJ und IWHO.SEORGIA .
The chances seem to be in favor will\ probably a long according to Clipper' Inkstands, 75 cents.AS.SAU -
one: ,
; (1. /S. Hallmark ofWarrenton Grand
King
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I :, of Oen, J. /. fteorge, Jackson. fJen. Wai- the I'luriiHan. --- --- --- (! AND FLORIDA
W. K.: Anderson, of Pensacola. Grand I t Scribe,
.: thall'a' name has }been withdrawn. ; \ ('OI..I :(aIOIt : TXI.AXD NTI2AMHOATC'OMPV.TIME .
THE flrand \Lodge, of Masons held. its (iftylirst W. .\. [{'r'IIIof Jacksonville ; Grand Treasurer
: t' THE mammoth ,f-teamboat Grand JirjiuMicis L. :McConlhe of Jacksonville Grand
annual session: at .Ii1C'kl'fllI\'i1"I"'gl": ; YOUNG: LAD11-X:, SCHEDULE): :,
on its from St. Louis to Xew Orleans Secretary, !D. C. Dawkins, of Jacksonville ;
way :
I ,: ning I ; on Tuesday la. t.j Grand Chaplain Rev. John !' Ardier. TnKiuij iy<'ft Tlr..rllD'mlll.r &'. 18m.dPg' .
1'lInrIf -
with a tow of live }barges containing
nearly (j EXKKVI: (iKA.NT and left Jacksonville AT FERNANDINA..\. /
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party
Ii three hundred thousand bushels of corn.THK ______ ___ ___ .
without the slightest demonstration, on

; .. jury rctlrl1l'clu'l'rllil.t of manslaughterin the part.of (lie citi.ens.LAVII.I.A The IH'ctnlcncc of the, Grant* Movement A Thorough I'.iigllsh: Ildtirntlon.Special ; l"r

the second degree, in the ca!<'e of James .
IIIl1l1idl'all'"litil':4IlTl'lIIixl'l\' : \ The Philadelphia Times has been collecting \ ,
M. Yonge, tried at Petersburg, Va., for the :: ail vantages; In J'\I:' board 101' aldermen. boasts the sentiments of the of that '_
newly-elected ; : four i press state\ "" "
killing of (;icurgc Ilinton in November last. :- whites and live negroes. I with the following: result : Circulars, addressREV.!
No SEASICKNESS: No OCEAN: DANGERS
TUB Astor Library in New York is to be Tin: Governor's; : Ju.irds. and the Gainesville It is )probable\ that about all of the new- : ; J. II.[ MYERS, "
enlarged( by the munificent liberality of the papers of( the tate having any opinion) toexpress Fernandina, Fla..IIALLOKY'N ( 'ITY OF nUIlHa'fX.;
Guards are drilling industriously for Ciipt' JOHX FiraKRAi.i,
(. present Astor family. Resides: the real estate ; ) upon! the next )presidency have madereturns -- "
Ihe. contest: at the State; Fair.C to the circulars !sent out !some days "J\VII> CLARK.)
recently donated to it, $:"'(111.000 will be ago by the Timm, and I this morning all of Captain WAKI ,
.VITA IN:1 HOYTON did not exhibit his famous
expended In building. the answer that have been rl'I'I.lvl'lutHlllot LOH W.\ /STKAMSIIIP: :; LINE.: After }having undergone extensive repairs,
A KENTCCKY legislative\ (committee has reported !swimming\ suit at Jacksonville.\ He previously given are printed. The whole l an- M..W in FIRST-CLASS:: (ORDER: in every
got mad at the Yacht (Club, and departed number of )papers hoard from i is nearly three department' and will pcrf-nm the
a deplorable condition of affairs in hundred and all but about one-sixth
J Idgh I dudgeon.THK 1 of ONLY INSIDE ROUTE:\ : :SERVICE; :
the the penitentiary of that state, caused these! have been willing to Indicate some Only Direet Line to New York.

from over-crowding in tliu work-shops, bad Governor's Guards i of Tallahassee I ( ort otdlo: t'e. The list, as it appears) entire, .. between :Savannah and Florida connectinglit
.
.. .. first-class
Sav.uin.iti with :Steamhipsf
the : :
gave a grand ball last 1 week to Lieut. "'. A.llawls may summarised I as follows : "
ventilation iml''rli.'l.t4'w tin1 'Ocean :Nuiin..hip ,Co. t'-r New York,
wholesome food. and Color !Sergeant .'Johnston. a 11I1thl.lr : r ... :::7
: brides.CAIT. For Grant ... Steamer.*.
24 s :!:2
Tim bill for the of
relief Sen. Fitz-Jonh
HOYTON:l l'I" induced, overlook the For Sherman 4 ... Ii! lo II.,,\., SoCTII.AM .
Porter has been reported to the House, with For Tilth.II................. ... 1 17 Ii :.'.I{ -/./ I 'I irk- .
the majority report of the Committee on iction of the Yal'ht'llIh, and give an exhiition For Hayard. 13: 7 :'JO THE KINK STEAMERS, Leave Savua: h..M r.11. '.1\ A enioonThurs-

I t Military Affairs. It is to be hoped that > of his swimming aparatus in Jacksonville For Hancock 11: s :21 I day A'lirnoon.Arrive .
on Friday.GENntvLGiiVNtand. For Seymour 10 ... Id\ WESTERN TEXAS; Fenian: lm.i.1'tu'-day: : Evening, Friday
justice will be done to that long-suffering For Hcndricks: .......... ... :! livening.V.v : '
victim of petty jealousy and spite. paity t were handsomely i For the field............. 7 7 17 :31 CITY OF .AUSTIN ( <\/irilft'( .'<>/i:" ,
, I entertained Gainesville For the nominee Leave" ;.\Sivannah..Tiusday: ....", :Saturday
i. THE Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta at :! on their way to !1,1 7 ... :22:
Afternoon.Arrive .
For anybody to beat CITY OF DALLAS.A .
l' Cedar Key with u dinner at the Arlington\
Railroad ban been re-organized with $!KMXH( ) ( Grant........, 10 loXo Fernandinu.Wednesday! Morning,
capital and the following olncersi, R. 11.Hridgcrs I 11IlIILH informal reception.FJ.OIUUV choice. a 13: :32 I: 4S :STEAMER; : OF THIS: LINE: WILL .Sunday Morning.Arrive .
Jacksonville....:....\\'ccll1l'I'Jaooll..
l President! ; Messrs. Walters: :Shoemaker : oranges: tippcjir to be a drug in leave F.Rs.Xrlls.I.nmy; THURSDAY1 ;
the Total S III Ml 122: :aHlaine !H for NEW YORK ; and from NEW YORK, Arrive Pulatka.Wednesday: Evening.OOINU i .
I Philadelphia market. !Prices havededined ,1
'Ne\v'III11l'r."Mhort., Hrown Jenkins: beaM iront among all the )papers Pier :31 East! River, EVERY: FRIDAY for NORTH.
I; Camerdh to $.') to $".fiO barrel ami :#j;:2 to
)Plant
I I fll'rntt. Directors.A per two to one, but the largest )proportion of Florida ::11'. in. ('ill) of JlftilgetiiuIx'iivc -

J .',' BILL bus been introduced in Congress to &!..p>0 per half barrel or box., this conies from the independent }papers, theor.tun:4 This.Line, having no transfers to make Palatka.Thursday. AftiTiioon.Leave .

i" THK steamboatVr v/rr sank in the Ockawaha ; : )preferiing to keep n little more evenly between Jacksonville ami New York, oilers Jacksonville.Thursday Night.Leave i .
strike from II. S. books -
: tly : Treasury ,an account along with the machine and declare for the hl':
; of$28,000,000, deposited with the sev river just below Morrison's landing, the old commander whom very few of them shippers.Oranges' Arrive Savannah...Monday :Morning, Saturday

; cralst.atC1J.lluhj'ct to recall demand.. These u few days since. Her freight was all saved really want. In the Democrat u: list Titden ; will receive special canin hand Morning.ftnr'ft ) .

/; deposits represent n Hiirplns in the Treasury jut the wreck blocks up the only channel has an iusignilicant: ) lead, Hancock and Hay ling.PASSENGER. ClifkLeave -
ard both followingery close. These reports : ACCOMMODATIONS: ARE Jo'I.MU\l1I1iIlU.'J'IIl lllIy Evening: Fri
, SJ:".; in 1830 at the close\ : of Jackson's administra I II for steamboats.THK ) coming as they do from the surest( observers FIRST-CI..VSS.: day Evening.Arrive ; .

I I ", tion.' Florida Agricultural and Mechanical( I of the drift of !public opinion, have The \ offered the advantages Savannah...Wednesday! Night, Saturday
traveling public are
GENKHU R. J.. < IBON was unanimously Association, t the Florida Fruit Growers' Association attracted attention not only throughout) the of n DIRECT) LINE;, WITHOUT Night.NOTE. .
,. ,. state, but in the country ut large, and ha\e .-On both trips, Smith and North
I. ;.. nominated for U. S, Senator from Ixmisianaby : and the Florida Press Association apparently, thrown Home discouragement! ANY CHANGES. Connections made: at the l>avicll'lark will rail ut all way landings.All .
Jacksonville with all steamboats for all
! the Democratic caucus, on Wednesday.As will doubtless hold their annual meetings; over the Grant movement. Tho canvasslias trips terminating starting from
mints the St. John's' (Ocklawuha andndiun
on : ,
, Kellogg's term expires in 1SH3, and the I,luring the :State; Fair at Jacksonville.SENATOR : been ai complete us it was" )possible. to i Rivers, and with the Transit Ituil- Fernandina connectitli Transit Railroad
and U Express Train to and from Jacksonville
make it, the result: much nllltl.Ilun. : and
sessions! of the legislature' lire bi-ennial, the JO.MCS submitted: a resolution ble us a means of calculating Ihe condition road at Fernandina for all railroad stations! there with Steamers; to and from all landing-!
in Florida.
'
,," present legislature: will elect a Senator to 'ailing on the Secretary: of the Navy to inform of )public sentiment than desultory inaccurate tin the /St. Johns, also to and from Guinesville t.
y. interview with individuals in confineddistricts. ( Waldo, Cedar etc. Tickets
: till hlllllaee. the Senate whether the Interests of theountry FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATES Key are
'f The IICWl'I'IIpcr opinions have covered sold through; to and from all the IIhlln'1".int.'l
,i, 01/:; A BILL providing that Presidential" electors 4 4t require the restoration! of the Pen- till sections oi the state and represent LOWER THIN BY INDIRECT LINES.jThn ; and when Steamer City of Itridgetou

'>'J, shall be chosen! by the legislature hius been I,:l1'1I1a'1II1\' yard, and the probable: eo.st of all shades of opi n ion. Rates: and Hills of runs through between 1I\'anuah nnllI'ulat.
; The Cincinnati (lazi'ttt has been ngh : Lading ka, also have the choice of
. ( \ introduced in the Xew York legislature; and he same.ROIIKRT. getting to all Mints.rStcainers. passengers going
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opinions from Ohio Republicans on presidential !by rail between! Fernandina and Jacksonville.
';" : It is rumored that other Republican l legislature : HI'LLOCK \\'. C. Hrown'ami \\'. K. candidates. Heing Sherman's !state *- :: of thi Line I
; ,,;:< !*' will follow suit. Of t'our.thlll is a card[ commissioner. appointed to examne it /is natural the secretary: should lead, although with I the to NASSAU Hahumus, X. P., undercontract For StateRooms, Tickets, and all other
Government
I "' 1'. game two can play; ut, and the( next thing in l'1111111tilr services. rendered, during the ; there urlIIlIO localities in which and) are the only ::4tl'mlll'l'thot:: land at the particulars, apply to the following .\ t'lItl'luIIIIOml.t'lI
lilainv is somewhat ahead. Of ;
\. :, order will be for IVmocrutta legislatures! to ;i>t Seminole war, advertise!: that they will hud nearly seven pier in Xussaii.U. (:Ja.
hundred returns Sherman 377 ; Hlaine" Savannah -Cor. Hull and Rryan Sts.,
f '1 enact similar laws.JEN. ., neet at Tampa on the :21th of February for l.VH ; Grant, Uj): ; Garlldd, 14 ; Have*, 14 and W. :-::Ol''fJlnCK.gl'nt.Fernandina.C. I opixtsite. Puluski I and Screven Jlou..e.I .

that Wu.shburne 13, with the remainder scatter Fernandina Fla.-At the I': mont Hotel
i 'f ( GLUTTON B. FIWK tct-titied before the l'url'"l'l' H. MALLORY it CO., I
ing. If there are any sections of the country and to Capt. Jno. 1.. Roumillat, Agent.
!, House Committee on Indian! Affairs, on the Tutt Montiecllo Litttiilii; prompt and where Grunt leads they have been overlooked Her 20' East. River Xew York.tf. : Jacksonville Fla.-Corner Hay and line

. ,.J Ute masacre on ,Monday, charging that the able\ defemv of Captain S. Pasco against Ihe in the inditotriou: canvass for sentiment '-- -- -- :-t"., Dr. L'Engle's: Drug Store; A. <'. Lanphere -

cause of the outbreak could be distinctly ibsurd fiieers of the J'utrtot I is being copied that has been in progress l for severalweeks. NT. .HAIIY'S HIVIJl: PACKET. Ticket Agent; .\. L. Hungerford
Agent.St. .
t' traced to the and hll'al'wi. md endorsed the State. S
mismanagement generally throughout The IndiunaiHtlis Juurwil the )leading Republican ; Augu.stine, Fla.-On the Hav. R. F.
:. ty of the Indian Hureau. The' Hureau, Commissioner Want of space alone prevents the rcproduc* organ in Indiana, ha instituted u rtrpHE Armstrong, Agent.

{ replied by attempting to shift, the ion tifit in our columns.fnKfiivth : thorough (canvas of ull the prominent Republicans I'alatka, Fla.-LiHenthal Hn.thers Co.,
of Indiana in order to ascertain ,... ,,--- Agents. .
: hi .
responsibility predecessors.Po.sTMnTku
I upon fhrtila Jitunuil it ri-sH nsiblcor exactly how they felt all to the third termbusiness. GUSTAVE/ LEVK:,

(i .SEt.'ON lriT.\XT : -
Journal, that out of 4,&:>(i prominent Republican W. F. HARRY
"f HEADY ban got himself! into trouble. The fast on the Volus'ta bar, and the party had
whoso view! have been expnvwtl JOHN RICH utnsox, Iil'nt'rull.cnt., &\'l1nnah.J. .
1'1'011I1' tired I of hu'tlt'lu Gen.; Grant I
appropriation for the star mail: service for t remarked
:. 1,415! are for Hlaine, 1,152: are for Grant, 1,018 X. HARRIMAN
the year was $5,000,000 but Hradyp<-nt it ', bet ween pull of hi* cigar : "It i... are Sherman; 7"an* for Hayes, W are for WILL RUN ON THE ST. MARY'S: ,'- _11 ____ Manager.mi ..
7. at the rate of$7,600,000 and asked for a deficiency not g.MKl to 'l'u: rest are scattering. Hut it will IKSSWJI that I..a'eT.: MAKY'H EVERY MONDAY and *. A\M: CLAKKK,
appropriation, approved by the AT a meeting of strawberry growers in only little more than one-quarter are for THURSDAY MORNING at (5 o'clock, fi'>r

Postmaster-General, of 2,000M Rl'l.kll'Nft'xtn"agtlll Jacksonville: <>u Tuesday it was decided tohll' Grant. FEHMA.DINami; will leave FERSAXMNAsame
days at M a. in., for CAMP; PIXCKXKY rriHIRD /ST., HET. CENTRE A Aunirt.FERNANDINA. .
if not to be the all the the Florida "
<\ worM.iccms I If crop over DispatchLine .
U.c'ste, Farmer'* Almanac.John und ull intermediate landings on the river.
f trouble with the Second si.stant. The" said line to furnish This
refrigerators. EVERY TUESDAY; and FIJI-
P. Morton <& Co., Louisville, Ky., Returning I FLA.,
t I' ''. matter !I.* Iwing iutestigated., ndit&try is growing in volume and interest H'IIIIIll their almanac* for IK o. it i* in ullresist DAY, will arrive at ST. MARY'* at 5 )p. in.,

'., yearly, and bids fair to rival that of Charles- Contains touching; at FER.VVMXIXA. HEALER IX: IHKC'lioicent
the
10
, l'orf"UII. U worth price- cents. On WEDNESDAYS; and SATURDAYSwill :'
> ton: at an early day.F.xU. .
.', AN explosion in Lyce.lt Colliery near XewQititle u large amount of mutter that will serve as leave ST. MAKY'H &:30 u. in., und can
,
: /S.'SKXATOK J, Westeolt, of Florila hints to the thoughtful farmer and! considerable l>e dinrterwt for excursions: toDuugeueNM FmltM: ,and Vegetable**,
1';( Kngland, killed alMiut ninety IHTSOIIS.THBeminent .
who removed to Canada at the beginning miscellaneous reading-particularly

French ttatehinun Jules Favre, Ilf the war, died at Montreal on the 10thnist. among; the advertisement. CONFF.TIOXEIUES.! : Km:

t died at Versailles on the 19th instant aged! of '. ) He[ wasln.ru .
., ut the ago )'t':1fS. and other points of interest in the vicinity

;. seventy-one. Alexandria, Vu., and was: the father\ of THKKE: i,. uu advertisement in our columns of Ferntumiiui. Hlissharden Seeds, Flower*. Farm andiarden

THK Cuban jiolice have discovered tlie exIstenceof Hon. J, D Westeott, of Tallahassee, one of to which wr take much 'pleasure in referring ( Implements
our readers Uvaiiao we It.Jjt'Hin it and can Through IlilU of LatlliiRby 7 tf
anecrvt H4 ciety called "Xuuigos', the ablest |iieiuben!* of our present Supreme conscientiously ami heartily recommend it. -- -- -

\, hose object Li the murder of the whites. Ctmrt.TnEtvremiiny( We refer to Hall'* Hair Uenewer. Weremembvr }f.\1.L01tY'* LINE of Steamers to all .\. D. XOYK.S,
many case in our midst of old and jMiinU on the St. Mary'*.
TUB Dublin Man>i middle aged people who formerly wore gray
has issued an addrt appealing for aid for I of St. John'* l'roh'lotaut Kplfn: Church luiir, or whose lock* were thin and faded, CloMr C'ouueflioii Q.KOTEII AND SHIP CHANDLKR,

the IrlshKulleren. *, to the |I't"uplt' &)f the Cni-! ut Tallahassee took place oil Monday last.Hi.shop but who now have, presentable ht'tlll.it'l't'll.

ted ptates, Young 1.re-i.ll'll.8Iul Rev. Mr. Wdler and with no little pride announce to their made with the Xew York and Savannah\ PKVLEK |X1'rovlNloiiM
friends that they haven't u grey hair in their tl'Clml'l'II.llrk: all ;good* "Care of Steamer
ATBwricfontlagrutiou tnvurre
klo, Jai)aii. Dec'emlier 2Cth in whidito, ( L'J.Irea. l>r. J. H. Rjindolph wa the only world would bo U-ttt-r otf, if there was more J'I I LtquorN, Elr.A .

Ues-troyed" uud f.lO.OOO ni8 lll''I'' l'lt'M'lIt who was present at thodwlication of it, for when the uged make themsdvc:*! attractive GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS you
were |1..J'l
houses ,
I to other certain to Kxcursutnist and Tourist
they are. more M'ligen. : will
rendered ih>titute. Of the former edifice, The stone I is win and retain the esteem and the reivt to tlnd thi* u very attractive trip, as the smiery I <:EXT FOR H.. F, AVKUY A CO.'S 1 1.AIl'uTk \\' .

THE Poj e id reported to be urprii>e I I : them. Try Hall'* Hair Renewer if age or abundant. I
Indignant at Cardinal Mi-Closky'n nteptionof ST. JUU=' lli.Iw.* thinned or' whitenvil your lock For further iirTunnation apttly to 'JTKUT.

Mr. Parnellthe Jribh agitator. ThU re- Ih'ILT lMa1. lieUI'D 11'l.U.U1lIIl'JL1' and you will thank u* for our advice,-Ii'rvt JOHN 1UCHARDSON, t 'i', 't\ "

port the Cardinal absolutely denten.' l !O, ..' JU, .'\ tt'tJMurg, II*. l (I. I :25-tf FeniamUna Fla. 32 tf t FERXAXPIXA, FLA.Jtf' ..





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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : KEKNANDINA FLA.

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LOCAL I E1I4EO1IONS. The Florida. JI Itoottt and Soes., --I II r- --I J. ItAKHH tV llltO. cj.iRnr.TT 6 v ITTARDWAUE .: ,

The Savannah AYn of Tuesday containsthe I A new stork just recc4ved at J..l: T. Kydds.! i : r
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Correspondent- ;- --- following dc t !
And person! !\Laving himincM with this, paper| will ship Florida; now on her way to enter the On February fifth, the undersigncHl l willopl'n DOORS SASH(, nUN}) s

)plonse direct to FLORIDA MIRROR, Fcnmiullim.AW trade between Savannah and Florida She school) in the of
i a private building 215 .'..lIrl SI.. New York. .'"In..., nnd laibrirntlug Olln. ; '
i I is 183 feet in length, beam 32: feet, floor ;38 iMblic School No. 1. .

\ 'ing that Ice many to of lleckcepers.flcliev our subscriber. Are lovers I I feet, hold. 8 feet, with' three fore l\1\\ll1n bulkbeads. Rates of tuition, which. will be low, made I HIm C :SAFETY; OIL A SPECIALTY.

of honey, and would keep bees enough to known, on application. .
supply their tables She: is ('xtrltilllbel'l..l and fastened, containing J. N. WlllTNKK.Some ; :>. rJltxtEU1CREI -
own at least, If they knew Y. '
far material than ordlnarhui1t
. how to do It, )h, more : : .
.
. MC made)
ivs
nrrntiKenients to supply steamers. The hull was thoroughly I painted I MoreOf I ( 'II'OliR1NTlll' I.'t: ,vi AIIVNTSm! |
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them the (
Rickctjttr'i Mngnzint, n :U:! INIRP/ 11I 1.lc'1(1 out lutorc she was lautulied. The '"
thoss fire French Itrondcloth and
monthly, lit only $tM :. MARVIN'S SAFI&MARVIN'S ;
a Jtar.-forllll'r price 81.50. outside prvstiits a lather odd appearance.having \ ,.v. :-.
ItcHlden this we oun furnish all latest! books on a tour-tout rail( forward nod alt, similar Tvvi'isl ll'llItltilt: on (band, and will he Nol
the subjects! ) together with nil articles used in to eastern: built boats; this is: for )protection much below (cost hy ALARM I MONEY) ; DRAWER, ,

beekeeping at the lowest! price. The Mti,>anne from leaves :Sale::; IMS but a limited\ boiler I 01"1 1 IS M. DOVVNKV.: : $ ', 0 ," "I (l'ril'ct.M..) ':
Is full of information for beginners, and Kln'8811'I'c dei'k. I Her l'l'llIlIllIlI.l Ul'l'I'l'Ih'd.lI'xh'II'\\ 1i ( ; 'Y t
t_ ... .
1'all and Winter WOODEN: JACKET SHIPPING CAN. .
Clothing.J
Just when needed each month in the >'ear.We to the jal"k tlln. The cabin contains! twenty
will furnish the Mirror nod the Magntintta rooms mi t.'adlIoll': all splendidly arranged A T. K.'lllllre now receiving. their fall

all who apply,on.receipt of the.. price,$.1no a >'ear.bTAnKEisaheadon will from add new greatly designs i to ;the well comtort ventilated t and I\, convenient which :stock of IIl1'n', youths' and bays ilolhing, ;STOVES; TIN WARE..1) t tt7

-- 'c of 1'1I sengcn. Each state-room i is which they o IIi.'I' at very low )priics.1'tnc OIl.1Nhl:1'1.11( : ;: MANURE,

!:; : Lt.'ap'l1r Hop How httcd I up just like an hotel with washstands J
about it In our city" Our young ladies. should ('Olllll'l.till with pipes) \ leading over << hats, ; -Tin at Roofing low and. Guttering by skilled)
workmen nate':4.J."T
nut let the opportunity; pass. board. The glass: in the skylights! : made J.\\\; \ K.vdd have just reieived a new 4

- --- .from new designs: expressly tor this boat, and tt'k of gents' tine hats, latest styles at hot (Under Formula of Geo. H. Forrester.! ) (lit) \\' llvv STRK.KT 1
1$t4) has done ell\ 'must bosien to bo appreciated. Red white 1 1I
vv so far, several marriagesbusing torn
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and blue (comprise\ : tHe colors: while in the 1I I ,
JACKSONVILLE:; }FLORIDA. t
already taken }place; hut those pro centre are int ilowers.: The wash-rooms and I :: ,

}luial1l1an wl'rl'Il should: have immediate Iv'uter-Insets have a handsome round marble "f'1V ioodn. i "
Pronounced by Orange Grower* thecry Sign of the Golden Stove. :22-tf
attention, slab with cndo:4ed'IIII1Ut :stands:! and lour A few cases of( hire (fall goods just arrived -..._- -. .---- ._---- .oo __ '

boiler, nil nicely arranged ; the plumbing and now opened in the City Mart, and will Till FLORIDAN "
YE LOOM and outtit Irom the 1't.'il'hrlltl'CI'W\ York
finds that many of our merchants be sold without reserve, together with \balance ,
!unit I of \Vatlles: Hiallner. The )pantry contains ,
would, be largely remunerated; l \hyadvertising. all the latest improvements. The cookhouse of goods(, now on hand by M 1. DOWMV. REST; MANURE ,ou TIIK (ORANGE: TREK. l'O\\ IMPROVF.MENT: COMPANY. :

He N right.: Try it. is furnished with galley !stove made in ,

-- -- New York, similar to those in use on eastern: Electionottce.. j

AUDIT half a ton of !mail matter passes boats '1 lie texas: is nicely arranged I expressly ) An elution for Clerk 1udTreastreril''ity I

over the Transit Railroad every train, In- fur the olHurs.: The )pilot house 1 is ellipticin Council will be held at the City .Marshal's: Fcrimmliiui,
lorm made from 11l't A
new i'hiding; about two thousand l'n". otllie the ninth 'of ,
day
teature of the tCXIIlIlIllII'aLIIII" the one Oil Monday: Fbrmtrynext Towns on It. R.And Line, ..
- pane utgla( >s:! in each door, instead ot the old}
THE .V. Mini, on her last trip down had Cedar Key.
aheavy WIOm': prominent feature is the
very
Hy order of City l'uuucil.NiiRttlx FOHHl'rrgU':4; : COMPLETE: : MANUUI: :>*
cargo of freight and I (>o cabin and L 10 cabin; for colored; people. It contains large II
deck passenger and comlbitable 1'1111111wl'11, furnished and HKOW.\SON, Major.Fernandina I

I ventilated handsome carpets and looking- Fla., Jan. /S, 1 Iftso.A'nr ,
( W. 1,'. Woon, pus removed l hN stack of glasses: furnlllht.hy\ )II'-\,:<. J./ J. (iillcspic .\: j
( '0. The Main cabins tire liirnishcd: \ with) "'.IIl and ll'lntri" (;()ods.J. FOH T.vmv: : r.\iivi ('!lor. I
fancy goods, stationery, hooks) blank books, irom .\, '1Mew \ Co' I the best of
carpets\ : ; .\: T.I'r.hlllrl' now rec-eivingeverj' week Oilers: to Lessees! A Purchasers a large
toys, tliromos etc., etc., to the post office. Velvet. The upholstering and bedding was it
--- -- trom the same celebrated New' York Iirm./ large shipments of Fall and Winter goods\ number of the most: eligible) and desirablebits : (!

THE fit. Jolim }parsed up )'etl'rclu'l'nln: /( Chandeliers, of the latest styles, with six dry goods, dress goods, dothing! hats and Prcjmnil\ mi hcienlillr primiples tll II\'tH\cIl'I'\ suitable for Rusiness Purpose, or forCity .

with 'JO cabin passenger, 14 deck lw' baits burners from Donaldson & C.'..., New YOI k. caps, boots:! and shoes, vvhiih arc selling at a large( j'll'I.lpl'r at're.Also ,
The I'Ihlllllllll ]>ilot house are: heatediili t or Suburban Residences; t tpms
the lowest market .
cotton and 3liOO, ) }pack.iges; oranges. Site: prices.Nassau
steam hc-aters. In a word, tht.'uhilll'OlltullI:4
took here Held! boxes: of oranges, 3OO) of whichcame all 81I that money l'oult\l'rol'UI't.\ and ingenuity College 1'.1"nuI": r ,

from Bishop's packing} house.Mr. : invent to make passengers: comlortabic andhappy.
I
--- \ The lIIadllllt.'r.1111.1.1:4. :, of two engines Ite-npcwrl l Ietlllla October :IMth. Pupils I

C. E. Pareell of Tampa paid a flying twenty-lour inches in diameter, eight receive'il at any time! and ut the Usual: I rates: I lF:1i.1:1ms) : IN Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to 1

visit to Fernandiiu: this week He is at diet stroke: with balance valves, with HeeVIndispensable To the ituens of Florida! this Institution: 1'ItDIJocIHW111n'ILI: ( ha (CHEMH'AI\: pa' i.ties engaged in manufacturing or !Industrial
cut oil with air cushions at-
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present' engaged} ill }putting up a number of taihcil, handsomely )painted and (unshed! ail'rls every facility: near home t:or the sn.PHATi: \ : AMMONIA, enterprises' who \\1I11'r.t' on tIll! property J

wind-mills for }pumping water on the J. 1'. Her wheels are t vveiitj -nine feet in diameter thorough education of their daughters.
.\: M. Hail road. with ten feet h"l'kethc' : has two doctors, ITIt'I'EOHtI.: .\, purchased substantial improvementsfor : 1

-- -- one UlIl'al'ltItll': for separate supply, and\ an The Stayer Seictny Machine.Mr. resident, or in which to conduit their ;:
"'c learn that ('1111. Joe Smith, one of the independent! ) boiler. In the middle of the John Mackenzie has taken the agency Sl'PEll: : PHOSPHATE:; ; LIME;, i
boat is a \V. A. Lighthall, New York, Plltl'lItoourlU'e 1 business.INDl'CEMENTS. 1
oldest and most popular} omnunders: in ; nt'this excellent sewing in.iehine, and is now' M'LPHATE: : OF POTASH J 51
comleiiser\ : by which all steam is con
these waters is to have command of thenew 11"11"1'.111I111 the water of condensation returned prepared to furnish all supplies, and repairs : ; ; MANUFACTUR: /j I
NITKATE: OF I'II'ASII.JIlifl.1'I'i:4)1' ) .
steamship Florida, which is. expected to the boilers, so that strange tis it necessary fur it. He sells: the medics at : ERS: by exemption) for a term of years: from J I

here about the first of February may her boiler appear) at she: Cituinnati will have that the same she water in :!."> cents a dozen and all other artii'les at the : : \ l'OT.HlWI.I'II.TI !, taxation offered' )' the several cities andtowns. .J
departed
.. prices established by the manufai''turer. Call
---- tiom Pittsbiirg\ with, thus luivingpuic} waterin :- MAGNF-S1A: Apply) ) tlt'o ,
THE steamship City (!f' Austin' arrivedyes-i the boilers all the time are not liable to and see the late Improved Singer-the most i I I

terday morning having left New York on burn. In the hold 1 1 is the pump for supplying complete machine in the world :a( srLPHATE: } : Oll.\.1 GEO.; I).
the boilers through two tubular beaten /-.ti-OlnYe Railroad Jlnildlng, Fernandina.UMf .
Sunday evening. She stopped sixteen hours : which will return water to the boilers: at STRICTLY ITKi\ GROl'ND: MOVE) :, ', m

ut Port Itoyal putting oil' friei ht. She 14D to 180 degrees: heat ; also an engine with MAKIXK.POUT I ; .. .,-

passed} the Wettcrn Tmwoir Hatteras, havingleft a rotary pump which supplies water for condensing AI.lANAO-'lutK KNDI.NO JANUARY' '.'7.IICs TIII: FLORIDA t 1
: : also a "nigger" engine and
purposes; '
New York the same time. Her cargo isa an iron uipstau of improved }pattern, builtexpiessly .
HI".M.lET!! IIIOII VVATFK. P.M. (
..,: good one, mostly. for Fernandina and : fur the Flmiiln. The boilers: were Wl'd'"dy..JAII,21. 701) f,:T2 21.:$ A.M. 3'J: ? All ciri'ulars give: /lull purticiilars, and are ; AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'YOFFERS ,
pnintV'nlonx' the Transit Road and South built by"Messrs. Rees Thorn: are sixty in- TliurM'y :Z.*. 7.01 11.23:: :3.W: 4,Itl mailed IRe to all applicants. Thl'will interest I 1.1.ISI ,
lies in diameter U4: feet long of Hussey kHowes Friday, il, 7.01 Sil! 448 ivouSiit'duy you if you are interested in'Agriculture \
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Florida. t 4. 7.0U n,M! &4J: A"IAHunday
( best. : 25, 7.IM AM: 6.11: fi !M I
are located one on l'lH'h guard being connected Monday 'M, fl,"'J 5,:'J7 7,17 7.3U t I'
MESSRS DREW & BITKI of Kllaville
are with :-tI'llIIlI'IJtl':4 tastily covered. She 'rut'II shipping from Fernandina a (large bill of has also a donkey! boiler to Kl'l'PI I' :steam L T" r Jt II. K.; oTTiitiit.: OOO.OOO .tcrer /

lumber amounting to over two million feet, loiistantly for heating purposes, as well as to fort of rernandlna.ARRIVED. :
supply' steam for the large No. G DiKiiiesnepumps Of tbie must! i 1. .. Jr
for the construction of an immense hotel at 1 I\'d\
whiih run be used for fire purposes J" ERNANDINA: : FLOUIDA.KVI :
Roekavvay Hcach Long Island X. Y. This in lill't. nothing seems to have been !left undone January :21.Steamer St. John's' Vogel, ACCESSMJLE' ; ; AND: DllSIRAULE: t : i

linn I ia largely increasing its Hhipments from to make the t'luritlii one ot the safest: Charleston. i' : mis

this port, and will :4uolIl..tallli h, us we learn bouts afloat She has in her hold! two large January :21.-Nor. brig bunt, Langseth, .. I.VMW IN TIn .d (
water tanks for use while out in salt water. Havana.Januarv. t t

trom Mr. Sylvester: the manager, a permanent TIll'oJ' t!'( seems to want nothing and is i'J.-Steamship! City of Austin F ill.. if it in I I Grocerlt')1lxu S'I'A'rJOF: FLORIDA, .. I1
shipping) otllee hero. the best titled out Ixmt that was ever built in Stevens! New York >

'_ .0 the West, and is a combination of eastern CLEARED.January At only jjil.25 )per acre to new !settlers, with 11\\

THE yacht Fmiui'm.. J.nm4iu t ; lIIa"tl'I', and western river boats, and is an original :.!'!.-Hark Alice, Dfver, Natal. (lie privilege of selection ill lintels of 40aiicMor I
Imut in all trom boat
dillering
arrived, from New York 1'/1 \\",'dnesday\ and yet built. r'Iop'I't She is built, train designs!any of Captinn January New ii.5.: -:Steamship::; City[ of .Austin more. These lands are located on "

will remain at this point ..to""IIIl'i I.IIKher SamuelVhitcsidcs: of Savannah, (ia., Stevens, York. I'li4)VISIONS.I'u ) and! adjacent\ to the.lble of the E
January :2J.-Steamer M. Juhn's.'olott'l.l,
captain) and owner inteii'iin. lo stttlc hero.. lie being a warm advocate, of the western Charleston
of boats for comfort and general ATLANTIC' GULF AND WEST INDIA
style" adaptation ,
The Ftiaiii i js an elegant lilh'"l':4 I, built at .
to the wants OfPII14-t.'IIg'I'r8.: the arrangements TRANSIT ('O.: 'l It. R.,
Newark, X. J., in IS':), an-l i- just the tiling j'
of machinery being more suitable. .
; NI .:('I.14 NOTICE.rl1UF .tumenrmi rely UHUI| getting CHOICEiOODS ) ; '
for llshing parties hailing particetc.. :Hit- Thus the t'lorulu" I is a modified/ eastern I extending from FERNANDINA; on the Atlantic J: i

is be thoroughly overhauled\ and rc-puintcd, and western: boat. In general appcaiancc ; TOOLS, ENGINES; MACHINERY: ( ( ) ) ., usNO1'1IINI to CEDAR: KEY, on the Gulf coast, i
she resembles the eastern more than the
:
and will' be for ihaiter t'u "lh'J purn| >seswhen western: bout This boat reflects grunt (,rediton to" the' FERNANDINA on band: and implements MANUFACTURING belonging (- IhiiH affording to the pr Mincer cheapun; i ; .
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'tfnil'h't.'ll.Hr. all i'OIK'erncd 1 in bier l'oll14trUl'tiol1. (.''apt.Whitesidcs ) .COMPANY used in and about their : ( IH'T THE; FINF.ST: ; HIIANDSare : :\ stunt and rapid) transjiortutlon; } to the; I lest '. 1'

has the l'Iti-ful'tlon: of designing shop in I'ernanilima, will be sold at public market t
II. )(. Knight, of Liketield C\)sin., arrived one of the best" and most complete steamers_ auction to the highest bidder, on FRIDAY, The belt of country traversed by the Transit t
in this.city a few days inee and took that was ever i constructed and he ran lay the :30th day of January, IHMI l ), at 12 /.(loc'k, kept in stow k. ,

I rooms at the E lIIout. lie was :suffering without* fear for the result Match her if you In. Sale will be made at the said shop In -_. It. it. embraces! .. 11+
tan Fernandina, Fla. TERMS; : CASH. j 0,
from a painful disease of the kidneys, and J. H. AIKEN: President fff Tit"' "llt EVERY; : VARIETY: OF 'SOIL 'J'-'

came in search of health. On Wednesday l'usseuYf'r LM.FLORFNCF ISAIAH WINCH, Secretary,
be* suddenly grew worse and died on Thursday SrE.1MER January 21-F C' TII)'. 17 :2t Fcrnandina Mfg. c ro. to I be found 1 in the State, a large protortion| 'I

lor A Ue 'nolds. J 11 CUI\IJltA.J'k..A' M Wi!:- .. W. LOHMANNFAMOl'K>/ being I peculiarly adapted) \ to the culture of 1
morning. He was attended by Pr > --- --- -- --' -- --- I
gins: and \wife"., N It Hamnck, N llogers: It WSsoiithwiek h4xsl-TWPlAL.Fal'ITSamid Early Vegetable, I :
Pope, and everything done for ]him that Piene Mrs AIIORIXU MEN WA\TKI: >.
Win Wesgate.
: and The hiryf, i'uuijMict Ifn.lieaoTin&r\ 'I
could be wife telegraphed "> JLt ( -
done. His was January 2- fur just previous to Jus death,, and is now on ick, J K; >i Whitworth and wile, M Wolf, make the-se lands worthy of ('A U1:1'JJX..
S Kellogg, J S White and wife, F Krogg./ Mrs ..r..r.>(l Flour. ..UI/.":. TO.hy manufacturer of LI'MHKR
the way here.' 'VThe* remains!. will' be kept to Krogg, (111' Miller and wife, Win Markham 23 TO 30 GOOD( ) 1.Altulil'JLS11'anteol ; .\S tl NAv.u. .STORK.

await her arrival' und wife, W A binith A Gary, M Jones, C I
** .... o-: :"":--L- Dixon, K Pinknev and (child Laura Lewis, at ute to work on tit'SAN'r.1 NEW; SETTLER J
A Change.We N HaU'ht, J F Agier.K ; ONLY: ,FIVE 1 : CENTH; ; PER: POUND.
: FE: ('.\\.\ I.. r
learn that with a view of confining TEA WEB FLORENCE, January 23.-)(. I'. l'url'lu1I'1lIK land from this eoiujwuiy are fur- )

his attention to the sale and management ofcity Truinhull, l:. U. lloag, Chicago; It. Keazer, Apply toNED nixbeil with etttirrire juimtyetm the Trail- '

J. D. H. Salter, Terre Haute; J. U. Blunt and (c..tf AT OLD P. O. UUILDING.HTHKKTV : sit Railroad for family and rsonul effects _
real Mr. Samuel .\. Swann has |*
estate wife, J. A. Blurt, Atlanta; L. Levi and wife. FARRELL: ; ., Engineer: ,
.
of -.- to the station nearest the land purchased. l .
resigned his office of Land Commissioner Cincinnati; N, N. bparkman' Savannah( ; 1). Waldo Fla. -
the Florida Land and Immigration( Co.,and i is: II. Dunham and wile, Chicago; Mrs. Hlinwon : A llltOTIIKItN, TITLE (njMPLETE: : ;, being derived by ):

to be succeeded by Mr. Chas W. Lewis, vv holias and daughter, Cincinnati; I''. W. Lyman Or to D. S. PLACE;, Secretary: I grant from the United State uUlll'urduu.e
]
II. B. Donvella Chicago; ; A It. Dolin J..1,
for the 17 :21 At Mirror OUlc'('. from the State of Florida.CORRF.SPONDEXCliLSOLICITED.
been with him
connected past Miss M,11'anl Uruiu-
J. C.
Chief, Johnson .. "'ERXANDINA: : FMUHPA,
-- -- --- ----- -
three Mr. Lewis will wick. ]
years as assistant.
: '' ; .
METROPOLITAN DINING
remove his office about February 1st toHeach CITY or At'fmx, January :&t-J. T. Roles

Street, opposite the Egniont Hotel. wife and child)\ Jno. H, Brown Geo. 11. JOOMS.Opposite 'ur",7l'IlF.1II4 AND DKALKJW IV! I'Hao Descriptive :Mifxand tiKcri.Aioi mailed on
Johnson Miss K. Dusten, Albert Steepman' )
,
-'---- Jno. J. Ulove Mn. Wei.l>erger, Mm. Wilcox ( the Post OttUf,) "I'Ij'UtiulI ;
Fernandina Ahead. and son. }o'. Moore, wife and (child M. Chaji- ,' es, heaters and Ranges, SAMUEL. SWANN, -
It i is well enough to talk about ripe straw- man, M. Kibbe Thos. A. Taylor, W. A.dishing T) ". HOIURK PwariuLromn. 1-tf lAnd Viumlwtloner.
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and six -- ---- --
berries, green peas snap beans, Ac., in January and wife, steerage.
Mr. Garland PRIVATE AND TRANSHLNT HOARDING.RKAMJXABLK. : TIN AND SHEET; : IRON WARE:, II. (:IIOHIIEK,
,
but we also. have ripe grapr*
citizens has vine of the Hotel Arrlialn.MAN BOARD :. No )-sills spared l to .
one o(our a \ UNSM1TH!
Isabella trained upon the south side of his ..IOX-II It Smith fhicagu; C f; Par. suit....(customer. .. 17m, : )ROOFING ASH. GirrTERINJJ.: jr I ;
- .
G i Tunstall\ Van Ten
cell Tallahas A ,
:
hotree where the leaves have not been killed ; FOCKTII $T., mrr, CKXTBK' : a \LAf'JIt..
Savannah
A
lirocck. A Hin-hman ; Jtey. Undor >iI-2\V runu".n..n. .
and where several bunches of well de- molts\ Macon ; Joe' Sparks, Baltimore;' Mr Feriiuudlutt Fla.GUIIM ". i w. f.>* .
,
veloi<1 grapes are just putting on their purple K H Uracewell, Savannah ; Payton Smith, Just r'cin..l-a large romiignnient ortOH1t. -
Fla Dr ('hare ak, X Y J Steven' SPENCER HOUSE
Starke, ; ;
hue. Mr. Garland will save them for made t son, Ixchloosa, Fla. I The "('OOK'$ JEWEL": lit .
the State Fair, ST. )MAHV'K (IEAItUTA.1T approiriately bought, Mild or exchanger Work in Iron
....._. F.loYT-Sam G Jones, James 11 Prince. or bras done at the lowest pricv*. Lock' *
-
-- Ohio; Chas Greer, wife and two children \\ I IJ [ uaml'ill-it In a J wt'l. We will not retired and keys fitte.1. All order promptly
If nice shave or a good Ilnchwaclwr X Y L TIIOMPriOX of the Kettnwg. Iluwe .
you want a quiet) J Hirach de ; ItJpley While MouaUiiut. hro rirtor.Traiwieut I 1 lit'! underwild. Attended to. t "
cigar, go to Rl'TIJlHU''EB'.. Ga ; 31 U'lauer > Y : D H Place, Waldci! ; U r lr.. tt.SO per itujr. Liberal tenn Work nut called.for.In thirty.day will \xt"old
17 ;. .. a O lYemrtt, F CmckHt, .V Y, made lo those itmiriny board by the wet k. 1 1 tf I ly COIl. HF.COSn8n flTfi. for repair,' 0 1 if .

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Y L One iiijrlit cans MM n hurricane, 11 4 I
f*,' II > Y MRS. (JU'KFfNOTOX, Jb & T. VDD.iH01IDAY
I I
} h The t ca wa in .>untaiiid! rolling, .} ) oI

When ILirney ItnntlinotnriHil 1 ht+ 1IIit, I ColJXKROf'
PlXK.M: : FoRIVtll S TRta'VY.
.i"H.\11' ;,iM f\IJHfW.fJ, ) ,'tth lahtt'.'

'j.\ ; '../ ',. l.>l..>\\'iiir. (Illll; : I nC'.iO"! ,.Hie', Flu.
'
I Il.iik dnii'i ve Inir it r.Mr n''v" !IIN
I 'fEmlI.\ .;: O AMI **2.OO I'EU: DAY GIFTS
,
!.'Ifll helll'ent1 Imw I pti; ill I

: s' I'lilmppy folk" 11:1h"T: : 11'1\v .' NI .1rt.rtliii<< to -l/ocatinn- ..I' Il.ninw.: i ....1I

J'' ; ; .'hollumllaal'4: wh.1 I Hviu in town I t f wr.LL-KNmv.v: : norsiis: ; (CEN: I

11'h11f ilangcr: ;I they are all in ( .JL trally locateil, and ha\ing) ln-cn '('11. I LARGE ASSORTMENT. '

t ,valcd throughout; willl lie kept 11'111 hr: t-ehH-!
l
;'And! << no\y nro qunkitu in their lied' iiousf. The Propriftrc, having had. experience

Fur fear the rm>f should fall in, doth North and South will ,.
Cures "parnn A full slock lia'*<< just 1 horn I'c'f'i\'e'< e 1 Poor creatures, how they(, cnvicv. ti!... Ague pain< fur the rmnfnrt of her patrons, i i-i
t I "
And wishes: I've a notion, I making the Imufc homolike UK any in tin- i CHEAP: USEFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS: for Holiday riesentsin!
e ity. ::1I-t:; f
( For our pxid luck, in :inch n torni I* n purely vogetnliln hitter, and power, -

I To hp'ujioii'thc'occim.' ; ful tonic, and is: warranted a speedy<< and .I.H'USOXXII.II: .
certain cure for Fever and Ague, Chills

f Mitt as' for them who 'n.' out nil'i. | d.iy, and Fever, Intermittent or Chill Fever DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS

t Ili.1Mluest'1ruu11hrlr\; IIIlI'; 'l::!,'. Periodical, Remittent liiliotis I'Yver Dumb Ague, nuxNII MRASS: FOUNDRY ,
'.' ; II i or Fever and all .1 I
And late at night arc coming lionii1. malarial disorders In niUsmatic districts << '

To cheer the bakes unl'spnuscs: : the rapid pulse, roafed 1 tongue: thirst tau: '
and Notions.KLAGK
1\'IlIitlll1eloII-l: of appetite, pain In the hack Fancy Goods .
I t While"you 1 and L/ >Hill, nn) the deck( and loins, and coldness of the spine and MACIIINK( : SHOP. ,
V
J 4 f
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.Are comfortjioly lyingMy extremities, are only premonitions of

ttlr what til'1I1I1IIl''IIIIIlIIl'Y'f'I.t"." severer symptoms which terminate in the ..rt> '. .
eyes |
Aluiut their licaiN, are lying( and nsnfl'profuse paroxysm perspiration., succeeded by high fever I CASHMERKS! A SI'KCIALTY! : !
V >
6r tiii; ,m ft ns: j""And T. .r.; 11HI'lIY! PiiopHtKTiiit.
very often have we heard I IV It is a startling fact, that quinine) arsenlc {

,'' ,' J t. 'nlcll hre k'f IIt'r. ) nnd I 1+ashs'of and other most poisonous of the Fever minerals and, form'Ague:the t'"'"'I,,_.,I in, iiualUy" :nnd 1 price, und will compare fa\orubly with mnnplcs from other 1 cities.BhirSpeci.il j

( Ily. overturnof carriage*. 'reparations"Sptrlties: ," "Svrups[ : ," and

yr, Hy thieves and tires, in i./ .} "Tonics," in the market. Tho preparations STEAM: EMMNI'H; Sl*(AR MILLS: AND

Wu know what risks: all hold+" although made they from these mineral and poisons, ALL KINDS. OF MILL MACHINERY UooiU; not ill 'took can lie ordered through u thus: aH'cml-
are palatable
JHInli'ii.'I may :: : P.t'iLT! olt l'Ei',11IU'it.Fl ; .
From nohlcmen to tailor+'; break the chill, do not cure, but leave the All
other elulres.
nisi
malarial and their injr A SAVING TO THE CUSTOMER' of Express: : ;:
s own drug poison in ,
'l'h'1'1 1U1I, Jet JI:4 tlmll k..17uv: '
the system, producing iininlsni dizziness
"f..iif1Jy.J.1H"t "Sml\ J err ;\ldt'4! !" ringing in the ears' headache, vertigo, and, :: -(' ..\: :.; WORKMANSIIP! such iinlrrs ciuelully lillod<<1 AT NEW: YOHK PRICES: hy our resident l.uyer.

-V'ltrrrlrr other'disorders moro formidable( than the

... disease they were intended to cure AMI; ',STIIICT, PI-MTI-VUTV n Tilt; Hrr 1 M:. Wa t T. :-Y"DD:
,
AYEK'S Ant'K CriiK thoroughly eradicates I

H.\Nno.n\ .,V Io"rlOU these' noxious )poisons! from the system, Orders, frofn :a distance: will reroivt' careful t 0; If Corner Centre and Second :Streets. A.'r;
mid/
and always' cures the severest cases.: It prompt. attention., / _. 1
\\ / :rt U. contains no quinine, mineral: or any thing ) '
'. 11, I, that could injure) the most delicate patient SHOP : HAY S'f.NFtn'nttM'in'VVRIi.
11. G1 )CERS' SHIP. CHANDLERS I I : :: ; and its crowning excellence, above THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR

Its certainty to
.,;:.;.i\ V {IJI'. LUMIU'.R AXDNAVAL STORKS. system as free from disease as before the i

,,. (. _:, attack. O 1 f) K ("'r <'''py, When ,(lit in clubs O(9'fl) O jQL :JL V IE ONT O j L 33L;: ,
For Liver Complaints, Arm's: AOIBCriu .p + / *) in the price( of the PUILADi-/
,kt, jII lrovi.sIoiiN and
p'! ; .1! ', biliary apparatus,
.'...,l -.' P.OTTOM( ) 1 PRICKS.: which produce the system these to complaints u vigorous: and healthy stimulates ')(\per lit the ropy pHce when) of went the in I'IIII.\IJEI(.III".r tl! ,. it II !J I..I<; wo UK* '* "
; '
i 1'111.Wlml J.\ TIMICH
', 'H" 'I I condition. : one
't' year, to any iiddrewi.

; ,. Iu t Ktoru and to arrive by StcaiiHT "'ltll'luil : directions.Wo warrant It when taken according to .'.' Q 00 I XT copy, to single, Mili'rilier, Ie' l lWKHKLY I.. E. I). ROCKWELL, AGENT Fort I'K NANI IXA.
200 .llaleM: Good Bur ; ;: .-J. the price .r th., 1'1111.1)1:1.1'111.: \
: :: TIMIX; ',
t me ) 'ur, to

: 100, 000.Hlf. 1 ]trick: ; Prepared, by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., unyco.icH nddresM. -- .._ .- -
,
100 Casks lJiU ; I' B i'urSixlnllarsnet\illecndthreerla
,' ,; Practical and Analytical Chemists, .00 | of the rilll.Alir.Ll'UIA: (
100 Ki'KxNaiNj; >WEI.KI.TUIl.: .;s one your, 'to : :
i '' ,.;- 100 UarrclM: KKROSKNK: : OIL, 110 Lowell, Mass. -- any nd
S, ) w ''"', [ lire. proof, 1: ('ti'4.l'l'rw! II'11! nn Ixwirdtrain. BOLD.BY ALL. UUL'UUISTa. EVKnYWllEIUS.. u copy perNon of the endiiii AN.NAIX: nt the 1)\0'\money TllkVA :
---- -- --- -- --
\ U.uhciuitifully illustrated volume LIVER AND KIDNEY .PAD
i. { /I. I.. A,.an'. of HH i)ages, the retail priceof
A large stock of (;iroceriex. 1'rovit'ionM, which U lour Dollars.VK ,

L'rol.'kcrHarlwaTl', Irs hunt M, Furniture, CURES
\ l L'XIinwiTATISOLY CLAIM: Foil THE
Doors IlliniN 1'lunOils ulIll -
\ : SiHi, ; ( Yar 'J '

,; ninliex! I PHILADELPHIA Liver Complaint, Kiduoj Disease, Fever and Ague, Catnrrli,

1'KXTRKMKLY: I/\V t'Oit'CANIi.' Femnle Weakness, Neuralgia, Rhenrantism' Dvp''piA, wide-
.n.'I 4t. ', VI ::lt\' AND) MOARDINO( STAIILKS.::
111.1 WEEKLY TIMES Ache Bilious and Uiscnsu
; Complaints, any niising
I Send orders: at once, or call und exuiuliie ,
r before }purchasing: elsewhere.SAN1JORN CARRIAOKS: :: AND WAONS! : from Disorder of the Stomach or Blood
That It In the fA1tCa'IT, the CHKAl'K.HT:: and
t I ct "U".1. 'J 'J the Itf:' T fuinUy) journal published. Write to im
,. A IIOYT, To and fl'llIIl'Itl'llJIIl'ri'lllllll Trains.'CONTRACTS font f>|>e(>iineii copy und judge for yourself. In Price One aIIar.. Sent by mail on receipt of price
its folunum the reu.lerwill Und ALL Tug NEWS,
Liberal discount Doalern. ,
it. "' .SccgndttFgruaudhla.Flu., t 'f' FOil HAULINO. KTC.: umpJe'lIriety of Kditorinl, Poetry Literary Art- to
: .: .:'.. j IdeM, lories und :SkftcheH. Tales 01 Travel Fashion ) rrNO -.
(iotwip, IlIh'II'W8 with l'rlllllllll'lItI1'1I.1o'1! <;*:<>. IIUUHIX cnuo.. \J.ltlil,
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/ feature cue make pu|>er -- - ----- --- -- -- -'-' --- -- -- --- -
x (CARTS AND WA(!()N4.: The inlHtfllaiiy of Hpiriliid e'ritiIgs, eoveriiiK -
x ; .' \tthir 'i : .< i 11 t s < ; every\urietyaiKl raiiKeol',,ul>jeet nml thought, ,
,' wlllll4.' maintained of old 1 by eoiitrlbutors who \ \ Il1kmtO n f1.1 1S'O)11'iQ .
n \Jt ,r..tTI'OI44I1't.'i:/ : : )
land ut the head of their ApochiUlpn.A .
:f: [oUJ.DIXCHI! ; URACKKTS: SAWKD: AND "i 1..1..1 J.'lItllrt' will he the conk, uatiou of the w. :5t.l 'l ,,-\ ,, 'Q '.
""" IF TURNKI) RALUSTKRS: : \, N1',11'ElM, ,;T.ir' Oflirt\ nnd Stnlilc-Firxt Street dhir "AI; ;l A I." OK) '1'II1:1VAR.' Kraphioally written

1 t HTAIR 'RA1I-H, ,' WOOD KAVKS.TROtHJIIS 11111'111trt'l't:; Wharf. .I'.Mft'Olli by Holiliern, North and South,ilewrlli\eofweiieH
und \'tIuts in Which they look an active part, one Fruit: Tree Zlcscs :Deciduous and
NIIEAI'111NV1AT11EItIiUAII (!I. -- --- -- an Soul-Tropical :, Evcrjrcon
chapter' of \\hieli will upiH'ur III each number.TlicMd .
\ {I)- c' :\ BIU)'I'111IIS': AnnulM have proMM HO valual Hint the
:. IN( AND FLOORUNO. )IMIIIII.I'oillmo containing their first series! him Shrubs aai FlOTrcrlnc: Flnts. .

.x"a ( ..1 .. found an immeiiHu IIIlle.nrmOSE.
't'j ", :- 'YIT't :Pol'\tA : 1 I, ; 1DHY
...... Makes 1:
; NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE
.. .1 ,: Stair sad Church Work / : YKAlt :

:: .i'I An SPECIALTY. One copy, 8'=.(X) 1 Ten eopiiM, &1\,1111:
OOODS: ): STORK:, Ki\e copies, H.OO I| Twenty t. )>li's, 2S.UIAn TREES MADE A SPECIALTY.

4IV i >oO'Rf: AND WINDOW' FRAMKSOF: : cxtrii copy to the Keller, up of u Club
; Till TIMICH.9.Tt :: .
tn' .ALL'SIXlkFcrnandina I II.M I.I: 11\\ xritKKT, -
tj Timed liulWinjc, I'lnludelpliiii.sBiutirr's 11:) Send for Descriptive Catalogue.
:.rye' '(st.omce QIX 1 -&. -- ---- -

t. : jlm-:, Fla.BOUNTY .Jau'kHoln-lllco. riorldii.ORDKRS SAM;:. .'I, U; i IT i. mmvr.M,.
"j- -- ---- --
:r .
*" O ,04\IU'S. and l>y vlrtn6 of an execution issued
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I-I
!"' ,_ UiJlE1t the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Jacisonvill?: Pla.IMH'STItlAl .

ttr Cirouit of Florida, fur NaMmiii J.Nudy on a -- -- -.
judgment therein rendered lit the fall tcrntofsaid 1
r; I ) : :: PROMITLY .ATTKNDKI: (Court in favor of the Ikiard of 1'ubliu I UK!ruction : litcliisE1VURRN. FOK <;<>OD C'l'STOM-MADE

-- .. --- .,.--' of NIIWUIII County, und against ieliu UilliiiKH: administratrix .
II ----7 of the ewtate of \Liberty liillmu, de- : AXD lICn-: :, "
I S. IU'I'Zla'OI.I.I.n.tl.I'K (nHd, snit to me directed 1 have levied upon 1001':4
+ tout will oiler for wile to the highest bidder, before 1 ii. ('O NI). PI''KOI'UIKTfiK.
Ij
the Court-llouw aI'lI.r.llt Feriiundinti. on the Unit .
of IviU being the lll'lh day of
Monday January (
tt / UNDERTAKER: :, I :-;() \'lI.I.I'.:, 10'1.\. wild mouth within the legal liourxofwiloiMi Mild :t
day, the following dexcribt real estate,or nil theright
r1 FERXAXDiXA: ) FLA. r at t title and interest of the Maid estate of 1 jl>- Whop: | ititated.'t: minutes' walk wot: of 1)"I'"t, .
,
erty Hilliiif flecciuMMl, therein,' via: 1./.. 7, HumlV ,\ '
/.. Jlluck :Silk; !90 c., warranted all ilk. in itloek No. :31 ; !site. 1,7 and M in husk :U: ; 'KSXVILLK( 1.'I.OHlU.\.
1 CyItautly illl hand. .. I.oU 10 and I I2in: Hh)('" 11 ; lode, 4aud.in: Hloek .
. j" The "\-ot: $1.1N1( .Iilk I In' the P. K / :7; ltd i. KloekTT: Lots 3, rip 7 IUI.I H In lllo-k,:!IS ; rl
) lET.1, 141j! IIlrnl.14 (' .\ S K S. ltd 1.1 llWlc M; ; Ixjt 3. lUock 1 U': I.oU 1luteIRtII mi5111 1 :\Sl"\\1't' .n UKjiit
" e :Summer :Silks; at :"io c., CM o ('. ; hot 7" 'ts.Mattinx ., is K, 9. 19, JO aixl 32. HIOl'k' ..
.-1'\ 11"\ 3. 1, :5, 0, lllo'k :31 ; Lots t, :\ Iti.a'k :a-J; lx>ts li',;t,
';\. j' \ > \ .., iWOOD rOFFJNS" at lie.1 : ; fancy ;at -. c.NKI -t.i: u. 7. H. 1), 10. II,1'2.13,14.: 3.. ;1)'. 31, Ulook No. x AXH muss I'.IsTIN(1N; \,
.. V>-all in the City of FernandmH NH.SMHII County,
.' IiI 1GL4iit/kM1,11'nbtlit'ulitj, i o'tfier uiwel!*.' ) 1i1 u' l"ulIl'1uit"lIt'/ : # tii; *,'!. '. Mute of Florida, or >it) much of said ral entute its IKON: KUOXTS AXD 'I'SI1':
; will l.e neeessitl'y to natlwfy said jndKinenl.
Money ft'fulIl..IIt'! l not "utl..rad.'r. '. [2l'if! 1'1'1'11111 e.ir.h purcluiM-rn IHI>'in>; for till....
M ITutIcOrhtktOr" Goods. I-.nK: CONK, Sheriff. Fur Dwelling; and
)11\'C1II11' and" :other: ; Emhlcm.:;. ::, :Shnmd'+, and / nr. AKTiuru (>ronn.. I The Ferniindinu.ul>o\e xiile Nov.has 2l I,ct'u IMTU.tsistis| iied until Monday ali have the larjrvot worincnt of 3IAailXKUY j

Ubes. the 2d d.iy of February tnso.I'lrfKIt VAUTKUXS; in the State, and -4iQ TI-

r KNTIST: :; I : CHXU MienflT. fan till me"t any order Without i,artics i ay.insr .
DONE.:
i EMUAIJ4IXJlk : D 5th IHMI.
Junnu.iry JOHN MAOKKNZIF.'S.::
for the extra expense of iiattrnis.My .
>dieHexliunie IIIIIU.U4.'drOIHar', latest improved tads which enables my Sign of the (I sLiIEY SIIoFM1'11wS

,FpltNE1Li\(LS uttJIt'(1! t./, I .14t11I Hi .',: >\.\); ) .\I1-'r.\) rill(! wtlrkll\l'n to turn out work with the greatest
k' Onlers l br mall or, tflt',;rapli\ will receive __ .__ I 'TIll1t1l..nll1'p ottent for wUe ten Here of hand declutch: and at the lowest. rash price.AKent !, STORK ON CKNTRK: STRKKT! ,
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prompt attention.X *\')' County, Flu., between Ar- f..r tho W.\'fJ ln'O\\'X STEM
that I am << >d to hi h I ntlonduund liroimoii, on the Atlantic, (lulf and near U. R. DvpotTtf ,
rRememher :
,
opKit| tuniWi their KX5IXKS
: KXCIXK: ( 0. und
.,. 1111. B.C., : 1)1111'1:1 eau
::
'I'llhlllroI )
I I \\>*t India Transit llailroud. The 1,11I.11111111 i Fcrnandiiu, Fla.BE .
'prices.OFFIC. ( : BOILERS and SA\V-.MILlSut the
tt under good lenee, und lui* U comfort- ,
;':'IS Siswms''*'U \VvTH 't Jr.H !STOKK: I EXERAI.: : TOMMISSIOX MERCIIAXT: : I i liU> (ViHii* hoiiM .Tln-1* sire M |MtiCb tre<-the very Hhnrtest imticc.AUi. << ... ---- -or .._

janl SELXM' > STKEKT.j (.J: 1'een-to und the 1 bury. I'each ; TJ3: grape %'lneN.'uiwrnoni JUDSUX'S) rKLKURATED: STKAJIUVKUXI)1W : IT UUUAIXEU; by the ('UUIIII01Coullt'll
.,r ___ ____ ..;.t, .._ _-_-..-----_ _._ _-.J.: ....., C"snt; Sr., NKVU R. R.I lhI.'r I I { and ( ..I" rtll 7;} orange tree t to 3 < ) : and K oWUS': STKASI of the City of Fernandinu:
).carrs of age. ; 1""l a Urge variety! of valuable l'lau'S'pt con:;tuntly im Lund, and w'\ld MccTlosi I.... That no \"-'1'11..1"haU be buried .
", orllll"I'lItlll..hrl1"ll4."r1. within the luaiu of this ,
MANSION, HOUSE, I It \tI::: tJ11;.\. ",* I >j.IU : IJ 1r..1 I ThU l'rol'l'rl hi iu u healthy and fruitful .ituution. at Manuuu-turtr; prux's! freight added. in wrilina! by the Cjty:city rh mihout>M>ian or a Til permitkilned the .4
I IIlaj UKtJ. HUUl HIIJI-:; lr further information l'rite Lt-ts! : Catal.nrues. alwnceof uch phynlrian by the Mayor of the
t: / FEUNANDLXA't1 FL01UDA. ', Corn, Oat, 47-tf Mirror office, 1..t'rlllm'JiIll1..J0114 ('1\'., addn-x F. It. roxn, City .
1't( .- -- I' O. Fox ;t0). Jacksonville! Fla. htc. Sn l. The application) for such penult Uiall
ti:4: M. V\rIIDC!>W'NIE. t t :\ ; to Di'blurH and (Creditor -- -- ---. ---- be in writing, and state the name age, Hex:, and
place of rvMdence of the deceased
FOK 1ti:\' '. | 'VT OT&CIIII hereby given that on the TtU of {'i\nti: STREET ," ...IX.atlIn \'. EC. 3. The permit stroll be given peraou.
by wild
AXU i i1T of admiuwtrutioiiere piv.|
/-\HIEU. NKATNESi COMf'ORTtn _.L beptember. l"7a, letter .
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C .:\'EIL11NICE: : : R KMS FOR RKNT: ,t Kcanteti to the\ undersigned he wits duly M utiiorMaor.frrtiryiuruptNi. said application \

/ aJ-JUwarkttUe.. attention inven to the I[L'uidne low in the CITY MART, corner of Centre ': <{U linetl an u.lml"I-.Ir.ttor of the estate of Charlen. F. A, MEDUAUtJH; u buidir corrwtly. ut,as and possible itnwting the cotue the of place the of death of
of)Naaxau (Therefore burial
.
.f and 'l'hir.1tr't'h.:; Ji. llovldeceaMtU county. and tiling
I The Arched Drawing Uooimt and Hall CUlltol'r..tI. ,all pt.'l'aIo.-hl'in,t'n..UlonlIlId other*-ha vIIIK such pfnuit with the Clerk of the city
i I t..I< il t-Hi 't I AU, the heo>nd story ul",)' Mej r1, Sytlell; claim of any nature b'II"\'r against thee has: cou>tautly: on lund a film, election vf iu who book ball v UUM., the mme to be at once retarded

vatory have H quiet cletpinee that pleases "ormftii (t Hn ., ironer A>h mat; Third Streets.M. .iule uf the ilevwtid) Mil present tbeui, duly .tlie newest styles, in UUti.AN: : D :SIIADK: f a fX.. 4. Any to be and kept: all fop that puapnce omcia'linif
DOWNKY.: l authenlieated. within two years lrou the publication :\1i.ami Children peraou at the
HATS for Ladies burial
of
;
: The ;& ..ier t the true .... will be barrvd and any person buried contrary to the
'lour'M- JimNs- ,.u. ; :32-t( In the City Mart, all persons of tiu ltuUble.1 lIuti. to or said they estate are requestedto R1UUONS, L.CJSlW? FJLOWK1W ; tLlill, jwomof this >rduiuia.or any |ir on eertity pro,
) 'to lutuuue (Jeuts' and )Hoys' late of finest quality &r. or granting a past for burial in
'of Major F.- V. BCHBEH. *o| *** retain nuke imyuienl. 1.0111111.-t
"
: OX'le.-Thf.re will! be ft'IlUII1P''rtIll. "with or contrary to u \'iaiuus
-( ; 'r-\S 8 FUEUV, IIOYT. pn shall be liable
.... \ i.'liuli of Amelia No 47, F..k i CALL AND RXAMINK, to a t1of cwt I... tmu! tl'lI.
by the $ vtt uu&ll A,_ 1 Ridge. I 59taw w dwb.i.trrlur. oriVesideul snore than/ filly
gin __ ... .. dollars.
A. M., on MoiuUy evrninjr. January 9Uh. at ?!{ a Mrs. M. is agent; for the 'Domestic I'erfcetfitting 'r K'UI'.
t ., i. 'fUE ()LUk.11'Olt1T.'i o'cluek.bup. Traiuaent brethren are fraternal* I ,, l'm\"I\ ., In fverv style and at Pattern. Nn .one "li ly invited to attend W. F. t+t'U rrV.. M. Jou
II I'i;=::-a feUHKEIt, Ag*It. Jumr A, WHlTlixv.8eeI't'tary. Lowest rateii, at the tt1ERUa oltk. tf (CHL. A>UFL., Acting City Clerk

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