Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\, THE GEOHGIA 11AILUOAD MUD- reform, a meritorious\ public *,>fllocr being Indiana and try to m-ure them a.* passengers : l'ulllIO.01'lS, I\llmr Light Infantry ar cxjecteil to aid '\, ( .,

t J JJLI f advanced: to the highest t diplomatic gradefor hack OUT the Baltimore und Ohio litll'!'. I I 11 ti'llill t tho defence of t tho capital. The

1 Rumors have been in circulation; to the good service rendered in a lower position.Mr. Another dispatch: re-ads as follows ; I Alyrria.[ -\\\' must not 1H'dl'l.t1't' I't, t that I ; I:(' scare is complete, llumors of it"j

::1,> effect that the recent negociations culminating Fairchild's transfer from the ConmiGeneralship ATLANTA, January 21.-'I'WIIIII'U engaged; I dark and mysterious: continent, in our Foreign I at immense the cull numbers of Governor!! of men'ready to circulated advance '
without license, in enticing the of Notes und such would be are
; in the Hrown-Wadley-Cole contract negroes/ / ; neglect the
; at Paris to the of Ambassador freely. All t lie armories under ti&triI.
: jmst! Ga., to to are i'I '
Morgan county Mississippi,
!,1t; were instituted for the purpose} of pr"clltilf.J at Madrid i i'* another instance: of deserved were urre-ste-d! tel-cllIY and gn lined :tfl.nl: and more reprehensible, :since Ironi certain )"ortlons I The Republicans atllnn their intention to :

ing the friends of the Central road from bid. promotion ; and it ,i." supposed. that costs: under the stringent :state law against; of! the continent the darkm-s: and (the I holt the Irt and if they find it necessary I""

ding on tho Macon! mid Brunswick \lease ; Minister Foster now sent from )Mexico to :such practices.GOVEUSOH. mysteiy: are rapidly' disappearing before theadvaming (to ric-s of on tlt(' President: for trollThl se ..
question.: proposed! the :<
"f : I, and that the lyouisvillc and Nashville road I ; 1IlIt..r' knowie-dge. I 1"I IIH ,
St. Petersburg!!, will make a creditable I legislature: to. ho !submitted to the Supreme;
:\' I is the! real purchaser of that lease. The III American in Russia, althoughhis inn\\\ : Algeria 1 whioh French writer now :speak (Court und live in number, und are as follows '
representative: :
vannah Aerie* !says editorially : / .\ correspondent of tlic
Under all the circumstances it would not : :special< qualification or services are not } that Governor Drew has never appointed made great progress: III eniication 'luring the I"mi'stVai tho l.ralli1llol II! the Senate;
I curb Ito him in the rank with and I
:same ( Secretary
til -
I be) at all astonishing! if (\Kmel Cole effects the other who have receivednominations. } a :single Itc'puhlicun to a State otlicc, last: ten years, as regards' II... entire l-Juro|>eanloinilution ('1.tion, t tho lirst I'r"ih'nt 11.1 in January -
gentlemen just 01
:: an arrangement with the Cincinnati Southlv und the l\itriut whoe-s the and advises We.hl'ly
cry 1 now nuinhciing KHl),<,K."o sculls 1S.SO), its set forth in statement -
which that road will P. Marsh of Vermont
;: form a combination George ,
tx the correspondent to m'est easy, our t time i Victor I Hugo, who is commonly regarded us of facts und us appears by the recordtimt'remmt'
,i,' with the SUite and Central lines.: Bv such famous scholar as: wcllll.'l'l'tl'run -s-tute-Mnan and in accordance
:& un arrangement Colonel Cole could yetI ,u III come again, then tit for tat." 1 the greatest/ name in the French literature III'our legal, with thuconstitution
great authority in Knglish: literature and anti law of I the state?
maintain his)! position! as u railroad king, in However the farts may be, it :seems proper tin)', speaks with enthusiasm m it' Northern .1 Was the organization of t the I Hou.e
departments of knowledge still H"I'CIIi
and the Cincinnati Southern many \ : :
- now cut offfrom to inquire whether Governor I Drew, or anyone ,\II' l'I, us French, and :serins to anticipate of and the election of speaker '
the sea, could secure the best: outlet for I reflects honor on our country at Uomo, having I! I Hl'lrl'\'ntat\. .
for him entered into of t on th first
( Wednesday
its pledges any\ 1'111'1.with the time a* not being far distant I
western: producc on the South Atlantic1 "lIl'l
beeniiiliastttlor! in Italy for nearly in January 1 180, as set forth in the t foregoing
c'oa't.! ,witho14t having to build an ulI.litiollalmile' a view to the control of votes from the I :shall have the prctlomiii.mci
and It"I..UIII''lll'l statement of and as sot forth by
twenty probably having no desire: fltt
years '
4 rroml. :All reports agree that Cole is respectable: { element of the Republican I'al'tr.to : in that \'must t region. It is (" 'I'tllil that the legal, und in accordance with r'urtIh'rlt time
I for what i N
determined to do something in th ;nature. l'ul1l'lllliplomntll' promotion. the effect that lines would I I be i I .
of avenging himself for the treatment be party ignored ;i go\crnment of France, I less occupied I I imiqiit.lemitly 'oll..tiltilllln.llaw!?. ,#-
in the distribution of t the :state patronage. with ( tl.I", (' of ,( who! ? bailtheir .
I J international : 'Im.
has: received( and this: combination may be MUTUAL OBLIGATIONS.The ijiu-stions: II politics the l.th of
the result! of !such determination. 'I If'Iudl/ pledges; were made or implied', then ( : is giving of late to the meeting 11 tll' evening Ir
1 business! men of a community are expected r".lt 111Itiol .IIIUnr1" set 1 ) I in the I statement
4 The Nashville\ people are very Indignant; I to take the lead( in enterprises of general Governor Drew if the. statement that he ('xtl'I.11 of French C'"mllll'l''' und French ot t facts: C'Olj'tl'lt. ut t i ? andunder

at the action of the directors in selling out utility, and to make it manifest: that never appointed any Republican to oflice be :j I: interests( by sending out hew colonies ami I the ( I stated, to organize
true has failed to fullill tlll'IIIIIII,1 there I is ,: t tH Senate 11"lllu..e I of of
Cilniiel)1e and of the stock by strengthening those: H"lr11'ltntv'I
majority tostrangers. I :
a they are energetic men in promotingthe\ I, Ilrt'ld.t' lal.Ii"I"1 : ', und. )
. : !! It i is reported in Nashville that public good us \\ell a* in advancing. their ground for such complaint ; but I if none W'I'I'I In .Algeria (be 11':111:0111 tho aid and stimulus t und I were they I legal ly (Irjltlze II'J1"laluf' IJ4

the purchasers: of the !stock bought it with I I I personal!! interests.: I It i is: ex pen-ted, indeed, made-, and if the better class: of Kcpuhlicantvoted I I gln'l to ('Ihll..lttl 11'1' encouraging 11111'.lti..IIlof' Mich, und do they constitute the I il- \
for Drew) voluntarily and on principle I hat mire, under I the ( and. laws of '
: There live hundred 'UlltitUtll
: that Colonel Vlllc''on towns,
\inderstanding' : I that they will act (ill "business: principles\ 11'1' this State.
tract with the (Jl'or Central and Governor and because they could not vote fur I the Ullages: and by :
'i and( not be rush: headstrong! philanthropists ; h\lll1 11"'lli"t 1:11\11'UI Fourth. 1(the Senate, that was organized
,: 1trovii'I.'Ilt with the control of the road, I but it is expected, also, that u genuine public Republican candidate, :such complaints, although colonists, mostly' 111' IIUIh'I.1Hlltl on the first Wednesday in INSi'), in th,' man-

f und that not being the case there I is a hesitation I spirit !shall control them, and that, being not coming from them, should beby iifty QhooN have bl'l'l c.sUbli.shcd, IIwli'h'gltultlJ4 1\'r1 forth in time I foregoing statement of
them di.scoiintcnuncc'd und repudiated.' l ll: vas not legally I organized, Is t I hit body
J to complete the trllll('. supposed to have more ready money than iU-llldill: is giu-n (to 7l'MI ,- 1 convention ot by or t through

,,') A Louisville: I Courier-Jinirmil reporter I has I other people1 a fair portion of it will be put It Ls not u emotion: of "proscripthe partisan' ( pupil. There is: u school 1 for everyHOof which t the HIIHIII Hl'IIUtO-.c 11.ur 111 bo or nlhwt.I .

; bad an interview with Dr. Stundiford, President .. in circulation for public uses.: : And, ordinarily }policy us the correspondent ot'the X 111I undI'IVM the 1' lrlll'll population, ami one teacher that )body' having adjourned; from day today

r 4" /of the Louisville and Nashville road it can be asserted with truth that our, e'ulls it, but whether Governor Drew) at I least for" every' liii)' scum iturs! J In Franco, to from said Wednesday? of JUllur"i; 1 .' '' ,,

I "'. the substance of which i is as follows : Thereis business mt'n. in American towns and villages ,,'wlJilld to appoint Itcpuhluans: tu olIKv there I is I school for eve ry ;1:0!<> inhabitants.. tit present, If the till House lt' 1 Representatives

I truth in the that the Gould or not. The assign the or tho Wednesday! in January
Ill) rumor / respond! to the public expectation concerning general laljI III'cthl'nti"1 allil''Illl -
\ clique has a controling interest! in the stock them. .t J.'IAJllllJ.t'l-1l1.\'CI:, Nl'l'olllllk 11111Jt the dih'crciit nations to 1 l.s so 111 the miiiinor set forth in the foregoing
:statement of facts
of that road, nor in the rumor that the road It is u fair question to n"k. How are they Our parrel'' has be'cn camping on'histoYiculground .\lgl'li"! s.) f.trus: rcpcct.s )r' I.lr11<"" tiuit. is t that body IH'III\'nt""Ilf, was not legallyorguiiicd mein- '

hud purchased a "short line. The road bus)! treated general by the local communities! lor u month past-lIle l.ldll1ml /H J''Ij'/, (lie Il'W ministry: is undeniably boisof the House of H'l'r'I (' (' :

made a contract for n line of steamers from which urge such claims upon merchants und place, a large plantation' settled t I I by I l'I'IIII'C I intent on peaceIt is to no purpose that by or through; which the House of Representatives -
Achille Mural, a son of al'oll'oll'/I' gie.atGeneral must ",' organized, that
Mobile or l'en l\'ola to Key West: and Havana other dealers 1,1or
? Or, to take a narrower view .so11ic journal.maliciously I
this al body
who came to country alter I the Illi-Hl'llbl having'iKJjourncd frol day to day
and probably to Vera Cruz The desire of matters! : Does the Fcrnandiuu public encourage downfall of Mupolc-on. The I i'nnee elictt I insist upon fact: tuiit ; t', GambeUti I is (from 1'ahllllt Wodne-sday. } of Junuury, '1MNJto '/i

of the President U: to retain Col. Cole as and :sustain its commercial und mer about thirty years: ago his wife .stimuli making : study of wlr. us if he \\ere prc- 1 the Irl''lt till.. \
\ President of the Nashville and Chattanoogaroad. him about :l'Xt"l'l1"l'III'1'I.. After her deaL i A was passed: In the Uepublicun -
: e-untile houses to un extent that shows a 1 taring to rl'lh'tlw with ( '
time lacu illto'tlte hands of Mr. Frank 11.lrll ierniaiiy House, Investigate
; ]> passed: appointing ('ollith' to
\ There has been no meeting of the di- proper spirit of reciprocity towards: a class llappy' th* present owner, '1 he-re are si ill at un early day j lOuropu: i is I not alarmed 1 und whether any 11'IIW4Ure 1 Ulllwful.( II

nt-tors of the N. Jt:: C. road. (Col. Cole was citi/ens upon I whom the claim is laid that on time place three old colored men, former Franco is nob greatly moveil, whatever maybe I ly enrolling Illl'nl"tllJt men,

to have a conference with the L. &. N. menon they chiefly .shall build up und establish: the servantsmof lie 'IIlI'.1t One of t them is ** (1llh'I1 '"-great i*<)piilar A Huston : that fl'l1 are en
year ule''; I1l10tlll'r over M), and i I'licle i William I- ttlril'llIll" I h'I'lnhlt I I of riots should I tho at I Iii-
Monday. prosperity of the place? leader as he undoubtedly i it :
Hughes!, mmeiI 711. He: was I the Prince's. to-day. di"II''et.!! Ditvls will not issue: hi.
>A Louisville special, to tho Cincinnati Enquirer One merchant bus been heard to say that !nutty I'l'rnllat. and crossed (tie ocean wun :ir. Freycinet, the hl'llo of the ministry, :
says that Cole has been mollified by business! his line I is seriously l a licet cd and him six<< tunes llq talks French Itucnlly ill famous engineer:; for hunii ) ('al administrator is (' huu:
Victor Newcomb of the L. it N. road whois crippled by the number of orders sent by lUitt( has many uneitlotus to tell of the manner of all the railways in Southern ford has to thelFusion Trejisurer, $12.'f.. M
in which hiM old master used to entertuin 1"11'1111 tuxes collected.
a kinsman of Cole and that arrangements private parties! to New York and other France, possessing romarkublo tuh-nts i
the rich pluntcis of the \icimly. fie us apersuasive Another I Itoston I 1l mii'imih says : Three m companies i t 1\\
\ havc'bcen made by which Cole can unload citie-s, and that such orders are for goods said it wus no unusual thing lor seventy- orator, and yet believing in u-ark of triMips and Ontllj gun garrison b

his $100,000 of stock and remain presidentof which he would furni.sh ut the prices ruling live to one hundrc'd (carriage's to be ut the us I that which shall best de\eloj> und enrich hue Hlllt 10uslI. \ Itcpuhlicuns :. ,r,
place at 11111'('. On such occasions thegroundswere meet t there will I he us little showof
the N. & C. roud. The idea that Cole
in his
those markets-thus saving to families country. His addressed to
always brilliantly illuminuu-d und! programme arms as possible: and t the soldiers will bo 7
will combine with Brown in a trade with here the cost: of expressing: and other charge's. champagne flowed trom perpetu.il I hUIII tlllllol. t the nation, und I first announced in the legislature kept in the back grounds The Ih'puLI111 i I

the Cincinnati Southern; scouted.( The N. Ht\'ralll'Il'r1'l! it i 1'1 represented in a like The resilience which i i'l'I')' old, was lunlt I ', coinprchciul.su! vast system) of fed well braced up this.& UIII, \ ,

it: C.: people claim that they can prevent position, und arc prepared to make !similar of frame, und 1\IIIII'Ih\WI' the* handiwork of ilIVl'II'lhl by mc-ans iul'caimali ulII Ilhlll generally urging t the ( : skilful is.imis. lime house has been rai- Hull Le-gisluturo. 1
: ttm't unoccupied Kvery military t
this by holding the building of the Georgia olli.'!'!'. These specific' instance's are nium-d I for several 'I'III'1'1-lt-ft for spiders towouvo roads; und thl.'ll'art of his plans alone" uvmul.lst'i'ImL In \lnhll'l is under arms. (Captain Black company, of \ I'

. Western: 1111rrrdrrm over them, thus destroying : ('imply to start the inquiry in a more direct their wehs and hornets to build their to bind him tope-aco, fortheexicutionotit I the II' illl.lut, says limit ul II'akllt: to bo

the monopoly of the We.stern and Atlantic und palpable shape) ; ,.&re active businessmen: ne-sts In. The style is old-hall through t the will I require many yours! quiet, I fncessuiitlahor urr'I..1 Gould, ( legal adviser to t.

und opening up new coal fields in competition propl'rlY"\1..tI1 1I41 among us by local patronage centre, parlors on each side coiinc'ctcu with in tho l't of France. I I.'u"iol government characterizes the ,('t.'f,!
back rooms by bliding doors. Our party occupied dlli.'rc'lIt 11'lartllut. 11I1\111 of us u und us ,
with those: owned i by the le:<:"l'l'!< of and thereby' enabled: to take the 1 the west side of the house i'hepar 1 Laws relative to I'l i. ,. -which ",I tr'MIIP I to I 1.tl''llrll. 1 n.t advantage ., '

that road It: i is believed that Cole will give strong, hold of important improvements demanded lor tilll'olltaille.ll'l'\'ral pieces of what was: I hour with severity on (tho Jstiit
up all idea of opposition and that Brown at their hands? once elegant damask furniture, relics of the I have already ixixscd I the Chamber of 1 I Depilties blunder yet IIIU'II' by the Ke-pnblicuns.( Tit. I,
will surrender reign of the iI muraLs. The place bus gone to FusIonUt Ix-gisluttm' II.t with dimlnlbhcdnumbers.
at rIll''l'r)' fust: tor several years, but tne yuidshows the new government will I ufgc IIH'1 time Speaker Tulhott told I reporter
q Advices! ; from Atlanta: sqnar.-ly contradict! TIlE TRUE IXWAltDXESS OF' THE evidence ot' time taste: dispjaye-d by tile approval of the Senate; and I they also recommend that I his house needed prul.'tlIl more thanthe
these report, and ullir.n that t the Georgia owners! in the arrangement of the Ii.buvl'r IlIl'II.'ur1 to extend and improve primary t I I Republicans.. TIl show signs
Western franchise: wus held by the mayor of comes! to light, in the course! of the Investigation beds, ('t('. It was cosy! to see the traces .ml' eilucation. themselves of ncrvointncss over Htltl affairs. Should the
They to
now being conducted ,by the senate heels in the shape of burps, diamonds und 1 11..I I' Fusion Legislature go to Icdelilr.llt Is like
that city\ and was sold to tlu' I.. it N. only purge ( public service I to find the tim of
committee concerning the ('OIOrl'lll'XO- hearts. There were still /'I'ultt't'llu\'l'r the tl ot incompetent nut) ly ; HITS !iY 111 I may en
on condition that the rou I w.nild bo built yard choice plants and llowvrs including unti-Ucpuhlicun olliciuls ; to complete gageguarded by ,"11 ('I. Ni fooling mmmi)"

at once, and unless this con liliull is complied dus, that neither Republican nor Democrats several varieties of ,roscs now in bloom. of the te establish the tlol'glililut.J' longer Is the Ilcpubllcan talk to-day. Thu
with the will withhold, the ure wholly responsible! for the emigration There are in front'' Ol the IIIIUoIC'I'\'rallill") army) ; State House is ('ln\rt'I11nto a sort of burrucks -
mayor uf"the'cldu und improvident I blacks shade\ trees: including magnolia;: live ami /ll'rt)' of the* .reM. while- rttrlllhll its stoves have 'been set tin In the cellar
franchise. Col. Cole is alfO reported a-i saying red oak, and hickory also crape myrtleand 1"l'ltluu"II-; topr"II'.1 hlWI securingto to cook rations of l eef, etc., for the sohhicr's.'flue .
from their comfortable homes III the South
that under no circumstances, would heremain cape jessamine. The; house situated on u t the people tho right peaceably assembling Governor strongly urged ut Oll'l' to .
with the L. it: N. roa.!. .\ rumor to the"bl.uknQI.' : discomfort t'xllC''lIrl', disease knoll about two miles from anil in'i('\\' of at their will. disperse the ,Ulllol. Hull IA'gllJatur ami'!
; starvation und death which awaits: the capitol. 1.1..111( but whether acts 'until
from Cincinnati that Cole will be
suggests the first of
them in the North und Vest but The next week U doubtful. Sunday .
; that the foregoing;: extract from a letter in the
. offered the presidency ,of the Cincinnati Till!: LALEST FJIOM MAIXK night; the Htute tromps will all lie under lrJ> '
fault lies! in a great measure: with certain Cincinnati fj is
Southern und that a close coalition will bo Fusion '(; denies Il'l"lhICI lutllrtl'I\'l'rt thert '
made between that road, the Western und railroad companies, which in their greed fir and as It has been extensively copied, it maybe J.UIJUI\that bo .II-'JU lUl' \r ll'r J\'crtwr culling out- I wlr tll rl"IMtliJllty Ipfl til

Atlantic and the 'Georgia Central. I business, have largely induced the removal well to give the proper corrections. The"Mu troops. He ik'elurcs 1 tho I re-jiort a h Republican f"iisIiummIsti.'.. . ._ u
:; of'"lollIt 1 of the negroes from their homes! to the far ( rut Place," as it is familiarly called 1 in ill\'c'lti'l tu throw discredit. ftpoii him ; that A ints committee.''"lolltlt-met uull In union laU, '
from Lotus
News St.
:: depicts u, feeling do not $ WI | to propurc
\ disappointment and I chagrin ut the West. .\ Washington dispatch of the 21th the neighborhood/; jI! first into the bunds they propose to resort to und arm ammu, although memorial to nt fll"lllh'Cl the -H-ople. of

upshot! of the Wadley combination. inst.! say's j* of ex-Governor.1>. Bloxhum, who owned Iltiuhu'o lulJltalltillulcrll"l hl'CI IIHlle fr"lollt 111 of thit' Htatl'. the tutu Unite.1 StoIcs, setting forth the fudl of

The senate committee on the colored cxodus -, it for /some' time before it In-cume t the property ltd lie'citatj'tj Frank Hill, of the FusionHOIIH whole affair, A communication from
The L. fi N road has office in
opened an
< I examined J. I' Dukchurt, the southernagent : *, suy that State Treasurer, Charles A. tlc Xllllll KxccntivcCommmittccof; New ,
of Mr. Frank
Macon, (in., und thin gives rise to a mspicion I ; of the Baltimore und Ohio Kail road B. Pupy ((1II1t" llappy, White, Hill, within forty-eight Hampshire was received, ndvlslng the Fuhionists '

that the rumor of its connection with the | Company lie testified: that he made. several as the (]" """\has it), now the General Freight paying money to Fusion. Il"11wrl huuI'l'.dl\ need to stand llrm, and if nci-d l ltC to :'f\ '' .

recent purchasers of the Mucon und Brunswick visit to North ('arulilllill the interest of Agent of the Transit Huilro. The rich of funds. White- Mill I not give up the oltlcc tight for their rlxbu.Tltf .

correct. this company to k-ctire as large u share as old furniture which the Jmtlfc' correspondent I- 01'rcUurcr. to which heW rC-'ll,(.t'lIII)'
lease wer ( possible' of the, exodiu travel and cn"ectedarrangements Fu.sionists, to the Ht'i"IIiul 'n'I1lr'r. 1'',, ('111101 a* JmJf/rd by :
I found in the old mansion was some that \l 1
Cincinnati of his
The Enquirer Friday says with local promoters of the Hulml.k. wtio Wi. t'I't11: J yontcnluy. onlJrdrI. "
pithily : The' Iriunii card has not yet beenplayed. movement to which the! Baltimore and Ohio I )Ir. Pupy had rcmovi-d tlll'n' frolll his city 'rt'l'uT'r 'Vhm ite's urontrong Fuhioiii Two remarkable work have ju-t up|>earcdin f

Wait)!" The inference is that the road obtained the transportation of all the' residence a few y-ars ago: when he took i 11/.sHcssion 'ts, and it Ls said will back him UJI| in KuroM: | >, not yet fully reptihllxhcd in this '
colored who have from North the FusioninU. Thu commbtnionsof
people gone paying
Cincinnati Southern will secure the l II'nefiti Carolina to Indiana ut reduced rates. In all of the place. The old furniture belonging (O''l'rllr "lIIih'l staff In-ur the seat of country, whnt will throw a t.M of light

of the Brown-Cole-Wudley bargain, with these arrangements, the company ugrc-c-d to to the Murut( family was widely the State 'ht 1..101 1"Jtfutun' met with ull/l| thediuracter of thut prodigy of talent

Cole as I'resident.OUJtFOllEIGXAMUASS.4D01lS.tXIi. 'pay K.: Taylor Kvuns: l. of Goldsboro", a colored scattered long In-fore this time, having III uiidiniinUhctl numbers, 1/1 dil'uI>'C1 the ami monstrosity in morals, (time lint Nuj.. '
man who worked up emigration, a come the projHTty of friends of the family propriety of removing to Biddeford or Portland icon
drawback of one dollar |Jtl'r head for each The propriety of abandoning st'lmu.rate -
who received and the I l'
full fare pnsenger and fifty cent for each pri-xervcil KIIIK, I organisation ; and going into the State The 1'uli. by [\llalu do Itenuuat, I
CIVIL SElL riCE UEFOUM.The I half ticket Hold. This was a well-known with many urtic-h-s of plate, etc., aft U"U> l.cgl'uhmture was advocated bv 1\'N'ill womal of I"IIt fUlly who formed 1 ole of ,

State Department Washington has standing inducement held out by himself: mementoes. A portion of the furniture-'- 1IIII1.. Govt-nior Hmll It tlc'IriIJI! of i the court of t thl Kmpreiw: Jonfphine, und who
who I and! the agents of c-omi>ctiiig roads to get some place the iiiei-tlng of
at last discovered competent gentlemen longing to the house, and contained III it II\'il lias given th volume
like Kvans; and the Fuition i Mill / now published,
men Perry Williams to getliii l. >llatlru undisturtx-d,
are willing to accept the leading diplomatic us large an Immigration as, ]>ossible.Kvans when Governor Bloxhum hreaine. its ownris and I 1IIl1 that
appointments at the principal European : told witness he commcncfd working now in hLs |MM'>sew
( Jllrtl. The country has not apitcm: JUUIlUli ago, by means JA.NUAUVTlif FnsionUt Treasurer lay' tand (first in for
of mass meeting" secret societies I etcWhile White began paying the Fusion hUIIrtn(' $jiungent,
minister at London and
suffer with Ill) TAMM\ nut.- bus l isued an addrcos htu Im'I1.I
and .
I in North Carolina he had wen many circulars The ItcpuhlicuiiH talk of using to nub- go.uti3iiy Ill.tul. Buttheoccountvf liEs
at $t. PcUsrsburgb. and !it i U not probable the! Democracy of the UnitcsJ State*" setting f'n" '
none ; which asserted that colon IcojIeWIIUIiI due Mr. Wltf. and if the re Mute own till'willi we now: receive from the
that a very lively interest will be felt in find plenty of work at wages! from forth the causes! of the Ute split III the party funds dcpofited Mill not nut-mil to the of Prini'u Mtttvrnich II ,U a work

the two nominations which the Presidt-nt one dollar to one fifty jr tlU)'. Perry and In New York, denouncing Tildc-n and lt<>)>- Republican authority they threaten tJ comiiunov of J"'I far higher lljl
Williams also circulated that Irlll'r ,
has made to the Senate. They any, I rejiorU emigrants bin.son, uiul claiming the complete diver.throw 1'prlpr.t'lllb' The .'U'II1 Ix-g- "
jut on reaching Washington, would beprovided i lature again l1 d the question ofthrowing For fifty )years a I"Jltdau l I Mtatesinai,
however of fcuch excellence as to deserve with hew cloth** and transjiortation of the 'J'1I11('" (faction The sconcliuU4 up the pine and disbanding Aprojtosition i It no t-xugcration to that Prince, M ti. .

general commendation! j particularly! } ; JtheL to Indiana and Kansas. The circulars as follow*j "'rumuwlI) Hall I ))eUI'r..b to nui/init willtolal point to e-rule, the Prime Minister nay of Austria
included what purporte-d to be certificate* the Hiiprc-nm Court for vftA' introtroductd -
offer to Mr. James Rassell Lowell an al'Com.1 ( salute their Ibrfthren throughout the Ilt''UI
I wlcldul u in his ilay inferior
from North Carolina colored pt-oijbi. who and |power hardly
plished man of letters, and withal a man of had to Indiana tluit fourfd work tate and the I'mmi anil I ask them to stammilshuultkr J4 '. cl'It''I1 to that .
gone they L'ART 'TI.-T"e situation prow more now |11/.J by Bismarck .of Ger:
:Jfall'9 and of great (decision of character, of and advised their friends to follow. Witness to Iiuuhik'r in the civic, battle o( I tM-riou. ('rowel,are collecting and "'C'ompa-- II Life of I

jhe mix-ion to the English Court highly thought the exoda would continue as long 1550!l in order that we may win over again! I nies arnutl JIIIJ drilling at various points. 1 S'upolcon y.fY liummalmunte rewlerofWalt'r&'IU'1| mast have been struck

mlitable to the government. Mr Lowell' as the negroes could ruLnK money to pay what i we won in 114W, .nill which; won, 'to ct-i, The'fil' Greenback organ, advocates 1.1 the l'tl'Ut andon mmate ability of
their fare, or until checked by unfavorable fimile! of the Mate House, A ,
tthlK diplomatut. In
motion from Madrid to London is: also that no cowardly railroad halt ever the volume-
rt-ports( from their friejxU at the other end lawyer: 11Uaf' company U tatlone within lu mow j.ublLsbeii w'e have bit time
kbe regarded. in the line of civil ;ervIvesj of the Jine,. In thk event he would tN t4) again "urr 'nlt'r the fruit of the vie-tory." III Is saul to t le impregnable. The by liiiiiM-lf. .JtCJrtl1t

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f PATRIOT 0\ <.IK2'/r-7Mf7- 17"1.,7 STd TI: NEWS. I'a. /Jtyte, amid !shows tile success of the fioh' ANGELcett FRIEND, TRANSIT RAILROAD,
l.. 1' IKItS. : J : r., business:? of Cedar Key. We are informed by 4 I' 'iI .l ,T 'I, RAILROAD.ontxo .

< '' ', The Tallahasshce!! odilor of the' J'ttrlpl1r.( : [\\'E: know who edits the Tallahassee! Patriot Mr. Bnnting that there if tIrosloectIf a lanre AND CONFECTIONER: :! II Axb: PENINSULAR-
( hut tell .. increase in the extent of t business.! !.'!. The BAKERS
(fontf{. we wont
) gles over its 1'I\l'ccl'I1ln Miring; up the fish! are brought in ice and well smacks from I nnrrii.] SCHEDULE: [GOING NOUTH.I .
t ( cello Qtnftyution ridiculous ( TIIET MM nshiners" at Wa. I ('IIOICEGroe..rlc'H STATIONS. I.r-\VF-.
\J, by its ling aCaptain are arresting !! the fishing grounds-one boat bringing ns .K\VF
+ ( "r Pasco, and returns Vie C?nillittHiit caboota; in Marion county much as 6,000 fts.! nt one trip. There I is:: en Tobacco! 1050::; A. M.......FERNANDINA...... 3:40: 1': M.
Cigars, und UOAI>....,..2M.r: M.
it ...' abundance of different varieties to be caught 11:20: A. M.IiAIIT'S
lire by likening carpct-lnvger; 11asYto, : carpetbagger THE bones of mastodon have been discovered ( p. M.
a here, whereas,we learn that .l1t.lItll1r pointy: I 12:1i: r. M ,
rl' French ;j' but lie 1 fails: to note the : t in Sumfcr county. in time State some kinds are !"caretat pre... TOYS ANI "'AX'YnTI<'U; i2w:: P. :l1..nPTToX..1:2.1) : p. M.
F difference between the 'two-a difference t'lIt.-Cf'd"r.A'f'I Journal.. .- 1:0: :, P. M.....1JRANDY 1J1UNCII.1OC !'. M.
1."wRlIIor II ('!! continue plciiUfuI.\ and 1501', M ,...._ BAJ.J WI-;..,........12:40: p. M.
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citizen of the State Is fa '
which'ry low-priced in 1'hila'lelphhm.five and Picnics 2:18: P. M..........MAXVILLE;,........ll:4f: !> A. M.
: miliar.AXOTJtKR. A BU.L has )been introduced 1 Into tlie Oer- Weddings: 1 Entertainments: at rock-bot, 304: 1'. M............LAWTKY.:......... 11:0:1: A. M.
hundred men are employeil 1 on the man I'arliaiiiont, providing for an increase furnished at the !shortest notice, ::1:22:: P. :M............TKMPLW 1 .........10:44: A. M.

t RA1L11OAI.) C'OMUIXAT10X. Sl'IlIlIt.lI rlla.I near Pensacola. in the army of thirteen new regiments, ."2 tom prices, at ANGEL'S: 1JAKERY, 3:32:: r. M........-.....STARK E;..........10:37: p. M.
Held batteries and a hlltt.allion of pioneers, sUij 1'. M..TJll1H TOX ,........10:10: ) P.M.
TUB Orange County Fair begins at Fort Centre :Street, :
?'1 ", A New York dispatch: of ..Jnllultrzlth. : Reid at a cost of seventeen million mark 23: old P. O. Building. 4: p M.............WALDO ............n:48: A. M.
the 17th of Opp.
on day February.\
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Y : The coniolidation of the Union Pacific, --' -- -- --- -- :
says MorsT PI.KISANT, (Jadsdcn county, i is to GENR4L GRANT has: arrived in Cuba, and fi-5-: r. M........, ARREDONDO: )( ....... 8:1: A. M.
:[ Kansas!' Paicfi9 and Denver Pacific Railroads have u Clement\ attachment cotton mill. has be-on handsomely received omit! entertwined 'IIJI.J\'I F. WOOD, Jr., V07;: P. M............ JJATTON ............7:,% A. M.

r' was accomplished this afternoon, and the : by the authorities. He will sail for 0W:: P. x............ARCHER: ............7:32: A. M.
new consolidated company will be known as IT I is said the St. Johns and Lake Enstis: I Vera Cruz about Kebrnarv' 12th. ENERAL: NEWSDEALER: :; r.pjp: :M............URONSON .......... 0:52: A. M.

the Union Pacific Railroad Company.: The Railroad will be completed l by the first of ... G $:-07 r. :M.......OTTER ('iIEEK.:03: A. M.
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0 following oftlccrs,were elected : Sydney Dillon March.BHADFORU. Till: FLORIDA BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, y30!: P. M..........CEDAR gY..4:15: i A. M.

t President; Vice-1'residcnt, EHsba: At. county cotton brought a higher Peninsular Ituilroud.T .

'. kips; Secretary and Treasurer, Henry Mc- I price, in Savannah market than any other row N IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY.IVriiiiiidiiiH Dealer In Fancy Articles, .\ ( .

: ; Oarl nd., Directors, Frederick Ames!' Elishu I cotton, the present! season. 0:00 A. M: .............,\'A 1.1>0............
& .......... SANTA FE ........11:30: 1'. M.
,., Atkins, Ezra II. Baker and 1. Morton,ilkecn CAIT. A. '\'. LEOXAUI, formerly collectorof CENTRE STREET, FERNANDINA: FLA. 6:40: A. M
M..1IAWTIiOIINE.10:45: p. M.
tors of 'Boston!' Carlos S. Greeley\ of St. internal revenue In Orange <'01\11t.lIl'll 7:40: A. ......... LOCH LO() A .......10:00: 1'. M.

onis. Sydney ]Dillon, Ruse) Sage, J. Gould, at Independence, Iowa, recently.THE :Shelf; Papers, Picture Frames, Brackets, I). E. MAXWELL: Supt.

Solon Humphries, David )),LW4! and Thomas ]-'t>refer I Is to be ruisi-d 1 from the bottom Towns on It. 1C.And Lipc. Lumps, Croquet Sets, Hand (i lasses! Combs, Fr.KXAXMNA: FLDec.. 2..1: : 187'J. ,
? ;' T. Eckert, New York. '\,11. Scott, Erie: Pu., Brushes, etc. Papctcries in rl'nt'tuil'ty.. ___ -.. __ ._ -- -
of the Ofhlawaha river canal bus
(Greenville. Dodge, Pu., John Sharp, Suit A Odur Uf" '. Also Sewing\ Machine Needles: Oil, etc. Winter Season IS70 mid 1NHO.
)been cut around her to enable other boats to Inkstands 73 cents! -
Clipper : ,
t : Lake City ; and S. S. H. Clark, Omaha. The .. -- GEORGIA AND FLORIDA
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' r: }plan of consolidation! i i.s the exchange of the pass.A NASSAU COLLEGE TXLAXD HT13A9IIIOAT COMP'Y.
stock of the three roads for that of the new COMI-ANV has been organized to build

company, dollaf for dollar at par. The and operate a horse railroad. from DcLand Offers to lessees: And Purchasers a large TnOR YOUNG LADIES, TIME: SCHEDULE,

i r bonds of the road will remain! us ut present! landing and DcLund city, live and u half number of the most; eligible and desirable 1' Talon,, Effect Tuculoy, December M, 1V!>.

t and will be liens on the several divisions as miles. AT FERNANDINA, FLA.A -
t+ Lots suitablefor Business for No SEASICKNESS; 1 OCEAN: DANGERS
( : Purposes: or
;, originally placed. THE Florida Crescent has been revived and '

located at Brooksvillu, Hernundo county, City or Suburban: Residences. Thorough, English, Education.

, OENEl .fIJ 1XTKLL10KNCK. with Mr. F. I* Robertson: editor.\ "Please! ::t

t li' CO i ioDrnE1lonEntBt.txEUnitedStatesF exchange." UPON EASY TERMS. Special MrsicMind advantages FUKNCII.in I'UNTi.vuand DRAW- ld'-: \ -J rr ... .1 I;
ISO, \ '
: Navy t is dead, ling: NOIILK A. HUM. writes to time Itiilhlinthat Liberal Discounts Values allowed to For ('ircullll'llldTl'I'II ",, _

: 'ivy t CiTtzENttof laco1l, Ga., have sent $;((1) to a hill has been introduced by )0. Davidson Oil KKV. J. II. MYERS, '!i ""

!I '>:;l.'(;' I \. t the I Irish relief find for an appropriation of $lSIN, ))> for the parties engaged in mUll uf"durillol'rului./ .. Fernandina. l'la.MALLORY'S THE KTKAMKItS:
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a! ': I' THE: United States!!Senate is sllll debating!: ; improvement of the Snwunnee River. trial enterprises, who will erect on the property "CITY OF IJRIDGETON( : ,"
. I',4\- tho Bayard, resolution, THE Gainesville! Sun is! responsible for the purchased: t substantial improvements Cupt. JolfX FIT/O.It.\.t'l

'>,:. 2 (. SENATOR LVMAU is rapidly. recovering hU following:-"An old colored woman, after for residence, or in which to conduct their 'LOUIDA STEAMSHIP LINE. "DAVID Captain CT..11t:"."'.\UII,
he l h-at'Jtlck4on' hands with Gen Grant heard
'.r : Miss.! shaking \ was I
i business.INDUCEMENTS.. After having undergone extensive( repairs
) ;
i to exclaim': 'Thank God I done seen my
Liverpool arc now in FIRST-CLASS( \ : ORDER) in every
,' J elIl'I"! ( TO MANUFACTURERS Only Direct Line to New York. department, and will perform' the

I' :$ GENERAL 7 GF.OROE'IIIL'4' been elected n. A. VOOT bus a two-t'olunui letter In the : : by exemption for a term of ycftrs from ONLY INSIDE) ROUTE: :SERVICE;

4 4 United States Senator from :Mississippi.: Deala Banner\ opposition: to the submission taxation, ottered hytht'} several cities and between :Sivuiiili; ; : and Floricllllnl'C.tllI:

NEWS has been received Washington of the question of issuing bonds to build timePeninsular I Savamuiii: l with the lir.st-cla..s Steamships'
that another extensive raid on Indian reserve Railroad through Marion county, towns. Apply to jqiT of the Ocean :Sjcuinship;; (Co. for New York,
I Ito also with Philadelphia, Baltimore and ISos-
., i I )lands is being }planned. the voters! of the county.VCIi, the ]linter (i1'; ). I). GILC1IR1ST: : Agcwt..0Ofli ton tca IIIl'f'I.

(( j SEVENTEEN. hundred dollars have been contributed ) can dispose of him easily enough. ; : ,-e Railroad lluilding, Fernandina. (OINU.,!SOfTII.:
: l( -tf ])f/L'j.l Clark-
to tho Irish relief fund by the Baltimore .
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4 i IT is impossible to tell who edits the Florilu Leave ::411 vawu: :I...)I,Ill'lay.\ft('rill It, \/11\11\\1':0.:
; Corn and Flour Exchange. Miirof, Fcrnandlnu, but it i is one of the GAKKKTT A BARNES, WESTERN TEXAS, day .Ancrnoon. :

1 "' '4' I'lNcniiACK of Louisiana. is to be appointed brightest and best: conducted little beauties Arrive Fernandina..Tuesday: EH'lIinFri./
but visits our 1I,1IIctulII.-llrulllllt'r! Ai>j>ral. CITY OF AUSTIN,
TTARDWARE. day Evening.
Naval Olllcer at New Orleans. There will he ;.
Wait till we get ready to publish the names City Jirtiijftnn:-
; a tight over his: ('(confirmation./ CITY OF DALLAS.
',' : of the Patrfot'aeditors\ and t then we'Jur.\ DOOlt.HA lI, BLINDS, Leave Savannah..Tuesday: Afternoon,"Saturday
; .' A WHITE light, Hashing every 30 Hccomls, >rise you. STEAMER OF TillS LINE WILL Afternoon.
.4b faints, mill Lubricating. A Arrive Fcrmandina\I'e! imesday Morning,
y will'be shown at Laurel Point; Albcrnarle leave FERJUNUISA EVERY THURSDAY
THK Fruit (Growers'! annual meeting will :Sunday:; Morning.
Hound N. C. after January 31st.; for NEW YORK ; and from NEW YORK Arrive
\ Noon.
: he held at the court-house in Jacksonville RED 0 SAFETY OIL A SPECIALTY: JacksonvilleI'ednesday!
I' Pier 20 East: River, EVERY FRIDAY for
Arrive I'alatka.Vcdnesduy'Evening.OOINi .
4. CAPT. JAMES I M. WHITE, a well-known Mississippi m the 25th of February 7.30: o'clock p. m. Florida at 3 p. m.

";, river steamboat nian, died recently What about the annual meeting of the Florda : This:: Line having no transfers to make XORTIf.
; \ In New Orleans, at the age of sixty year,. Agricultural and Mechanical Association : : 81'1.\1. AOEXTH FOB between the best and Jacksonville cheapest transportation and New York to, offers FlorIda Leave City of Palatka..Thursluy Bridgrfoll- Afternoon.

{ THE New,York Central Railroad Syndicate and the Florida Press Association? shippers. Leave JackMoO\.i\1c..Th\ l'lday Night.
Ir Committee. ,has put on the market the 2jOUO How ridiculous this paragraph does look Oranges will receive !special care in hand Leave Fernandina..Sunday 3.'JO p.m., Friday.'
', shares 1' of stock recently 'purchased: : of Vanderb'ilt. In !several of our State exchanges : MARVIN'S ALARM MONEY DRAWER: ling. Arrive Savannah..Monday:Morning.Morning{ Saturday -
(Price 450.) David Clark
"Munytbunks: to Col.' -:Superintendentf FIRST-CLASS.: :
.TWELVK\ : : coaches 'and twenty.a ) the-ij llroad,for an annual puss on'rhis Leave Jo'l.rnnnJilln..Tuc'l1ay Evening, Friday
t '..... passenger. road for the present year" WOODEN JACKET SHIPPING CAN I The traveling public are offered the advantages Evening.: -

/.,' seven baggage and freight can of the South Why not taints time to hit down und writea I --,.._- -.- --.- -- __ II I of a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT Arrive Savannah..Wednesday Night, Saturday
Carolina Railroad were destroyed by tire on ANY CIIAXU l.s. Connections made at Night.'
the 22nd'at Charleston.: neat appropriate letter of thlln k The.. ;STOVES, TIN W.\ItE.1' Jacksonville with all steamboats for all l'oTE.-On both trips, South ,and North,
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,iiI., ), ( ''Colonel" will like it much better. ,points on the :St.:; John's, Ocklawaha, and the David Clark will ('lIl1ut all way landings.
....:', 'sirKSupcrviringlnspcctortirAewrlcans Indian and with the Transit Railroad
Rivers All and
; trips terminating starting from
-Tin Rooting and Guttering by skilled
THE OakI1'dletiaobjects' to thesuggestiou J
< reports that not a single death was occasioned ; workmen at low rates. ut Fernandina for all railroad station Fernandina connect with Transit RnilrllllclEXl'rl'
f !
,> made by'the Quitmun itejmrtcr that the in Florida 'i Train to and from Jacksonville and
\ by.steamboat, explosion: on the Mississippi ,
s' Live Oak branch of the S., F. & W. R. R., liO WEST! BAY STREET I there with Steamers to and from all landings
River Jiripg.tho 1879..y FI&IGHT
: .. year ho taken up and u new brunch built from : AND PASSENGER RATES: on the St. Johns, also: to and from Gainesville

i "j nominations l of Samuel Thompson Quitiiuin to Muntl(('llll. .\ brunch fromrojnasvillc JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. LOWER THAN BY INDIRECT LINKS. Waldo, Cellar Key, etc. Tickets are
sold from
A" through to and all the above
district i and Hammond ;
" {; Nmeoni1.Mubutna. ,, Henry \ to Tallahassee would bo the l>est Sign of the Golden Stove. 22-tf .; "Through Rates and Bills. of Ladingto points, and whcltl'lIl1er City of IJridgeton

1"::-" {/ second Sonata Carolina district, census means of controlling tho :Middle Florida .- all points. runs through hl'tWl'l'1Ha'lllluah 1L1\111'alat.
'? supervisors! have been withdrawn. .y-firSteamers of this Line sail direct from ka, passengers:.! also have the choice of going
and it Savannah and that
, : rude, turning to ,
ii. E. UOTTUKKK, FERNANDINA to NASSAU, N. P., under by rail between Femandina and Jackson
, '- I A MATERIAL.train oi\ the,Virginia Midland Is no doubt what will be done ultimately ; contract with the Uahamas Government, ville.

Railroad, ran off an.embankment llfly feet but it I is not likely the Live Oak branch will and are the only steamers that land at the For State-Rooms, Tickets, and all other

' .- '. high_ on the 23d In t., killing the conductor, ever be abandoned.MB. THERNANDINA, FLORIDA, ,. pier in Nassau. particulars, applyto the following Agents
1 R. \Y. SOUTHWICK, Agent, and Offices;
r and two brakesmen! and seriously wounding; JOltS F. DUNN returned yesterday .'enlan ina'. Savannah, Ga.-Cor. Hull and Bryan Sta.,
I L seven othern.j from Jacksonville. HU trip was somewhatconnected C. MALLORY CO., opposite I'ulatskland Screven House. .
\\ thcUnltt.-t\'f Senate Mr. business _, 'OJ I IFine }'lerZO: East: River, New York. 2-tf Fernandina, o'la-At the Egmont: Hotel
IN States:: : on Friday, with the of the rtlilrtltl,1.Ill' ...
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Faintly Grocerles T and to Jno.
I L. Ronmillat
,' Call I introduced a '!bill authorizing the State reports that'Mr. Yulee and other railroad Agent.
: < ST. ,.MAUY'.S RIVER PACKET.rMIE Jacksonville Fla.-Corner Hay ami line
t. of Florida to incorporate tho Agricultural fficials! were down lost week at ochloosu, AND '*.* Sts., Dr. L'Engle'n Drug Store; A. C. Lan-

College_ and the Seminary! funds with the the present tcrmhius of the road, and were .. phere, Ticket Agent ; A. I.. Hungerford,
t 'f '
f" common, school find: 'Itet;"rrtsl. greatly stimulated in their determination to Agent.St. .
"', PROVISIONS, 't' Augustine, Flu.-On the Bay R. F.
'1'Rnumx I). Woon, editor of the Clarendon, bring the road on to O.tila. air Yulee says ft V< ->- ,.;d' Armstrong, Agent.

,I a. 0. freer committed suicide on the 23d: he will (commence the first of March to ,. .. Palatka, Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers Co.,

st lust;l1t. lllul1hii\'lltat'.R.C.; He haj become work: on tho road this way )lr. Dunn informs TEAMER FLORA, Agents.
; .
,; enamored ;of, a young and I Uiuitifnl us that the railroad to Ocala by next Customers' 'Ulrdy upon getting ('CHOIC1I (;APT. JOHN RICHARDSONWILLJRUN IHisscnger Agent.W. .

Jewess, who rejected, his addresses." winter is a I'l.rtnlnt-Ucal Jluiuttr. F. BARRY,
GOODS, a-s General ..\ .
TUB l\pt-litiitrh newspaper ottlce\ at St. AT a meeting of the board of directors of RIVer J. N. IIIARIUMAN!
the follows
during season a* : ,
i Louis was damage/I l by tire on Saturday about !. the Luke Monroe it Orlando Railroad Company Leave ST. MARY'S EVERY MONDAY and -11 __ Manager.
I> ;$5WW, The.Att JI 'li"I Teliyrn ollice on, the 15th: inst., Mr. E. "'. lleiuk, NOTHING RUT THE FINEST: BRANDS THURSDAY MORNING at o'clock, for -- -

was burned. on the :23': !t. TJie$ GloU Printing : president of the S.mth Florida Railroad Coma.pmy }o'ERS.UDIS.and will leave FFRSAXWXI JlUS. ANNE CLARKS
same lays! at 8 a. m., for CAMP PIXCKNEY
('tis ottk-e at Cherrydale' Kansas, was burned : i was present and announced that he arc kept in stock and all intt'rml'tllate the )
.. landings on river. ST., UET.l'EXTR.LCJIl',\,
I on the 2Ut Two \jirintcrs were buriKtl to tad u proposition to make to the first-named ---- ---- ----:17---------; Iteturnhjs; EVERY TUESDAY! and FRIDAY

death in the flanus.WM. :: company, but desired. ,) deal with the stock.tioMers fsrTitY'41F.1MOl .. will arrive at ST. M\KY'S at 5 p. m., FERNANDINA: FlPEAtER ...-\..

$ M. LEEIW, late Chief Clerk of thelndiun as he held.that the board was not ,, ft,,, touching WEDNESDAYS at: FEEXVNDISA.On .and SATURDAYS

: Office, has given testimony (Ufonthe legally constituted. A, committee of thenurd \ W. LOHMANN'S ,"' will leave arm MARY'S at 8:50:: a. in., and can IM: THE

Senate Select Committee to \the effect that was' appointed> to confer, with him 1 ( chartered Choicest Fruits, and Vegetable
the Northern Cheyenne Indians were In-iug but as he was not prepared to make a sutU- ;$- toDungeness

starved at the Agency, and that Commis. factory showing of the 'financial l husk on ,, I CONFECTIONERIES: : ETC.

1 1, stoner! Hoyt failed to furnish the Agent) with which his company was organized further Prepared Flour and other i jnvints of intent. in the vicinity

i Iota supplies| the treaty tailed tur.t time WIgln'n him v and the mevting; ud- I of Fernandina. Blips' Garden seed, Flowery Farm and.,

t TIIK: engine of an emigrant train on the lourned.- Through BUN, or Ladingby *'Io

Eighth" Avenue Elevated: Railroad in New J, C. ]It:rTtNU, hatter :525' I' un street, rl'cch't'l1 ONLY FIVE: CENTS. : PER POUND. iurden-- Ilul\lements. '7 tf'A.
yi-bteyday from his: son Wiliuer, who MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers: to all ----' - "-
York, jumped the track and fell to the *treotbeUnvJ is largely engaged in the fish and orangebu.ohu.Mi l pints on the St. Mary's. U. NOTES,

; a li",tance of twenty-live ftvt. Two ut Cedar Key, Florida, a box con.taining tGHoon
tionll.iJlIIJ'6t'nt 'imeii of ti.-h t; tr AT OLD P. O. UUILDING. Clowe Connectionmade iDELEB
men were seriously injured. The '1ul.\ sumac rare IHH !* uiuong AND BHIP CHANDLER,
it uifI'hat sort of emigrants them two red snapper fish which are cunht ---- --- -- -- ----- :
in water from 10 to 1 i fathoms: deep. The Under IS" 1-3 W Muiuiiromeiit.SPENGETTlIOUSE with the t'wYurk and Savannah :
we're they, and where were they emigrating? fishing smacks: go from. 20 to 100 rule. out r Steamers. Mark all goods Care of Steamer I IX '
Tae freight rates nit cotton from Ft.Louls'lo : to sea t'l.J4tl'l.;, them. They weigh about 01Counds Flora; Fernandina." rrovNloiiH Liquors
tew ,
each. The IK X also contained *hct>p-
: New York ls 47 cents per hundred; salt water trout of very large size. l ST. MAltY'-S ., UEOUUIA.t GOOD..A'O nIOD.\TIOXS FOR PAS- trAUEST

from Cainvtt d* ; 1'vuusville,45cts: ; Uiubviile Wm/Cottm>l pninounced the fUli all iu Kxeun-ioidsts: and Tourists will

43't-tsj. Cincinnati, 40 'tII.; cotton: re- girl ('condition and says he never haw any 1 fj T. w-Whit TJlOI1'80S'Muunuiiw,,of|'n the>i>rieU Kearaage>r.Tr House l.'lIf''eni. a very attractive trip as the scenery roK. 1L F. AVERY: A -CO/S Puow.]

it-ived from *teuiuen from 1'Ist $t. Louis fish like .hem in timet'hiladcilohia market. n iriii rule*. t AI \ 'l'hcre.u a vast quantity of task bent from i made to there de ;ring bunrd by the week\ 11 If'TUB abundant.For .
49 rUt from Vuirtl. 4'J_i-U; .:Evansville cts; Florida, )fr. Bunting .bhipping.from 15UW' ) further information apply to CE.VTBE' FTBEET,

from LouUville and JeffcrH>nville, 45 cents; to 1(1,000) during a single night, PRINTING"in i ht every style, and ai t JOHN RICHARDSON, ..

from Cincinnati, 41 its. The above is clipped from the Reading, U the lowe rates, at the MIRROR otfk 25-t( Femandina, Fla.l l 5-'tf: FERNANDINA, FL.ad.hH" \ '



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1JOOi\.L, IlE''LEcrrloxs: The Fast Mall Route to Cuba. Mr.[ 1'mnkcrr, (son i.f mir 1't''I"I| ,. : I
| :)Ir. 1. K. Roberts reached this city by special citizen! )Ir. O. .. Avery). The ceremony Si mt: iMk'ITV0)rliRIiso1roNJan.24th.-11': : "
oJ "' c;; JACKSONVILLE, FLA., O't.5, 1870. j :
J l'tJlhI1Ir.c M Goldsmith unrseandcllil-
"CbrreApondents train impressively performed 1 by the Rev. Mr. ,
having was
.fcvcninp rtil
on tondny ( ,
dri-n. J A Bagley mind wife Win Humphreyand On and after this date Trains on this Road
And persons hating business with turned from Havana the Admiral after .I\1'hbl1rnJ'I11tor of I the Presbyterian Chun h .
thU pnper will on wife F I-ovem and wife, H B Fays nn( will run as follows : v ,';''
.pleamdlrecl to FLORIDA. MIRROR., Ferimndiiin.Xottce transporting General Grunt and party to at St. :Marys, in prc'1'I'II'l'If n large circle \lr.. son, Mr llcll. Mr Gillett Charh" Krnstein:
:x to lleekeeper that pnrt. The trowel behaved admirably)', friends both families who testified both by Wilson Kcrmudc\ Mr( beveur, wine and niece, Senor A Leave Jacksonville....................., 5:30 r. M. ,'t l' ..
Mr Gardner wife and 1 child Mr
that of a lIt till'entire party: were greatly pldased! with their presence: and presents, which were numerous Leave White House..................... 0:15: r. M. .1
Relieving I-owe Mr I
many our King, brother un.I'l'r'J11It, Mr ,
of IIIIhl'1'ihrlIIrt! lovers their flen. Grant in conversation 1 valuable) ., the deep interest they ''I.I'n. I.cave Baldwin............................ ;::01) r. M. .f
honey and Would keep! bees enoniili Voyage: Wn')", Ourdcncr, D) I 11: Stewart, J ) 1
to Leave ) ............ 7:25 .
1)arbyvillc..nw.ou. P.IA'ave M.
while himself felt in the event. ison W W Scott OS. Nichols.' W W Knight. : ,
supply their own tables nt leant If ell romaine expressed: : a jrreAtly happy !
they knew Sanderson: ......................... 8:07: r. M. .'
. how to do it, we hnvs made nrrmiKemcnts'to supply astonished! and delighted at the scope and After the most: "recherche" collation : O.1 A Smith Hl'"tIr., M:Hallctt< Mitcbeisoii, Mr Williams D) H!', O.H )1.1\1"1 Lt'I1Olu..t('('.............................. 8:13: p. M. J .

them the Hetkecper't Mapitinr, n :32-\WKC\ ; availability of the resources of Florida and provided by the hospitable host: and hostess, wile, Miss White, Mr Winn, and son, MrsRowlev : ( Leave yet Carrie........................? 0:03: p. M.
monthly, nt only $1.00 Arrive I. ke .......................... :
n Sl.30!
I year,-former )price $1.80.llisidos predicted for the State brilliant} future. and a. most enjoyable evening, the guests: Miss( Roe Icy, I F :M l.ovvdland wife, City : r. M. 't
thin we cnn furnish. nil latest books Alnlfi.nl. Miss 1/'ave Live Oak.......................... 2:15: A. M.Arrhe .
on Fernandina! returned favorite F :M and wife, W M( PU-tU-r,
The Admiral carried l'unll'rimn} from by our .
the subjects) !, together with all articles' used in to : Lyon :Master A Wcslbrook C H CoIKMI 'rallnllrscc: ....................... 7:00: A. M.
I.yon ,
beekeeping nt the lowest price. The MagazineIs newspapers of dates three days later than !little :steamer Flora, while the steamer :Mrs" IxnnphreyK' maid and child Mr( Arrive Albany............................10:45: A. M.IrriyeSavallnldl .
.......................... 0.00.M.. r
i is
full of information for !heginners nnd the )last received there, and when :she left Athlrtr, of whicht Ir. Avery engineer, carried riiompxon, :Mrs \\'lIi'cllll1ll :son, Mr( Hall 11
giVCsnI1ce Havana, oll'the bride and bridegroom to ( Wils.m lAave :Savannah .......................... 4:30: r. M.f J i
York H J li .
Just when needed each arrival of mail from =New happy -
month In the yenr.Ve : no Ix'nve Albany .........................".. 4:00: p. M. f
\ will .furnish the Mirror and the Magazine to was expected for 4S hours.: This shows the their new home at Brunswick, Ua. C'. STK\MKK: t'ulnmso1.lan..iti.--J: :: :M Partridj.v Leave Tallaliasscc .................".... 5:45: r. M.

nil who] aPI'1on] _reed pt of the price,$.'1,00 a rent value, importance and facilities which will .. --------- -- ,- Julia .\It"l1l1lll'r.'m Hnnnt, K II leave Live Oak.......................... 2:15: A. M. '
I $( -r- t- -* j_ .---.._ characterize ronte f1l'11 i heully ( Jacksonville lleinit.v Williams, Peter Hur,:cs'". (i'oV i :SiM.ll'onl. ; KSSoKile : I.CI1l.11k(' ('itr .................. ........ :i:.')() \. M. ',t
TftF..l'lorelll'c was obliged to land at the the new '*" "t.hU. ". ( It K: Smith, C :Newton, MrsTravers.: l-eaveMt, l.lIrrll'..............."......... 4:18: A. M.l.caveOlnstcc .u
steamship wharf Monday: on account of ('!otJlhli hl"\\. l1.\v excursions: are "all the go n. cll'lIltl'rir.: ., J C Ilaker1'hoM. Blmkett, W ) : ...."........................ 4:10: .\, M. i,

the high wind. The fast mail train which was. to have l.'OF.U. IIEFK arrives by the car load.! JColeman, :1111'c Wvb-ss, s: Haln-v and wife.H Leave Sanderson......".".............. .ViM: I A. M. .t\

---__ .A.. __ _. connected with the JrfmiW on her return to :Mains.SrRVMKK) Ixvive Darbyville.......................... 5:55: A. M. "
THE new Savannah, Florida &: Western Cedar Key, did not come 'over the route as THE D'ttlif Hotel? /.Vywfrr( has ended its FI.OKKVI:, Jan.' '!11th.-.Johl1 Wil- IA.t".1.1I.1"1"11I....."...................... (t:40: A, M. .. :
has brief career. ling: S. )Meath II. C Noa\''lev. ti./ W. Hender J.I'U'I'hit,. House..................... 7:05: A. M. V''
Railroad already received its nick-name, adverttserl; on account of there being as yetmin son, .\ )(oak. Arrive Jacksonville....."..........." ":;111 A, M. 'f
the "Summer Fall and Winter1 THE Jacksoiuillecitizcn is :struggling; with t
7 line. arrangement for the running of the :STKVMKK FI.OUSNTE, Jan. '.'7h.--Thos.! : U i On Mail' and Express: : Train Sleeping Cars 1"r:
'" -- through train over the roads: l'I'tW''l'11'lIn. the road law. Kamsey. J W Turner, O II Philips, W A run through to and from Jacksonville: andSavannah

A COLII Northwesterly! wind! with cloudy nah and Rildwin. Thi.. gap will be (tilled 'Tin I'liion is devoting; much space to the :May( I>nrg. __________________ ; aNo: .\ .laeksonrille Cars run (
and rainy weather, set in on Friday and has through to and from. and Tal- ,
within the next I forty-fight hours, and the Clement attachment. ,
llootn trot Shorn. hiha.ssce.FEUNANDINA.
continued to this time, accompanied 1.'I'r '
) .\
high tides. route will then he completed. Meantime( THE ice machine i is at work again.; The A III'tlK'k just rt''I\'llnt.J. \ T. Kyd4s.Sehoot = = EXPRESS: (DAILY.)

-- --_ the ..Idlimlleat1Iar Key upon' regular ice sells: at $&JIIII'I'r ton lA>aye Jacksonville: .......................1 I::11\ A. M.

:MANY, and especially: ) those who made schedule time as.advertised. TirEpurs-es to be given for racing nt I the ,'oU('". Arrive Baldwin...........................12:30:!:: I'. M.
such grand preparations) for church last -- --- --' On February Oth the undersigned willopen Arrhc Fernandina....................... :3:40: I'. M.
State Fair amount to $t4iN1.
Sunday, were :sadly disappointed.) Fair General Iwlny.Ueu. a private :school in the building ol Leave l'crnamiolinit,10:0:: A. M.
Loring, u distinguished son of Florida O'il.1ft( car loads. of oranges wore shipped; 1 Public School =No. 1. Leave Baldwin............."............. lr.1):: r. M. l
weather next Sunday.THK after brilliant the the Central road I't'l'l'k.. Arrive Jacksonville: .......".........". 2:35:: r. M. I I I15wsengerM
a military ('url'l'r11'1111 over Hates of tuition, which will be low, made
: girls are now arranging matters for bane I fields of three nations hits returned tot the : : for Fernandina and Cedar Key
TiiE ucholls I House: case occupies attention known on application.) take tins train No train from Baldwin to
'next month, there being !so many :Sundays Nit the scenes. \\ Inch years: so full of events of the United! States Court. .J, N. WIIITNKH. Cedar Key on Sunday.CONNIPTIONS. dt

in the month allowing them ample opportunity ) ; have tended to obscure. When very young THE l'limal'IIIl' the Maine Fusionists i Some More : .-At Baldwin with A., G. it I f

to )propose) to their fellow. he served in the :Mexican( war and rose with horns and slow. \\'. 1. '1'. It. R., for Cedar Ki\v\ Gainesville I
t to "elmIII their : 5 t
go Of thoss nice French Broadcloth and
almost unequalled rapidity both in rank ; and Fcrnandinti. and all points North and
)[ ToRIts still walks at the rink He Tweed Coats, still band, and will be sold West Lake C City for Tallahassee
TII : SI. John' *m passed up (Monday: ( morning and reputation n. : : on : : ; Albany,

with a fair freight and about 30 cabinpassengers. has made '"'11:1: miles and 11 laps in six 111l 'II. out much below cost, by Savannah, and all points North and West ; t,
In civil devotion a
he with ;
our war fought great oct 1 18 M. DOWNEV.I'all at Jacksonville with St Johns River Steamers
) She had great dillienlty in effecting and success upon the Confederate THE': Union; wants to hear from the treasurer j. s. MCELROY, r

a landing at the wharf, the wind: 1 I being !side, and not caring to witness n desolation of the "Park Theatre Combination. and Winter Clolhlny.J. \\'. :M.. D\yun.N, llaMer'1'ransp: : 'h. 1 I'

very high. -.---. _. which he could not avert, he left this country CAPT. BOYTOX pave several very successful it 'K'chlllrc now receiving their fall Superintendent, _._ .._._._. i

TIIEHK: isIO! much resemblance between at its close. Entering the service' of the exhibition of his !swimming aparatus last: t shook i.f men's: youths' and )boys' clothing, TIII.: 11.OKIF>A .j

the native Florida "gopher") and the ''('oot.l'rlt Khedive of Egypt' along with a gnat: many week. which t they oll .'r at very low )prices ,

that one of our fair ones calls her pit distinguished soldiers: he received the highest Tart Doily P//JII' I is advertised for sale, on F'lneflits.. I AND= AND= IMMIGRATION( COMPA'Y(

cooler a gopher, although she keeps him in jHisition in the army and the greatest account of the continued ill-health of the J. it T. Kydd have just received a new J r. i .,

a of water all the time.A confidence of all with whom he moved.\ editor.! OFFERS: .
pot stock of gents: line hats, latest ,styles at bottom :T( :
Florida and Floridians and should be
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Tint is a successful: and H.pular in prices. N jJ"J
I library ] ) .. \
in '
I'ROMDnn neighboring
hotel-keeper a glad and proud to welcome him. wa'l
I stitution. (MEM : We must: have one in Fer '11\ OOO.OOO Acrm ',.
town stated to in the of -- -
us course conversation :
nandina A recently, that he could buy his :stores of I''e''JUuldhla Board of Trade. I I ) / \\ I
II .\ few casc-s; of nice fall goods just urr\cd! Of the most -,5SV .
Sanborn ft host, in Fernandina, for less J JANTAKY, 1880.Hoard I MESSRS.: BKOWN BKOS. shipped i I 170 quarts
and in the Mart and will
now City
money than it would cost him to buy in New of Trade met pursuant' : to adjournment I (strawberries to New York by the ..sy.JnhiiK ) ACCIXSIBLE' : : AND DI'XIRAULE f
be:sold without reserve, together with balance:
York City. This is an evidence of the claims! at 70::! )p. m., at the ofllcc of :Major W. last Friday. f
DOWXKY.r.lcclton ) .
ofguoo1M now on hand, by M.. : !! l.t: THK ;
of Fernandina In.. depot for supplies.! 15. C. Dnryee, l'r'ut--, A. Sanborn, TilE beautiful little child( of Mr. T. T. P" I'I'I.ANII i I

-. --.- president! ;, 15. :M. Smith, acting\. secretary ; S. Stockton, express agent at Jacksonville, died Xotlce.An STATE OF FLORIDA,

THE meeting of the Nassau CO1ntg'rl .\. :Swoon:; treasurer ; J, '''.. HowcT!, D. L. suddenly last Friilay, election! for Clerk and'rreasureror''ity

cultural Society, called for Saturday last: Yulee, F. II. l'apy,1. :\ ', John S. Clay, (J. PKOF. J. H. CoMsrorK left for Mandarin Council will he held at the City Marshal's, At only $1.25 per acre to n\\' settlers with s
: onSaturdavon
was a failure, not u member of the board olllce the ninth of the privilege of selection! in parcels of 40
F. A very, 11. ::1:. Dottercr, N. Brownson, JohnA. :! a tour of inspection: to collect on Monday, day Februarynext
having, put in an appearance. The society .Whitney, and others. .* .' acres or "'."'. These I lands\ are located on ,
I information to the tree insects and
will have to be reorganized, and doubtless us orange : and adjacent to the lhu' of theATLANTIC j
I On motion John Whitney, was: elected, I parasites. By order of city Council.NOUMAN ifi4
will be at nIt early day* but no action (can to fill the caused resignation i ; BUOWNHOX, Mayor.Fernandina ( .
Ii secretary! vacancy by
I HAPPY Joan THOMPSON: found his fate in ,
be taken in time for the accomplishment of 1" t
I of Fred W. flu}'t. Fla., Jan. H 1, 1$SO.
the of one of Jacksonville's dusky I (
anything in the way of representation the The organization was completed by the person 1
bent's. The wI'ltllin'IL" exceedingly "high \cic Fall and Winter loodn. '
State Fair. election! of, the following gentlemen as directors extending from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic J
-- -- toned," the tone being :supplied by a cracked J.I AT. Kydd an now rl'C''I\'III.tt'nr week 'r
F. H. to CEDAR; KEY on the Gulf coast, I
COLLECTOR IIOWELL: has just: received !in : J. Howell.T. Kyd.l, Papy, f
trombone, according to the t /Ii/III. large: shipments: of Fall and 1Virfergololl,
I'h'tlC'tiol1from! Washington! providing for I. :Mode, and N. Urownson.An : ... thus affording to the producer cheap, con ) rl
bats andcaps
dress oolill.
dry goods, : clothing, :
the shipment of Cuba tobacco to Fernandinain able and interesting )>11 per min the subject Council I'roceedtnyH. boots and shoes which are selling at slant and rapid. transMirtution| to the best I !

that the Jacksonville and other of bar improvement' and the importance F Dec 81st markets. '
bond, so FEBXAXIUXA. LA., IKJ.! the lowest: market prices.AVtMMfiu .
cigar-maker! may have till: advantage of receiving and superior advantages of Fernandlna Council met at the Council! Room at the The licit of country trIL\l'tIl'lIIy the Traim.' ..'r'j l \6

large consignments: in bond, with IL"IIL seaport, was read by Hon. D. L. Yulee regular: hour I'fl'II'ut-T. Kydd, President ; College sit It. R. embraces M t .',

the privilege! of withdrawing their tobacco and discussed by the meeting.On Councilmen I. Winch, Paul Francis o, Daniel I I Ite: -oo ','IIeM) Monday October :l0th. Pupils ).:\'lmYHmTY; OF SOIL I 1 \

bale by bale as required 1 for use. The motion, the chair appointed) a committee Baxter, Samuel Brown, P. 31 I. Middle-ton, I I received ut any time and at the usual rates. J

(establishment a bonded<< wliarehou.se (in of live, consisting of \:\1<.:<:-1':". S. .o\. Swann, ('has. .\II ('I. I To time dtil.t'lI of Florida this Institution to 1 be found in the State, a large proportion;; '

J. W. Howell F. U. I'apy,1V,11. C. Duryee, ulliml'r)' t flt'ilit1It'lir home for the being peculiarly adapted to the of
Fernandina will .bt.: mllll..1iatet.; and :shipments The minutes of last t meeting were read andapproved. thorough education of their daughters.The cnlturq

via Cedar Key can be made by means and H. E. Dottercr, to prepare a report on SKMI-TUOPU-AI. Fie :riot anal Early: Vegetables, ,.

4 of bond' cars over the Tr.iii-it, ; !Railroad.-] the-Mtliject' of bar improvements. amendment to the lire ordinance.I i I pa"xcd Singe Setclnu Machine.Mr. and Thesirgr, Compact Jlslies'eTlnl&rr .

There being further business: the meeting make these lands of (:CAKKFUL..\'
--' --- 'I" no its first reading. : John Mackenzie has taken the agency worthy .'

The Western Texan (,mid the St. JO/IH *adjourned, subject to the call of the Bill of (icorge Hiini'ido" for printing /from of f this excellent ttcwing! machineami: is now AJI/N.t TIOX by manufacturers: of }.lMaxrt,, ,

liar. President. prepared to furnish all Iou.pll"C and repairs AND N. VAi. STOIIKH.NKW. .
September 7th to December 7th, 170 I as JKT '
for it. He sells! the needles ut
The \ Tffnn did tiuuh :it Fer Joux ,,WHITNEY, Secretary. necessary
JJ'r/I'f/j in contract ordered ,!. Amount $t.JCI.llill .! and all (I J
pIi: :J.!) cents u 'I1.'n, other articles at the,
nandina on her }last trip, l bit went direct to 'We hope to publish thinttier in the Mirror ut of F. C. Sulirer, for hauling garbage, prices (.:
Jacksonville, where :olll''a" adtcrtNcd to un early day, referred to Finance Committee.Bill and see the late Improved I"illg'c.r.-thc most' land from this company are furnished
complete machine in the wurt,!. :1JIUU.'I
the 21st inst She
sail direct for Nassau on of jM.lice for the month of December I with entire free' j JlII1.Y' on the Transit

reached the laron. >fhursday, the :!'11.I: at 11 POSTAL CARD CORRKSl'OMtEXCKWaldo. ordered paid. Amount, $!H.II: : Railroad for family and iK| >nonal effects ..I

o'clock a. mil but the water was very low amidshe Committee on Cemetery rej>ortod progress.On to the station nearest the land purchased.

xtruck Oil Alligator shoal near Yellow :Mr. Hinder, proprietor of the Hal moral 'motion, the President of Council and POUT A"JUIIAo-W&ICK CNUIKU KKHVABY 3. TITLK COMPLhTK':, being derived by

Bluff, where remained until l.h1)ufter Hotel, returned from Cuba a few days ago,:: Acting Clerk, were authorized to sign;; the KCKRldK>,. ll :T$. IIIOII WATER.... grunt from the United States and purchasefrom .; j

noon. Tugs: and lighters were procured) and and is )preparing to plant> several acres of scrip fur jioliee for'the month of December.A Hl'wly.jHH.2, A.AS &2tb H.4I A.M. Y. srh.irs'y the State of Florida.XIU11 ",-;g l
!sent to her assistance. removing and bringing Havana tobacco on his place on Santa Fe resolution to extend . was passed: : "'rlcla)'. :am. 6'.M: S.31 11,611 lo.tt '
off a portion of her cargo and with difficulty' Lak('. :Mr. Hinder has the wherewith as H. 'runt the freedom of the city, on hU HutM..y, '" 31, B.M 8..TJ 1U.3K 110.1 (: :>(PONDI2NCKSOLIC1TKD.: ;_ : ,
shoal. She reached the Hiimluy, )-,, ,. 1. fl.M ftXi 11.21 pulling her off the well as the snap to accomplish whatever he arrival, and request the :Mayor and citizen 2. 6.51! 0,14 IXI.1Tiuwlity Descriptive Mil* and (IKTLAIUI mailed onapplication. '

wharf at Jacksonville about 6 o'clock. Her undertakes. ** committee on reception to curry into ctlect I. C..M IU4 I2.4D 1.14 I .

steerage gear was broken rendering the rudder Sammy Kennard, Jr., showed us yesterday this resolution.! lort of Fernandina $.\ IlIo:(. A.. ti1VANN,

unmanageable. She 'Jacksonville at a small patch of watermelons in full A motion was carried to instruct the :Mayor I 1-tf I-ind (i>mmlssloner.NTICIRTV .

:3 clOck, a. in. Sunday, having on board bloom, and squashes 1 l that had set the young' to order an election, at the earliest [NMsihle: CLIJARKD.Schooner : .. -- -- -. I
about cabin for Nassau. time, for Clerk and I Treasurer.No : A IIROTIIKKN, $:
eighty passengers fruit as large as partridge: eggs. These vinesare Ijouisa Frazier, Crawford, Philadelphia. .
= further business upiH-aring, the Coun t
The storm which baa prevailed along the well developed, and if the weather continues 1 / \

coast'since Friday, prevented her from goingout fine, will make the earliest crop of tillIljullrneel.'f.. Kvi.u, ington.SchiMiner Schooner. Kli&i: S. l'utt'rI't'wllctuII- I'IIS.1: the bar and when the St. John President of Council, :1 '
over the season.Orange Merrill C.Hart, 'Brown NewYork. : .,
the bar Sunday morning she was Attest : .
passed over packing: house in nil blast, and ; \
Cius. ANGEL, Acting; City Clerk.
I lying to at Mayj>ort, with no prosit of is expected: to run about SIX: ,weeks yet ---. .--- -- IN PORT. M'5L'rATt'RtJIII.UlJ PKiLERS IN

being able to go out for Curt '-dght hours. Their shipments ore about 1,000 boxes JK.T Hotel Ar,-lv'ala Hark Alice wharf Dyer eross-tienfonn, l'urtlandMe., l iouilingatMeamshiji nrewtliucki \ j t.

Passengers intending to embark for Nassau, week M.INSros! 1(08"-J 1* YerVe, Phila ; (' Kllavillc'; ,, Flay for Natal, Brazil. Stoves" HculerN nnd IIngN, ,

on the Term began leaving: Fernandina on Some very fine ditching has been goingon Hardin and I wife, Mi I II Jennie Jlardin. Ill ; These tint are for the Natal and Nova Crui t.f
have!been waiting ever A Jameson and. wife, Minn ; Miss. Hattio ILiilroad.Schooner.
the 19th and four weeks and
Monday for the least three or a Jameson, Hale Si'ortiinl, Chicago ; John I) Flora Jt since at the Jacksonville hotels, a god thing drenching rain for the past' three days has Jlaker, III ; R II 11'tlliaumtVm F Burgess: Me.. loading at xteuni-hij." wharf with lumber \'

fur the hotels, but not very consoling to the proven' the efficiency and utility of the It E Smith, Ky ; C Newton (In. i'umilfer ; from Transit Road, for New York.

]'. F R Mulford and wife Miss Fanny Lloyd.Master Sihooner T. L. Itlchiirrliou, Thomaston, ROOFING AND JUTTKRINO,
. jiasscngers.farts are'stated to show that until IJoyd, Master Mulfonl, }Iiltville.Jj N Me., loading/ steamship wharf with lum- \
These Cedar Key.A ; W (J de Uoligny, JI run!II III; A Bermudez) hoer[ from the Transit\ KouJ for New York. l
the ezi ected appropriation for improving Puerto Plato, C W Wilson, Boston; J D Brig Miry Isiuuii, Meike Rostock, Mcch- ),
the Ft Johns bar Ls voted')by Congress, and uhooting affray occurred on Sunday })cn lilm. > Vj; L Davis, Orange Bluff; 1'IILurK.luudinj( ut "Steumship wharf with Just r'l'ivc..l-a large consignment of : o'r' '
c result morning on our .streets Charley Woodward 'f White, C'Tnrrnt.lkouf,rt,H C; TD luiulx-r from Tranxit Hailru lI.

extended and the anticipated of this line permanently will and Sent Wing, colored, on one side, againstJoe t-r, N Y; W A Mtthony. KIMare. Fla;Hi'h.1 Schooner .to llerrlimut. Smith, Hux- Stoves' .. The' "COOK'S 1 .JKWKL": .:' is.app'm-, '..
secured, the steamers Burrin. 'J"t 1
Lawtey.EiMoMT ., Ioa ling at C. II. ]Iuot'. mill with
doubtless be compelled to abandon their attempts La..ting'cr, white. HOTKL.-Her John Barry, N J ; K iunmL'r fur Mavagnez, Rorto Rico.Scho4.ncr riaU-ly naimIt I li a Jewel We will ruin; ;

to reach Jacksonville. If continued, Mr.h.. C'o LutUrloh. sou of'(UI. Ji J. hut,, J II Ksttbrook ant wife, H-t..n ; Mm J 111 j I Edutard Jnhmmt McDonald, he undenuild. *

loss of time and terloh, died on Saturday, the :Item. He was Jeter, Richmond. Yam J B Woodward and CharleHton, 8. C.Kchooiier '

they'will involve so great a a very promUiug young man. lady, A 3luuteatm,1'o( D Wheelwright, John I ..Jlib6eI.IHI&, Fountain Thomas- 1 ly... _'OR.. 8KCOND. A ASH 8T8. ;
expense as to render the business n.nmplettlyunprofitable. number of stranger are in the A Bagley and wife, II B Fry, Rayimld Fry I ton, )fe from )Iar.auu.; Poro Rico, lolling -- --
A large X Y ; B (J (Cook J B Julgfey, Virginia : WP I at lUwd's Mill for New York. HTIiOl'OI.ITAN DINING

____ __ tity. M- Fleming' Charleston South Carolina ; 1 14i'h< oncr Anit, Small, St. Pierre,. Martin ROOMS, -
lyrsonal. Win X Pepper, Brooklvn, New ,York C ique.tidiooner.
of Augusta; Ga., Superintendent St. Mary, Ga. II Cohen Augusta; W W Knight "Sharon Keiuett Hara Mr. H. Dempsey, CulUl'an, On the evening of the :30th inst., Mr. andMrs. Conn; F M Lennett and wife, Ihwton; W 11'Scutt tH-hooner ffeUle T )tars, Hawley Savannah. II. HOBIRK P-OfKIKTOK.

of the Southern Express IW t'rtYare received and entertained Gainesville; H( H Wilson, Dctrot W R ,
is at the Egiuout. D King l: 0 I""w, J R Reves. Jr, David Schooner Tot(id! 'uue Frttmlt, Dam tt. .
the occasion PRIVATK ;
number of their friends on .of Jr N Y H A M Oiark 8. IX. U B TRANSIENT BOARDING.Ilono .
A. Berraudez, Fpankh Consul, ice' King, Iemlwiey, Augusta; tun, .:
Senor Road to Cedar Key, the marriage: of their eldest and highly acroinplbhed Ivw, So Kx Co; J A Sthriner. N Y; 1 K rkbuunwrCelJosSrrrritt, BabMdire. Beanfort ULU1mUBLE. Su paths apared tc) t
.1 down the Transit daughter, Miss Annie L. Mara to Robert, N y.; H (J Junes, h>rt Clinton, O. H.C. suit ,'wtl meN. 17-311" j

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;'Jj f<,,.1 fi'h.a, ,, ,,,' ',,I' j B Y .,MRS.(1 1 UUFFINGTON, A J. dic"T. :KYOX: >. .

CORNER OF PINE AND FoRSYTIIJttrltMoiivillc 11iEF.T!'!.
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.' 215 Pearl S( New York. 4 I'rti.
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'. '.. .. ,... .... TERMS I $1.30 AND) $2.()() PER: DAY HOLIDAY GIFTS ,

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::1 r; 1 i \J According to Location of Rooms! ,I
t '. J; ('oll'ltnntly!' on band trally Located. nnd having 1 been renovated IN LARGE ASSORTMENT.

.. .' '. ; thI'lHl) 11OIIt"wil111l' kept as'n llrvfdasshouse. t 1
.... ,. '( 111TALLIC: n u u i .ii- CASES, The Proprietress} hu'in1111.1/ ex I

I ,; ., ,' ; fll'TicIHf.IJllthorth nail South, will spare A full stock lens just l been received and Department is replete with f
'II .. .' .. I' ,; WOOD COFFINS, no pains fur the comfort of her patrons, in every

; ,. .. / Junking the house home-like! u<< ally in the CHEAP, USEFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS for Holiday Presents in oi' I

... t : ) Iii Rosewood, Walnut and other woods: (Lit).'. 3.J-tf; .

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+ Enderukenr' Goody" ..unSOXXII..I:

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i Masonic and other Emblems Shrouds and ,,a v. ",. DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS
K'BtBL'1 ." .'. 'J, > ORANGE TREE: MANURE : ,
r .. .. '. Robtw.EMBALMING!. :.TJUOX: .AN J) BRASS FOUNDRY) '

'1 '; DONE.: j
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; .1 Bodies exhumed f for removal. .\SI'I
Safety K"ar- I Goods and Notions.
(ymtyr. ; ,Formula of Gen.: H. }<'orrl', t 'r:) antced.FURNERALS. attended to. MACIIINK: SHOP.

; t Orders hy mail or telegraph.. will receive I .
Nom. ; r" i s sJ I
t '; : 1 ;. prompt attention. _____

Pronounced). by. Orange Growers. the very prices..j Remember that ,I am opposed' : to Iiigh I BLACK CASHMERES A SPECIALTY !

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b lxNIIII $ ', ,
j.m4 SEOOXP STREET: Unsurpassed quality and price, and will compare TA\'orulily with samples from other iljt's. !f
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o. S. LAKES, 11'1'10gXOI: : SUGAR
v <* ,.. .. t \ .r ALL KINDS:; OF MILL MACHINERY Special Goods not in stock can be ordered through us, thus nflbrd-
:i,.. .'< : .. .:...:..-.. '.' VM'FACTUKU. f I ing A SAVING TO' THE CUSTOMER of Express and 1 other charges. All

i .. ,', : ... > I' : WORKMANSHIP; ; such orders carefully filled AT NEW YORK PRICES by our resident buyer.

<. i TROUGHS WEATHERBOARDING: SHEATHING I I and Orders from! attention.a distance will rccche' careful prompt
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;' J>rl'l'nrictfnn'l'Idl'l titt principles topnMiice. DOORS:; AMD'MlSPOW: THAMES::: ,C "I f) K per copy, when sent in clulm of:20 BB, ,AND KIDNEY PAD :
t ,. a large yicm per acre. .' 47 JL .._/e J is the price of the I'HIIALKI.- "
'/ OF AL1SIXES.. -J'JIIA WEEKI.'fIIl'; S, one '
v"r j lUlUS i m J' Post Olllce Box 174.j.mt year, to any address CfRES" .

,Fernnndiiu Fla. r per '""1')', when'' sent 'In rfulw of 1(1( '
---- -- - .- -, C..l: .)o i* the price of the 1'IIILAIEL- LIVER COMPLAINT, KIDNEY DISEASE, FEVIMt AND I'1: : :: rATAKKII: ,
Aso DP.VI.EUS IN : <;. I.. AVERY, year, to any address FEMALE'VEAKNESS' :; NEURALGIA, IlIIEPMAlUM J I, 1)1SI'II'.I.1) ::- I':

y I' 1t ,(4 r 00 lH>r copy, to singe HiibscriborH, lit SIDEACHE, BILIOUS COMPLAINTS, and any Di-c.ise >
PRIMEAlitiCULTURAI.' CHEMICALS( \ d licepriceoftlrol'IIi.ADELPIIL1/ ,
; WKKKLV TIMIX; one year, to arising from I Disonler of thetolll:1I'1i:; : !i or IKnudPrice :: 1.
'P'I"IS f ,111.4R1. C'/ 00 I'orHv Doll.irswe will send l three J7::t9' ., One Dollar. Sent by mail on rctvi. ,) of price. Lih "INconiit: to "J{
N'ITRATE'SORDA 'J'U. cnples l of the rim.VDKU'lllA;
: AND BOARDING) STABLES. -WEEKI.1'111'1: : ; :: on- year, to Dealers. '
4 SUPER PHOSPHATE: LIME -- any address, jiostuj/ free,and give ">" 'II .- GI:O. nt'(ansNo. : ,t: ItRt, .11gcal.,
CARRIAGES; t-' tlttv i>rron hvinlinjf us the money
? AND WAGONS 11 winy of the ANNALS OK T1IKVAlt Vest n..)' .-tu-L-';"".iriier ( Venn) ,
'' tf .JACKSONVILLE) : ..\.
To and from Ste.nners and Trains ume of MK()) the retail priceof ;
NITRATE; OF" POTASH. ? which in tinges Dollars -


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S'ridCCLYI'tiltl. GROUND. BONE. : P',"Tmm.l: t'.151IYrZ I 'That it in the I-ARQEHT CHEAPEST and and SEMI-TROPICAL 1''RL11'1"I'REES' HOSES, Dit'II \
the BEST family journal publisher! Write to us I. "
!' 1 ....- jA't"Ol1ll'l' and Stable-First Street, near for ti specimen copy and judge for jourstlf. In uous and EVERGREEN SIIRITIIS and FLOWKRINC, II A\TS..
i its column the render will hud ALL THE NKMB
ss 'J! Broom Street Wharf. _. 40tf.O11TN'IIRT1I1i1S' ample variety of Editorial Poetry Literary Art. !II i .-', I
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Ivies, Stories and ''ketch<'4. Tales Travel, Pliwl" t
AU circulars: give. particulars, and are r j
; (' ton Gossip| Interviews MiUi I'romltuml.Iell., )<1. +
i mailed free to all 'applicants.: They will interest lauciul Reports Dramatic Criticisms Religious NEW: \.NU CHOICE VARIETIES: Budded Orange Tree MADE: A SPECIALTY.,
'ol1lf 'you' are interested in Agriculture Tidings\ AKrieultiirul Domestic Artlelea, mid 1
or Orange Culture l.VOm very other feature that can make a paper vain : : ) I
i'ClPtrLAII1)Itl(5001)S >le. The mim-ellany of spirited writings, covering -- ,
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every variety lIIulwlIleot'8ubj4.'t.'tund thought,
+ }: : NANIIOIIX & IIOYT, will IMS mainUiinrtl an of old by contributor who fcK-Send? t f.ir Descriptive t'tittiliijine.!
) STORE, stand at the head of their ttpeuultieH.A Ai.itiur: i. IHI)\VIM.,
x|>eeliil\ feature will l>e the continuation of the
.t 'ANNALS OK Tllli WAR. Rraphieiilly written
by soldiers, North and Mouth.descriptive of scenesDud ;, FLA.
.41Nl! 4.'l: IIIVHTHKKT, n
R.;, SHIP: CHANDLERS, events in which they took an active part one -- I
z Y (hapter of which Mill npixuir in each nuinl>er. '

I LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.:; Jut'lum.nllit', Florida.ORDERSPROM1TLY 'rhene Annuls have proved HO valuable that the THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR
first writIma
.. xniiid volume eoutaiuiug'their !! t
a ) nProvlfiloiiM found an ImmeiiHe sale.TERMSONE. ,

+' unit" tirooorloM YEAR: 'CA.LVI 3NT OAK: J.

One copy, $2.00 1 Ten copies $t\.OO: ,
: Jacksonville F 11H.tIUILE
: A1TKNDEI TO. I \., .
Fivo copies, .' ft.OO I Twenty copies, ',' ia.00 i i
\' An exert to theltettt'r up of Club,
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In Store and to arrive by Steamer and Sail : s.' 1tiT'LE11'LLER, 9.3t Times ItuildinK TilE, Phlhtdelphln.TLMES, WOIiKN.LIA d"+ I 1
:2OO Bales Good Hay ; -- -
2 a'.. 100, 000 100 Casks Hard Brick Lime i ;; YA ;K, ONVIhLI,1"14.; : Mnl.nll I '" Ii.-\II'! ;. E. J). ROCKWELL, AGENT FOR FERNANDINA.. .

; N1)ER and by virtue of an rxeentiun issued J
1\: 100, Kegs Nails ; U out of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial J 1 .7. ;Q
Circuit of Florida, for Nassau County, on a -
100 Barrels KEROSENIOIL 110
: jUlIKU\tOllt therein rendered the lull term of wild
lire prn12(; cts: per gallon on board Black Silk; ture.rwarrnnted; nil FU k. <.'ourt in favor of the Hoard of Public Instruction IMM'STRIAIHACIIIXE: roil Goon Cl'S'I'OU.'I.un;

sillcl'n'the' if.f of NIIWH.IU County, and 1I."llIlIt Celia HilliiiKs, ad- WOm' H.
train. The. best :$:I t. .1-1. .
niiiinirutrit of the estate of Liberty Billings, de. >"/ t i AND JlOI'.1':
A large I utock of Groceries,) i Provisions, ,Silks SO tit) hit ceased, mid to me dirtH'ted. 1 have le\ieduMn BOOTH
Summer at rt, e. ; 70 etMatting *.- R.: POND, PKOPRICTOR.situated ,
Goods and' will offer for lode to the highest bidder,bemire F.
Crockery Hanlwaro J Furniture /
Dry. .
\iurt-lloune door at Fermiinltiia, on the tlr tMonday
tt Doors Blinds: Sash, Paints:,, Oils:' and Varnishes at 14 cv" ; fancy at iiVc.SOO of January IIM1Ibt'lnA' the tlfth day of -
': t ,
: Blue Flannel Suits at $a'to $1 I l2.i"'b: ? wild month!, within the legal hour of wile on stud / r
the tollowiiiK described real 1 estate,or all the
V; EXTREMELY I.O'run, CASH. Money refundetl if not sallsiacfory. 2l-tf rigid< title nnd interest of the Maid estate of Liberty Shop :S minutes': \\'alk wet of n 'pot, "
1 ._ lillniK! ileeeaiHHl, therein vie I : Lots 7, 8 and -.: .,J
Send orders ut once, or call mini! examine. ,1 .10 i Din. liloclc No. 31 ; Lola 1.7 and H in Block :3J:! ; JACKSONVILLE;, FLORIDA..
s10mu1121(1Itloekii 1.tIl3. 4 and !Mu UlookJ7
In'fore purchasing cNew: here.'SANBORN Dr. AKTIIl'll' ('. I'OUI .. -
( Lot 7. Itlix-l:; 77t; Lots 3.6 7 and 8 in Block 30;
: Ixit i. Block 4i; lot 3. Blell'k'12: Lots 1 and.1 in M\NlTArTfRKR OF
: li'llOYT\ 11ENTIST''. ,". ", I ', Block XI: ; IA>I. H. V. 19 1U: and' 3:>. Block 10 Lots Li00
jJ 3. 4, 3, 6.;lUc'kW: 1 11.0'" 4. S. Block 3l: ; LoU 1.2: 3, mt.TIxns. T
t Second St., Fernandina, Flu.r 't 4.,1),6.) 7, 8:, 0, 10. II, It: 13. NL!. 83.J.i.: block No.W IRON AND ,
.i'fH. 1a ,." Fourth St., bet., Centre ami Aladiuu, : -all in the City of l-Vrnandina, NUMWIH Comity"
U I i." :1 :
I Slate of Florida. or KO IIIUt.h'or naltfre.il estate ati. IRON FRONTS AND FENCES:

MANSION HOUSE, 4 it( FERNANDINA..\, will be neeeMHary satisfy wild judgment .I

_.._ .1 ._','_ Trims eiikli, pimliHH-PETER;|pal'mur('U\lor litle:, hherin. Fur Dwelling( :, 'and Cemvterles, latest design: i

FKIIXANDINA, FLOUIDA. Kernandiim. Nov. :1S!>, 187U. ,
I "'.U. H. C. IIIJRYEE, The alxe sale lian iK-en )M>stM| >ne
:4. M. W'. DOWNIE.OUUEIt lay, the :2d day of Febru.iry IWiO.i'tri'iu I. : PATTERNS 4in the State, and TO-
J ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, CONE. sherimJainin ran till. moot any order without parties wy-
N"ATNI>* AND CtlSIFOUT. G1' ,iry 5th Iv*). of JOHN: MACKENZIE'S.Sign : E)
: .. In' for the extra expense pattern ,
CExTa&STq: n\lt"n. n.lhtl"'T, - Sly Machine Shop is furnished with the ,
Ili..fltgpuk L Ktenttyu! ,hrIYtl!Ullhe.(:ais'aqc \ ., IIUIU'''.'.' 1'roperly for alert Inipnived tail which enables Iii:; I : of the GOLDEN SHOE,,. ,', ;,

.. The Arched" DrawiiiK Rooms and Hull COIUUTvutory FF.INANDINA.: .. FLA.. Sale workmen to turn out work with the greatest t
''flHK t.nlinenl offrnt (oratle ten acres of land lespaUli, and at the lowe cash price. FIRST STORE. ON CENTRE: STREOT.near ;

,have quiet elfiraiiro llmt 1,1 l uuei*world'lidu \ IIay, ('orn'10ut",.. ,.' J.: ul ..AIJilUN.s\y County, }.'I.-, between Ar. Agent: for the WATERTOWN STEAM R. It. Ile pot, ...1
1-tf redoudoand liruuwui on tl.4I Atlantic, Gulf and K mSg (' )...,:'aud can furnish their EN-: {
tourint The :DIANSLN, under the cure .. -. \S'f"l '1Ili..Tranwt JCallro-id. The laud U all wellinpruMvU HOll.lm.Iin.1 SAW-MILLS at the i-tf l'rna1lhUIifF1,1t.U.r1, .
under ifuuti fence, and lute a comfort- .. ... ,-,
of ;3I Jor Fr. C' $8t'nnKK" propo to rvUin iuficii ion In:\'r.OEVlUtAL attic frame liou e. There are NICE ROOMS FOR RENT: I'eeix-lo aaid the Iloury Peach; I2i a'NIM'law.*-< << J FJ) m.'$ CELF.BRATED STEAMJOVERNORS : B1IT ORDAINED by the Common Council \
.wile | liy the 8u\aniwh ."*- O lots in the CITY MART corner of LVn- fx-uHH-rnoiiK and Concord; ;3orunife trees 1 to :3 ( a.\ul\ KNOWLES1 :STEAM City of Kenuiiidma; j''t- I IbKCTloN .
yesr. of ugeand, u large variety of taluublu PUMIS kept constantly 'on "hand, and sold I Ifct. That no IXTMOII chi U be buried .
"T1IK OLD }FAVOUITE. t re and Third Street. uruuuejtalshrubbery. freight adder I within the limits of the city without a {.permit
AID the second story uh."\e Mi-wrx.. Sydell This proi>erty i.s in a healthy and fruitful, situ,. Manufacturers': prices, kifrneU m writing by the City PhyM-Un or iavthe
11 tf F. c. 6UII Its Agent.LAIIUIIING loii. ULU-lUUlNhlUK. For further information Prime. Lists Cataogues absence of such physician by the Mayor of tha
,'urm'rsh and' Thinl' Streets.M :
M -- \V Uro. .1 7.If. llirror office, KcriiAndina, Fa.ollc. } ettu, tt l.lres s ,.1. U. POND. City: "
MEN "'.\XTI n. DOWNEY: I'. O. B 3-tf: lit the City Xfdrt. .. lo UoblurN avail ('rrdll1prs. be in writing. and ute the nauie. age, sex. and
.' -_--.:- .. place of residence or the deceased
,T )TICR d U hereby given that on the 7Ui ofA ENTICE: STREET .MILLIXEKY.. Ste. 3.,The pernlt.haall be given person.by Mid Phy.
HIII':( I.14 XOTICII.rpm letter of admbiiatrutiou
tvjitciulirr. JK7V, .IcUu ur Mayor certifying' sakl
,... 23 TCH'iO' GOO( D, LABORERS were granted to the' uiulcr-iif' <| and lie wan duly'' U correctly M, possible the txuse upon of the application death of
;TOOLS, .:NU INI'I:s, MACHINERY, ((iiullllfd a. adniiniMrator ot the rotate of ClsarleeI. FRS. F. A. MEDDAUGHI uidrwrtioiiaiHicltwiKiiatiiirth place of burial
._ Tliere
[. Jlo\t.docv d'.l.&te of Nassau county. \
U'inted At unt-e to \\x\S oil the; H H I' I* "Bnk on Juuttl and hntIl'IU( 'lIhi. bl'1.mIIIrt ; aU ix *-a.elr.llor.*.and utheN-bItY- and lUiIlA' .ucla pernm with the Clerk of the city g
ore, |* > i who shill the
the'% FElt..tj1)1N:1) .\ lTl"C'rUlt.I the, I a, constantly on hand a fine 1i,1't.tiun nf cause IIIIwe to be a' once reeordrt(
iiil cl&ju> f>t any uuture wIiaUo t>r agamet In Ii hook lo be kept for that
SANTA; }>; CANAL.AW'lyto ::() l'\ll'\X\. ustyI'In 'and about their estate of the tlwv.i.w' ill.}>reM>nt tbeiu. duly' the iie\\tt styles in DRESS AM SHADE} toiF.c. 4. Any and 11'P" o J'QI1PC-. officiating'
shop Ju l'rnuuclillwill Le m lIuM at Iu.tblie! authentieate'd.witldtt t".o years hand HATS for 1.l dit.'tI.. JILs+ei an.l Children ; burial of any {tenon buried cotitrary' to the at the a
auction to t1u..l ltd lIt>st bidder, on' FRIDAY, cation of tbin' nutit", or they wilt tut RIBBONS, .I.AC1:1ASDFLOWERS ; also, ju-ioiw of this Ordinance or any person C't'nify.pro.
indebted laid state requested '
i ( j he Seth day of January i O, at 12 o'clock .n l persons to are (Jems' and Boys 1aty'of fin 'quality, hug, or granting a nmi" for burial In eun Ki

NED 1 E. FARRELU: Englnevr.,, \ )n. Sale, will .l h o made at the. :1hl"'IItI'' in to" puke. psytucad. ....u-n W. hour9IawBw ,, CALL AND EX.tMINE.Mrs to with Ii flue, or contrary of not to. than i.. prouioiu.. hall be liable .1.
Ittf* WaWoFla.: Fernandina .. .11. TERMS CA.SH. =- .\dw )iootn'or. len. or more than IUdollautt. \)" F
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