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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 31, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
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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>.
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SEMI-WEEKLY. PBRNAND1NA! FLA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1880. VOL. --2. NO. 19. :} 1

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COUNT MOLTKE, ASA TRAVELER.This political dramas must not be overlooked, in ics believe that the Austrian: Emperor: will be the extent of it as (I\'t'rs\'lIlll11l1lrt'11 square' : answer: to the Governor's questions) that t

famous strategist: It appears, wroteletters' the formation of a cool and dispassionate: invited, when the time arrives, to give up to, miles; and speaking of the 1II'N'IU'l'If the they omitted I to revoke t the summons illegally -
alligator in great numbers, Mates that on one issued, to menho did appear to hl'd'I.f'll
from Constantinople forty-five judgment and the application of the great Germany a portion of his own hereditary
years ,
occasion the members of (he :survey" counted We know that (the officers who
ago which were printed in Herman at the lesson they teach, which now becomes the States: and will have liberty !in exchange fur a herd of over four hundred 1 of I these mighty In the ('O"'t'llloll of member.elect -

time, but not republished In English' until imperative duty of every dtl1.l'lIof our coun this: concession to i push his: conquests! : lilt saurian/ in one of its lakes.: of the Senate and House, on (he firstWednesday .

quite recently. Five and six 'l'l1t'\ago he prepared try. No citizen not blinded by }party prejudice Turkish soil as far as the shores of tin..Egcan .' In conclusion: let mo icoummend: all lovers in January, rl'I'ojli7'llll\ll1.
of gooj! sport to halt at St. Mary's ; ingoing ben: who
a history of the late war with France, can fail to perceive the obvious: moral, :Sea.: further they \\ ill fare\ u nnc. Th.tro, by \1\'IIII 11'1 tltlti"nll Wl'rl'llawfulv Jh'I ll methods,

w and some other military works were 'i issued nor the inevitable result of a recurrence of The Kitminnf OH the O'pit-It i is rmnorci one of I the best t. most t comfortable and reasonable pursued by the O h lv'ro '\ who

under his direction and with his assistance! such !scenes in the future. All must come that the Russian{ troops have: just suffered isevere hotels theSoiKli kept by ii Ir. Thol1lp. refused to recognize Il'l who appeared to ;,.

His "Notes of Travel" just published in England to the same! conclusion, viz 1 :that the !!tll'Lilityof ; defeat! at Tchiklstnr, a port} on tame son, proprietor" White Mountains(of the popular)" atlords Kc.irsurgcHouse an exeellemitpirda bo from elected their, and illegal refused decisions:to permit to h.n 111nl'p,11(' over "

but written principally in the year our Institutions can !scarcely withstand Caspian: :Sea: defeat of decisive: a character trrre to catry on the campaign, which they' temporarily III'l1 Such action .'

t 1845, contain Wandering near Rome," In the shock of another such experience that the Russians: were obliged to take whether on land o, :-ea.' The great Red. vitiated. their 1'r !. We have '> I
which he attention This second 'nappe-r banks: are in sight I IIf the tit llIn"s only to reaffirm the principles we assertedin ;
gives particular to tIle Ho- How best to }prevent a recurrence of such : refuge on hoard their ships.!! : repulse
bir.. Neither the St. John's: Oekluwaha'orIndian our answer of January 1(1( these '
man Campagna, which at that time hud not scenes I Is the one vital and important quos- } : inflicted by Turcomans the Russia: ] ( Rivers: ('III1I1t1 ,rtl I them anything like subjects, in coming to the; conclusion upon that

been scientifically explored ; second part of iton to be fairly met, dispassionately discussed : arm is more Important than the defeat ex the alligator I shooting on the St.t Mary's.: 1 the hOll1 propounding to us tho foregoing

', the wirno work comprises a "Spanish Journal and effectually settled This is to be pericnced (Geog Tepa} as: this occurs on the !'Ihuulcllike to try I Ill' t'Ii'd! of l'xl'lul'it'mt. 'Ul'! tol'4 are not legally organized the


: ; and the book closes) Letters from done before another such occasion arises.It : : borders and not in the heart of the enemy'scountry ridges I on those small "deer." One monster !! II Representatives and Senate under
measuring 1'1'011ixh'I'1I to eighteen feet the ( of the state v.
'Oll"titlllol
y Paris written in the winter of 18.V5-57 which of the best and besides udvuncimovement ;
will command the best olforts : }preventing any attacked by three of us wilhllllhrl''lIIill'1I111'Ot. The Fusionists :say I that their legislaturewill :
v give interesting of the French minds for the It :; Mary's'look( t fourteen bulls at ten feet
descriptions ot'lIur time to l1I'l'oll1plishll'h a result t }present: t, may encourage ,; : a to the
subject Governor
Emperor: and Empress, of the state of society! and to the combined talent in !statesmanship and decide the Persians: to favor t the Englis: ) ) range" point blank, down his throat and adjourn ('ullf
? through ((7)) his: sides: and yet escapeI.: The Smith ; that 11 r. Sawyer will continue (to +
in France, and de Moltke's view of the out- : of h"thtime great political }partiesof : and to act suddenly in opposition! to the Oketi'nuke SIl.I04of t'l'lIlIIl'it. )llIn":4
access: : discharge: (ho duties of Secretary of State ,
look for the Empire at that time. the country, the people) of the country HU II tm:4.: miners perfect EIlIrll.llllir: ) the sportsman! returns and other from. ? .,
11I'lll'lll
Wegivean extract from his Spanish Journal must look for such accomplishment. The The intelligence of this: disaster, not yd winter and I sunnier alike. I PIONKXK.' : nlllni Fu->ion towns: will) be sent to him. They t"

,t ," written in 1843, which shovsthepsnver: i time for cunning stratagem; for dishonest fully confirmed\ is: of'III (', vastly to t tin Tilt: MAINE MVinn.K IHUU'I\G t .nil that not more than half dozen mem

and originality of his mind, in the grasp of practices: for roundabout ways: of securing delight of English military circles: wh i think T'( A VI.OS I:. 1.1"\0l the I-'llIiol legislaturelll take seats

the subject before }him and in very remarkable party supremacy and for recrimination that now it will be impracticable ti'r the entcrprising .J.\:'; .\II\', :!.">.-The Fusionisfs: : assert: that il \ Republican legislature.: Meanwhile( 1
( and ask for
comments thrown out in this: hasty pro- back and forth, has }passed.: The time for : and resolute General Kaufman tcarry (Garcclnn traded with the Republicans and 111 Willl'II'lalzl'\: nliol..J Congress ,

' b duction ; for his visit in Spain was: very brief, earnest, }patriotic and combined effort on out the plan attributed III him or plotted with Chamberlain to deliver the JANCAUY: 2M.-'l'ime 11",101 legislature i after

he having (embarked Home for Berlin, left the part of the best elements in both the marching upon Mcrv next Spring. )(I'rI" IIi state-house to the Republicans.: The "mili a )prolonged tI''rl't session this afternoon, \

g his! vessel at Gibraltar and accomplished his has arrived walled town of what t : ndJ'"IIII I( ( on the (lint Wednesday ,
: great l'oliti'u1partil'14of our day i was: once liHlcju'mlniTurkestan / tary adviser: of the Republican: \ governor in August next ) members will
Many go
Spanish tour while the vessel: was ]passing: To this element, in both parties: we commend ; it containsItlist: inhabitants: am advise: him to end the matter by forcible home, not to return here before that date.

s around the western coast of Europe to Ham the future destinies, not of their respective commands the direct road I across t the Himalaya dispersion of the( 1"II..lulllootI''t'rlwrlllith: (/ :: Others: will go back to I their (l..tldl for instructions 1

burg. From Seville Moltke writes which is of Mountains( into as to joining or remaining out of
as parties, : a matter secondary : Afghanistan. has issued I: : the following proclamation :
the stale-house will '
:
follows : consideration, but of their common The quarrel alleged) to have 'H'\JJ'T'lllal'lt To the Citizens of Maine : My attention I has contest the ('lItl of 1t.d"latll'I'llel,their II\"ul.in olh.1 the capitol ,

It is worthy of observation: that the Arabs: country ; and to the press: of the country, Monday, at grand military banquet, between been called to the! rrprated'assemitblingof' 1'11 the sake of tin pay usually voted
who everywhere in their native country have armed budi:4ol'11Il'1I111111: military ('111111'1111il'lIl1t to defeated I I Idtng 'wi Fusionists
on both sides, it belongs, to bury the tomahawk Russian and German army officers: ( today
remained in the lower grades of a wandering the t'lIl'ilolof the Mate, t'lIl1"tllHIIH'l' the : house and
and shepherd }people, became on Europeansoil of party "tl'lfelIllIl aid with all its though reported with abundance details is: usury excitement 1IIIIIdbtill hill the public 1111'111',111 have 1\'pllll'lI1 their Intention

pillars of culture and of the sciences. mighty power in the final solution of the not yet sufficiently authenticated. According peace, and I ileem it due to 111\' fellow citizens to follow thl'l to-morrow., Fusion:

I Poetry, history mathematics and architecture great problem which confronts UA !\. to the reports: the contention WII:4III : to advise! thl'lIof the 1\\I't\ 'I hill this display Governor Smith and Mr. Talbott, speaker oftho .tf'
all tliurisftel: among them while the of t force is without any just cause, and house, leave homo to ,
international discussion IiI
sharp a political JII"jll wi
Chrhti:1II'e: t was still sunk in Ilnrbl1rl III. serves to keep lip the and illicit ;
NEW SURVEYOR-GENERAL. I'X'lll'III'lt 0
There is no poetry more beautiful than the having arisen, that the Russian ntllcersdrew the attention Fri,nm revolutionary proceedings I rl'IW. __________________ ?
It is stated that 0. n, Brigham of Hlack r
i laments: for the lost paradise: of Granada. their swords! : upon their guests: and the Russian byhich 1 party caucus undertook to 7'11 VHVISI!.' THE lj.'In.I..
When we them with Christian: chivalry Point, !St. John's River, has been nominated organi/.e a state 1 lypuriicly The letter :
compare coloiel who presided: at this t feast l, at O\'l'rllllll'lt hll11''all follwilg' to the SI'I tlI J'.f.>
the-Arubs will not display less romantic for United States Surveyor-General( to succeed declared, 11'I 1 again I '
valor the risk: of his life separated. the combatants, from (the Pl'lIf Mr. Taylor, the talentedcorrespondent
"and and indeed and with whom I
magnanimity, they were )( Le Ho I 1) Hall In- political party frll'llIl04 nethan'e
often an example to the former. More ctnltient. and then' sent the German officer to the! at no lilll'l'IIII'III.IIIt'llul'I'1IlIrt to forceto II' Itnrjirr's III'U! will bo

industrious: and }patient than their enemies/ frontier under u strong escort: in order, to secure Iher I ( 1111 been organized read with 111'rl. t : I
they made southern Spain into a paradise Just what the Administration ('ouJ.1po i- ; Illt'IIIII"'I'1I called for, nor have IIVANV, January 23.:<
them against attack by (lie Russians.!
protect
Hy destructive wars, by the extirpation lily have against: Major Hall, it is: difficult : : we had any here at any time. \Ve rely upon The fine '\steamship Admiral Ik(' that '
and expulsion: of millions of these: The Emperor; \ William is: reported as having the ('olllftlllillll 111.1 law of (he ,1111,11111 ether popular craft, //. M. ,s'. l'imr/; had n '
to imagine. He not be the
industrious men, Catholic Spain inflicted on may on right been much exasperated by the news of this t the hOI. t judgment III the people' till I > indication "good run" and brought us: 1111,1 the
hl'rst'lfun injury from which it is scarcely side of the Presidcntal question in which the violence, and the account, whether true or of our (':1.0 The police force 11I:411: Cabanas IIIH'I I the ::.I, lit an hour of
}possible she should; recover, since wide tracts: present Administration is taking so interested authorized by Governor (Gurccloii; and 1101. Tho Initial trip of this vessel, inaugurating
IIf'Lhe fair lands false, as regards the particular facts related\ under of u ci'ei-dy and luxurious route be I
: ' wilderness: a part ; or may may well be accepted as Cllrt'l't.'tIII far as it of puhlii buildings for I the protection tWt'l'l Florida and Cuba, proved her (to be
retiring from the ollice. However this and the ono of the prettiest and best behaved
exhibits the! feelings of animosity which, III11lu legislature "tl'IUl
l' THE LESSON. be of the to Irol'ly craft In American waters she I
may we are glad opi "rtnnity u lIilllt which had
I bocherished Ixitli any I"t'l
The: practical termination of the conflict say that Major( Hall i Is a gentleman who has unhappily seem! to on threatened in l' ;'lt..II"II(! : : will ply weekly, and starts an hour lt'I'l "
sides: in the armies of the Czar and of the 1I-Ill'IIll.t. her trip bearing Mr. ,1/
discharged almost :
in Maine the whole matter to the rdlr
presents: : by his fine qualities: of hell111111, heart 111\1 11"1
,
many (German Emperor.' War with Germany: is: islature had assembled: : I and Ir ullitd.: Since oWlt'r, IIlt 1 number of New York min(
country: most "strongly, in the aspect of a endeared himself to circle of '
greatly : u large
that timoull the forces mind military Philadelphia guests
said to be favorite(' topic with Russian military l'ltll'll'IUIII\'il.,1
much-needed lesson! to be well examined 1 1f friends in Tallahassee, which he long since have "l'l'l under the Iolh'l' the ll'plrl. !In an Ih'l'llIIlIl'l'II'rhlg Ihl'e tilrll.
meantime the II
and ofulLparties. men ; people arc roum I lican organization without I 1 l l, ;
carefully analyzed by thinking men selected his permanent home. The same la presence lt 1011ltll llll''u 'I
down by taxes levied tOI'lUl'I'tol't'IL"t armies.THE any force to opposu (hem, and without any 1IIIl' lt tht'lll''r, clfliusy: marine omnibuses -
is true, in a larger sense, of his accomplished! constantly to
just 1 for imposing: upon the credulityof thl'l'lIh'l capsize,
The circumstances attending the struggle: wife, whose! kindness heart and gentlenessof GREAT OKEFENOKEE.Wo tluutie0l.I tt, Thu lawful government of to time .i'purthngsteumer, and am t trying to

, of lI jll.( yet fresh: in the minds of the people, manner and disposition: !! have made everyone find the following letter in l-'orrt and the state has been excluded 1111 the statehouse complete this in the midst( of the babel Inseparable ,

reviewed in dircd' connection with the who knows her the warmest of friends.. l&rnim, and copy it with pleasure. The St.Mary's through Ilillnr\' U""I'laU"II. with The are symptoms from: h tl an going intention of the ship There the I

Maine a(lair, }present to view one of the IRISH FA 31 INK. hU:4ltllhl'rtult'l'n: overlooked by (he armed IItlllc-IIIII"\I Ilt'l: I Galling: ,gun (' \' '111'lt I entrance anchor..; HO I have lust: tlmu to. tll\111- tlmdistinguished '.1.1I

most remarkably anomalous political eras and it affords fieldfor I and the state 1 to an I ('xl'lirllll hl. No doubt; you; ; L I
sportsman, yet a greater -sllj'C't expenseof 1
The European] world exhibits: the wonted have been told. all about the
, in the history of our ('olllltr '. true tltoiMand.s of ( for the purpose jol evening
Slimmed in few word- the contrast discontent( and unrest! ; but no marked or sport! than any region within busyreach of maintaining this military show, it isproper spent at til picturesque little \ -seu dtrot
up a from the its
inqiortunt movements are indicated in busy centres the country : that our people should consider t thesematters Key West
may be made thus : From the resiKCtiyedays : tlllYIluartl'r and whether In th't minute's: alter landing dense \
I
the last three I"JIIRIII.Jlln.. :ad, isso.Acquainted ). or not they are willing I
: of election in Florida: and in Maine, to during or four days. for some! winters past with the! to countenance IIIIllIl'IHlrt such highhanded whirlwind of humanity of complicated

the time of tIll! otlldal count of the \'Itl''ll: by Ireland continues to suffer, in almost every ordinary tourist's route to and through; )Florida outrages % their liberties Are shades swept up through the loading: streets,

the authorities lawfully ttl'IHilltl'lt fir tltlt county of that beautiful island, from want of embracing the Peninsula, frtolllCII to they ready and 11'1 to yield their rights bearing the general and his party in triumph
food and humane and sensible men letting Gulf, my attention was ulnioM\ accidentally as 'l'CllIl'l, and become slaves to forces to a little tropic park, where the customaryspeeches
purpose: the events of the contests were almost ; called to the St. Mary's( river and the region, which are thus burdening (thl'l with taxation were fired otr, rather in I.tl'r style
identical Charges and countercharges alone political "llt-'Culutioll and agitation for of the Okefenokee us u hunting rllllllli. and undermining ululI'tru 'il their than the average. The (lll'l '

of frll11lanel irregularity were freely made the time, are considering anxiously how to The result: of a more Intimate acquaintance fret llIootiUtlols': I 11 but that fU.IUI.of the buildings;" about the Russell
:supply the starving jwople with bread ; the with this beautiful region, not only bore out the hUI't ('lt sentiment of our HlIlst were decorated I with flags, illuminatedwith
both both and the
by parties in Mates: confusion citizens in and made(
benevolence of and the truth of the information received, but will discountenance this IUltl'rIIl4llIIltht'rl'.1 palms
and the uncertainty existing: in each England America willie makes: me desirous: of imparting it to all the and sustain the legal lIIitlryullrutilu government irresistible l hJ groups of pretty girls.

case, was the occasion uf' a large flocking to- taxed to meet the demands, and even the readers of forest and Slr tI". in Its efforts to restore: IKWKV amid order. leaving Key NVest at 1 a. mil. we t'l incountered -

gether "visiting: statesmen" from different most strenuous exertions can hardly avail to The Okefenokee i is one of the most remarkable and promote the welfare of the state. I the lazy, but to the 1111:111,
avert the horrors of famine from tens ofthoul'lallll. swamps on the continent. It can JOHKI-II L. SMITH, Governor.JAXL'AUV Ilwell'olll roll of (the mien|
quarters to the scene of conflict. In Florida, .. of the Irish l Ill easily reached from St. Mary's or "'t'rlUlI1- 1M.-The Fusion senate met with rapid stream. We smoked matt the forwurllc'k
the returning I board, with a Republican majority population. dina, on an excellent little mail steamer under until well toward morning. TI retire a
command of only I"e\'t'l members. In the afternoon, w0II,1 have been u sinful waste of moon
Jno. Richardson
Captain
threw out the votes of counties, towns ,
FOREIGN NOTES.At .
most of the returned and I took light. rli
whom many will remember, a year or two JelJ'l.1
and until the result satisfactory
precincts, was since, as one of the miumst: ''upulareuptatinsIII their seats. The FlIlloll/tl are in better Tho reception at Iluvuua''tms speedy and
to the to which belonged Berlin, it is alleged that proofs: have been simple. The general's
,. party they the St. John' river The Imat leaves Ht.larY'H party WI'fII..yt'll:
, discovered of a close and intimate association spirits.JXUAKV ashore nixm the captain-general's steam
and whose success they were determined to Fcrnandina twice a week, making
/?.-The legislature met
1"u"lol und half iidhonr lutcrwere 1
yacht
existing between German Socialists! : and the trip in about seven hours. magnificently
establish: at all hazards. In Maine a Democratic -
I but aljufrlUl without busi- fn
Russian Nihilists. Many will that The mil up the St. Mary's is charming, transacting any 11111.1 timepuluce. Nopulutcs.worcfired ;
governor and council jierformcd a suspect and alone affords more sport than the St. new*. They assert that any attempt to arrest ) from (the forts: but nature stepped[ in

similar duty, under cover of law, issuing the proof are invented by the Governmentto Julies and Ocklawuhu, where drawing ahead their state officials will It resisted by und tr'utUl u.s to I double-barrel lea earthquake .
certificates of election accordingly. Just at throw discredit on their adversaries: andto un the most tempting alligator or dainty in honor of the evellt.'u were dc-
force. The Court
its
alarm the bodyoT the people against attempts duck i is now strictly forbidden! und the prohibition Hllrt'lIIl! announced mhcidell'stintken !by he },rll.t'l'lj. about +
this the parallel There ] '
point ceases. were
unanimoiM II die
evening he ,
declining to
is! enforced, esjtedally since the sad 11'd"ill recognizethe ) )1\'el'lllg
no threats on the part of the counted-out at revolution. accident on the (Odawaha, which resulted I in }<'u'lll legllslature, and the day of arrival, !but Jhe real It loU en j

Democrats in Florida that dire vengeance D ith at (tw4imJinwple.-Time National the death of a lady passenger there.In occupants of the .1'dnllJ legal joyment of the thing I was reserved until .u. I" I I

should overtake the peri>ctrators of the act Gazette of Berlin, an official paper and journal the neighborhood of !St. Mary's on Htuh.-Iui It in., things 1111all0 hart un ague fit
Cumberland Island, deer, bear and all kindsof egisluture. The following is the sulmtancutt we will not SINHI, : Dons were ashallysmarelastime .
In Maine the Republicans showed fight announces the dralh of Turkey: as being 1
game abound, while the uet-work of suit the opinion : newer11ersfirthey ilont|
, from the first. The two contending partiesin very near at hand. It goes on so far as to water rivers and inlets are covered with The court says it cannot admit include t'urtuluak(' among the staple pro" .

1870, after the scene of conflict had been indicate the cause of the approaching catas locks of the finest duck, and swarm with the niilicatlon| that the statement ali 'J questions"V'U IhU'UOI. I Mal'Wl' hear, I by the \.

transferred from Florida to Washington, trophe. It is not revolution at Constantinople "finny" every tribe, from the Ol"l'OUIiSnSpICN before it are presented by any legally organ- cable, that ho rllkt etelldl..1 us fur as Key 1
\Vest shaking timings the "
to the dainty trout. During the (zed > to up npon top-
submitted their differences to the Elect >rul or foreign attack which will bring about delightful excursion from Ht. Mary's to Tra legislature under article so as section require 3 tl court'sipinion t'll of your peninsula.i We devoted theremainder \

Commission, agreeing to abide by the result. the do\ ifall of the Ottoman empire; it will der's Hill, dozens of alligators may be seen ( however/, that constitution. the of the night to meditations in the t '

That tribunal, controlled by a Republican die of starvation Its last resources are exhausted sunning themselves on the warm (tanks, rentlemcn l'n""miuj( questions have an 'park, with plenty of company to prevent ourii111ginnely I
the Sultan's is affording splendid' sport for the rifle and revolver desire to know their legal ( ITniniprovodojioii lots, notshadowed l
majority, firmly adhered to a partisan view treasury empty, the and 1/llCt duty as by high walls, are in good de- $
from that jxiint the tourists citizens the
can court It will give I of
of the matter, and decided that it could not empire cannot provide for its daily sustenance i explore, and the huntsman enjoy the won- he rea"111 why it says cannot entertain some or answer maUl! fCIirl Crallt und those with him

ff
of fraud and irregularity, but mutt be bound by for one cannot live on without money-a This marvellous region is the summit level different IxMlies nf men, each claiming to Ix excursbonint.thcuiantatl"nlull of the island upland regions
truth of the great canal designed by the Government the 1 of a state, >car andas trt returning uliout Sat
indisputable as regards, individuals and legislature upj
board. ;
the action of the returning A unanimously to furnish an outlet for all the products heir right to enact a law its __________________ t
Rer"ubli'un.Supreme Judicial Courtin still more evident In regard to States. (,the Mississippi Valley and the Great West 1 the 1/lvioll duty of the judicial IIl'ulIt TUK Columbus (Mississippi I ) Index takes a

Maine, upon the submission of the mat. After thus announcing the decease! of the to the Atlantic coast at tit Mary's, and it ment tl Inquire and ascertain for Itself, with cheerful view of the negro exodus, and making 1

tt ten in issue, three several times, first, by the chronic hick man of Constantinople, the Her- literally teems with game of all kinds, almost- mar without 'IUl'iOlluu.lrl''Uh..1 "by claimants, a virtue of necessity, nays with a 11''m..
outgoing Democratic then by the : pin journalist searches for hit( natural heirs unaccustomed to the crack of a rifle. \ a.'ittIK'ks which of J'r'utllhe Jug spirit of resignation ; We are not in any '
governor of duck
frequent'it>> sheltered whose
pooU, cople, it recognize 1
eUI.tUlutl opened to the exodus. We hope the 1
counted-out Republicans, and finally by the lie bitterly regrets that_ Germany was excluded while trout from five |>ounils to seven |)(>uiiU as laws, wluJ levies of taxes it will enforce, J'11 movement will grow, flourish and ] I

()ut- enerall'll Fusionists, has given three from any share in the recent divisionof are numerous in its placid mere(, Herds of etc T court is 'hound to take official no- We hope it expand the proper.oixralons .

several decisions on the case ; each and all the property. The olicy of disinterested deer roam through iu virgin forest ; nimble ice of the doingH of executive and Icgishi- ( until wi n'adJ'every part tlll1ot., 01 y of
squirrels by the thousand leap (ruin the five of the
government and
MlcsUiiippi but of the
of which have been unanimous, and all indirect benevolence, to the benefit of England, Atria *- oaks wild in Iartmentl South. Andwe
moss-grown ; turkeys large when (' 1 by the proiter authority !- hojM, furthermore, that the whom it
conflict with the daemon of the Electoral and Russia, which was paraded at the lumbers abound, and offer splendid) sport; to i I" UIK II their validity. Wear may ( away will find In the negroes country they

(JJIIIIJI ,i01&. The two affairs are parallel Berlin Congress by the German representative I: bear and wildcat add a wholesome" zest to bound to take official notice of his- pi to,Irr t'UJ"1 welcome, and every in.
no that he the keenest enjoyment ; while the roar of trlcl facts and matters -of publicno- due ment of comfortable home
again, however in their results; the effect of one supposes would adopt the grim alligator" cballermgesttmeemithusiar oriey and interest way
in
the solemn judicial adjudications in each In the event of another division of Turkish tic hunter, at it reverberate through these nidst.. We cannot accept transpiring& the statement our become.nllI'nty permanent of work, to make .thel The stay place and ;

case being to tecvre the success of the IleynUiCUM territory Would Bismarck take a slice of vast solitudes. which asserts fact. matters that are in made these dtlzel will be filled

party Turkey itself, or borne bland in the Archipelago A recent survey of this) wonderful swamp, onrlict with the record and with historical !in time by while ]> } ltnl' will settle on
s't' behavior of the covered with some of the noblest fund tim. tl.t. We cannot shut our to the fact the soil, make it their home build it
The personal principal actON ,or Egypt T Of course, the writer does ber in the Union with lakes Governor t'Yt up,
interspersed Garcelon
and Council
djreganled beautify it, and add to in
huu
on either side in these two remarkable I not go Into particulars but some of hi* crit- and teeming; with all kind of game gives the opinion of this court, given in ilritl fold. I every.> way a

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'. GrNL:iri, ivri'ILiflixc:; :' Ity'tlie!. );;; ;l ;;. Troops have boon unit-nil interests of the country require the reorganIzation II. J. 1IAKEIC &V ItltO.. :"11\ Ti.XTJi', nru'' TRANSIT re WI..n':; ; UAlJIO\P I INli.1] :( ,

to tlic of the l'C'nMcola Yard :.
-- )place. Navy and to RAILROAD.rrit. ] ,

: Electric: Light, stork hai.II...1incd Tim riiiliulelpliin and Reading Railroad put It in efficient working order1 will take 01appropriation Axn PEXIXSULAR::

con i 5derably. hai! been seized for unpaid) taxes due to the of :!-lij/JIfJJ.. What( run that. 21 :5 Pearl St.. Xew ,'orsn'I'tl'lHU" ),. 11111 !''' .] :SCHEDfLE.[ :( : [i.oixo: soma.

:'. XoiiFoUv's (Chief of Police, I\\t'II""II. committed Unitee Stales, aggregating over half a million odd dollar be for?) J \TIOXS. 1 E.tvr:
i\u..FERNANIilN.1.] ..... :3:40: r. :>t.
'. ,
10ii:{(
"c.. ,; suicide, on the :LMtb.Joiix ? dollars.)) An injunction was granted THE Prl.jI"t i is a new )paper) published 110.\::: ;lI..IL\IT'Ii: L'0A1).2:5i} : P. ;M.1M7 I.

; "r; further : at Hrook ville. Hrrnando county, the CALLAHAX[ .........::00 r. M.
. :,.J' Fit.:: Kocitnnn, of Virginia, committed forbidding proceedings. : :! ,I'. ;M........ .
11.ff first: number we. have soon is !before "". It isimpossible li(\ l : OFOKA likV, ) r. at. ..1)1'1"'i1'ON.) ...........lA1):: : r. ;M.
:: < !!IIiC' l1l' in Atlanta the 27th. A took
XewOih-anson
., on acct place' near : ( : li..1IHAXHIIHAXl'II..tUI(; r. M.I'M .
.
.. 1' to uncertain: whether it I Is the |lint HI.P.. ; :
;;t tt_ THE Exodus: investigation: continues( : and the LV.th, between Ii..1.: Hurke, of the Dnnoenit number nut what volume it is but : r. :M.,.........HALDWIX...........12:40: r. M. 'f
or ,
or wi
;: :. there t is some interesting: testimony.Mu. and If. J. Ilenrsey of the ''?'''''. Xobloodshed. 2:18: 1'. M........?)L1NVILLI.11:49: : A. ;)I.
Two .shots fired without think it will he one of our most t interesting: :; "onn"s"'l.at'S: 3.01: 1'. ;M............LAWTEY........... 11:03:( : A. :M.3JI2 .

( J\I<:I.Iof Pennsylvania, is endeavoring were exchanges, and we cheerfully "exchange.;:: : : : 1'. M.,..........TEMPLES: l:: ......,....10:14: A. :)r.

r'. { to have the tax on quinine reimposed.Mus. effect, when friends effected an ninieablcadjustment. ,'{::32 r. ;M.............STARKE I: :..........10:37: r. :)t.
As! TIIK train from :Savannah fur .J1ll.kOIl.: ::1-101':
( :SpKUifE has been entertaining Mrs TUB !has. tontinned the villc'vas passing m station :\fI.n: on :Snttday! 4'M: 1'. M....,........WALDO( ... .........0:4): *( A. ;M.
Senate nominations
: Conkling at a dinner )imety't'hat :settles it. : evening; :some miscreant; fired) a j Ii istol I'lu.tut \<;I: "'ltI I': :MAMTKE, 511':: !) ;M........OA1XESV1LLE: :: :........ H\:;' ) A. M.
'.5 of James: Hn ell J"I\\.II. Minister to 5:531'' ; '. :M......... .VRREDOXDO.A) ..... M: *\ A. M.
THE shoe factory of the KIIICOllllt;\ )', X. the Pullman sleeping' car'the ball crashing ............i\I((5; A. )I.
:
England: ; John W. )Foster: Minister to Russia : 0:07: 1'. ;M............ HATTOX :
Y. penitentiary was destroyed by fire on the Lucius Fairehild, Minister tll ':Spain: through: the heavy glass: in the upper' (Lsf S:: ) .AHC1IKU: ............7:32:: : A. M.

; ; ......HROXSOX: :: .,..........(1;i:52: : .\. :M.M:07 .
20th.TIIK. deck of the car, and the fragments of glass: : (Under Formula of Geo. B. Vi rrestcr.) 7:12: : I'. ;M.... :
S. Minister Mexico and
Philip Morgan to .
,
.IWEK.jOJ( : A. :M.
(
: r. M.......OTTKK :
.: new Cromwell line steamhip t Isinltiwin Philip Wales, Cliil'fof the Bureau of Medicine striking; the face oft lady who sat oppositethe ) : 8:47: P. :M.......... ROSEWOOD: : ) .........5IK5: A. N.

went aground in thc Gulf near the Ualize and Surgeon-General( the Xavy.Tnttr.B place below. It was a Morrow escape: ) for y,0::; 1'. M..........CEDAR' Kg.4:1: ;:> A. M.

on Monday.XEAUIY I the lady that the :glass;( : did not cut her face I'enfiiNiilar ICailroiul.
1-01'1/, Pronounced Growers the
by Orange very
The railroad should
seriously.
: STATIONS.
company)
,. miles of is he
fifty : to putdown
in sewerage hundnil lives were lost In the Peruvian take pains to (ferret out the guilty ]party, if 6:00: A. M.............\\"..\J,no............

"I., Memphis. The work has already revolution.Ir Mtfh a thing 1 is: pll--i"ll.-SIfIl1/1If1I'rr'!;: *. 0:10: .t. :M.......... SANTA FE: ........tli.'JO::: P. ):r.
been commenced. Tree 7:40: A. ;M....... IIAWTIIOU\1,10:15:: : : r. M.: !
fir the
Ilest .Manure
is stated ]that the German government 'I'nl.1Gry: Fltticer must: have a lively! time Orange ) .
t. < IT i is predicted that prices of iron will continue ......... LOCH LOOi..1UtHI: : r M.
intends: to levy a tax on advertisements. : in the KNsimmce 1 and Okeechol.ee. This
: on region : : .
I n. 1: )I.X'JI.T.I1I1't.
: to advance, and that nails will be !$f 7 ,
IIew II11I''rM. has: heretofore been considered out of FKHXAXWNA: ,,\., lIl'{'. 2a, 1S7U.!
per keg by March.TUB .
GitRvrijuantitiesof t cotton seed I are" shipped i I the world. Xow we have communication -- -- --
Winter Season, 1M7 and IHHO.lEOHOIA .
House: of Representatives: : has passed: from the Mississippi[ !; Valley to Marsiclles: with this inluntl.ca. The navigation of the

bill granting a pension to the widow of where!. "genuine olive oil" is made from it, Kissimmee: : to Okeechobee is exceedingly interesting ( : AND FLORIDATXLAXD :

I Lieutenant Homier. and exported to the Iii itetl :States.; ; t the distance, from Tohopekaliga' OKIUSTIK\S: : COMPI.KTK: JIA- STE.t II BOlT CO.1I1: : .*Y.

THE South Carolina Supreme Court has THE new government of Peru has: hecngenerally Luke to the Okcechobce i is: according to Mr.Fletcher .

decided that the tax levy act of the last Legislature )) reeogni/cd by other, nations.1in: four hundred miles, nt (least. ]HeMI.VH NUItES. TIME SCHEDULE:,
,' St ISTff.Xo .
J.:, was: invalid.A 1. i-ter (Christianey has: been instructed: from : lilt took us six days to run down the Tnklny Kffect Tunfrlmti,1)veemGr ,

HILL has !been introduced in Congress to Washington' to follow suit at !such time as stream, the! river is: very crooked, in some SKASICKXESSI: Xo OCEAN DAXGERHTHE

respects: more so than the Oi'klawaha river. FOR KVEKV: : FAUM CHOP, "
. enlarge the number of U. :S. Supreme' Courtjustices lie may select. btr
n\\ .'. The only trouble is: getting "from Orlando to
to
twenty-one. ...
Lorts! HLANC: in the French C'liamber of .
the head waters of navigation ; this however, r'" I r
TilE act providing for terms: of the Federal Deputies claimeil for the people the right of I "_ J. r
is lessened accommodations from ...
hack Or-
by
.
.. courts to be held at Maeon[ (Ga., has: been meeting and /.( associations: as: fullyas lando.: Fearful: must he the :sight. down Prepared scientitic principles to producea .".F't. .. I ...1,.

approved !by the President.: suet rights existed in the United Static. there, alligators: of the carboniferous period, large yield per acre. :t' _.'. -

THE new steamer FfarMn arrived at New The! 'hamber rejected the proposition.: and it may bo mammoths, we don't kilo v.- 'C
I'nlntka I1erthI.Death m\MF.ns:
Orleans on Saturday:! last: having: 111:1110: the JOHN BU[(:IIT in a recent :: {'Ii'\ ,
;:: trip from [ in; ..IS hours. Parliament the of commission o'F'ed It. Gilbert, Esq.
:'j: d' Memphis: appointment a :; Capt.' JOHN FITXUEKAI.D: ,

,'f' A DILL has been introduced' to convert( the : to go to Jrl'lalillunl :sell the farms: of on 1'hill4al'lIt the: llth inst., in occurred the :I."th'I'ar at EllfalllaIn.: ot'hil4l1ll'.,, Afro DEXLKUS) ix "DAVID CLARK' ,"

,:;f. barracks at Savannah into public buildings: landlords! to the tenants, advancing three- while ni mute for this place,'of pulmonary Captain WAIII,

,;"' for post!; otllt-c- custom house, etc fourths:! of the purchase money from the affection, in Ids: last: illness attended bv the I'HDmOnJClJTtHUL CHKMKUIX: ( After IJa\' undergone' extensive! repairs
'i public treasury.TIIK : all'ectionatc! ministrations of his ailirtellt'ife are now in FIRST-CLASS:: : ORDER: in every
; Mu." I Ix>oVN, of Illinois, violently opposed{ l li and the kind apices of Mr./ T. W. Givens; department, ami will perform the

j:"; the bill for the relief of Fit/-John Porter first blast in the construction of( the and his family, Prof. 01l11:
That to its Do LcsM-ps' Canal I was discharged, l\,' the lie was the eldest son of the !late Eli Gilbert ; and Florida
: f'; ought:; secure : passage.: hltwl'l'llI'alll:1: 1 connecting
little seven year did daughter of the great and during:; his: 1 boyhood went to school NITRATE: SODA, Savannah: : with the lila-rals: .* :Steamships
i : THE Treasury officials at Washington havediscovered''irregularities" ill Afterwards he connectedwitb
: :; jniney. : was
:
(Co. t for New York
engineer on January lOih, on the summit oftlae of the Kvi'.ii; :Su'am-hip ,
several Wc..tl.rlllllltl northern
: : : in the accounts papers: also: with Philadelphia, Haltimore and Hos-:
; Com Calcbra, the highest: t portion of the and bit a year ago was a :southern correspondent SUPER PHOSPHATE( :: YDm.HlT'l'lLTl' ; .
.of Hlodgett, Collector at St.t Mary's.Tur ton :Steamers.:
1".1- .: proposed: route.. oi' the New' York tfiittti, in which dOlNil soL'TH.J .

: students of( Emory: College at (Oxford, capacity he labored hard to bring into prominent > ictil (,'ris'kJ.eaveSatannab..titiii.--
Tin two eldest of the Prince ofValcs OF
POTASH.
: sons ,
attention the inducements: offered by .
Oa. publish paperealled I the /: .
: a /IIfJry.1Il'lf.SCVl'rnl : \ Aftcrnooii.Tliurs-1
V. Florida aged] respectively si.vtccn and fifteen, who I Middle Florida to :settlers! : and was zeuhnuslyenergetic clu\ _\nl'i'lllll III.
educated
youths are being
tilsi
:. hoard the Jlnrrhnnlf i : i :; in presenting: the claims: of the Friday
there are on un midsbipmcn, XITRATE POTASH. Arrive Fernandina..Tuosday: Evening; -
: home of his buyhin.ll.Jla'iy .
; ;,.. have !been hideously; tattooed by their companions of readers will recollect several Evening.I ;

r: A TELEPHONE between St. ouis and the { with the figure of a bro.id arrow Oil Interesting:; nor articles concerning the material MURIATE( : OF POTASH, (}il/I"f HfiiliirtiiH
Leave :4a :
nuah.fues.lay.lt'tcroloiiSaturlity : -
vu
? \ Union Pacific transfer the Missouri
River
: : : i'ltenMis of this 1'lC'lllltthllt in the
.
appeared
the side of the nose.!; All England is: horrified \ : ( Afternoon.Arrive .

" ':' a distance of 110 miles is: in successful: op ; and truly these thoughtless: : youths! columns of the Jlirnlil last: year, which were HULl'IL'fJ'OXJoIIA: :: Fernandina'.Wednesday: : Morning,
.. eration.ATTOKXEVGEXEUAL. written. by him. His ambition was devoted ; i
:Sunday Morning.
have involved themselves in a scrape which\ chiefly' ,; an humble ii>struiMc/,t r' ''' DEVI-.XS) has: "ofllcial- they will never cease: to regret in after life. effective good. for the building. up of the SULPHATE OF SODA, Arrive 1'alatkit.\Vcslncsday: : Evening.:

! t{ ly" informed Farrow, District-Attorney i t of The sorrow of their parents and family at country.
His generosity of disposition: : was attestedby Pure Ground Hone. ooixu XOUTH.
, Georgia, that he will\ not recommend his re- such! unseemly conduct 1 is doubtless deep Strictly
donation of i several acres of land to the City tif ll.idyl'lllll- ."
" nomination.THE and sincere. lacNdeii I County Fair Association I and his Leave 1'alatka.rhursdan' Afternoon.Leave .

TilE State:; of New Hampshire) : has com- )good wishes: for the prosperity: of this section Jacksonville' : ...........Thursday NI ht.
STATK X'::JJ'S. prominently characterized article from Our circulars give full particulars, and are Leave Fernandina..Sunday: :; .::grp.111.Friday.
I men ml suit against the State! of Louisiana: ids lie made useful chiles will interest Arrive Morning Saturday
-t nailed
: pen. a possessed : free to all applicants. They Savannah..Monday :; -

on certain bonded indebtedness, in the I!. S. A couiHED: woman is lecturing) on the exodus : aline intelligence, and was lIih1I'atri"tic' ; \' you if you are interested in Agriculure Morning.DaiId .
Supreme Court in his motives. Personally, lie wastrendy or Orange Culture. l.VGiu; ('/I/rk-
in Madison.HOMI .
: respected: by all who knew him for - -,- Leave Fernandina..Tuesday: }Evening; :; Friday -

JOHN KELLY: the Hig Injun" ot'I'anllna- > J.\lI.: hams arc :selling) for (Ii cents: in his gentle manners: and amiable diaposition. ST. :.MAIIY'S RIVER PAC'KET. Evening.Arrive : .
Fur a long time he has suffered from a Savannah..Wednesday, Night Saturday -
past ,
;:. ny thinks: )[r. Seymour would be "a good Jefferson county.
catarrhal l complaint and his: untimely end, Xight.XOTE. i .
candidate I because he could. 1 poll the IIl1it.10 1 Tiiutrv wagon loads of I immigrant1: arrived scarcely in the prime of manhood, has: saddened : .-On both, trips, South and Xorth,

])l'lIlol'ratic'otl';" in Sunder county recently.A the hearts of those who knew his usefulness : t IJ 1. the David Clark will\ \ ('allllt all way landings.:

) : and appreciated' his generous: and All trips: terminating) and starting from
A to the .
; HILL entirely reorganize navy, by 1'J.O:>:<.\{'OL.fbhill -smack: recently took kindly disposition: for it was a distinguished: Fernandina connect with Transit: Railroad

;'ii the sale of old and worthless' vessels and the lat) snappers in! ten hours.: feature of his: naiure to advise only such STEAMER: FLORA Express: Train to and from Jacksonville: and

.jl construction of new ones, has been reported IIdicHlII\\11 :such conduct as would result: in TIm there with Steamers: to and from all landings
Osiioux is about
k the House Naval Committee.Tin lx-:x-F.X.\Tlllt circulating geld I to others. on the !St. Johns: also) to and from l.Gaines
by CVIT. JOHN I RICHAKI>
)SOX,
;o! ,.:. thl't'tllh'"olllll'r what he wants now.MAJOU The sympathies of our community are extended vtlleVald..), Cedar Key, etc Tickets are
'j.' ; appointment! of Pinchback as naval to the bereaved family in their hour :sold through to and from all the above
l'os.\x'r has: been advised by telegraph WILL HUX OX THE AT.I.HY'S 11 IV.er
ollleerat Xew Orleans is being resisted bys of great -tloll.-J"i"ry ; points, and when Steamer City of Hridgeton)
i:' of the filing:; of the Mipcpjedeas bond llrrnht.'T. _.. during the season: as follows! : runs through; between Savannah and Palat
-- --- :(
the of Xew Orleansand l roT.UY'I! EVERY: MOXDAY surd
petitions, by negroes : 'Il\'o
in the railroad cases.J. JII.I.OU"'SFL01qn. ka, passengers: also have the choice of going
THURSDAY MORNING: at 0 o'clock for
.: the Republican State Committee.THE ? by rail between Fernandina and Jackson
t L. 3tcl..\Ktlx, of Gadsdcn. county, killed 'EKXAXPIXA[ \ ; and will (leave FKRXANDIXA ville. -
steamboat Clutruitr with :2KS! ) bales .\ :STEAMSHIP; : LIXE.: :
same days at 8 a. in., for CAMP PIXCKXEY
of his'tine the other audit
one hogs day For State-Rooms: Tickets. and all other
; of(cotton was: burned near the mouth of Red 11\1111111 intermediate landings on the river
1 weighed 1 312: pounds, net Returning EVERY TUESDAY and Fill- particulars, apply to the following! Agents
i River last week; Eight lives were 101'>t. The and Offices:
MOXTICELLO[ has :'.0 dry goods: ami DAY, will arrive at ST. MAUY'S at 5 p. m.,
A. boat Lull cargo were ':llhll'tlut $1.10,000.: ; ) grocerystores Only Direct Lice to New York. touching ut FEUXAXDIXA, Savannah: Ga.-Cor. Hull and Bryan Sts.,
: 2 drug stores: and 2 barroomand opposite 1'ula.ski and $('rc\'clI Unu .l'. "
: WEDXESDAYS: and SATURDAYS
4:: CAeT.I.ALwRYofthesteant.LipS.ieasuath: Fernandina, Fla.-At the Egmont Hotel
only vacant storerlsuns.TliEeIltt'.t'd
will leave ST. MuiY'sat 8:30: a. m., and cane
':,;' has been removed on account of the, collision: > chartered for excursions toIuugenco and to Capt. Jill). L, Roumillat, Agent.Jacksonville ) .
election case: of Bi.beeis. Fla.-Corner Pine
Hay-ami
% which occurred recently in New York har- &
Hull, in the House of Representatives, was Sts., I>r. l L'Engle's Drug :Store'A.; C. I.anphere -
"ll'l't\\'O'HI.
JV, bur Iic Hiiecccdcd by Capt. '
Thk.tl'lIt: A. L. Hungerford
set for hearing on the 'jsth inst.: ; ) ,
, hr t.'' JOHN 11. FOSTER, of Hangor, Me.( has been -- i and other points of interest: III the vicinity Agent.St. .
AN express company has been established Augustine: Fla.-On the Hay U: F.Armstrong .
lF l ;:; : ousted from his position: as President of an THE FINE tiTEAMEllS, i tlf Fernandina. ,
by some Savannah gentlemen, to operate on Agent.
.',. old insurance company, on account of his Palatka
to.* the twNesteamers between that port and INTERN': : TEXAS: Through Bill*, of Ladingby Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers A Co.,
. ;? acts as. a member of GO'rJlorI'l'lllIl's Agents.

, i? Council. Florida.Mu. CITY OF AUSTIX:; MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all GUSTAVE LEVI:

I. HISBEE has procured an alternativewrit >oints on the St. Mary's.C'loMe General Passenger:; Agent
, -c'- M.K. alas COWLEY, of a ( hilt I[
.; Ash managers CITY OF DALIES.V W. }F. HARRY,
to the commissioners of Jefferson
-
: require
; J dren's charity hospital in New York, are Connection General Agent, Savannah.

: arraigned upon the charge of gross misconV :, county to register the voters or show STEAMER OF THIS LIXE WILhleave J. X. HARRIMAX,

;* duet and cruelty to the children placed intheir cause, etc. .1 FERNVXMNV ;\' THlUtSDAY made with the New York and SavannahSteamers. -11-------- -- -- -- Manager.----
TIIK Ploritli'I/t'a local editor has )gone clean for New YORK ; and from New YOKK, Mark: all )goods "('urc of Steamer
.L.. '. care., Her 'Jo East River, EVERY: : FRIDAY for Flora, Fernandina. :tIUS.XXI i.vitHI:,
daft the brilliant of the Pinafore
.\\ppuorniATioxs have been agreed UJH.II over prospects Florida at :3 p: nt.This .

buildings at Montgomery, Ala., performance to be i"l'1in Tallahassee Line, having) no transfers to makebetween GOOD ACCOMMODATION'S: FOR PASsengers. l'l1lUU ST., BET.l'tXTItE1.11(1..\,
, 7. for public by a company of talented amateurs. Jacksonville and :Xew York, otfcr : Kxeursionists: ami Tourists: will

, $123,000: : Jackson, Miss., $100,000; Lynchburgh the best wll'hl'al\.o-t transportation: to Florida find this very attractive trip, as the scenery FERXAXDIXA: FLA.,

Va., $75,000, and l'harle..towu'e,:>t AN earthquake shock was distinctly felt in shlpjHTs.Oranges : i is grand and alligators and other game are

'aF $) ,O0. Key West last. week. It is supped to be will receive special care in hand abundant.For liE\LER J'i THE
ling. further information apply to
the northwest corner of the one which occurred .
Tnsnegruexodusisheg nuingaggallnonthe; 1'\. :,I'\lilm: I : ACCOMMODATIOXS[ : ARK JOUmCU.HD'OX: .
Mississppl lU'l'rre the bouts un that river in Cuba about the same time. FIRST-CUVSS.: : 2,5-tf _Fernandina. Fla. {'holt..t Fruit and t' t'hblt'N.l'OXt'EI.71O1.nU ,
----
railroad leading westward from St. Im- )In. POTSIUMEK and tho ..hl'rln'lIf Columbia -
ollVred thc advantage
or
The traveling public are WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr.,
: is in the same condition! the Haltimore county cngoged in a slanting match on of a DIREC/F LINT WITHOUT : ., KTC.Hlis : .

r' 'unc\ Ohio Railroad? the Will; inst., at Lake City, in which the ANY: CHAX(8IX ('onnee'tiuns made at
Jacksonville with all steamboats: for all 1NE1L11.NEll'51)E.1LElk: : } .>t' ( Ul'll'1841:01
rEczAL'ruini'asltingan to the Sav'uiinah latter was seriously wounded by a pistol' and G j : Flowers Farm and
A. $ on the St. John's, Ocklawaha. '

:. ,'.fU" of the 27thi' bays that the committee shot fired by Pot.sdamer. Indian Rivers' and with the Transit Railroad HOOK$EI.LEn, h'T.\1'Xlm. Garden Implements. 7 tf

,L. ,' having charge of the HuU-Hisla-e TUT Gainesville; SII/ says that a companyof at Fcrmiiulina for all railroad stationsin ____ _....J .

-. decided to that Hull Huston capitalists have proposed to Florida. X.\SS.\U COLLEGE
r election (.Lao. has reisirt purchase Dealer in Fancy Article,

I entitled tq the Feat I the franchise of the Gainesville Ocala fHlW1HTXH! PASSENGER: ( RATES YOUXCJ LADII1S
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'#I'IIE Hridgeiwrt Fartnrr offers( the follow I I and Charlotte llarlior[ Railroad, ulIll'r''t'l'l1ut 1 LOWER: Tins BV DIRECT: LINE:. l.'EXTRX STKECT, FERXAXDIXA} FLA.Shelf "POR

once with its construction.:
: lug; Suppose there I bhould be two conflict )frThro\lgh Rates and Hills of Lading AT FERXAXDIXA, FLA.

I' s lug drcwial certltieates from Maine ,in De- THE 0rt.i y'rj'uUiouN; publUhiil by H. S. to all jn>ints.3SOSteanilr. ,

signet by the Republican Mitchell A' ('ii., is a new candidate for public of this lute sail diret-t (ruinFEILNAN1)1NA -
r -cembcr next, one \ to NASSAU X. P., undercontract ;: I'apers, lecture Frames, Hrackets, .\ Thorough
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the Vut favor. Its salutatory (U manly in tone, and English Kdiirutioii.Spedal .
other -
c' lloyenler,1Lavls, and the by with the Bahamas ioveruiaent, Lam\\Ii.\ Croquet Sets, Hand lasses, Combs,

f t ,won Governor, Smith? makes fair promise; and it declares' itself usopl and are the only steamers that 1:1l\llul the etc. Pai'>eteries in great variety.. -

Slienan'doah >ose ? occurred on the lJ7th in l'Ul'I\'r Ink.tun.li, 75 cents. 11I1.11hu w-
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-_ .A star white and t'ultired alike.A W. ()U'rUWll.'K.nt, IS-G, Music and "'RE. l'U.
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county, Va., Fernandinx. I For Circulars, address
the lat. CTATCMEXT has been male to Congr'as, MALLOUY t\). PRINTING in and .
Jabortrs at Colunibia-furnace 0, II. 1 I JOB everwtyle., at HOT, J. II, MYERS
ter having been substituted for the former at the (instance of Senator Junes, that the l'it'f'O lat.t !Un'rI'W York .Mf lowest: rates, at the MIBKOR&.office. Feniandina, Fla.,

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THE FLORIDA MIIUIOH : FUKNAND1NA FLA.

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LOCAL REFLECTIONS.Correspondents Jacksonville Hems. Acic Coodn. TIN,: ri.oitinv FI.onw.\! TH.\J, RAILROAD. '

A fccases of nice fall urrIH.t1Rlllt
goods: just
.. .. Cart. Boyton i ii to deliver a lecture. JUKSONMUF! :, FLA., Oct. fi, 1870.)
and will r1U11'iMI'IOVi'MINI': : COMI'.1NV.1'crunuditur .
( now opened in the City Mart,
The: great boat race on Saturday i is the all On ami after this date Trains on this Road
be sold without with halanc
And persons having business with this paper,will reserve, together will run as follows ;
please direct to FIORIDA MIRROR Fcrtmndina. absorbing!,\ topic.Jacksonville excursionfrom of goods now on hand, by M. U'W E\ MAIL AND KXPRF.SS: (Dvii.Y.)
.. !' is expecting a large
-- -- --- Leave J.uksonville\ ....................... 3::'JO p. M.
' Xottec to lleekeepern.Uelievlng Albany, Ga. Kleetlonotlce. Leave White House1[ ..................... 0:13 r. it.
that many of our subscribers! are toy Total subscriptions to the State Fair guaranty An election for Clerk and Treasurer of 'ity l.i'a\.I.lIallwin............................. 7.00; t'. M,
ers of honey and Mould keep In-es! enough to fund to elate, $1lnj!)! Council will be held at the City Marshal' ::1'0" IIIf on 1C. It. Line, Lt.an.llal'h\\.illc.. ..... .................... 7:23: I'. :M. '

supply their own tablet! nt least, if they knew Jacksonville: rejoices in acompan.v of "l..ton"l" olllee, em Monday\ I the ninth day of I'cbruary Ll'II:4alld..I''tllI.: : .......................... N07: P. M.Leave .
,. how to do It, we bins! made mraiiKcmcnts! !sup. And Cedar lies.Illeer Ohi!'tcc......... ..................... 8.13: I'. M.
ply them the Heckccper's Mtiyatine, minstrels.: Admission ten cents. next I.cave.tt.[ Carrie............... ........... tl E1: : v. M.Arrive .
a Sipngemonthly :
nt only .$t I.no ,t ,-former !! The first: shipment of strawberries for the Hy order of City Counc il. Like City.......................... !1)\1)):: r. iI.L'a'I' .
llesides j/rnr price S1.BO. made Tuesday. XlI1m.1Itmw 1'\o:>i, Major.Fernandina \ I Live Oak.................... ...... 2.13: A. M.
this furnish by A. Solary on
season
we can nil latest was ,
books! on Fla. Jan. 8 lasu.ussltlt Arrive Tallahassee....................... 700: .\. M.
the subjects, together with nil articles imcd in The H'('.-/
beekeeping, nt the lowest price. The MagatlneIs the 27th-just one week behind her adverted ('oil eye number t' I the most. eligibleand desirable : ...... ......... ........... (1)00) A. M.
I! full of information for beginners! nod gives Lease Savannah: .................. ......., .1:10 I:: ) I'. M.
nd\'lcc! just when\ needed each month In the >'ear.We time. lie-opened Monday I October) ''t It tIi. Pupil Lot, suitable for Business putposc, or for Leave Albany ............................. 4(10:( ) t.. M.

will furnish the .Mirror and the Mngntinelo Fifteen strawbeny lelrigenitors have arrived received at( any time and at the usual rales Leave Tallahassee ....................... 5151': M.
nil who apply, on receipt of the price,83: .00 It j ear. from Philadelphia, to transport: a portion To the I' lill'll1'IIf Florida this Institmioi City orStibuiban' Uc'sidt: 'nee! lava Live 2:t.; \. M.

----_. of the new affords, every fll'lIit1I1'ar: home for the Ix'im Like City( .......................... :'AM: A. \l.
SEE Sanhorn: t Host's advertisement.AFTIK clop.Major thorough education I of; their daughters.t UPON F.ASY: TKH.MS.: Leave )It. Cairie.......................... 4.LS: \. M. '
new. [ Coiiant 11:11'hl'I'1I appoint commissioner LeaveOlustce............... ............... 4It: ) .\. M. .
--- : in the Xic bolls House ease: to sell The Sinner Seti'tna Machine. Liberal Disc-ounts on Values allowc'd to Leave Sanderson., : .,......... ........... ... 3:20) A. i\I.

t\\o /fine days' we arc liavingannthcr; the property and pay the debts. Mr.I John Macken/ie\[ has taken the Leave Harh\\"illl........................... fflH.: .
told, northeast !- of ruin. Dr. Baldwin and( Charles: Holmes[ !' !left for this I'Xl'I.1l'lItl'will\ : machine, and iinencjof is now' parties engaged: in mannf.Ktuiing or industrial ..1.1I\.III11tI\\.III"\ .... ....................... (i.ltiA.: 51. !
House ........ ........ 7 03:
-- --- furnish nil and enterprise, who will civet on the )propfrt.v Leave White ... : A. at I.
to repairs
Washington on Monday\ to lobby for an appropriation prepared supplies: \ 11l'1'11I.1'lit Arrive Jacksonville..................... 7.3o.M.: /) '
Tin 8f. .10111I" 111111 1I1'I'l'1'lIIrti'I'' it. He '
City llrirlfdol/ passednp substantial
: the John's bar. purchased : improvements
to St. .
improve i" cents a do/en, and\ all other art k les at the On Mail and IXpiess Trllillh'l'pill: Cars
on Friday with bl'a'yh'iltlll"/ .\ mandamus, writ, commanding\ the ('ttnl- prices 1'tnlolblll'II\! ,. manufacturer.. Cal /for resident: or in which to conduit their run through to and /from Jacksonville and tt ,

misioners of Duval county to levy a tax to and see the late Improved ill .-the mos Savannah ; aNo: Lucas :Sleeping Cars run '
Tin: City nf Jhtllin arrived on Thursday: complete machine in the troll(. ::1! business i \, through to and from Jacksonville and\ Tal- v '
pay oil'the judgment of J. 1 H. }Dtirkee, WII'Iralltc.ll'l''I'lIth' '
with a large! quantity of freight1 and I a !good; IXDFCKMiXTS: : :: TO) 1.\ tq'\'lTlt. lahassce.FF.RNAND1NA.

1 list of passengers.TIIK James the C1)MMt'itLtL. EHh:: )' exemption for a h.t'lnol' \c-ais from I IINPRIISS: : : (Dvuv.'.)

'apt. Fit7."l'rall'1'1I1'W steamer, % Leave Jacksonville....................... 11:13: : .v. M.Arrive .
foundations fur the new passenger ]f. It. 1'1'int, has: been chartered by the ::'1.Jullll' t'Ht>AM>IN\ MARK BY I WM.':f-I.AW1H\C'OltHV:C1 HM'I:kl Y, taxation o lie red by theotial l'ilil'1'IIIl1t (Baldwin........................... (12.::\ill t.. M.Anive ,

Feinandina. .. ................ :'l.iOp. '
depot at Centie River: Mail Line, and will run daily towns. Aj ply to .. : M.Leave
Sheet \\harflia\e( been\ :-IS (i Ii) :as1ICosin ;i;
cHUpl't'd : between\ Jacksonville and Pal.itka.. Spirits!, Turpenlme eommoii strained. SI 2\!: ( and the :-superstructure is\ in process Tar '. ( In market, (11::(). 1) (m 1.<'lIl:1: T, ..lgeut.L't I Ll.Il\.lIl1llwln............................. 1:20:: r. M.
of I'n'd inll.'H .\ too-confiding/ :Sunday: excursionist: complains Crude 'rurpentine.Iiouue in market Arrive Jacksonville ..................... :2:3,5!:: r. M. J I
__ __ I that the last entertainment i of t the kind i I, Cotton$ca Island) in the seed........ 4y.tS! ( : ; t Otliee Hlih'IHlIlllllil\lillg, Feinandina.liitf Passengers: for Feinamlina and (Vdar Key

"'. K. BuKMmiT( agent, has an advertisement to Augustine\ last Sundiy: was a fraud.[ Jo'lmX.IHHI''J'II.. AVUKlr.Coirefled [ : I. .- -. ...-- -... .. -. __ take this train. No train /'1'011Bllldwin to .

in to-day's Mtirnr. llu i is especially! The greater part of the time was spent at by :\Ir... Clurke, dealer in fruity, CMICICITT 6t' II.iItNIS.TI" : Cedar Key on Sunday. 1 I

' anxious to have the people try\ his prime Toeoiil'wl.l1t th'seenery.t. Vt'gvntbles nod (Jarden Se-eds. XI.I'TIOS.-\t. Baldwin with A., (G.I it jj'

" Tennessee beef.Ir. The Ilirrzc gets: "011 its e-ar" h'I'lII"wc per bushel M'ClkTAIILI'H.PotiitofN. :.. Jl 1 ID C'SI 1 rI) It I 1\\\ I It I I'::, W. I. '1'. I R. !H., /fire Cedar l Key, Gainesville\ :.

-- --- --- \\'I'Ct \'otIlIClJtl'r liuslit 1 ............. (0 I liO' I (tll (I TlCuMmue : and l'crtunolinol, and all points North and .i
[ Charles: W. Lewis will have charge 7.s.ith ( per hundied,...................10INI( (I.y 11MKI, DOOUS( :: :SASH, HI.1NDS\ ) We-st t ; at Lake City Tallahassee, Albany, ....... \II
as / ( .., )per tuurt. 10 (>o ( J Savannah, and I all points: North and Went ; I, )1
Agent/ of the Florida Town lnipro\ement just unc it'nk behind'' its xcliciliitt time to and Cow 1'ea.s, per luiidicl! ...................... 1 75: (,I) 3 U) I'ainlN"" and I.iibricatla Oils. tit Jacksonville with, St. Johns River Steam i i(1'S.
... 0 Oll a I (II.I -
Tomatoes, per rate ('y' "
Company from and after the 1st lrox.n J. N. F.LUOY ,
) .
franc .Jacksonville 1'thl' bar. }Don't be Kill l is.Apples
communications\ will, therefore/ be addressed : per bushel!.. 2 (K) < so "techy, brother Russell ; you've !got a Lemons, per hundred!.... :tKd( ) ( ) 400ItauanaN ( __
to him. UKO. 1). (hl.'IIUl1'\T.; line bar, and ought to be proud 1 of it. per hundrud...........,....,... 2MIaU( ) 500Coeoannts :
you .- each.................?. 0 10 t.4 (115l'UI'I.TIt TillII'LOILIUt: J
TIIK of the FCI'IHllIlilllInllfae[ v.Turkeseaeh .
t property Hotel rlrrrlals.ltillnxr 1 25 (tit 1:1l1: Srn'( \I. .\111':=--'I's Foit

turing! Company' was sold on Friday to : JI OT "..-WIU'hl'l'I] WI'i ht, (iet'he'Ill'IL..................................? 7t: (rU IIMI 1 LAND I AND IMMIGRATION[ COMPA'YOFFERS [
SanboiniV for $jUo.() This establishment l'hh'i"I1"! grou n... .'15 (mil 40 MAHVIN'S: ::4.\Fl':41::
hurt
Detroit) ; ('Jen I
is now engaged I in the preparation of Maine; Mrs ('hal'll'1'Wcll"l Xewburypoit, Ducks, grown, per pair.. I 100( tea) 1 2P1'KKS :> 1t'IX':4L.ID[ MON'F.Y:: IIIL\ WEn "
)1.\ :
for Mass; Miss: S i KTitcomb: Boston; Mr and Mr[ : per dozen. :25 (il) .t
:saw-palmetto the manufacture of .
paper.Wi ( Price il/Hi)
John Curtis, BostonCount\ Basseritz: : Ger- ntrellKU'H :MEAts. tOO.OOO AereM""
-- --- .-- 111:111A J T wnse-nd, Bo toll J M Williams, Heef-titeaks................................... Ii (,1)) 12
1,: learn that the beautiful flower beds of ; \ ; 1'ork... 0 f.rt 10 tlOII.I.'K\: : SHIPPINd( CAN. ,
i Henderson .
.I'1' W Moate" S P Levon, II Mutton Uov/ III Of (the most:
Mrs. J. Whitner were raided upon Thursday N McDonald. Hampton, Cu! ; W II Hurt, N Sausage... n: *

night, and a large number of) the choicest Y.J; L Woods, St ouis( ; (1 \\' Fcnncr and .'1.01'n. M::1':1), ic, ,,STOVF.S: TIN \VA1t1Jtr'l'in : : ACCSSIHLK( |:: ; AND DESIRAHLi:: 1 i
wite, X' Y; Cluis James, Baltimore.MVNSIOV Hay, per) hundred) |rounds. .. 75: &) IHIl'Ofll. i __ i '
., !'l'l''illll'lI1'takl'lI, chiefly floweringgeraniums. Hoi-si Col. '1' G J White Beau- per bushel.............................. 1 : ,
This i is a piece of vandalism Oats, per IU.HH-| | ..._.. HO 6iHranandinidillinKs
tort, bC; T Decker, N Y ; W A MahonyKild.ire per 101)pounds, 1 :leI (r D I 40 ../. Hoofing/ and (itittcring by sklllcilvvoikmeii
which ought to \be punished heavily.WE Fl.v; T J, Burrin taiwte-y, ('at,; Flour, per barrel............................. M !5)) nt \ M at low rate's.i ': OF FLORIDA, t1
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u F B lIlIIl'I'1'\, steamer Pa-time t ; F 11 Hominy, per barrel........................ 4 71: (,i) 000) .
have received from Mr. J. X. Whitner Cole' New (ill ; Walter G I Coclm.m, Jacksonville lee per ton $1iJ. Hi-tail j\:'(.. per .lot); per Ib. 2t. (Iill i() WKST Bvv :Si'HUT: At only $1.23 per' acre to new settlers 4 with) ;( i

a :splendid specimen of the Bleiehfield cabbage \ ; T A Darby, Battonsville, Fin ; J the privilege of selection\ in parcels' of 40litres :
Williams, Archer ; l'S O'Ncil, New Hoj.e ; "'. K.WIIOI.KSVI.K. IIiU1iN1( II'1'. JACKSOXVILLi: ( :, FLORIDA. '
anew variicty introduced by the !great or more These: lands are located on t
Mrs! S l'oll' hllry, Brunswick, (in ; H C Ru- Aao'r
seedsman, Ore-gory, of Marble-bead 1, )[uI.. mode (Glenmofe, Fin ; .James Mac'kleberry[ : [sign: of the Golden Stove. :?:!.tf' ami adjacent to the line of the >1

If it i is as good to eat as it i is to look at, we :Sunny .side, (Ga ; U C Moor, 1'ngland ; J SSiillhant AMI I KKTVll.BUTCIIini ----- -..--. -_. -- -
shall have u royal feast. It is said by Mr. Columbia, Ohio ; O H I' Rogers: AXD[I STOCK IH\: Llm, JA'KSONNILIE A'lLAN'1'llU1.1'' AND WF.ST;: INDIA
Maine; Gen W Sweeney, Jacksonville; W L Asoiestler TRANSIT:; CO.'S R. H., Alt i 1
Whitner to grow compactly' with a :short Button, X Y ; C K: ('ros:
stem, and bids fair to proveery valuable as L Hollow-ay, Urooklyn ; Miss I/mise H Du- extending! from FF.RNAND1NA on (the Atlantic : :
;: ; r IJKKF: : SPECIALTY.Bitoovt : AND HHASS: FOUNDRY
-I market glass, Brooklyn! ; W F Scott, Ame-lia, FIn ; IRON
variety to (,1:nAn laYlIn: the Gulf coast,
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-- --- A A Brown Transit It It ; A J Miller St :STUI:FT WIUKF,
tsU thus affording to the pnxlucer cheap constant I
,
Garden Seeds. Marys.ST I'.Mf) FKRNANDINA[ FLAF j
..... and rapid transportation' to the best r
J. I:. Meddaugh! has just m-tTvcd per l"rIH.'IrU'f/rl' 1.IHt. --- -- -- --- ----- MACHINK[ : SHOP.
.n v' r'ri 'I' markets. i
steamer: a fit h lot of 111'11.11'1'1'1011'1'1.1l'1ratL'(1: .
:: :.\ I"III1''In' OK DVI.I.VS.-MIN S V Hol- The belt of traversed the Transit J Ji
country by
garden and field seeds.. lIe says he cannot liway, Miss L II DouglassIrs; : S Levis, Mr i !
but that he will [ Mrs Wilson and! 5children R, cmhraceti J '
atlord to give them away, John MeCufleny, !
such to almost amount MissXc'ttieJjui'gley, Mr[ 11 Kingsleyand wifeMr -, T. J. MURPHY[ PitoimnoK.STKAM J Jto
give g\oll1ll'a llrc as :: SAVAXXAH WKKKLY: :\\ 1:\'ImY'AJUBTY OF SOIL : ,
[ .111 Bevis, lr.H.'I'I'1'IOII.. Mr X B Jenkins 1'11I' .
to that. Any way, the seeds: are there and Mr[ CL Elliott, Mrs I K: Turner CaptAverv <<

the time for planting! i is here: *
Time, the Man and the Place. J (CJonla, )trSu11uel.te Millen, MrC Fitz- chapters of/'a c harming Nl'rial1'\tor\ )', euttt I ledMITI'I'I'I' being peculiarly' adapted, to the culture ofSKWITHOPICHI \
: KNdlNIiS': Sl'JAR:( MILLS.( ( AXD J
-- ---.- (even, Mr A L Miller\ Mr Fn'llr l'k'nrg's, Funrs ami Early: Vegetables! Hand J.
ALL KINDS OF [
MILLMACIHXIHY
Mr Franciscoiirona.. Mr IlenrvCrosent MrS -
The Great Uncertainty.The : The ( Jioillet Timber \
Iwgt 'outpwt f
: HIULTORRIPAIHKD.VFIRSTCLASS : ,
Louise
i: Cann, Mr B J Barber, Miss: 0110.1.will. -
present aspect of tho Georgia railrud make these lands worthy of CAHKFUL KX
By )IIt.S. OPIIHLIA; XISUKT l : U1IID,
affair is: one.of anxious uncertainty. Col.\ :STEVMHI FIOKKNCK, Jan. 2t h.-C Loretto, ANSI AMtXATlU.V by manufacturers of Li'MiitK r -j jAMI
: WORKM IPAND
Cole has LeNin consultation: with I'I'l' ill'lItI"talldiforlllf W II[ Gilbert, K P Fitzgerald and wife, ].: MUnk OF K\TONTOV, II I V., NAVAL SrouKH. i

the L it X load, but nothing: II M[ Collins\ \\' H Hurt, WTJonen, SriucT PUNCTKAIITV is TIIK Hem. 1NEW
M I Baker, (ico Dermott. (in'I'II1' [oate. Author of "My (lothcr'1'lIall htl'r. .1f- 14171"FI.EItNI'urchushig ;
se'cms to have come of it II" > et. Donald J T Henderson I M Williams tcrvvanl," and 1 "Mrs. Dare.
H X Me : !
Orders from distant will receive\ carefuland
a I
Central railroad stock h i reputed improv.lug :S P Lev in, O (,,\\liIlS. attention. land from this company are furnlsheil "

in price. On Tuesdiy: in :st: \niiiiah it ---- prompt. with entire the Transit .
free jxiimye on
Those who have the deavnleofe
apeliedtirmatilfl\\( iajel i b,MII at tho former MAttlMi forded 1 by the perusal enjoyed of this gifted, mind accomplished .I SHOP : HAY 1 ST., NKVK TilE SHIP Ym, Railroad for family and personal: cfTe-cta.

. figure On Wednesday the price adyancsltOS& 1 1 TOUT AI.lAII'AC-\\'F.EK EMUNO KEBCART 3. I lady's previous productions, will to the station nearest (the hmllll\lrdlaI'l.l.!!

DINRlxLM. riccil no commendation: of this her lust and dec7-tf Jtt.ksnuVille. ,_Fla._ __. ___ TITLE: cO I1'I.Jo'n: ::, being! derived by I
--- --- BFTS. HIGH P.M. most successful: effort, to thl'Ui.r/
The Macon lirumtn-lck Lease \\'ei"lIcy.Jall.) 6.:M 5.:-"J 8.41 A.M. 9.Ml the rare literary treat that awaits prepare them. ii. I:. OTTIICIIC: : grant from the Unites! States and purchase' :
65H 5.:.) 9.liFriday > U.'i '
Thurs'y, :29,
The Brunswick ..1ps'nis i very hopefulover 30, 6.57n: 9M 10.a( MFFFITisa-tory: absorbing Interest, from the State of Florida.
Sifday, 31. 6.\6! 532 1038 11.U1 and its publication will run through some '
the prinpect: of an early developmentof Sunday, Fi-b. 1, 6.:.V. :5 33: ll.lit: 1149 eight to ten issues of the HV<'//y .Aim and ininNANDINAr; FJ/WIDA: CORRIISPONDIJNCi( ': SOLICITED.Descriptive ; .
the purposes of the purchasers: of the !Monday, B, 6.'iU: : : 1211 the HuiiilfiTelryrnm.

lease. It argue that the Georgia:; Central Tuesday, 3. 051 5.31 1246 1.11 Subscription fit: u year, $1 fir sit: months.Money UK.mil: 1SFine M\P and ('Jlu.t'J..ULilllIlh'll onapiilieatlon. .:

contract will not be ratified, and that Governor [ can be sent by Money Order Registered .
l\trt rirnandlna.AltUIVKD. .
to of i letter, or Kxpress: at our risk. I CII AH. W. LKWIS: ,
be enough keep
Brown will glad
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J. H. USTILL, Fstmliy Groeerlen
still and let the rival lines: from the west to ; l IWf Savannah, (ia. I4ind Ctimmlssioner,

Chattanooga i our their freights over the January US.-Steam l'uekett.: Job ii s, Office 'cor. ]Beach and Seventh tl.J.tf .
thence Vogel, Charleston. "OX('UUI' IIOljHI':. AMI .
and
State Road through Atlanta, by r -- ----
'lllIClncrIatilla Ilivcrs I
January 2;. : '
the proposed extension of the Macon A. Bath. Y (II:'';. BUFFINUTOX, NTICKI'.TY: A IIIIOTIIKII
13 PROVISIONS.Customers t tj
Brunswick, to Bruiiswiek, January 'Ji! .-:Ste-amship: City of Dallas,

The Chattanooga Traces publishes an interview Risk, New York. CoK.\tK or PINK!: A>U FOIWVTH HrunrrH: !
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CLIUHI-D.: "I.KRNANDINA.; FLORIDA, .l lM
with :Stanton: who loudly threatensthe JuekMoiitille, Flu. ; .. '1
suits whenever they January 2*.Schooner: Nellie T. Morse, : '
new lessees with can rely upon getting! CHOICK:
hhall undertake to assume control of the I law ley, Philadelphia.January } TERMS 81.iOU 92.OO 1'l It DAY, KAe-TfKKlW Mil DKALKIM IN .
Fl I.ra
UH.Schooner Ilogers, Hog- GOODS /
Macon A Brunswick: Road. This: the Appeal( ers, Perth .\mbo\'. According! to lunation of Itooms.rniiis : UN iNOTHING .;

ilmracterizeu as''bosh," and-as an attempt"to January ?!).-.steamship> City of Dalla-s, f Ntovew, healers staid Ilaaiges. :;
Riloka: levy blackmail..! __ January .!).--Seh M>ner Abbie Dunn, Fon WFI.L.KOWlHWrH: -: H CKXL : : a

POSTAL CARD COltltESl'OXDEXCE. taine, New York. rally ltH'att.'tl. and having Been renovated 'fIS'Sp SIIKKT: : IRON WARE: \
,
:W. Packet St. John's L. throughout will l be kept fii>t-daas '
January -ste-am ta a '" .
are kept in sits'k. ,
Cedar Key. Vogel, Cliarloton. liou.se. The Proprietress, having had exK'rionce -- -- .--- '" I /
Eliza 8. Potter both North and will .
January 31J'holll.r [ South spare) '
The magnificent steamer Admiral arrived I).-ni+..lt'll'ashingtumi.January nu 'tiuins for the comfort of her patronn, in sir'T1tY "'6-; 1l0ofJUSII GUTTIMUNO: } j

here from Havana on Monday morning: : last, 3D. Brix hula (Nor.,) ngseth, making the house home-like as any in the -,,' .

and left the same afternoon on he schedule} Ilio tie Janeiro. uty._ :n.tf t R'.IAIiM.iNN'l4Prepared ,

time. She engages to make two trips JK.T Hoot and Mora. ANGE14 A HCIIM; >, 1.1. 0 ;.. Just re'eivetl--a large consignment! of 1F]j' .

week to Havana, distance of 300 milt It
of making A new'stock jOlt!: rwfivesl at J. for her that she is capable
is claimed : ('OXI-'I'eTJOSJm., :
IS knots |*r hour. Her captain think School yotlce. 1l.KfH.SU Flour. j.riuU-ly namel l-It is a jewel. We will nut J!

15 upon an average. Her schedule b: not On February 9th, the undersigned: will ('IttiiraGroeerle \be undersold. ';

bufticiently! ascertained to give it with cer oj en u private school in the building of ". C'lgurM, and Tul u<*foit, lly 8KCOXD ST., Ol'POSITK: I'. O. *

tainty. Her state-rooms, births, and saloons Public School Xo. 1. ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND. 1

for neatnos, finish and which will be low made 11ETR01'OLIT.tN DINING [
are unsurpassed Jutes of tuition TOYS AXD .FAXCY AItTICLEN.11'eildifg's (
comfort. Think of it We can leave here known on application. It00Mf4, ::1OI'INJllite

arrive in foreign country J. X. \\ JIITXEIt.. .
and a
one morning C-tf AT OLD I'. O. BUILDING. ( the Post Office,) t

the next. More of her anon, Some More Kiitfrtaiiiiiu-iit, and l'ic-lIlnl., ...-- --- .- -- T> H H015IRK, PaorKirroR.PHIVATK J
SPECTATOR. furnished the horttt notice, at rock-bot will be a reiruUir com-
MAfcOMC.-TI.ere --- ,
nice French Brutukloth anti S
Of dross .t
torn price*, at I.-Ilfe.l\iu. 47, K. ft
A. H..au )((JuiL&y evciiinir Jiwu+ KXh. .l 7U AKU TJt.\ 8mST BOARDING I IlkAkD
If you want a quiet, nice shave or a good Tweed Coata tttill on hand and will be told AXORL'S BAKERY, o'clock diitrp. TriuuiieulLretUren try err fruttrmuf "

cigar, go tu' UnluIiEJ '". out much below (.o..t, by Centre Street, I lovitea to tateitd. W. K. hCUTr, W. M. Ihlinof' LJ:. No j.ulnn spared to
Oct ld( M lJo.wCn."v ;:1 Opp. fli I*. (>. Building. JOH A. WUITSKT; Becrttry. suit customer l73mw. '

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FEUNANDINA FLA.
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.. diIItICU1.2'UItAL1-- O. N. OAKI2S, TlIEESiREM V

I I I SANBORN & HOYT,

l'SF.CT t'/:'i'r.A ciorrc'i! oiulont of the Grr.

nvtntown; Tdcgrajth I Is writing tt series of nrti-! Yon

cles on the! insects: which do mischief to the I i Throat
I Diseases of the and Lungs.S
i growing ('rol' As: the amount of less to .-.. ..'...,,--- ..,, I I
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' tine agricultural h\fll1-tt'i: .. of the t'nitcdtatcs I ;;rr.IJ t"t1'--1(. -..-,:l','.''1i',!., ,..,-.,'.,tJ'_ _" ',"!!:-;:.f2': AYERS In diseases of the pulmonary HKCOXI: STUKKT; NKAIJ: OKxTKK: .' ,

nmotmt.s to several millions of dollars / HrXTY() I'NDEIITAKER) : organs a safe V

I iumually, it ii!: worth while fur every farmer and reliable remedy is
1C invaluable ..lylu'sCiirniuv
and gardener to I learn all he can of the hahHa FERNANDINA, FLA. I( : }'.:eTOIUf. Is ,

i : mid }period of existence of these active enemies. such a rl'1I1I't111111 noot WW/fF.J'I.\r.F. AM KCT.Vtl. -t
Constantly: on hand
Below will l hc found description\ her sociniiifiitly merits
yip; the confidence of
of an enemy of the fuhlmgc.We : )"':/1'\ M, I C BUItiA1, C' A S K.S. t 4the; public.\ \ It I is a scientific

learn that the; American; JJiitomofngifitH combination: of

I to he revived. If this I ho true it oilers a I WOOD) COFFINS, CHERRY the medicinal principles GILOCEILS 51111' C, II.ANILERS '
and curative virtues
means of information to agriculturists: to In Rosewood, Walnut and other woods. of the finest drugs,

acquire valuable and accurate formation 1 chemically united, of
tTlicierhaJt'r"od" .), V such power as to insure
tit a moderate cost which every one should the I
greatest possible
avail himself of We shall give notice if we Masonic and, other Emblems) Shrouds, and 'i.yji/;efficiency and uniform- ASP IE.Vt.KRrf: IX

iind it to be) HO in fact : Robes.EMBALMING) : I PECTO tfT ity of rl' l1ltM. It strikes .
'
at the foundation of all
The Lnpoitcd Cablintje Iinttcrjlitl'ipri( ,) : [ : [DONE.: pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief

Llnnacim. This Imttcrilv was imported\ into Bodies:exhumed( for removal. Safety /guar and l'Ilpllll'II\'I'M. and is adapted to patients of

Canada from Europe iiliout the year It\.ii.$\ anteed.FURNERALS. any age or cither sex. Being very palatable, III\VI| |Iconx,1| I OATS I |IIIIU'I,1 LIME, I I \C.I.I '
Since that time it has been steadily spreading attended to. the youngest children take it readily. In ,

1 NuitthwurU ami westward Already Orders h by mail or telegraph will receive ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
': has reached the Gulf Mexico[ on its southward ;prompt attention lii-oncuitis, Influenza, Clergyman'sSore

inarch, while it has traveled westward _l":1"Helllcml'r:: that I am c opposed l I to highprices. Throat Asthma, Croup, and Ca.
as far as the State of Iowa. Its caterpillar, I' : tarrh, the effects of Ann's: CIIF.KHY PEClOHAt. ---
culled the "cal)lage-tt'arlll," I is justly pronounced are magical, and multitudes are annually I
be OFFICI'IRlIoltx: : : .t HOYT'K Oi.n STORE, from Mt'I'ioutIncMs\\ its
.., to the mo:-t destructive to cabbages preserved! by
of any i insect which feeds: upon t these! jan4. 1'cn'W. STKKICT.. .. timely I and faithful use. It should be kept A LA1UIK: STOCK OF FL'IINITUHK: ,\\'.\YH ON HANI
""--' - -- ----- -- -
vegetables at hand in every household for the pro.t'tioll

t' This!! )butterfly expands about one and o. s. AKIS.pONTUACTOR : it affords in sudden attacks. In 2-19-lv! .

three-fourths i IHI: II'S. Its wings are white 'Vhoopill (,oll h and Consumption .
"
f or pale, yellow, spotted with black. ]It may AND Bl'ILDKI;!, there is: no other remedy t>o efficacious, --- ---
,I; '- soothing, and helpful.
he seen during the greater part of the sum
Low oft I) It DUUKKK'SLIVEE
l'I'I'S are inducements to try some
and \\I't'\1THI-: -:s:
mer season hovering over cabbages: occasionally
t In- mixtures made of
many or syrups: cheap
them /lor the
lighting upon {purpose
of deposting From )WULTHXClIIL'JET:: HAWED AND and ineffective ingredients, now offered,
its these ,
cggrf. !
eggs;
which, as: they contain no curative qualities,
PAD
AND KIDNEY
ore hatched the caterpillars which are commonly TURNED BALUSTKKS, NEWEI.S: :, afford and
can only temporal'relief, are
STAIR RAILS WOOD :
( EAVESTROUGHS :
called ('abba o-WC'rlll'i.' -
sure to deceive and disappoint: the patient.
These (caterpillars greel,1uul are thickly : SHEATHING, Diseases) of the throat and lungs demand ('(;REM
covered with elevated black ((spots: from WEATHKUBOARDING.vxii a'tivetulletTeetivetreatment; and it is dangerous

each! of which issues a short hair ; on the : FLOORING. experimenting with unknown and LIVER l'OfI'L.\IXT, KIDNEY DISKAHE: FEVEU: : AND AOUE:, CATAUUH, f'
back: is a yellow line, and low down on cheap )medicines, from the great: liability that

... each side of the body is a row of yellow Makes[ : these diseases: ilia}', while so trifled with, FEMALE WEAKNESS: NEURALWA, RHEUMATISM[, DYSPEl-SIA,
S sprits The (: anil I is thirk lycovered Stair und Clinreh Work become deeply seated or incurable. UseAYKK'S
SIDEACHE 1HLIOUS! COMPLAINTS and lJi
: calc
elevated any
, ; with black: spots. These A SPECIALTY. : CHEUUV PhCTOKAt, and you may
f"'" caterpillars do not Confine their attacks to confidently expect the best results. It is a arising from Disorder of the Stomach or lUond.j \ .

s,1 (, the cabbage: } ;; but also feed 1 upon the horseradish [DOORS( AND WINDOW FRAMES standard medical preparation of known and '

: mustard and nnsturtinm leaves: OF ALL SIZES.Po.t <:' !. acknowledged curative )power, and is as j .i'j- Price One Hollar. :Sent by 11I:11on\ receipt\ i(if price. Liberal discount toDeal'l''I.
cheap its careful and fine
When fully thy dcsent the plants as preparation
grown )
Ottlce Box 17.1.jail !' .
ingredients will allow. Eminent physicians,
1 upon which they have been, (feeding, and GI:O. IIUCiillRS A imo. Agents
Fernandina, FIn knowing its composition, prescribe it in their ,
i suspend themselves beneath boards, sticks, _._,__ h__ __ __ ___. ._. _.__.._ ._
etc., and soon assume the chrysalis: form. practice. The test of half a century has No. 1 11'e5t t lay? Street, corner Ocwin" ,
The chrysalides: from the earlier }broods of the tf JACKSONVILLE:: :, FLA.
complaints not already beyond
caterpillars )produce butterflies in seven or reach of human aid.
eight; days after assuming: the chrysalis I form;

while those which assume: this form late in Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., ARLINGTON NURSERIES.TROPICAL
the fall remain: in the chrysalis: stateall winter .

and are changed; to buttcrllics the following I'racllcul mid Analytical Chemists, .

] spring. I In the latitude of northern T IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES. Lowell, Mass.
--
Illinois many of the chrysalis are winter

killed, thus somewhat preventing the too CARRIAGES: AND WAGONS SOLD BY 4I.L DHUGUISTS EVERVWUERI.O .
and SKilII-TKOriCAL ritl'M1 TiiiS.: : RUSES IU ('II-
( of t these noxiou.s pests. '-- -- -

Wherever these butterflies are found thcv To and from' Steamers and Trains.: "' K. ll'r copy, when hent in clubs of SO
.: :' should be carefully destroyed. To some {it 'Ii' 1 *2O is the price of the PHILADEL-/ uous and EVERGREEN SHRUBS and VI.O\ViitIX: 1-1..\X'l'S.

..,1 may seem cruel to kill these fairy-like creatures CONTRACTS( FOR HAULING, ETI\ -- 1'1(1.WEEKIY( TIMES, one
: ; but as each of the females deposit: -. year, to uny address .--

;, from two hundred to three hundred eggs.killing Foe HVLI : 1 )o her copy when sent in clubs of 10, .
r i' s the price of the PIIILAUEL-/ /
." her before She deposits: her eggs would HORSES BUGGIES HARNESS: PH1A WEEKLY 'I'UIIolle NEWxi:- (CHOICE VARIETIES: ;: Budded Orange Trees lAlHI'EC): '1.LTY.,
,
bo to from two hundred to ,
equal destroying year, to any address r
three hundred cabbage! -wornls later in the CARTS AND! WAGONS.:
.'. ') 00 per copy, to single subscribers l. is --
season, which latter tusk: wmhillot be a very 'Ii"" rl lhcprieeorthel'IIII.AI)1:1.I'IIIAVEIkLY :

,' ;, easy one. As: these worms leave the plants i't.'nrtIS: eAHH..t), TIMES, one year, toally .:7P1- Stud fur 11"O:
,t.: ana suspend) themselves before assuming the ucllrt'AA.t AMIK1CT I. IUDUT.M,
f'7.Otlice and Stable First Street t For Six! : Dollars ue will send threecopies
near
;'i chrysalis' : form, pieces of boards: may \be .i 00
). of the PHILADELPHIA/
r. la-\ placed near the infested, plants, the undersurface Broom Street Wharf. 4!>-tfD"Y 'JJ WEEKLY: TIME: : one year, to Itf JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
.. : of the boards being raised: one inch -- -- -- uny u.lelrl'lIIIIK'4tuJl' free,und give ----.--. --
ii:;' or more from tho surface of the ground. ('OIlI:X ISICOTIIKKM' the person sending ns the money
;:; The boards should be examined at I castuace : I H eo4ryof the ANNA[ti OF THE. IXUUS'I'IU.\I. JI.CIIIXEWORK FOR GOOD (:cs'roUJ.EBOOTH
WA It..nh'lIutirullyllhl"truh'd
n week, und every worm or chrysalis: of H >0 the retail .
mile ( PHKCS, price AND) SHOES
found suspended !beneath them should[ be POPULAR of which is Four Dollars. ,

destroyed. Common black pepper dusted. POND) PROIT.ICT.IK.
on the infested: )plants when the dew I Is on, WK: UNHESITATINGLY: ; CLAIM: FOR THE: F.n

f a is said to destroy, the worms ; and drenchingtho (OODS i i STORK:,

plants with lime-water, or a strong: decoction PHILADELPHIA

of the stems: and leaves of the common 11 A 'II.3 HAY STKKCT! : Shop, situated minutes' wiilkpvont of Depot,

tomato plants, is also said to kill the WEEKLY TIMES
worms. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.MANfFALTfKER .

Right; ]here 1 would like to correct a statement ,llu'I{ ()n,'1 lito, Florida. That it is the LAKGEST, the CHEAPEST and

mado by an Iowa correspondent, He the BEST: family journal (published. Write to u*
; is of the opinion( that these mhha c-\Vormi'l for n specimen copy und judge for yourself. In (IFS
its columns the reader will thud ALL THE NEWS,
]latched from which were depositedby :
tiro eggs; .
iiniple variety of Editorial: Literary Articles
the potato-beetle! ; and that they enter the Stories and Sketehes'I'ales Poetry Travel, Fashion IRON AND 1WASS; CASTINGS,
ground in the fall and are changed to )potato- ORDKRS: I'JWll'TI.YTTJ'XmW: ) TO. (iossip. Interviews with Prominent Men Financial .

beetles! : in the following spring) remarking, --------- ---- lteHirts, Dramatic Criticisms, lEeliRious IRON FRONTS AND FENCES: :
Tidings, Agricultural anti 1)01ll1''Ilicrlll'i, and
1 How wonderful are the works: of Nature.
I' S. IU'l'ZI VOi.LElt every other feature that can make a piiier| vitltmlilc. -
indeed wonderful For and Cemeteries latest cIl'Hig'n
I > The works of Nature are ; The miscellany of spirited writings, cO"l'r.hIlt DwvllinjiM ,
but not wonderful enough to permit her to every variety nail nin!:eof subject and thought
M l'hul1the!\ caterpillar of a 'buttcrlly into a will he maintained of old by contributors who I also have the largest assortment of MA- -(K.I TO-
% beetle! JACKSONVILLE.: : FLA. stand at the heud of their spccliklties. CHINK11Y PATTERNS in the State, and

The young popato-bcetlc! which is: hatched "ANNALH A special feature OF TIIK will W IH Alt.the" graphically continuation written of the can till most any order without )parties paying JOHN MACKENZIE'S,

from the egg that the adult beetle deposits : by soldiers, North and South,descriptiveof scenes for the extra expense) of patterns.:
ti somewhat resembles: the adult beetle! !but and events in which they took an active |sirt, one My Machine Shop) is:! furnished: with the Sign of the GOLDEX Sour,
its body is softer, and it is I entirely destituteof Black Silk, !1M)t) c., warranted all! silk. chapter of which will ippear in each number. latest improved' tools, which enables my

the Ilard-wing-cases with which the adult The best $1.00 silk in the U. H. These Annuls have proved HO valuable that the workmen to turn out work with the greatest FIRST; STOUE: ONCENTRE: : STREET,
bound volume containing their first series tinsfound
beetle is furnished. The young IHltlltO- l" immense wale.TERMSONE. despatch) and at the lowest 11.h price. "
Summer Silks at 50 '. (lit) best 70 cts. an !! WATERTOWN STEAM II'IIIt R. Depot
tie, as well as: the young of any other beetle, < ; e ; Agent for the
i ENGINE CO. and furnish their ENGINES 2i:! -tf Fernandina, Fla.'
the can
be distinguished: from ,
may-rcadily :
young [ 14 at 2)e.
at
Matting (' fancy -:
; :
and SAW-MILLS; at the ..
.4; or caterpillar of butterflies and moths' by : HOILE1W ---- ------ -- ----
r !being )provided with only six or seven legs, .MM) Blue Flannel Suits at :$G( to $12.JNloney One copy$2.(X) I Ten copies, 15.00 very shortest satire IT OUDAINED: by the Common Councilof
Five copies $.(X) | Twenty copies. 23.1K) BE t'
whereas of buttertlies and moths Also, JUJ) OS'S CELEBRATED: : HTI.UIGOYInXoI :
the the of
a !'! young [ refunded not satisfactory. [21-tf An extra ropy to the getter up of a l'llIh.Till' City Fernandina;
have from ten to sixteen I legs. The cabbageworm : ::; and KNOWLES1 STEAM SECTION 1st. That no ix-reon shall be buried
does not enter the earth, but suspends : TIMES PUMPS kept' constantly on hand and sold within the limits of this city without a permit
0-3t Times liuildint, Philadelphia.smitirr'
!itself beneath boards etc..i; t the young: potato- Dr. AKTIIUK ('. .'on)), _. ____ _____ _Y.-- .-_-- at Manufacturers' prize' +, freight added. signed absence in of writing such! physician by the!! City by J'hysoian the Mayor or in of tlieCity. the!!
For further information Price Lists, Catalogues
however, enters! the earth and forms .
t b"'tl"i : ? JII'\..;. '
I cell in which it remains lluringits TPVENTIST: ('tc'., address: J< H. POND $EC. 2nd. The application for such permit shall
chrysalis; state. T NDElt and by virtue of an execution l issued 1'. ( I. Box& 3U". Jacksonville, Fla. be in writing, and state the!! name, age; sex, and .
of the Fourth Judicial place of resilience of the deceased
(J out of the!' Circuit Court --- -- -- --- --- person.
Ilt-I''ril"'J4 this Fourth St., bet Centre and ,Alachua, Circuit of Florida, for Nassau l'uunlYOII a SEC. 3. The permit' shall be given by said Physician .
AN 'oriental' traveler busy judgment therein rendered at the full trnuof said MANSION HOUSE or Mayor, certifying; upon said application
scene, witnessed on historic shores : "Our FLA.1V.M. Court in flavor of the Hoard of Puulte Instruction correctly us |x_ihle the cause of the death of
.
1 '"t'lImelaw Il-I I on u beach which was: tho 4.Htf FERNANDINAA of Nassau County and against Uviui ,administratrix d. said person and designating the place of burial
)port Antioch where the disciples were ---... -- of the estate of IJherly liillinifs. deceased FEIIXANDIXA, FLORIDA. and tiling such permit with the!! Cleric of the (city
l'hristkuis. There town and to me directed 1 have lev led upon who shall cause the same to be at once recorded
first called wa.no It. C. lUritYEE, and will otter for wile to the highest bidder before M. W. 1 OW NIF',. in a book! to be kept for that puapose.
"" at trite water's edge, no pl")1110) \ wharf. the Court-Ilouke door,at Fernandinu. on the first ,- Si:('. 4. Any and all persona oiticiating at the
t i4 4 Tho iiaxscngcrs and the merchandise\ were r* ENEUAL: I'OMMISSION;; )lImCH.\ T, Monday of January, lane beinK the tilth day of ; / VRDEK. XEATNESi: *, AND COMFORT burial of any person buried contrary to the provisions -
I
-4J put ashore on lighters: which ran up into said month, within the legal hours of sale on said i-I of this Ordinance, or any crsou certify.h .
day, the following descrilied real estate, or all the >g. or granting a permit for burial in conflict,
the s sand.\ .\ troop of camels) with their driver **-Remarkable attention given to the CuIsine
I 1 CKNTUK: ST., sinn R. It. DEI-OT, right: title and interest of the tviid' estate of lab with or contrary to its provisions, shall he liable
t( ( *. wv on the beach ready to tttlll"ll'r.thl! erty Itillinu': deceiiMtl, therein, viz; ; lots 7, X and The Arched Drawing Rooms and Hall Con.ervutory to a fine of not less than ten, or more than fifty
'giioiU Into the flltl'rlor.1II01lg the articles FEUNAND1NA): { FLA.Hay U in liloek No. 31 ; Lots 1. 7 and H in Block 52; dollars. T. KY1>,
landed were boxes marked Dr. J, C, Ayer & U>U le and 12: hi Itlock 14; 1.1113 and 5111 Block have a quiet elegance that pleases worldwide President of Council.
Cu. Lowell Mass., U.S.A.,' showing thatthl' 27; lot 7, Hlock 77; I..ota 3,6.7 and 8 in HKx'k 30; Attest:
,' contained f medicines and whence they Corn, OutH. Ix>t t. liloek 43; Lot 3. Block 12; IU 1 and 5 Inllla tourists The MANSION, under the care CHAB. AXCJFX, Acting City' Clerk._ _
} i-tr ___ .k Si: : Lots II. 9. 1'J, 'JU: and 3'!. Hlorlc 10; Lots -- -
('u\II('. These with other goods were hoistedon : -- 3. 4. 3, 6.. Black :31; IAIIIt.i: Blank X!; 1..0la 1. :!, of Major F, C. SCIIBEU. proposes to retain its CEXTKE STREET MILLINERY.IIts .
the .lucks itiiueN, for transjiortaiion to FOR KENT. 4. 5. 6, 7. It. 9. 10, 11, 12. M. .... :t.!. SI. 34, pack No.
Antioch. Thus:! t hl' skill of the Wit !sendsliack M-I&nln the City of Fernaiuhna Natuuiu County, name given by the Savannah AV II'.'-
its remedies\ to heal the maladies of NICE) : ROOMS FOR RENT: Slate!! of Florida, or M> touch of wild real' estate us F. A. MEDDAUGH: :

jKipulations) tm>t inhabit those Ea.sternshores : SEVERAL CITY MART, corner ofOn- will Terms be necessary cai>h, purchasers satisfy tuiyintr wild ju forent.. TIIE OLD F.1VOIIIT E." \
-
whence our spiritual.) manlia\ came.Winfmr tre and Third Streets. : CONE: S-heritr. 11 tC .... C. &UIIRER. Agent. Has constantly on hand a tine selection of

( 17.) uliove, Mi. Fernandina. Nuv,99.' ISTU.! the newest styles in DRESS AND SHADE
r ( ClmJIIMt'o Also: the second story --ra. Sydcllvt .
,. .. The alHive wile bait been 1"1'011.... until Monday HATS for Ladies Misses
and
j .-, -- Un)., ,-\lrlll'rlih and Third Streets.M. the :2d day of February t&iO.PCTEU AlIOHIXCJ 'lEXX'I'E)). -
.\. II. XOYKS: IHW NEV, CONE Sheriff.Junnuary RIBBONS, LACES ASD FLOWERS: ; al"Gents' /'
32-tf: Ju the City Mart. 5th. ItMO.ItiiprovtMl. ] and l1o)'1I. Hats of fiiut quality.

-- -- -- CALL AND EXAMINE: :
i : AND SHIP CHANDLER, for 25 TO 5O GOOD LABORERS Mrs. M I. is for
the
GHOClm Notice to Debtor and Creditors.VT Properly agent Domestic Perfect
SnleTHE Fitting Patterns. No one should fail to
\ DE.Lt:1IX OT1CE is hereby given that on the 7th of Wantnl at one to work on the ; try
llI letter of adiuinUtration milmcriber oHVra for sale ten acres of land theut--- tf
..l.\ September T9, .
.1'v '1'rif'IsIOUS! I.I(1 luorNI' Etc.,1111xt were granted to the unilersigned ant he was duly AI.UION, Levy" County, FU., "between At.notlon.lo SANTA FE CANAL. -- --. -- ---- --- .
quahtietl administrator of the estate of Charle and 1Iroll..n.oll the Atlantic, huff and UluhXI.:'\P :3rimnKcmem.SPENCElTHOUSE .
I. lloyt deceasetl, late of Namau county. There.fureail Vest India Transit & lrotLd. The laud is all well .
px niwls-IleirseretlilUr*,and othere-having improved under good fence, and baa a comfortable Apply toNED
cUima of nature whaUoevr against the frame hout*. There are I 50! |*tu-u tree* the
1'B Ii. F. ,1\'ElV t COo;; I'LIWl. any Peach 123 vines- : .:. FARRELL, Engineer ,
estate of the!! deceased. will present them, dulyauthenticated : l"eeu-to and the Honey { grape
and Concord 75 trees 1 to 3: ST. MARY'S, .
within two yean from the publication Souppernoin; ; orange GEOUUIA.J. .
Waldo FLu
r' of thU notice, or they will be! bMI'ft'lI.I"lId years of age"' ; and a l.irg variety of valuable -;
of;
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t ,, ; d ornamental JiruW-ry. W. TIJOMPSOS the
ir said estate requested Kemge house
kNTRE rREkT, to all male persona...indebted.lm1llt. to are ThIS property U iu a healthy and fruitful wtuatioii. Or to 1>. S. FLACK, Secretary, 11 bile: Mountains, Pro rietw.TI1UUII..llt I
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I ., ) FRED W. IIOYT. UEO. UIWNSIDE.47tf : I At J/iVror Office rates, 1'.50 per tidY. Liberal" terms
{tttf FKRNANDIKA, FLA, 2.9-lawGw Administrator. Mirror oftitv, Feriuoidina, "'1-. X7 2t made tu those desiring brand by the wC'ek. 11 tt


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