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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: February 7, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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t11L' FLOEiDASEMIWEEKLY. IRROR. .. : : ,






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\ FERNANDINA, FLA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1880. VOL. 2. NO. 20.


.
t AVU'l OF TIlE VXlTEli STATES. t 1 i I his remarks and course when Mr.[ Webster posed by the British authorities, according, construct ship l'.Ulllllf found feasible!' ; in tervals of business' finds recreation in nmn-

A committee of Congress has just shown, I was unjustly accused having misappropriated to accounts just! received, for, the withdrawal this proposed comii.ni: (General) (Grant; heads tour journalism ; flat our smiling all, prosperous -
the 1I'Crl.t service fund while in charge of their from the Afghan and should! the work be undertaken
in report made to the House of Representatives of the :SUite Department. t'p'iithis occasion, troops territory tlll'Ii..I.t Pr'elects.or'amlbellwhosebrilliant:

that our navy contains but very few' Rufus Choate! Samuel Appleton and other they agreeing to leave the Afghans to select would no doubt be urged to become itspresident. talents are now devoted to tonuflcttt't

ships capable of any service; that for the I l'iizenlofBlll!
most! part it consists i l of rotten old vessel! :* addressed him u note complimentary of his that the English/ if not tired of the Afghan, way of net profits than i is:: C'Illl11 to the
course, und in it said : We take this method COlt It SI'"I"U" ( 'I:. '1
which could oppose no serious\resistance to of expressing to you our feelings on the : war, think it an unprofitable business ; mid TM. 1'ebruln'y'i'he traveler profession he' ahHII"I11
t.uitssnM
an enemy. According to this report, our subject because: it was particularly: gratifying; i there exists, also, the strong prul'abilitthat) bound from Frrnandimi! to the interior of 1! The elegant lul'a.. sleeper "Annie," (.fIIH'

law-makers are under the necessity, of ordering to us:: at the time to see a gentleman occupying i thej iovernmcnt at home, now that a general) : ,J P. )1. with its gentlemanly I II
position! and! from a section of the I :, the state I issubjeited to a delay of several I
your be conductor
construction the election I is understood to near at hand, j Croon, oathVllliauui'u ns
the
navyif
new
a the home )lr. Webster hours avoid j
country remote from .of { at Daldwin ; and in order! to '
: judge that it will not do to continue a seriesof : porter, awaited us at the depot anal with
government of the United !States:: I is:: determined :seeking an occasion to do justice to one this ,
and at the same time utilize the {periodcovered
to hold its:: traditional rank among whose fame i is the property of our common blunders which their political enemies: I j more 1\11'tHI'4 und kindly adieus tmHn
naval country." )Ir, Westcott replied, !saying are sure to turn to the best account. by such delay! I it has become a sort I Grunt received on a Ill11in'r 11'n-ill not
powers.It among other things : '"I know that the generous I of ('II"t.lII; to go on to; ,lm'ksoin! 'illc on \\ hut I
is asserted emphatically that one great and higlm-iumideol people of the State Peru nnd Chili. The English: have not intencned j is familiarly known as the "Mioo-tly" train, long ago, we left Jacksonville behind us mid.I Irushed

ship like the Italian ironclad, recently which has honored) me with the position of ': to put an end to the South Aincri- I: arrivlngftheiv' ut :t\o.::\ tool leaving on theregular I off 1 into' the west und the darkness l't

launched, like one of the! British: iron-chtds, one of her representatives: will, without distinction I, can war. The C'hilialurill" still holds, the ." I the II ht. .\ 1111Iwil 1II'W pleasure
of not hesitate to ofmy : through train f Tallahassee at >:l l.ri. I 1
,
or even such as the Peruvian ll -)IIt;'" could course party referred to in your approve l letter. 1 I valuable! I Peruvian province'; of Tarapaca! The journey to! Daldwin was enlivened by \I awaited u.s. The 1 prettiest: girl in Florida

destroy the entire naval forcet this$ great should have misrepresented them had 1 rich (in tXIt'lIsl\-: depos'i! of guano; and\ pleasant: conference with our l'ollfn'rt'ol'llac was there waiting for the train, on her way

Republic. Our naval r.nown i.- dear t-i our I acted ditlercbtly.mi member of the Confederacy I nitre ; no important movcjnont) of the forces KfiH-fft, resulting in a mutual determination homo Tallahassee: : (of course she lives in

American people; protection of commerce: is more unanimous tir elcei.lcd I than on either side I is reported, nor does it yet Tallahassee: ) 11'011 a long visit Ion II'ighbor.
take the
towards the
!Florida in dissent from most of the political I : to IIl'I'l'I< lIrII'l's permanent
I is a palpable necessity ; for every reason, doctrines of which for many years SIr.Vvtm- appear\ how far the {government of I the new establishment mil'a public library I I lug townI'ith her were two of the sweetest -

therefore, Congress must go to work and ster has been the ablest ilIlIIrl'lllfll ; but the people of that :Stake, amid 1 I late Rector of St.I Johns Chnreh, Tallahassee,
buil 1 ships of war.1XC11EASEOF I his people\ to fresh dibits, or, if peace" i is to form of Judge :Settle; \ loomed. in the
elo 11lI1.Ithut up
of the South generally not
may say : who hound
for a visit to and :
in favorable from
bj.made obtaining !terms w'J' 11\,1
THE GERJIAXAItJIIt;; differences of !political opinion justifythe I distance and he came on board: accompanied
friends in their old
desecration of personal! character' tlu Chilians: who thus farha\e p.-o\cd; ) more loving home. The luxurious
The most important item of Europeannews : I by sundry packages: betokening a more i
After the expiration of his: Senatorial term II than a match for the united forces of IViu : UI1'"illl'II.II'tll'{ two new sleepers
I war-like than b,
is the reported increase: of the army he remained Washington city about six occupation would seem to of the ,
\ the
and lIuli I, Hlilrltll, ns u s
\ a ( \ )1 \\.1
proposed by the Serman Kmpire.: In view years, and is said to hU\'l'1'rl'oIl'rn't! Intimate I tit a magnate of the law ; which, however, comfoits 1
conveniences the several
of the !strength of the armies of France, relations with Democratic) leaders, and to South: .1.f I giro.-\\'e pass t m day from Al"iii: was readily explained. by the fact that the 11,1 lt
time'to the of the actsdoyenrs lately ) or rebuilt,
have contributed largelyat one to the :Southern:: pait great An-an puichnsed
been dcuth the deer
' judgehad dealing to ,
Austria and Russia, the German )
newspapers New York llefnld through its correspondent im'-oilaiit together with the vastly condition t
Continent, and notice an .: movement
hose ut least which reflect the wishes of the at the capital, as well as by editorial matterdirected I alligators and oth"r small game of the Gulf road-bed, combine il\I'I\I',1 the road
t
which has jiM occurred t in Transvaal, 0111 11)
Government declare that the proposed addition to Mr. Dennett with whom his personal J 1111111 lilt II'k. His[ recreation over, ho was
relation were intimate, He[ was: also, i one of the states orproylneesof'"ullai'l'h'u, wending his homeward to for one ot'tbo plcasantcst: und most ,'oliurtnhh' ,
of to their fui-e is way prepare
20,000 military
men
we are informed, on intimate terms with jvhich now professes the'tlnlll'st desiu to for' passenger I tratllc in I the State. The Receivers t
almost! unanimously approved by the German I the holding\ IIa\ term of court Tallahassee"
Caleb Cushing, and frequently{ associatedwith be set free entirely from llritish contni.Grout I like most other railroad I manageis, ,
nation. This increase: is: necessarily a him in the preparation: of important I beginning on Tuesday next. The judge. Is a '
abused for
disquieting measure (for the rest of Europe: cases in the :Supreme; Court of the United I' : meetings were held in this colony )bold and fearless: : \crsationalist, giving are heartily many fl'1101' supposed .
causes: J for it is: manifestly' an I impossibility II I-
States ; but he rarely appeared personally in during the past month, strong resolutions! free to \'i"\\'I'IOII the I I
expression great
looks it political
and France naturally upon an a menace that court. From' IH.VI to maul! he spent agaii t the English: and the English: II\'l'I'Ii. i I to please cvcrjbody ; but t-I fur us the I
particularly addressed to her. much of his! time in New York dl111111, questions of the day, and unhesitatingly ,
traveling public' concerned
ment were adopted\ declaring; Unit tier \people I I are no "ll'l"llhl
I the '
was:! the legal friend und counsellor of George! ; advocating nomination Giant.
JIOX. JAMES 1) WESTCOTT. want their independence 'lill themselves I ask more than is now being done! ,by h'H'r.
Lnvv during many years.Mr. ; ; Aside: \ f n .m this his: conversation" is moderate :
We reprint from the Florttlian of January Westcott: during his life in Florida, I the South .Mites ItejiHllic, they declare and conservathc in tone, and he Cicely I Ii I Comint nnd Hawkins to provide for the

-7th, an interesting account of the life and his was profession 1l'lin'lcn! and uj.l',1 ranked in among the practice the very of that "the Republic i is prepared, in conference i i denounces the crimes ami:l errors of both politlcal ;- comfort, safely and convenience of the patrons

public services of this distinguished man first lawyers here in both l'i'illllI,1 criminallaw. with the states and i. dames of:S,nut hi :| : parties.! Daldwin. still infested. with of the road The question II' highficights

From a private letter from his son, the lie Pussesslvl: great industry, mil a Africa' to enter into a Confederacy: ; they : the /gang of rogues whose operations' we to Middlo! Florida is one that we are

Hon. James Westcott, Jr., we learn that fl'mafkl1hle.,1Utl'e I1ll'ntaf of varied information {promise, moan for" man to co-operate! 'for : have heretofore alluded to ; Iwt they have .not yet prepared I to I 1\1'1 k'UI'OI' ns there memany I

. the statement made in the New York Herald and line resources! ; was often engaged : that \purpose and to defend I our government, :' been would points ('IIII'I'.t with railroad man-
in the most important causes in different more quiet rceesmtlyVt' .sug/ 'i
.f of date to the effect that Mr.[ West God Ovcr) a recent parts:: of the 'J'l'rritorlIJlI; few turn, if any, so help us, Almightj Best to the authorities of that important
) cott was so imbued with dislike to the land of hisday exerted more 'intluence in shaping I assembled ut these meetings, and their manifesto : borough, the expediency of enacting an efficient I Inlll-'ri; but by patient 11\tigatll and J

of his:: nativity that he often requested his: Territorial Washington legislation.A in speaking of : is signed by "lhlrt '-.I0, foremen," vagrant) : law, by the operation of ; careful ('xllllUtol of the subject ( hope' '

5 friends in Canada not to permit his remains paper i representing the Republic These men, : In be able ut some future time, to understand
himI says : Hl' was a sort of walking encyclopedia which the town could speedily' be cleared 1 of
r to be interred upon the !soil' of the United : of national law und history." lIe I being descendants:! of the early Dutch settlers, all such characters as could l not show themselves und explain, 1'lij.l'ntrl I the "trueInwardness"

States, and even went so far as to direct that often contribute} editorial matter to thelft:01 know their rights, and say that t they are of "visible of : of this:: \'l'xl.I'IIu'I : possessed: a menus support. i 1 I
here. His fondness for
'..... ..' should the Provinces l>f Canada ever become } : "hits" was greatly developed practical},jokesand and! r'atitu, fight for them, tho'ugh;: they know ." 'UIIIII""l'l in the midst \the most beautiful -

. a part of the Union, his:: remains:: many of his amusing productions:: in this that England I is a strong power, and they are (On arrival at 'the tact rmipolisthe' !first and piituri'squc landscape' the sun ever

should. removed to some other portion of line have been carefully preserved and are weak. They belong, to tin extensive colony duty whit l'h presented! itself was to refresh shone on, although having the 1'tI'Utltol' (t

the British Possessions: entirely incorrect. oftelr"latl,1 by his cotemporaries. bordering on the Indian Ocean ami lying of being "dead" commercially, has still nn
In 1 politics:: I he was a Democrat, and hissympathies : I the Inner man, and on repairing I Ii \ to I "TheDuval
His remains were brought back to Florida, were strongly southern. During I north of the Orange J.'n'etall':: The Doers I ," conducted I by that courtly gentleman iippearance of prosperity and I'rogn''err i

.m and deposited in the cemetery Tallahassee. the lute war, and soon! after the! death of have a resolute. t champion) in I the distinguishedhistoiran ; General Dolly Lewis, assisted by :Mr.R. incompatible with the) Idea of permanent f'''

his son Leigh, who was! a soldier in the Nth I Froude, who recently visited South I', :. .L. Paddock, we /found, notwithstanding! IIS'lllliol, New buildings, for l'lhkl'l '
Florida killed
EX XSET : D. W sTcorr.-This remarkable regiment, was at Sharpsburg!' Africa and examined carefully into the doings business of of 1
:: the lateness of the hour meal) purposes, some tll'l
Hit
he found it prudent, on account 01'expl'l'!( I an /
man, who died on the UHh! inst., sit ins he had. openly given of these sympathies of the Dritish authorities." His report, i awaiting us, to we "l1'dlzhl/oC justice.. handsome, design and generous proportions:,
at Canada was born ut Alexandria wll1 tlil 1111 }

Montreaj Philadelphia!. to leave the (limited. in leiture delivered the of .'
at going
,
at the
presented a city
city.
the The Duval ): is Irl' up \11'illli'IIUrh'r'llf
Virginia, on l.thday: of May, A, 1). I next to our own Egmont, ', I
184l o.I His father, a practical printer had States: his and death.go to Canada lie was, where engaged he remainedtill there, Edinburgh, states that "the hole; interior I without doubt, the best kept house In the The ItO'k4lf! goods: in the stores were nevermore i

but shortly before his birth moved with his though privately, in the defence the :M.' tlt'outhfri:: during the last! 1 two years has state, and the fact that it Is: "ill1ltl'.1 but n ;, cXh'l"hclII costly than, Illril1 the

family Alexandria from, Virginia Philadelphia, and, Pennsylvania was:: connected, to I Albany raiders. He hud cordial rclatioir- been a scene of blood and fl'I'IIZTh"II'1.. 'I few steps from the whar\es and I railroad.I Ii past year, and they H"l'l to have ,( pretty
with the judiciary at Montreal, und was ands I of natives have been killed! : miserable I exhausted during the season.
with Washington 'l\mt, u newspaper useful i depot, is not the least of Its many nttrac- thoroughly ,
often found l to the bench bar und
then publishes! in Washington city by \\ ii- : women and children slaughtered in cold t'
in matters of American jurisprudence, I tiaras: [X. D.-We paid 1 our bill "like a lit- I
liam Duane, which paper gave ardent sup press history and politics.He blood. The Dutch) \ who had half forgotten I tie man,"] The pleasure!of the table wereenhanced I How AN OVVI/H HKID Iti:\'r.vts.-A contributor

purttollr.Jeikrsun'suttmiimstrmiti.nt.Chvn leaves two children surviving/ him, their wrongs. now hate the name of Eng: the of to the who
[senator \Vestcott wa-squite young, ins latliei: by enjoyment plesant converse Alll'rll.tl I'"tlrl/i"t
moved Sew hut bet is Judge James I). Westcott, and John, who is haul" Proude proposes: to try what the policy ', hud I rend funny story about owl wl'ilg.III ;
to Jersey ; doing *<>, in .Australia.. with )Ir. and 'ml lr.I. I D. 11. Elliott, who 1 neck 11
or !soon after, his son at wliool m U .i ii- of ja..tire would do ; he would "give theTransvaal returned the latter frolll'll'hloC his OWI by looking at I man who
tae just / around him tested the
hit was matter
ington, were L-nmpicteii j, in Midi school:! 1/IU IU.\ NO TES.SjsriaEnnndpnliaa walking
the Dutch and
as the place then atl'urdelI,1b "seholu-tir to re-tore Cetywayoto i I the great hOlt race, with which Jacksonville by experiment. He obtained a fine speti-!

ucation. He did not have tne !iavaal.i.-e i oi Cl/lII-on the Slfrt: Xululand. He would give them each was all agog, and the former from superintending ";t'1111 i"lll't'tl.hll on tll1'11"1 "Hwas
lie i lu-d law inBridgctun t'f""JJfllllltm." The 1/ondoii Tlni u collegiate course ? I i to I 1
the Chamber of the an t'xilihitllll h.t'\
Spanish Deputies passed 1 for"
111'111'1 never
li .
Xew Jersey, vvh rhe murrieit Ith..tll
,
ti\'rt"llilf'lzol
about lift'! year 1S__ ; uu.t l im-rc he piucticcc; bill (for the! abolition of slavery in Cuba. : the inhabitants of this: territory as hopchfsly "- .1 of his new !strawberry refrigerator. CIII 1- I 1111' Ill' whll. 1 was in his : 1
I I estranged from England: : ; "Englishmen: ; liott who is for the Florida ) lly around the 1"1,0 few 1
his! profession until fhespriii.rof l.s_.1, when The vote stood 2.10\ to 10. The bill had previously agent: Dispatch 111 wulkllJ j
he was appointed by President Jackson, in it adds I will tindit difficult to rccnnciltthcmselves has to Live 11.\,11) I1' fixed on him
passed the senate. The provisions I Ilhl f.II.1 I necessary desert all tin while. \ remained motion- '.
of whose nomination and election he
favor to the forcible occupation of a country" -
and take his residence in Jackson1'llle. .
had taken u very active part, to a positionin of the bill, now t'nat'h..llnto a law, are such up lens, but his bend turned t'XII.t with mv
the Department of :State: Washington, that if the law is enforced\ slavery will\ come -as recommended by the Itriti-b Gen-; ,I He has doted 1111Il.t with untiring 111'llIl'1111'JII J was Jlif way)' round),

under Mr. VJh liureti then :Secretary; oi to an end in ten years, and)probably; it will eral-in-chicf"who-e people them Lire 'that I energy for years to tl ""IUtlolof) the was exai tly behind, Threequartersof

State. This:: position lie re>igned in u short also be from those of 'theadjacent they never have been, and. do not wish to be important problem of rapid and safe t transportation a circle \l'r.t'IIIII''h.l.'' and still the sum
swept parts
while and in June IHJIJ he away twist of I II rat m iU lit Ilurl' j
layor was appointed Her Majesty's[ > suhjectsI'e restored the ( (1111) filllwl
I of Florida fruits and to
vegetables
Secretary of the Territory of Florida archipelagoes! : : where the institution III.j me. One circle, change.. On I W'lt,
. and soon after came to 'rallahas.' ee. WhileSecretary is! still continued. The "bill gives freedom dependence of Orange Slate some years ; the markets of the North ; but the crowningsuccess Iwh.t round, and still that watchful staru I

" : of the Territory, he several times immediately to nil slaves above fifty-five we ought not to hesitate restore.. the independence I I of his: efforts: in this behalf 1 Is the refrigerator and steady turn o\th(' 1I'I' On I went,

acted as:: Governor, being such by virtue of of the Transvaal,if tin equally good wluch he hr.c llIl uII I lupin r'IIto' I.t I.
his office, during the absence of the Governor. years of age. Others are made free according nl'l1tioll'.I. hjllt ,' the head did not drop : \
be made its
out in favor. \
lIe was the acting Governor during the to a graduated system all being: emaucijwted cose can brought to successful ('OIIJI.tOI. Finding all at Ilt.U j Ilp'o"t.r',1 what 1 failed\ to

session of the legislative! council in the year by the year 1SOO.; The t'IIllIrl'llwn. I'
1832 to and the as council.such udressed This the annual, and other( pie, by the method now adopted, will have canal across: the isthmus of Panama: and by the "I r wbt'rr '- rfwt'r in Cllurl.lol and round could t'111. turn his. head, whh to follow h was my us move fur ushe t 1

sage messages delivered at the same paper session, show time given them to prepare' for so great und various rival schemes continue to elicit warm j I \orfolka!! lot only defective in many Il'ltl with comfort, he whisked it bUlk
I II
not only u lively interest in the develojiinent radical a change; experience is in agreement and earnest tilll'U..I"Il, and grave questions resects, but was controlled pnu-ticully by unumntilsdy through the whole circle so lu"tuutulu'oul\

of the territory, and a full appreciation with the principles: of social ami economic I international law and rights; are broughtinto at the high rate of JInl.t'l ('('11/ and brought it facing me again! ,

of notwithstanding her condition his and youthful necessities! age,,but an also adequate science in showing that it is highly desirable the arena. The American Congress Is per quart for its use in trunsportlng the fruitto I Ir'dlol that h I In"tailed I 1 1011Iul to 11.1..t intently the move all i I

capacity fur the responsible I'o-itiun both for the welfare of the JHTSOHS to be prepared to tire off the Monroe Doutrinc. market, tot to JJltll the additional the time. 1 reheated experiment ninny

he tilled. Of seventeen vetoes made by him, enfranchised and for the sake of the remainder II4.'t.tl."illllallr at all Euroc-an: | interlopers. I cost of frlll; he determined to prepare a : times alter wurd on the same bird, and 1 had

ten were sustained and seven overruled of the {population\ (but a reasonable esl'ct-tally if they come in the "quest! 'uuable' substitute which would not only upside J JJfrc always movement to of watch the trl'lly!' to of Ikl'l.t the"
I
hi.pizc.
Among the bills )luissed over his veto were ..IUlII4.!" of European: nationality. Areadiness 'but reduce the cost of r'ull IIIUt 1
six divorcing;; parties from the bonds of matrimony length:; of time should be taken in order that any I ) IIU'C'/lfuly ----

; one relieving a tax collector of I the people may get: ready for a change so : is expressed by some zealous patriots I transportation to the lowest IM-ilc! figure., ; 'l('r AN Olt.i oaE.-A nice way to cut an

laying.7Othemundof: relief as stated vast and so momentous. Of the minorityin in Congress to fight even our old ally : Proceeding to Savunnuh, and laying Ids orange, ul'I'or.lill to .... .A'
in the veto being "that he had lost his pocket the Cortes', many refrained from voting the French Republic, should she{ two strongly ; i plans before the authorities of the Savnn- two cuts urulwll jut through the rind,
and the and Ceutrul ; locating i the time glota' I
book; Magnolia orange ,
they, with the few who voted against the l countenance )t. Ie LCPMCJM in his d'-Migns; nub, Florida and \\t.h'r Railroad Ill was the ah'1 tJ11 11,1 1.the 1,111 end\\11 being the t!

billvag I bill were in favor of abolition, but, as rev upon American soil. offered the entire available (.dllh' of tjielr ; |*,lc., and we were endeavoring to lay off
which should be confidedto Meanwhile the of that .articular and 1 after iiucssunt I the ,: on either side of the torrid(
a subject projierly sPec l is methods to be adopted, preferred that uwucrs \ shops; ten days of experiment troll llt' t I
the judiciary, a position which has since this social revolution should l IICUCl'ClJUI'U"lit'l 1'1"t| which he i>roMsc* to pierce with /his! he has a refrigerator I ZOlt. "'e the rind frl1 the ends, ,
become almost axiomatic. It is a fact which Irllu.t.1 i, leaving that portion of it representing time
will probably be regarded as 'iieculiar in this more sjiecdily.In canal are welcoming him with singular widths is claimed ) /m and pronounced torrid zone undisturbed. Next cutthl>across

day, that the council refused to allow him Cuba itself, the most noticeable recent demonstrations of np.l and admiration, by uth'I comj>ctent. to judge to be infinitely : Inuu..liutdlr one of the division lines J

to inspect the documents and testimony event, next to the arrival of General Grant and hU engineers are actually at work on ui >crior to any heretofore known. 1,4wl..n M'.tuU'! of the pull und uII'U| I 1
the divorce bills : : the ( of each of
which were j.uhi
predi '
: upon and suite, i is, the occurrence of an the ground-a work which it ii mipjioscd Space:! forbids an extended dc> of the h'l\'ill of I'ctol
It' (".1tetl. From 1831 to IH-iG! he was the U. S.:! earthquakeat I IIton utlHrhlg' the strips i is both 1
Attorney for the Middle District of .Florida Havana. These two exciting events concurring will consume! a year-carefully examining; refrigerator at this time, but we shall watch i, (( ( lwII!>cuutifuf.TiieitE .

and in 183! he was elected a delegate; from on the same day, it is not strange in a preliminary survey all the natural features I with deep interest the practical demonstration ,: .

Leon cluntto' the convention which assembled that the inhabitant vibrated for a time, of the country, and being ejMt-ially of its. utility in the actual texts. whichare is a (Miplar tree, about eighteen
at St. Joseph on the third of December im |.cs in diameter, in Troy, Alabama whichwas
longer or shorter, between alarm and delight anxious to disc-over whether the turbulent to be made'at once, and congratulate our
of that year and framed the constitutiun II standing. (erect ten years A short
existing.here from 1845' until loll ; but, finally, when both chock were river Chagre; ,, which ha lately overrt'.wel t friend of the /> *Jllc upon his fcuccext in time afterwards the tree fell and IU lay prone to '

In 1842 he was a member of the lower house over, and the earthquake had injured no the Panama railroad anti rendered. it unless' I "evolving (rom the el'l.lll of Ids inner conwioiuneM I the ground for a considerable j>criod, during

of the Territorial Legislature.!' After the &11- one, the enthusiasm of the people ut the fur weeks tai ethcr, can by any possibility! I I.* I ," us the udentUU would say', w) :I which time a j part of the top was cut up undued
into the Union state
mission of Florida as a for fuel. No human has ;
in 1845! Mr. Westcott was elected to the senate coining of the American ex-President is said re,.truim-d from its detractive overflowings, i valuable an invention 8 this MIL fair to :i interfered with nor in agency way attempted iim't to
any
of the United States, and drew the short to have l.It't'u'N)' great, l hardly, surpassed nr its o cr-abhndant waters bt safely diverted i, JO\'t I and yet it now Hands erect. and Ii

term, which expired in 184'. by that exhibited on a recent memorable into other channels-eri'lently; a hard question IIrl\'f up and down Day street broughtus rowllJ t beautifully. This tree can be seen
He was chairman of the Committee City Academy. U ( the Inv
to solve.Meanwhile. in contact with Major Conant keif-reliant nlr L only
Territories, and a member of the Judiciary occasion along the shores of the St. John's, m; have ever known the
Committee. an instance of his independence Flori.la.Afghan'wtou. also, Congresses! invited to j.mand affable a. ever. De Mary, the great l .taW made in Scripture,\Iohltiol as

while in the Senate, we may refer to GIUI the F.nyl'uiK.The plan pro- create a Nicaragua. ; company with power* to I .*hoe man nf the 8t Johns, who, In the inigL'I'JB. 111.trW(11" MI -hal lie,"

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FEll ANDINA Jb'LA. Hii

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--- -- -- ---- --- ---- PENSACOLA AND
ii: r STATU xtnrs.r ; Ihave to show their tickets before they get on (HAHMST: \, SAVAX.VAII THE FLORIDAIOWN JACKSONVILLE. RAILROAD.MISTER .

the train. Mighty strict road, but the cars AND FLORIDA .
, ; '.\ TUB!: last (iainvfille."n contains live marriage are little narrow ; have to sit one In a peat, TRA PORtATrO '8 OFFICE, \

.:, notices and no room in the aisle to dunce. Then, STEAM PACKET: COMPANY. T IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. TALLAH\FfEE, FLA., February 3, IfbO. jOn

there's no stnp-over tickets allowed ; pot togo :,,'IIEI: >t'1.K and after Monday, February 2, 1860.pu.ql'cnj.'l'r ,
, A human jaw-bone wus; recently dii,: up straight through to the Million you arc "TIXTJm trains of this road will run us fol.
1 ., from under nn old stump at Pensacolu. ticketed for, or yon can't get on at null When The Iron \
: new Palace \iz
II 'J' steamer lows, : "
the cur's full no extra coaches curs built at
kt y.::::. THE project of publishing! : a Republican! the shops to hold just so many; and no one Fcrimudina, PASSENGER THAI-lUST BOUND.:

; :;:-. paper at Gainesville has 1llll'l1lhrouth.( else allowed inn" But you don't often hear Leave Chattahoochec..daily! ut.... 2 lM) r. am.
''1'. -' of an accident on that mud. It's run right Towns on It. It. Lint, Leave Quincy...........,........ .. ...... 3 "...;l'"' :.r.
w, : G NER.tG Louisa was: honored, by a public uj' to the rules.! Leave Tallahassee: .............. .. ...... (JjWJp.; ; N.

reception on the occasion of his: return to his :"Maybe you joined the Free Thinkers 1 JOINS.'APT. And Cedar Key Leave Monticello[ : .............. .... ...... < P. M. ,

old ]lone, St. Augustine.: said. Leave Greenville.............. .".? ? 3" *. :.t.,
"Scrub:; road," wild, the bnikeniun, "dirt Leave Madron[ .................. .. ...... \\l 20(j T' :*.
As effort is: being; made to remove the bed, and no ballast : no time c'arllltl1,1 no 4 Leave Live Oak...... ........... .. ...... jMo A. *.
United States Land olllca: from Gainesville tow train dispatcher. All(I trains! run wild, and ; .. Arrive Savannah............... ...... A. :M.
Jacksonville. It really ought never to have every engineer makes his! own time, just u\she WiIllr'/I"I'! t-Vrnnndina: for Jacksonville.: : Pa- Offers to Lessees! And Purchasers! a large Arrive Thomasvjlle ........... If ..0 &! A. M.

'1 been removed from TullnhL': l'r. 11I1'1I1<1'1Hmoke if you want to; kind of latlwnnrl inrermedinte landim-s on: :it. Johns number of the most eligible and desirable: Arrive Albany................. If ......10 7'25 A< M'
-, gu-as:!-you-plcase road.: Too many tilde-tracks IMvrr I: nnd Savannah and Charleston u.s t follows i Arrive Lake l'itw'............... ...... a 8.i A. :\I.
' TIlE: purchasers of the Gainesville: Ocala and every switch wide open all the time, : Lots, suitalle for Business: Purposes, or for Arrive ]1-I1lwlll., ................ ...... I' '.1-.) A. N.

:"I",' and Charlotte Harbor Ruilroud charter are with the switch-man sound asleep and the From Fennndina: for Ja(' "ClII'iIIl' and Suburban Residences i Arrive JaeksnnviltC........... ...... 7 'n\, .t.
target lump dl'a.lllut. Get on us You please, Palutku 1% u',1iiis: ,lay, Febrnarv 4. 1 City or Arrive Ferllul1llinu............ ...... a 40 I'. :M.
the work of
taking steps to begin;; cnnatruction : and get oil when you want to. Jon't have 11. Arrive Oainl'1I\'illc ............ ...... 50-1 I'. M.

, according to the Gainsville .S 111. ti" show your tickets, and the conductor Isn't .". IS.I'o.. UPON EASY TERMS. Arrive Cl'elar Key .............. If ...... !J JO I'. lIf.

11 Tan Flortillttn publishes\ an account of a expected to do anything; but amuse the pas: ii PASSENGER: TRAIN-WEST BOUND.A.ive : .
sengers. No sir, I leas ollercd a puss: but 1'r''in 1'Vr'iandina' : for Savannah; nnd 'har- Liberal Discounts on Values allowed( to
where the bride brained, ..... at.... 5 :30 I'. :at.
negro wedding was don't like to travel on a line that has no terminus. l-fon Moit'liiv, February 2, :2! p. M. I Jacksonville daily
in manufacturing or Industrial :! ............ ......10 & A. 11 t.
, by an old shoe flying after her "for good : Do you know, sir, lacked division Fri"a, (II!, 4 p. M. parties engaged Leave Fernandina
........ ..... ...... 002: A. :M.
luck" as happening at a J. 1'. it M. railroad superintendent where the road run to, and ;Monday( U, !J A. M. enterprises who will erect on the prop Leave Gainesville .
he said he hoped to die If he knew. asked 1'rM.iy 1'J:$, 1 12: M.fi Leave Ceilar Key .............. If',..... 50 A. :M.
station. The incident was depicted several him who he reported to, and he said nobody. :> >Milay.' ( III, 2 p. M. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor .eaue Baldwin!'! ................. If....... W) I'. :II.
, weeks ago in one of the New York Hath illustrated .' I asked a conductor who he got orders Friday; :1SJ, 5 P.I.: which conduct their Leave Lake City ............... ...... 9 40 P. :N.
weeklies, and located In North Car from, and he said he didn't take orders M('tridtiy, 2j,8A.\I.; : residence, or (in to Leave Savannah ............... ...... 4..0 i'. M.

lina. from any /living man or dead ghost.' And Friday: 27, 11 A. M. business.INDUCEMENTS. Leave; Live Oak................. ...... 2 13; A. M.
when I asked the engineer where lie got his Monday, March 1, 12:30: p. M. Leave Madison ................. ...... A A. :M.Leave .
: :MR. JOAN I' LunD, :Master of Tran+porta- oj.lera from he Mild hc'lllike to see any one ('lose connection made with steamers for TO MANUFACTURERS Greenville............... ...... 4 3J! A. M.

;: lion of the J. 1' it M. railroad has resigned giving him order', he'd run the train to suit Mellouville[ ami Enterprise, also: with steamers by exemption for a term of years from Leave Monticello .............. ...... 500 A. M.
". .1 liimself, or he'd run it into the ditch Now, fur Ocklawaha) ; IU\'l'ft also at Savunn.m Arrive Tallahassee: ........... ...... 00 A. M.
and returned to his: home in Illinois.! Mr. you see, sir, I'IIIIL railroad man, 1\11111 don't with steamers for New \ ark Philadelphia taxation offered by the several cities and lcuveTnllahus.se...... ......... ...... 8 30 A. ?I.

:: Edgar Vlict General Freight and Ticket care to run on a road that has no time, an,I Baltimore! and at Charleston with steamers town$ Apply to Leave Juincy................... ......*003 A. M.
.: agent has assumed Mr. Laird's position:! and makes no connections, runs nowhere and for New York, Boston Philadelphia. Baltimore Arrive Chattahoochee....... ......11 30 A. M.CONNECTIONS. .
duties. This road never was in better condition iias 110 superintendent. It may he all right with Northeastern and South Carlo- TtY-Ofnce cor. Beach & 7th sts., Fernundina., .
but I ver.iilro.ided too long to uuclcrstanjIt. linn, Railroads for routes North, East and IC-tf
{ than just now' The time from Tallahassee ." West --.- -'- ----- At Live Oak daily with thc'Savl1l1l1:1h.:

y;, : to Lake City In an hour shorter' than Did you try the Methodist: ? I said. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS. ( .\lUU TT A BARNES, Florida and Western'all Northern Railway Eastern to and irom and
Savannah, and ,
.' formerly, and the many Improvements in "Now, you're shouting," ho said, with Cities.

t\ road-bed, cars, attendance etc, are noticed some timcund enthusiasm.of Nice road eh 'f" Fast Through; Tickets and Staterooms: weured 1 TTARDWARE, Western At Lake City daily with the Florida Central

( .. : and commended by all who over the plenty passengers.\ Engines: carry and all information furnished at olliiv. corner Railroad to and; from Jacksonville: St. 4'
'f. puss a po Vert'stcain, and don't you forget it ; t the DOORS: SASH BLINDS .
Centre and Second Pulatka and Landings
7 streets.20ly Augustine, Enterprise:! ,
road. steam-gauge: shows! a hundred and enoughall
) C. A. NOYES.) St..1011115 River.At .
A.\ ; the time, Lively road ; when the conductor .. Paints and iiuricatlii Oils. on the
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A took In with the Atlantic, Gulf
,: BRILUAST wedding place: Tallahassee shouts all alit uril' can hear him Baldwin daily
you
:f lost theM Inst. :Mr. M. F. 1.'JOlun.XU HAVANA and West India Transit:! Railway to and from
on Monday : to the next station. Every train-lump thincs RED C SAFETY: OIL A SPECIALTY. andwith
Gainesville Cedar Key
'' Fernandina ,
/ Papy prominent merchant was!C married at like a head-light. Stop over checks given on
; .: T'\TEEKIX FAST MAIL SERVICE.: : steamers for Tampa, Key Went and
;;' ':-' the Presbyterian Church by the Rev Mr.[ all through tickets ; passenger can drop all'tine --t- Havana.
\ I train us often as he likes to, stop at the
'.,' I Raymond ut 3 o'clock p. in., to :\U'smincla: I station two or three days, and hop on the 1&r A SPECIAL AGENTS FOR At Chattahoochee three times weekly with
111\Ill'c'ntral Line Boats to'
Gibson, a neice of Mr. \\'. R. Wilson all of i next revival train that comes thundering i1.. -/ XI the People's Line
and from Columbus: <:uituda,1'ort: Gaines,
along. Good whule-souled companionable :MARVIN'S SAFES
,
,
Tallahassee. The lorhlall'artr. accompanied I River .
11 Apalachicola and! other landings.yttfKlegunt
conductors, ain't U road l in the country :
the wishes of their and Parlor Coaches
by good; numerous friends :Sleeping' ,
where the passengers' feel more at home. "ft. MARVIN'S ALARM MONEY DRAWER,
I and one of the most magnificent; floral olfcr- No passes; every passenger pays full tralllc --...;;;,," 'Y-- (I'ric'e1.50..) "lJudrllll'Ullel! Lucas.aid! Talent Jacksonville.jrft"li'u".ck run daily. between

ings we have ever seen' in the shape of an rates for his: rieket.1'egleytunhuuse airbrake Performed by the new and clc?nntlv ap Taljaliav.ee rime connection
perfect
.\ immense bupuetofraroandbeautiful Hi>wcrs, on all trains, too ; pretty' "safe road, but pointed steamship, ADMIRAL (sidewhcel;! ), WOODEN JACKET SHIPPING CAN.JSTOVES frutety. Mire 10.; ) Alt VL1LT: ,
I didn't ride user it yesterday.layhe : :
;( left on the evening express train for St. Augustine jiccording to the following schedule : ;120-tf\ Ma-tur 'I run!>!,''I'tu tion.
)[ went to the
you l'ongrl'gntlonutchUl'cli. Leave Cedar Key on Tuesd-iy morning.Passengers ; _.. .. .
:1l'1 to spend the honeymoon nlnJItl ? ) said. ( from Savannah leave by steamer ] :: TIN \\'AltE.l! --- -- ---
road, said, the "an TTILOIMDA:( ) ('J-: Tn\ RAILROAD.JCKSOSVI.I.E .
r 1. friends and relations of the groom in thin Popular brakem.in City of Bridgct.m: on :Saturday I p. tin. (Rave
old road too ; one of the oldest in the conn- Fernandina or Jacksonville by Transit Railroad
t.. ancient city. May they live long and try. iood road-bed: and comfortable ('Unt.,11 train Monday morning), Arrive at fr -Tin Rooting: and Guttering by skilled : 'Fi.v., Oct. 5, 1870.

prosper.: \\\ managed road, too; directors: don't interfere Key \\Wednesday mornintt.rrh'c at workmen at low rates. On anal after this date Trains on this Road

A few evenings since In front of Slu.-ser: it with division superintendents( and Havana Wednesday afternoon. will run us follows :
train orders Road's mighty popular but (j(0 WKST:: BAY STRE.r.JAt'K80X"ILI.Jo: ,
Cu store colored voter ( Returning, leave 1I:1'lInlThl1r1lelay evenIng. -
.M a was prating; upon(
)I.IJXU EXPRESS: : : (D.\ILY.)
his fealty to the Republican )party and, in it's pretty independent, too. Hl'l'llieln't one Leave Key West Friday morning. Arrive
the coursoof his rather extravagant: : ;blarney of the ,division superintendents: down east: Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at FLORIDA. Leave .Jacksonville...................... 5:30: r. M.
I ing, u.* l'rt11 I sagely "It are a unpossibility discontinue: of the oldest: stations on this Jacksuiville'amid Fernandina by Transit lA'a"l''hite House[ ..................... 0:15; P. M.
any culled gemman to bo a Dimecrat an' !hou line two or three years ago ? Hut it i is: a Railroad t :Saturday; evening ami at Savannah{ Sign of the Golden Stove. __:_!-tfJACKSONVILLE Leave Jlat.1 will..:.......................... 7:00 p. M.
free man at dcsame: time! mighty pleasant road to travel on, Always!: by steamer City of Bridgeton Monday[ morning 5- 5 ------0-_ Leave Darb.il1l.......................... ij:: P. M.
t "Undo Tom" Mason\ the veteran and has; such a splendid class of passengers.: : ),.thus.forming the shortest possible: sea Leave Sanderson.......................... t>::07 P. M.
t well-known "drummer hoy" of Florida, 'SI'erhttpyyoutried( the Baptist !I" guessed: route ht.tWl'1the United States: and Cuba. Leave Olustev: ............................. KM: P. :M.
I who has always been u Democrat and I is one once more. Leave Mt. Carrie......................... 9:03: : p. :M.
.. of the,mast< resl>eeted among our colored cittizcns ".Ah. ha," said the brakeuian, I
was btunding: ; lIl'ar11111 immcdiatclsto.ok daisy, isn't: she? River road; beautiful Ejtcnrwm.Savannah IRON Leave Live Oak.......................... :!:15 A. :M.
I. ) )personal exceptions to this remark of curves ; stwecparouudamg'tlningtokee closeto to IIll\'anll.:12: ) $-114 50 AND Arrive Tallahassee...................... ;:00 A. M. t'
the enthusiastic "loth amendment." He the river but it's all steel rail and rock Fernandina to Havana..... 'M j 00 38 (X) Arrive Albany...........................10:45: A. :M.
hobbled! to the front, struck his stick ballast: single track all the way and not a Jacksonville to Havana.... 2iiOO 3S: ;>oFt MACHINE: SHOP.T. Arrive :Savannah.......................... !U.oO; A. M.
I sidewalk and exclaimed : "Dat's not UI"IIItho so side-track from. the roundhouse: to the ter !staterooms and tickets apply to LEVE: Leave :Savannah .................. ........ 4:30: p. M.
Is'e a 1>Dimecrut an' has voted will de Dime- minus. Takes a heap of water to run it, A ALDEN'S Tourist Offices! Leave Albany ...........................,. 4:00: p. )to
I cruts ever !since: freedom, an' Ise jes: u.s free though ; double tanks at every station and :Savannah, Ga.-Corner Bull and Bryan Leuve.: Tallahassee: ....................... 5:45: m'. 'I.
, today us any man, dais what r is Now there l isn't: an engine in the shops that can streets. H. A. CALLAN Agent. Leave Live Oak........................... :U:15: A. M.
what makes ,you vote de Publican ticket? (pull a pound or run a mile less: than two I Fl'rl1anllillll-J-Jl1lOnt: Hotel. A. I,. MEI: MURPHY, PROPRIETOR. Leave Lake City......................... :3:50: A. :M.
What does dey do for you?" gauges ilut it runs through; beautiful LEN; Agent. Leave Mt.\ Carrie......................... 4:13: A. M.
I ."I voted 'PubMtam ticket 'cause I..( country; these river roads!: always do; river Jacksonville-Corner Bay and Pine !streets.A. : : Leave Olustee............................. 4:40: A. M.
doin' God service when I does it De Bible on one side and hills on the other and it's a U. LANPHERE: Agent Leave Sanderson.,........................ 50.lIl.: .
I 'i tells us: dat Jesus: Chris''noshuteil will Publi steady climb up grade all the way till the :St.; Angustiner-On; ; the Bay. B. F. ARMSTRONG STEAM ENGINES; ; SUGAR MILLS. AND Leave Darbyyille.......................... 5:55: A. M.

ca.lIson' dat he was a Publican heself: ; an' run ends where the fountain head of the Agent._. _20-tf ALL KINDS OF MILL MACHINERY Leave Baldwin...........,................ 0:40 A. )I.
',,: Iso a follower of de Lamb of God I i is, an' river begins. Yes, sir I'll take the river BUILT OR REPAIRED.: : L'II'c'hite House: ..................... 7:05: A. :M.
\1 'spects to die in do 'Publican: Gait;; now, dat's road every time for u lovely trip sure con WILLIAM: F. WOOD, Jr., Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50: A. M.
11 wnv i"! 1H'l'tlnIHIIIIIII a good time; no prairie dust On :\aillllld Express: Train Sleeping: Cars
"'1\-5-a-e-wl"! whistled Uncle Tom "Ii" blowing in at the windows. And yesterday, FIR.ST-CLASS: WORKMANSIIP: run through to and from Jacksonville! and
NEWSDEALER
didn't 'spose dey was sich a oncoiishunublj! wheir the conductor came around for the GF.\lmAI. Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars run
fool oaten do 'sy him !I" And he limped oft tickets with a little hu:
i" ,. down the street looking very much amused ask: him to pass me, but paid my fare likeu BOOKSELLER: STATIONER, lahassee. ,. .
and humming' "Dixie" to himself.-Fluridian. little man-twenty-live/ cents for un hour'srun Orders from a distance will receive careful FERNANDINA
EXPRESS (DAUT)
.
and a little concert bv the passengers: and attention.
_- ____ thrown in. 1 tell you pilgrim[ you take Dealer In Fancy ,Article, prompt Leave Jacksonville........ ...............11:15: A. M.

:: A llltAKEUAX OPIMOX OF Till the river road when you want "- SHOP : BAY ST., NEAR THE SHIP YARD Arrive Baltlwin..I :30 p. M.
; ,' CUUlt iii s. Hut just here the (long whistle of the engine FERNANDINA Arrive Frrnandinu..,.................... 3:40 p. am.
STREET FLA.
I '",-! announced station and the brakcman CENTRE dec7-tf Jacksonville, Fla. Leave Fernandina..,...................10:30: A. :M.
,. Bob Burdette, who writes the funny thingsfor hurried to the door shouting: ---- .- y--.- Leave Baldwin............................ 1:20: p. M.
' .: the liurliiiytttn Ifuti'kcyr, was on the train Zion\'illc! This train makes no stops between II. E. DOTTEIIEK Arrive Jacksonville: ..................... :l:35: p. :M.Passengers .

t ':' the other dart He interviewed the brukeinun here and Indianapolis. : for FernanAina and Cedar Key
Shelf Papers Picture Frames, Brackets \
take this
train. No train from Baldwin
p who gave his opinion of the various Lamps! Croquet Sets, Hand Glasses, (Combs Cedar to
j4 churches in the language of the rail. He LvwiR got in a lick at the expense' of capital ( Brushes, etc. l'updf( >riE's in great variety. "pERNANDINA, FLORIDA Key on Sunday.
in the ealiforni\lIou e of Representatives Also Sewing Machine\ { Needles, Oil, etc C'nssEl"l'Io"s.-At Baldwin with A.. G. tt
; started offin this way: one day last week. Paul Newman, a work. Clipper Inkstands, 75 cents.G W. I. T. R. R.. fur ('l'llar Key Gainesville ."I
f I went to church yesterday," said the iu nmii member closed a vigorous but polite -- -----.---..------ DEALER IX amid I-'rnallllinn: and ] and II I
; brakenlan."Yc" speech( against Representative H"rul'k.u man West ; at Lake City fur Tallahassee, Albany,
I said with that interested in/l/ (''- .ot'wl'lIlth. with the sentence: "Chacunason W.1I. II. C'. D17ICYEE, Flue Family Groceries f' Savannah and all points North and West ;
U m thin asks for more" .\nd what church "lIt.:' Boruck lo >ked s>> puzzled that the at Jacksonville: with St. Johns River Steam-
did you attend? listening: members laughed; and taking the ENERAL COUIJ8IOXIERClI.ST., VI-; J. s. MCELROY
., .' Which do ? he AND \\ :\1.
you guess asked laughter to be a continuation of his suspicions lUyiPsox, Master Transp'n.
j, "St mo Union Mission{ Church?" I haz- that the phrase was u terrible one, CE.NTRIC ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT Superintendent
._ .. .
nrJed.No leaped from his !suit! and demanded angrily -- -- -- -- -
'- ,"' he said "I don't like to run on that the "last sentence of the gentlcnuns FERNANDINA, FLA. 1'I10VISI0NS.Custonmers TLANTIC: GULF WEST: ; INDIA
sjS .S these branch roasts very much. I don't often speech bo f'Imll'Ct'l'rhatlm ft literatim." it TRANSIT RAILROAD
go to church and when I do, I want to run When Xewman: 'explained that "Chacun\ Allay, Corn, Oat.H. AND PENINSULAR\ ,

J;i S j;.o.r: on the main line where your run is regular! son ; out" meant nothing; worse than "every 1tfMETROPOLITAN _________ RAILROAD.80ix .
.t, and you go on schedule tune" and don't have man to his own taste: ," Horuck tired in : can rely upon petting CHOICE sonii.] SCHEDULE.
-w;, to wait on connections. I don't like to run cOitt' 1Siun. : DINING [GOING NORTH.

i ) on a branch. Good enoiuh but don't like . : GOODS: asNOTHING'BUT LEAVE STATIONS. LEAVE.
.
10:30I.
it." -- -- ROOM S, : FERNANDINA. :3:40 p. M.
'
.' ? guessed. ,Tr?' TU'-t'j, I n-M A. M.HARTS ROAD.:>::54 p. ar.
Episcopal thllIst Office
)
(Opposite 12:17
"Limited express," he said "All puloou THE FINI1ST: BRANDSare I : P. :\I..C.\LL.\lIA\lIO: : p. )I.
H. HOBIRK PROPKIETOR. 12--3" P. M.DITTTON.1:23: P. N.
can and $2: extra for a seat ; fast: time and R
only stop at big stations! Nice line but LOHMANN'S 1:0.P.: M.BRANDY m\XL'1l..1OO: p. :M.
A.v. 1tI: P. M..H.J.UWIX.........
12:40
: p. M.
' too exhaustive for u hrakl'Juan.11 train ., PRIVATE AND TRANSIENT BOARDING. kept in stock. 2Itt
in uniform conductor's punch and lan -" "" 7 P- )i..MAXI'LLLE..11.49! A. M.
: men to I 3o.t ...........
No : M .L.-\
; tern silver plated and no train l bovs al. -F.AfiOU-- BOARD REASONABLE. pains spared P. \\.r.Y..l1U3: .\. :\z.
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NASSAU COLLEGE
Ie. lowed. Then the passengers arc allowed suit c'u t"ml'nt. 173inSEVERAL ; I *:-- P. :ai..z.TEM1'LES..10:44 A. am.
Prepared Flour -'- ; 3:32: P. M.STARK E_ 10:37: p. M.
, to talk back at the conductor; and it makes ----'oitlux'T--------- YOUNG
them too free and easy. :\0,1 couldn't stand : i TjiOR LADIES 3:40 P. M.THURSTON :..10:19: p. M.
, the.l) lace cars. Rich road enough. Don't NICE ROOMS FOR RENT: 4-0:; P. M.WALDO ..9:4S: A. N.
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. often hear of a receiver being appointed for CITY MART corner of Ct'U.I AT ... RS.XJJX.'LA.. 5'U: P. :M"......UAIXKb: YILLE_..,... b:50 A. M.
that line. Some mighty nice people traulon ONLY FIVE CENTS PER: POUND. tre and Third Streets. 5:52 P- M._. ARREDONDO....,.&:18 A. )I.

it too." .... Also the second stony stove Messrs. Sydell I 1i:07 P. M. BATTOX .;:56 A. M.
4.G 'orl1l'rsh and Third, Streets.M. ) :j4) P. )1.\UL'lIEH.:3 32 ,
u Uni verbalist ? I Miggested. .t Briu. ( A Thorough EuglUh Education. : A M
Brou'" gauge," said' the brukeman, "los DOWNEY: ;::1- P. M...BUONSON _..........6:5: A. M.
ton much ( mpliml'ntarbu..int':>.i. Every: -tf AT OLD 1' O. BUILDING. 32-tf In the City Mart. 5:07: P. M.OTTER L'laEK..G:03 A. M.
-- .. 1'.1'; p..1tOSEW001) ........5.-00;
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hotly travels" a pass.! Conductor doesn't ---------1 Special advantages in PAIXTIXCJ: and Ua\w. U:30 A.
: 1' M.
get a fare once in fitly miles. Stops ut all U'. 1C. IIAl'ICMCJIIT.HOLE8LE %'ollrp l.i Debtors, al. 'r..dItOrM'1 I ixu Mi>lC anti FBEXCII.k CEDAR KEY..4:15: A. M!

Hag stations and wont run into any thing .\liE. T. VTOTlCi: U hereby given that For Circulars addressREV. Peninsular Ilailroad.bTATIONS. .
but a union dei>ot. No smoking cur on the 1." t"t"1.1 lriiibrr I 1S7V.; It-Her of mlmiiiistrtttioii : J. H. MYERS, .
train. Train orders are vague, though and \\ AND RETAIL were granted tu the uiuleniiirnrd and he was duly i ilunlilleU 1 .Fernandina Fla.
administrator ol the estate of flmrlrs 0.OO A. M.:.... ..
; the train men don't !get along well with tlmpassengers. < ant I WALDOF.I.iIO ......
) UTClllmXU STOCK DEALER I. llovt.UwfaMMl. of NaMtau county. Therefore I ( : Av. : ... ..
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, No, 1 don't go to the Universal- I" 11:30 P. )f.
,. .J .tin : ,sill I.enotw-beirmeredutorrantt other*--l viiiK Dr. AHTIIUIl C. FORD, ;:.U A, M. HAWTHORNE
{st. though I know male awfully good men I claim* of any nature whaUotvr tkifninkt thee : .10:45 p. s..
who run on that road... Dealer In Ice.TENNESSEE uite of the d x...,itiMd. will |>reaent trial, duly TTVENTIsT _..-.. LOCHLOOSA .10:00: p. M.
Presbyterian T" I usked."Narrow MUthentUiitiwl, wilhiu two yeant from the (ubh- I !>. E. MAX1VELI.
: BEEF A SPECIALTY.BROOM culiou of this notice or they will be burnsl. mid I IERNANDINA Supt.
th? said the brakeman. Ft-v. Dec.
23
I. gauge rulu'tunnelright Mil iwrMuui indebted to mind estate are requeotvd Fourth St., bet Centre and .\Iachua.4S 187U.
'pretty track, straight as a STREET "WHARF to make iiuyiuetit. I -
; through! a mountain rather* ban go FRED W. HOVT. I JOB iRIXTNGnn anJ

" ,.:. ,round it;t s spirit-level grade; "\l.'CIt'ngt'n I 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLV. .t-l.6w Acbul Wh1ul'. tf }FERNANDINA\. lowest rates, at the MIRROR office

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i LOCAL REFLECTIONS.'Correspondents Dcalh of an old Cltlicn. POSTAL CARL ctntHKsroxnuxci:. LnR1. TIII: i;ILOKII

----------, .---- -- -- On Saturday last! the 31st ult., at 4 o'clock! ON Monday evening, the. :lid! lust:, on Cen
; I p. mil. Mr.[ W. M. Maxwell[ one of Fernandina's: Archer. tre street between Third street ami Lyceum I AND AND J IMMIGRATIONCOMPA'Y[
Hail. a good rain on the 23d; and iXitli( first .
And having business oldest ; J
persona with thin jwpcr,will and most respected! citizens departedthis Hull, one lady's jet and gold breast pill The
direct to FLORIDA I since Deccn\ber Iftth, and to everybody'ssurprise OFFERS:
please. MitmoR, Forimndina.yottce life, after 1 long and painful illness, at finder will rewarded by leaving the same
---- --- -- --- : it cleared: off warm: Instead of a
to the advanced age; of 72: years )[Maxwell: at thi office. .tcrclyOf
IteckccperR.Believing I freeze, as the "oldest :\ ;\ Predicted. OOO.OOO
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thi of came: to Florid.t, from Georgia, in 1810, andsettled !
many our subscribers are lovers Plum and peach trees blooming,
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of honey, and would! keep l lx>es enough to in Tallahassee, where he engaged! I f ugarj School Xottcc. the most
j cane in tassel: : at l'\'l'rJll'lillls near Archer. Oa February !\11>th the undcrsigmd supply their own tubles! nt least if they knew largely in planting. He continued his, residence I ,
: Cotton in nil stages: of growth in nuulyfields. school the IIf ACCESSIBLE):: : : AND DESIRABLE: :
do in
I >> how to it, we liuvn made arrmiKeinents to sup- there until \\honhcromovcd, to open a private : building
' '" ply them the Rt'cl.rrl'rr'l'ltlutlII; Nassau j I Public School No. 1.
a 32-pHKC : county where lie has ilHt'l'ontinl\'ll I.VM: IN Tilt

monthly, at only $l.m' a i/rtir-formcr price H.J(). to reside, except a :single/ year INN.( spent in Blue birds just arrived Rates of tuition, which will bo low, made

Besides this we can furnish all latest books on Levy county. At the time of his decease he j The chicken yards are having: unwelcome known on application. STATE: OF FLORIDA,

the subjects together with all articles used in I visitors in the shape1: of two "bald eagles" J. N. \\'mm1tiEn.:
beekeeping nt the lowest price. The Magatineis was (Clerk of the Circuit Court! of Nassau; I The "bird ol'frt'l.I..IIl"lik'lh a fat rooster.Mr. At only $1,2.1:! per aero to, new settlers'! with

full of Information for beginners, and jfhct ('county\ position! which he had tilled with Some' More the privilege\ of seUntion: in parcels of 40
I T. \\ "William's\\ barb wire femeis
advice just when needed each month in the year honor for about seven years. I Of thoss nice }French Broadcloth amirMrtl acres or more These lands: arc hx-ated on
i a !llll'l't'l'i: and cows: do not know
We will furnish the Mirror and the Mugntine to His: remains were taken to Tallahassee: for Coats still on baud!, and will be sold and! adjacent to the lino of the
what make of such vicious .
all who apply on. receipt. of the__price,$3.t*) a year interment on Sunday, accompanied by )tr. to ; affair.A out much below cost, I byoet .
----- ---- --- new platform: between the tracks is u ATLANTIC GULF AND J WEST: INDIA
and Mrs. H. K.: Maxwell, and :Mr Clarence H M. DOWNEY.A ,
llcinoinl.The I good reform. Xow for a clean and a .
[ up TRANSIT CO.'S R. It.
Maxwell, his sons. The funeral took plI'l'from ,
extra labor and confusion incident to till between the switch and! main: track.: .\ J'eim' (floll'l.'

the removal of our offices to the building I the residence: ( his brother, at 10 clock double' row of oranges: on the plaza, and we few CHCHO: |' nice fall goods I just:' arrived 1 extending! from FERNANDINA on tho At.
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opposite the Egmont; Hotel), on Beach: :street, a m. on Monday.: .\ large concourse of will compete for. the pri1.('. '1lIlnllw opened the City Mart, and will laude( to CEDAR KEY: on the Gulf coast,
friends l followed; the remains the .
prevented the issue! of Wednesday's paper.' -.-.----- grave.Correct Several northern gentlemen have visited,l be sold without r(' l'r\lnjt'lhl'r with balance: thus affording to the producer cheap\ constant

"'c cordially invite the friends and patrons ton.A us lately looking for location. Come. andwelcome. ,goods; now on hand! by M. }DOWNKY.r.lectton : and.! rapid. transportation to the best

of the Mirror to visit us: in our new notice published l in the last issue stating markets.The : .

quarters.We : that Mr.[ Lewis i is appointed agent of the Mr.[ Skinner is planting In acres orange: Xotlee.An belt of country traversed! by the Transit -
election for Clerk and Treasurer of
have established a business oiliccat] the Florida Town Improvement I Company we and peach trees just cast of Archer. Another \ City J R.: 11. embraces. : :
Council will bo held. at the City Marshal'sollice [ : : :
post oflice, under the charge of Mr. W. P. are informed was: erroneous. The company party is I talking of planting 40) acres: this
( on Monday, the ninth day of February ]KVKIiY: VARIETY: OF SOIL
Wood, who will rc1ysmihscripttonsadver. : bus no agent but acts' for itself: as' a corporation year. The orange fever is becoming contagious. next

tisements and other favors for the J/iVror, through its officers I the President nllliH'siltl'nt J, C. tol.t' found in the State, n largo proportion
By order of City Council.NOUMVN .
and who always has the paper on .sale. Manager. Mr. Lewis: has charge of /11/1. 2D. being peculiarly adapted, : to the culture ofSEtu.l'Rmelc.tt.
__ _______ BKOW.NSOX, Mayor.[
u -- the Company's office under direction of its Cedar Key. : Fur ITS and Early Vegetables,
CAN'T Fernandina Fla., Jan S, ISo"'a.NirsstIL ).
our young men have a hop before officers.! The elegant steamship Mnri/yf, OJ/llpllft Jttnllrt of Tlmbrr'
the lent .
season opens? ---- -- --
___ u ____ __ Xassan LIIJII. Infantry. hl'n'III Saturday morning last: from New College make these lands worthy of CAKKFVL F.XAM1XATIOX

WHAT has become of all the "cousins to Orleans. She is: of the Morgan Line" which Re-opened Monday[ October 'joth. Pupils: by manufacturers: of LVMIIF.R:
An election of ollicers! held at Lyceum
was :
will run two iron :steamships! : for the pres received at any time and at the usual rates. AMI '..w.\. Sl'ORES.XEW.
of the
say nothing aunts, itc.SUNDVY'S Ball 011 Wednesday, the4thi illsl. with the fol To the citizens of Florida this Institution S
l'lIt-the and! Clinton 1 between t this
Moryiin : .
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, Illwin.fl''iUlt. : Quartermaster: M. J. Paton affords C''l'rfad iiI\ near home for the : SETTLEPuS: :
"' train was crowded with passengers place, Key West, New Orleans! and Havana.The thorough education of their daughters.\
was elected Second Lieutenant! First Corporal
) for different parts of t the State ; Mori/an is acknowledged; to lie one of Purchasing land from this company{ arc furnished "
J. 1)). Streety was elected. Third Sergeant. The Singer Sen-tug Machine.Mr. .
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the and commodious
t largest most steamships : with entire free jMttayetthe\ Trim-*
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QUITE a number of citizens John Mackenzie has taken the
were enjoyinga
.THE last number of ILirper's Wcikly contains that ever l'lIll'fl'lllhb harbor. She accommodates : agencyof sit Railroad for family and )jK-rsonal effects\
walk on the beach at Old Town Sundayevening. this excellent sewing; ma'hil11111 i is now
a fine group of illustrations: by the W o first class passengers, about prepared to furnish all supplies' and repairs) tll the station nearest t the land )purchased.TITLE .

talented artist-correspondent of that paper, the same number of IIl'l'tllll.dass. together necessary for it. He sells the needles at : COMPLETE: :, I.l'iltll'r \'(' by

THE St. John's passed up on Thursday Mr. F. H. Taylor, representing the principal with a large number of steerage. This line _'.) cents established a do/en,, and the all other manufacturer.articles Call the' )grant from the United :-ll1h''Il\lIcl: )purchase
prices: by
with a heavy freight;: and about sixty pas features: of the recent visit by. General Grant carries: the United :States snail It puts: on ami see I the late Improved :Sinv'cr: -the most t from the :State: of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE\ .

sengers. and party to Fernandina. The views are a new steamer soon. complete) \ machine in the t'mrlul.' ;3
---'-- -- The Adminit also arrived about : SOLICITED.Descriptive : .
steamer
life-like, and truthful, especially the portrait -
CHARLIE BICRO, Esq., foreman of the Sun i .
of our esteemed friend who acted us master the same I time, and connectedith the special COMMKHCUI. } M.M* and ciiuri.Atis mulled onapplication.
and Press ollicc, Jacksonville, paid us a \i-it: I
last.- of ceremonies: on that memorable occasion, train that received, her; passengers.: Itis t tI Fernandina Market.roUKECTEII : ( .

on Saturday .._ as it appears in the picture of the (General I, UllIlrr.-otllOtllhllt she; will make only CHAS. W. LEWIS: ,
------- the tomb. of "Liht Horse- Harry Lee"! at WKKKI.Y Y WM. LVWTKY.:
weekly trips 11l'1\\'c'IlII.is. place! and Havana Iiiind Commissioner
; : ,
THE "
City of lltidlctlJllluLI a heavy freight
Dungcnoss.Mu.; : :Spirits Turpentine. 3S (($ 3StUosin
------- -- -- leaving here on Tuesday morning' and rcturning Ofllcc cur Beach and Seventh Sts.
and passenger list on her trip from :Savannah : .. : common /oIlralrH.d.I :2,1u.l! ( [ 10

on Sunday. [ JfLiaGRi.NER, one ;f Undo Sam's pets\ on Saturday::; I morning.1''b. ; I'ar.:..........none in market .1-tf .. .
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-- -. in bluecoat. and brass buttons, who registershis :2. :SITITVTOH.: : (' Turpentine(..............none in market.!
-- .- .-. .- --- ('OtOIl-l"l'lL Ishi.id in the seed... 4 I fFcrnainltna o. N. 0,' IU'S,
TUE car which contained the corpse of ) name at the Egmont: with\ the cabalistic : } (a >

Col. \\". M. Maxwell on Sunday was neatly letters H. M. S." atHxed.givcs glowing description l'olel.h..lt..ttls. Jtetatl ilar'11 /10NTRATOR) AND! 11111 14)11t,

dressed in mourning. : of a most: magnificent lunar bow Jomlll: 'T-S D Wilson and I wife, W II )Burt,

____ _..._ N V;; W C Edge; and wife, Newark, X J; I R{ (Ii IOJItIlVJ./lII\: CLVKKErui MNlTACTrRRrtMOULDINS
u her. which was seen in the western !ky on Friday. (fook'rrai11Id'F; T :-I1OW, wi'hihllllll /'('(// .. 'Vtijitnlilis! (it diva ,',rte, i'tf.
THE St. JIJon, to Charleston'
trip : night of last week, at Cedar Key, at 10 p.' m. servant, Portland, I. Me; W !Williams, "I'. v.t,1','.' u.rs. (( : ) [ \, BRACKETH) SAWED AND

Monday had about forty passengers' and a It was visible for half an hour or more, and Weed, 1,' 11 llubhurd. E H Orr and wife, TURNED: JlA J.t'STH1'1:1.:1): : ): : ,
bu .$1 l !ol'i $1 MlSweet )
Potatoes( $
list of John .Mollcr and wife, Miss Sadie }t' Muller, per ( :STAIR RAILS[ WOOD) .
large freight oranges. was viewed with wonder and admiration by ( ( ) EAVESTROUGHS : ;
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: Potatoes I bushel' 1G.4(! 5
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--- -- -- -- \\tOll'poPlllation! of the Keys. Mi.is Jama- \[ Joiin Miller, Jr, MissNannie per : HlfloA'1'HlOn : ,
franklin, N Y; W W Linlieid, Boston Cabbage: per hundred. UII'lIlH': ) \ ;.\TJI tmllO.\IW.:
THE'f}\ leru Terns sailed for New York .. ;
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I --- ------ Mr amid MrsOG l de-Ourmendia Onions) per quart .. .. 10a,15( (
BSpaldingde : ING
Sunday morning. Her cargo consisted: Jacksonville: Items. ; Garmendia, Genera! Buttcriicltl, I K Cow I'ca, per bushel.............. 1 7.V
mostly! of oranges and vegetables.Mu. I Mu.[ CiiAitLBi B. WHISTLER died on the Roberts!: P Fowler, X Y;; G W Green, 1 'Tomatoes( per crate. 0 (00(0) !, 0 ism Makes[ .

I :30th: ult. Ross: and wife, Miss M Ross' Baltimore; L Turnips, per bunch................. him AApples Stair itii'l C'liurrh IVork

..I J. J. Cw wELr., express messenger on Galighcr: and wife, (Cairo, 111; F La Moyne, ra('I is. >/*
the Transit Railroad, has been transferred to II I AT the recent boat race, Frenchy! Johnson M D, wife and son, Pittsburg; Pa; Miss: : J La per bushel' .................. 2 (N'b) :3 A SPECIALTY.: '.

was the winner. Moyne, Washington; Pa; l) \\' Filkin, Chas lUnuna.s) : per hundred............. :2 the Florida and Western Kail- DOORS AND WI nO'IL" I
Savannah \ n'i:
'. I! THERE were thirteen deaths in the city lleuberer, X 11; Jno Parsons, Cedar! Key; Jno Cocoanuts, 10'itj) 1.1 1
road. I I Lyncn"Maine; Airs Holloway, Miss: Douglass) Lemons, per hundred.............. 3:S wl'nthe-8; ;; : ; i during January.Cinrco Brooklyn; J B Kip, X V; tdwurdllt'lI.:: per 1tIlIltl't1..1\J! \ OO/t) $.I (K) Post) Ollico Box 171. ;,
THE 1 a morning was everything !I the noted Seminole chief, will at Columfms I. G.'fc' : L W Hur.sch and wile, L: liiCLTUY. Jan I Fcrnnndinii, Fla. i(

that church goers could desire, and the t h.wltllt'llIle::: Fair. Fitzgerald) MHH C'arrie Fitzgerald; Mucon: ('hickens.rem! : ; vhi. :'W$ 40 .. .

different )places of divine worship were'wellfilled. Tun Diillm arrived on the 3
W 11 Williams: A B Davids\: Denver, Col!; 1 grown, per pair............ 1 OOfa 1 '!."> j
-. ---_ large; list of passengers.THERE P Taylor and wife, L \1. l'atwlIl'Ift'\ ana Eggs:: : per (!Ij :2.) '.\XIHXA, FLORIDA.ORDEIt '

ST. VALENTINE'S I>.VY i is near at hand. was a prize-light in the city the son, Iowa; W Balchelder, Chicago; S (jilt h. (;"I'JoIt., eiicb. 7(1)( 1 (IH) _n_

other day. No arrests: man, Savannah; M Lewis, MUs L J.ewis, (Guineas: each.......................... :'M(!Q .r>l ,.. 1' IIIIVVIi,:. ,
la'lie
: Another opportunity for the young to MR. TOM. MYERS who has been ill for Miss: Mattie Lewis: Chillicothe, Ohio; Mr Turkeys, (each......................... 1 00& 1 25 i
send pretty little proposals in the :shape of several M T Hurter, Troy, OJ; C Cbittenden, X Y; 'CIIKRS': : NEATNESS): : AND COMFORT. I
IIL : MEATS.
"billets doux. weeks, is recovering. U Oilman, Manchester, X H; C A .McWhor- -
( -_ W. II. YAM>IRHILT: and family passed up i ter, F 1 K Butler and! +wile, :Savannah; Herbert. Reef, l'CmmCMMCe..n".. ISfa 20Heef ) Remarkable attention given to the Cuisine.
TilE rel'l.nt'colll ltIl.tultas'nt: quitea C :Smith and wife, Brooklyn; G Potter, Jr; RG Florida .............. ,........... (n. 15
l'IlwtlIt'HIIll.'ll1l1tlllall
snap the river to Palatka on Tuesday last. Cook, l'ellll\. Hetingerford: Jacksonville Mutton[ .................................. U)(<' 15 Timetrche.l )) Conservatory

number of tourist.,to the 1.,11111111' Flowers.. THE old! Nichols House is to be sold under J T Cunningham; Rochester( N Y; N Pork....................................... f-i 15Sausage have quiet elegance that )pleasesworldwide

Both of our hotels received a large: list of a decree of the U. :S. Court, on the 1st Weston, Salem, \las; Mrs Castlctoii and : ; ..................: .............. (I 15rt.nuH'ru tourists. ,.

seekers on :Sunday evening.WE child, Jacksonville I D :Sheerly; \ Kansas City )
pleasure of March. S ; : : CTC. The MANSION. under the of )F.
cure
Major
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--- Mo Chas: P Suesseroth Rev O Eurle: Pa C
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; ; 30'a, I10
DR. P. A. HOLT, one of the leading physicians llrumrami.lMiddUngspr10)lbs.1'
direct especial attention to the-! call fora stricken with K Dutton, Live Oak. Corn,.per bushel...................... (II I <1M) C. SniREu! propose' to retain its name given *
of the
city was paralysis
meeting at Major Duryoe's ofllce on Tuesday : JLtrstoti.-1:11' Motiving, August Remake, I'I.furgerbarrel' ...................... 8 TNmyll) & (00 by the Savannah "\""If"I If I

evening at half l'ai'tt' clock to take on the 30th ult. S N Ruggles, Mrs Ernest; L Kenney, child Hay, IK.T' 100 Ibs....................... j/I,) HO .THK I
MR.[ ..\.\ROSRnS Secretary of the Florida and maid, David Jamison, wife and two Hominy iier barrel................. (;i> 4 75 OLD FAVOHITK.':
steps to establish a public Heading: ; R.: om Oats bushel....................... l HO)
Central Railroad died on Thursday) < the children, Paul J Tobias, Mrs M E Furllcr, per' l''y H !
and Library.WE It ult. after. ] and illness. Mrs J W Read!, X Yj; J D Jones, Trader's Ice, per ton............................. (
learn that--Mr.--Clarence---- --- Maxwell has 21)th)HON. WHITFILD, a long W"KEIt'Uli; painful married in Hill, Ga; J W Thompson, Hi Marys, Ga; per l
Chas H Bong, Gco W Sweeney John Per- -
been appointed Clerk of the Circuit Court of Georgia a few days since to Mrs. T. K. )Ie- shanse, S 1.'rilllkrurren, Jacksonville, HD 'lll'EI'IT.' ,

:Nassau County, to fill the unexpired term of Gahagan, relict of Hon. W. McGahagan, Barker Kentucky; E Ely: and wife. Miss: M r* ROGER AND SHIP CHANDLER: i

Maxwell whose death Savannah. We extend W Ely, and servant, Nassau, X P; Ward
his father, Mr. W. M. formerly of to them .
I Copclund), Lcadvillc, Col; S R Babbidge 'fJlI': .SAVANNAH WEEKLY XEWH, I.KALKR IN
occurred on the 31st ult. the "compliments of the season" I t
___ ./ I Kings: Ferry'j; W A 'fhulIIlTenll; I' Kellyand
THE lireizt et.iI on its! ear" because, we wife Cullahun J H Heartelll''l'ka, Of February 7th will contain the opening I'rovUloiiH, UqiiorN, ICIe.AOKSCT .
FROM the enormous amount of hanker- published the fact that the Western 7Vjro,with| Flu; J X Moore, Kildare; !' W !Flint Atlanta chapters of a charming 1I'rial..tllrr, entitled ::1

chief Waving by u "few" of our "men I' eighty; odd passengers' for Nassau, was justome ; U Burlcii"amc, Baltimore; J X Wbitner, JIUIFIT

killers" at every boat that passes down the week Mintd its schedule time to and from C Howardhitner, Orange Co; W A Vena- : rna U. .... AVERY: : CO.'S PLOWCKMTRB -.
river would there a host: Jacksonville across the bar. !lull t bo so tile, Atlanta; Mrs Strutey, Miss Carrie Yates.I'hilllIlell'hiaj BY MRS. 01'111:1.1.Smr: REID: ,
one presume were "techy," brother Russell! ; you've got a fine ; T 11 Fabey. M L Byck, Ga; GW i
of attraction on boar I i bar and 'ououlht to be. proud of it.-t'ernandiiui Spoll'ord, Chicago; I) Sheedy, Kansas or KITOMTON: U., l

___ Mirror. City, Mo; Mrs Bread and son, Jacksonville. Author of Mv Mother's! Daughter," "Afterward STHKET,
THE card of Mr. 11. II. Hobirk, proprietorof I
and "Mrs. Dare.
I Not at all, neighbor. We )got "on ourear" ,
the Metropolitan Pining Rooms, will be because you misrepresented the factsin \ Called Meeting.AH .32 tf FERXANDINA: FLA.IAIIOHI.Mi .
1
found in this issue Mr. H. understands the ('a..cjll..1 as you d-xlye 1/, point in the J'crs.ns feeling an interest in the establishment Those who have: enjoyed the rib-asure affordcd -------- -- -
above paragraph. "Brother Russell i is not by the II'rLI4ulot! this gifte and uc.coini.li .1liWAXTKD.: : '
and he keeps a j
how to please everybody, of a Public Reading Room and bed will I
the local reporter| of the Jlreeze. General lady's previous productions, 4
first class hotel. His rates are low Gilmore thinks our bar can be fixed for a Library in this city, and wishing to advance need!! no commendation of this )her l.wt and !

much less sum than the bur Fernandina.. the cause of education, are invited to meet ut most siHrctwful .ellort to prepare them for .
THE steamer David Clark went ashore on Breeze. the rare literary treat that awaits them. 25: TO :5O GOOD LABORERS
the olliee of Maj.V.. B. C. Duryee, on Tuesday
MUFF1T ill of absorbing interest
the head Cumberland Island on Saturday Neither the Breeze nor the Sun ami Press. u story ,
during the 10th Inst.!: at 4:30:; p. m., for the purpose and its )publication will run through some Wanted once to work on the
morning last. She was in great danger have ever printed precisely what General discussing! ways and mean. eight; to ten Issues of the Wtt'UNrw\\ and i

the storm of Monday, but was got olF Gilmore.did say .in his report about the re- the Numbly Trlryr'tm. 8.\.VTA FE: CAXAL.Apply ;

on Tuesday through the efforts of the Bri.ige- fcj>ective; cost! and exi'elielsey'of( improvingthe Subscription |2 a vcnr, $1 for six months.
Havana. Money Mint by Money Order IU-gs-! to
her assistance. Passports for canm ,
ton which went to .
1'cmaluJina'and. St. Johns har.'e.
tt'rl'llletter, or Express; !' ut. our risk.
Persons! contemplating a visit to Havana, XED! E. FARKELL. Engineer: 'I
will give them his exact )language some time J. H. EST1LL: ,
THIS is "Almanac time, and we have received Cuba, will save time and trouble in procuring lirtf! Havaiinub Ga. I
soon, and then we shall see some tall Waldo, Fla.
copies of three excellent ones; the the necessary passport fur admission

I Illustrated Hand-Book for the Farm and squirming. --- ----- to the city, by applying to the undersigned ,\XGII. & I"JUISU, Or to D. H. l'I.ACI',8l'Cretary: 1

Garden," published by the well-known seeds Pu8M'Jlorr List, at his ticket-office, who will relieve the traveler 17 2t At Mirror Office d

men, B. K. Bliss & Sons, 34 Barclay street, STEIMER CITY or Jhamvu. mrro, .-Geo A Taylor of trouble by attending. ttJ the procurement BAKERS AND COXFECTIONfER.S: : t '

New York; the Illustrated Annual Register ) and wife, Mr Rainey. t ti M Hug l'r. ltev of their possiiort He It preparedwith I\TIU:: STREET MILLINERY ;

of Rural Affairs," published b/ Luther i Mr Crawford, E Sinclair, Mr lager, Mr B blank applications and conversant with CHOICE i
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Tucker& Son, Albany, ,New York, and Grayson, Mr, Mr Rogers Chas, 1t':Orr Hizer and,wife Brewer: Mr ,Simmons Miss the legal f.rll11ccCftltary to dispatch and overleM, Cigars, and TobarcoM, "\ TRS. .F. A. )1":01: >.\1:011 II 1 i

"Stowe's }'Ioritla1rnalu c and 1'lunteraGuide C Orr, Dr F Maine, J P Grose and wife. A corre4 teems.! Ai the pa.fq Has fine selection of
," issued by Walter W. Stowe, Jackson-' L Weeks F A Frazer and wife, Gen Cuyler, at Washington, I). C., It would} bo well TOYS ANn 1'AXCYlrrwu:.". the newest constantly styles on in DRESS a: AND SHADE;

vile, 'Fla. For all of which we feel duly !> Mr Weed J Robertson, 1-: J Brown and'setvant to apply) at )least a week in advance of the HATS for Indies Misses and Children ;
; Mr Muller arid five children, Mr De-
grateful and will use them as impartially) as i vena, wife and child Mrs Here child and contemplated trip. Any further information We
possible. nurse F Hubbard, f: Cantell, G C Wright, desired on this matter will lie gladly given. furnished the shortest notice, at rock-l>ot- quality.

shave I G B Slaymark and wife. Ml* Walter, Mrs W. 'G. GOLEM AS, torn prices, at C.LJ4SI> EXAMINE.Mrs. .
If you want quiet, or a good Kenn.ton, J F Sunderbtnd. S Bother wife ANGEL'S: BAKERY, M. is agent fur the Domestic Perfect

cigar, go to Rt.'TI'iH.uI1Ea's. and nurse 11 D Baker, Mr Meyers W W Gen. Tray l'aSIf.gellt, C-entre Street, I Fitting; Patterns. No one should fail to try
17 Linfelke, Edwin C Low and wife. ('. >r. Bay 4 Hogan Jacksonville. Fla. 23 Opp. old I', O. Building. them. tf

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : FERNANDINA 'LA. j jt

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AV GOD'J llAXD STILL. II. J. BAKER A nitO.f ST. JIAIIY'S HIVrU PACKET.hTEAMER DR.LIVER DVUKEE'S I

How cuh I cease to pray for thee? Somewhere Oj ',': I

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In God's universe thou r! "L-i1:; {;"'- AND KIDNEY
, great ort to-day ; Ui: "'..larl St., New York.MxrrrrfKBR8 .' ...:..... .. r.t.1M: : ".
Can He not reach thee with His lender (' \rc? "'.. !-::':; 'J: -. .:0.

I Will lIe not hear me when for thro )pray? CTRRSLIVER
'JIg : : )FLORA.IT. : .
f What matters it to Him, who holds within : ; : IIrFOIUU ; COMPLAINT, KIDNEY DISEASE, FEVER AND l A(/'}<:, CATARRH,

, The hollow of His hand nil world", all ( '\ JOHN: litl'1iAklsn., FEMALE: WEAKNESS, NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM: DYSPEPSIA: ,

space, WILL RUN ON THE ST. MARY'S IUVer : SIDEACHE, HILIOUS COMPLAINTS, and any Disease ..
',' That thou art done with ('arthlypainandsin 1 ? the followsLeave
during season as :
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\1' Somewhere within His ken thou }ha-t a STI n'S .-T. )['RY'S'J'HY: :MONDAY and arising from Disorder: of the :Stomach: or Hlood.

THURSDAY( MORNING at U; mlock lorFtUNA.Nmxv
1. place.Somewhere. Liberal discount to
I, 1 :: ; and will leave }"hnSI"S..\ Jtfr I'rice One Dollar. Sent by mail on receipt of price.

thou livest:' and hast n'clof Him! ; waine: dawn ut 8 a. in., for 'VMP I'IMKMY: Dealers.!
and all intermediate landings on the river. cio. iiL'tiiirs A into., AKOH,
Somewhere
soul to
thy sees higher heights
OIt\XH TREE IVIU
climb Returning EVERY TUESDAY ami FRI No. \\.c't Day Street, citrncr Ocean,
; DAY will arrive at ST. M.VHV'K at !5 p. m., FLA.
And somewhere still, there may ho valleys touching FUIIN,\XWNA. tf JACKSONVILLE, ,
? dim On WEDNliiDAYS and SATURDAYS{) ,

,A That thou must to reach the hills (Under Formula Gen. n, Forrester.! ) will leave :;MAUV'H: at x'M:: u. in., and can '
sublime. pass !he chiirtertHl 1 for 'XCtll'1'iIJIIH toDuugestess ARLINGTON NURSERIES. :


Then all the more because thou canst not i I
Pronounced by Orange Growers the very --
hear and other points of interest in the vicinityof I

Poor human words of blessing will I pray. Fernmtim,tine. rrUOI-IC.\I ami NEMLTItoriCAL: FIIUIT TREES, ROSES: DKCIDiviKtuii :

0 true, brave heart 1 iud Mews: thee where- I
\ soc'cr Ilcnt Manure for the Orange, Tree 'r n'ouJb Hills of Ltitliiij VOVH .Uld : :\ SIIItLJBS'and FLO11'ERiNG II.TS.

""J In Ills great universe thou art to-day. by MALLORY'H LINE of Steamers to all I

Julia C. li. Dorr. points; on the St. diary's.lose ---

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NOT TALL ENOUGH.-A good story is told (: Coniiection NJoWSII CHOICE: VARIETIES Budded Orange Trees MADE A SPECIALTY.

of Prince Alcxanderof Holland. The Prince,
a young man of rather staid and literary maile with the New York and :S.ivannuliSteamers. : --
tastes. paid a visit to Berlin hi.st summer, t Mark all goods "Care of:SteamerFlnro :
and a review won. given in liis honor l Ity the ..'Oluu:s'rlltoS: CO111'LETE: : : 1L1: Fctnandina.: 11.0- Send for Descriptive {Catalogue.
Imperial Court. Military( pageants! form an ALBERT: i. itil)11'ELL.
integral part of every grand reception in the M ins: (ACCOMMODATION) FOP. PASsengers. '
FLA.
Prussian capital ; out Prince Alexander, 1iXetil': . with little inclination for soldiery sat; in silent find! this a very attrai tic trip, a- the scenery
.1 contemplation while the troops} were I is grand and alligators und lit Ill'!' game: are
deli ling before him. All\ at once the Crown FOK KvKav: : FARM CROP, abundant. SANBORN & HOYT
I Prince drew the gne.st's attention to an For further information apply to ,
; Uhlan regiment, with the remark that they JOHN RICHARDSON(: ;; j
SECOND: STREET: NEAR CENTRE: r
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"a body of replied 2.Vtf Fernamlina Fla.
'r.'o were men. ,
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\ Prince Alexander, "but they are not tall\
scientific
Prepared on principles to producea
! enough." This reply, delivered with the O. S. O.VKX.iS, WHOLESALE AND RirTVIl

traditional Dutch phlegm, a little surprised large: yield( per acre. -
GROCERS N II I I* CIIANILERS
his interlocutor, who, however merely ob "i I. ,
served Vl ry well; then you must see my iii' '. 1"" ,J:.I....
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I' cuirassiers" The cuirassiers erect' in theirsaddles ANTI 1)1 \t.KRS IN
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like men-at-arms of the middle ,
went by in breastplates:, and plumes. \ages\ ell, Also JF.\UM: IN l.1... .,...:. ... ... .;;: .' 'ft" |111.\.1| I ('(RN, I I OATS, I |IIRIC'K. I i |M.ME.. .1| 1 I.t('. i

J what do you think of them/" asked Prince ..>.".;-.....,.,...'.-, ..J, \ '
l'ritz.II Splendid men, but not tall enough." --
Still more piqued than astonished I this unexpected PRIME: AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS, UNDF.RTAKER.: :
response, the heir to the crown of BOUNTY A LARGE: STOCK OF FURNITURE: .\\'.\y ON HAND.IMHly .

Germany: exclaimed, "Indeed ; then wait FERNANDIVA\ : FLA.
Guard.' In HULPHATE AMMONIA, :!
till you sec! the regiments of the
due thin these magnilicicnt six-footers:! made, Constantly on hand .. .- -

their appearance, and the same query fell NITRATE: SODA, :MALLOKY'tt 'Iuh-r Season 1ST und IHHO.!
METALLIC BUitIA1, CASES: I
from the lips of the Crown Prince.: "Theyare ,.
not tall returned; .
enoughery quietly
i Prince Alexander adding gently but mean SUPER PHOSPHATE: Jnm.UJ.I'HATI' :, WOOD} COFFINS: TjlLORIDA)' STEAMSHIP: LINE. I GEORGIA: )l AND FLORIDATXL )

ingly; We ('uI1II00l1 our country, when we .
\ I choose, twelve feet! deep." In Rosewood: Walnut ami other woods.: .t\ It S'I'Kor.. <'(UII-" ':

. .. : OF POTASH,
-- -- ---- Only 1)1&'''('' Line lo New Y rk. :. \ )
; : : tr.uh'r'nhcr"o" Goods" TIME :M'ur.Dn.r.: ,
1j j5 ;' ? copy) when went tu clubs of 20 ,

I I4' It 1'JUA the |>rico WJoJohI'l'UII'I.of the 1'IIILADKL-, one NITRATE OF) POTASH.MURIATE Masonic and other EIIlItIl'IIhrotlll and Tnkimi /:( i"1 Tumi-til lltfcmher, 7
r-- year, to any ud SEASICKNESS: : No OCEAN: DANGERS:
, per copy when heat In clubs or to, OF POTASH: : DONE. II I
$1 .50 ht tile. |irpo! of the 1'IIILADKL- I II rarr
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I 1'111.WlmKIY TIMIX; ono Bodies exhumed t for removal. Safety guar r I
t year, to any address SULPHATE: : MAGNESIA, anteed.FURNERALS; I
.. 9 per **>i>y, to ttinitta "lIhll'rllll'l'II. IH : attended to. I
Ia ,1.,.. J.00 the|>ric <>rilie I'MILADKI.I'IltA SULPHATE OF SODA Order* by mail or telegraph will receive THE KINK HTEAMfcRrt: : ,
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-- WKKKLY T1MI: >*, ono year, to prompt attention.
nay \tilt!rl'MIt.Q6 ?-if Remember t that I am opposed' to high WESTERN TEXAS, i
Fo/Hlx Dollars we will raid three H'rldlurt' Ground 110..... prices.OFFICE.
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eoples of the IMIILADKLl'HIA) CITY OF AUSTIN, )..,-
WEEKLY TIMES ono year, to : is :S.\MionN k HOYT'S Ou STORE, TilE STEAMERS
.- any ucltlreltlt.llOltlugc; free.cud give jan4 SECOND T1tEF.T. "CITY OF BRIDGETON,"
CITY OF DALLAS.
the person! sending u* the money
H oyorlime ANNA '" III* TJIIJWAK.utHMiutirullylllUMtnitcl l Our circulars give full particulars, and are Capt. JOHN FITXOER\LP,
: IRS ANNE C'l..VRItl'rilHIRD :
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\ volume mailed free to all applicant Theyill interest STEAMER; : OF' THIS LINE WILL i "D.\"In CLARK,"
at Nil 'PIIRCM, the retail priceof you if you mine interested in Agriculture A leave FKRN\M.INV. EVERY THURSDAY ; Captain WARD
which U Four Dollars.WK ; ST.. Birr. CJ-.NTUK A AI.U.IU-A, YORK and from NEW ,
Culture. lo-Uin for NEW
or Orange YORK
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UNHESITATINGLY CLAIM roll THH Pier 'JO: East River, EVERY FRIDAY for
FOR ( OOJ) CUSTOM-MADE: FERNANDINA, FLA., Florida at :'i p. m. are now in FIRST-CLASS: ( ORDER in every
PHILADELPHIA This Line, having no transfers: to make department, timid will perform the

AND SHOES, JIlt\IER IX TUP.ChoireNt between Jacksonville and New York, oilers: ONLY INSIDE: ROUTE SERVICE
BOOTH the best and cheapest transM>rtation to Florida
i WEEKLY TIMES :.shippers.! : between Savannah and Florida, connecting
,
Fruits andCONFECTIONERIES Ycgetaibles. Oranges will receive special care in h.mdling. ut Savannah with the tirst-class: Steamships
That It ii U the LAUQKST, the CIII:.\I'EST und of the Ocean Steamship ('0. f'r New YorK,
the 11KHT family Jourllull'uhlhlll".I. write to us also: with Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston .
for a specimen copy anti juiluo for yourself. InUs : ) ETC.: PASSENGER;: : ACCOMMODATIONS( ARE Steamers.!
column the render will IIml ALL THE NEw, I FIRST-CLASS.:
ample \urlety of J<:Kilitorlul Poetry, I.ltl'mryrt.- OOINti; Nnt'Tll.Dural .
Boles, Htorien and Kketohes. Tales ofTravfl, Ka>,li. I Bliss': Garden Seeds, Flowers Farm and The traveling 'public are otYcred the advantages Clark-
ton UoHHip. Interviews with I'rominent :Men Fl..nmuielul {. of it DIRECT J.IXI'ITlIOeT I Leave; : nlllll h...Monday Afternoon.'I111l!'!!-
I! Reports, Dr.iuiutio! I'riiioimiiH UelixioiiiTMmipi Garden Implements.: 7 tf ANY CHANGES.: Connections made ut day Afternoon.!
f1 Agricultural Doiiieiaio Articles, std .. ... ... Fl'rnI1\I1illu.'J'ue:4lhl '
very other lecture that can make paper valiui- -- -- -- 4. Jacksonville with all steamboats for all Arrive Evening: Friday

ble. The mlHcellany of spirited wriilntfx, o\ei. I ; S. KITZEWOLI.KR, 'points! on the St. Joint's Ockljwuha und Evening.
1111 every variety and! raiiKcofiiubjeutuntl ihoO;(nt, IlUmHin'I"" and with the Transit!! Kail- City of* lipid e'fuu-
will be maintained as or old 1 by fonlributors who i road ut Fernandina for all railroad stations Leave a"allnuh..TUl'dAfternoon! ,Saturday
Utnil ut the lieail of their MpecitkltirM.A .Afternoon..
in Florida.
feature will I IM the coiillnuutlon of the
special FLA.
"ANXAIJ 01' THISVAU.: ." Kinphioally written I JACKSONVILLE Arrive Fernandina..11'evhustlay: Mornintf!',
by !!soldiers North cud south JciM-ripthe of M.uiettand FREJOlI'fAXD PASSENGER: RATES : Sunday I lfllillg'.
i events in which they took an active purl one LOWER: TIns BY INDIRECT LINES.: : Arrive Jacksonville.Wednesday Noon.
Ii, chapter of which will uppeur in each number.Thene I - i l' Annuls have proved HO valuable that tile Black Silk, 5)0) e., warranted all silk.The .
'r Through Rates and Bills: of Lading I
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their fret IMrieti haw, ;
; '' bound volume containing GOING XORTH.
: JOHN MACKENZIE'S, best silk in the U. S
l found an immenwj siile. I $1.00 to nil i pllillt
; .i 5-Stc.imers of this Line 'IttitlIircc't from City of Jfftii-
Summer Silks at 50 c., (me. ; best 70 cts. : Leuu l.ulatkll..Thu'"lay Afternoon.
Sign; of the GOLPKN SHOK, FERNANDINA to NASSAU, N. P., undercontrail r
TERISOsaYlun:
Matting at 14 c.5 fancy at 23 ,'. with the Habamas:! Government, Leave Jacksonville.. Thursday Night
One copy, f 2.00 1 I Ten copies, $13.00( FIRST STORE:: ON CENTRE: STREET: and are the only steamers that land ut thepier Leave Fernandina.! : ) 3.'M: p.m.,Friday.
Five copies H.U | Twenty vupie ..S.eaj fill) lilac Flannel Suits at $tJ to'$12.: Arrive'Suvannali..Monilav Morning, Saturday -
in Nassau.
j Au extrlll'Opy to the getter up or Club.. near R. R. Depot, Moriiing.Clnrk .
; 'Tnll refunded if 21-tf It. W. SOUTH WICK, Agent, .
: THE "t. 27-tf Fernandina, Fla. :Money not s-atisfactorj [ Druid -
B-3t Timed Uuililmjf Philadelphia.MTIIIITY _. ._ _. Fernandina.
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C. II. MALLORY( CO., I.ae Fermuidina..Tuesrlay I'l'ning'rI.:
<;. F. A1'EItYSLl1'E1tY MOXCIIIUF HOUSE, York. 2tfIMU'NTRIAI day Evening.:
,: BROTHER, __.Pier, :iMJKust: RivcjvNew: .. : Arrive Savuniwli..1Vetluewlay Night, Saturday

MIDI:; HUFFIN(5TON, JIACIIIXEWORKS. Night.
;I BY :. NOTE.-On liutli trips{ South and North,
'TIERNANDINA' FLORIDA, CORNER OK PINE ANP FOIWVTII SiREPrs, the Ua\'itll'lark will call at all wav landings.All .
trips terminating and starting from
t, \i AND HOARDING STAHLES.CARRIAGF.S :; .J JuvkMouvllle Flu. F. R. POND, PROPRIETOR. Fernandina connect with Transit Railroad:
1 MAM'FALTl'HEKl VXD PhU.ERS IN Express'ruin: to and from Jacksonville, and

: AND WAGONS; TERMS 81.50 AND 82.OO PER DAY, there with Steamers to and 1'1'1)11all landingson
the St. Johns! also to and from Jaine .
Stogy es, Healer and Range, To and from Steamers: and Trains. According to Locution IiIsumis.d1ills Shop situated 3 minutes' walk west of Dfjxit, yule, Waldo, Cedar Key etc. Tickets ure
sold through to and from all the above
JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
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CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC. ..KNOWN HOUSE IS CI.X. IHiints and when Steamer City of Bridgeton
TISD SHEET: IRON WARE: :, : WELI. : runs through between Savannah:; und Palut-

f \ liK-attsl und having been renovuted I. M\ .\ OP ka, passengers also:. have the choice of goui"by
FOR $ILK : throughout will kept us u tirt-cla-s-s rail between Pcrnaiulina and Jackson"ville.

; ROOFING AM GUTTERING.; HORSES: HUGGIES: HARNESS: house The Proprietress, having had ex- IRON AND HRASS;; CASTINGS, .
CAnTSXl> WAGONS. I'cril'Ilbllth North and South, will share j For Stute-Rooms, Tickets, and all other
t no juiins tar the comfort of her patrons in IRON FRONTS AND FENCES particulars, apply to the following Agents
making file house home-like as in the
--e: any and Ottil'l'2l:
r TERMS e.II.
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Just received consignment of city: _.-_._ __ .__ ____- For Dwellings and Cemeteries, latest design. SavaniahCa.-Gr.: Bull and Bryan StsopjH .
l li ;A? Oftkc and Stable-Fir t Strvt-t, near >site 1'u1a..klan,1 Streveii House. ;t'
'. Stoves The "COOK'S JEWEL" appropriately Inn onm Street Wharf. 4'Mf! T. I also have the largest assortment t/ MACHINERY Fernandina. Fla.-At the Egnumt Hotel ,/

\ We will not __. ._u_____._ I PATTERNS: in the State, and and I to Cupt. J IIU. 1.. Roumillat Agent.) '1 .1
is
named it jewel
U ('OIlJ'. iiiioriir.us' I Spencer HOIINC.ST. "" can till moft any order without parties! iiay.bug Jai-kMiuville. Fla.-Corner Bay und Pine '\

} be undersold. )hR\'R. GFORGII. for the extra excuse of patterns. Sts., Dr. L'Engle's Drug; Store; A. C. Lanphere .
SECOND ST., Oi'l'OSlTB 1'. <>, My Machine Shop is funifched with the Ticket Agent; A. L. Hungerford
1-iy r .... I-OPUUVR latest improved tool, which enubb my Agent. '

'Improved r Properly for J. \\.. THOMH,'N. fit the Keat>arge:: House, workmen to turn out work with the j greatest St. Augustine! Fla.-On the Bav, R, V,
.. White Mountain, Proprietor. dopittfh, and at the lowest cash price. ,:\rll.tr"uKl'ut..
,Sale GOODS STORE, Transient rates, $:!..V) jver day. Liberal Agent for the WATERTOWN STEAM Palatka Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers & Co.,
rail' ubacriber often for tale ten acre of land DRY term made to thlM.\ desiring Inmnl by the ENGINE CO., and can furnish their EN. Agents.
ALU10X. Levy County, Flu.. between Ar- und i SAW-MILLS at the GUSTAVE;
week. 11 tf' MINES: ;, HOILERS IJI \'E.
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ttteee1333at Uulf und
Atlantic,
and UroI\.IIOU.OIl the 43:
41 UU P\Y TUKKT, _
shortest notil'1. General .
I (
IU Traiuttt Kuilroad. The laud is all well! very Pussenge1 .Agent
West In' wider goal fence, Mud luw a comfort I : ,-There will \..i a regular com. .\ *>. JUDSON'S:: CELEBRATED STEAM W. !'. RUm,
ubfefruiui bou.e. There are :tit lM\IA'b treeth JncliNouvUic, I'lorldu. MASONIC n of Amelia l>xln'e. No. 47, GOVERNORS and KNOWLES' :STEAM: : Gt'le".ljl'lIt.. ""utmah.
peen.to and abe Honey teach; U** "rul.e'III tl'fftll to-S i I.)1... ou Monday evening, February PUMPS:: kept constantly! on bund, and sold J. X. 1I.\HHU1.\,

ltee years.aperuonil of l4at and and Concord a large; 73 variety Of""a ot'i ulLt.Jeonuuoeut.ILIllilru i 123-1.t fraternally ut 7) o'l-hxk iimtcd t-lurit.{ : utteiul.Trun>icnt brethren at For almla..tltn'N'further information prices, freight, Price: added lasts Catalogues -11_ ?_ h_ )lalla'. ... ., '.r.-.

Thil prupenf iary.healthy and trultful ...Uua.don. W. F. SCOTT, W. M. etc.. address F. It. I'OS'O.I' JOB PRINTING, in e"el't'le., and at

.Nt. Mirror office U ,O.Fertwndina UUn\sl1J", Fla, ORDERS: PROMPTLY ATTENDED: TO I Jons WHITNEY, 'C""tArv.. O. l ox ;iO). Jacksonville, Fla. lowest rates, at the MIKUOB, oft\\ e.





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