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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 11, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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>:::1' SEMI -'VBEK.LY. FERNANDINA FLA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 11 I l 1880. VOL. !. NO.t,1.1.

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f'' rr. J-JITOU-AX: II' YI.. I he was at the nee! of twenty-one. He frt !. of t the. colored I I'olt'ri 1'I''nlly sent t there .O\iT"I1. ('.11:1' fOIIlI.O.\'IJI\'I: I I .1 ma it.titoi

I fluently takes: long hunts fordav": utI time from" t the South. I --
Air f -"The Thnf H..l".,...." 1 but never feel!* ut all fatigued.: ; Tlime who |I IMUXV (1I1111H1..I11l1t.r Hint's I II V: tlfslrc/ tit .fit'urt, rttiitlilf Itn,1 ""I"m.'I"f! t 111'1; Sill I'M CMS:: ) OK tilt \IS TO M.W: lilt I.MX; <,
An editor rot in his! easy\ chair I irregijaritie" I 'f'(kI"'", ii>freffMinlftit for: tlir MlKKiMt n-rrv i ,\ complaint; has, hen-tofotv, c\i'fcil Hint
sometime"! accompany, him state that hisc.vcsighf lending to his di mN";al, are said to hill: eI '! t'tn'n'un, d ,'ilI"I'1 tltf: ttntr, In hi* chair of state sat he ; is! surprisingly no.t.'I'"l'Tal: invalids I caused,I deep grief to :Secntary :N'hurxlio: I rttdkr tlirj'itlliiiriiiit,; /",,,,,,,,.iV itm : HV\ uiiI/',"rH'IU'fl j I there \\'asu'tsutli'ienttt8i) htflrtati'u i :' enpaci-

11'hilr'h(' thou: itoeralhlit'randlie I mte have visited, the and after 1 i iiil"tiifli/, flir nitilirv nf! ft1 nirrtfinimb-itf ild I J oll'trcd to :St. [Louis to ,make the liver a
: recently spring; llo.lp\'r\, rmittdence, in him.
and he swore, for j jTIIKHI I. t]'!if !J.f' Ilir, Mlliltou il.itiiifi tin' rvuhrnnltirrnj, i route:. t for the !shipment of gtuin to New Orleans -
in its
bathing: health-giving, waters n I'
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Doing nil with dignity, ; : F: are In (Congress I Iks ex-l-Vdi-ml and lir iiitrnu'it, tml will furnish f"/ liiin tliffMiftiil .
for
: grave foreign There e\i ted tl.t-
month nt more returned with all complaints rnnl.i; ,It.d,1' him Jr\ fmliI'C.IKC, fcmlin evpmt. ;
For. 1111Intl>;1 write, though their readers, HI ex-Confederate !soldiers! ; I 1': cxIYdenilGeturaN i i .
cured, and with Immnut !spirits '1'hisspring !l thr fnmr !>,>l until fmiit liver In ttnir tn >'?- Mississippi Transportation Company: with
1IItWCl'I., : and 17 Confederate ; so it appeal" it'iirr; 1'.t'f'; ; its
I h dad
is situated in folk miles it fi'i-inii-'lfil jobs numerous steamer nnd\ barges, which
county se\cnty-livc that the of "Kobe: Itritmdicn" II't lishtd liif II.,'. 1'1,1'II"t,' ( If .',, j,1
And the labor is bitter, the curse! are cry : I / n / '' nil were dllillll11 that could be done them
from Leesburg. :So; it would !ll'l'lJll'oor old much foundation.lit "itfli foul; II)"."/ tfurni"lrd, ,; trttllif. Or.i t* itfltii by ,
deep, : an )iuitter'tt'mire ; \1'1 t it was: la'inied; \ I bv
Ponce l)e Leon :stopped a few'tiles too soon. tit required fu rc/mrt enrrnil urntr, nnd co'it.iistiif ; 111:111that, tllt.'II11ld
While the foreman for i.s groaning.Ye J: R.4ox5st Atlanta that the not meet Ihdl'lrdt'I''
copy : sticec- tiHiil .* '.' nnither ..
(Had he only reached this spring he might "" finti'i: '/ /ifirina from abroad ";'('1111"1' tlf the inability of that
fill bidders! of the. Macon and I Itrunswick' nd ye ntml inti'lHiienei nn-h rt' j.. fiiitiil jogpnblirnli'nl'tS to
them
with the
editor and his have been company
paused uplifted pen, living yet ; supply ueccssiirvtrllltt''nl'lat11th :
Railroad Bare will ,t make tlu-ir bid !. iiinl" wiflll'.f l>r unit In rffifiii'e '
: : II ;good.The 'hhllsr11utliI11y) 11nh'tllhtedly'Ions
"Oh why should. I labor? said he ; A I'urof tourists, sportsmen and business i Bullock ,.uds fillytnhinin, ,, nutf'rl'rolihlhh', I'tirtiit In- I, iK-siroti* of,! carr.v'ing; all ,tl'ie grain down
"The harder I work, though I toil like a moil left Orlando last week for theTulrtpckaliga bignb, are :supposed to 1" caife the trouble. one ,'.'r 'f'III'I', Iliiil err tool lie tulle" l'n net ""d"I'IId"tll1 orders IILr
Turk, where they will take the ', ; in ; upon our marketvcic' so Irl" '
11WKivsVtt.i. li i had i,';tIIM1) tire gtllt'tilllinhlh.li'1t rhrrrapuulrult.l'l'hu' tutu contingent) I that tuntrniN could tienlalc
The mire blame is! lavished me. steam fnry Hell, which has been charteredby : r., v. a y; on ) : ) only

I strivo for the best t, solid, wisdom and the 4th. The members of the Walliuk: on ccrtnimies', nnd hence other ap,\
Maj. .L It. Marks, agent; for the Midlandcompany Kelp" plications tor freight nccommnilation) rutildnot

jest, and go down the Kissimmee river theatrical troupe were out in full (''1"1'111,1, The. iron steamer ( 'Union", of the Morgan:: he-ucivdtil to. This ercnted much disappointment

To mingle in wise harmony ; toOkechohce, and if possible, in to the l'ahsraluttchee. did good] !sen ice winning; the plaudit* of the line, ft'ollI'W ( )rlelliI4'll .Niturd.iy last, among IIII'E1'hllllty receiv ing ors
Yet subscribers are constantly moaning" plpleInti the />i'.y" i/r/i. tiers for grain from I 1'111'1', and the wish
IIIt.ak when within nhntit IHih'"I'
sprung\ a has lung I existed among them flint mMitioitnl\

: Ye editor sighed and resumed the sail !strain, The party was: made up a* follow, : :lluj.I :\f n. 'r i.nex denies: the n-jtort t that he is her wharf and it beinmc necessary to I beach 1II1IIudt"III.lh'Ildlil\| : for, hil'"lt'llt by liver ,

Oh sad i is the fate: left to me ; {. Marks, general manager; and) director; about to marry, and adds, : "The author of her immediately. The. I injury to the !steamer: could. I be:.. !supplied.. I by other trnuslsrtatiuurntcrpii \

There are worse men I know in this! worldof James: De Laney quartermaster and I eommissary the rum ir has apparently acted upon the does not seem to be tervst'rt'n* ; the greater II vv.mid t" seem that a perccptim' was\ had: )

woe, ; James W. Wilcox, of Maitland. ;jGol. maxim of oijuity jurisprudence, that what \part: of her. cargo was considerably tlama;:e 1 I. I I of the necessity of :Sf. Louis uin .1 t spirit

Yet all point and remark, that ;i" he !l' Thompson, of Kentucky'j; Col.! N. Anderson ought to have been done ha* in fact 1 been mid, will, perhaps, prove\ a total loss.Dr. awakcne.l: and stimu.ated, : to Ins' t it, fur

Too funny or S'lher' or of Georgia ; Rev.I. I'. :St rider of Virginia done' Kt'erelt, a Baptist t \prcaclur ..I' this :!'nlre.i'lv}', instead IIlll'l'f'glllarlllld' :nn, necnslonal -
personal, gay, I i.tiilily, I iso.lercd (to (lie Jwill trade f'l'"lit'
f ; I cannot snit all, do a? well as 1 may ; ; D. 13. Cunyus, of Georgia ; It. 1 I1. Cannon Tit : Xl'yo..k. llti-nlil'' cable at'cuunt'P ,: place: tlblllt'l'I'I on last Saturday evening; ,'il\' three tratitoitatiiiii| line fully en-

Portly stylo, so'tis: said I. re. |uires toning." of (Georgia ; and Cq't.1C1. Ur.ick, l >r.W. the Havana earthquake mentions, the 0"\1' i 6! It'dolI:1":: i'1'\1'011" "I'.hL' carrying) I all\ the : ruin" which may: (he

A. Shelby, Mayor: A. M. dryer and Col.1 pati'n'f the palare'f: the Captain-General( 1 j J.HI'II"r1 !>. ':" .'rt.hl'rmllit. O1n'uita'rt'r'lit.e''lltsill:
Ytcritics hose frown would\ condemn every t.Il' hi"IIIrof the river commcicc\ of M.
Barrett of Orlando.
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by a'"distinguished party of _.ltneniellus'fwh
I'ut the
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11'/tl" i was depntlurt vesiectlny nf the
man, Three double teamloaded with stores, 'ul nt'Ill'rnlh'ri.lnn: i istont''Snub fur I m--t tow of the Mound C.tv
O turn from your rensnreand pride ; Tin- recent stonny! weather ha: tell, a good i Transportation
Remember that 1111, both great writers and betiding and camp outlit !left hereabout 10 Grant See ? 'j C itnpnny-IlicdVui/ IMlarh/icinol I live harp's) ,
result in ordimmec 1 be ,,:
small, o'clock a. 11The party will In- gone about I causing; an to \piis.edto i i tarrying :iSio.iinu' buhei* of guru to :New Ori -
Have these good points and bad, side by TIIK debt statement Jamury' shows! the ( have all low lands: properly\ drained.! I i It'tuls'ne barge notableas: the largest t In
two weeks \\ (' supplied t the party: with
decrease: to be $11,01411393: : gold; certili- capacity; the Mississippi i tiverun'l probu-
side, ; Tlte I public sc'ioul! I is 1111 the lt'ni'e, aunt! :isno '
I Put yourselves, \ i in the place that ye editor note honkl.1111! will give our rpa,1t.I'11 account sates: outstanding: ;f.lOHllOtlj; silver ccitili- Ic'ii'her: having the conlideiiee! the bly, in the wnrld-its load being, probably,
,
I of their their rctllrll.O.IIIII"OllI patrons : ]II4I.lltl'' bushel* ( I for it Iwlli'r
tills trip on
cingo
t'atcs'utstandiug: t ,0.)2)10! :? {) certificates i of lit Jrail.
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And when have tasted its cares anti has: been yet M-h-cli-d. the 1> -11.,1) ln, >/ai'tl 111t"'hll..IIl'I'I.) four other bargisconveyed
its ilL, you Hrjtortcr.aEXKRAL deposit! outstanding) ; $1j:? ; 'iO ; legal: tendeiN \\itliholtl I the fund( L'iMiiMHi' liii
Stopped will be your rnwingandnulan- i: 1NTKLLIGKXCK. outstanding, :?;3l.",(i.si)01
III I!. I, curr'nry'ntstt)1lsling, $l.V'S'(! ,71' !tNI, d\\\ Iling-house in S\,nithVaM) !. ", aii'l hint: umoiiiit frit of* "''i'"uvc\ntice mill tv'ultregniresit'hun41rel.'ars ,

I"' STATE XEWS.Ox i THE New York detectives have again THK damage done by the Kite gale on (Ili(' ,'')nilt'u&clht'rrcrt'u'fuhu 1 ',.t' :it.n'e'n" which, at 1III\'ra/, number height 1'1"

I found Charlie )toss Atlantic coast was very great. :Severale*- the. old burned-out lot 'lienr' the ilepul( tfl Ira\1111,1/1111'11; twenty-four li'ci1, ht

the 28th tilt there were in the port of sels went ashore them the AVcXeioiniiH lallh'l1ool1! ,\' Idling 11\' Ti'III1I'I'llltitl
I THK Dallas county'I Tc\n courthouse among Co. lii\e: ni.itlr-\ I large\ /ndditinn ( 'uupmn') I is mil 'the \

1'ensacola, 11 ships, 4* barks, 8 brigs! 23: ]I !burned on the 4th from Maine, the brig I'uttnUit, from to tbeirsiore building.Mr. river facilities: of St. Louis IIlh' for the ,1t, tl

schooners and 13 sug*. '1'otnllOlI.( ( ,I THE railroad suits against S. J. TiMf'1I have Galvcstoii, the brig; ijii'intpt from ]Dcmarara) i David i i" p.itting I / up; a neat residence. mcnt of her grain trade t \ and reiifliing\her

. THE St. Augustine people have been holding I j been compromised.llr.v. the British !schooiu-r / /'. 1:1'iiKlili>li, frt II I.J.lluaiel The orange e'u 'king; IIHIIM I I.. sta. king; upa aspiration cxi"ts therein, Another is trll"pllltLtll

an indignation meeting to protest against I J. X. Gallaher IMS been t'ollolt.t'rutI.clHbhop ; the British bll'k'lItirlt'"Idl', till'\\ little, a* the llairis gr-ivt i I" abmn cleanetl\ culated company(to '' 'whih export; and ('t'litralcommerclnl Ial-

the high; rates of fare and freight from that lunlg.lhynsn, from Havana, ami the xehoi>"- mil welfare nf St. Louis, anti that I i.*
of Louisiana.THE .
city to Tocoi. : Xtrjthfu Ifiirdiny from Cedar Rey.1o1'eIiiit. Tie! ptit-oflice i is to change; haiiiS\ -'so rays! the : Louis and New Orleans Tnmspoitafloii -
Tennessee Republican: convention t Company, chartered December) .TJil.!; nn.l
THE proposition to lend the credit of Marion rumor. 1 H.r.. Campbell! is the lit'111111.. ;
operations t he first day of tin
will be held 5th. t'OIIlII'II..t
county! to, the Peninsular Road is exciting May THE Russian army i i.* to be increased. 1'.1. Peck, the express agent, ha* gone into ve.ir. ot t .' new transportation t ; ,

lively discussion., The weight of opinion PiTTsnt'KU iron men have advanced, ( t the I the drug business with Jolly of the old Cupt. Lourev, of flu old .; 1'11\111)i
:
YELLOW fever ha broken; out in Brazil.
favorable the price of iron f'nr cents. firm of Johnson) :< &' Jolly. manager, nml Tlioiuns K.: Beiuict, I"t'l'rdnrThl..1Il.II. .
t favor action to I
!seems ) some TilE death of bt II( HlIlIlItonf'lIlour three tow boats nml fuiiitccn
I Ri, 111 George
and the will AsEvrinthe New York stock! exchangewas I The :Santa Fe ('l\lIalli! going; ahead,l all the
I
proposition, we presume $23,000 : is announced.A Ilr :, 1"1 although flu I ('tninpiiny' was HOiecently
eventually be forthcoming. ) sold recently for 17000.( ) : ti II II'. There work 1 for twenty teams and chartered ami In OI'l'l'ullil. ten nt'

Berlin 1t'lkalj'urnul j has been confiscated fifty men tit good wages. .\ steamboat will their barges" which willllaJ ceitainly two
ONE, t W.>, three, four, live, six items copied i j BELLE BOY)) is! coming S null to lecture I tows! prove Orleans, loaded
by the G'.ivernment.Queen be built this: winter. X. X. X.retifunry .I'I'llh'tllilr ,
verb l' m fr.>m the jfirror in t the St. Augustine i j for the beneft'f the Hood orphans with grain :ll't river wit liberated j
i ( Victoria opcm-d I her Parliament }')/', /. 1 on ( the rains! have
rrcm without creditl'c find it necessary, i l HBV.VY :'n'wtnrul< and cold), wcathlcrare I hC.Iol'ltlldlllulIll t
I
the .r'>th with quite a lengthy; speech. I I1l.IIIllfJ.1I1 given ( tll'l't' barge lines 1t\'t carried 1 i
in order to economize space to boil dusvn"the I I reported. 1'1'011I'ario'I"\ pints'rth, I (.,17'11IJ.t0I, tt.t.\ (1"llIl", elevators JI"MI.I" tiuncels|

items: in our columns of "State: TIn Brazilian coU'ec troi.\ is reported goo.1. of en nod by so doing through Ilie
Xcws"I i t believe in I'M
I Tin: !Supreme Court of Gcorgl.1 has refused I II1IH'W ,t'1'srt't. 1Chnt,1oy':1: n* thevllret nppot- ?
IIlhl"G ''II'ral News, ," but where we we The crop of cotton is estimated I,2.NIINN 1 ) lll''t'll'iln'Ilry) .o1thlert'iihni, tinl'e'btinttl 1 .
cn/iy nnd i
trial to (Cox, the murderer Alston.. speediest IIII-HII: bringing prosperity -
glut nf elevators. in
bale. us ( (:'liieagt> (
;always)( give credit. to :Marion[ county? :1) 'XjIII ; t
I SHKIIMAX: is said to have captured, the ANHWKU. A (Railroad.. fNewhere. The Jr'ut ) In tow ni \
A BKEVU: riot'U" threatened in ( Cloiiinel the
THE Ocala Jinnnsr the discovery of I frrnt AViV tier
reports North Carolina::; alt. H'plJhlil'1l1l1'oll"I'nti'II. I 0.J. What kind lot'II rail/ mud I ? Onelikelbe I 10Ic wll 't
lrelnndby] iinemployetluiid ("',IMll IoIlu'l.! tif No. 2 : 'flit'nnillion
which, has been starving people,
a ]large case near that town :Sil \ Spring railroad that makes! 1 four hours 111\.c l'Ir.
recently explored' null in one of the ehnm- I j 1 Southworth:; paper mills at Springfield t on the 3d. in two miles, or one Hint come* liki'sluwas. New Orleans biisbeNnf ('UIIII'II.t 'c 1'.1 1 Ixnnto > i'
Jla+s., was h burned I on the 4th. Loss, $70,000.( I sent fi .r'.' tlr (flrt'I'1 export IIt muigntlon -
hers of which n vast di posit of 1t..t-;;:lanCl England breathes fnely u ;riin. Tlieslnry' I was rl"lIllc w11I,1 have re'iiret.l| I
.1, 1 want the kind that w1llcnmelikesht'huh
was found. This reminds: of an.trheriat'I! I TilE Pennsylvania delegation; to the Na about the tattooing tinoung prinee isascertained a load nf, lightning to deliver that '.',""I cant, whihVII.1 lint l' hlahe, up t'l,:hl '
one
near Ocala that was, explored by small party tionallt"lIIIlirnn) Convention Is pledged. for : : llIlatn.III"t'IIII'rlld hon.x.THK : will join Oeala/ and Minimi county; 'to the avcragt I I 1"-"St. Limit /!VMVni.. ,11

some years ago, wh-eli riMiltisI 1 in an Grant Jerman has ordered world[ in the holy bunds of t'ornnges;\ :
t the .
government and early vegetnbles.IJ. JIIYI-r.\S; M I \>IX". -- A special dUpatch ,
astonishing discovery.MR. Tin: sentence of the court-martial, dismissing dituntinuuiceof the u'e of the Mmpcror'.s What I is till 111111\1\1'111111I1 visible sign| nf I'rum.11ex11n rlu, lgyj.tetnceruiugthes"Lt]: I .

: J. A. Hvuuis, of O.-ala.) six year ago i :Major Reno from the service, has been image on the postage: stamps, it ]being considered true! invvnrdiiess :Marion r'nnty''n the! posctl Masonic[ emblems found I under the

set out an orange) grove, ,sour stump* mid i approved. nn indignity; to /him to have hi* fare; railroad A. Voting question, I for bond? ., obelisk, I is as follows : .1)r. I'nnton, I highly I

bil lied them.) He sold. his crop this year, i ANOTHER bank cashier gone. Israel! Boothby punched with thedefringrtinter t : O. Wh.it, wits ,Atlanta in., nude ofA. iiistriictetl MIIMIII, bus finished I careful ex :

on the tree' the last of wliieli vverfg-ithertd, First National, Aum; "' ta. :Maine ; suicide THE distress in Ireland forms a prolific Five railroads I ulillltol"ttlt\ obelisk, and confirms I.Ku-

this w ek, and it fonts' up 7ooo boxes. averaging by drowning theme I for the lust;. The New York HrniM 'ike Ocala] the finest, in Florida!
city ? ,
IM oranges;; to the box' -in all l.U.'W.OOO. M. Ilnxiiv Sty, in his yacht. Henriette ii of the 4th published u detailed 1 statement by A, ( hie. &l :\11IIOIlI emblems, which ( ,''ul/lh'tll
ancient J':
Netting )Ir. Harris over $18,000." ( ) They were voyaging down the coast and will soon counties! and towns, of the number, of sutlering 0. What will it C'O!
p-ieked[ at Waldo on the Transit load and reach Florida. ( people, the list aggregating 1 312,3:0: : destitute I I- that railroad here? ']Masonry[ : u dl''II']1 III( nriginuttij 1 with
North. The fr. advices A. Sacrifice of the 'patriotic emotions of the construction of
shipped buyer, > received \ :-.IOIIIIII'H Temple is
A FIERCE fight; occurred January 20th, between persons.Active some of her darling: old fogies.J. disproved I by the revelations of the
is satisfied with his ,
: l'l1rchase.-UII fm
,
Gros Ventres anti Uncopopns, Indians me. I trey arc already being taken ( Whalolll-t.t: t to I become of old fugle ? tions of the obeii+k. Thu Masonic. ('IIIIIlt'I"fOlull'

Tu e San and l'rtlill is more "techy" than in Dakota Territory. by Parliament for the relief of the suffering A. They ought; to dry up.J. I of 111111 the 1111,1)\111 doubt, lire iden
< Who tlll/J\'t',1
the Brett and down-right mad at us gets / at a barber-simp? tlm"c upon tIl the
gets Irish Amendments to the address In reply IIJII"lt. of
TELEORtrii coimntiniojition over the line I A. First come, first served. Kgyptlnngod: Osiris.
Mamnry
for intimating that certain portions of General of the Cincinnati Southern! Railroad was! to the Juccn's speech !have been otlcrcd, cent i I Isuring fl.rfll., then what railroad ought Ma-: tirlginated with( Til. proves!> of-

Ciillmore's report on the improvement the 30th ult. the government for neglect and ticJlullIlilllt I j rion county lo help first? ut least with COI tlctlol remoter
: opened on A. The one hut( within her bonier! Ilt'lvrllli.I.lr \ I
get
of the St. John's and Fernandina bars has the adoption of measures for >I I 1 ,'oIlMrltIi"1 the
been published in THE Fusion Secretary of State in Maine, i I ni s lieu of the "Ici..k. 1 ( number nf 1llln- t
never yet immediate relief. i, Is theret in IJrik"t''IJrl'il
Marion I
(1. one now ?
county
surrendered the state seal andstate I til us well us t
Don't excited brother S. ) ; tldr (
Ja'kSOIl\'iIC./
get & / paiers Peninsular Kail: \ ( I Indicate '
urraiigemcnt, that
tluY'intly hlshGuillyuc
Uw nand good! time we will prove j to the Republicans. TIIK lilSTltKSS IltKLAMt. I| in and h try ing; her ancients ttinc familiar; with thu higher tle- <

thus make you ashamed of your violent I TUE barracks at Savannah are to be alter. The llentlif sjK-cial from Dublin gives( U i on to f)eala, I greetiii' Masonry, ut ]least as high us (tliefightfcnth .

and unbecoming language I ed and repaired ut a cost of $.3,000, fur pot tabulated statement showing( the severity of ;, th(-l.'hl'n'county h"JIII.I'l'will t those when who the opHi railroad| ; (isuing! eelsthere degree.: )Many peculiar cinbltnis, f

office the the distress! in Ireland. (in the villages, towns not iinderstiMhf by IJeiitenunt ( 'uwnlnderGriiugerwerr .
hilll'as"I.Tue
l'urIItsCI-if ? '
OXE of our justices of the] jKiiee met with adisappointment j and counties. It fully explained l II by i
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day new Ir.Juutol
says every
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last Saturday night which 1 Milwaukee, \Vis., county hospital at horrors in the catalogue of the suuVriiig. from 11""II'I".llt ofievv.. >'lv. 1;
will require several cases to compensate for. 'I "Waumealosa!! burned on the 3d. /Several = The outlook for the coming months an cry fllrloII 'I dll ? other ini|" rt.int (lit- ".

lie to his h home doubt in j' inmates were burned. Loss $J5ono. more gloom than any yet predicted. No It'i'iiiinfllrr, whit pot] jntnI t'"v'ri., not only under the' 14,I Illlb.I. 1, .
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repaired happy, no language can describe the appalling' priya-I St. John in ditrt-ss. on December 2nh, arrivitl Illt II., (in other par'f I gyi't( nmlering ,

thc thought that another week of perplexityand .j THE Portsmouth, N. II., I fishing! Acct is IlIai.1 | nuns or the utter destitution which prevail" in New York on Monday evening.I ; lrolalI.I"lil"l nf tin mystery nf th. "'

care hall'a..seJ. His supper had been I i to Ie safe. It wai carol that some, or ji j It ii imiMKiHilile! to overdraw the situation, I! sailed from Mlddlcliorouxh; I.nxland.; construction ul' the nyrumiiU.: .\ h "l the

prepared for him and in waiting ; and after i all of the vessels had been lost in a ...Iorm.I I so rapidly d i matters become worse. What'rniJ.lat iKivmber 7th, under the command of 'apt. fl.l'I\'cril', was Mastinlc[ u |II'rft" t t'libe,' and also Lifiiten-tin- '
have been exaggeration: yitcrday will 1 1 Ford. On the l.Olh there was a t"'rrllltalr'/ IJ.liut'II'
spending some little time in pleasantly conversing i i Pox- CAM EKOX< stocked the cards awl took t.s mt', rroly bo under-ewtimate. Three bun-r ricune blowing; an I fiiormous waves broke ant (.'t niniaiiiliT < ;lrril.pr.; ] 1 intml>orif

with his family, they adjourned to i I the first hand in Pennsylvania ; but the anti- ilred thousand 11"Ile arc slowly starving, I I over the starboard side of the vcscl ('u'''t. j'', > the Funton's Masonic fraternity entirely iipprovt
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oJlThdr W and can only be Kept alive hvNujK.-rhum.ui j jtlforts Ford. tin I' r. fxplaimtimi, and.li gives this
the sUl'll'r.r surprise can I I was din-cling movement"* tit his '
is .
Grant the )
men not played out < path his entire approbation/
ay game fellow [
imagined when they found that all was! vacancy o-t the j art IIf their -crrutures. i, (crew when a sea Mrtuk him and he wa, .
yet. Some of them are living on one meal a tla,'. i washed overboard The IniaU had all been '
and emptine about that table, and i THE lighthouse supply utramer Fern is of turnips or meal ; thomaii more are Coll.' i| curried away or sma.hed in, and no attempt I\tHMjHn-t far Jluvann .

that a visit had been paid from the rear while I Burning their last ptatoelueal ctl'orts [I to Iathe captain coujd) be made. On thv Person contemplating a visit( to Iluvunfi, ,
their chat was going on. lie never mur- missing. She left Key West January 2Cth! for I' are becoming feeble. The people are looking; ..tarl".arllil" the bulwark were torn uvvay, 'i Cuba, will and trouble in
South i-haul, and ha not since been heard to the world I for succor. 'fheIt'rtJtI.ln,\ making | and everything 1Jtvawa\ swept j ji ttllo .procuring J+
away
his hat and started ,
but
murred out
put on this to 1Jt>IIt'Vult'JlI'eI1&'m.. it i the pa"-port for ftdml*>Ion
from, appeal fitting i ito (mill the dt''&k'. The cargo; which/ vonUted I necessary
fir cheese and crackers. He no doubt consoled net an example, which will lie taken Ui < of iron, shifted l as the steamer mile I heavily 'If the] city, by applying[ ( [ to the undersigned 1

himself with the idea that he would Triaoplsliti'Irl) in New York to the Republican proof of iU siuccritv.. The ileeald, there- in the uneven ....u. Mr. Matthews] the ;I' :i irhief at his tickt-t-otlliv, who will relieve the traveler -

have a case before him the following Mon I "machine," is growing formidable. f ire, has oiieimi a Kubscription fur the Irish oflicer who t tolc tomm.uid of the !' ,< of trouble I by attending to the procurement -
{ to have relief ]beagling; it with the um of IIIH.IXM. I'liiniiitlter when the master was lust| overImunl of their He
Jf'ir/xr'i Wttlly weans joined in the j'nssportn. is > 1 ,
bad Ad arf<
d.Hut it's p.t.-I't/ilt""t"/1 prj
j
a case jvnnre. It solicits other i>N< )ele] to give( in prup.rtbntto ], de iilttl to put into !tat John. The with blank ] conversant with I

: movement.WHITE I|t I their willingness and,) their means. !twill kirm f'Mitiiuied. and on the :VJ-l I a seaman 1 i inumetl the legal U'I.h'utilnllltt, nm',.ary to dispatch andforrectiuns.
who tried to bribe the FuMonUU. receive vulncriptinn, is fur any amounth's1etutN August Amlervn was woieil! I| theo "i
THE Sumter dnture says: ('(',.itleru1/le overboard I i A* 11 .K>rt! Imre to be tbUinwl -
in Maine is to to the I carefully luhli..hiuA' the name Mini tlrowne l. Severe Westerly gates i I I Itontinuetl ) at Washington, D. C.. worldbewell l lUc
U bein directed to Combre going appeal Supreme ; I ;
attention now ? i i and residence of every subscriber and when ( l until the :;111. Two lave later the I ,1 apply IJ'J .i"t week in of the
Spring named after Mr. Combre who has !' Court for protection and redress to his j t desireil, the place of IiU formvr rwdd-nee in harl>irof:-it. John was reached. Thcteamhliiii / i coiitcmpluUtl trip 1.Any further UJIU't info, uatiun

lived near it for nearly one hundred years, i, wounded feelings.GOVCRXOB I Ireland], that the People relieve mays know ) wthoroughly: repaired there, ami (| iltfin i iKiiletl l on thii lu lt'r will be gU,fly eiven.W. I
I tii whom they are in.Il"Jteol. The New Orleans a {uin on January :: !M. Captain Fordwas
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[ 0, GUBW.X
and it is said from constant bathing and use j ST. JOH.V, of Katuas, wants Illinois Deinfifrat ub native 1
I ha'otwnt1 a >wriptioii to j a of )len"IUI'IIu"trlllia, anil lien. Trav '
Airtnt. !
of the water, he is! a'* active and healthy as to chip in $JOfM) to aid in the mpport r the llfrill fund. the IleafUU' who was host w u a Swe-ln. (or, Bay ,'Hogan' Jaclttumville l'is. FU '


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------._. ._- .-_-- ....--'-. .",_.. willing to assume the burdens of otllee.A it'i' in iI.-.IIIH\PIJily.( f.ituine: is I OF T1IF.ATLANTIC(3t'LF&WEST i \[ \TE'R 'R.PO T AJ 't OrticF., 1T.tL1.AII.SEE
very creditable a|>i>ointmcnt I is that of INDIAT1tANSl'1' : FLA., February) :3 J. 18811. > ;
7fl WIWX:8ru ) FKniit'AliYAW.. tint conlincd h t to (lirhind.; Amon the )Koerdbli -
.. I )Ir. George 1Vimlkcr---not\ of Ohio,--to, be Con- RAILROAD; ; On and after Monday! February! 2, \1ssu i. ;
tribes
t rill; KGMOXT.The ,, Sni-General; nt l'ari.1. This/ gentleman hnilinancial in Hie mountain. and on the PENINSULAR I RAILROAD. : ptsscngrr train! of this road \\1 run as fol.II -
)iliins: of peisiii.: mammal In 111:1t:1I1101l"/ : legion
knowledge nnd I isaequaititcd Wiihfa Branch/ ,)
: exprtien'e,1111(1( ( lows, \11:
recent cold weather in tile Norlli lias ol: Mop'>;imiii:: watcrcl ,hy the rivers: Tigris: A:XtiCUMHKRLAND II 'TRA1X-EA.3T DOUND.Leave :
with the French language.1 and 1'\"l.; ;
: : ; : ,
started the grand l nriny of FlfJri.la.IJII11I1.ltotttioltJplcas1I't. mill l ': .. -".. rant iii luliu" of iio.l, ( : ROUTE.In ( Gm '. ni .
wirii French economists. That n iontlman ; {l ( ex-' t I I 1:) nt..... 2 r. M.
health ti i1(1fiI1I8terarkera : i i-I.| H! this ijiiie/! as is attested! 1 hy Atneri'iin lhuttuhllhcl..1' ..... I ...... 3\ :: I'. M.
on its !southern course! ; nlll l e\cry boat: really versed<< in 1I11.lalll, :."; c! of tile rouiitry mission.irie who ore laboring with great. \ Kffcct Felruary, lW.tfotNCt I Leave Leave: TnllfihiLeavo nI( t'e.........". :: .., tl (H) r at.

and train I i is loaded with people, oKl and to i which he is to be sent should, )' veiv' "' an / ; t MonticelloLeaveGrc'uville. .............. .,,..a 7 10( t': a
mportant diplomat)1! commission il' 'om("- eai'iestnes"! ; supply} the bodilt. ;a. weil asspititual : SOt'Tll.\ : ............... .1..... I JM I'' M.
young, rich anal }poor, sick and\ I well, nil whIt "1I1I""allll the action of the Washing- ,iieitts: of the suU'ering; p'imlatioif.T.ic ;' Leave Atlania, ( -.1j r.Ixxive >I. I I'C tmiljsrla................. ...... {) 2<1'i i'. M.
hurrying as fast as steam can them, ; "I" 1 :\[ (Ja. ;.-t.> I'. M. : ... ,... :115 .
...
carry which- has been r Ig1.t\l1:' j journals! I contain. I h-tfers! I.I'. in 'Macon: I I Lcu\ ,' (1,111 I........... u A. .r
away from the !snow mid, the 1 ice nnd\ the tOil government, wont to Ih'"I'' I'IIt1111'11' which (Cnri-ti.iii./ Leave: Drunswick! (ia. fi.1-< ; A. M- I Arr.v-eSav.ur.iali,: ............... ..... .MMI' .\. M.
north-wind the skies the : bestow gifts; of this! kind reward for party p represent / Arrive )Fernandina, Fla.If'lA.' M.Ie'IIVe Thoinasvilie........... I ...... fr'I A. am.
to "
summer balmy services! ; but probably, such dcv'.iflom' from Jews. .,:n.l l :Mohammedans:; us sutl'ering; in Fernandina.......................M.'M:\' M. I .Arrive\ ;' Albany....... ........ ...... _.) .t. M.

breeze, the refreshing verdure nndjhe delicious arty lI"II ges:' will not prove utincccptairV to jiVitif amtah: :. -'ts. These: reports nppoal/ t.. tlic: Arrive Daldwin, Fln.1.. -.> t'. M. ,I Arrive LakeCityArrive ................ ...... :i.t. ;'1 1

fruits of Florida.! It is the lint vest he American fl'i'-lets i ai,' the missionaries! / in America to, aid Leave"Daldwin Jacksonville' L".0:: v. M. I I Daldwin. ................. .?.1. 1 025 A. ;'1

I time of the hotels, and 11" the mildncs-: public.TllK tin .n'tr'a:!' ; : meanwhile' the missionaries: Arrh'e.Jal'ksonril'lCulU.Ioutl'! )" 2.3:!; p. M. i Iu.ivc.furksnnvilie.! : .......... "., ...... 7 50 .\. M.
........ ...... .1-10 t r. M.Arrive .
the winter so far has delayed the great hulk (J1 OUOU CVXTRAL: BIt iL. air:' rrd''riat. ; all the! iissista.uv in their Leave Daldwin; for Cedar Key....... l.r>0 r. M. I "\rri\ FCIUlllIW....,......... ...... ;> 04 I'. M.
c ) of Florida travel far t I.eyond the usual:! cominenceinent Arrive Waldo (Junction 1' R. I R!, .. ".111'. M. Chilll'vile I.' .
IHt A It ltOW piiW.T.flifii'iiiiii Arrive ) .............. oO P M. ,
Leave Waldo. 4.201':! M. l'l.lr
\ of the season, the tardy nod The recent conferences! between, 'ol. dole' Hint tlf 1'njir.-In till' (German; Arrive Gainesville. S.I' pM. '.\: E 0m TRA1X-WEST DOUND.Leave .
s
long-expcctal} comers are all the more heartily md the )Louisville: and" Nashville: Railroad: I I'.ui' iInu"'.ir.iring\ : / a rleoate (Ii'cbruamitIiIupain '' I Leave Gainesville. :i.1:!!) f. M. I Jacksonville ....daily at.... .'30 p. si.

: welcomed. nun have ('IIIIt.dln smoke, (tad the just: inligrintion : negotiations/ of the with Arrive Cedar Kl'n..:!0V) } !' I LctteI'enamlliaa............ .....100.1at: .
Ainoug'tho hundreds of elegant and comfortuhle : o\crnment Trains' to Jacksonville and-Nortli, of ]Daldwin. Leave Gainesville............ "I 02 A. M.Leave .
of Col. Cole, at having: been sold the, Pope. Von Putt-Knmmer! Minister of .. ...... 4 'N 0) '
I ) hotels nnd hoarding hollwhil'll .tlai1\.'. Cedar Key ........... I !< A M.
: unit by his co-partners} in the Nashville and Pniilie: NViirship, expressed' a t strong desire! i OOIXO :NORTH.Leave \ Leave ................. ...... fW P. M.

m arc so ncec.4S.iry to the )proper entertainment : Chattanooga road has apparently; !not }beentpr'a4eal and In >ic of restoring peace with the. )1'np.il) : Cedar Key. 4.15 A. M. Leave /1.IItwll" .........;..... ..... r. si.Leave .

of this vast' multitude of visitors: throughout : \ I by any overtures from the newiwners (court inu added, that the State must defend Arrive Gainesville. 8,41 A.M. Savannah+ I ............... ..... d:341: ) p. at.
Florida, the Egmont assuredly!\ aural hy, common Ix-uvc Gainesville: S-W! A. M. Leave I Live Oak................. ...... ')1.J A. M.
consent I stands in the foremost rank. of that road. The purchasers of and Mipport the rights and claims: of thenrtnarehy. Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. R. June./..., 0.4'! .\. M. Leave Madison' ................. ..,3 .)1\:1. r
: : oshvillc and Chattanooga stock, it seems: The National Liberals are be Ll'U"l''uIlo.. !>I.r:r> A. M. Leave (;.f.l'unll................ "I...... .S!1 A. ;'1.

Its thorough construction! elegant appointments } xpected, whilealeliherotelydcnudishingth e 1i"I.Ih"I,1" / ) the balance of power in the, Arrive Daldwin....... :.. I'. M.Leave 11'1'eIolti'dll: ............ ...... ? 00) A. si.
nnd luxurious furnishing, ore not of Col. ............ ...,.. 7 Oi) A. M.Leave .
plans .Cole without doing him the imperial Parliament: ; the government" will Jacksonville ((Cum. Routc.ll.1) ; .t. M. Tllulwsllee "
excelled l in the South .............. .... 830A.M.
Everything
anywhere
is homelike Courtesy of consultation, to reap! all the ben-' !b', "Ii,1: to consult. \ them, acrid they are Arrive Daldwin: ." 1-.JW: :: r. >'. Leave (?Juiucy................... ......1008 I A. ;'1.
handsome comfortable
new, fits of the combination he had: effected, with \\ <'known/ to be averse to yielding at/ all to Leave Daldwin.......................12.40: r. M. Arrive Chattahoochee....... .....U :.50 A. M.

nnd attractive ; and although this is: he Georgia Central nnd l the Western until Iir'lot. ecclesiastics.JACKSOM'ILLK: Arrive Fernandina...................... :H.40 J'. M. CONNECTIONS.At .

I only its second ceusoii, the traveling )public .\tlantic. finding Leave Fernandina, ....................... :'U1. r. M.
is I to look it favorite. : Upon! that the compact Leave Drunswick....................... ..IH( ) I'. M. Live Oak daily with the Savannah, ,
rapidly) learning upon us a in 1TVMS.THE : and : to until
vas! not such a condition as to prevent a LeaseGlenn[ 8,441 A. M. Florida Wt''tl.rn"lIiwu) frol

n vithdrawal. on the part, both of the Central Arrive Atlanta, (; Ll" i'. M- Savannah, :11 11 ( Eastern and
Here the tourist nnxious to his winter recent Catholic Fair ncttel 1 *;7iio:7r: Dald Western Cities.
begin anal State roads, they Ill'eHlllc'I'r anxious Trains! to Cedar Key amt :South of
with the Florida Con-
Ii wanderings in Florida upon}, n definite 10 confer with Col. Cole, doubtless with a :-ItII'mmHIF.llIrlhipl'l'l' by fluear hnd.TllK win daily: except Sunday. truth At 1 Railroad LakeCity, to l1ih'; from .Jackol'ile.:! t

"1' nnd }pre-urrangcd( plan, stops} to gather hunt.I view to rapture him anal the Central combi- : foeal of the i'ntim owns an nm!>rca.!! PENINSULAR I RAILROAD.I t: Augustine! Paint ka, ) Inl I.u\l.

I telf together, to wait for a companion} t'. latlon. In this and ( \1I'"ItIm\ / /1 rl'.) lags! on the b' Johns liver ;
unsuccessful
they Tin
were ; now harness! f. r the First 1.'Jlldla1'
Ii: perfect his outfit, to secure the topographica, oixu; "noi'Tic.' At Ha111wil daily with the Atlantic, Gulf;
aving; spent more money than was good tillery has: arrived, 1.l'1'I'rllllo Junction................ (W( A. ;'1. anal Wot India Transit! Railway to and from
nnd other information{ he requires I : nnd to establish l fllr their exchequer in the I heavy purchases Mu. I I-1, 1 F. L'Kniile has I Iii, en rc-cla.'tcdfavor Leave Hawthorne. 7.40 ,A. ;'1. Fernandina, C Gainesville; Cedar Key" and

ns it were, a sort, of base of operations! Nashville nnd Chattanooga stock, they )[ of l.Villa.. Arrive [Lochloosa. S.IU.i.M.'! with IoI'alll\ for Tampa, KeyVest andHavana.

where he may leave superlluous baggage, perhaps! found themselves incapable of orani.ing UOIXrj :NORTH. ] .

t nnd from whence he can take his bearings! ;; any effective measures to secure' an Tin locomotive (fir the Somh Floriila, railroad Leave\ Lochloosa........................10.K( ) A. M. the At People's Chattahoochee Line and thrt.tlII4( !Line weekly Donts with::! to

J : and, returning after many days! of }pleasant outlet to the Atlantic const by building the : arrived I last week. Leave\ Hawthorne[ .......................10.45! A. M. nnd from (:oluulbuEuliitla; Fort (lu: Bars,

jaunting elsewhere about the State, }preparehimself (icorgia Western railroad although: they .\ WALKING i j match will In-one or tar manyattractions Arrive Waldo Junction..............l'J.15 p. M. Apalachicola, and other 1 River: Ijuulingd.M1"Klcyaiit .
Trains from Waldo to Lochloosaund: ) return
nnd Parlor
1 and Ids" collection of "Florida curiosities" Imlon held \ interest in : nt the ;Mate Fair. ./ Sleeping CIllt't.
a controlling Tuesday, Thursday anal Saturday.CONNECTIONS. \ llaiualriul' and Lucas Paunt, run daily:
I for the long anal tedious" journey he charter of that :Sit\i:. this ,
road. Nothing therefore > are very scarce season!' and command tWI'I'1 Tallahassee! and Jacksonville.Z'4sljniak .

I home. was left for them but to fall back upon' seventy-live cents }per )pair. ATLAXTA. time, sure connection, Pl.rti.p

Here (the invalid, tlc-i lug for dear life from their elder! !scheme of reaching a sult-water SEVERILnth'mapt'at: robbery IIlhlli l'lltecuuneetioni' made nt Atlanta Ga.. Kil'ety. Elhj.HLET,
number
I the blighting blasts of Storm-King:; his pert} by the extension! of their line In the of arrests!' were made lat week.THE to nnd from nil points North, East: West and" IOt' >-?-.. -:T1ulII'1luli." .

deadly enemy, for tin first time finds::! (julf. This I have done the Northwest daily
they
by
}pur- LO1MDA RAILROAD.: ] :
himself! on Florida soil! under tropic! skies::! base of the Pcnsaeola Railroad, extending Slierill'! has bean ('II II\I'!; sI ser\" ill!! writs: AT MACOX, OA., ] 1'11:1

I and safe from the attacks of his foe Arum, Pensncola to n junction on the Mobile[ of mandamus, on the County Commissioners! With Trains! for Eufaula Columbus, Ga., .l.+n:..mii.i.K. Fi.\, Uct.i, IW7..! .
of Puval I \OIltgonll'ryubill and New.Orleans)
Here the }picastire-seeker, wearied with meal Montgomery road, a few miles from County. On lulll1 th;;* date Trains I on this Road

the winter gaieties, too long continued, of Pollard, Ala., which, with their leased line JUIXJK SETTLE has returned from Tallahassee AT FEn .\SJHSA, FLA., will run as follows' :
With New York and Fernandina Steamship
the now sno v-clad, but soon to be bedraggled of the Mobile( and Montgomery:\( road, com nnd, was confined to his room for several ) Line from New York on Wednesday- MAIL AND) EXPRESS: ((1I.) \)

and "dem'd, damp( moist unpleasant"' pll'tl'thl'ir route to the Gulf. days!!! h)' ilhH'!<\!. 10.'M: a. m., and for New York on Friday, at Leave .Jacksonville.................... 5:30: p. si.

city, first stops to rest, and settle down, either .'{.40 p. m.; from Nassau, N. I', on Wednes-( Leave White House( ..................... 0:15: p. ai.LeaveIlahllvin I.
} Meantime\[ A
: valued
rife that :
ol. Cole ; j will be .
\ t IIAUY carriage at $t ,
rumors::! are ,
dufor; Nassau: N. P., on Wednesday. ............................. 7:00: p. ,.
t tier a long season! a of comfortable I luxurious who really holds the key to the situation, offered as' a premium to the prettiest and, With Georgia: anti\ Florida Inland 'Steam: : Leave Darbyville............,....,"......,. 7:25: I'. si.

rest, or to lay'Iduus: for easy, pleasant:\ jour. I will transfer all the benefits of his recent t finest baby nt the Fair l boat ( !a o. from Savannah Tuesday.. Wednesday Leave Sanderson.......................... 8:07: I'. ;'1.

t neyings! to and fro about the State befitting ucccssful combination, with the assent of FI'illayInti :Sunday\ ; for Savannah\ on Leave Olustee.....................,,...... 8:43:. p. ;'1.
the quietude of the Lenten 1"1'11'1111.11" (CAPT. DOYTO.V has gone up the river and '1'11'1IIhFri.la\' and Sunday Leave Mt. Carrie........................ !J:03): : p. i.Arrive .
1 ('a ml. Wadley' and Jovernor. Brown, to the will exhibits: his wonderful swimming apparatus With Charleston :Steamers (St. John's and Lake l'ity......................... t:30): r. at.
a here the worn-out hll!> I\l'I'oI.mall.' be he poor m l'incinnntlolllht'I'II:: which, having reached : at Palatka and :St. Augustine.;; City faint) (from Savannah and CharlestonWednesday Leave. Lire Oak........................... 2:15: A. ;'1. I

clerk or merrllamt-prbi'e, feelthat::! with the Chattanooga, is without any outlet to the : and\ Sundav: ; for Savannah and Arrive Tallahassee..................... 7:00: A. M. :
hurried journey over, he can dismiss: the Charleston I is high bids for THE receipts at the Post of lice from the Charlestoniumdav' [ mini\ Friday. Arrive Albany.....................,,...,..10:4.: A. si.
t cares: of business! and address!j himscli';: at last ien. making a sale: of H':lIn 1'+, etc.( for t the month of January With Steamer Fbtrn daily to: and from St.Mary's Arrive Savannah......................... 'J:00: A. M. I
connection with the Cincinnati Southern ; was larger than: for any }previous: month! for (ia.. and !semi-weekly to and fromSt. licnvc. :Savannah .......................... 4:30:: I'. ;'1.
to the pursuit of the! rest. end recreation and the rivalry between Savannah mammal : Mary's River Landings.AT : LI.'u'cIhan\' ............................ 4:00: p. ;'1.
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which the constant: strain on mind and Charleston will be lively.Col. years.NEW RALPWIX, FLA., I..arl Tallahassee; ...................... 5:45: p. N.
body in the treadmill traflic has" rendered, YORK'S great millionaire Win. II. Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15: A. :I.
1 Cole has } With
in the
Nmslnvillepampers Trains Live
published fur O.lk'fnllat.as"l'.III11nlll'ointi Leave IjikcCitv ........ ...... .
Vanderhilt, who was in Jacksonville! la!>tWt'l.k .. ...... .. :3:50 A. si.
.t Indispensable to health. an elaborate statement of the circumstances : iniitldle[ anal\ West Florida. Leave Mt.[ Carrie....................... 4:1S: A. si.Leave .

Up to the present (time the 1 Egniont: has : surrounding. the recent cvci.H, which haseaught; the orange; fever. The Union AT LOCHLOOHV, FL\., Olustee.............................. 4:40: A. M.

&. received. and entertained. a '.irge share of the i I's" admirable in tone, and exhibits an absence thinks he could be bought; out ( something With Steamer I Alplin I for nil )points and Leave :;unlcr'on..........,............... 5:20: .\. ;'1.

"Ul'lt t numbers who 11I1 II lIulI.,' seek our shores! less than $HM>,OtK ,iNiO. landings Orange Lake: on arrival of Peninsular Leave Darbyville............,.,.,.,....,..5:.'A. si. t
of personal' feeling which d >cs !him Railroad! Train.AT Leave Daldwin. .,...............,,,........ l>::40 A. :I.
fur pleasure, prollt or hlIllh.l'arly one the highest credit'iteungratulate. Sr. Loris seems enthusiastic: 1 over the idea: U.\lSI'oI\'lI.U; .' ],t'U'c'Idle House.....,.,.,.........,. 7:05: A. M.
1.\ ,
thousand arrivals::! have been registered on Pcnsacola: : upon the culmination of m snipping grain to lluropc: } via New Orleans With Stage Line for Ocala Arrive Jacksonville......,............. 7:;)'.\. M.
and
F its books since the commencement of t the I of the all'uir, so far as! slid is in view of the fact that the freights to Monday( Wednesday and lItu1'dllf"om Tampa" on OnJi:\ and Express Train Sleeping Curs
) season, and u number of these: have remained : that 'port are less: than one-fourth those! toNty Ocala and ) and; 111 h to and, fr.11 : analSavarnah
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concerned' \ 1 ; anal him'pe !that tilt'! results'in I the York. It is reported and/ on the bets Tammpn'I'ut'sal: iy, Friday :Sun : also, Locus JI'kllonriI' run
I ns guest for, the season ; the many attractions of increase In her ulrridy ( that line to be devoted 11uy.'r .
shape an largiandrosperous \ authority, a new barge << through; to and from Jacksonville and T-.N;!
that Fcrnandina oilers" having : commerce; may meet her highestexpwtations. exclusively to the transportation of CKIiAK: KEY, FI.V., I luhasMe.FERXANDINA/ .
amply' bulllcient to ",nljIht'ir desires. bulk grain to New Orleans, will be organized With Tampa ; ('ii.'s Line for
proven i : Tampa and )anah'l''\Imamiav and I (IhIL\) ) .
UI.lput at once in working; order. The new Thursday: EXlJmi
I The magnificent beach, thellensmt line will consist of eighty barges.; -Savannah at1 p. in., natal\ for Key West Sunday mid Ix-aye J a'k1l11!\llc..1::15 A. si.

} drives about the inland, excursions DAXUKH 1l11 .llJ. .Yf"' Thursday at f U p. m. ,I' Arrive ..,.,.,....,........,.,..,. :::; p. ;.(.

to Dungenevs aids other pointsof It I is somewhat consoling to know that in With the United States and Havana Fast ..\rrh'\Fernandina.....,,...,...,..,..,. :3:40: p. :I.

interest in the neighborhood, the the demoralization that exists threatens Till: "'I OIUJ\ Mail[ :Steuuerjdntirul: : for Key West, Havana 11'a\\Fernandina?.....................10:30:: A. ;'1. ,
or Cuba, on arrival of Special Train, every Tuesday I Lt'I Baldwin..:.....:........,..,....,.. 1:20) .p. M.
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yurlou'antusenlente provided by the maniigemcnt to: exist!" in the Democratie party in our state, afternosm at -1.1':. ) in. From Havana, Arrive Jacksonville ,.,..,....,......,.., 2:35:: p. :I.
of the hotel and above all, the excellent we! are not alone and peculiar in the causes WOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANYFeriiuiidiiiii Cuba, and Key West every :-IlIturd.I)'. Special : Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Key

fare, the luxury and comfort to beenjoyed that produce it. In our "sister states, both train to connect. take this train.u train from Daldwin to
With Steamer /h/rr/wwr, for" points the Cedar'
r there, are jtoworful factors! in the solution Georgia and South Carolina are exhibited Suwanuec River on Key un Sunday.COXXKCTIOXS. .
on at 6
Thursdays a. in.
I of the great question Where shall we symptoms: of dlsallcction, if not degeneracy For information respecting routes, rates, : .-At Halwil with A., G. & ij "
W. T.
go? which presents itself to every visitor on from the grand old principles' that made the etc., apply to A. I and I Fl'rIIllla.n I., for and all points,::! Gainesville North and |l || 1

entering the State.With party what It once was-a party of d't'Ilt'll1".1il' Towns on 11. It. Line, Gen'l Ticket MACDONELL and Pass. Agent.", j.1 West ; lt for 'uluhll'C Albany,

a cu ,'lIe unexcelled by that of any and settled 1'011\'ktiulIi.! It would And Cedar Key.Oilers D. E. .:\\XWELI.Gcn'l Supt. :! I Savannah at Jacksonville, and nil points Ind West ;

hotel In the South, with unwearied attention seem that from the disintegrating: forces that --- with St. Johns River St'am.t'N. -
JMCELROY
the and comfort of out of universal scramble for ii. ..:. i)on i:in: ,
i I to wants guest, ;grow a otlice it.T \\ )[)\110X. Master[ Transp'n.

I s with all the appliances of modern invention mr sister states! are suHVring from the disease lllrill'lIIlt'lt ,,

in the of steam heating which seems to IK epidemic wheneverthe to Lessees and Purchasers large -
shape gas, apparatus, a 'ERNANDINA, FLORIDA, ( -1
t ( and baths! with water hot and cold on emery Democracy\ in eradicating. one evil, doesso number of the most eligible and desirable 1 It TLANTIC :, GULF it WEST INDIA I''

fy I floor, nothing could be added to make the by setting up another equally incurable PE\LER isFine : 'H.SI' RAILROAD
Lots, suitable for Dusiness Purposes or for Axn
Kjjmont more attractive to all classes of visitors > in its:! stead. In South Carolina as well as::! i l'JXl\ n! RAILROAD.

,. l to Florida. The proprietor, Mr.( A. L. in Georgia! : anal in our own state, the would- City or Suburban Residences, Fansily lhroecricsF tioixu: surra.] SCHEDULE: [llSl RTU.
!
Mellen formerly of the Iloyal' Victoria Hotel be leaders of the IK-mocratic l party are wrangling I AND | LEAVK. !nTIX! I J\VE.
UPON EASY TERMS.Ijlieral .
I Nassau, and now one of the managers of the : among; theniH-lves for the order of precedence !11:31'>: A. i..FEItNANiNA.[ ..... 3P.:- M.
I ::! A. ROAD... .
I lO :::54 p. x.
Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga, has a reputation over a very rickety bridge, beneath IMsconnt on Values allowed toparties PROVISIONS. ::11.. M..l.\RTS....... ..\ .\:\........2:00: p. x.

us! n hotel manager, which of it.fl' which U: a dark chasm into which the slightest I engap-d! in manufacturing or Industrial \ 11: :r..IH1'frC ,...........1:23: : r. M.
self is a sufficient guarantee of success; and accident may precipitate them. To our 1:1.'P. M .UJ.\XIy B\ LH.lUi: p. si.M .
is enterprises, who will erect on the property 1:541: p. .. ,,.... ....... : p, M.P .
mind there much .
that the rely
\on
it Is! a pleasure to note Kgmont, un : engineering yetto Cutlncf l'l ui jetting CHOICE:I
2:18 .
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fl' i : M ..,....MAXVILLE( .........11:40: A. x.
,der his careful supcrvWon", l U more rapidly 1 be informed to make our platform a safe purchased substantial improvements GOODS, a> .1:0" p- x.....,......LAWTEY.......11:03: A. x.

ii increasing its business than could have been; :I one ujMiij which to lead triumphant forces: fyr residence, or in which. to conduct their J:2: r. x..........TEMPLES..........10:41: .\. M.

expected in its second season. flushed with small victories on the outposts, business.INPl'CKMENTS> I J:4'l:*: r. *.............STAItKE.: .......,.10:37: P. J.
41 : H DUT THE FINEST P. : r. si.i .
to attack the citadel We need not onlybrave \OTJI BRANDS :1..TlUHSTU.10:1
i i-i:: ) f- ..... ,
TO MANUFACTURERS I | ..... : 'A. si
1 01110 ItEMEMItEltKI* O1 cl: MOltE.Mr. and intrepid leaders, but skilled and ,):::!!{ f- M... GAINESVILLE:.....8:50: .A. x, ,

': \ James Q. Howard of Columbus, 0., j isr experienced subordinates to take advantageof ; by exemption for a term of years: from are kept in stock. !i s=:52 r. M....... AlItEUUSI)0..8I;; : $ .\. x.

nominated by the President to the lucrative whatever advance we may hate made taxation, ottered by the several cities<< and _. .- .--- --- - .' W: r. M.......... BATfOX ,....,.....7-V: A. M. )
I FOR lit XT.SEVERAL : l'f:; f- >(.............tR'IIFIt..7J2.t. at.
a. ufficeof an appraiser in the New York CUNtomhouo. ui}'m the outer entrenchments and "secure i town-*. Apply to ',: :P. M...........DROXSON: ....,,,.fl& A. x.I .

l' The only thinglwsitivelyknowll| the permanency of n fort i tint camp. If our ?<>*Ortie! \ 'cor. l H"t'h..Ih," ; its., Fernandiua.j NICE ROOMS FOR RENT: 1 I ?:Vi;f- *......OTTER CHEIK..6OJ.: : x.M .

a against )(lr. Howard is that ho wrote )(Ir. leaden are to full out in uht of the enemy, I CITY MART, comer ofet'n. f I: P. ....... HS.\\ ....,...5H ..
f j 10-tf! Ire and Third Streets H.JO:: px..,.......
__ KEY: .... ..4:15: .\. M.
fur division
Hayes campaign blogi3 hiy. Possibly this a of the spoil, we "shall tae 1 IIIl.tnn,1 t. ------ -- --- -- Also the second story aMtI. .

fact i Ii considered! In home quarter* in the be l Intiten in detail, mad our rank and \I'. K. IIAIKMCIIT, A }' )., corner Ash! Ill Streets. \'llt'l I 1..II."ula.Kailrond.STATIOX .
.
light of a .p'i'd recommendation for otlice! tile lx! so broken and dispirited: that our campaign AOL-NT: )[f. DOWNEY.; *.

in would take will be! virtually at the i 32-tf In the City ):\ **>> AM.WALDO.
Many persons, not (politics, over UUIol't. \\IIOLKSVLE AMI: RETAIL \lr. ..
s liberty of "suggesting that debts! of this and! ,line numy will once inure take 'posso' *> | 1)irrciIKK: AND STOCK DEALER: -' -- -- C'JO *. M. SANTA FE ........1:301.: x.
the I Dr. AKTIIITII ( FOIID -.: A.1..... HAWTHORNE ,
: a .
kind be paid out i-f the campaign fund. It slum of us, hone,1 fnt and dragoon.MR. j _L> .1ND1)ealer: ,, .".....LOCI! LOUS...10:00: p. N. .
both New Yurk Senators wiloppose I in Ire.TFNNESSKE TT\ENTIST, I
that
U saU D. MAXWELL ,
confirmation, and the lresident maybe JAM i:* 1.\M-ITCR" one of Jacksonville's IUa }' A SPECIALTY. I'I'I'ERX.KllS.l"u.., flee.3, i&7a.i Hunt
:: Fourth
St. bet. Centre
,
required to wake another selection ; Ohio I promising young men died on Friday evening I1Rn'I STREET WU\RF, I and \hua

must etill[ have in reserve, notwithstanding typhoid} fever aged 22 can i W-tC FERNANPINA, FUV. 4* If FERNANDINA' i tJ.the VRINTIKG-lowest ('v( stvle. and at
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b' Mnmou.FERNANDINA [ [ hog from the 'tr:( t+. Referred to finance j.----l/uw, wife and child X \' ; I HI.I;: (Charlton C'U.UCl.IS1'O: % S.' '..\XX"I TIII: : 11,0 it IDA

) [] ) \ CilIl1nillf'c.I Hainilton] Canada: W U! U11.111" and' wife.Mrs XII) FLORID: ) ,
Levin Junes Mr!* J I O V-l>'ter. Baltimore : i. ,
'"' .. ... Kill; of W. 1. 1' Railroad: C.-uipany\ for J Harding. Chimp- M 1 Fuller and :-TEAM PA( 'KF.T: c'I IP."rt .\ ". 1 AN11 \ND 1 INhtKIUATlON: COMPA'YOFFERS .
I srv.tJ;:: : :. >vVI--: : : :-.. ; > J ice
carrying pauper. Rcfcried: 1 to l linance com wife, N Y: Charles HI''" \?.11111111 \\ itt'. Philadelphia > nJ: : :', HEDULE.: : t "
I mittee.Dill i ; L .\ F.loinesM: Kng'and: ; C O b>o- ) I its;
t : ] )I ]FLORIDA. 1 mis Boston CtJalecei, MBCowperthwaite. I }
.il.
; Iroy -
; I a a"r
," of U. M. :MniMi I for legal services in The Iron 1'"lal'ilIIW, '
w
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| Yotikers'. \ y..f I II Hwh, Mrs I noo.ooo"r( ("* i ,
i, WEIIM: >I.\Y. Fr.imr.v7iY; IfSO.' t the case of ]Finm-uraii: t\.. t the city m 1-'rllll1l-' 1: James :Mrs l.al1l/1l1; N Y .{art I n! Matla"li, ST. ..1011s.:' 'f"
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-c' =- ,_ diiu: cril:!: ?: ) on a< coiinl. l Ueferred, linance' I I Than g Supple, PhilrtdelpnuiJohn, S \DuNonwife ) -l.. -I ;, Of the most rtt.1 1I'Cl'I" .. .

sunscmrTiox. f. ir.ii; .LYAWAf'oi "1I111111 i II('I'. and, son, \\' C :Smith.: Ha.I fold. John' ? I
; : C'rolllwdlulI,1, wife. J I 11 Croimve'l. Miss MI I II .. .\ : SIDLE: AND DI "! IRABLEI.VNDS ; ) : lon
re.p''r'17Gr{ nii'vi'i f 14'rann.. Imiinif hsirss j lVi"ion of the :Hstei" of :M. Joseph in re- I 11 (Cromwell(, Cruiifo-1.. 1 X J J; W D Barnes.' .ji !

t'i.t! fnnff Iris ),lrrt.." """-"f'I,, I'ii'nRIIsI1R111't. \ 1 iraid' to the redemption of their properly. Philadelphiaii: ; J Neville( Ouaiic'iek: :, \'.: y t > IX Tilt: I'I'I" I

: 1'.:, iiiitiHnn, !'ld. Referred to tinanct1 committee.: JV 1 Harrimaii. X Y; Charles N Scoiield, I ._....... 'OL- II
t 'I 1 J.a: llIIall, Ma.; Danl: .F Kelly, Clias H Foote. I >** ;*i.f&9l#** :S'1'.1'l'IOI'; : F1.01HDA.: ) .
Jill) of .iuueie1)utlr for
) hauling 'I
I! ; irnr- Philadelphia\ : Just t.n (Clark', I I'cdOuk.' ': Iowa; C CMT. LI.OouEL. / ; .,
LOCAL( {, IFLII'1'tlNti.: ;'hac.,, Referred. to f finance loinmittcc.' .1 H Watliiiirtou.. New \'nik'I'; Hi I ISvun: \ At-' I Will leak Ftmutu'ii'.a' :: ( JacksonvilU-, Palatka I At I only I .*1.2.:? per Acre to new .settlers, with

; --- .. I Hill >f l'has..1ngel. acting ,'it.I' .!.'rk, for lantii; II I 1V'.b! ) Gainesville. Fin. : \ \ :ami, inti'miiii-ate: landing. on :M. Johns the privilege of select ion, in parcels of ..titoars .1

4 }Wt'\ liitce titnbliiilieil n llnntnut, ; : Office(' lit the I service I.inn September\ 'td: to 1 Inlber! 'fat: I! l River: and' Savannah:\ and I (Charleston: n* follow II These lands located :I
OKt <>,(<" rllrrUc( rhrt.f, .11,., l H"I !'HW//. .... nn1'oftri.'. s ; or more. are on :
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t Jr., n I o will reeeiresulwcriptirc/ ; nilcectlnfinfiittfiint VJI.: Ord"red.l 1al' 1. From Fcrnaitilina I IT, Jacksonville: I and and adjacent to the line of the r.
Bill of Richard, Wilkers'on for hauling i On! February !SHli. the undci iumtl:; will: I
otliff furors/ for: the MIKKOK, nml win <>!- I'.ilntUn Wednesday.' February M.Nr
i-rivatc sc'mol' in the ..
lent fl) fnl ) lI. open a building oi( 11 ATLANTIC: m.LtSH WEST:: INDIATRANSIT
it1 '
ii/ (* paper on \ garbage on January :.Til. LSMI! Ord'rll'a'
Public\ School' Xo. 1. .. .. '
Amount $1.,"\0. Hates: tuition, which will be low, made: u $ I Is. : : CO.'S 1 R.: R., I
1'( .\rOlH: will soon!"" appear in our, (It'. known :" "
Bill of JO for for on application.' ,
I'l'hlIrrol., digging grave : 1
From Fernaudina: :Savannah and (Charleston : cMcndiugJ'rom! FERNANDINA:: on tho Atlantic ".
J. X. WiitTxni.
THE: td.sel'l'e matt i is in town. Ton cents poor child and, carrying corpse to grave Ordered (, :Monday, : February' 2, :2! I'. M.Frid.iv to CEDAR) 1\.1'\.1111: (the < !half coast,
iiaid., .Amount $2.? Ii. I r. at I.
a eight i . Sontr More Monday, !.I>, II!) .1. M I, thus nllording to the produccr'h'up' con- ,. t
An ordinance to amend the lire ordinance
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Of thus nice 'French Broadcloth and Friday! 1 l.'t.: I 12:! M. :slant and rapid transportation to the bestmarkets.
Tin: Pcy.auecutter (;f'Irye S. llnutu-cll// is paved its first reading.Xo 'I'1vc.1loats; :still on hand and. will lu "old Monday: Iii\ 2 1'. M. ..

i in port.OVKU. _. further business appearing" the Counciladjourned. out much' below cut. bvoct Friday: :I1.' ft I'. M.Monday. .
The belt of traversed the Transit
-- country by
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I. :::1. S .\. M. I
: forty arrivals registered: at the I Egnioiit : R. R. embracesEVERY
'1'. KYM' Fridav: 27, 11 .v. M.Monday. 1. I
t on Sunday "ru' Oondl'f. [ : March: 1. 12inr.:!:: > M.Close 1.
.. ., .- President, of ( it't'umieil.Attest .\ few cases of nice( fall goods' just 1 arrived eonneetion ,made,. with steamers' for 1 : VARIETY: OF SOIL::

THE Lenten season begins tu- lay. Forty : f and now opened', in the (City Mart, and will i I Mellonville and Enterprise: also" withII'III11(
days without n hop. I Cius. Awr.L. Acting, (City Clerk. I bexold, without, rust n ,', tll l'lllI'rwith balance ers for Ocklawahn: liv.-r!! : al..n at Savannah to be t found: in the :State: a large pio\ |>ortiou

-- .. .- --- I" of goods now on hand\, by M. POWNKV.M.UtlXK with 1-leaniir( I for :N' <>w' York. Philadelphia being' ) peculiarly' /adapted to the culture of
Hoard of Health. i I nnd, Bait in).' >ic. and at I Charleston' : wilh1I'am;
.\ UVKI.K excursion party; from Illinois I SiMi-Titopicvt.: I Flints and l'dl1'lr'JI'tIl"l" ,' !
FKUNAXDINA F,. 17th ISM i ers for, :Nnp'ork Boston Philadelphia.' Dal-
passed down tin- Transit Road, last :Saturday.THE : \ January: ) I : I tim ire.' with :'\01'11"11..1"1'11| and' :South' Carlo- nlll1'1\ ,. hiryr': Vm/Nirf lust;,.. nf( Timber/
The Board of Health met
Saturday
-- -- ----- on l\n-t rernandtnti.UK. i I lina Railroads: for routes :North(, i Eat: t nod. make these lands. worthy! CAHM'l'L K.AMIXATHtX .\'-
City( nf Jiiill'in/ arrived on Fl'i.lay1'11.. evening, at the C Council H'"IIIJ'rl''l'lIt' I of. "','.-1. l Ir: manufacturers' \ of LfMiimAMI '

lug from Nassau with a large: list of passen' Xorinan Browiison, ("liaiiinnn ; T. ]Kydd;: 1y 1TFai.Vedue..day FIRsT-rl.ASS: : p.\:>:> ENOER:: : ACCoMMO-: / \ :Nvvvt.' STOUKS."
\ F't'1A. t IIh.'t! }'' 1I.II.il''I.Thllr '
t' :! I'resident: of C Cuiiueil ; Coiini-ilmeu Paul (DATIOXS.Throiiah'I I : .
? dI\, '. 111a! 1. !l.2l) I !I. II
I rs.Tai Francis Daniel) Baxter I '" nnd, Stater.nlll'I'uellr.tl NEW: SETTLERS: : :
; J. n. Palmer. M.D.; Friday, l.'Uh: IO.IMI' |o.i>2vituivrn. ? :! / :
: iV. Julius, had some trouble in leaving 1111,11111 .
'I ( lll 'I'll1ati"lI "I'miNied at olliee corner
( Clerk.
HI" Angel, Acting City
i her pier last Saturday, the wind beingery : ) Centime" and l :iH-ond, h streets.t Purchasing land. from this company are furnished
The Chairmanstated the' object of the Schooner Muttif 1/\\' Philadel Uli-lv( C. A. XOYES.::
high and the tide low. iiIrln, with entire Jar }HI.fIJl"111 the Trim-
.. meeting the Board, to be' to meet Dr. 1'. phia.Schooner.
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THE steamship Crll'llll"'d ;arris,cil ill place H. Bailhache; a member' of the National : Kniil'tr Jaiiiir, iuthrie( Port I.cuun.U IIAVA\A sit Railroad for family 11111'r..ollal\ clVect.s. t
)Koyal.Schooner: to the :station nearest the land pun' based.
(If t the City <:f Austin, on Friday from New Hoard, of Health, who is on a tour of inspection /:t/lllif! II*. Jl.,loos, Diitten) Wilmington -"WEEKLY: : I'A
York, and sailed for Nassau on :Saturd.iy.WATTY : : 01'1111' coast bctueen the ports of:Savannah ; ='. (C.' 11

I -- .-- -- .---.. -- (!a., ami, St. Augustine, Flu., in orderto :Steamer Sf.III..<, Vogel, (Charleston. -t 1I. t tI'erl'ortlud grant; from the United States and ]purchase
\\". u.,1all.l. his Steamship (larnulrlr't, Burrows, Xc+York. -"' ... from( I the :State: of Florida
now ,
\ troupe) arc locate a general quaraiit: I i inc.station 1 I to serve I.
:Schooner Jinn /: }\ '
WiIlC'IaIlwi..k(
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4111 their way to this State, and, will J give Fertiandina all between mid, llI'llidill1Ihp; two mentioned ; Charleston.Sleam: t'I. .1Jtt', '\ CORRESPONDENCE;) : ): :SOLICITED.: ) :
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a call..atl i is always welcomed! ports' ; aNo confer with the several : -hip' city nf Jtnllnf, lisk.! :Xa..sau.ci.Kvurn. ...,' .. 'd .
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in the Maud City. Hoards of Health representing the interestof : .. ..H.';,........ ..If.--; 4 Descriptive' MVi and C IJII'I'I.\lIl1ll1l1ilc'II"1I +,

the' M'\'C'ra11'"l't"' and if possible to Schooner Jftftr It. .V'>r,< ', .\lIo1'r "JI.'hll/ application.'
procure ( ; I by 'the 1 new and (!,' : '-
The marriage of )1 r. John .\. 1-Vrrara, to. idcw11c.ll (C'll.W.. I.EWIr.uII.1 :-:,
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the concurrence of the several Boards, udclphin.Stentncr't. pojnti-d steamship: AOMIUAL: ), .
P'
Hiss!! Clementina' Ilerunnde/, toiik place of Health. Jnhut Vogel, Charleston.Sehooner ticcording( to the. tnllow, ill;: srhedule : Commissioner,

yesterday, morning at t the Roman Catholic Olil'rr"f'r. (;ii 1'01"11, PbiladetI'hia. !- l..-ave: 'Ci-dar Key on Tuesdav morning.Piissinp'rs Ollice c?r. Beach! and :Seventh tits
Dr. } H. Bailhache. fated
Church' at 7 o'clock. being present, ; ( ) from :>nvaMiiah( (( leave l by, Mennicr 1 1-1 t (f .. '
his object in meeting the Board which was :Schooner: ( '*I/II'. Mirri, Babbaue, Dcmerara. ,: -- --- "
---- I Cit.v of Iti'idj.-i-ioii; on : ;"-"IIII'd.I I II''. II,, Leave
THE attention of the city council is called substantially t I the same as sthted I by the Chairman Pcmandimi, or Jacksonville' by Transit Itail- o. N. OAIIN.C10NTRACTOR : .
Steamship ( '(""/ """' Burn oi1s, Na-siiu: road, train 1 1o1I,11l1I10I1'lIi"i:1, : )\ Arrive at
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to the miserable condition of the streets at and then produced his maps, nnd suggested I British schooner .lihllii, 1.(' I Cain, Dem- Kcv' We''l\Wdnesd.iv; .innniiiiu.! Airiveut ( AND I BUILDER! :,

the corner of Ash and Third The way pedistriaus St. Simons' Inland, State of fieorgia, I l I erara. HavanaV: have to wade through mud find as the most suitable' place for the general( !I:' British: Brig) .'11I'11I"/, Howe) Port: an :Spain: : leave Havana Thursday evening. M i Y r"\I'tI.'HUI

quarantine.Councilman. W. I I. 'I Leave Kcv \\Yst t Friday niornim. .. Ar
water i'la shame.WE .._.__ n I British I Brig Mitry !enrisn'linke, Queens.town. riy.l.'ndar: ''Cryauurdnv: : niornlm (and at MOULDIXOS\! : ;; BRACKETS.: : SAWED AXD
Paul Francis then moved that and TURNED/ : BALUSTERS': :: : : ::
learn that Mr. A. J. Jacksonville f: l l''crn.indina: by Transit NEWEI.S.
to "
arc plea-cd' this: Board t recommend,, that tit :Simons': : I*. Schooner! Kilwnrtl J-ihn.tiin. McDonnell r ) Railroad. Saturday evening and.l at :Savannah STAIR RAILS, WOOD! EAVES-: &

Miller, formerly of LaGrange, Ga., and more land orsoniejioint: near by be recommended; New_ York by steamer I 'it \. of Itriducloii!' :Monday. : morning ')TROUOHS) : S1IEATIIINO': ,

r't'ntl'l''lIut'd! with the Memphis, Tcnn., whereupon, the following I'rcalllhll-1111111'I. U. .. .. ), thus 1 foiminn tinshoitcMt,. jdissible. sea WEATHERBOARD-l : t l i

Public( Led.lrr" has been appointed, Collector I'I.O1t11)t EN7'OSITION Wile between. i ... United) :States: and ( 'ubll. 10NI': FLOORINO.) {.
lotion 1vislaid before' I the board mid adopted : I ).

of Customs at St. Marys, (hI.I WHCKEVS, This Board of Health has petitioned AND PASSACiE: : RATIOS.: Makes

I Ir' -- ---- the National 1 L'! lard of Hc.ilth\ to establish : FIFTH ANNUAL STATE: FAIR : (,'nliln. 1'jrtirtinn. Ntnlr nml Church Work

A SPECIAL schedule has been arranged) on and, control ()lie quarantine. 1 f; ,r the tTACKSONVILLI::, FLA., :SevaauahIllIllyana.::\ ........:'>: 12: (IHI $ |I1511> i iFcrmindimi A SPECIALTY.:
the Transit! U fad;: ; to ei-nnect with the steamer port of Fernaudina I :lId: l to build; and\ ejuip to Havana. ...., 2iiH! ( ) :'JSIMIJacksonville

I Adin'ut'J ::lor Havana. 1': .\111 ='11. I will Mich ltMii/n: ; w.aives, itc.' as; tliey: (the IVIiniarj-: :!:i. 2'r:7: : 2S: HMO." '. to llavnna.... 21i ;National it: tard, may,: deem n.'ce-sary ; and ,-'" state)'''''msjiiid ltirketvaluply' i to LEYE: :
leave BaKhvin on Monday., at lM: 1 1'. III., wilt-mis i the Xllli"IIII.ul',1! \ i.f Health are .1 comprche'i. and reiireseiitiitive+ c exhibit .\: ALDEN'S) : : Tourist ODlics.Saviiiiiah ) ALL[ HIZI';' i

and nrriv C at ("'elar Key at 7:45: a. m.VF Mvkinu: : through on' ,f its; m.-niliors. Preston: of ACTTAL/ I'ltilll'1'S! : from all! :: < ia.--Corner Hull nnd) Brvanstreet. ". Post Ollice! Box. ; 171.janl '.
tions, of the : of
:State Floiida.Ntt.OOO Fernaudina
1 Fla.
!H. Bjilliache, M. I'., 1 to tied a suitable harhorvvherea 11 A. ( 'ALLAN. Agenl. I ,
\ : are informed\ that the mail between /genMI: quant.nine maybe established : in Premiums will lie awarded! Fernaiidimi-Egmont. : "" A. I.. MELLl'.V : i '

Cedar: Key and Baldwin was !so heavy one :\Iel"I"il'l'l"/) I. Therei'.re, and/ 1'IIillill cash. : .\ "lIt..111I.k""II'illI'III'III'r. ""I.I.I.\ M 1'. "'(101), Jr., \ J
Jitiutlceil That in the opinion' of this Boardof THE iKAND) MILITA1V m'n1)0': : >/ Davnnd Pirn-streets.'
day last! week, that the route agent did not Health with all A.C. 1.,1\I l'lIlla' : :, Agent.St. : t!
a general quarantine nccessaiy ( Artillery i and l ln :>m.ry Corps. /: :
have time distribute it all and, was obliged ., CENERAL: NEWSDEALER( : : ) : :: :,
to hospitals' and fixtures li nilil/ bcestalilished Koxiiin: \ ; I. Augustine- On the IIII\, It. .F. ARM- I '
Buildings i iiantly Illuminated i I
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to leave several sacks of newspapers' at by the Xctional Board of Health, each Evening: ) ut'!!> I'u"verfulC.ILCII'3f I I i: :STL'O.Mi: !".\ten I... _ .. : I-If_ i ilCJCJ'I"I' .
Baldwin to be distributed.\ where infeitcil I veseltogether with!! pa"sengets //1111 ,:- ': ': STATIONER.
and crew, may bi !out quarantine, and LKiHT. <;.\ : .v KAI.MS.: I t
--- ---- hOspital ; and we rcivmnicnd :St.: Simon's\ :: I'irvli.n's'wade' and Pnclice.: ;
Mi; J. .J. ('nO.\n.l.: formerly" t t. :.vvs r.usenger -''- for 'hat I ARDVARE.DOOI.'S: : :, Dealer In I.'Marl' Artlolt'N' ,
'
:Island vicinity, purjHwc.Xo (Compel, it ing Brass Bands from ul! Strilmis.MAONIFICEXT i H
on the Transit HI'.I1I1: \ '! no'- on the
further business appearing' the !Board : ;:1'1:1':11: UlN<;i. ,
I .savannah; Florida: Ulllirl..lcrn Road, was of Health adjourned., Entries of ( 'elchrated'I'ruttiug! and Uuuning\ I ( : SASH: ; BLINDS: CtS1'IIJrntt.n: :: : | FERNANDINA)) )FLA.

married tu Miss[ Lillio I D. Murdock, one of l Horses( from all parts 11ft the I'lilon, '.ni..(", and lul riiliu Oil"*. ..

Jacks 'ii viUd's: most charming young ladies: Adopted' and approved' I by City Council, I EXCURSION :STEAMERS: : I

on Thuisdiy: last, in :St.:: .\II u-litll'. Mr.Eugene Januarv ''sth. 1 IMi.( To : 'oll"tllnllr'"lIIill ..adl / RED: :( (C' SAFETY: OIL .\ SPECIALTY.; : ,
'1'. KVI.ISPre : p".itillll| ) ( day Shelf Papers' Pictiiro Frames, Brackets,
Allen, of this city, officiated as firstgroomsman. and evening.Cheap I Croquet Sets! Hand Masses, Combs,
ii1ent\ of Citv i'.iiineil. -
The best wishes of the Mirrorare Excursion rates on railroa Is and i )Jtruyhu's\ (.tt.. PaiM-tcrio* III Jr"lItlrit't)'.

extended to the happy couple. Attest:: : steamboats. :SI-KUVI.: ( AllYS Fou :. Also Sewing Machine Needles, Oil, elc.

..- --. Cu.U.S Y.L, Acting City Cleik.. Exhibits: transported free both wa -.. Clipper. Inkstands. / ., 75 cents.A. .

The Handed Warehouse. :MARVIN'S SAFES! :: --
l\tssenger List. JAMES: II. 1':1ixl''resident.: .
This new and convenient t institution: coin- .1, J. RUSSELL: Secretary ii.ovis: ,
CTOP' DKIDUETOX, February Mb-S R 3L11VIN'SA1.Al: : MONEY: DRAWER:
i i0-ir! ) DAMON) llltl'IN1,1AI''I'rea.uy.: : ; ,
mencedoperatiunslast' week with a consignment Malleck, l' A Beadman and wife, l) J LelHer, I ( Pifc-c $$!I.:-o< .)
1 : of 105) bales of leaf tobacco weighing; J S Parker, J M Fuller and wife W j) Mary "" .\X'l'I'E C'A.VIL. G1 ROCER: AND! SHIP! ('IIA lIUH.:

net, 11,520 pounds and valued in gold at hey, C Howell and wife, W D Atkinson and I WOODEN) ) : JAC.Kirr: : : SIIIPPINO J ( j CAN.'STOVES .
, wife{ l' 0 I4IH/Ili", Mrs: Joiner \V C Smith, I'I;\I.tli IXI 1,
$6,562:50; for M*srs. (!. )H. into & Co., Jack. Mrs Weber. J Elantfer. K Holingsvvorth, rpWENTY: CiOO; )) HORSE( : : OR: MULE; i j jTEAMS .- -- -
ill and wife Mr Master iI l.r.'haluIIN! 80m' e. Jno Cromwell larding, : : TIN N'Altl.lytf'1'ul :.L ,
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Cromwell, Mi"s Cromwell, Mr Beach and
Library Association. lady, H J Hulback J :H Dobson, wife and son, }: r ANl'I'IIIHTV) MEN:::' f I

At a meeting held at the office of Major FM Crocker, A W Davidson wife and family, l Roofing/ and iiittertng; by ..kllle l : roe D. .'. VERY: A CO.'S' Pi-ow.
four o'clock yesterday Galcceiistein. Mrs Downev. Mr Mitchel- I workmen at ]low rates.w .
I Duryceat half-past' Can uavi'stnad) work on the canal lntweeuSanta
and wife T M Steel Mr Pratt and
on wife Lake : Fe and Waldo. i I Ie.
of
I evening, for the purpose organizing a B Cowperthwaite, M D Coomb, Mr t Simmons ; Wwr! B\v :-rRtot'r: : ,

library association, Rev Dr.' Myers was Mr Allen Mr Williams: JV Harriman ..>TIll StltKKT: ,

elected chairman and C. A. Choate secretary.The Mrs L K Hallovves, Cunt Neville, Mr Apply" 1 ut I he ('.""J": ")"', ollice, I J\c'I\-/S\.ll.hl'( :, FLORIDA.
stated White, Jno SlocumlIt'n Inzz.1r.I.o; S Wtf t FERNANDINA: FI\
by
of the meeting were
objects Xeuse, Mr Morel J L Allen, '1' 1) Storey, :Sign) of the Culdcii Move. 22-tf ". --- -. -.--.-.---.----- Ie. .
Mr. Whitney. W.I.o.1,1'11:1) ) / Fla.Feb. .. .. ..
harry Brown Jt Knight; KevG Waney, Mrs County, I --'--'-- --' -- '-- --- /.., T K Y

On motion of Mr. Whitney, a committeeof Kelly, A X Best, Luke William,*. Jno L3tnore I J.\<'liSOVVITM:

five to-wit : )le mans, Miss Louisa Clark and\ 13 deck. .. ._ .. .
'- - -- -- t W. )LOHMANN'SFAMOUS) ,
Swann, Choate and Dr. Pope, was: appointedto : : :
articles of 8TEi'1I.l'RftXF.I.Y.T It II Maerasa .tNEL: .v rnii\i: I IIOS: AND I DRAvs i FOUNDRYMACHINE: 11. .
form of incorporationthe -
draft a Dr A L Beards-ley! and wife, )liQs L )Hob-
same to be reported the next meeting. bins! Cupt J J.' Frubile, Dr and Mrs. J MPeres I 1 \stn -

On motion, the meeting adjourned to meetat Nassau ; AV .\ K
evening next John J McNulty, J E: Smith, wife bon and : : SHOP. .'relat'ed 'Flour. .
the ou Tin-day
same place
maid. T White, Fernundina ; James I.ambrecht I IIOH-E: I IGro.'erJt"N ;
at half past seven o'clock. wife and InC.mt)1 Kathy, wife and i j :
---- child."' Jacksonville; Miss J E: Unman, Tarn. 4'ignrto. anal '.'..ba..1 1 i'I

Council Proceeding. 'pa; Frank II Kohler Bronson: ; Miss! X '. UNIX FIVE: CENTS: PER POUND. 1

"'tRX.XVIX.FL.: .\., January 14th, i'\',1.) : Hand, :Sanford. TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLF.S. '1'. J. MURPHY. I'/II"K I Y.Tlltc. "
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) Council met at the regular:, place and hour. I Hotel Arrival I II -
President! Councilmcn Wedding*. Entertainments: and Picnics, I J
/ 1.1'\.ent-T. Kydd ; i I E1\O. t
Winch, Paul"Francis. Daniel Baxter, Samuel : Wallace. Jacksonville; lrJ J MeXulty, N Y; I' toin price,,, at ___. .__ __nO ._ _.

Drown, P. M. )Middleton ('has, .\n el. I I Miss J E: Oilman, Conn; J Smith: wifesonj I II AXr.F.L'rf; BAKERY: KTEAM ENOINKS: FOAR: : 3IILW.' AND I ('.:X'I'IU: NTIIIIKT: : h1LL1IUY:

The minutes of la-t meeting were read and j I and maid, New Haven; J Lambrecht and wife, < :Vntre !Street' ALL KINDS MILLMACIilN. ( ; *
I I i NY; l Drain! Mr J M Pen, Mrs Mae rasa, Navj I 23 Opp. ild! P. O. DuiMinif.M ERY: : BUILT, OR: REPAIRED.; : : -
approved. !j i sau; W AntinVm, J Bradford, N' Yj; Misn J ,

The committee on cemetery asked for further i I )Haines, O A Oato, Jacksonville! ; Capt BarI I I: T it o i* o '. IT.A .v .)1 \ i x (; M{ +. F. A. MEDDArOH;
time. ranted !I I rows, S. Girondtlet: Dr J E: ]Harris aol] ; FlR.ST-CLA.-i' < )RKMA.V.sJlIIPAJtU :];: :
'i wife Nashville} ; J It "Foster (Clinton}, Mass, ; R O O M t S. J HU.S constantly on hand a fine selection of
On motion the harbor master was instructed the newest tyIeM in DRESS{ : / AND SHADE
i Leander. H al. D"ston; Prof C K Kargent, MttKT Pl'MTlMLlTY I* THE ItULC.Orders { .
to collect the einM-i from Mr. Thomas I: Brooklvn; )' Skinner Do,,ton; T 0 (fOpujsit| the Pont Office,) HATS for Indies. MisM-o and Children ;

Donelyfor becuring the wreck of schooner I: Nashville.\ Trim ; W A Mayburg, lIam"'j'; II. 1IODIRK, I'wnirto. from a distance will receive careful RIDDONS, LACES: ASP "'FLOWERS) also! ,
It. ficnU and li.oylMatti'/ of fittest .
quality.CALL
(Charleston Thoo ) und
and order Mr. Thomas onely 'I J A Camp. ; prompt attention.
L. T. Kniylit, I lady, ''.( Vicktry. Baltimore H Power i ASH! EXAMINE.Mn. : :. t

to have !said: wreck wh'IU'M'Curd"! : out of and wife, lal'flj'; Mis I)->ra llarri>+. Atlanta; PRIVATE Jim TRANSIENT DOARD1NO.KEAM".x HHOP : DAY Kr.. NEAK: THK: HIUIdec7lf YU 1 I 1 ,. M. U agent for the Domestic Perfect

the channel of the rvier. Capt S ItUk. U C South wick. S fi Jill offHtlat *iif.r No pains "|iareil to t't'IkHl&1I Fitting J'att..nul.0 one khnuld ail to try

Pill of Emanuel: Haddock for moving dead ; M CJordaul Jacksomille; F;'lwin H built cu+tninerat. h 17-3m J1u/n\'lIIfo-. I them. tf




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THE FLORIDA MIRROR\ : FERNAND1NA/ tfLA./ .. _. __ __ __ H _______. : _. J
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I\ If. RAKER IlltO., -1---! Winter; Seawon 187(1 and 1SSO.i I ST. ) ., ";S--UI\.i t"A.iE-r--:

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GEORGIA AND FLORIDA ..
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}, Hi earl SI., :New York TXLAXD STEAMROAT CO.MP'Y. &$&* .1 It

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'tIME SCHEDULE,

TnUng L;feel Tiimlay,, December .:V,, 1S7. r'1Iii,: STEAMER: : FLORA,
yftxtFU-rt( : 'nr.R: + III"FOIUUSTI'UOS -
No SEASICKNESS 1 [ ; No OCEAN DANGERS C'\I'r. JOHN RICIURHXO.N: : : ''i

SEASON Iran .
1 ', \\'ILL RUN ON) : THE ST. MARVS;! R1V- T II E E G .11 O \ T i4.
.. er riming the sea on ns ,follows) :
: _.....
,,/: .-.....,-.. i":'\ h.t /LUI\CST.: .\fY'S 1\'Iit\\tNIAV': ) I>IXA, FLA.he .
iJ4' FEnX.\
"
1 =v. / 'l'l.I I'RSDAY l::: MORNING/ : nt j'J''f, ';-. .. I f1I. 1 I'lKMMUvV i : ; and will leave i'rmNANnlx.t: : Leading' Hotel. of the South

a- I. l &1I'11I'' uaat, H a. m,, for C\Mi' I'INKNEY: And the most, Elegant; in all its appoint
::. 111.,1; nil iu.! .'eutediate landings: on the river Gas."
Heated, bt'tl'illll' Lighted by
ments. ,
TREE: .IIA\MI: :
ORAXUE ,
\\m tinning!: : F.VERY: TtESDAY] :: mind 1'Rl-: I.IIA Bath Oral AnulII.tator.br".
TUB TKAMiiS: Hot and Cold ,
!$ "CITY OF BRIDGETON) ; ," \ willurr at Sr. MARY'S II if .i p. in.. place in every Room{ &('., 1\:('. Practically
toiuhing; at FIRNAM: : -: >INA. andspecial
Fire Hose on every 11.'ur.
Fire-Proof.
'apt.. JOHN Frmtii\u,
s.H ()WEDNESDAYS) and SATURDAYS accommodations for Families and
tl (Under Formula of Goo. B.$ Forrester) tlUA) \tln CLARK," will I leave Sr. MARY'S at f.'M:: I u. m., and can Parties.

Captain' WAiin, be r-Illlrll'l''cllir, extui>:,ions! toUuugeucss Large
Reduced RuttyFor ,
i After )having undergone extensive repairs,
week or longer.
:I. parties remaining a
are now in 1"lHiT.l'LuOIEH: :! ]) in every
Pronounced by Orange Growers the very department, and will perform I the EGMONT COACHES: at every Boat and "
and other points of interest in tbcviiinitv
Train. Bowing, Sailing; Fishing: and Hunting
.ONLY INSIDE: ROUTE SERVICE Fernandina., in the Inlets, Sounds and on the Isles of

I between :Savannah and Florida, C'olllH'dingut i the Sea. Sportsman's!! Paradise.: Fir: Billy
leNt Manure for the Orange TreeFORRESTER'S :-;. \' with the first-class: Steamships! Through of Lading; Livery. Twenty-lour miles!! of the) Finest

t of the Ocean /Steamship, !! Co. tiricw York, Beach in the World. Howling; Alley, Shoot*
by MALLORY'S LINE: of Steamers to allpointi : .
Hillard Room: Ac., ci'imcctediththcllouse. '
also with Philadelphia, Baltimore and H.I M. log Gallery, :
the .
on t St. Clary's.Close
L.IELLEX
:
( a ton Steamers. \\ A. ,
GOINU SOUTH. Connection 21-tf Propiietor.
David Cblrk-

Leave Savanlluh... [oI1l1ay Aftcriioon/riiurs-' made with the New York and Savannah

day Afternoon. Steamers.: Mark: all goods "Care Steamer:
.
COMPLETE Arrive Fernandina..Tuesday Evening: Friday J'liirn Fcrnandina." ,
livening.City .

I. II. NURES, of Iki'hlrrun-- GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS; ( FOR PAS-:
I Lea 1,1'iI1ll1..d.:' Ii...'I'uesdtyAftcrnnunSalur-! ; sen";ers. Excursionists: and, Tourists will

day A Afternoon. !mm, this very attractive trip, as the !scenery .
.t, Arrive 1'ernandina.'educsday: Morning( .
N grand and alligators) and other game are
Ton EVERY FARM Cnnr Sunday Morning.Arrive abundant. .
i Jack!(on\illc.........Wednesday!! Noon.Airive For further information r ---- ---
I apply to
Ii i l'alatka.\Ve Im'sday Evening.; JOHN RlCHAR'D.sON): D n IMJRKEE'S T !" .".

II aoixo NOKTII.City -: "Vtf ___ _Fcrnandina, Fla.
'r+ I scientiiK1: principles to produce, ; '
Prepared on nf! 11rldlrlnuI4 -
tc Palalka............:Thursday. ., Afternoon.Leave O. S. OAKES, LIVER AND KIDNEY PAD
I .
: a large yield per acre.DEALKRS I Jacksonville I: : .............Thursday Night;

I Leave Fmrnnudiua..Suuday8.tOp.ni.Friday.: :!
r Arrivo Savauutah...I( mnIuy; Morning, Saturday (:fUFSLIVER
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.
Clrrl- Morning.Amil '."." COMPLAINT: ( KIDNEY DISEASE:, 1"EYJo:1tXD: AGUE:, CATARRH,

.
AIR') IN Leave Fernandina..Tuesday' Evening: Friday /I.'" "'1 -:; RHEUMATISM: : ;l'EPSIA
.; '', ir.:,: FEMALE WEAKNESS: NEURALGIA, : : ,
'r
1, Evening.Arrive '10';... ." ..1' IL' -
Savannah.'Wednesday :- Saturday SIDEACHE, BILIOUS COMPLAINTS: and\ any Diinoarising
,
PRIME AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS:: COUNTY UNDERTAKER,
.i I Night.NOTK. .- from Disorder of the Stomach or Blood.Jiir !.
,-On both trips. South and North FERNANDINA, FLA.Constantly .
SULPHATE: AMMONIA the David) Clark willl'allat all way landings. Price One Dollar. Sent by mail on receipt of price. Liberal discount to

All trips! terminating; tind starting from ( un hand: Dealer*.
Fcrnandina connectith Transit Railroad
(a o. Hl'GHES: A RR().. .
NITRATE: SODA, Agent& *
Express: Train to' and from .Ja'kl'lunvllll',1II1l1 METALLIC BUR1A1. CASES,
there with Steamers:: : to and, )from nil landings Xo.1.I.t 1 t nay'Il"'t't.: l'IIrnl'Ot''IUI,

;SUPER PHOSPHATE: LIME, on the :St.: Johns., also to and from Gaines WOOD corriNs: tf JArKSONVILLE] [ FI.ARLING1'ON ..\.
f w'ill''uldu, C Cedar Key, etc. Tickets are
I. sold, through; to ami, Irom all the above In Itoeuoud'uluutantiother \voods.Undertaker. .
SULPHATE: OF POTASH: (, points,. and when Steamer City of Bridget; on
:' hl'lw'l'na'll11nah; and, Palat NURSERIES.
; runs' through; : *' Goods,
ka, pfsongers: also: have the choice of going
NITRATE: POTASH.MURIATE :::; bv rail! between Fcrnandina: and Jackson.
Masonic( and other Emblems: Shrouds, and
--
ville. HIhcs.lUULIlXG.
I ,# For, State-ltoonmv., Tickets, and all otherpartkulan
: OF POTASH,
: : ( DONE.Hodies .
apply to t the following Agents TROPICAL and SEMI-TROPICAL FRUIT TREES: ROSES, DECII.
and Olllces: exhumed, for removal. Safety guar
,', SULPHATE MAGNESIA: :Savannah; Ga.-Cor. ]Hull and Bryan Sts., anteed.FURNERALS I. (TO US and EVERGREEN SHItl ItS and FLOWERING PLAXTS.
I ', opposite,!! l'niaski. and Screven House.Fernandina attended, to.

"" SULPHATE: OF :SODA; 1"la.-At the I': lHollt Hotel Orders by mail or telegraph will receive "--

'I and to Capt. Jno. \I.. Roumillat, Agent.Jacksonville prompt attention.MJRemember.
< Fla.-Corner' Hay and Pine :/ I that I am opposed to highprice
H'rleU.re round Bone.p I NEW CHOICE VARIETIES Budded
AND Orange Tree MADE A SPECIALTY.
p Sts., Dr. L'EngJe's: ; Drug Store:; ;; A. C. Lanphero *. & ......

I' Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hungerford) OFFICE: is: SVNHORN & HOVT'S OLD STORE -- .

Agent.! ; t Fla. On the Hay It. F. _Jan I_ _. __ SKCONII SniEKT.: :______
e Our circulars }give full particulars, and aremailed :Augustine. ,,TO- Send for Descriptive! Catalogue.
free to all applicants. They will interest Armstrong, Agent. I MRS. ANNE CLARKE, ALBERT I. RIIMYELL. .
in Palatka I'hu.Lilienthhl H rot hers: it Co.,
i you if you are interested Agriculture
Orange, Culture. 1, Gut Agent- ; BCT. CCSTKK .\ 1 tf JACKSONVILLE
ST.
: FLA.
or : LAc1IUA, ,
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.11 U F F IT. General Passenger" Agent.
FERNANDINA FLA.
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W. HARRY,
C General Agent t. Savannah.J. SANBORN & HOY'l"SECOXD
r SAVANNAH: [ WEEKI.Xlm'S, N. HARRIMAN: ItKU.KK: IX Tilt

I -11-- -- .. "--_.... ..-- --)-(-nna-- t'r.---- STREET, NEAR CENTRE.:
Of February 7th, will contain the opening .IIALLORY'STjlLORlDA Choice Fruiti and Vegetables, ,

a chapters ot n charming!serial story, entitled WHOLESALE AND: RETAIL:

1tUF1'IT :STEAMSHIP; : : :; LINE. CONFECTIONERIES:: ETC.Blis' : GROCERS SHIP C II.A X I> L E R H.

HY MRS. OPHELIA: BI':1': REID, \....--
Garden Seeds, Flowers Farm and AND DEALERS IN
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11 OK KVTOXTON O.V., Only Direct Line to Xew York. Garden Implements. 7 tf I HAY.1| I CORN, | I OATS, I | BRICK, | |IIun.I| I AC. I IA
; Author of Mother' Daughter, .\f. ...
My -- -- --- ------- ---
tcr"arluUlI\ )IN. Dare"
NASSAU COLLEGE --- ,

Tho o who have enjoyed tho }pleasure! afforded YOUNG LADIES: LARGE STOCK OF FURNITURE: ALWAYS ON HAND.U19ly '
by tho }perusal: of this gifted and accomplished 170R

lady's previous }production*, will :
nuutl no commendation of this her Lust: and -1: ..:........L. Ar FERNANDINA, FLA. .
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most successful ttlbrt, to prepare them for -
THE KINK "STEAM' ERI,
tho rare literary treat that awaits !heat INDUSTRIAL IIACi1INEI'OEIKS. STREETY d ISROTHER, I

MUFFIT is a story of absorbing interest, WESTERN; TEXAS, A Thorough, English Education. \ .
and its publication will run through some.%

eight) to ten i issues of the \Weekly Sews and errOJ" AUSTIN, POND, P;KOmiETOR. THERNANDINA, FLORIDA, I
tho Suiuliy; 7 l"/rflm. Special advantages: in PAINTING and DKVWixo F..H. ",
Subscription j:! u. Year, $1 for. six lII\1nth CITY OF DALLAS. )h' w und FRENCH.-:
Money can bo sent hv )Iollc, Order PWgds- For Circulars, address tXtTAlTUKEltS: AND: DEALERS IN

ter'l11l'ttl'r, or Express: ut our risk. STEAMER OF THIS LINE WILL KEY. J. n. MYERS.Fernandina Shop f-ituated minutes. walk west of Depot
J. II, E-rrll.J.: A Fla.
THURSDAY ,
leave }"ERS\ lllS.Inmy: .
UHf Savannah! Ga. fllrtw YORK ; and from NEw YORK, -- ---- --- ----- -- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Stove, Heater and Ranges

-' AVERY Pier 20> East River! I'nmI'mn.: for S. RITZEWOLLER: -
G..J ,
I Florida at 3 p. m.
I This: Line, having no transfers! to make M \\.' or TIN \M: SHEET: : IRON WARE:,

between Jacksonville' \ and New York, oilers .ACKSONV1::, FLA.Hlack .
I IYV the beat and cheapest transportation to Florida J IRON AND BRASS: CASTINGS, *
shippers. ROOFING AND C GUTTERING.
Oranges; will receive special care in hand IRON FRONTS AND FENCES:

T IVEUY AND BOARDING STABLES.: ling.PASSENGER. :Silk: tW c., warranted! all silk. -
x '_ .\ACCOMMODATIONS{ : For Dwellings! and Cemeteries! latest designs.;
t CARRIAGES{ : ANI'AGONS FIRST-CLASS.:; : :! The best sl. X) "silk.in the U. S. Jut rl"n'in'll-a largo consignment of

.' Summer Silks at :.V) c., Iii) c. ; Lest 70 ('1". I al- have: the largest assortment of MACHINERY .
,', To and from Steamers and Train's. The traveling; public are uttered tho advantages : PATTERNS in the State, and Stoves. The "COOK'S:; ':\\ EL" is appropriately .

; I of a DIRECT' LINE:, WITHOUTANY Matting at 14 c. ; fancy at .3:! c.ft can till most any order without 1,1Ttit'1> paying .
named-it
FOR HAULING, ET: CHANGES.; Connections made' at I for the extra of is a jeswci.'e will not
CONTRACTS patterns.
; ; *) 1:tore FIlllnt.l1111:0:; : at $II$ to #12.Money expense
Jacksonvilleitli! all .steamboats, fur all Mv Machine Shop I is furnished with the be under>tII.
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: t" PALE : on the St. John's Ocklawaha ami ( refunded if not satisfactory. ('Jl-tf 1 I latest improved I (I tools,., \\lych enables my
j intliau Rivers: and with the Transit Railroad : workmen to turn out work with the greatest J ly SECOND ST., OPPOSITE:; P. O.
"M'C HORSES, BUGGIES( ; : HARNESS: \ at Fernandina fir all railroad. stationsin "'Jr. B. ('. D1TRYEE.ENERAL : t1l'Sl'akh.l1nd at the lowest ('u"h price. .-- : .
n y .i, t'HTSH 1C.il: >NS.atfirOfflee Florida.FREIGHT. I Agent: for- WATERTOWN: STEAM JIOXCRIEF HOUSE. "

i : : t'o> UlIIOX: MERCHANT( : ENGINE:: : CO., and can furnish their ENGINUS .
( ; h; w ,, ...'1"'nam{ :;; C.\Sll.\ ( : AND I PA :ENGF.R: : : RATES (. 1; : BOILERS: and SAW-MILLS at the T) Y )11G.... BUFFINGTON: : ,

.; "' ''''. LOWER: TIIVN uy INDIRECT LINES.i""Throngh : : CENTKS: $;r.." St\I: R.: R. DH-OT: I very shortest notice.
)#:w and Stable-Fir-t Street I near I AISI). JUDSON'S CELEBRATED STEAM: CORNER: OK PINE AND FoRSYTH STREETS: 1x
Wharf. Mf') Rate and Hills of lading I1t1lK O'I.E.STl'.Ul
j "q)_ Brtxnn5trt'et & ; "FERNANDINA: ) FLA. GOVERNORS
,': - ---- to'ullp"llIts. PUMPS kept Constantly on hand and soldat Jacksonville, Flu 4

i'; ('OJII S HKOTHEKS': .Mi-Steamers:; tlf this Lino 1Ilit.lir't from )Has, Corn, ()any. Manufacturers' prices, freight added.
.' FERNANDINA: to NASSAU: N. 1', under ltfImproved For further information Price lists, Catalogues TERMS 81.50 AND 32.OO PER DAY
:'i iY lr:,; 1 h contract with the Bahamas io\eminent, -- etc., address F. R. POND.
"4" ; ..; POPULAR I and are the only steamer: that land at thepier Property for P. O. Box 305. Jacksonville }'Ia.I According to Location. of Rooms,
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". In Nassau.R.
i .'-,,' ; W. F'rIl\\'ICK( Agent, Salefl I XK1V: 5IAXACEJIEXT. '
r11IiS \
GOODS t STORE: e Firnandina.C. HU huliri'' <,tVr' for rate ten wren of land UNDER A'ELL-KNOWN HOUSE IS CFN-: I
"J DUy II. MAL1.0RY CO., .L ..AI.UIHX.. levy County, Fla. h..wt't"n ArrtHtoiitio I tally hate, and having; been recite
-.l>'!tj":.>.. llist River New York. itlMASONIC f = and tiruiuuu. on )tar Alluiitio, lair andVs'ilndLiTrouilltatlroad. Spencer 1I01l1lle.8r. \.tt'\l tnri.u.;hont will le kept as a first4 1asr

l _.' '-.'::Jh/1- 41 AMJ 43 aub'TBn,, Pj rjM .,_ III11'roulIlt'r| l good fvtict.,sad The haul land a Unit comfortnlilv uell- I )1 tRT'F' .. .. .. .. GFAJRc.I t.i lulU"'l'enence The both Proprietress, having; hud ex. .

: : ,-There wmllt.' a ....tlllart."m. (rifle ...,U..*>. There are.V) |wuch tr *-'the I l North and Southern spare
J .Jau'IUio.nJU, Florida. tlu Amelia\ Lodge.; No. 47,,, lV 'u-tu an I the Honey JVarli; 1J5: Krapeine I !!!U-nSrur.the' cuiuf"rt "f her patrons, in r
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ln.f. I to 3 J. W. THOMPSON, of the KearsargeWhite IIOll:>e.I' ,,; !' home-like
} F. .V: A. M.. on Monday evening; February Scw.ieruuii and ( 1>>"onJ; 75 uraiiKe i us any in till t
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of and i a large, of 'alUllobleul'lIlmell.11 Mountains: I'roprietor.Transient city.
we; variety
yenta
":U o'clock Transient brethrenare 33-tf
7i .
:: at sharp.
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'iruboery. rates, $::?,5) per day. IJberal ---- ---
fraternally. invited t ) attend. ThU uroiierty U iu a healthy and fruitful kitua- I' made to tho U desiring board by the MyleTa-
> PRINTING
terms: s
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,. W. F. SCOTT, W. M.JOHX gout tlKO. UCKXS1UK.47tf JOn \ at :
'ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WuiTstY, Si-cn-torj' Mirror office Fenuuidina Kla week. 11 tf lowest rates, at the MiEpon once\ J ;



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