Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00046
 Material Information
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 25, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00046
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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LENT. like ou'rs no party should seek s cl'c-;; by;;: It would\ be a stroke of economy for the government : 1a I." MAXXERS IX 111(111 LITE;, Tin: oirxnn:: or Tin CAM ov I

'I placing in nomination for president the manwho I to make use,,at a fair rental of the ;, ix Tlll:77.)11:5 (JI.' GEORGE III.I NOOK II 0 1'1: AXI ins osiiticirI'AltM. 'f

Welcome\ dare Const: of Lent : who loves not was the conqueror of a large portion of I Astor block, which i is, and has been since! For family history and the lives of great ; .

taco( those citizens who, since their !subjugationby its erection several months ago, almost entirely 'I people the time of Swift mid (;il'nrl.lIt; ," 11!r. McKrllar! : who was most kindly hospitable _
not Authorise, unti'iianted. has an ostrich farm: but his tIlt: k of
Temperance, I arms!' have committed grave }political s.ita; American: critic, ci-mmt-nd) mo to Iinis
WI1'IIlIt the
<< \ very largo) ut time! of our
But is composed passion. crimes, and whom his nomination i is by I A rAun fr'TIthc President of the Mechanic's thr' 'Autobiography and Corro-qiondonre! ofMrs. visit, b' having had bad. luck at first inbroodin

The Scriptures bill us fast ; the Church says, sonic magic Influence to terrify" I i Bank, N. Y., and others, dot">tct:' the distressing h belany l ," a I grunt bounty in her day, as ,!.
now: THE Tr ibnnc charges that "it SCOMS condition of the col., '1".1,1 I immigrnti'sin \\ : ,veil us a worn in ot I I fashion ni d of wit. He owns the actual Tape nf Good Hope I
and u long stretch of time moor-land
adjoining -
Give to thy Mother what thou woulilst all( : I and for aid ''ti' :Mrs, Ih'lall"a of those wonderful
Kansas appeals support: one
to be an 11111St: unl:',111, practice, with p.fibly "!<' ( ', and has thrown a wire fence right ttcros!
To ev'ry Corporation.The a few indivUu d exceptions, for the them. No one not utterly Itt \"ill of humni: :!nglish old \vo.uoii who at i M n) ur'.Nt S mire as the peninsula so us to give his ostndus the

hum t It'soul, composed of Love ami Fear, people in all; of the towns and places on the : feelings can refuse to pity tho.-e poor, I ignorant met ive und ngrocablo us others are ut 10. Inicr run the of n itsolf.largo tract One,, !stretching old hen ostrich rij.llt down to
cape : was n
Begins at home, and lays the burden there, St. Johns! mind along the Transit road to and dl'1u41eI111'oplc ; but a sense of jus- youth she was: glary: Grnnxillc, u niece pet about the house !but used toilosaddamnge -

When ductrincs disagree: : abuse: and disparage: all of the! balance of the tice would seem to indicate that the proper ,t' the then Lord Lansdowne, who compelled in the farm-yard\, eating the young pnlin -

He sayes, in tiling which use hath justly got, state, :and especially the southwestern coat source from whence to seek aid for their relief \\er, ut 17, to mairy an old drunken ['orn- /-,:s. ,'\vUloviig; : them likooystois.!
how is: to be found among the politician: .vail squire mined. IVndnrves, whom she It \\aniuiing to go with' Mr. Mclvt-llar: : s
I nm u scandal to the Church, and not of the peninsula.. Now, dear Doctor, into i no of his brocdiiijr! paddocks here
The Church is so to me. did you find, that! out ? Give us your au whose duplicity enticed them away from Ictested and who was jealous of her, but to I pair! of ostriches were brooding on u; nest of n

thority. It ia: :
True Christians should he glad of an occasion ou ,lot to hi1 sure of your ground (In-fore the railroad ant, stenubnatcompanies whoso i"2l: left her a hlooniin! ;; widow, main Ti them,
To use their temperance, seeking n-j evasion you encouraged their removal, for t tll') iMtirtpil, by voting mon and! old. :;|11l' loud The cock was! very savage, and attacked
saying :so r.vh a thin W, an't :allow ourselves cupidity Baitim a'l' intrudcis his hud
When good is seasonable ; Lord >re wu! paid his addresses to master a long pole
which should increase to !speak for "the tu',+ ,te and place on sake of securing the little money they possessed iier and then iiiiliandsonu-ly slipj.od! out of with a fork ut the end of it, and when the

Unless Authorite the St. Johns ;i" but so far as the people in fares. matrimony to wod n richer: true ; and she )stricli ran ut the party he i-uught its neck

The obligation in u' make it less, the Transit road arc concerned, we Tun Athens, Ga., B'innrr, tells:' a tlat-tering; finally\ m ITrh'l! \Dr. Patrick IK-latiy}) an Irish in the fork The ostrich was exceedingly
And Power itself disable. along took out clergyman; of the ]English: Church., a friendof enraged, but soon hud to give in. ,
think, and earnestly hope you are mistaken. tale of how some- well-diggers! :Swift, and u nrin: of excellent qualities.\ .\ kick 1'011111I oMrioh is well known ns
Besides: the cloanncssc} of sweet abstinence, We should be glad, to trace to its proper from the middle of as: hard a blue granite Her letters: and memoirs cover the whole very dangerous.\ Th.1 oiuy .lung to 110 when ,

Quick source, aw!' such- disparagement of the beautiful rock as they hail ever encountered! fclrty- ix reign of George) 1 and II and! the first .'U attacked Without incnii 'of defense,1tIr. MeKellar -
pense. irl years of George lit, and without l being so said, is! to lie Hut down und let the
of feet under tic:; ground, a complete n) I 11
Tampa: country, ;the reinm! >rance a bird walk till ,
pense.A vnU-rtniniu us IItraceI'uiputc's\ letters on you 'lie is tin' !. I was astonished \
face not fearing light : most delightful visit to which i is yet fresh: in wedge, such as is: generally used. in splitlin' !I tlll'Y'I: m iro! good! 1I1ll\reIIII'II't.'llIillutcitl! \ ut the; brightness of the red coloring -

, Whereas! :; in fii'lnesse: there are sluttish:! fumes, our memory,) which has! been attempted{ l by rails of wood" Probably the well-diggers! dctai .t i i more exact. Tm-y ; sirvcuniy developed' on theo t lit of the lep: .< oft lit

I Sue'rc exhalations, and 1 dishonest! rhcumcs' of our people along the Transit road, forgot toti-11 the 1tuner that they ha 1 used! rind nl' l.tt.o scatters! su "'t as p"i in make upa I cock bird during the breeding' season. 'Ihe
any ;
. in the ro.k., This i is picture of s viety as u t.uu., t\i->tod in ornamental appearance of the bird i isriutly r
Revenging the ,lcli ht.- and the wedge splitting
: and administer to the culprit a public ; Knglatut: ; and Iruland, lIhl l there ale some enhanced by it.

Then those same pendant profits: which the well-merited rebuke. Doctor, will you helpus nothing; to the :1l'COllltt'cn us: by an eyewitness new luu'ctttes, of Iain..11.1 persons in these A narrow but strong and high pen is provided -
do it ? of the great! turn,l"> in Harris\ county pages. :Mrs. l) htny knew ,-isvirt and cor responded for )plucking the birds: in. Theute 1 ;
!spring' some three or four year-, : And Easter intimate, enlarge the thing), GixinIL: INTCLLIGh'NCi:. the win.II"trri"t in music alll 1 of 11 igartli in dra.v.n !ter to pluck; the feathers out than to cut
that a'I ordinary photograph -
And goodness of the deed. us and she saw the high life lit' her tints 1111'" iicin oil'. The stumps! if left in, arc npt to
KVILROAD stock reached album l.) Mac( ,HI, distance of sixty peculiar 1Ilmntaj.tl'1''fhl'ro was much Uui ,-.I Use trouble.!
Neither ought other men's abuse of Lent Or.OROI.CEXTRL > i ;
miles, and actually blew forty-f tot well out was ]iuu"rou>,ly course in this lii'e, but it i.- Young ostriches, when first from the egg, ,,1 J
Spoil the good use ; lest by that argument par on Saturday.Tun of the ground.Hox. lily here and t there that :Mrs. Deluiiy "gives, i nave curious\ thorny plates ut the tip of their .
We forfeit all! our creed. Republican local convent! )iw in New a glimpse( of this In .March, 17JO, she ii-uthcrs, like those in the f feathers of one of 't
York splitting on the Grant ,qiustion.BKSKIK : J. M, .\uvV, .!sole of the CircuitC writes i nun London\ : Ionl IIcn'I''II!! alit the Indian jungle\ fowls nnd some of tl.e t
are -
It's true, we cannot reach Christ's fort i'th day; art at St. M iry's, Gjorgi.i, publishes in the drum of Lidy, t'obham :s ; ho held his hut other hints not in the least related to one

Yet go to part of that religious way Tuttsr.R: has married.l the stage carpenter Savannah ATM-* of )11:1:i lay, a full statement' under his: arm, the inside upward ; Lure another. J j
Is better than to rest : I of the Broadway Theatre, Brooklyn.A .Cobhum' laid a w.igi-r) with Itr.ugeut\ Ot'll The cape }peninsula! bl'colIes'n'\ narrow '
of the f.lC't1in the case of Miller, Deputy: crown tlmt lie fL'mrlll'Jlit Ill Lord 1I1'I"I'flIlIIt. t towards its termination, and ends in two
We cannot reach our Savior's puritic ; NIECE of ex-President: Tyler died in extreme Collector of :St.! Mary's, in which: he claims and did, ttsdIr; (Lord\ J llorvoys l'lIrdll\l fill capes, Cape Point, on which is the lighthouse -

Yet are we bid, Be Holy ev'n as lie." poverty in Brooklyn, a few days ago. that the U. S. authorities interfered with his viuiij u, tau lulling him the reason ; upon and lime Cape of Good Hope.\ The .
In both let's:: do our best. out':,,, win too utmost c-oinpi-suiv, 1.111'11J.lCI'lcj 'Cape of Good. Hope\ itself I is:! u mass of rock ;
IIos. II. Cacao WRIUIIT, editor of the jurisdiction: over the matter in a maiuu-r not in hrwnudthu
u..cr'.1: uim illS hat.tll111 us! ltLitlr'u'UWue terminating perpendicular chill
Who goeth in the way which Christ hath Augusta, Ga., Chronicle and Constitution, is warranted by law. Notwithstanding: the : u. no pic.tsutl: !hut next morningno sea, but with lodges here mid there, on 1

dead.A fact that Miller\ had been arrested at the Instigation Lor e.i; ):....11 a cnalk-nge.1'" Sue knew4wllt which numerous of cormorants, I'/uilicocn-( / .
gone, Wi.il-uuU nunu'le of course wit. The rljc cfiuisj" nest.-11. X. Mosclfy, Challenger "II '
Is much more sure to meet with Him, than LARGE wooden bridge on the N. C. & St. of Blodgctt, and )put under bond .\itteF, !
juar) ins! uc.ua vl/-io//, she wrote : It was
I.,. It. R. near Chattanooga: was burned on by Ju'Igc Arnow, pending; an examination, a nappy) i-clL-uu to nun ,1 I hope), lor he was: I

oneThat travelleth the by-ways. Friday last. another warrant was sW rn out and he was induced to sued u miserable: state of iiliotism THE INTER-STATE COMMERCEHILL. }

Perhaps my God, though he be farre before; THE appropriations agreed on for public taken to Savannah before a U. S. Commissioner teat lie wus a siiocKing' object, though in his f

< May turn and take me by the hand, and l buildings SO far in Congress: amount: to where he also: gave I b md. Mr. Miller, porsju: u very veneraule ligure, with longeiivur for The following is n synopsis! : of the interstate ',"
amid countenance
nuir u cumciy ,
; )
nearly 13$000,000. although in this position, so far enjoyel the commerce bill, recently reported) to the
more, jiu0: ; brawn. lat, the hard lines!, which gave House\ :
May strengthen my decaycs. BRUMIDI, the fresco-artist who has been for confidence of the authorities Washington:! tau a hui'su look before, were tilled up." The bill provides for tho appointment by

engaged in decorating the capitol at that on the removal of Bloodgctt, he was appointed iawul iiitiiacU'wrote, : to her u )'eur-ur two tics Mr.I Hayes of board of commissioners of
Yet, Lord, instruct: us to Improve our fast :years lore ate t oac, ins iiiiiui: "To say the truth, inter-state
Collector tcnip'trc. commerce, to be established us u L
dead. pry
By starving sinne and taking such repastAs Washington, mludamult 1 is u very cold scent to continue u bureau\ oJ'the interior dc mrtmnumt. The said
mail service will be reduced Tin: colored mei q of Chatham county, Ga., correspondence: with one wiiom we never
may our faults controll! : THE star one- board shall !supervise! time business of railroads fl

.+ That ev'ry man may revell at his doorc, half, in consequence of the failure of the held u mass! meeting recently and adopted' uxpocc} except to sue.among I never the knew learned it of lung iliileruut practiced passing from one state territory intoor t
the following preamble and resolution\ : through another state 111' territory, or to
Not in his parlour; banqueting the poore, appropriation therefor. : nations ; ur. i'opu and my Lord Boiling- from
any foreign country supervision rl'iulIIl
WHEUEIS' WC the colored of Chat-
: people broke themselves begin to tail me in sewn
And among those his soul. ... FOUR young negres'es attacked and robbed hum county, in convention assembled: are years." 1 nave never seen before the letter to bo! limited to questions of commerce,

George Herbert. an elderly gentleman: on Thompson street, cognizant; of the fact that our people )haven't waicli the boautil'ul ducncss:! ot'ljiicentibcrry, and<<1 not to extend to any other portion of

-- New York, a few evenings ago. any lender' or leaders to look after their interest Catiiarine llyut-, \" !'n'lr s Kitty"), wrote to the the business limits of of said territories companies or at except the )crossingof within -
STATE NEWS. ; only every four years! we arc made a the Lord Caambcrhun wacii the was forbid
PINCHBACK failed to get the appointment tool of handful of and navigable watcrx. The board shall examine i;
by a men pulling
-. the court of George;, 11, because !she! tuuk the
CEDAR KEY {is still hankering after a dirt us Naval Officer at New Orleans, and now hauling our people about like cattle! to sustain sides with the poet Gray.) Here it is : information! accounts from such and ruilromls requirereports and shall und t'

road to the main land. breathes forth dark threats of carrying the their desires! ; and, whereas, our people "Tne duchess IJiuviisberry is surprisedand : !annually report their doings to the, socriturvof !
should have be it therefore
a protection, well pleased: that the king hath
state for Grant and against Sherman. given the interior. They shall investigate alleOIllullltii
A LARGE panther was killed near Orange Resolved, That we will denounce all other her su agreeable,; u command I, us to stay Hum a
Mills a few weeks ago. HARVARD COLLEOB students stands as fol- leaders in the future, and will select from this court, wIJ'relite never came fur dlt/ertuin, but charges\\ and of include disemintinatlnn their findings in and freight
lows the Presidential convention, u committee twenty-live citizens to bestow n civdiliun the king and lilaClI"l'e
on question : Bayard, queen
commendations this
sttbject.. in un annual
THERE arc nine Episcopal churches in to look ut the interests of our people,
!!, by such an unpreccdciitea arts us
233 ; Grant, HO; Sherman, 139 ; Elaine, 76;i'a"hburnc shall be instructed to attend meeting in report. They shall report violations of lute
course of erection in this state. this:!, taut the king will see iw few us he wishes!
\\ 28 ; Hayes, 22, and so on down. the future, save said I meeting shall he called ut his court, p.iiticularly such us dare to on the }part ot'l4uitl! companies} to the attor-
CONDUCTORS our the Florida Central road ney-general of tll(' United States.
the of this board of
through power prutectiun think or speak truth. 1 dare not do otherwise '
THE jury in the case of Warren Lovett The
bill further provide that
forthe holders of tickets. and this board shall have the full \ company
are going scalped \power and ought not, nor could: have imagined :-
charged with the murder of James K. Reynolds to' represent the county of Chatham and the that it would not have been the shall charge more than a fuir compensation!

BISHOP Youso: confirmed nine persons at in August last, has rendered a verdictof interests of the people in all things, and.1 compliment that I could passively I veryhighest for transportation, under the penalty of forf'einjrcs -

the Episcopal- chapel at Baldwin Thursday acquittal. The trial took place at Griffin, shall disapprove of any person or persons pay the king to endeavor to support truth the bill., und It contains the l penalties 1.lIratl'ro'I"ioll't provided for in
calling any meeting: without the consent of in his house \
evening. ant innocence :: ; particularlyvv.ion
against discriminations: und drawbacks in
Ga.A said board. tile king und uotu told me that
YORK to the Atlanta CHHititutwn queen favor of or against {shippers. It directs
THE place of publication) of the Florida New special Foreign. they had not read Mr. Gruy'u Illu '. I have the board to investigate any the of

Dispatch has been removed from Live Oak :o of the 19th says that Governor Col- THE condition of Ireland is improving, certainly done right;, then, to stand by my earnings! und recommends practice: legislution pooling -
has last consummated with R. T. own words rather than his of Uruitun's -
Jacksonville.A. quitt at according to the latest dispatches: grace therein, it'uny is re'luirelIt\ prolijbits arrangements -
of truth
Wilson{ and his ass )ciates, the Macon and who macro neither made Use preventing the carriage of freij W
B. LCDEBMAN of the Philadelphia z
keeper THE engineers employed by DC Lessups} judijmtid nor liotuif through tnls whole utluir, from being continuous !from shipping i '
mint is: on his way to spend a monthor Brunswick 1ease.DUl'KWELL'S have reported in favor of a sea level canal citncr fur hhu"lclt'ur his nieiuta. I destination. A violation of the provisions.JKIIIUto

two in Florida., Island, the Botany Bay of across the isthmus, to cost 843,000,000 francs. C. "(JUC ENIIUEIU&V, of the act J is made punishable by forfeiture
New York city, is now being investigated.It De to half the amount If that is nut u spunky piece ol writing to the persons damaged of a bum equal to
THE Bee has created a sensation in Gainesville Lesseps! hopes secure where will you tumid uuc? three times the uimmnt of the
j the that of the nice is charged that a condition of things exists in Amcnia. bitted[
by statement one ------ -
__ ___ sustained, obtainable by suit in the
I young men of that place laces. :! there almost as bail as that discovered in n REV. )Ia. TWICHKLL: of Hartford, tells States courts, and the offender shall further
the Kentucky penitentiary.A SEE ME nll..r IllS SOUL FOR TWOCEXTS. these things of "Fighting"; Joe Hooker; A Ilatir each offense! not kfs than one thousand -
THE meeting of the commissioners appointed ." cnuructeristic unecUote ut related of him us dollars one-half to the United States
to take testimony regarding the FATAL railroad accident occurred on before his ta I. dalllu Twen
; Speaking{ of goodness culls to mind an incident occurring uppointnient brigadier I\nlllllw-hal to ) l'd.
claims: against the state fur services duringthe Thursday on the Belluire and Southwestern that happened in one of our shops general. In company with a certain ty-five thousand dollars are appropriated'' to

Indian war, which was to have taken Narrow Gauge; Railroad, inOhio. It is rumored this week, showing again the poor Mo of California senator, he called upon the President curry the provisions of the bill into ellect up)
frail A man from a neighboring und wncn he rose to go, lr. Lincoln, to Jume'3u,1881.:
place at Tampa on the 21th inst., has been that ex-Congresstnun Danford and a engrossed whom busiiiens! bo moat lie hud not ..
village, wealthy and well known as a genre - -
postponed to the 10th of March. Mrs. Caldwell were mortally hurt, and Mr, A. ous giver to various institutions, and yet been able to pay Much uttenduu tj his visitors AN ASTOUNUINU Drsmvvrsy.--It time latest
B. Booth mail agent badly bruised.A said, \\'ell, gcJUtJ ni.(ht, Cupt. Hooker -
Dr.. WM. S. CHIPLEY, father of Col. W. D. close-listed and penurious withal, was hay ", di.scovt-ric: which' the eminent philologist,
MR. D. M. LIMB has invented chemIcal ] ing a little Job done in a shop, and an he "Col. hurler, if you please, iiiiiuediately !Jr. Rudolph Full, ilalmi to have made
Chipley, of Pensacola, died recently at College a colonel "und a
came for the work an Irishman who had rwponJed gallant during the linguistic researches in South
Hill, Ohio. Isis aged mother who resided : compound, which it {is claimed, rendersall worked for him said to the men : "See: me mighty; sight; better general than must America should prove to be well founded,
with him, had just issued invitationsto textile fabrics and many other substances buy his soul for two cents," at the same you ve gut!I"* Sitting in Inn tent 1 once >>aid we shall have! to interchange the titles which
two-cent piece the bench to him, taking voAlliu.e: of my position ; to the two 'bimiuphereH.
her friends to her in celebrating her perfectly waterproof. If the claims are sub time laying a upon we arc giving ut present -
join where the wrkV.i!!. The gentleman seeing "Now, general wily are. you cunlinually' America, according to I>r. Full/a
ninety-first birthday. Dr. Chipley died on stantial, as they seem to be, Mr. Lamb has the money, and hastily looking about the thiiiKiiij unpieasunt things about M>J many hyH| >thesi*, Is the "Old World ; Europe] ,
the day named at the age of seventy years. worked a revolution In the umbrella and room to see that no one was looking, pickedUP ol' tn..,.c your brother ufliccra/ You arc getting Africa and Asia really constitute the "New

At the time of his death he was the medical rubber overcoat business. the money and put it in his 'I' ckct. ulii, und we are all getting old, und even World." We learn from hU own nummary
When he came to pay for his repairs he was if you u.in't line them very much: why not of hU> researches, communicated to the Neue
superintendent of the Cincinnati Sanitariumat THE Gainesville, Ga., Southron gives its i charged twenty-seven cents. As he had gen overlook' their hangs((( und be friend with t'relt 1'reue of Vienna, that the languages

College Hill opinion that when a ship canal between the erally paid but twenty-live cents: for the same them And the old general beamed on me spoken by the Indians in Peru and Bolivia,

h THE matter of the resignation of Ilivers Atlantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico is work, ne inquired what the extra two cents with his gentle smile and replied" : "Timut'rright (i-gpccially 'in Quichuu and Aimara) exhibit
was for, and after some urging he was gently chaplain. thut'v all right, us much w the most astounding affinities with the Semitic
t tax-assessor of Columbia county, to escape completed, Fernandina, Fla., will, as a port, informed that it was to pay for the two cents to nay, l mint U the eminently proper thiu" { languages and jwrticularly with the Arabic
the process of the Federal court requiring offer advantages to the commercial world he had picked up. lie quickly left the shop. for you, in your position to nay." .uut," -in which tongue Dr. Fulb himself has

i him to assess and levy a tax to pay off certain superior to those enjoyed now by Savannahand -JSjiringjidd (Mat.) /ltjJuUwl1a_ he c mtinued'duu't. you see that what 1 say been skilled from hit boyhood. Followingup
I about these gentlemen don't hurt them and the linen of this discovery, Dr. Fulb has
other South Atlantic ,
\ judgments against that county, has been ;I ports.A it does me a heap of good found ((1)I) a connecting link with the Aryan

adjusted by the re-appointment of Rivers, at I BETCRSINO "refugee" from Indiana is THS boys were telling a pretty good ---- -- - _.. roots! and ((2) hat: ultimately' arrived face to
one d )wn at Corning, N. Y., about a Young
his own request, and upon his promise to reported to have said In conversation with a I fellow in commercial life named Blakie. Ax 'English undergraduate, at examination face with the surprising revelation that" "the

obey the mandate of the court. Governor I I senator in Washington, that he had not !seen Blakic Yes, Blakie. lie was in the hardware on being; u-iked to repeat the parable of Semitic roots are universally Aryan. The

Drew stated that he would not have accept- a fire place since he left home; that' he line. One day, when the boas was at the Good HamarUan, thus from did Jerusalem. it : "A to Jer certain common their ktems..t of condition all the variants in Ouichua are foundin and

;. ed Riven resignation had he been made would rather live one year in North Carolina nuts.dinner,He a countryman found an article came in that to suited buy some'him icho.man" Tu journeying n lie stopped. U'j un, air," Almara. from( which fact Dr. Falbderives timem'oncluJort

acquainted with the circumstances. than live to be Mold as Grant in Indiana; and wanted a dozen. Young Blakie lookedat said the examiner "And=' "And what tGo that the high; plains of Peru and

t_ Ocala which by the I and that instead of finding plenty of workat the price-list, and found they were listed! on, sir." "And the thieve uprun up Bolivia must be regarded as the point uf exit
W: THE KejnJiliean, way, low and choked him !" triumphantly cuded the of the present human race. So Adum was
off. He
23 cents a dozen 30 a ,
.J by is supposed good wages, it was just the reverse. an American.-G'fol*.
although published negroes inverted whistle and then, with a sudden youth __ ________________. .
to be edited by a lawyer of Ocala, Mr. Hugh I* the Senate on Thursday last, Mr. Jones Inspiration, he handed the customer 5 rents - --- -- -- --- ---

i E. Miller, is decidedly I not for Grant It says : from the Committee on Public Buildings and and told him he mid bur the nuts at the A xxw memoir of Lord Ik'UCfm.ncltJ, just A statin. Page Wallace, who had outraged
other store "By George he said, when hew out in rn'laul, bean this motto front Arte- the JH-WOII of a white woman was taken
1. The people should not till back; In emergencies Grounds reported with amendment a bill ,is telling the g'lJvemri-: ( the transaction, mas Ward; "Ue asked what was my prinerpuU from the custody of the officers at Lee 1Jurg,

upon any one man simply because he to provide for the purchase of a site and the I thought the best thing I could do was to : 'I ain.t gut enemy,' I aid,,.'not a Va., a few day since, and hanged to a tree. ,

.' \% a military genius. Especially in a republic erection of a public building at Jacksonville. lave the nuts, anybow-E.teh.allq prin.*:rpul i I'm in the show bi neM".1 !W''! riddled with bulkU,


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FLORID MIRROR. TIlE DELINQUENT RAILROADS. the country before the oople tried their SEASON 1880. THE FLORIDA

-.- -_. The Secretary of the Interior has made a hands afresh! at making a revolution. But THE EG 310 NT AND AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'VOFFERS

report} showing the status of the different the very day after he sailed a revolution L
------. = .u--: .. _..:-= railroad companies which have not fulfilledthe was effected, and a new government set up ; I

Correspondents and l\.rmns having IJI/, ;,teM conditions of their grants He refers to these discords: and strifes suffice! to show that I, The Lending Hotel of the South,

with this paper, will please direr to FLORID the following\ !southern companies! among capitalists! will need better security than thus And the most Elegant In all its appoint 600.000erf'

f MIRROR 1'ernandlnn, J'ta. others, which have forfeited their rights to promise or strength of any Colombian government ments. Heated by Steam, Lighted by Gas(

... ---. .... .. the amount of land opposite: their names! : before they will venture to invest Hot and Cold Bat'hs! Oral Ammciator, Fireplace Of the most

( SERIOUS CHARGES AOAIXST ORITISH The Gulf and Ship Hand, : )' Company, ( 2,0)0() I their (fund in any )projected route traversing: Fire-Proof.in every fire Room Hose, &c.on, every tc. Practically floor, and ACCESSIULK AND DKSIUABl.K) ) :

; OIIIVERS AND SOLDIERS acres ; the ('00-10.: and Tennessee: : 131,000 the Panama Isthmus. special accommodations for Families and

IN SOUTH AFRICA. acres ; :Mo1)Heand Girard, H 10,000lcr/ (: ; the Large Parties. LANDS: IN Tin

G'usa/ and Chattanooga 1 ) the AXSWEH8 TO COllnESl.0.\' )/ XTS.
Dr Russell, famous as a war correspondent : ltV,000 acres ; Reduced Rates STATE OF FLORIDA,

for the lost twenty Yl'III'ha! written I Pcnsacola and Georgia lrJ, }HOOO, acres ; the
For week or longer
parties remaining a
letters to the London Telegraph from the Florida, Atlantic and Gulf Central, I83,0o() An intelligent historical student inquiresof ) At only $1.25: )per acre to new settlers, with

;A Transvaal country, !South:! Africa, respecting! acres ; the North Louisiana and Texas, 010- us by letter, desiring to know of any Train EGMONT Rowing COACHES Sailing\ ,at Fishing!every and Boat Hunting and the-: privilege of selection In parcels of 40

? the conduct and character of the British 000 acres ; the New OrlC'llIlB! Atoli Rouge history or romance, Spanish or English on in the Inlets, Sounds! and on the Isles of acres or more. These lands arc located' on

army In that region, with regard to which and Vicksburg, 1,000,000lCft'!!. The report the adventures of Ponce de Leon in Florida the Sea. Sportsman's Paradise. First-class:; and adjacent to the line of the

r? the commander of the army, Sir GarnettVoolsely says these companies, so far us: the interior ," Current histories, lie remarks, give Livery. Twenty-four miles of the Finest;
Beach in the World. Bowling Alley, Shoot ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA
department is Informed neither Intend( nor i only a bare outline.
declares in his
to the
despatches &c. connectedwith
ing Gallery, Billard Room TRANSIT: CO.'S R It.,
\ Home Government that Dr. Russell Is guilty are )prepared to prosecute work upon their I We reply to his questions through the the House A. L. MELLEN,

of "gross exaggeration and respective grant in fad, it is understood columns of the Mirror, because there are 21-tf Proprietor extending from FKRNANDINA: on the Atlantic
l transparent _________ _____ ___ ._ .
untruth." that a few of the corporations do not now others who seek similar information, and for to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast,
J; In his!! lively reply to the Geiural, Dr.) exist! __________. _______. ___ the reason:! also: that our answer, if )published thus affording to the producer cheap, con
: Russell professes his readiness\ : to support all FOREIGN NOTES may draw out from other sources stant and rapid transportation to the best

of his us-crtions by ample )proofs, and his communications on the subject more complete T ERNANDINA, FLORIDA markets.

\vitnobsi.s: will' \IJI> the army nfiiwrs' themselves. Russia-Crimes in the name of Liberty. The and more satisfactory.As DEALER: IN The belt of country traversed by the Transit -
j !: regards "current histories," we I
presume R. R. embraces
I' escape of the Czar and his family last week I.
that our correspondent is familiar with Fine Groceries
lie that there "M-arca'' Family
were fit'iiient\
| from
an not the
i attemptecln.'iiassinat.! on was
among\ the troop in South: Africa, 'that least wonderful of his many marvelous de the carefully-prepared work upon Floridaby
l' mado night hideous! : ;i" that they nlieu behaved liverances. Not strange, should his subjectssoon George Fairbanks] a few of the earlier 1)0! found in the State, a large proportion

in a scandalous\ cowardly: manner; be convinced that like Mwbeth( he bears I pages of which are devoted to Ponce de Leon PROVISIONS.Customers being peculiarly adapted to the culture of

I f: there were "repeated( =gi\ll'!! adminixtrml, ) "a charmed life," and that Czar-killing Is and his adventurous life. A brief narrative, SEMI-TROPICAL FRUITS /and Early Vegetables,

t by some officers to. the men ;i" eAcesse.sol: \ various under a Providential interdict. But such extending from" page :31 to page :'J4,1st vol. ofBancroft's and The Large, Compact, Bodies of Timber

t f kinds tire specified, tngi'llu-r; \ with j iooi, e licrsistcnt malice is a fearful thing; it may History of the United: States," can rely upon gettingCHOICE make these lands worthy of CAREFUL EXAMINATION

discipline un.1 l genera! drunk! 'nnews: ; ollirerswere ultimately triumph, but whether successful fifteenth edition, Boston, Irfoj,) comprehends by manufacturers of LUMBER
all the principal facts in the life of GOODS, asNOTHING
frequently under. ri'"r not in destroying:; the emperor, it is: sure to AND NAVAL STORE.
Ponce de Leon alter lie became the discoverer -
'f ; and! the soldiers: tire represented lib: receive the execration of the world, and
thieves wl'lIui sots it is of Florida III 1S12, and until his deat.i: : BUT THE FINEST BRANDS NEW SETTLERS
r being as: : ; not .strange Iraw out the sympathy of multitudes. toward

!1 that ouch allegations( whether true or false: me who, as: u sovereign, is by far l the hot of nine years later, on the island" of Cub.i. I Purchasing land from this company arc furnished

.." "should, have/ created great excitement. in tis race, and whose only political fault is The Conquest of Florida! by TheodoreIrving arc kept in stock. with entire free passage on the Transit
bus little to !say: of de Leon, for: not _.
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England.Dr. that he is the representative of a n.lilrllillt
system fir family and personal effects
J I he but Ferdinand de :Soto conquered' the native G. F. AVERY
Russell has before this hewn ,
: thought viiich the
; conspirators hate, and mean to tribes of to the station nearest the land purchased.
Fluridu.The .
I by some,to make lavish use!! of his: column) ,ay in his person, not caring apparently TITLE COMPLETE:, being derived by
original, authorities! arc few. Peter
in description ; and "midnight Munipedcs! v.uit reproaches their crimes are heaping grant from the United States and purchase.
Martyr, un went into the service of
and wild alarms": are in:ittcrs: of which he iioanwhilc! upon that liberty which they from the Slate of Florida.roiutEspoNDr.Ncr.
Spain, write in Latin a history of the
wrote very freely twenty years ago;\ but as he ,rofess passionately to love.

now professes to have abundant), evidence to By the explosion: in the winter palace, discoveries of Columbus and his successors, LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES. : : ': SOLICITED.
dying oijly five after Ponce de Leon.)
j, f'l1..tuinlli.i. formidable :and sj ecilie arraignment .vhich was prepared in !such: a manner that years CARRIAGES AND WAGONS and
$ Descriptive MAIM u BIT MRS! mailed onapplic
llakluyt 300
published of
he is entitle I he years ago, one
to hoard "for his t mine filled with dynamite and gun cotton mtImu.
the earliest collections of voyages; and discoveries To and from Steamers /and Trains
i i. cause: _____________?_ ____. .vas to be ignited while the imperial family to these riFAS. W. LEWIS: : ,
; twj writers we have not
.vere! at dinner, eight soldiers were killed and Land ConmiOfliee ... llInC'r.
.. ..ISlII.1.U.'S11117'1111," r ix1'liltx.1x1)Ix access at present. At hand, are some of the ,
.:,rt.ti\'e wounded of the guard in atten- cur Hl'ldl. and Seventh $t".
.I. most! important such the
!: as Spanish' workof
lance, but not! tine of the intended victim- FOR SALE : 1-tf. _. .
The firing; of (':111I11'11,111 heard about harem, Ensayo Chroniilnylm 1'ara In hls- -- ---- '-'- --
In this loss of life HORSES BUGGIES HARNESS
sl1a ,'t on\ M I Jilt.Jay!: supp /wto\ be! in honoi' .vas injured. deplorable luria General de la Florid," printed by authority TIII:: FLORIDA

r of the day on w .dch George! Washington: .t is a matter for cordial congratulation that at Madrid, 172; ; the first chapter CARTS AND WAGONS.
the Czar escaped. According to the most
), was: bow Wo! saw no Hags li')Ktcd on the : beins with the discovery of Florida and prrTEm.IS CASIL'tlc7.Oflice TOWX IMl'ItOVKMHNT I (: COMPANY
Credible: account he was so earnestly engaged
public buildings nor upon vessels in the h.u- ends) with the death of de Leon in 1521. The

bi>r with the notable exceptio'n of I the Ger- ,n a political conversation with the young work of G'lrcilI/ de lit Vega, often referred and Stable-First Street, near
i'rince of Bulgaria that he delayed enteringthe Broom
i Street Wharf. 49-tf
JUan Mentor which did herself und entitled the "
Barque to, Conquest of Florida, was ..
hall for half hour the --- Feriinmliiia
dining un beyond ,
her country honor, and graced thp orta'iunb' completed in 1591! thirty years after his return -
usual time and his inter RROTIIER,
was just closing
".1L..I..I.""I"U) n';'; fi ati y of a Il out i our. to Spain ; a valuable French translation Towns on R. K. Line,
view with the Prince in an adjoining -
When we Unit knew this southern country apartment with plates and notes!, appeared at
when the explosion took place tearingup And Cedar Key.Oilers .
!;J thirty-rive years u February; :L'l: was Amsterdam in 1727 ; this work is full of the T ERNANDINA, FLORIDA, :'.0:..
the flooring of the hall, killing or wound. j
'j moro generally and enthusiastically: celebrated exploits of de Soto and his cavaliers, whilede
ing fifty or sixty men of the imperial guard,
in the t South than the North do not Leon's
& ; we expedition is briefly described in M\NUrVCTVRERS AND DEALERS IN
extinguishing the throughout the building -
know that during those: years there hast : gas chapter three of the history.In to lessees and Purchasers a large
and of indescribableconfusion
creating a scene
been any relative change!; but there is some the collection of pertaining to
voyages number of the most
eligible and desirable
: and dismay among the survivors, Stoves, Heater and Ranges,
J ill reason to apprehend, that, in the strife of time discovery of America, carefully edited by
who mig'it well imagine this to have been Lots, suitable fur Business Purposes or for
and in the rivalries of business the .
parties Ternause-Compans! ( 1838) the prefaceto
the beginning of an attack or insurrection. TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE City or Suburban Residences!
old fervent love fur the great Father of the 8c'enth'olume devotes three or four ,
i The empress, great invalid, was asleep} in a
I Ids Country may be growing cold.! It should pages; to an interesting outline of Ponce de
distant part of the palace and was not ar Jiued UPON EASY TERMS
l>e a part of the religion of patriotism: to revive Leon's adventures: on this coast, giving an ROOFING AND GUTTERING.Just .
by the explosion. The Duchess; of Kdin-:
I, and to cherish the sentiment of devout account of the vigorous attack made upon Liberal Discounts Values
on allowed
4 burg was with her father and shared his danger to
li't I and earnest gratitude toward him who laid him by the Indians on his landing in Flori-
; her dispatch to the Duke gave the first parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
no wisely and so well the deep! foundationsof da, and of his! death in consequence of rel''i\'cd-I\ large consignment of
information in England: of the attempt at trial
enterprises! will erect on the
the country's prosperity and grandeur.The wounds received in that engagement.On prop-
assassination.Kngland Stoves. The "COOK'S JEWEL" i is
Washington Monument In the city pages 41 and 42 of the selection from appropriately erty purchased substantial improvements
.4 turn in palitk It was
of Washington, it is now said, is! to be completed old Spanish documents relating to Florida named-it is a jewel. We will not for residence, or in which to conduct their
ingenious M a means of persuading Jon: lish.
I at lust. Alas, for the long delay I published at Madrid in 1857 by the learned business.
_._ men that the energetic foreign policy of the be undersold!
- antiquarian Buckingham Smith, of St. Augustine -
THE nEST YET. r l'onsfi'hl.Mlnistry must he maintained, to in a royal paper or edict prepared in _!L.ly-. SECOND ST., OPPOSITE P. 0. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS (

One of the heartiest laughs we have had ill the public mind with rumors regarding the year 1516, there are several allusions to O. S. OAKES, ;;;, by exemption for a term of years from

for a long time, was occasioned by Russian machinations in Asia and Europe: Juan Ponce," but no particulars of adventure taxation offered by the several cities and
lostilcto Great Britain. It is not less skill- /CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
} reading an editorial in the last Patriot I
u in the life of discoverer explorer towns. Apply to
handsome Charlie fully contrived when Lord Beaconsfield, in
very : paper published by arc mentioned.Tho .
order to take the wind out of his adversaries'ails ';:--t"r'Ot1ke cor. Beach A 7th sts., Fernandina.
Bernreuter at Tallahassee and edited
by romance of Florida is: given in an interesting -

f Tom, Dick and Harry. all over the State. appears in the new role of a reformer, style in Mr. Gilaiore: Simms' volume BRACKETS, SAWED AND G-tf------- -- -.---- -
and it to be announced Parliament TURNED BALUSTERS, NEWELS: ,
One of these alleged editors, probably the causes "The Lily and the Totem ;i" but the STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVES- A. B. NOTES,

41 one they keep at Tallahassee "to fill up that a bill will presently bo introduced to book opens with the arrival on the banks of TROUGHS:!, SHEATHING:

\ with," gives the Democrats of the State a reform law tenure I the St. Johns of Ribault and his company, WEATHERBOARDING : GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER

little advice;i" which is, 'that the Democratic This: announcement according to English and does! not go back to the time of de Leon AND FLOORING. .

remain ht the that parliamentary etiquette prevents the opposition DEALER IRI'roTlMtontt
party lethargy now
) In this brief notice of books we can have ti
enfolds) it, and make no nominations for from moving in the matter the Initiative added but very little to our correspondent'sknowledge I MakesStair and C"ur Work Liquor, Elc. ..

the other offices of less in such measures: being by custom conceded
.. i governor,and h importance. of that early adventurer and discoverer A SPECIALTY.
J ." to the government for the time being -
of whom it was said at his death
t This'choice morsel comes, the writer of it if it chooses to exercise the right. and engraver on his tomb, that by his deeds DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF AGENT FOE D, F. AVERY & CO.'S PLOWS.
A positive and important !success: has really ALL SIZES.Post .
assures us, from the purest feeling that
great names were surpassed; we shall begratified Office Box 17.4.jan4 .
i 1\ been achieved by the existing govern- -
animate the human breast and from
can a to learn' whether in addition to Fernandina. Fla

; ,heart not yet warped by cruel contact with went, first in electing its candidate for the the; accessible works named above, others of ---- CENTRE: STREET,
louse from the great city of Liverpool by MONCRIEF HOUSE
the world. We should rather think so, fulness and interest are within reach. ,
1 2,000 majority; and also by a similar victory greater 52 tf FERNANDINA
How refreshing it i is, umid the arid,scorching And now one word of suggestion to those TY MRS. BUFFINGTON, -_. FLA.
in Southwark-which last is a clear conservative !: ---- --- -
which constitute the battle tieldt
plains interested in these and kindred subjects
to find here and there such gain, the former member having beena CORNER PINE FORSYTH STREETS MILLINERY.
of politics, a have the kindness to make your inquiriesand or AND ,

green and refreshing oasis) of genuine, un- I.i hcral. whatever -
suggestions known particularly
... The Jacksonville, Fla.
Kevolutiws in Mexico and CWossth
preiuoditated, rollicking humor as the above I bears upon the early history of our TV TRS. F. A. MEDDAUGHJtas
_. of the Tehuantepec I
magnificent resources
-- --- ;
State in this manner information will be TERMS 91.50 AND 82.00 PER DAY,
IRISH HOME it ULtItS1Y1'.IIILIA-: Isthmus, it would seem, must still longer constantly on hand a fine selection of

r I MENT. await development, u new revolution or conspiracy elicited of permanent interest and value; According to Location of Rooms. the newest styles in DRESS AND SHADE
the Mirror cordially offers itself as the vehicle HATS for Ladies Misses
t February 17th, in the British Iarllament' being reported as in progress, that and Children;
: of such communications. And one request I WELL-KNOWN HOUSE IS CEN- RIBBONS, LACES AND FLOWERS ; also,
motion with regard to aims to embrace six States, and to erect THIS Gents' and
an we make in a similar direction ; gather located, and having been renovated Boys' Hats of finest quality. .
equalizing the electoral franchise in Ireland them into a separate confederacy; and of this throughout, will be kept as a first-class
r'. the is up in your own neighborhood, in all house The Proprietress having had ex- CALL AND EXAMINE.Mrs. .
with that In England, was made by an formidable conspiracy leading spirit

, Irish member who said that the existing in- said to be General Gonzalez, who has been parts; of Florida, floating incidents and anecdotes perience both North and South will spareno M. h agent for the Domestic Perfect
, relating to the first colonists andsettlers pains for the comfort of her patrons! in Fitting Patterns. No
one should fail to
equality was a direct violation of the act of considered a prominent candidate for the be making the house home-like as any in the them. try
,-though these not twenty tf
, union between Great Britain and Ireland. .residency: of Mexico, who is now at the may city. 33-tf -- -------- ---T (
old. If not now preserved and pub-
i Paring the animated debate which followed\ lead of the largest body of troops actually years ANGEL dc FRIEND, \.
: ished, all memorials of these events quickly MUS. ANNE CLARKE,
supported by se\'cralll'aalen in the service of the Mexican Republic.
motion was
'J' the >ass away and are lost, as is well known toany TV\KERS AND CONFECTIONERS
j of the English Liberal party; Mr. John I These recurring dimensions! and conspiracies one attempting to a reliable TIIIRD ST., BET CENTRE: A ALACHCA,

: Bright 11a- strong speech upon the injusticed : deal a sad blow at the prosperity: of prepare CHOKE
chronicle or narrative concerning :
>ne to Ireland said that the chief secretary- I the country. It is to he hoped that this ill- FERNANDINA, FLA.,

, ___ __________, Groceries, Cigar and
: ship w.u held by ,'a nun bt"'Cl'eJ in Tory i I ol11l'ne,1 enterprise can yet be arrested and _, .. _. DEALER IN THE Tobacco,

. 1 prejudice against freedom. : the evil conse>junee8 averted.In TUB Duchess of Edinburgh who passed TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES '

The course, of the debate and the final ;I I the states of Colombia bordering! upon through Paris last week from Cannes had a Choicest Fruits and Vegetable, -

vote-althqujh the m tlon/ was lost-howed: I i the Isthmus of Panama they were MJ confciderate mutf made entirely of the, blue feathers of i Weddings, Entertainments and Picnics

an accession: strength to the party Hjme ,, toward their distinguished\ guest he jay. The mull now should match the Idresseu. I CONFECTIONERIES. ETC.Bliss' I unushed tom at the shortest notice, at ruck-hot-

and the exigence of an understan;: Mr. De Lesseps, who had proposed to be- Some are of satin, with a boquet price, atANGEL'S
Rule, Garden Seeds, Flowers. Farm and BAKERY
I IOfd'n
recently effected between them and leading; I'I .tow on them the gift of a magnificent ocean of natural Mowers; others of plush and velvet I Centre Street

EugUsh J-bmfci, ghip canal, a* to wait till he had fairly left tfimmed with I Imo. Implements. 7 tf I Ir. j :3 Opp. old P. O, Building,


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Grand clearing out sale for the next thirty I
.s I FIMI-W: : B E 1C 3L ITFERNANDIXA : I : corresfiondent for the MIRROR tit even days. All the entire goiMs now on hand a't I ? POND, PROPRIETOR.
--- -- -.:-,;:_ town and lillneit in the state, and to that rn? I 215 IVnrl SI., XVork..
sacrifice account of
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regularly to the address such ;
of correspondentcola a. Fl.b.1.: .
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the will th' .
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.. n.'l at the usual rat'sft ,.
- received at tiiiu :! i
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istaWwhcd ; a Illiniums Office lit thr) b',' te,. The m.iMer to be ontiiiiicd, (Ill ) the citizens 1'1' I.oridii this Institution : M VMTUTrufR; orIKON l
post o//icf//! "irfcr the charge of Mr. \H 1.: Han( such cur'lr' m n(.+t be fur n:Viof lL't''U or as nfte.Lprrgniredln 1lt1ml'4'l'r\' flI'ilitIlI'r: home for t the' ,
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illltgB A'M '",' paper on sale and (general intfll, '!fn' each <,.. tr v. un",t? foIM ( \ MoreOf (

... jlublicllliIIP, curds <01 ill not/ In FI'K ?.. r y/'in thosM nico French Broadcloth ami
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lostojJlceotlc('. oral cUlltti"iII"ft! ,', i nfitHnll,', f'.trtits I'ro- Twoed Coats :-tillon hand
this will pI> rw gitc at leas out much 11l'1'1l'ost' by
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one re fi that be all" to act under- tool 18 M. I'O\\.KV:
retire we
Office jflonrs-From 8:00: A. M. to 7:00: p. M. >ty ('1l1\ Elt1''tTlm: : S in the. :State: and\
Money Orders and Registered Letters from llldillyl1/ in IljljlIIlIfll/l them rtv correspondentsCedar t till most order without parties
unj 1 paying
B. Forrester.
3TAR1XK.I'ort (Under Formula of(fed'. )
8:00: A. M. to 1:00: P. M.; and from tax; p. M. for tin extra' o\n'use of patt'uns.
to 3:30: 1'. M. Sundays from 10:*) to 110::! AM. Key. My Machine: Shop is furnishediththc
and 3:30: to 4:30:: 1'. M. There are eight steamships: two rivesteamers ; of rcrnandtna.mult latest improved t tools, \\ Iiii'lllIIt.ll'!! my

ARRIVAL AND DEPVHTtUE OF TUB MUM.Northern / and one tug, plying regularly he umi.Wednrsdav workmen to turn out work with the greatestdespatch
Mail-Arrives daily at 10:30: A. >i 1. tween this and other ports on the gulf roast Feb. 25th.7:33: : A. M. 7.5: I'. M. and at the I law -t rash price. Pronounoitl\ by Orange Growers very
for the W.\ nHTo.rn.UI: :
I :
.. .U.I :'O" Agent
," ThnrsdaIt :a'.th. :: ylieyl
Closes 3,00; p. M There arc sometimes as many as six per clay; .
i" tun" ENGINE: CO., and can furnish their ENGINES
: Fridav, 27th.; .. K.V: !
Southern Mail-Arrives 3:30:: r. >i luve. General Slaughter, \\'ho has the contract Saturday, 2Mli... ;.3T: > 10:00": };:4, BOILERS( and SAW-MILl-Satthc' :

and l'1l11es"Trader's! Wll Mad 10:00: .A.St. M. : for dredging out this harbor, I luvs" beeiengaged Sunday, :aith..lUlS: lOn": very shortest lint h'I'. ;Maiiurv for the Orange TreeFORRESTER'S .
Mary's --
Arrives! Tuesdays and Fiidiys: .'tJ.SOr.!: M. f f< some time in removing t wreil F TF.Rlm. GOVERNORS(:: and KNOW1.ES' STEAM

Closes )Mondays and Thursdays at SCX:( (O) A. MiSt. of :i large steamer that was burnt at tin; Feb. 22d: Str. St. Johns, Vogel, CharlestonFeb. : PUMPS: kept constantly\ on hand, and sold

Miri/'s, Ga., only- wharf during the war. The ta k.is. HOW 23d, Schr. James It'. lirown, Patterson ut Manufacturers'( prices, freight added. -
.Vrrivfs Mo: lays and Thursdays at S:00: A. M. .1 I His sub-marine explorer : Beaufort, S. C. For further information Price Lists! Catalogues .
utterly! completed
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. u. CLK\RII vie., address 1''. R. POND 1 ,
11 We,l.ns(1aySmnlSat'(1aySat9lx.t.1: and diving aparatus have daily attractei 1'.O. Box :30.: ') Jacksonville, Fin.LtltltiTT .
1\,". 23d, Str. ,S?. Johns Vogel, Charleston .
Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, large rrowtk. The process of blasting nude --- --- -- -- -- jt
and Saturdavs at 2:30 Feb.23tljSi.hr.: ; tiila C. Evans, Sylvanus, COMPLETE 51 AXUIIES .
Fridays T. RIDDKLL: I'1.: p..ai3AM'L I. Vater was slow and hazardous ; but so faro New York. { A U.UIU.S.H.lmW.Alm : I /

__ accident has haPI'MII'll.1'ECTATOR::; -- -- .-. ---, -- ,
-- ---- ,

-- --- -- -- rernaniltna Market
Orange Lake. '

THE Infantry left on the train ycstcrdajmorning :' Mr. O. Richardson, a prominent fruit CORRUTKD WKiKIY BY WM. I.1WTEY.SpiritsTTurpentine. and Lubricating OIlM., FOR EVERY: FARM CROP,

for the Fair. has fine section oft 38 ($ 38l
grower of Illinois, who a ; .
Rosin t coninitin strai it-.1.$1 i 25cl( ) IU(
the lake during ,
land at Bronson bus been at -
THE steamer St. Johns passed1 up on Sunday Tar. \ in market: .
with 41 passengers for Charleston ampjiuts I the past week purchasing' wild rang eI Crude Turpentine.none in market Prepared on scientific principles to produce '

north, and--. 3,900 packages; of*, freight; I trees to set and out incessant on his place rains in have Bronson.Heavy been. in Cotton' -Sou:: Island in tae 8cl 11... 4i (L4 5 Si: '..t'i.tt. AGENTS FOR a large! yield per acre. 1.<.'.. !

Retail Market.CORRIXTKD .
Two COLORED escaped convicts, I.ymusThuIIl.1S ; order for the last ten days, but so far nothing MARVIN'S SAFESMARYIN'S -

and Dennis Jenkins, were taken to has been damaged), around the south cm UY MItS. LLAUKR,

Jacksonville on Monday by an oflicer from of the lake. Dealer In Fruits, 'Cflt.tlMr! Garden SVrtetc. ( ..AJ.nfO gy DRAWER, )
n:01T\DLt'i.: (Price $J.r>0.) ALSO DEALERS 1 IN
that The in vegetables is large this .
city. acreage :: very I
..---- Potatoes, bushel..$1 40(j..$! WSwoct { '
AN excursion of some thirty or forty persons Sl'a\\IJ1-one firm, llessrs.Ihuris it Hammer, :: Potatoes, per bit+uei........ titJ\.1I! ) 7.) WOODEN JACKET: Sill l'I'ING C.1N.s'tal'ks PRIME AORlCUI.TUn.\'I. CHEMICALS.SULPHATE : /

from Albany Ga., passed t through yesterday having no less than fifty acres. The firs t Cabbage; i per huudred..10 00iu,20\! : (llV '-'- .-- } i
shipment from this region was made by (then Onions, per quart.................... 10\.Cj! 15 W : : i:
morning for the State Fair. The Alb.iny on Monday of English: Cow Peas, per bushel, .............. 1 75v.'i: \, :2 W : TI.m'.1. AMMONIA( l

brass band accompanied the party. peas. Tomatoes, per crate................. Ii \\.It.1\I) !! U IK r f
-- ----- -- The planters are preparing and planting Turnips, per bunch................. <'! I IFRUITS. ;Td''Tin Rooting and Glittering by -skillet NITRATE SODA
THE schooner Slip (J. Evans, 231 tons, !has corn land. The prospects are for a large increase workmen, at low rates! '

been purchased by Win. II. Jones t Co., of in acreage), of corn, and a decrease in Apples, per bushel: .................. 2 OO@ 3 UU

King's Ferry, and is now sailing under permanent cotton. Bananas, per hundrcti............. :2 U4J\,1J! 5 Uv W) Wis BAY :SniEirr: : SUPER PHOSPHATE LIME,

enrolment from this port. Mr. Geo. Wilson, of Oak lawn Plantation Couoanuts Lemons, }JILT:, hundred............... 3 W lO'-\.!y 44! in 1,> JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I
is in New Orleans "doing" the Mardi Gras! SULPHATE OF POTASH,
hundred.lu 00\ ,\pLU: 1I1J
Oranges, i per -!
WE regret, to learn that Captain Sanborn; ,, Bonds or no bonds"To be or not to be," POULTRY. :Sign: i of.the. Golden Sto\e._ .22-tf. :
---- --- -- -
of the firm of Sanborn & Hoyt, is lying that is the question now agitating the average Chickens, grown. 3-'>@ 40( JAC'KSOXVIEEE NITRATE OF POTASH. I

dangerously ill at his old home in New Marion county man. AMBOYXK. Chickens, half-grown.............. l0vif:! -q) 2.)

Hampshire, where! he recently went on n Feb. Ducks, grown, per} pair............ 1 W\9 1 :2!,j MURIATE OF POTASH, ),

16. -- -- ----- -- Eggs: per dozen...................... (\y! :2.! AND BRASS FOUNDRY (
visit con ESPOMtKNCE.ON Geese, 7o.ij((\! 1 W IRON
train the Guineas, each: :31)\)(0) 5') SULPHATE MAGNESIA,
of the
THE!: locomotive up on \ND S tSULPlIATE
Transit Iload, yesterday, broke down just! THE TRUN, MONIUY, Feb'y 1<\. Turkeys, .. 1 Wty( I :2iBUTCHERS' ;) '-
the Gulf hamm>ckcausing delay ol Dear Mirror: Yesterday was the clearest, MEATS. MACHINE 8IIOF ,,1

beyond brightest and coldest day I have seen for t n Beef, Tennessee....................... 10 11'1 f
several hours. About 150 passengers came Beef, Florida 5! 10 Strictly Pure Ground Done.
on the train to Baldwin on their way to the long time. One felt like shaking even 5r Mutton 10(!a 115rk :/'
the sunshine.We dS I 10
Pair. __ saw Georgia in her Sunday dress ; Sausage.................................. ( 15 T. J. MURPHY, PROPBIKTOR. "

WE sincerely regret that a heavy press ol every little village has its little churches, FLOUR, PEED, ETC. Our circulars give full particulars, and arc
mailed free to all applicants. They will interest
work in our juh-nfce during the illness ol and the attendance at service seemed to be< Bran and Middlings( per 100 Ibs. I :IO@ 1 40< : if are inti-ri-htod IIi Agriculture

the 111b1iherIr.. Burnside, will requireour general. characteristic negro shanty, Corn, per buslu-I: ..................... (<.t> 1 00 orOrangu you you Culture. 15- lmO.
attention and prevent us from very I"luurI''r barrel..................... 8 f>0l4! 00 STEAM: ENGINES SUGAR MILLS( AXD I
personal with from seven to nine or a dozen half ALL KINDS OF} :M1LLMACH1NERY ( .
Ibs. 75c
( 100
wish Hay, (per S. OAKS rGOUN'fl'
attending the State Fair. We heartily nude children in the door, to look at the Hominy, i er barrel...... ............ 4 -75 BUILT OR REPAIRED.F1RSTCLASS ,

the efficient managers the fullest measure ol train," or to let the train look at them, i ij Oats, per bushel. (e$ XO(

success. everywhere to be seen. The red and yellow Ice, per (!a;10 (MIce : : WORKMANSHIPAND :
per 100 (ry!I

1'ersonal. clay lands clear across the state look poor; __. .__ n. ._ ._ ____
Una ol and the corn and "short cotton'stalks STRICT PUNCTUALITY is THE RCLK
Col.! Mitchell, of the wdl-ktiuwii pipe-stem McGll'FiN, '

"'e1chIitchell, and proprietor of the! do not indicate any deception in the Orders from a distance will receive carefu

Daily Advertiser, of Albany, Oa., passed general appearance. Yet these lands: art plONTRACTOR AND BUILDER I (, and prompt attention.

through on Tuesday lor the :htate Ftdr said to be very superior for fruitgrowingand UNDERTAKER: ,
well fertilizers for all SHOP : BAY S'1., NEAR: THE SHIP YARD,
--- ---- respond to crops :Alachua Street, between :Second and Third,. FERNANDINA) .

More State lAinda. The sun went down and close Uie scene dec7-tf Jacksonville, Fla.

The SWami and ovt-i'tl:)wed lands !'dl'l.tt'limd before we arrived noar the mountains. ]]I 9 FERXANDIXA, FLA. -.. ...- ---. --- -- ---- Constantly on hand

; locat.IIj': 1 h'--Williams and Swann hoped to sec" thorn, but we passc.l them\! in COHEN DItOTIIERN'
Orders and estimates from distance
: a
some time .-rice, have just been patented to the night. I). S. P. fully attendttl. to. 25-tf_. .
The --- -- -- ---- -- -
the State by the U. :8. government. POPULAR WOOD COFFINS,

amount embraced j L. 2,:! <2lili'
included in one patent. GOODS STORK In Rosewood Walnut and other woods. t
ever any I PRINTERS are wonted in Jacksonville.THE DRY ,
------ -'- State Fair commenced yesterday.ALL pi- Undertake Goods, t
Wedding Hells. 41 AND 43 UY STREET,
I the hotels are crowded with visitors,.
Last evening at 8 o'clock a brilliant wedding and still tlU'come.. BOOKSELLER:! ; ; STATIONER,, Masonic and other Emblems, Shrouds, and
JackNonville Florida.tItlEIte3 .
took place at the Presbyterian Churchin Robes.EMBALMINl.
EVERY steamer and train is crowded with
this city. The bride was Miss Ix>ttie 1' Denier in Fancy Articles, DONE. '
. \Mtors, ; for the Fair.
. L of the late I>r, K. O. Clay,
''J" Clay, daughter THIRTY sllccialI1l'Iut- ritr have been Bodies exhumed for removal. Safety guai-
, and sister to our popular druggist.! )[r. JohnL. CISTKIC: STRF.KT, FHRNAXDINA, FLA. ) PROMITLY.. ATTENDED TO. antetd.FURNERALS. .
detailed for the Fair tllulUl:!. ---- -
The was Mr. J. 3. Dickenson attended to.
Clay. groom THE rice mill is doing a fine business, and NASSAU COLLEGE
Orders mail will receive
cotton merchant of Madison by or telegraph
a prominent finds a ready sale for all its rice. YOUNG prompt attention.
Fla. 1 ONE cigar manufactory shipped in the Shelf Papers, Picture Frames Brackets, FOIL ,$/rRemember that I am opposed) to high
After the ceremony, which was performed Croquet Sets, Hand Glasses! Combs, prices.
past: two weeks over 2O ,OOO cigars. Brushes\ AT FERNANDINA, FLA.A ""
by the Rev. Dr. J. II. Myers, in an impross- etc. PajK-teries in great variety. OFFICE IN' SANUORN' .t HOYT'S OLD STORK,
and witnessed by a large num- A MOVE is being made to do away with the Also! Sewing Machine Needles, Oil, etc. Thorough English Kdneatlon.SM .' Jan-t ;)BAND HTRKET.r : : .
ive manner, _____
the trains.
bar of the relatives and friends of the contracting drumming nuisance on Clipper Inkstands, 75 cents.MITROI'OLITAN: _.: ._____ -
the repaired to the THE Florida Agricultural and Mechanical ( >rial advantages in PAINTING and DRAWIKO ; TRY X ; ,:
parties, company DINING
residence of lion. D. L. Yulee,where a most Association meets this week in this city. M CHIC and FRENCH. ,

delightful reception was enjoyed by those MR. W. W. KdHLER, of Brooklyn, N. Y., ROOMS, For Circulars address
died at Jacksonville on Saturday, of con REV. J. II. MYERS. A W. LOHMANN'SFAMOUS '.; ,

present sumption. (Opposite the Post Office,) _.. ? _____ Fernandina. Fla.IV. i :

Passenger Lift. THE: exhibits for the 'air are said to be of H. IIOBIRK, PROPKIETOR. IIAUK.VICJIIT '
STEAMER CITY or BRIDGETON, from Savannah the greatest variety ever exhibited at any RPRIVATE. ,

for Fernandina and points in Florida: of the previous Fairs. AGENT Prepared Flour.
February 22d: Mr Strong and lady, E K WE charged the freeze a few days ago : AND TRANSIENT BOARDING. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL >'

Foster, Mrs E R Bond)', J R Teropleton, with appropriating thiiteen sucx-estsive news BOARD UEAI ONABU. No pains spared to AND STOCK DEALER 1
Oeo T Broome, W W Smith( and wife, G M items compiled fur and\printed in the Mirror, suit customers. 17-3m BUTCHER ANDDealer ,

Cole, II G lete-O V Shelden.F W Bradlee, without giving credit. The UreetJi only de ..-- --- --- ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND, j
wife and maid, and 50 for prints beyond. fence is, "You're another," allee same as WA.\ACEMK\T.. I In Ice.FENNESHEE .

little street boy. We can stand it if the UNDER ... BEEF A SPECIALTY. -
Hotel Arrleafa.EoM0Nt .
tirteze: can.
HOTEL-D Wadley, Ga; Wm P Spencer louse, BROOM STRUT WHARF, 6-tf AT OLD P. 0. BUILDING
Miss! 8 OCR personal is a matter in FLA.
Fleming, Charleston; C R Ransom appearance ST. MARY'S, GCOROIA -J.0"1' FERNANDINA.
M Ransom Cambridge Mass; J T Reinbert, which our friends and acquaintances have a M. IlITZEtVOEEER
) and wife Fort right to a choice whether we shall inflict FOIC RE11T.
I' Williams
Jacksonville; E child them an exterior uncared for Ad unattractive J. W. THOMPHON. of the' Kear e House
Wayne Ind; Jas F A Gibbs, wife and upon White Mountains, lroprietor. NICE ROOMS FOR RENT:
countenance by a neglected
Va E P Fowler, X Y; John Walker Jr, a Liberal SEVERAL CITY MART of LVn- TACKSONVILLE, FLA.
; Philadelphia grizzled beard, or a crown guiltlessof Transient rates, $i.W per day. corner
henry C Furl Geo B Stokes, ; half covered, or thatched with terms made to those dl'SirinabtJ4rd by the tre and Third Streets. J
Mr R
Mr and Mrs F. W. Bradlee and maid, covering whether we shall in deference week. list Also the second story above Messrs. Sydell
white hairs or
D Rogers, Bofeton; J W Terapleton, Chicago; fellows due regard to our &I Bro., corner Ash and Third Street
Jones. Jas Prince. Port Clinton. 0; to our pay Black Silk {')c. warranted all Uk.
Run G and make them presentable and acceptable ,,. D. C. DURYEE, M. DOWNEY ,
John Moller, Miss Sadie )Moller persona, .
Mr and Mrs 32-tf In the City Mart.
Mamie Franklin, in society. There are ninny helps ... The bent $1.00 silk in the U. 8.
Miss Jennie Moller, Min -- -------- -- ------ -- -
who desire to do this, and thereare COMMISSION MERCHANT I
Sei S Y Mrs for those
Moller, Dr F ,t'r. ; GESEn\L
Master John Dr. AKTIIUIl C. KOIID
D It Blood, Miss M E none among them more acceptable thanHall's Summer Bilks at ro c., CO c.; best 70 ct+.
O; M Foster Brooklyn; Hair Renewvr and Buckingham'sDye CENTKK ST., Jtf-AR R. R.FERXAXDIXA D.-toT, .
Ga Geo Sturges, N Y; N I
Blood Thomas Co :
Waldo T LtIunan.'annah, Ga; for the whisker, Both these preparations DENTIST, Matting at 14 c. ; fancy at 25 c.
C Pettit. ; for sale at all our drug store, : n.A.lIa1' .
John are kept
John lc li1lan. Washington Savannah,D C; ; D R and if any of our friend are looking a lit Fourth fit., Ut,Centre and Alachua, I 5bO( Blue Flannel Suit at |0 to $1.None1 ::. .
X Y S Myers
Douglass, ; Corn Oats.
them makea ,
advise to
Holt and wife, Chicago; X Plumb, Strwitor; tle worse, for wear we : ) if nvt satisfactory s((21-t(
49 .\ rvfundet _
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lion Times, speaking of tile work of an edi I I CONDENSER }

tor, says It can only be appreciated by those OF TUB!: JACKSONVILLE, P'LA., Oct. 5, 1879.

who have had the fortune to have hud/ some ATLANTIC, GULF fe WEST INDIA TRANSIT On and after this date Trains on this Road PAD
experience in it. The merest! slip of the pen, :::; RAILROAD, will run as follows : LIVER AND KIDNEY
1' an epithet too much, a wrong date n name PENINSULAR RAILROAD
misspelt, or with n wrong initial before it, ( Waldo llranch) MAIL AND EXPRESS, (DAILY.)

the misinterpretation of some passage, perhaps AM Leave Jacksonville! ...................... 5:30: r. M. I CURESLIVER

: incamble of interpretation the m.wt I CUMBERLAND ROUTE.: Leave White Hou...................... 0:15: 1'. :M. AND AGUE: CATARRH,
trilling offense to the personal or national Leave Baldwin........ ......,............. 7:00: p. !M. COMPLAINT: KIDNEY: DISEASE, fFEVER

susceptibility of those who do not even pro. In Effect rdntary lit, 1SSO.uot.va Leave 1)arbyville.... .................... 7:25: 1'. M. FEMALE WEAKNESS: NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM} DYSPEPSIA,
fess to care for the feelings of others, may Leave Sanderson: ......... ................ MlJj1.: : K
prove not only disagreeable, but even costly HOUTH. I/cave Olustee......... ..................... 8:4.1: : r. M. SIDEACHE, IULIOUS COMPLAINTS, and any

1 mistakes ; but they are about the least of Leave Mt.( Carrie........ ................. !9:03): : r. M.: arising from Disorder of the Stomach or IJlood.
Leave Atlanta Ga........ ............... 2.15' .
the mistakes to which un editor I is liable. p. M.Leave Arrive Lake City.......................... 9:30!':: ( I'. M.
The editor must ba on the spot till the paperis Mac-in, i.. 7.45 r. M.: Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15: A. :N.Arrive $#Price Oue Dollar. Sent by nuil on receipt of price. Liberal discount to
Leave Druutvvick' Ga.................. 0.15A.M.; .
sent to the press and make decision on : Tallahassee!! ......... .............. 7:00: A. M.
which not only the approval of the public, \.! riiaiiiliti.i, Fia................10,15A.M.; Arrive Albany....................?.....10:45: : A. ;I. Dealers.: nno.genfH.
Leave! fcrnandma............... .........1 10.3U: A. N, (":O. HUCHIES &
but even great causes, iiuy hang. lie can.J1Ot'husbmtl ArrirvSavun11ali! ............... ........... lM): A. :N.
: his strength" with comparative Arrive Baldwin- ., Kla.................... 1.25: p. M. Leave Savannai! .......................... 4:00: r. M. No. 1 Weft Bay Street, dimmer Ocean

repose:! in the solitude of a study or the Leave Baldwin. for.laeksoutiihi.;;': ::.. L.'JO:: p. M. Leave Albany ................ ........ 4:00: r. M. tf JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

freilriess of graott fields lla m.tit: sea the Arrive Jacksonville. Cum. Route).. :2.35 p. M. Leave 'I'allalmavsee ....................... 5:45: I'. :M. --
-- Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15
Wv>rld, C verse with its forest >it or busiest Leave Baldwin f'Jr l'lar ..:::: 1.5o' : ;,. : A. :>I.
acton, l bJOI'+n to information and/ on guard ; Key p. Leave Luke City .......................... 8ri; : ) A. M.
Arrive W..lllI.JullctioIlI'. .
R. I II 4.11 '
( J" r M. Leave Mt. fame............... ........... 4:18 ARLINGTON NURSERIES.TROPICAL
against error. All this should be home in : A. N.Lelvauhlstee .
1 caveVaud.a.......... ..................... i.M I'. N.Arriveaainesviile .
............... ............... 4:4t\\1.
mind by those who complain that journal : :
......... ............... 5.1V p. ;M.Leave .
Leave Sanderson.......................... 5:20
ism is not infallibly accurate, just and agree : A. M.
jaincstvillc......... .............., 5.:!) 1'. M.Arnvj 1.
able. Ix.-ave Darby\ille.......................... 5:55: A. M.LcaveBuldwin .
Cedar ....................... U.30: .
.. Key r. N.17x.1' \ ............................. (5:40( : A. !M.
: to Jat ksoiivillu! and North of Baldwin IA'II"e'hHe House:, ......... ............ 7:05: A. M. boil NEJII-TROPICAL FRUIT TREES. ROSEN, DECIDUOUS : .

daily. Arrive Jacksonville..................... 7:50: \. M.
li.Alrtg Leave Cedar Key......................... 4.15 A. MAr.tv'e On Mail and Express: Train Sleeping Cars and IYIRCRKKSIIKURM ami FLotVERiXC

SGETAg ; C Gainesville..................:... h.41 A. M. tin through( to and from Jacksonville: unit
V E JSICI $ t --avo Gainesville............... ......... 4.5Al) ;juvamiiili ; also, Lucas SleepinCars; run .--
LlAN 1 { IIi ive Waldo') ,P. R. K. JlIlI .;...... U.lrf A. M." hnmghto&nd; from Jacksonville! aid Talalmssci -

.. 'jjavu Waldo............................... U.55 A. 1\1. !! !. NEW AND CHOICE: VARIETIES milled Orange TI-PCM MADE A SPECIALTY

w Arrive Baldwin..........................12.17 1'. M I FERNANDINA EXPRESS: (DAILY.)

AIk Leave Jacks.mvilleCiun.. nOllt ,..i1.15-A. M. Leave Jacksonville.......................11:15: A. M.rriv8 --

A.TI.'C JI.lhlwin..1.U! p. :milL \ Baldwin ...........................12:30:!: p. M.Vrrive .
: Fernandina...................... :3:40\ M. t1 Send for })..!iipti\e Catalogue.
t : p.
N EWE 1 ivc! Baldwin:........... .....,.::::::.I..ti.JP..l\1: ALRfXST I. nIDn'I I.I.,
,cave Fernandina i ........................10:30( ::: A. M.
Komandinu..... .................
s ) nYli rive :;.Iu p. Mi cave Baldwin.................... ........ 1:01': : M.rrive FLA.
i ire lM.Tiuui.liaa........................ 3.45: p. M 1 tf JACKSONVILLE,
i \ Jacksonville ............... ...... 2.35!:: r. M.Passengers .
io Bru.isvvick: ........................ "H.ou I'. >. '
Mf been In tnr..tnnt va It vi I .'t! Mau.in( ............................... &AV A. M.1Atlanta for Fernandii. ..m i Cedar; Key

>; <.H' by tho pu9lfc i f I l > .' Ga...................... 1.15 p. 1I A, ike this train. No train u in Baldwin t b 1"Jdar SAN BO EN & H ( YT 4,
z'l .
l M.i.s: to Cedar Key and South:: of Bal- Ivy on Sunday.CONNIXTIONS. ,

for over twenty years, daily except Sunday.PENINSULAR : .-At Bildwin, with A., G. it .

mind It the bent preparation : : ? RAILROAD, .r..1.1'. R. 11., fir ( ,:tr l; \ Key, Gainc.sville SECOND STREET, NEAR CL: THE:, .
( Wuldii Jimnch.) nd F'rllllllllina.lIl1l .
ever Invented for RESTORING TLeStato A'est ; nt Lake City Tallaluu-sce!! Albany; WHOLESALE AND RET.UL.
ooi NO f.otau.r +avannuh Notth West
and till points ami ;
GRAY HAIR TO IT" i Leave r Waldo Junction....... ......... 0.00 A. M I it Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam- GROCERS; SIIII' c n .tNILERS ,

Atecyer i.juvv Hiwthorne.......... ..."......... 7.40 A. M rs. J, McELROY: : ,
I YOUTHFUL COLOR AND andCbcrrist I. Arrive tcidojsa............... .......... 8.10 A. 1\. .\'. M. DAVID Master! Transp'n." AND DEALERS IS

LIFE. : Ivtchloosu ooixu........xouni.Leave ....... ............10.OA.N __ :Superintendent.MALLORY'S:: ._ _...___ ___ i HAY, I I CORN, I I OATS, I I RRICIC, I I LIME:, I I .t(.'. I I I

It upplle the natural of Mass. Leave Hawihorne.......................10.45 A.1\1.
j I food and color to the liulr and .\.ri 'Ie Waldo Ju.u-tioii ...............12.15! I'. M --- I
Trains from \ '. L.iciiiooaund ret
glands without mining tho leading; I Tuesday, Thursday: and !Saturday. A LARGE STOCK OF FURNITURE ALWAYS ON HAND.219ly {).
klu. It will Increase and
1 i tiilcKen the growth of the Pbysiciaca- .1.1i CONNECTIONS.ATLANTA. I

i hulr, prevent 1U blanchingand I i Only Direct Line to New York. --- i 1

endorse Close connection is made ut Atlanta Ga..
; lulling off, and thus '
Winter Season 1870 and 1880. CHARLESTON: t.\" .\XXUII
'' AVERT BALDNESS. and to and from all }points North, East: West ulll 1
Northwest .\NI\ FLOIHDASTEAM :
recommend daily.AT a

It cures Itching Eruptlonn With Trains for Enfaula, Columbus, Ga., I \ STEAMROATCOMP'Y. TENTER"oClIKIHM.L': : ) .

.. '. and Dandruff. As a as a Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans.! .. '" INLAND '

HAIR DRESSING It Is very greattriumph AT Ftn .\XIIIXA.) FLA., TIME SCHEDULE, The new Iron" Palace steamer
desirable, giving the hair a TIn FINE STEAMERS: ,
which all With New York and Fernandina Steam Taking Effect Tuesday, December SS, 1879.No .
liken softness ST. JOII.VS.Cvrr. .
,:y i in mediadmire. ship Line from New York on \\ ('llnellnyntlo.ao WESTERN
It the head --'--
and for New York Friday ut
t cine.WHISKERS a. m., on ,
clean, sweet and healthy. ( SEASICKNESS 1 No OCEAN DANGERS I
< 3.40 p. m.; from Nassau, N,1'., on Wednesday CITY OF AUSTIN
II I ; for Nassau, N. P., on Wednesday.With ""

m tlJ Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat CITY OF DALLAS.A 4 I I
) Co. from Savannah on Tuesday,Wednes

.. } : r "pC.; T"'" day,1'ridav and Sunday ; for Savannah on STEAMER OF TIllS LINE WILL hf' nJSBafiMftfek .

I. ).1 :?"ft Tuesday, Friday and :Sunday.:: leave FEHSANHIXA EVERY THURSDAY" I I
'' With Charleston Steamers (St. John's and 111 /i
: for NEW YORK ; and from NEW YORK,
City Point) from Savannah and Charleston Pier 20 East River, EVERY: : FRIDAY for Will leave Fernandina: for Jacksonville, Pa D
'1 Wednesday and Sunday; for Savannah and Florida at 3 p. III. latka and intermediate landings on St. Johns
Q'CKINGHAM.S DY Charleston Monday and Friday. This Line having( no transfers: to make TilE STEAMERS"CITY River, and Savannah and Charleston as follows
I "" With Steamer Flora daily to and from St. between JUl.boll\'llIe and New York, oilers OF BR1DGETON," :

Mary's, Ga., and semiweekly to and from the best and cheapest transportation) FlorIda Capt. JOHN FITZGERALD, From Fernandina: fur Jacksonville and
St.: Mary's River Landings.! Palatka Wednesday, February 4.
BROWN 01'I shippers.Oranges ..
will change the to a "DAVID CLARK "
i AT I1VLDWIN: FLA., will receive special care in !hnnd- 11.
I In one Captain WARP "
BLACK at discretion. Being. 18.
With Trains for Live Oak,'fllnllhnssec,and Ii
preparation It U easily applied, and all I ill )11,1(110111111 West Florida.AT After ha"lnIncler one extensive repairs, I 2>.
I are now in FIRST-CLASS: : ORDER in every From Fernandina for Savannah and Charleston
produce a permanent color that will LOCHLOOSA, Fl..\., Fl IIST:: -CLAS.-:. department, and will perform theONLY Monday, February U, 2 P. M.Friday .

.,; 1 not wash on'. With :Steamer Alpha for all points and The traveling public are offered: the advantages ROUTE SERVICE I I "v.os. r. M. .
landings; Orange; Lake, on arrival of l PenInsular ; : of u DIRECT LI WITHOUT INSIDE Monday, 9, 0 A. M.
: 1'llKrAUEO UY Railroad, Train.AT ANY Cll.\ GJ'::;. Connections made ut between Savannah and Florida') connectingat Friday, 13 12.i.! I

R, P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N, N, IAINESVILLE: FLA., Jacksonville( \ with all steamboat tor all Savannah with the first-class Steamships Monday, KJ, 2 I'. M. .?II i
I Midldnt. points on the St. J ,''m's, Ocklaavaha.anl of the Ocean Steamship Co. for Now York, Friday, 'O. I 5 p. M.
Dtalirs: In
Sold by ..
1//I 1; -- With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa on Indian: Rivers, and with the Transit Rail also with Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston : Monday, 23: 8 A. M. ( :

1'ENSACOLA AND Monday, Wednesday' and Saturday ; from road at Fcrnandini: i'r all railroad stationsin : Steamers. I I Friday, 27,11 A. M. I
and Sunday
JACKSOSVILEJ. RAILROAD. O'IIlalLl\Il 1'rump11'I'uesllay, Friday Florida.FREinilT: GOING SOUTH. )1011111)Iarch 1,12:30: p. M. I
( David Clark- Close connection made with steamers for
MASTER: !! .\NSPO IITATION'B OFFICE, ( AT Cr.1IIt KEY, FLA., AND PASSENGER RATI2:* Leave Sa'anllllh.fondayOl'rnoonrhun;- i Mcllonville and' Enterprise, also with steamers

TALLAHASSEE FLA. February 3, lS O. J With T.unpa Steamship' C'o.'s Line for LOWER: THAN II\ INDIRECT LINi'y.t day Afternoon. : : for Ocklawaha River; also at Savannah
1 On and alter Monday, February! 2, 1KSO, Tampa and Manatee'Monday' and Thursday, Arrive I'ernandina..Tuesday Evening, Friday with steamers for New York Philadelphia,

passenger trains of this road will run as fol. ..It1 p. m., and IiI\. Key West Sunday and r'I'Iirutgh Rates and Bills of ladingto Evening.; and Baltimore, and at Charleston with steamers

: Thursday, at il p. in. all point- City of llrit1ortoll /:- for New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore
I'ASSENGER'r'RAIN-EAST: BOUND.J With the United States and Havana Fast ,t- S Steamers: of this Line sail direct fromFERNANDINA 'a\"e lSa'annllh..Tut'S1layft'rnoon., Saturday with Northeastern and South CarloUna .

1 Leave Clud t u 11(M'h'e..,fluIlf )' ut.... 2 UI') I'. u. Mail Steamer Admiral for Key West, Havana NASSAU, \. P., under Afternoon.Arrive :. Railroads: for routes North, East and

f Leave Quincy.................... ...... 3 2:: I'1.: Cuba on arri cut of Special Train, every Tues- contract with the Bahama! \: Government, Fernandina..Wetlmesday Morning, West.
Ieuve'rullahussee: ............. ...... 000) I'. M. afternoon, at 4.30 1'. m. From Havana, and are the only steamers: that land at the Sunday )Iurlling.rr FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS. -
Leave Monticello .............. .';.... 7 10 I'. M. Ju'ba, and Key West: every Saturday. Special pier in Nassau.: .\ \'c Jacksonville.........\\\'tlncsJlvoon.. .

Leave Greenville.............. ...... 83Sp.: 'M. train to connect. R. W. SOUTH WICK, Agent Arrive Palatka..........,Wednesday Evening.;: Through Tickets and Staterooms secured

Leave Madison......... ......... ...... 020 p. 1\1. ; With Steamer Enterprise; for point! on the Fernandina. CiOIXG NORTH. and' all information furnished at office
Leave Live .. ....., 2 15 A. M. ;Juwaniico River, on Thursdays at G u. m. C. II. MALLORY it CO., Centre and Second streets. corner

Arrive Savannah.............. ...... 0 I 00 .\. M.Arrive 1",11' i'lfornution: pecting routes, rates, Pier 20 Jiist: nlvt'r.. .. New York._. .. _2-tf. City of BtlJl"toll- 0-ly c. A. NOYES. '
I Tu :masvillo ........... ...... (3\ 55 A. M jtc., apply to -_.- -' ----- -- -- Leave PIll.lt kll...........;Thursday Afternoon. V 4

Arrive Albany......... ......... ......10 :25: A. M A. O. Mu-DONELL, H"'. MARY'S RIVER: PACKET. Leave: Jacksnville..Thursday\ : Night. 1.'I.CUUn.NU HAVANA '
Arrive lake City..............? ...... 383: A. M (len'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. Leave l'ertandina.unllay 3.30 p. n., Friday.
F : \ Arrive Baldwin................ ...... 025 A. M I)., E. MAXWELL, Gell "I\tt., :21_ 't Arrive Savannah..Monday )Irllllntllr:; 7EEKLY: FAST; )MAIL SERVICE.

Arrive Jacksonville.......... ...... 7 50 A. M r./-; ,-- day Morning. 1
Arrive Fernandina........... ...... :3 40 P. M. i\ TLANTIC, GULF t WEST; INDIA B- tt .. David Cl
Arrive (Gainesville ............ ...... 5OI r. !M. 11... TRANSIT RAILROAD, "' :.!:.:..: t;: Ix avc P'eruandina..Tuesday PJvenSng.: ,: Friday iif '
f Arrive Cedar Key............. ...... t It 'Mr. a AM PENINSULAR RAILROAD. 1 Evening.: *
FLORA Arrive S,,-ulllall.: ..\\\' nesda)' Night Saturday -
i' .. POSSENGEIt'rRAIN-WEST: : : UOU\!). l'HJSTlUUm { R! r
Leave Jacks.Ilvitae..dailyat..5 30 iL.MVO -. IUSG i sot'TII.J] SCHEDULE; [ooisu SOKTTI.LKAYC. Night. ;., o./."
CAPT. Jons RICIUBPSON' Iwth South and North, ....,. ., .
On ,
; Fornamlina: ............ ...... to 30 \ i vrioxs.. LEAVE: NOTE.- trips -
LeavnOalnesvilU- .......- ..... ...... 11 o. \. ..00 A. M......FERNANDINA.,... :3:40: P. M. MARY'S RIVer the David Clark will call at all I way landings.from Performed \,y the new and elegantly
I Live Cotlar Key .............. ....., 4 ;ill' '.. l-0 .\. M.......HARTS I ROAD.......2:3-1:; P. >>. WILL nuO THE ST. All trip terminating. an Transit starting RailroadExpress ; 1 pointc ste.iiu-hip ADMIRAL (sulewlW ap-

Luauo Bil l Iwin ......... ....... .. ...... 7 :17 1'. M.........CALLAHAN.........:::1.11'. M. during; the season: as follows MONDAY: and Ftfrnandina connect with Jacksonville, and acc-ordiug tu the Billowing schedule
J Leave L.tht.l5t1' ......... ...... ...... U) .,,1 !-. I.LeavoSivannali I. I .!:.IU 1'. M............ DUTTON......... .1:23:: : p. M. Leavtr.: MARY'S MORNING 0 o'clock for : Train to and from and from landings Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.;

J : ) ......... ...... ...... ro:! ?. i. :U5 p. M...?BRANDY 1It.l\l( ,ll. 1U: p. M. THURSDAY'lmX.'W1S.und: will leave at FERXINPIXV there With; Johns Steamers also to to and from Gaines. 'Passengers; (rim u ;Savannah leave by steamer
I.c.avl' {.j'l'/:> O.ik.......,......... ...... -' 1"> \. ( I ..jI) 11.\ .1)WIN..t!::40 p. M. 1< fur O\MP PJNCKNKY on the :St. Cedar, etc. Tickets are City of Bridget! n on Saturday 4p.'m. Leave
S : ,
I LeaV''' 7\1. s >n ...............- ....... ;.! .\. :H.' r. N......... I.\X\'lLI.I.1t:4J; A.. .u.. and same nil days[ riitfriiicdiiite; at n. in.landings, un the river. H.il.1\"ilW.1hlo.\ ttirnii'h, to and Key from all the aboveprints Fernandina .>r Jacksonville bv Transit Railroad -

I Le.1\f 'i: .).ivillc. ,. lo I.\, !>. ...,11 p. M............ LA1111.1...... 11(1.3 A. M. 'turnhig"EVERY:: : TUESDAY: ; and FRIDAY 'and; "when Steamer City of Bri\l eton train Monday morning), Arrive at
3 Leave ..l'iiiticelU. '' *') 00 A. n. yj r. nt..TlMl'LI:3: : ..........10:11: A. M.jj Key West Wednesday;
will 5 Savannah and Palat morning. Arrive
'' Arrive Tallaiussee .. 7 IK) A. MLeave :: P. M.............:STARKE: ........ 10:37: P. M.:4ti I arrive 1'rratNDtNt at ST. .MARY'S at 1).111., runs: thNuJh between also have: the choice of going Havana Wednesday afternoon. ul

I. Tallahasse.......... ...... 8 au A. M : p. M..1'llhltS'1'ON..1O19; P. nt. touclring and SATURDAYSwill ka, passengers Fernandina and Jackson-! Returning leave Havana Thursday
Leave (julncy ....... .. ......10 OS: .\. N. 1:20:; P. M... .........WALDO .............l ::48 A:)(. On leave WEDNESDAYS Sr.! MAKY'S 8:30: a. m., and can bv vll1e.rail between ing. Leave Key West Friday morning.even Arrive

'Arrive ChattuhutKbee........ ......11 30 A. N. >i:2J> ; !.I r. N.JAINES\1LLK..P:5): : A. M. be chartered for excursions to For State-Rooms, Tickets, and all other Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at
3 I CONNECrriONS. :52: p. M......... Altm.nO I>O.8:1: A. M. the following Agents Jacksonville and. Fernandina by Transit
Live Oak daily with the Savannah I J:07: 1'. M...,........ BATTON ...........7:5U A. N. Dllugt"uellil.and particulars, apply to Railroad Saturday evening and I at Savannah
At Eit ............7:3.! and Office:
uell A. M.
from 0:3J: P. N.\ by steamer of Uri
Western and City
and Railway to Cor. Bull and Bryan geton Monday .
Florida other points of interest in the vicinity Savannah Ga.- morning
BRONSON ... ....,6:52 A. M.
t Y' Savannah, and all Northern, Eastern: and 7:12 P. N.UTTER,, CIttEK..UOs: A.. N. of Fernandina.Through. opposite Pulaski and Screven House. i ), thus forming the shortest possible sea
Western Cities. $::07 p. Fernandina 13.-\t the Egmont Hotel route between the United States and Cuba.
t daily with the Florida Cen .;:17 p. M......... ROSE\VOOD..50d: ( A. N. I Roumillat, Agent.
Lake City if Jno. L. PASSAGE tCltbin. I
and RATES.
At Hills of Lading' Capt.
'tullt:1ilro1.1: to niU from Jacks mville, St. ')::30;) p. M..........CEDAR KEY..4:15: M. ; Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Bay and Pine E.rC'UriM. J

\\1 Augustine Palatka Enterprise and Unulinj Peninsular Rnllroutl.STATION'S. MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all Sts., Dr. L'Engle's Drug Store; A. C. Lan- Savannah to I18\'ana..3:i 00 $-1'f 50

f.l on the St. John: River. : points on the St. Mary's. phere. Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hungerford, Fernandina to Havana..... 20 00 33 00

l I At Bildwin ll.1lwith\ the Atlantic, [Gulf 6:00 A. M.............\\..\"DO............ *\ Jacksonville to Havana 2600 3350
Connection II
and West India! Transit Railway to and from ... Close ? Augustine Fla.-On the Bay, R. F. For staterooms anti tickets
I 6:40: A. M.......... SANTA FE: .. ..11:30: p. M. apply to LANE
m Fernandina, Gainesville, Cedar Key, and 7:40 A. nl..1IA1VTIIOItNE.10:45 p. M.LOCHLOOSA made with the Sew York and. Savannah Armstrong Agent. & ALDE 'S Tourist Office

with steamers for Tumi, Key \\cst and .M...... .....10:00: p. M.. tt'amenIark all gotxls Care of Steamer Palatka Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers & Co., Savannah Ga.-Comer Bull and Bryan

lIavana. 1) MAXWELL: ., Supt. flora, Fernandina." AgentS streets. II. A. CALLAN. Agent. '
. with LEVE.
ChattaluvK-hee three weekly Fernandina-Egmont Hotel.
At A. L. MEL-
the People's Line and Central' Line B Kate to FKHS. ,- IKPINA.J-'LA.,-IVc.--- .2J-, 1879-.-- -- GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PASsengere. General Passenger Agent. LEN Agent.

( and from Columbus' Enfaula, Fort Gaines, lc.-There will be a regular rommunication Excursionists and Tourists: will W. .'. BARRY, Jaeklllmvillt'-Corner Ray anti Pine .treeu.
Savannah.J .
'. Apalachlcola, and other River landings.SST .\ of Amelia U>dge. No. 47, find this a very attractive trip, as the sceneryis General Agent, A. C. L.Sl'IIEItE.gent:
"nt Sleeping and Parlor J* 1'. HARJUMAN St. .\ugu tine-On the
; Elt: be- F. J.; A. M.. on Monday evening, February grand and alligators and other game are Manager. Bay. D. 1ml..
daily STRONG
latent, run 11 Agent.
Woodruff and Lucas o'clcK-k Transient brethren abundant.For :0-tf
and Jacksoll'llle.Quick :!3d, at 71 bhani.
tween Tallahassee connecti. l>erfl'CtaM fraternally invited to attend. further l information apply to PRINTING, In every style and at TO THE] MIRROR. .2
YUb'T JOB at the MIRROB office. $1 for six
EDGAR na.il"Yt lowest rates= months,
2 Fernandina,
) Master Traus )rtatlou. Joux A. WWITSET! Secretary. .

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