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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: March 10, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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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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SEMI; -\VEEKLY. FERN AN DIN A, FLA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH; : 10, 1880. VOL. 2. NO. 89. : !


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L 1' Till RI PER TO POME DE LEOX. siasm! by the contemplation of the prospective GI.-lI.IL: I.YTl;LrdGlxc;; ITn :. 1'L()ttlniia'.h I tick are made buckets, clothespinsspools-, 'I

6 l Jf .. benefits of the Gainesville, Ocala pegs, and, hundreds of other varieties of
"; And 1 he cameo to a river of exceeding ): new chief of police of C Cincinnati is \it\r' under .,. nboif/ f
a and Charlotte Harbor Railroad. Won't ) propose, tit ctt'>n, to chron* i V wood and/ iron whuh find, sale at the south
t deepe chnnnel, by which he lay down and closing: all the gambling houses.THE ash citrn.nl iitnt.trs$ nJ iiutrmt fit antt itbtiutifiHdl elsewhere..
despeired of reacliingthat foun ta'ine of which somebody please go and pull him out ? Kentucky State: Democratic) Convention I /'/ u'/inVi tee only load' t jlniuinif! here and i
them that
drynken alle
semen weys gangly burs, tfjifi'itii/i/ tt'tttitiTcr n/ i>e il'
Washington iy
THE arrival of Governor nrl'in irmiffiirintj! TIN .HHUCUI.1'Ull.ll.
: COLf.lAl:
and liven will l ] the
withouten sykencssc. meet at Lexington; Oil lllh of fit(' u'ayul! Ayiicnilure! Jlnrtnnture, Industrie/ *, .. "
and his!' calling upon Mr. Hayes with 1'U\'I).
I rush onward whither whither June. jrilllS/iOI'Idtltlll, Inllnlimlilllll! Hint I lit Jlltf, ,,/l :
Do Conover, has been telegraphed all over the THE MotHtt! bill punch has failed in Virginia 11,1l,1'IS,1"'/.,",,,, Hint linlttrtllt( '!JI' ',1,1. Ire At their, recent annual tnoetingnt the State

my crystal; waters go. country l by the Associated' ) PressVlmat was : and the legislature: substituted: for ah.ti.u take "I'I. Roaming hither, now and thither, the it suitSuj UIII' IllClt //1'/ III.1<11..*, I..IIAII'Y :SIItfI
national significance of this! apparently it the old license .I II'O'II.C..Itllt crs', Association and the Florida: Agricultural
In their rapid !silent flow ? system. "'IYI'S.II".* K* n I' ,/I"A- itrt' (tut him y.l1ttutxtdt.'rdlwrt..i
Thro' the woodland, o'er the leaI harmless: common-place\, act? THE ]Domestic 1:', vimg\luchincfucturyand /biro I'M Kill I/I'CL'I''SII/'IWI./ .1 Mechanical Association adopted' the

Ocn Nassau still .Uhl! ire lit I'C "ISk ,.t' .ia..su"rtC tutu "U-"I trunum/ following 1'1"\'lImhll'lUlil resolutions :
rush downward to the exchanges: are indignant a }planing mill, at F.mi.um, N Y., were dostroyod ,
!sea ly Ill'nrinthe! rumors of the existence of by lire on 'ftc+thly. Lust., :sijo.ooii.\ ) : A resolution passed: : by ol1r'

I M F m idv kII.: ;ht, bosi 1 le tin! !Ivint -. yellow fever there, which they have heard! THE United S.atc.s: c-cnatc: unanimouslyrejected ,1.11inc, .L'&I.I.I'.I.)/v"y/j, ""tr.1).t 1.11 midis. <,'i (1'm ifiiiiiy.i/it'ii/etefjtm'tilxy.i U/ f'fl'gIJ..I' legislature reference to Agricultural
t
College Fund of Florida is ,
for
"' '. now pending 1
i :mlav! .,'h!) tro bun,: circulated! i in\ Florida.]; We pub* Die ni-nnnaii.in of John :McNeil 'sU. /Hut': yttii' ,o' in u..a'I nru' em jar" t urrrud. I the consideration Congress: : ; and whereat, \

.\' i.lv -.': I IIi ..la, lisliod: i.w -jk! 'io protwli'i! s of the Nassau I S.Lus.td:; : i' H' 1,10 eastern! distriit ofMissouri. /,,r! !i/M'ik jinii.u't'il( iltjii'i'.ifioH... 1'uiitiiiitntd in wo believe said resolution, vas ana is. uncalled f

"\ I i oter.i.ii! t 0'. "',,1 H 'ard! .: *t '.i.-.i all -ull.:' 1 'iiyH; : thj! I /Idrl I'dillmint il.id t'ld.l'raWy jHir.tiitint: iii.ui till'i l/ii/n.tint.IK/i/it:: J'l'Ut'nl, ilrl..1', yt'l.,",- t for, and aiitagonistickto' tilt :IsnitmtlIii'a1 &. : I
1 liitorosts of Florida' its far it seeks
'1'!_' 'ind go, Go :i ;ells;!i ruin ,)r.Tita. TlIF.'it"illi., .. judges; whose! cases are IHI'IIIX 'It' a.tii;;lrntem I'm llif .\tirtn ; n'hue Jt t uivtrt[ :said. fund from its original ns! I Iti \
\'o 11 roll downw.ir. ... the! fi;,)/ull re'.l.> inure ur (lean it, iei!ti'/, i/rt nut :; pur-
a, Ocala fllilll.'II".l11' >i says that t','.' J''illt ati'cctcd by the decision. of the I'nited Mates: : Iu5uNrt / )I'' '"','* ; tl.civl'oro, bo itItenJi'id
n i/iv/nc/ KI( /- tut",'lult dni'iuat/ Ib i.'
A.(4flinily
1 will wash out every wrinkle! i4 i standing lire well-even the he.. .'y, tried Supreme (Coin, are to he arrested: and tried lint tinrliitilrnneeit and: illl/'I'c'd.jirrimt!/! /'/...< ifIll ill convention by lime Florida Hxscinbled Fritt'rini'erif; Jwei'i l -

guns of the FluridliVIiy; ; bios! indictments sustained that de tidriiner iind That we proicst -
Time has wrought upon\ thy brow;; your upon' \ as by iinjirtneiiiriit tee sloth note frumtlinr I tmaitsstanvinterli't'eu 'l' withtbo Agricultural

Mine the ages fail to crinkle, soul, Mr. Jifpublican, the Floridlmi scarcely ('hit n. t't til/if, nut cinijiiniiiunrseli e'.i /(/ mijtiCiitiini } 1'1"11'' I II (College fund of Florida, as iixlicutcd by

Look !bow placid it is now! knows there is: such a paper" as the I'ntrint; Gov. H.M.t.iitvv Virginia, has vetoed (111'111..1'11"ur urdrbill( write-/ of them/ UK/ they/ /rrstnt I said resolution: of tbo legislature: and, that ,

and as: fur aiming its III'atrit'11 guns" at the hill the I "'c solicit our senators: and representativesi \ : ,
I'm of youth thy fountain: free\ parsed': recently by legislature"to MY// Props IHIII in Florida.-The many: pri-' ( to their
Congress: : use influence to let the
Come go downward, ; to the sea it-whew 1 I It would be like hmr.ti mig a ricebird re-t:: tallish public credit," denouncingit ; I ale and newspaper' correspoiiilents' who I ,mid bo;': appropriated\ and I applied" originally r.

with a columbiad.llox. ; as being re-illy to u repudiate, a !.ltgl'l'al'l m ofthe write ot'or about Horida. us. a general thin.; ninctcd by (Congress.liesitterd .
With black pools waters mingle are inspired' by a previoiHiy" \ formed 1 opinion' !1
my ;
I D. L. YfLKK I recently delivered an state 11(1)1.Tun ail / ', That the t president: ntllll'l'l'I'dfiry'

Drown therein thy fanies vain, interesting. and important address before( the : "National (Greenback\ (Convention," j I j pru' ', .o wnilo, the most sonic of are them extravagant from their in arn\al their of our Association: I enminnncateiuuuclittelyvitIi i t

Then we'll rush thro'swamp: and dinglo, Fernandina Hoard<t., nominated 1 I j I until! their tlcpurture"5CC' no good, in all till! +known our our delegation wishes: in the in Congress: and making,l ask;
I '' premises, :
' ,I Bounding lightly to the main, of the Fernandiiiii<< harbor It is gotten :Stephen: : \ B. Dillay> of New Hampshire' (for u land. There have been lIIallIhillln'lI ill101'lIlIgl' that the same bo :submitted l for; the favorable
What is life when fancies flee? j growing, in vegetable growing, but ,
up with great skill, and deserves extensive President, and, B. .1.I Chambers, of Texas: fur I if inquired, <<1 into the causes: aro l'a'llhHlIld.. consideration! of C 'u'tigress.

Come and madly set k the sea !! l' circulation: it has a general! well usa : Vicc-1'rcsiilcnt., I As wo are now able, to get reliable'reports: In noticing; the proceedings of these Associations J

Thou art wl'uQ'-I am never; local application. We expect to quote A i.AiuiK: : meeting of citizens was held in from intelligent men who dtl not !ijuct.i, but t the Florida" ItiujMitch); ( has t the: following M

1 See how fast! my waters"run ; from it largely in future issues.-Oealn liontier. Kansas: : city, Mo.[ on the 4th inst., and a a to keep tune a diary publish and: ,Mutciiictits record, wo ol shall! special 1'1'011tillll'cropsshowing I which wo heartily endorse, und commend -

Thou hast stopped I speed f forever, lengthy memorial I to Congress:< advocating I i the actual prolil and, loss, und if the matter to the earnest attention of l

!Still: reflecting every sun. WE learn that the Fornandina Mirror is the opening of the Indian Territory to settlement they t are questioned: wo are n'ntIII! give( : our !'l'lIaton1I1Il1! representatives: ill Congress : J

Plunge, and thy rest will be to be, enlarged, and run as a triweekly.From t was adopted.llox. locality, year, name: crop, siiie1itntialrnd- II In calling attention to the l'l':) V"/Ill Ji/l'I. : the IllI'dll1J1III' one Florida! Fruit-
Dan dug downward to the H'ld! : the arrangement J for getting out the RoiiKitr I.. \11I T.\IIl'I:, Judge of the, ntowl'r mud Florida{ ,
.\('TL'.\I. KKsfl.TS: : A KI.O.N: I It..0'l' Agricultural andtc t
Hew issue, we may look for a newspaper, inferior Eighth Judicial Circuit of Virginia, and formerly 1'IIIIII Associations" : wo !'ohollllll'l'l'l'r to till'Ili"I'II"ioIiS
Knight mail is rusted :\ 01'1'lltna'II last
thy glistening; : county, !: season
to none in the state.-Valntka Herald : by prominent, 11H'lIIhl'1'1'0111
Lieutenant-Govcrnor of t the State, North watermelons
shipped
10,000 und I this
I will it
scour on my stones, which learn J JIt.oI
Our arrangements have scarcely proceededso ] died at his home Middlesex. county on i is t the statement of cost and, profit.Labor we tisatsunlt'tiou'sincefhethti: ,

Nevermore to he encrusted, far, Brother Pratt, but we do hope to the 3d inst., aged (i.'J: years.MRS. ,..................................1)n.INI:t:I I !ida Statesiutermrm'ntdunute11landslit for the: ( Flor
Evermore to shield thy bones; make the Mirror better and itnow Manure. ( ................................ :>II.lHI.r"lnll.xl'l.IIO /. development of agriculture. The F
than
larger VICTORIA \\ IPU/H fund t therefrom culled
presidentialboom 1 accruing It l the Agricultural ;
Seek tladl'clUny; fount with me :<1'1'I.........,........, ;$::HI.tHJ
i.s. started in Ki: !bland! last summer, ii is: Sold. net pI'lI'l'I''I'IO\'I'r' freight College Fund, managed, by a board: <<1 of !
downward to the seal I
Searching I trustees. Thefund
: THE motion to reconsider the n )initiation not lead, but seems: t I'> be riviving. She has commission: : A.O.: for........... rt4HIJHI ( drawing interest is uIJoutIMIHH.I

Turn pvud knight, and boldly leaping, of Gov. Reed, is Supervisor of the Census, captured a London, religious newspaper, Leaving net profit of............. : N1,15)) $1 ( ,,, amounting; thc interest at present about to$0,000 about}per$118-annum ,L.

Here pu ue thy idle quest/ has been disposed! of, not bavin? been sustained which states that !she will /soon return I to,; A Tl'U." ItlM'l.TS: I>K I 1.\IIm, i\IM'.MiKH: : IN TUB: 000. There have boon C\'l'I'ull'I1Jrts; mudo to I

Or audit cater lilies sleeping and there is note notion. ation before America to enter the race. I'fl.TIVATloX OK TIIKoltMK.Mr. : :. divert the fund from the purpose: from which .
L- of Putnam the following it was originally intended the latest
ghes and
Curj.:! untr >u,>lcd take thy rest ; the Senate. Hicks' friends, ..ivs: the THE London Times states that many persons county ; J \
taken from his 1'1'1'111110001;: daily: )most: formidable by the /state superintendent'
Whilst: v..r leaping, rolling. Washington correspondent of the .wannah / of the rural classes! : are making preparations 'IlI1'/4lllJ1II'S/ planted lNi7: number......:'M') of Public Instruction: who, through a resolution : }

Weeping :for thy labor vain, Ai'uw, are confident (that he will be again tt) emigrate, to America. The recent Half only /survived,l, which were budded passed: ut the last: 'legislature: desires to I f ',.

Bear thee back where bells arc tollingTo nominated, and that the Florida Senators revival of t trade in t this: country and the sending 1- in lsti7 and'I ltiM.; ................................1 l.V") have it transferred to the common school I r;
Three year old! "Wl'l.t'I'l'l'IIIIII14 planted! fund. As thl'lIl'l'rol'riationVIIS' originally
:;
the distant shores of Spain. having been convinct d that he i is not objectionable of large remittances from American in I H71............................................... l.W mudo bv the (General Government, it will
Come then, sad one, go with me to their people, will not oppose his friends und I relatives' are attracting immi Making with t the surviving sour ones a have to bo) done by an act of Congress.: Seae.

Back again across the sea. confirmation." If the Florida Senators can gration. grove of (I trees).......................... .........:'too ator Cull, obeying the resolution by the State

W. F. nl' r\H. be convinced of that, they be convinced I THE Richmond and Railroad, Cost' of cultivation per t tree each yeatrsue! : legislature, hives introduced a bill to that if.list I .
Odom Branch, Fla.STATE. may Alleghany Cost, : of fertilizing per tree each your........,:J : which'upon his request and explana- 1.f
.. of anything impossible and preposterous.We Company has purchased: the James Riverand 81/1/1. lion, was referred to the committee on jndiciary :

XEWS. don't believe( anything of the sort. TheFlorida Kanawha Canal. A railroad will be Crop of lHill, 1,500......................$ :30.00 instead/ education, where it is: not ; ;

Ih71 .................. !.
Senators know better. constructed along\ the entire line of the 0,100 ... 1AJ.OO: having lu yet boon reported upon\ by the 'k(
I lHi:!, 10IHX>....................... :LtXJ.OO) ('nllltitittl'('. ; j
JACKSONVILLE is to have a telephone ex WE are formed by an officer of the Savannah I canal!, from Richmond to Buchanan, and .. 1H73: 14,000...................... :.! O.O() As, the agricultural; interests of the state, t;

change. Florida and Western! Railway that thence to Clifton Forge, on the Chesapeakeand 1874: ao.OOO( ..... ................. (GOUOO) us represented by these associations, beginto

the rush of travel to Florida this season, and Ohio Railroad, a distance of 40 miles. ".. ltiid:! 4iHJO(; ( ...................... D.UOO: look into und discuss: : these interests: till! i..

JACKSONVILLE papers are full of complaints especially! of late, has been unequalled forman THE full of the Gcm Puzzle 187t;, WJ.OOO...................... 1.1JU.UO: public become informed us! to the evil ff- n /
about the dust. papers are 1877 8 8KX( )). 1,7IK, .00 I eels! of such legislation:< ; are awakened to fi '"i 1
)" years, and almost daily two or three or Game of Fifteen many of them devoting 1tt72h UIOOUt. UliO.OO their (Itlh'rclitIIIltl! protest: against such n '!/
JCDOE LOCKE is holding a term of the Fed extra sleeping cars are sent out on that line several 187U! 127,000:! ; transfer desiring the
columns to descriptions of it and its: l.UOO.OO on contrary that the |i | ( j
eral Court at Tampa. to meet the unusual demand. The train marvels, and instructions for its solution! Omiliug all account of cost of land! and! fund .remain ILS oriirinullv 1Ipruprlaleti.! mul :11111 I

JCPQE SETTLE is holding term of the Federal yesterday afternoon of eight coaches and first cost: of trees: und interest: on money, thecXl'clUlitllrl' be utilized the development) of our most i
a
All there is of it consists of a little hallowbllx Ll)1
:; for thirteen. years: were $1U.JO; important industry.We ,,
Court at Pensacola. sleepers, exclusive:' of the express and post- containing fifteen blocks numbered) from sates 47; Wi); receipts over exiienditUres$3,640. think there is: H very serious misun a

THE Bessie Bee, a small schooner of 15 office cars, all well filled with travelers- 1 to 15, the box having room for 1 Ki(; blocks: 'i'lic sweet seedlings were not budded and!I derstanding by our state representatives' ;,s I
mostly bound for Florida-shows this road begun bearing usually: trom seven to nine this stutter Members of the! state legislature d
tons, arrived at Titusville, Indian River, last L The puzzle consists in4U/ arranging the from
date of with
whom
years planting the seed. As we have conversed say, in {
week. as running the longest passenger trains of blocks, without removing them as to make labor, cost: of trees and! fertilizers is much effect that they did not look fully into the

THE Quincy Stnr has failed to reach.our any line south of Washington City. The the nlllllhe1'J read consecutively in horizontalrows. cheaper now, and experience had in cultivation the matter but trusted to the judgment of

cheerful deduction railway men derive from It is not neatly us good a more available In lessening the cost of the authors of the resolution. We bclievt y
or us
office for several weeks. Are game,
you asleep planting' und cultivation the above statement that the agriculturists farmers a "
finis! is the establishment of the reputation and fruit
Brother Gibbes? interesting, or trying to patience and ingenuity i is u safe one to correctly estimate the

TilE South Florida Citizen tells of of Florida as a pleasure resort as well as a as the old, game of "Soltaire," played, cost of orange growing in Florida., nt'I op .

a cassavaroot health resort. The continued mild and open with u board full of holes and pegs, such as County M "seven feet long and !sixteen and. a half winter at the north induced the impression we used to nmakefurwinferevemingns'uimtse- Immigration; in preparing' the new edition ami, liberal-minded see and know that it 1 it a

feet in circumference." the season would prove a short and unprofitable neat when of t'lueidti, it i,, sent about the 1st of January to their Interest sustain them thereby securing
small
.
I a boy.M. )
intelligence und thrift rather than
circular letters
and blanks ,
senators
THE Gainesville Sun publishes two columns one, but the continued rush to Florida I DE LESSEI-H, in response to a toast at a and assemblymen us also to persons who he Ignoruneu; und \ice.} They will cheerfully

of extracts from the address of Hon. would show that the crowds who resort 'banquet in New York, concluded with the thought Would interest themselves : J1\IJrl'lIr pay u "school tax ; are not so unwise:< us to ''f

D. L. Yulee before the Fernandina Boardof there are the same fashionable pleasure seekers distinct avowal of the ItJH returns! are coining, some of them verycomplete. question its benefits or draw a'color! line. ?,
following principles
But it i is
Trade. 11'evcr)' county would form Its management that is criticised: ,
who spend the summer at the spring lie expects to recognize in the prosecution of local committee to gather up their statistics: u, and severely, when I there is developed/ u motive -

; ,) A CORRESPONDENT of the Sun sail /tmfr and watering-places, pursuing the name hisintcr-oceaniccanal : "It must Lean American I Jhlllllhe minutest detail to .the grand! total in this department to divert u fund

complains that the undertakers of Jacksonville round of pleasure and amusement: with canal. A French engineer may buildit production, business! give u history IIf created for another f'lIrlllll| : to its own uses.:

r make too liberal a display: of their. surroundings! of nearly the same nature. It and French engineers lend their aid, their county to embrace: till mutters which The agricultural interest III'Ollr rapidly
may pertain to it, they would not only act'ulu. developing state is the most: prominent, and
:
"suggestive" goods. i i" now as much the correct thing, in a society in its construction: but it is American, enterprise able information, but publishing: it; briii ; : we shall soon have good use for thi* fund.

REMEMBER: that the next State Fair is to sense, to go to Florida, as it formerly was and should be built by American their counties bciore the thousands who arc Among others we require an analysis" of

beheld at Tallahassee.! The l legislature will 1 to sjicnd the honeymoon at Niagara Falls.Sttvannah .- capital There IIJ\fJullll.Jc fear or feeling now looKing to Florida. for new homes. our stalls and plants{ giving us an, Intelligent
One gentleman of Putnam who in- uudclttundingftheirwants ; udvk&coun!
be thar," and that big hotel will doubtless jWinr.AT of national prejudice in the measure. The tcrc.tcolllilll1tclt'! spent' weeks; county in getting such, mid assistance! bused HJMIII demonstrated :
up
be finished: on time. a meeting of the inc'nrIHrato1'J of the nation or the company} \ who should attemptto thctitutisticH of that county, and u portion of facts, thereby relieving at of expensive/ l

Wuycross and Florida Railroad Company, throttle that artery of commerce when /his report] published' !, shows iu'thisl I, clear- experiments (that IUIC."t Ihestuto millions
THE citizens!' of (Gainesville
subscribing held in this city yesterday, at the office of once\ the blood of trade has begun to flow ma.s and I completeiicbs which could utl'onl in money und th'I: to a paper obligating each signer to plant in good: system tu follow. With micij statistics Agricultural College we have a IUdI'
Messrs. Chisholm it 1 Krwin: it determined
Courthouse :Square: a forest! tree of certain was through it, would bring down upon itself a citizen of a county CUll r''MINlllllat l once intelligibly around whkli! Ilao gathered other means,
dimension A to transfer! to :Mr. H. H. Plant and his the forcible! check of all the other civilucd. / und correctly. und eventually)' accomplish good) results
good plan. associates all the interest of the The farmers und 1 agriculturist* of the Statehave
incorjioru-
nations uf the globe. lam willing, in conclusion IlIIl.utr mwtl.-lt It only four or liveyears
SUITS, aggregating! : in amount$9,000: !) ( have tors, as conferred by the act of* the IcgNla- that in all disciitiion of the canal ago Mince u simple thing! u:* an orangeiw ; our law u.kl.tl-htakers tllel'I''t'now no rob sjK'ci.il Ibis industry favors Wi

been commenced again;: t Madison county, hare in the above named At the 11oJ4 made here, they were brought by donation I
company. now and of the management of the canal from 1 the (General t' ?
to enforce payment of bond issued fromlb. the cargo from Maine; passing; up by the Kt. I (uV'rllll'lt
\\'t hone+ not. and that better
meeting an interesting statement made
was hereafter that America should !have the John's river und railroads ( cuundl may
<< right sawiuilNand
.;; to 1SOO; ;, under, the Internal Improvement by Colonel lIdfI1ail1l'S.! General by prevail,] all the fund be allowed to renmudiias ;
Sujierintendent upper' }hand and the lost word the lumber. Now these boxes ure made
originally
Act.THE of the Savannah Florida "by t the thou.iand.-i wherever UPlrrrlatl'iISUUTlm'
alll"l'8. THE: new rules of the House oI Representatives oranges; ure

Sun mild I'rear, under the heading tern Railway, relative to the progress already finally adopted! on?Tuesday, the JJd inst., grown this or year shii"-'rCrri iH-d from l'rlitON"our own bud to mills.bo made Until 1.IIJl:1S' JUU"7'IIL. .

Straws from Gailsden'I devotes nearly halfa made in the surveys for the location of this went into operation on Monday last. It i I.* north und brought /here, now they are! built The March number thU Ilt..r edly popular '

column to the important announcementthat new road to the Florida line. Arrangementshave generally conceded that they will simplify here; 'better, el1eulMrun l are owned by the II'rlo.lmll i Is before u*, its ample pugft

a colored mail agent of Quincy iOf i in been made to cross the St.; Mary'a riverat business and put the brakes upon Interminable persons: who grow'l'g.ta""' und fruit filled, M n-iiul!, with a choice variety of instructive .
l Lat week there
favor of Grant, Ledwith and Davidson. Dixon's Old Field, a point about two debate. The "morning hour," so culled, i lf: for thi strawberry was men great, 7o/K) baskct' >oiiitiueiit ors and entertaining article, em brae-

. THE Duval county Republicans are quarreling miles below Traders Hill The corps of engineers abolished. Committees }have simply l leaveto den-d from Cairo were in wan-house ready ing every subject of Interest to the farmer, '

"': themselves already. Six members will at once proceed to make thesurveys report bill when called without discuss.ing to be Milpped, when the warehouse took theand gardener, horticulturist and the
among furi.t.
in Florida under the recent incorjtoration them. all were burned. Now it seems to at household, and, the ( addition
There three calendars for
of the county committee met and called are that thcMtbaskets: can IK'\ und should! be to articles a/iy f erd front
a convention, and the other members rebel, of the East Florida Railway from three general classed of bills, that of the made benwe have rertainly among our (>e't (., Tie tii'liclon-'ly ) number Ich'f.tC1 containsseverul the
10Irl. present
while the chairman publishes a notice revoking Jacksonville to the Georgia line, and the committee of the whole, that of general legislation many wood. the material suitable. amid the valuable ('III'rlltioll" t'1HI time }Iaens

the call. prospect of an early completion of the new i and the priva'e calendar! prmdj nuking muttt be simple enough tlu111IIa1141"and surely, of able home agricultural and
if these baskets be made
j can of other
road is very flattering. The importance toSavannah ence being given to them in the order subject, showing that I lively intercut
THE extension of the Peninsular Railroad mile away transport!! l !here, there must be i I.* felt in the prusi.enty] und ii3 ;f'iiliicf.s of
of this new short line to Florida named Motions to .l1I-l\f.'nd the rules may : a profit in making them where used!, and the the Monthly by Ih(1 best capable of
to Ocala has taken a firm hold upon the cannot be overestimated while it will place be made only on the first and the thirdfuntLmy demand. i is now large and must iricreaae for ciatiii),' ju merits and its 11Jut'net. Hpprt-
people of Marion county. The Banner publishes once filled} they are never returned. Wesuggest
Jacksonville and the 8t. Johns river many ) In each month the The editorial department the in
an encouraging letter enclosing a subscription ; previous qucMtiun to some of our niechuiiics to look up and xhLiu
I dustry practical
hours nearer to Washington and New York is regulated and restricted!, and "rill'l'I"to tin thing, there'is no doubt it would pay, (' while the pxl ta1 lt it* IIblhJ"urf \
to the fund from one who is not We understand the new road U to be furnished appropriation bill are prohibited unless I and pay well One of the caiued of the (\ ad M to be ilu-tratol'of are the appro--

even a tax-ayer. : with steel rails, Iron bridges, and all germane; to the subject and re sorter! by a wealth of the eastern state is manufactories In point of tyjHigraphy atr.tifns, the MvntlJ iuagaziue.

TIIE editor of the Gainesville SMI confesses the latest modernrailway Improvement committee. The chief effect of the new rule : large and small!, not a stream whichcan U uneipaallol l by any l.uIlkutll or its dls
will be to restrict spsccim-unaking and add to turn ever II) Minall a wheel but in Jiu..Jwltll in '. *
himself thrown into a boisterous enthu- SJraltWlh ,\'e>rt. the business: J OW



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FLORIDA MIRROR. nls Loring and Blake, to the Jefferson Rifles", bill, declared. that the educational books AN ORDINANCE THE FLORIDA

> as the best drilled company in manual and prepared by the Jesuits were dangerous to THE RATE OF] PER l1'\'Y
C
REGULATING IMMIGRATION ()
: marching. Seven companies were present the! liberties: of the country and hostile! to collected on City Taxes LA\'I) AND

t. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1880 from diiieront counties of the State, and the the ideas of modern society. lor the year 1870.!
lie it ordained by the Common Council of OFFERS:
1 Corropondentt and; 1'crsons;; having;;, dutineti military display and re'iewere the finest A PARIS di'patch of March n!, says that the city of Fernandina,

m S with tliii paper will please direct to FLORIDA and most imposing i seen in Jacksonville since the French government has decided not to That for the purpose, :! of defraying the expenses : 600.000U'N

!it: <'1: MIRROR, ,nanding, Pht.r the close ot the war of 'Ul-ii.\ ">. The presence surrender liartmann, the L'ussian! Nihilist, of the city government'for the yearJ
(1 \
.. the
7l hereby
following appropriations are
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; :r, CALL 1'011COSSlatVATIVEITh'M0- Gen 11'.11'. Loring, whose! recent services as alleged to have been: criminally connected made : Of the most

(tral t"", CRATIC COM'EM'ION. commander in hgjpt have added to Ins: renown with the Moscow explosion) ; but will expel 1. The sum of:$1,83.!: for unpaid sanitary ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRABLE);: : >>'t

achieved previous wurs, gave cilat him from J-reiifh territory. indebtedness.!'
:h\ The Conservative Democratic party of 2. The of / for
.turn $I/! ) salary! of city
to the occasion iloridians ON in THE
' ; are )proud ol account of the famine prevailing LANDS IN
,', Florida will hold a State' Convention, ut.. oilicers.
of his: fame. Armenia!>iutic Turkey-thousands ol the :3. The sum of $700) for payment of city
: Gainesville, in Alachua county, on Thursday STATE OF FLORIDA
people; are endeavoring to vmigratc to the !scavenger and other !punttary purposes.
,4 :, June 10, 1880, ut 12 o'clock in., for A LETTER I'ROM MEXICO.We 4. The sum of$300 for roads and bridges. settlers with
adjoining ]'ru plummets\, but the roacis At only $1.25 per acre to new ,
the following purposes : 5. The sum of $:.100 for
" are permitted' to make the extract cemetery purposes. of 40
are almost impassable and have of selection in parcels
: : and their alternates many perished the privilege
i;; : y. To choose eight delegates which allows the letter oi )
born a
;!, to represent the acute in (lie National private on the way. 0. The sum of $700 for incidental expenses acres or more. These lands: are located on

.Jr- Democratic Convention to be held at Cincinnati young naval oUiccr, already uisliiitujM I '1'haihlliat who attempted to shoot Gen.MeiiKoh and outstanding indebtedness. and adjacent! to the line of the

: ; : '1 Ul' lIay, June 22nd: : :; tor saentilie attainments lie writes Horn on \\ eunesuay lat'US executed 7. The sum of $1,000 for the bonded indebtedness -
'%' To nominate candidates for the offices ol and interest thereon. AND WEST: INDIA
; that part ot the 'Mexican; (:\'llllh.JlI.lIH: ATLANTIC, GULF
on Fiiuay in the presence: : of till immenseeoncou collected and ,
surplus unappropriated
Governor and Lieutcuatt-Guvenior to be Any :
R.
t'i;:' voted tor at the next regular Mate: election ; luis time, possesses! a somewhat: special interest I e. !,: evuui: men 111 the crowd, having shall: be appropriated for !bonded indebted TRANSIT CO.'S: R. ,

\ To consider the remitted to they for the commercial: worul, as it la ness.
: question thexippearanceol' students, were arrested extending ftom FERNANDINA) on the Atlantic
:' States by the lout l\UllulHlllklUlIl'ratlc Convention there--on the Isthmus 01'1'ehuahtelee-thus the lie it further ordained, That for the payment
uy puiire.deiinan' of the aforesaid the to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast,
appropriations
,
-wnetner it be desirable to continue
J. me railroad has its eastern terminus, which
I'' the two-thirus Mile longer in lorce in (lie >;itional 'uu Emperor cxpiessed to the :sum of one ami\ one half per cent be levied thus affording!: to the producer cheap, constant

I .i Convention ; is to unite the dull with the feline, aim HIICII Ambussaoor! at Lcinn, last week\, and collected upon the assessed valuation of and rapid transportation to the bestm.iiket.s.

", .':. To transact such other Imsihcf's\ nn: may oils is aiso the t region preferred by in.uiy aatne me:-II'ulllIeMre/\ ot him.-cli mutt oi Prince taxable property of this city and that for .
the of payment of the aforesaid! !sanitary
before the Convention.Tne purpose
come route for toe ship cabal, runlet
proponed
Dismuu-K. lor peace ano holding but peace, loan and thesaid bonded indebtedness traversed by the Transit
belt of
:,., diilerent counties in the State ur,' requested The country
< t to send delegates U"Jl1lhc 1'uuuw alb man 1'anaiua or.It'Ul'ut'l1a. 'A he ties: lur thellt.PJectcll'1chu.ultcpeC und especially with Jrance.Au.oituii : nifty per cent, of the taxes !so levied on : R. R. embraces

.> l" :i,: burls : itaiiruau, we are JilI \u to the Loncion Tme a considerable aforesaid shall only be payable in currencyot'the ,

'> <,.'. One delegate fur the first: one hundred I loaned, have already been snipped: irom emigration irom Oieat Imttun ami United States Government, or certificates EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto
of Indebtl'dllcS8lssue(101I of the
votes, or part of one !hundred cast in each Cedar hey lor the .Mexican coast : account
Candidates I Ireland is preparing this: !!spring. People ol said sanitary loan or part: due coupons of
county for the Conservative! Democratic be found in the State, a large proportion
upon the :State ticket ut tile general GOVTZACOALCAS, MEXICO, February 19th.Tlui the rural classes: : : are Hocking to (Jucenstown the bonds. of the city. adapted to the culture of
being peculiarly'
election 1871)) auuilinnal lor is lM miles frum't'ra and Passed: its first reading January 2sth, 18SO,
in ; one delegate : place : only :: departing' for America.
,and read by its title. StMi-TioricAL: FKI-ITS and Early; Vegetables,
every additional hundred t votes, or hie last: lJrul, and COUMatS: ol UOoUt 1W hOltoeS Wllli\ FROM
that the Vice-
fraction over the hundred, \1'cll'lIlt auu.,uut. uUuto":' uim LII..lCIICIIIIJU1:'<, hilt Will he L.1Uaee Jicnm comes the Pitted:! its third reading and adopted, and The Larye, Compact JJodlcs of Timber
President. ot thc liUUlIl'llutillllterl'll: :! abuiuco ( I Februaty ltith, l t1'\\Ml. T. KYDD,
to to cast EXAMINATION
nity or inure cur mien caiMuuieo, 01 cciiisiueiuoie 1I111'IJII.IIIl-C III a ievs make these lands worthy of CAREFUL
President of Council.
tue number to be determined by tne voU J CUI as: ui i Aiueiicaii company lily com- I be appointed i'renuer 111 place! oi Prince Attest by manufacturers LVMBER

for tiio Conservative candidate on tiicteiiciu. .U 'lIcCI1 Oiluuiilfc it lanVutunooa hunt licluvo JiismarcK wno on account: ol ill health neciUreliei :
Lou, O. Yam,x1), City Clerk. :2(5-30.1!( : } AND NAVAL STOKES.NEW.
ticket standing highest on tile county rULLX inu J. CIIICU.t.. iucic uie quiiu a mliuijci -- --- -.-
rum
} .{ :' of each CLlUllt '. Hut II'UIIY county increuauuin ol iiuclieaii chancels I 1I1.:1tJ W, uuui.ney his uruiious UntIes:
.. the election ot is fl it \ 'Iwoof the 1'rcnch radical papers publish .SEASON: KV80. SETTLERS]; ,}
.j: its vote at < su.tu uie tin at wofK, iiierc it a snori piece

fr I' have, the beiietit of such increase.! j. iiiiciv lam uiuii(4 the liver IJUHK' \vmi.iiimiHr u the proclamation' ot thelUifsian, : revolutionary T II i: EGM0N'I' "
: y The counties under toe above rule will lie Purchasing: land from this! ('OllpInre furnished -
it aiu-au
t.. 01 cola Buinunig upon > committee, calling on the French nation
Jr'! ', c.itilied to representation: as lollo'ws ; jjititiQ me !piucc ijUiie an ur 01 emulation.AIIV 1?EUNANDINA, FLA. with entire free pl/. aue on the Transit -

,l ,! Auu-iiua, 1.); Bauer,
4"'I ",' varu, 1; Caiiioun, 2; Clay, J; Columbia, \U .uiiiUMiie isles no not couoMcf mac enuvncii : ol tile Czar. The Leading Hole oi' the South, to the !station nearest:! the land purchased.

,4 ; r IXule, 1; Duvui, lo; hsa11utilu,14: ; J' rlllll llIl, J..e any u"e ill'UIUttiItIh:\ iiaui a>ifi Ax Irish Relief Committee, at Paris, has: And the most Elegant in all its appoint-

: '-' : X; iiausucn, lo ; Hamilton, o ; licnianuo: o, mcy ale tea >our.t ol i>{,e, anvt evcu Wneu coiioeled ;a r.1 hUuoo, The Archbishop! of Puns ments. Heated by :Steam, Lighted by Gay TITLE COMPLETE, Icing derived by
\ lliliaboro: ; Holiness ; Jackson ; Jt' ela eater tiles ale nut at au particular in tins Hot and Cold Baths, Oral Anunciator, Fireplace grant from the l'nit..ltatl':: :- and purchase

son, s'!:S ; La layette, 3; Leon, lu; Levy, OJ; JC"l'cl't. uas: lorwarded to Ireland. .the sum:! of :3lOuuu.; in even Room, &l'c.: '\: Practically from the :State; of Florida.

t:' Liberty, M.iiiso.1;; 11lLlHul'c; 4 ; clarion ---- -- -- Fire-Proof. lire Hose! on every floor, amid

'Iif.1;., .. 10 ; .Monroe, 11 ; Junsaii! 7 ; orange\ ; 1'UIUJJU..Y'Ul'ES.. THE AXT1-STATE RIGHTS JtLClAJCMA special: accommodations for Families and CORRESPONDENCE: ;: ( : :SOLltTTlfl: ).

PolK, 5; Putnam ; aiita itosa' a; Jonns, 01' THE AUritEME COURT. L..re; Parties.!

rk'' ; 6; stouter, (i ; atnvtuuce3, ; Taylor! ; Voiutuii E1Jlntldandher: !IIius.l =The proposed monument Alluding to the recent decisions of the Reduced flutes Descriptive! M VPS ami i IIUTLVRS mailed on
\VaKuiia 4 Svalloiio VYa-miu: ..ion/ ,f.
..k ; ; ; ;
i1, And! it 1.1 Uiiilcistoud llutt tne peopie in to the! young I'rince Aapoieon whien ciiprcmu Court of the bnitcd /fetates:) : in the For parties remaining a week or longer. application. '

Mi'+ convention Will luivfj Uie rigut HI ('lhIIlJ"' too Knglish; Court ilesires to see erected hart \'lrglllillclVli rights cases: the points: of which EtniONT. COACHES at every Boat and ('J1.LE"; ] ,

1; tau 1IItl of rcpicsfhiulioii: onoiild they sicjiroper 'cstmmistcr: Abbey, encounters violent opposition have been given in our Washington dispatches Train. Rowing, Sailing, Filling and Hunting land t Commissioner: : ,

iJ;;', : : from the people of Ln; .;land, man} in the Inlets, ,Sounds and on the Isles of Oilice cor. Reach!, and! :Seventh: : :-'ts.Itt' .
;;a Tne counties will select their) delegate I the correspondent of the Baltimore the Sportsman's:; Paradise. Fi t.l'l\"s: : '
of whom have I Miicd a memorial to thiacitect .
"n "Tne eileet of these decisions mlll'01' the Finest -- --------- --- ------ -
either in convention or general mass 1IIl".t'ill Omit !says : Livery. Twenty-four :

s' ;, u.i may lJo.cvliI'ld.rCllIJC"t by the people! : helling forth the inappropriatencss inme upon politics in the South, it is alleged, will Bench in lime World. ]Bowling Alley, Shooting u.; i:. vniiit: : ,

" acting through tile ti u.al party organuatioh: : scheme introduce a foreigner and Vile if for the distasteiiil Gallery, Billard Room, Arc.: connectedwith
and it is recommended l tout the ctti/.cns: assemble oe quieting, even present : the House.[ A. L. M ELLEN; ,
,. : who had achieved l no personal! distinction and III obnoxious. Tne '
;; at their court honied: in the several many respects > =.t.itf--!! J'rl'lll5'E'! [!? ERNANDINA: FLORIDA.\ ) : ; 1.Ilr
_
" ._ cuuutie41'ir: tins purpose on .Saturday: .Ma.) among. the noblest names and memories: ol win take out of (tie political campaign- __ __, I4'
,
of At
:i.-M! t ; but snuiilil they f tit so to assemble: : on England.; It was also(: urged l that since the many questions no practical utility. PROCLAMATION.MAYORS .\U.1t IX r
me same time many ot the ablest jurists
that day, that they meet ax early as practicable young Napoleon was the head of a party in view wan surprise, if not alarm, this larreueimlllg : OFFICE:,
thereafter Fine
We ('allIplJn: all Conservative citizens ol France hostile to the existing republican demolition, by the hignest jutiemalaumurhy FKUNANDINA, FLA., March 2, 1880. Fuuril3 Groceries

; the State, without icgard to past IHllltiCI1ll1il1 government, such an act could hardly fail oi the country, of shut has been Notice is ]hereby given to the qualifiedvoters AND
uonsiueied as leit oi tile reserved rights olme
\\J rcllccoJ: and associations who are opposed: to ho regarded as: unfriendly by the body 01'the of the city of IVrnandimi, that the
Field intimated
:states: As Justice inus .
Annual Election for oilicers of said City will \
,. to the third term movement, to all unconstitutional PROVISIONS.Customers :; -
French people. dissent in one ot the cases it reduces the
and revolutionary modes of Inaugurating : he held on Monday, the Fifth day of April,
I defeated candidates, to the base: Dean Stanley: however, abides by his purpose states to the level of mere municipal corpo 1880! at the City Council Rooms, on Third
, rations. THC court room, during delivery street between the hours of I 8:! .\)1. and
r' frauds whereby lie t vote of Florida was reversed to pay this signal honor to the Dona- ,
oi the opinions, was crowded with prominent sunset said day. And the following
.',1 ; in the last robbed electoral of the canvass legally and electedPresident the part i>t prince, and places his: decision uponthe members: ut' the bar, and with leading officers! of on the city t will then and there be : can rely upon getting CHOICE
was
country
:
I, r. ; and upon all who are favor of a ground mainly that the young man fell politicians ot both parlies. Republican Icaucrs chosen by a vote of a majority of the votes GOODS, a.1NOTIIIXG

, ::' free ballot and an honest count of the votes lighting in the service of England.The proless themselves as more tnan satisned: given at said election ; viz:
.. wUu the judgment ol the court, as they hold ''One MAYOR
,
s elections, and 01'u pure, economical and sentimental reason on which the courteous that the reconstruction legislation is thus
constitutional National us well a* t State Eight ALPEKMEN, BUT THE FINEST BRANDSare
,
: and liberal Dean lays most stress: : is sustained: in its entirety, and this: view is One CITY CLERK and TRE.vsfRF.n,
to uniti in to
government, ; sending delegates "
this Convention '. PAM.-O, Chairman.JACKSONVILLE sufllciently answered, if not altogether destroyed not controverted l'ea'd.TRIBUTE. by tne Democrats. >'uvaititut II One CITY MARSHAL and TAX COLLECTOR,

.. by the public admission of the .: One ASSESSOR' : kept in stock
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: Given under my hand and !seal of the city
STATE l'.tllC.' i'ri nce's most intimate, personal and political OF RESVECT. I the 2d day of March, 1880: G. F. VERY

A convenient of replying to several adherents that,he went to South Africa NORMAN: BROWNSON, Mayor: ,
way
G.LL'II.LODUE >' o 23, F. & A. M., )
TURNER DCLINO Marshal.
himselfin
simply to make military capital for : City
. will be \
the State Fair
questions respecting February 14, A. D.. IbMi. JWIIEUEAS lurch 3-tf.
u criminal enterprise: which they and he ,
to mention in the briefest without -- ------ ----
:: manner, It hath 1ll'lI1'l.tthc\ Supreme

citing the inquiries, what one of us saw and had planned against the government of Ruler ot the Universe to call lrulLllulJvr our NIIEKIFF'K HALE. .

heard while spending a pleasant hour on the France..ifgluiniatan.. beloved l'lltIa tl'r, W. l. Maxwell ; and, VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS- AND BOARDING STABLES.
.-Conditions of Peace in Afghanistan WHEKKAS, It is lilting that this Lodge, in BY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth i LIVERY

grounds. authorities which he learned the mysteries of our order, judicial Circuit, in and for the County of
the British
as defined by CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo
First: The Fair was a "financial success ;j" and over which he presided, should take Nassau, Florida, in favor of Sanborn, Hoyt

no doubt can bo felt on that score. The at- indicate that England is i determined to some notice ot his t1catn ; thereioreliesittvvd it Co., and against James Leak t Sons, I and from Steamers and

tendance large Jacksonville being give away totter Eastern allies\ what she cannot That while we bow in humble have levied upon, and will offer for sale at Trains.
W18'Cry : she submission: to this dispensation of an All- public in front of the Court House,
to retain and to keep what can. outcry, CONTRACTS
expect FOR
,
HAULING ETO.FOR .
full and the
of the time
Northern visitors at I wise Providence, we recognize that by tHe in the City of Fernandina, said County of ,
rural population of Florida also pouring into Herat and Seistan! (west and northwest) are to death of J.lruUll'rlaxwcl1, society has lost U Nassau on the first Monday in April, 1880,

the city. :Many entire counties were not be handed over tOPeriasomepartsefAl'ghau: : valued member, toe people u laiinlul public being time Fifth day of said month, all the BALE: :

I Cashmere while servant, his lamiiy u tic Voted nusband! and title and interest James Leak it Sonsin
either citizens exhibits territory to be annexed to right 1I0RS1-: ,BUGGIES: HARNESS,
represented by or by
and one of its brightest -
districts to become lather, our Fraternity the following described real and personal
the Cabul and Cundahar are -
and apparently the counties, as such, were ornaments.Itisulnd property, that is : Lots 3, 4, 5 i, G and 3-1. in CARTS AND WAGONS.
not expected to compete with each other. dependencies on the British Crown and Tnat we unite in condolence and block number 4, being in the City of Fer
be under the command with tne aillicted tamily tiatour of Florida together ;:- -TERMS CASII:t
t The cash receipts were ample to meet all ex- to garrisoned by troops sympatny ; nandina. County Nassau, Z
of English oilicers. English journals: JCW emS be draped in mourn tug lor thirty days, with the steam saw mill, fixtures and machinery y
penses and the premiums announced were the and u blank !l'lade on our minutes be deuicateil on quid lots, and the water privileges ,;\t-Ottiee and Stable-First Street, near j
reiterate chargesbrought
promptly paid. .. of the highest character to time memory of vur deceased brut her. whar'ele.: ., therewith appertaining. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf

It was hardly an agricultural show ; thet against General Roberts, the commanding : Jhsuteeit, That u copy ol these resolutions terms cash. PETER CONE.: -

general in Afghanistan: that prisoners oe :sent to the Feriiaiminu papers, with a request 27-td :Sheriff Nassau County, Florida.
btaple products, cotton, corn, cane, tobacco : that they puoiisn the umc.J. ---- .. A. U. NOTES,
condemned death by I
of
and rice were very inadequately represented.. war were !S. LITTLE, ) JACKSONVILLE
the British oilicers, and that the halter and A. 11. CoLbON Ouminittee.II. .
}
Fruits and flowers were in pleasing, abundance : SHIP CHANDLER,
and' variety. From Gadsden: county the lash have been 'ollstlmtlyusl'l.l upon theIU1th'l' C. PICKET: GROCl'USD
and -- AND BRASS FOUNDRY '
I :; us instruments of punishment: DEALER INProviHioiiM '
more than a hundred kinds of pickles and WE when we assert that IRON
intimidation. A forcible arraignment of speak knowingly
preserves were exhibited. Individuals hails v'egetauie Sicilian liar Rcnevver is AND Liquors, Ete.
showed their taste in the arrangement of this war, especially! in its crimes: against humanity time best article ui the kind bold on the
been made Frederic Harrison trial has MACHINE SHOP.
has by American Continent. Personal
articles. presented)' them, but there was:
and other and the extenuating demonstrated this, and the article is an elegant -
nothing in the appearance of the Fair building publicists, and cleanly one, without which we AGENT FOR B. F. AVERY & CO.'S Plows
) offered General Roberts are"not admitted -
by
pleas
as a whole which manifested any ad- mink no toilet culUl'tet 'h':>1)nt. Johnston:: ,

,1 Vttn.ce.; upon its predecessors cither as to the to be valid ; in fact, to a considerable ilolloway tV Co., w..: Aich Hrc-tt, Pmladc-ip- PBOFRIETOR.
but confession of the aro tue lor the urticleamid \\hl'U I T. J. MURPHY,
extent, they are a nia, agents CENTRE STREET
amount and variety of exhibits or as regards ,
!him. our Philadelphia friends return Hum CupeMay
taste and skill displayed in arranging mate wrongs alleged against! they should certainly procure some ofit.
FKO.M THE OLD WOULD. extant for 52 tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
rials. We Know oi nosucn urucie ___

Jn the art department the picture most A VIENNA disjKitch of )Iarl'hIth, to the the hair, and thus speak in sucti decided STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS AND "WILLIAM. WOOD ?

noticed and commended was a crayon sketch London Daily Tvltyraph pays that the revolutionary hadeulphattetermns-OceanJi' gumCul.eJ/iy, ALL KINDS OF MILL MACHINERY .

.Hon. J.M. Baker,by a young girl; a work committee lias ordered Gen. Melicotlto ,,. J _. BUILT REPAIRED.: .

of real merit, and one 'decorated' accordinglyby abandon his post as chief of the Supreme THE New York Chamber of Commercehas GE J NEWSDEALER: .

the art committee.On Commission within a week. This may mean appointed a committee: to cooperatewith FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP BOOKSELLER, STATIONER
similar committee of the Boston ,
noticeable object another attempt at assassination. The authorof u
most
the grounds the ,
Board of Trade in framing a new national AND STRICT Pt' CCTr.tUTY is THE RULE. Dealer in
by common consent, was the show of jioul- the last outrage of the kind is described bankrupt law. .I I'aut'rUdell, l

try, some of the finest varieties being exhib- looking more like a stupid fool than a des- .- Orders from a distance will receive careful CENTRE STREET, FERNANDINA FLA. ...

ited by a German residing near Jacksonvilleand IIl'mte"i1l.111.. This: man: ModeUky, said on TIIK printers of Troy, N. Y., have: given and prompt attention. ,

another citizen. his trial, that Gen. Melikoff would be killed notice of a demand for higher wages: after
by 1st. SHOP BAY ST. NEAR THE SHIP YARD,
April : ,
We have replied to inquiries made, except by some of his comrads.LIVERPOOL _. .. Shelf Papers, Picture Frames, Brackets
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to the of the military advices of Mme date give the .VASSAT dcc7-tf Jacksonville Fla.IV. Lamps, Croquet Sets, Hand Glasses Comb/
with regard performances COLLEGE Brushes etc.
in Kt'l'at'
I'allt'terics varietvl
had the of finding of the court of inquiry into the collision .
which we not pleasure II Hit KNIGHT, AUo bowing Machine Needles, Oil, etc
K.
of the Guion Line Steamer Arizona on YOUNG; LADIES .
witnessing, but which are represented by l Clipper Inkstands, 75 cenU.
excited more interest by with an iceberg on the 7th of \ovember.The I AGENT, "
as having \ i
spectators AT FERNANDINA .
AND RETAIL FOR
second WHOLESALE: KENT.
certificates of the captain and
The
of the proceedings. i
far than any part STOCK DEALER I
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Fernandina Guards, Captain Yuloe, were mate are to be suspended for the term of six A Thorough luglili!! Kducutiou.Special J TUrrCHER[) AND AxDDealer SEVERAL NICE ROOMS FOR RFVT '
e CITY MART
months for the reason that the lookout on : corner of Untie -
spoken of as not surpassed in millitary appearance : advantages in PAINTING and DBIW.ixo in Ice. I and Third !Streets j'
and while fault was found with board the steamer was insufficient. Also the second: story above Messrs.
rlI
Mi'bicand FKCNCH.For TENNESSEE BEEF .A.SPECIALTY Sy dell .
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4 these soldier wens specially praisedfor PARIS, March G.-In the Senate debate today Circulars, address I & Bro., corner: Ash and Third Streets
WUART
none, and gentlemanly bearing; upon the education bill, the Minister of i REV. J. H. MYERS.Fernandina BROOM STREET M; DOWNEY

good behavior the > Genets public instruction, who had introduced the : : Fla. 19-tf }FERNANDINA.\. 3--tf In the City )Uft.THE .
the prize was awarded by judges,

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : PBUNANOINA I FLA

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IiRIDA MIRROK.FERXAXDIXA POSTAL CAlllt COmiKSVOXliEXCK. ldssellUl' List IUI'ST1ti.11JI.1'IilE: : II. J. 1IAUKII: A IlltO.. j

Steamer t'ity (!nridgcton: from I'alatkit toSaannali WORKS.R. : : .
:: :: = = :--.7-: --::=-O:::=7-=_-= :'--:- We desire to secure a ,rrli"Ut11/ l refjwnfililtH'CtUy tia; Fernanduia, Murch !Hh.-,1 FOould .

SEMI-VTEEXLY. / Correspondent fur the, MIRROR w owv Mr snot, J I I II) Porter, Jl l 1, Atwater, J PON'D. PROPRIETOR. ''
,. tuu-n and rillaae in the state, and to that end, line 111It'ill" Mr tlalloway, Miss 1 l.ll Douglass } 215 Pearl Nt., Yew York i'
:: ::::=:: =-= =: .
-- liiake/ thefollviciiiff proposition! : 1I]]'e tell!f;1'ieard li W i soutnwicK' J 11 tvipp, Mrs U'lnon,
FLORIDA.WEDNESDAY regularly the addresi nf! such correspondent n I IA'WIS Cuss, M .loniis-on! 11 Atkinson, :S:; ('

cOl'yof the MIRROR during the continuance of( Kelt, and !."> passengers for points beyond. :Shop; situated :3\ minutes'! walk west of Depot, I
MAllCH, 1SSO. the arrangement, and will furnish to him the :TE\.MER 1 l.oR.o.nL'lllllht'rl' llll Houte), MtSl'r.1cTCRF.Rs: or
= jiostal cards used ly him Jar such, )>ur/x>set sending March Oth : N H ateiiield and wilo. U JACKSOXV1LLH' FLORIDA.
SUBSCIUI'TlOX, yq'd PER A.VX'UM the same by mail from time to time to re Mruthers nnd \\ife, 'Inos rune and wife, .
J1 .-. .: .:::=='.:- place such as hare been fonranlcd to and published Da\'id latty and wile, Mrs Uussell, C KMaddoclc \.
We 'by its. The matter to be contained; on and son, and o decic! passengers.March '
have
established
a Business Office at the \UM'F\ni'RER OKIHOX : : n'H
such cards;' must/ be furnished im//y, or as often th: Joun Fels-entiuil, J llaupt, J Fo'nn'Sl" .,
post office, under/ the charge of Mr. H. /. ]loud\ ,
ronsistqt' ; '
required to report current't'rite and T P \\ O Keorner.Marcn&tli .
Campbell,
Jr., u-iio u'lltreceiresudscrijitwns; ailiertisemenisand .\N1) BRASS: CAS11XC.S:; :\, ,
local news concerning weather / : )1,1 I 1ll1l1u rlll:1l1, J }F l Hope
other the and who always !I-
MIRROR suilabletiir
favors
hat the jur on sale.l)8toflicc and general intdli1rllcc'tllch! as is and WHO, J \VyllyK D) .ua.iu, and 3detK. IROX 1.'IWTXII): :; ) FENCES: :
paper publication, as cants icill not be sent to replace March nth : U;: b \> ataon uiul Wile, t. C Draper ) 'h
-. containing matter untuitalle. Parties pro J 11 Uobertson, and! wue. J I K 1lawley, For Dwellings lalllll'l.ll1l'1l'lhIlah' t tlesigns.! OIt.\XCU: TUII: 1\XIIIU:.
Xottce. pus""fIIO accept) this offer tt'illl'lmllc giic at least wile and daughter! CJ Hoioii, (J Jl 1 Ij.son, I'

one reference, that we maifbe able to act understandingly li 0 Cndsiey, Mrs WiiKin.son, Mrs M 1 1', 1 also have the largest assortment of MACHINERY l
Office Hours-Froiti t:00*: ( A. M. to 7:00: p. M. in apjwuting, them as correspondents.Cnllnhan. Matthews and son, and :2! tiecK. : PAlTKiiNS:; in the Mate, and

Money Orders and Registered Letters IrouiS.Oo --- can nil 1111111)' order without l'Ul.tll'lI.a (Under Formula of ( !eo. Forrester..) ,
: A. M. to 1:00: r. 111. ; mill trout 2.00: 1'. M.lu' 'O.1I.Uln(,'I.t I.. lug lor the extra expense ot patterns. .i 1
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to 3JO: 1'. M. Sundays Iruiu 10:30:; ( to 11:30: A.
) Thanks for papers. I am glad to note sevcoal My Machine :Siiop\ is: tuinished with the '
M. and ;3.40 to 4dO .
: :: 1' M.
attractive features added lately. Just 1.'e'unulllUlIf'l ('t. latest improved tools: \\lmli enables my 1
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. workmen to turn out work with the greatest Pronounced by Orange Grower* the very
I I will to collect some CORRECTED: WEEKLY\ W M LAWTEY. 1
AYOl'tllt'r.l1lilArr \'es daily nt 10'iO:;; A. M. items as soon for as can historical try column. No news: Spirits Turpentine.................... 3S (@> 3S1ikOsin despatch and at the lowest 1 rush pi ice.Agent .
Closes :3.00: 1'. M. your : l lu for the 11'A'lhU'i1111 N bTEAMENtUNE ; ( .1
lrllllll.lt.f.1 2.
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Southern, ..1Jail-A11'1\ 3uO: r. M. here ; farmers are nearly through corn plant ., conunoii in market.Ut ; : CO., and can tarnish their ENUlNKS -

Closes 10.00: A. M. ing. There will be a larger acreage in cotton Crude iar 'Uirpenline..............none in marKia. I ; ItOlLERS) : nnd! :SAMILLS: : at the Kent .Manure for the Orange Tree
notice.Also .
&t. Mary's and 1 rat/cr'tlllill Mail- very sliortcst
than known here and much attention Cotton-;bea: Island: in tile seed... lj y i) i
ever ,
.Jl lOX'I'UHH.TEO: : ; STEAM: I
Arnica: inesua 's and Fridays at 25:: () r. M.Cloaca : ::
: Mondays: and Inuisdaya/ at ft.oo: A. M. will he paid to rice. Sro YEK.. rcrnandtna Itctatl Market (UVEKNOKS: anti K \OW LES';:; S1EAM:: : 1 .

r::'f. Mail// K 1,0., only/ March ,'. Pl'MPSkept' constantly hand, and sold
Arrives:: .,i Mondays/ aim hursdays at 8.00: .\. M. fORKECTI.ll: IIJIIR.."(. CLARKK, .Manulacturers'\ : prices, freight added!

Tuesdays and Fridays at ::.'iO 1'. M. .ft'Cher. Dealer in fruits, Vegetables, Harden/ 8t't'd.' ,t(. For further information Price. Lists Catalogues I

Veda sdaysandSat: : days ut 'J.OO: A. M.C'loses Barometer nnd Thermometer averages for VKUbT: .MILES.Potatoes : : etc., address 1' 11. POND,

Tuesdays Fridays and Wednesdays Saturdays: ::; ,nt 2:30: r. M. the last ten days : Thermometer 7 a. in., (JS; : per bushel................fl J I0-jl( ill) 1' O. !Box. _311.u;.___. Jacksonville Fla._ ___ OHHKSTl.ir.S iOJII'M/11: MAFOH ;rlNUItES ,

;,oA.\l'L!'. Jill/DELL, 1'. M. 2 p. in., Hi ; \9 p. in., 70. Barometer :H0.03: Sweet Poiatoes, per busnel....... 7jlJ' MCaoonge \ o. s. Otlla, ,
-..-- -. .-- per inn i idled.1" (slut:0' !! : ) IK.
----- ------ ----- 30.05 30.03 ; generally clear. Unions prrquarl..................... 10 !ll.; w.CtW ,I

LOCAL Itl FLEUT10 ::5. The martins have come, and no bird is !so 1\'.""*, per luHiul..........,... 1 7>>vii!, 2 oxlolllaUics "

_.____, _. __ _'__ .u .__ _, __ ____ ____-.___ generally useful! JH thee little chatterers. pt-nralO... u W\fU O l"Olurnips '

1'lte1lt."o,' Heading Room. l.it illg); entirely upon insects, and inveterate per ijiincu. dy! o EVKRY: ,'.\11 1 CROP, .;

Our muius in tile cut as Well as those and aretvurthy 1 HU'llS.
ciKiiiiex. of hawks they
,} crows, \pl'lt', per bushel.................. 2 (W(& 3 (U
\\huHui.) \isit: I'cniandiiiu iroin anroad life (IfIll the gourds and )boxes that uiia.i.u>, per'' niiiuirod............. J iMvjW! )

toiviiuuy luv'Ucd to \isit our cduoiiai rooms: run lie utilized for nests Jive us in-uv of Cnaii'UA' ,, I'm'1 1. lay' I"' CI/l'" > I I .> IUU l.Ilu.n, Prepared !scientific principles to produce

opposite j the L0uijut, wuei'e till',) will nnd thorn please. Lr1aJ'la' err lltlitdllti. -5 1"'l'.Yt OOUialipOn .
ltd pel' Jlllu.d'Od.............. "> Wit. 4 '1M, FERXAXDIXA, 1'1..1. a largo 'Idll'l'r acre.ALSO
o.i an tilt j'.inji's piioiisiicd in II.Clall':: rV distressing occurrenie luppeneil lJst t r

botuu.-.:s otuoi's, uany ana Wocivly: ,) troll oliier week live miles :southward tlf this pace.1burning j : -kens, .Poti.lKY.Cnic \...((/9 -KLiliCKelm Constantly on bund IiI

pui'id' of tin couiui'y. Out o.tn: unices ale tiee set lire to the residence of Mr.[ nUli-0U\\...... :-O\.l.: !. -O::

cuuVe.ltelllly alr.llI.e,1 ...II..lJU"! ,..C'j.IUILId.HC Peter llau cn, and the entire contents were 1)Ut'tiwU'U1t'tl: per pan........... 1 wy 1 :i':,1 M .:'1'I c, 11IiUI1tI, i' A SlS: DKVLCR.S I ,

OaUK to tile iirsl ol Ja.U..1y! destroyed! I, leaving' 11 r. H. utterly,) itestitute. i'
Death of an old liiot. This is an affair that should awakin substantial I-.KII. :I\\jj' tJ i RIME AWllCUI/lTRAL{ { CHEMICALS:

sympathy the loser is one of our 1'ui'Key.s, earn.................... 1 W1' :2.Ul'll.llKI.S ';., In Ru'etvuoull'aluut'' and other w Puds.I'uderlaltcrs' .
From too New 1 VI h. Ai<.t,!;tl we icarn that
best citizens.: The whole piney woods hone MKAf.- 'I
Cap .1111 &"lIlll.l lloiiniaii [>imteil Known" ootll6.! SULPHATE: AMMONIA( ( '
been afire lately 1 Beef Tennessee I : 1 lO(t4 I1 y
lib sal Sew ioiic \el\ .tud oouuicrn .
joiaij Messrs.! B.iuknight's icehouse i'! nearly H"CI. i''loiKta Sc i U, Masonic and other Eiubleins: Hlarowl.'I,111111 \
waiei's, died suddenly at :his nome in Jersey Glutton lOv-j! lh1'orK : NITRATE !SODA !
completed, and this summer w! hope} to enjoy Robe.s.
Cit> rixtfiitly. During me late war, Captuutliuut.ltul (<>t 1 10Stltnreil'
n new luxury. ('!.ct 1;) EMBALMIXd: [ ( DN) (:.
i commanded Lute cderal transports SUPER! 1MIOSPHATE) : LIME, J jSUhI'iiA'l'1
Manatee to
Col. 1'elot has moved to g'tthe I'LOflt, KhEU: < .::1','.
14trAer8U'erg and Locust J'viu both of tliem
,
care of his: children in his old age nndinfirmity. Bran and.lli.ltllintisper100his. 1 M()(& 110 Bodies exhuinetl for removal. Safety guar

well Known in the :.e1"\'Ice. of late years he Corn, per bushel................. .... a 1 dvFlour anteed. ;: OF POTASH, )

acted pilot' of excursion steamers on the Hon. T. J. Neal and wife l'l'1l1rl1ellllOllle per h.L1'.cl.. ...... ............... 8 M\.y\ l V ou RXERAI.S! : attended to.
mail will receivepruuuupt
waters ol New YorK harbor. His last experience Hay, per lou 7.;>vj i \SW) Orders by or telegraph (
last week well pleased with their visit. .... ...... 4 7o attention.! XITRATE: OF POTASH.
as a pilot was on board the steamer Hominy, per bairel..... ((n!> *
r )[essrs. O\\'tn. Causey and\ Ilendrickson Oats, per oushel. (lj. > K 4L2'f Remember that I am opposed.' to high ) I
Aihland( running betwl'l'new York and have been hero looking alter "cukes" and Ice, per (M 10 oo hunt es. MURIATE: OF POTASH! '

Fcrnandma. He was burn at Cape May, :\. Ice, per 100 ((;rfJ< ";) OFFICE: : IN .\-1I0I1S: t HHYT'H Oi.i STORE,

J., July 21, 1t!2o, were his remains: were taken beans. :! -- .):m'L_ /\ : I-II: !STREET. SULPHATE: MAGNESIA,
of lowland & .\
Jno. Lane, Esq.} 1opinwall's -

for interment.w New York will soon visit his plantation S'I'O..I dON X. MO CltlEF: : IIOUSI:, SULPHATE: OF SODA, I

:. last night long leg-
SUter Alphonsa. near Archer. Wednesday n
of the lot of oaks in black horse" with a long s vecpiugtau B Y MRS. BUFFIXflTOX, Strictly Pure Ground Hone. '
The funeral of sister Aipnonsa, one The council has set out a :
y about live years old, little wmte spot ill
members of the Koiuan Catholic sisterhood, i our streets. Long may they live. J. C. the torchcad, Wet all black, u good pacer t'olt'HI1\.1F: : PINE: AXP FOBSYTII: STRKCTHJiifkNoiivillo -

took place at the Human Catholic Church on March 7._ Any one furnishing intorination ul his: ...
Monday morning last. A grand requiem whereabouts will he liberally rewarded bJAMlti >' "'..e. Our circulars give full particular, and are
TitE House Ways! and Means Committee : Kl lI. mailed tree to applicants.. They will interest
high moss: was celebrated. The attendancewas has practically decided that there shall be It Fcrnandina_. Floriila. TERMS: [ $1.:50 AXD $2.00 PER: { DAY,, you if you are interested In Agriculture -

very large, and the services: iauprci>1'e.. no new legislation in the present: session! of --- -- --- or Orange.. Culture.. ..15-iin(.
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The sermon, by Rev. }Father 0'Bu 'le was Congress on the tarilf. AX oiiii\\\ti: : Acconling to I/ocation of Rooms.rnillS I
'
Till: FLOIIIDArpOWX
deeply aUecting.I AMID: TillFIIIK; OUD1XAXCE;
The music added to the CITY OF FEKNAMUNA: March 5, 180. 1'0 He it ordained That forma anti tt
splendid greatly : WELL-KXOWX: HOUSE!: (: IS CEX1 : I
Proposals: arc invited for the scavenger liner the passage of this ordinance, thatowners IMPROVEMENT: : COMPAXYFeriiandlua
J .solemnity the occasion, the organist beinga trully lot'UIl'tI.i and having been renoutcd -
work of the City of Fernnmlina for twelvemonths of wooden! buildings within the lire ,
\ throughout will be kept as u tirstclasxhouse. : !
of line musical talent from the 1
gentleman commencing April} t, IHM limits be permitted' to repair' their buildings' The Proprietress, having had experience \'I.j
north now a guest at the Egmont Hotel. Also bids for removing night soil for the with shingles and weattier boarding, prou- both North and South will '

The interment of the beloved remains was space of seven months, from April} 1st, 18sO. tied that such repairs do not increase the no pains' : for the comfort of her patrons spare in J 1f'I
Bonds: will be required for faithful performance risk of rirc. i
the house home-like in the
made in the grounds adjoining the beautifulVilla1unga making as any .
of the work. ordinances of ordinances
Ajl : or parts conflicting ,
Turk T. K\'IIII, President. herewith ure repealed. city. .._ .. ._ _. _. 33-tf: Towns oil It. It. Llue,

E. O. }FniEN-n, Clerk. Passed second reading 2//'Ith January, 18SO. H. ItlTZKWOM'KIt, Aud t'edar Key.
I'emonal. .\I'l'ro\'l'tllLllll' adopted February 18, J&so.1 <

1{. E. Earll, United /states: Fish: Commissioner Varoalnfi! Ilaruulna In the City / '1'. K 1'VIJ,
2H-30.1.) President of Council.A.w 1.i 1.
has been spending a day or two at Mart.Grand -.- --- __ J TACKSOXVILLE:, FLA.
clearing out alc for the next thirty
the Egmont. T It Y-tls Oilers 1/etseen and Purchavn
to
days. All the entire goods: now on hand nt ; a large(
Messrs. J. N. Harriman of New York, and
,
au inlntense sacrifice, ('n account of retiring number of the most eligible and desirable
O. Harriman, of Savannah{ are at the Eg- from business.! M. ))oWNKY. Black Silk, |1M) c., warranted all silk.
J.OIl (A 'H Lots, suitable for Business Purport's or fur
mont. Feb. 19) -
1 The best $1.00 silk in the U. 8.
A. F. Moreland and family, Atlanta, Nassau College City or Suburban Residences! ,

are stopping at the Egmont. Re-opened Monday October 19Jth. Pupils, : -FAMOl'SPrepureil ( Summer Silk! at fI)) ('., (JO c. ; best 70 cts.
received ut any time and at the usual rates.
UPON' EASY TERMS.:
1 )lr. James: ..\. Harris, of Orange Luke has To the citizens of Florida this Institution! Flour. Matting at H e. ; fancy at 2-5 c..r .

been spending a few days in tile city, and allbnls facility near home for the
every
1, education of their daughter" .,fp) Blue Flannel! l Suit at $0 to $12. Liberal\ Discounts on Value allowed tu
him. thorough
we have had several pleasant calls from

The celeorated Harris Urove" on the south I Money refunded if not satisfactory. [21-tf f parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial -
Some More : .. _.
shore of Orange Lake,'owned by }lr. Harris: ONLY FIVE: i'KXTS: PER POUXD. enterprises, who will erect on the property -
Of thoss: nice French Broadcloth and ANGEL: A FItIi\D, (
I and Hon. 1'. 1*. Bishop, has made u good Tweed Coats still on hand and will be sold purchased substantial improvement

record tins: bcu.son. Mr. Harris: it is said, out much below cot, by ; CONFECTIONERS: : for residence or in which to conduct their

)has netted :lsUOO from the present crop, o M.t is M. DOWNEY.MAltlXE. (,-tf .AT.!!.I,0.. BU1LDIXU.Mpeiirer 1l.Klm.'iSD ,

a sold it the trees to )Jr. E. Beau font( EGrorerles business.
having; on .
lEIt: NEI' A X.\f .:JI.XT.:
of ban: Mateo, who repacked( the fruit at UN and TobarroM INDUCEMENTS: ; : TO MAXUFACTURERS ( )
Cigars, << << ,
"'U1 O. Tnat portion of the gruva owned ll of I'ernandlna.IIK.H HOIIMC, : by exemption for a term of years from
by Mr. Buiiop, has: done equally as well, ST. MAKY'H, GKOKOU. TOYS AXD FANCY ARTICLES.
about wmn. taxation, offered )by the several cities! ami .
the receipts amounting in cacti case to .
lo.uuo OVULES: mcluuing the grape-Iruit wtiicii Wednesday, March 10... 7:30 A. )t. 7:57 p. M. J. "'. TI10 I'WN. c>f the Kearsarge House, Wedding, Entertainments and Picnics! towns. Apply to
is no w being marketed '1 lie gross receipts Thursday, 11... 8:12": : I.I" White Mountains\ I'roprietor. furnished! at the shortest notice, at rtK'k.Jt-
for cue crop 111 marKet must have/ en over Friday, 12... 8:52": 9:10: Transient rates, J..J.50 IlCr| day. Liberal tom prices, at pHT"Office cor. heads Hi: 7th JIb., Fernandlna.Ir I

$: ,W\J. Saturday, 13.: .. Ul":;$ 0.52: terms made to those desiring !board by the .\NO EL'S: : BAKERY, -tf .
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week. 11 If Centre Street

,, Hotel Arrivals.EGMOXT March 7. Str. St. Johns ENTCBED., Vogel, Charleston. JIETnol'OLITAN---- DINING _23 ___ !Opp._ !.JJ.::.0. Bunding.! =-. o. H. OAKI: ,
HoTEt.-J J Witt, I S S City of Dallas -
5. Sdi. tiirah L. JJat'it, Cottrell, Port c'oun.v: t1RO'I'IIEHS'l'01ULA1 : / 10NTRACTOR AND BUILDER: ,
; H 1 m'H' Y, Savaniian; Jos: A Hams, W. ROOM S,
Pietre I.
a
Lund FV Kice National Hotel
Orangu ,
;
li March U. Brig Belle Star Dakin, Loud.I1.CLE.'REII. the Post Office MVKtTACTl'KEHMOULDINCJS u
Ri'pvuter, 1" Holhngsworth, Cmcago; K U (Opposite ) ( { I

COOK, l'cun.j; 1'uos jenKius, Germantown, March 5. Brig Orbit Nat, Philadelphia. T> II. HOBIRK, !'aQPIU1. OIt. ,;
; : HAWED ASH
Pa ; tl StewartCnarleston:: ; Dr U W shams:: RY f.'OODS; : (STORE;, BRACKETS
Agusta, Ua; K E Karil U S:: Fish Comnnssioner 8. !Ntr. $t. Juki, Vogel I. Lliarlenton. D TURNED; lJALVfnm.'i.EW!:I.'i.

; H iiarnuiu and wife, Rockford, Ills; 8. Sch. titarliyht, Wtbiter, St. Crolx, PUIVATE AND TKAXS1KNT: BOAKDIXO.IkiABO -H AXD 4'J IL\Y STI.fcKT, STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAYF34T'ItUL'UIIS : : -

yVm J \Vtiaiingand wue, Cuicago< ; Jt liar W. I.The. IlEAW\Aui.E.> Xo (ains spared to SHEATHING: It
l X Hamuian havaniiah Saiii'l l lU Florida passed &outh on BUll a heavily WEATHERBOARDIXOAXuFLOOR: : -
riuian, \'j; U ; :: ) suit customers. 17-3m JackM,'11 It', Florida.
swann, H P ifratewell, University of the loaded. J -

Soucu; K Paige t; A I'uld; Mu. >s: Docherty, The David Clark Capt. Ward, left for Savannah "'-1. n. c. DUItYEE, 1XU.
Boston; A F .)Moreiand 141J.111tlanU1, ; on Sunday. Makes

Mr and Mrs II \\' Miiiwdi, ioiiKers' N V ; The fit. Juhiu passed northward on Monday : : CO UUS8IO MEKCIIAXT, OltDEUS: PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.MILS. Stair and Church IVorlcA
Mrs C H John Chas GENERAL -- --
I. Mr and lUruey, Gould --- -
with 1W and a full freight list.
passengers SPECIALTY.DOORS : .
A t bctijtt, Jonn T i'ortcr, > V; Mrs a V Hailoway CESTKE; Sr., SEAR Jl. Jl. DEPOT ANNE C'LAIIKK' ,
The St. Jahnt arrived from
steamer Savan-
i'oukeepsie, N V ; MUs: Lit D", uglaan,
At Brooklyn 1'neo L Cole, at 1.ou\.IIj Wiu Van nah and departed southward on the lamoday.lea"ing AND WINDOW FRAMESOF :
; ; FERXAXDIXA, FLA. rrUURD ST., nET CENTRE ALACIICA,
...': Teiotfu and wile, u W lirenuaii and wife, N a large freight at this point. 1 ALL 8IZEH.Fernandina .

,:r.' Y ; Janus Douguerty and wue, Philadelpnia; The My of Jiridyeton, Capt. Fitzgerald} arrived Hay, Corn, Oat*. FERXAXDIXA' ( FLA., Post Office 1UX 174. '
P; Juan 11 Uuasui: DUel wile Mrs Lousia liars on Sunday from below with a fair Mf Jan Fla.
; U .S Y A V Jtatler X and list ... -- _
; ; jr, .e\'t, ; Albany passenger freight departing lame DKiLER IX TIIEFruItM -
; .' V; Mr t: D Kimball, Salem, Mass: ; Mi*'* E day for Savannah Dr. AKTIIL'K C. FORD, -There will be a regular com.

:), p SuattUkK: lioston: ; Lucian Newnail and Sunday is the big day for steamboat arrivals C'Itolccst<< and Vegelablew, MASOXIC. of Amelia Lodge. No. 47,,
''"- wife, Lynn, Ma>>; Dr Fred H Huiupnreyi and departures( and Major Itftumillat, 1''. 4V A. )1. on Monday evening, February
and wue, N Y; W ooikett: and wile, Saratoga agent for the Urtdgeton and Clark, Mr. C. A. DENTIN COXFECTIOXERIE.S: : ETC.; fill'l. at 71 o'dot.'k >. Transient brethren

: epniigs; \V H Brown and wife, Boston; Xoyes. agent fur the .')*. Juhm and )lr. W. Fourth f't., bet. Centre and Alachua, ire fraternally invite to attend.
J > Moore, Kildare, 1"13.. Alex Prentice and U. Thompson, agent for the ftorvfa, never Uti",, Garden 8w U, Flowers, Farm and W. lo', t SCOTT. W. M,

wife, Rochester, X Y. R G Christy. N Y. hare a chance to tu church 4* tf "KERX4XDIXA( TJ.A. 3anlen Implement Jf J9Nx" A. Wmtxrr, SecretaryI ,





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"I CONDENSED TIME CARD FL01UlJA CENTRAL RAILROAD. I) n. D t1 n It E E' SLIVER

OF THE JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Oct. 5, 1879.

ATLANTIC, GULF & WEST; INDIA TRANSIT On and after this date Trains on this Road PAD
RAILROAD AND KIDNEY
will run as follows :

PENINSULAR RAILROAD, MAIL AND EXPRESS: (DAILY.)

> ( Waldo Bra 1IIlt") Leave Jacksonville...................... 5:30:: r. M.! I I CURES

ANDCUMIII'.IILANI ROUTE. Leave White House! .................... 0:15: p. M. ,, AGUE CATARRH,
Leave Baldwin............................ 7:00: r. M. LIVER COMPLAINT, KIDNEY DISEASE, FEVER AND "

In Kffect February 1st 1SSO. Leave Darby ville.......................... 7:23:: p. M. FEMALE WEAKNESS, NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, ,,)\
Leave Sanderson......................... 8:0!: :( */ r. 1\(. 7
Leave Olustee.............................. 8:43: P. M. SIDEACHE, flILlOUS COMPLAINTS, nUll.all)' Disease
GOING; POCTH.
Leave Mt. Carrie......................... 0:03: J'. M. Blood.
Leave Atlanta, Ga....................... 2.15 r. M. arising! from Disorder! of the Stomach or j
Arrive Lake City.......................... 0:30: r. M.!
Leave Macon, (Li......................... 7.45;; p. M. Leave Live to I
Oak.............. ............ 2:15: A. lit.Arrl'e Price One mail of price. Liberal discount
Leave Brunswick, (in................... 0.13 A. M. Jt Dollar. Sent by on receipt
Tallahassee:< ...................... 7:00: A. M.
Cathartic Pills Arrive Fernandina, ]Fla...............10.13 .t. M. Arrive Albany...........................10:45: A. M. Dealers. /
Leave Fernandina........................10.UO: 1 A. M. Arrive Savannah......................... 9:00: A. M. GI O. HUGHES & imo., Agents, :|,.
Combine the choicest! cathartic principles Arrive Baldwin, Fla.................... 1.23: r. M. Leave Savannah .................. ........ 4:30::: p. M.Ix No. 1 West Bay Street, corner Ocean, ,(.

In medicine, In proportions accurately adjusted Leave Baldwin for Jacksonville.... 1.30! r. M. 'ave Albany ............................. 4:00: p. M.iKave tf JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
to !secure activity, certainty, and Arrive JacKSUnyille \lUIII. Route).. :2.33: 1'. M. Tallahassee ....................... 5:45: p. M.
uniformity of effect. They are the resultof Leave Live Oak.......................... 2:15: A. M. .
years! of careful study and. practical experiment Leave Baldwin. fur Cedar Kel.W I'. M. Leave Lake City .......................:.. :3:50 3: A, M.IxMveMt. .
and are the most effectual remedy ArriveVul k,) ,Junction' 1'. h. H, .. .Ull'. w. Carrie.. ......................... 4:18: A. 51. ARLINGTON NURSERIES.r
yet discovered for diseases caused by iA.-ave 4.20: p. M. Leave
Olustre,1... 4:40 \
derangement of the stomach liver, and .irriveJ.vinesviilc: ........................ 5.17 I'. M. : A. i.
Leave Sanderson.......................... 5:20: A. 51.Leave .
bowels, which require prompt and. effectual ",'a\'C Gainesville........................ 5.2:!! I'. M. :
Darbyville.......................... 5:55 M. --
treatment. Avr.u's 1'iu.s! are speciallyapplicable Arrive CVlar: Key........................ K.30; I'. M. : A.
to this class of diseases.. They Leave Baldwin............................ li:40: A. M.
Trains Jacks and Nuiili oi Bald-
net directly on the digestive and asuimi- ViII o mviue Leave.: White Home..................... 7:05: A. M. TROPICAL and SEMI-TROPICAL FRUIT TREES- ROSES, ))1 cn1 i.
latter and restore regular daily Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50: .t. M.!
processes GOING KOUTH.ijcayc .
]healthy notion. Their extensive mo byphvsM.nm Cedar Key......................... 4.15 A. M. On Mail and Express) Train Sleeping: Cars: uors a lui EVERtiiiEEX smtuiis ami l'L0 1'ERiNG FLAXTS. ;
in their practice, and by all Arrive (Gainesville.. $.4l. A. M. run through to and from .Jacksonville

civilized nations, Is one of the many .cave (Gainesville........................ S.fiO A. M. :Savannah; ; ulso+ Lucas Sleeping Curs run --
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, andperfectly Arrive Wlliliu1'. R. R.: June.,...... !).4-< A. M. through to and from Jacksonville' \ nnd Tal

compounded reliable< )purgative of tho concentrated medicine.Being J'It'e.uldo................................ !9.53 A. M. lahassee.FERNANDINA, NEW AM. CHOICE VARIETIES IIn
virtues! of purely vegetable" substances, I I Arrive Baldwin..........................12.17 r. M. ] EXPRESS, (DAILY.)

they are positively free Irom ralomel or Leave Jacksonville (Cum. Rente):.1l.1li-A--M.! Leave Jaek oll\'ilJe..l : A. M. --

any Injurious\ proper'ies, and can bn ndmln Arrive Baldwin: ...........................12.'JO:; r. M. Arrive Baldwin.........................'..1:!::;(O r. :If.rrvc .
istcred to children with perfect safety.AVER'S .\ : Fern indina....................... 3:10: I'. M. J .i." for Descriptive' Catalogue.. .
Leave JI.Iilwill.-:: ....:.:...:... :....:.12.40 p. M. ALRERT; I. HI)"'ELL.
I. lA'ii\eFcrnandinu.......................1050A.::; M.
TILLS! are an effectual euro for Arrive Fernundina..... ........ ....... ) .
3.10 I' 51 '
Leave Baldwin I ............................ l'o:: I'. M.
Constipation or Cu.4th'CIII'ludl! I'!! M'ave. Fernainlina' ....................... 3.45 I'. M.Leave Itf JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35: p. M.
tion, Iyspcpsli, Loss of Appetite .
Brunswick....................... 8.00 r. M. ----
I Foul Stomach and Itrcath, Ildncss!' i Leave Macon f .............................. 8.40) A. M. Passengers for Fernandina und Cedar ]Key
r Headache, Loss of Memory: Numbness' Arrive Atlanta, Ga...................... 1.15 r. M. take t this train. Xo train from Baldwin toCed.ir
lillloiiMicss .Jaundice Itlioimmtlsin S .It N BOlt N & HOYT
Trains to Cedar. Key and South of Baldwin Key on Sunday. "
Krnptlons and Skin Diseases
Dropsy. daily except I"Ululny.l'EXIXitTLAn CONNECTIONS.: Baldwin with A., (I. it
Tumors Worms, Neuralgia Colic
Ij 1 : RAILROAD W. I. T. R. IL, for Cedar Key, Gainesvilleand SECOND STREET, NEAR CENTRE.
:.1 Hrlpesz.DllrrlH* a, Dysentery, Gout ,
"I files! Disorders! of tho Liver, and all ( II'nll Jlrancl,.) FefllnnclinalInl1 nil points North and .
other diseases: resulting from a disordered West! ; nt Lake City for Tallahassee:< Albany, WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL
( state of tho digestive apparatus. UOIXU SOUTH. Savannah, and all points North und West ;
Leave Waldo Junction................ (5.00A.M. at Jacksonvillj! with St. Johns River Steamers GROCERS S II I. C II A X 1) L i.: It S ,
As a Dinner Till they have no equal. Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.40A.M. j. s. MCELROY: ,
J t While gentle in their action, these PILLS Arrive Lochloosa......................... 8.10 A. M. V.. M. ]lUvirsox) :- Master Tramisp'n. AND DE.\q'R.o! IN

.S are the most thorough and searching cathartic KING NORTH. Superintendent.MALLORY'S' .
: that can bo employed, and never give Leave Lochloosa..............;..........10.00( A. M. ---- ------------------------- I 111.\,1| | CORN, | I IO.\TS,1 I | lIRIC'It,'| | LIME..1 I I AC.: I

I pain unless tho bowels! are inflamed: and Leave Hawthorne[ ........................10.15 I ) 5t.Arrh ; .
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then their influence is healing They stimulate elValdo.Innetiun' ................12.15.: M. ___
the appetite and digestive j organs: ; they Trainsfrom: Wnldoto Lochloosa and return "T1LORIDA STEAMSHIP: : LINE.
operate to purify and enrich tho blood. and Tuesday, Thursday: and Saturday. A LARGE STOCK OF FURNITURE ALWAYS: OX HAND.
impart renewed health and vigor to the

whplo system.Prepared CONNECTIONS. 2-10-1y!

AT I,.\XT A. Only Direct Line to New York. ;
by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Clove connection is made: ut Atlanta Ga.. I

Practical and Analytical Chemists, to and from all !points: North, East, West and f Winter Season 1879 und 1880. CHARLENTOX, SAVANNAH
Northwest: daily ANY)) FLORIDA:

Lowell, Mass. AT MAIIJX, (I.\., e GEORGIA AND FLORIDA STEAM: PACKET( (''mlJ'Y..

SOLD BT ALL DJ1UOQ13T8. EVERYWHERE.: .. With Trains for Eufaula, Columbus: (:ia., TXLAXD KTEAMROATCOMI"Y. ;
-- -- : : :SCHEDULE.:
Montgomery Mobile and New Orleans.AT jVIsT1:1i
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LLE:, PEXSACOLA: AND f
'TACKSONVI : RAILROAD.MAXJIU : ] .'lm ,\SINA, .'1.\., THE FIXE HTEAMERS: ." TIME SCHEDULE, The new Iron I'alat'cII'allll'r:

I f :: Tn\:-isl'olrr.Tlox'l'III'I'() :, I With New York nnd Fernandina Steamship Taking Effect Tuesday, December, 1879. ST. JOIIXS
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" TAM.\II\SSKIC! ; I-'LA., February :3, 18M/ ). )J Line from New York on Wednesday WESTERN TEXAS,
10.30;; a. in., nnd for New York on Friday, at
On and after Monday, February 2, .1880( No SEASICKNESS OCEAN DANGERS
1 No
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\ .5.40 p. in.; from Nassau: N. P. on Wednesday CITY OF AUSTIN
trains of this mail will fol- ,
( l'r run as ,
Wednesday.
Lows ; fur Nassau! N. P., on 14
I '. viz : I With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat CITY OF) DALLAS.
j PASSENGER) TnAI -K\HT: BOUND.) i Jo.from Savannah on Tuesday\Vyhmes-

Leave Chattahoochcc..daily ut.... :2 00) I'. :M. day, Friday nnd Sunday; for Savannah:\ on STEAMER OF THIS LINE WILL ,. .
Leave Juiucy( ..............,..... ...... 3 :22:! i'. M. Tuesday! riday und Sunday. A leave FERXANIMNA:- EVERY THURSDAY L
Tallahassee.............. ...... (n UK
Leave ) I'. :M. With Charleston Steamers (St. John't" and for NEW YORK and from NEW: YORK, CAPT. LEO VOGEL l
Leave Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 I'. :M. City Point) from Savannah and Charleston! Pier 20 East. River, ;EVERY FRIDAY for Will leave Fernandina for Jacksonville, Pa
Leave Jreenville.............. ...... 8 3S I'. M. Wednesday und! Sunday! ; for Savannah: and Florida. at'3 m. --- "';: latka and intermediate landings on St. Johns
Leave: Madison.................. ...... I 1)) 20( p. M. Charleston! Monday und Friday. This Line p.)having no transfers to make THE STEAMERS River, and Savannah and Charleston as follows
Leave Live Oak................ ...... 2 15 A. M. With Htcamerlurt& daily to and, from St. between Jacksonville;: and Ne.w York, oilers.he "CITY OF BR1DGETON :
Arrive Savannah............... ...... \II00 A. lIf.I Mury's, Ga., and semi-weekly: to and from : best and cheapest transportation! to Florida Capt. JOltS FITZGERALD, From Fernandina for Jacksonville and
I Arrive Tliotnasville ........... ...... , Arrive .....1025 A. lIf.i "DAVID CLARK" "
will receive in hand 10 0:30
BALDWIN, FLA., Oranges special care : A.)1.
i i Arrive Lake'ity............... ...... :335 A. M. ling. Captain WARD, 17, 10 A. !M. .
; / ........... ...... (6245 i A. 5I. With Trains for Live Oak,Tallahassee,and After having undergone extensive! repairs, 24, 4 A. !M.
\ ArrivZJacksonville ........... ...... 750A.M. all points! Middle and West Florida.AT PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS ARE are now in FIRST-CLASS ORDER in every From Fernandina for Savannah and Char ,

I Arrive Fernnndina........... ...... :3-10 P.M. LOCHLOOSA, FLA., FIRSTCLASS.The department, and will perform the leston Friday March 5, 4:30: p. M.
i Arrive Gainesville ............ II...... 5 01 I'. M With Steamer Alpha for nil points and traveling public are offered the ad- Monday, 8, 8 A. M.
. Arrive Cedar Key .............. ...... \I!l :30; 1'. M :landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular ,-nntages of a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT ONLY INSIDE ROUTE SERVICE Friday, 12, 10:30: A. M.
I PASSEXGER 'fH.IWO) :;T JIOUXI). Railroad Train.AT ANY CHANGES. Connections: made at between Savannah and Florida, connectingat Monday, 115, 12:30: p. M.

Leave Jacksonville .....daily at..... :5 :'M p..!M. GAINESVILLE, FLA., Jacksonville with nil steamboats for all Savannah with the first-class Steamshipsof Friday, 1W., 3 p. :M. ..',
:. Leave Fcrnundinn ............ .11 ......10 'M A. M mints on the St. John's, Ocklnwalm and the Ocean Steamship Co. for New York, IonllllIf' 22, 7 P. M. ,-
Leave Gainesville......... ..... ". ....:. 002 A. M With Stage: Line for Ol'lllmHI Tampa on Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Raiload also with Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston Friday, If 'H. 9:30: A. M. ,
Leave Cedar Key .............. ...... 4 :ISO A. !MLeaue londuy, Wednesday! und Saturday; from ut Fernundina for all railroad stations.n Steamers. Monday( ::!J, 12 )1.
Baldwin .:....;........... ...... 7 00 r. M Jcala and Tampa Tuesday. Friday and Sun- Florida. GOING; : SOUTH. Close connection made with steamers for )

: Leave Lake City ............... ...... 040 P. M. lay. David Clark Mellonville and Enterprise, also with steam S
< '. Leave Savannah ............... ...... 4 :'M 1'. !M AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATES Leave Savannah..Monday Aftcrnoon.Thurs- ers for Ocklawaha River; also at Savannah
;- Leave Live Oak................. ...... 2 15 A. M. With Tampa Co.'s Line fat LOWER THAN BY INDIRECT LINES. day Afternoon. with steamers for New York, Philadelphia, .
Leave Madison ................. ...... ::1 51 A. M. fain pa and Manatee Monluy and Thursday Arrive Fernandina..Tuesday Evening, Friday and Baltimore, and at Charleston with steamers
I Leave (Greenville.............. ...... 4 :31) A. M it 4 p. III., und for Key West Sunday and Through Rates and Bills of Ladingto Evening. for New York Boston! Philadelphia Baltimore -
Leave Monticello .............. ...... 500: ( A. al! Thursday, ut 0 i>. m. all points. City of Bridgeton with Northeastern and South Carlo-
/ I Arrive Tallahassee........... ...... 7 00 A. M With the United! States and Havana Fast rStcaiiiers of this: Line sail direct from Leavei avannah..TuesdayAfternoonSatur- lira Railroads for routes: North, East and
1/ Leave Tullahasse! .............. ...... 830A.M.: .iluil Steamer Admiral for Key West,Havana FERNANDINA to NASSAU!:; N. 1'., under day Afternoon. West.
Leave Quincy ....... ".......10 OS A. III.I I. 'Juba, on arrival of Special Train, every Tuesuy contract with the Bahamas Government, Arrive Fernandina.....Wednesday Morning, FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER
i I;: Arrive Cilattahouchee........ .' ......11 :30 A. M.CONVECTION'S. afternoon at 4.30: p. m. From Havana( tad are the only steamers that land at thelier Sunday Morning. ACCOMMODATIONS
I' i Cuba, und Key West every Saturday. Special in Nassau.R.! Arrive Ja'ksonyille..WeJnesdav Noon.
, train to connect. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, A:ri ve l'ulatka..W'ednesday Evening Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
I At Live Oak daily with the l4avanllah.I With Steamer Enttrnr'ue, for points on the Fernandina.C and all information furnished at office cor- "
Florida and to and from GOING WORTH.City
Western
I Railway juwannee River, on Thursdays at 0 u. in. : MALLORY & CO., ner Centre und Second streets

Savannah Western. Cities., anti all Northern, Eastern ami For information respecting routes, rates, -Pier :'O East_River, New_ York. 2-tf- of Bridgeton-' Afternoon. 20-ly .__C. A. NOYES.: '1,
l.alatka..Thursdav
to Leave
.1 At Lake City daily with the Florida Central etc., apply A. O. MAcDONELL; ST. ". UY'S RIVER PACKET. Leave Jackllt1nville..Tlnirsdav FLORIDA AND IIAVAXA '<4
Railroad and from St. Friday
' to Jacksonville 3.30 .
and Puss. Leave Fernandina..Sunday ,
Gen'l Ticket Agent. p.m. '
i : and Landings "5 \TTEEKLY) FAST MAIL SERVICE.
Augustine, } Palatka Enterprise, JRMAXWELL, Gen'lSupt. 212ARRETT Arrive Savannah..Monday Morning, Saturday
S on the St. Johns River.s Morning. ;
At Baldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf ..
( .V RARXEM Darid Clark-
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anti West: India Transit! Railway to and from ': (- Leave Fernandina.....Tuesday Evening Friday -
Fernandina Gainesville Cedar Ketllld -
Evening. r
with steamers. fur Tampa, Key1'est nndHavana. HAIWW\m 1"m STEAMER FLORA, ArriVe Savannah..Wednesday: Saturday

At Chattahooe'iee three times weekly with DOORS) SASH; BLINDS CAIT. Jonx:- RICH \RPSOX:- NOVE.-On both trips Night.; South and North,

the People's Line uud Contra! Line Boats to the David Clark will call at all way landings.All .
and from Columbus Eufaula: !Fort (GLint! :+, I'aiiilN, and Lubricating Oils. WILL RUN OX THE MARY'S RIVer trips terminating and starting from Performed by the new and elegantly) ai>-
',' Apalachicola, and utter River landings. during the season. as follows : Fernandina connect with Transit Railroad poiuted steamship ADMIRAL: (sfdewheel),
. fLo*Elegant: Sleeping nnd Parlor Coaches, RED C SAFETY OIL A SPECIALTY.SPKCUL Leave Sr. :MARY'S 1 EVERY: : MONDAY and 1 Express: Train to and from Jacksonville, and according to the following schedule:
"oudrutf und 1 Lucas J'ltl'ntruu daily' between niUllSDAY) MORNING at II J o'clock forFfcKNANWXA there with Steamers to and from landings Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday' morning.
J Tallahassee und Jacksonville. ; and will !leave FERXAXDIX\ on the St. Johns, also to amid from Gainesville (Passengers from Savannah leave by steamer
;Quick time, !sure ('onlll'ttllIlI.l'rfl'd same days ut S n. m., for CAMP: PIXCKXEY "'aId,), Cellar Key, etc. Tickets are City of Bridgeton on Saturday 4 p. nI. Leave
safety. .EDGAR: YL1KT : AGENTS Fun and nil intermediate landings on tho river. sold through to und from all the above Fernandina or Jacksonville by Transit Railroad -

20-tf) Master. Trafl p"rttltion. Returning F.VERY: TUESDAY] amid FRIDAY points, and when Steamer City of Bridgeton train Monday morning), Arrive at
.-! MARVIN'S SAFES, will arrive at ST. Musy's at :5 p. m., runs through between Savannah and Palat Key West Wednesday morning. Arrive ut
STREETY .v KROTIIER, touching at FERXVXPIXI.:- ka, passengers also have the choice of going Havana Wednesday afternoon.
MARVIN'S ALARM MONEY: DRAWER, On WEDNESDAYS: ): :; and SATURDAYS: brail between Fernandina and Jackson. Returning I..cavcrKe leave Havana Thursday even
(Price $1.5>.) will\ leave ST. MARY'S at 8:30: a. in., and can \\ ing. )' West )Friday morning. Arrive -
ERNANDINA, FLORIDA, be chartered fur excursions toDuugeucss IIFor State-Rooms, Tickets and all other Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at
J WOODEN JACKET SHIPPING CAN. particulars, apply to the following Agents Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit
; Railroad Saturday evening; and at Savannah

Mtxt'FACfURERSANDDIiALEit91: ? -. and other points of interest in the vicinity and Savannah Offices;, Ga.-Cor. Dull and Bryan St3., by steamer City of Bridgeton Monday morn.
[STOVES: TIN\WAItE.j\ r-] of )Fernundina. opposite Pulaski and Screven house lug), thus forming the shortest iiossible: sea
j + Fernandina. 'la.-At the Egmont; Hotel route between the United! States and Cuba. 1

StoveN, Hentern and Ranges, tt7"> Tin Hoofing and Guttering by skilled Through; DUN, of Ladingby and to Capt. Jno. L.. Roumillat, Agent. PASSAGE PATES nrCabia

... .- workmen, at low rates, MALI/WY'S LINE of Steamers to all Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Store Bay A.and C. Lan-Pine Leur.wn.&wannah .
Sts., Dr. L'Engle's Drug : ; to 1I11\.ana.$3 00 $-1M 50
1'1SP SHEET: : IRON WARE, GO WEST BAY STREET, points on the St.:\ Mary's.Close phere, Ticket .Agent; A. L. Hungerford, Fernandina to Havana..... 20 00 38 00

\jent. Jacksonville to Havana..? :2000? 3,5O
JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. Connectionmade St. Augustine Fla.-On the Bay, R. F. For staterooms and tickets apply to LEVE;
ROOFING AND GUTTERING.just : i with the New York and Savannah Armstrong. Agent. & ALDEN'S Tourist Offices.
.' \ Sign of the Golden Stove. ::-t(._ Steamers Mark all goods Care of Steamer Palatka :Fla.-Ulientbal Brothers & Co., Savannah, Ga.-Comer Bull and Bryan
Flora, Fernandina." Agents. streets II. A, CALLAN, Agent.
MfGIl'FIX GUSTAVE LEVE. Tr'emanllina-o4"mont hotel
JAMES A. L. MEL
: received-a large consignment of GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAStuengers. General ra.18t'njergE'nt.! LON, Agent.
CONTRACTOR AND B UI L D E R. Excursionists: and Tourists will W. F. BARRY Jackson ville--Corner Bay and line streets.

Stoves. The "COOK'S JEWEL": is appro. find'this: very attractivetrlp, as the scenery General Agent Savannah.J. A. C. LAM'HhRh, Agent
Alachua Street, between Second and Third, U: grand and alligators and other game are N. JIARRIMAN, St. Augu!t11" -011 the Ila>'. B- F. ARM
priately named-it is a jewel.) We will not abundant. 11 Manager STRONG! Agent 2O-tl
t-f FERNANDtNA, FLABOrders For further information apply to
be undersold. and estimates: from a distance carefully JOHN RICHARDSON, JOB PRINTING, in every style and at SUBSCRIBE TO TUE MIRROR. $2 PER
OPPOSITE P. O, attended to. ;::51f 25-tf Fernandina, Fla. lowest rate, at the MIBEOK office. ; (1 for jix month
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