Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00051
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00051
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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Rl'IXS OP TIUK.I the tfnn atirtVfvwis' indebted for the list, in GKxmi.iL ixrr.t.r.wi\ci: : :, the world that they will :so continue ;" ale .i .v iMMixsr. ixit usrn r;

Oraml and gloomy are the ruins, an accompanying letter, !suggests} that doubtless TilE Louisiana Democratic' Comentioii is 1\\,,'t 11I'1'!! the "transparent: : humbuggcry of The following/ description! of one of the

That the hand of time ha: made ; most! of the homcstciwl settlers will prefer to be held April 12th.: military interference, police Increase i and I largest!' c'stablisluncnlsof:' its kind in the :State;

Standing ever grim reminder to repurchase these lands from thc State. Inflammatory circulars: ," and thl'l'at"1Ihllt\ !Drew: Hucki's saw mills at F.llaUIlc: I is
That all earthly things must fade. rather than wait to be ousted: by !subsequent 1'11&cw York Jl./1I1tl'.lri-la: n-lieffund 'Mho people; : will wait their constitutional: \, taken from the correspondence of the l-'lnrtila

purchasers. n aggregated Thursday last $-71Ml.77.A ( : 11.1.01'. jMd; nmcat" etc., l'h"lIl1f which Crffeenf, published at l>rook!'\'ille :

But our Maker so hath willed it, TmiEJrndisunhecordcrsays: ( : Large quantities XEORO near Cairo i Ill., murdered 1 his, menu. only that I Pie hoodlums. o\cr-n\\ed Thl'rl'I\1'l1( two large buildings containing

In the bounty of his: love ; of peach, pear, apple and fig trees arc wife, a white woman on the !shim ill!>t., and by the or.il/.atlon( : of'igi1alll'l' committeesby : the \arious machinery of (bo mill, !also!' an\

That those: things:! that here are mortal, being !set out. Grape and strawberry culture then commit i tt ted 1 II kit II'. I tho vo.spi.vt.thlo, ; d.io: :and \by tlll'I'nl\-\ additional brick building which contains fi\o

Bloom forever bright above i is also: attracting a good deal of atten (IT is rumored (hat: the 'enato will not confirm (centration\! : V.-'. troops': in the ncighhor- large hollers' !in one room, the larger engine,

:Still; we weep with heartfdt sorrow, tion. It is now settled e'onl1l110ubt that Green as collector at St. Mary's( : because: : hno I. himriven, : up their lni'nm: ; of raising! (there are two engines: ) another roomand)

As on the face of her once gay, ns fine oranges can he raised in Middle Florida he docs not reside in Georgia.A a row :aitil cleaiiiiif.: omit the Heathon\ Chinw. t the otllco in another; between the larger engine -
and the : -OI'C'II11tlll""r: i is
\\'l' see wrinkles fast appearingThe as in the eastern or southern portion of FIRE destroyed (be immense establishment : what 1 shall term lurtlu'\ understanding

golden tresses turning gray the State, and our citizens are now plantingseed Auerbacli, Finch, Culbertson: A: ('0., TIm'il'linia) :Senate on J'ucsday: adopted ; of some of your readers, the water en
m !setting out trees and graftingsour a )pri'amM.1: : lilt<1 re:* ilutions relative! to (he gine. This little :steam \power !supplies: the
St. Paul, )lilll\ on the 7th ; loss: : :jO::so.+ , thou boilers
Dust dust ?
art to returneth
with water and in of tiro )is
stumps with a will. It' the interest increases rece.it decision of the rnitod :StittsSupreulel'ourt : :: case: ( capable
Kvon: haughty man must die : : CORXHLL: : of New York, has of !amp\ \ilyiug a quantity of hose: with
in comparison with what it has: this in the case nl'.I, D. Coles, County strong currents in direction desired )For
tbosewords) Savior been constrained to withdraw the nomination any
Satl : our spcaketh
!seaSOn! we can safely predict that in a few Judge' ; of tluil :sititiindicted in the Tinted 11I1I1dllIft'llIll.: !saw-dust ,alone is: wI'el, und!
Sad. yet truer than the !sky.Ven years ;Madison( will abound in line or- of Smyth for insurance superintendent\ Statc:: Court vJudge/ ; Rives) for t failing; to put this i is: brought; (to the hoiIl'r(111111 )by shut t''',

'\,\ ) we hear the bell soft, ringing, chardsineyanls, efc. Let the good woik TIIKRR: : are 213,157: spindles operation\ in negroes on juries The preamble/ / \ rnitcs.in: ilour which the converge center of to one the mom main in slime front, and of tails tinboilers. -

.oiling forth a mournful chime ; /go on." Georgia, <> ),(lIIO of which are in Columbus, ell'cct, that the decision threatens theery The larger engine i is, 1 bdievo) ,

Then we know that in the coffin nEEXTLIuite an odd and somewhat remarkable and 44,000 in the Kagle and Pluvniv i tills( : or existence: : of !otah't"n'1'111It'ntl/ : as distinct: about two hundred! and l' ghthll1'ill': \power.The .

Lies: m i. rum made by time. occurrence' took place w ilii a party that city sovereignties: : places tho judiciary of tin- driving wheel upon this: engine is sixteen
L. L. )[. A HILL to abolish the taritl' on materials feet in diameter, and three feet face ;
4 : states! under the
of ladies: and entll'n,11\ who were spendingthe ) completely control of the stroke of engine about the feet : diameter of
SI'ATE XIWS.: day Wakulla Spring, u favorite plea used in making paper (and printing ink!' ,ami \'nift'dllft':: : ,;, and<1, if follo\\fd to its logical cylindcrabuut ( hirly inches.\ The !smaller

sure resort, !'itll3tl'11allout fifteen miles soul 1i- on paper) has been introduced in Congressby : result.--: will enable, the United\ States: Congress \- engine about: hllir the \power of theJarger" ;{
11((1'. of Louisiana.THE one, but is: powerful engine. The :,
King : acry \
west! from the city. The party had taken a : to coerce the Mate judiciary as wl'llllC; '
TilE Jacksonville water-works are ap terms larger and smaller are comparative) :,
proaching completion. boat and floated out over the wonderful "I.t0l11'irginht bill "for f the reduction the state executive and legislative: departments only, for these: are doubtless: : the finest sawmill : "

spring to admire its beauties and grandeur of the( state debt," is to submitted: to i in\ all matters, t thus destroying I every engines in the :South; ; really I dn, not

TilE Putnam county orange crop of 1870 gazing down into its Vast cavernous depths) the people) November ; the attempt) (pass) vestige; of state :sovereignty\ most: alarming know if they are surpassed: in the United" )
worth States.: These (engines are supplied from the
was: 5,401,838 $32,500.MR.
where the pure white limestone! walls\: dill's, it over the veto having failed. doctrine to all who value the blessings\ : same set of boilers with steam, ultliough the

HAYES has again} nominated Hick to jutting crags and snowy spars, are wrapped THE first" passenger: train over the Cincinnati of liberty, for (ho :security of which the United smaller engine i is more than forty feet from

be Census Supervisor for Florida. in the brightest! of prismatic hues. Suddenly Southern Railroad was to) have left Cincinnati I :States Constitution\: itself.vas established the boilers. The main mill building containing -

)In. HENRY M. DYKFS, of Wukulla county, one of the ladies exclaimed Oh I I have on Monday( morning. The time will and ordained. The resolutions: urge Virgi them, about the !saws:two nod hundred mat'hinery left for long running and"\

was killed by a runaway team a few days! dropped my ring!I" and, sure enough, it had be twelve hours between Cincinnati and nia's senators: and representatives in Congress forty feet wide. The machinery of this

s-ince. blipped from her finger while she was playing Chattanooga. to procure a l'I'l'l'ulllf all laws of Con building i is operated by the largo engine.There .

As old Democrat the in the water, and there it went, before) gresshicli: tend to the exercise of powers: ) arc in I this building t two large circular
to Sun
writing Tin: Irish! societies, of New York have decided saws, designated!! \o. 1 and2 1 furs lumrcing\
tntd ['ff"l, "nominates" General Edward the eyes of the whole party, circling and : not to have u costly parade on :St.; I not delegated to the United :States!' by the the logs: und putting the lumber' in lime desired :

Hopkins: .'or Governor. flashing: us it descended into the translucent' Patrick's Day, but to devote the money usually constitution, nor prohibited by it to the sliupo l for the other IIIIW Thcro aro J
depths. All at once, when it had attained a !states, ailt'agn'citllyofthatactminder: which two other large circulars beyond those, designated : -
GOVERNOR DREW bus returned from Washington appropriated to such occasions the
1 : :
in like (
a manner '/\Ih'lllIlttlI l (
depth of about eighty-five feet, and while all the decision mentionedMI.S\ : rendered ; mindrequest : ( / saws: ,
city where he has been attending to relief ol'their .suffering countrymen. but mire more properly cutoil'saws, for theyaroused
were intently watching its dl'lCl'nt,11! trout the governor to communicate copiesof
the interests of the State in the matter of the THE German bark :1(. /'. Xonlmaii/ )from logUe II1irclllcIIgth. Still further
darted from the shadow of the submerged (ho resolution: the ghveruors.t'time several on in the building are two !'l't4l1f! gang saws: ,
Indian war claims cliff and :swallowed it in a twinkling. The Galveston to Aberdeen, is reported I to have states with u view to having: ; the legislatures : one a circular\ and the other an upright.

THE Orange County Reporter is publishingin fish: then floated slowly back into its lurking sunk on the 20th tilt in latitude .JllO:: ), longitude tlll'rl'oftnk similar action, These gang saws: finish the sawing\ process, or
rather reduce the lumber to the smallest
weekly installments, a interesting 30:10.: The crew were taken oil' by
very place. The lady was inconsolable over her THE U, S. Supreme Court decided, on Monday sizes' desired, and that too in the shortest'
account of u trip to Okeechobee Lake, down the ship Id loss: for the circlet was a heavy gold one that: the Federal Klcetlon( Laws" wereconstitutional time! imaginable. 'I'hesesntvs' together \produce -

the Ki.ssimmee: : river. which, rumors says: !had been placed upon A HILL appropriating) $>0,000) for the encouragement \ ; that circuit saints have jurisdiction Ollllllll\'l'ruge (iO.OOO feet of lumber a
and with lot
day, a good of stocks and
TilE first! section of track on the South her of the manufacture of !
pretty fore-linger by-but never mind sugar: r of indictments thereunder ; that prompt co-operation of the hands, upward
Florida Railroad: will soon be ready for the or, well\-nfrifitil I It was considered gone from corn-stalks! has been introduced \ill\ Con Congress has supervisory }power over regulations of 7">,000) foot could be turned out The other '

cars, several of which, together with the locomotive for good and always, but n young gentleman gress.: Why not introduce a bill to encouragethe ; \ made by a state for the management of large building contains! the 1)11111 lag\ machines ;

have already arrived.A of an ingenious turn of mind, who making of whistles out. of pigs' tails ? congressional: elections, and may add to, for the; ornamental manufacture wood of brackets work machinery, cornices ,:'I

LARGE,number of passengers left Jacksonville happened to make one of the party, bethought SAM: FRNCISCO i is excited over the mysterious : alter or notify the same ; that Congress: may pickets, moulding, etc, machine shop, unit

on Monday, underlie char::'" of him of uu cxprilient which be oonsiilercJ : movements of the military thereabouts : impose\ : new duties 111'01tltutc olllcers of shop for construction repairing all\ man I

. j Mr. Walter G, Coleman, the agent, to take worth) tryi K- "V'yI lio, ,..4 1,1.i TI.O "hoodlumeuegirmti'ig, theydon't elections, prnutitu' ( lor hrcndi\ lit'"nli.'II.. find .ulll narnt'rnntt' .rinl' ""cessary for operating the
)! riiPFM nrn also<< ''onnccit.ti ..h1. H.. .
the steamer Admiral for Havana. troutship seems fond of the precious metal, run that city now as: much as they provide for the presence: of additional officials mill a shingle;. manufactory, lath manufactory

)In. DAVIDSON the Florida Central R. let's offer him some more ; perhaps he will did. Fifteen hundred troops !have been ordered :! to prevent frauds and ensure the fair blacksmith shop and a large grist mull!, :-

prove as: avaricious when it i is in sight); as to concentrate there. conduct of elections that this authority The planing machines arc capable of dressing .
R. declares and ;
war on "scalpers" scalped eighteen or twenty thousand feet of
most men doVitli this he borrowed a Tuorp 1"lXTn.l.; claims the best record. Congress I is and "supersedes' all
i tickets, and has published notice warningthe paramount lumber a day, and the lumber thoroughly: ; ,
traveling public not to buy unused I por- ring from another of the ladies present: and It bus but one prisoner ill the county jail ; inconsistent "state, regulations:!; that/ there I is dressed\, coming from the machines smoother I,

tions of contract or limited" ticket tied it securely to a hook at the end of along only one piece of property is levied on for. 'nothing;; in the: relation of state and national and 1 far more uniform than It could he done

hand line, which he then began lowering taxes: ; the county i is out of debt and bo- sovereignties; to preclude the! co-operation of! by band.obtained The logs for from supplying, (he mill t.
are lands
while owned
(GE E.A.1'ERRYofPensacola! engaged mainly : by
into the water, which is clear as crystal. sides for $:IlWJ4)) within such officials: with state olllcc'rs that Congress he firm .
in time trial of a case in court on Friday having paid a bridge ; ( adjacent to Withlucoochee! (up
The line was l let out between eighty and the. past twelve months, has: over :>1IW'I.ill, ) has power to vest In the circuit courtstho )\Vithliicooehee), Alupuha, and Muwiineorivers.
last, was:! taken suddenly ill, and warGmrrietl ninety feet, at which depth the hook with its treasury.DE : appointment of supervisors (elections\ ; : They have ul constructed railroad!
to his home in unconscious' con running in direction
commanding -
the it the shadow of thechill'
ring on hung;; near that the national has
dition. He was soon restored, howen'rll1\C1 Lnssni'safter: further explaining to the government a right to the fine timber on lands owned by

is rapidly recovering his .,trell?tll, from which the fish had emerged. It Intcr-oceauic Canal Committee, on Tuesday! use physical! force In any part of the United them in that direction The firm owns l f' I
had been dangling there but a moment or the States( ; to compel: obedience toils laws, und about 00,000 acres of land, most of which lies p
of the Panama and telegraphing
TilE new facers of the Orange; County two when a trout was seen to swim slowly/ advantages route, marshals be I adjacent to the rivers before named. The
Association M. Markham President to his son in Paristhat )1 r. Hayes' deputy can/ constitutionally cmployed (Inn has a largo lumber yard In New York
Fair o.
: are : from the shadow. When almost within
message assured: l the :safety uf the canal, has tt' keep the )peace at the [Mills: and city, which i is kept) supplied' (from the mill. l
; G. W. Wylly and 7.. II. Mason[ \i('3- reach of it, the IIKIII made motion
young;; ; .
fIll'all; th it tile supervisory powers: of Congress! in- They were lillihg;; ut the time I visited tint
departed : J.'ralll'i iseo. I"a: 1,10 read
Presidents ; II. I L. DeForcst, Treasurer ; J. E. as if to withdraw it ; but as quick thought Capt.! ; dud that of compelling "state, officers to mill, ((17th of January) an order of about two
D. 1 before the committee a description: of his million feet for an hotel now being erected
Ingruham, Secretary ; 1Vuy, Correspondent the trout struck at it and was securely such state laws the election
proposed and the committee I- obey concerning at Kockuway beach the of New
railway, near city
Secretary.THE hooked He then
'.1 began rapidly drawingthe journed without action. of representatives' to Congress!' Congress York, unit !bad received\ be filled', an order s
Flirldinn is furnished! h:.' Mr. A. Hopkins )!- line in, and the trout was soon brought may have left unchanged.' The opinion of for about one million feet\ of railroad cross-

: with an account of a colored centenarian / to the surface and deposited: inside the boat, THERE seems to be desire on the part of the court was delivered by Mr. Justice: Brad tics for a railroad in llnuil, un order for
dead been drowned Congess: to let the session 'a.'t without action about one million feet of car: lumber for the
Uncle Ace, who lives nearhloyd's quite having;; by being Il'yl\lItl Mr. Justice Field delivered a dissenting : )'hillldl'll'hllll111tHellelillJ\ 1':1111'01111Iccsr:
( -
( :!
Station on the Jacksonville: Pensaeola: and drawn so rapidly from so great a depth. The on the case! of (lea Fitz-Jobn Porter, opinion, in which Mr. Justice Clifford Allison .t Co., Philadelphia! ), und also!! an {

Mobile Railroad. He is known to be 117 fish, which weighed about two pounds: way much opposition liuvint been developed to concurred.A l. !order for lumber fur u large vessel about to 'i J
the bill for his relief now pending, whkh ho! constructed at Alexandriau.. Gov. 1
years old, and is |erhaps)! older.MR. immediately cut open, and judge r.f the ll.
comes exclusively from the stalwarts. It i is l Drew bus charge of all the business in Florida :0
of the whole at in its LKAI1 YKAll I'ILOPOS4L..
J. G. SINTMIR leaves Saturday for his surprise party finding while :Mr. Buck! resides in New York
stomach-no ring !-wrong fish, see.We to be hoped that the majority will have (/he Not miles from :Sun Juan-not und attends business
m former home, Bethlehem, X. H., but expects you many morethan to the : the\ !firm there
4 to return about the first of April and know that was* inrnii, but we could nerve to bring this important matter to a fifteen-resides! a young farmer, who In W. J"'. :Sylvester; : general superintendent -
not it. However to final i issue, and accomplish: the tusk of doing not of He has of the null business. The Hon. Louis
help pacify patient over twenty-five age.
you years
remain the and
through spring summer, J,
: Brush '
superintends the Ing!ging. I wishI f.f.Cl1l't.
,. superintend the care of the large crop of readere will tell you that a second trial tardy justice to that ntuch-wrougyl 1 individual. considerable of the requisite-the coin. Up hud space and time to Ill} justice to these
cassava: anti arrow root which he has planted better rewarded, their "efforts! ; for when the to within a short tlnie'lie, hud led) u lonelylife amiable gentlemen for the courtesy and polite -

and his gro've. second fish was drawn up and cut open, THE orange) crop gathered on this island: but thanks to the year 18 HO, which bus attention paid me by them, during my
improving -Orange
(! there lay the ring in its stomadi, safe nnltoOUIII during: the season jiwt past, and exported, proved. his: salvation young ally has proM visit to the mill ; I hope to do so at unothertime. '.
I i'"l1tyt/mrter. !, W. of the
>sod to him, and he is now enjoying her 11C'mapohascharge) planing "I
amounted to four and half millions in |
to Jl.e great delight 'If the discomfited u and
ornamental wood work
Ids wife. The machinery.
of IVnsacola has society a.s following is the
lit. attorney rejKirted -
: lady. and the no less suprisi; ..ftlle quantity, and to over Vl,5>U !in value. The it way brought about : The man The luanner in 'which he disclmrgcs: his duties -
to the council that a former mayor of from the whole amounted toseven war young deserves more thanfmissing.. mention. I I]
whole party. As such sport is rarely met crop colony every qualification for u good) businessman
that city, S. ('. Cobb, now residing in Massachusetts ; millions in quantity, und to more but notwithstanding this was extremely Messrs. Drew & Bucki arc building a new
with, it was followed\ and several other
up\ circular mill and half miles
saw two u east
4 attended a sale of real estate belong. bashful: und blushed clear to his emits
fish of the same kind and about the same than f 10,000( in value. This shows u. mo-t time be caught sight. of of Live Oak, capable sawing 20,000 feet of
every ;; ludy.
ing to the city, protesting! as mayor, against increase in the of this young lumber and it in will be
size were secured in like manner. All of gratifying production Moreover, lie imagined be was! u fright, to dully, expected in
its validity, while at the same time, procuring them were dead when drawn to the surface. particular fruit over that of the past and all behold), and no girl would condescend to running order within thirty days. The capacity -
a portion: of it to be bid in on his private i former In the of few look with favor upon him In fact, it was of the present mill! operated! j by them
seasons.! course a years'
This sound little unreasonable
may a his opinion that lie way destined to lead at 1'1: avlle! I" fit) IW feet of lumber daily
account, at low rates. a
very persons who are acquainted with the spot time we expect to see the shipments of oranges life of single blessedness\ : all the days be They also ('ulltwi another mill three mile

THE Monticello CuMtitutlon continues its and the remarkable clearness! of the water amount double the quantity named might wumK-r alxnit on this terrt'lotrial"lu're.. east of Ellaville, which saws from (.IOW, ) to

efforts to get up a company to build a big which is so clear that a nitkelluoks as largeas above.-.YoM'ju Times, 6t/,. One day, however, lItopped| at the house 7.0IX feet daily The aggregate of these
three\ mills when In full is therefore
where resided a lovely girl She !hud Been
hotel in that thriving and beautiful town. life two hundred feet helmtInf surface I A riKM u Washington claim agents haveadopted how shy be was on every occasion and became 15,000( ( superficial feet daily. They are

If it should succeed, and if Tallahassee will readily credit the statement. We could I ) ; a novel mode of procuring free advertisements ) infatuated with the fiddler r>t apples putting into the Klluville mill) a large new

should follow suit, and !if the next State give the names of all the parties witnessingthe in the ")'Nvhuial" newspa- and garden truck, and was determined flint |INjwer planer und drilling press. i
Fair should be held in Tallahassee next the ice should be broken, as leap year )had )
send of their
strange occurrence all of whom will jn-rs. They a copy advertisement her J'/ I/.V TALK.
arrived, privilege in
gave every
January while the legislature is in session, vouch for the entire truthfulness of this narrative to the papers, proponing, in return for Ibis' particular granted to the sterner sex If this. country cannot stand (bo Importation
and if-but that will do fur this time. but do it its insertion to furnish letters from The lady therefore walked to him
t not consider necessary.Floridinn. .- weekly young UP of ground woo THE Monticello Constitution has discovered the Capital, of the patent variety, "writtenby as tie stood by the well, and, calling theyoun'
' ___ man by his given name, asked Mm for the product printing paper because
the existence of a secret colored society for COSHDEBIBI.E has been made stalwart Republicans professing to whv 'he did not get married. He uplhdwith two Congressmen who own a patent, and

the protection of criminals and the preven progress in furnish facts, incidents, gossip, etc. They characteristic non-t-nteem that he didn't three or four others who havea fat monopoly
tion of their conviction in the courts. The the manufacture of cotton goods in South fortunately enclose a sample of their wares think there was anybody who would have I of the business are likely to object, then the

CvMtUution says there are some CO o.r 75 Carolina during the l last ten years, and there for insjHjction, the examination of which film. Why," replied the young lady with new"paltf must put up their pricc'sand the
are now seventeen cotton factories in that great fervency, "I will have you The submit to the exaction
I {people as best they
members and the number is increasing, and will
amply resjx-ctable.!
state, having 9.),"$'* spindles and 1,033: looms. prevent any news- young man turned red and ntummwd by may. The only thing we ask U that tberut ,
that it has competent detectives engaged to I The produce 101,33i yards of cloth, and jiaper' from committing the folly of investing turns, but finally be did manage to tell her no dallying, and that the I issue shall bl
ferret out further facts concerning the society '17.1 S3 Mjiindi of yarn daily They employ in them. all right/; Arrangements were made at and the result decisive, If the people m
which will be made public. 2.:JJ operatives, and the amount of capital once fur the marriage ceremony, and in less side with the Ilnopol1.| and the House of
inverted is $2..2'Q4.: /jI;:)$), The profits range MAYOR KALLOCH, of Sin Francisco, has than a week they were living together as Hepresentatives .tand. by its two wealthy
THE Suit and Press of Tuesday publishes along issued manifesto man and wife, happy as 1 birds in a nest.San .-
from 18 to 50 per cent. This 50 j>er rent. 1* a KearneyUh declaring manipulators now !n control of the paper
list of homestead entries made on the the return from the Westminster Factory, that no trouble may be expected from the Juan (Vol.) [tuvjJefulnl'. _. market, we wish to know it at once, and
the well-known home of the "Clement - - have done with the struggle until a newCongress
Palatka Reservation and'
Military now workingmen of that city who be form
Attachment. At the other factories the A LARUE party of immigrant J>asael is dl'tt. \e hope some member
abrogated by the patenting of the lands to profit ranges from 18 to 25J i i>er cent.-/ ?ten "the Law-abbling anI11 j>eure preserving portion through Tallahassee ou Monday last (rom will move question and (nut it to a

the State Mr, Bbbe**, to whose enterprise Journal Ftb, 17. of oar population." He "vouch to Arkansas, tn route for Tam\oa( square and opal ttt.-Journal of (nml&tf,


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FLORIDA MIRROR. TO suitscmnrns. immediate predecessors! are persuaded thai AN' ORDINANCE TIIK 1".OIUD.\ .

With this I Issue! we send I a. number of bill, the Jesuits\ and (certain other illegal cnngrc' T> EGULATIXO: THE RATK' OF PERJLv IMMIGRATION ('OM iI'A'Y
... .. ... -.-- Taxes J AND
-- to be collected !
centnge on City
due for subscriptions, and l hope that each gallons, or societies, arc the persistent cue' LAND

.I _SATURDAY_ _, MARCH-.0'Correopmdrllill _'_:- "'" -lt_ 1SSO. .: one !sent will receive immediate attention.We mies of the r< public. as now established, and Jor lie the it year ord'tinnl 187l.: !by the Common Council of I OFFERS

nnd I'frsonn III/oi/lOIl urge upon our !subscribers! the importance ate making war through their books and the city of Fernandinn,

with this paper will ]>lrie direct hnvtmj(to' FI.OKIDVMIRROR '' of remitting at the earliest convenient schools' on republican institutions, and all That for the purpose' of defraying'for the the expenses noo.oooUH
of the l
Fernandina, Fla. day, ns the period of time covered by many the modem ideas of liberty amid equality ;; : the city government hereby year
____no ____ .. ___ _._ of the accounts! extends into the future, .nd and republicans of this: large class are determined 1871)made, :following appropriations: are Of the most! .)0.... I

TILE IXTt'JlOCVAXlC CAXAL. in consequence of the recent enormous nd- to limit their powers! of mischief- 1. The s-um of$1,885 for unpaid sanitary ACCESSIBLE: : AXD DKS1RABLK: r,

The select committee of the I louse of Representatives vnncein the prices of printing materials, it making by imposing such restraints on the indebtedness. <:
2. The of ( for of city ..
soot 11,950 salary
on the Intcroccanic Canal, at a is! not at all unlikely that our price of publication business of teaching as shall promote and officers. LANDS!\ IN THE

meeting held on the Oth lots, unanimously: may be changed ; so that those! who secure fealty to the republic. 3. The sum of $700 for payment of city :STATE:; OF FLORIDA, I d

resolved to report to the house the following respond promptly to our requests' will not Another question, not less: : eagerly debated scavenger; and other sanitary purposes.\ ;

joint resolutiOfrcconunendingthcir immediate be affected l by any advance in (he subscription ( at this: time in the pulpit nnd in the press 4. The sum of $300: for roads and bridges. At only $1.2-5 per acre to new settlers, with I
5. The of $::3IJO for
sum cemetery pur
adoption : price for, some time to come. and\ soon to come( before the legislature, 5 is! poses. the privilege of selection\ in parcels' of 40 1

lie it resoll'rel'y the Semite and Jloitxe of I'epretentativet In remitting please be careful 1 to return the subject\ of modifying the law of divorce ;j 0. The sum of $700 for incidental expenses acres or more. These) lands arc located on I

of the United Kttifen nf America I in the statement !sent, in order to lI\'olfll'rrol'!!, absolute! divorce being at present not admitted and outstanding indebtedness. and adjacent to the line of the
VOlyres.emMed, That the establishmentof : 7, The sum of $1,000( for the bonded indebtedness
any form of protectorate by nnIIlIe of and that it may be receipted and returnedto by French law-based on the rules of and interest thereon. ATLANTIC GCU'XD WET:; INDIA .

the powers of Europe over any of the modepeudent you, _____ ______________ the Roman Catholic, Chiinh.' Any surplus collected and unappropriated TRANSIT, t CO.'S R. 1 R.; i
) states of the continent, or the introduction The brilliant! writer, Alexander Dumas,, shall be appropriated for bonded indebtedness.
from any quarter of a scheme or FOREIGN XOTVS. .
I )policy which would 1 carry with it the rightto (leads oil' in the tilt ngainst the papal church,, lie it further ordained, That for the pay.II1cnt extending from FERXAXDIXA on the Atlantic ,

I any European; power to interfere: with The Anti-Jewish Movement in Ge'uwlIJ.-It easily! refuting, in the volume he has published of the aforesaid appropriations, the to CEDAR KEY, on the (Gulf coast, .

I their concerns: or to control in any other is not only in Rouninnia, but also in Germany : the assertions! of the Abbe Vidicu, sum of one and one half per cent be levied thus!\ affording to the producer cheap, constant !
\ !
! manner their ,destiny, or to transfer to any his that the Protestant! nations and collected upon the n."I e !valuation of to the best
opponent! !' and rapid transportation
such power by conquest, cession! or acquisition which boasts! of its slIl'criorenlijlhtrll. taxable property of this city and that fur r
in any other way of any of those statesor mcnt, that there i is developed} a feeling' of which allow divorce' are corrupt morally, and the purpose of payment of tile aforesaid. sanitary ; markets.:' i

any portion thereof, is a nwasureto! which- hostility toward the Hebrew('('. In Germany are undergoing, ; rapid, decay ; where lies tinInferior loan, and, time 5:0(1 bunded indebtedness, The belt of country traversed by the Transit

i this government has, in tho declaration) of which last t morality, he shows: by comparison! fifty per cent of the taxes so I levied 1 I on R. R. embraces:
I l'rel'lclclltIollroe: in Ids: message! of December this movement began;; aforesaid shall only be, payable in currencyof
I 2, 1M1>:3, nod known as the Monroe: doctrine summer, has now become\ a positive: i f.maticiMii of those with 1 Ionian Catholic countries ; and the United l States! Go\ernment, or certificates EVERY'A1l1ETY OF SOILtp

avowed its: opposition\ and whkhl although of course (ierniaii culture he gives; a dazzling portraiture of the position : of indebtedness issued on account of the *P

should such attempt be made, will covers it over with beautiful name.: of woman ill modern society, though said sanitary loan or past: due coupons of to be found in the State, a' large proportion
and treat it as dangerous: to our peace, pros the bonds: of the city. 't
not without that tendency to exaggeration
I'ritanllllllfctv.. Its friends choose( to call it the anti-Semitic Passed its first reading January 28th, 1880, being peculiarly adapted to Jhe culture of
I 2. Resulted, That it is the'interest and rightof agitation ; it aims to exclude. Jews from of style 1 which marks critics: of his cIa.!!!. The and read by its title. SKMI-TROPICAL; FRUITS and'Early: Vegetables!,*

the United States: to have the possession, "clubs, social circles, }public oilices, and important Abbe's reply to the book is short, not exceeding Passed its: third reading and adopted and The Large, Compact Bodies of Timber*

, direction, control and government of any business trusts" So-called( liberal a column in the Mirror. lie first February 18th:! 1880.: : T. KYDD, make these lands worthy of CAREFUL 'A"AMIXATWX ..
canal, railroad or other artificial co III III UI II. President of Council.
\ cation to he constructed across the isthmus organs join in the crusade with intense says that the Roman Catholic religion being Attest : 1 by manufacturers of LVMBEB

connecting the American continents for the professions of devotion to liberty and to the the only true and absolute: religion, i is not to _EMIL_ FRIE.ND, City Clerk2G30d AND NAVAL STORES. j ,
transfer of vessels and from the be criticised He the J.
t cargoes Father.-land. It i.s not "a lIIeli( \"ulp'rllcl'u. or opposed. gives precept -
Caribbean Ilea to the Pacific ocean, whether contained in St. Matthew's gospel! with SEASON 1880. NEW SETTLERS
I t the same he built or constructed at Panama, tion of the Jews," says one of the journals! ; !
! elsewhere and in view of the it is slander regard to divorce-forgetting to interpret THE KG MONT furnished
Nicaragua or : so to denominate "to history, Purchasing land from this company' are
magnitude of this! idterest it is the duty of (patriotism and the ideal conception of the this iu the light of other sacred passages TpERXAXDIXA, FLA. with entire free passage on the Transit -
the United State: to insist that if built, and He ufllnns that as the prohibition of divorceis
the be Nation and the Fatherland Evidently it Railroad for family and personal effectsto
by whomsoever same may commenced nnd rule of the church and of The Leading Hotel of the South
precept ,
prosecuted or completed, and whatever is altogether an "ideal" and eminently u the station nearest the land purchased. ;
the nationality of its corporutors or the evangelical 11that\ suffices for good Roman And the most Elegant in all its appoint
modern affair I It does: not propose to torture TITLE COMPLETE;, being derived by
source of their capital, that the interest of Catholics, and nothing can change their ments. Heated by :Steam, Lighted by Gas,
Jews: by fire at the stake, or in dungeons, Hot and Cold Baths, Oral Anunciator, Fireplace grant from the United States! and purchase
the United States: and their right to possess: belief and thus saying the good Abbe
and control the same will be asserted aud only to roast" themilout of modern society, ; in every Room, &c", &c. Practically from the State of Florida.CORRESPOXDEXCE.
maintained whenever in their opinion it and to deprive them of the means of living.It glides back into his: study and shuts the Fire-Proof lire Hose on every floor, and 1
but special accommodations: for Families and : SOLICITED.
becomes' necessary.:' is worthy of observation: that in Germany door. This is dignity ; not full-nor
3. And he it further resolved, That the President satisfactory discussion. Large Parties.
complaint is not made, as by some very enlightened Dl'lIl'riplif.I'I :and 1'lItlTI.\RS mailed on
he requested to take the steps necessary ,, Reduced Rates ,
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ahd for the abrogation of any existing Americans: last summer at fashion application. "
For week
proper OLD WORLD ITEMS parties remaining a or longer. ,
I treaties whose terms are in conflict able places of resort, of Jewish badlllJnnersj; EGMONT\ COACHES at every Boat and ( H.\SV.. LKWIS: .

with this declaration of principles.Mr. :. out the alleged facts, calling forth hostility, ANOTHKR great fire has taken place in the Train Rowing, Sailing:) Fishing! and Bunting Land Commissioner( !

Hayes, on the 8th inst.. addressed a arc of an opposite: kind ; the Jewish elementis capital of Japan, Feb IGth, destroying! 2,500hOUII in the Inlets, !Sounds: and on the Isles of Office cpr> l 1cacim: I.i, i -e\eiith: :Sts.1tf < :'

message to the senate upon the subject, 01 i obtain.ng! : great possessions: in money and <'II. the l Sea. Sportsman's 1'aradise.miles of the First-class Finest __ .____ u __ _._ __ .. _..
Livery. Twenty-four :!
which the following is the substance : ,uind, it ib gciI\V it, in power, inlltierce' and A FRENCH engineer, Mr. Daubourg is Beach in the World Bowling Alley, Shoot H. i:. i/i'nur.n: : ,

1 The policy of this eoti'itryU} n 1'walulIh'AnH.'I"ICIIII .lItdli clIl'e in every direction, und thenforea about to try the experiment of lifting a ship ing Gallery, Billard{ Room, &c., connected ,
control. The United States: \ canit with the ]House. A. L. MELLEX M
I surrender this control must be put down. A learned Ciermaiiprol'essor of 2,000 tons from the river Seine and removing ,
not consent to main -l-tf 1'ruprictur.I'ROCLAJLITION. "TMNIXAXDIXA: ;: ) : !FLORIDA:
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[ European power nr p -w, ami'ivatiescontrary :! who: participates in this interesting : it on mils from Argentcuil to another
to this view sin-it" I he ami-tided., Capital "in few he discovered he claims
movement, hays that a years! point, having us a IVLIR: : IN
{invested 1 by citizens: III'othl'r countries" every tenth educated man will be u Jew, for method for transporting large vessels over MAYORS OFFICE
It I cannot bo protected by I ice intervention 111'those ,
, I'' countries without the 'adoption o< that Is the proportion of Jews to nonJewsin i isthmuses; however steep.Tua FERNANDIXA, FL.Murch 2, 1880. Fine Family: ; C.roccriesAND

measures on this continent which the United the higher institution of learning I Ferry Education Bill was still under Notice is hereby given to the qualified

States would deem inadmissablc.{ : If our although the proportion in the population debate in the French Senate on Saturdaylast voters of the city of Fernaudina that the

protection is relied on wu must: have such ul tjulj Una' 4. ....vo..*j..U" I' U,. .+l...>. HIM nun tiiv iiitt; ut',iti"i. -, iHrected[ against! Annual Election for officers of said City will rito VISIONS.
onLlo l t nauoimilutlTiesWaiiU PU cow on Monday, Un riftu day of 'J
riglits: of private capital. The astounding fact appears, that not only have Jesuits and other Illegal societies, was considered 1880, at the City Council Rooms, on Tiiirdstreet .....
canal will be virtually a part of our coast the Jews more children than other people- doubtful. The Minister of Public between the hours of 8! A. M.: and

line. Our commercial interest in it ..surpasses that understood before-but they even Instruction Mr. made sunset on said day. And the following Customers
was Ferry, a speech, can rely upon getting CHOICE
that of any other nation, while i's relations officers of the city will then and there he
to of educate them better th'an their Teutonic praised. even by enemies for its masterly of
our prosperity are }paramount chosen by a vote a majority of the votes GOODS i
z c concern to us. No other great I\vl'rwould} ( neighbors, and in the race fur wealth, station ability, in defence of his cherished: work ;j' given at said ('Il'ction'iz; : as! ,

1 under similar circumstances! fail to assert' and power, (have known bow to give them he quoted) largely l frjmi Jesuit writings, and One MAYOR,

: ; rightful control over a work so vitally nl1 'l't. u better start. Certainly this is a matter for was often interrupted by the monarchists Eight ALDERMEN: NOTHING BUT THE FINEST BRANDS
I ing its interests and welfare.As One CITY CLERK and TRE : : ,
I 1 staled in our last issue, M. De Lcsseps German philosophy to look into and analyze, with angry protestations. One CITY MARSHAL and TAX COLLECTOR: ,

II was very explicit, in his recent speech at the and for German patriotism to be alarmed at, M'ireh 10.-Mr. Ferry, Minister\ of Public One ASSESSOR; arc kept in stock.
Given under hand and seal of the
t and accordingly, since it is determined to Instruction, France, has resigned: ; his office my city -- -- '
New York in the announcement
the :2d day ofIarch: 18X0,
in the modern and a'sthetie fashion i iI of the vote of the Senate defeating G.! F. AVERY, ;,
: persecute :i consequence NORMAN DROWNSOX
that the canal which he proposed, although Mayor, e
r j it might be built by French engineers, should it Is now discovered that llebrews-burn article 7 of the Ferry education bill. TURNER: DULIXO, City Marshal. .

be considered as nn American enterprise," and bred on German soil-" are incapable of London, March 9,-The Liberal lenders, will March 3-tf. .. n___. __ __ \:

German patriotism" meet to-day to determine upon their course,
and "should be built by American capital. MIIERIFF'M SALE.
I Evidently the great engineer stands fully It is interesting! to note the fact that quitea in view of the approaching dissolution of VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION IS- S

I committed to the acceptance of the Monroe number of Germans, high placed, and of Parliament just announced. Mr. Gladstone BY out of the Circuit Court, Fourth I L IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.CARRIAGES ; ')

and dominant Influence, are decided opponemitSoftllisabsurdnnovement. and Lord Hartin ton will ksiie manifestoes, Judicial Circuit, in and for the County of AND WAGOXS
doctrine in all it implies hopes by so
Nassau, Florida, in favor of lloytk
TheCrown Prince the of the Beacons-
discussing policy
.:; doing to commend his enterprise to the capitalists : fully Co., and against James' Leak tit Sons, I
of the United States! without whose has taken pains to set himself against it. field\ ministry, as. it is: regarded by the 01'1'0.sition. have levied upon, and will oiler for sale at To and from Steamers and Trains. ..1

aid lie manifestly fears the realization of Recently at n Hebrew concert for charitable public outcry, in front of the Court House, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC. 1

his scheme cannot be accomplished. But it purposes, the Emperor; the Empress: the March H,-In the Spanish Congress!: at in the Citof Fernandina, said County of
Nassau, on the first Monday Aril, 1880, I,
Crown Prince and his wife showed by their Madrid the Premier said that in consequence months ron SALE :
I would have been far better for his plan, and being the Fifth day of said all the

I i r.. much more decorous towards the acknowledged presence on which side were their t sympathies of the insurrection:: in Cuba it was impossible right title and interest James Leak & Sons HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS, ,1

A and of the ; and the day before, the Crown Prince to make any further reduction of taxes in in the following described real and personal
ability judgment engineersof property, that is' : I I that he wished to declare by island. Ho congratulated the House;
remarked ,
had that
the United States if.instead of
proceedingto block number, being in the City of Fer 'j
! I Panama and inaugurating the great work I attending the Synagogue Concert, his opposition on the determination which all parties had nandina, County Nassau, Florida, together ; jMr-TEHMS 'CASH.-tt,; '
amidst to this persecution of the Jews. He manifested to retain Cuba under the glo- with the steam saw mill, fixtures and machinery "
few blasts of feeble
dynamite a
by a -i>Ofnce and t
on said lots, and the water privileges Stuhle-Fir.t'Street, near
of it when abroad of ,
hurrah from his immediate followers and had first read the news ; rious flag Spain \1,
wharves Ac., therewith appertaining.
the impressible natives who witnessed his "the feeling I had," he says, "was one of AVw York, March S.-It li: reported from Terms cash PETER ('ON 1:;, _Broom.. ---Street--- --Wharf--- _49-tf! ;1
" operations, he had first visited Washington, shame that such things could occur in Germany. London, that five thousand persons! have 27-td Sheriff Xassau County Florida. A. II. ------ m "
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since the Winter rJA'ISONVILLE ,
been arrested at Petersburg
i laid his plans before a board ('tHllpn.l'l1f'
Amerim in France; French l\il jointly of his own and u number of our SHIP i
engineers, organized for consultation ; and .-Judging from the tone of debate on persons at a certain louse: in the Q.ROOP.RAND CHANDLER,

then after adopting such route for the proposed commercial topics in the Chamber of Deputies city, the policemen ordered on this service TRON AND BRASS:; FOUNDRY) UEVLER IX1'roUsioiiN

canal as that board might agree upon, a great fear of American competition{ were blown up by an explosion dynamite{ AND ::1

proceed to obtain the pre-requUite concesftions has seized our Gallic friends. In fact the at the same time great fire broke out in a Liquor, Etc. v,

from the government of the country discussion was somewhat sharp and bitter, neighboring street. MACHINE: SHOP. .
and for sc\\'rull1l's the United States were run, March S.-A somi-ofilcial annouiHement ')
which the canal would and set
through pass, AOEST FOR B. P. AVERY A CO.'S -;
I been issued with the PLOWS.
more talked of by the legislators of France has rt'ganto -
before the capitalists: of the Union the ,several -
than ever before How to protect France Hartmann affair. The decision: of the cabinet
advantages of the scheme, supported by
this fearful surrender him unani T. J. )MURPHY PROPRIETOR.
and French industry against not to was adopted
the official endorsement of the board. CEXTBE STREET: ,
though peaceful rival.appears to have hel'ngru'e mousl '. There is nothing to show that the
As it is, M. De Lesscps will doubtless find -
some difficulty in securing any considerable a question for the Deputies; America French government regards attempts at assassination "tf_FERNANDINA. FLA.

the had never assured such vast: projiortions to as ordinary political offenses anti SUGAR MILLS AND "*
subscriptions in {tills country to capital STEAM ENGINES, WILLIAM I
their minds. for that reason refuses to surrender alleged ALL KINDS OF MILLMACHIN- F. ROOD rJ .,
t stock of his canal, and will have the additional .
J Another topic, ;much debated in both criminals ; but in the case of Hartmann the ERY BUILT OR REPAIRED. ..,.
1 disadvantage{ : of a number of rival 'j'
routes championed by American interests to chambers and not yet decided, h the momentous evidence adduced was not considered sufficient GENERAL NEWSDEALER,

subject of education-a question, to hold any one for trial according FIRST-CLASS WORKMAXSHIP
against from the peculiar state of )parties, political to French law, ana on that ground and for BOOKSELLER: STATIONER,
} the want of evidence the accused J.
identifying J
in France beset with great ASP STRICT PVSCTCALITY$ THE RULE Dealer iu
THE MAINE JittlBEUY CASES and religious, he was released.London Fancy Article,
\ )Ir. Wallace R. White charged by two difficulties. The largest liberty for all manner
March S.-A manifesto has been Orders from a distance will receive careful CEXTRE STREET .
; members of the Fusion legislature with deliberate of teachers is demanded by some republicans sent by the English; IVemier to the Lord and prompt attention.SHOP FERVANDIXA, FLA.

: attempts at bribery has testified in the name of those principles of Lieutenant of Ireland, declaring that the SHIP YARD -
fore the investigating committee, making a freedom which they conceive to be imper- arts of the agitators have been defeated and : Shelf Papers, Picture Frames, Bracket ,

pointed and emphatic, not to say dramatic, illed if any class or body of men hampered that literal and prudent measures have received dec7-tf Jacksonville Fla.W. Lamps, Croquet Sets, Hand 0lasars, ComV :

denial of the charges. However satisfactory in thls.rl' arel. In this spirit Jules Simon, the almost unanimous sanction of Parliament Also Brushes, "tc. pa .teries is great varied' '
White and writer of high on polities, morals: the has K. RAUKNICHT, Sewing Machine Nee ll I?s, Oil, etc j
1 such a denial may seem to Mr, a repute, p l ; administration Clipper Inkstands, 75 centa.
his friends: his case will have to be judged and education, and at one time minister of established in a !system! of public AGENT, .

. by the well-established rule of evidence! ; public instruction", opposes) strongly, in the education open to all classes and creeds. WHOLES.VLB AND RETAIL FOR RENT. i
But a greater danger, scarcely less disastrous
and, unless the testimony of his accuser is: name of liberty, the restrictions which article than pestilence and famine, distracts the BUTCHER AND AXDDealer STOCK DEALER, SEVERAL NICE ROOMS l FOR nEXT

Successfully Inij>euched, the testimony of 7 of the Ferry bill would lay upon the I country, a danger caused by the attempt tosever Ire. CITY MART. corner or ('e1).
his Jesuits and other unauthorized l bodies of i the constitutional tie which unitesIreland Ire and ThiN Streets.
witnesses against unsupported
credible as: :
'two with Great Britain. The manifestp DEE.SI'CIALTY: Also the second stony above Messrs.
denial must flu considered as teachers, and tht't'iew* he bet forth J last t clones( by announcing a dissolution of Parliament TENNESSEE WH\KF .t Bro. corner Ash and ThiN Streets. f1)'IM1

the %weight of evidence against week in a powerful }>eech. On the other and a new election of members as! BROOM STREET M DOWNEY.
throwing '>
1ltt. band the existing government, like their I presently to take pbce. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. 3--tf In the City cart

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- Hall wood and, MII I I\IH'STUIU.: MAC'IIIXEWORKS. II. J. 1IAKER( A Hilt, i
POSTAL V.I un conmsvoynr.xci? Roddan and wife l- wife
1 FLORIDA \ [ilItORSEMTWEEK2Y., Perry. J E Page, J KvddV P Battler: and : .

-..---. --. ..----- --. ..- -.---.--_-.-..-. _--.---... ---- --_- ..---. B}\\'e desire; to secure n liable and rcfponsibletrerklii 25 passengers! from Jacksonville for the
correspondent! for the :MIRROR m every North. ; POND, PROPRIETOR. York.
Pearl St.
; Cumberland F.It 215 ,
that end Steamer Florence, ( ):
town and tillage in the flute, and to Route
.-__.-_---...-._.-_-_-h-_-. ..-- tnakrthe followingproposition'etrill; \\ fortcara; March V-E L Watson!' and L
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. regularly the address of such, correspondent a Draper, T K Huwlev, wife and daughter/, (G h
copy of the MIRROR during the continuance' of il H Tyson, It G Chridly l )Wilkinson, Mrs:. Shop situated :II minutes'! walk west Of Depot' ,
'LT J1ID.1r[ ", MICH it, is. o./ the arrangement, and t1'ill.fIlM,;.h to h1Iht' )(l\tthl'\\lI\IIll son, 1\11113 deck passengers.March MlM'F.\CTUREIW "F
cards sending 10-J F Newenkemp and wife, UW : FLORIDA.) :
used him s"rlll'"r/OIIt', JACKSONVILLE,
I'0: : :::c1 :::-=:= = = : poftal by fur "
wife H Burham 1'Stearns
Gorringe ,
time to time to replace -
the mail from
fame bu /
sunscRU'Tiox .2 Pin AXXUM.We !
.. ._,.. -. ...$-.. ----- such n* !hate/ lent: forwnrdtd" to and published and wife, and :3 deck;
---- -- ----- wall Miss Fciwntlml -
by tm. The Matter to be contained oit March' 11-J Green MAMF\l'Tt'RKR OK T ORRESTER'M:
\ luicc established t n Jinsinesn Office at the such cards; must be fiirnifhcd treiUii;" or as often 11 1' Story, C T Chl'l'n11':4: Charles

post office( under the charge of Mr. H. 7' Wood as required to report current emits, and consist;, Thompson and son. IRON() AND BRAS.S; CASTINGS: : ,
1 Jr., uho u'illreceive slb8Cril'tioladl'erti.'Irll'lts/ / of local ncu's concerning( weather, crops" prices March li-C A Boynton, L B Payne, J.TY
JJ and other faiors fur the MIRROR, and who att and general intelligence such as is suitable" for I Randall??, B W Wt ,dwll1'llIlI1l1 wife;, G WE IRON FRONTS: AND FENCES: :
i !ays has tie paper on ,rll'. card.t'I'lllot !'I'11'11' to replace I : hand wife. W :&:; Malden mid wife.
.. -- .. .- _.. -- .. publication, as unsuitable./ 1'1I1'if.1'(1/ 1.Ic: LIUs1\ rs De' son, D S 1'1111'1"'m OU\XOI' TREE MANURE: ,
cOl1"ilill"Illffa/ Fur1)wehhium 1 \ sand'tnietcleslatestdesigns.I
Xotlce.I any at least. Dubo-e A Knight, l' E: :Sargent, Win Harper };
| Post-office posing, to accept this offer trill pleas (give
I :S; 1'Ivrich
' one "l'.fI'1'rlrIh"1 we tnay/ be able 11 act lorrle'rsbomdinfrly 11 C Underwood, Harper) I also have, the largest assortment of :MA-
!I Office lie rs-From 8.00: A. M. to 7.00: r. :II.'i in appairdnpthni( as co fspondents \ J X Hatiield/ J W IIatlield Mrs EHuttield ; ClllNFliv'[ : PAniuN; :> 111 the :State, find
V Money Orders and Registered letters from G E: )Robinson! U Dart, l EG: Hopkins can till most t any order' \\itUout parties payinij (Under, Formula of Geti. B. Forrester.! )

{ S.OOA.: M. to 1:00: 1'. M. ; and from 2.00r.M.: Tallahassee.Col. J J McKessell and son, J I D) Parkhurst, slay the I extra e\pen: of pallerns.My .
to 3:30 from 10.30) to 11:30 Mrs I Hammins: Mr Foreman Mr Headman, furnished with the i
: P. t. Sundays : : A. R. S. Andrews, brother-in-law of :.Iu.-llitw? :Shop i is:
M. and 3:3i.:: ; to 4:.'>0 r. M. and 1 deck passenger.Steamer latest unl\.ro\t',L tools, which enables mywoikmiii
Senator Bayard, of Maryland, spent Sundayhere. City of Jiridgitoti, March(: 10 : X
t., out work with the greatestdespa Pronounced by Orange) Orl\\'el''llh:' (' veryRest '
iIH B Sandford. .1 J W Foster -
lie was highly pleased, with the country Whitney and \\ 'i-lt. und: at tin, lowest cash pruc.
Mail-Arrives daily at 10.30: .\. :M. 11I111llir:\: t point in Florijla :
: '
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around the city, but wonderedliy it .1rt- ,. ,.i l (the \\ .\TI'KroWTl'A; ) : : tI 1
Closes 3.00
: p. M. with nice and well\ beyond.l ENGINE: ; ; MI., and .'.111 furnish their EN-::
Mail Arrives 3.30: not more improved
Southern was
: p. n.r
.1I.t111.H:. (GUM.-; t.l .i.i.u.ai.. ... :SAW-MILLS! the Manure for the Ornngo!; Tree .
I Closes 10.00: A. :M. cultivated farms. lIe owns, a large tract of : \,ervliurti, -. .lm. 4 i t.. .' a
'St. Mary's' and Trader's Hill Mail- land on the Santa Fe and! Suwannee rivers rernanillna.IIU.II AN., .It s II:"v:.N :>; C ''Et.i?m\TIn: : ) STEAM t
Arrives Tuesdays, and Fridays at 2:30: 1'. :II. \>i't of '
passed G0\ F.RNOIand: 1 KNVl.KS': :: :STEAMPVMPSkept ; ):
A number of immigrant wagons :
Closes :Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00: A. M. \V\TVR.:
hand and sold
I St. Mary's, act., only- through the city to-day from Arkansas, Sun'day, March 14th.IO.OS; .\, M. \10.21): )II'. M. at JLunit'uttueeis'.ru's ron-tnntly; freight on : added., j}
Arrives Mondays Thursdays, :' at 8.00: ( .\. M. and
bound fur Tampa. The horses, wagons Monday, l.'Hh.\lIW: i v. M. 11.U8: I'. '1. For further information, Price Lists Catalogues
"" Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30:: p. M. harness were the best that have paved Tuesday, Kith.11:27::! .\. ". ll.M: t I'. M. etc., address I F. Ii. POND, "
Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at !il.OO: A. :II, time. The ownersseemed P. O. Box., al),'). Jaeksomille, FIll.COllstantlr 11 11X
here for
Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, through a long ENTERED. RRESTElfN ('O.1III.ETE H ,\.
r Fridays and :Saturdays: :' 2:30 1'. :at. to be men of means!! and intelligence. ,
10-Stentuslmiptliatrna Teras, Hines, O. N. lillES
I t SAM'L T. RIDbELL, 1'. )l.- I am informed that Liberty county is receiving New March York. .J ,

f LOCAL- \' RKFLKCTIONS.Tomatoes.' : -- quite nn accession to its population March( 10-Schooner Charles .'. Itaylis, ;

number of are going Godfrey Philadelphia.:
this spring. \ persons ,
----- -. .. :March l0-Sri.llbert:; 11. Waite, DodgePhiladelphia. ) ,
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there to engage! in lumbering on the Oiklockoneo FOR EVERY: )F\RM CHOI*,
l li
.; ,. There are said to he growing within a and New rivers.A March 10-S. S. City of ..tll..tilltl'elli:; : yt
greater number of orange I1So.llll.:
small radius from Gainesville, Battonvillc fruit trees have been !set! out this spring in )(arch 11-Stmr\ &t. .'"1"'o d, Charleston. -
and Aredonda, on the Transit! Road, no less /BOUNTY UNDERTAKER, i Prepared !'III'l1unC i principles: to produce t tn

than 1387 acres of this county than ever before. March lZdl.: Gazelle, Sanhier, St.Thom- large! yield per acre. :
toluat"es.y- which FERNANDINA }'LA.
There was a fine rain here to-day, as. ,

Office Manners.Our was much needed, as it has been quite dry CLEAR Ell.

friend -, who keeps his office as for some! time. March( 1O---SteamshipAidcnt Texas, Hines.Jacksonville. on band

neat as a lady's boudoir, tells us, confidentially .\ cllll1rC'dmnn Oil Capt. Houston's plantation March( 10-.S. S. City of Austin, Stevens!', 31 ETA I, I, I C II IT R IA I, CASES, A wo Dmi.Kns IN '

that the next man who fires tobacco rode a horse into town Saturday ht New York.

juice into the waste-basket, will be fired out and hitched him in front of )\r( Slusser's March 11-. dl. Francis Godfrey, Stephens, I WOOD COFFINS: ,

of the hack window. store, and went in to do some trading ; while Philadelphia. '' In HIIHt'wooll1l1Int and other woods. PRIME, AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS: ,
rode March( 11-Sch. Kate V. Aitkin, Thompson, .
-- -- in there on his horse and
some one got I.
., The Weather. I him off, and has not since been beard from. Philadelphia.March 12: -Stmr.: St. Johns, Vogel, Charleston. Undertaker",*' Goods! SULPHATE AMMONIA, 1

Bright, pleasant, coolish weather, with de- I A number of horses, have been taken in this: :Masonic and other Emblems: Shrouds: and
hut dust is what months. The city Steamer David Clark, brought on her last NITRATE SODA
licious breezes, no we are way within the last fww Iuhcs.1.1JI1I.111MiNi.
trip from Savannah 3uu barrels of rosin fur I
much infested with set of worthless '. ,
,enjoying just now. is too n shipment to South: Amtricallpllrt.
'' The thermometer on Tuesday. last, in New negroes from Georgia, who come here to bteamer City liridj/etun di-partod for Pa- : : ( DON: I.. SUPER PHOSPHATE LIME,

York, was 22! at (10. in., and 2'0:; at noon. steal. latku, Marcu iuui. Bodies exhumed for removal.\ :Safety: guar-
Arrived same day steamer Florida, 1U1I1lh'lartl'd }
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Everything very quiet ; colored politiciansthink for Puiatka. anteed.FURNERALH. SULPHATE: OF POTASH,
Accident.On } .
Shocking "Grant dead shore to be the next ; attended to. '
Arrived }'riotayI.lrch 12th, steamer City! ,
Thursday morning as Mr I Burner Prt' llcnt." I think they need better wait liridtjcion, unit Florida; trout I'ulal kll foiSavunnun. Ordcrf by mail or telegraph will rccciu NITRATE OF POTASH. '/j
Davis, a son of Gen \\". G. M.: Davis who prompt ttention. 1
his and see. CATEY. .. fJh'llll'mht'r that I am opposed to high
resides at Dungeness, was loading : gun, -- -- ---- .
preparatory to going out shooting! the cartridge OUIHXAXCi: (: IN SINIIOKN: it: HOYT'B( (OL)) STORE, I

was accidentally discharged! and its: THE Russian Court invited Dr. Aver and TO) MEND THE FIRE ORD1XAXUE\:,. J jan4: _____SECOND: STREKT.iriOXCRIEF: !: SULPHATE MAGNESIA}: I
contents entered the side of his: little four- his family to the Archducke's wedding in lie it ordained Tluit form and
the Royal l Palace. This distinction was utvcr the }l1\.'l'lagof this ordinance, thai IIODSE, SULPHATE: OF SODA
year old son, who was branding near, killing awarded him not only because he was an : owners of wooden buildings within the fire ". ,.'

him instantly.: American but also because his!' name as u '. limits be permitted to repair} their building B Y MRS. BUFFINGTON Strictly Pure Ground Hone.
had become favorably known in with shingles and weather boarding, provrded
*4 Church Services To-Jlorroia. \Russia: on its passage round the wurld.l'Il .- that such! repairs du not increase tin CORNKU: or PINK AND FOIWYTH\ STRKKTSJtirliNoiivlIlo -

YTERUX-Hev. Dr. J. II. Myers I at Me (Col.) People. risk:, of lire. il'

11 clock a. m., and 7:30: p. in. All ordinances: or parts of ordinances conflicting Flu. Our circulars ;givu full particulars, and arc .
CITY OF FERXANDINA, March 5, 1880. herewith are repealed.} mailed free to ail applicant' They will interest .
METHODIST: -Rev. J. Atkins!' tit 11 o'clock) Proposals! arc invited for the scavenger Passed.:: second reading :2Mb January, 1SSO; TERMS;; 81.50 AND _frIJ.OO PEU' DAY,, you if you are interested in Agriculture '

a. in., and 7:30:: p. m. work of the City of Fernandina fur twelvemonths Approved mud adopted February 18, 18r! >o. or Orange Culture..! .. 15-Jin. (
no C.\TIIOUc-Hev.. J. O'Boyle, at commencing April lt, 18KO. T. KYDD, According to Locution Room -- I
soil for timespace :2G-30d. President of Council. Till: FLORIDA
10:30: m., and 7:30: p. in. Also bids: for removing night ------
months from 1st 1880. .y, ,
of ,
seven April
EPISCOPAL-Rev. O. 1 Thackara, at 11 Bonds will be required for faithful performance ;.IfI'- T It V rtl r/1IIIS WELI KNOWN HOUSE: IS CENtrally : I

o'clock a. m., and 4:30: p. m. of the work. 1 located, and having been renovated TOWN: IMPROVEMENT COMPANYFernnndluu ,

T. KYDH. President. throughout will be k'pt't a first-class t
Fete Vegetables.We E. O. FRIEND: Clerk. A. W. LOHMAXX'S: house. The Proprietress; having had experience _

,. had the pleasure on Thursday. morning both North and South, will spare
In the pains for the comfort of her in
Bargains Bargains City ill) patrons,
before market hours of I ,
inspecting! a very
Mu rt. -FAMOUS--( making the house! home-like us any !in thecity.
nice lot of vegetables just: sent in t.) the !store 33-tf:
Grand clearing out sale for the next thirty _. __. ____ :. Towns on R. R. Line,
of Mrs. Anne Clarke, from her farm near the days. All the entire goods: now on hand at Prepared Flour.OXLY .
drawbridge. There were handsome: ; !specimens an immense sacrifice, on account of retiring ft. RITKEWOLLER: And Cedar Kry.

of celery, turnip, rutaba.j; : unions from business.: M.( DOWNEY.

radishes, peas, strawberries, rv: mi of good Feb. :20. Nassau-College FIVE: CEXTS, PER: POUXD.COLI.KtJK f). JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. 1

"size and fresh" appearance.! Verily Fenian- Re-opened Monday October 2Gh.() Pupils U t Offers: to Lessees! and Purchasers a large

dina nl'l'lluut complain of! im-un1. : market. received at any time and at the usual rates. '

We untl(>'-stan.l that this establishment, supplies To the citizens of :Florida this Institution l-tf AT OLD P. O. HUlLJHNO. Black Silk, 110 c'., warranted all Milk. number of the most eligible and desirable !

the J'gmont, and that its products: are affords every facility near hone for the' -- .-----. --- .- Lots, suitable for Business Purposes) or for
thorough education of their dau; liters. 'fhe best $La silk, in the U. H. V
earlier an. finer than thof ,tiy: other NHU City o' Suburban Residences,

place in th neighborhood of the city.: Some MoreOf inOR YOU O LADIES, Summer Silks at SO c., CO j( e. ; best: 70 l'tll

nice French Broadcloth and :
thoss! Matting at U ('. ; fancy: at 2.> C.
Charlie Meeker, Tweed Coats still on hand, and will be sold AT FERXAXDIXA, FLA. 1
the smallest man in the world," arrivedin out much below cost, by 500( Blue Flannel Suits at $II to $12. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

ty Fernandina, Thursday and is stopping at oct 18 M. DOWNEY. A Thorough English, Etluealloii.Special .
parties engaged in manufacturing or Industrial -
.. Money refunded J if i not natisfuttory. [21-tf
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the- Egmont. He i is "every inch a man, _
Hotel Arrivals.EGMONT vantages in PAINTING and DKAW- enterprises, who will erect on the property
though his inches are few, and he has the Music and FUENCII. .ANGEL 4 FRIEND,
IIoTEL.-F It lfohlingm worth? and ISO, :
manners and tastes of a gentleman. In wife, T Hollingsworth, Chicago ; A Ford, For Circulars, address purchased substantial improvement
Memphis} where we first knew him, lie conducted Atlanta ; Win N McKcnney, Baltimore; REV. J. H. MYERS: T1AKEIW AND CONFECTIONERS; for residence (in which to conduct their \:
John Lynch Maine T V Boynton, X Y Fernandina, Fla.
a lucrative buisness: and was very ; ; .. business.
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Elford Dickerson, wife and children, N Y.; CHOICK
much respected. lIe i is stow a man of fair NWhattenandwife, Boston ; Stikcleather: TTNDUIt KK1V MAXAttEMEXT.Speiieer : INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS ,

means, and travels almost constantly for Asheville, X C: Charles I* Bosson: and wife, rocerleN, Cigars, and Tobaccos, I
and Mrs I Master Iluune, : by exemption for a term of years from
pleasure. lIe has one oddity which i is re Boston; Page, Paige,
Mr and :Mrs II F Plainlield ST. MARY'S( GEORUU. TOYS AND FANCY ..11t'f1CL1'4.1S'eihdings : .
markable-he carries photographs of himself Albany; Ul'l'ew, taxation, offered by the<< several cities and ,! J xtown's.
wherever he and does not give them XJ ; Geo Homans, Boston.H PAllen, .
but sells goes them to Ids many admirers. )[ I), X Y ; Mrs P McLaren, C I) Nash, Mil. J. \'". THOMPSO.I, of the Kearearge House, : Entertainments: and. Picnics, Apply to .
away waukee Douglass Xesbitt and sister, Chica- White Mountains, Proprietor. furnished! at the bhortest notice, at nx'k-hot-
'rOtlke Reach A 7th stx. Feniandina.
The TI&rf'e.F'shf'rs.." go; Mrs Geo Howard, Buffalo; Chas W Gor- Transient rates, $'!..')/) per day. Liberal tom price, at ? c'lIr. "t tI tf
tinge and wife, Atlanta; K B Fnllerton, X terms made to those desiring board by the ANGEL'H; : BAKERY: I -f! ; tr.. ._ __ _
A jolly party left the Egmont on Thurs- Y.; Mr and Mrs Wm"analllJ n, Brooklyn; week. 11 tf Centre t Street/ ,
day morning for the famous fishing grounds, I Susmann. B. ston J A Packard and wife, ---_ _::J 01'1"| old .P. C).. Building.'OIIEX O. H. OAKEN,

(or waters) near the drawbridge. The partywas Chicago; John }'id,lick and wife, Galena, .METIIOPOLITAX DIVING
Ills S J Hlou.lworth Pensacola IS Leiber
composed of Major R. M. Grinnell, of ; ; ROOM, CONTRACTOR
T V Boynton, NY.; CKtnna, Milwaukee; t
New York, who with his family has been o !' );.',, Maine; C Decker, "the !smallest man (Opi>osite: the Poet Office,) : ".'!f l'U'TCIUQI

spending the winter at the Kginont ; Mr. T. in the world";; E'V Martin, Atlanta; II B I
wifelidliW.1n ,
/ ;
R. Crawford of New York, who has been a ,
Mrs W Durant, Chicago II 1- Angel and ,
of the fur several and ; 1'H1TII'll TRANSIENT BOA RDINO. 4
guest Egmont -
wife, Genej.eo, X Y ; C T Junes and wife, 41 AND 43& air STREET,
declares that Fernandina J is the mot com. Elberson, X J: BOARD ItEUIYULE. 'Xo pains spared to WEATHERBOARDING:: SHEATHIXG: ( : ,

fort able and enjoyable place he has found in suit customers. 17-3m JurkHonllle, Florida. -
'ph Florida after visiting most of the popular Passenger List. AND ,
resorts in the eastern ixirtioa of the ttate.; Steamship Western Tejrat, from New York, WJI. H. C. DURYEE, Juke
his two sons, who 'with the other members March 10: '
of his family are also at the Egmont:: ; Mr. W. To Jactfjnv'OU II Brown, C W Hodge, ENERAL: COMMISSION MERCHANT, ORDEIW PROM1TLY ATTENDED: : TO. Stair and harrh Work
J. Woodward Master of Ceremonies, and a A J Smart: J U Taylor, J Moore and wife, -------------- A SPECIALTY.XORS : .

huge and mysterious-looking! package Haiti John Slingerland, A Peron, John Grosmaine, CCNTBB: HT., NEAR: R. R. DEPOT, MILS. ANNE CI .\JtKE,
to contain lunch" and which gave forth an Fred Grosmaine, U McDonald.To AND WINDOW FRAMES {
ominous rattling as the porter shouldered it, -trrlan-Juhn Lane. FERNANDINA: .'LA. TIJIRU) ST., BET. CMTBE A. ALACHVA,
supposed to have proceeded from the dishes To ..'"fIUlau-lIun G C Woodruff and wife, OF ALL SIZES.
\ OIJ,. The "three timbers" referred to wereMr. Hon 0 8 Heymourand wife, lion Chas hell Hay, Corn, Ollt_. FERNANDINA: FLA., Poet Office Box 171.Jan4 .

Crawford, senior, Maj. Grinnell both of and wife, Mrs J C Dickennan, Mrs I) C Sanford : |.tf .Fernandina, FU.
whom are experienced anglers, and Dr. W. Mr D Black and wife Miss!! Emily: :SBabemk -- --- ---- -- -- DEALER IX THE: -----

II. Crawford, a* the others unly went alongto Miss Virginia Babcotk. Heth Gliabcock Or. ,UtTlIl't C'. FORD, :% fASONIC.-Tliere will lj a regular comJ .
"see the sport." The results were manifest 3atn'11S'yrnan. Jr., Rev T G Dar. Cholr+Ht Fruits andCONFECTIONERIES Vegetables", 1 JL municatioii of Amelia Lodge. Xo. 47,
in a very handsome string;, of Ibh-t'han. ling, Mi*< Darling! Mrs W It Host wick, F L TTVEXTLST. ..'. & A. M., on Monday evening, February
nel bass, red-fish, etc., some Iai hh'.culur'll PLttt, Goo Robeaon. : :: ETc.Blt.s' ZSoI, at 71 oYlot kharji. Transient brethren
countenances, and "lots of solid enjoy Steamship City of Austin, from Nassau, Fourth .St., bet. Centre and Abuhua: 1 are fraternally Invittsf 1 to attend.
nient." They will go again shortly, antis \ March 10 : Garden BmLi, Flowers, Farm and II i W. F. SCOTT, W.. M,
:* trap we be there to see. C 11 MorrU, B W StiHweU and lady J 43 tf FERXANDIXA, FLA. Garden ImpletuenU. .. 7 tf J.OHJI ..\. WIIITSBY, Secretary,


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JACK80 VILLF., FLA., Oct. 5, 1870.!)
.f ,ATLANTIC, GULF & WEST; INDIA TRANSIT On and after this date Trains on this Road

1 RAILROAD will run as follows : LIVER AND KIDNEY PAD ,

( U'alilu ranch/ ,)
AMICUMBERLAND Leave Jacksonville!' ...................... 5:30: r. M. I CURES J Ju'Im
ROUTE.: I.e.'aveVhitc House.................... 0:15;: I'. M.
t q" "' w KM rtYSJtb Leave Baldwin.................. ........... 7.00:( p. M. COMPLAINT, KIDNEY DISEASE, FEVER: AND! AGUE:, CATARRH,

vv III E.Qi'ct J-H'n/fIfY lut, 1880.GlHNIl Leave 1)urbyvine.......................... 7:25: I'. M. FEMALE: WEAKNESS: ; RHEt'MATISM DYSPEPSIA) : ; :::) ,**- ,
Leave Sanderson\ ......................... 8:07!: p. M. : NEURALGIA, ; : ,

!40C!!!. Leave OluMcc! .............................. 8:43: : p. M. SIDEACHE: BILIOUS; COl'LAIXTnllll: any l Disease: '
t "'yt Leave )It. Carrie.......................... !0.03/: ; r. M.:
Leave Atlanta, Ga. 2.15 \'. :M. Arrive Lake City......................... 0.30:;) r. M. arising from Disorder of the Stomach\ \ or Blood.Price ,

I.e.'a'eIacon: (in. 7.45 I1. M. Lave Live Oak........................... 2.15: : A. M. to ,1 1 1
heave Brunswick, ( i.15( A. M. Arrive Tallahassee....................... 7.00: A. M. ftiJ" One Dollar. Sent by mail on receipt of price. Liberal discount
Arrive Fernandina, Fla..............10.15 A. M. Arrive ...... ... Dealers.\
CureIs Albany .. ..... ... .......10:15: I:> A. M.:
Ague heave Fernandina\ .10.I.O: A. M. Arrive Savannah......................... ,O.oo: A. :M. GI O. 1Il'(: IIIS: A RICO., /.gent!*, ',(

Arrive Baldwin, .. 1.25:. p. M. Leave Savannah .......................... 4:30::;' p. M.: No. 1 West Bay Street, corner Ocean, ,'
n purely vegetabln bitter :and Leave Baldwin! for tonic, and is warranted a speeuv powerful and Arrive Jacksonville iCum. Route).. 2.: ."> 1''. at.i Leave Talla'iusseo'!; ....................... 5:45: J'. M. JACKSONVILLE! ,

!'I certain cure for Fever and Ague, Chills: i cave I1111twiliir( Cedar K\-.... ViI 0 r. M.: ]Leave Live Oak.......................... 2:15: A. M. ""
Leave Lake ('It\ ......................
; and Fever, Intermittent or Chill Fever Arrive Waldo Junction. It. R .. ,till'. M. : .... :3:50: A. M.
Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, I i Leave Waldo".( ..) 4.20 I'. M. !Le'iveMt.: (Carrie.......................... 4:18:J A. M. I ARLINGTON NURSERIES.

I 1'erlodlcal or Bilious Fever, and nil Arri\'cOuillI\'illc.................... rl.l 17 I'. M.: L<'.iveOhi tce............... ............... 4:40: A. M.
malarial c1IRordt>rs. In miasmatic districts Leave Gainesville i .. ii.2J! Lc'ivv: :Sanderson:; .......................... 5:20::! ) A. M.
p. M.
the rapid pulse, coated. tongue, thirst Arrive Cedar \ ., S/.3U:; J'. M. LI.u\.l.JarJ\'villt.! .......................... 5:55: ) A. M. -- ,
Im4ltlltlelo4 of appetite, pain In the back Trains to Jacksonville and North. of Baldwin Leave Baldwin\ ............................. 0:40;: A. M. "
and loins, and coldness of the !spine' and ]Leave White House.................... 7.05: A,1>. TROPICAL and SILMI-TIIOPICAL DECIDUOUS "
daily. :
extremities: are only premonitions ofseverer Arrive, Jacksonville! ..................... 7:50: A. M. f
which terminate in the 001 NO NORTH.! .
ague paroxysm symptoms, succeeded by high fever Leave Cedar( 4.1.1 A. :M. On Mail and Express Train Sleeping Cars nnd iVI.IUitiiNHRUUS: : : and FL01VERIXG: PLANTS. .
and profuse perspiration.!: Arrive Gainesville. H.41 A. N. run through to nnd from Jacksonville and ;'

It is Leave Gainesville....................... :f..i">0) A. M. Savannah: ; also, Lucas! Sleeping Cars run ._-
n !startling' fact, that quinine, arsenic -
nnd other minerals form the Arrive \Valdo! ( I'. R. R. June.). !H..I') A. :M. through to and !from Jacksonville and Tallahassee. .
t' poisonous' ; ,
I .
. basis.: of most\ of t the Fever} and Ague! Leave \ o. !H.) ;, > A. M. : X.. W.NII CHOICE; VARIETIES: SPECIALTY.
> Preparations," "Specifics' ," "Svrups," and Arrive Baldwin..........................12.17: p. M. PERNANDINA: : :) EXPRESS.: ::::: '('Dur.v.) Buddedrauge'l'rces<< MADE\ A

"Tonics; ," in the miuu ket. The preparations Leave .Jal'k!<'JlI\'ille (Cum Umte.tt.t1.\; ) .\. :M.: LC..VC .II.k.oll\'i11.: ".......................11:15: ; A. :M.Arive --
111:1.1frolll these mini-nil poisons Arrive 'Baldwin I,I .....l.ViO: ;: I'. M. : Baldwin..l:!:::" J'. M.Arrive .
although!;! they nrc palatable' and,t may: IVrn.-indimi...................... :3:40: I'. M.: Jiff Send for DClcril'tll'atulllgUl'' .
{ break the chill do not cure, but leave the I Leave Baldwin.12.10: p. :>II.I Ix'avul'Vrnandinu.......................10:30:
: A. M. ALIIEIST: i. 1111)\\,1':1.:
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Arrive Fvrmmdiim\ ...................... 3.40 .
malarial and their in J' M.
own drug poison
Leave: Baldwin............................ 1:20: p. t.
Leave Fernandina....................... 3.45
the r. M.
:system producing:; /nuinism, dizrincss ltf
Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35 JACKSONVILLE FLA.
: p. ar
ringing in thu ears, headache, vertigo, and Leave Brunswick! ....................... H.OO) p. M. __,___.._____, _
other disorders more formidable. than the Lcavefaeon.. H.40 A. :M. Passengers! for Fernandina and Cedar Key u.

disease! they were Intended to cure.AYFII'S Arrive Atlanta, Ga.............. 1.15; r. M. take this train. No train from Baldwin to
: AofK; Ci'KK thoroughly eradicates 'Trains!\ to Cedar Key and South of Baldwin I Cedar Key on Sunday.CONNKCTIONS. SANBORN & HOYT "

these noxious poisons from the system, daily except :Sunday .-At Baldwin with A., G. &

amid always cures the severest cases. It PENINSULAR RAILROAD, W. L T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville SECOND STREET, NEAR CENTRE.
<.< contains no quinine, mineral or any thing:; ( Waldo Branch.) and Fernandina, and all points North and
that could injure tho most delicate patient West ; at Lake City for Tallahassee! Albany,
and Its crowning (excellence aboveits GOING HOUTH.! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
; :; Savannah, ami all points North and West
certainty to cure, is that it leaves the Leave Waldo Junction................ (H.OO A. M. at Jacksonville with St. Johns' River Steamers GROCE R S SHIP
system as free from disease as before the Leave Hawthorne. 7.40A.M. j. :s. MCELROY, ,

attack. Arrive Lochloosa! ........................ 8.10.\.111. "'. :\1. DAVIDSON" Master Transp'n.
: For Liver Complaints AVER'S AGCECotta IN
OOINO NORTH. _.Superintendent.. :.
biliary, by direct action drives on out the the liver poisons and Leave Lochloosa.............. .........10.00\( A. M. : | HAY, I I CORN, I I OATS, I I nUU'K,1| | LIME:, I I tt('.I I
apparatus stimulates Leave Hawthorne.......................10.45 A. M. :MALLORY'S:
which produce these complaints, and -
tho system to vigorous, healthy Arrive Waldo Junction) ......... ......12.15 r. M. ---
condition.We Trains from Waldo to Lochloosa: and return STEAMSHIP: LINE. 1

warrant It when taken according Tuesday, Thursday\ amid Saturday. FLORIDA A LARGE STOCK OF FURNITURE: .\\'.\Y ON HAND.


Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Only Direct Line to New York. _______ __n
Close connection is made at Atlanta Ga.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, to arid from all points North, East, West! and Winter Season 1870 niul 1880. I CIIAIII.STO.V.' : S.\ ,',\XXAII .

Lowell Mass.: Northwest daily.AT \XIJ) K LOU IDA
With Trains for Eufaula, Columbus!: Ga.,
1\ JACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA: : AND Montgomery, Mobile and! New Orleans.AT INLAND STEAMBOAT COMP'Y. "\7 XTEll :SCHEDULE.The : :. t,

new h'IIl'ular'I' steamer
With New York and Fernandina Steamship
! TALLAHASSEE:, FLA., February 3, Hl O. J I Line from New York on Wednesday, at WESTERN TEXAS: Taking Effect Tuetdny, December Si, 1S79. ST. JOHNS, x xCAPT.

1 On and after Monday, February 2, 18S0, iO.30 a. m., and for New York on Friday, at
passenger trains! of this roud will run us follows i.40 p. in.; from Nassau, N. 1'., on Wedncs- CITY OF AUSTIN, No SEASICKNESS! No OCEAN DANGERS
viz: lav ; for Nassau N. 1', on Wednesday.
With Georgia and Florida Inland :Steajn-
PASSENGER TRAIN-EAST!: HOlTXn.I that Co. from :Savannah omi'rnesduyVednes- CITY OF DALLAS. -
Leave Chattuhoochcc..daily at..... 2 00 I'. M.
Friday and for Savannah!:
I lay, Sunday ; on
Leave Quincy...................: ...... :3 22: J'. M Tuesday Friday,! and Sunday. A STEAMER OF THIS LINE WILL ,' ,
( Leave Tallahassee............. .,.... 000( p. :MLeave With Charleston Steamers: (St. JohiCt and leave FERNANPINA:' EVERY; THURSDAY : -
::1 Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 J'. M from Savannah and Charleston : for NEW YORK ; and from NEw: YORK, LEO VOGEL, ".,
"I its 1'ulntj : Pier :20 East River, EVERY: : FRIDAY for i.. ........ ., Will leave Fernandina for
Leave Greenville.............. ...... 8! .W p. M Wednesday and Sunday ; Savannah: and! -------; Jacksonville, Pa
:' Leave Madison.................. ...... Otj:! P. III. \iarleston Monday anti Friday. Florida 3 p. m. latka and intermediate landings! on St. Johns
: Leave Live Oak..... ........... ...... 2 15 A. M. With Steamer flora daily to and! from St. This Line, having no transfers to make Tin STEAMERS: River, and Savannah and Charleston as fol
: Arrive Savannah.............. ...... WOO( A.M. ..Lr"II' Ga. and semi-weekly to and! from between Jacksonville and New Yorkot't.3the "CITY OF IJR1DGETOX: ," lows :
(ii Arrive Thomasville ........... ...... 0 55 A. M. L. Mary's, River, Landings.! best!' and cheapest transportation to Flor- ('111'1.' JOHN FITZGERALD, rom Fernandina, for' Jacksonville and

;t. Arrive Albany.................. ......10 25 A. M ida shippers. "DAVID I'alatka.rClhll'sllar, March\ ;3, 10:30: A M.
J '. Arrive Lake City............... ...... 335 A. M AT BVLIMVIN, FLA., Oranges will receive special care in hand CLARK WARD 10, 0.30A.M.:

Arrive Baldwin................ ...... 0 25 A. 1)r. With Trains for Live OakTallaha'lcl'.alld:' 11 IIg. Captain a' 17, 10 A. M. ,
Arrive Jacksonville.......... '* ...... 7 50 A. M, all points in Middle\ and West Florida. PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS: ARE After hu'lnltln l'r one extensive repairs, u 24, 4 A. :M. :)
. 'r > Arrive Fernandina........... ...... :340 p. M, A'r LOCHLOOiU FLA., FIRST-CLASS. are now in FIRST-CLASS! ORDER in every From Fernandina for Savannah and Char

, t'' Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... :501 r. M. With Steamer Aljilia for all points and The traveling public are offered the advantages department, and will perform the Il'l-ton Friday, March" 5, 4:30: ) p. M.

. '1. Arrive Cedar Key .............. ...... UO:; p. M landings: on Orange Luke, on arrival of Peninsular of a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT ONLY INSIDE ROUTE SERVICE Monday Friday: ; 12 H., 10:30: 8 A.A. M.M. %."

i i PASSENGER\ -WTIST; ; BOUND. : Railroad Train.ATOVINESVILLi. ANY CHANGES.; ; Connections made at between Savannah: and Florida! connectingat :Monday, 15, 12:30::; p. M.
Leave Jacksonville .....daily at.... 5 30 p. u. :, FLA., Jacksonville! with all steamboats for .nil Savannah with the lirst-class; Steamships{ Friday, 't W.) 3 p. Ji. ;
Leave Feruandina ............ ......10 :30 A. M. 'points on the St. Joint's Ocklawaha and of the Yean Steamship! Co. for New York Monday; ( :!3. 7 P. M.
Leave Gainesville ......... ..... ...... II 02: A. M.'r With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa'from on Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad also with Philadelphia Baltimore and I Jos- Friday. ; :-II. 9:30: A. M. .
''r Leave Cedar Key .............. ...... 4 :30 A. M.Leauc )Ionday'l.'tlIlosclay\ and Saturday ; at Fernandina for all railroad stations ton Steamers. Monday, 20 12111.
and ,
I Baldwin ................. ...... 7 Iii) p. M. Ocala and 'fulUl'TUl.'sIlay, Friday Sun in Florida. GOING SOUTH. Close connection made with steamers for
Leave Lake City ............... ...... 1J 10 I'. M. day.AT David Clirk I Mellonville and Elltl'rprbe.llso with
Leave Savannah I ............... ...... 4 :50( I'. M. CEDAR: KEY, FLA., Jo'HF.IOIITXn PASSENGER I RATES Leave avl\nnah.llInc1ay Afternoon/Thurs for (O klavvuha River ; also at Savannah steamers
I f' Leave Live Oak................ ...... :2 15 A, M. With Tampa Steamship Co.'s Line for LOWER: TIUN BY INDIRECT LINES.1rtrThruuglu day Afternoon. I I. with. steamers for New York Philadelphia
: Leave Madison ................. ...... :.I S 51 A. M. Tampa and ManateeGmitlaytuul Thursday.at \ Arrive Fernandina..Tuesday Evening, Friday and Baltimore, and at Charleston with steamers
Leave Greenville.............. ...... 4 3'J: A. M. 4 p. in., and for Key WesrSunday and 1 Rates and Bills of leading Evening.: II for New York Boston, : Philadelphia Bali -
i Leave Monticello .............. ...... :5 00) A. M. Thursday, at 6 i j p. m. to all points.' City of Bridycton i timore. with Northeastern and South Carlo-
.... ..... With the United States and Havana Fast tf Steamers of this Line sail direct from Afternoon Saturday
Arrive Tallahassee. .. ... 7 l0 A. ) 5 Leave Tallahasse.............. ...... 8 :30 A. M. :Mail Steamer Admiral fur Key West, Havana, FERNANDINA to NASSAU, N. P., under Afternoon. i vv est.
,jo' Leave Quincy................... ......10 OS A. )t. Cuba I on arrival of I Special Train, every Tuesday contract with the Bahamas Government, Arrive Fernandina":.Wednesday! ) Morning, 'I }
f Arrive Chattahoochee....... .1 ......11 30 A. M. afternoon at 4.30) p. in. From Havana, and are the only steamers; that land ut the Sunday :Morning. : FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER' ACCOMMO
CONNECTIONS.At Culia, and Key West every Saturday. Special pier' in Nassau.R. Arrive Jackson y3lle..VVednesdav Noon DATIONS.

Live Oak daily with the Stvannah, train to connect. W. SOUTH WICK, Agent, Arrive l'alntku.\Vednesdmy Evening.GOING '; !i I Through Tickets and Staterooms secured ;
!I Florida and Western Railway and from With Steamer Knttrnrut, for. points on the Fernandina.C. and al! information furnished at office corner :
Savannah and all Northl'rli. Eastern and Suwannee !River on '1 hursdays at ((5 a. m. II. MALLORY CO., NORTH. : l\ntre-and! Second stretts.joiy t J'
For information respecting routes, rates Pier :20 East: River New York 2-tf City of BriJgetlI- ; on..". .,t .
Western Cities .. ___ _,_ __ J IA- '
At Lake City daily with the Florida! Central t'h', apply tl> Leave Palatka..Thul'S4 Afternoon
Railroad( to and from Jacksonville., A. MU-DONELL) NT. MARY'S RIVER PACKET. Leave Jacksonville............Thursday. Night. i'I.CUtlD.XD. HAVANA. '
I Gcn'l! Ticket and Pass. .\ ('nt. ,
Falatka Leave Fernandina..Sunday 3.30::$ p.m., Friday.
i Augustine, Elltl'rl'rlicl\lId FAST '
r' on the St Johns River. _D---:E- l\AX\ULL'Oen'l,-----Supt.- _:21! --...' ..JY Arrive Rwannah.., lun.a Morning, Saturday "TEEKLY MAIL SERVICE. ; .
I At Baldwin with the Atlantic Gulf t Morning.
daily : -r
: and West India Transit l Railway to and from Paula Clark 1 Y
.Fernandina (Gainesville\ Cedar Key, and --.-...--. "-,..-.. Ix'ave Fernandina..Tuesilay! Evenijig: Fri-
) :
with steamers lor: Tampa, Key West: and lay Evening.; df
1111\'I\I1a. 1'111' Arrive :Savannah. Night, Saturday

At Chuttuh'MK-tuv three times with DOORS::, SASH: BLINDS1'aiuts ; Night. .
: wivkly JOHN '' '' ''''''
t'vrr. IHHUUM: 1 South ..... :? _'J:' _
the J'I'I'plI.hll': and Central: Line Boats to NOTE.-On) hail trip: and North -:..;, --u.__

and) from Columbus, Eufaula: Fort Gaines, mid LnhrlcutiHK Oils., WILL IMN: ox THE: MARY'S: RIVer the David Clark will cull at and all way landings.from Performed by the new and elegantly apl

Apalachicola! and other River: Landing. : during the season as follows : Fernandma All trip! terminating connect with Transit starting ltailrollllxpn'tt.i ointed! steamship! ADillRAL! ): (sidewlJeel),
"Elegant Sleeping and Parlor (iuehes, RED; C SAFETY: OIL .\ :SPECIALTY.: : I Leave ST. MVRY'S EVERY: :MONDAY and }-; Train to and from JI\'K"tllJ\'ilIc.aud according to the following schedule : ,
j Woodruu" and Lucas Patent run daily be 1'111r11SD.1YUUNING;; I at 6 o'clock, for there with Steamers to and from all landings Ix>a\e Cedar Key on 'luewlay. morning.
. :: hreen'1'allaha.tsee and JIIl'ksUII\'iIll' FEHXAMUM:' : and will leave FERNNDIXV: on the :St.; Johns also to and from Gaines I (Passengers from :Savannah: !leave! by "steamer,
1i: Jt-if Quick( time, sure connection perfectsafety. same days at 8 a. in., for Coir PI.NCKNEY: \'iIll''alI"" Cedar Key, etc. Tickets are (City of Bridgcton on Saturday p. in. Leave
i' EDGAR. VLIET. Nl'I.\I. AOEXTS FOR anti all intermediate landings on the river. sold through to and troin all the above I Fernandina or Jacksonville by Transit Railroad
}i ; :: o-t( Master! Transportation.STREETY Returning EVERY: TUISDAY) and FRIDAY points and when Steamer City of Kridgcton train :Monday mmilLrrh'e) at yt
I. .nto-1:1I.: [.\It'IX'10'1: :. -:."', will arrive at Sr. MARY'S at 5 p. in., runs: through, between Savannah: and I'alat-; Key West Wednesday morning. Arrive at
.V ) JlI'ullal'Ih1l't '
toe hin: at FFKX\M>IM, .
ka also have the choice of I
: going:
j passengers
I : I.lWIX'I.Hf: : MONEY DRAWER, On WEDNESDAYS: ) and :SATURDAYS bv rail between Fernandina and Jacksonville. Returning leave'Havana Thursday even .
(Price $4.50.i ) will 1":1"T.:: MVKV'S at b'M a. in., and can ing. Leave Key West Friday morning. Arrive .,

i! ERNANDINA, FLORIDA) IK chartered for excursions toDungeuesM For State-Rooms, Tickets and all other Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at
::4 ] WOODEN: JACKET:: SHIPPING CAN.jSTOVES particulars, apply to the following Agentsand Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit
! :; i : Offices Railroad Saturday evening and at Savannah .

I :.' INVrACTUKERH AND DF.ALEKS: IJTStove and other points of Interest "in the vicinityof Savannah: Ga.-Cor. Bull and Bryan Sts., by steamer L'ity.of Bridgtton Monday: morning -
,' : TIN WARE.jiirTm :.; Fernandina. opposite Fulaski: and Screren House. ), thus forming the shortest l''Bible sea )
route between the United
t -t Fernandina.. }'Ia.-At the Egmont Hotel States and Cuba. ,
-. .' *, Henters and RUHRCM, Roofing and Guttering by skilled Through' BUN or Ladingby and to Cupt. Jno. L. Ronmillat Agent. PASSAGE: RATES.

,'". workmen, at low rate*. Steamers Jacksonville Fla.-Corner Bay and Pine .t
MALLORY'S LINE: of to all Cabin
1 Bta., Dr. L'Engle's Drug Store; A. C. Lan- ;
i. TIN AND 'SHEET IRON WARE. points l on the St. Mary's. Savannah to lIu\"ana.i: $48/ 50
;', (10; WEST BAY :STREET::; phere, Ticket Agent; A, L. Hungerford, Fernandina to Havana..... :26 00 38 00 ,

,I r Close Connection A ent. Jacksonville to Havana ... =2 j U() :38 50 'l
JACKSONV1LLE, FLORIDA. :St.::; Augustine, Fla.--On the B.l'R., F. For statcroom and
t ROOFING AND GUTTERING. tickets apply' to LKVB "
.' made with the New York and SavannahS Armstrong Agent. & ALDENS Tourist Offices. '1
Sign of the Golden Stove. 22-tf ': Mark all go\*U "l'ur"'I'fStl'aJuer Palatka, Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers A Co., Savannah, Ga.-Curner Bull
,, and Bryan
T".r flora, Fernandina. Agents. street II. A.
C.LL.Agent.. J-
;:. n' received of l-'l'rnallUna-Eguwut Hotel. A. L. MEL-
Just -u large consignment ACIXMMODATIONS FOR PASisengers. General 1'nt'il'njt'rgl'nt.! !' LEN, Agent.JacksonvilleCorner.
/ AND BUILDER.Alachua : Etcvurion3sts: and Tourists will W. F. BARRY ..t
r::. Stoves. The "COOK'S JEWEL": : !is appropriately find this a wry attractive trip, as: the scenery General Agent: Savannah A, C. KAM'H ERE Bay and line streeU. .
Street, between Second And Third, is grand and alligators and other game are J. N. HARR1MAN, St Agent, r;
L it U We will not .tugnL.tllne-On) the Dar. D. 1-'. APiM.STItONG .
name a jewel. abundant.For U_ __ )lanug r.JOB -1,
I further information! apply to -- -- 2U-tf-!
be undersold. Orders and estimates from distance care JOHN RICHARDSON, PRINTING, in every style, and at IUDETOTJlE MIRROR. ,.

J ly SECOND ST., OPPOSITE< :; ft full attended to. itt' : tt Fernandina, Fla. lowest rate, at the MIKSOB office. SUIl. ; $1 for six montlu.I $2 PER


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