Florida mirror
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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 24, 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: UF00054505:00054
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,I, sgm; .WL EKL Y. F L gltN AN DIN A I I''L'\ ., WEDNESDAY> :; ( ) ;MARCH 21 t, I 1880. VOL. 2. NO. :III:a.! A

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I'nlklll'n-IInw- their : ; ."':.1 ni.ir/r- Tin; 1'111:11"l'I1'I'i.sI,1t0,11): : i track laving I h\Ig-f, building and for some of
1T.. ;guished! with ll..I'II.t1'11 work The ,
f.lIl1l.1 '1111 thy ( in 11"llta/ I" < >
}r ,'i BY KVrilllK UY.VN.My I lies-from England France: (iermany, 11; 1:010.IOnI.: Tbosti-amer Mr.<;iii>lti'i, III' the \1 ( the I'ul'ilil'si'lruf the hillllI't: 1IIl",11 IIXlol" (

r h: I'PCtal'l' wI'llrh..llllHllllv. hanI"nr'III'I..I- Italy, are now) sujuurninghereminl! lavishing i The cdii.ir, of the \,> /j'/I"tl //.'/"/ I,' /,.. hrsvrile'Y I and Havana line, which I\IIH.I early on I fir' us to come over : 111''i h (to get '
boundless I'crnanlinallarcll;, h.a" "r.ill:" !. :and among its I.1'l..i !
My I soul oppressed 1-: on ourclimato: words. expressing: 11"11 \: :11,11IIIII'IIIII la..I.II
\ : tho engineer, was I work.'i tot I begin once at
*: Ami with desire: have I long; dosircdHost delight. More than one have told us we : of (our (IIWI and its nlir.i.; ;ions : I 01\ W1111':111'\II' I.11'111 )h'xl'l, where ho !l.\.ml points;\01 on the !ollrlliotlt

"- r;. : ,-only (Host. most resemble: \ Italy, and fully equal' ;: that' i This} \ph.is.mt; town I N l'al'II.,1, from "k. went 1i1' : ,f t to !survey' I "No ; for I time :shall bo busy on this
':.,: clime In charm of l balmy air, soft I !'IIII\'II' in I few hours: In rll.r. w iter. The the route f"rtll'lIIl"-Ol.ll\IIItl'll': .. '1'1 When W(' get n chance fo push on \\1
",' 1'is hard to toil,-when toil is: almost vainIn sunny the plcrtsanter II tl"I\.I. although ,: I"III: \ t :11.11. across! : 111\'II'IIII1! 1110t'l'1101Ilaillt' will drillsto : !
barren skies and. Hashing waters\ where tilt on snowy I the railroad f;.<'ilities pivtiy lh.11 llrvlroaid! l'IIIHI'1 Atlnhtic t with the i work at I .
i waYII-; I wings our bonny pleasure' yacht laden. with -for Florida.IVrnandina. I'aiilie. Mrlac.llpine fo report I How long will the I construction of the
'Tis hiinl -IIIW-I1I1.IIW\'t'r: garner I grain the d,>ui:>le advantages 1'11'11'0 I "
pos-cs-es' : his observations to the the Tohuantepee '?
of ralt11w and!l'autyc11nugh Otl"If tln,11Ik(
e !
,", I In harvestdays.The I gay parties of being on the seash5)rc| iud, of having i : 1111'101'1'11 11111atiy: 'lf I. "It was to have boon built !in Ihl'l'l''al"'*, '
; kindle' 11lIIinI'4 not over romantic: bright I I ; best h..h'i'llll the, Tnetihiug '
one tithe Mexico, 111..lt olllco at No. Z2 Uro.id- but six 11IIIthlllul11t'a.I slipped away,
i, burden of my days: is: hard to hoar,- dreamof fairy land :Shall; v\e wisely profit !I hero is unsurpassed: : ami the upper.ttulitil's way' and\the pii-sident: of which is F.dwardLearned. : : !'II it h'HH'l: oiilv (1\1 and I a halt\I I.ar" "

Hut (Sod knows best. by these: phl'I\IIIIII'nall1.I\/lntag"'II'? I If so, we I II for indulging; in thi.4ultv.tsldt'a! :all : \. Mr. MaeAlpine went in (company I How( long is: the line? t

,\11.11 1 have prayed-but! vain has boon my\ must 1 extend ami! improve our entertaining I I la'IIIIII'II'I''IIII1( The town is aid is !.situated to be will M. \'UI Hrooklin. formerly; st\'rrinlrn- I "OI.Illlrl.,1, and (filly miles in round
1 ; I'ailroad
'whi of the, Metropolitan' l'.levated: : IIllh.I, though this may: vary somewhatwhen
}lI'arl'rP"r facilities: by 1a1l\'ln.nllorl'; larger ami granderhotels. :I eighteen miles! long by 1\1 and onc-halt' in who remains in Mexico to superintend the a I' gel into the mountains and I !sooprecisely
Itl."tt-sweet Uest.: The three great houses WI' now have width. The beach i Is the Burst". in the world: pn liminary work 'j \ what curves and turn-outs it will 1
are excellent, and full of 11I1't1"1 ntauydote n statement which 1 11111111 hesitate to make' 1'estendayitfrrnnun: Ir. :Mai-Alpine( ho noeessiirv to make"
'Tis li.inl, to \plant in \\I'illg-all.IIIl'n'I'. reap\ visits to Cape Mav. Newport\ HWM Hrocklin "
afl'I'IT\1al',1, an account of his trip to I reporter.He : How !i-l: 111',1'1111 ?
had. we them, might; to-day be filled \ and I ought, of itself l alone, I
The Autumn-yield;j'I'i" \ said that( he ha.ll"t found; the engineering Ho is enjoying himself immensely and'!
hard: to toil,-ami when 'tis tilled tovvvep and materially' bcnetitnlshvutlsstand! to make the fortune ofFeruandinansa. place ; dilllonlties of (tho first sixty miles of the goes !stamping' about as though ho wore Km-
ing\ so) many: who; are invalids at homo" ami! of resort.! Flr a distance "I I tvvcntvonomiles l'I-oII'I'1: end of the road any greater than I poror' of .Mexico, mad bnlldo/.os tho Indian
\ here seeking health we know of none! sick. this 11IIIiI''ltlllil Island: Beach would be met In covering the !same It'llll i accordingly. Ho has the best. of health anti
O'er fruitless: field.\ ; affords; I the most! delightIul'Irive' imaginable! of level ground with n'.id-bed is pushing'hings( at a lively "
t The uniform word is, "I 1 am rapidly, h improving. solid that the wheels of I "1'1\,
being; so firm and ( a United Sates 11'e start on IIi i"I''ar I return ;?
And I so I cry a weak and, humble cry- i Oh tllisisuclieiuns't..lliuatl11r : heavy barouche make no impression\ upon the mouth of tho Coat/.acoalcos! ', where "I I"ll'l'II1't wi say. l'I'rhnp-Ilol: until next wil
So -oppressed. I'/'I'I'. the smooth( sand: ,over which the horses! there 1:41 I harbor which can by the outlay of tor or fall, when the road will have been F
,\11.1,0 I :sigh a weak and hasty sighFor !\ praise with noiseless tread. .\t I the lower very little money bo made one, u of t the nil.or pushed: on to (ho foot of the hills where the
r Till sTiuwnunnr cnor. end of the beach: i is Foil Clinch, an interesting ou the cunstisl11exiesl: : The bar now hasonly real engineering' work 11' II:4. I don't anticipate
Itl'st, liar: Host.: I.t The cultivation of this in I Flllri.1a. relic oft ho war, and near by is I primitive fourteen foot of water, but' this depth ..I'i. any trouble at all, and wo (.::1 ;get, besides
; trap light-house, perched, .I upon I the 1'1"1 of a ter 1'0111.1111'. I doubled by very simple engineering o good workmen from the nowomplot-
wllulIlllll'rll-l" the desert I
:My way : : years: seems( to be mainly confined to the :St.: Johns small Ilwl'lin.t; Flrt"'I' Ilall, upon the devices! so I that no I U,"Ihh. will bo ; 1.,11011.1 in Now Mexico, who will bo glad. to
And cares infest river and has: \'xl'11I1I'11'l'r! largely! duringthe hiuhest i.II, !is atllh'I' lightliouso met with on that j1'011.\" o'uno down t Ihl'rl'lllt work on Tchuante-
My path, and thro' the !Mowing of hot tears: present' season.: It would be well for of greater pretensions' which can be What is the I of the country'!" I poo marl"

i t _;"'."'_" .,' I pine for, Host. persons living along the Transit: lload ,and seen Ibis "11'11 I i is long I that distance., The' drive I, 11"1 Well, 'oll'all see for, yourself;" pointingtoamap I I "What pllllt: or tl'I'I'II111' you on'
one :1,1111.1 ( ; "for ( forty the the ?
X 11.tlll't' IlIit'l Irllll'
f. 1'wa.s; always so ; when lilllll'll l.lllai.1 I on Orange like, ns well as: in the vicinity ofFcrnandina. every 1.i'litnrto Florida, fur. at 11o5)therplact'ntresnrt road, passes: : over what 1 11: known 1'4 (ho, I "There I is!I working locomotive( (there and

On) mother's breast: to study up the !subject of this :: in the State 1'11 anything half .so ''WIII region.' This lies: low, and beyond I train 01'1'11'-1.: with plenty of rails mind (timber I
As the )bear I the rallll'lill'1' It is I dl\; 11.1. that one I 1\' trouble,of cutting (tho very densevegetation II and the brigatino ( '(" ) !1"1011 her
profitable industry: plants!
My I wearied i little head, e'en I then 1 prayed I ) and visit .
11'\1'1' lin'l : -1I1'1'I'I'III ; I the I work I is a very simple eharae-I' way down now with n cargo of dutnp-cars,
.\:,. now, for let::-t. same !season they are put out in this, : conn-\ Illr.l" Ill'\ delights t easy :sailing< IIIP\.I\ tilling in for I 111\ .," with rails 1\IIII\'hilll-oI: supplies\ so hat th'f'
try, it is easy: to ('ollllll.'n('(' operation.' The 1.11'1'. of 1'\\allclina is Cumberland, Island 11'1' ; : to In cut from" the !sand-hills will he no delay in pushingtho urksitu now
.\wll I am restless. : :still : 'twill soon be o'er Union furnishes the following valuable in- upon: which 1 11::h',I the famous: ruin /11.1 dumped on the iiI. When Ihill.lrllt : I (that It has got I"tlrl'I"

For, down the'wc5t". I.. fonuation\ the subject. t'pwarusIf1HI-\ 1(<< of IhllI.II.-I.III't.: occupied as ,a place \f, the lulu is I parsed w, 1'111' I into t I .Will Ibo rlIIIIIIH': I much shorter route f'
Life's is and I the shore residence htl'II'ral( :11halit,1 ( irocnc, to any' in the is Ill'X. holie I Pacific'f"
MIII : setting, !HOC : l'IIII.1 wor.I
tHH( > quarts IUlhl''n shipped, it is said I. from whom (the i IIII\ll'I:11 presentedbv : I the raising: I .lt"II\'I'' colVccimdiMni. I .Yes, very much, for (the long; 1'11 down' .
Where I :shall Kcst.: Jacksonville this winter, and! prices \received I the ( '\' years: ago Now it is 1\ thin Indians : 1'llIlIllIa11.1/ Chagros( will bo J
in Northern markets! avcragingaboutMcvciitylive ; Another pleasant (trip can be made; to tit.Mary's in their rule way, but I'l'r, heavycrops. \-IliIWII\ from'Now Orleans (ho run will tbe
.s'i'.ir.vuir.s.. ( Jcorgia, distant: only six miles fromFcrnandina II1'1' short ono (In the now port on the
cents per quart : : vlserethrrrisanearrllcntb"lcl I I Will you "depend on the local trimly and I, 11'lt11'/ mouth of thcCoat/acoalcusKivcr.(
'I'll.it.. Au.iU\..tinv I /'reNS urges the noniin.ttion This crop is much larger; than; wo !supposed. the :1"111'1' I louse, kept by :SI r.,1.11'1'hoilp- Ip'll the I the 1'111111'001,10 \?'' I ( l.Vi miles of'rail! lrn.l. the truss
i of .J..1111 H. :-il il'k IIt'r t for Jovernor.( :< We have inquired' of (the largest!! son, II' ( famous: Koarsargo House, North : ,1'\1"1111'11101; <> built for; through eller l get.s on to tho steamer I for; San Francisoo : -
and I -I uppers' and they all agree New IIaiii >hire, mil the WhiteMountains. the their '
growers Conway | Blt you see company: by in the pleasantest! sort of a The t
TIM: KeyVest:< Iimtrh eontains: a notieuof taut lit least 1 lOo.iHM) quarts will h(. :sllistiedfront { ; These tai w can be made by Irat". from the Mexican'lovomiuont: ( get alternate I rll.lllIl..t boa success: Whl'l once way.built, am! i .
the death; of lion.1::. (C. Howe, who was this point.' The ..III. heavy amt' ex.itLi1 steamer or sail boats, I there Iving plenty ,;1 sections of land, nine miles square as in building it, then arts no engineering r

:State Senator' from Nassau; : county in 1.S7-I. refrigerators haKrell superseded. (111' latter for hire at r'al'llahl'II'i"I''I.! I is important to get ;good 111,1.1111 I II'all dilllcultioH that cannot bo readily overcome.1NUI'RKME I
by better lighter; and cheaper ones: got ton In (the beginning I ( say that IiII'l cultivator to :go ,11\11 /there, }
THE Jity ,;f Itnllux was unable to leave up )by (Col.', Mlliottof the' l Dispatch Line" andHow'en was fortunate in possessing: : ; one of the I hoM sco those 1IIIII'lIlll'lalll"lII.1' grow coffci1 Of f/.OItf/J.I. I
; Hrothors. Thegrowers are\ each having in the-oath. I refer to the I F.g'mont i : '
Jacksonville: i on the 1'Jtli, and the /fmwsays: lintels and wIIIII I Plr4 paying: spoonbitioii. CO' \
more or less made, and will pack them", Hotel.\ This hotel of seventy-live rooms misopened The climate i is warm, but not avVarm
it feared she would not l'Io\'l'r the bar I 18SO.K. .
w.is : : : : TO J. f.
at the I I Ii fields delivering! ; them steamboats to the- public in the winter 1:77.,1 as in ='I'York at times. 'll thermometer 1'\SOn:1 1'I'JIIStJ 'S'It T.I '
the next day. or railroad cars, consigning; ; direct. The capacity bv Capt.; U. II. :-Idlll'r.: ( 'hi'af. and Iy1111I"IIIII'II'I.l'I'ill never rises into nineties. It I. Wilson, Thomas P. Idh'nrc't ill.! '
of the hanu' alith' tl' follow;, t tl Appellants, vs. J.r I D. ( Appellee.Appeal ,
Tiel' 'u icula U'izfUe that the timberbu.ine.ss "' refrigerators: are alli How far: did, you go tho country ? \ Iatll'oll rlI
froiu'thirty to one hundred silt art: -ha kl.t-l.: il t'a-lll.: : III"t is a handsome "I I \\1'110\1' the lino, or the propor-od\ lino,. I I i 1'01 circuit court l for I ..Ila c tutu I
I is booming with t tliehuonling.treanas 1 The examined i is of I the ofi countv I 9IttstlrmIt I
one we capacity structure, fronting upon a rllh''lrk.' and 1 I as far as the lilt, of ( or flu I
and estimates that 10,000( ) sticks will comedown sixty-four i I quarts-made of W I,i I"pi Ill'. There surrounded by flower irardeiH, bordered; with I mountain nudge of tl )'ol'llh'\t.. I a distance ,,(-'. ,I. '
within we.uk.. i is un inside. I box two and u half feet square' orange all palmetto trees The interior of ( of miles, and! for fifty! miles, 1. Power Wil granted l to the probate courtsby I
I two and a h IIf high outside: covered with (the hotel is :supplied\ : with all!) nviderii applU to put 1'\I'nl'Ilwtlll' passed through chapter Ctrl: lavys of !J.<(;:, to order the I
TIIK (KeyVest: {Vidcttc gives: a hriel'1'1I- thick paper. This box is set inside of another anew, iut'lmist Creigbton's oral annuncia a 1'01111'of i this .' 'rllat character. I went I sale: of rl.ll.! tnll' of .1'I'I'llllnt1 for I the Ilr't

l'aphit'lIllIut l'1' of Senators: Jones: and (Call, box, also!: lined' with paper' with an tor, gas runninu water, fire-hose, etc., etc.The over a portion (the with Mr. Vat pose: of distribution.J. t
\ airspace! on the :sides and bottom of one the halls wide, ot' IiI Is necessary for party to ellI ,
.. and If'prestitativelavidsol1.: ellutnrJnllls! ceilings: are high: are tun BI.klilllll II'. ( t'orge: ;. i is tin \\11 I I
; \inch ; a solid, top covers: the whole, and another the guests 1'0.111" are I lirge and, ail'. The (local agent.Most of (fhovv.iy\ \ I !' I ll'\title (lu IllId.. in orderto
Call and
of and 1 Messrs.
is 11'1
forty-sis! : : tl\'l'
: years age solid cover' is screwed on this. The furniture and, carpets wore supplied\ by A. following I; I the top of,...i" 11' Iron 1IIIIIInin a II prevent or remove u F
Davidson each: 1 forty-eight. Jonesis i native baskets: are laid. inside: in tiers, resting onwire T. :Stewart; AT Co.. of New York, and orestrictly which (ho general features of,the adjacentcountry : 101111"1 the tll'nclll' shows that Ins:
of Ireland I I ; Call: Kentucky,', and Davidson' screens.: : Over and above the tiers an I Iir-lt-la.: ..s, having; no equal in Florida. ( ;be tliroti-'hly oh"I'I'v.t. lit", lt 111 /lllllll' lrlor'" sale p
'UI 1"1-
I.Inx I nine inches is let in small ,' : in (' II( .t the admin
of Florida.TIIK ) deep ; ( :, :: 1'111.11111'0 the hotel int'xrt'llellt \ it was HciTsmiry 1111,111",111 11 '
holes: at each corner. In I the bottom let the style, but I'.1 to rl'III'1ol'lh liUIIIIhIIWl''I'I'1110 (the adjoining ; 1011111' I 1.lrtor'l shows I dl"'I'('" II' the priI
ll'-public.in' ; (',III\'l'lIlilllllll.I.1 in Duval water run out ; four movable 11I1I1.1I1'-IlIrt': at on accssunt'sf failing i Iwalh. and the I bacco fields, or to 1.h'I't t position: 1"1'1 on tin I halo ruutt t ordering. (bo sale, 1)111 1IIIIoJ t
county\\ :-i.lluJ'tlay, contained, the [.',,j.J/t says: tI: <'IIl'.IIII'tr. the top. Th! thick paper' H a Iv:: mont was accordingly 1 1IIIl present' top of natural or Irtiidallllllltli I Irol forty I for, such sale 1 for;' tho 1"11'0'4"1, :
white Resolutions: good non-conductor and'! keeps' dampness: proprietor, 'Ir. .\. L. :h.lh'l. gentleman I t.i eighty feet III Mr. I/IIIIVII'lIt of I dtltol 1011'1':1011
but wenadopted rilI'
:seven men. from this inside, and air from the I outside" ; a hotel of long (. ull has located the the I interested in (the estate )
favoiing: (Irani and Settle( ; but the I the air space; is a non-conductor also, and undoubted uhlity.IWII is: hot .I..III.I public I Stlllllhl'I'1\111 BI'ol.kll of the, coast sand-ridges Ihl IlulI? for until the ( contrary N shown, especially whenit

portion" instructing: ; the delegates to give preserves, the temperature.' When reuslyti from his 01 11'1 i.II with the CrllllI.iOll eight miles from C 'oal1I'oa10" to I fluTerra appears: (that the( heirs acquiesced in unit
fill, I the 1'1' is iinsrrewed I by thumbscrews .1'\1'101' ratified the at tho time, and the 1
Illl'ir'ot":4 to Lcdwith for Governor .Ii.lllot upper Saratoga, and also' as prflrilor. Nncvu river, which I with tall purchaser
from the inner cover, the last being; seasonsio.. of the l U-iyal ,' at with I twenty I foot of I Ibis long' stretch of level /11111'4 grantee has had this 11.lb.
pas.s.: It is said, however, that n majority of line 1 111111. the berries placed hoi"I.11I, : \ under sale and deed
rows Nassau \. 1. :11'. .III"II" eOIl\IIII, tlll' country 1 is not overc(9: ( feet above the Ievrlol'ttie Ilrhl'Iol'"I'Ii, "I'1
Ledwith ill-legates; were eltr'te'l.' The I'ulnit on wire screws, till' ice hux filled with ice, Iv: lollt,11I1 : inFlo.ida roalll the or above the sea level" for ten years.:
intimates that the convention was: Hot harmonious "let in at the top' ; the lower and upper covers and at:I ho present writing the hoir' How as to the 1'a.Western or Pacific .1'lioll :3{. Whore a suit bad I boon oommcnccilagainst
deal of ill : screwed. down, and f'\'l'r\1hillri is snug; is 1 completely Hlb-d with \ /'. 1 of ?" an administratrix, ami I judgment by
and feeling
a good : en i for, "shipping\ ; Mr. John (iriflltli, tile Imil.h'r, go hence to 1:1'lllall.: llrllll'r1'111 (lit'r'auenaf tlC.lil not go beyond the foot of themountains default entered' and. an IL"t'K:4I1UlIt of damages -
gendered."ere\ '\ these Mr. H.'s dispassionate !says be will make: finish and complete) the : AV/w/rr 11I'Ihorl1 ly expect as wo shall I begin at I this I end made In 1 Wil, but no .final judgment
refrigerators: for i$.") each With such refrigerators -' series. entered for ten : mind in the
voters? : ; another letter of the "Sunny ollh' tutu work bore for time, HO I makeany years nlanlllll
berricsand I vegetableseanheHltippeslmind ; i 1 ( ot'the I l.t.lHol, Ih'yIrc the administratrix' had sold, the real ('HtII'1cl ,
THK t'l'iridi 'rtureiit describes a curiosityin always reach< the market fresh: and in 1''lllilalill well known 1IIIIIalll.the hit work / afterwards, In 1x7:1: the final Judgment
.IItIt4)1{ HOOT. pretty through;: or
the shape' of an orange : external appearance good order. They are being ordered\ by our other surveyors. The highest 1|IN ont! to bo was cllf'r.1 in (the 11'1111111111'of 1 ,),
truck and,I fruit men about the city, some. This valuable vegetable was thus an lienas
the orange; W11."I11'1/ different fromany Irflutilll reachotj: is ) foot Well levl.I'llIt "huwlllJ imppart I'nt
other, but on opening the fruit a smaller having; twenty or more made. The truck cultivated i with considerable 1'1 !t.for' .\ is 111 the :- allltl' Jr/l!?' of I (! ; Illd. that tit jllrII'lIt no e1)I I
and' fruit business is increasing: so rapidly, tered did against a I IHJlilt
< (ho war in various parts uf time State. ( 11. have one, I of I1Sfett to \'al'ull'IIIU t
and' perfectly developed orange; was found I that Northern dealers are competing for the ,111 to sell the
Hallowes engaged for : in its the mile distance of eight; mil('". This( Id H'4'r. 1111 111 Ut'llt
was many years
at the hlo'lIlIl.nll of the orange) ; this inner business, and transportation: ) lines are olJ 'rI N the sharpest :grade, mil generally tho land upon execution Juugn1s'ntmight
I ill special facilities in low freights! \ and cultivation with hatUfaotnry: results and several he enjoined by such purchaser., !
; ; "pI'|
orange I had'I no peel. E. C. Peterson has a worst grades are ft) foot to tho mile, and this ;
; cial (':11'-1: In every ill'mof expense rates are parties \ladII(county 1,1\ busi" only among the mountains. Out on the I. A judgment' by default and assessmentof !
tree in his grove at Spring Hill that produces lower, awl! the producer I is not now as be, nlsssitit. lr.1 RIII.: of Orange) county, Pacific side tho grade gets .llwl to Ibo ordinary damages ('lIf.r..l. hit no final judgment,
h this freak of nature regularly. When was in former years: at tllI""Il'J'l'Y others, furnishes: ho S'I/I FI.rd'l ,/<>nrniil with the 11\,1, hike nit thin Atlantic side there does. not (' 1 I I'll against the !lands of I
the crop Ish..rt: nine out of ten of the who often entailed loss by their excessivecharges following !tlll'JllIt til mode of I'uli\l' is a clear It\'l.t'h\ for many miles, whore only thc defendant.
. are, double, with a full crop the ; and neglect.; The grower, too, 'ha.Ilrutitl.4l tion and yield of this valuable s : grading' 11f necessary, ami that is the 5..1 judgment 1 is not "g>NMU or chattels," j
oranges by experience, and !takes more care February, lf'7-t, I I of arrow- simplest sort of work.," liable to. levy ami sale 11"lll'xC'ntioll. Sucha
ratio is much .Smaller in raising'the: : I hot ; selecting i ; and 1 packing Mot, in rows three pl.IIL.II.al.two feet in "Will there bo many tunnels'" sale carries no right: to control the judgiii'nt -

THE l latke. City liejmrter says the commission with care, lie finds that his profit.4lies inputting the ,11'11 I did not gather the first crop ; it "There may IHJ a few short ones; mere MO sold, 11.111! void.,
on the market the very hl*t. Florida is ; it ( the arches I think." Decree aflirmod.Thrasher .
merchants re|''irt green IK-OR in bad oranges: ; have won 1 lalll; Florida strawberries work I gave it,'UII run "l'rv tl.il-kIII.lul flrrow ii 'bathh'stseeharacterr'f I the nw'k '" Iavhsfr 1111tliJI 1',0: I"". I
order and prices very low, and I that the sales arc bees iliug i ) known as superior, aunt the rows. Two \\1'01"1\1; I gathered .171bushels. I I .!It is granite ami I gneiss, with some mountain Halllz. counsel for ull\allt; : F.
have not been' high; enough;, to pay the shippers I Flori.I'l.la"h'l melongrapes; etc., will I thl'l 1U,1."lrl 1 the land, -t..t-'t! limestone. The mount.tins were 111t1. II.IIiIm appellee.. 1
and states that this! \\'iII.1i>couragejH.rHOIIS I soon 1.1. .I tl the I"t. There l U no fear square yards! which was at the rate of all} 111', pcrbais| 2..1< rC'.lt ago and tl'rl' lre Win. O.i Christopher' v.. Uriah Howden.sher-
from another for of the business being o\'r.loll. for pur season bushels,to the a"rl. 1 hen( dug -1. rows, I' in the r.t'kl tracs of volcanic IIf: ct al. A11M'mtl| | from Duval circuit 1'/lr.
planting peas: year will always I hei11atdyuneeufother places tween two rows of orange (revs, planted between "There is no danger of actual: volcanoes?" 1 'Ib.l e! I.
northern markets."' It would lieu matter of i and the demand is wiU'iiing.OUIl ; hills of corn. The ('lrl rows wereI. I .Oi,, no ; l.tI all I only mention tat 1 1""lrt/'luit). has no jurisdiction situ
interest\ to know !if this statement applies to feet wisleanut: twit In tho drill : tho yield f.iet to give a I ut 1/ of the sort of rOlk> filed I to. enjoin j parties ami bhcrilf from

nil the shippers, or whether, in some cases",, I 11/t 01i1.1' IMHA.V Tflt .tTIIS. WUi 7 bushels on :all"'Iuart)11'-1.: at the rate h l e met with. proceeding /i.ral"' : audclaim' theexomption -
In-.I sector 1'ollock has just given of'.Kl! ) bushels jnracro.If I 1.w Irt you going to get laborers?" (>f IM'J'JL II'vh..luIou) II l y ji.
by better packing ir more careful elfction Inlal wish it and to make a it ,
\1 t.) gather hail mi 1.1.'' when we started from fa., even though u\c' judgincut -
and assorting, g The market rejKirt from Hoston, I tee' of (Congress in regard to the 11'ullj"frt 72 hllll wide in the ,lri.ulI.lllUIII"11 Cuba to get 1(- r'M'S to work who could endure of (this proK-rty.|
the government with our savage wards. Ini plant on a high hl"lor( > the climate, but wo found that time Indians :. The appraisement and selection of |IK'rIJulr"IK.rt -
March 12, !says "few l"lllri.I.1I.cu.iinmarkel ; i t first place, he says that in the ( ofI some to dig. Throw up the IHt with a : could do all that was nti-OHsarv and claimed h to bo ('XI'lIIlt from
generally in bad order. No call) for them .t.o I J I tl long;( exi|>erieiKH lie has f.iuud; that'UIJ til Indi.ru "Watt plow," then draw molts a I they make excellent workmen for ordinary levy and Halo) ,) not determine the'stihslrty
early in the season." c' It would scene from ; $ are a ,.lll'nlllrlh"II't and truthful hoe, take sharp stick awl Ink(' fl digging and! are ("'lo''Llly| (export in flitting I N lawfully! exempt, That question i
this that In the land of J,6akl..llll.1I1S new I tl.1 (lie average majority! ff white ICU the top of the beds. tlton cut the root : or :t a massage. through til \ I.tlt'1 wih.. ,I fora court of 'law to determine.Disrccallirmcd .
-a j ropo ition which Ito' lIl(' who is not ail inches long, 2 eyes to the piece( and I drop their nuichcti Along (tl Unt I ,
IK-US Arc not wanted in March ami that hal contra*'t->r will attempt to controvert.In tll'l in each bole and cover with a boo. If twenty miles we shall use tlC coast 111iu1. A. D.'ggctt; 1..1111 for ul'ldlunt! ; t?. P.Coojicr I!
either the "shippers,) or dispatch lines! are reN the next place he d 1,*clares, after a careful it should Ixrssluegrassy, weed around I it with who are accustomed to tie *. They counsel ( 11'11'1| ('(
| >,nsihlc for their la-in; in bod order. stu I ly of the subject, that of three hundred a boo., then bar it oil'! and let it lay u/til tit have come with their ali children),
ali sixty treaties math.'wllh dilTVrcnt Indian grass is dead: thrfw the clir luck and let which Ineali'.that they have come to stay a.i A IIY'I 111\'I'I"lt'l ; "IE.-Near Hurkvillo -
c \\' : think we are justly proud of our 111.1. I tribes scarcely one has ever l been observe'l. go Ullt digging time I' planted f>r hogs, long as they can. They conic frl/I all uiUI.rtle ; .. I ban iron hiridgee'rsssingthetrack
) young; city, and! for call.('. Kefmeinent, His statement will probably startle average i'fil would (' or l between ("'rl ( coast hi their cainKi, but shire are not of the I Hichiuond 1 and Djiivillo railr.iad,
gaiety and] good order prevail everywhere.We ; newspajtcr. ( who has romantic nl.l til sentimental ,billy. I'i. the Best crop for hoir I ever mll)' of them, ..1 we pay this II $1 I day .I while the bridge U used lly the Atlantic, Mi.
I' notions about the Indian but it will anil it I CL" 't made. I would "til all After we hU\'III.I.l..1 sill u lift, we can get sissippi and Ohio. rual It frtuently( bupjMni -
read in our exchanges of (crimes casualties I not be n. tv4 to or create In'l a ripple of excitement farmers M plant it, it 1 it nude wih I ''itll' I other Indians ,. not ("IU' Into the l that trains UI ; over the brid/e:
and disorders of body and mind rioting among the very large class who in labor to IKMI profitable. low fllrlt>to work, and wo "hal pay 'but while alltlwrIL.IIj\ beneiith' it. This
in our sister cities north ; and while we ex I one way or another are concerned in our *<" 7" t' 'lb I day. Along the plaint" I havewMikoiioft u'urrll UI'huJ 1\ Jtrlf.
tend sympathies tl) such. we thank the giver called Indian management. No Indian treatyis SHOT Uv D uy *! 1'ionr-VKtu: (,U' H->v. I | villuruf these 11la.r' frequently only twelve* years old; was on the t
ever kept a moment longer than it miiU Two WaMhiu/to'i Territory f.nUI'N. namedI'odlofiand met witl (containing to 0:'waU-bing the train In-low when he way
from full hearts for sj>ec-ial blessings.! Yet the ('l'clill <>r the Iltdet of the Iwlil ..1.rk. disputed ulJlt a lilacntland. <;.fllllhallult.< : There wo can Jl 1I".r. struck bv the other (train Hu \11 knocked
we are not jierfert, nor vain enough feel I i agent or the Ildial contractor. The D'lring the lall.r'l alll':'I'adden ( 'lItl numU-r (they 'al leave off the bridge and fell upon the roof of a
satisfied. St. Augustine is. u i opular resort ; the whole treaty iilicy ban been a mistake, 1I' putting I fence, when Mrs. (larkordered their \ulel to do the work in the field, 1 carof tho tr.ll Itt-low. He rd1)III".1 l ali
I and a blunder ff"l the very In-ginning. The him Ul and on bU r.u,1 to go. think there are now about .iVJ JI'1 at work, CIII".tw1 two of the can, ,'utdlll;
none dispute! \ it. More and more, every day I net result of it i U war, massacre, tht* en rich. put.a,5)11 (in the hand* of her tihtvearoldon and we 1.al! have 1 many nioro at work ( ho field! on till he was retMiieil.Tlioiuh .
the eyes of the wealthy world are turning 1t'lt of politicians, and for the 11.lall --ex' and l told him t ii drive.1"1011 whereujxtii very 111". Hkillod 1 laborer or mechanic bruinol, ho excaixxl! lrllU lJury.
bu.1ruingIIJUilin;: this w ay. Several distin I' termlUUl l-\n York !tread. the b,)runt l'a"ldeii I will bo tul.1 froiii the United $tl */ror, but terribly frightened.Nt .


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( MIRROR.s I VIOtlT up all the. ('al'th(')' fC'II.llI.i with return

=- =_' __ u __. '._ _. .- The grand excursion toCiminniti: to celebrate I. WORLD ? : freights. ; !but vegetables striitly perisha
=- :::: : = 1'1111'.1'1'J /
the opening of the (Cincinnati Southern T The strong annunciation which T AXD\ .\Ni j) IM.MHiRATlOX:
II'lWSR8IJA 1; 34, J8so, ; the I'resi! 1ll'lIrlld'II. and must not linger on theway, /

::;:: = = =-= -. := 00 -C'-; ':: Railroad, appears: to have been a greatsuccess. dent, the press: and, Congress! have marie of : but !I/(1 put on a fast freight schedule! und I OFFI1IWUOO.OOO : ;

Vi>mi>o>ilfiiti nnil I'erxins!, linnnij l I//iniiirnwith : At first: sight the connection !between I till Monroe doctrine, has caused,l some of our treated I 11'n specialty. The proposed, convention

,! tli In fin f iff will phase ilirrrt 10 Fl.\ the (ulf! :States; and Cincinnati docs:! more thoughtful legislators:: : and writers: to of freighters mid freight agents: is: a Arr H

rirniuiiliiin, Flu.VKMOCKATW not seem of so much!. importance! as to call eonider, whether we were in a condition to I well considered of the
I move general freight
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- -- for so mm !h attention. Its I importance lies back up) our declarations If the great powers agent of the Transit Road. We mu t ho! Of the most, ti

COXGllXSSIOXA /, in the opening of an entirely new :and indepenilcnt of Europe; were disposed: to make an 1 issue careful not to und
CONVENTION FIRST DISTRICT. } /glut our markets:l we must AcnssiwK( : : .\ NI j) )DMSIRAISLF)I:
At route to the noithwest.: Ilcforcthc with us.: I' make our products desires! !by their excellence. -
n meeting! of the Democratic ExecutiveCommittee
( (:Ulllltrul'tiulloftlaiM road there was no direct It is admitted, of course: that if we arc to Chicago" I Cincinnati und. :St. I isms! l.VMH:' IN: TIIR'I'.1'rl
of the
First District held.. litQuilH' I
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line of communication running north and have any light; it will be on the sea. The and the other cities: of the great West will be
)' on the 17th, it was decided, to hallthe south :: OF FLORIDA):\ *
between the '
Central Virginia rnaliunit statement is [made teat/ we have in our navy \largo consumers: if we'Olllcilltolllarki.-t. with
Congressional( (Convention for that District :!
at Ces'lar Key on the 12th lay of ,June the Louisville Nash: mHicallll Chattanooga but twenty-three sailing: ships: and ninety- good vegetables:l, fresh: crisp: and iii vhilig) Atuttiy'ttl,23pcrmere I : to new srttlcrsWith

As the State Convention to nominate a (Joy'- ; a distance of several hundred miles: was five propelled by steam.( : The sailing shipsare The orange\ trees alum;; the ro.nl, are looking the privilege of selection! III parcels: of 40

not penetrated by any existing! : through\ line; considered: I worthless:l for modern vvaifare.We very well. They are putting) on a vigorous acres or moreThese lands:l are locate don
ernor meets nt Gainesville the 10th of
f June, this will enahlc delegates:! on to attend the in order to go from Atlanta to Cincinnati, have but four first-class! : steamships, and :! growth, und in u few years: people! who awl adjacent to the: line of the

one had, to go\ to the Potomac on the east, of. steam\'vessels: over 1 KM( ) tons but four others: traveled along this: roud, in former times will

I Congressional:! Convention with I little addi,) through Nashville on the vest Timid gave Wo! have>.S: small IItl'UIIIi'lel! :! and a miscellaneous bo astonishes] to !see the orange groves ATLANTIC. ( (;U'LF AXD)) WEST I INDIA
1 0Ilull'xl'ellc or trouble. Cedar! Key I is ueccssible the '0.8 U. )R.
single road l of the'a"hvilleCLattannngu : assortment of iron-c'lads numbering prominent feature of the country One great TRANSIT ( ,
from all point Oil the fluff, and' vn
m and St. Louis Company: the entire control of in all all of
twenty-four -- comparatively advantage of this section of the is
the : country : FKRX.VXDIXA: on the Atlantic -
Transit Itailroad. The number of dolt-\ extendingfonn!
south-bound freights, and the power of fixing little value, that it is good. 'ulturul well fruit
)gates entitled to seats in the convention will / agric\ us us: to CIIDAR: KKY: on the Oulf oust,
J all through rates. There was: no direct The European: iron-dads of modern 'olllltr.tlllll hence well suites! of
construction ( to
be one hundred and thirty-five, and the persons: thus utlording, to the producer' heap, constant
competing line, and) hence no {'Olll pclltiUlI. are covered: with steel i small
plates, ten to means, who can cultivate the land in and rapid tatioii to the hcM 1
number of counties:! represented will be twen transput
While it is true through freights. were fixedat twenty inches thick ; they have cannon from J corn, sweet potatoes: rice and l.arly'p l'Ia. markets.

tytwo. __ __________ fairly low rates on some leading, articles, :50 to 100 tons in weight, and with charges:: of ,;i hies:l, und, at the same t lIII', have an orange) The belt: of country tra\'I'fo\.tllry:\ the. Transit

I RAILROAD SURMISES.The which otherwise. would have sought water powder from 2oO to 450: Ibs, throw projectiles grove of 2IH) or 5M: ( ) trees: going on, which will R. H. embracesEVKUY

Cedar Key Journal indulges in some transportation! yet still the time was: uncertain weighing us much as 2,01X1( Ills:! for C 15; require but little curebesides the fcrtili/ing

!. speculations to the object of tin visit of the and in the north-hol1ntl freights the to 10 miles. They have fast I.ItennH'r.whleh und dean culture of the ground while "they : VAK1KTY: OF SOIL

railroad party headed by President Plant of charges: amounted! to prohibition. Loaded will make fifteen miles:! an boar (Croat are /growing i
tlll be found in the State, a large proportion
the Savnnaim,Florida and Western Railroad cars would come to the sea-board and to Britain alone has about sixty iron-c'lads: The t two new villages of I.awtey ami Fairbanks -

i ii! t.lint city. TlwJfJlln/lllmpl from what information Florid.i and return empty, because the products 0 Franco, over fifty, Turkey has: twentyfourand are noticeable for their neat und trim being' ) p'I'uliarlYlllal'h'll to the- culture of

it could gather, it surmises that an effort of the country could not bear the rates: I Ichur Italy sixteen, so that we rank nowhere residences, tho absence: of shanties!, and tho StMi-TRopicu. Jo'nnrM and Karly Vegetables:' ,
I I and Thf J.nn/t, Cumjnct Hodtet of Tiiiidn
will be made to get control of the Transit: I (' t.I t. as: n naval power, nor can such ships: of war fencing mind clean cultivation of the /ground. *
make these lands: worthy of C.t U I.Ti!!. /.'AA3fXATIOX .
I Road by the Ha van nub, l'lortlacual Western! The 1'11of (Cincinnati: has invested: fifteen as are now used: be improvided., Italy has: The neighborhood of the depot at loim-s-

I Railroad, and the Wilmington and Weldon\ millions of dollars in building\ road due one iron-clad which would demolish our vine I is not prepossessing:l to the Jtas-ill.ttrav.: ) by inatiufacturers: !: .' of LCMIU ,j- -..

d Hail road, to open up u continuous line of south through Kentucky and Hast; : Tennessee : whole navy, the l)
''I transportation from Mississippi: tapping to Chattanooga. Over UK miles III distance i four 100 ton guns,! carrying\ 2.000) Ibs more anon. SKTTLKRS: :

the grain markets:! of the west and northwest is saved, and six hours in time over projectiles Of the cost: of such urmaments: It i is raining\ here this: morning, und the

gaining an outlet to the Atlantic )ports over Nashville and Louisville route. Cincinnati one can form some' idea from the :statement temperature cool( and. pleasant.: Persons I'lIrl.IHI."ill.t) land from this company are furnished -

the Transit Ibnul.i could hardly be reached before except I that one MO( ton /gun costs nearly $fiO.UOO, and!' who thought it was growing.too warm : with entire fret pntaieun! the Transit

s We do not exactly sec how the ordinary) through channels hostile; to her interests i the vessels nearly two million of dollars.It to remain in Florida will tillH.II. to recon- : Railroad for family and \personal elicit
I The new road gives: her connection with a doubtful sides to the station ne'are-st: the land purchased.TITLK '!.
their intentions
business of these: roads tire concerned in carrying : moreover, if any ot'our seaports : : and not count too certainly
grain over the Transit Koad.\ It would radiating net work; of roads extending to could be defended, from an attack by on a warmfarl.h: further north. : COMI'LOTH: :, being derives I by J

every port on the Gulf und Atlantic. In naval x. grunt from tho United States and pure ham' *
? MeeutunocceMSaryafter the grain had reached !!ea. by these: monsters.: ( It will be a ;
t many articles food and munufacturcs: Cincinnati -- from the State of Florida.CORRIJSPOXDKNCK. .
matter of
the Transit road at Cedar Key to look for thoughtful reflection to our public XOTK'i: ; OF IXC'OItrOltATHPX

any other Atlantic port Hum Fernandina to has superior advantages;\ in furnishing men as: to what should bo our :status us a OF THE: FERXAXD1XA: AXD JACK- : ) : ( : :.SOLICITED.; ( : .

be .shipped) abroad.\ ) the Southern trade naval power. Our policy heretofore has SOXVILLE) : RAILROAD\ ( Il'AX\'.

\ The time between Cincinnati und Chattanooga been a peace: )policy us: regards foreign governments. BY AUTHORITY{ In'I'T OF THE: Descriptive: MVPS I and IIW'I'f.\lLo\1 mailed onapplication.

i WHAT HOES HE MEAN? is, bypresemmtseimedmile, fourteen hours: Shall we now enter into Legislature of the :State of Florida, entitled .
A public person, in u recent open letter tom nit, will, doubtless! in t time be reduced to with them as a warlike and i the ..\11111'1 to provide general/ law for; ('h AS. W. LKW1S: ,
putverfimlnation Incorporation of Kail roads:l and l (Canals:l,
f his Ik-publican friends, says:! the wishes and twelve, and then ten. From Fernandina. if or how far Is it necessary: to go, in I and approved February 10, I.s7l notice is: i Land Commissioner. ,

: II aspirations: of the voters who expect nothingfrom the: time could he improved over the Macon ,establishing. naval power for purposes: i hereby) given, as required by said act, that a I Otlice l-tf ('or. Bl'adl and Seventh :Ols; .
I their but nod Itrunsvvick Railroad doubtless it will company: has: been formed under the nainu
votes as
u dispassionate: government : cithc.r asserting
( our position as to the of the FiitNVMiiNV: : : exiiJ.tcKsnxvll.LE: ; I Rvn.r.ovt : .-
,education and progrel.4l1lu-It 1)0 weighed he next winter, thc whole distance. to I Cincinnati :supremacy on this: continent I or for the defense ) CoMi'VNY, to be invested: with all the O. S. OAKKN,

1 Ii and con lcll'rell." ought to be traversed, III thirty-six: of our sea coasts: ? The people lire not rights!l. powers, privileges, and franchises" :I.I II I I

y In the lIed seutcnceliesays: "the Republicans hours _____ __________ desirous' eithewa. great, urmy or a great i :said c"IIIi.'I'rl'oI act I for upon the companies pnrjiose: : constructing formed under/ ; -'

will carry on in Floritllnn aggressive; \ :l WILL THE OllAXOE CULTURE HEOVK1WOXK. lIa\' '. ILuhor defences would be more desired I maintaining, and operating) u Railroad, for I II I ,

E1 (campaign on both State! and National questions :1- !. than strong) ships of war. While it is .. public use in the conveyance' of persons:l and/ .
nnd throw 11lIt- llIIt into the enemies property.The ,.- l
improbable that we:shall get into : .
1 : lines till the victory is The question is frequently raised: whether\ any present I \ main lino lit'said: Railroad will be ...... 0,1-- _. ... ..
U t. wan dilllculty over a canal which not be
with the rapid increase of the orange proluction may about twenty-one miles:! in length ; will be '
p These gentlemen who are !
: government cannot ho the !same ation, yet still it would hi a satisfaction to Culf and West: India Transit Railroad: inNasMitu .
stocked! in U few years and the prices reduced, and the Hr. Johns River FERXAXDIXA
gentlemen who are going into the hotshotbusiness. us to know that we had some vessels: quite : county, / at Flv\ At
lelow a profitable remuneration. That there or about the city of Jacksonville, and will
Who are these gentle souls whose! up to the :standard; of the built in time Constantly, on hand
Iii immediate danger of this: kind may: be ships! pass: through; I'al'tot' counties: of Nassau I: .
((4 wishes must bo considered? Are they the nferred from the unoitint of foreign Kurope.: The best p,.ilicy would !seem to be, and Duval. J. N. HARRIMAN: : ,
i virtuous: and amiable leaders who are going large our to !build a few first-class vessels which wouldbe I U). I':., MAXWELL. MLI':11.i,1l': : micivi. <' \.si.s.:
I imports of fruit. We find that in the I'. \\'II'KI.lFFJ'TLEK:
to charge\ the pieces, to direct the guns, and, year (1S71:! oranges: lemons: and limes passed ready I in any emergency) but not to enter 7'o-wi/i'iVmi, Flo., 'chit, lMiIJ-O-IIU,1. ;!( I WOOD) (COFFINS.( ) :

like the Parliamentarians: of Cromwell! pray thl(' custom-house: : to the valncof$7l>il.r;, >7i.(; <)ij; ; into a rivalry with foieign\ powers for a
for good execution? costly naval force. .\ \ { .\. (' : I In Rosewood: : 1, Walnut und other woods.
III 1S7. to the value of $l,2.*!),oiN),iNi')!) ; in : '
The picture is tlolovl'ly. some of these innocent The has been advocated with : ( THE: RATE: OF PF.R-:
plan a gooddeal REOl'LATlXtl :
Il'IiIi to the value of $8II2.t7.:' : ; In 1H7J balunus ;: ('collected City Taxes .d"r'ulu'.s' <>oods. !'
1 voters who arc seeking for the ilhjHintloniilf : were imported to the value ofII!):?,(NN); of apparently sound reasoning\ of !building '! tor the year lf 70.Jlf r I

' who have no aspirations: for olllce III 1H73 to the value of $-I'I7lilI.oU<;!) and in small, low vessels: : mounting one 11I1"'l'I'ivot \ it ;//,drim'rlltll"\ Common Coiuie-il of Masonic and other Kmblems: Shrouds, and
"addition. division and I silence"-\\houre tJl'l' tot' Fernandina, I Robes.HMHALMIXO. "
nun can :safely approach: a largevessel
187(1( to th'ulue of for the of the
virtuous for education and purpose defraying ex-
} only anxiously
. and deliver their fire und if
tortatlon since, wo have not at hand, but 'pur-ncd IHMISCS of the city government for the year : ( ; DOXIJ.Hodies :.
)progress. hey have probably) not diminished. und are go into shallow water. Our harbors are few 1S70! the following appropriations are hereby i ii I
As:! the Republicans, he assures us, are all! made i :II'xhlllllt'lllir removal.! Sat'ctv .
l likely now at least four million, dollars III of them capable of floating\ vessels:! of such : ,. antccd.Fl'RXKRAUS. iruar-
going to throw hot-shot it can't be them ; it draught of water as these great Kuropean: 1. The sum of$1,55i for unpaid.I sanitary : :
these fruit attended to.
value. As foreign\ come largelyfrom ;\ i indc'hteslncss.' : :
must, after all, bo the Democrats he means iron-dads: require, and vessels of a class to Orlersby" mail or telegraphill
Sicily und are entered at a low valua- :!. The sum of $1,050) for :salary of city receive-
whoso wishes: are to bo weighed and considered. : enter our ports along (cue( Atlantic and (Oulf! 'ollicers. prompt attention.
ion it readily he'Iel'lI that it will take Rk :
may Remember .
.: An anxious country waits for an explanation. for the orange of Florida coasts: ut any stage;\ of water would be very ::1.{ The sum of :$700: for payment of citysctrvengt'r prices.; that I am "1'1".1 to hi"h
litany years crop
and other .
!lllllttururlll'' :>I('
to reach four millions of dollars, and orangesan ;\ valuable for offence and defence.CORRESI'OXItEXCE.. 4. The :sum of$:f4 00) for roads and! bridges.\ OFFK'K; ( : IS :SVNDORV; lV: HOVT'S Oi.n l'uIH:.

) TIll MURDERER OF, Mil. II'OOJJ- (certainly be cultivated here and put in 5. The sum of $:;)0( for cemetery purpose's. _!. I-I. Si-COM: -:- .- .$,TltK.r _..
FIELII.i market at if be .., .
l a profit they can brought
6, The Mini of $jIH<>0 for incidental! expenses SIII nn'I"'S S.\I.I':
i The Madison: Recorder of the 20th contains four thousand mils by sea Again;\ the MIerior (JVINE.S-VU.I.K:, March 2"">, l sso.KUtur } und I outstanding\ indebtedness.: ) Y VIRTl'K: OF AX KXIXTTIOX J;

I u graphic account of the attack upon the > quality, ripeness and freshness of the Mirror: In no part of the :State is 7. The sum of :M,<;iUO for the bonded indebtednessand I) sued out of the Circuit Court, Fourth-

Jailor that county by U crowd of several fruit, will make the Florida oranges) :! popu- improvement more noticeable than along\ timeline l interest: there'on. Judicial Cinmt, in and for IIII' ('oUllt)' of
Any :surplus 'ullt'etei111od unapproiiriateil Nassau 1-lorida
the brave defence of the fur to degree attained the' tasteless of the Transit Railroad I und favor of Sanboin.n\ \'I
hundred persons, a : never by especially" shall be appropriates! for bonded indebtedness. & to.' and against James U-ak Sons'

prisoners: by the IIlIl'rin'ullcI the taking\ out :I juiceless and sluunken fruit which has between Trail Ridge I; and Broil""II, A l few have levied ii|''sum, ami will otlcr for A silo: ,ut 1 J \"'

of the murderer by the overwhelmning survived I long sea voyage: originally infeior years: since, with the exception of two orJiree }!f it f ml her onlninrd! Tliat for the payment public out<'ry, in front of the C4.urt 11011-,', ,
tho of the I in and deteriorated the o mills and stills of the aforesaid I appropriations, the in I the City of Fcrmmdinu. said Countv of
number; carrying 1 IIlIpl'Ul'llr : quality by saw turpentine very levied
"'l1l1l1f one und one half pere'entbc Nassau" uri the tir-t
murderers by the crowd to the hammock length: of time since it was: plucked. little sett lenient was observable outside the and collected I ii|'on the tt$5tey.e'tl!valuation of bung the Fifth .lay Monday of :said; mouth.in Aril, all, i/'iX/I./the/

with the intention of hanging' them till Moreover It is to bo considered that with small railroad stations.: Nuts all along the road taxable property of this city and that for rigid title and interest of James Leak ,<\:: Sam;

confession: of Hendricks and his exu11ora he increased t facilities: competition in freights the towns: have trebled in size, and we see, the purN| 'so of payment of the util'tosuilllll1l1- in. the following described r'ullllld Is'r.mnal!
1 The most remarkable featureof and low rates the Florida be trans- ilmost enclosed itary !loan, and the said 'honmbMliudebhyhie! :s, ,property, that is : Lots .'{, 4, ft, i and :11 I. in
(ion of Ueidt. crop can : continuously, new openings fifty per cent, of the taxes so levies i on bloek number 4, being in t of Fl'f.
tho matter wa.s the relenting of the crowd, Mirted rapidly to every part of the Ignited fields, neat dwellings! and flourishing; growing aforesaid shall only be payable in currency fllllllllt. County of Xu-suu.. F'luriilai)togeth

I and taking back both prisoners' to the jail 'states. 1'hl'tu."to for luxuries constantly Iou j orange groves. of the Unites! :State's jove-rnment; or certiticatesof \ thl'ttlll: \mill, fixtures and ma
indebtcslness I i l..m..loll! ovcoimt of the
tatei\ lit had the increase and the be the the > chinery, on said lots, and the water Privi
Ilendricks where tho money orange\ can placed The increased travel on cars, long\ -
said sanitary loan or due (' ''I ns: of leges
_: past coun| wharves, ., therewith
taken would l bo found, ;ami both amounts III the market at the most: distant, (mints at I freight trains, the piles of merchandise in the bonds: of the city. l'crnmseaslm. \1' '..: :tl'l'rti| :I, ill .

+ t were found where lie said they were. l>chafe which will afford the grower\ a fair;, rcnuneration the 11\'l'ltl'l.| all evidence prosperity and pro Passed, its first rvading January :2sth. KsO, JT-ttJ .. .MieritlTNassaii/ouiity: : _, Florida.
The Rer rdtr says three points are gained and place the fruit within the gress. The shipment of the orange crop is and mid bits title1.Passed --- ---
its I
third f'udilll.alii\ adoptedFebruary .\. II.
i for Madison in this alVair, tint that the each of even the laboring classes; and about over, and that of the vegetable crop 1Mb, Ls.sO 1' KYDD : ,

i i citizens of that county are determined not wherever there I is a market tor apple, hears beginning. There have been several small Resident of Council.

!ti to put up with I such outrages; l>bccond the (r grates, the, orange will take its place as shipments previously, but I learn the, first Attest : ( HO'EIXU: SHIP CHAXDLKR.PKVLKR ,
J KM L O. FRLESe! ( it'Clerkkhl
.i. ;guilty man was discovered; third, the humanity crowning luxury, the apple of gold-the car load of vegetables went forward yesterday -. i : : !

of the citizens proven Sud-setjuent- toast beautiful and refreshing of nature's from Arredondo. \\"II.I.I. .'. WOOD, Jr., :

ly Hendricks made a confession. of tho crime, gifts to man, It will be the gift tit the sick The warm, spriflgseason wbringingevery-; laro\NlolN. Liquor, Kle,

giving all the details which are in .substance child the waiting\ wife, tho prattling balm thing forward rapidly. In two weeks the /1 ENERAL: : NEWSDEALER: :: : : -

as f.,1I0that; he had planned the murdern'Vcral in the fah orer's family, and the Sunday treat, shipments will I IKI In full tide, and the railroad .IiINT
I : FOR It. F. AVJMIY: GO.\ Pwwa
- days before for the l'url'cNoIl'lIf rill,- while to the middle and wealthier classes it pushed to its capacity meet the demands HOOKSI'I.UHT.1'lO; : : :; lm: :, \ :

berv ; went to Woodlicld' house and hot will be the favorite dessert, and no hotel table upon it, have heard it estimated '
Healer in Fuiirj Articles, I 1
(him (in the yard, ran oil' and returned, and I will dare to be without it. .\" the: production that there would be 1.:()U cars of vegetablesthis CE.VTRK SFKRNAXDIXA. ,

1 coming up to where Woodlicld and his wife increases the. demand will increase, season, which would make 1-V() trains often CEXTRK: SFKECT: FERVANDINA! t /1.\, '

t were' struck her bcnscles.s ; went in and and like the }peach it will number its million cars each The amount named is probably o 1- WlfJACKSONVILLE FI.A,

marched the wardrobe, gut frightened, run of boxes; but unlike the leach} it will not I an over-estimate ; but with deduction) 0 Shelf P.qxrs' Picture Frames, Uracket, IU'rZ.'OI.I: .TS.

uffand came back, thought they were going )I'crl.h, at once, I but keep longer than any I of one-half:' business. would be immense. I, mIK*, Croqiie't Nets Hunt (ilosses!, Combs: I. l-

recover and .struck each of them with u other fruit except apple, and probably How much we are in advance of Savannah ISriishew, ,'h'. I'aiK'terie-s- i 11 "great variety.Abi I
to S-w ing Machine Need! s, Oil, eteClipporJnkstands -.
hatchet; went in and searched for key to modes of preservation will bo devisvd by and Charleston, 1 do not know, but probably !! 1 75 cents I : : 11.\. ,
t S the trunk, came out aw ame igns of his which it can l lit. kept fresh through the whole three wl'l'k'illr more. In manythings: to .

victims reviving and struck l'adl"f them season. Add to this the increased demand make this business a success' will require the i I I "'. K. HAITKXICHT j'

'again ; found. the key and obtained *!lxty. I for the lemon to mingle! thevV!lVXJHIMi! tJ J cooperation of u.11 concerned ; careful gath- .. ...titt1T.... mad; Silk", U> c., warranttsl. I silk| ,\
I .
wmrpjeofi'iUfivu.i" |< ,'1J1l'I orange 'clogttrIeVuhrtfilmtitank'tlrehtxiltnttf( !, tll.\ WIIe1LF)+.ALW'*Ttn'RET11,,. : Hie Best ) :a! T
: tl.tri
1f.l'ltr.'VIJo < Ilml4tlutapd.bMats : I '
13ileltj,!Ittrel;If tf1N( f r :! : : ," I silk in.the U. &. ,
)Ir YVoifclflolduaml ids !w't flutu'uru_ tjl4 1 Jlt't'llluu'o Ill) f tt>ur-f,,r'thu'future.// vii o : -riJml4ioii, ginMl |ucking, careful and rtiitl\l; i.j') t'1't( lIm ';\'Xlt'S'l'OC t "K".t't\i.y.n. :' .' 4 'jjSuninuT I

biit did not strike them again, and .... I I II handling, and quick transit. It will IIlIt0 ) ..tsnDealer : :Silks at 50.r., (". ; best 70 .-t*. I
alive, Tilt lifffse notictni the shipment by Mr. !'! : in Ire.TI I
-went hOJUl4; that nome tlse knew his in. this year to depend upon the Atlantic cities I ; Matting; at 14 c. ; fancy at 5 {
tor. anything to du with it, Surkind, ofHavvkiijsUlleiofthnvlanresticksof for market. The great\ West must tie looked I: : XESStFIt: F: FF'.tN1'ECi.tL'f1': C.
ttntions '* l"llt'rr'nH'U"urin' :.; in all f If 7 cubic feet, 500 Hlue Flannel Suits
a1..mt first to and arrangements made for .|*vial attention HCOOM STREET WIUBK.FF.RNAXDINA, at $to $1:.
Hendricks (Is an ignorant negro; which is raid to ln the shipment of the

t twtntyix yt"Jr't of age. kind ever movie t'l this class of freight": We can now 19-1( : FLA, Money refunded f If not satLs&rtory, flui.

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The > +'LAGG'S 1 IMISTltlAI. 3IAOIIM": : ii. .1. it A itr.it: A into.,
I I'euetnble rus i.
0' Lt1LOUI: I.1 I I UI11)U.: : ( ) I : II .,.t, 1
I The \"eatable. season i is near': lit hand. null IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PVD1NKVB / NVOKK.s.
I 4' ..}
I piomise1" to be the largest iroi' | > et! !prodiuiil-I : OKT HARD. *" i'
1 SEMI-"WEEKLY.: : : : : : i I CAN BK MADE A 5 STRKMGTU D6t1ft a. LAIC I U:. 1XND. I'KOI'KltTMt: !
I therefore' lilt're 1II'I'I'"il'1lr: care and! attention TWICE AI Lo.a.tlieisei l, :.1.3 IVui-1 St.. lets YorK.M .
"I'KttXVNIilN.V.: rt.OKIIA.: \ I in i're-a, ration and ;mo\eineiit tomnrkct.I Curd trittiaat Era j iaj Us 8i'.aa.CCRKi : : '--- I

i 'I'lie''iiurila, Di-patdi) Line" has a dailvpissenger ;
; .
IrI.1'lf.l: ) l r. J/.I/'Jl 1$. I .'(). train .ier\ice. to and from nil rail- i Chills and Fever, IgTNt TNIS :Shopvtuated5minute.s'; ; walk wt >tt 111'1111011.1 I .\rri
\M I > nutsoitA.xa Ur
; ::0. rn stations: in Ri-t: Florida fromhlcli: : I liter Complaint, J'W YNmonsnfss 1 JACKMiNVll.LP., : :, l'LulLIlI.I.ttlxl'i'11'7'l'i.i.1t : .

a'f'Ib11'7'1c1.1'. .??.> /'/.:;: .i.v.vr.v.I there will 1 be ventilated fruit andegetable! i DI Ptpsia, IxtouRl ,
.1 Lars to any'aay :all 'markets.The j eural i3, ? : 0V1HOX i"
\MV/ <,, <' f.ttilil" !.,'hnl n liiHimK; (ttfur; >it rite J 'cuc It IS'I'I: : n's
)I">" .I/Iit./ rIll'r thf rliitfijf nf .1/,'. 1 II r: /'. \It'.W., rates" on \c.rctable::+ I'IUII: .Iiie1\""on\iUe!\ I 1
: AND III\: ;s' .\--TIXi-o: ( ; ,
.1t'., Lisa Tilt rnthi "iitlii'Ti/itltnif.; iiilwrliii'iiimfi I and! lild\\in! to XI'Y.r.k.I Philadilphi.i, I Khrnmatism,

.k, ,.A. ',"" nthrr' fmnr. fur. thf MIlii: unri/ uhn "I. H,> I ton and! lUltlmore: Florida Dtspati: h CostivcncsJ, IIION l'IoXI'IXIII'I'I': ) : :: .st! i

'."'Ifit '",." tinui'i "' ni ii/r.. Line and, steasso'ts' from :.i\anu.ih. will be Female ,

---- thirty cents j per crate Froin stations on Wfakness, r For I )Iwl'1Ii..111,1'.;: \ Ccmctciic". latent. designs.; : : ,'11I: ': 11.1\Illtl":.
Ii'4-ojee \otlee.I'JiiY .
n'n-ular: and. Transit: llailroad.! fortytilecnt I Sick &: Nmoai
I I alo Lore I tinlargest' assortment of MACIIIM'.UY -
It'inrf-From 1'-:1).1: I 1. M. tn ?; ::11111'') v. per rate, to abo\e -tinalions \h\' j ile3daehe.: i PAVICUNS: : : she ante, nail

Money Order) :* and llegNtered: : Letter* from abo\e routes. prepatneiit or guarantee ot j These Pads ('sire alt P!.fa cs by Ah'orpticn. No Lilt till roast any order! without pailita paying : ,I.t'11der l'aarssuln! aI'I"on( It.I I'urrcMrr.)
)::' M I. to I I.IHIP.:' 1 M.I : and! I'niiii :!;''H'I'> \I.I' eight not reipiired.i "end for stencils, and I Noxious l i'Ills.Ola,air J'o..ono". i\"diclnMl! are 1,1c n I for\ the cxtia cxpe e nf pattern : I
t.< iM:;::: 'it I. :: Mindn\ '* lrmii. l 111:11>:;! to 11:1"::!') .\. Intotho Stomach. The PmM arc ","ornVI'I' the Pit :MyM.uhine Shop: i is fuini.-hcd with the
Looks Address, D. 11.1-IIi"tt.:: (ten- (If thf Stomach, covering the Orcat Nfrvp Ccrtrr*, .
ami ::1:11( :: > : i : shipping latent ;
M. ; I. -I.u: r. N I. 111 l-o the laver and Pfomnch. A gentle'r trtnh: tmpro\cd timls, which enables mworkmen >
'I.ill! Agent; "Florida Dispatch, Line," Jack 'r",niclaRMnrhedIntntheclrrulntlnnoftheli'Iodoint to turn nut wotkilli the' gr.ateatlcspottll
I'rotioniui'il IlruNr Llvrr.purityingtheDlrntSumnlauns/ thpl.lnnn.1 1 by (( vary
.\'>illnYii .Ibtil-.Irt iyrs ,bilIII 1 10:0< >; \. M 1. soinille. 1'lorida.Iktrlihls Kidney* to hcnlthr: action! and utrrnirthrnmi thfl mul at the lowest 'a..h 'price.Agent .
811mnchtndllfl'ltft( oo. PRICK or PAD! t1 AND:> O for: the \1'.1'l'1:18'(111'1'.111: ) : I .
Clo-es :t-IM:\ ) 1'. M.v I. FArit. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST'. sent by MaJP' '
F.MilNF.: : ( 0.,11\111 ran furiiMi their F.XU1NT.S. : -
,/W/i .l/',i/-.\ rrin'+ ::1:111'::: M. I.arrlnhi8 till'1\II Kxprcss.Manufnrtarnl.
Mart.irand at 89 & 41 NORtH JLtBtETl St. ; :::. Itt i1.IItS:!: aunt :*A\V-MILLS. ut the
( 'luxes In.lN \ M..Iho'if
; I.
BALTIMORE. Mb.iORSI':1'. \erv h"I'h.t" t notice nC'6t! lluunreir thc' Orange Tr M'
."',. 1'If'llill/ / .i/ 7nics sale for the, .
"("" ( ; clearing out next thirty
,1sJl'l-aN'S (CILIUIATFDSTF.AMliOYKUNOUS : : ; : : : : 1
.\ Tuesdays ami Friday; \ at :!::UII'. M.COMM days. All the entire ;.r.I"III"W. on hand at ( : : .\: l'0., Agents. ,
) ::: tin! I KXOWI.IX, : :SIT.AM: : I
| Mondav. '* .tiul Tlitiriilayi sit :+INI.1:' I M.V. an l11inense :sacrifice.: account' of retiring. :Kl-:; ;im IVrnamlina, Fla. !I'l( all;:' kept constantly on liaml: and "sold
M'ifii'f. tlii.. at : prices, freight
slunlIy'sunil'I'hursthtyMat! von' AX OIIIN.1N1':
; : \ M. I'd.. L-o. -- .
For further information Priro Lists, Catalogues
and 20:;( .
Tuesdays Fridays lit : I' at Sll/ll More
,. IT OHDA1XF.D: HY TIn: (COMMON) 1 ('h'., address' |I'\ U. TOXD) ,
NVedn'x'daNsandSat'da.xxat: :;: \ !';' ) M. Of) (boss tike Fremh lhoua.1.0Ih1111! \ ill Coumil of the (Pity of IVrnamlina : 1'. (l. \Motoi.:: J.ii-k/ ".iiii\lllf\ Kla.

I 1 loses TuesdayVedncxdas Fridavsand, :Satunlav: at :2:8'1!::; \: M.t Tweed (Coats.fill on hand I. and will be s.ild Ma.: I. That 1 for the purpose of dcfra.\inj Mcitr.sTiirs: : 'OU l'I.a-'I'I: ; M11 -
out much below i cost by ii. r.:. nO'I"I'IIUU.: :
( the of the <
( ity ;io\einmeliti tin
SAJI'Li'. H 1II'u) ) I.:t.L. I'. 11 1. expeiiM1-
od I 11 M 1. 1111\\\: 1'\'. follovsing appropriations\ \ : are hereby m.idi! ti! It I'S.:

I'nun the eolltt'tion of laws for: the year l.\T'.lFor ;!': .
14C.1.1tEFI.1CTUN J ; :$: Hotel Arrlva sanitary\ \purpo-.:$2INNINI I 'l F.P.XAXDIXA.: FI.OIMDA I .

1'MiMo.sr Horn..--U It Jones, Cincinnati: ; For' Citj' "Olluers') falaiien. ............... l.vJDtn:! ) ) '
TII : north-bound inland steamers' b.iebien ;\ \\' II Cole, F: It Hunting; and wi f" J 0 (IIlltllulIl. IItli) ('(' fl'lIt. stationery and! fuel...... HitMH, ) III'. \1.1-:11 I:: I IN 1.'lIIt )KVIKY; : FAR! ('\lIW,

('arr 'III.r; lar,;e number of passengersduring : .\ Haltiniore : I II: Uru<>kliuuc. and For east of street lamp, material
wife, Albert\ P.rookhouse, MissC: FothmiMer! I for lighting;: the same.. tlHI 'sos' III INC 1't.tui13
I the |past: week. Allowances for unpaid! taxis' ftiKMK'
:-<:Saleiii Mass.Vm; Y Johnson, I'awlev: !
Mass. ; Mrand :Mrs 11111 lurk, stirs llulloifv. Iiu idcntal expenses' imluding! legal;: .AM I'n-parcil sail> Mionliliiprinciple;* to '
Mu. FruMreport* \\itliin a mile around -< bur.M'ment !itFifr \(\ !\1; prsa.httx'r
Atlanta I ; Mrs I Itarnes: \ 1I0 toll ; Mrs I : M: : a-
,f -. I.'airlolllkIH". : ( orange: trees from 4 to six bill'll.11"1.: .\ :S II'I': ; NY ; 1' Spear:: :and / roadand bridge! ::1111.1111.1 PIIO V I isioxs.f I : a large )yli-Ul per IK re.DKM .

year: : .">,INN<) orange frets ymincer : :!.'.INMpeach > vi Ii. Pitfsburg. Mass ; JV I Kamlall: and -- t
wife. l.oston ; .lolin Lynch Maine ; Mr and $.i.I iLliJMSKI ; ; J
\ : trees ; I,51Ograp'vines. :iNV'tu !t' Kllison.: Mr and Mrs K: II Ogden) : : -. '_'. l In1 it further ordained That for

MissO ;den, Philadelphia, : C I ingmuer and I the payment of the aforeMiid\ appropriations ('a'la'i' ran rely upon get tlag 4'IIIICE(1111)1)S

Mu. 1"IIn/\S. of Fairbanks, writes that wife, Itrooklvn, N Y ; W .\ Hi'own. W .\ theMimofonepercent.be\ I let it'd I and collected Ale )
'within a tiiilenftlit'statimithrci is planted. l'nappll'aisliingront D C; Mr and :Mrs.\ : .\ upon\ the u l':ssed' \uluation of the ; ) )::, as: +ai UIL" IN

a little m>re than twl.III '-Ii'.l.u..rl. of vegetables (Crav! Bliss (dray! Misstiordon, New York ; tuxlible \property\ of t this (Ityass I one-half
slit'an Andeii. Unioklyn ; O I Harriman: least of the aforesaid! tax or levy shall Inpayable IMUMK: ACKICW/rUKAI t cm' ;:" w.u.( $..
different kinds, about one-third cu- XOTIIIIIUT: TIIK: FINIiST: 11UANIW
:Savannah;: ; "C 1 F Perry, Alabama; ; .1 Tilton! in currem-y of the (Tinted :States
umbers' one-third tomatoes and the other New York (City ; K: II Kearns, I'hila.t 'II'J.ia. ; (loveiimieiit.SKI .

third beans, early }potatoes, cgg; plants and I I H I WMerrianiand wife, Newton, N.l ; .1C 1 '. :a. The Collector\ of Taves 1 for this city Slll'lt t'I'E: AMMONIA:\ .

s-ma-lies.<." Fairbanks eighteen! months ago; :Shafer. N Y : S MyersSavannah: : ; Dick Harris I is ordered to receive (when tendered. in \payment :- an1- -kept,-i stock.-- ., -. J
I '1111" Hamburger: slams ; H I L Kimball of the aboxe tax; ) any out-tatiding' ; : .
was nothing but wood, and! 1vi11'cttic Kimball t :Mass ; I H: l lc mg- scrip or warrants upon the I Treasury of tin ..1NGll..t: ritirM. ,

year and, wife, i Luising, Mass: ; ]J M I Imrroiiiihs city, for one half the amount of tax due or
Dn. ( '.\ltI'w.: \rrll1l\Ol"IIII,1t'r, date ofilst Tallahassee ; U Wesson I Detroit ; payable 5 by any person so tendering! ; payments 1 > AKKUS AND I (.'ONFI-XTIONKItS; ( : SC l'1'It: I'llOSrilATK: : 1,1 MK:,

:!I I. writes :Mr.\ Woodward that 'the vcirctableerojm : Ii '.l Knglish.: ) :St t J,1I"i ; ( i :SCreen.\ Ii JC Kobinson : of tax, but no h"II.I"Ior coupons upon L LStll.l'IIA'I'E

are nil prettygout.], with thepMuraloception Mrs: (II! l' Unbiiisoii i New York ; :Mrs: 'bond, or coupons detached from any bonds\ I'IIOH'K
II I 1) ( 'UIII'. :Stockbridge' :Mass\ ; Miss :SarahP.riwn. that have herdofore been Nsucd 1 shall be retciicd OF 1'OTASII.NITKATK : .
of bean The first week !in next in OJ'III1IIIX.t l.roccrics! ('Igarss uiul 1'obuccor! .
: Conn ; Jules iriner, II M r :S ; JNMoore )payment;
month shipments will commence pretty and wife, Kildare, Fla. :';1:1'I.: The Collector shall proceed to the
heavy and increase till June :2'tIi." The! collection! of taxes under I this i ordinance. on TOYS: AND( FANCY AHTll'II'S..Ilill.r ; OF 1'OTASII.MIWIATK i .

April '', 1-.0.:; l at which time the' taxes |o\ieil\
tomato crop i is a very heavy: one, UK( per "l'lIl. "HI CI.nHu't :,. \\' .! x Knteitainmeiits: ami I'ienics
ass aforesaid i shall be due, and shall rouse a ( ; : OF l'O'fMHT ,
;greater t than last year. 1 111111 going;; to plant 1I1I1h.1' collection of taxes: to be pubINhcd \'- fUrlli"IH..1 at the I
!vnne forty acres\ of hammock land in rit.(,." of rernantltmi.IIH.II in some newspaper ..I' the city ten tuiii' price' atANGEL'S SITlA'llATK: MAONKSIA:: '

---- -- --- wvrr.u. davs prior to April :U!, 1.1\0.> ( I ( :; 1IAKKIIY: ,

.\ 1'1I1I.\II :I.I'I'i itllr to Florida whose Wednesday, March 21! I... (lIt!:12:! 0\ M. (t:41;: I'. M. :Si.c.; : ."). He it further ordained. That all ( 'Vntn1 l I Street, :SULPJIATK: OF :SOOA( ) ,

tontrilutionappearedinn.ofotrvsahlssuss1t I Thursday./ Xt.:! .. CI"!: !! ii":: collection of taxes for city \purposes i is suspended _:ji_!:i n __ _01'11.01.1 l 1'. O. ItuiUlinir.AN l n

Friday, '.h;I... 7:4': xI: until April '_', IXKO.Sw. S Mrlrtly Pure (.round lloiit>. S
I ) weeks ago, referred to the oniiifre-frrow-; :Saturday; ; :.'i... :Ml;:: $::51 : (0. The Collector: of Taxes "shall on or 01tl> l\A\CI': t

ing in that State\ likely toile ere 101l.ron'r.; hefairelprll2: 18.M, furnish to the Treasurer rAM INI'I'II1: : FIKK OUDINANCK.) : 'I l lI 1

f toile and attended, Kith losses. A ;;('1111lIIall ('- F.NTIKKII.March : of the city a lint of all \jiersmis' who hay' l 11 f it ontniiifil. That form anil\ 1 I '
.' paid tax for the ISTSI.! which li shall alter the of this ordinance that Our circular full particulars ami lire
at elbow who has 1e.t'v. :\ is!i. :- now our inn Charleston. contain the names: of siu h |iersims, a de owners wooilen\ hnililinpi\ within the lire maied| free to all applicants. They will interest j .
u>iil visits to Florida; and amon;: the orange; 1''rll'tlolluJ'thl'' on whit such limits bo permitted to repair their buildings if are interested. In Agruulture (
At :March\ .MI, :St 11'. .".1. ."", 11I.*, Vogel Charleston. roperty i \ person \ ; you you

flDVt-s, andlio Ins now friends spendinfi; :March\ '_':!I. Hrk Tltrrmt, (Jerman,) Kortlepd has s paid tax, the amount and eharacttr' \vitlishinnlcsaiid\vcutlicr! ; : boarding, provided __ or Orange/ _Culture._______ __ 15-__<;im__ i
the winter there, does: not titrree: with thiseoneluMon. \ Martiniijue. of scrip reicived' fiom such jier-nn' !in payment that Midi repaint' do not increase: the I

I I H!(' Nays bt1 was told I by an ex- 'i.K.\RK.II. of tax and. the 'amount cif( any) of risk of lire. Till': I'lOllll AIMI'UOVKMIJXT
teiisi\e that it would lie received' frojn such in All ordinances or parts ordinances con- I
;grower : a profitableindutry money punt pay
I March: lit. :Str. SI. ./<*/./! Vogel Charleston.March .
if only Liar rl',1l'r\, orangeas obtained nient III' tax, and tlie'l'reasan'ruf the city is IIlrting} herewith sure repeale| .
:lit Sdi. Ifbtrll.iIJh! New
f.ir; the crop, I inasmuch as it I is no un- York. .\ hereby onlered to set apart: one-third\ Passed seeond reading; :1'sth! .January/ IHMO. rt1011'N : C 'UMl'AN1'j

comm m tiling for a single; tree to (', llItaillIi March :L"-!: :Sell.; Krurtt T. hr, Itltitchford) all money; and scrip heretofore paid in for 'proved| and adopted. February 11"1./ IS."IC// (.
," tltniKitml or.III I'1,," that there is a'demand New York. said I tux of 11'711.) whu h money and scrip\ HO T.'KYDD: i

for all that can be produced at a set apart shall be refunded I upon i proper application \ lat-TOil.1; I rresidentofCimiieil.YOUN .! .
much higher figure. To show to what u de- .\Arriviil! port :.\!IOIIlll1Iarl.h:\ :22:!: to the persons respectively! who --- -- l-Vriiitiidliin

,grituflu'rti'etisalturangl-grnringhasrt'u; ; \ svl I :Steamer I'iiriili, ('apt. Smith, Jacksonville. paid the same in. N.1 NS.1 I1 I:OII;(aIfOH : ,

the gentleman. referred to" brings; us several SKO.: 7. He it farther ordained That (the TOHIIH oil 1C. 1C. Uuc,
[ specimen, of which it required onlv one Arrived'I :March\ 2-'t:Steamer:; City nISrIiItjrtim ordinance adopted\ February' 1$. IKso "r(' I1- (; 111) *: ,
hundred lillabox.I -Ueritiiutloirii 1.i-It'/! Fitzgerald: from Jacksonville'and: left lating\ I the rate of \percentage to be colledcdon LAT And <'r lur K."j.OfFent .. (

--. -- '- (br :Savannah same day..lrriye'I city taxes for (the year 17!), and! makingappropriations FKUNANDINA: FLA.

The ll'uyci'osH Jtullroutl.'e ; \ '' 111l'rlllill'r." and all ordinances 1
\ :March _
:Sunday, !Steamer Cityofllfiilifitnn -
of ordinances A Thorough iittliwli: lUliiciillou.Special : .
or in conllu with
\\ learn that the engineer corps 1'IIm..tI..1 : Fit/.gerald!, :Saxanirth.; :
this ordinance
are hereby repealed.
in locating; the line of the new railroad fromVaycross Sti-.imer l-'l'iridi. Smith S.ivannah. Adopted. \, March 17, ISSi'i. \ a'lyautages h in l'Ai.\riNaun!l DIIAWIM ) to ICH.SOH' und 1'urchasers a large !

\ to Jacksonville\ crossed the Transit All left same day for Jacksonville.lit T. 'KYDDIt ) )\ ), ,:I. MrKicand FitKM'ii. number of the most eligible nod desirable

n.lilrllL'I I ab.mt\ one mile south of Callahan :{-'- President, of Council.I I.ItOCI"nTIOX. I. For Circular*, address''
COUMKUVlAl UKV. J. H. SIYKKH: Iot.s, suitable fur Im! incs.s Purposes, or for
on :\\11111't.l '. ,
-- -- I'errandinR,1'ht.. City or Suburban HesidcnccH,
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nil,.. rernantUiKi Market.
1 \ h\'IL'4 On''.:, ('OIlI'X: nicoTinicMf:

A general rain prevailed' through; l I': rtFlorida ("iUKKLTtr> WEEKLY: BY W M. MWTKY. 1.'EUS.'SIIIS.\ *., March 2, 1 18KO.Notice UPON EASY: TKKMS.Liberal .

on Monday.... ThN will be very I benlicial Spirits'fur'entire!' .................... 3S (
to the ;gt. Vingcrupsof vegetable The I io11imon'traine'r............$1 '.!.'>(i91 I 10 voters of the city "of Fernandina) that the Discounts on Values! allowed toParthncigagtrl
,I 'III' in market. annual Flection: forodlcers of said! City will IIY (100 lIS) STOIIJ':
previous showers bad not 1 to a r in manufacturing: or !Industrial
penetrated u
\ Crude Turpentine............ ..none in market.U.tton'ea Ill' held on ..M.laIIII', Fifth day of April.lflhl })
sufficient depth; but the general (:"lHtiIIOl1l1fth I Island in the seed.! .. ,j} ( (. growing crop was lIol1. This heavy between the hours of S A. M, and
J Itetnll Market.tiUUKlTKI sunset on said day. And the following Jacksoii '1IIe Florida. erty purchased nubstuntial improvcmeitt
rain, followed 1 by clear, warm weather, will! ,
ollieersof\ the will then and there bechosen
I. city fur rc.Mdciuc\ or !in which to conduct their
mature the \'i' l'fullc crop rupi.tly.The ( > BY MRS. f I..MIKE, by a vote ;of a majority the votes j
__. ____
u lifiiltr in Fruit. "l'yrtitlilf, (Jarden Sredt, ,-tc. given at said election ; vie : business.
Fruit and Vegetable Mitrket In
\'Io.I 'U\lI. I !! INDl'CKMKNTS: : : ( -
Mew I'ork.Ve Eight;/ \.IJ :II "':S, _. -. ..
Potatoes per 11II"ltd.$1 40fal 1 M One CITY' Cunlawl' TOne :,,,U1iElt: a lyrilOI-OMTAN IININI. : by exemption for u tent ut yean from I
\ hathe following information from Sweet Potatoes, |I"-r[ bushel' ....... 7'( N> ( (CITY Miiisiutand TAX: (:'".I.YL'1'IIU, I
:5. D. Owens, 1'1.'| Ueneral; Agent of the ( .ahlJil I..IIf.r j huiidfeil. ...10 (Kjf'jlM U One ASSKMHOK, It 0(1M5, taxation olleritl by the several citlt-M anal

(Florida Di-patdi' Line, datwl\ New York, Onions) per <|iiart...... l'Ko,15' 00 (iiven under my hand u"II'Jll, of the city towtiH. Apply to I
< '.iw Peas, !JUT bushel.............. 1 7"(! 2 OU the :ii! lav of Man h. lx NO. (Opposite th" pn t OHic'e,)
:March\ Hi;, I Ik*) : Tomatoes, |I'r crate................. U (M1(/!, u (00Turnij ') NOIt.MAX :/ \VNSO.V, Mayor: :> U. IIOIHHK, PlM.rKIKTOH.: jrOIIUecor.. ll -adi ATthst; *., Fernandim
The receipts of fruit and vegetables t'I"i >s, booth. (a, 5 1
per TI-KVER DU-I.XU lIS-t f
I )patch Line aud I jutheni Kxjiri-ss: Com City Marshal, -. ______ __.__._- .
rue ITS.Apple Marlatr.: PUIVATi: AM TUAXHIKXT: 1I0A( ltIHsn. .
p-iuv for the week emling lath, have been *. |HT bushel...... ............ :2 OOfi) ], 3 I 00IIJllalll' ,Z4" T 1C Y art. s;
:.i.i'iO! package' The condition of the consignments -"' j>er hundnsl. :J INI(, ." (NI .Mies. AXM: (-'..\lUU:, Jto\ui KESONUI.K. Xo pains uparecl to

; coming during the early part ofthe CiM: i.inuts. 10fu, 15 l unit_ u CIJ tonll'J'II. __ _*_ __ ___17'Jmu'M. _u_ __ .
week was fair; tho'o"arl''III! ( on huuday lA-mons, !JKT hundred l ..... ......... 3 I Ny/ 4 (NJ \V. LOHMANN'ti) ( ,
were m .,try in pn r order the 'IKM.S+ being: Ora11ge', jeer hundre l. :3 I 00)(, 4 00 ST., HKT. CEKTBE \Unll'4, 11. < JUln'I'I: ;, A .
in m-i.-t in.stances, bud und too old und yel!
Iue"r the market. Foreign; oranges; Lan I-OCI.TKY. FLA. : ec) UIl$"'iJOS )MEftCl1ANT ;
FKItXAXDIXA -1"\\10:\ usrc'laIr.'d
came j in freely, and have Mild Cur;.rulxl! Chickens, \grown..... ....:.. 3.i 40( G1IJXKUALjr -

The receipts have been 12K:! : wises Fates\- Chickens, half. rown..l': ::!tJt -.') l.'ENTUE ST., E\U It. It. DKIVT) .
cios, and! ::!<\llImxj. t jfrotn AUilitvrraneunimrts !Ducks grown, !' .-rlla .. I **>(<. 1 ;)iK IIEALFH IN THE: Flour. .

*. The prices range; iw fail lows : Florida : g:f. l''-r ''do/en. ........... ........... :liO'j,) i"Jeese. FlIltNAXDINA: flit I
orange, ;good I, $'1.ilJ tol.i"per box ; inferior (; each. 75fi, 1 UtCuineas Choicest Frill. I* idol VrRi'titblcM, '- ; ,
:$.J to $,1 i per IHJX i Valencia! i>"> t.) :f* JUT (. '. .Wat: .V> holy, ('or.., Oal.... ONLY. FW: CJ': '1'H PKU I'OUNIV. t
!! '-01('; Mediterranean, Ito: $.J.5ij 'JUT l-,t. Turkeys, ea< h. 1 (''u.S 1 25 I.tf I
_. .. ..
Florida! )iet. fair to god, S..... tut l.i) pert IItTt'UtRi': )( :-'Ts. ( 'ONF1 ('rIoNEI111'a: i Krc.ItlLH : -- -- ----- 4f"t 4 t

Uix. ; interior :J>I Kto *).!. ; Savannah i It ea-*, fleet 'fcnntee.... )(1(" II' l>r. AKTIIIJU c. F0ltl tTrKXTIrtT .

t'$1.-..' to ?.J JUT IHIX. Florida tomatoes.. |1 to Itcef. Florida\ ?>('# 10 rJanlen Secsls. Flower Farm and ( AT OLD( P. O. HUILDIXO.
: v-r IJ'I'. Fl! irida Eieansl..11to $1 perAVu harden tf : .
Mutton .- VHa 1* Implement( 7 -- -y- n" t T-FP j nm. -
__.__ __ ._ ._ ______ '
IN)(:.'% iCQS/N4h '*. Pork J ..... .............. C'V 1 10( n loll HUNT.SKVKItAL'XIPK .
---- ---- Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua
Sausage; ... (ij 15t'I.Ol"Jt :n XI'\ \X.UH'IIX" ,
CITY OF F -K.vvMiN %. March 5, 18..0. uxn : : UOOM8 FOR HKKT':
KT: .
1'1 IMis.kN are muted for the scavenger Shearer IIoiiHt' 4Htt FKUNAXDINA.: FLA.MASONIC. .MAUT, corner of ('err

work" of the City of Fernandina fur twelvemonths Itraii and Mid llinpry1v'Il s. 1, :WA: 1 40 .ST. MAKY', (!KOW.K. .... Ire and Third MrccK
.. commencing April\ lt lt-<0. ( -4Irll. iKTlnishc!... ('t> 1 ", J( ;: There will)}hv u regular com. .\1", the )oI'CIIIllttufY above Messrs. t ydell t

ANuhi-Ufor' removing night; soil for the Flour, per barrel...... ............... 8 .,(il 0 (Ml 1,11 ,>f Amelia' Lodge. No. 17, t llro., corner Aah and Third Htrifts.
t-paee of.even months from April Ut, lO.II !lIa)'. |Kr 10.) \ll,.._.- ;.' ((c4 iw J. \\". THOVH ,V. of the Kcarsarge House, t'. iV A. )f.. UII 5Ii nday evening, February M. DOWXKY.

.mds will l toe re-i'iired. for faithful jH.rforluaiut Hominj'. ir biirrd! ..... ............ (4 4 75 White MoiinUins, Proprietor. '31, ut 71 a chi invited a. Tramient bnlhrvii! 3tf: lit the City Mart.

? of tbd wort." ( Kits, Tier bushel! ...................._ ('. **! Transient rate. $:Jt |l'*r day. Liberal are fraternally to attend.v. -
T. KYPI, I'resitkrit. Ice, irtau\ C410 00 tenn.4 male to th
K.: O. "FRIExu Clerk. Ice, per 100 lbs.._. (W 75 week. 11 it A. WiiiTJticy, t-It''r<:tary. I ; mouth

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TALLAIIASSKK Fi.\, February :3 i, IM O. J ATLANTIC, GULFt WEST INDIA) TRANSIT On and after this date Trains on this: Road ,
:; RAILROAD I ----
On and after :\lonI:1I.'d: l >rtlllf\' 2, 1880! 'v'illrunastllllllvs : I

lows passenger:,!, viz: trains of this road will run as fol PENINSULAR: (:Waldu 111'1111611"RAILROAD) ]DAY PASSENGER.: : : (KxupT: : SCND.VY.) I: 'TROPICAL MIUII.TKOPIC'Alj:; TKl'IT: TIUUM.: UOSIS.ln'II: : ).

AND Leave Jacksonville ...........?........ 8:30::; A. M. I I, .
( PASSENGER: 'fIL\IX-I'\-iT: : HOUND. (;ITfIIlmL.IWeTJ': ] :. I Ix'uve Haldwin ........................... !):30::\ A. M. VOCS111(1 IVIIMKIIsiiiiiiisiuui: : : ; -' : \ PLANTS.NEW .

r Leave Chattahoochec..daily at.... 200 I'. :M i, Leave Lake City ..........................llt.l.\:: M.
Leave Quiiiey.................... ...... :J i 22: I'. M. In : ]Leave Live .
IfiSO. Oak..... .
1'fftd February, ...... ......... 1:1": 1'. M. ---
I.euve'lallahassee) .............. ...... II IHI .
: P. :M
Arrive Savannah: ......... ............ 8:45:!: I'. M.J..c .
1.c110lolltit'l'lIo ...... ..... ... .
? ? 7 101' M. IIOINO HOU.tll.LelL'c Savannah .......................... 8:00:( ) A. M. ?'
Leave (Grcemilie.............. ...... H\ al'I'\ M. : AND '::11011''Aml'Tn( : : : ISuildrd orange Trees"
Leave Live Oak........ ......... ......... 5.rr..
Atlanta, (a.! 2.15; 1'. M. : M.
Leavc1Hlh.oll.: ......... ......... .... i .
: ( .. !4 I 2 Leave ; Leave Macon (Ga........................ 7.45. I'. :M. Ix-uve I Lake City ?........................ 5OO:' I'. M. ---
Live Oak................ .... 2 I 15
A. M.
Leave Haldwin ............... .......
.. .... 7:05( p. :
Leave! Hmnswick, Ga........ .......... 0.15 A. M. : M.
Arrive Savannah.............. ...... !llH> ) \, M.
Arrive Fernamlina, Fla...............J0.15.1. M. Arrive at Jacksonville ................. 8:05: I'. M. '' ;
Arrive Thomasville ........... ...... Albany......... ......... ......102") .\. M. Leave Fernandina. .......................10.10: A. :M. MAIL AND EXPRESS; : :::: (IAtLY.) AMtiicT: i. IIIIMVIM.:

): tire ) ................ ...... 3 35: Arrive Haldwin, Fla......... ........... 1.25 i I'. :M.
lakeCity A. M.Arrhc Leave Jacksonville( ....................... 5:30:: I'. )M. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.SANBORN .
Haldwin................. ...... (II; 25 A. :M.Arrhc Leave Haldwin for Jacksonville.... 1.30:) I'. :M. J.l'Il'l''hitl' House..................... 11:1.(!: I'. M. 1 tf .
Jacksonville) ........... ...... 7 'io.\. :M. Arrive .JacksonvilleCu11i.mute.2.31pM' ( ) : Leave Huldwin............................ 7:00:( I'. M. --- -- --- -

Arrive .Fernamlinu........... ...... .'{ 40 r. :M. Leave Haldwin for Cedar Key...... 1.50 I'. M. Leave I Darbyville............... ........... 7:25:: r. :M.
.lrriveliaiiiesvII1e ............ ...... 5 i 01 I'. M. Arrive Waldo (Junction 1'. It. R .. ".111'. M. Leave :Sanderson.................N...... 8:07: I'. :M. & HOYT
Arrive Cedar .............. ...... 1)30 )
Key I' :M Leave Waldo. ............................... .t.' u I'. :M. Leave Olustce..M:1.1; I'. M.
PASSENGER: ( TRAIN-WEST: )HOUND. Arrive Gainesville' ........................ :5.17 1'. :M. lA'nvl'It.: (Carrie.......................... !:03: ; I'. M.: SECOND: STREET: NKAR CENTRE.: :

Leak Jacksonville ......daily at..... 5 'to r. :M. Leave Gainesville i ......... ............... 5.20! I'. :M. Arrive Luke City.......................... !J:30):; I'. :M.

(Leave Fcrnundinu........... .11 ......1030.1.: :M. Arrive Cedar Key. ............... 11.30:: p. :M. Leave Live Oak:.......................... 2:15: A. M. \UIOt.KS\LK AND RETAIL:
Leave (Gainesville........ ..... ...... U02 A. :M. Trains to dacksuiivillc! and( North of Hald Arrive Tallahassee...................... 7:00: .\. M: .

Leave Cedar Key .............. ...... 4 ::111) A. M. win doily Arrive Albany. .............................10:15: .1. :M. GitOCE1'.S: Slill' c, II.iXILERS: ,
(Leave Haldwin ................. .... 700 r. M. UOINU NOKTII. ArriveSavunnul: ..... ......... ........... !0.00:' A. M.:

(Leave Lake City ............... ....... 5)40 1'. M.Leave Leave Cedar Key.: ..*....... ............... 1.15; A. M. Leave :Savannah: .......................... 40::! I'. M. ANn DKm.US IN

) Savunnali, ) ............... ...... 4 30 r. :M. Arrive Gainesville........................ 8.41 A.M.: Leave Albany .......................,,.... 4:00: I'. M.

Leave (Live Oak................ ...... 2 !I.) .t. :M. Leave Gainesville....................... 8.50 .t. M. Leave Tallahassee ....................... 5; :.1.) 1'. M. I HAY, I I CORN: | I OATS, I IISItlCK.i I j II.hn.1: i I &*:('. I
),l'avclIuli1J1I: ................. ...... :351 A. M. Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. R. June.)...... 11.41'A.\ st I. Leave Live Oak........................... :2:15: ; A. M.

Leave Greenville.............. ...... I'."'.) A. :M. Leave Waldo\. .............................. 0.55; .\. :M. Leave Lake (City ......... ................. :.!:;}II.\II.: ---

Leave. :Montiecllo .............. ...... 500( .\. :M. Arrive Haldwin..........................12.17 I'. M. Ix-avuMt. Carrie! .......................... 4:18: A. M.:
Leave OIutee.r.: ..................... ...... 4:4o: A. :M. '
Arrive Tallahassee........... ...... 700A.M. A LARGE: STOCK( : OF( 1'UHXI1TJnr.W.: ON. HAND.
Leave Jacksonville Cum. Route ..! 1.15 .
( ) t :M Leave Sanderson......................... 5:20: .\. M.
(Leave Tullahusse..... ......... ...... 1'ao\
A. M. Arrive Haldwin..........................12.30
I Leave Quitny.......... ......10 OS A. :M. P.M.: leave Darbyville) .........,............... 5:55: .\. M. 2-19-ly!)

Arrive Chattuhooehee! ....... .' ....'..11 ::0.\. M. Leave HallwllJ..I' ...O.I.. M. )Leave Baldwin\ ....,....................... (J:40: A. M. .
Arrive Fernandina...................... :3.40 I'. M. Ll'UVl'"hitc House..................... 7:05: ; A. :M. -- --- -- --- -- ---- -- -- --- -------- -- -

CONNECTIONS. Leave Fernandina....................... :3.45; I'. :M. Arrive 7:50: .\. M.On Winter SCIIMOII!' 187ft and 18HO.TXL I CIIAKIiSTOSAVAXXAII:
At Live Oak daily with the Savannah Leave Hrunswick........................ 8.00 I'. M. :\Iailllllli Express: Train Sleeping Cars
s.1. Florida and Western Railway to and from Leave t(1(011. 8.10 A. M. run through to and from Jacksonville und l

Savannah and all Northern' Eastern: and Arrive Atlanta, (iu......a.............. 1.15; 1'. >I. Savannah: ; also, )Lucas :Sleeping; Cars run (GEORGIA( AND .FLORIDA STEAM: PACKET (COMPANY.7"INTER .
Western Cities. Trains:! to Cl'clarto\, und South of H.ild- through to and from Jacksonville( and Tal '
,\ D STI .\1l Ho.i'r COJIP : : :SCHEDULE.; :
t' At Lake City daily with the "Florida Central win daily except Sunday. lahassee.FERNANDINA. !I ,
Railroad to nod; from Jacksonville St.Augustine .
PENINSULAR: : RAILROAD I : TIMK: SCHEDULE:, I I The Ill'I Palace steamer .
1'alatka Enterprise: and landings ( B idluranch.. EXPRESS: : (DAILY..) rOil ti

r on the St. Johns( River. ) )Leave Jacksonville......................11:15: A. :M. Taking Effect TuemlnDfcember. -'?, l.W ST. JOINS

[ At Baldwin daily with the .Atlantic Gulf (tOINU SOUTH. Arrive Haldwin...........................120::! I'. M.

i and West 111lia'rrunsit Rail way to and from Leave 11'udO.hructiuu) ................. (0.00 A. M. Arrive .Fernandina....................... :.3:10::: I'. M. No SKASICKNKSSt: :: : No OCEAN DANGERS: .
Fcrnandina Gainesville Cedar Key and Leave Hawthorne........................ 7."U A. :M. leave Fernumlina.......................10:30:: .t. :M. L A.
,f with steamers for 'Tampa: Key West: and Arrive Lochloosa: ......................... 8.10A.M.: Leave Huldwin............................ 1:20: r. M. r! > -

Huvnnu. UOINU SOUTH.Leave Arrive Jacksonville ..................... :2:35.:: p. :M.Passengers I :\

;. At Chattahoocliee three times weekly with l 111 ochloosu.........................10.00) A. M. for Fcrniindinu Cedar -
the People's) Line and Central! Line Boat to Leave Hawthorne........................10.45; .\. M. take this: train. No train from Haldwin Key : jT1 H )",., .

and from Columbia' Eufaula, Fort liaises, Arrive 1Vuklo.1unctiun ................12.15 I'. M. Cedar to (..\I'T. LEO VOGEL.: .
Key on Sunday. .
.Apalachicola other River Landings.( Trains from'uilioto I ochluusuand return __ ., i I
!( /.CPEIcgant:\ Sleeping and Parlor Coaches, Tuesday, Thursday und Saturday ( 'OSN.I'Tln"-At: Haldwin with A., G.j & Will leave Fernandina 1 ,Jacksonville, Pa-
} 11"ooclrull'alHI Lucas Patent run daily between W. I.T. R. 11., for Cedar Key, Gainesville:! lutkaVnd intermediate landings :St.: Johns
r Tallahassee:! and Jacksonville.jWrJuick CONNECTIONS.ATLANTA. and J.\.tllllnllilll\.8Ilfl! all points North ,and THE "STEVMKR* River and :Savannah; and ( 'llUrJl. t'1' as follows

: 2 time, sure connection, perfect West ; ut [like City for Tallahassee, Albany, "CITY OF' HRIDGUTON: ) ," :

safety. IW(J.lt'LmT., Close connection: is made ut Atlantic Ga., Savuunah,"tend all'points) North and West ; Capt.' Jon.v FiT/, j !From Fernandina lor' ..Jul'bolL'ilh111101
20-tf Master Transportation.NT. and ut Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam Palatka, Wednesday) March :3 t, 10OA::! :M.
to and from all points North East: West ").\\'W CLARK:, j "
\ : "
J. S. : lcJoJ.nOY1.
Northwest ers. I 10, 0:30;:: A. :M.
MAIIY'S RIVER FACKKT. daily. "'. :M\ 1 DAVIDSON, Master Transp'n.: Captain i WAKD, II 17, 10 \. M.
AT MACON CIA., :Superintendent.MAM'OItY'S. After (having) undergone: extensive repairs i 24, 4 \ :M.
With Trains for Kufaula: Columbus (Ga., -. .. are now in .FIRST-CLASS! : ORDER) in every I From Fernandina for :Savannah: und i (Charleston ;. -

:Montgomery, Mobile[ und New Orleans department and will perform the Friday" )March, .1:111'::: :M.

,; AT nUN: .\NIIIN.\, .'1.\., ONLY INSIDE: : ROUTE: SERVICE: Iolllla'I/ 8 A. :M.

a_.. ,"" '''''' With New York and Fernandina; Steamship FLORIDA STEAMSHIP: LINE.: between( Savannah and Fridav( ', I 12!, 10:30::: A. M.3luttttuy I.
Line from New York on Wednesday, at Florida connectingat I Ifi) 1 12:1):: I'. M.
: STEAMER FLORA Savannah with the first-class: :! Steamships
rpHK 10.30: u. m., and for New York on Friday, at of the Ocean Steamship Co. for; New York Friday! W! :3 J I'. M.
Wednesday Monday: II 22, 7 I'. M: .
*) :3.40 p. in.; from Nassau N.1'., on also with Haltimore i und Boston
CAIT. JOHN RICH \HDSON: ; for Nassau, N. P., on Wednesday. Only Dirt'Vt (due to !New York. Steamers.Philadelphia 1uoixu Friday, 2i.; 0:30):: A. M.

With Georgia und Florida Inland :Steamboat :Monday, 24 I, 12 :M.
WILL RUN OX THK: ST. MARY'S RIVer sorrii. > '
Co. from Savannah on'1'uesday',11'eIucsIay Invdhu'kLeavc ( 'lose con.ncction made with steamers Ii Irl'ilolJ'ilh.'ulL,1
during: the season as follows : Friday anil Sunday for' Savannah tilt (( Enterprise: also):! with steamers ,
IA>UVC ST. :MAKY'K I''I'HYIOXnA: : : Y and 'J'ucslluloritla, ) \' und Sunday.With' ; Savannah..Monday: A ftcrnoon.Thiirsday for Ocklawaha River ; also ut Suvanmdi

THURSDAY MOUX1XO at I 0 clock for Charleston Steamers (St. John't and Afternoon. with steamers for" New York Philadelphia,
Arrive : Friday
1.'lmS.NIIJN.ancl; will leave FKUNAMUNA: : (UitJ't.illt) from Savannah and Charleston Fcrnandina..Tucsday Kvening, and Haltiniore, and at Charleston with steamers IOk.

same days at N a. in.- for CAMP PINCKNKY Wednesday and Sunday:; t for, Savannah and Kvening.Ct : for New York, Burton, Philadelphia., Hal- .
and all Intermediate landings:! on the river.Returning Charleston' Mondav ami Friday. if of! IlridyetonIA'ave timor, with Northeastern and South (.'a 4t-

KVKRY TUKSDAY: ) and 'FRl- With :Steamer flora daily to und from St.Mary's TIIK FINE HTKAMEUH, l''ia'llIIlIlIh.'flll'ollayOl'rllooll, Saturday lint It: iilrtiads1)r/' routes North, East: and
: will arrive at ST. MAKY'H at I ft
DAY/ in. West.
p. Gu.i and send-weekly to und from WESTERN: :
TEAS Fernandina'
4 touching at FERNNIUNA. Arrive .....Wednesday' Morning" ,
On WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS $t. Mary's River landings. HUlldufotllillj.t.. FIRST-CLASS:: :: PASSENGER: : ACCOMMO( -

I will leave ST. MAKY'H 850: a. m., and can: AT BALDWIN..\., CITY 01"l8TIX.; Arrive Jucksunville..1Veducsday Noon.Arive DATIONS.Through ) .
Palatka...........Wednesday Evining.UOINU :: .
he chartered for excursions: toIlutlgettesy With Trains for Live Ouk. 1'ullalulcsl'l', and Tickets und Staterooms I securedand
CITOF' n."I,.\ .
all points: in :Middle and West Florida. MOUTH. all information furnished! at unite corner
"' Centre and I :Second: 1 streets.201y : .
and other points of interest in the vicinityof FLA.,1th I'ity of JSritlartvHIicave C. A. NOYES.j ) : .
points and Jleave 1Rs.SIIIN1''Imy: !: THURSDAY Palatka.............Tlmrsday ..lfternuontleave.larks'nyille.l'huniay .
Fernuiidina.Through. Lake arrival of Peninsular for NEW YORK and from Nr.w YOUK
landings on Orange on : ; Night. j l'IOIUU.SI) Il.i1'.tNATEEKLY
: Railroad Train. Pier :20 East: liver! EVERY FRIDAY for Leave Fcrnundina..Sunday: : p.m., "Friday.; I'I,.

i Illll of Lading VT UNKSVILLK( .'1.\., "Florida: at 3 p. in. Arrive -\a\'llIIlIuh.'Ilollllu\: : :Morning, Saturday "\ I.ST1.11.: SERVICE.Performed : :.

MALLORY'S: LINK: of Steamers:I to all With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa on This ]Line, having no transfers to make )11 Irliln '
f points; .on the St. Mary's.Close : und from between Jacksonville and New York oilers:1 /)arid Clllrk-: ,
: Saturday
Monday : ;
a'nd, ami Sun the best IlIull'ill'ul'l'/'lt| trlUl! Ocula Tampa Tuesday, Friday "'
shippers.i (
} : Connection Kvening.:
I day Oranges will receive special care in hand Arrive Hu\'allllah.Wl'lIIll'1011: Night, Saturday I
Ii i made with the New York and Savannah AT I'K.DAK K&Y. FLA., hog Niglit.

t Steamers.! Mark all goods:! Care of Steamer With Tiunpa Steamship Co.'s Line for I .
PASSKNGKR: : ACCOMMODATIONS) ARE; NOTE.: -On both trips:l. South and North "'" -
flora Fernandina. 'rumpu and Manatee Monday und Thursday: FIRST-CLASS.: : the H.I\"iIl'lark will cull at all way landings.All ; .
j at 4 p. in., and for Key '\'l''ltillllliur/ : and trips terminating and starting from by the new ami elegantly ai>-
offered the tidvuntages
GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAS- Thursday ut H p. 111. The traveling 'public are Fernandina connect with Transit Railroad I I |JH.illh..1 l steamship! ADMIRAL: ] I= I (.sidewficcli, I.
sengers. Excursionists and Tourists will With the United States und Havana Fut a 1xpress'1'ntin: to and from Jal'k oll\'ille.I\IHt according to following\ schedule :
Und this u very attractive trip us the scenery Mail\ Steamer Admiral for Key Wot Havana, CHANGES.: Connection made at there with Steamers to and from landings I I'aCl.tllr: Key on Tuesday morning.i
with all steamboats for all !
is: grand and alligators:l and other game are l'uba,1)n arrival of Special Train every Tucsiluv Jacksonville:! : on the St. Johns also to. and from Gainoville ; ( Passengers/ from :Savannah: leave\' teatmrCity
the St. Ocklawuha.
abundant. afternoon, lit 4.30 1'. in. From Havana, points on !! Waldo Cedar' Key etc Tickets: are of Bridget >n on Saturday 4 p.:in. I Leave
Indian and with the Transit Railroad
Rivers : .
For further information apply to l'lila. und Key West every* Saturday Special at Fernandina for all railroad stations sold through to and from all the above I Fernandina or Jacksonville: ) TmnMt Railroad
i JOHN RICHARDSON.) train to connect.; points: and when Steamer City of Hridgeton: train Monday morning), Arrive al
15-t! Fernandina Fla.STHKKTY .. ... With Steamer Kntrruri et for !IHint/'fon the in Florida. runs: through between Savannah and Palat- Key West Wednesday morning. Arrive at
--- Suwannee River '1I1\ll': oi\ 1.'lmlnJl'rXU PASSENGER: : RATESLOWKR :: ka, passengers also: have the choice of oillj.tbv
.k HHOTIIKIt For information respecting routes, rates, ; rail Ill'hn'l.n'rnalulina and Jackson Returning, 1'ILve'lIu\'ollll 'fhul'Nla11..
etc., apply to THAN BY INDIRKCT: LINKS.ZtYThrotigh ville. ing. lol'aKI' \\\* 'Friday morning.{ Arrive

A. O. MAcDONKLL, For Stute-Rtsnna: Tickets and all other Cedar Key Saturday morning land( at 1
FLORIDA, Gen'l! Ticket and Pales! Agent. ; Rates und Hills of lauding particulars:l. apply to the following Agents Jacksonville und Fernandina by Transit

FlmXANUlNA. I) 1:. MAXWELL, 4 of this Line Iilllirl'.t from by steamer City of Hridgeton
Savannah Ga.; -( ur. Hull and Bryan Sts., morn
MXNfKACTl'KKltS JU .\I.Y.WlIN OAltltKTT A IIAItXKS.TTARDWARK FKRNANDINA: to NASSAU N. P., undercontract opposite Puhiski: and Sl'rc\'cn House.Fernamlina ing), thus forming the shortest jMixMblenfa

with the Hahumus Government Flu.-At the Kginont: Hotel route between the United States and 'ubu.
:, and are the only! steamers:I that land at the
und to Capt. Jno. I.. ltlllmillat.tl'nt.. *. PASSAGE: RATES.:
Jitovea, Heater and Ranges pier in 1L.4.ocal1. Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Hay and line

DOORS, SASH, HLINDSPatutM R. W. SOUTHWICK Agent Sts., )Dr. L'Engle's: ) Drug Store; A. C. Ijinphere Cnbin. I-J'llrlll'/JI6.
Fernamlina. Savannah to Ha\.ana.j: 00 :$48 50
Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hungerford,
TIN AND 8HKKT: IRON WARE, C. H. MALLORY ('0., Agent.St. Fernandina to Havana. 2000 :38 00
.. and Liibrlvattag. OH*. Pier 20 East River New York 2-tf Jacksonville to Havana ... :2 Ii (00 I ) 38 50
_______ h ___ Augustine, 1"la.-On the Hay, R. F.
Forstaterlrmisanti tickets apply to I.J<:\'K
LIEU: C HA.l"OJ. A HI'.:<':I.\ITY. JACKSONVILLE Armstrong, .\ l'nt. *: I.DEN'S: Tourist Otlici
ROOFING AND GUTTKRING. Palatka Fla.-Li lien thai Brothers .t: Co.,
Agents.: '*> Savannah Ga.-Corner Hull and Hrvan
GUSTAVK: LEVE.General :. streets. H. A. (ALLAN, Agent.
Fernandina-Egniunt Hotel. A. L. MK1:
Just received -a large consignment of IRON F. HARRY, Agent .
Jal'klolI\'i1Il'-'Hfllt r Bay and Iinetrfets.
General Agent, Savannah.J. .
Stoves. The "COOK'S JKWKL": : is appropriately MARVIN'S SAFES: 'Sit N. HARRIMAN: A. C. LANPHERE: : :, Agent! :

\uj.uctinl'-Ou the 11. P. AKMSTRONG.
Hav. -
named-it'i!is a jewel. We will note MARVIN'S: ALARM MONEY DRAWER: : SHOP. 11 Manager. : Agent. ; a> f.C.
(Price -- -- -- -
O. ti. OAKKS:
undersold. P. AVERY,
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;MOXCRIKF HOUSE, : : _, TIN. WARK.. ; 1'. J. MURPHY: I'w,t.al.T\IK.: Mixrr\cTfBvsMOULDINGS

11 > .rt-Tin Hooting and Guttering by nkilled TURNED HA LUSTERS.: NEWELS: : I.JlUY: AND HOARDING TAHI.I1SP:

CORNKU or PlSK: AND FoBSYTH I"rItEfoTII..JaekNon'lIlfI. : workmen at low rates. STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVKS- +
ALL FLOOR To and from Steamers and Train

of the Golden Store :22-tf and Church WorkA I
.\ to Location of Rooms. ___ WORKMANSHirAM
> HflUl..I.l.sl'TC\UT\ ncr RULE.Onlcrs : HORSES: HUGGIR! H.ItXlSS.C.UTS :
THIS and renovated J0NTit
located fnuu A tlUtant-e will rvtvivear -ful ALL SIZES. AND WAGONS.

throughout will: be kept as a thatclasshouse. had Alachiia Street Mwmi Seeonet and Thin!, and prompt attention. IW Office Hox: 17 I.
The Proprietress I. having ex. -TEIIMS
both North and South, will share FERNANDINA..: FLA. _jan4.! ____ ,_ _. _._Fernandina_ Fla._ ; CASII-t.
Derience SHOP,: HAY ST., NKAK Tin: SHIP Y um,
no pains for the cmufort of her iwtnnw in in Onlers and estimates from a distance can- TOn PRINTING, in every style, and at xi!'-Oftil'e and Stable-First Street near_

making the house home-like as any -!far fully attended to. 25-tf ,hot'rtf Jacksonville, KU. tI the lowest rated at the MIRROR office Broom Street Wharf. 49n .

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with their families rr.it\A\ni\A: .- ill: > /;.1 1m.I'10- 2777.71 r.i.v7TlioMuumr ;/'/:<; i:I 1.It fl. I"'. t trac-k taxing: 1 bridge; 1 building and Cs it Mutliti' ,!
lm8T. gtui1ses1 gentleinen-sstine
in the The-
i the xxorri 1II01ltllll'l:
. BY KVTIIKR: IJYXN.My 1 -from r.nglaiid: I'ramv. 5orminy: and rut; Ia; ovr Iunl.; .tbigilsi.'. of the \'r Cru/ I lii' I I'ai'iltc- side, 01 the hills ate xc'ry 11.li.m"1 al X 101" (

I f'l.t1'1': wl'\rll.IIlIHl my hands an-tired I Italy, nr- now sojoumiiiit! here and lavishing; ; I The 55 lii 'i' "I the I A./Ih".rd/ I!, />"tt<'rxviitestVoin I and I Haxan.i line, whith IUI'II..1 early: on fir us"to ,'111,' o\.r there" as t they xxi:htotetwork.

words. hnundhssdelight. I l"eriiuii.l'nus.Larsit: ; ii, a- I.ill I I ,\:, Sun,liy morning :and among its passengersVin.J. I .
;zj ,My I .ionI oppressed\ \ : on ounlim.ite.: : expressing' \ Mae: Alpine, the t engineer! xx ho xxason .\\l I you not begin I 5 sl'nuut| ions at oiue at
':?f. : Ami with desire: luxe I longdesiresl: 1 More( than one ha\e told in wemost of our '"WI and its attra. ;ii"u'': I his \\nv: home frll Mexico, wh.r. lie !"-\', points on the line f"

It'l't-only! It,.!'>t. resemble- Italy ami fully cimal that This phasant town .!, u-aeluil! I from .tan: kso'ixille xxeiit on I tlie I '.'71 I h h i of I December la.t tl 'lr\ ; Ns t; for a time xxe shall be Iu.11 thi.
.I I charms of air soft in < fexv h.l.. .. l 11 rail or \iter. The the route- for the proposal I'lhuaiitepee\ Kailrmd ( When xxc-get cham-i-to In xxo
in balmy .n.1 1
;\4: "Fit I i lianl to toil,-xvhen toil Is: almostniii I I !sunny. dime Iwttir I I' the ph-Hsanter m.ide ,,1! t.I'I. al I. :' : whiih is to s tietili 1,1 miles, airossMexico : may send men intothe( mountains: xvith drill I
"*f In burroii: wa\11-; I :ki( !' and Hashing; waters where (lit nil snowywings 'I though tht'1irlla.II.I'ili.$ are prettj good and ('IIII.t I the I Athiiitieithtlie I Its xx-iirk at I the roc.k C tit t tugs."
I onr bonny )pleasure: yachts! laden with -for 11"11,11. Pacific. tl Ir. Mac-Alpine: returned( to tt' "tnt I ''lloxx 1 long wi I the s'ssiitt'uis't'u," of (the
i-::. l"is I li.inl: I tn :soxv,-and I fleer garner grainIn '' the double adxan- his olnerxations to t the the Te- toad lake?"
gay parties: : of wealth, wit and 1 beauty, rmnich: F'rllll.lllI"'l' 11"l't II' .
:;,_ harxcst-days. tn; .' t :.hol., nud of hax- buuitop I Inter-oc-enii : ( ofMexico It xvas to liaxe I been built III I three Xc-ars:
: :
t'i kindle in minds not oxer rll tn nil I bright I best hotels in I the tnt h. 111:1). .
intone' of t the : Ti" : xxhich I has: its otliee at No. : hit six months I h alre-ady | it tviv.
S : Tin1 burden of my days: i is, hanl to hoar' ,- ilrennn" of fairy land. Shall w e isely profit : fi,hiug 1'r.loe 111"II'p.I.I. and the opportunities WI111.1 t the pic-sident: of which h is.IMwardLcarui'd. i !I i h-axes us tltIII,1\I 1 li\'I,1\I \'lr. "

: .' Hut ioit; knows "l. t.11,11 by these' phenomenal advantages'? If I sit, we I : in Hiisalwa.xs: pleasantpastime I Mr.I ti lal'llill'Tlt: in c'niupaiiy I How I long 11 I limo'? {
iiieovcvlltiit. The town is situated xxith :)i. Hr siiiicrintendetitof I "One hundred 1 and tifly miles in round
: A l I have 'I..I-hnt \ain has )been I extend and I entertaining \11 <
I l'ra myprayer iiuii.t t improve our i \
S h is said! to be '
: upon Amelia Islandxxiiii the I'.lcxatcd alulol., : numbers I I though t this: may 't :tr1' somewhatxvhen
,-S ,; facilities i by having more, larger and 1 grander'\ eighteen miles Ions by t\\'t all one-half inwidth. will ivmains,, Idltptl'al II1'h'l: to t til WI; Iltu the I\1Ulllaloe 1.,1. :se-e
S ,': '. For lte....-:sweet' I Host.: hotels. The t three grent houses Wl' Im'nv hll\'I' I' The It'llll.. the finest in I Iht1.t.! : l>nlimimiry xxork.. Ull'rlllttl.1 I' luvc-Uely \f't eurxcs and t ii nit-s slits it Ill 1

."- are excellent, and full of guest's. .\" many a statement wllll dn not ht."ial. tllla\, Yesterday! Int'rl'tl Mr.I :\al iis''i\I tiiit' gaxe: be ne-c-essarv to 11::k('."
':;.;' 'Tii li.inl to plant in \\rillg-lLn.IIII'\'I'I'i rl.ap h, after "I'Wat'llh.i I to Cape i ay. Ncxxpoit an 1\'IIUI1 of his: trip, to 1 II'"/M reporter. I i N'Mr.( Van Hrorklin ?"
had I might to-day tilled \ "lloxy
S :.. t Tin.1 Autumn-yield ;- more, xve them \ nl.IOI) ortm.I, 5 might. of it"elt'liluilil', I lie 1 s.iid t that h,' had: not I found I the h engineering I I j cnjeiying himself immeiisdv and:
and all materially 1 benefited. Notwithstanding : t of Fernaudinaasa plai-e diUleiilties the first miles of the about I he I'.m-
: "11 Tis hard: to toil,-ami when 'tis tilled toxvtcp tl' f"rtllll' II sixty goes Hamping as though xveie
.- "1\ many: who; are invalids at home" and of '! For a distance Il twintvonernilis eastern end the road I any greater I hal I poror of Moxie-o.\ and 111"107"1 the Imliait
.'t;n;Y. here seeking health xve know of none sit'k. this "; lllkl'ltIII'I: Island lh'uiItfltisrtl'4 xxoiild be met in covering, the :same lengthof I jie-c-ordingly. I lie lias: 111' t health and
.;.-'::. O'er fruitless t I (I.II"II. ; I the Ilo!'> I c 'I' imaginable, lex el 1 ground xxith road-bed in this'l'itItCtl is pushing'tlllIl"lt a live-lv rate'.. S
,.J. The uniform word ic: "I am rapidly, improxing. being so firm and solid that the \heels of us.1it'uiy start 1 on I this side near I "When yon ns'tttnii"

: .\nl.o l 11 iry a xxeak ail, humble I'r\-, (Oh) t this I is: delirious,"-fit. .I tIi7us.- barouche make no imin-essioii\ : 11'1 the IIIlth tll'l'II' 'III1"lal'oollh'r.: he-re "I I c'an't wi pins l's.niiaiis Iot until next xxin

H.I )heart-oppressed\ \ ), tlnf; I'm". the smooth and oxer xxhun the t there Is 1 harbor xxhiili can by tin' 111.1' ofxeiy her ,\11,1,0 I igh weak ami hasty sigh! prance xvith l\ioellCI! I tread. At I the lower little \' be made ,"il'f (li .r !'>II'Itln !tu the foot of the hills, wllr'lhl'
TEH:: sru.l U'IW1U" ClUI- end of the beach i is: l t ( 'Iil'h., an interesting on iheciMstofM'euco.: Thebarnoxv hasonly I real: engineering we rk begins., I don't anticipate t I-
Tor Itl'st. far: KiM.My The cultivation of this in Flsirh1aM,4tuIq relie of the war, and near by i is a .primitixe ;- f.lrl'1 feet of xxatc-r, but this depth of \\ : I any trouble at all, and xxc can get besides
S '" the roof of a 'r s's 11111.11., doubled I by a xc-rv simple engineering : workmen from the its mw-s oiiiiihs't-
the) desert
: way has: woiunl neniss" years, to he mainly confined to the :St.: Johns It-hol"l..crIIl..III' the J"ll
\ !small : \ upon dcxices so that no I trouble will hemet ed 1111 II I'\ Mexico, xxho xxill be glad toe
"S Ami cares infestMy river and has extended very largely) during! highest point of the i..IIIII. is another' xxith mi that ground." one ii I'IWI there and xvork;on I the Tdiuan

i S J path ami (thro' the Mowing of hot tears the .present season. It would be well 1',1'Iwrc.Hoe house, III'rlatl'r !pretensions. "hh,1 (' Iht'j What I Is the character of I the country ?" pee-- 1'11.1" '

:_ :' ". I pine for lle-st.I : I living along) I the Transit Road: and ?."I'I from 1 long;that dislame. Til l ,'I'in'II"1I .Well, you can: :as''I'li,1.'lIlll'II.. pointing! .\\'hlt 'plant'or'': matciials have you on
beach is ; ,
this ; : th"ul.l : to a map ; miles! the (the ?
"Iirll..tllll"l' Irllll'
oil I I'xx.us Always so;; when "till a child I laiilOn mi Orange I I.-ike, ns: veIl as in t the xlcinity of I I"'l'r' xNitorto Florida., forjit uin s st.her place road passes: 1I\1' "lat I is, knoxxn as the "There Is I xvorking i 111.01111 I\o t h"r' and
mother's hrea, Fernandina. to study up\ I the !subject of t Iiiinuiiitry. of result: in the :tate can an.x\ 'thing hall so 'sxxanmy region.i lies low and! beyond a train e f oars. ., xxitb plenty of rails and tim 1
grand: h,' found.' It I" a slnist'; too 111,' (liii'; trouble of cutting I densevegetation and, the brigatine Ceistnopolita Is on hirxvav
hoar the
S As the I 11''n'
plant Il'r.
I xxcaricd little head I e'en t then I placedA.S.IIOXV )profitable : .
! My nexcr I tires I 5 of, and 1 1'h 'Mieceetling \ jsitallords I IIH work I is, a \.1' iara'- sIt iwui now xxith I u of ,dump-cars
!same !season they are !put out III this, country its.Vit hmiui sailing \ 1 carpi
for Kcst.: nexv sleligh easy ter, merely 1111) III for a road-bed 1 xvithgood rails and mac'binists: supplies, so that
S it i is easy: to' us ia iii'nst'. 0I'rati"1Th! ,' : distance. of Fernandina: I Is I Cmnliciland Is. ballast! 1 cut fl'eli t the sandhillsand I xvill be itt, delay in pushing the work em tl.r St
S Ami I. urn restless, : : still : 't\\ill soon ho spur : : Union furnishes t the f" lls swing valuable: in- I Iforllatl"n lal.l. upon: which i is situated 1 t lie famous: ruin dumped on the! 1111,'. \\'h.1 this paitof I t that It has got Itlrh'll"

Tor ilown the Wt'ot.: the l subject. I'pxvanls ,
on :
I Life's MIII I I is, setting, 111\111 l !se-o I the shore ; \ residence! by ( ieneral alhalld I (Ir"I'III's t toxvhom l""It'\ IIII the xvotld., It is unex t Is I his' l'nelt'us''r' S
I ipiarts have 111'1ohipp.I.I. it is: said, from the island i and c.jslU I ; xvere presented the r.iisinu; 1t"I''l'l.' "',1"111 I Yeserv for the long run eloxxn .
S Where! I halt I Host.: Jacksonville: I this winter and prices received 1 bv the Nnl. of Uenrgia many: years: ago. e.irn. Now i is ,'lllh'al.,1 (tl11 lIlal1 lliil.1'lIlla. and ( 'h smigns's wi I )he J
AT.rrMill's. in Northern markets.. avcrngmgub:nit seVcntylive Another pleasant (trip ,'al b,' made to M.Mary's I in t their I I'l le xvay, "II I I t 'i'l.l.'I'Y vy \ I from'Nexv Orleans) : the rn wilt
I illrla. distant only !sjmiles i : fromFcrnandina crops." II.1 % ,'r' she rt 11"' to on I the
t cents per quart : : xvhcrothcroisan excellent bold, Y"I depend (ill the local trallle "111IIIIIIH t ,at I mouth of tll'lIl10rt'" Uixe-r.
"Wil bay
TIIit: Augustine l'-t.... urges the nomination This crop\, 'is much larger; than wesupjHiscd. \ the Spencer I House, kept, by :Mr.J.I W. Thompson dcxdiipmcnt of tin-country"f' I 'li'I.IIt'rl.1 tll' I trll\.I. I the h trav-
! of John It. :Stickncy t for ( Sotcrnor.TIIK 1. \\"(. have. impiiri'.l 1 of the largestrnwers : of the I i famous: Kearsarge: I House I NoithConxvay ; the road: wili". built for 111'11:1 I ml"llfral I .IIIlr for Sin Francisco : S
. and shippers) and they all agree! Nexv I Hani|' Iiire,,III t the WhiteMountiiins. tr.itllc.: Hut :<1 til' company' h\tl'lr I in (the ploasaittcst t sort. 11'1 : '. Till t
I : I I'vyVt:'t Ili"J'fll"1 eontains: a notice least ) will I be made isvisteausier \11 \a\
t'tatat: UHIIHK quarts beshiitpeilfrom I : These tllps/ C'11 grant from "" llxi'all'C'I\'rllI'lt'; II. I road must l be a xm-cess when once built, am! i .
of the ileath of lion. I K.: V. Howe, who xvasState : this !,,,illt. The old. III'ann.. exiiensixe or sail boats, thcie b.'ing jilenty ,;1 ternate ""' -tllllol.f: Ilill':square. : I in building it, there are no r
:: :Senator fri,nii Nassau eoimty III I Is74. I 1 refrigerators; have: I been :supersededny I I the latter (for hire at reasonable prices.. It I is, important to get good 1\uid. Ullll':11 I : ,1:4 difilcultics that cannot be readil.x\ .t'lIghl'IIIf I I'I
better, lighter and theapi-r) ones, gottoniii In( tll' Iilllll\ I .tal'lllhal Fernandinaxvas !say that for ,'lllh'ltor to go doxxn, there( I I.
Tin l>.ill'H nnahte to lei\c I Col.! : the Line, andHiixx'en of the best 1 S
City of was! : | by IIUi'ittof Dispatch Ilah' il I possessing i one I I see t those healthful I uplands ami groxv cotlee i ..si7'K.Mvtwnr or rr.outn.t.TO .
.//UI"I-;! lug more or less' made, and will )pack: them I I This : WI" latlon. The climate is )but, not as 1'1'I. '
tV-areilsho would not the bar Il1h.l"f:4"\'l'III'.I\ WMII. I
w.is : get oxer : : ui-i: i 8Q.
at t the I fields I delivering!I ; them I i I at steamboats I opened, to the II :; -$, \\tl as: in Nt'v's.d at t til"' The1 thermometer 11\ISln:1 ISrH'It TI.I I. { .
the next day. or railroad cars, consigning di rtet. The fa-: hv ( uiit, H. II .):Skinner: 'U' ( '11'11.11.1 byn never rl-"llltl the nineties: ," I\\1:11., Thomas, I'. \k'l lt'nurv, ct mu.

Tii : IVtisacola (j'tzflteMy' that the tllllh'rt.lt..IIIl'oI.4I I pacity of t the I i I home-made s i i u relVlKeritors, t s are \\\conducted\ dflring t that .\,1 tll' li.II":. I loxv far did Von go into the l'llIlIt1' ?" '\IPllllll:4.. ,Y. I P. )lntl""I. '\l'I"'I"I. S
with he l I'rlll1tllirty to one hundred iirirt-b.iskets.| : lug seisoii.: T"t ngmont is I :: .. I xvent over tne line, or the' I lino, 4\11':1 I circuit ,'llIrt fil'. :11111 I 4 I" 1 I'I
: is booming t ):)"omingstreamsjiml !
prOI"H" .
'list' suuie WI examimtl is of the capacity: \, t of stria Mi re.! fronting upon Ilrl.Iurk., andHiirruunded as far the foot of the ( ', or the I -
estimates that 10,000 stick- will u sine !Mi I 'dY-f.stir .(iiiirts-imule of xvhitej j 1'1 Ill'. Thereis by (lower .. \ xvith 11.llllil: ridge of Mexico.1 That in a distance 1"I (.' .T. '
down within x/c.c.k.. I an inside\ Imx two and a half lect square, oninge and palmetto trt'l''. The interior of I of (for fifty miles, ,, (' xvasgrante-el: tllll(rllhatl".tlrll: 'I
two and a Ii ill' hi'h outside, l'o't'r''I1'ith the hotel supplied: 1 with nil! ni'idern appli; to put it 1I1'\'l'lIl'lo"tlll'11:4.II.1 rll:11'! passed through by I chapter it: ,.'4, laxvs: II IfMi-J, tl order the I I Itc'llt' I
TIIK Key \Vest I'lileltr gives a brief geographieul This box is In .loIl' sit 1 of real estate of ,1' I t the ;
husk )paper.:%\' : set another ances Ildllil/'Crl.lhtll'llIral annunci.ttor country I I I I of I this I u t fictile I s'I s arus'ter. I W"lt : : : "llllIlttli.r purpose
A notie-c of Senators Jones and I ( 'all. h"x. also! lined with !paper! with an usis, 1'111 i I .,', etc., etc.The oxer I' portion (he line xvith itr I Van I II' ,1.trihutol. I
ale' ami Iei srtstiititj'e i Davidson. Senator JonesIs airspace! on (the ....i.lt'111,1' bottom of one ceilings :are high, (the halls are wis he. iii iii Itroc:kliu and si II.lt. :e'ssrge Tying, xvho is the '.'. WIII'11 'Iln' for / party to es .
inch solid\ tllI'n'l'r!* the whole, and anotheRHilid I and I'm'I'uurmiituu : fada title" to lands in order
; the
t' of ami I )Meters Call and! \ >guti'st's rooms are urge alr' local! a/cut.; Mint of the way th'rl'lIrn mule / /
forty-six yean* :age, : rover is: 1I'rcwl'll l on this. The rs.' and.I 1 ,. \ .\. roads I folloxving; the top of sandy rielge-s, to maintain u suit to prexint or J'II"I
I Davidson eaeh lilrty..I ht. Jom-sis, amnixeof : 1 baskets: arc laid inside! in tiers\ noting I mi T. Stexv.irt: it ( lrl'I"1'.. 111111r I an xvhich t lit' gt'ius'u'aut I ltlrl':4lf: ( fr.11 (01111"111' title'I and! h,' that !\

I Ireland! ; Call I ot'1 Kentucky, and I I Daxidsnn, wire screens. Over and above the t tiers: an strict tl I Iv first-class: Jiaving; 111'11,1111! Florida. (country can be throughly ,"."til1.1"'llt) I cd at an administrator's sale
ice h' nine i inches is let III 111\11 : in I.""I'I, and In s'ssriiis't'tisii xvith list'
of "Florida.TIIK ix decn ; : ( 'apt. Skinner "III.III.1 the hotel in lllalhowl''l'r., it xxas necessary to make I Illi 1.
holes at each comer in t the bottom let I the istrator'n deed, shoxxs the
excellent !style, |hut xvas obliged to i rt.tll'lIorth a .1'purlll' 11111 the adjoining :" or to. I tt"'I'III probate
Republican! % Convention held I in, Hiival water run out ; fournvix'ahle handle are at on ai';'"nut of failing hl'.Ith.III,1! the or to It.h."t l position 1'1 on I : e-oiiit IIr.lrilll the 11"11| petition ',
county: :Saturday contained, the l'nhn says: tlll'llt..IIII'ar: .I the I tll\\,. The thick paper Is* a\ Iv.nlllllt.1" uu'eunsliiiglv' ., : ""(' lal"'Illd.I.IIntlrlllr 1 mounds from tl I for such tlllr til' piirpu-vof distributionand S

but scve-n white men. I lU'solulious: wore good noii-conductor keeps' dampness: ) I Iroll'itor. )1 r. .\. I.. :Mellen. This gentle t tv t.i eighty feet higher I than I hi.' ridges'', Mr.l pavnu-nt' of ,1.I.H. / t.l"tol to Il'rlolll i .
from the inside, and air I fri tuim t the outside, ; of long "''( and Van has located the line along the I intoreste-d In the 'ltatwi 1,1
adopted favoiing ( rant and( Settle ; hut the the air is non-conductor and 1'11 II'l'i"lll' IIrl'ktil t lie (is IrllIlt.t h
I space\ a also undoubted ability. !Is best t .pub- 1'lltll'I'1 foot of the coast: .sand-ridges for Ilti (contrary '
portion instructing; the delegates: to giveS \presorx-cs, the temperature.\ When read to lie from his conncctinn with the ( irand l'n- P'I'\'nlr h t i 'from Coat/acoalcos 10 till' appears that the heirs acqiiloserd in andratifies
their votes: to Ledwith i for (Sovoriior did I notpass. till the upper\' tIP is unscrewed" 1 by thumb Ion, Saratoga: and also n.% proprietor a lexv Terra N llm riV'r.'II'h I i is .J.r.o lect xvide ) tl'lal. at the time', and the purchaser j
screxvs! from the inner I ,'I1\'r. t the! last I being u u; seasons, 4i ). of the l U' syiti'irts'ri.i 1 Hotel 1 atNassau with twenty t l long stretch of lexel 1111 grantee; has had! the imdi II
I H is: suid, lit avt'vur, I that a majority hUe I IlInl. the berries inside in : tlloI turbed under ,' and dc-cd
placed posse-ssion:
roxvson N. 1 p )a1 Ir. .Iml It'iu Ncondncllnvthi I : I t not over > feet abovo the love .udllll
bed with delegates; wen elected. The I'uinn xvire !','r'wl'I.' the ice box filled with iiv. n that is iin'nrp.isspd: I III 'ollltrI I I at thesca.orahovuthosc'ah-vol.. : I for h'l vs'aars!. i

intimates that the convention was: not harmonious h-t in at the top\ ; the loxx'cr and upper covrs 'Jlllt.llltll'r "' "- writing the hou' How as to the \\'t..t.r or I'udlll: ""I.tlli ::1 i. Whore I suit had 1"'l'l commenced,

S and a good deal of! ill feeling ('11. screwed. down and evervTfiing Is snug I is completely filled xvith Northern people. I Igo of I the lil?" against an uhlllllltllrix. and judgment' by \
for shipping.; Mr. John ;lirillith the builder hence to HI'llah. from xvhich city ( lit'reash'r&m "I not go beyond the foot of tinmountains de-limit entered I. /111.111 iissfHsmcnt! uf damages
gendered.Vere these Mr.I H.'silispa.'siunatcvoters :saxshexvill: mII: I', finish ami complete the of t theiVwfrr may !shortly expcitanother as: xve begin at t this: t'iist made l In 11i1. but 11 final Jut lguuis'uut J
: ? refrigerators: fur :.V: > eai'h. With such refrlgorators ; -' letter of the 'HUll II South'I serle'i..tItILJJI' and work here fur "hal tl/I1 I not make cntere-el g for (ten years, and I in t Iho 1'altlll I
berriesand'' I vegetable ran I shipped I ) lllil tin' tl.lmlllltratrlt, had sold the ,
TIIK t'l'iriili Cfmrfiit describes) u curiosityin and ahvays nash the market fresh and! in are UII.'lllllatlol well II t11'llItulllllllt ) IU.llf'r\\'arll'4, II I Is;;:! the- final jllwu.1
uottr. pretty :
the .shape of an orange: : In external apjHaranee good order.: They are being ordered. by our other Ilrllh II WI the original 'II' I }, I'
the orange xvos not dittcrcnt from truck and fruit men about the -ity, some This valuable vegetable: ) production i xvas reaeliei Ilr\\or:4.) ", feet Tit\'t1 the wa puilit level tl thus ,plioxxtii' an apparent judgment lienusof .

other [hut on opening the fruit a smallorand haxing; twenty or more ilia.I,.. The truck cultivated! wit hi considerable success before What: j11 I !sharpe-st(grits ls ?" lHa'l ; held, that thin judgment so en- I
any and 1 fruit I business! Ii increasing i so rapidlv[ time war in various: parts: of the state. ( '01. \st- "Iml IUI\"II, I tlllkl( I 115 feet ti. t'rl.elltie lot create I J"II& against I Iml& ,
perfectly developed orange was found I that Northern dealers are competing for the and to I
; mile distance /1 1,11.
at the [bloom (:nllif the orange ; this inner I business, and transportation hues are olio: r- Hallowox xx-as engaged lllr many: years! (in its tlc the sharpest u grade: ,If lJht II fcncrully fl 'll. lalll\11. I I"r'ha"'r(' lsimt under sm-li judgment

orange had no peel. Je.: I'ctervm ho: a jug: special facilities in loxv freights. and s|>e- ('llh'utlol with tat"I\tlr: )' rt.t111 and several xvor t grades are ') fee-t( to I the mile, and (thisonly Jlilht \I enjoined 1 by such purchaser.
vial ('al'!!. III every item of ox|>ense' ratt are parties: III .thusluimaa oiinty ni.idoa business among the" mountains. Out on the I .\ judgment by default and! asscssineiitof
tree III his groxe at Spring Hill! that produces loxver and the producer is, not now as hew.is IIr it. .1 Ir. J. U. I Hill. of Orange C'ollltfumbhl' \ I'aeifie side the grade gets doxvu to (hits ordinary :"la"l.: "lt"r''II.I but no final i j judgment.

V this freak of nature rt.ltl1larl'hl'n in former years, at the mercy of othersliooften ., ''' the ftiutlt Fl'irMt .//.1" with I 1t'\'I.awllikl I I i Oi the Atlantic-side-there i diM-s Ilt ,'rl'IIt' u 1"1 against the lands ufI I
the crop is short nine out of ten of the \\ entailed 1 loss by their excessive following statement of t the mode of cultivation is: clear stretch for many)' miles, wh"f.onl>' I (list sheft'nts .
: are double, with a full crop the charges( ami neglect.; 'flll grower, tllll. 'ha.sprofijiil and yield of this vain:ibletroii : grading I will be necessary, ami that : thesjmiihst .5. A judgment I is not "goodxordiattcN,. '
oranges experience, ami takes more care February, I"il, I i planted I 111 ofarroxv f soil of york" liable (t'l levy ami sale execution. Such
ratio is inui-lt smaller. m raisin:V the bc,.t ; sele<.ting and packing; rout in I"\' three feet xvlde, Iah'txvo ti'.t in there !I" many tunnels? I sale carries lit, right 1). control: the. judg-
with lie finds that his .rutit04Ii'.... inputting it \\11 m<*nt MM ami i is void.Dcirco !,
care the
'filE l like City Ilrjxirttr aysthe cominb.sion -- the drill. 1,1.llo! ( gather ( lirt imp ; "TIIr lay li I te\v .IUr ones ;. mere 1,1.1.
... on the market the very "'':ott. Florida is rattoon ; up very thii'k, nU111 the arches I alllrnie-d.
merchants r"I"lrt[ green ]I'a in hadorder oranges have xyon a name ; Florida: ,t raw- work I ;gave: it,I'Ile rnu one | "',-n .\\' .tlllk.l t character of the ru.k'? 'lll"IU'r. Davis it Hampton. and K. (!. I"'. I
ami l'l'oi'l'ry: low, and that the sales berries are 'oming'kn.ixvn as superior. and the rows. TWI w.I,1,4\1 I gatherc ;J7lbushels. ,I It 1 is i granite) and! gneiss, xvitli home mountain Sanchez, counsel 1 for appellants ; 'hllll' F."

I have not heen high enough; to pay the ohippers I I FillriliadalI; ,'". melons, ;grajn-s, etc., will ) I tll1.L lrt'1 the land I, -t.,9.witant' .** limestoneThe, mountain* Wert volca King und H. H. Hilton I counsel t for appellee. I I11.

and states that this will ,liMs1I1ragesur.| ., psi is)i\ be added' I to the I list. There is no fearS : yards, wlkh at tl" rate of :{-> another for If the business beim; overdone for our seastn bushels to the I tll 5 1 IIt; rows: I be in the rI'kl(ms's-s of volc-anic lir: (.t; id. ApMid| from Huvall'II'uit'llrt.
Mons! from planting (peas year I will always! ii5iivauiteiifuitIitrjslac.s. tWl'l'l tWI rows of IrlO '(- plantiil!: betxvcen "There is no danger of a.tuul'ult'ul.4'* ?" Il'tHibill, if, J,
,northern markets. It would lie a matter of :I antI the .demand: i \vi.luaiuig.. ; hills of,'
interest to know if this statement applies tu feet wide and ;: fi-et in the drill : the yield fact to give a ,"Uol of the sort of rinks, toIte u 1.11.1 I to (enjoin l'artl.11.1!

nil!! the tohll'I"'J'S"r whether, in some ruses, I nUll lilt 0 K1.V IMH.t.V TU I:.I TItS. wa.s 7 "u"lld.un :1 Id s-maro yars. ., at the rate met with. I'rl'I..1 I (to "all t htH'."'mp-
Indian In...jtctor 1'olliK-k bus just given (fti!II!} bushels jitracre.If .I J'IW 'ssii ",ill{ to get I/lhlrl'/ ton ( |MTSonal ITopertV UJNIII II)' ti
.by better packing or more careful selection I vmi wish t-i gather it and tu make / h.LIIII idi-a wlU1 we tartc S and assorting, got*! price have been ob- Home interesting testimony l eforu a committee great yield plant in roxvs 'J feet apart, 10 to heru that xve xvnild havo to go to Jamaie-a or Jl'lIt'I/1 (cxei-iilioii are for (lies purchase

S. tained. The market report from Huston, of C-ongre; ** in regard to the dealings\ of 11 ildl' vise! in the drill, urlll\' /lm'U" Cuba toilet ncgriM-M to work wl.uil endure inom-v le the t projierty.J. .

March 12 few Florida susmjIuguurket the ;government with! ivago; xv.irds.. In plant on a high 11"llr else it tl('llat, but xvo fllll tUt tie Indians !. The Il'lrll.lllt ansI M1'.t"l of |II'r."Jullrullt.ry -
sayb the first place he say that in the (' of some to dig. Throw up the l imeit'4 with a"Watt all that Wio 'rv and | to "I fruU
generally in La.lo..ll'r.. No call! for them so "ur draw them xvith a do eK-tcrmine xvlutlii-r the
I : ajong txlril'll'| he has t'.tund tint: til plow th"1 up\ tiny lakl'lX'lll'lIt xvorkmeii tir ordinary not
early in the seu-son.'It would seem from di.i'is are U agooddeal m honest and! truthful hot, take: a sharp stick and iirtko Imles ul IJ ; II" ''! exK.-rt| in cutting property is lawfully exempt. That question
thU that in the land of .baked. iH-ans new I th.ullhe average ijoritv of white 11'1 the top of the 1-ciU tl eii cut the root : or :( piiMnttge through the 1IVY. ,'t.Ltll with 'U for I court oflaxv to determine.Dcsrceulllrmcd. .
-a j sr'slwiitiusii| wliith noone who is nut an inches long, 2 (eyes to the I.ir'll 11111 their inuchctaM. AIII throl tIl lln-t h .
|>eas are not wanted in March and that Indian rmnitratr will attempt t.> controvert. tlll iu each hole! and rover with a 1111' miles we shall) use the oiat 11.IiL., A. D.v ctt, c ,unsc-l for upjHllant ; O. I'.

either the shipper or dispatch lines are rei I In the next place he flares! after a carefulstu 1I'II.II."II grassy, s''si 1 aroUI.11. xxithu twclt. accustomed 1 to tie IIwlal.. 11')' l'sis'I'r.| tounsd for UIII'I.'c.
>|MinsiliIe for their IH-III;,; in bad order. S ly of the iuiatsjeet. that of three hundred 1 hue tlln it oil and let it Ilti. thegrasi have come with their and dtl"r\l,
I and sixty treaties ,madewith ditrercnt .is dead throw the dirt l kuek ul.I it which r.ali that they- Ia'II stay A I Jtov'n MiuuTUH'M Kmnnr.NVar: Ilurk-
WE think we are justly proud uf our old tribes scarcely one hal ever Itevn I 11lal. go until dicing time If planted f'>r bogs.plant I long as they c-.tn. They oime fn.U all aillJ vil.1.. 1 k alt iron bridge cronoing the track
....>. Refinement I as com, or Utwis-n (corn time; in their but there I lUchmoiid I und D..nville railnod,
I young; city, anil! for ('aIL. Ills ktaUment will probably startle! the average yoi 11 would ')u"t ('lll', .
gaiety and! *>d order. prevail every where.We I ; neW'paJier. who has romantic and sentimental IU". It is the _t crop for lioirs I f\.t.w many of tl'I. so we pay the in |1 u day. while the bridge is nseil. I by (the Atlantic, Mississippi
S I.I notions alxjut the Indian, but it will nUI in the easiest made.I I would. whiM .\th'rH' huvi'pii-hcd., on u Ii. we ('aI jMi.iher und !Ohio n>ad. It frequently hupKns .
-S read in our exchanges of trime oasualuVs I not btMifXvs to or create'I a ripple of exritement farmers! to plant it, it is nude with no little lii'lians who will not '11" into the | that trains are paxsiu;; over tbe'brid/e
'it. and disonU-n. of bixly and mind! rioting : among the very large class who in lab.tr. to In KO profitable. low district>to work und xvc "hal |iay but while anotm-r U. ufwin/ Lonouth it. Thi

in our sister, citin* north ; and while we extend I one way or another are concerned in our s'>- r.*> ('C'lt. a day. Along the plains. I have oct'iirre-lonTliurHilav I whIle'I'lis'iuma5ts Horm-r,
sympatlat-3 t/) tuch we thank the giverS ('alllln.lan l malcmtlIt.Suln.l.Ln treaty. SHOT HEW, BV ( I'M.iir-VEtit: OLD I'Y I pokenof, villa/eHof these Indian! are frequently only twelve year oldv.tson thel I ritgc. HeHO'watching'he
I l a utiiU Two \\'aitImlutiiii Territory ( 1 1I'aI.I. met with c''ltalllll from :( "" to train In-low II was
IJ.ent IlaJI
from full hearts for "'|Mfial ble&sing. VetS } I .rll inhubitanU. Iaijsr. ktrue'k bv time tntln. I wiw kimi-ked'
; the (\'eli'I1t or the interest uf the !Inlir Ion und t.rk. disputed! uJut 1 ph', 1.IUJ : w. '1 hr 11
we are nut j crfWt nor vain enough to feelfcatlsfieii. I agent or the Indian contractor. The "rall'l! H'I latt'-r' :,l/rl/'|Ita M"I ers at M I tmtl I nuiubt-r, as they leave slat i the l.ri.Jt and fell uilm the ft'O'f uf H
Augustine; is a (xipular resort ; S the whole treaty (tolicy ha.s. been a mistake, ( .til r IM. 1 fence, when Mr I *. ('harksmrtkresl their women tie siti the work in the tii-ld!. 1 i-areif ho train In-low. He rdJllul..1| ami!
S I 11.1 a blunder from the very I lithium The ; 11.1 <>n his refusal 1 to g>, blnk: there artnsiW al*>ut V llUl'l at work fell U-twtvu two ur the curs, but & ;
uone dispute it. More and more, every day I net result of it j* war, tlit eiiruh- a himlf'hand of her fLjht-yearidd ind we .!iall! Late W many more at work (the bumiM-r he htMuu till he was rcwuesl.Thouxh .
the eyes uf the wealtl\y world are turning; I melt of n'tliticiaitu, avis 14.acl.! flr the Iadialles'. Jut and told him todrivel'uddcnoir' wlu.rulln very IMJOII. Hkillol Ubin-ni or iuiet.'iuaiuicswit bniiou'I, lit* ft-cuped Iruus'nJury.

S beaming smiling this way. Several dUtin- 11 I termi maataon.-.Vcg. YurL /"I.J the l buy hot It.ll'lI a1 bo taL1 (ruin the' United Slate/for but L terribly tniIatcuit'sI. ,


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r JRHOH. The grand excursion\ to" Cincinnati: to celebrate w OR Lit ? :: freights<< but vegetables! arc strictly I''rl '...
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-- "h the opening! of the CitH'illllati"l1lh.' :\ The strong annunciation! which the I'rc'i- ble articles, und must not linger on the

I JrlW.YR81)A )*, M.t. In./.. 3j, MM.i ern Railroad. appears; to have been 11 greatsuccess. I dent, the press and Congress!' have made of I I: but be put on a fait freight !schedule, OFFMIW. : : t
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At first !sight\ the connection<< between the Monroe<< doctrine<< has<< caused: someofour : treated as II specialty. The proposed
ftnd fennax
thrrt'/Klllllrlll' lini'iny i I I
with this jtnprr will iilamc tllrrrt to Fl.onn << the (molt States:; and Cincinnati docs<< : more thoughtful legislators: ami writers: to i vention<< of freighters! nnd, freight agents:' i 000.OOO Aere'

Ml t )linn K, rcrnnmlhiH, /Yl. not seem of so much, importame as to call i consider whether we! were in a condition toI I I well considered: move of the general )
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u for so much attention. Its importance lies back up our declarations!' if the great powers :; agent of the Transit Road.: We tlllI*t 1II0l'
VKMOCRA COX (Jll1'SSIJ"'Y in the opening of an to make an issue '' careful: not to glut our markets, and we : ( :::: : AND DKSIRAULF:::
CO I'E..V7'1JN, FIRST IHSTRWT; pendent route to the northwest.: with us.: I'I' make our products desire411y:' their '<<

At n tncctingof the ]Democratic Kxeeutive construction:' \ of this road there was no direct<< It is admitted, of
Committee of the First: District, held utQuiney line of communication running north and I have<< any light I it will. I be on the sea. The I I j and the other cities:,! of the great West: STATK: OF FLORIDA, '

un the 17th, it was!
the Congressional (Convention for that District and the Louisville:\ Nu.shvillcand Chattanooga '. but twenty-three sailing ships! and lIinet.1 good vegetables, fresh, crisp and \' \' $I.-'." per acre to new settlers, with

nt Cellar Key on the 12th
As! the State Convention to nominate a (inv not penetrated by any existing: : through line; an considered worthless: for modern warfare. lug very well.' They are putting) on a \'i more These: lands are locutidon<<

J ernor moots at Juincsville! on the 10th of III order to go from Atlanta to Cincinnati, "'e have but four lirst-class steamships, and, ous growth, and in a few years people <<'I'ut to the line of the

June, this will enable delegates!' to attend the one had to go" to the Potomac: on the cast, or. stetrnyesselsof: over 1 11 HilI(> tow<
I Congressional Convention with little n TRANSIT:: ('O.:$ R. R.,
I expense: or trouble Cedar: Key is: accessible the single road I of the Nashville, Chattanooga : assortment! of irnn-uluds numbering prominent feature of the country. One

from all points on the Oiiif, and nVi and St. Louis\ :' Company: the entire control of / twenty-four in all-nil of comparatively' advantage of this: section of the (' from FKRN.XND1NA: : the .\t-

the Transit Railroad. The numhctof delegates south-bound freights, and the power of fixing little "aluc.The that it is a gllolllrlc-ultm'alll:4, ;; well as to ('EII.\ It I:l-\:: ', on the
entitled to !scats' in the convention will all through rates.:'! There wits no direct European: iron-dads of modern construction country, and hence well suited to '.' "" utlording to the producer cheap, n n-

be one )hundred<
I number of counties!' represented!' will he twenty While it I is! true through freights were fixed twenty Inches thick ; they have cannon from i: corn, sweet potatoes, rice<
.t wo.I _____________ ____ at fairly low rates:,! on some leading, ; articles, .'>0 to 100 tons in weight, and with charges of I I bits, und, at the same time, have an ) belt of
RAILROAD SURMISES. which otherwise would have sought water powder from 2.jO; to 4."iO Ihs, throw projectiles ) I 1 grove of 100: t or ,')OO trees<< going: on, which I C, embraces

t The Cedar Key Journal<<1ul l's in some transportation, yet !still the time was: uncertain weighing as! much as. 2.00H His for
speculations iis to the bject of the visit of the und in the north-bound freights. the to 10 miles. They have fast steamers: which und dean culture of the ground/ while t"lmYIUETY: : OF SOIL

charges amounted<<1 to prohibition leaded, << will make fifteen miles! an hour. (rent are growing.The .
ruilradparty<< headed by President<< Plant of l << found, in the State, a large proportion
thc4avnnnh.lnridaIHH1! Western!' Railroad cars would come to the sea-board and to Britain alone has about sixty iron-clad,, two new villages of awtey and pl'c'uliarlytI1ll'h'cl to the culture<< ot|

I infrrulntinn Florida: and return: empty, because:' the products France over fifty, Turkey has twentyfourand 1 banks! are noticeable for their neat und
what :
I lint city. The Journa1MUys! from I '.\I. FnriTsand F.arly Vegetables,
surmises but effort of the country could< r it could<<1 gather, it : t an }. rr!/ C'mpneIlqIIPS of
I ; will be made to get control of the Transit charged. a naval power, nor C'1\1I1'\u'h ships! of wllr1I:1l1rl' fencing and clean cultivation of the these lands<
(I'Ii; Road by the Savannah, Florida<< and Westernllailroad The city of Cincinnati has invested fifteen : now used, be Improvided., Italy has& The neighborhood of the l and! Weldon millions of I < .' Hail road, to open up u ('nntinu01tille of smith/ through Kentucky and Kast; Tennessee whole navy, the DitndoLi, of lojoo( ) tons burden eler, but luinesville i.s: improving' of

transportation: from the Mississippi! tapping to Chattanooga. Over 100 miles in Is saved I and six hours in time Of It is: raining here this' morning, and
and << O'c'rthe projectiles. the cost of such armamentsone :
the markets of the west tI
I grain ."iug land from tills Nashville and Louisville mute. Cincinnati form, Idea. from the statement temperature' )' cool<< ami ple:1. ant,
some << :
gaining an outlet to the Atlantic )ports over with eats Irr free JMs. .'uc on the Tran
the Transit HOIfl.I could, hardly. be reached before except that one KO ton gun costs nearly$(iOOI.lO, and t' sons who thought; it was growing tau'
for, family and personal directs<< <<
through channels hostile to her interests.: the vessels! : nearly twolllilliolillf dollars.It \ :' to remain in Florida will I We do not how the
exactly see ordinary :station' nearest the hind purchased.
( The new road gives: her connection, with u Is i business! these roal are concerned carrying : I .: COMFLKTK; :, being derived<< by I
net work; of mads extending to tainlv :March further north.
radiating could be defended from an attack by I on a warm
the Transit Uoad. It would '
grain over I from the lfniteit :States<< total pun-ham-
every J port on the flulf and<<1 Atlantic. In sea, by these: nasal IlIou tt'rlIt will be a 1
after the grain had reachedthe
seem unnecessary! :State: of Florida.
; Transit! road at Cedar' Key to look I for m.my articles: food and manufactures Cincinnati matter' of thoughtful reflection to our public : XOTIC'U OF IX: <'OKI- .\' !
other Atlantic than Fernandina tolieMhippelubrbad : i has. superior advantages; in furnishing .. men<< as to what should, be our status: us a OF TIm FKRNANDINA: AND ( ( ) : HE ( '1': :.sOLICITKD.\( : .
any port SOXVILLK: RAILROAD ('( I ll'\
the Southern trade naval has
p.uver. Our policy heretofore
? Cincinnati AUTHORITY OF AX1' ( II,' : <<'riptl\'(' M \IM ami The time between and Chattanooga
a peace policy' us regards<< : foreign governments. BY
of the Florida
State of
Legislature; t iOIl.
j WHAT ItOKS UK MKAX? Is, by present I'Id"dull'lilurtt'l'lIlallut'1l, Shall we now enter into competition I titled, ..\n act to provide u gciicr.il. ; ('HAS.:: \V. LKW1S: ::,
I A public )person: in a recent open letter tOt hut, will,
.r hU Republican frlendsMUyM"thewishesandIf twelve, and then tea 1 From 1 Fernandina. if nation, or how far 1s it necessary to go, in and approved February! ">74, cor. 1III.h und :Seventh' :tits:
: aspiration of the \VhO'Xl't'I'tllothlll: I the time t'oulIIc Improved over the Macon( ( l tahli"laill.C!)!; our naval power for purpostsctthe.r company hereby given has, been iis! required t formed, ,I by'under said act till', 1

from their votes but u dispassionate<< ) O'l'rn.j and Itrtinswick Railroad, as
I j IIIl'ntl'dlll'lItlolll\lId ogress nitstb( weighed; be next winter, the whole COMPANY, to be invested with all I s. AKIS.:
I f ought to be traversed. in thirtysixhours. rights; powers privileges, and franc'
j 1\\ and considered.<< << of our sea coasts The people<< are not 1 I
conferred' upon companies 1 formed
I In the next $enteneeliesttvs "the Republicans _________________ desirous of cithern jtrca" army or a great said act for the purjitise of <<' I I
will carry on in Florida! an aggressive; WILL THE ORAXOK CULTURK; navy I Harbor
t campaign; on both State! and National: questions \ Ol'KRUOXK. than strong ships of vv.ir. While i.s public<< use: ill the
d ) and throw ltot- llot into the! enemies The question I Is frequently raised whether improbableth.it we shut I get into any presentdillleulty property.Tlie\ main. line ut'said Railroad .-.. _:' --- \
.i lines till the victory is won." << over a canal which<< ) may not be about ltveuh'-Une miles in length ; 1
These gentlemen who are seeking a << : of Florida the market will not bo' tiulf and West India Transit I
i government cannot ho the same stocked inn few years and the prices<< reduced ution, yet still it would. Im a satisfaction to Nassau: county<< and the :St. Johns 1 :: : I FU\ Atf

'"' t gentlemen who arc going into the hot-shot below u profitable/ remuneration. That t thereIs us to know that wo had some vessels quite or about the city of Jacksonville\ and 4'I I ,

business.i Who are these! gentle souls whose immediate! danger of this. kind may be up to the standard of the ships built in pass: through/ parts of the counties of I f : on haml ,

wishes!' must bo considered< : i, 1. 1 '
.. cK IT it 1.I.,
I inferred from the large amount of our foreign I II. 1 M. MAXWKLL.: < .111": s.
\ virtuous and amiable! leaders who are going I to build few (irst-class vessels: which would. '
/ imports of fruit, We find that in the f', \\ ( '; \ : :
ii I to charge the pieces, to direct/ the guns, and, year<< 1ST oranges, lemons: and limes passed : be ready In any emergency: but not to enter Ftrtumdlnn )'t',., March tv.w., .-: ( -! WOOD) (COFFINS: ,

t like: the Parliamentarians of Cromwell' pray the custom-house, to the yilillt' iOIl/I'HliH>(; (; ; Into u rivalry with foreign; powers for aco .olunx.\XC'I': ': I Ro-e\\ood: : Walnut und, ,other wooi4'o.FudertaI .
for execution? tly naval: for<<:e.
good > '
in 1H7. to the value of IilfllliI."II'I !) ( > ()') ; in T> ULATINO:<; THK: RATK: OF
The picture is !so! lovely, some of these innocent The plan has been advocated with a good crt' (C Goods! il
187<; to the value of itt.lllMKJT.: ):! In 171 bananas _LV centuge; to be collected on City 'I
voters who are Meeklugtnr the t/i"JH11I./ to the value of $!)2OOO:! .
were Imported ; and .itlier 1:11I"11'11I"hl'lIlIcI.:: :: ., toid
titHiiite, who have no aspirations for otlico small, low vessels mounting one lart'pivot Hi- it ;tirditntril liy the! Common I I
in 1H73 to the value ot'I'i7liHIIfJ< !) und in the city of Fernandina' Rodo.KMIiALMINC<< .
"udditgolldivision, and Hill'IlCewhu nun which can safely approach; a large
IHTtlto( the value of11.1,4)2\ !) (K). The importation That for the purpose of for education andprogress. vessel und deliver their lire und if : (j DONI I' i
only anxiously! virtuous << since, we I have not at hand but I 'punwIIJo i penses<< ai'the city government<< for. the ( :: iI I
into shallow outer Our harbors are few 1M7!>, t the following appropriations' are .
they have probably not < i f As the Republicans, he assures us, are all of them capable of floating vessels: III'stub!! by made' : ;. << I. '
ut least four million now "l. The sum. off l.ssr for unpaid 1 :-:\
going to throw hot-shot, it can't ho them ; it draught of water as these great Kuropcun: : I'I\I.: : ." attended<< ti,.
\'lIhll'M these foreign fruits: come largely indebtedness.: I .... I mail
be the Democrats he Cluds and vessels: of a class! to by or telegraph will receive<< <<
must, after all, : IIlt'unolF : from Sicily and are entered ut a low valuation iron- << require, -. The sum of $1.9.-10 for salary of

F whoso wishes are to be weighed and (consid; it may readily be seen that it will take enter our ports along \the Atlantic and( (!ulf 'otlicers.If. The. of for Remember:attl'ltluli.( that I am opposed<< to high
:So :$700 payment
crt l. An anxious country waits for. an explanation. ; coasts: at any stage; of water would be very sum 1 ,
many years for the orange! crop of Floridato scavenger and( other sanitary tilt rl'n"l
I 1 reach four millions of dollars, and orangcncan '\ valuable for otl'ence<< ami 5' The sum:! of $ao() for cemetery ItISI: $TRErr.Sh : .
TIll MURHKRKR O>", MR. H'OOIJ- certainly! be cultivated l here und put in CORItLSPONItNCE. jw ses. _.

.1 t FIELV. market at a profit if they can be brought H. The stint of $jllll for incidental IU"'I".S S.ll.E."

; The Madison Recorder of the :.lOth> contains four thousand: << miles<< : h\' sea. Again the superior UiNKsviLLK, :, March[ ','1), isso.KtHtar J>('II"l'o\! and outstanding indebtedness. VlUTl'K: OF AN KXKCl'TlOX: IS-

I a graphic account of tho attack upon the
jail of that county by u crowd of several fruit, wilt make the Florida oranges: popular improvement, nrolrehaticeablclhul alongthe Anv surplus: collecteil I and Huridu. in favor of 1111""r. lil.t
; hundred pcrbnMthu' brave
'a !: by the Hhl'rin'ulld the taking out juiceless: and shrunken fruit which hitssttrrivetl between Trail Ridge and<<1 llronson. A few ness.lie: ( levied. upon, und will otler fair sale at 14
; of two it further urtininrd, That for the ( outcry, in front of the Court HOUM, '
the or
inferior since with exception
l the a long sea originally/ ,
of the murderer by overwhelming voyage years ment o'f; the aforesaid: appropriations City t''fllll\lilla, said (Countv nf
t numbers ; tho carrying of the suppo.scdmurderers l li << in quality and deteriorated by the three saw mills and turpentine stills, very sum of one und<<1 tine half per cent In- tm II tr.-t Monday in April, I'UNO.
i by the crowd to the hummock length of time since it wU"Iphtl'kl..l. little settlement was IIh:4cn'ahlt'nul"hl""Jf the ami collected iqion the as>e.s>ed \' the Fifth t.faid;' month\I, all the

with the intention of hanging them, the Moreover It is to bo con.-idcred that with small railroad stations. Now all along the road I taxable property of this city: and tl title and interest Janu-s leak tt Sighs ,
of of the aforesaid following ll'l'.
tlal'l'urIHI-II': payment <<
1 | !
; of Jlendricks and<< hit exonoru- the ircrt'aelftcilitiescohllmetitiouin freights the towns: have trebled in !'Iizc. und. we !see! said bonded .. '. that I'ri".1 r'alulld l'l'rwniiil
confession I itary loan, und the \\ is: : I 4, 5, (Ii i and<<1 :11. in
I tion of Heidi.<< The most remarkable feature and low rates: the Florida l'ropU be trans- ulim ",t continuously, new OI'Cllillj..l'ul'lllie\1 fifty' per cent, of the taxes so levied. I number 4, being in the City of Fer

, of the matter was the relenting of the crowd<< |n.rted rapidly to every part of the I'nitctlStates. fields, neat! of the Ullitl..ll"tatl'lf Oovernment; or (' the steam saw mill
fixtures und
I and taking back both prisoners' to tho jail i The taste for luxuries I is constantly: I tug orange groves. cutesof: indebtedness is.'Ul..loli ovcount ) :', on said lots, und<<1 the water privi ma
: Hcndricks stated where. the money he had on the increase, and the orange ('Imlre placet I The increased travel on the cars. the long said sanitary loan or past
: taken would bo found, and both amounts in the market ut the mOl'>t distant points at freight trains, the piles of merchandise in the hUlllloIo'f: the citv. ('a"'h, 1'KTKll ('ONE) ,

( were found where he said they) were. prices which, will utford the grower u t'.iir; remuneration I the depots, all evidence prosperity and jimpress. << and Passed read its by first its title.reading January :-Mli, !:heritrXa'. _._. ;sauCouiity- ---_,-Floridu..-- -

'" I The Recorder says three point are gained und place the fruit within the The shipment of the orange crop i isuliout Passel its: third, reading and A. U. \OYFS:

i for Madison: in this: affair tint that the reach of even the tailoring laws; und over, und that of tht''I'JI.tahll' crop February' 18th, 1\."'. ). 1' KYDD)

determined not wherever tht'Ti14 u market for apple, pearsor beginning. There have teen several .small President of
i I citizens: of that county arc ( ( : .
Attest CHANDLKR.: :
}k to put up with such outrages; wound, the /grui>es, the orange! will take its place as shipments! previously I but 1 learn the first ':Mil:O. Finm:su, City Clerk. '! )..; \Xf 11' .

I' ;guilty man was discovered; third the humanity .. thecrowning luxury, the apple of gold-the cur load of, vegotuble went forward yesterday -- -- Itaun: IX
: of the citi/eus proven. Sutlsequent- most beautiful and refreshing of nature's I from Arredondo. U'II.MA.ll I'. WOOD. Jr.

h'1 Hendrlcks<< made u confession of the crime, gifts:\ to man. It will he the gift to the "sick The warm spring: season i U bringing everything l-ro\'IJdoIH. Liquor, Kle,

giving all the details! which t\rl'li\ substanceas (child the waiting wife, tho prattling bah I forward rapidly. In two weeks the ":Xlm.\1. NKWSDKALKR.: : : : -

} follows ; that he had planned I tho murderacvcral in the laborer's family, and theSund\ treat shipments will IKI in full tide., and the railroad G FUR It. F. AYF.RY: A CO.'S PLOWS.

\ "" days before for the purpose of rubl while to the middle and\ wealthier elates it pushed to its capacity to meet the demands I00KSKI.LKR! : : .\ I -

h'fYellt WtHHllicld's l house and shot will IK the favorite dessert und no hotel l table : upon it. 1 have beard' it otimatcd: I Denier in Fuuey ArtieleM, I.

(\ him in the yard, run on" and returned ami I will dare to be without it. As the production that there would be 1..VX curs of vegetablesthis CF.XTKE STKYK. .
i coming to where Woodlield and his wife increases the demand will increase, season, which would make 1-V' trains often CKSTBE: SiREt-r, )'IR\.\Xl>IX.\,
\ up I cadi. The amount named is: proiui- 9- : FKRNANDINA: Fia, I
I. were struck her senseless' ; went iu and. and<< like the q peach it will number its million cars ..

searched the wurdn.be, got frightened, runoiraud of |HCS; but unlike the peach it will nutI I. bly an "Vl'r- timatt' ; but with a deduction Shelf Pajt-rs, Picture Frames. ., ".' N. ItITLI:11'OLLIIt:
uf'Ul1l'halt'th. Sets, Hand (ih .....'I!, ( ) I II
i came hack thought they were going. peri:,h at once, but keep longer! than any I .. business would tots immense.How l.aml'1'tllU'1 etc. i it great- I

tit recover and struck each) of them with u other fruit except apples, und probably much we are in advance of Savannah 1o llriMKii Sewing MwlOne1x411 Paiii-teries >s, Oil, etc. '

hatchet; went in and<< searched for key to modes of preM-rvatioii will be devised by and Charloton. 1 do not know, but probably CUplier 1 Inkstands, 75. cents. I 'KiO'I.U: :: 1.I 1.\.
( q out saw same Signs: of his which it eatilte kept fresh through the wholeoeason. three \\'t>t'k'iUrll1"fl'. In many: things, to -------- -- -- -
trunk came
und struck each of them Add' to this the increased demand make this business U success, will require the I, W. K. .
victims reviving ... I -k Silk, U) c., warranted all
Ai*\T. >>
found the key ami obtained *,4xty.fl for the lemon mingle the..*wV!\ilV :JH1 I'':t.I .I cooperation u.U concerned ; careful ):.1th- '

again eitV;.JtowufMil. I [ ll 11.l''itnYI: ;' :"l41a1utiatulMaw !' {; 1. I'I I' wiur7ie have liltljfty.tttol'no faur.ffxr'thtffnturKV/. jie U1".1ilt'! .growerkieed U o ,: ('-tvl,4trh'ossltstiuiofonlyfir.I'tJfuHiul\; ( pun;packing, earefilandiisi'*tnUVd'tt*'I jllli) i'1'toI.m1( nlt WII: ';Ui.Ht'N\ lt'S'I'OI '9El111.'lff.\i: :uiV. : I IHealer I Ixat $i6 (ilk i.h; U.:$.. ..;.i .1. ?::1 I II
\ '
lets JwifuuWutu.xtalive I
)IT, WouJJiBlduami l' do txvi r Silks at 5 c., (h) e. ; best 7op.+.
: and transit. It will not
and quick
strike them again/ I lee.
but did not i in
.. cl knew !lib in- THE lirrtse notices tho shipment by Mr.Surkiud this year to eiid upon the Atlantic cities I, :at 1 c. ; fancy at 'i5 r
-went'hoJU ; that no >ne >e nflla wk I\'UIl"-\- of three large sticks for market. The I't'at.t'. : t taunt lie looked I TKNNKSSKK: : I1KKP .\ H 1'.:(' 1.\
Untions or'-ad anything to do with It, of cherry, measuring, : in all !>7 culrie feet, IhlI'I STREET WIIABF.FKRN'ANDIXA. Blue Flannel Suits at $to $1:*.
Is an Ignorant negro, al/out I which is said' to he the first shipment uf thekind to and arrangement made fur special attention : "'
Jlendricks<< ever made. t.i this class i if freight, We can now 19-1f refunded if nut satlsfcrtory, (S l-u
I tw'etty'-air7eANutugC.,;

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The I'cfjrtablr >rn ( m. : .LAGG'S i IXIH'S'l'IU\I. .IIACIIIM: : II. J. HAUr.lt: tV HHO.,
l1' L( ) rI: f ) .\ ;\\I1it1Iuu.: I : ( ) r : i
TinentaM' hand!, a'ul / WOKKS.U ) .
\ season ;is near a \ IMPROVED PATENT LIVER P4DI :

promise!' to he the largest: iropxot prodiut-d : NsvgR OUt HARD. .t ,
therefore more nei-essity t ItI.t' and attcii- TWICE A* Loxa.t'Mun 111 :2 I'i IViu-I St.. x.'nr' .

"1-'i 1.n: \XIUNA.. Ft.OlMDA. tint ill \preparation' and ;iii.,vetncttt' tonmrkct.. : : Caret rltiuat: Crossing Us SI:':IIo I II I

The "Florida' Dispahh\ Line" has! a daily I CCRttfhillsndFeter.
:Shop: !'oi ittiatllIlllt1tlt I I : ,I It.*' walk westof Dcl"it) t. I
11'1:1'111.11.1'1' / t$, e. I .pis"cMger train service, to and from all rail- i ISTNC' M'\I.\I'T'H! ). + I"r

:. I mid !stations' in lat: Florida, fn'mhloli: : I, fiterfomFlainl, wi0' l JACKSONVILLi: I 1 I':, FLOK1DA.: )
'I"I"'l'll'l'I(1 .'1 I'CC ,1.1'x1tl.I an.l I sit IxrouRi I ,
.: there will be ventilated 1 fruit \egetahle Djspt ,
',:, : I I11't' PAD. ,
[: I :\Niiany'aslnilHarker-. ;I rarolna: I
Y YOltltiS'1'IIt's
; XI V\rK\l"m.K: |{ nvII50N
/,,"r rfliililitlinl/ / (7 />Vir.;.. ftf ;'ir "t rlrrl.ldlir I / : :
The late* on vegetables:: t'lo.n: .I:1I'k""II\'ill"1 ?Jimonsness, 'l .
1 utile II":
) (, tli- rlr'agr'd'.1/l. / iI ign1./
: ': AND \IIL'ASS: ( I',1sl'1NSM: ( ;i.IKON :,.
, .If., w/i'i trill wrier; miliwfii; >t!
rY" I'm'r fiirnrn/ fif; II"1: 11:1; :.lit, f/ir/,/ /1'/(', rrla"x /- lt'm\ "ton alllll:1ltlrll"rl', n'.i Florida: l IH>
"- h.,.. Fur ,Nrprr i/i X'l/C. Line and, -learners from :Savannah, will he I Female :: C

thirty' (" '111:0l'r\ crate. Proni Mations oil : \Weakness, r For I DwUhuraiid' ; : Cemeteries! l.ltwt:\ : design;: <> itA.\, 1'lsto1I'0111'1'. I
l\n'n;, ular and Transit I'ailroad: forty-live I
: ; : j Sick A Nervous
I I also hItilt' IarI..to."rlllwllt;: : of :MAJ 1.i -
iijirr ll'iin-f-From NIM:, ) \. )I. tll 7.;""II') v. cent per rate, to above destination: bjabove n fldac: be. tt" J ClIINKIIY' : PAITKIJNS:: :: in\ the. Mate, and

Money! trllcrrnl.l) Registered: Letter: from routes, prepayment or "gnamsitee" offreight i The!e Pnd (tire all r>i)ws br >b orpticn. No I can till mo>t any order without paititi: payiii I Porinula, "r lOw. It. Forn'ster.jPronounceil J
<::'no, v. 11. to I tINi: I'. M. ; and from(( :2.i!:IIIII'> tl not reininil.wend\ for !stencils, and. 1 Noiskm rilU.Oili.rriVivonnuiMnliclnrsarrtaVfn 1 I }{ for; the extra e puise of (pattern!*. I
t. ;a in::! II'. M. :Mtndiys\ lr..in. 1i|i>:;4Itu: > IIS'l.1.::!' | Into t ht. ?Iomnch. The 1'iuU nrcworn over the fit I Machine: Shop; i* fnrniMied with the
books. Address I 1) ll.lllliott: ( ;ien- of the romRch. cprcrin! the Brest N>rvp CVrtrp.. ,
shipping I
\ and :& :;11 i> t I" 4.n:! ''I'. \ '
1. : i i >I. al l--o the Liver and Ptomnch. A (gentle'Crtnhlm latest improved tool, \\hiih 1'1\:11.11':4! tn>
critl.lgcft I "Florida l patch i 1ife.lack- Tonicl alworlXHl thpcimilatlon l of I the R'nodnmt
Minivvi.MI: t'FI'.tRTI'CI'IF TIIK M MI... ; \ workmen to turn tllltnl'k with the grealt'tt t
l.Ivr I'ur1r'lnlt theDlonl.nUmulntlnB"".ivrrnn.t 1 ) by Orange! lirowep. I the very.llnnuri
sonville 1'iurithl.Ikn .. de.spatch. and at the lowest cad( price.Aneiit .
XmiliffH .11",1niH''I! daily at to.o::; v. n.I 1. Kidney to health action and utrrnnthrnmB
.. f1t;>mllch tndlllf''U.iM. PRICK or TAD tl AND tJ t for .the WATKliroWX: ..\ 'ti I
I Close* ;IIH'I': M.v I. F.Ao(" It. SOLD BY ALL uRl1001lnor sentby MaJ 1.\jI:: J-:: ( '0., and can furnish their I F.NilNKS : -
In Use

"r".11.il-\rrin'* :i.'H I:: 'I'. M.Closes I. .tI"iMMHurunln.tf t'Uy" C'f' }:xprtNN.
) lO.IMl V 11.| :lIt r't. Mnimf.ictuml at 89 & II NORTH LlBtBTT Sr.1'ALTIIIORE.11 ( ; : ItOll.KUS\ : and :SAW-MILLS: at the
; n.'t6. tier I In1 Tr '
OruII" MroitmsTiirs
sholtest it itc..1IsoJt'l !
\erv its
>/. Jl//., ,tr'1 l Tnt'li'f'.i dill Min'lArrive the .
sale for
< irand) clearing out scat thirty
):" UN'N:\ (CF.LKlU5ATF.DSTF.AMStVHUNOis : : \ : \ ::\ : I
\ Mini uItjtl: : ) 1IOKSKY: : .\: ( 0., Asoiit; *.
Tuesdays Fridays: : p. M.Close. days. All the entire "goods now on hand at '
< ; ) : : : and I KNOWLIX': :SI'KAM' : 1 t
:51111111i1't.lliml'1'Iltlrtlal's: at ::.iMt' .\. M.V. an' immense sacrifice account: of retiring : ;I-II\': I'Vrnundina, Fla.AX I'" :\II'S kept. constantly on halll.I lit I sold
J//->/'... fi-f.. "//I"* from business." :M. )POVV.NKY.F.b. : \lalllll\I.llIrl': : .. 1l1111'1Fill' \.
(prices, freight
Arrive* :5i.aid1v'allll Thursday: 541:'HI' \. )I. jn.' oitni.vvx'i:.
further information, Price Lists, Catalogue
and Friday* at 20:;< M.'edn'vlaandSat'd'ayiil .
Tuesdays: : : 1' StJ nr More
I K: IT OliDAINKD; IIY Till: i'OMMON: *, etc., address\ F. I H. POND.P. .
; ) )
\\ : : "' M.IH; 1. M.I'I.Irer I. Of thoss. nice French Uroadilotlt: and: 1)1 Council of the Citof Fcrnandin.i: : I O. II"1.\; :: JackMiiuille.: Fla.

TncsdavsVcdncsdav Frid.ivs: ami Satnrdav* *.at :L':.'!IIII'*! \: N. Tweed 'oat.till on hand and sill I bo 14..1t1lIut :-0.:1'.1.1 That I for the purpose: of defrajiuj : : ('On"II''I'I': : .MAFOK -
much below cost: by ii. r.:. nuTTr.ur.it: :
sAM'L:' : T. KIDDCLL: : I'. :M. thee.xpen>es of the City lioverninenti" (the'
oct I lf 11 1. )POVVM.Y.Hotel ) : : follow nit!; appropriation) :, are hereby made % t!ltES: ,

from the collection of taxes: for; tho Sear 1\11: ; !): '

LOCAL I 1tEFI,1' CTI\-:' .lt'.It.'H. For sanitary purposes' .............. .....:$JOO! <'MHI I F.UNANDINA: ) FI.OHIDA, O

PiKMo.Nr: : Horn.: -- It I H Jones Cincinnati ; For City Ollicers'' ) "nlal'; l.'I.! ........ ....... lv.l: tKiOllice
TIIK north-bound inland steamers have W 1 II 1 Colo, K: II Hunting and( wife .I 0) tIlhllllll.l. rout t. !tationory and fuel! ...... H+otiOF I ) Itf.VI.KK: IN KVKHY: ,1'..itut, CHOP, .

I hi-en carrying lar'l' numher of .\ Haltimore; I It Itrookhoiise ant T' cost of !street Limp*, material!
I passengersduring wife, Albert P.rookhou, :MissC 1'01 hall..II'r. lirligl.ttugtlie !same...... ... .. .... UNIIMIAlloxvanees ) )'Inc funnily Groccrls'il ,

f the past week. :Saletii: 5L1"". ; Win Y Johnson, Itawlcv: for unpaid taxes....., ..... Titnum( ) I

! 110..". ; :Mrand( : Mrs Uullopk\ Miss: llullock, Incidental expense: including; legal .\NlPlit Prepare! on scientilie principles to
e Mu.: FriiM\x reportithin a mile around Atlanta. ; :Mrs. Rime, UoMon ; Mrs( M( Sa- tlbllllrl'I'IJII'III" .............. ........... ,"114)1' ; ; ) \ prsasst'I

,_ FairhanksIHNI. : orange! trees from 4 to six h"rn1.: ..* A S stager; X Y ; CO( I :Spear'' and F'lr; roads and bridges! ............ ......... :MHI: IKI I I VISIONS I I : a 'large yield' ,per acre.

years ; ;,.INN) orange trees younger ; :'S.oou' wife Pittsburg, Mass ; .I W \Kaiulall: and -- i
w hli'. piston ; John I,v noli,, :Maine ; :Mr and $oi..I:.'" !1MSee ; J
peachtr, ('(''' ; 1 ISINgractifes. :: '.'. Ue It further ordained. That for
:51111111. I' Kllison.: :\ir :11111lr..I't : ;: II Ogden; .
Mi..+ tgilen.); \ I'hila.I.IIhin : C Lingmuerandwife the I's\ s.entoftheatfrrrsnilapprmlmriatistfM. : : l'u"tllllll'r.'all! rely upon getting CIIOU'K
:Mu.( 1"qt'I\, of 1.'a l'ballk.'rih'" that Brooklyn, X Y ; W .\ llrown. W .\ the Mini of one prrerntr be levied I and col I DK\I.I)
,I '. within a miU'of thestation there i is planted Knapp, Washington. I II C; Mrand Mrs.! ACirav. ltettrl I upon the assessed valuation of tin C UOiIS) :'. itsSOTlIIN(1 Ai.no <:IIS IN

I a little m'ire than twenty-live a.'res of vesretahles ; :MisstJray, >Iiss < ;5oiilon, Nell York ; taxable property' of this city, and sife-holt'at
ofdilFerent ahout one-third Wm Van .\III"li., Itrooklyn; llarriman least of tl"'lIli'I'I'l1I1 tax or levy !shall\ In PIM.MH AtllMCULTirilAL 1< : ( : kinds eneumhers : : HUT TIn: KIXKST: : IUIAXDS: ) ;
:Savannah; : (C 1 F (Perrv, Alabama; ; J Tilton, pavablein: currency of the ('lifted I I'tllh':
1 one-tbirml tomatoes and the other :Xew York City( ; K1I: ( Kearns. Philadelphia ; : liurcuntlent.:

third lieans.: early ptitatoes: e;.!n-plants: andsquashes. II W Merriam'and wife, Xewton, XJ l ; .1 C Sir :8. The (Collector sit'I'stses: for this" city SIH.PHATK; AMMON'IA: ,

p j ." .' : eighteen months. ago; :shafer' X YI: : Myers, :Savannah::\ ; Dick) Harris i IM ordereil to n-eelve ( when tendered in paynieiit :. _are kept. in .:stock.AII. : __ .
]H( I L of the above ta'all\; outrtastling ,
I 111I" Hamburger., :Maeon; ; Kimball ; i. .
nothing hut womN. << : A itn\i: X1TUATK: :SODA.S1TPKU .
was and wife, 11'sttit' Kimball, Mass ; K: I/nig- scrip or warrant upon the Treasury' of tin .
year and wife, Ionising. Mass( ; 11 I M I life city, for, one half (the amount of tax due or
I ) \rr.lol\lln.lIl1.kr date of 11 AK KUS.: AXI 11) t'OXI''KTIOXKiS): I : ( ) :\:
it.ur.w, .
row:),", Tallahatsc ; ))1't''I": ( "", Detroit ; payaldtby' any person !so tendering; payments :: PIlOSpUATK: : L1MK,
:Jlst, writes Mr.( Woodward that 'the voiretahie : II '.1 KnglNh. St oiiis : (Ci S (Url"'II.I( I C I Itobinson of tax, but' no bonds or coupon) npiiibonds '' ) L

l'rol'OIll',' all pretty good' with the gem'raloKception :MrsSC( ; \Itobinson: New York ; :Mr( or COIIMHIS| detached from any )bond nioitK
that have heretofore been i issued twill |hr SULP1IATK( POTASH I (,
II 1)) Cone :Stockhridge, Ia"Jj":4; : : Sarah received
of I,-'nll". The tirst. week in next I'.r iwn. "Conn ; Julc (iriner, J 11 M( :S: ; JX IIII payment 111'1111\\' tax.Siv. \; (<<:.ro'cricr!' (.1"...-"' nod T............"' l, .

month shipments' will eonunencu prettyheavy Moore( and'I wife, Kildare, Fla. :; 4. Th'e Collettor\ hhall\ proceed to the '
collection of under this AXI
taxes ordinance
and increase till June ::11th The I IJlTHI.I'
April'I.S.MI: ( ), at which. time the taxes\; lovieius 1 1
tomato trop is! a very heavy one, UH> per cent. M.tltlMLuf "'I'II\iIl Kuteitalniiiciits: and Picnic :
$ af..rl''ai.1lIall: be due\ and shall: \ cause i II ( : OF) POTASH, i
greater I than last ye.ir. I 11\111 going! to plant' -' notice of :Mich collection of taxes\; to I be published ) furnished at the !shortest: notice, at rsu .k-sot- ;
"IJI" "'''''IuIIIIII"",
s-iuie forty acres: of hammock I & land in rice." : in :some newspaper of the city ten torn" price, at SIILPIIATK: MAdXRSIA: {
.-- -- IIK.n WVTIU.Wodnesday : days prior to April' :2, I.SMI.: .\ (ml1I.Ioa:1tY.:; : ,

.\ 1'1111.\111':1.1'111.\: visitor: to Florida whos :March :1: ,... \II 5:p.: \. M. C.:41;: 1'. M. :SixHe; : it further ordained.' That all\ Vntiv I Street I SULP1IATH: ( IF' SODA, IL: 1

contribution appeared' in one of our columns Thursday.'' .'.">... CIII"!: !) 77":: collection 1 of taxes for city purpose i* suspended : _:jt: __ _Opp.! "old P. (U. Ituildin r.
Frilla\, t?;I... 7tI": Xt:P. until April :2, ISHII.Sw. N Strlrlly 1'iirc Ground Ito..'. 4
twoeek.s a 1 o, referred to the nrange-grtiw-: ; :Saturday\ ; '!7... :;:.'Il" I<:fl"l" : (0. The. Collector! of 'I'IIX'I'olml: \ on or AXAMKXD olunx.\xt.'I':

ing III t that State us likely t ill he erelongoverdorie before April :i. I8>0, furnish to the Treasurer I 1'0( l: TIIK: Film: OHIUXAXCK.llf ) ( l I

'\ and I nUI'l1lh..1illt losses. A gentleman INTER*. of thl'l'it.\. list: of all\ }person' who have it ortltiiiitil That form ami( t '

at elhow who has made March) 11.! Seh. Juxe/th /'. Jl'tker Davis, paid' 1 tax for l the year 1S7 1 !), which ie.t.sall\ alter the passage of this ordinance, that Our circular give full particulars, and are
now our : :seviwl Charleston.: contain the names: of MU h person*: a description owners wooilen building within the lire inaied| free to all applicant.' They' will interest

visits to Florida: and among; the orange; ; March: :2 I't. Str. .\.,. .1",11I.., Vogel. Charleston.! of the property' on which such person I limits: he permitted! to repair their hnildin s : )'(11111' yon are interested in Agriculture \ -

grivesand. who has now friends spending' March :2:1.:[ Urk Tin-fine, (( ;Serman.) Kortleel has paid tax, the amount and! chararttr with shingles: and weather hoarding: provided .. or Orange. _(.',_,_!_turl'. ___. 15_: -t1II; I
the winter there, does not agree: with thisconcluMon. |> :Martinique.March of scrip received from such }peptiui in payment that Midi repairs do not 1 increase the I
i He savs: he was told. I hv an extensive 1'r.JURY.II. of tax and the amount ( if any) of risk 111'111'1'. Till': FI.OUIHA
that it oul.lltc received frojn such in \11 ordinances or of ordinances (
grower a prolitahleindustry money person' pay. parts conIllctinx -
(li.! Sir.I M.Mum, Vogel Cliaileston.Marcji .
if ohtaincd west ol'tax and the Treasurer of the i I. / herewith repealed.Passed .
only mien-nt per mall11'11" : : city I sire !
for the crop, inasmuch as: it i is no trn- Y irk. a i, :Sch. Jl'imbunj/ Libhy, New hereby ordered to set apart one-third' : second I reading sth January'! 1 MO. rilOYVX IMPUOVKMK.VT! : COMPANY:

conunPu thing& for a :.ingletree; to c..ntain March 22: : Sch. Krucrt T. I,,',., lllatchford all\ money ami scrip heretofore paid in for Al'l provii| and adopted'I Frliruarv I 1.54, 'I 54 t il.
.lira l4'ni.' /llIr.III"I'1; No that thenis a Xew York. said tax of ISTK!) vvlm l h )money and scrip "" T.'KYDD: ) ),

demand: for all that can he produced' at a set! apart: shall I be refunded I upon proper application :....IIt1.. l're.si.leiitof. 'oiincil.
.Arrival Monday. March :12: : --- -- ---
much higher figure. 1', show to what a degree port to the persons. respectively wlao 1..rn..II.
: ,perfect i'"ll1ra II-grIIli'ingbarre.n\ i sled Steamer' t'lontli, Capt. Smith Jacksonville. paid: I the same in.SKI N.'HH.\ (:(H.I.I';..aIOIt : ..

the gentleman: : referred. to hrings ns several \ : -. 7. Ho it further t ordained, That the TUMIIH on It. It. I.uc.
specimen", of which& it required onlv' one Arrived I March :i't; -Steamer fitf Hr'nlijtini ?- ordinance: adopted l February IS, issn. .118,11- l YOUNS I i LA IH) )I'M, U'j' 1

I 1 II 1 lllflrtijtoIiIIahnx.-erNUUduuus71eirdlml 1 1 I I 1 1 ,. Filz;: I'ral.I, from JaeksnnviiIiand: I left latino; the rated percentage" to be collectedon And Cedar Key.Oilers .
-- -- for, Savannah same day. city ta.xe for the year IK71! ; and makingappropriation. AT FKItXAXDIXA'; ,
The WaycroxH llnllroail. therunder," and all ordinances
Arrived Sunday :March( :'Jl Steamer -
City or of ordinances. conflict with A Thorough KiiKllwh: lUlurullon.Special : .
parts /
I I't.' (learn that the engineer corps engaged of Hftilyctiiii: Fit1.l'ral.l.I1I11h.; : ordinance
are hereby repealed.Adopted \ \.
in locating the line of the new railroad: fromWayiToss Steamer:: l-'l'iridi. Smith, Savannah. March IT, I" O. as advantages;: I'Ai.NriNoand I DIIAW- to I"-K.si-4-H uiul Purchasers U largo

to Jacksonville, crossed( the Transit All left same day for Jacksonville.Market. T. KYDD, INI., Mi'Hicand FitKM'ii.: number of the inoft eligible and dchlruble a

ILkilroad I about) : one mile south of Callahan _:$.:!-H Prexident of Council.PICOC'I.A.MATIO.V. For ( 'ircularx. address
CU.1I.1l1IlC. UKV. J. II, MYKltS.Fernandinii: Lotll. Huitable for Jlti.iincss PuriHiMex or for 'I
on Monday.
.' : Flu.
-- --- .
--- -- -- City or Suburban Residence,
-- -- -- ------- ------ ----- -----
I It" ,,,. rllluulluu .
\1.U"JlLoi: OKKICE"
\ ( ::\ ltlt'rliERK'1'OPUI.AIt
.\ !general rain prevailed I through; Ku: ..t COI'.UK.LTKt) VVCl.KLV: \ WM. HVVTKY. FEILN.tNfiN.1> Fn., March 2. 18KO. UPON EASY: TKILMS.:

Florida! on Monday., This will l lie very hen- Spirit'rurlientine:: | .IS ('y 3S1Itosiu Notice I is hereby: given to the II"alilic"l| l I 1

tidal to the growingeropsof vegetahles.;; ) Theprevious I common Iotral"l'tI.$1! \Xidij10 o' ( vutetsif the city of Fernandina that the Liberal DiHcountn) on Values allowed to ,

.....III'fIl' in market. w\IIlIlIIII'lwtlfJlI: forolllcerofsaid Citv: will 00)DS STOUtf":
showers. had not penetrated' to l in manufacturing, industrial
: awiitticient U IU'I.loII Mondav( thisFifth of D"v"'oin partien cugugrl or -
Crude Turpentine.. ...none in slarket.sdtunSea ( day April,
depth hut the ;general; condition /; : (Island in the seed... -1J 1 sly 5un IHN/ ut the City Council: Uooms, on TliirdMreet 41 ANI .t.'i: IHV KTUKKT, enterprises who will i-rect on the property -
the growing; crop was ;good.; This heavy; between the hours of S A. M. and t

, \ rain, followed by clear, warm weather, will I'er' ntl Ina lletall Jltn'ket.IrIuFITFU sunset on said day. And the folluwiugoiieers JurkMuiivlllo, Flurldn.OUDKItS purchased substantial Iinprovemcnt.
. of the city will then and there !lie for residence, or in which to conduct their
mature the vegetable; crop, rapidly. BY MRS I'LABKE, chosen by a vote ;of a majority of the votes I

--- -- Itralrr in t'mitt {VvyrtMr*, IJardcn tired, rtc. given at ai.Il'1I'dlllll ; vu : business.INDirCKMKNTS.
The Fruit and Vegetable Murkct InSew One :\r.
v.tA.IUJlUM. \ YOU, PUOM1TLY ATTKNII-i: )) : TO. J : : : : TO MANUFAirnillK1W -
.. ..
I'ork.We Eight: Al.l'KKMhX: :: -- -
have the following information fruwi Potatoe:*. per 1'.11\.1.$1 4//)((t$) :,0I'Wl't.t One CITI.FnK' and TitFtM'itlat111'ITv 31 ETlIO1'OLlT.t \ 1)INING( : by exemption for a ti-nn ur yean from I '
'r t.ullll'j.\ )( NO l
l'otit.acIN( ; ( / ( MutsiiM-and TAX i.i.wroK,
/t. I 1) Owens, I':*I., (il'lIcralI'Ut; of the ( '.IIJI"II') I'r| 111I"'In..!....?!(>
Florida Dispatch Line, dated New'urk, Onions) jier quart( ......... 10f' ,;!. 15 OU Given under] my hand and seal of the city ( to I
.. ... ... ..... (Opposite, thv. 111ft OHice ) tllWIIII.l'I'Y
( .,w 1'1..(. JUT bushel 1 7'11 W the :2s1 1 day of March. 1M.SO: ,
V I 1548" +)
March >, : Tomatoes |'er crate. U O0(/!., U OO OUI.JIOW: : SO. Mayor, H. IIOIJIUK Ihw'u1E1ua.PItll'A'rI Ji-ir Ollice cor. lU-ach S: 7th Ms., Fernandiiii.
The receipts of fruit and vegetables! ,' ilIi"l'lIt'h Turnips! |HT bunch................. ('JI* SraIITN. : TrKNtn: IHU.NU, City Mur,hal, It. W-tC
Line fI .Southern Ivxprc-ss: Com- _. ...
----- .-
Mardi 3-tt. ': AM> TUANSIKXT HOAItDINU.U ;
11ulyfirtae week ending; lath, have been.i" AppleHT(' | bushel.................. '! (It :!.;! "*) package; *. The condition III' the u/n t jr hundrtsl............. .'{ nn"(iKi> lE\o.\tiii.K. No "pain x pa red to ;

..ignulentvnling; / during tile early )pirt ofthau ( each.......... 1W, 15 suit customers 17-3m
v -
-- -- -- ------ --
wI k,11." fair ; thosearrivingoiibimdaywere IA-IIIOIIS, hundreil...... 3 (OOf |I'r A
m wily in jtoor order, the Ileas .being, Oranges, jt-r hundred............. 3 (lU0J 4 (MlWCLTRY. rl'llllu J ST., UKT. CKKTKKFKUXAXDIXA t \I.A'Ul', U.M. ii. ('. ruvii: jl .
in nio..t instances: hud, and too old and yellow 1 I
for the" market. Foreign; oranges" Lave : FLA. j J*; l1LtI. CO DII ""jJO )ItnGIIAs'r.: '0
:.>me in freely, ul\Illaa\'cloI.l.I 1 .rg'Nxl! prices. ('Isi-kensgrwn..........:. Mfa, 40Chieken C5 -

The receipts\ have been liE)7: : !) tales'ates ", half grsiwn........+...1., :3 I'2'> CENTUK ST., Mivu H. It. DEI-OT, '
cia, and :!el,l f:: boxpsjfroiu; Mj-diterranean )Ducks, grown, i'tr'Istlr.|. ...'... I (( i> 1 ;i"Kgs. DEALER IN Tilt l.r.r.'" Flour. >

|I"rt"'fhl' prut range HS follows,u : FloritlasiringM ): )I':'do/en. :W!J ;i"Jeese !) FKHXANDINA: I ) FLA.lluy t t
goixl1.50 l : : tll $I.'.'"> per box ; inferior ( each... 7-Vfii 1 H hoh..t; FrullM and 1'sgclubles. .
$! to $.1 I.1I'r\ l IHJ* i Valfiicia $.') to *: JKTiis ( i iuineas, each. :ty :55' ('orn. OulM.1tf .. ONLY "'1\1't : CKNTS; PER POUNK
**; Miiliterraiiean, $:: to #.{.5n' j her I IMIX.Florida Turkeys, .\(' 1 % 1 :i5 t I
( JKSUS, fair to go-wl, Wk- to *1.21 JKTUix BfTllltRi': )tEAL. xFicnoxKitn, : / .: ?, irc.HIU : ---- : ,

; inferior. J>Kto l
#l..r"n tu ?-'I i lot'r IN&x l Florida. tomatiHf, #1 to Florida.! f fy 10 *' laden HewK Klowc-r! Farm and f-tf AT OM P. O. nUJ J.1IlNO.

$::1 IK.T I b-,,,. Fl rida UansM to $1 i IHT Mutton ... 10f, IH CJarden. .Implements( 7 tf D K.NTI.ST; -- ..- .c-1- 1 .__, _--.
I 1.-I\"r'I'tIi'1/. .tin's. --- -- -- -----
Pork... (-if 1 10(
-- -- ---- SrILae........................ ( CITY or l-'tR. \"VIX'. March :5, 181-0.: IPST. r : : JKJOMS' Foit ltI:t\'r
>. tTt.IIrsnaott : .
Projio-saN are invited for the a.cavcngcr FUst'ItEFI HI..t'r Ilo.utl. .it tf FIJKXANDIXA: "'JA.SOXJ'flcre .MAKT corner of ('.-.Rtn. -

work of the City Ftrnandina) for twelve IiJ milo;, l r)?'' 111N. 1 :'M': 1If) MARY'd. (irlmar11.1.. < and TloIrlll-'tn''flt.'
most(.+, .:umm.lIdllgrU\ bt, l...sO. ( ;.rll, JUT bushel! ..................... (-it I UI [.\ : will K' a reubr com- .\IIi"> thc I"t'CClwi" ktory above Meb M.SyJell 4
Also, liU l for removing night, **il for the Flour per barrel..................... 850(4 {9 (K) l' munlcati'.n Ainefia I/Lc.. Xo. 47, it Uru., corner .\! h and Third Street '
kp.icc of .even mou t h.., from April ht, IN' "". Hay. per 1\N\ MI".,.,...,....-....- T.VOJ JHoininy. J. \\'. TIIOMI-HO.V.: of thiKiarsar: ,f House, ..'. iV A. Mon Monday vcniiitf, February M. DOWNKY. .

It.md-'+ will IK l'l"'l.airl'tl l fur faithful 'jvrforluanceof I tier trarrl.-! (g 4 75 White Mountains, Proprietor.Transient :31 1, at 7i oYloc _harit. Transient brtlhrvu 3:-tf In. the City Mart..:__
the wurL. ("atM'iwr bilihel! .> ('s, 80 rat"", $:!. *) \\r day Liberal are fraternally vlt.'il l to at h'", I.
T. Kvi>u, 'itll'ut. lee, per ........._._ 4lO 00 ernw male to thoxe de,irin'r board br the W. F. SCOTT, W. JI. SlJll..C1lIa. : TO TJm )JlItIOJt.: $Z I'F.&

F:. O. "FKIEXU ( erk. Ice ir 100 Ibs._..??......,..,?.. (tIj 75 week. lilt Joni WiiiTXKr, tkl'r tary. | $1 fur six month

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MASTER Tn\N: r jRTATioN's (OFFICE, JACKSOSVIM.E' ; FI.A., March 10, 1879.
TAUAHASEK! Fi\, February ::5;, I NOn o. J ATLANTIC, GULF: WliST )INDIA TRAX-) : On and after this date Trains! on this Road
and after Monday, February 2, LSSO, will run us follows, :

lu-stHMiger lows; viz: trains of this road will run as fol I PENINSULAR I (:UVtAlo lli-amh RAILROAD) DAY PASSKXOKR. (ExucpT: St.m\Y.) TROPICAL and SL'Mi: -TROI'I.tL rnviT: ....ua-S.ItOSIS.: : : icm.: .

AXICITMHERLAM' Leave Jacksonville 8::; PASSKXGKR: TRAIN EAST I'.OltXI' ( l) ROUTE.; i Leave Haldwin .,... !I'JO: A. :M. cot.s snit 1:1'EltGREEN SIIIUUS; and IOUIKI.\: IAXT.S..
Leave ChaUahoi"chee... Leave Quincy...................: ...... 3'12:5 : I'. it. In J'ffcct: 1 ibrttarslit, 1.'iSIJ. )Leave )Live Oak: ........ ..... 1:1:: Wr. M.M. .---
I.clove'1'allaha4see.............. ...... 111M'< P. M. Arrive Savannah: .
8:45!: ['. !M.I'rtve .
Ijeavo Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 r. M. Savannah O>..
Leave (Urcemille] .............. ...... -S.'JSp.:I M. tlnlSU 140ll'trr. Leave Live .. S:00: ) A. M. IWSIJ; CHOICE(( ); VARIETIES: : Budded Orange Tree! :MADE SPECIALTYOSond ,

Leave :Madison( ......... ......... ...... !l 2: >Ii; p. M. I.eavctlllllta., .; r. I.LCII'c ) : 1'.111.
I U-avc Live Oak................ ...... :2 I 15; A. M. Macon, (ia. 7.45 I'. M. Leave A'I1\'C Haldwii I-akeCity.. flim:' 1'.. M. ---
Arrive Savannah............... ...... !SMW t. M. Leave Urnnswick, (ia... (i.lt!; A. M. Arrive lit Jacksonville 7:05;: ): I' M.
Arrive Thomasville.......... ...... 0V> A. M.Vrnvc Arrive FernaiKJina, Fla......10.15 A. M. XO5: : I'. M. ;?- for; Descriptive Catalogue.

Albany; .................. ......10':!.' .t. M. Lt'II\'c .Fernandina.10.'M:! ) A. M.Arrive MAIL( AXD EXPRIXS; : (IAti.y.) ALBERT: I. 1111)\1'1:1: ..

Strive) I hake City: ................ ...... :'I;In: A. M. Haldwin, Fla...... 1.2)! : I'. M.Ijeuye Ix-ave Jack.Minville i .VoO:: I'. M.locate JACKSONVILLE; 1'I..1.SANBOIIN .

Arrive ]Haldwin................ ...... tt'2)i A. M.Arrive Haldwin for Jacksonville.... L.'JO:;\ I'. M. White House. (17:1.7!: r. M. 1 tf .. ,
Jacksonville:\ ........... ...... 7 ;iO) .\. M. Arrive.Jacksonville (Cum. Route).. 2.i5: p. M. Leave Haldwin. ;:((11) r. M.U'uve --- ----- -

Arrive Furnandina. .....,....., ...... :540 r. M. Leave Haldwin for Cellar Key. 1..V r..i. l Darbyville' 7:25:: r. M.

Arrive Gainesville! ............ ...... f> 0' p. M. Arrive \Valdo (Junction P. 1 R.( R''''.'. 4.11 I'. M. lx.'ave Sanderson.................\.. 8:07' : ['. M.Leave & HOYT
.trriveCedar Key............. .,.... !II :50 r. M. Lca\Waldo.> 4.10 I'. M. !' .. 8IJ' : : I'. !M. ,

PASSKXGKR TRAIN WEST;: Ii( UN1). .-\rr \Gainesville/ :\ .. ,*>.17 r. sl. I-eave :Mt. Carrie. !):0j: : I'. M. SECOND STREET:; : : XKAll):: CENTRE.UIIOI.KHU.K :.

Leave! Jacksonville .....daily at.... 5 :'to I'. M. Leave Gainesville... ;.2): I'. M. Arrive Lake City. !9N1)::! r, M.Uave .

Leave Fernandina ......,..... .....ID :'JO .\. M. Arrive Cellar Key.....................,. O.oO:; 1'. M. Live ) ..... :2:15!: A. M. AND l RKTA1I.u : .
Leave Gainesville........ ..... ...... !9, 02: A.M. Trains to Jacksonville und North' of Baldwin Arrive Tallahassee,} ...................... 7:00: A. M.
Leave Cellar Key .............. ...... 4 :'JO A. M. daily. Arrive Albany............................10:15: A. M. itoci: It s. Sllll' (' .\ x n i,1K.s,: ,

Leauc Haldwin ................. .. 7 (1M) r. st. GOIXU NOKTII.! Arrive Snvunnal. !Si.oo: ) A. M.
Leave i Lake City ............... ...y..... !U 40 r. M. Leave Cedar 1.\'....,. 4.t\; M. IA'Savannah:: 4'W::: I'. M. AND E\I.KKS INHAY.

111Ha'l1l1l1ah ............... ...... 4 !all! r. M. Arrive Gainesville, K.41' I A. :M. Leave Albany 4.'H:' ) I'. M.lieave .
Leave Live Oak..............? ...... 2 I l"i ,. M. Leave 'ainesville. ti..r>0 .\. M. Tallahassee :5:15: ['. M.Ixuve I I I IC'OltX; I I OATS. I I IISICH'K. I i I.bn.i: | I tt<'. I
Leave Madison ................. ...... ail A. M. Arrive \Vuldo ((1'. R. R. Juno.). !11.4 A. M. Live :2:15: .\. M.
Leave (Greenville.............. ....., l'5'.l:::) A. M. I.eavl.altlo.. !0.55: A. M. Ix'tive Lake City 3N'i.: ) M. ---
Leave Monticello: .............. ...... 5K) .\. M. Arrive Baldwin.,........12.17 V. M. )Ix-uvu! Mt. Carrie. 4:1S:I A. M.

Arrive Tallahassee ............ ...... 700A.M. )Leave Jacksonville (Cum. Route.11,15) ; ,t. M. 1.l.I1\.l.OIIl..II.l'I.'a'l'ancllNlIIII.: .*.. 4:40: .\. !+I. A LARGE;); STOCK(' OF FURNITURE: ALWAYS: O)X. HAND.)

U-ave Tallahas.se! .............. ...... H.'JO: A.M. Arrive Haldwin; ( .: p. JI[. i Ix-avc : .r:2J: ( A. M.
Leave Quincy.................... ......10 tw A. M. Darbyville. 5:55: A. M.Ix'iiveHnldwin 2-lMy! .

Arrive Chattuhoorhec.! ....... .' ...."..1 l :::0) .\. M.CONNECTIONS. Leave Bal.lwln..I.O.. : p. M. \ (,::40 A. M. __ .. _" ._ .. .. h_ .. _._ .--.. .. ._ ._ -_ .-. .. --- -.--+-.---. -- -
Arrive )Fernandina...................... :11.40 I'. M. I.'n'l'"hile House. 7:0.3.1.: M.
: )Leave Fernandina. !J.45; I'. M.IA I. Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50: A. M. Winter Season" 1H7O and 1MSO.TXL I At Live Oak daily with the Savannah, >UVC BrulI 8.00' ) I'. M. On :\Iallllllll Express; Train Sleeping Cars .\ FLORIDA:
s 1 Florida undrl'1'4tt'rn' Railway; and from I Leave Macon... 8.II) A. M. run through to and from Jacksonville und
t Savannah, and all Northern, Eastern; and Arrive Atlanta, Ga. 1.15 r. ?! [. Savannali ; also, Lucas Sleeping:: Cars run (GEORGIA; AND FLORIDA TI'.Uf'KET! : ) (COMPANY.r .

Western Cities.' Trains to Cedar Key und South of Raid- through to and I from Jacksoimllc and TalFERNANDINA ,\XJ) STI'AJIIJOAT: COan'TIME :V. \INTER SCHEDULE.Tinnow : :.
At Lake City dally with the Florida Central will daily except Sunday.1'ININSULAR lahll4..t'l'! "\ .
Railroad to null from Jacksonville, St.
Augustine, Palatka, )':ntcrprl1'4l.IUlII (landings ; I RAILROAD, : EXPRESS: (DAILY.) :SCHEDULE:, I Iron Palace steamer'
( Wnldo llranclt.
nn the St. Johns River. ) Ix'iivc Jacksonville.......................I1:1.i.t: ; M. Taking Ilffrct: Tutxday December' : WW. I INo ST. JOIIX.S,
At Haldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf (IOINO SOUTH.! Arrive Haldwin.12'to: :: I'. M.

and West India Transit Railway and from I Leave Waldo<< Junction.......... (J.OO; ( .\. M. Arrive Fernandina...................... ;:I iIOp.: $ M.Ixuve SEASICKXESS1: ): \:\ Xo OCEAN' : DANGERSTIIK ;)
Fernandinu, Gainesville, Cedar Key, und I Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.40A.M. I Fcrnundinu..............10:3)t.:: M, :
., with steamers for Tampa Key West: and Arrive ichloosa. 8.10A.M. Ix-uve Haldwin............................ 1:20: p. M. r"
Havana. OOINU NDIiTII.i Arrive Jacksonville :2!:;>\ I'. M.Passengers : I
At Chattuhoochce times weekly with /"o. :' .. .
Leave I,odiloosa& i .10.00 A. M.Leave ,/ j ,
'. the People's )Line and Central Line Bouts: to ) Hawthorne........................10.4.1.A. M. take this :train.for No Fernandina train from and Haldwin Cedar Key; ->, .!"' I 1 \ -I. 12. I
and I from Columbus' I Kufaula Fort Gaincs to .. ,
Arrive Wuldo Junction. :!.I.) r. M. Cedar ; c. ...c. ... I w f'.\I'T. LEO'on 1':1: ,. .
Key on Sunday.
Apalachicola: und other River Landings.CfKlegant Trains from Waldo to Lochloosuund return .- "- I .-.-- I'
t "" : Sleeping unit Parlor Coaches: Tuesday, Thursday und Saturday. ( 'oNNIa'Tpns.-At: )Hald\\in with A., (l &: ... \Jl-J.' .... \\'IIIIt'an'( Fcrnandina; Cur Jacksonville: Pa-'
Woodrull' und Lucas Patent, run daily between W. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville: latka md intermediate landings :St.: Johns
1 Tallahassee) und Jacksonville. COXXECTIOXS.ATLANTA.: I Idol Fernandina: awl all 'points North umlWest STK\MFIW: River: and Saviiiinali and Churlcstoji lu/llill.

.#<'t'(Julck time, sure connection perfect ; nt lakt'Clty for Tullnhussce, Albany, "(ITS') (BRiixurrox: ," : lows :

safety. IWI.H'J.H1': Close connection: is made at Atlanta (ia.. Ha\'ullnnh'IIIIIl nil ]H tints North und West ; Capt.; JOHN Frr/xtKRU.n: I From Fcrnnndina lug .JII'k on'IIII1111.1
20-t U' Master ut Jacksonville with :St. Johns River :Steamers. : ) March( :1 J :;
: Transportation.NT. Palatka Wednesday, : 10'JOA.: I.
to und from all North East; West awllIrthwl.'t
.. points t. J. S. :\ldrUOY1. : { "B.\Yf) ) (CLARK( i :
I Id, <1Jl1I: ) 't. 31.
daily.AT "'. :M. DAVIDSON :Master\ Captain W.\ni>, "
MAKY'.S IIIVKK: IMC'IiKT.rnilK Transp'n. 17, 10 A. M.
MU'ON lI.With \ ., ..
Superintendent.JIAM.OIIY'.S. Atler having: undergone extensive repairs, .
:21! 4 \. M.
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Trains for Eufaulit; olumbu.s, I Gu., T are now in FIRST-CLASS) :; :;:\ ORDER))): in every From Fl'rnalHtllmlilr.1'IIIIIIlIh:: uml/ l Char*

I' 1 -;;n- I r Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans. department, und will perform the lesion Friday, )March: : .1:11:;! I'. M.
f :
.......... 'i u t. AT FKUNANDINA: : ..\., OXLY 1XSIDE)); ROUTE) ; : SERVICEbetween : ): :Monday.( 1'1. M 1.\. M.
I ..-.. .r. :':-. .'" With New York und Fernandina Steamship "TM.ORIDA STEAMSHIP): : I.1XE.): Savannah, and Florida Fridav': I 12, 100::! .\. JI.3buntluy I.
; connectingat : 15, 1250::: ['. M.
Line from New York on Wednesday, ut
Savannahith the first-class ;
: STEAMER{ FLORA 10.JOa.: in., and for New York on l"rllaut : : Steamships! Friday, W! :a I'. M.
of the for New
\ Ocean Steamship Co. 1 York
., 1'' ::1..01'. in.; from Nassau, X. .P., on Wednc'I.tla ( also with, Baltimore und Boston Monday, 22, 7 I'. M.
e.\". Jonx RICKKIMOX: \'; for Nassau, X. ..., on Wednesday.With Only Direct I.liio lo New York. Steamers.Philadelphia i Friday, :2<;i. 0'JO:: .\. M.3ltintlay .
Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat : ( :2 9!>, 12 M.
Co. from Savannah on Tuesday, Wednesday ..4.TIIK David ClatkLeu comiection made with steamers for
during the season us follows : :\ll.IIIIII\'ilhlllltl ); also with
) 1.'rldllIllitl Sunday for Savannah on Enterprise, MiamITS ,
flf ) Leave ST. MAHY'H EVERY: ); MONDAY) und. Tuesday, : Friday, und Sunday.; ( ve Savatuuah..3londay.llcrniiuiiy fhnrday Ocklawuha River ; also at Savannah
THURSDAY MORXIXG nt (Ii! o'clock\ furl'ERNANDINA Afternoon. with ::011'11I111'1'1lir New York
With Charleston Steamers (tit. Juh,, a ami I'hih"ll'Ipllhl.anI ,
Arrive i: Friday
: : : ; und will leave FEUNANIUNV: City hit nt) from Savannah and Charleston Fcniundiiiu..Tucsd.iy Evening! I Baltimore, and at Charleston; : with steamers -

same days at !8 u. m., for CAMP PINTKNKY: : Wednesday and Sunday;; for Savannah und Evening.City ; for New York, Boston, Philadelphia.! -
and nil intermediate landings: on the river. Charleston! :Monday lUll\ Friday. of! BjVl'tIJlII'u timore, with Xorthenstcrn and South Carlo- A
Returning EVERY: )': TUESDAY: and 'Fill-) With Steamer Horn daily to unit from St.Mary's FINE HTKAMKRS, \'e Savannah..Tuesday! Afternoon, Saturday lima Hail: roads for routes North, Mast: and
k DAY/ will nt arrive I'ERS.UWIS.\ut ST. MAKY'M at :ft p. in., Gu., ,ullllclIIl.wl'tkl)' to and from wI.snnTX.: : : ): .\ Arrive Fernandina......Wednesday Morning' Wc-t.
} On WEDNESDAYS und SATURDAYS St. Mary's River ),alltlin. Sunday Morning.Arrive FIRST-CLASS) ::; ( :; ".\S I'XiJltc''ml: ; : ICI.

AT lULinvi.v .'1.\., CITY UI" AUSTIN, Jutksonville..lvn.ilmesday: X 111111. DATIONS.) )
\ [I will leave ST. )IARY'" ut x::81): a. in., nnd can .
I be chartered for excursions toDunfcncss With Trains for Live Oak.Talluhnitcc.undall Arrive l5datka..1Vetluewday K:wiling.1IOINU 'fun iugh'I'icktts( and<<1 Staterooms secured
points in :Middle und West Florida. : :NOIITII.' and all! information furiiNhcd: at oil Ice corIHT -
Centre and Second
/ streets.u1y .
City of HriilirtunIx'ave :...' C. A. NOVEti.FI.OR11).t ,.
and other points of interest In the vicinityof A .
With /Steamer alpha for all points: und leave FKKNANDINV. : : ; J'mTlleH; ) :; Palatka............:Thursday Afternoon.Ixave .
Fernandina.Through. landings on Orange latke I on arrival of Peninsular DAY for NEW: YOKK ; and from Xrw \'''uK.I'il'r I Jucksiinville............:Thursday Xight. ', AM IIAVAXAWEEKLY
Railroad Train.TOUNKSVILLK. 20 East River, I'YEIFHW.: .\Y for Leave )l'cruuulinu..Sunday :tIU:! p.rn.,1'rilay.Arrive ) I,
[ Hill"* or Ladingby ,\ : )'1..'., Florida nt a p. m. -.1\.allllah.; lulllla\ Morning, Saturday ; : FAST) :MAIL SERVICE.Performed : ( :):.
This Line .hu'htg no transfers to make \Iorliin 1
MALLORY'S LINK: of Steamers to all : .
With Line for Ocala Tampa on
Stage \
between Jacksonville and Xew York oilers
it ; the St. Mary's.C'loae Ikirid I'arkLea'e -
points on und / from
Wednesday Saturday
Monday ;
I the best! and cheapest trunsjiortiitioii to Florida 1.\.mllll'tilll1..TlIl.1'4tlav Evening: Friday :
nnd und Sun
Oeala Tamjia Friday "
I : ", Connection l shiplmru.Oranges. Evening.Arrive : I (
day. will receive >ecial cure in hand ,
I sj Savannah.'Wednesday:: Night Saturday
Ii i made with the New York nut Savannah AT l-KDAK I.a1...\., ling. Xight. ; I

t I .:-It aml.tM.Iark: all )goods Care of Steamer With Tiimnu 31ultlfay VII.'" Line for PASSEXGER: ( .\'O lro'fcXlm:\ ) ) ) un-n: both trips /South and North, j I ......,. .

i: I Flora, Fernundinu." Tampa and Manatee ( und Thursday, FI 1 ItST-CLASS.I :: the David) Clark will call ut nil way landin '1'. 1 1All
uti und for Key West Sunday und I ) by the and 1 .
p. in., trips. terminating und starting from new << "
olFcrcd the advantages
I I GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR l'\- Thursday, at 0 )p. m. The traveling 1)11RErf are Fernandina connect with Transit Railroad jM.intcd l h'alllhi.1))1)11. ) (si kwhecIi I.
sengers. Excursionists: and Tourists will With the United( /States und Havana lust a Fxpnwr'I'rain: to und from Jacksonville, uml acconling to the following, ; schedule :
VII.\ (a:S. Connection! made at
Hud this: u very attractive trip, as: the scenery. :Mail Steamer .liGaital for Key West, Havana.Cuba Jacksonville with all steamlMiats for all there with Steamers to und from all landingson .. )A'a\'c' Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.i
U )grand and alligators and other game urt.hutulullt. on arrival Special/ Train every Tuesttty the St. John's Ocklawuha. and the :St. Johns, also" to. and from Gainesville ( )Passengers from Savannah leave: by steanu r
1. afternoon, ut 4.301'. in. From Havana, \points: on Waldo, Cedar Kl''Il'. Tickets are City of Bridget; >n on Saturday 4 p.'m. 1 1ave
Indian Rivers:! and with the Transit Railroad
For further Information apply to l'lit.a. unit Key Wot every Saturday. Special at Fernandina for all railroad stations sold through to and from all the altoveJMlints I I'Vrnundina! Jacksonville I lly Transit )Railroad :
JOHN RICHARDSON.: t train to connect.With 1 und when Steamer City of Bridgeton train Monday( morning i ; ), Arrive at
4 .').tf Fla.NTHKKTY Steamer Knterurhe, for )ints on the in 1'loridu.l'IIKIOIIT. Key West Wednesday nlorllill .
:: _.. .. .. jM : thruu h In-twcen Savannah and Palat Arrive at
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-- -- Suwunnee River Thursdays ut Ii u. m. ka. Havana Wednesday nftcrnoon.Returning .
ASH! PASSEXGER:: ; : : RATES;: | (
V IIKOTIIKII, For information rl'loltl'l.till routes, rates, ; by rail 1 n't ween Fernandina nnd Jackson leave Havana Thursday evening
etc., apply to I LOWER TitAN BY INDIRECT: LIXES.): ville. Ix-uve Key West Friday morning. Arrive -

A. O. :M.u-DOXELL) For Stale-Rooms, Tickets and all tlttlt'rl'urlil'uloJ'tl Cedar Key Saturday morning! (and at 1
TnERNANDINA.; FLORIDA, ( t'I\1 Ticket and Pass. Agent. .ftThrough< !; Rates and Bills of leading apply to the following Agents JUl'klllllvilleautl Fernandina 1.'fl'"tl III'it

I) .:. MAX WELL,.Gen'l:I. Supt.. :21 to all jMiints.jMrSteamers: andOtttces: Railroad: unlay evening und Savannah'::
of this: Line direct fromFERNANDINA by steamer City of Bridget Monday: (
Savannah 4 Ga.; -Cor. Bull and Bryan Sts., ; morn
\ M \srr.CTl'KEKIiNIIIII'=.\1.Y. IN CJAIUIF.TT A 11AHNK:*. : ) to NASSAU:\ X. P., under opHi| ite Pulaski und Screven House.Fernandina tug), thus forming) the shortest ]IH).... illlc sea
contract with the Bahamas Government, Fla.-At the Egniont: Hotel route between the United 'uh'l'IlIn Cuba.
TTARDWARE:, and are the only steamers that land at the und J I.. .
+t Capt.! no. 1I1I1I11II101t.go.tlt. '- PASSAGE:: ; RATES.Cabin.: .
Stove Heatem aud Itauge>"w' pier in Nassau.R. Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Bay and line

DOORS SASH, HLIXDSralutH W. SOUTHWICK) Agent) Sts., Dr. I:.:nglt"H Drug Store; A. C. Lan. Sa' Erruriiua.
Fernandina.C. phere, Ticket Agent ; A. I*. Hungerfonl, anmuhtohlavana..t32NI: : (4$550
TIN AND 8HECT IRON WARE II. MALLORY .t ('O., Agent.St. Fernandina to Havana..... :art 00 :is UU

.. and Liibrlcatlaic OH*. .Pier ::0 l East: River-. New York. .:!.-IC- Augustine, Fla.-On the Bay, It. .... Jacksonville Havana..... 21M450!
For staterooms and tickets ui>i>ly to LEVK
RED: C SAFETY: OIL A SI'ECIAI.TY.rrrI.tl..tUKNTK : Armstrong, Agent. *
)ROOFING AND Palatka Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers .t Co.,
Agents. Ga.-Corner Hull and ltryanstreets.

GUSTAVE: LEVK.Jen :. H. A. CALLAX. .\gent.
't'rnulllliualII"lIt Hotel. .\. L. :MEU;)
$ FOR AND BRASS:: FOUNDRYMAi'HINE < era 1 Passenger Agent.
Just ret.t'in'll-a large consignment of W. F. HARRY, USIt'lit..
General Agent, Savannah Ja'klulI\-iItt-f'Hrner Bay ami J'inl'totrt'l't...
8toThe "COOK'S appropriately J, X. HARRIMAX, Agent:
St. .u1stint'u/ the U.nU.. P. ARMSTRONG .
11 )Ialla .
named-it'I is a jewel. \\' J will nut MARS'1N'SALAUM( :MONEY DRAWER: : :';110". cr ) Agent.- attf.C .
(Writ"i.50..) -___. .
e undersold. I.! F. AVERY: ,


\ .MOM'RIKF IIOl'ISK. ;:STOVES- :-. TIN WARE.;; T. J, MURPHY, I'K ,I'tI.-n'K.: 31\Sl'r\l.'Tl'R)t f

, \ D Y MRS. .;t-f-'Tin Rooting and Guttering by hkilled TURNED LUSTERS: NEWELS: : LIVERY: AXD HOARDIXO STAHLUS:

1 COBNKB or PlSK: AND FoBHYTH SrKKKT*, workmen, at low rates. STAIR RAILS, WOOD F.\VI'\-;: +

ALL KINDS OF MILLMAC1UX.ERY ( .%M FLOORING. To and from Steamers and Train.CONTRACTS .
A oJ'J : Hulls on REPAIRED.F11ISTCLASS : .
J TERMS '1.:50 AXD $3.00 ,
of the Golden tll\'l'. s1-tf Stair and Church WorkA
to Location of l uoms. .
.\ .. :; = \\'UItK) M I.\ $lIlt

THIS located, and having been reno- C Orders from a diMance will rwvive careful OF ALL SIXES.: C.UtTSXU WAGOXS.

rated throughout will: be kept as a tirst had-elavr. Alachua Street between Seconct and Third and prompt attention. 1'0u4 Office Box 171. r
The Proprietress: having Z4"TEIIMS C.\SJI. ii
house* South will janl r.! ____._._Ftrnandina. Fla.
both North and "pareItall1i FERXAXDIXA.: ) FLA.Orders SHOP : HAY ST., X u" THE SHIP YKD,
for the comfort of her patrons, In Ton PRINTING in ; Offil'e and Lle.iNt;
no i and estimates from a distance run.- even- style and ate Street near
,. lIl&ldng the house home-like as any lathe! +I fully attended to. 25-tf der-..tC Jack-umville. [t'I". the lowest rates, at the MIRROR ui ee. Broom Streot; Wharf.
; .. I