Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00055
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 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: UF00054505:00055
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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JtKntXH.Never a EX Ell A L 1XTEL LH1EXCE.A cnpied along with their wives an equally (: or lumen tul culture. This may' he so, l hilt is so hellion. The !splendor of national greatness; '
commanding social status, and vhat I is 11'11 (1I\. a certain degree, these lanlnmarks the new career of unlimited power vested in

...... ... word is: !said 5)) VERB snow storm was raging in New of those i people is: equallyten' of the present are rapidly becoming I merged I into one the ( Soncral) Sovernmeiit with which it I is
But it trembles: the air York on the 10th and judging from the generation of IW,1I'IIII'11 and of their wivesin : another, Chara'cter a 10'H should he I the sought to dazzle the eyes: of the people ; the
this test of social in civlli.cdcountry. of all functions rights and
city ami
Ami the truant voice has: sl'll.To weather here continued several days. Ilbt1ltil'1 1t1h' 1'III1ioli1liol i
During my residence at Cincinnati and at powers: 11 (10\'I'llIl'llt) at 'rnl'hiljtln.
u hra te everywhere ; TilE tfirnlil'ti relief fund has already: passedthe Iouiol'ill'1': I failed in attending an I cannot agree wih'Ol when you say arc the promises: 111(1( out In c'ol 1 I rI"
And perhaps far off in eternal asocial. entertainment that social i for which the whilst
yean: 1'111Ilof$:r(H)1,000.! The 1.'lIilt'lIall', :: shipCtnishtlntion ) evening Iarl\ or 'position : thing H'plhll'II" they 111' wliilil'If :
The echo may ring our ears. of; klul to meet with 1'011' of myprofesionarfriends 11"1 should .struggle. I 11'1I111"t see how thiscan ( purpose to ..n.rlhrl\ the Federal ,
upon / is taking in her load,l of provisions and their wives, sons '::1' I inierf'rewitIi a physician's usefulness.On 'I \1111, which i is cherished IIhl' Republican :

Never are kind acts .done donated hy various parties for the !Irish.! daughters: ; and I speak advisedly Whl'I I I the (''1lmr\ I regard: it as one of the leader, I It is in this: !"' the coming
To wipe the declare, although it 1thI' at the highest ul,1 most sacred) duties of the medi, contest i is so important. I is: a contest 1 I
weeping ('mit Lr.ssr.rs
xr reached
eyes DK: has: San Franciseo of repeating myself, that there i is l'all:1 to cultivatethegracesand, amenities: whit-I i is to Ih.d.I' wllthl'r or not the ten
Hut like flashes of the sun, : and at the request! of the Chamber of or town of al'col.j.II'I'lhll'111': in th 1')11'111'1 of social life. I i is the absent of this: quality of I is rat' hostile to I

They signal to the skies ; Commerce and I the Hoard of Trade has madean in Which I the same state I things lnt ; that lowers the profession: so much in union' of States: such as I I'nl"tlliiolor.

And up ahove the angels read address on the subject of the inter-oceanic obtain If you look nt the medical' ( I j. p -tilalil1.II.II'l'lh'(1oI: it to the level mains, 111l'h ns the federal nrI : II
MOM in plr city yon wil linda lrofl's I of ordinary of life.as illustrated : to preserve and to The (Chicago
I How IWI pll'lli llllllh'
we have helped the need.\ canal )
sorer lie
described the various
: rOIlII'll'ro. truth ,
illustration of the i in the 1'I1ojd mechanic, the Tltnff, exnltingjn decisions nl'lhl"
Never a day is: given, posed: and gave his: own view on the : ject. I t tion given hy the late '!: ) I I N,. lit ; 111111' medical 1:1 aspire of the Democratic partythat party he-
Hut it tones the after yens, sack, one of'tho great medical Illilri' to hit rcfmcd ( ,', I'1I"lnlll. and lug t'oll.I., as it justly: says, on the doc
And it carries up to heavenIts TIIK; receipts at Chicago for the year 1979are : !) ', his: day, to the New York 11 :Society : do all he can t to adorn the : II'r of (IrilC a Il1inllfI'Ial'ltl':( :; and, of &

!sunshine\ or its tears: ; as: follow, : which was: graced: l ha large number life, for just in "rll"I'lil1 as he docs this (' : : I is not

,. While the to-morrows. stand and wait 1:rain. 1 199,7t\.VObpsliels!) : of distinguislledjurists, divines, artists: antiliterary wil he be r'II'I.I.,1 1'"IIII1il111 very long since the same paper ,1"lll.t
Flour................... ::3liUbarrels.: :! ) : :, gentlemen", including, as 1 well renlemntiet : to" (the 11''( dignity of his: Irhfi'sstun that tho I constitution, no longer (x : 11
The silent mutes hy the outer pate. ('atl Ie..'.. l.Sl.i.117 head. such IlIl'l as: l'raucislacnevcn." : : _____________ I instrument of checks and limitations on
:Sheep. 'JiV17: :! : head Mott, 1 Kearney" Rodgers] and the great and, "congressional I power; t that the eleventh I
There I is no end to the !sky, Hogs
And the stars: are everywhere, Lumher................ 1.lf( ),OOO.oon( / feet. and their wives. WI IIH II 10..t The opening (the l'c.i"1 which has justunlpletcd 1 I Is now 1111\II'lIt for allrISI' of legislation. .
And time is: eternity, brilliant assemblies: of the kind 1 (have 1'\'l'1 11'1'1' 11'11 the
Tilt: Virginia; judges; who have been indicted ( its: twenty-fifth year was: the Ill".1
It i is not necessaryto: ask what ls5nrtin the American
And the here i is over there ; for not putting negroes: on the jury will'lel'lial :status of ldllil'l as Hailoy, gl.iomiest' period,I of Russian history ; hut i have to whi.IJ at the. next election. wil' p

For the c'01l\1I\01111eeIoI: of the common day list, are now having their cases: tried in the Hard Jones, Miller: lVrightI'usttutu: others, was also the most: Prulitahiv.Vt' owe attitude of the Republican party i is' that

Arc ringing hells in the fir awny.Sa"Ia United' :States; iistrkt'turtsittingat( : Lynchhurg. '!'ilal'hO"I'} names and, fame, are indis-: ;gratitude," says the :\h lo"ll:1"<: "evento which the Tim; /* has all'III' taken Theattitude
soluhly with the glory of NewYork. of I the ,' )' I is that of
Miittnzitic.; I HKNRY a"'II'ial'l
!! : HntTox.STATE The first: ease tried resulted in an ac;; i 1 folly to suppose that these: 111'1 tI laI1111'I"dl. for her blows: shattered I ll'llllJiol !the ('(I-lillllill: and the

guittalV( do Iot1'1': how it I'o\llliltl' otherwise. were ,deprived of the tutu, 01 I the best society (the pernicious :system that was: destroying : he that Ihe Democratic party -

XEU'S. 8'he law required the persons: placedon of your great city. us, eyes to. I the :state Menus I is he ,t 1'Iol'I'I. as I the Times; predicts : hut I Iit

.. TIIK :South Florida-I Railroad: it is: stated I I, is i the jury'list t to he, men suitahle: intelligence. ton The has refined always and had cultivated a largo share!11'idIf ot the medical Hus- illl'llIal 011'11',1II'1'II'I'IIlh. and, l1'11llhl'1'1:1, way for al.llf wilot dissolution clil Il1lil it Is lights attendant: out: this on hath.defeat '

S The discretion to the element: all I the reforms: now in .",. This i is i:
progressing/ rapidly given judges Its doors h have always: been progress. in : II" it will bo coincident' wulll
made' Ihl'lIthe judges of the qualification: widely. open to the Warrens, the Haywards, no exaggeration.: 1 Russia: has made more the tl'lrl.' :on'rlhl'l\\ the Federal Union;
:SruAwnEnuiKs:: are selling at ten cents per the Cliannings the Higolovvs: the J.K-ksons: real progress since the UII":4-ill: of Alexander and 1 I the I destruction of I the Federal eoustita.ion.1'mess J
quart in Jacksonville. jurors, irrespective: (i color, and certainlyit the :Shattncks: ", the How-ditches, the Storers, II. than during I the whole prccefliiigceiitnry. i ( (),Ielons 1'ifnynnf,
would require a \'l'r.ltrolltr., positive: and the und I as In lSi3 :-hl IIII11' 'lit!) miles: of
TJI Jircrse Reynoldesos othl't. tll''lilll'I'
: publishes: hy request a communication
I'orl'lll'tI"e of their ,discretion make them to descendants In no ; 111' rail'way ; she hoIII\\: ; of lo.ono. InIs.Vj EX'WAOUIH\A1tr 11':11'11ICN:
recommending. C. (ireeley; of l1'I.t'1 three cities in the whole
liahle to prosecution., United States did !llilIiII'/ century only : Kmptrcviz .
Jacksonville, as a ('candidate (Sovernor.TIIK 1'ljOI high a as tlut of ('harl1loli. -- : :-:1: I'elenlurgiosnnly: and'] Odessa, 'rX.IS.
l'o'rlYIi. H. ( it was beyond question at Olltill were ,'\1 tolerably)1:1.,101': lighted ; wll'rl'- I.u.1..1.1.Iar.h: .'i'Isewentherh4stnight i t
heyVest people arc suffering from IT is claimed hy the Liberals that in the the most: Irjlal't all aristocratic 1'0Ilil as: loW I'\'ry "':oill) 11'0illial i t was: photionio'nal. 10 : a rain storm '
the want of rain. The cigar factories it is coming elections: for the new Parliament this ,' Iiai '" 111:1 off in both respects: \\' :-:1: Petersburg \ 0'10l.
l'nl\ set in fol lowed hy hail at Title: wind lulled,
said], will have to close: unless: it rains stint thl'will ten incmhcr, in :Scotland: any time get this: continent I higher type of (las Company: is: one 01 the flourishing ;
: a greater amount ill'clegmt\ : in tUKm I pi re. !is", tho total shifting from north (to 10rlhl'n-t.: when thel'utlt'tis
seven in the north of Ireland... and thirty- l\i1atioll J t ,
CoKKKsroxmxTs: of the :San; font .Jitm-unl nine in (lil'l'at! Britain. ( ', than I \In this once great Illbl'll1 factoiiesih: l 1:11'1111':1: HI'1'Iil; was were illumined for' thirty minutes

speak of the orange trees: being loaded< down all famous: city-tarnuus for its pretty and 1,1/I.::/; l'IIII'II a Ylarly:111': of ;;r>0-, with something like phosphorescence.' :
1'nixcE; ]HISMVKCK has presented in the U'I'oll'li hl'll:111'1 l : and its noble t'i\/I- ) ) >0 (*:!!'ii'-V;: > : .) ) 1 1H<>7-(Inhalfway I
with bloom'! and many trees blooming which} rio and I intelligent nice Its social( entertainments point of the present )lguu1,7: ;{ :!I was almost as: light as: day, although the sky
Kcichst.ig: a on emigration (from CJer-
are not more than six years old paper : nlwuof the most, 1 factories: WI'I' at work, with an annual: "h'ldof \\11 0'II''w4I'llh l'11111 not a single star
many ,during J1'ijtlho'III( ) : that :5l,2.)7: :!:) pt'r51)115 and I costly\\'I'r' : More I old, madeira 1'1'11'1'11 .illll.OII.IIO) () ) roubles, and figures' :1'1' being visible. As: the light li,1'r it hognshorting :
:\In.Olxn.I1: starch in 1.larI"lel'
mill Orangecounty t11' -tbIrds of whom were males, emigrated : sherry, 111 champagne: wore now l'oliI'rablhidl'l: iniquities, : of, This u + was i lilll\'I..1. : heavy thunder \
proves to he n success. Its productshave hy far the greater nuinhcr /going: ) to consumed and a greater niimhcr of terrapins the I :I : ; day carried on iiictirthiuug and lightning, during vvhich it commenced '
heen the United States and HritNh North America. to'the obsolete forms meducval I :!snowing. The, of, it has '
approved hy a large number of annually slaughtered( at (host ; reunions than : : iI. 11'\1
law 1 almost: too monstrous for belief been seen In this: !'(' I\' the oldest inhabitant. r
:starch dealers in the North In any other city of its' sinin America ; and were ;
TIn refusal of the French :government': who that is familiar with tho inner life \II'rl':4.lo\: trial: by jll'Y. introduced, inINK1 The snow 11.1 to n depth of t four
:11t. O'CoxNon: : of South (Carolina on the l'harl-t'll.: as it only a short 1111: ;: is a national institution: The I Russian 1111':4.: whl'l it again l1"l'tllll1ti, the HIIOW
surrender... ]llartman[ the Nihilist, who is: 1.'i"'I'o
1:!Jd,l, introduced. a hill directing survey: of ago, does not kll\\ society was largely soldier's\ 11'11 ..'lr\'h.1 Ihl'l extended" over" > 11'1-1',1: so it w"llll : til' weight
: charged:: with having been engaged in the I indebted the eclat which( it so '- vcars: ; whereas, it is IIOW 1,1 lit'ml 1111 breaking: (food' '
fo (
(the. estimated cost .1'a line long Itt .
na\iJL.j: attempt to destroy: the ('1.ar and his household to its medical men and their wives; to seven. Various: cruel and degrading punishments all day, with IC'I'I-iollallht: : snowing ( .

tion between Cape Fear and
in Russia against the French and it is supitoHed was u host: in h lI""lf--tllcrfl..t typo' of the army ', are now almost' ah.I"hl'l., only 1"III'r" ,say will help 't
wheat and! oats, and( whilecuttingdovvn
.illlcaditUstt true ] land, our man Ravin"run: the I 1\l1\1 in St.Petersburg .
"' 1'ltl'II\ any
Tun Orlando list of )
a Ill teret irt., This allair Is: likely to he injurious have graced the society of princes.!!. Who is: 1 1 since' Ist. TIl :L'JJ.OOO.ono) / I peasants will not hurt it materially.HUKNIIVM ,
Iranfl'I'ilO1'I'l'al: estate: from week to week to the position,; of I'rince ( ;lortschakolV.\ not familiar: with (the high social: position: of ,| : who vveto :\ ': in IS.i an) now free : I, March ;.:Tho ,111'0" (' J
which indicates that; :sales of real estate: arc the Ramsays:: : : tho Porchers: the Ravoiicls, I 1\1,111.1 I few of (Ihl'l bee.une: landowners which I11'k( this region on Saturday has
made, at veryfair prices und, in considerablenumber. : Tin: /'i//W Ximriu; has informed the I'ope the Holbnloks, the ( Scddingscs, the or thriving, 1III'l'hall". Kvcn: In played the II I II tl'wih the gardens, II.tlll' '
I/O that the French :government: has decided, tocpel Icaus, Frosts and other distinguished, lrio'l! IdlIII'rilorHII'IIa': ': gain has III'l'l con ; h tint cold WI" 10t <-t Intense us: to kill

the religion : names: adorn time medical history :ill'I'alll', I Kuropeshe hits nt uireiL, Smith" I- I'\'r.tlil} ; Corn 1 iscntdntvn tothnground:: ,
I prohihited' ) corporations. WIO-I'
: In Minor she lias "lt T'x:1: farmers: 11111'1: me that this
TIIK :Sanfordvdsays I that for the two til' ill] :1talesi'11'lat ern HI' arl'ia .bi annexed
.\ cahinct 1'011111'11'a he
to held when the is of our larger cities in this part XI.tll'rllrll'lil., In 1\1- often happens and still the roots of (the
weeks: I'lltlillIrl.h: 17. there were :shijipcd' French \\'ollllcll'l'jll', tral Asia she 11 plants are not and will make. good' I
:government: definitelywhat !: true, emphatically true, of every :' \\11 I as lar/ as injured'I'In
t'rolllIIfor(1:; wharf f-57 boxes und, live barrels measures, : should he adopted\ ( regarding rl'I"I.t:4, \ : c and hamlet of the Union. ( ;So France, while her Siberian frontier has been crops h Inl'l nth t n Cotton, whc'l'l up, will have i

: of oranges.) : Previoiisjy reported 1 :!t7<; ) i ilioxes the Jesuits./ : It i i", : I i is of mark of China: and (lie important Hand of Sagh- :11',1 and little. labor. A few determine j
and :IM"1 ) barrels: ; aggregating' ; t : to ,dale, I'rcu journals: that (Itt principal Jesuits: : Ih\illl a man: not a i : I, cawil /
l whether the
I I are so wi-l II I satisfied I that I the government I Is social jiosition to the clergyman, alit, extorted from Japan.Hut / : 1'1'01 I, cl.tro.\.t
4.2\2:!\: i boxes and 1 :-Mo barrels.: 1III'arl".t. they no I'HlII'I'I'XPl'.t. to remain tier lawyer the scientist or (tho merchant, apart from nil this, IIil: : has 1110t The chances an1 ) I

Tin: Voliisia,; AVnv/ :says : R. Sheldon:: l i ii in France: hut are preparing) to emigrate. Prime .\ great deal i is said at the present achieved, I step which wil go far to.supply \ early blooming I rl'IoII'U destroyed.W.uo' \.
; day of the want (If refinement and of the dcfc her greatest want. : l formed, not In- .; .rnl'll 15.--Since Saturd.iy a I'reox-
i is making arrangements to clean out and f :five of th % dne'1 .siilt-tauti.il middle class, hut ( ing 11' been blowing until now.Mverytliing .
THE SOC1AI l'O.' ITIHX (II' IKtC- ( c'dl"aliol l im <]licil :student, as I I tlatwhh.1 1
enlarge; the Haulorcr: h 1 Canal I. connecting; if ho were the veriest hour in ( 'hl'II'I.III.hardly : will he the IWIII 01 1oI111 I class, : exposed' Is covered, with loo and t
Hillshoro'and Indian' Rivers.: It is)less: : than I TOllfi. half cililized, lll\aII'I. I Idrl's i [is expanding year This is the tll'I't (Corn, fl'lil. vegetables and late wheat
The celehrated I Hr. liros-s, of Philadelphia, ,' the shabbiest: possible 111\1'1111111 | one I thing lacking to ensure [the stability of 11' almost: I total ">IoI. The farmers: find
a mile! in length) I is hut !ten feet in widthand ,111 : ,
thins treats of the portion: of lIIelie'HIIIII'" in are all I ( I I that our systems of instruction I'the I EIIII. J'I'. Of tl ,3)) ) inhabitants some l'II"lalol in having;I.good H'I"11 to
t lit through Coquina( rock part: of the way.This I this arc sadly: out of j.llt; (that they arc not( I 1"'lluilllly, Rn"': prop"r in l IMIII.!l 'JO.iMiii-) ( 1'11111t. h hA

would open\ navigation: frnm'I'oulnka I country : u i I what, they :should what hv a.II\, I ( peasants: and :!a.of.'")lpWJ' ) sift" '
1 have: lived a good, ( \\'hilt'ill the world, they must and ho ; but I 1111 ;quite, !sun- '. leaving IIHHIIHHtutlcs' < t> i.ono.umj 'inirgcs"cs, 11: 1 1ir.itoMi! TO Mr. ArurHTivK.; -Mc.s"rs. H
:nearly to wil
Jupiter.TIIK \ I and having seen a great deal society. I am that If you drop in some .lay into j i I and (LiItiH, ) priests: : to 1 form: the counterhal- ;, l'olil"llc Lorlug the projectors of
records of the trllltt..1tIII':4:: Internal safe i in 1 assorting; that tI "I'l'I:4: no profession: my lecture room, while I 1111 ongageilHii; addressing i i iinclng IIWl'i).. The 1 emancipation of thatI the (' : Augustine: and Indian

Revenue OlHco in ..hll'koll'illch"w: : that I vocation or pursuit: which on this !sidcof the nearly sic hundred sta k'ht I", asscmhlod I I year, by : the power of the nobility Kivcr Railroad 1, I.n for Jacksonville ti.
Atlantic enjoys a hither social status: than from all pair of the country, including I wllil that of the people was still non week to make necessary: preparation I
:in the year 1X7" there were manufactured in the medical' the f'l1'1'i'alllllt: ('xI'I'JIII"1. The :: representative! dillcrcnt, t foreign : {'.d> I'la'I',1 Russia: in the position, of II cmnuleneusetttii'sail, ; l 1'011. in ethtiurtaitytvillllhereghireulentssil'thirIiarter.
the district' of Florida :.),ll;:!,:>13 cigar. The ''I refined) and American: physloi.ui: is a princeamong (landyou wIII.1 he11'1'1.,1 1'11: at their j state wil its class' WJI. its !lower class : 'Tho

estimated, value of the cigars. was ;l,7lu'HH< ') >o.The ). ; men and, his wife is over his: equalin orderly, l'I"lult. (their gentlemanly appearance I| not .11. 11"1 no middle ('hlll at mull or'lll:: /:atollll'IJI company I look place "before
I the social, ) circle. Indeed she is often a and their intelligent countenances.M'iny ;i TII name sluggish Ignorance": which makesltd'1 : I I', and A. P. BIIIH''US
) tax:' upon those: at six ti.IIIII.ITl'r:! \ thousand II I leader,] in and queen of society., Who has : of thoso youths are not duly I \\'dlI.) I Russian: "niiijik" "1011 against theI duly elected, lrl'liol'l! It I.< said: by those'

: amounted to :I7H,77X:; ; Too largest: : taxpaid i not hoard I myth, IIteIrs: Octavia Walon: LeVert 11atl'll. bat they l under the i I l'cI.II'. hil ahso- who arc In possession: fact; (that the road !
I 1.1.I"all'e.tllll.
ha\I.II"1 wlll"I'O
hy any one IlIallllfa.tlll'l'l'\\'u"li.iIMI.h i the vvifi-oi'thedistinguishedr.|) I Henry host influences, are J'I.lrl'o to in.iko : '- lifcof his coun will ho built this summer' nlll".I" 11IIil I:
:S.: Lit Vert, HI' Mobile! ,\!in.:? This; lady, ,soacconip'.isho their (lark in" Ilc t''llilo. well us in try. "'Imt is wanting i is reasoning, not order by I the opening iii'next "1a! "I.-Sl.
'fi1Fi'cllsaeulaj/mirsays: ; : Seventeen:: ; : '! .1 as linguist; a writer and, a : the social. circle. Our !, ,and navy surgeons I reasonless, fll.di'I(' '. The I chosen: tools. I .//16, 11/1"/. (r.'m.f. .1 Iugntlilr.l; /

1 handsome square-rigged 1 octaii rovers. ,'t conversationalist..; "verywherc hint/ '' aro, us.every body army knows, everywhereadmitted : :ihil-llrl' ci-I'o"'III"I'II.I./: who. lun.I Tho g1'"UIII'1 :almvc mentioned' took a
den t 1 I'I'm] hound I f ulI.II.lr',1 hv the :goixI: and ;great at home ; ,I into' the, very bust n-icty' buth. at > Ilr'wl\ thlr al..r '. students "lal tl'alllr Oi Saturday, and going l'rll
and abroad. :No Amciiean woman : who have | v1' with workmen laid I a aiiicutnhusbtrut'rails /
ahno.st IIl'tlu' crosvd) the ever re- home' and abroad. Again Mot a I few; of our < os<>, with heads asempty :
; globe ,
every point l' .in'llla"I'l'hollla.'I' or lUsidcration at foreign physicians marry into our a it illstinguNhed 1 i i i I : as 1 tln-ir (KtckcH ; and 1 1:11ia'l: salty: lunditlrnnughtvtirktoeiinl[ 1
"ar !Wednesday and proceeded: on theirdtMiiiation. / II ; courts ihan she: did.! For IWUI't'.IN young faililh.. whl1( wlllio assuredly i j. /.il the l'rl'aUII..fa class of "rlllllllt 11.witl til ie.iiircmcnts| of their charter.RK .

For one day's] businessthiscompares ; :sluW.W U louder of fashion in her own city, not bo the case if they l1t \dl-ll.d.! j! men onmsjiifsa, fur wh'I' 1.i'reA.
favorably: with New York. There I! rendering her home' one of the most attractive l'Ilrl"III.III'rifri) I''" men. !I ini.lios| prosperity,' and disorder absolute
: in tlll'l''IIltry.! and aiding:: :greatly: to' li '1'1'1111\'ili"u. in mi, if not in ruin. Tho existence of such. I class II Frlll 1'ualTtvt: >i'i/rs.-There1 are numerous I
s :stilt a ." 1'11'l\Ili'll1't.t' in the harbor' and the I the reputation of'lu-r celebrated husband.Mrs. \. hud taste, to institute: comparison between made] the commotion of |1534:: short and I PunsPiratively remedies) that f'lrl ""lllIIH'ild) 11'1'11

knowing ones predict a good,I summer in the !IVert's case: j is not singular: mac my ownand the other learned' professions ; j i : h bloodless, rendered abortive the trusted U:useful, but' none 11\, ever proved

:muter business: Manv similar Sustain might; beeitedoi'thcwives hut I think yon will'ar l out in the assirtion 1t1'111'IIIIIIIrl'I; of I lat: and! tided ovtri so t'iltutlial--urimI so 1111) ldII.h: remarkable I
I I of mi-'dical I men who I by their chariu-! that WI hundred medical, i i -(risir of 1/j,>-1! without cases-' Dr. \11 mcduines. *
Ox Tuesday" last JmLje Win. Kirk of the I i,! lug:: manners high mental: culture, grout i1)l men, as \t 1.tih!111'thl'll in our town ,i I )outbreak at all ; and mho 1'11.1.wll". I TinCherry' Pectoral ) restored i great
I'ensacola' bar was summoned before Judge l j i! tolligenec-aud; hi/li; reliiiomeiiMiavcattained( l amid I ciiiori : tlll side hy side' with; I i lu(,succeeded, I ill 1'.11'11IJ ttl.tBll,1, 1111'1'1 of patients: whl worn believed tohehopelessly
:Maxwell:' to !show he 1o11l1ll1c1I1'Jt 1] to the highest; social rank. I In my own city an' equal number of clergymen anti lawyers.they > fLill$t. I'ehraburg.---X. 1" TIM ft. allcclcd wil consumption.
I'auwhy I|
: the eduisiti-l' physician i i-,. and always has wi I lose nothing 1 by tho ( lri" j Ague I'lft : up chills and fever
!punished l for a contempt of court in tiling the nf'the h.-wt inlhecommmiitv cither mental culture 'IIIJ 1 quickly I and ,surely.Avcf'n .
I wti, peer 1.l il hl1 1'111IC"1111' < (Jilt /'I/< 1/-/;, ILLI\HS,
an answer in chancery which J II'h I' Maxwell: whatever may he his 4-alling. There social .osiiion.{ Conqxiiind Kxtract; of Surhaparillaeradicates
j| his at Springliold/ that "the
!regarded m (list.i: >cctful to him"olf., In rejjwin.se i Is (lever any largidiiinerurty.| angathering "V'uhl' I 1"lt sutlicK-ntly familiar with the .11..h Hail scrofula and impurities) of the
{ or U dub-meeting at vvl li i'-i! thereis six ial tittu "of medical; mnin' (in-at '!i great tho ,J Republican party im> !:a I hl>HHl, clcatiics (the ".\1/1111111 restores it to
to the rule on him, Jute Kirk rouarkcd !- ; not nln.\11 full representation of mi-di- but union I greatly err Dr. Jriial.IWI'+'
that ho had nothing/ ; Jo :say that itsanslrcr 1! cal 11'\1'1' : tf thdr"wllv I IMM-II i'lon'rl''II\'II.tr.\) .. an,IfCo.r-!I'1 war, and persistently koj.t alive, hy their I ,1 I.h'1 that cause a decline nf;
spoke for itstlf; whereupon[ J u'I;ehxwl'lI 'i, their g'sd I hr.t-diiw. their general intillii Iunat.lnh'lerulailllib! ; professional brethren, ': health are 1':111..1| l or cimd.Aytr'x .
: ..f their The leaders, () they do not sot that they their, cffocUaro too,
:\ committed I to i geiitv, or the t11.a..l. tall.l. which no 11. wl probably regret more i i "hil I wt.1
ordered him to be. j Nv'i,tar in honor ot I Dr. Las-. than hiniidf I or ] to o,..rn-ct. 'I 1 1My .! are ni.tlJ to 11I1.j'c the country)' to (tho dosj I, kn.wl everywhere .. require any. (''111 I.
jail for thirty days, j par iVi larlit..III'U.,1. ..( Pr.ifev'rof Anat- two visjts ahrlat Il't'llxIII"ImJJIt II': io'o contact j IN.li. will of 1 m-kh-ss political l'I ',rity, I Ilatof front tom here.- runlnu, /'<'., Tim..

TIIK United, :StateCourt; having; : dir.'ctc l a i; omv in the l"lh I'nilf lVn ,ylvania. with a largo lulll'r 11.lic'lull in j, are subverting tho lil -rtio* of all.'' Hodttj.'ircd /
I I: which, tor noarlv halt'ntury." wore theaiknowlitlgtsl Kngland: Ireland und Scotland I. and I I I'al inonKivor. that the contest of AN' OVIOV-UITIXO P.4itiy.-.it an onion)
K-vyoftvvo jit-r cent on the taxable proj j I t cfiitro-s ..f she -fmoiui-nt i and I scielitioii-ly declare that 1 did, not meet i II not hear IniM} ,rtaiit than that of lust/I party the other (evening;!, 1 wicked brunette
rty of the city of I Vitsucoltf.. tll l 11:11: jmitl"nuts .{- !'I int.'!llectuai'culture mil'' I I'hiladHphia.; werei will:t nolitarv rule whu1- not entitled to I Niuei' being similar, tilt"..ud.Ilt i..11"1 t 1)I I played u high game ,for Id!('. At u Iurl'

-r' 5n that c mrt a ain..t thes-ity, tllJllh..fIIII' i i i largely "IIII..I| ..f thlshh"'.tl mcii! Ua""J: I. allcij I "gfiitloman.: Then! are of and the rchtivo p >.sitioiM of hue two parll' of this description' it thvoa-toin /, .
,.iti7-I'II" for n : others, of Chapman.: Jam." Dewow, 'oursHiatt'rt'rut j.'rado.iof. srwlt.ty ,-and i cannot tl'ill/. u measure, rovt-rsed. I girls to go hit' I darkened rlN'I. when ,
are tIiits.MMg:: a 1 project i;!i JUch". lU-tif l a R fho R'ihU-y. |ltutghbonuu'I I IM exjits-tod I I that every HiMdiiMl) mull The 111111 is. that now, as well m ( | OIKof' the party bites a mouthful. I from tin
'noving. : beyond the/ city houM'JUrU1 UMl e*- :: ltfl'IIltl'll
; .I,1i"hill1l'I. of.f "' of th j jifrformanc lm -coived | tho hi h' t ( lwih is hi. ,. l to ki ofgirUtinlll
new town, for the |l"U1j1t'ifJ ,int i.f \'it.\ \ IN Hilu.I I illl ? ('rlII'II'I. uy j jsiroye.1 it "i r .. privilege tllJut1
', ,ln- 11I tb.' \\ u dr'll' are comparatively by cons'ilidation as well he i is cmil.led by the ( -
''tthij;,' nittftht, tax. It i i.+ safe (o ..ay th!at : the Scr/cann. / 'rI. Thl.r. fe'II anyirofoision as by ,1.11-I
and dt. i, who thus honoredlivery It bo t.-rminiUi| mine the fragrant fruit
; the (1'.II\alikr.' ,11.r ,1..tilui"ht..1 i, | ar. t"ratol. may ; by polll- w/I'II"'I"rtitli
10 such .uicia.4l pr.itvo liiy; will IKJ I I hal hut I| of mii ) ] his xto2at his well the in this -
i\'I.;. T'' o wives .h1 IIUn w'rt position in pni'i-s.-es W as hy rluihl of url" The lrulcU / oastHplMsl i
'li.it. the stMiTihle property owner will CMiiavor i|i an footing. W.'jcro! tholr liuslKiii! I own ra".I.I.h: not hisblrthrUht. It.' can. The p-irty which i I. ming' all its onoruit-s to t taniiihllato the onion into her pocket instead oflilting

to ('lttUTUIUIau.t get rt.1'l of thU I j went they' went ;;tlh')' wore hut |,aruw or I if he d,(.. or j is worth anytl.ing nt all f (tl ret'rvsl l right of the States, I i it, and thc.cpnuv HI w'ton drummer
i.j.t K-ial outca; +ts. tin the eutrarytheywere gradually[ attain it, dii i>it.tin- 11.jJrU"l' und to 11.1"1 the lmark! which the wlin win summoned to test MU I find, bail
uud 1 wf <>
: ever alter keep tAut .4.11.1. i "Uu.l.j and t-tilruivl I wme, the lietn i u of frcumtaiict! The Cr constitution 4-m-u against; tlu kl *cd) five times apinndlh" dn'l.,1. wasballing :
t'trliuarc atrv.iy ttS ftk-f tu oonrt'f with any .iiult tr numb'-r, of trowel in tlw ('" toiolott )into *ofHy| |ju 1iuIlwIchlhiki\ aid : liit nUof |hs fcilornl 1 jjvvcr. Is not c.ruuh-1 l :: Rg:"n, when u :girl worse jealou'

:be. I'n 4daw) 01"111 tlwti'rttki i4 Nchap. l1pt j ( The )flu..ls. 4iiip4.. Jlttht*. \1M. to hat funily[ or iu.bl' oml l: in :Yew Yurlf, I i iWHCilUi life to Iho Union than If I wen J.vra."'l\I") die.jvfml thu triclf. alit

: U., fl4rt..al L .!!s4qwer4tprma% s > .or !)},, <4 !In lM, n UWNl ndt.fIt tIla fIH h. "'I'l"{ ) 'met f'Z'II".t i rte thin JUI" \. up."w .

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FLO1ilDA [LIIIIIOIt.rr. opponent, was purchased, for $ISO[; to makehisspccch I forty' feet would have/ accommodated their :'I : : ..l: I'l.OKBDA

.., ) for Wu hLnrlllll"t'nllIf, Donnelly.Numbers ) manufacturing hl1 irJl'0\\', within one : 1 :
.-=-."-' ': --z=.::::- _; .:'::. "', year. it required not only t the whole of Polk's I I : : I : I) IMMIGRATION COMPA'YOFFERS ()
of laborers in :
engaged! ? nu )Hall
SATURDAY, .1fA AllCIt: 1SSO with till the staging and dressing rooms: ( < .
.----------- ---.. -- -. -,- -- .-.- railroad out in the wilderncs's, where! there I removed', but tiNo u lw| oition. of the !second JL I 1 1I ( :: :
Ot>rrct]>' nttenti mid l'I'I'II'Il'lld/ ,,!! 1tstsI was: no county organization, no l precinct"t story of the Mime \building, and if the! demand i
t'n ith this pttjicr' will pit-arc tlirrrt to I"/oJlIJI\/ and I no resident populationoted, in boxcars :: for their toods continues: to increaseit 1 ( ; ttOO.OOO Acres:'*
MIRKOR, '('rmwdi" Flu.WHAT will be IIl'l'e"'IIrto" add s-till greater room
: i
and !) 1
". -, .. ..- : depot huilding, depositing! their to their the'!tory. They have/ standing orders : l ) :
votes{ in cigar boxes. .\II wire! paid for voting for more c'lg'tlrtllIIlI! they can make with I
IHtVS Till: FKRXAXinXA It. () : l :
and voted for Was-hburn In their present 1 force" and have found it necessary
; Minneapolis of l : : : : ; :
11. : II:I.I: AND DESII.AUI.E\) ::
:: :
: to send on" for I the forty additional l, bundsmentioned 1
} ) for, 'his Ii:,, : ), ,
: one man was pailhl vote, another :
Is it intended to make Jacksonville: H mere above, to enable them to fulfill I I I'I ....
way-station, Fcrnandinu her port' or is: $_,>, and so nut Employers: IJIIIchall.1Illl'ir !: their contracts t" ( : l.\Mis' IS llli: .A
it un nttmpl) to set aside: the! nece'SMty of improving men in their ofiUes and paid. them $."> Ronr.iiTs: PIKXT.; : -This factory" Is well at i :
tile liar at the month t of t the :St.; Johns: each: to vote for Witshburnandsaloon-kcep- known in this: city' hu,!' :sometime occupied 'i : :: .\' ;: (J11.'LoHIIJ.).\,
or I is it intended to oflVt the Wnycross: il iHread the third floor( of Ried's! tine bloikon Hay I ) /
? It certainly behooves: the i 1'it 111.C'lIl'1of ers: were paid( for voting their boarders; und street. This!! business:; like gait: of Messrs.Iliinu ( : : ; pernerc to new settlers, with}

Jacksonville: to inquire Into the matter before in addition. to money )beside", clothing; provisions & Co.. has grown so rapidly that they \ : l of :selection III 1'1I1'l.d' of 40

l any privelcges' are granted: for there are fie If this is: a sample of I Repnhli-, have found it necessary' to add more working ) ; I '. These lands\! arc located on
those, who would fink our city to build tipother room, and\ have consequent; I leased the ,
methods in the northwest it is about) (
can of the
the line
places. Ix-t us know all about) it. third floor of the MeConihc Black, which is : ( I to
(time to stop talking about bull-dozing und now )being fitted for their accommodation '
0 find 1 the above in the Jacksonvillellfcrzc ( up) :\ : !! JULF AND I WEST INDIA
"shot-guns. A party which will use moneycorruptly Messrs.! Roberts;,: Rent employ\ now
of the iMth. For many year past the should begin reform at tonic eighty or ninety' practical, men, but in. u or :.\:\:-, (CO.'S) : R. R.,
I business intercourse of the I two cities has )been (time this forl'l'vl I be increased tol 123 or I'U ': :
The committee report in favor of unseating l.",(0. arrived this ) 1 FERNANDINA: ) on (the .\t.
on the increase und I the t travcUias: )become so Twenty-two : morning to : {
important that u special train has Washburn and giving: the seat to lonachy )be engaged in their. employ.' There is now < : ; ( ; ).\ KEY; on the (Gulf oast,
the effect of which will\ he to lose the made! at this: factory )between 12iKand: ,
I ; :; t the cheap, con
!! .
been between Kernandina lIIlflJnl'lulIJI\/ __ to
run l.r>oUW( cigars, and I vv it I h this I number) eonstantl.y :: -
vile daily, bringing into Jm-ksonville! n very vote of Minnesota to) the Republican candidate turned out every week, they find it impossible ) : : transportation to the best
if the election should go into the Houseof to supply' the demand I for their goods.'1: .
of visitors. The distance "
large daily quota : :
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Representative, Of course t this consideration It is with pleasure' : 'e that we are enabled I
in ) : ) ,, traveled by (the Tran-
a direct line from Fcrnundinato; Jacksonville thus country
to chronicle the, business! : of these two
will make it mutter of int "
is about miles ) the u prosit ] o t. large linns and find !) : 1: 1: ,ral'('
: twenty-live ; by present : will us soon as we sufficient i
route via 1 Haldwin it sixty-live miles or miCe to both }parties in Congress" : mid (the time add to this an account of the ; (
Republicans will light hard to retain Wnshburn. other factories now III operation) in this: city I \ VARIETY: OF SOIL
f. more than double) the: direct route. Nature, I :

it is !said, abhors l u vacuum, and! travel abhors : the :Mate; a large) proportion, '
< .
UMHAL L01t1_ (: .. ;
:'! roundabout routes IRISH 1.11.11 IOIlA 7'1 o_ l adapted! to. the culture of
This distinguished: gentleman I was very I by :
t: : I A natural result: of the famine in Ireland warmly received! at Gainesville: Micanopy 1 :; ; \t/ Fnt"lTl'IlIlJtl1-arlr: \'(' '',
pro will be to increase the migration to America.Probably I I ) Ti'inlnf
und Ocala in passing through the interior !" /'!!', Compact liixHrt of

t to run by or near Jacksonville, but the .difficulty no better measure" of permanent The following sketch, by the East Florida o :! : <) worthy of CAliKFUL l'.' 1-

of Nassau Jlivcr deemedat rc'Iil'f'mtl,111C adopted, (than to facilitate (the manufacturers Lf.MitKii
f crossing was by : :
/l'llllll'l' ::
of his
rej>lyto thespceehtof' welcome :: ( }
the time too threat; an obstacle) ii'id! the immigration into this country of the population ) at Ocula, will interest! our readers : : ,\ : :' :. .

line was run so as! to head. the tide water subje-ct to such n )precarious living at He referred to his: boyhood days in Florida :: : ) NEW SETTLERS:

streams. It !has long been thought that this II 0.11I e. This will he mainly ae'complished. when, as u boy soldier, hepassed through : ;\ ) } :

was u mistake, and that the road ought to by the aid of (the very large Irish population) this country hunting the red man-thcgrcutchaiigethrit : from.. this company arc fur

have been constructed on (the direct line, already settled( in America, and who will, and said that: Markedtheeumttryonevery so far his tran'I'throIlI.II'Flol'-!! hill }ll' \ :' entire fire jKurayc on the 'Tran

I thus making u en1111Cetlnllwithl, Jacksonville from their little hoards and savings, give iota. !
I shortening the distance to Cedar Key.The help to their relatives and\ friends to cross:; nnd with better prospects'than any t that he : I nearest the land purchased.

connect ion' between Savannah and Jacksonville the ocean. The low rates of steerage passage } had visited" in the! United :-tall''''. He patri \ : :\ ': being derived by
ol t'ul11'11'01:0: of his connection with theUnited
has: always been considered unnecessarily and quick transit by the! many lines of I ( and ha
States army in Mexico und tllC't''t, the United :States: !pun' \!!e
long awl indirect one, and the ocean steamers, make it u very easy matter and said he would. again strike as: heavy .. of Florida.
: '
t Great Southern Railroad, was gotten up to to transfer lar numbers:' with little trouble blows' for his America us he did oil :; !
'' make n short line from Jesup. That not having We wish u pori Ion of (this immigration (the day when he lost his: arm at the city of : : I'\iENt'I) -: SOLICITED)
Mexico.: He feelingly; referred to the unhappy
( been carried! out, the new owners: of (the could he brought into Florida, where the war between( the North and South, ( ( 1.1>and e'literuRs mailed on

old Gulf road have projected the Wuyeross: : cost of living und the mildness of the win and said that till that related to (that deplorable } : ,l > \ '

road, saving over one hundred miles III distance ter climate would make n start easy enough event had: been with him long since, I CHAS. \\'. LEWIS; : ,
buried with the dead. That at the close 111'the '
and siv hours in (tine What, t then, I is for the industrious Irish 1lIlIlIi rllllt, The conflict\ he : Land Commissioner: ,
: felt that he no longer hail a of (;
the object) of the Wuycross ro id? Evidently; works of internal improvement' now Projected home or u country I und looking across the l'a I i !! : Reach ami Seventh Sts.:'

to save time and, to make the all-rail route and\ the constant demand for labor in water he fancied that there was something _
to the steamboat route which has would of that would interest him in Egypt: Thither ) !
preferable orange groves: open means employment
received, O. S. OAKKS
he repaired, and the Khedive ( him ,
always fully divided the travel to and from probably as many as would, come. khJlI1Finltin that this! potentate was u : :! (

I Savannah with them. The popularity of I the In the recent sanitary work at Jacksonvilleit man of progressive spirit, u warm attachment : '{ .

steamboat route I is seen in the large number was found, profitable bring l.trgelabor- sprang up between thl'lIIlI1I1 at (liegeneral's ( l :
of carried. The force from New York. :suggestion, many civilizing\ measures
passengers short by big wcrelust itutedby I (the Khedive. Among

Wuyeross, however, if run in six hours will The market gardening: which has already them were adopted t the; opera and the circus : : ; : (> .- -!'. ;;j

tend to transfer:, travel from steamboats: to begun to a"I'Ullle'l'r large proportions, and tit his: palace. The object of the opera was 1:4'. .1 -
the railroad.It is destined to beeomeune of I.the foremost industries to refine the native's und create u love of real
music among them. Rut, said, the general: UNDERTAKER)) ,
is the interest: of Jacksonville that this: of the State could give employment the natives: soon showed, their preference for

fine line of Savannah and Charleston ste-um-: to thousands: of the Irish: laboring class, who the <'In'IIIIII1111 were attracted I by American FERNANDINA.'..

ers: should be kept. up. If the direct railroad could live well on their shrplusprodtictions, beauty manhood exhibted in riding and !1tf'I'
tumbling in the ring. The general thengave on hand
t is: built from Fernandinu to Jacksonville it make for themselves comfortable surroundings some beautiful sketches of Oricntialcustoms

'places the two routes on more equal Jterms. and attain cennpetcncc in u few )'('a:4. und toM how fast Egypt: was!! progressing i c RURIAh CASKS: : ...

t Passengers can leave Jacksonville! by rail 'fhe Irish laborer looks upon three things; in the elevation mud education I of { :
her women. Agriculture, he :said, was: far WOOD)) COFFINS,
and be transferred, an hour to the steamboat the most ll'nl.ll--ldi: pig' his e-ow, und his
behind' the age, although the natives along
at this place in the evening, and with garden patch. The perennial' garden }patch the Nile hud been instructed in the art of Walnut nnd other woods.

the comfort of n good l t-tat-roollluI141- here would) supply} his: family with healthy bringing out the immense prlllhll'tllllll'lhat

served meals: be in Savannah to brcakf.ist, food(, not excepting his favorite }potato, although the land was: capable' of. rhl'Ol'l'lIlI'll: toprefer { ( *' Goods,
to follow the customs: of their fathersin :
thus giving Jacksonville the chance of both he would bo likclysoon to 1'J''fl'rtlll'( this matter. He gave us: a j.ralllllh''ril" other Emblems, Shrouds, and

lines, each having Jacksonville us its:: objective sweet potato, the turnip", and the greens, (lon of localities in the Holy 1.1111. His account Robes.

t point. It takes now about five hours: togo while the pig and the cow would grow fat of u war with the Abyssinians
and him the luxuries of mush people that bad never been eonquerco1vw4 HALM ING DONE
1 by rail to Jacksonville: from Fcrnundina ; give : : I\IIIIlIJllk.
> very interesting. Tiring finally of his stay [ : () !
it will take by direct route about one hour We have in the State many industriousand in Egypt: ) be sought:: his: resignation u year ) : () : (' for removal Safety guar-

A great deal of freight comes for Jacksonville ;: successful" Irish lil I'III C'1'-1.: Let them furnish nnd half ago, but I the Khedive preferred him ; .
to remain, which he did for six months lon : 1..0.; attended to.
by vessels' : to Fcrnandinu. This: freight : the Irish newspapers und emigration
ger.: He then left military service' desiring : mail or telegraph will receive
can, by the new road, be quickly) and cheaply committees with fair und une'olored state now the sweets I that u )private life only can '! [ .

put down in Jacksonville, thus: giving uH'lItsofthl'lr own experience us farmers: in afford. The general declared himself: u loverof that I urn opposed to high

that city the advantage of two ports instead Florida, und their opinions! of its: advantages: our government. That he had: opportunities :
to t1I1I1tllIIlI(' of nil nations, and that : H" -lIottS it HOYT'S OLD STOBK
of ono, and greater facilities in sending of us a home for their fellow-ce uutrymen. The ,
neither monaVchy,entpireordeslsdisut could !: \ SECOND STREET
and receiving freights. It would seem that cheap price of lands, the mild climate nnd compare to that of his native Amcricu-that

these new roads: were all built in aid of the accessibility uf this State, point out Floridaas \ ours: was 1.1'111tho best that the sun ever SALE.

1 interests of Jacksonville. Every: increased every way desirable! The Roman Catholic !shone on, nnd that by his oath he woulllIiWl'I1r OF AN EXECUTION IS-
to strike down mail who would ;
facility, every new steam vessel! every new Rishops in the northwest are already proclaim) himself King in any America. of the Circuit Court, Fourth

; railroad line contributes to enlarge the passenger moving cooperatian with tlwC.ltlllllle Colonisation ___ in and for the County of
-A----- ---- -- -- -- in favor of Sunburn, Hoyt
und freight business! terminating at Society, to provide homes for themin ttAitKivrr A: iTTARDWARE {.\ ': I against James Leak it Sons, I

Jacksonville. The suggestion of this: rail Omaha, Nebraska nUll [iIJl1('!on, and will offer for sale at

road stopping. the appropriations. I improvement hope, will exert his influence to j :, 'of, in Fernundina front of the said Court House of,

of the St Johns bar is: as farfetched bring a portion of this: immigration into DOORS, SASH, BI.IIluhIIN. )) : ( first Monday, in A County It'f'O.
Florida.\ .r.ril.
as it is fanciful, und will and can day of said IlU the J

have no more effect upon it than the construction Tin CIGAR UUSIXESS. and Lubricating Oil*. L : ; interest James Leak it Sons a
of the Wuyeross road, und in fact real and personal
Commencing some years since at Ke'y RED C SAFETY OIL A SPECIALTY.8mii. is : Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 und 34, in
less, for if the effect of the Wuycross road is West by the immigration of Cuban cigar 4, being in the City of Fer-

t to substitute that railroad us 11 means of titear makers, this business: bus now extended itself of Nassau, Florida, togeth
I to und from Jacksonville for passengersund .tl'lIlI1l'aW mill(, fixtures and ma
to Jacksonville nnd ulIJ'l1
u large :
very said lots, and the
water \'i.
FOR pr
freight und to do with the steam
away pro(>ortions. 'fhetluhjollll'lll\rtide from the I : &e.there..ith appertaining,

II vessels now plying to Jacksonville, the St. Jlreeze give's un interested statement e>f this MARVIN'S SAFF.S: ;, PETER CONE,

i i ft' Johns bar will perhaps. bo deemed of lessimportance business in that city : [ : : : ; Nassau! County Florida.A. .
than before,
y OCR CIO\U FACTORIES.-.\ few years since R. XOYES
r 'i Wo to nil calculated this (Price $4.50.)
I hope see enterprises city could boast of hardly half a dozen

to develop the country, open[ up its advantages 1 cigar markers It is true there were a few retail WOODEN JACKET: t SHIPPING CAN.'STOVES {
stores in the city whose proprietors, with AND SHIP CHANDLER,
facilitate iU exports. und Increase its
the assistance of probably one or two men,
population achieve a full measure of success. manufactured a iortion of the cigars for the :' -TIN WARE.;.I! DEALER IN
desire prosperity for Jacksonville, for Fer retail business but so far as a factory waseoncerned [

I'I'P for Tampa und for Gainesville, und such u thing was not thought of. Liquors, Etc.
Ne>V there are two extt'tlsluUlI several ;iJTin Rooting and fluttering by skilled'
How Jacksonville
all our growing towns. smaller factories here low -
turning out from 300- workmen, ut rate's.
run be made a way-station on u road 000 to 400,000) cigars ppe'r week, and e11lploin \'. / F. AVERY & CO.'S PLoW!.
built to reach it as: its (terminus! und objective :\\1.10 or 400 cigar makers, to say nothingof GO WEST lUv STREET,

j our comprehension.WASIIUUllX'S ( the small army of strippers ami'other attaches -
point surpasses Resides! this the prospect of u great JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. tCENTRE
and early increase in this industry in this STREET,
CASK.The : bright inde>ed. The Golden ? -tf
city are demand for cigars Sign of the Stove _
1 majority of the Committee on Elee- manufactured here is constantly em the -- -- : FERNANDINA, FLA.
tions report that over i00! cases of open increase. This i is to be attributed to the JIltM. ANNE CLAKKK,
pioel reputation these Jacksonville! goods: RITZEI'OLLEII-
I bribery have been proved before them to have acquired abroad and also the prompt :

P have been committed by \\' hb\lrn, member attention to orders and strict business integrity rpHIRD ST., RET. CENTRE ALACHUV, ,, \

t of Congress from Minnesota. Tlic'y"c''m of the manufacturers \. publish I YILLE, FLA.
I to have a Yellow IHuff Archer Precinct an account of the two principal manufactories FERNANDINA: FLA., AL
l which will be of interest to our
No. 2 in his District, us it is stated that ut readers.HiuUit. DEALER IX THE

i the town of Crookston there were but eighty Co.'s 'A'TURY.-'fhis is one eif 00 c., warranted all silk,

live legal voters, but there were :258 votes cost, the largest factories now in the city, und is
/ : : silk in the
the greater part of them being by n\n.Tt i- working over one hundred practical\ cigar Choicest Fruits and Vegetable! U. S.
makers. Me( *.rs. luau t Co., are now making -
dent railroad who were euch laid fur 150,000 cigars per week, and their ordersare t. at 50 c., 60 c. ; best 70 ct" .
for Washburn. One Democratic such that they will in about two weeks t.
voting CONFECTIONERIES: ,. ETC.Rlisa' i 14 c. ; fancy at 25 c.
I' was bought up to support Wash- add. to their workmen about forty more cigar i
makers. The of the business
growth of
I bum for |2oO, and a Democratic speaker, this tirni has been so rapid us to ho almost Harden Feeds: Flowers, Farm and Suits at $6 to $12.

who had been sjieaking for Donnelly, his remarkable Lost winter a ram thirty .by Gordon Implements. 7 tf if not satisfactory. [21.t1n



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FLORIDA' i [ l1nOH: Steamshiptth. COMMMtCtAT. IHtS'I'nl.\f.. 1.'IIIXI'WOHK : ii. j. UAKIK: ,v into.,
This tine British Steamer. IIt'
Capt. lop.
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rernantltna Market.1OKUncTFD .
SEMI-"WEEKLY.:: : commanding' ,! canio into port/ on the :'.;ta.!

.... from WF.r.Kt.Y BY WM. 1.\W11.\'. 1 U.: POND 1'nnrnir.Tou.
C'arlilWilli. :
==== -. -. ------- < ;ii New York. Shehruught 11',1 215: Pearl SI., New 1'or1i.tI .
FHUNANDINA I ) ) oVt'l'tl rargef railroad I iron to :Spirits: .:I ;? .
XI'I I'I Uosin.:. common sttaiucl.I!?l :2"t't( tl I It)
York :and,l came 1'1'1111t.I'n'!. in ballast.\: Tar.. *.\ (' in market:

... .17'1'IW.1. J JI.IIWI! sr, A. i is of il U tons !burthen. iMO) feet long, Iii foothold (' Turpentine............ ..none market.: Shop\ situated ." IlIil1l1ll'*' walk west of Depot,

built of iron llartlopool with "lIon--\:' \ I"Iand in the seed.: ? 4J} (!i i :5rernainllna MANrFVCTfRKIlS: or
iW"Wml'7'JO.l nn: J.VAV.V. lar.'e iverv JACKSONVILLE{ 1 : :, l FLO15IDA.MVXlKVVTflSKU \: ,
carrying : i's
._ i-apacity I belowsleek.. :She :
Hetatl ..1tnrltrt.cnlalL'tTln
about !six years ,.Id.\ 'On her recent/ pas-ago; .
\tl\i' hire CttnUhliol/ a Himhim; OfT "" nt the to .\PWork she! (encountered\' heavy : 1\\\ :l1I n. ('1. t11K1':, : : OK ,
Jlo..t office( tinilcr Nun rhnrije <>f Mr }II'\ : /'. H'imd weather the ; ..... 1/it1t14'I'IIt'S; :
Ja.. .'r '. through' ( who"'OYIII') and particularly /Vd/iT tnViiV..., Veitrtnlilet/ '.., titnlrn ,..d.., ear.vtuT.InLts. "
Jr., 1/( &" will( rcreire titfuerijifiintu; inlrertl.ieiiit, tilt the Hanks, but Made: the \passage : IRON: AND MUANs.\ :1 (CASTINGS, -
and oilier fnvurs( for \JtRur111(1, u-hn nl- about' as ijuick as the larger) steamships: : :
ti'niftCM f/'c/ ]>er on sail and without imsliap. :She: has been hereto Potatoes, i per \\.u"II\$1\ : .I tilt( : :?; 50 IRON: FUONTS: AND I FF.NCK8For ; :
fore engaged) ,I in Uemcrara\ trade" oarryimirum Sweet Potatoes: per II-hd.I ....... 7.">(;i, NCabbage >

lo."t-ojiC' l'on'e. :and u.ral'.lta: } !been. \'1'1'flll'tllllaft.. thus \per, hundred..............10 oofa'jo( ;: 00) Itacllinryuutl Cenuterios, latest designs.i OIuua: :: '11I.an: : : :.
far although: in her voyaw: 'before) the I h.stshe : Onions) poro.uart: 10(", I.i oo))

Office UtllI-From; .\. 1a. to 7OO: I'. u. lost all, her heal :She; has accommodation I Cow Pea, per bushel.... .......... 1 i,1)( ) :! 00 1 also have the largest assortment of MA-

Money Orders and. lIo.M-tered;: ; I Letters fr.iJI.IIOA. I fora est'thin passengers' : hut is; mainly I, Tomatoes, perorate. 0 1111t'1Ill'lli'r,l :She: will be; Turnips, per bunch..... ...... ...... (<1\ ;, order without. '
1:00 carrying till
M. to : r u I. ; ami IVnin 2nopto : a. : freight. can most any parties pay ( Under Fornuilu 111'111'11.( 1\\. Forrester.)
3W:: I'. M. Sundays from 10'W::; to 1 11:10:: .\. loaded\ bv I the enterprising\ commercial liouse, KUftT*. ing for the extra'expense of \pattern*. I
M. and :.1'W:::. to .I Ii0::: I'. M. ofI'. Lawtey, with cotton seed for the Apple*, per bushel.................. 2 00(($I :8 i w My Machine Shop i is furnished with the
I lilted Kingdom.Although : \Ilan;teas, per }hundrcil, .... ........ :3 O0((ii\ 5 no lates't i improved\ tool. which enables my
AltrtlV.ISIJ DKi'vnrniK OK Till: MUI I ; the foreign) trade, is: in its inciincncy ) Cocoanuts, eu: .h. ItI(,!, 15: workmen. t to turn out work with the greatest
Northern, Mail-Arrive* daily at 10:0()::! ) A. M. wo mav look forward: I to ittoady: i increase Lemon, per hundroil!. :'I (( > I 00 I despatch\ 1I11lnl t the lowest cash: price.Agent Pronounced\ by Orange
{Closes ;;5ii:( ) p..Southern 'I and the arrival of foreign steamers to Oranges; \per hl1hln.:1\ : 00ri) !) 4 (III) for the WATF.UTOWN: : ) :STKAMF.NU1NF. ;
J/"il-\rrin'; :3n;::; 1'. M.: this port to become a regular thins IOULTUY.Chicken : I I : { '1)., and (can furnish their F.NilNlIS ; !

Closes \IO.no(): V. u. - ( : l l011.J:1alll:: :: :e.11\: '-1111,1.Sattin': :
*grown..... ...... .. ..... :IViC/ft) 10') .
.Sf. Jlrrl'sau'' Trailer's, ll/l! J//il-; t Inferesttt/ Information. Chicken*, half-grown..... ...... ... 1Ift\)( \ -.; verv :shortest notice. Itrst .Haauro lot the Orango !>. < 4
.Arrive Tuesdays: and I'riuay'.at :2:.'>o p. u I. .11wtII'1). .-,IN'S( )) : CF.LFdlUATKDSTHAM(50V11UNOUS : :\ : : : I
\\ subjoin reports\, just received from, several Duck, grown per pair....... ..... I OOCO( ; 1 -5Mirg
{rinse..:< Mondays and'l'huisdays, at S:00: ) A. M 1. Ii 'alities ; )*, \per ,do/en, ..... ...... ...... ..... -o'i) ; ", 5 (; :: : ) :: and K II'L1iTI'.UI:; ; : : '
..t. Miiru'n, >!n., iAnivc along the Transit! Railroad: : I : 1 hand I and sold.
( icoso, (' .,I(!u i, 1 OOiiiineai 1'11\11'-IIp\,1: \ constantly on : I II'OltItl:4'l'IIt'S
Mondays and I Thnr-d.iys, : at x:1).t; al I. giving (the area 1 planted in vegetable ;and! ( .:;' I at Manufacturers': : : pric's, freight added.\ -

Tuesdays\ :<. and Friday at 2.0:!::: r. >I. {Orange) t tries: : Turkeys, each.,. 1 00(jj 1 l_:; \For further Information, Price \List, Catalogues
Wcdn'sdaysandSatMays, : \ at !Ji.oo; A.'ses I. There ." etc.. address I I'. 1 U.: POND) ,
are about >D acres" planted in curlysegtlallcs lii-Ti nr-iw'\ Mr.vrs.P.ccf .
( : Tuesday' *, Wednesdays!I. 1'. O.) \Iloo5.. :: Jacksonville, Fla.
Friday i, and :Saturday' at 20::: p. >1. : in the immediate' neighboihood Tennessee. 10'h/\ I ISIleef -- .. -

8A11'l.'I': 1MDDHLL.: !\; 1'. )l. I in of this llroiisuti. More alll'lItioll'l'11... to cotton : Florida ,-,(.). lit ii. r.. OTTIKIIC: : : <'o.iuiiyri': )1.\-
region, than vegetables. {Crops' are
Mutton 10)!(!i. 1 IS MJICIS: ,
Ill a nourishing condition.Col. Pork. f-ii\ 10Sauage
LOCAL J HEFLECTIOX Hiipman.' \, at Lawtcy, report: there are '
I 15:
:set out in the groves' that: place: !MJO eight ]1"
old ",.ol'lt, I-KID:;:) nc.AX .
trees I ) old
The Kagre year ; M.niK Myear: trees ; 10.-
the famous nun) fiiur year old trees ; I li(>IIHI,
Formerly Mlnirk, of the I'nited I trees. There) are about 1:>011) acre of newly {'IIrll, per' t.1I-hl'l.................. .... bI1 I) 1 u1) I.' iuC Groccricw
:States: !service" is: t now in port :She i is under (''\\.II't'llan'\\. All the improvement: denote flour, \per barrel.. ...... ............ ... H 5nj! U IH) family

the (command: I Li"IIIt'IIl1It.hll': ". thiift and show that our settlers intend to 11:1\: \per lOll) ll's: ............ ........... i'-'('') 'IH.I)
-. remain in Florida. Many of our :.southernfarmer I Illminy. per barrel..... ............ (rtl!) .1 7.; AXt Prepared: on scientific principle\ to produce

The Weather : are putting in i more cotton and corn Oats, li'r hl\\ llel............ ...... ..... (,i) xoIr : ; ) PUO I VISIONS.I I
: :
Since the rain of ( I I than ever before' and' fcelronlldpiitof: Mieecsx (:. per tOI1...... ...... .......... ........ (, 10 (III) a large yield per acre
Monday the weather '
has I ( 01. Shipman, : thinks the country more \prosperous 1 lee. \per, Jtll) \Ihs, ...... ...... ............ (I!u. 75
been delightful in our Island dl}' ; p'IIIII'a..l- I than ever I before.

crly breeze" no dust, and a bright sun, ha\e Archer The :acreage is l planted: in vegetable in near I OItI> \A\4'i::. Customers: can rely upon\ getting {CIUHCF.(; : 1
estimated atl,1 Hit acres cucumbers .
made driving and walkingdcliglltful.Laltrs' .
hits acres in l'l'allIlIn'rt.:< in tomatoes, > IT OKDAINIM: > 11Y TIM': COMMON( ) ) .\ DKVI.KUS
I 10 [: : t i.x'
llI' (iOODS; ) )\
:auto,( acres in watermelons. Crops two ('on11rll'lf the {City of Fernandina: : : asNOTHING:

Fair.I I weeks: eailier than last !season:< and l verypromising. :-:':(. I. That for the purpose of defraying;
The ladies of Old) Town are holding" ; a fair I i the expenses of the City Oou-rnmcnti thefollowing P1MMH: : AdUICULTUUAL( : I! CHKMKJALSSULI'HATK : I<
at the :shop reeeuly oei-upied\ ,l l Jy fir i ) MeIveiizio i A ('III'I'l' l'ollh'lItTill':4' ( from Cainl''iII1'1; ; appropriations' are hl'dy, utauell'ull ,
that he is nf the opiniti11lint (' I ) ; the rullcttionf t (taxes li'l'lht''UI' I 17!)::
at the foot Center{ The '
street. :"nit; ) acres plaiiteil: ,l in scgetablactvitIuin a !ratlins For :sanitary purposes...:*::_',ooo) no) : : AMMONIA ,

ohjeut' the Fair is to raise funds for talc I of three" miles nf (Gainesville, the truck: For ,City ulcers !salaries: ............... l.sjoooOllicc \ ) are kept\ in_duel! )

t'rt'rtiun'lfa' church in ( )TowlI.'t' trust t from which will he flipped from I this depot' { rent, stationery :and (fuel. KiOK( ) XlTlTI1011.: / .\, I t

the ladies, will ho successful( in their enterpricnnd if :seasons: continue 1lol'ablu.I"lIIt: For cost "I'1011'I'd lamps\ material I I 11ONl'IIl:1': : iioi'sr,
half( this i is in tomatoes, one quarter( ('11111'1 for lighting the same. loooo) ,
\ he well \patroni/od. I in beans and ('l1l'UIII"I'I'Tlllllalo:4: < yield .Allowances: I for unu| id taxes..... ..... 5oo"( 00) I ] ) Y MIIS.( : IJUFFINIJTON\; : :SUPKU: : I'lluNl'11.1'1'I.1111: :,

The I'airwill clo.cthisevuiing.lean about :>oO bushels per acre ; cucumbers loi) Incidental exjienses\ :< : including legal I 1
'Cottxr.uor. : PINK I .\XII 1.'olt-4: \'Sntnvrs: : ,
to :"iHi bushels( por acre, according to land di-bursemcnt 5tiNlFor ;
(' ) }/ \"IJIllIIlfI t IIIIIS. and "cultivation.: There U nlllHlt.1O( acres in roads, and bridges I ,'!oo oo :SULPHATK. : (OF POTASH, ,
melons] ; the yield will be train\ t NK I ) to 1,000 I ,llIc'"on\'II., Tin.
The following persons: were I numinateil by
melons to the acre.Iarpatist *,'),1":1): / I'BE
the Republicans of this city for vatsotlhrcrs : (. :l!. Pe it further ordained That I for' TKUMS: : : :' ((11.; :;>>0 AND J .Co PKU DAY, NITKATF: ; ) POTASH. y

(a'IJI'I{ I Haley.Clerk ( ISartialnti lit the City the payment' III'! the aforesaid! propriations| >
{ aud'1'rt'tsurer-11'n.. : ) F.' Wood lr. .Mart. thesumofoiiepercoiit.be! levied and (collected According, to 1 location' of \Uooms.S : ; :MUIHATIJ! : ; OF POTASH: ,

Marshal: and ( '..I1.tOI'-TIII'II1'( Duliirz.Assessor ) ;: rand< (learing: out hale for the next thirty upon' the assessed valuation of the '

-. -. Ivldeii.Couneilmeii days. All the entire g'OIIlI""IIW on hand: at taxable: \itropetly'lf' \, ( this city" and one-half r iii: ; WKLI\" KNOWN HOUSK::; : I IS: ((1'Ntrullyloruteunail : :SULPHATK\ ; MAONKSIA: :: ,

-Paul Francis, II. J 1'. (1 iI.\lp-\ ay immense !sacrifice, on account of retiring leiwstof: tic! aforesaid: tax 'or levy shall hepayable l having been renovated

ton Daniel !IJa.\ter, Uav' I"...1.11I.Hlllllaill. from business.\ M. 1 DOVVXKY.Feh. in currency of the l I'liitcd: ;" :Statesiovenrment. throughout will be kept as 1I1 tii 1>class SULPHATi: OF) SODA.; >

{Crihb, F.C.Suhrer.Ioha:: 1. ( 'la .Tho'l.) ,, \ 'II. ( i house. The, Proprietress\, having:\ had experience -
:SKC.: : .'5. Thc Collector of Taxes (for (this 4
.tI.\1 Some More city both North 1111"'Iolllh./ will span sea.it.u, foreround ltont
Mann ,.s...(.,.... Of tlios:< nice French liroadcloth; nail i is1 ordered" I to receive (when tendered' \ in )payment ':, : no pains, for the comfort of her \patrons, in

Our harhor" \presents a gratifying spectacle.The : : Tweed, Coats still on hand, and will bo sold of the above tax ) any outstanding" I. making; the house home-liUe us any in tin
scrip or warrants upon tin: Treasury the .jl'" .".'j.lfcaa. !
.. ; docks and wharves are filled\ with vessels : I out much below cost, by city, for one half the amount of tax due or -- our) circulars" give full \particulars, : and\ are

amPmany are anchored out. Within | net( IS )h. t io> wny.: \payable, by :any person so tendering payments .\ :\ rcu\i n, mailed, free to all applicants.\ Till'will Interest

au hour or MI on Friday morningthc of tax but no bonds or coupons( upon ,. you il'you are interested in Agriculture b
('Irwr \SI'IX.llI't'h 5, ISso.Projiosals .
( 'ilrf/ ,! llf'uljrtitii; { //iiMand: /-' ","" /F/.1/if"1 are invited for the :scavenger 1 bond., or coupons( detached. !. from :any bonds J > AKIUS I :: :: AND t, CONFKCTIONKUS; : : :: -.. or.-Orange Culture... 1 Ifl-Cnn. -
that hahl'rl'I..IiJ't.' been' is.ued shall be received ) 1
ed l at tat'depot\ whIrl, The Hags:: on all the work of the (City of Fcrnandina for twelvemonths in payment\, of :any tax. 1'lIoWI': Till,: I'l.OICBDArMOWX
commencing' 1oi-)II.1 .
\I'l'ill-t ;
vessels tcilf-nia-t. in :See: 1. The Collector !shall to the
; were flying at : t ( proceed
Also bids I for removing night soil! for' thepace
HUortci' of the ueath! of (Captain ,: 1111"1'-1 of months from collection of taxes: under this ordinance on C Loccrlen, ('JIII''''. mid 'I'ohnc''o""" ,
seven) I-t. IMI'UOVMMKNT: : ; COMPANYIVrnaiMliaa
oft ho hark: Tlu-rtiui, who (tli.t"I'\ I. llonds will 1 be for faithful: April' *_', ISM), at which. time the taxes loviedas l
required performance -
: \
tion, in t the I .ixt).-tltrl year: of hi;* aI', His I of the work. : aforesaid:ail be dm1, and. !shall eauo' a '1'01XII: 1 1 FANCY AUTICLIXWeddings :; (

inner.! ti': ok place!. yesterday:< : morning) from I, T. !KYKD: President.: notice of :such collection of( taxes to be published -
the : Church. in some : ': of I the city ion : and Picnics
Hpisoopal I H.: I O.) FUIKNP. 'lerk.Ilofet( newspaper\ \ !, ICntertaiuments : ,
I duypriurto.lprtl2\ : l /' sn.SKC. furnished at the shortest: notice, all'lll'k-Iool- ,
Church Services To-Morroiv. t : : 5. lie it further ordained That all tom prices, at
Dr. J. 1 11. at Arrivals.1'iiMo.sr collection taxes for city purposes\, is suspended .UnEL'/'II\I\I-I\: / : :: : ', '1'0"11"1 oil It. It. Liar,
I'KKsiiYTintixRov.: Myers,
: ; [ lloTri..-.\ W White and will', \ until April\ :2, ISM). ( 'litre I i :Street: 1 t
i1 1 o'clock a. in., :and 7II::! p. in. 11i.4111'hite. Cleveland! 1 Ohio ; A W Limb. I BEt:'
hrllol.I"'I'-I\.J.: Atkins: I i s II 11 'o'clocki. Hannibal! : Mo ; I U t' Martin, Maryland ; I'; I ln'1 ire.lpril2.: IS.M. ), furnish (to the Treasurer:< _

: : III., ;and 7:.">D 1''. m. Tftomas, ; and wife, J 31 Ii iour: wife and !son, of the city a list of all persons who have: .tN OIClU'CI': : ;

1t.,)I.XTIIIII.I'J! Rev.:' J!. 0'P.oylc, at Uichmomond: ; Mrs It J D Fletcher, Mr* F 1Ii 1 1\! paid tax for the year H7i, which list :shall ( AMHND: Tin l:: FIRH: : ORDINANCE:

t l1)1)::; ) a. in., and I 7M::: \p. la. II-I in'. Ma-tcrs: lid: and .\ Justive: Penn- contain the names: of such! persons: a description J_ He it iirtliiiiifil./; That form and 4)Iritslit{ Lessees anil 1 I'iirchicrs ft large i ,
svlvania ; C !K: Dutton. Live Oak, tin: ; R 0! of the property on which such person t.
1-:1'1-I.'ol'\I-Il'\: : : U. I 1'. Tliackaru, at 11 alter the passage 'lfhis/ ordinance: that
o'clock ulII-1 '!.) m. (Cook, Pennsylvania: ; 1 FC (Cerinany: :Savannah : Ija \paid, tax, the amount and\ character owners(' wooden! buildings \\lll.illlbl'lirc. number of the most eligible and desirableIotM
a. III., : p.
u ; Sidney {Clementson. Mrs I Henry Clem- of !scrip\' received! I from such person: inpayment .
On Ka ; at :\lhlIad''IIIII'I'h: I ( limits bo I I permitted 1 to repair' their. buildingswith 1 : suitable for Ilusiness) Purposes, ur for
: I and weather 11I1I1I'dinI'I'i
in this Cite, the niiisic will he under the! sie. N Y ; Hiiiton I R: Helper, lrunwick! ; 1 J11 H; money received from such person: in "I'I I ded that shingles such repairs do not increase I \ the- City or Suburban: Residences: ,
:skillful direction of )Ir. .\. Fa.k.tt.t them Kearii, Philadelphia: ; It S :Stickinan: : U ment'lf tax, and the Treasurer of the city
'>rnin'j; service will he given : K!irif, Ul' riu/ 'I 11 1 :Stetson: steamship lY/.i/." "r Aimtiu l ; O J I I hereby ordered, to set apart one-third, risk of .
ordinances or I'al'ti..f ordinances eonllicting (UPON! I'MITI'IDII.: : .
At/tir: D,'; 1/":;'ir'r. 1I)1L) +:v, f'W<> Crrtuti. SmithVorceter, Mass; ; Ji,,hiiit1'ils1)n, all money( and scrip heretofore) paid in I for I. herewith are repealed.P.issed \.

livening : Musical:< 1'rsper. Ualtimore ; II Hall', :St h l'alll.1; !H: llrown said tax of 17!), which money and !scrip so' I : second rcuhing'25th January. IMMi.Approved / ) .

Mrs 1 J H: IJrown, \Ii.." 111'1IWII, {C M f Ilrovvn set III'UI.tlaall: be refunded' upon proper81)pliatiun \, )- and adopted' February 1 1H. IX.M I Liberal Discounts) on Values allowed! toparties .

The Sitonye Crop. and I servallt.ltlunLi. : : ; J lirown.\ ; Canton, to t the persons, respectively: \ who T. 1\ \I] )Hi} ), engaged in manufacturing or Industrial

Florida\ not y'lly' excel* in raising; plants! ('ill ; J I Meares, :\'t.YlIl'k ; W P I'h-ming, \paid, the salute in. :2U-'Xd.; :; ) President' i of 1 (Council.ANNAIJ !.
I thl'IIiJ Charleston ; Rev, J W Thrayer, Hurlington, :SKC.: 7. lie it further 1II'IIailll'I'I'lwt\ the I --..--- '-- -- enterprise! who will erect on the
dependent\ on the air and phrits ill Vt ; John. llarlc-ton: South ( 'ir1)lina.Inlet: ordinance adopted l-'i bruary IS, I l.sso, "regu; \ C'OI.I.l-Ca:: : substantial '
hut carries: : on extensive submarine< plantations inner, RM: :S' ; .\lIt'lIl1ullll.tllilllllrl'; I ouisP.ucki hating; the rate of I percentage' to be' collectedon I erly purchased 111'111'f f

which, form the productive interests of : New York ; John Lynch, Maine; XIi city taxes for the year ISjH.! and making i "li (OR YOUXtJ; LA }DIMS, I for residence, or in which to conduct
Mime: (portions: of our :State.' Of the extent ( i 1:111:111.: : SnareUlulf: : ) ; Ja :S Fay.' Miss! :S II appropriations therundcr." and all ordinances !i I business. i
Fav. )1t":1"'III-.tI-I: : ; A tI i \I"tutu and wife, or parts ordinances in conllict with
and I value of this indu-try our readers can Louisville; ,', Kv ; Fayotte llrown MrandMrsi ( this ordinance, arc hcrcbv repealed.Adopted "I INDUCHMHNTS) ; :: TO( M'ANUFACTl'R-(

in part judge!;\ by the i following; : al 1'11I1'11 t (Ii i I K; I ), h: York ; J 11 Jilbcrt, :Savannah March 17,1"liso.;
fr'.III"r Key"e>torrc"\pondcnt, : : M W Uarrett: and wife, Miss May 15ar- KYIUi, I. .\ Thorough' iiigli: ; >,li INIucation.Sjiccial : J-I/'I.: :/ { by exemption for a !term of years from ,

KtWt"T.. )March:'). rett, Master Jinimie l.irrett.! MrsRH( Iarey l _JMt:!: l'rvsidettofIiatitch I.T. taxation, ollVrcd by thc several I eitlerai11dtOwtl9 I

Still\ no rain. Over *:*),.ISHI worth ofspirifie hiss Lincoln Alm.i 111.: Ln-ev, Miss Floicnee Turner, MiA.iiATio.v.: I advantages.. ;; I'Alxri.Noaiid DitvwIXH ) Apply\ to r

was sold at auction this week : only Moicand! FKKMU.
tthoiit one-third of the vessels |III. M. ney\ .W.IK/.V/i MAYOIW( OrniK.: I For Circulars, address, j2i'Olicc/ cor. Rent h tt: 7th fct.s., Fernandina.UMf .

is generally easier than it has hecn for two I'MtxAMJixt: \., March :2, 10.Notice I UKV. J. JI. MYKUS.Fernandiita:(:: '
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years in consequence o.\celk-nt results of Iii,.1 of rernanillna.IIH.II is I hereby given to the ifiialilicdvoters : ... _. Fla. -
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recent :-IHlIgU ti>hiii4. /Over Wl, vessels! are w.nu.oiUIIla : of the citytit' lYnmndina that thin $.ti- T It YAW. "6-;
11:1,1; ; in the ImMiiess fir this market. Annual Election: for olliccr! of said ( 'it.will 'OIlIX; UltOTItIRS'1'OI'(1I11t : ..
!Itt i
: \', March ::;th.M: \ !N. : p. !M.
The e.trgo..t'one, alter u siC we.'kV trip "wild be 111.\111111\ Monday the Fifth of
MoruLiy, .h..lUuS: .%. !u. 'lit:.::: p. !M. day '\J.ril.
this vvivk for $:!.Itjl. Tuesday, :8ath..10i2-: > \ ): \. M. Ih2.'i: v. !M. HMJ" ) ut the City Council Kooms, on ( LOHMANN'fHj t
street between the hour of *' A. M. and I J .
Qorprrla' 1011:1&, OJ 'o"UIIl. KXTEHl'li.: sunset on said I day. And thc followingolHccrs :]1) UV JOOD.S; ) ) STOUK: :, .
This distinguished\! gentleman arrived in March 21: J. :'. ;S.; lily f ..1",1itCH'II": chosen! of by u the vote city of will then und of the there lie 41 AN!' 13: B\Y nUKKt, -1',1 MOUHl'repurcd --
u majority votes
ourcity'l11 Thursday! i ill !his >pi-cal: ('u. J Ieacconipaiiie New York. I'loiir.
; March :!), Scla..Sj'u: <,'. /:&'"''*, ;hylvanu; *. given ut aid 1 election ; vi/:.: :
Jacksonville I'lorlila.
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and several members of Ids family, and N New York. Hight: .AUiKKNft.V -
March 2): S.Xitl.:: ., IIelop, Nework.March .
upon u trip of IJ"'I'\'alillll Mini pejsurf.! Heexpresses :.:. Sch. /.11.. ,,;> II' J''owm. < 'uttent One(One CITY CITY CI.EUK MUWII and vLand TKEAHIH TAX" eUI.urr.JR.: ONLY FIVK; CKNTS; J'KK:: : (POUND.

with Florida! J Philadelphia.i : OIWEH) 4 J'WHfI"J'I4Y'rnXIHU; ; TO.
lunisclf much} plca.-ed I ,, Pciidleton (One .\*, March( :25, :Sch.' 1// I'.11.t. --- --- ---- --- ----"-
4' :and anticipates u bright future fur our | onuular (Jiven under my hand! and seal of the city .
and, !oviul-tropica! State. j GovernorHrown ; Now Y"rk. the ::2d day of Man'h. I IHMI.NO I AKTIIIIU ( I <) HI>,

is largely intiTe-U-.J, 1 in the Atlantit- IKVUI.II.: : ( U.MAN: UUOWNSON: Mayor( tilt AT OLD( P. O. IJUILDIXJ.(
: Sch.' (; -//. :Sanlii-r.: lUrb.id.ieH.March ..
Man-h( 23, : II,1'e"'h'm', :Uailnuid ruaniug; between TfitsER JH-UXO, City Murhal.Marth ;. pvKNTIST,
< .". J"llItf. Vogel.i'harhrton.TTMHIlt
'allta und Chattunooga: and has always \t-I' ::0. I-'tr ; 3-tf. I II ,,'. 1,. JI.\I''' % I GJ I''',
.1 highs for hi. a-g-.K-ity I Fourth St., bet. ( ('litre und Alachua,
very reputation AuK.sr
:: ;.'I'.
; \ laU":1I1:
and At- ) :
uu-ineforesight.. 1'laeI'e.arnn
;.'antic K's.vH's look; that nud when !it wasarely IETROI'L1'.1111111:1 I H tf FKUXANDINA: FLA.MASONIC. MlloLMVl.t! : ACI KETilt

paying exptniand, I by their' h-u, ... Speurrr lions. \U0(1)IH( I IIUTCHHR'AND: STCM-'K( DKALKR; :: ,
a;:mast| tn' pay the ateof Georgia. $'JoiVi1'. :o'r' I.\ln".t. 4.1:1.\; (Opposite the l'o.t Office,) .-There will l lie u regular com JJ *NOn..nlt'r { ,
of Amelia odge.l No. 47
I ,
:(IT mad year! in tor jrinkl,twvutv-ihe order; tldN stars: : ,. pix and jt-rccut.restorelie J. W. TUOMI-OV of ho Kt-a.arI'; Ihll.-, I l.II.. HOI5JUK, PKOIKIKTOK.PUlVATi 2. .F. iV .\. )1 I., on Muuilay evening, IVbruury2'Jd In !<'<'.
'ijnii Jive milli'i'is Ill'ilnliars! and was U ('al'. White Mountain*, l'r'gtrir4ar.Tteu..itnt : : AX) TH.\X nXT: HOARU1tJtotxu : ut 7J Ia('tas'k\,, idiarp. Transient brethren TKNNKSS: KK; ; 11K: K: F A Hl'Cl.-\l'r\;
tluy. I.iht'rulterwl are fraU-nially ill\"lh. to attend.
.1h'lol.. \ ]s'r
sal the .
bv their bargain; skillful. for the :State:, while have made it made to tln s e di,,iring l"Alrol l .by the UeiiMiNMttK.: No piiiin *|,areil 1 t'l \\'. F. SCOTT.; W. M.JOHM .. ItUiMjM: $urt.'T'uu.r.: ,

;,: "U'tabUto tlienj-elv.ntaiiagfiiient.;"". week. U if suit cu-tomcn. 17-'m : .WiiiTxer, Hct-retary. 1 19-lf FKRXANDIN'A.: 1.'T1IL 1.\.




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,' .IU-KHOXVIM.E, FI.A., March tn.! INTO.
) ? )ut and after this date Trains! on this Iloud
\ fi l':': j i ( I'adlrlllclt\ / ,) PASSENGER.:; : (Ex< irr I.N"\\'.) '1'IllI'I.il.nodSEMI-7'IO1'I.tL: i'Itl'1'1"I'RIES.IlOSIS.I)1'll: : : : )-

AXDCUMHERLAXD (' \' Jacksonville }HfI.\II.:::( : ,
.. AI J:1: 1 I ( ; ROUTE.::. \' Haldwin !UIII::{ ( A. M. rorsumi IVII: : (; KII.smtriisiimi: : ri.otvi'iKiM": PI.AXTN.
I I41 j (' \'l! Ijike (City .llr.'KJ:::: A. at. !
f"'r" d '" In K/cct;/ J-lbrvary tart, lSSO.IODm Live Oak. |i:1Nv.:( ) M. .--
N EWr.Cbf: n,) at Suvunnul... .::15 I'. :M.

l :;jl : ( 'Ol"TIf. "' Savannah ?1':1"I.:< NEW vxr. (t'IIOII'I'1IETIJ.H( I: : : ItudtltMl Online '!>('t.!' MADE 1: .\ SPECIALTYSend 1 .' .
Llrctlallta (; ) (' ve Live Oak !} .
.. a i-M: } i>. ai I. ,
IIas been In tint J.J.ij.fif, '/1 ',,'.",f. ,:.. Leave flacon, (!a. .. I ve lake (City ........ ;5:141:( p. :u. t
> cuna :' ", .' ,' Leave lirnns\\ick) (Ga/ (;.I ) Haldwin 7i.:( ) i'. lIl.rrivl' -r

usn by the public :'i 1 I, Arrive! Fernandina, .I ) at Jacksonille H:0.:(i > r..I. ,' -
: S't ?: for Descriptive Catalogue. .
I Leave Fernandina. ).:!
I ror over twenty yarn ':iJft.! .: A Arrive Haldwin, .: I.II.NU EXPRESS: ; : (Dm.Y.) .VMII.IM: I. UIIMVIIM.: ,i .

Hn.111I l thn beet t .(L-K.' i'.J Leave Haldwin, for Jacksonville/:... ) .' Jacksonville. /tiIO::{< I'. :M. 1 tf JA<'KS jirrrunillon :: _f:""" (' White House.........,,,........ (;jI.:i i) I'. M. '
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Arrive Jacksonville! (Cum. Route).. )
\1. lluldwin .,. ic ever IntiMited for KKSTOK1N : I ; I' M.
: 'rho I Leave Haldwin! for Cedar Key...." Darhyville. 72: I'. )I.
U UUAV IIAIII 1O ITYOUTHFUL :1 I I Stato Arrive Waldo (Junction 1'. R. R) .. U Sanderson! xoi: I'. M. SAN BO UN & IIOYT5F'ONI :

Assayer L'avcVuI410.. .I. l cavc I Olustee. XHJ: : I'. M. i
cum AND Arrive Gainesville' \' \Jt. (Carrie' !IJOJ: ):{ I'. lIl.rrh'c I
\LIF and Leave Gainesville! .: ) Iiiike City. 11:0):: I'. M. ) STREET.:: NEAR (CENTRE:, .

-- Cllmlst Arrive Cellar Key.....,v. !).: (' \ Live 2:15: A. 'I. i
f It mipplIcH tho iittturnl cf Mass Trains to Jacksonville und North rrl'I! Tallahassee. 7IH: A. M. Wllol.r'4AUXI'; H :r.\JI.

food and color lo tin hair I i win daily. !\'(! Alhany. .10:15: ) A. M. Gi
end aoixo NORTH \' :Savannah; .................,..,.... !9:111).1.I: )i 1. s 1I I- l'Ii.INDLEIS.'
I glands without ouiiiiliig tine I leadinrr Leave Cedar . ) V(. Savannah .1:0!::!< I'. M. t

kin. It will Ir.crfncf and I Ph 1ySl: Arrive iamcsville................"".., Albany., .,. 1.00: ) I'. M. AXit IIKM.KUS: I ix j
I tlilcKi'ii the growth of flio Leave (Gainesville/ H..r I ve Tullal ass'c !.1:15: r. M.
C1a1:3 I 111.\.1| I ('ORN. | I OATS. I |ItltlC'K. | |II.nn.1: | |I.\'C .I
hair, prevent its blanching, Arrive Waldo (I' R. R. June.). (' Live :12:15: .\. :1(

aiul tailing: off nnd titan ii CldOl'SC Leave \\' .! ) Luke City .;. :i.r: >0 .t. M. .
and Arrive Haldwin. (' Mt. Carrie. 4:18: A. '. ---
v I, rccnn- Leave Jacksonville (Cut,. Route)..! i '' \1. Olush'e Sanderson! 4:40. : A. 'I. A LARGE( : STOCK (OF FURNITURE' : : : .\ ALWAYS:: :\' IIAXD.21'Jlv .
X ( iO.\::! :M.
mend it Arrive Baldwin. \' Darhyville. iJ ;.) .
It cures' ItcliInc, l rllJ1- : ) \ :M. !
dons and Dniulriiir. As., as a. Leave Baldwin. \' Haldwin\ ............................ (II: 10.\.1\1.
Arrive Fernandina..... White ( -- -- .. _. .
HAIR I ; ( \ Ilonsc: 7:05: A. M. -- ---- -- ------ ----- ---- -- --- -- -------- ----

DKKhSINOItlHvcrydeolrnlilc : Leave Fernandina........"............. \' Jacksonville! 7:;>(1l.\I M.On I
I giving the hulr a I triumph Leave Winter KCHNOII!' 1H7O and IMSO. C'IIUU.l-S'I'OX.: SA VA \ \.\ n
Hruns\\ick .
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Mail and Express: Train :Sleeping' Pars
ulllu-ii ulladmire. I. Leave Macon. H. AND\ FLORIDA) :
In lfCdi- through: to and from Jacksonville und
,. It keeps the fiend Arrive Atlanta, (ia. l.i \' ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars run CJEOltlllA1I FLORIDA!: STEAM; I !PACKET: CO.MPAXY.
i{ clean, 8WI"C.t und healthy. Trains to Cedar Key and :South
to and from Juck omille and
-_ l I. win daily except( :Sunday.1'ENINSULAU '. IN V\\ /"IXTER

j' ,... '(::1.I-: RAILROAD, 1'm NASIHX.\ EXPRESS: : : ) : SCHEDULE; r .
.z>. ( ll'rtMi Jlrancli. (Dvu.Y.) The new ]Iron Palace !steamer l
_-..-,. ... /1 \ )
4::4S" -' > : t t'.7 f a-- CI01XU SOUTH. (' \'c Jacksonville.11:15: A. J\(. Taking Kfftrl; Tiifxtny, December ;!.1, JS7'J. m ST. .IOIIXS.
it ...- \' Halduin. :.'! p. +I.
i-,4-j..r :.j, _,..' '' : (j',1&>. H L'lIvcVIIMo Junction......."....... Fernandina...,.......,.....,.... 5:40:I: r. )t.
,. .. ,"' 'l.i'yc( S ; Leave Hawthorne. .................... SEASICKNESS: SS/ No OCEAN DANGERSTIIK ::;
\1. Fernandina............ ..........100::!<<' A. )I.
1 \ l'Ii,HArfs: Arrive Lochloosu. Baldwin... 1:110::! p. lIl.rrh'c .
l 'I' C {\ Dyj IO1XU NORTH. Jacksonville 2:35:: ) I'. M.Passengers ,
U Li
", FOR THE Leave L I/ichloosu) .( )
Leave Hawthorne. for Fernandina and Cedar Key:
7 WHISKERSwill Arrive Waldo Junction. this train. No train from Haldwin t'clllr ) .

, f rhniiKfe tlio bran to n KKOVt'N or Trains from Waldo Lochloosu und Key on Sunday.CONNErr10NsAt ( '.\I"!'. LEO VOGEL. t.

BLACK dlnrretlon. In one und Baldwin with A., ( !I. A
at Uelntf: Tuesday, Thursday Saturday.COXXECTIOXS. .
I Will leave Fernandina Jacksonville I'a-
'. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville ,
preparation it U vastly applied, andproducl'Il latka and illh-rllll'cliall.lallllill s on St. Johns '
Fernandina, and nil }points North and !STK Itn/4
color that will ATMNTA. 'c t at Lake River, and Savannah, and Charleston as follows ,. ,
a permanent ; City for Tallahassee, Albany, 'l'ITOF HR IDG ETON,"
Close connection' I is 'made at .\ and all : :.
not wash oft" \ points North and! West! ; e.'alit..IihtN FlTZCiKKVLI: ,
From and
Fernandina for Jacksonville
to and from all points North, East: "' Jacksonville with St. Johns! !River Steam !
I.UJo.AJUn: IIV Northwest daily j. s. MCELROY: "DAVID CLARK" Palatka, Wednesday.. March ::1!, 10:30::: u.

R, P. HALL & CO. NASHUA N. H. AT MICON, Cl\., '. M. ]).\VlllSO Master '!'ral1!< 'n.tiuperiutendent l'uplaillIW, "" 10), 17, 10) \. M.
Sold by all Dealers: In Medicine. With Trains for Enfuula: After having undergone extensive repairs' 24 .4 t. vi.
Montgomery, Mobile! and New are now in Fl1t T.CL.OIWEl:::\ ) : in every From Fernandina for IIV711llIIh; and ('harI ;, ; '
MAItY'N RIVER I-\IU: 111111 l
ileimrtntent, will perform the i iOXLY
JACKSONVILLE, PEXSACOLA: AXD AT FEUXANDINA FLA., ... I leston Friday, March 5, 4:30::\ ) I'. M.
J : RAILROAD. With New York{ and Ftrnundina 1 1:1111IWrTI':: : : SERVICE: | Monday, S, S A. M. '

MASTER. : TU.\NIII'OItTATIOoI'14 OFKICK, I ITAM.AHASSEK ship' Line from New York on \\' f1S1 ;' I )between Savannah and Florida! connecting I I I Friday, 12, 10:30:: A. M.
t' : FI.A. February 3, IHhU. jOn 10.30 it. in., and for New York on ; : J.52? ) at :Savannah: with the llrst-class:. :Steamships; :< I[ Monday, "" 1", 12:30: :: p. M.: 1'

und after Monday, February 2, 18 HO, :3.401'. m.; from Nassau! N. P., on .- ..... \ .- of the Ocean Steamship:. Co. for Xew York. Friday, 11.! :3 I'. M.
trains of this road will run as fol clafjlr; Nassau, 1'.1'.1111'l'dnesllay. also with Philadelphia: Hultimorc and' Hos-: Monday. :22: 7 I'. u I. v
t lusselll1l'r With Georgia und Florida Inland 1m STEAMER FLORA, ton Steamers. e Friday) :2 1i :
1' Monday, :2!) I 1.1'4.:
boat(.<). from Savannah Tuesday, (!OIM HOl'TII. ,
"AS I'Kmll: : TRA1X-EAST HOUXD. day, Friday and Sunday ; fur Ha\' (.'.\I"!'. JOHN mil/1.tlmyiN, l>,md Clork Close connection made,, with steamers forMcllonville
Leave Chattahoochce... .... .
daily at. 200 I' M. and Elltl'rprhlIbn with steum-
Tuesday! Friday and ::;ulldaWitli \'. I.'aveSavannulm..llonday.llernuun/ ;fhar.-! j:
Leave Quincy... ;$ :i r. M. Charleston Steamers:: (St. / WILL RUN ON '1'111''iT.: / MARY'S R1V- day Afternoon. I I ers for, I Ocklawaha) River ; also! at Savannah }
Leave Tullahassee I ..,.....,.... (5 i W 1 with
I' sr.t City I'olut) from Savannah and (; 25tf"I during t the season as follows : Arrive Furnundinu..Tuesday Evening: Friday !steamers for New York Philadelphia] ,
(Leave Monticello 710 I', M. Wednesday and Sunday ; for. \' Leave ST. \(.\ItY't Leave Greenville.............. H as I', M. Charleston Mondav and Friday. IIAY) MORNING] at 0 o'clock, for ('il/IIt" Hriilijetun/ for New York Hoston Philadelphia Haltimore '
Leave Madison\ !O) :'Jti. p, M. With Steamer tflora dailv to and I ]:atsAal: 1..t ; and l will leave FKUNVXWXV Leave :Savannah..Tuesday Afternoon, Saturday I with Northeastern! and Curlo- M i ii

Leave Live Oak............,.... tJ 15 A. M. Mary's( Gu., und..enii-\\eekly to am. days at 8 11. m., for CAMP' PI.NCKXIY: .\Afternoon. I i lina Railroads for, routes! North East:: and .
I Arrive Savannah.............. "" !M)N<") A. M. St. Mary's.River, I.llll1hll !>. all intermediate landings on the river. Arrive I.'ernauulina..1Ve.htesday. Morning, i West.
I Arrive Thomasville, 05.) A. M. !:Returning EVERY: TUESDAY; and FRI Sunday Morning.Arrive .
AT 1IVI.DWIX, .'1\., I FlHHT.C'L.1'H:: E\'mm; : ACCOMMODATIONS. -
Arrive ......10 U5
Albany A.
M. \Y. will arrive at ST. MAUY'H ut 5 p. m., Jacksonville..Wediicsduv Noon.Arrive .
strive Lake! City: .....,........ :llXi: \. M.rl'h With Trains for Live Ouk' : at FKUMNPINX.: J'alal ka............Wednesday Evening.: .
,.\ (' Haldwin. 025: A. M. all points in Middle and West: Florida.AT On. WEDNESDAYS) : and SATURDAYS Through Tickets and Staterooms secured .,.

.lrritcJaeksunville........... 7.+u.t.M. I.OCIIUKSFLA.., leave ST. MKY'H llIt S'JO' :: a. m., and can CiOIXU NOKTll. und all information furnished: nt ollice corner
Arrive Fernandina........... .. :II -M I'. \t. chartered! for excursions ton..I'H. liriilietunLeave Centre and Second !streets
City of -
With Steamer h for all
Afj> Arrive Gainesville 501 I'. a[. l'allltka."Thllrs.laIh.rnoon.. :
Lake arrival '
Arrive Cedar Key........,.... {W.'W: I'. M. insular landings Railroad on Orange. Train.ATUUNKHVILI.I. on "' Leave Jacksonville! ............Thursday. Night. ,
PASSING: TRAIN-WEST: HOUND. other points of interest in the vicinity Leave Fernandina..Snnday3.Op.in.. :! i Friday. .MA I,LORY'S
I Leave Jackson villu .daily at.... 530 I ;: p. M. :, FLA., ]'\' Savannah..Monday Morning, SatnV- '
Leave Fernandina........... ......HIIO:!(> A. M. With Stage Line for e.klllIIml )' day Morning I U LORI:] DA STEAMSHIP( I.I'SK ;

Ixaive (Jainesjvillc ... !902: .\. M. Monday, \Vt..hll'sllltIIl1cl Saturday: ; Through IlillN of Lading Da rid ClurkLeave ;;

Leave Cedar Key............. 4 .'10 .\. M. Outfit uud'l'uutpa'l'ucsday' Friday ...t.rllat..lina.ru. <'l'oIla Evening: Friday -
Leave Haldwin ..* ...... 7 (K) I'. M. day. MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all Evening.:
Leave Lake City 1 114111'> (> )L AT t'EDVIt KEY, FI.A., on the St. Mary's.Connrctioii. Arrive Savannah..Wednesday Night, Saturday Only Direct fiine to X.MV York. w

(A'avo Savannah 4 :'M 1't, With Tampa Steamship (V's Night.
Leave Live Oak................. 215 A. M. Tampa' anal Manatee Monday und Clore NOTK.-On Iiolh'trips South:\ and North,
Lcavcladiyon ., :351 A. M. ut 4 p. in., und for Key West HlIIllla with the New York and Savannah the David Clark will call at all way landing .

Leave Greenville............,. 4 :an!! A, M. Thursday! at (0 i l p. m. Murk all goods: ('url' of Steamer All trips terminating and starting from : ,
: Leave Monticello\ 5K) A. M. With the United States and \ ( Fernandina." Fernandina cutout with Transit: Railroad .Y

1I Arrive Tallahassee........,.. 7 00) A. 1\1. Mail( Steuucr.libniral, for Key West: Express' Train to and from Jacksonville, and _
Lutve'I'iillulmasu. 1i:1O: A. M. Cuba on arrival of Special Train, GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAS- there with Steamers to and from landings -
: day afternoon, at ".:ID p. JII. From J II l.'rs. Excursionists: and! Tourists will on the St. Johns, also to und from Guines- TilE FINE IIn\MF.R.'I1
.: Cuba, und Key West every Saturday. this a very attractive trip its the scenery \'illt''nltlo, Cedar' Key, ete. Tickets are "
&grand und alligators mud other game: are sold through to und front all the above "
.: CON N ECrIONS. cial train to connect.With WESTERN: : TEXAS:
At Live Oak daily with the Savannah: Steamer Knternr'ur, for points For further. information to )points and when Steamer City of Hridgcton
; Florida and Wl'toll'rn"UnilwIIY to und from Suwannee River, on 'I hnr.! days at G a. JOHN RICHARDSON apply runs through between Savanmal,1111(1 PuluN CITY OF AUSTIN:: .
Savannah, and all Northern, Eastern und For information respecting, routes 23-tf Fernandina,,Fla. ka, passengers also have tho choice of going
etc., apply to hmil between Fernandina Jackson- CITY e.1IIUI.L.S.
Western Cities.At -- - : .h.
.\. O. ) -!)() vhlr '
Lake City daily with the Florida Central \ '
Railroad to und from Jacksonville, Ht. (Gcn'l Ticket and Puss.: .\ For State-Rooms1 Tickets- and all other I A STEAMER 01'fill:'! USJ.11.1.: "

Augustine, Palatka Enterprise: und landings I> MAXWELL: ., Gen'l: 1 Supt.: __ .. \ l'AHTH.( SERVICE.: und{particulars Ollioes, apply' to the following Agents leave FEUX\MUX\ EVERY: THURS
on the St. Johns River. : DAY for NEW YOKK ; und from NEW YORK,
At Haldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf :r'LAGCPS; Savannah Gu.-Cor. Hull and Bryan Sts., Pier :20 East River, EVERY FRIDAY fur
Transit ipgssite| 1'nla.ski! and Screven House.Fernandina :< Florida! :3 .
and Wist India : I Railway to und from IMPROVED PATENT LIVER p. m.This
I Flu. At the ; Hotel
''t Fernandina, Gainesville, Cedar Key, and 1'51l. Line, having no transfers: to make
und Jno. L. }
HAD.CAN to Roumillat
.hyItR GETS Cupt. Agent. between Jacksonville and Xl'York.
with steamers! for Tampa. Key West und oiler'
Havana. BI MAD AXI &TBE.\GTU: .DKIIKBD. Jacksonville, Flu.-Corner Hay und Tine the best and cheajn-st), transmutation to Flor
Twtcz.s LONG.timiei
+ Sts., Dr. L'Engle's Drug Store; .A. l' Umphere. I ida i.hippers.Oranges .
At Chattahoochec three ""
titucsWeeklywith i"rrriM
Curtl witbaat
Braggiag the / -\i I
Ticket Agent A. L. Ilungerford
!: ; ,
will receive
the People's Line und Central Line Boats to t'll'ial. care in handling -
and from Columbus Eufaula: Fort Guines Performed 1 by the new and elegantly ui>- .\gent./ .
Chills and Few, Augustine, Fla.-On the Hay U. F.
Apalachicola, und other River landings. 1 l Iotl'am"hipD MIRAL (!sidewheel), PASSENGER:: ACCOMMODATIONS ARE
liTtrCompIiint to the tollowtngchetluk : Armstrong, Agent.!:
.ya'rEiegumt Sleeping and Parlor Couches, F1R3TCIASS.The :;.
Fla. Lilienthal IJrothers .1 Co.
Palatka ::
Leave Cedar Key un Tuesday lIIorllin ,
WoodrutF und 1 Lucas Patent, run daily between Djsptpsh,
Tallahassee und Jacksonville..StOQuick !. PAD, ,' ::.., from Savannah: leave; by learner Agents. traveling public are ollered the advantages <
Ne1IralNenollslless ;; of 4 C.rSTAVfc; : LEVI: : of u DIRECT: LINE:, WITHOUT
Rridgeton on Saturday p. m. Iaye
time, sure connection perfectsafety. ) ANY : :
or Jacksonville l h\ Transit Rail- General l.assc miger; .\ ('lIt.W. l'll.Xat'onnl'.tillns made ut
20-tf Master Transportutiull.NTltEr' Rheumatism train Monday morning), Arrive at F. HARRY Jacksonville with all steamlioats for all
-. '- (' West Wednesi'lay mornill ..Arrive G'IIt'ntlg't'nt, Savannah.J. {stints:: on the St. John's Ocklawaha, and
-HKOTIIKK Ccstiveoess, \"nna Wednesday afternoon. N. HARRIMAX Indian Rivers and with the Transit Railroad -

Female Returning, I leave Havana Thursday even 11 .u __ Manager._ in Florida at Fernandina for all railroad stations

iTta\ agl. g. Iieavo Key West Friday morning. 'Ar OAKEN:
O. S.
1 lItlll'llalIIornill and at
FlmSANUJSA, FLORIDA, Sick i NerroaiEeaiacbe .Cedar!( }\- Key und Fernandina' by (Transit FREIGHT: AND PASSENGER: ; : RATES:

: ltl Saturday evening and at Savannah pOXTRACTOR AND BUILDER, LOWER TIUN BY INDIRECT LINUS.firThrough : .

UAM'KAITTKKIW AND DEALER IX These Pads fur all Disease br .A steamer l'itif Hridgeton, Monday morn
Noxious: 1'ihlsOiti.nr IVironom Medicine*.r. ), thus! forming& the: shortest jK">sible sea MANUFACTURESMOUl.lINGS ,;z Rates and Bills of Lading&
of into tha tilt Stomach! Stomach. The fads ate worn over .., between the United States und Cuba. I I to mill INills.Z .
covering the tircai Nerve ( HRACKE1V
Stove, Heater mulTIN' hanger' al t 1"oniei* absorbed i iotnthf'cu'"ulatlonollhe 1 TURXED! HALrSTERS. NEWEl: FERNANDINA: NASSAU:; N. ..., under ,
I LIVf'r.J'UrifyiDIf the DINttL.Umull loK the 1.1. Cnhiu. facurtion. STAIR RAILS WOOD) EAVESTROUGHS. ;- contract with the lUhamus .-
Kidncjrt to healthy actmn. and : \' to Havana.........f:fc:. 00 $H 50 SHEATIHXO: and are the Goveroment
8wmachtodigetfowl. fmicg or fAC tl only steamers that land at thepier
AND .Ar!I. S h.o XT AIL VavoQmsTior.ecibr mu-lina to llavuna.hl 00 JM (N Ij 1VEATI IF.lI1tO.AltD- in Na>sau.
4W Kxpmi. \' to Havana .,... iSiUO, 38 SO ING AND FLOUUIXG. It. W.
tilLTIMOBE.ManufactureJ AD.IIOlt.SEY.at 39 ft II NoBTH && For staterooms and tickets;; apply to LEVE SOUTHWICK Fernandina., Agent,
ROOFING AND (H11"I mNCi. UlTourist: Offltvs. Makes\
C. H.
1 & CO.
A CO., Agents, Savannah, Ga.Corner Hull! and Bryan Stair mud C'liurcli 'ork Piern Ea...t River New, York. 2tfFOIl
33-Om Fernandina, '\,- II. A. ('Al.LtN..Agcmt. A SPECIALTY.DOORS : : -..
------ ------ -
l'rnun"lnlllgmont Hotel. A. L. MEL-: 1---
Just J'l'l.t'ln'll-u, large consignment of .r.\S: 'I-GI.'t'IX, : Agent. AND WIXDOW FRAMES: RENT.SEVERAL .

"COOK'S JEWEL" is rO NT It A CT O U A N D U U I L : Jaeksonvilk-.corner; lUvand Pine stretts. NICE: ROOMS FOR RENT
Stoves. The appropriately C. 1.Xl'lIJ.H1t'ut: : : 01I.L SIZES. CITY MART, corner of ('entn -
the .... ARM 1'.t Ortlce Box 174. ] and Third Streets.
St. Augustine-Un
Aluchua ?Street between Second and : Hay.
it is We will not
nam* l- a jewel. l<''':UN.NUIS.'I.A.. U, Agent.-___. 20-tf _Jm! u __ __ __ _u ernandin, Fla.; & Also Hrt the becund story above M ?rs. Srdell
) corner Ash and Third Streets.M. .
be undersold.. Orders and estimates from a UHSCRIHE TO THE MIRROR. $2 PER Jon PRINTING In every style and at IO\V NEY.

1 ly _.SECOND ST., OPI'OSITE: P. O. fully tended to. annum ; $1 for six months.! lowest rates, at the MIBROB office. 32-tf In the City Mart.

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Jlros[). GI.Ylm.tL 1XTI;LLIO11'Y: CUp 'lt along with their wives an equally: I ormental cult tire. This may be !so, but I is so hellion The !splendor of national greatness! ; t s
commanding social status, vhnt is true only in :a t'l'rtail 11qrll"1.1/ these landmarks the new career of \ in
.. Never word i is said, A sEVKnn: snow storm was raging; in New' of those people i is equally 110 of the present: I are rapidly becoming I merged into one the ((;moral
But it trembles in the air, York on the lth!) and judging, from the generation of 11Itil'\lll'l and of their wivesin another, Chara'cter 110'1 should be the IIHlht lo dazzle: t the eyes of the \ample) ; the '
this city.During I'"t! of social distinction in a truly civilized l'OIi'\olilatill of all tUill.till!! tend rights. and
And the voice )has
sped, weather here continued sen'rnllhw1'1.'
my rl''Iltl'IH'1! at Cincinnati and at country.I powers 11 (Jovernmcnt at ,Washington.,
To vibrate everywhere ; Tin: ll''rnld'Nrdfef fund has already passedthe Louisville I i 11\'l'r tilil'lt in attending anevening I cannot agree with \01 Whl'l \11 !aI \ are the promises hold, out to the country by
And far off in eternal that social is i not thing for the Republicans, whilst are
perhaps year :sum of$"(").flt."J. The United.. :States ship' party a I .wial1'lh'lnil'! I : ,position: I wlh.I they wTiillii
The echo ment ot'tint' kind to meet with !some of my men should !struggle. I cannot see hn of t the purpose! to overthrow I the Federal {
may ring upon our cars. ConfttUfttinn; taking in her load) ) of provis- I.I { which is chciishcd 1 h\' the
: friends and their wives, :sons ur ('al interfere with 1 physician's: usefulness.On 'II"I, : 1:1'11)1.
Never are kind acts done i'I1I'Ilt"lIatl'd!' by various parties for the Irish.COVXT pr"fl'ionat; and I !speak advisedly, when I I the l'outl'nr\ I regard,l it one of the 'I can leader: H I Is in this: sense thnt 111'
declare although it may be at the l'Xpl'III'tf highest und mt sacred duties of the medical lug contest i is so important. It i is I contest I
To wipe the weeping eyes, :' DE Lussr.rs: has 1 reached San 1 Francisco repeating 1 l myself t, t that a there l i is not a city man: to cultivatethegraces: and amenities which i is to decide. whether or not the tendency

But like Hashes of the sun, and, at the request of the Chamber of or town of any considerable :size in the Union I of social life I is the uhsi-mc of this quality of public opinion is really hostile\ to I

They signal to the skies ; Commerce and the Hoard of Trade has: madean in Which the same :state of things does not I II that 9'S the l profession! so much in union of States, such as the constitution or

Ami up shove the angels read address! on the subject of the intcr-occanie obtain. If you look nt the medical profession I public estimationanil: : reduces it to the level 11.11'. and such ns the federal armies sought
: in your own city you willltli I further i of the more ordinary, pursuits uflife.as illustrated preserve.' and to perpetuate. The ( 'hi'nuo
How we have )helped: the sorer need. canal. lie described: the \'nri)11i'rollt1'1, proposed illustration. of the truth my !lntl'll'II! in the l'OIIIIl of the mechanic: the Thnr.i; exultinliii; the recent tl'l'iilll' 01

Never a day given, :and gave his own views!' on the sub In 1SJS:! I'a: at 1 Thursday evening: reception I the tradesman, : 11,1, even the common la- Supreme Court, 1'rl.lli the speedy "
J given:: by the late '!': Ua\ht llo- borer Xo. tin ; 1l the medical 1 1:1 aspire tint of thl' ) ( pnrlthatlarlv being .
But it tunes the after years:, ject.THE sack one of the great medical! luminaries: of to he refined cultured, gentleman, and founded! as it justly: doctrine
And, it carries up to heaven receipts at Chicago; for the year I$711!) his: day, to the New York Philosophical Society I 1 do all 1 he I'al to ltlll the higher walks of of 1 union of.separate\ States: and, of I

Its sunshine or its tears; are as: follows : which WI' graced bv a large numberofd'istinguished life, 1',1 just in "rnlol'liol ns: he docs: this: t'ol-lilltOI: of limited powers. H I is not

While the tolIIorrowtat1l1 ('rain.................... 10,70Vv'Obulicls.Flour !) \ jurists: : divines, artists: and "il lie be (!' community ', and long 11111' the !same paper (1eclaredthat
: and wait, .................... :tGtltllharrels.: : ): literary gentlemen, iiieludinga4l 1 well remender :: to the respect ami I dignity of his: profes ] the constitution no longer( exists: as: an

The :silent mutes hy the outer gate.:: Cattle..'......,........... 1.21.-I.117 head. such men as Francis, Mamcven.Mott :Sinn ________________ instrument of checks and limitations oncongressional
:Sheep; \ .................... ;iiVJ17: : head. Kearney ', Hodgcrs, and the great: and, i power; that the eleventh
There i is no end to the !sky, Hogs ....,............... (;. lls17leltd.(; pood, but eccentric ::4.lllr Idtthain Mitchell, riri.v7T-riri: n.insor.ii'j:. amendment is obsolete, and that (Congress
And the !stars are everywhere" Lumber................ l.lw.liUO.lxMlei't. and tll'ir'I\ ) one of the most I The opening of the reign which.has: just is now omnipotent\ for a) purposes of legislation. -
of the kind 1 I have The Times ; the
Ail time i is
l'1hl 1"11'Witll
eternity The Virginia; judges; : who have been indicted t.l'iiallt: It i is not necessary to ask what I completed its twenty-tilth year was the issue on whii'h, t the I 1 wil -
And the here i is over there ; for; not putting negroes on the jury was the odalttloI: orul'h lil'l as Ilih'y, gl Hiiniest period, of Russian! history ; but it have to decide at the next 1'1' '1'101'

For the common deeds of the common day list are now having their cases tried in the Bard, Jones: Miller; Wright, 10"1/11I.1 t : was also (the most: profitable. We owe attitude of the 11'1"1.111 party is' that

Arc ringing hells\ in the far away. United! :States' District physicians: whose names: and .' indissolubly : gratitude," says: the Moscow! ,'. "c\en which the Timr taken Tho
Courtsitting Lynchburg. i ( :11
... :<''linlt.t with the New- attitude of the Democratic' party:' i is that of
,".umla!! Miittnzinf; HKNRY::' Ii RT1)x.:' 1" lol'"I to Kiiiiland: herself, for her shattered
The lii>: t case tried resulted in an acquittal. York: It is folly to suppose rtler1t'creicprive(1 1'IWI thl'l'lnlllpioll of the constitution: and, flic

i We .do not see how it could be otherwise ol'lliecutreeut'the'I best: society the 1'I'IiillU" system that was destroying; t'lIi\I. I may be that (the Democratic party -

sr.trXLWS.. The law required the : : placed: of your great city. us: opened our eyes: to the real 1 :state of ourinternal t is he 1I'I.I. us: the Tmr \predicts ; but
persons cultivated of Boston ,, it it this battle
The refined and lights out ,
.. THE :South Florida Railroad it is: stated, is: on the jury list: to be men of suitable intelligence. \ has: always had a large: .hnrl!lIl.il\, the medical strength, and cleared the way ..i.1 Ill willot!' tll'4olltiol Iltil |1:01: attendant; on defeat '

progressing! : : rapitUy.srRSSvnFnntts The discretion! given to the judges clement. Its doors' have always been f ni the reforms now in l'r igres5'l': his: is in the !struggle; it will he coincident, with

made them the jiufges of the inialilication: wiilclv, open t to the11'1'11", the llaywanls, exaggeration. HI'4in has made more the Federal Union
arc selling at ten cent: !per the Ciiannings the Bigelows: the J.K-ksoiis, real prngresssille'the' accession: of Alexander tad constitution. 1
quart in Jacksonville. of jurors, invpectivejof i I color, I\nll'l'rtainlr, the Shattucks!, the Bow-ditches, : the Storers, 11. than during the WllJIr'I'I'I'1Il I'I'II'tlln' t .-.\.1 Oltfltll.1 1'/'" fl'''
would re.iuire, n'l'rr !strong, positive! and the Ue.v'noldescH and. others, as till''Itilll'l'! In I'd.;") she IUII 1' .11!) 1ih' of
THE Jircrsf }publishes! : hy request a communication ;
she has ). ). InIs
corrupt u-: recommending.' .J.? ('. ( :Jreeley, of liable to prosecution {United States did fora I'lt'1 century tH' ;,.j only three cities: in the whole Umpire: \ 11.1'11;

Jacksonville, as a candidate for iovernor(: high a !'Itatl"l!01l\that of Charleston! -\ 11: : 1 Petersburg: Mtwcovv: and 0,h''IIW'TI' :- TIXI4
1'00'rlln. l'IIj'\:1( was ( 01,1 iOIl at onetime 11'1 t tolerably paved t or lighted. ; whereas 0.1.)1111'1 t.-'l'it'weatherlat.'tnight;
THE Key West: i eiple are !sulTcring from IT is claimed by the Liberals that in the the most brillian't and aristocratic, :society in now every leading provincial tOWII'4 I well was lo o'clock; rain storm '

the want of rain The cigar factories! it is: coming elections for' the new Parliament this ,country.'. Nowhere 11J4 -three hlI:1 at oil' I in hlltl respects! and, the new St. 111'1'- 1"I'101111al, \! ; at !I2the:wind lulled..

:saidvihl have to close: unless! : it rains: :soon.CoRni will gain ten members in Scotland any time li this: continent a higher; tvpe of burg Ca:(Company is: one .I the most :l illi.lowl'll. hal i
they : from north to northeast the
: civili/ation or greater amount of elegant\ idling in : pi 11'. H.YI( the total shifting t. WII'I ,
in the north of Ireland and I J. s
!seven thirty-
'>; co.\pr.xTs:' :' of the :San; ford Joitrunt and refined breeding, than in this once number of factoiiesih: 1:11'011:1: J1.slu wal hl'I\I'Ii were illumined for; thirty minutes
nine in lircat Britain. II..at
famous; city-famous for its l7,53:: representing\ a 'Iarlyll ::;>nmi ,-
:speak of the orange trees: heing III..l1.I.l11wn. alt : : 11'111111 with something like phosphorescence.: It
I'm NCR BISMVUCK has presented: in theIkicllstlgitpaper(1i accomplished women: and its 1,0'HI) roubles, (1I.illl.i.:: !", : ) !$( -thehalfway
with hloom anil trees was almost us: light as: day, although (the sky
many hlooming which of the -'_. ,7'a
rio and+l intelligent men. Its entertainments \point present ;
: from (fer-
emigration 11'i.1
MO not more than :six years old. ; t were of the recher factories WI"'I'lt work with an annual yieldof was: IVlrl'a.t with l'lol.1'4, not a !single : many during 1S70!!, :showing; that :"kl57: : ; persons che and costly character.always: More 110..t old t madeira .>0iii), ) 10,000) ) roubles, and, h.tl figures arc being visible. As (the light faded. It begunsleeting t
31 In. :vi.m's starch mill, in Orange This was followed, by : thunder I
tilirtluf whom males emigrated of I
htu- were : : and sherrv, burgundy; and champagne were now ('lw"ill'rhlIIdll'l TIl iniquities' : f
county, prove: to he a succcsIts Irud11etshave : by far theI'l'atl'r/ number going( to ('11"1111"nl.11\ greater number It'terrnlinsannltally the ,; : ( day, l'arriOI on according and 1 lightning: during which I commenced r I
the {'lIitl'.1tllt..S; and British North to'the obsolete forms of niedi.cval snowing. Til like it h never
America. : II :
heen approved\ hy a large number of :slaughtered at these reunions thal : the rhnbd1:1111.
in this < oldest ins ;
!seen : : "
i law almost too monstrous for belief 11'11
in any other city of its: !sinin .\ ; were ; I'
starch dealers! in the North. lIIprm1,1 .
The lIIOfdl to of four
: a depth (
whereashhw', trial ', i introduced in
TnK refusal of the French government'( who that is familiar with the illH'I' I by \
Mn. O'Oo.N.Non, of South' (Carolina, on the ( Chariestus! it existed only' a short time |1:1:1,1:01;: : a national inst'itntto'n." The Russian IHII'I. when it aJall !1"ltlt until the snow
surrender Hartman, theililit, who is: I Ix'ur the
:2d:!, introduced m ti hill directing( asuncy' of ago' .tines: not know (that its society vya* largely : 111.tl'r'l fcrm of ,.service (111'1 c-xlcndcd \ 1'1 of WI" Ilu'rllll,1 11 I WOIIII, ( food, vvcitrhf .
charged with having been engaged in the whereas it man witholt breaking sleighingall
I indebted, for the eclat which it so long tWllly.J\ years: ; l.snovylimited: I
the estimated cost 1.11'a line of :ship\ navigation ; attempt to destroy the Czar and his household enjoyed, to itsiirlia1InchnnlIheir I wives? \'lriollol: cruel nndiegrailingpuo day with II'I'u..iolallght Illwinl. (Jar- 'I.

)between C'ape Fear and the :St.' .h his it is said, has created a strong feeling The elegant: ami refined S. H'nr.1i'k"oll[ ) l ishments: : thl'l in constant! ii"' in the Imperial 01'1 n'! dltll'Farmers ) (fril'r\ will' lands I (

!ti\'l'r. .. in Russia: against; the Fn'lIl'h.11I,1' it is sop'hayed was: a ho>t in hill""lf-l\ perf., t army mini are now" :llo..t 1)Ii.IIt. only 111"1 and oats, and say whilecuttingdovvn:IIW cairnwill help 4
In I one having: ( in St.Petersburg
1'111111 t.
will lead to a suspension! of diplomaticintercourse. 11'll' t
Il'lItll'lll 11JI.I.
hurt it I .
TilE Orlando Itfjivrlcr publMuH a lit of b of !since IMil. The '..: ) not matcihlly.RUCMIVM
: This affair Is likely to be injurious ive :society "I.illl.hl i' iIMI.OOI peasants
t transfers: 1'l'lIll.-tate: 1'1'011Wl'l.k\ to Week : to the position of Prince (;lortschakoH: ;; not familiar: with the high social position of I t who wetctlave' :I in |1.I.\ arc 1111'1'1" : March[ !15.'The P''..lnr'a\'(' l

which indicates that :sales: of real estate: are the I'amsays, the lorl.111 the IJavcncls, i 111'1, 1I1.ln few of thl'l have 1'1'1': lallI which !struck this region on Saturday has
Tut: I'I/p'(/ A'l'/inu has: informed; the Pope\ the the Cl'Itill "l'oI.: the PrioIcaus I j owners: or thriving! ; merchants.' Kveu: in played the 11.I.il'l. with the arol'lil al
101'1011..1 '
made fair and in considerablenumber.
at very \prices actual territory. Russia's: gain has th.I."h; tin ( \1" not HU Inh''luoI: kill
that the French government( has decided to : Flllt' 111 other distinguished: menvhose Itl'll considerable. 4
In l evcr.vthing. (Corn Iscnt: down (totho( ground.but ,
names: the medical history "lth-
I expel the prohibited rdi-ion l'orlorati'III'4. wl"rl "I Ellr"I'I.tII'JI'4U'rl"llt;
} old licit this
the United! Mates? ern Iil"r Il' hl' II'IIXlell.t Tl'XII till"l 11f.rl Il'
1'111'' anforltII"'II"lllayol that for the two 11.ar.lhia. II.i : /
: :
.\ cabinet councilvn- to be held, when the What I is true ,1'IIllr larger: cities in thNrespect ;ol.t'I'rll Armenh. In \1- often hllll'l' and! "I I I roots of (the
weeks. ending March 17. there were :shippedfrom French would decide hc has, plants: make good
I government definitely : is: true, emphatically true, of every Wil I I'I'I'itllr.\: as 11111',1111 wi 1
Sanford wharf r>:}57 boxes und I live hal'I I Vhlatiilauresslhuulibea'Inptctl: 1 regarding tOWI'II:: e and hamlet of the Union.; Co France, while her :il'l'riul frlt'r lurihrt'n l'rol'II.r nil. III, wil have
( null Ihconlv I" be the
rels: of IIrJn l'lI. 1'revioiisjy i reported" :!, the Jesuits. It is :said, by one of/ the leading may', the retinal mil+l ('IIII'It"h"h'iul 11111""llll'"rl1."lllil1" ) at (the expense seed! 1'IIUI.t'd., labor. .\ fda wil will ale- ,
; date French journals! that life l principal Jesuits: / is a tic 1 tit of larJ., not t a il- i I of Chiii-i' : and( til' important 1.IHJllfH II i
boxes and !O.j barrels ; aggregating; ;: ; to I Icrmine whether the fruit Is
his social the I tell, extorted from Japan.: crop d.tro.\.11
well satisfied that the Is to clergyman,
arc so government( 11'I.j'I'il '
.. :boxes and I :.Mil barrels.: in earnest t. they no 11/1I1-1'1'I'X\l'l.t\ to remain til \' the !Jo"itllli or the merchantpdnce. Hut, "apart from nil I this Russia: his or ant {'he chances, : arc now that only /

TilE'olll"ia AV/rxsays: : R. Sheldon:, !1 i iis in France, but'arc preparing( emigrate.i'l1C ; A great deal is salt I at the present achieved, a step which will go' far to supply few early, blooming trees arc! 01111'1\1
11't | March
I.V-Sineo freest-
) !
want refinement t of tin1 de her greatest syaitI She art 1'1/1110. lot in- .llld. I
making\ : arrangements;: : to clean out and | da\'oltll': ,1' the alt al :student, as its'(',r n sulw-tuutiat middle dl"oI.: but that lug norther has 1"1'1 blowing uiitll tatty I I1'ycrythinguxputsallSruyererl
i : SOCIAL POSITION or 1.II'atlll 11',1I
enlarge the Huuloviv Canal connecting: I nouI if he I III'l'ril"t I ""II'j"lllooll.hnrdl. I wlll.1 will be the jccrm; of such I class. and : : with ice IlItl,11'I.t. 4
lIiII..h"w'allllll1liau, Rivers. It Nlesstban: : I Tons.I .\' half-civ: ili/cd. unwashed 11: unkcpt( 11,111r I i is expanding cvirvcar., This is (the (Corn, frui vegetables' and late wheat '
I The (...It-Itratl'rll1r. (:mss: of Philadelphia, (' -I.1 in the shabbiest pnssihiL'garh. Weare I one thing( lucking t to ensure the stability' of will be almost t loss 'll farmers Hndsome
a mile in length, is but ten feet in width.and j ji : all agreed that Intrurtihn I the F.mpire.: Il'the''ilNN/NNI' / ) inhabitants consolation In having :11-(01,11.14'1( to
of of
(thus treats Ihlp"ltillll" Ulelic'alull'lI in tlr"tl'I" .
.ut through Coquina rock part: ot'lhl' way. 1 are la,1.olt; of ; that thcv arc not contained,l by RussI 1'1'p'r in I 11'1.' IINNI-. replant. _____________________
This I would, open navigation from Toiiukanearly I this country : what I : h'II.1 1 j"ilt Ol what bv a"II\, 1 I ', I noo wcn I 1 free I peasants: aio 1 _yi II.f"1 self's t .
: 1 have lived a good, while' in the world, they IU..t and will be ; hit I 1111 ;quite sun- leaving I I.OOO.lHdi I 'I nobles, (1,100,111)/ hllrtiNIw, 11nCut.iITiISr.I Arm'sriM:.-Messrs.Itlake .
to Jupiter. i I and deal of society. I : I Collins 7 and Luring I the, projectors of .
\ having; M'l'illIl-rl..lt( am tint if you were to in sonic day into j 11\0 (IIII.1111 priests: to t11 ( countcrbal-
TUB records of the United :States: Internal i I i safe in ussetting that there is 110 professionoeution my' lecture moir, 01'1 1 111'lIlail( \ addrc.s.sing j i aucing minority. The emancipation of that the Jacksonville, tit. Augustine and I"lnl,
I or which on this hide of the !I by I Ihe of the nobill- River Railroad,1, 1 left t for .II'k, ," .
1 Revenue /Otllce in Jacksonville: ",how'lhut \ pursuit: i nearl;, sj\I hundred !'tlllpll.I t asscmbled year, destroying' I power \'IIl
I Atlantic .enjoy a higher social :status than fl'll all parts of the ('011111'.11- I r ty, while that of (tin- people was still lion- week to make /1"'l""ar."f'urltill l / t for acommencement
::n the year IH'S" there \\' ( ,manufactured, l i ill the medical, the clerical not executed.! The eluding representatives from diili-rcnt foreign I existent, )placed Russia in the position of a .r sail: 1'11. I l'"lilrlli\

the district: of Florida }MWa:: : I' gUJ-'. The I refined\ und American \physician: is: a \prince ,, ; lands, "tl would be surprised at their i iorderly state with its upiwri-la: gone' itslo s ,class .I witl Illr"quin'"llltlfUI.jrt'lllrl.'r. "

.'"tilllah',1'lItlll' of the cigars was -i-t.T'l"' ) '"". I among men, and his wifi' is: ever his equal conduct, their gI'lIll'II1' appearj I not yet 1'111. and no middle t1 at all. anl/tll urll( ('ollallt"k place be
in the social. circle. Indeed, she is often Ignorance '\ ', Blake was
( aleai.'r :" ami their ;, TIl swine :
The! tax upon those: at six di.liars per thousand I!I iu and a queen of lIol'i.trho hisi alI IIIV"I': thcs' 111.1'utIJitl'"anl'I': I tin 11:1111.1141 tljik"re"lf\ against 1:1.1 duly. elected president. It 1 la said: by those' /

amounted to $Ijll.jj') Toe I largest\ \ tapai,1 i i not heard of the late )1 N. ''J.-t a\'iarlIol1; I.e ncated. hat they"youths al lnt reared Wlll'o-111' j wld.p'f tlisatlcction, renders tllYUIntidv who tare In possession of facts+, that the road

[ by any one ilutltft.turerwas-I7,511t i |. j Vert the wi 1','ulii the distinguished(! Dr. Henry bc- influences, la\'I.I"1 ulI II m eketheir j: uscb'ss to the 1.IHil'lllili..f his ('"litI will be built this summer, ali! be In ) .:
!I S. I..' Vert, t'of ["lIill'h Ala. ? This I tdy; ', soaccoiiiplishel lark in the profession I'"tl""I as well as in I try. 'What ii( w.\II ;:, lot I onler by the opening; tit'next "/4II.-"f..
TIIFI'cIlsa'uLt.I/I/'Ifl re says : Seventeen : as a I linguist., a writer and a the social' circle Our and navy: surgcons !' 11'1"0111"11, (,II'eil'II'I'. TIl chosen toolof ,1'tlmt \VrrUitnjuitiue' \ ,)

handsome square-rigged. ocean rovvrs, laden I{ conversationalist, was everywhere hono.vd I Iu..ll'ur" are, as.tn'cry!MMV|. army kl'IW".I'\'I'\\IIf' :ilil"Ulr'ci"I'llItl'IIII..II"III'1 who have The I'IIII"IHI uhavc mentioned took 1
II "lI\,! the good, and home small' steamer on :Saturday, 11,1.lII', acrossthe
with our great !staple and bound, to | .. '- ;great: at w/ltl'lllt', the V"t' Il.-t "it't' I both at alrl'a"\ 111,01' hot-hnijncdstudents sullieicntnnntherfraliii111111ilidellu11giIte'urkti)1'ulll
river with
crossed; the !i ulI.I I abroad., American woman ever re- hOII" 11,1 ul'roao. Again, not a few; <>/f our' :> who luivc wih Iwae. ast WlrkJI1 111,1 a
almost of the globe, 1 \ S
every point .I't'.III'II'hili" .' or iusidcniti i at foreign and -
r e
ii young marrv into our must' dis-i i empty: as till iMK-ki'j.s; )1..la.sli.I.: '
',ar Wednesday and proceeded) on their I courts: than :sUcdid., For many years "!\"I'ial"l falii.'. which as-urcdlv i lies in the 'rl'at.luta class prll alll,1I ply with tIl n"lu1r"fltIJ 11 their charter.
wlule ..
-tination. For one day's, business .I1114l'Illlpnrts she was a leader of fashion in her 'I\fll'!h', not;!It' the they W"f' l"t w"I-II..l. .i well-to-do JII ot'I. --**, for wh'll onler I 'll IIH't !'r'r' <:
t: with Xt'York.. Theres I rendering\ her house one of the most attractive cultured! 1 and meritorious men. i' Implies prosperity' Iwl!. disorder ul..III' -- --- -
: : favorably in the country! awl aiding greatly to It might seem invidious i in me, if not in ruin. The ('Xistcnci'/ of!such achi'<. (II Frame I I'IMITIVK IK{ ,1 tT") -There I 1'1 "III'rou. f
still u "1'1t'nc1i.ll1'd in the harbor and theinldlcr the reputation of her celebrated! husband.Mr i. bad I taste, to institute between made: the commotion' .' |sin:: short and iomparativily rcnii-iIicH that 1'lrl """1'1111' and becometrit'tcd

MIIOing; om.... predict i a good summer in the : *. U Vert's case: is not singular) one. my own and I the other 1'"llal'i"1 ; j i|i I bbxHllcss 1 rendered. abortive tl as l0.rul. but tune have ever pnivctlst
business." Many: similar instant cs might be cited of tho but I think !you me Irufl..I.I"- attempted outbreak of IK'S.1: and lid.it 0\1' I illi-ctiial.- -. m> hill' and /111 remarkable r
wlll'l'ar ,
\Yiv,* of medical un-n. who bv their charming "l'rU'1 tliat if hundred mcdiad I i i the great political 'crisis of lK7swithout r I cases-a.4' !Dr. Ajcr n I 1 1'Il Il". *
OTuesday last: Judje Win. Kirk, of the I manners, high nient.J. ; "Iturl'r': .lt in1 men, its we /.t with them In our town i t tan i anv outbreak ut all ; and the rt'lll"I.wllih I The Cherry Pectoral )has restored great
i'ensacola; bar, was summoned before! Judge, 1 i i tellige11ceandhi'iilre'thtellIeit.: have attained titien, uw11hlt hem Side by .id.. with; I> has Mticcei'dcd, in Paris IUIJ" trl.I.1 /11 tl I niniilK-n* of patient: who were believed tubehoii&lcMsly
to the highest social rank. I In my; own city an equal! number of iher y'nlrll a'nd lawyers.they ', fail in '1t. l't trrbur-N. J' 11tlJ /'.. affected with ( i.ii iiiii.tion.| )
Maxwell, to show cause why he should not I the educated physiiiuii I i'. and always! has wil loxu nothing by the couijiaris; I Ague (i'nre I.rtab lp[ 1111." 11,1 fever

!be !punisRod 1 for a contempt 1 of court i in filing boon J the peer of the I b.t man in tho;"immunity either il mental culture, high rtTniciii.-nt or : I" f. "Ki:, or I f.l.I.HU.4. quickly I ,nntl I xtircly.Avcr'n .

an answer in chancery which Judge: Maxwell[ I whatever in.iy !be his calling. There! social | ?'ition. I IJ 4'j! In his "i>ce<.h ut Springfield' said that "the C.uiiMjiitid| I. 'tr/lt of Sarsaparilla
is large .lillut' -l'arty. UI. evening ] am not NUflicU-ntly familiar with the ncrofula( anti IIuriit., of the
never any rllt"ill1
:vgarded disri cctful to himself. n- I "
us >i> : gathering or a club-i'.icftiiig; at which! there soual "Htu of 11'1III"U; in (in-ut liritiaii, 'i great bully 1 i>f the .1 Republican' party uri !;a I |I! ,,|. '\'(", I hit' -\'.it.in f'll rtlr'I it 'tovigorous
'I ton.se tJ: the rule Iii, him. JH Me Kirk re. I I is not uhvav a full rt'.rl"'ntttjuu, of mtdi-: loll, ( lll.f I greatly ,'r. Dr. Ill '- (lil;Heil. by Irl.jlolil.es engendered) by thJtltil |I.IIJ! Hv its timely use many
narked that he bad nothing Jo say, that laic 1 i l'atl! men, wlinever 't'.ul to hold! theirown !byi hecii inadvertently l ltrav'L
answer sjioke for it-tjf; whercuf"in Jud..;tMaxwell i their good brisling, their general tittclli'ener. t upon; his professional Irl h 1'' that d( not that while health are ttlM| ) Ir iurtil.Aytr's ,
tor their The they s. they t I 1'ilhtmd their are t M> welt
till' eb'gire! III : ur : re i
: \ ordered (him. tu be tromniittfd to 111 I iitur lart}.' ...lliuill..i au IUtf.r of I'r. trr- ,I than himself I Hit.or J wi IUlr Ir.lalJly 11''to errr'e t.rt.. i iMy ; url aiding to subject the ,country to the dcs- I.WI 1'\'r.vwllr.' t
jail fir; rt.irty I:1PI. I par \\"i.t4r, th..I..ldr&to..ll.t.lt..I'of. tw.i vi-jts ahrla,1 broiight to.! i I t'. vontart j rdie will of 1 rnklw' political unjoritv, from I" bt-re.--Scrunt'm. /'.,., Time

THE United States; C mrt having: : dijr-tted ul.'vyoftwo !r'III1\' ill tbl' l'lit'lII'it. of 1''uu.-yh'ulla. : witH a large number of medical men in i i they uri "ioib\t-rting the lilMTtic-Hof ull." J'I t
; which fur 1It".1rly half. ,'.>utll") '. were the j i U.'ijlanil: Ircianl) and f.ttlt"l. and 1 can '; kfiare! l, moreover. that the content of j Ax O ''''IUTIH I'.tt1TY.-At Ull tilllolljurty
1 J4.T lent on the taxable/ |lr.'I"j I ad !I.wll'l1. cculr.J'o of 1111 retiiu-im-ut and! 'i coii-4C-icutiotl-ly 11,>'larl' .1.1 not meet. U nut 1 less iinHirtuiit| than that of Ise )-the I the Other l'n'III' a wickol lrU.tq'
l.Rof the city of IVnsaeol.t. tu pay jud.,;- I mH iieiVuaT'euliture) ..I'' Philadelphia Were i with a "lltuf one Wll was l.t entitled to fssiu-s being .hular. idtbouvcb: not identical, I 1.la\'t..11 high game 11 kl;(*. At a party
;-.- ',u.ur5 ill that (nut against: thes-ity, *ome.t f ft:{ tar?r'iy cumjiohtd, "f nu-di.'al men among I IM' <-"ll..1 I ." Tht'K, arc '11 and the r(+\ .p." ..of the two |,,trtie' of 'tl.de.'H-riptioji it is the! tL-t for ate
the other*. of Chapman.: James. Dcwec 1 J Hays( l'l!1, ; ,'! t-'ra-ltiof J.Jt\'UIIt it cauntit tllll. hi I nu-MSii, rev'erned. j I ilrl. p> jilt u darki-ned, room when ,
citi/eiisi: 1 are dWusing a project for re.- lag; lo', I Rene IJ J R: OC'II\! t R: 'bley, htilgllatl I I I IM' e"jpetwj thai .-\ nt'in: meaning that IOW'l a,then, I j I "r the |li irty bits u inoutbt'iil from (.
'aovilIg bey"1vthe' / city 1l1U1I..4rit1I.i J t'*- I.mI"4"'r t. U.I Wif,.l. iiM'ii. who, in a nciaJ I I ..h.'d.l'CI if 'he ainnil ut such an ab onion. .\ '.IIII man IM tll admitudJind
,' blisiiJH.), a new town, for the ptus'. ; ''., .>l" iMiint of vtt-w, wen till' IJl'l'r" '>( tier\ Riniii'V. IH* received into the hi4h>'-t trtel l I Union. The .'...ltull'll.u II t' f Mlwntro.vt.il j it is 'bi. tr..I.Ilrlvi't'! ) t the batch of

_tting rid ot'thb. tax. It i i- *Hte to.ty that; the *.'r ',Path tli- lnr'i-r...il... 1tl'' Whart.aH, : circles! 'flteretine'oulrarattye'lylewinau3' l IIJ consolidutiou as well W by dMiij.j Itl'rati"u girl; f II)' the Iht.tutittt'r4th'whi''h.alt'ofthe'tlibittieefragrantfruit-
the t ,Cidwaladir, and I other di.,,tin,ju: }.hcilcit-' I art thus honored : It UaI.l' t.-rminatt-d by I"Jltl-
suh )ouh'llalllr.It.- '''tli.s"illl lie 'Juwl but 1 I liviis: Tfu when ut' ti1.*?' (nest were' all onan prI'eryrniantti f..I.I.l I bi."n-Sal! p t-ition in hi. i..alllr..l.| .-,M W well as h the 1./of arms. I The Inuwl. aforvnu-ntioned in this )
'klt* the ";"lhih1t' prnjtert.v o\vner will tnleavor euuul footing. Wlww their hiislKMiil, I own hand : if not hU birthright' hi' can. The i irty which t. u+i'ig all| h t'It/!>* toawdliilatethe' j | | the otii'iii Uitii her |I"wk..t lu..h'a1 l ofbiting
to ('I.tIj.rumiMIiu,1 get riot ul tbIlt. I welt they went ;;they were nut )fiarufw i ." it hi t h'r1se,1r w wurlU anytUiiiK .t all, tt'.r.l rlht. of ', I i it, aid thci 'W ut UU t ntrary t4t.Wf g t w tly attain it, cCpitt the mld"lruutW Pull to throw down hit bu!"'urk which the Ytuninoiittit| tn ti't rad 1 (tind, ,litulfivetimes .1k
uaij ever alter Ictvi. Uvt, Llyht lint'twtdn ,1 t.at. .sviirttl .. IJ elrruiiitattu'fal. ruirt.tt'lt( sir [ .rt'11 against th' | o' around tb Circle and' wasfitfityMiiitWtirri :
"llt" t"ul"ltutult
; are al Irustly, uea tiJo-t tl* .r erwltthey I. .ue ') cr unities i tai( ..u. tni lnliurI. donna.tcMy ju riiUadt-lfJib in .11 1 foileraj.! |l"Jnr.l.i tflrIOWh'j! J u girl, whistle J? iuu"

: .'f'\'lUtuf>> Ul"lUtttt./ .* u.ra. 1 Tl).r'l.u.II' t. Uui.W. w tear mlty',1r.1t Mllll' in} Nt-w i t tur tile t.. tJt b ni'an th:., I WtT\' J.Jffa.H'ltlih. slits":avert4 tliu trick, an-l

:Ills-. 4Ts .' .". tt -) .wt Ws. 'flir u .>".taut tiJUN mJw Ii' t o tt.l.t tr* !11.ll"" :) f r$4niLlr i r* $; .11"4' up.

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D \ L opponent, was-purchased- f for $1.00 to make, I forty feet would-'-have ';nccomtnodnt'il: ; ; till';! XOTICI: : .01 'XC'OItI'OU\1'I0X --- Till': FI.OIEEUA
Aj\ RROR. "
!! his speech \\"uRhL"MIIII"tt'n..1 of Donnelly.Numbers manufacturing bu!'inrss. Now, within one OF THE; F11HNAXDINA AND) JACKSONVILLE
of laborers I 1 bnildid vcar.it r'flllln'llllOtol1l (the, whole of Polk ; RAILROAD: ) () It'\XY. T AND: ) AND: IMMIGRATION( ( co II''Yof''It
( a
r' ,, .t I r MAItCJl 2f 1SSO.I l tutuvit Ii all I the staging and dressing: rooms!
Y ( THE:
t railroad out in the wilderness, where there I
-_' a removed', but a No a |ortion of the !,ccond' ; ll legislature of the :State: of Florida, ('11' : :
QirrctjMnttcnti awl /Vw//i.: ; linrinrj lJII.clIrclI; was no county organization, Iii) precinct! j story of (the "11111(' building) owl if thedc-! 't i titled ",\ii act to provide a general) law 1 for

irifh tliif 'l'r1' rill pirate dirrrt to }Ft/mm.\ and no resident l population' \otcd I in boxcars I mand for their good continues to incrcae 1 1 the Incur. ]"Miration of Railroad": and I Canals," CWO.OUOnt....%
MIRROR, Feriiaiitlltiit,, lii:. and \ it will be necessary to add still greater room :, and npproud February W! 174.: notice i"i
I heirvotes '
.... .. .. depot huiding' depositing ( to their factory.! They have standing orders! j
-- ----- I j I h foIllillltet that I
i hereby j given us: required} by u
in cigar boxes. All were paid for01. 'for more cigars ()the mostAM
; than'they t can make wit hth.ir I II
WHAT flOES Tin VKHXAMHXA it. i company) : has! 1 been 'formed, under the naim: *
ing, and \oled\ Washburn.. In present force' and! I have found! it necessary
it. .1l1::....' ? Minneapolis to ('IHlolr foi the nllllitiol1alllllllll.* "fth" H.KXxm.; : : : \ AMI JA KSONVIU.K: : Rut.-: ( TUMBLE i: :, : ; AND: i DESIRABLE)\;:: :
.*.sJ' for his I COMPANY to he invested with all the
one man was paid vote, mi- IIO\D: : ,
Is it intended make mentioned above enable
to Jacksonville mere to them to (fulfill
way-station, anti I'\'rIInn(1 inn her. port, or i is other :$:::2."), and so Ill). Employer: marshaled their contrac'ts.ROHP.UTS .I rights power.-: priviUs, and formed franchi"csconferred underiiid l.AM IS HIEsTATE j/A

it mi altin|>'t to set aside! the necessity: of improving I I their men in t their offices and paid them. $5 iV: BEST.: -This: fill'tlltII" is well I for upon the companies\ of
) tile )Imr' at thc mouth of 1 tllI'-t:: ..Tllh 1111, each to vote for \\/L'.lallllrlllIlI.l1111Innl\.k'el'- known/ (this city, ha: :* sometime occupied 'Maintaining: act ; and purpose operating. II constructing Railroad: for, : l; (OF) 11..01:1)\( : I I ,
or is it intended to offset the \\'I1"ero1Iail: the third floor of 'Reed's: line block on Bay
road It the. ers were paid for voting their 1 boarders, and street. This business '. ; I public! use In the I conveyance of person* and $1.2." to new settlers, with
: ? certainly 1 behooves I I citizens I like that: of II'! perncre
_ _ Jacksonville to inquire Into the matter, lie-, in addition. to money besides, clothing, provWons lluau ic,: (Co.. has grown: !so rapidly' that they \property.The\1 main line of said Railroad will be ;the privilege, of selection in panels' !! of -10>

lore any privelegcs are granted, for, there arc itc. If this! is: n sample of Republican have found it necessary tlII' II! more working about twenty-one miles in length)! ; will he U.tl'lOr lii.''ic. These lands: are located. onJmd
those! who would fink our city to build iii I room I, and have consequently; leaded! thethutril .
methods in the northwest it is about constructed between a point on t the Atlantic,
I to the line of (the I
other places. Ld us know all I ahout\' it. floor of the MeConihe( Block, which is! m adjacent
West I India Transit Railroad: !, in
time to stop talking about\ bull-dozing and
now being fitted for their :
We find the ahove\ I In the Jacksonville up accommodaton. Nassau county, nail the :--t. Johns !River, atIi' GULF AND! WEST J INDIA)
A which will Messrs. Robert A: Uent ATLANTIC( ,
shot-guns. : *
party use moneycorruptly :: employ noweighty I
about (the and! will
llftrze of the 18th. For the ( city of Jacksonville,
many years f IIIIIIllll'gln 1, reform home. or ninety I practical men, but in a TRANSIT: (CO.'S) : IL 1 R.: ,
> pas through part; < of the counties of Nassau
business intercourse the two cities has \been' (time (this force will I be increased to 125: or
and! Duval.) J. N. I HARR1MAN.I
The committee in favor of unseating
rtn the increase and t the travcLhns become, so report 150.: ) 'I'W'II.two arrived this! morning to I D. E.: M A X\\"l 1.L. extending from' FERNANDINA mi the Atlantic

- Important that u special express train lias Washburn nnllj giving the scat to I Don be engaged in thur employ.l There is! now C. WICKLIFFE: YULEE.rrriiitniiin : to CEDAR: : KEY, on (the fulf coast:: ,
nelly\ the effect of which will be to hose the made. : at this: factory between J2.O() 1111,1 .
t'ln. ii-O, 'h : :;( !KJdA ,
t..Y so.-u-)
been run between }Fcrnandina, Jacksonville l(ooi( ntigar8aud' I\\'iih his nuiuher constantly I/ ( thus nflbnling to the producer cheap, constant
Minnesota \,
Vote to the candidate
daily, bringing Jacksonville(' a very Republican I turned out e\cry week, they tind it impossible \ ()ltlIN.iCE and rapid transportation to the l.o.'tuuiarkcts.
if the d.tioll should go into (the House to supply the demand for thcirgooiN. .
of visitors. The distance .
large daily quota I THE I : RATE: (01PEr l fl-:
of It i is with that'l'
Of t Ibis consideration ( enabled
Representatives. REGULATING
course )pleasure are
in direct Fcrnandiiiato! traversed. by the Transit
line from Jacksonville The belt
a will make t thin to chronicle the. business of these two ; 1 ( (collected City Taxes\ country
I is about\ twenty-live miles ; \by' the present !- itamatleroffroatiiiq o"t- large litmus, and! will as soon as we find! sufficient for f the year 1 1M79.! 1 R.: R. embraces\
ance to both parties in Congress, and! the t time add to this lie it ;onliiincdby, the Common Council oft
route vin Baldwin it is Rlxt '.Ii\'e miles or an account of t the
I Republicans will I I light hard to retain Washburn. other factories now ill operation III (this city. t the city of f Fernandina, J- \'EIY"mETY: OF SOIL
than double
more the direct route. Nature, That fur the \purpose: defraying the expense

it; I is said, abhors\ vacuum, and travel abhors \ (JKMUIALThis I.Olll.W/. of the city government 'for t the year tlll be found in (the :State: : a large proportion

roundabout routes. IRISH l.1UIlOll..U'lO.': I M79! t tho following appropriations are I hereby ; being I peculiarly' adapted. to the culture ofSr.MiTiiortcM.
distinguished! : gentleman was very made :
When the Transit Railroad was IIrst; projected A natural result of the famine in I Ireland warmly received at Gainesville, Micniiopyand f. The sum of$1 lf, <.s5 for unpaid!. sanitary I :: ; o FnriTsnnd! Early: Vegetable's( ,

a survey was made for the main line ", IIIIe 1 1, to I increase: t the migration America. Ocala I in passing through (the interior. indebtedness., and Tlif !.
tf) run \by or near Jacksonville\ but I the dif- Probably\' no better measure of permanent The following sketch, by the last: Florida :I'. The. sum of $!:lf)50! for salary of cityofficers. these lands! worthy. of C.I 1L't'UL /.'AAMIXATIOX *.

of Nassau River: deemed rd could be adopted than to facilitate (the
tieulty crossing! was ( manufacturers of LfMiiin
by :
IlnniK'f, of his: reply! to t cpccch\ of welcome. 15. The sum of :$:.700 l for" \payment of cityscaveiiKi
at the time ton great; an obstacle\ and the immigration into this country of (the population ) at Ocala, will interest our readers! : and other sanitary: purpose\ AND X.\\'.\1. :STOKES.NEW: : .

line was run so' as to head I t the t tide water subject to ,such a precarious living at He referred his 4. The sum of$;:WHI) for road; "ulIlll'l'! I .lg''s.
III Florida
It IMS home. This will be dabs 5. The sum of $;,00,( for cemetery( purposes. ; :SETTLERS:
streams. long been thought that this : mainly accomplishedby when, as a boy !soldier, he .passed: : through .

was a mistake, and that the road ought to (the aid of the very large Irish population t this. country hunting the red man- lie groat 6. The sum of $il") for incidental expenses Purchasing land from this company are furnished "I

have \been' (constructed on t the direct line, already !fettled I in America, and L who will and change: .said; that that marked HO far t his lie! country t ravels'through on. every! hill Florida and outstanding indebtedness.? with entire free jMtftntie on (the Transit I .

t thus! making a connection, with Jacksonville from their little hoard and savings, give ho'\'l'llltillJ a l'olllltrIlItlro. .prosperous; 7.) The, sum and interest of $t,>$0 for the bonded indebtedness Railroad! for family and( personal! effect(
t and shortening the distance to Cedar Key. help! to their relatives: and friends to cross and with better \\ro I'I'dH.thull any t that he Any surplus! ('"lll..t'IllIIlIl unappropriated to t the station nearest the land I purchased.

The connection h h'tw'clHU'lIlIIwh and Jacksonville the! ocean. The low rates of steerage passage had visited' in the of United his connection<<1 States. I with It' patriotically the. shall be appropriated'\ (for !bonded. I indebted!. TITLE I : (COMPLETE( 1 ; :, being, derived by

has always 1 been considered an unnecessarily and! quick transit by (the! many lines of United\ States spoke army Mexico and the West, ness.if grant from (the United States IHHll'lIrdwi"t'frolll !

long ft"1'' Indirect one, and the ocean steamers, make it a very easy matter and said I he would 1 again strike as heavy it of.further the' aforesaid nrtltiinril l, That for the, \payment the ( the State( of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.

Great Southern Uailroad was gotten up to to transfer large numbers with I little t trouble.We blows for his unlive America as be! did oil "sum of one and! one: 1.1111'I'l'r appropriations\I cent\ In- leviedand 1

make a short line from I Jesup. That\ not having wish a portion of this immigration) the day when he lost his!! arm at the city of collected upon\ the ufoI'I.'! )f 'xl'o. He{ i .'rn'll h
< feelingly u tef to t the unhappy
been carried out, the new owners: of (the could bo brought into Florida:, where (the between the North and South. taxable property\ of (this city ama! that for
war 'WlTUImnl1.l
the of the MU* auto ( onapplication.
old. Gulf road have projected theWaycross: cost of living and the mildness of t the winter and ,,said (that all\ that related to that deplorable \purpose! payment of ( aforesaid sanitary
loan and
thesaid I bonded indebtedness, .
road, saving over one hundred miles in distance climate would make start easy enough event had been with him long since fifty per (cent of t the taxes so levied on ('hAS.V.. LEWIS,

and six iaour.11I! t till\('. What, t then, i is for (the I industrious Irish IlIIlIIi rnllt. The the buried conflict with lie the felt dead.that That he no at longer t the close had of a aforesaid shall I only !bo. payable in currency Land 1 CommNsioncr.i ,

the object of the Waycross rotid? Evidently: works of internal improvement now projected home or a country, and looking, across (the of the United indebtedness,t States Government'.!' ('. on account, or! cert of the illcatesof Office ('(or. Beach and! :Seventh: St.JJC ts.

to save time and tn make the ail-rait route J and the constant demand. for, labor, in water he fancied, that there was "something said sanitary: loan: or past due coupons of I -

preferable to the steamboat route which has: ornulgegrov('s, would "l'l'IIIII'all1of' employment that would interest him in F.gypt.: Thither the bonds of the city.Passed --
he repaired and! the KlwllI'n''l'in'.1. him O. S. 0.\ Ii I-S: ,
always fully divided the travel to and from to probably as many as would. ci 11111('. kllllll)'. Finding (that (this potentate was a and! read.I its h,' first its title.reading: Januat2th... 11'1\0( ,

Savannah) with them. The popularity of t the III the recent sanitary work at Jacksonville! I man i of progressive spirit. a warm attachment I'assed! its :third reading and adopted! \ .

steamboat) route is! seen in the large number, it was f'\11111I'rlllitnllc to bring a large labor- sprang i up. between them, and at (the February IKth, 1 KSM). T. KYDD! ,

of passengers (':Jrril'e I. The short line by ;hig force from New York. general's suggestion; many: civilizing measures Pre-ident Council.
were instituted h by the Khl'llivc.1II01lJt I
Waycross: however if run in six hours will The market gardening, which has already ; Attest : ,
them the
were adopted\' opera ami t the circus E.MIL .'. c !"- ;
O. l'utu Lli-ynd; .
q' ''i ixn: City C'lerk. l Ifi. ,
tend to transfer! travel from steamboats to begun to assume very large proportions' and at I his 'iuiItitt. The object of I the I opera was: : ."..""JI'. ;=;--- ":; -

the railroad. I is! destined to become one of t hoe forcmiiost industries to refine the natives and create a lo\'(' of real AIKSOVVBI.M:
music among them. Hut, said the general, UNDKRTAKKR: : :,
It; i is the interest of Jacksonville\ (that this : of the State could give employment the natives soon showed their preference for BOUNTY

line line of Savannah and Charleston:; steamers to thousand of the Irish laboring (class who the circus and were attracted \by American FF.RNANDINA.'..

!! should be kept up. If the direct railroad l'ollltll1\'c I I well on their 1 surplus!! productions( beauty manhood exbibteil in riding. and I"RON AND BRASS FOUNDRY)
tumbling III tho ring. The general then Constantly handMITAi
I is built from Fernandina to Jacksonville!! it make for t themselves comfortable surroundings on
gave some beautiful sketches of Oricntial AND:
*places the two routes on more equal terms.Passengers and attain competence in a few years.: customs, and told how fast Kgypt: was \progressing : M c it IT it i A i. c\ sis,

1L can leave Jacksonville by rail The Irish laborer looks upon\ three things as : in the elevation and education\ of MACHINE; SHOP. "-

I and be transferred in an hour to the steamboat ( the most d leslrabolc-hzIo pig, his. cow, and his her women. Agriculture, he said, \\'111f f far WOOD COFFINS" ,
behind (the age, although the natives! along;
. at this place in the evening, and with garden )lat'h. The )perennial garden patch t the Nile had been instructed III the art of In loi'ocwooc.llllIut: and other woods.I'mlcrtukcr.s' .

(the comfort of a good ..tatC'.rllolllllllll well- \\11111.114111'1'1)" his family with healthy bringing out the immense: productions that

served meals be III Savannah) to breakfast: (food not excepting his: favorite )potato, although the land was capable of. They sctmed to ( OOciN.
to follow the customs of i their fathers T, MURPHY, I'nol'ItUTCIH.:
: : :
prefer ,
thus Jacksonville\ the chance of both t he would. be to the
giving likely"soon )prefer I .
in (this matter. He( gave us a grand! description Masonic and other Emblems: Shrouds: und
l lines, each\ having Jacksonville as its objective sweet potato, the turnips! and the greens!!, of localities in the Holy( l md. I His I account Robes.EMBALMING: .

: point. It takes now about live hours togo while the pig and the cow would grow fat of a war with the .Abyssinians

and him the luxuries mush people that had never been 'o"ItH'rl'II-WII4 DONE.Bodies :.
by mil to Jacksonville: from Fernandina ; give ami milk.We .
very interesting. Tiring finally of his stay STEAM: ENGINES: :i. SUGAR: MILLS. AND I
it will take by direct route about one hour. have in tho :State; many industriousand : in Kgypt: i he sought his resignation: a year ALL KINDS: OF MILL I MACHINERY exhumed for removal.! Safety( guar.
A deal of for Jacksonville successful Irish farmers. Let them furnish but the anteed.FURNERALS.
great freight comes and half: o. ( Kh'Ilin'l'noft'rtl'llhilll BUILT( OR REPAIRED.; :
by vessels!: to Fcrnandiiui. This! freight the Irish newspapers and emigration( to remain which ho did for, six months( lon : h: attended to.Onll.t1I .
I It' then left military service desiring by mail or telegraph will receive
the new road be quickly and cheaj- committees with fair and un'ullrl'llotatt',
can, by -
now (the sweets (that a private life only can Fl iT.CLASSVOiU'oI.tNSI! I I" prompt attention.
|Iy put down in Jacksonville, thus: giving ments of their own experience as farmers: III afford., The general declared himself!\ a loverof .;ZU-Remember that I am opjiosed to high

that city tho advantage of two ports instead Florida and their opinions touts: advantages: our government. That he had: opportunities AM STRICT PUNCTUALITY is THE RULE. prl('('!!.

of one. and greater facilities in sending of as a home for their fellow-couutryinen. The to ttlldtho (' of all nations, and (that OFFICE: :SiNimuj; .? A( HOYT'S OLD STOCK,
neither mona'rchy.empireor! despotism could Orders fn> distance will receive careful jan4 SECOND
\ and receiving freights. It would seem that cheap }price of lands: the mild climate and compare to that of his native America-that : and prompt attention..e _'_

these new roads were all built in aid of the accessibility of this State, point out Florida ours: was truly the best that the sun ever s..l.au."S: SAM

interests of Jacksonville Every increased as every way desirable. The Roman Catholic ; shone on, and that by his oath he woulllMW'Ur SHOP : BAY ST., NEAR TilE SHIP YARD VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION .
to strike down mail who would BY
facility, every new steam 'vessel every now Bishops! in the northwest are already proclaim, himself King in any America. dec7-tf Jacksonville! Fla. '.! out of the Circuit Court, Fourth

railroad line contributes( to enlarge the .passenger moving in ('- )I'eruotI.Lmo with (the Catholic Colonization ----0.------- _.... -.. .___ -- .-_ ----.- Judicial' Circuit, in and for the County of
Nassau, Florida, in favor of Sanborn lloyt
7 and freight business terminating at Society, to provide homes for them (.\lUn'I.: tV KAIIXIIN: G."I'U'", ,t: Co., and against James lAnk it( Sons, I

Jacksonville. The suggestion of this rail- in Omaha, Nebraska and lInlll'foIotUi'laol' have levied ujxin, nnd! will olfer for sale at

road I stopping the appropriations for improvement Moore, we hope will exert his: i Influl'm' to H ARDWARE: :, )public>> (luh'fin front of the Court I House

(itS the St. Johns liar is as farfetched bring a portion of this immigration into in the City'of Fernandina, said County of
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS Nassau on the first Monday in April, 1880,
as it is fanciful and will and can Florida. being\ the Fifth day of said month. nil the 1

H have no more effect UJHHI it than the construction )- 7'111ClCMU Jtusi\L'S.S. I'aiiits mill Liibriruliug; Oil*. L IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.CARRIAGES ;. in right the title und! interest James Leak it Sons

of f Waycross: road, and in fact following described real und personal
Commencing Home years since at Key RED C ..U'ET011.. A SPECIALTY.Srscut :: AND WAGONS prc>i>erty, that is : Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 nut! 3-t. in
for if the effect of road is
I' less the'uiytross West the block number 4 l
: by immigration of Cuban cigar toeing in the City of Fernandina.
to substitute that railroad as a means: of accetis makers, this businos has now extended it. To and from Steamers and Trains. County (If Nassau, "Florida together
and from Jacksonville for with the steam saw mill, fixtures and
I 1 ; passengers machinery -
self to Ja'kscltJ'iIIIIllll1\ "'U11't1'r "
HAULING on said lots
AUEXTS FOB and the water prh'iIt'll'll
and freight and to do away with the .steam :
I proportions. The subjoined article from the whatttc.:: ., therewith appertaining.
: vessels now plying to Jacksonville, (the 4t.j Brrrze FOR BILE : Terms ca-sh. PETER
1 gives an interested statement of this MARVIN'S SAFES: CONE;,
j Johns! bar will perhaps be deemed[ of less business in that city : HORSES, BUGGIES: HARNESS, 27-td Sheriff Nassau (Juunt).. Florida.A. .
importance than la-fore. MARVIN'S ,
\ Ol'R ( zz.uo I"ACTORIEfew since
i i'l' hope i to see all\ enterprises calculatedto this city could boast of hardly half a dozen (Price $1.50.) ,

develop the' country, open up its! advantages cigar nukers. It is! true there were a few retail WOODEN JACKET: SHIPPING I I CAN.ISTOVES TEItMS( C.\ II."tS,;
facilitate its exerts and increase its stores in the city wluu-e proprietors with Q.ROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER,
the assistance of probably one or two IIIl'n. ;l1-0ftke anti Stable-First Street near
population achieve a full measure of success.We -
mlillufu'hlrl'tll1l'"rthm of the cigars for the !
; : : : TIXW.ln: DEALER INProvlMioiiN
desire prosj>erity for Jackson ville, for Fer- retail business, but so far as a factory was ----------1 Broom Street. "harf.. ._ ._ -t9-tf
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I., nandina for Tumpa and for Gainesville, and (concerned I. such a thing was not thought; of. Liquors, Etc.
:NoLthere are two extensive and several jSO-Tin HIHfinuutl/ (Guttering by skilled WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr.,
I for all our growing towns.: How Jacksonville -
smaller factories here, turning; out from :300- workmen at low rates. -
I can be made n way-station on a roud 000) to 400,000 cigars i'er week, and enipltoy.lug ENERAL NEWSDEALER AGENT FOB B. F. _\YEnCOo'S PLOWB.CEXTBK .
I built to reach it as its terminus and! objective ;toO or 400 cigar makers to say nothing GO WEST B\v STREET, G

: point tmrpasMt our comprehension.WASIlltURX of the small army of strippers and other at- BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, -
I I taches. Bo .ides this the Prol'et of a great JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I

>S CASE. and early increase in this industry in thU Dealer iu Fancy Articles, STREET
city are bright; In.lt'<'t1. The demand for cigars Sign of the Golden Stove. :!' -tf

I The majority of the Committee on Klec- manufactured here i is constantly: on the -- CENTRE;: STREET, FERVANDINA, FLA. 52fl FERNANDINA FLA.S. .
: tions rei>ort that over l00! cases of open uuzerea-t'. This is to be attributed to the MIIS. ANNE t'LAKKK,
t before them cood reputation these Jacksonville goods: KITZIIWOLLER
I bribery have been pn'\"l'tl to +
lecture Frames Brackets
have al'tlllrl'tluhroi\4I} and also the prompt' Shelf I'apers ,
have l been committed by Washburn! member attention to orders and strict business integrity rpIIIRD) ST., 11....... (CENTRE .ALACHT, Limps\ Croquet Sets, Hand Glasses Combs,

f I of Congress from 1I111U' uta. They seemto of the manufacturers. We totla"l'uhli1a Brushes, etc. Pajx'teries in great variety. : FLA.lUack
have a Yellow Bluff Archer Precinct an account of the two principal miutnu. FERNANDINA: : : \., Also Sewing Machine Necdljs, Oil, etc. JACKSONVILLE. .
factories, which will be of interest. to our Clipper) Inkstands 75 cents. _
No. 2 in his District, as it is stated that at readers
; the town of l'rocklitou there were but eighty Huu.Co.'" F(1'tRY.-Thiis i is one of ""'I. D. DITIIVEE? Silk, 90 c., warranted all silk

live 1 legal voters, but there were 258 votes cat, the largest factories now in the city, and is
i EXERAL: COMMISSION: UHcil.\\T. The best $I.cth: Mlk in
working over one hundred practical the U. S.
the greater part of them being by nonresident cigar Choicest .Fruit ami Vegetables, G-
i-1 makers. Me.rs. Huau it Co., are now mak
railroad: hands who were each j paid lug 150,000 cigars per week and their ordersare % CENTRE ST., SEAK K. 1!. DEPOT, Summer Silks at 50 c., 60 c. ; best 70 cU.

voting for Washburn. One Democratic such that they will, in about two weeks ..
c. ; fancy at 25
I was bought up to supi ort Wash. add! to their workmen about f'lrtmure cigar FEHNANDINA, FLA.Hay c.
newspaper makers. The growth of the bu-inebs: of 500 Blue
1 bum for f2jO, and a Democratic sjnsaker this linn hl811l't'1l KO rapid as to be almost BlUa' Garden Seeds:f. Flowers, Farm and Corn, Oats. Flannel Suits at $G to $12.

who had been eakinjj for Donnelly, hU remarkable. Last ,winter a room thirty by Garden Implements. 7 tf l-tf Money refunded if not satisfactory. [2i-t



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[ IHHOH.SEMIVVEEKLY.. Steamshiptth., COJ/JIIllCI.tlh 1\Ill'S1'1'Itltl. 1.\'IIIXI': ii. j. U.t l( tai: .\ into.,
This fine Brili"hll'nl1pr.; :; ("apt. li( \VtUK8.il \: .
rernnmHna/ .lru "krt.
: <'OI\111\anlil1t!, camp tutu port on the :Lth.: .

-------. ---- ---- from ('"rIHn: "'nh'-, rnr Ncllirk.. She ('UlmIX':11 VVFI-.KI.Y\ VVM. i t. \VVTKV.Spirits : ; it. POND. 1'Komir.Tou.

FKRNANDINA: FLORIDA.[ ; hroujrht) o\cr a cargo> of railroad iron to New Turpentine' 3S fij( ;IS} 21i: Pearl St., New Yorlt.NfKVnfRKHS .
York J lo-in.! i-ommon !strained..... .....fl:! 2.i: (',: 1 inTaf. )
and rime from there in h ihIa4t She *
''jTt'1111.1) .. in market.
; M.iiiciiAW./ :
i i. of 7H tonshiirthen I'lO/ feet long lii fi et Crude Turpentine' ............ ..none Market: :Shop: isitlatclih1111at: ('I' walk west of Depot,

I ll.C/ Il'TJO.Y. ?i / /;/: .I.VAT.V. hold, huilt of iron all Itartlepool, \vithn\ery (C'"ltoll-'a Island i in the seal.. 41} Ci)1 3 M r \:' ; Of
larwi-arninaeapacity! l hl'loIh''k.. She i is JACKSONVILLE( :, FLORIDA.:
' iilMiut 'i\ >'ears.ld. On lur reeetit fVriirtiutfiirt" Itetatl .11(1 t'1Vt.
Ili' here f."full iiheit a Vr... / to New ; pa44lrte
'I ; "l //,<' Yorkhe: eiieonnterederv, \ heavy OUJUtXTKn' : HY Mns.Ct.VtKV% 4 .
{m( ('i1'' ', tnnlir tlifir/inri/r tf Mr. }11\'\ /' M VM'KVrTtlJHl OK
.... .A/1., trio, n'Hlrcrchr itl">3rri>ilnni; iiilirrHsrninit'inml HW/ ticularly off' the (Ile'vhlllr Hanks, hilt vojajre inado) ;and the h par /ViiVr, InVwiYi, \','!, 'tnltlef, (i vlliir (finwa; pas..ng IRON: AND} UKAsS:; CASTlNiS( ,
fur the )! tnunt.i I/lIrl Ii'/'"i /II.I'flll / (' almut as 'I"idI" the lamer! MeanHiips! : \1:11 IT.\: 1tt:
/('1.. (tic; ]>ii>irr 1)111111('. and vvithciut 'mi'hap. :She; ha" been hentof.ire Potatoes, per] h".h,1.$1 t 4'1i5d' (!. : I ;)H I
enjrnired, in the ))I'II1I'rllra trade: earrying :OWI't't; t Potatoes, per' 1.u,hel. ;.;(i-I NCahhage 0 ,
1'0.0"-011'' rum and !' has ball ( hundred.U) 0\.1.1:11( ,: ) W i
/ AofiYr.Ofrr >ti ar very fortunate thus : per ,
I far althniiu'h! \! in her v'uyage'bcture! the I li-t: Onions, l'l'r'l"art.' ........ ...... ...... 10f.il; \ no) : Dwellingand Ceintteries<< / latest: design. 111.1\lil: : 1'111:1: : 1/t1111: :, 4

J//lI'-t.'rom i :he Iiist all her I (C'I''a bushel..... ......... 1 :
/ / M.IMI:' .\. M r. to :.no/ ) r. M. ho.its. Site: ; has:, aeeomniod.i-( : per 7-X4( 2 \till 1 also have the large-t assortment of I.\-
Money Orders :and Kesri-tercel; Letters from tion f fur a tew rabin passemrers, hut i Nmainly: I :Tomatoes: per' '. 0 (H>(.n U HOTurnipi ) : : : PAT TURNS in the :State; and
X.no.v.; u. to hoi:/ '. M?; mill| !from :i.'nor.: I. illh'IIell'llli'r tarr.ving freight.) She. will he i I per Immli. .......... ....... (.i', 3EI .I Il'IIISlIY cats till "" order without ( .
"tI1I1Y paities
to3.:50t: >. loaded I hv he 1'lIll'rl'rlli i tiny.hug (Under Formula ofCh'o. 15. Forrester.)
: M. Sundays from commercial house
lu.50)::; to 1 11an.\: 1I.t) :; I'lt'I. ) for the extra'expense\ : of pattern:
M. and 3:11:: 0 to t0::! r.: M. ofr.. Liwtey, with cotton seed! for the Apple\ *, per bn-hel. 2 fltl@ ::1 lH) My Mac.bine' shop i is fund-bed with the I

ARRIVAL AM: PHMimiti: 0.' Till': M' \ILs..tierfhrrl I rnited, Kingdom.Although ; Manhnas! : ]per hundred, ............ ." 11t1)(;.ii 5 IK). latent i improved tools, which enable: myworkmen
Mull the foreign; trade: is in its incipinicy / ) Cocoannts, eadi: ( !ln'<) 1 1.> to turn nut work with the greatestdespatch
-Closes Arrives daily" at" too>::: ) .\. M. Ire ,'lIa\' look forward, to its .h'ael111.. Lemons, per hundred, .............. :X t 11t1>(ft 1> I 11111) \ and at the lowc-t t rash piuc.Agent Pninounced 1 by Orange n irovveiN the very

.'lJltf/'rrn .1/'lil-\rri\' ,::1:0111'' ;: ) \\ >t. crea-e; and the) arrival of foreign steamers to I Oranges, per hnntlrrd.:1:5 (m(0)11M> ) for the W.\TEtTOW.n: : \ :; ::.\ I
( this
{ ;:{o ,
Closes : r M'M. port heeome' a regular thing. UI.TKY. iN li 4 INI I I.:: CO., and\ 1 turni-h. I their! 1NilNKS. -
to'H\( ) .
St. if/1 riff nii'l Trailer's Illll, .1/"il-: Chickens, ............... :1.i ell 10\) ( ;:;. P.OILPRS::; anti SAW-MILLS at Ha

Arrives Tuesdays, and rrid.ru at :L'5i: ) c InieresthInfrntattou.. Chickens, Mall-grnlvu) :20(id :!.'> venshortest notiiA1snIl'1)rlN'S I '. lied ..Hanaro lor the Orange 'I'r.-r 4

Closes )I 'nulal'snnil'1'tursdays! at S.UO!: ) .p.. M.t 11'e subjoin) reports just received from/ ev- Ducks) !grown, per pair............ 1 (nni; ) 1 .'."> ;: ) CPLIIURATP.DSTP.AMJOYKRNORS : : ) : I
.s'1. Manfin.., OH/I// : \ y I. oral 1 loealitiis! along; the Transit Itailroadgiving : E: t"l'r do/en 20 IC f!' 23:: ((; ) ; :: and KNOWL1X: STKAMPPM : I '

Artivcs )io11layil,11N( ( Jeese, each..... ...... .......... 7"i'i.C 1 (1"1 I PS' ; !kept' (con-tantly. hand, tI sold I l
Tlmr-day at s.no: ,\. St,. the area planted, vegetahlei. and (
I : .
Tup-days, and, (iuincas: :Ind. ,VTurkeys I at Manufacturer: (: : prices, freight; a.jdrtut'('. -
.... .vv..cun,. .' '. Frida.vs- at 2'I: :: > r. M. Orange t tries : each..... ...... ..,. I Wa 1 :23it'Trltlati For further information I'rire List, I'ata-
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11'I81'48t'IU1).i.Si: : I. There about .".0( louMic) ('II' address, 1IL 1; POND) ,
( 'Ion Tuesdays; \VI'.ln('-lhlys, I are acres planted in early: : II\T". ?
Vcgetahlesin) the ncighhoilmo'dof 1 1' O. l P.ox, ::3113.; Jacksonville, Fla.
Fridays] and'I :Satunlav'* at 2"iO::: I'. M J. P.roiisiin. inmudjate Ueef: ; Tennessee. 1n(-a I HP.eef -

_SAM'L) T. RIDDPLL.) 1'. 5l 1. in this region More than attention vegetahles.)given,,". Crops to cotton are : ; Florida 3.n: ( 10llIlton ii. i:. oTTiitrit: : roititisTiif.s: : 'CUII-I.I''I'I: )1\-

I in tlniiiishing! ; ciindition.Col. 10ii) Is1'urk. Miitr.s; ,
LOCAL I UKKLKCTIOXS. ("i i 1 10Sausage (I
:'Hiipman.; Lawtey, there aresct
: out in the !!1'0 ves'at that: rl'l"'I.t. !IKKI I) eight; :: i t fI 1 l"n.oru -I.41 J l'.RXANDlNA, ]FLORIDA: i

The r.ayre year old trees ; //.fllIlI' i) .j\ \','iI' old! trees ; IlI.OIl'II .- KITH: : IT: (" j| .

Formerly the l famous: Mohmrk/" of the {Ignite, < ') four\ year old trees ; lil./NI( ) two year old Hran and )1iddliug4per,! 100) Ihs. 1 ::,0t 1 /10() m\tru: : IN Fou I KvriiY: /: FVKM ('1'01',
(reas. There are about :-"i") acres( o'f newly Corn )hu-hel, to) .
( 1 (
r13 I}
States :service" i is now in She N Pitt I'mlinII
pott. underlie l'll'.lrl'IIIII'l: All the improvcnu' denote o j Gio/'el'leM
Flour barrel
jier) : 8 Mi.) U'MI' )
( coniniand: of Liplltl'lIalito.1I11'1 y. thiift., and -how that: our !ll'lIll'illll'nl: ,l to lIa\: per inn) Ihs. 7."tc !IN)

' 1 -- .-. icmain ill PlniiiLi. Iallof our southern: I Hoininy, )per barn-I) ..... ............ (;9 .1 I 7" AMI Prepared: on t seiontilie principle to produce
The Hen the i\ farmers:; / are\ ]pulling' I i ; in 1II"n' i-otton! and I corn Oats: per bushel. (.i1 SO t

:Since; I the I rain i of Monday the brother.. has i Col.!than: ever )hi fore and feel conlidr-nt IIf-ttl'l'Cl: I lee, )jierton (it,10 00 PROY1SIOXS.I I a large > ield per acre ,

Sliipmaii\ : thinks the l"Jlllllr.11I1I'e. Ice, per lot)) Ihs. (.a, 7.">
Icen delightful\ in ourl-land I'rol.1
city ; 1",01 1 utterly I permis I than ever hdi Il'l'.

breexc;( no dust, and a ht'Iglit'1111:< have; The acreage; planted in vegetahles; near
tilatiodrtvingtulil w'atkingdlightfal. I .\I'dll'r. i is e-timated at 1II11l''e, ;! in ciieum- I A.OltI> 8.VA.V('i::. 4 Customer'* can:/ rely upon" getting; (C1UHCF) : ::

\ i. )her-i. "Inn aens! in hean4'i' acres in (tomato-: ,;, l: IT OIDAI\ID) : ) : MY TIM: COMMON( ) -
L" d I rH' 1i,1".. and ,lu acres in watermelons./ Crops t two Ei('oll'lI'itOtill'/ City of Pcinandina : (d'OODS) nrNI'I'11INII A 10, Dr.vini: ix:
I weeks talker: than la"t season, and I verypromiing. Si.c.: I. That for the purpose' of defraying,
The ludieof, Old) Town are l li'ildimra fair\ I
tharxKU4's) of the City (inveriiincntj PRIMi: : AdRICPLTURAI: : (CIIKMKJAIJ: : *
at the :shop rcccnly occupied' I I l.y. 11 Ir. Mc- i .\ l'orfl'O:
Kenxie at the font' of :;1.1)' ) ;acres planted: /in ylgCtthll4w'itlllll! a radius II I'or sanitary purposes..>_'.OIlO i IHI Stl .\'AMMONIA: ,
of the Pair is to raise; funds fur, (lie I of llm-e miles of II;iaincsv'ille I the truck For City onicers'salaries. l.x.'omOHice :! ) are .kept.. in stock.

erection of a "eliun/ in Town.Ve tru-t, ., from/ vvhuh will hI' shipped' from/ this depot: I I."t. :-tationery and fuel,..... Id) )II") .
the ladic41vi11 lie successful in their enterpricnnd !I if -ea-ons continue favorahle.: Ahout' one I For rot of street, lamps' mateiial, I JIO\C'IU: la.: IKM'SK. XITRATH: SODA 1

he : half& uf I this i iin tom.itoes: one quarter each: I for lighting the :same. /loo no) .
wl'lIl'.llrolliI"1.' ;( I!. in heans ,and, cueumhers.: Tomatoes yield l I Allowances! for uii |aid taxes.......... ."iiioooIiuidental ) ,I )IY j MRS. III FI'IN11'1'0\< SUPKR: : : PHOMPHATH: : 1.IM12 I:,
The Pair will clo-e this
etiling.. I ahoiit :;dNl liiisJiels per acre ; ciiciimhers/ !UN) exjieiise.s, including\ legal I )
to LiM'" ) liii,,,hels! per acre, according to land di-hur-ements\ .. /1IIN3,; !i I Cotixr.uor PIMMI: : POUSYIII ruIIrll.: ;
Jtepnbllean .lolluutlons. and! cultivation., There i is ahout H> acres ill For mads; ; and bridge; :'Sim;I INI) SPLPIIATK I : ( POTASH( 1 1NI'r1L
The following were nominated, hy l melons ; (the .yield vv HI he from( NMI) to I.IHNI I ,1u'li"on" ille. I'la.
persons inelotiH to the acre. .;:; ; .:: ::, I
the Republicans: of this city fur! city ofilccrs,: : I I'II'YfIIlS I I Sic.'J.:" : II,' it further ordained, That;'0'. ,.;"for"" ;, TIRMS: ; (I01.iOXII >"_.OO/ PIR: ; {DAY, \'l'I:01':: ) POTASH. I'J'

:Mayor-C. A. Haley.Clerk /: llin-iidlns In the rtlij the ply: 1I1l'1It' of the aforesaid appropriations' I Ii
Tn.a"lIrl'j'-WIII.\ I.'. \\'.1. Jr. I .Mart. the -lIill of one per cent he levied, \ and col t- i According to Lm-ation( of Rooms.rnins : Ml'RIATII' : : OF POTASH, '
Mar-hal:: and, 'olll''lor-TIII'IIl'r{ ]Dulin..'. let'ted 1 I __
rand( ; dearingout ale for the 'next thirty. upon' the asscs-cd valuation of the :
Assessor: -. -. I Edll'lI. t lays All the entire gi: "tsl4nuty) on hand: lit taxall'I'fol""I\, ) t of( this city, and l ti4.l'-h all'nt WIILI.-KNOWN 1 IIOFSK)( :: : I is cix-: SFLPHATi': :MAdXIVIA; ,
I .
Francis II. P. Middle-} I
ton, Danitl IJaxter; Rav: )Dolanv., Koinain: ay immense sacrifice, on account .I' retiring' I lea.st of rile! aforesaid' tax or levy' shall h(' -L t rally located', and having i been/ renovated / ,

C Crilih, F. (C. u t I rcr. John L. ( lay.1'tu4\ fC 1'd, I Irom hn. -iut'4s.' M. !IOVV.XIY.Peh. "; (payable) in currency. of the Fnitcd Statesiovenrnient. : thro'ughoiit will he kept as a lil':>ot-dl": '* HULPHATi:: OF SODA.roaa () ) I -r:
I (
::II. house. The1 Proprietress', having had expeiieiiee I.
1.1 SI: :(. .'5. The Collector of '
Some More for Ibis tity
/ both North and South
.. / will :span SIrieltl Pure ( l Iloao. 1
I'ec't'l. .
Many i lot ordered I to receive. when ;
( tendered in
Of thoss nice Preiii\ I roadi-h.ith and pay no ii.dns for the comfoit/ of her patrons" in
Our h.irhor" presents a gratIIving.prrt( ode\ I TWl''III'oal"; -till on hand, and will he I .sold mint of the above tax ) any outstandingor I making/ the house home-like us any in/ tin. "
'i he.1'ck4t") ll1 wharves: are tilled with vcsscls 'i nut much helow co-t, byart :> ] or warrants" upon I the! Treasury the ; c.il ,.. :::.1.1 I'XCaa.
H M. PoWXM") l'ilfi'r' one half the amount of tax: due or oureircul.Lrs give full particulars, and aremailed IJ
aiKPmauy/ lire unihortil nut.i'ithii/ ] pa.vahle by any pcr-on so tendering pay ,t ,\; Patti\1): flee to all applicant., Till'will intcrcst I

an hoiiror-oon/ Piid.iy! 11I''II lIlhl'1'1; CITV or Pi',KXVMUVV: March/ :i. IINI. ments of tax. hut no bonds or coupons upon ( / you if you are/ interested! in Agileillture L

(1ht./ 1!if HrMji'liHi, .,.'l,. ./u/ur.ruitl; : I.llIt Proposals are invited for the .scavengerwork !bunds, or t'tillpolls detached I from any bunds, I ) AKIRS' : ; AND, CONFF'CTIONF.RS( ; :: ;, / or. 4)ulisgeCnllure/ .. l.Vlim.
that have { -- -
heretofore -
ed the(!epot wharf.,( : The lla: ,:"'s on all the | ..I'! the City of I Yrnandina, for twelvemonths in / !been is iicd, shill. be /received ) 1
commeiuing' ; April! l,t, lAlso l- tI. payment ut'uny tax. ru'n't/ i': Till: 1'I.CUUn.\
vc-scls were living'd'ath at Irilf-ma-t: / t in eonsciiucnco I I liids, fur reinovin, night) soil for thepace Su' I.I Tli'e Collector shall proceed to he t I i
or! tIll' Captain Kortlcpel' (collection taxes under this otdinamc '
I Iit'.ri'eIl months thllliI'it lil'111'l'rlcM1gmrs' and Tohacros
1141! .
\ I-t. ;
ofllll' "hark( : Thi'ftKii, who died of c >numption I Uonds will) he' r\"lIlin'ol.'r! faithful; April '-', Iylat, width time' the taxes loviedas I fllOWX IMPROVKMF.Xr: : : (COMPANY
in/ the .i'tvtllirtlyear of his; u,(e. His i ] fore-aid-hall be due
a and shall cause
I (' ti'thr! TOYS( ) AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings )( : .
luuer.d t"iok pl.iiv! yesterday; 'inorniiu" fioni)' |I w'urk.'F.. KVIMI I're..ih'lIt.I notice of such
the. PoNnipal. ;hurfh./ : j j I K.: I O. FitiKM':: Clerk. lished in Mime new-paper of the tity ten Entertainments: / Picnic*,
days, prior tll.\ l'ril 2, /lfo.Sn1. .
furni-litd" thc :.IIlIrll--t notice, at roc'k-bot-! IVraaadiaa,
Church Services Tu-M
I i inTiifivx: : lev.! Dr.) J. I If. Myers' at collection of taxes for city purposes' : is -uspemliil AMPL'S! ( 1I.\I; ( JoHY.: 'I'ouns 011 1C. 1C. Lice<< 4
KoMo.Nr: 1I rrtL:/ -.\ W White and wife) h 1 until April :2, isso.) ,
11 uVloek I
a. in., iiiul" 7I:!" j p.5I n>. C'I'/lll'l'/ Street t ,
Mi>White., Cev! 'i'land, Ohio ; A W Limh; SEr' (U. The Collector! of 'I'tisew.lua11 '
:\! :rnint4'r-I.: J. Atkins at 11 u'dneka on or I :!:'t I I 01'1'.01.11'/ .1 O. lluilding.A. / Anil ( .'dur lOlFcr ." .
llanniliitl Mo I U (C Martin ,
: ; Maryland ; K: hefiire.lprll' :2, I.SKO), furnish (to the Treasurer
: in., aiul 7.T: 1) 1'. 111.H. Tttom. and) wlf".J I M ( iour wife and of the I
111111. city a list of all persons vvho have \ OIUU\: .' \ (!I': Ii
.. J.\X \TllOl.w-I\! : J. O'lioyKat. iU-hmiiiiiond: ; MrsUI I )1) Jo'Il'tI'1I1'r, Mrs I F 1 II! paid I tax for the year H7!). which li-t shall I
t 10\1)< :{ i a. 'in., ami I 7/11:::'> |1'. 'in.insopvi. (illative, Masters' lid; and .\ ( ;ll-tir, Pinn- contain, the name.: of sort persons' a description ;j ill .\ tJ1'1": ': FIRI; :: ORDINANCI: ) ( :. i

: .-Kev.: <(). {1'. Thaekara. at 11 svlvania ; CK I !Dutton.) Live Oak, 1 Fla ; I U (8 I, of the proierty| on wldl'lll1I.1t person ,I .J_. tie it iiril'ilneil. That tiirin and I I lo LCHSCCM and Purchaser n largenumber
oVl'M-k I took, Penn-ylvania l ; 1 F l' Jermany( ; ', Savannah has, paid': } tax, the amount and tharaiter alter the passage: III' this ordinance/ thatownerof
a. nl., and 4'i::;|) p. 'in. idnc''cloment-on' /: WIIII.h'lIlI1ilolillg* within the lire : ) of the most eligible and ,desirable
1 ; > Mrs Henry Clementmi of III'ril'! received from such ill
( )III Halter Minday/ at St. Miehuol'Chiiivliin ; In',-'I"II James Smith 'Pnu. ;. of person! pay- limit he permitted to it pair their building; l .
; ; hkeepie. ment tax ami/ t the amount (if any) of t ots:l. suitable for llu-inc Purpo-cn, or fur
this city, the niiMiwill he order the with .shingle; and weather boar ling, provided
N Y ; Hinton I K: llelptr, ISriinswii I J-:: money rt't'itetlfrom such in
skillful: dirVetion of :Mr.\ .\. I'i,kt'tt. At the 1 f 11 Kearns/ Philadelphia' ; It S :-tit-kllllII.: : (II i iIt incut of tax and the Treasurer person of the city h''": YY i4hereby ,:- l that suet repair do not inertuist/ the iity orHubiirhan Residences
ni ,rning.erviee" will he jrivi'n : Kyrif, lSt'ri Stetsonteainshlp! ( '}/ iif .liiffiu ; O J ordered} to set! one-third, of ,
./.lijnr />,.i J/' :'irl'i, Ulli JAt*", t'I''>l Muith, U'lirec'ter, Mass ; Jo-hna\ Wil-on, all money and scrip IJl'rl'lllfllrpai..] in fursatd parts conHicting / (upox) IASY: TIKMS.::
)liveningI; 1't''pcr. ISa'timore; 11 Hall St Paul J 1 II: taxof / 1.J'
; ; Hrown/ 1 l""j! Inch money and scrip so !...... ttNruluhrelutiug2IhsJanuary
Mrs J i is! IIrllwlIIi.; : 'Urovvti/ C M ltrilvnaul set apart -hall he refunded} iimn| It"l'l'r ap l : IHs<11.) Liberal( Discount, on Value allowed to
The ', j Approveil and adopted February I1*, IM.
Sholtge'ivq -I'nalll.tlllltll: ; J IS Hrnwn, Canton, ]plication to the persons rl'l'pl'l.tin-lr vvho
Florida not only exc-cN in rai-ing; plants (Ia; ; J Meares I : New York ; W I' Phniing, the same in. I I Il'aill T.'KVDD. parties! engaged In manufacturing/ or i ml no-

dependent, on the air 11II,1plalt., in the .oil, Cliarle-tnii ; HJ;, W Thraver, Hurlin/ tini, SvA.7. lie it further urlatrted'Plitt, tin I :2" \'t ; John llarh-ton, South Carolina ; Jiihiiriner ordinance' adopted I'ibru.iry IS( 1SSO, "icgii- I
but cai-ries on exteniveuhmarine/ plantations ( ; KM: :>; : .\11"11111/11.! I altimore ; buiis/ latin the rate of ''creeutage to lie' collectedon I C'CU.I.la.: I: erly purchased tuib.-tantal! 1'1'111'f f

which} form the productive inttre-t of J P.ucki! New York! ; John Lldl.luilll'! : ; N city taxes for the Jcar: 1,47t!) and making I 'ixUR( YOLTNS LAIJlI':"; I for. residence, or in width to conduct
Mime: portion of our State. Of the extent ( i Uhum.: MianP lul'! ; J.LS :S; F.IJi.. : -" S IIPav. appropriations thertindcr." 1111,11111 nnlinanccs I
Ma... '/hu-ett'* .\ II :Munn and wife f business.ixnmMixTs.
J< ; or part* <> onlinance in conllict with
and value of this illllI'! -try our reader" can AT 1'TRNAXDINA) FLA.
Lo'ui-ville, I Kv ; Payette Kruwii/ MriindMrsi I /: this ordinance/ are Jlt'rd\ repealed. M'ANUPAtrn'KPRS
) :: : TO I! ( -
in part judge; ]by the following! ) a tl'lII I'll t 13 i K: 1).I.r!: New York : J II Hilbert'uriul-; ; Adopted. 1 March: 17, l 10.! I .

1'n.ni our Krl"'t conv-pondent : /nah : .M t \\' ]Jiarrett: and wife, :Miss lay Har- T. KYDD A Tlioron li KiiKlNIi: Iucation.: by exemption ''ir rllt'rlll of years from

KEY WK.-T March : J. rest, Ma-tt-r Jimiitie/ ISarrett, Mrs/: t KH I I. iet-y, _JJ-lt:!: President of Council.: I I cities
I taxation by the wvcrul ( and/ (
:Mi-s i Aim I I.a.'ey Miss Ph.ience/ Turiur
Still: no r.I IOn'r JJ55IH1':::) | worth ofsixti : ,
). e was -old at auction alit; week ; onlyuliout ]Lincoln, 111. IMIOCXAMATIO.V.MAYOIM: i I INC Sjurial;. Midtcand advantuxexln I PUKMH.;;/! PAi.xn.suand:' Ditv\v- town Apply' to *

Olll'-t hir.) of the ve-sels in. :M mey J1.1 II.1't1i111 OrriiK:, i I For Circular/: addres i1'0Il11'1' C'"r. )hew h t 'jth lit..,.., Fernandina.Ki.tr .
i Is generally ea-ier than it has been for two PKRVVSHIXFJA..,, March '.', 1I'It.I i Jr.v.{ J. H. MYKRH.: : .
years: mil con-c-nience. of excellent result of ,,,, I ...... ,
"J'le"'HII Xotiie is ]hereby given to the iiuliliiilvoters 1'ernandirTa Fill.i --- --
reeent ti.-hing. Over OH' ve els atel'lI.tal',1 --- -- -- -- .
sponge uf the city of i ., T It Y '6-
tills nturkctThe Mil./ II U .\TFK.Sunlav IVrnandina' that thw I #
in the buinefir
; cargo: of one! alter! a -i v wc.'kV trip .old March ;2!..th"'M !JJj: .\. M. 9:13! : : r. M. Anmud/ lllcctioii: for olliccrs/: of i.aid Citv will I ('OIIlX: IIItO'1'llEItti'I'II'ITIu11t :
llu!. work for Mon.lav. Jlh..JUUS:! : : v. HU:! P. :*. I be licit! on )1!"III Jay. the Fillh day <*f :April. i
$;!.IOII. Tiie"day, ;; ''tli.1O.W; ): *. M. Il:::i ... :M. IS-MJ, at the City VninHl' / Uooiu: on Tldnlhtrwt ( 1\ \LOHMAXX'S:\ (
'ln-tvveen the hour of $ A. :M. and I .. .
( oi-enior n'U/cur lleorala. KXTtKVU.Manh : : sunset on said day. And the following .I D ,It\' CWO) ). HTOIa; ::. /

This d-tingui-hcd:, gcnthman: / arrived) {in : / :il, .... :S.; ( 'it:1Jj Anttin, Mevens, oinVi-rs/: of the city will then and there lie! -I'.tIOC4--
timer hy a vote of a majority of the votes II AMI 4'J:: BVYJacksoatillis ITRJrr: ,
uur city on Thnr-day, his peal; car. I I lei New York,

r.croinpanii.il i ; by IiU bmthtr. I r. Hrovvn Mardi 25,, Sth. ."t* ','. A:('. York.
and several member-. his family, and i is, New larch 2-i S. S.1'illi, lIcH', Xl'Y"rk.. light; AU'KKMKX: i I

ujton/ a trip of observationuid p t 'I'l"IIr". Heexpreses Iarch :: .". t'tum'ie, I 11'! J<> ,."# ,'. ( Inth'lI.l'IJiI.1ldl'lIi.l. One( CITY: CLEKK: and TKEi"rifK:: .
with Florida! One PITY MtBKiiiL and TAX (Jou-wron, I ONLY I'J'Ie.: .; 'rs I'KR: POUXD.
.. himself much ple.i--ed Pcndletoii One .\....onJ)a, IUllEIt.3I'1'( > : hli'LY ..t'I"f1NIED'I'O.Dr : ; .
Mardi :i), I'd.1"'J k"i'j''t. .
and --- -
III' antirjpatc a bright; future for our | enmnlar Jiven under III)' hand and' seal of the city -
and semi-tropical Mate:: ( ;loveruorHrovvn Now Y"rk. the 2d lay/ of Mun'!h. I IHM i .\ It'I'llIaC: ('. 1'081)M
is lar,;elv' intere-te.1 l in the Atlantic i i.ivai: :i> N'OKMAX JJKOU'NSON I II-if AT OLD I I'. !
Man'h 2"J!:S11'1., h. I;'u.11. :SanlitT: I Jarlad' *. Mayor, .
and WtMent Railmad: I iiianiug/ 1tt'IWl'I'1It- I r\K.vn; >T .
TfU.xEK JIl'UXO, ( 'it ;Marshal.Manh --
-' : )
tallt larch :'S!';, : tr. "I.JJuesgt1t'hlarle.tiu. I :
;, and I'hattanoo" a, and has alvvay* 3-tf. U' Ii. HAI'li.MCJHT
a very lii :li reputation for jii.. sagacity: and Fourth M., bit. Centre and .Alachua ,
htl-in-4 J'orc-uht. The We.Jeru and At- JTMHKiv: : .ii.ST. .\ .U.I'U\'I': : i )1 i: T it o i* <> J. J T .\ \ i> i \ i .v <; I Ii AUH.ST,
:Uiutle I K-sse.', tiwik that nud 1 whet it wasuarely i 4'1 tf "'J'H .\XIX'/\) FLA.MASONIC. .III1U.\U| AMI RETAIL
pavingexpn.....--, and by their' h-a-e, SItt'IU't'r Mount. ,R O () 31 :S.Opposite I II
u;,rc.1 l tlJ pay] the state of ( ieorgiu'fJO.. .<*"' : 31 I IIn"'", OtJJjH ( the 1'...OlHtc,) I II ( .-There will l be u regular com- ..1) ITCH} Kit: 'AND HTOCK; DKALIIR: : :,

1 1'1'V year tar t'III .-tin' years, and restore I I tI/u of Amt-liu I>JlIg'l'. No. 47, i AMUDriller
tlit road I in good onler. Thi-! !i.. six h jwrcejit.1I J. W. TIMMJ-OV: of the Ktarsargi- 1111'1. I I H. I HOIJIRK. pjf.fKiCTOK.J'JUVATi i.. 1'. .\: .\. )1., lira Momlay' ..n.ralng. February la Ire.TENN1:451:1 .
,. ,,, and Widte Mi'untaiu- pri(tor.Trainiriit \I. at 7)) iiVIot k fthurp. Tran.ient 'brethren
'U Jive milli ', .f tllar! wa a COUlto *
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.:_ JJI.c:1\11 : : Asa TH.\Xsn: RO.111111Ni110x11 ) ..
$ J Uy.
Itill h..r'.Iill fur the :State, whilf the 1.-''. rat- ;; 1 1'r j are fraternally halt l1 to attend.
1'7; thfr} .knifulto uufat: 'zIIeIt. tyY@: 11I1,1.. itNxulit tt'r111i, ,tlla'le tu tl.... d'..into lllA.U'.l vy, Ihrcreek. I hiE.tosttsLt:. No Patti rar141 1 t(1 1I'. hCOTT' ( W. )1. ) STKEIT 11'II IRr..

} ildp & ''h'I'I U CrI" I suit fu,t0tucrs. 1714'iw Jolts WHITXKY, Het-retary. ( ltf FKKXAXDIXA.: .'1.r 1.\.

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: FL\, March( 10, Il'1ifl.On ,
EG ETAOLt 1SICt WKST: INDIA TRANSIT nnd niter( tins late Train-! on this!' Road t
V will run as foll\ : ---
LIAN, f ( Waldo! llranch) DAY PASSENGER.! : ((1'xnl'1':1'1): : : .\\ .) TltOI'HMI.." .SIIHI-TltOrU'AI: I'UI'IT TIMXS.: nosls.: UIC'I: -

i, IJJM' jI AND IA-IIVC Jacksonville ..................... f ::4JA.M.; ,
tf.Ali* i {1dJ : CUMIJKRLAXD: ROUTE.In ;. leave) Raldwin .......................... I\O! ::!0) A. M I. 1'Ol'111nd -\'I.nCanIX:: : : : .sum. nsnmi ri.owKitixu: IT.VMS.

I .. Leave )take City ..........................lli.'W::::3.t. )1.
? l-/ect( niiniary lit, 1SSO. Leave live Oak.,...... ......... ......... l 1:1111:< p. M. .
mN: EWE 'f 1 Arrive at Savanna! ..................... 1'II.i: v. M.
l :: (nix( KOt'TII.Leave Lf'ave Savannah .......................... $::111'I.I .,11I\,
; Atlanta! (Ga; ........... :!.I.'i) p. M. Leave Live Oak................. ......... 5:53: I'. M. NEW: vxi. (c'JOWI'1:111'11( ( i: : : -:S HII<|I| M| Online) Treew! MADE). : .\ SPECIALTY.j : .

lifts, been In constant 1 :i:\: 'l""' .:, Leave ;flacon ;..!.*> I'. :St.Leave I 1/eave Lake City ............,............. !iIIIII': M. '
> 1",. t." ih'r llrunsvvick, Ga. i.1'( ) ,t. )I. lA'ave Kaldwin( ............................ iII.i:<> I'. M. --

I. use by the public ;! : 'il : Arrive Fernandina, Fla.10.15 A. M. Arriveat.lacksnnviile ................. $<::05 I'. >i. ."'. Semi for Descriptive Catalogue.! .
Leave' Fernandina. .:: ) A. si.
for I / MAIL AND EXPRESS:: : ::;, (D\iiy.) \.IUU1': i. nmwiM.: .
over twenty *
1 : Arrive Baldwin, Fla......... 1.23: I'. J\/.
Leave Jacksonville....................... fr.'M::; 1'. :M.
I and IN thf beat prrianillnnivpr JF:: ifefes, leave Italdwln for Jacksonville1.30: r. M. I I'avc'hitc House..................... 0:1 j:l I.; r. :at. 1 tf JACKSONVILLE.I : :( / : FLA.

I Intrntpcl for JIKSTOK- Arrive JUekMOIuVRICaitll( Route).. :2.33 p. si. !IANIVC Baldwin...........,..,............. 7::1
: Tho Leave Ilnldwin for Cedar Key...... LfiO 1'. si. leave Darbyville......................... 7:25: I'. >i.
INn OKAY IIAIK 10 ITS :1! Stato Arrive Waldo (Junction. R. R) .. t.111'. si. Leave allel<'l.'on.......................... S07; I'. :M. SANBOUN & HOYT\

Assayerand LeaveI'aldo. .t.: u 1'. si.: Ix'ave C Olustee.............................. f<::4.: p. *t. t

YOUTHFUL cOI.onND Arrive Gainesville....................... 5.17 1'. M. Leave )Jt. Carrie.......................... !): LIFE. I Leave Gainesville........ ............... *).:!!!)II'. :si. Arrive Lake City......................... t Sh.'to)::: I'. M. SECOND:: STREET.: : NEAR (CENTRE.WIIOLrsAI.K :.

-- jrwff Chemist Arrive Cedar Key......v. !).30: I'. )I. leave Live Oak.......................... 2:13: A. :M.
/ It fiupplicH tlio natural cf Mass. Trains to Jacksonville and North of Raid- Arrive 'I'nllaltassee....................... 7i:IIIJ> A. M. : AXU' H.-r.\II. I

food and color In the linfr.1 i I win daily. Arrive Albany............................10:15: .\. M.ArriveSavaiuiah (1RO'EIt1 ;
I end OOINU NOdTII. :: .......................... ..MIO: .. M.Ixave s 11 18 ('Ii.1N1)i.IR1.:
glands without *iulnlug I / Uue leaclineIt : : Leave Cedar Key: 4.15 A. si. I Savannah .......................... 40:!! 1'. M. I,

I It will Increase and I'' P.19S1hair ] -- Arrive Gainesville! ....................... HAl A, M. Leave Albany ............................. .|ktx;( ) p. )I. AXU IiK\I.K.n.: : IX ,
I tliltl prevent blanching C13U3endorse Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. R. JUII(..). U8! A. si. Leave Live Oak.......................... 2:13: A. M. 111\ I I ('OItN. | |OATS.. | | IlKIC'It. I |II.nn.1: I I &\-C I

I aril lulling off, and thusIIAL1JMKHS. i'' Leave Waldo.. ..... !9.5..') A. )I. I leave I take Pity .......!.................. 1:30: A. at. .. I
1. ,t"EHT j'I and Arrive Hal.lwin..I.1: ; I'. )I. Leave Mt.( Came: .......................... -IIS: A. I. I I

I I.eavcOlustee............... ............... 4:40: A. M. '
rcconmend Leave Jacksonville (Cum. Itllutc.11.1.) A. si. Leave Sanderson.......................... 5:20! A LARGE STOCK OF FURNITURE: : .\\ .\YOX:; HAND.)
:: \ :M.
Arrive Ualdwin.................. ........12.30: :! 1'. M.
It cures itching/ Krnptlotm it leave Darbyville. .......................... 3:33: i .\. M. 2 19!
Leave Ualdwin! p. M. Leave Raid I win............................. nlU j: A. M. -ly11'lutrr
and Ianth'
HAIR DRESSING II If.It la As n ns a Arrive Fernandina...................... :3.40 r. si. It'IlVC'hi/ House..................... ;:II.i.\. :>i.Arrive i. --. -_____._._.__ ___- _-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-'-n-__ -- -----------_.--, -.-,-_u-_ -_-_-__._,_--_--_

very great Leave Fernandina....................... :3.15 I'. si. Jacksonville! ..................... 7:3o: () A. :at. I
flenlrnlilt, giving tlin hair a I! Leave llrunsvviek Season! IS7O> nu C'U.\lU.I'S''OX.: S.\ .\XX.' "
triumphin $ p. M.
On Mail( and Express: : Train Sleeping Cars
wlifeh ., ;
coftncfis ull Leave ;Macon AND) FLORIDA)
an )mediWHISKERS $.41)) t M. run through to und from Jacksonville and
lid in I 11'<*. It keeps Hi" hind Ctn! Arrive Atlanta Ga. 1,13 P. )t. :Savannah: ; also: Lucas Sleeping Cars run : !( AND Ft.OUIDATXLAXH ) TI'.UI'KET: ( ( ('*MI'AN\'.
cleann't und lu.'uHh. !.! Trains! to Cedar Key and South of Raid- .
1 through to and from Jacksonville and Till! '
: KTIM.MHOAT ('CU. ', SCHEDULE.! ( : ) :
'- .,ar i I. ./ win daily except Sunday.1'UNLSlLAIC: laba :sce.FERNAXDIXA. "\TIN'fEll

ter eAl.. ;;1-1 : / RAILROAD
..; 'tI't :I EXPRESS: : ) TIMK SCHEDULE; :,
..'Z k ( Waldn. Jlrancli.) (Dvii.v.) The 11l'Iroll 1'alace !steamer
....-...,.....'1'' ." ... t..., ..,. CIOINU HOVTII. leave Jacksonville le.......................I 11:15: A. M. 'Titkiiiff Kffirt; ; Tiiffdny, December tin, 18;9. << ST. JOIIXN.CAPT. .

t 'J.tlt: : : .:i ;"," Arrive Baldwin...........................120:!::! I'. M.
I-fr '-', } r '"') LeaveI'ablo Junction................ 0.00 A. M. Arrive Kernandina...................... :!Ito: r. M. ,
h r $,;r..t t.' Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.40.t. si.Arrive I leave' 1'Vrnandina........................10O::!() A. 31. Xo.SF.ASICKXF.SS: : : Xo OCEAN) : DANGERSTHK :

'G\\l'lGHAMS: Lochloosa. ........................ $.1l A. M. Itl.'nvc. Haldwin............................ 101':: !) :)t. I".,

t Q Dv IIOIXU NOItTII. Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:33:: I'. :M. Jj i'\ '.
}.oJ FOR THE Leave Ixichloosa.10.00 ,\. M. J! '
Leave Hawthorne( trt A. si. Passengers: for Kernandina and! Ceilar Key -?
..IrrivcI'uldo take tins train. Xo train from Raldwin I to ,A w .ioioo. ,
Junction........12.15: I'. M. y
will change the beard to n HKOV..N; or 'l'ruinsfru11rI'aldntu! l.e l'hloolla1llII.'tllrll Cedar<< Key on Sunday.COXNRTIOXH. '. LEO VOJEL.Will ( : .

BLACK at dlnrrctlon. Coins; >In one Tuesday, Thursday und. Saturday.CONNECTIONS. .-At Raldwin with A., (G. RI' :
I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesvilleand leave (Fernandina fur Jacksonville:; I'a-
preparation It la easily applied, and : : Fl'TllllllelinlllIn.1 all North and STKAMKIM"CITY latka ami intermediate landings St. Jolint

produce a permanent color that will AT I.,V XT A. West ; at l.ukl'l'ity for Tallahassee points Albany, (OF I) RRIDOETON) : ," River, and Savannah and Charleston i as follows

Close connection 'made Atlanta, Ga., Savannah and all points North and West: :
not wash off. ; Cajit. JOHN FiT/iiKuvLO: From Fernandina for;, Jacksonville,
l and
to ami from all points North EIlt"t.t: und nt Jacksonville with St. Joints River Steam I
UtI'AIU'U: ) HV Northwest daily. ers. j. s. MCELROY: "11.\\11) CLARK.:I : I'lilatkn.1.dnl''lla.. : '. March 3; t0:3U::! .\. :M.

R. P, HALL & CO., NASHUA, N, H. AT MACON (U., I, W. M. iHynwox, Master( Transp'n.Superintendent. : Captain '''.\ItII, .. "" 17 10, (1i:11I:111:)()A.\.. M.)1.

With Trains for Eufuula ( After ha'ialI1Ull'r ollc extensive repairs' ..
Sold by all Dealers: Medicine.JACKSOXVILLE Columbus ltl., 21 .1 1 \ M.
Montgomery, ;Mobile( and New Orleans. are now ill FIH..T.C'OHUfoll. ( ( ) : in every From Fernandina for :-a\711lIl1h: and (Charleston ; '

and the
department' willl''rf..rlll'
:, l'I.XCOI.AXI: ; ) AT .:FKUXAXDINA FLA., i : FrillaylIrl'l.; ( :5, 4HO:: ) p. M.

3 ; ': KAILROAD. With New York und Fernandina :Steamship : Il\ i.\ 1 IXSIDK. : ROUTE l) I: $11\1'I: Monday( *, S .\. M.Friday. .

y MASTER: TnvNsi-ouTATioN'H OFVICK" I Line from Xew York on Wednesday: ......... between Savannah nUll Florida connecting I I ; 12: 10.TO():: << A. :M. .
'I'.tt.LAltAsssEE,1'LA: ., 1-Vlmiarya, HI O. J J 10.30ti.:<< in., und for Xew York on Friday, at .. t! r- II at Savannah with the lie.t-class Steamships'nf ;' Monday, "" l.i, 12'W:!::\ 1'. M.: ;
3.40 from Nassau X. 1". Wednesday the C Ocean Co. fur Xew Friday, 11.! ::1 I'. M. ,
On und after Monday, February :1', 18.SO, p. i in.:; on : Steam-hip: York "
trains of this road l will run us fol ; for Nassau, N. 1'., on Wednesday.( mil..u with Philadelphia, Baltimore and 1'osluii Monday, :22, 7 I'. M.Friday .
lows passenger viz: \\Vith Georgia und Florida. Inland 'Steam( rilHE: STEAMER: FLORA, Steamers.\ e :Lli 1 i. !t1 IlO.\::: M.
t4 bout'a.frontSavamiahui'1itc Ity,11'cdncs- 1 (;iOIMI KOl'Tll. ;Monday, :21)!), I 12:! )t.
I'ASSEXGEH: TKA1X EAST HOUXD. day Fridav and Sunday' ; for Savannah on heave Chattalioochee..daily ut.... 2 Ue) I'. M. ; nnd also with .
Tuesday Friday und Sunday. Ix-a ve Savlutuah.\lnday.ltlernnon( ;( Enterprise, : !steamers -
(Leave ( ........ .......... ...... ,
juiney at: r. M. With'Vhurh toll Steilmers (St. Jom'1a",1, WILL( RUN ON THE: ST. MARY'S RIVer day Afternoon.Arrive 111'--1' for (Ocklawaha River; also: nt Savannah d
Ix-uveTallahassee I ............ ...... OU) with ;
r. M.leave City Point) from Savannah und Charleston during the season us follows : Ftiruandina.l'uesday Evening: Friday !. !steamers! for Xl'York., Pbiladclphui, t
Monticello .............. ...... 710 i>. M. Wednesday ami Sunday for Savannah und (leave ST. MAUY'S EVERY: : ;MONDAY nnd i Evening.: i and Baltimore, and nt Charleston with steamers ;;
Leave Greenville............. ...... 1'43"11'. M. Charleston Mondav and\ Friday.; THURSDAY! MORNING ut 0 o'clock forFKUNANWNA City ISriilgetuH=- for New York Roston: Philadelphia. Raltjtnore -
Ix-uvc Madison( .................. ...... 0 :1M) i'. M. With Steamer Flora daily to and from St. ; nnd will leave FKHXAXIHXV Leave :7uvannah.fuesday.lftern' Saturday I with Nortbeastern. and South ( 'lIrh'- -.

Leave Live Oak................. ...... :2 IA A. JII.rrh' ;\/ (l .lv. same days ut H n. m., for CAMP! PIM-KNKY: I, Afternoon. I linn Railroads for routes Xorth, lOa-t and "

.\ Savannah............... ...... !11NIA.)1, St. \lllr"tI.IU\'l'r; LIlWIiIl /'t. nnil ull intermediate(' landings on the river.leturning Arrive .1ernandina.\\'edns'ay: Morning( West.! 'i
Arrive Thonuwvillo ........... ...... (0 M A. JlI.rrl.c EVERY: '1'11151).11'and. FRIDAY Sunday Morning.Arrive I i .
.\ Albany.................. ......10 :as A. M. AT im.mvi.s, .'1.\., ) will arrive nt ST. MVIIY'S ut 5 p. m., Ju.ksonville.\1'etihuwday! Nusm.AriveJ'alatka..1Vednt'sday 1.'IH T-('I.1'H..I.Xmm:; : ACCOMMO( 1-.1,

Amvo Luk(! (:'ity................ ...... 3 :IK A. si.Arriio With Trains for Live Oak Tallahassee" und I touching at FKUNVNPINA: Evening.liOIXO :: DATIONS.Through ) :;.

Ualdwin................. ...... 023.1. M. nil points Middle;\ and West Florida. On. WEDNESDAYS aunt SATURDAYS Tickets anil Staterooms secured

Arrive Jaeksonville.......... h...... 7 M)I.\. si, AT I.OCIILOOSV \., will leave ST. ;M( UtY'l'Illt Sf4):: u. III., and can NoRth !. and all' inforinattoii furnished: nt oilier corner
Arrive Fernundina........... ...... !141)) i'. M. be chartered for excursions toIhtngeuess ('it of lrid/l'iUl&- ( ( lItrl' tutu Second streets.
With Steamer for all and i/
Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... :-r l'l I'I.: Atjihti points Leave l'alalka..Tlalll'l.laIh'rlltloll.: 20-ly: 1'.A. XOYES.MAM.OICY'S : .. .
Luke arrival of I'en- ----
Arrive Cedar. Key............. ...... J) :'M I'. :M. insular landings 1ailrna'l'1'rain.on Orange on Leave Jacksonville............Thursday Night.i .r

1'ASSEXGEU: TRAIN-WEST: UOUXD.IA'UVO and other points of interest in lime vicinityof Leave Fernandinu..Snnday:: 3.:50:: p.m., Friday. ,:
Jacksonville ......dally ut.... A ::101'I.) : AT ATUUNKHVILI.E: FLA.1'ith Fernandina.(i .IrriveSavtuurahI'mn( iv Morning, Saturday I "
Leave Fernundina........... ......10 :'U;0 A. M. \ Stage Line for Ocala und Tampa on Morning.David / I 1TM.ORIDA STEAMSHIP: LIXE.Only :.

Ixiuvu lainesjville ......... ..... ...... !1)02: A. :si. ;3luudteyI'cslncsIa)' und Saturday ; from Through, Rills of laulliig, Clark

Leave Cedar. Key .............. ...... -I ::111.\. :si.Leaue Ocala tlud''utnpa'i'uesdicy, Friday and Sun leave .l.rlHulllilla.rut'ootlay 1veningvFri-:
Baldwin :................* ...... 7 *NI> p. :M. day. by MALLORY'S LIXE: of Steamers to all day Evening.: i
Leave Lake City.......;...... ...... !1I-IU) I'. :si. ATOEDVU KEY, FLA., !points) on the St. ;Mary's.CIoNC Arrives Stvtuulah\\'evh0e'sday. Night i Satur- Direct Line to ]\Vw York.

leave Savannah ............... ...... 4 I0:\ I'I.: With Tumjui' Steamship Oo.'s IJne for lay Night.
Leave Live Oak................. ...... 215 A. ): t. Tampa an.d Manatee Monday and Thursday Coiiiiortioiimade ..n-On I"Jlh'trll' South and North, y
I..a.cIudillon ................. .3: 51> A. si. ntI p. 1I1., und for Key West Sunday and with the New York and SavannahSteamers. the David] Clark will call at all way lurdui!: ;,"' L"

I.eave Greenville............... ...... 4 :311!! A. :si. Thursday, ut it I i>. in. Mark all goods "Care of Steamer All trips terminating and. starting from
Leave Monticello .............. ...... 5 (Ni A. si. With the United State und Havana Fast Flora Fernandina. Fernandina connect with Transit! Kailroa l

1' Arrlve'fullahasseu............ ...... 700) A. si.lAaveTallahas.se _IuitSteuuu'r.ldtirafurKeyVestItuvaua, ENpress'l'riin: to and! from Jaeksonville, and
............... ...... 1'4 :10.\. M. Cuba, on arrival of Special' Train every Tuesday UOD) ACCOMMODATIONS' FOR 1'ASsemigers. there with :Steamers; to and from till landings
Leave .? .....10 OS A. :)I. afternoon ut 4.30 p. in. From Havana, Excursionists: : and Tourists: : will on the :St.; Johns also to und from Gainesville m : THE FINE PTKAMF.RS,

I Arrive Cliuttuhooehee.....? .' ......11 30 A. si. Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Special tin! this a very attractive trip, as the scenery WuUlo, Cedar Key, ete. Ticket are
CONNECTIONS.At train to connect. is grand and alligators and other game; are sold through to und (runt all the above WESTERN: TEXAS

Live Oak daily with the Savannah, With Steamer' Knternrut, for point on the abundant. I points, und when Steamer l.itof Kridgcton
further information
FhrrtiaandI'ctern Railway to and from Suwannee River on '1 bun-days ut G a. m. For JOHN RICIIARDSOX apply! to. runs through between Savannah. und Palat- CITY OF AUSTIN, ,

Savannah and all Northern Eastern: : und For information respecting routes rates :!:...tf Fernandina Fla. ka, pa-scngcrs: also have tho ehoiee of going
hrail between Fcrnandina und Jaekson'
Western Cities. etc., apply to : CITY: OF DALLAS.
-- ,
I At Luke City daily with the Florida Central A. O. ;MuDONELL: vine. .1
, Railroad to and from JUl'kson\'illl"l"t. (len'! Ticket UI.111.u..H. Agent. .For State-RNnus, Tickets, and all other I i STEAMER: OF THIS I.IXIWILl.: '

Augustine, I'alatka Enterprise: und landings _I,) E. MAxll 6LL. Gen'l 1 Supt._ :21 fEEKLY FAST MAIL( SERVICE.' : particular, apply' t on the St. Johns River. und Ollices : DAY for NEW YOKK: ; and from NEW YORK.
At lluldwin daily with the Atlantic Gulf; .L.AGG'S Savannah, (da.-Cor. Hull and Bryan Sts., Pier 20" East: River EVERY: : FIJIDAY) for

trodI'cst India Transit Railway to and from ophite, 1'ula.oki nlulHt.'re\"t.1l. House. Honda at 3 p. m.Thin .
t IMPROVED PATENT LIVER P4DINBTXR Fernandina Fla.-At the Kgmont: Hotel!
l $ Grra HABD. and to Capt.' Jut I.. Uoiintillat, Agent.Jacksonville iK-tween Jacksonville and! New
with steamers fur Tampa. Kl'Y'c t unllHa'una. York, otter
BB AXI: Lan Fla.-Corner' 1Iaall.1 fine the best and
Twice cheapest| transjMirtation: to Flor
Aa $tl., Dr. L'Engle's Drug Store; .\. ('. tanphere ida shippers.
.At ChattuhiKK-hec three times weekly with
J Curt witiout Craggsg the Sjrtia.CUBBB -
Ticket A. L.
Agent ; Hungerford, Orange) will receive
the 1'eople's Line und Central' Line HoaU to toll'ial.l'ar" in hand
Performetl by the new and elegantly ui>- .\ ('IIt. ling. '
and from Columbus Eufaula: Fort Gaines
Apalachicola! und other River landings.4YElcgant Chills ind FeverS 1Li pointiil tot'amhil'D MIRAL (!sidewhcel l), St. Augustine: Fla.-On the Hay, R. F. J>.\ :-l'; : (ACCOMMODATIONS ARE

: Sleeping' and Parlor Coaches; ( fompllinpprpm. *TOKenoasnesJ Ar || acconling to the following bchetlule : Armstrong) Agent.: FHtST-CLASS.
Flu. Ulienthal Brothers A ('o.
k I'alatka -
: leave Cedar TUl'tlllaIIIOrllil1 ,
Key on
.. Woodruff und Lucas Patent run daily between f11earllt7a The
= Agents. traveling public are offered the advantages
Tallahassee and Jaeksonville. ( l Passengers: from Savannah' (leave by ftcumer -
of Rridgcton on Saturday 4 in. ,
eonneetion City p. JxayeFernandina
to-Quick time, sure in-rfeet' ; ANY CHANGES.: .
or Jacksonville hl'nmsit Railroad General Passenger; Agent Connections made at
safety. W. F. IJAltUY, Jacksonville with all tl'aIl\IH.b for all
Bheamatum train Monday 1II.'nlillrrh'c) at
JO-tf Master Transportath
-. -- Key West Wt'thll'Nlumorllin Arrive at1lavana General Agent': Savannah slims on the St. John's, Ocklawaha. awl
sruiiVrv= : TUElt Ccstivtness Wednesday\ afternoon. J. X. HARRIMAN, Indian Rivers and with the Transit Railruad -
Female ll'ano'Havana 11 Manager at Fernandina for all railroad stations
Hctnrnil1g'. Thul'Slla t.'wn- -. in 1'lori.fa.FREiaiIT.
Weiknesj. e tag Leave Key \1'est Friday ntortttmig Ar-
I 4 "ye' 'l'llur Key Saturday uuirning (and ut o. s. OAKI.S: ,
T ERNAXDINA: FLORIDA, Sick i NerroaiEeiiaclie.
\ Jacksonville and J.'l'rnuilliina 11Trallto>it PASSENGER RATES)

,3'1"" I! :, Railroad Saturday' evening and at :Savannahby ; CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, I LOWER TIIBY INDIRECT: LlXfThroagh :.-;.

.A1\l.I"\l..l'R.lt.l" AXU DKALEU IXIleattTK These Pads Cur all Disease br A tworption. No steamer l'ih'lI'f Rridgeton Monday morn
( Noxioui fills OiU.nr IViwnou Medicine*are Uk.u ing), thus forming the shortest i isihle! sea MAXt'FACTl'BiaMOri.DINfiS. I ()- Rates and Rills of Lading
. IntottM" btomach. The 1'mU ate worn over the f U route between the United States and Cuba I to all IN lints.
\ of the ,
Stomach coverinir the Urcat Nerve (C'rrtr. RftACKITSSA1VED '
HtO\.N, iiiul Rouges, alp the 1.1 nr trot Stomach. A genus Veeetable1'anieieab'orbedintothecurutadonottheflu PASSAGE: RATIX ?!rstouinors of this Line sail l direct from
i and : NEWEW, thRNANDIXA; to NASSAU.. X. Plunder )
I.' L.nr.pUrit'ln the DIN>tI.UmuUtioK the Lirrrimi Cabin. Ktcurtwn. STAIli IIAH-S WOOD EAVESTUOrt : "- contract with the llahalllllst'ronu ....
Kidocyt to healthy actmn. and trengthrotnit the Savannah to Ilavana.$3201)I4: : &0Fernandina !IIS. IEATIIIXO nt,
btomacbtodiecvtfond. PBICB or FAD tl :ilAru. and are the only steamers that land at the
f TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE! ,. bdLO BT ALL DauoaITIorlectby Vlaiif to Havana..... :2'ti 00 3S (II) WEATIIERHOAUDIXU pier in Xa-"au.R. .
..Xllm.. Jacksonville to Havana ..... 211: tM) 3S .V) AND FLOORING .
".Lntoaa.t MaouUctam at 89 ft 41 J oBTH LlBIBTT 6t, For staterooms and tickets apply to LEVFLtC : W. SOUTHWICK[ Agent,
1IooHOIt.gy 1'ennandinu.Pier .
ROOFING AND GUTTER1XG.: .11.DUN''r.urist: Ollit-es. Makes
t CO., Agents: Savannah Ga.-Corner Hull and Un'ana.tn't'ts. Slulr and Church WorkA ,
Jii East
New York.
:tS-6111. Fernandina, Fla.! II. A. CALIBAN. Agent. Sl'ECIALTY. __-- -- River ___:-tf,
-- --- -- -- -- --
1't.rlUulllinab.Int Hotel. A. L. M ELLEN :
Just 1't'l'iVl'tl-a large l"l.'nsignlllcnt of JAMES 1IeG11'FIN. Agent. .
"COOK'S JEWEL" is NT It.\ CT O R .AND U U I L D E R. Jal'k.ouu\'iII.-t 'rUl'r Ray and line tntU. : NICE: ROOMS FOR KENT
Stoves. The appropriately CO 01LL SIZES.:;
A. l'. LAN l'lnUIt'ut: : CITY MART, corner of CentN -

named-it w: a jewel.1'e will not Alachua Street tictweon Seond and Third, St. Augustine-.On the Ray. R. F. ARMSTRONG fast Offlee Box 174.janl and Third Streets
Agvnt. :'OSUl.1.cmm Fernandina_! Fla. Also the becond story above Messrs.
FERNANDINA, I'I..\. ___ __ & Rn .
; } corner Ash and Third Streets.M. .
be undersold. Orders and estimates from a distance: carefully : : TO THE MIRROR. $:! PER JOII I'RIXTIXG in every btj'!e. and at DtW N EY.

111 _J3ECOND b'T., OI'1-OSITE 1*. O. attended to. .25-tf |1 for six months. l lowest rates, at the Ml EEC a office. 32-tf: In the City Mart.

\ '-Ii fIiIIiiJ" -.'... !.' -. -. -..-..--. t- -