Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00056
 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 31, 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: UF00054505:00056
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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I CO.1JJ//'i/O.\/w.; _n an outlet for Sumter in any event, if the tek- | H\\lnI'I11.\'Ir.: a lithographer, committed :, facetiously! termed his "resrrt'ittiont" I donut ..('/'i.icovnr;- or F/.OIIIIM. I

{ '! s-uioido' on the ::''Ih. nt him resident'O: in i iI iI' know', not having visited 1.1 therein. "
lawaha too low 1 for navigation.Tun
i gets ; I Sympallii/.ers hi the Red,l Man : th.itthe Inl'o'n:" TO Uta'lstIYS--.IAN'y: TKI1M: A. n'i'O.|
Do .
their errands enter into the sacrifice .
; of
with. them : Ina link yourself in the divine FlorMi'nn devotes! over a column to [I' llrooklyn' by taking; cyanide potassium. I white, 1"t.II"lclli him poisonouswhiskev dolphin".)n, Appellant, \: 1 L. llroward.Appellee <
"' 1 He had, heels ill with consumption for some ( I .\ trout the 'Court '
: il every 'tI'l''nhl. -- CiI'C'lit'
.. chain, ami feel tin-joy ami life of it. correcting a series of errors and hill a tate- 1 I 11:11 '' Appeal
.IA. !i way, while :squatter \ I for: Dutial- county.Unml'tH .
t What can 1 do for tlioc, Moved. IIll'nlwhil'll appeared in the Orlando, I/ P'i, : 011" stealing the land assigned: i 1'1' Indiumurcupan't'lv ('. ,/. :

Whose feet so' littlf while ago' jmrtcr over the: signature i (1fI!r'. Hartley. : : I I ( th't'mittcdSeatttOucrrnuu'nt.: ( 1 1 In an action of trespass! upon lands, III I? (
The statement made' by 1 the I VonV/uii will wrote two letters to friends' : announcing his Meanwhile) 'those, who do not sympathi/.o "" necessary for the p.aintill' provo Lis
Trod I (ho dust with Ini n '.
same: wayside! ( determination to kill himself: lles.iid!' that : with' the Indian content themselves with I title or actual )|iMss.cPsion of the /lurid in rpun
An.lllllw up !paths, I ,do not know valuable to thl'l'l'I'pt.! of Orange county.A ho hHln1.l1I.I'IH',1111l. hope of from us5(1tinglhat: I he has: gut 'I'I move out of the where the possession: : i of the | 1 is ndmittod -
: : } rocou-ry Ilnillilt
; (Speed: ), without sound I or sign ? condensed. statement i is given, showing: I I; wav, Oltnkl' I the consequences ; and that I by the pleadings. 1
lr\'nlltl'llIIlIl the Pot
\ that the taxable property\ of the county had. I I his: disease and that ': I believe i I tb'opiniolo;; .*,1 high an authoiityas : Where t \t, i I a I action of

:' i What can 1 do? The !perfect life increased: from $151O; ( :> in IST.'Mo: ;\ $IKll)7ill ( ) I i ter's: field awaited him. He announced, that i,! ( ;ieneral Sherman.' trespass: : : upon lands, pleads not guilty, find

j All fresh and, fair and beautiful: ho :should use: cyanide of potassium': :saying : that land,. was the property' of tho defendant
I 1x7! while the'tate: tax, although\ !:! thl'I I (' : :. tl !
foe 1 such admits tho
Has the announcement might save the coroner :I 1'11 1.1.1.t'III.11 \ simple, plea: : !possession
opened its wide arms to thec ; that ;
valuation, doubled in I ISS70, was ;,
was nearly I At our Mr.\ I F. K. Whit field, : II' the !,1ilIHI. 11.1 the defendantmust
i t ; Thy cup} i is over-brimmed and. full ; I: the trouble. of an untoh'+y. Mr. (Colyerwas oll'illiol his defeat
1. show to
t less than 1S73.: The :State: tax of IS73;\ being I IWIH.t I Sr., wrote t for the ltl> 11,1)1'ril5, lih' il 1 re
1 flllh.
; remains for : F.nglishman, fnrtv-threr'sums old I II ,
Nothing an : covery.Judgment
l!> :!: and in l 1X70 $SlhJ.OS.; ; In 100jthc:! i I and. hi.tiory of the Clement : -
scription ala'h.111l'1t alf
I and haIII'l'lI in this: country lith'I'1I years.Some 1111'11
used, to( dos: 0 many things ; Suite government was \in\ Republican\ hands: I is said reading, of of which he is the main: proprietor.This J.I C. Marcy: A: .I) :, counsel for appellant ;
months it on
Love! thee and, chide theo and. carets: ; and in 187!) Democratic l' hands.: At the I I : ago, : I letter was copied, throughout the country .\. \o ggett, counsel( for; ilppt'llee.Juhitlirmvne.lptehlantv .
in Ireland he half IIfldl
the distress
I ,
: gave
\ nrttsh little from oil' came rate of taxation in 1873; tlal''tall': tax has had
straws thy way, I I the relief' fund. and Mr. \\'dlli'I. lately : i republished ,'. Adalino. Rrowne
Wl'I'k'IIIIlIlI' to
Tempering with 1 my poor' tendernessThe 1 of 187!) would have: been about' $1:1,000:! \' (), instead in'the 111; of :a circular: to which' 1"li":1'11':<, and. Syrah: R. 1Ilrll', hif 1

j heat of thy !short day. of$',(''til), or as actually levied. Till: I'Loiiin.i 1.1 11.1:0.1/1: C.t.:+'1s. I he has made, the following addenda of question : wife llarnes. Thomas, his wi II, and liarnes Ulizahcth, And Louisa((1.; Cold-J.I

J/'l'c'/"lIltaillla/ letter inquiry' from of North I Carolina as attorney I answers : the Circuit
Sol much, It"t'I'r sweet t to give ; H'lIal"I'11111'1', ali shu tIi.Itespunltlt'nts-.Ippeai 111
from SO Louis about ant jelly, '. I In answer to the many: inquiries m relative Court for Alacliuii (
And, it i is gricf11lgriefs to hear \ orange guava I I for the Western: North ( .I1'olillnail: 'IIIIt"t. \
\\'l'ul1tlt'r-Ianll1nlltlll'r, had writ I to the (Clement attachment 1 which are propounded \\ :<( ,/. :
That all these ministries i o'erAnd : party road: Company) : yesterday) in the :Smiprc'u11'l'uurt \
are ,
: : I I to me t through 1..tI'I", 1 sometimesat in equity : mortgaged.
thou, :so. happy, love, elsewhere, ll'il-VI\IIow if any one could furnish!, 10,000 of the United States made motion I the rate of one hundred per ., I !sub- and the ';' : I to

i Dost) : 111'1.,11111', never more.And oranges: for preserving: daily. There is a to vacate :and, set aside the order undo: byMr. I mil the following; which I have: compiled 11'lt IOllply prlll): ::4llr)' note :secured tl'IIY'

{great abundance, of :sour oranges: ) about Orange Justice Hradley, on the :I'd I day ill'1'ebru' : as covering all the important: points in relation mortgage, is: an :li"IIIOI a contrail: founded -
I can do for thee hut thisVorkingon >! : Lake and the Oeklawaha. but when: t i thereto : "1'1 an im' ). under seal '
on bond executed Itylie
ary last t. approving tin : 1.'il"I-I'I there !' ; : )' ('llaloli"hl.\1 the meaning: i ) of the tenth section of
( \ Mindly, knowing' not a market pril'l.of fifty cents per' hundred i is: ( western division uf the Western' North ; to manufacture: 1 1111'1\allIII: : '' If :so'1. at t Chapter wilhil 1 1SIR f i!), (ho Laws: of entitled I j.
1 If I give t theo pleasure'' :so ;) (:..ll'olilllailrlla,1: : ('Ollll'all.W.. \\ Ratlins, II 11111'il. "
may otlered, in Jacksonville>!( it cannot: bo expected! i what place, and at what prier? l ".\1 net II' Limitations: in lit .
t Out of lilY own dull, ,shadowed, that parties having !sour orall groves will .C.: )1, McLoiul[ Henry J. Rogers: and others. I .\I"Wl'I'-lla.I'I : arrangements' with I R.: M.1.i approved 1"lhrar.:7' I 1X72, and such suit It
\ the order of the court(
The bond under was
i maker in Memphis[ ( notwithstanding
I can arise and\ go be at the trouble of gathering) !packing and required' to be in the :<1111101" $l0.iunuml\ to, I Tenn.\\'I'Y., to 1 gil make attachments.: Ito died, of ('al an 1"'llinII action at I',1 law equity tlie, note is ha 1'1'1"I

'* To( :sadder. lives and darker homes: paying freight to get !$1 l.h\ a barrel for operate as a siipersedeas>! in thFI'I'i.Ia, !railroad yellow fever in 1X7S. '1'11'1 I got the ( '111 1'1' 1111'1'I''r (',,1. 11"1

* .it; = A messenger: dear heart from I lice oranges: which: would bo consumed: by the ('a: "t's. The grounds, of the! of motion:1111,1.,1111'a'l ) are I ( iin ,and Machine Company 1 of' the :allll'II\' ,J It. (Joss atd'I'li asher>! Davis) and, Hampton :
that the I
substantially approval
,, : to make them. Had I'esv IIlc', ( : ; l R.; F. Taylor,
illustrationof \ 'Oll"I.llilr appolhnt
: l \Vho watt on earth a comforter' ; packing :and !freight. This is an \\ based by Mr.I Justice I'.radley: on I the I Alabama, but halatc'l 1 1.h. arrangements M. C. F. Sanchez: and, Ii. It. Hilton, counsel
;', wasted Si illlpl'IJ\'all:41'a remunerative consent, given by 141'11:111,1':1111'1': us, counselfor ,
And say to thosevho welcome me, resources" : 1 I with the lrih.h1Illlillll'ill for appellees.William ) : .
is not given. With a fair price 1 the 11'tst'rimurth (Carolina I Riilroad ( (olliee < J
I sent forth: hy lur.Peeling price :! I Company 1"1'\1111
am 11'1.
l become Company. ] : and, without any judicial I' ;allli- I adelphia': \) t to, tllakeetttliplelesets I new process .\. (1'. Moiibow. 1'laillil'] In Error: .
t the l sour orange market once! 'I
the while how good it i is na'ion as to the sullii-icnev of the 1 securityrequired : maeliincry, with all 111.lall it 1 vs. leorgo Marquis and 1'r'I"I' I, Fisher,
;; of Importance; one advantage i is: they ran to be given, and I that the parties: : The first: entire now set 11111'1'1111'11 partners under I the linn IUI\1" of Marquis: :
: To do thy errands thus, and thinks be had, nearly all\ the year. who signed(1 the bonds as sureties: were not I I hlll:was: for 'I'.1.IlarnesScnuhllhaw'hu: ( iV ('ti..I"'I'I'IIlall'lill') : :' -Writ nf Error;

s may he, in the blue, far spare, worth the :sums of money that Ihl'1II:1.h': writes his mill will ho HV-j/co//. :
,t Thou watehest from the heaven's brink FROM' the fnlon; : One of the best counties( \ I : nfll l.ivit Ihl'W'I'.' worth, and that '11"111'- I the lill: : t me of March next. il\I'I'I'lliol' :: : ) It is error to submit an i i"+ IH 11"1111'1111tl i

A smile I thy face.Ami in Florida. for livcraihiedlilrllltllgbiad-hell:: } : ; \\,1..lvalof, (tIH'. hand, was pro''',tor l by the. t'als: ; lug, in Westminster, S. C'., has the jury while! other pleas ::
: upon I and fraudulent, representations male h.1. .\' (C.M. Ir\lli"I..llIll' 11n,1',11)1', \when it that not
The planters' there generally: raisecverylhingthey to liave a shill i :started( in South' l\l'I'al'! tll''I'e .
1. )[l'l.ou.I.1..1 II. Rumbotuh: and others of I abandoned.Judgment.
,laWIlr1, ends with ; ( attachments
;: when the day, need, for home consumption, and, sur ioorgia ('lll''III\: making >!
!said' :sureties, to "II:1tol':1111'1': : and that theparties reversed.ieorgo : 1. I I
and card( and I ,
ii? And star-eyed evening, :stttaling in, plusadi crops( : for an 111t'01l1'"e give an who :signed i the bond. / ( were responsible : I I the (1111, : :spin. ( I 1. Raney.: counsel for the plailtill 1 I tin

Waves her cool hand to living noon, extract from a letter received. by the Commissioner for' thy urn ittnt't1)1(' money' stated in theirrespective lil -lhllll'-I.a"II..II".IIh.I.II,1: .. set ('1111' ; ((;. (U.I MeWhort.er, counsel tll & -
111 1'11 I.
( atlMavits, : to the bond and, also fendan't( in error.
Ami restless, :surging; tluights: begin, Immigration.; This: Il'tllr'a'" of 'new machinery: )' at llridcsburg; w\lhll",

lAos.ul: bells: out of tune, addressed, Judge Harris, of Juiney, in reply I that! the :said .I. II. ItiimMugh time\ \ ; C.made M. Mo-therepresentations about $1,00.1( ', and if bought, ; pail new and Josiah. Walls, .\ppl'allt'I.!' M. l Kndel. ctid. 1
Loud\ and others: at the they
balance second-hand it .
I'll pray, "Dear Lord, to who"l'II'.at loveNor ) to one .sent by him to the writer) : Five : I knew the same to hifalse.. (can: : be had good for, about W.riOd Ir.1.0.machinery::\ ). TWI .. .lppellers--.Iltpeal(Court.' fl'OI .Alai hua (Circuit -

bound nor limit-line is i set: or six years ago I planted two acres of sugarcane 111./t'ltl1i! II.. f. or more sets: h tight) at once! would be some 1 /1",1. U. ./. : ,

live! I thirteen miles: west t of (tjtilneyj; one aero lilt eon percent. cheaper. to the competency of nwitut'.t ,I
( to darling, illlplorl'OIllC II.kdill
my X Kit It.IS K.I.Ho I Are i with it ? Is a 'tlet'esS7 .
you ; < l is oll'ercd evi, "
1lilh.t i ":
ratoon of previous' year's planting, one acre \\11111' 'I' in
:-: IIl'W. sweet joy, not tasted: yet, than I to find I I
barrels of C >rge Augustas; S.ila: nukes: the following \\\'I.-I 111' 1"l',1! ,11'111'1,111:1': be made at t tho time 1 it i isnll'crod' ;
FilI'I can give no more." fresh planting. I put up fifty-four observations on Nebraska, and Lo, the li, ::1,1, ''I al.1. saves all I '\(' representedit. and such ,,lj"l'liol is: not \' an ob \
syrup and sold, it in J;;In fan la /and, (Columbus: ; poorIndian 'I'httlflltart netting from thirty-three only to the time mindby '

Ami I. with the words: my I thoughts; : shall climb i at tift '-Iw\l and sixty-two cents: ;a gallon : I to fifiy: JT: cent, per annum on their entire jlliol taking the deposition, nt the time receiving '
feet the stair Uehold on ever'Jrtai side specimens of the investment at I all that I have heardfrom. : 01
With following heavenly; I'a..t notice of tho taking.
I since has been\ from t twen
My average ejop : : andbvt/ ./ of Nebraska This i is not 'I'ht'' one \'II""r.7\. (C., is: the 2. Tillodcedscannot bu received. in I',
Up which Ihyh'p'I: so lately : ty-t wo to twenty-eight barrels per' aero each only the Cereal but the (Larded State of the only one ill'all new machinery' and latestimprovements. : under the forcible; and unlawful (,1
.\ ;! theo so happy there, year, and it has proved' of superior quality Union. It boasts lil'ty-nino.! 1 species! of roses It, at last 1 report; \\'. converting detainer for the purpose 1'ltr\: basing right '

Come back: half comforted.SISAN. I also raise sullicient corn, meat oats anti. and, l'lc'cn'lIrietie"! of :'violets.\ There arcfour jlHI* pounds seed (11\1 daily into 11111'1101 or defence upon tho title" except '
Coot.iin :. :species of wild roses, one of which, the :: o) pounds yarn on each earl
; : : wh"1 J"' ''' ( part i is shown, tar I
vegetables: for my own use and tospare, from abundant! hvcomoi I third interest in all thepatents tl' 'Ilionol I
the Hiix'i'iliiiitl' i, i is: ; as to: own a or 11111', ( of the boundaries
: :
Xwenilnr.STATE purpose or
ltlldIlY Afternoon/ fur seventy-live to eighty l bushels, rough rice, nuisance, its eradication being dilll/ult connected I I with tin- III'utI' and III extent of the: possession: dahil No

}potatoes, ground-peas, cow-peas, and other from.. old( I'lirull'rlIIhll1llIlIell: I fields. Then1 ali general agent for: all : '. '11.101 of titlo can entertained, and it i is ,
\KirS. are twenty species: of cactus, and, I grieve tosay therein-81i1 the only person authorixed to A
for th'jury In such
root '1'01'+. My cotton crop i is usually a 11t competent) proceedings
: that. t the ni hl."haoll'lillllilr representedby make: ''OII'l'\al'c':4ofHtll: or ('flll' rights: to determine whether( '
r THE A'h-itnrr has just t entere 1 hopefully good' one. One year 1 made from one acre by I potato-beetle weed, Mil'iitnm, 1'II. !itnin, or tl use (til' new process liwldll'- deed or mortgage.Wostcott ( ('I'tall. paperscontituto

mi' its 1 llll'lh'ar., tobacco: which sold, fir zt!Iii<;!) in h. :S. '111'l'l'llt.y. which was I introeueed I ,I I by ,"freighters;( across( ry. (C. T. la111. of IV11ttl"ur. N. ., I my I, .I did not I sit in ;this ease."

I'onstiiutioH lIainlrl' the hnteI I'. :S.-My place is nut for :sale.r.v.i the plains.' This! is the original: : plant' on agent; for : : ; 1 t} 1.1'01. of Okolona ;- Judgment' ?reversed and naive tie HWUawarded. I'
THE ; ; question. which the abhorred Colorado: ) beetle WI'IIII'- and, A. ((1\th'r Hol\ ", for

If the people of Monticello are wise /, I\TILIAGi\ci.. (91-tutleil, to feed before: the more lu-cioii.s( Mississippi\ ; |Iowarfl: I hi!, (C.IY.; Fuunsiialo, II.: C.' !I :Sanchez; and, I.'. : counsel -
they will heed, the sag!.:Cstiumi.i potato:: came; in its way. On the other hand: i for: Alabama: ; Dr. James Ridley, :1I"h. for: appellant"' ; J. II. < 1' ,I 1.11'1'11'111'' Davis ) '(
i three beautiful species.dlily 1'11wild., and ville for Middle, Tennessee.A \
\\'. <0.; (CmiisToriiKit an old and liuich ro- WE: do. not propose' to treat our readers: with and' Hampton, counsel forappcllco.Robert .
the variety known asSolomon'ssca:; almost' +l new process cotton lilol' one card 11,1
Miocted: citizen of Duval counts', died at his the current Washington; scandals universal: throughout: the :State. (One of (be atlachmi-nt" all new and, lat-I: Improvements Itiirroughs; I'l.iintill'In Irrurvs.: IhiiStatoii'I'iirida

place near Jut ksi: am vi Lie on the "-:>'.I[ iiict. S.VMVNO I : :San: Domingo, was nearly destroyed m.st peculiar' the vtgetablesp'rit'slire; I is : driven by water power, If properlymanaged lll'llaltll: Error-Wri
I heN -oal soap-plant.: : : : (1'ur( J 'iii/u.-iljlnfiii.( ) would, pay Ih'lll' its: follows : of Krror: to lldi"1 111) .
Tun tele]>hono is ubout to be introduced, : I by lire on the tth. No insurance: ; It contains in its tissues a large am unit of (Cost of machinery! say..i!?lonii( J'm I idkriaburtlh, .1. : '

in .laekstiln'ille, and a telephone exchangeorganized. ; I lo.ss $1.I;>I'1,000. alkaline mitter:: and hence! its popular iiaim: I Freight and sett hug lip say.......... :f' I. .\1 initial letter, illl'rpOII'o 1'1'1\1'1'1 t

Quite a large; number of sub I i I MiMsmiSKvv.utn: :;!: has \boen' recalled,I from it having beei: largely; used by the earlypioneers Royalty I ......................... 1.1 the 1.J"lalll.i. 1111111', !1"1 part "
in the absence of !! for wishingpurposes. I l I Uliloi"l" 1.llllh..I'\\.r.l ..... 1:11'. Til kuiovsmi11lyit'uhechrltlhmnllillilt'
umbers, have been ohta lIl"1. Fcrnandina: China, and I James B.lIg1.1I, Michigan: A.s for' the (;'muni fll.. eyes grow !I Ul.v I'Lxi'Ixsi.s.Seve11 : : .

w "can wait and connect by the new railroad.: appointed) ( ill his: place.ENKRI dI.III" I gaze around{ at the stulied. specimens :.i operatives at say ,Ma., paddy.:3. : M.J .. An (indictment wusprsrnl'dbyiigr.uml
which convert rue Cl'lIlml' I'aeilic One superintendent I 1 1 Nay $1.50, incidentals jury ag.iinst Robert 11. Rurroiixlis.: The defendant j'
THE Monticcllo C'omiHtnti'ni/ the i'th: :: : ntsr on
otllee.s into I kind 1)l'a museum "I naturalhistory. at !rl..r)0 I.................. :'J0t t ( plead( in abatement that his name
.says Ileidt, the white man: :accused of complicity I 2oth and was received.! by a large concourse.He Huge heads and horns ,1 !hairy ''lp,>I.I.slcIUollalk: i per pound 2li 7"> was Robert Jurrl h... 'I'm'cuurtprrnittedlht'

';t' in the murder of Mr. Woodlield, visits New Orleans to-day. robes remind me that in : ,r.l..kaU" once: state's attorney to specify in writing the

; i been! discharged:' and Mac IlJ 1 !\drieks, the I l he: em| trill the bu Halo.: Of course, striitlyscientitically I Total I daily expense.................*.!!!) I U> fact that the indictment: was found against
THE: l House of 1 Representatives: wasuimo.l c ni I 1I : speaking 1 i the linn .\\Mcrlmnii* 1 I ill\ VKMl'U: KUIMMIM.lyo : I : Rohert ISiirrough.s t e under thc nanio of 1 Robert,
;.t, ;iegro' who confessed the crime, has: been I in a very unseemly !struggle on the L'lth: all is a bison! and not a hntralo.: No true 11,1,1.: pounds, )'ari. No. Hi ut ::I'. per, II. Iliirrougbs, such 11'.jj'atll in wrllil'

";, committed for trial at the circuit court. lay over the reference of a JiIto\ the com I 111'al'II.1: by the learned I'rof. .Aughey pound..................'n..1 so being under( ( 'halI'1 ( IIl'ttl; l \!
TUB: I Democrats of Jacksonville, in connection of the IJlin'ril' of Nebraska: la"'r'a 131: pounds 1'01111 seed ut $' 'I".r 1 ;,1 ISI; : Ihl Thlt til court had authority so j,
/f mittee. t hump on Rut the immense herds Might: per '('lt. and good' utetlt tl"1011'1', ,' and by virtue "I that act. I /
'; we suppose, with some independents, THE troubles in ('.1Ii1ilrtll".lla\'e been revived of bull/ aloes which once roamed, at large over al'!< 11'1 I"'ull'\............ ... .r>0Net :3. Courts' arc intrusted with djI'I.t'l inregard

r !-\ have nominated a conservative municipal and the Kearney men are defiant.The the State: have all hit entirely disappeared.What ,I to tl order of the jl Illi'l of
'to)' ticket, headed by Mr. H.l1l1)11' (;irl'l'III'af a.sMayor. war has; been renewed and the Indian could not W''IIIlbl has tl3: h' evidence the examination of witnesses,
new-paper\ ""l'I'1 ( by : '"'I nnd this discretion: should, tl exercised: 1 infurtherance
: From the great. anxiety displayedby i the state of affairs: I ivery unsatisfactory.Mil. 'IlIIplt.t.o r'IIrl.wa \a .... ... t ;all
by the ( 111) whoba.s slaughtered the daily Iroli. ......... ..$1 11 ) justice.I. j ( .
the fSun ami J'.II.'f. we should suppose\ the j : ('.1n1'Ixriat: on the :21th' submitted u animal not for food but for spurt, IVof.Ati'.fhey On) the () in this ('Olll..tlol it is I I I. It I.. not error when, in thu ,exercise(. ofti

Democratic ticket would be elected.Mit. resolution calling; on the J're.-ident for theunpublished is of opinion that if the ra<-' i" to beperpetuate well to state that the dl'tluli'll ill'tlajir: sound "i.wrdlol, the court i>crmit.s:' the
i I must be I by domesticating the Whitlield ha\.I"'I'1 di-puted by number party to introduce new witness after
It. .\. \VIIITFIIEI/ Jit., brought to the I correspondence/ between I the / li In I I 1 tl
I I IUIIII.l: alil he de-crvcs' to I be ,1""I".li'at. I" Illradkal"atlllll"I.'! "I'iK.,1111 to til evidence is closed on both sides unless HI
Miiriiliiiu ollice a stalk u nf corn over knee {United States and :Spain:\ in reference to article ( \ .Already some tame bisons! are to be do1llo 1"1.11' of (111' 11\1'lliuf. it witness has been kept by trick or 'the opposite

.. high, out i if U :'JOO! ) ul'rdh..1ol'tht'} samekind.! I nine of the Trl..tt.IIf. Isle" !). Adopted. fllUI,1 amonx the cattle herds of \VftiTliNebraska. I is said that the fibre/! is i as niufli injured by party had "1'1 deceived: or injuriously
r.III--11 the dre.sing I the new as by the old. process, and tlrat the I
Alr-o\ a cottoi! ,plant with four full grown THE: Rritish; corvette. (" "l1tJ+ called at the of which Jut111 squaws are very expert. j )'ar I.s rough and irregular; that it i is aslower um'III.i.; I.ill'rl exception to the charge he(

;i !leaves, 1\11,1'111, ( or twosnuller- ones, and has I Inland of Tristan I D'Aeunha on February H, .--r11 important article of commerce, I process, and that altogether the results judge jury I.s not available' on error if I

:silly acres ready 1 to chop. lie expects! to to present III the name of the President of and bu' Halo's: milk[ is considered I a good slihistitutr : are unsatisfactory. I It i is also said tllrilllallwi : uny one of the lrolHilll contained. in

how the first: bloom and the tint boll.MUOK I i the Lillit.1lat4: to the senior resident I'o- for that of the domestic cow. 1'illlalotloh : I / only advantage is in spinning I such charge i Is ('
I I have I heard, .\"I'lruj,1 i n"poor", I the( 1.la"11 production, (him <4 i. During;! the trial, the ( for the defendant ,
f II. "'. BELU I Y, of JelFersoii: couuiv | ter ireeii, a gold chroonometcr watch, to meat, coarse and !tril I purchased I saving: the ci rt of 111 other similar reduced, \rltuJ.'IJ"c 11 gave to the

{ is probably the largest; cotton planter: ill the next in rank a binocular gla.s.s, and/ to ut Ogden.; in tlc 'j\'rri"I'} of (Utah: a Itutl'alotoiiuue ,charges.". These ditl'erences: i will no doubt i judge ",,, ', him to tithe- I
and I require time to A test of I dy 'In his charge to the jury
the :State.:: He purchase supplies' by the ) the rest of the inhabitants, the sum of J'I: < very il tcxlre ,1'ldou1 II.til' thorough Hutl".u'lIly.
in ilavor.Deplorable. the whole! sm ( j.to bv made at Nashville IIi charging ulo
whuli-sale, buying of one bouse in Monticello as a reward for saving the lives of an .\IIIl'fi Winntbagos: Creatures more.ahjcrt I I during; .I'rilt that. tlIl Nashville eelebratc.s give such lirul tlC jlr.till 1, /1'1 tin-hiibitanee 1' 'thereof (

SOOt; ) pounds of meat per, month, and' I hail fchiprccked crew. and wretched-looking 1 have :dl'll I Olhll/i.l. 111 will make I t ic to I the jury. Defendant's l counsel did not
; 1 that there is not nuicb of great di" ulay. At call the attention of the judge to such
of a (2uitm.ui hotcify plow at a time j THE Chief Clerk of the. Commissioner ofj H"CI, ali "Ull"' c 'NI'IIIII I Illu.trial re-
to choose them and "the yanituishtiIOitaltau that j''IJitill; Ol. of the Clement/ machines iiucst, and failed to note an exception :
lit ni-ikcs generally over I.IHH' bales: : of cottuti !j Jurors of the City of New York, was exam- and lowas, the j'nwll'I' all the I il ol'raltll,1, every uhi.lulrtnmiity ] llrt
a year.TIIK i I lug a lame number of persons who claimed lidUX.rdl., the doctrine of the "nurvival j will 'IM- ( examination his n"III't. and that there was no error.
.. must I ,| and it is bojH-l very definite results 7. AnibjiY'Ublttilhemaiiimerofdrawl' llg,
til 'H.arrilolt.I..II..c. ;
Sumter: .l and the Red Indian docs not seem to be lit >i :' \I be 1 reached.The summoning i or ciiqianclling U grand Jury
the completi-m of tIet.: Johns' : the candidates in answer to the questionwhy for much in the On'nt't.; t Away from I| (( controlling the lah'lb has must U-.taken advantage of by in ulJul'
and take U.irtU: Railroad. The railroad U j he ought to be a.xcuwil), aid I. I read his "n-wcrvations" the wlllll "Ixrdofthe already I/.al/ !for ..Oooof the mm bines.. It ment to the indictment! and (' Jl'a [IlaI,'

a iow running regulars'hetluletbree times I'' Tim ]1I"Jr/tl\ entirely through every morning Forest" d'K-s not appear much better I (.mlellllutl'establishing: its WltLllt .Viishville the ground of t 1.tol !In urret ( judgment. -
is made* with before I down and I form than a D beggar, or I| -tty I.if.n'r.Ic or at some other IIf'lliy (' t.
a week ; connection : I.celiurg go town ami exPress "air.llt.
(is not nearly MI a.o for distribution. If iloIU'/11'111/ were offered *. Judge of the circuit ("Jlrt.of thistar
:'iy the steamer ./.,!! Flower, which leaves !I an opinion IIJMHI every fact, occurrence til if.vpsy( of whom he seems to be the -utoi 'I' it might M-li-ct ,ul\il'! 'lulallo- may charge juries t try Ing felonK not puni.shublu -

:.iee.sbiir,: every Tuesday, Thursday and :Satunlay | or subject in its columns, and inasmuch us and disreputable cousin. At t Ira-t the ia or .Atlanta If the l'xa/llllUOI capitally( and misdemeanors, frly ;
'arriving I at Fort Mason in tithe to 1 nothing come into court fora jury to h,-ar R'Mitniany man can Hip horses, tinker jwits I month pro\es that it f all Major Wlitid.11 un les> I a.t'ft. the evidence In the 'U1" I I.
and kettlm1 and play his t.III"uril"t cl-iims the demand\ 1 the JatIIIU wi lt dl"I, tlt"lah"tIUOr/U/ or the attorney
:Ilake connection with the train which ur- 1 which luL'tlflt Iweii there itj J'"n'11 I am con- least the Rommariy WIIn: ('UI make I,:". I Ol't lit'. immen-. It has ulr.'h.l or attorney for; the defendant or plaintiff

rive" at .\"tor. the terminus on the St. Johns I tiuually in a m Mate of mdvcr-ul ilivualilieu-| ket.s, and tell fortuiu The pNr| Imlbo is the atteiillou of OIl country. \\'t rUe the parlies themselves, .hal iu writing, request
roller, rtinnevtiiijt with the mail steamers> i! tion." The clerk veplie that he would l re- only' tit to hunt Iulfalol"li.1 have iilltlllly'I ctived I letters frl'lurilu.. Northern States uch jinUr to du jury in writ-
l or the original and from Canada, making inquiries, con i ing. (Chap.Jin*!, \M177..)
t 1) Talatka t : reaihing Jacksonville, at 11 1 p.m. |lulrt the .point to the jury board 1 and that l"al'II'lr'l 111.' Itall1 natural ht.biftion f''rlll the invention, and l this Judgment,

., making tIll ttiutf from U-oburg t-> Jackunlj the gentleman might; rail for !dsanwtroiitlwlirst J' | to.their eulps 1"l -iug taken.I What I i. 'lale: in answer to thokj (. l"Llkutol, J, N. '\UlrWfl, ,Junl'l fur plaintitf III

"II\'m" fixtw hour Thi secure / of ApriU th; |I"r 11luI may U-.like'in the dimtrlcttsjjjjjT vilU font uint .Vrws. error ; I1



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I. l+LORiDA Miiut01t11'IA.1'L.5'h.hI [ Tn I: Jacksonville correspondent' of tlaeFllIrit1itII I MACHINK POLITICS. j NOTICE: OF 'X'cJU-On.\1'IO THE: I-'I.ORI )AT

writes !letter about the The OF THE FERNANDINA:: : AND I JACK(
-'- a spicy political manner in which& the vote of the (,'o Il'\'V
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I I'O'ILL11lI.HO.lJ' : ]: : l COMPANY.: AND
doings there in the Republican primaries state I of :New York and Pennsylvania in the :
; MAliCir.11' 1880. AUTHORITY OF) AN: At 'rO' THE
.. and also mentions' the railroad :Xntional .
:': = -:::. : new enterprises Republican Convention has been BY Legislature: of tlie :State of Florida, entitled I OFFERS:
.,.. (Corrcspondrnts and Person awing, Inixi : having for their objective point) hauled over to irant by (Conkling' and Cameron I "An act to provide a general: law for

with Mil paper will phrase dirctt to LORIDAAMEXIWKXT that thriving city. He( speaks! of travel and is: a striking evidence' of the power of the Incorporation of ]Railroad and ""anul",'* (;jOO.OOOt'rt'II

:MIRROR, Fcrnanrlhia, Fin. business as: follows:! : The trains! and boatscame machine politics in the party of moral hk'a4.: 'I and I approved, February) : 174, notice i is:
f hereby !given, ns: required' by said act, that a Of the oustA'iSS11tl.1..1NI ;
and almost It
go an ('ljlll\ll\lIl11. extremely:' II'Juhtfllllfa majority of the the
TO TIIK ELKUTlOXLAWS. I company has been formed under halos
her of passengers l'itll'r: way. Hotels cull Republican) party in cither itate really desire of the 1'EIuN.1Nh1N.1.txltJArhs"Nylt.r.Eh! : RAIL-: < ;:: ; \ : })) DKSlRAHLEMN ) :: : ( :

boarding houses: tire prelty well! filled. Business : the nomination of Grant for a third! term. i0\D! Co.Mi'AXY be invested! l with all the

At the extra !session last year a determined appears to be good, j judging( from stores, But the illll'l'riou"l'1' : YOI'II'llIItor: and rights: )powers: privileges! ) and franchises! !>S IX TIIKSTATE : _h-... .
effort( was made l IIY the )Democratic( the wire-workim head of the Cameron clan, conferred( upon\ companies formed( under
drays, wharves: and ! act FLORIDA
majority to !shape legislation: in 811(1111 manner ) unscrupulous : purpose: :; : OF ,
und fertilizer business has largely increasedover and quick-witted followers, who can accomplish maintaining! and operating! a ]luilroatllir:
Ito rid of the
get very objectionable former years, from which I judge); that } any political result! they wish ntta lI'It. public use: in the conveyance of persons: andjpropcrty. ,\ only*I 1.2.") per' acre to new settlers: with
1 towers conferred on United states marshals I The I York : j.t j.
: Republicans! of :Xew and Pennsylvania l 1 I' 40
III parcels: II
gardeners und planters from privilege of selection!
surround the )polls.with: their special' deputies : : expect a profit are rl'allIUtller the rule of dictators The main! line of !said Railroad: will be the ,

authorized, at will, to arrest citizen using. Oranges continue to be received and ; whose: will i is law anti from whose: decisions about twcntv-ono miles in length ; willl.t' acres: or more. The.se lands arc !tll'lIll'llon
any shipped in large! quantities) : ns: also\ strawberries '! there is: no nppeal.' \ That many of constructed) )between( n point on the Atlantic, and adjacent: to the line of the
or election otllccr and drag him to prison in refrigerators day. It I is estimated (lie more independent' members: of the party I Gulf and West! India Transit! Railroad, in
depriving him alike of Ills: liberty und every feel humiliated the position! which tlio'v\ I :Nassau: county, nail<< the. :St.: Johns: River: at ATLANTIC, GfLF AND}) WEST: INDIA: (

his vote. No restraint existed upon the exercise that over 1!1M) acres arc planted. Tomatoes find themselves! }placed( is evident, but there or about till' city of Jacksonville, and will TRANSIT:: CO.'S: R.: R.: ,
snaps: and cucumbers' are going for. seems' to he no probability of their being I pass: : through parts: of the counties I of :Nassau: :
: of this t and itwu4 }
discretionary power, : ward from the tll'perIt.: Johns.! A few days able to dethrone the despots: that rule theni. I and Huval. J. :X. 1IARRIMAX: : Cxt'udiilgIrma FERXAXDIN'A: : ) : on the Atltuttie ;
exercised by Home of the worst: elements:<< of It i is to be I hoped I < society. later variety of garden products will be, event of Grant's; nomination which seems:' I C. WICKLIFFE: YULEE.FirunniUnn I: to CEDAR; I KEY, on the Gulf const,

p The New York Iferntd/ given some specimen i shipped' from here. The water works: nt.l'i IIOW ahuust certain, those) of I the J Republicans: !}:!:'::,.Mtirclt :1, 18S0--.: :oO-Mkl! thus affording. to the producer cheap, constant
nearly completed, the pipes laid and house: of :New York and Pennsylvania who are and rapid transportation to the best' !
cases from the record of inquiry, as rOllwl'tionlabout\ to be made. Uy the first opposed' to machine I rul Cv ill refuse tot support \X CHUlX.\X'l
follows : \ l hint If (irant is. nominated! it will he markets.
)' of May it j is expected the supply' will com .. apparent that lie has been nominated lllot The belt country traversed! h)' the Trans:
Marshal( ---, 1)urth Ward, one of the by _V centage to be collected on City Taxes:
most dangerous men in t the city lias I been in mence. The main sewers arc laid (four), the peoplebutby the) )politicians. For however for the yeaivls7: !( sit: R. R. embraces,
prison twice, once for highway robbery and nnd some private, e\\'t'r1IlIl'C also made., The much the rank and tile of the Republican lie it ;tirdnined by the Common Council of

the second time for shooting a colored( boy': work on Ho all'l! Creek is discontinued for )party have become accustomed! to en the.city of Fcrnandiiiu, E'EHYlUETY OF :SOIL:;
Marshal( : -, Eighth Ward has been: (croachments: the constitution: and to the That for (the purpose: of defraying the expenses
arrested! for 1 live dim-rent robberies. the present season for sanitary tl'aolonoll'xt: : idea that the war has changed the nature' of ) of the city government for the year to be, found in the :State, a large proportion '

Fourteen other specimen' ('1I:, the 1 following appropriations\ are !hereby being' peculiarly" adapted to the culture\ of

t Under the law all chosen confidently, expected' that it will assure) : exemption towards: centralization prepared them torether made :
present they are anti Vegetables!
: =1'aocic.tt,1'itrtr' Early ,
and radical\ :.iI :
more changes in .J11
: our polit-
I 1. The sum of:$; 1,SS.i for unpaid !sanitaryyludcbtt'duess.
t from one party, and, as: the llrrnld says, from disease, especially) tiunharia tutu kill I institutions t still a majority of them' have << ) and The I., 'oinjmct 1'xnlif of Timber{

"have come to be in )practice, as everybody typhoid. The bunko men still thrive ; their not yet been' educated up II'< the point) of j ::3. The :sum of $1;ln-O,!) for salary! of city make these! lands: worthy of (.'AliKFUL l'.\"-
victims generally are sharp elderly men who wishing: (to do away with what has 111'1'111'011' j I officers.:
knows electioncerers for
mere paid party I AMIXATIOX( by manufacturers: of LVMHEKAXD
sidcrcd a safeguard' against!: the encroachments :a i. The sum of $j\MJ\ for of city
hail payment
from the West and who pride themselves
services out; of the l federal tr ':\surru'cllllallc' << :
< : of personal: ambition. They desire a scavenger and other sanitary (purposes.' :N \V A I. :STOKES.NEW.
more effective( for party use by 'oeing endowed on their smartness. I have never yet "stronggovernment," but'! they are not yet 4. The sum of:j+;:!II oO for" roads und bridges.; :

I with practically unlimited authority heard of a citizen here, either city or rural, prepared for a dictatorship: In the event' ofirunt's 5. The sum of !?.'!UO for' cemetery purposes. : SETTLERS
f being swindled then I would like to ( : I nomination, however, there is" no : .
to 'make it ugly' for voters did not by .
they N' .l..otiI
doubt that the IlIa"oIof: the Republican partyvillallat (t The !sum of $700 for incidental expenses Purchasing: land (from this company' are furnished
like.! sec them try their little lame on a genuine discover the
\ once pressing necessity the Transit
and outstanding! indebtedness.! with rntirc, free ;w.w[/e on
Twelve hundred such election marshals: Florl.hH'raeklorj; there would be a fight or a J'or a third (term in the )present: !state of 7. The sum of *I l.ioO( for the bonded indebtedness Railroad: for family and personal) effects"

were appointed at the last Presidential: election foot race affairs, and }partisanship will )produce a : : and interest! thereon.
wonderful revolution in the feelings ort Any surplus collected and unappropriatedshall to the station nearest! the land purchased

) in New York, and 7"5 in Philadelphia.Everyone COlinESl'OXlHlXCK. t those\ who have opposed: the third-term 1 be appropriated !for; bonded indebted<< TITLE COMPLETE\ :, being derived by
of these allowed under the movement.' Still there will remain I
was ---L yet a ness.: : grunt from the United States: nod purchase
law, to arrest any voter he eh1)Meon hismcre OAINKSVII.U:, FLA., March 2:!. I dissatisfied: : element of respectable' proportions I lie furthrr) nrdahicd.; That for t the payment from the Suite of Florida.
whose lukcwamincss' or pronounced of the aforesaid: appropriations. the
motion and without warrant. r.illtiir Mirror: The principal' ; topic of interest -
opposition! may seriously affect Grunt'schances ; of and bo levied
sum one! one cent
>I> in this is the hall'pl'r CORRESPONDENCE: :: ) : :SOLICITED.Descriptive ;( ) .
President Hayes vetoed every effort/ at repeal : vicinity vegetable crop. of success.: and collected upon the iissesj! : ,valuation of

and the Supreme Court has just: declared Thus: far the crops are very promising, although III view of the fact that, the U<'pllhlil'allarh' taxable property of this: city nnd that fur
M \1':<1 and ciuct'LAiw'' on
I the law ('on titutiolllli. To Mr.( Garfield t I I understand on the authority( of ex- \ will, in all )l1'obabilih'lollllllah' for the purpose( payment of the aforesaid, sanitary
President! the choice of the! politicians, it loan, and l the said bonded<< indebtedness)<, application
t is due the credit: of proposing: 1 a compromise Congressman: : Walls that the )plants: are not will bo' more than ever the duty and the true fifty per cent of the taxes: so levied on I C1IAS.' 'V. LEWIS; : ,

) t and the law has been so amended as to hl'lIrllInll' ns: last: year. It is" probably policy! of the Democratic party to nominate aforesaid! shall! only be payable in currency Land Commissioner,

deprive it of its power to do mischief. too early to judge of the extent of the crop.' the choice! of the people. I In ord hr to arrive of the (United l States: Government, or certificates Office' cor. Beach and Seventh; Sis.J .
at this: choice, any attempts at machine : of indebtedness< The high obtained !last willnatturally I
What the Democrats have done is: this : prices' year C.
methods\ should be attacked : .
vigorously: !said !'IlIIital'loall: or past' ,: due coupons' of -
In the House they passed( on Friday, with induce the expectation' 01'1"l'lally' whatever state it !
t the help of some Republican votl'l'1111 good 1 prices' this: year, but taking into con- I is" a full and free expression\ of the popular \ its: first. reading January :28th, 1880( ,

I amendment offered by General Garlield, IhcHl'lltlhliellll sideratiou the greater quantity which! will prcfcrencc'iu the choice of delegitfcs: to and\ read by its" title.
the national convention. Let them "trulyrepresent l'i1. ! leader in the House in these he shipped' and the probable competition of
the and the interests
)people, notoillqly: February 18th t 1880.\ T. KYDD,
words : the products of the Savannah and Charleston ( ,: : of some p particular' candidate. The President! of Council.Attest 1. ""

Provided that hereafter special I deputyMarshals producers wo may ]look for smallerprices. Democratic party docs: not hold: as: many of ) : ,
the Republicans: do, that there is: only one ClerkNItd; : .:t"'J -
: of elections performing any duties Ihr.lhl'ulNn; City ; f's.; ;:-
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man that can guide the f'lhipof !state a'right. -- --- -- -
in reference l'h'I'tlolll'lhall receive
any The railroad projects having in view the If it thought so it would look for chaos if IMtOCI.AJIATIO.V.:
the sum of $ > per day in full for their compensation ; UNDERTAKER
; und! that the appointments of building of roads( to I.lIkl'l'ity, Pulutku and Unit man should happen to die. What the MAYORS! OFFICE, COUNTY ,

I Much !lpl'I'lallkpntv marshals\ shall bu made Charlotte Harbor, are a subject! of conservation : party} desires: and what i it need, is the iiom FKUNVMU.VA: FLA.,' March :2, 18SO. FERXANDIXA, 1<'1.\.
nation of the is
i by the Judge of the Circuit Court of the and general interest: (treat impatience the choice of the man Democratic who really people' and of truly this :Notice is. Ill'rdJ'l'n to the qualified
United<< States for the district: in which such voters of the city of Fernandimi, that the Constantly on hand
will be felt for sunleactual tangible evidence country. If such a man is" nominated. we can
marshals u f 11rm theirthe duties, or by battle with the candidate machine Annual Election: for. officers, of:said City will
district judge in the absence) of the circuit that these projects are actually to be carriedIntociflet. join 31 ETA I L I C
: II11ItI.1I,
politicians with of be held on Monday<< the Firth day of April' CASES,
: hope success.Mobile : -
every ).
Nail special deputies shall be It is said all the i ,
judge. : preliminarystep Jieifinter, ll 'iO.( at the City Council Rooms: on Third,
appointed in equal numbers from the different : have been taken und the location will !, street, between the hours of 5.1.1i. and WOOD COFFINS,
}political parties ; anil the persons HO appointed sunset: on said soon be made but an actual commencement A.\ OIUnX\XCI': :.
shall he of good moral character ; In Rosewood Walnut
persons officers of the city will then and there be : and other woods.:
and shall 'o well known residents of of the work will be the only thing IT ORDAIXED Ill"TIm COMMON chosen: h1 a vote ;of, majority)' of the votes

1 the voting precinct in which their duties are that will satisfy,: the public mind.\ I believeno BE Council the City of Fcrnandinu : given at said dt'l.tloll'iz; : ITmlt-rfukerN'" Goods,

I to be performed.It assistance: is: asked: in any form from the :Sue. 1. That for the )purpose' : of defraying One MA von,
is this which some Republican extremists people of this and the! other counties to be the expenses of the City GovernmentI the l Eight: .\r." :IOItS': Masonic and other ]Emblems, Shrouds, and

\ : in the Senate propose to oppose' but it following appropriations hereby made One CITY Cr.KiiK and TUE\SUUKU, I Robes.EMBALMING: .
benefited beyond tho right of way. Although from the collection of taxes: for the year 187SI): One CITY MARSHAL Sn ti'l'.tx COU.KCTOU: ,

will probably pass: and it believed that this cpunty has never issued any For sanitary purposes: .....................$:!,IMtM( ) One ASSKSSOK, DONE.: .

the President will sign it. railroad or other kind of bonds, it has For City Officers' salaries............... 1S20H: ( ) (liven under my hand and seal of the city
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The Senate will undoubtedly concur in Office rent, stationery and fuel..... Kit( 00 the 2d: 11:1ot' ylatr'h,1551), Iiodicuexhumed for removal. Safety guaranteed.
managed to keep in debt .for many years: NORMAX: UROWNSON' .
For cost of street lamps: materialfor Mayor,
the amendment, and the President sign it, with very little to show J for it. lighting the same.............. 100 (00 TriiNKit })UI.ISU, City Marshal. F URNER A LS:; attended to.

; and thus" this long contest be nettled. The There have been a good many vi"itorlJilr Allowances for unpaid taxes: .......... 50000( March 3-tf.! Orders by mail!: or telegraph will receive
amendment to the jury law was passed last; Incidental ('XpellOl'lilldwlill: legal prompt attention.
and business here this winter .
session, and thus the two most obnoxious' health, pleasure! disbursements' .............. ........... 540! !Mi! AXAMKXD olunx.\Xc" ; :\Remember; that I am opposed to high
and! iuincsvillc: is:, quite a provincial For roads and bridges.................... BOO: ) (K) V : TIm FIRE ORDIXAXCK.: : prices
measures which hud been incorporated in capital. It was represented ut Cincinnati's! 1'0 He it nnliiiufiL. That form iuulafter OFFICE: IS :;.\XUOHS'' t HOYT'S OLD STORK;

the statutes: have 1 been>> quietly repealed ort railroad celebration by seven of its leading $.'), 1'li: III! the passage,:,: of this ordinance, that _jan4____ SECOND STKEET.SIII'RII .
amended. SKC. 2. Ho it further ordained, That for owners of wooden buildings within the fire
citizens Messrs. 1> Urowne
awkllll'Hopl'r, ; the of the aforesaid be '1'''*
f payment appropriations' ]limits permitted to repair their buildings i SALE.
: CALIFORNIA WINKS. Carlisle: Miller, Turner and McCook[ representing the runt of one per cent, be levied and collected with shingles I and weather boarding, provided I VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION IS-

I Few persons arc aware of the magnitude tho bench, the bar, the pulpit, commerce I l u property assessed: : valuation of the that such repairs do not increase the BY: ul 1 fit of the Circuit (>>urt, Fourth
I taxable of this" city, told one-half at risk: of lire. Judicial Circuit in
I and real state and for the County of
\l of thCCalifornia wino trade. In the year least of the aforesaid tax or levy shall he .\ordinances! <':4 or parts of orllinalll'CIcIl'on. Nassau" Florida, in favor of Sanborn. Ilovtit
1 OOO< of wine The city election is: exciting some local interest ill of the United StatesJovcnrment. "
\ 1878, over gallons! were payable currency flicting herewith arc repealed.Passed Co., and against James Leak A: Sons, I
1 shipped' east to the value of two.millions of and the result! cannot be forecasted. ( second reading 28th January, 1880.' ( have levied upon, and will oiler for sale at
dollars. The present mayor is: candidate! for rcoloction Stx\ 3. The Collector of 1'axl'lflr this" city Approved 1 \lloptl'lII"dJruary 181880.T. public outcry, in front of the Court House,
I i is ordered to receive' (when tendered in .
payment KYDD in the City of Fernandina said
and other tickets Some County of
The abundance of the wild grape vines are forming. of the above tax Lh3hl.President of '
) outstanding < Council.
any : :Nassau! on the lint
,_ Monday 1880
I is observable in circles ---- -- -- -- --- ---- -- '
in Florida show its natural adaptation! to activity Republican scrip or warrants upon the Treasury of the being the Fifth day of said month all thc

i I the vine and the success which has generally and steps: are being taken to elect delegatesto : city, for one half the amount of tax due or G. "'. .\VERY, right title and interest of James Leak it Sons 7 J

attended well directed efforts has proved beyond the State and Congressional! Conventions. payable by any person) tendering payments in the following described real and personal
of tax, but no bonds or coupons ullOlIl 'property, that is : Lots 34t 5, G and 34, in
: 1
On Church
Sunday night Trinity Episcopal'
question that wine can be profitably bonds, or coupons' : detached (from unv bonds block number 4, being in the CityofFer-
was crowded beyond its capacity' at the confirmation that have heretofore been issued shall be
made in the State. We should be glad of received nandma, County of Nassau, Florida, together
some statistics: from those who have 1 been>> service! held by the Rt. Rev. ]Bishop in |payment of any tax with the steam saw mill, fixtures and machinery -
SEC. 4. The Collector shall proceed to thecollection IVEUY AND HOARDING: STARLKS: on. said lots, and the
Young, who has so far recovered to be water privi.
successful vine growers us to the species of of taxes under this ordinance on L leges, wharves, &c. therewith

I grape cultivated, the yield per acre, the kind able to make a partial visitation: of the Diocese. April 2, 1880, at which time the taxes loviedns CARRIAGES: AND WAGONS 'ft'rmlll'ash. PETER:apin-rtaining.CONE, '

of wine made und its marketable value. It Twenty candidates were confirmed, aforesaid shall be due, and shall cause aaunts 2;-td Sheriff Nassau! County, :Florida.A. .
will nineteen ul'whom were from this paris of such collection of taxes to be published To and from Steamers and Trains.
is: so cosily propagated that every man : in some newspaper of the city ten U. NOTES
and from Fairbanks mission. It is ,
I be able to bit under his own vine and drink *, one : days prior to April 2, 1880. CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.
his own wine said to bo the largest class which has ever toIF.c.5. He it further ordained, That all .

) been in this The collection of taxes for city is suspended AND SHIP
to the Agriculturist presented parish j energetic purjtoses FOR SM.E : GROCER CHANDLER,
Mr. Rixford, writing until April 2, 1880.SEC. ; .
wines obtained here Rector, Rev. Mr. Meuney, is: serving at HORSES;; : HCGOUu.n: J-:.
says : "California are :: 6. The Collector of Taxes shall on or DEALER IN
all pure grains juice, for the reason there is three points and is: kept very busy. I am before April 2. 1880: furnish to the Treasurerof CARTS AND WAGONS.

nothing cheaper than grape juice to adulterate told the parish in Gainesville is growing in the city a list of all persons: who have Provisions! Liquors, Etc.
paid tax for the year 1879. which list shall TEmI8 CASII.-riyt
them with ; grape juice is cheaper than numbers. __________ ____ X. contain the names, of such j>ersons, a description -

cider. From first hands, wines by the thousand THE late decision of the Supreme Court of of the property on which Midi JKT- ,2irOtliee and Stable-First Street, near AGENT FOR'B.' !'. AVERY &: COTS FLows'

gallons without the cask, are now the United States, t gives, the final blow to the son has paid tax, the amount und characterof Broom, StreetJNVharf._4f>-tf
at from to thirty-live cents pernicious dogma of State tights It is declared scrip received from such i>crson in pay --- -
thirty per
that Congress lias paramount sovereignty ment of tax and the amount (if any) of O. S. OAK1IS, .
I gallon for last. year's vintage. Two year old on all ;questions relating to Congressional money received from such person in |>av-, CENTRE: STREET,

forty to tiny cents. Freight to New York elections, and compel 1 obedience neat of tax, and the Treasurer of the city is : BUILDER, %

J |1.50 per 100 pounds, about fifteen cents IK.T to its laws "'l' bad Mippo.-od' that the late hereby ordered to set apart one-third of CONTRACTOR 52 tf... FERNANDIXA. FLA.
internecine war between the States, settled all money and scrip heretofore j paid in for MAXfFACTfRES
gallon by rail. By isthmus eight cents iKrgallon. this: question forever. said tax of 187J, which money and scrip teo WILLIAM. WOOD, Jr., .

The wines, do improve by sending The Key of the Gulf( is: responsible for the set apart shall be refunded upon proper i application MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, SAWED AXI ...
around the Horn. Twenty-five to seventy to the j,ersons r<'l'pl'.tin'lwhu TURNED: DALUSTERS, XKWEI.S,
above. It will be new to the |people of the same in. NEWSDEALER
the usual area of vineyards. luiid STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVITROI'GIIS -:>- GENERAL ,
I five CI'Cd.ii: Florida to stigmatize; the very foundation on SEC. 7. lie it further ordained, That the I SHIU'fHIXG I I ,
ordinance adopted February 15. 10, "regu WEATHKRHOARD-: BOOKSELLER, STATIONER
whole ot had
which our system government
of the Tennessee Coal anti ;
THE proprietors lilting the rate of percentage to be collected ISO AND FLOORING -
t Railroad Company, in Franklin county, its origin and still rests as "the pernicious on city taxes for the year 187t, and making : Dealer iu Fancy Arllrles,

southeast Tennessee are soon to have one dogma of State Rights." appropriations theruuder," and all ordinances
I of ordinances in conflict with MakesStair CENTRE:: STREKT }
works in the United or parts and Churrh Work FERVANDINA .,\.
j. coke
of the largest I:. I), STAMFORD, President of the Louisville this oniinance, are hereby regaled.Adopted A SPECIALTY.
States, having :-"OO coke ovens now in operation March 17, ISM. -
and Nashville Railroad, has resigned,
i and 200 building. The (company T. KYDD. Shelf Patters, Picture .Frames ,
und 11. Neweomb the Vice-l'residcnt
intend making iron on a large scale, and Victor 3:>-4t President; of Council. Lamps{\ Croquet Sets, Hand Glassts Combs '
------- ---- OF ALL
which has been elected l'fl'oidl'nt.11 differences SIZES. Brushes: etc. '
have bought forty acres at Cowan on : H great variet':
t they will build two iron furnaces at a cost of between the Nashville and the Louisville; JOB PRINTING, in every style, and tit frost Office IJox 174. Also Sewing Machine Needles l /Oil, etc, '
1200,000. Company have been adjusted.: lowest rates:: at the MIKKOB.office. jan4 Fernandina, Fla. Clil\loer' Inkstands, 75 cents.



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l FLORIDA' 1\111:1:01: : : At (Jninesvillo: I met n very intelligent 1'I Some MoreOf A'KSONV1I'INS.1::; \ : : : ( OL.1 AXD J II. J ItAKUIC: .\ II ltl1.,

--. - -- '- -..--- Ingiish: : gentleman, now residing! in XewYork thus nice French I'.roadcloth: and t M0111LK\ : HA1LUOAD. .
SErv.It-\VEEXLY.: : : who was looking into the Mibjeet of Tweed Coats: : still on hand and will be !soli M.VTEII Tn\NfPOUTATON's| OFFIt'lI I

.- ..- -- --.- -.- ---.-. timber lands: ( : with the view of furnishing out much t IS below. \(1..1.t, t.)1.:1CITY 1- DOWNKV.oet : TAM.AIIVS.SKK: :, FI.A.i February :.1, t ISM: II. |}
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FKUXAXDIXA( FIA11U1)A.JLfiWIf information which might lead to the control OF KEWSXMXA: March o, t'4iO.1'rupoah On and after Monday, February: :2!, 1 18M I), 213 I'curl SI.. Xow Yorit.MAsrrtTUitii' .
: (tr.linlot' this road run .
) will
passenger follows
) as!
of :such" land* in Much manner n" to \ : : are invited for the scavenger
H .:/lXI./.I } /11, lS80. \prevent the wivMffill destruction of timber work of the City of Fl'rJlllllllillflr twelvemonths !, viz :
commencing' April\ 1st, 1 l.ssn.Also PASSF.XGUll::; : TILIJ.HT: 15OUXD.' l
..t 8l'J:8CIUI'1'I0X; for lumber and naval stores"", and regulate ina bids for removing night soil for the' Leave Chattahoochee..daily ut.... 2Wp) M. ; orIlltltia'1'IR' .

..---- --- -- -. $1 1'1':1.....-.. -.J.VAT.V.ll -. great degree! t the question of sui'plyauralale-: \ !space of seven months, from( April 1 1st 1. l.sso:; Leave (juiney ..,...... ........... ...... a':,::.! p. M. "
-- -- ----- --- ':\\'Tallahassee......... ..... ...... ,.
IlIlIn,!. The question! is one of great importance \ Hiiiidsill" be required i for faithful performalice : I 1.1) p. M. f
,. T r rftnlilislinl" a Ratines* Office! ,tt tlit( ( of the work. Leave: Monticcllo ..,...... ..... ...... 7111 p. M.
1"+iKt ojffnr((', iimlerthevhariteiifMr. ]11'\\ ]-''. II W, and deserves: lhauglitl'ulconsidcration, T. I KYHD, President.: Leave Greenville....:.... ...... ...... S.'iH I'. M. : : l
i/7" ) trill reeelff sttlisrrl/tfiont, livrtfirmcn, The guests of the Cincinnati Southern, I IJ.: O. Fnir.m Clerk.Ifofrl Leave\ Madison; ....,.. ........, ...... !1)) 'Jit; I'. M. 1? f
ami/ 8th{'/'the l:teorrfur the Minuon, and who
has jut per on ,.rilc.I'brtolffee ( ucinnat'usln'itkinglotvinglernavoftheunuuudctl t .Uv'tculv.1uMiNT Arrive Savannah: ......... ...... ...... lUI1t.M.!J
Arriye'I'hutnastille......... .. ...... (n; ;1.. A. M.
yottee.Officr ), hospitality and! cordiality' : with T Hall: ; : HOTEL. -.! M I Kimball, Uoston : Vrr'vo' Albany......... ....,.... ...... 10 :2" .t. M. olu"ea" : nua: ;11t11IItE."
] X
which their :Southern: guests were received Gearg3henry) ; Bier New York : A'five .: -City( ........... ..... ...... 3 ."," A. al I.
I tours-From son: A. M. to< 7:00: t'. M. by the people of Cincinnati.: The :South:; is John Lynch Mrs. (C, U Maine) ; ]1)) F;Miss Kelley.Kate Philadelphia Arrho Ualdwin. 1 ........ ..... ... ...... I U.t! M. 'j
:..tuneOrders and Registered, Letters from \ ; : Mabley, MableyV .Inl'iteJ15eksailltihh' ........... ...... 7 r.II.M.) .
*::00\ .\. M. to 1:00: I'\ M. ; ami. from 2:0u: 1'. M. more nearly allied to the Xorthwestern: porfinu 15 ;Muir :and. wife: MrsG Y X Lothro'p, Arrive' Fernandina'! ........... ...... ;a$ -to '" M.
to :3:30: : ( of the Union interestlhan 11 II'1; K: Hildreth, 1g l Turns\:Iwol'lh. ]H I I I' Arrive ( ( Under, Formula of Geo. U. Forrester, )
: p. Sundays: from 10:30::: to 11:30:: A. by common : Gainesville! ............ ...... 501 p. M. )
st. and :3:30:: to -tO:::!( r.: M. the Kast.: The great trade of the South lies Farnsworth' : II F l'hertsanal:) wife. Detroit : Arrive ('\.Iar Key ,........ .,... ...... !1) :30: p. u.l'.1SSiNUl:11'i'11.11N1'al' .
\\ )1) Kamlall: Chicago ; J Adams' ; Boston. :
ARKIVAL AM DKl'AKTfllC: OF TIn! I MAILS' in t the flour meat and grain of t the West, It Hrooks! and! wife" New York ; Mrs Goo ( :: : ) : 1JOUXD.)

Ai/rt/iern J/I I.
Closes :3i HI) M.. 1C Downs, Miss! Kdith:. It !Downs) :XeYork \v 1.:1Fl'rnalldinl ...... ...... .....1030: ) .\. M. 1'1'011011111'1..1'y\ Orange) Growers the! very {
tbtttlicrn JA<,u7-Arrives ::5u;;: ) p.. M ket for the fruit and \egetablcs: of the Gulf ; A (' 1'helps\ wife and I two children !Leave ( Gainesville\ ........ ..... ...... !1)''lI:: .\. M. '
: i'
Closes 10:00 M. region. ;MrsS! 11 (Chamberlain: Dayton Ohio ; W I:' Leave Cedar Key ........,..... ...... I :30) .t. M.
81.; : t M. Leaue Ualdwin: ......... ........ ...... 7 oo) '.
Minis ami 1 '"trr'fill Mail- General; Jesse' Carter, an old, nll.ln'l1- Itro vat, :St<1 Louis! ; Paul; Tobias[ Xew York ; \ M. 1
Arrives Tuesdays! and Fridays.!: at :2:30::: I'. M. known citizen of Florida died at Waldo on lion 0 S: :St'ymnaairanl: wife" hen; l'.1- Leave Lake City ......... .,.... ...... U!) -10 p. M. Ht'st :llannre for the Orange TrMfitr.s <>..
Closes. Mondays; and.I Thursdays vSjO( ) ruff :tool wife, Lilchlield, Conn ; henry(1( LI'ua'l1l1l1ah ......... ...,.. ...... .I 1 :30\ p. M.
.\/. Jfury's, (lit.; oiitii. : A. M. the 2.itll: after a few days':, illness. General; I Parker Mrs: Parker, ]H I \II Ilrown" I lost onDS : Leave 1 Live Oak........ ........ .. .... 2 15 A. M.

Arrive* Mondays ami.I Thursdays, at son: .\. ('al'lI'rWI; formerly citizen of Columbia ) : Arnold Misses F.mmaand:: 1 Minnie .\ 1'nllll. Leave Madison ...,....e........ ....., a{ 51' A. M t.
.. Tuesdays, ; and, Fridaat: 2:30::; I'. M.M.I.'I.tlll'"ay'al1l county, a member of, the Legislature for Brooklyn, NY ; \\' I' 111'rl'l'Il.'i'4- 1..a\.OI.I.I.II\.I\Il'\ ..,............ ...... .1 I :3l!) .\. M.i t
Leave Monticcllo\ ......... ..... ...... 5 j to) r
\\ Sat'd'ays. at {S:00): ) A. cousin ; I U L :Summerl'm: \ Orlando, Fin: ; (G I 1 I' ( \ M.
1 Closes'I, Tuesdays; :" Wednesdays: M. many years! lie was: very much f"IpI'dl.lHlIIIIIIlII Webb, (Gainesville;: :< : Jules Griner 1 It M I S ; Arrive Tallahassee ......... ... ...... 700A.M.
Fridavs and Saturdays at 2:30 old citzeiis of I'Iuricb'iIlllear of Strand ;Mrs H M Burch, New York J I I 11lilrchl'hieugo. Ll'a'I'.llIahu.I: ,............... ...... .M:30: \. M.
SAM'L'. mil)ill':1.1" : I' M 1. hisdemi.se with regret.The : ; I Leave Quincy, ......... ...... ..... ...... !loos \. M.
1' M.
1'o It It S'I'I.n.s: : (
(1111'11TE: : II .\
facilities Arrive ChaUahooehce........ ......I n I :::0.M.. -
for travel to and from Cedar
..'1.1l1I Ml1'ort COX XF.CT:( IONS.: : : ,
L. O GAL ItEFLECTIOX I ri Key have been greatly increased.:\ The .Id-! At Live Oak daily with the Savannah,

1I/irrll makes! weeklv line to Havana.: A of 1'IIHlIIHI. Florida.! and Western Hail way: to and, from. .

A uxi:' : reeeived from I II. S. )11'<'11111"", M.I semi-weekly line pins;l to Tampa.\ Frul11c 1UCII WATKU.: Savannah: and all Xorthcrn. Eastern and

I II., who !spent the winter in this vicinity \\' Orleans a weekly lute, anal from Mobile Wednesday, March: n..lli: :: .\. 1. I'. M. Western ( 'it it'l.1 FOK. KvnuY'l'AKM: : t (CHOP, .
Thursday" April) 1... 02:: : or:;>7 At Lal'I'IIIIlih'' with the Florida: Cen
mostly at :St. Mary's, announces! his arrival ;a line has just \been put on. Friday, L'... 1:2.i::! |fYI: tral Haitl'lla.t; to and,; from Jacksonville/ :< \ St.

f .... :at t his: home i in Philadelphia, \ in excellent The manufacture: vegetable crates! employs :Saturday:; I ::1... ::::'H"> ::::01"( Augustine 1 I'alatka! Enterprise:: \ and Land

health. He espressos himself as grateful for: \ agrcat many persons; at the mills:' along ings on the :St.: Johns \Itiver. Prepared; on scientific! principles\ to produivu '
the kindness.) the road, KXTEKEH.: : : .\1 Ualdwin daily: with the Atlantic: (Gulf
extended to him hy and the sound of the hammer: I am
our people March! :28! Steamer .s,'. Julius, ,, Vogcl, (Charles- nn,11'1: !India; Transit Uailway: toand from J
and. highly delighted!, with our climate, told is to be IIl': 'lllatc] into the night amongthe ( Ion. Fcrnamlimi: : Gainesville 1 (Cedar: Key, and large 'i'IlllI'r acre.

HS; to the latter he feels; indehted, for his restoration packers preparing for, :shipments.' An March 2*. Steamship: City of MI/AM( Ilisk: IXa with steamers for Tampa I Key West I and

to health.Acknoiilcilfjiiicnt.. elderly gentleman, from .\lahIIII'hlll1l: 1 ".\II, X. 1'. Havana.At 1 : .
('I.g.\ ItF-II. Cliattahoocheo: 1 times!weekly with
----- ---- -- met on the train, said, he had, never seen sucha March 28, Steamer .';(t. Joint. *, Yogel, Jack: the People's\, Line and Central' Line 110:11/110 .

hard working) sot as the vegetable men ;jI sonville.March. and from Columbus, Hulaula/; Fort (nines; I Ato DK U.KIM IN'

To those who have: shown so much( :sympathy \ I that all, white and black, w ,'n'lt work from i i.tl'lIulllit ; :2S, Steamship: City! f I'lildta, llisk: Apalachicola: and\\ other L'ivcr: tailings\ !

for our great loss and \proved the :same: by late at night, and with a vim New York. \ V'Klogant. :Sleeping: and Parlor (;oadl'lI.'o.dl'lll1' //'BI m AGUIClII/nillAL( : OHKMIOAI;: -
escorting the remains III'0ur ami \Lucas Patent, run daily be-
captain to their )
\ which he bad: never witnessed, before/ yt the COMMVUCIAL. lwren'I'allahassee t \. Jacksonville.VTtflJuiek :\ .
fast t resting: ,] I desire
to el lt'IU1111)' MIIeere south that even the negroes had. become (; time, Mire connection, perfect SULPHATF: AMMONIA I ,

and most t heartfelt thanks. enthused and. vied{ with their white Eel lnw'- FcrnaiuUna Market, safety.; UDGAIl( \' \\.1 ET,

T. KoKTLCPEI! : ,. I laborers in driving work. 1vcrythiugat was t'OlmlCTIIIntK: : I: r.\' nv WM. IAWTKV. 20-tf Master- Transportation.it. \ \ -. .. -.-- ) l'I'IiA'l'1:5011\! : ) ) I IHlJl'lm

Mate of Hark: Theresa. double quick.:: Spirits Turpentine......... ............ ;w (._11 :!91 t i,:. nO'I"I''aUIC.: :
--- Iu: ,ill, common I-lraiue'I.$1' '.'.'>(r1J, 1 l IU( t.
The City rtcctlon.The The ,dark green of the orange!: groves along Tar........".... ... ...... ...... .....none ill'1IIal"l...t. : PIIOSP1IATK/ :; : LIME, '
the road. has changed to the bright (. i ..... .... '
ticket nominated: at the I'epnblican: I Il'am'II" ; pea green 'little'Fairpontlute.' .. none in market; T + I KUXAXDIXA: : / ) FI.OIMDA\ : \ 1 '
new growth which has been so rapid' and so Cotton' Sea Island in the seed... -1J ((it iin"'IIIlIl111"
last week and winch SULPHATK
.we /gave in the PoTASII ( i j
last i issue of the Mirror had. full that the entire appearance of the tree ischanged. nti.ti I .in: IN!
so many vulnerable Jlrtatl, ..11111.1.l'ollltlI.'TJoI1U f'' t

: objectionable le features that a majority \I. The young groves have not been' : : \ MII. CI.AUKK\ :, t'int' V u usily Uroccric ,. NITUATK: (OF) POTASII.
back at all this winter and, will show
of the representative\ IJcpiiblicans: s' have put uw'andert'ul Dealer in l-'ruitt, "Vegetables! (Janlni ...4ed.<, etc

since declared\ their determination not to I growth during the year. Very \' 1:0: 1':1'\111.10:11.: : > MUIHATIJ: : OF) POTASH, t
soon, the question'\ will be a-kcd, if I
no longer
support it. In fact the more. the ticket and Potatoes, per Im..IIl'I.$1 40fi(;; $1 l ;,11() (
the means hy I which it was brought out are this part of the country will /grow the! orange.The :Sweet 1''tatm'4,1'1'\ J,1I..h.I........ 7"N!. >I 0) 1'110\'ISIONS. :UII'II.\Tg i ; )IAONJ''HA.; :: I J. I

diseu-vd, the greater the dissatisfaction orange ,gro\es will be I the most noticeable Cabbage): \per hundred....... ........10 KV/ju)( :! (1111)
to II"'. The appears '- feature of I the ,'ollnlr)'. Onions) \per quart.................... lo)(.! l iri: 00) SULPIIATl'J L I: OF SODA. /1
\ following :address embodies (Cow Peas, per bushel.............. I 1731.8( 2 the sense of the more thoughtful of The :Spring; 11'1'111.of. the Circuit Court opens\ Tomatoes) per crate! ...... ...... ...... (0 l Wit) I 0 011( !I can rely upon\ gel(lug: CHOIClrJGOODS '*''''(> (> round lIon('. II

our lilplI'I( nf both parties.'aml the ticket on Monday, the :iJth.! Judge Vane of the Turnips: per' buueh.................. (jii'itrrrs. '.; 5 j ) : asXOTIIIXG

k. _' appended\,\ will receive their: hearty support' : :Middle t Circuit' will preside: in lieu of JudgeDawkins :I. (

STOP AXIi: TIIIXK.P.elieving : ; :<, who exchanges dn'lIitol'ith him.I ..A"ph.f'1':< \ bushel................... :2 (0111:1) :{ (00 Our circulars give: full )particulars, and are
I do not learn of cases of much importance ISananas, \per hundred\.............. ::3{ IHI((!(, 5 (itCoeoanuts ) : ( ; IllIT TII1J: 1'1 NEST: UIIAXDSare mailed, free to all applicants.! They will interest -
that the ticket) for city oflicers, any each..... ................. JII,11>( IT' if interested in I.
put' in nomination" at: the meeting"held on (' \'i1l1r criminal, to be tried., Severalof Lemons) per' hundred. 1............... ::1! <00.i> .1! (01) I or you Orange you Culture.are Agriculture I 15-Um( ( ,
the :25th! iii t. can: not he, regarded. othcrwi-e, the prisoners in the Oranges. hundred I....... .. .. .
county jail have ; per ... ... ::1{ (Oijj( ., I 0() __ kept in stock. --- --- -- ----- -----
than as an insult to the common sense andgood _. ...___. __
I 1 vamosed and! ha veil, the expense' of a trial 1L'LTIIY. TIIIJ n.OltlDA
;;; j j1Uliitetttoflht'eltizetlitif: \I Fcrnandina
and among, honoralile men reflects discredit Chickens. *rown...... ...... .."" .... :3i: (it> -KChickens ) illlll.'Itlll': iioir.su! ::, '
only; ('/}11III ii II I(,lIlt.(I. half-grown; ..... ......... :2i!o(<,, -'."1
upon\ th"lll'roll'll1I.h'r: whose direct )Ducks ........... i MKS.I :: IM.'FFJXGTOX: (; rilOWN IMPKOYKMKNT: : : COMPANYIVriiuiulimi )
management: ; it was presented; '1, it is hoped. that Editor Jlirrari0 !have had. to \put grown |per> j pair. 1 IIio< ( 12.1icese : 1)1' ,
. up Kggs 4 dozen..............,
it will have.Iipnrt from )ju-r ,,..... 2"l(";i :!;,
indiHciviit, to only the good 1 those n'Iauaretotally and future with carpet-bag rule ever since the ''new (: each................. .".."..... 7-:>(!.'j I IMI) COUNHII OK 1',N.: Ash FoHSYTII, STUIIKTH: ,

welfare: of our city. It is name, -. rdcrof things; ;j" but never have:\ we been (Guineas,, each..... ...... .............. ::11! (? A;

Me that: there is voter: in the city hal'lIpll".i.not :suh- cursed. with MI complete' a specimen of the Turkeys, eacli.................."..... 1 (HI'@, ] ::. JiirliNoutlJIo J I'la.TKKMS ,

to" t the baleful: influence or't hlil': who carpet-bagger as the present Ill-publican Ill-'Tl'llKIW; ; n\TS.lIel'f : :
wave I the cfl'rontcry! to t attempt t the pcrpctration )' nominee jor Mayor Fernandina.. A ; Tentiessee..",................... I 10()(/i; 1 IS $I.ONII l ti.OO PKU DAY, TOIVIIN! oil 1C. It. Line,
of this outrage: ) hut will 'devote a few man: !, lleef. Florida ..... ......... .....,,,.... :,(>if K)
hours "fI time to defeating the eudssml, : .. ht to who has not been amongst us long enough; Juttun.( .............................".... ICI') 1 IX According; t to Location. of Rooms.rillllS Aiul (V
be accomplished, l hy these machine! nominations. to kinAv the names of half-dozen. of our 1'ork...... ............... .."........"".. (,i. I 10Sa
'flterea'liiIvhysuchatickc'tvhnul.I/I streets: ; who occupies a !second-class: clerkship usage....................... ............ (.i, 15ri.OL'H : WKLL-KXOWX: \ : HOUSK IS CKXL : "

be defeated are so 1II:1I1\-: and so evident, that I in one 01'0111' stores, alllll'llOulllw, lose KEEI, .:1'('. traIl V located. and having been renovated

there win them scarcely, in this he, any; necessity fur )ire- which li -tlay, would be compelled, to paOkhis Ilran ami Middlings, \per 10' (HI>s. 1 :iWn: ) 1 10) house.throughout The ,will be kept as a lil'!lt-dU'4= to LCSSCCM! and I I Purchasers:< a larlte:
renting short address. One ofthese Corn, j pct I bushel 1......"...,.......... hr I.;, 1 (IHI Proprietress/ having had, experience .
reasons would\ to most minds be Millii carpet-bag\ ; and leave to-morrow.,' too "' 1'llrl'r\ .: ftK/i' / !1) (III'' /both North and South will spare number of the most eligible and desirable

I'icnt : our Mayor: :should. he one who can heregarded who (h.IIl1t a dollar's intercut in the city, Hay, \per IOu hit...... .............".. 7.ibi i !III' no /pains, the for; the comfort of her \patrons, in I leas suitable for Uusiness! Purposes, or fur
a' making hou.se
as permanent resident, and one! ami! is nut even a rcgi"tl.t'.tl'lItef in the JI"lIIillI'r\ barrel..... ............ ( 'if'' ); home-like as any in the
who ii known to have a direct and personal Oats, bushel......... :T-tf City or Suburban Uebidences,
:State; and was registered in the per .......",. ( i, NO I '- -- -- -
Interest: in the economic and proper management city only a Ice, \per ton............ ...".... ......... ((i if In (KI' ;.n
; of/ 'public affair. few days since specially for this occasion. It I Ice, per KM) \Ibs........". ...... ...... (," 7" its. .A.VM: i.tiKiij; :, UPON KASY: TKKMS.\
With the hope that our city may he spared l is 1gr'I'4..'; outrage: tn impose sure a man on

the disgrace ami,; IlIi"ntltlflyo't"en"l of \'lllInlarit.conllllllill. the }It/.t. the following tliriiiixte I I any ('ollllllllnil( )'. .\slll! democrats arc not S'I'tIJ'I'nn: : )'I'"aC.l : rj "IHf) ST., 111>'1'. (CKXTIIK' : *: AI.AUIIM, 'Liberal Discounts) on Yalucs allowed to

ticket is; titli'red. Let every voter allowed a sh-nving) in this matter, and theUcpublicans FKKXAXDINA: : I parties engaged/ in manufacturing or huh1I *- '
P 1lI'lilli"'for: ;; himself" independent: of other influence : : have it all their ,I
u own
way -; ;
) ) trial
determine which ticket he can put' : HXAXIX.FJ.OIW.: ).\, enterprises; wIll viII erect on the }property -
they certainly call afford to pick' their
most confidence in, /for ai /aural llIIi"'r"-} PEM.KB; IS rot purchased substantial( improvement
tion of I the aflair.-i: of the city, and then cast best: man. Tlu'1'are :several< colored men
:uis: \"te:1.'i his conscience shall dictate : in our community, who own real estate, MAMTACTirUEJW: AMI I DRA I.KIM: I IXN ('holt.t, i'ruiltt au(l VcxHiililcM' for residence! or in which to conduct their

For Mayor: -XOKMVX ISnowxsox. are :good' citi/ens, who are really interested COXFKOTIOXKItlKH; : KTC.I1H ; )business.INDITCKMKXTS.
For Clerk un.lTreasnrer-IauLO.: < FIUEXII. in the growth and welfare/ of our city, who loves, Il <> iilf> iuml ItutiKfN' I ; : TO MAXUFAUTIM- I1
Marshal and Tax ('uIl'ctor-\r. P.
would, till the j 1o' sition with more dignity *l' Harden, Heeds Flowers Farm and 1
c GlFKoKU.For I 1 : 1'WoJ.: by exemption for u term of years from b I,
Assessor 4 = -Pirmi M. MII>I>I.KTOX.: \ and credit than the present nominee.: If (hid:: TIN Garden; Implements! 7 t tfAMII
For (:osulcihuenfT.1RKl! ( : I D. IJ. I\x-! man has nu more scnv of decency or shame : AND SIIKIJT: ; IllOX: \\ .\ ra:, : : :. taxation, offered I by the several! cities anal ,!

Tnt. I'FrtR1Li: \ 0101. 1'RFD.V.. HOYT. UonKUT about him tlum to' ace'-pt a II.Jlllinali'JIlullllcr ; A ricii\n:: towns. Apply' to

: F. :SuTIIV.. LEWIS, JAMKHMiGIEKIX: + : such circumstances for heaven's sake let IWWJXO( AND urniiXJ.Ju't ( ; : : .
:: .\ Il'tL Iltaw! '1. I the | ) .\Klm.AXU; ) (''ON1'F.Cr1ONiit.S'Cllnl'E ; : : P,dOllic (01'. Iloaeh: tt'thnts., Feinundina. ,
good ('ilizl'Ulllt'alll'artie4 and colors get together l
--- ---- KMf
and Humiliate who has the inItrest :
a man
On the Line of Jlotttl. -:----- .
I of our l'itat heart, no matter if he 'be- .
The crops along the Transit: i Railroad: are as black us a slat. k of black cats, and let this 1'I'l'f\'Il-a large consignment! : ofHtovra. ; ;iJ'- T It YAW. 't3.; .
looking very well, and shipment.of\ all disciple of Jill: Chandler/ go back to his l own ('rocerl, ('I;;urH. flail Tolturrow I
I state. I wonder he .should dire to rule The (;OOK' JJJWKL": : h appropriately
kinds ufl.tahll'i front about \rreclllwlo. over
u "set: of barbarians YOTEK. "
any way. -jt f U a jl'Vl'l."c will not
The season! H" far !is very favorable.Mr. '.

J. .\. I....,.. of Sumter, says that jMirtion' 1'OST.IL CAIlli t'OltHLSJ'OMH\CE. be undersold.I 1. W.- KntertainmentM: and( Picnics, -f *0'. ., ,,
furnisheil, at the shortest notice at rock-bot FAMOUS-. )i' t
of the !State ii improving very aims'lt, and the I-- ly SICUN1)5T.- '-;-- --- -om-. >.SITK. I I". <>. tom price, ut I
-- i'
M.inplctinn! of the I. ike Ku>tis Kailn-ad has Key IIVlefre */. ANGKL'S( ; ; IIAKKUY: -r.mr"d Flour.
hing rains and 14'11. B. ('. UIt"I.a! :. .
> Sunday Centre
.oin'llllew life and merry to the UPJK.T Oek- Sunday Street,

lawuha. The railroad!, projects are .tiU anljjwt night ; w'cather'utiu'wl.at cooU-r, thennom.itir C. 'KXKIIAL; ; : COMMISSION':: MKUCHAXT, -.L: _._____ _Opp.! oM II_!'._(>._Uuiiaing.. -

of 'uI1H'n-alillll, and the jicopleurein 7' average. J4ilu: worth of sjiongesold : 111''I'ItO1': o 1.1 T .\ x i> i jv i \ a ONLY FIVE; CKNTS: 1'KU: I'OUND. i
at auction yotcrday.Cltarf filled ('INTKC: HT., XE.\U H.: It. DEI-OT<: .
,F a ".uteofauxiouscxl'trtanryfurthewatrkto 1 KOOMS I
I j I with \buyers again; to-day. Our market* -
lMiiii. FKUXAXDIXA:: :
FLA. ( the Post
,tilled with poultry and rgp this wet k from OpjMx-ite Oflice,)
At the land office in iaine!>\ille I Haw avery j Ttxa.s and the Mi.-sis>ippi \"lill\'. :Several; II. HOlllHIl'I"I'I1"TOR.. J I. J-tf AT OLU 1'. O. HUILDINO.
IIuj, Corn OutN. :
large government map, uj">n the waleof I ,tine llI1i.1iIl1art'\ in prices.f ;completion ttfTTM ]l.1'Itll'.1TF.. --- .- .-

half an Inch to the mile, giving the Ito-a- i within our City limits. They are m< ,*tly -- : ANI TltANHIKNT: IWAItDIXG. U'. 1(. I1, II 1:1: I G IIT,

tiara of the- railroad as built and locatedfroiuJacksonville I 1 residence Mirch\ U.1tu'putiutl.. a I ) BII: \tivSponrer: ....' .ua'nx.r: I Jlo\Ki> HE.\IIJ UIJLE. No !j-ain-t "spared' to AOKXT,

, \ to |Vii"aiitIaaniJ from I- ('rIlUII- I I !uit castomere. .. 173JHMASONIC.There : WHOLESALE AND KKTA1L
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tlina tit ( 'tilar Key and to 1'all1lo| l. with the ] JSarfialna! In the i'lly IJI" \ ST. I.u\'ItI, 11011". "' .(', tlrurrn/t. will U u regubrcom.- : I ] ) UT'J1Ilt: AND STOCK 1 DKALKIt: : ,

limit bud grunt ;lU-M !nati-d at six and tifieeniiiiles rt. Amelia l>Mlge. No. 47, ) ANDheeler .

on each hide. of the linti of rwl.Klorifla 1. i Grand; clearing out rale for the next thirty J. \\". TiinMi Mix. of the Keursarge House, t' a%k A. M., tui Monday evening, February In Ire.
I lays. All the entire g....t. mica 411 hand utait White' Mountains\ rroprietor.Transient Jl: at 7J o'rlrn-k oharp. Trarmient brethren
\ "Kfiiu: now ('utt'nll.t11"111; a !stage nunteu..sacrifice; .n aecuunt of retiring; rates, |;..J1' j l'er day. Liberal are fraternally inviti-d to attend. 'fKNNKHSKK: : : ; I1KEK A Sl'KGIALTY.

improvem.-iit, which !U must hoju-ful) for J from "hu>ineas, M I. Ihwxti.silt. term.t acute tH tin**; doiring! "oal'll by the w. F. bcorr) w. Si I. HKOOM BTBEKT WIUEF

the future. __ ) V), week:: 11 tf, J'JIIlC .\. WJUT.vey, fretary. I lU-tf FKKNANDINA.r .



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I --- f lnI.'nl.nr..Il1i111tl ralllt'r.t'I\11\11Iitt'II l termed his "reservations" I do, t ."f'1'i117.1t1: : cotmr or I'LlRlfl-,
0.11.111.'ilo.\'I/, an outlet! for Sumter in any event if the Ock- ) + f.HI'ti"II"I' 'I I
1\\\'i :1tin. suicide on the :8th! nt his residence' in ; 101 klow', not having ; visited (111 tht'rlil.
i la satin gets too low for : Sympathizers with tht.II.1: Man that.tfie ItEStxfThs To Ilt"IlnS--t\\1'IU: TIKM: A, K.'hO. .

1)otheircrramidt with them : 10:' n; link enter joursolf into the in sacrifice the divitu Tin: riariitlnn devotes over a eoHimn to :i' 1 itrooklyn, bytaking! cyanide of potassium. I II white. pust-trader5, sell him poisonous: lolpiihn'I'isun, ,\I'lll1allt.1.)1.. I L. lrwnf't. '
1 He had been\ ill with consumption! for; come I' whlskcv and, cheat him in'vert' conceivable I ( !
) \
chain, and. led the joy, ail life of it. l'Orl'l'dinzI'ril'l of errors"; and tnl-statcments !t' 111'1 I.t'Ilt'll Cirl'li '
time past and was out of money :and dej t j way" while} the white squatter lcrowds trimottt" : !
What can I do for tlicc bcliycd'llisc which l appeared I in the OrlandoV- I On Wednesday, afternoon he \ by stealing the hutlessigncdfor II.1.1 j Unnil.iH, ('. .1. : '

} \\ feet so. little while ago imrlrr over the signature i of Mr. Harney. j I spomlent. hitI II 01'(111Ity; the I'nitcd 1 Slates I ;t\'t'rnll1 It I I In an action of tl'l'\'IIOI\ lands, U l i' (
letters to friends announcing
wrote two "" who do for his
will : lt'IlpathlI'
the t'loriitian necessary \
The statement made hy 1 prove
1"I\wlljI' "
Trod the dust with mine,
!sumo: wayside: I determination to kill himself: lie Mid that |; Indian content themselves with I title or actual possession, of the AiriM t'n gw _
I And now up path* I do not know he valuahle to the people of Orange county.A he abandoned all hope of recou-ry fronthis ',\ asserting that he has ..t.t > move out of the where the possession: of the plaintiff} i is ml- i
r f ', I Speed l, without pound or sign ? eon11eim'eui, statement i is given :showing :\ I;i way', or lake the consequence's": ; that I II Ibeit Ililh'.II\. the plendiiuts.'J. <<.
lr\'ntl'\'II1IHI the Put-
that the taxable property( of the county hadincreased ,1 i disease: and that s'' I I, '\ i istime' Iplnl"ol s. high. an :aiithorllyas \ Wh'ere; the d. 1 'I.t.mt, in an action of

What can I do? The perfect life : : from $iilijtl: ;: : in l"T.'Mo; $1.OOl."Di"in : !) I ter's field awaited him. announced: that ., (ieneral: 'hc'rllII. t rt''la: upon lands, pleads lift guilty, nnd
All fresh. ami ftirantl beautiful he !'ltnuIII1-t': cyanide of potassium, saying : land: was the property, of IIII.f,',
l ls7'!), while the State tax, allhough) the I II I I : (.' : .11".1 C".1":.\ dant iu fee Midi l plea admits I I
l la.101'1'111.1( its wide ami1' to thee ; that the announcement might save the euro- i iI I 11 1.1,1"\ illl" lc pnssession
; douMed in I lS7l'! i
valuation was II .
: was nearly I I .\1 our solicitation Ir. I i'. l M. i of and the .11'fco.lt:
t : Thy is over-Itrimined, and full I 1 nor the trouble' of nn attup+,y. Mr. Colyi-r Whilld.l. Ilaillilr. "' defeat
; his
cup show to
of 187:1: arty
less than tax
! : 1S73.: ;; The State: ; ::; :01'; ., wrote for theM+ Iwd l AYir.i full deI 111..1 th'
Nothing 1'1'111:1111for:' me. + In I W;*\ the' WUI! I IhiglUhman:: forty-three jears old I coverv.Judgment.
l! : : and in l 187! $ lUi.W.( I se'riptiuh and hi.t'ory: of the Clement attn: .'ir- afllrmod.
and had been in (this country lift' ecu \ cars.Some1 .
; State government' was in ]republican: hands, |1111t. of which be i is the main: proprietor. 1. C. Marey: iV: S ins, counsel for appellant ;
thin months it is said, on reading of'
\ \ caress ; and in 187!) in PeiiVHTatie hands.: : .\1 the I ago; I This( 1It,1 was copied, throughout the conn- ,\. P.iggett, counsel for; appellee.John .
I the distress in Ireland, he gave half of hisweek's
Inrush little s-traws from oil'} thy way, same rate of taxation in IS7.5, the State! tax the relief fund. try, and Mr. Wbiltidd has 1I'ly had i re- I. v.s, Adalincl'.rowne,
1 of I 187!) would have been about $1 12iniii,( instead j salary I to IrlwIH"11.:1 R. |{ has .
Tempering with my poor tenderness j published in the Ii 1'1 of a dl'l'llal" 'lo which 1\lli Sirrah: .irne',
t short of$itHHl( or as actually levied Thomas II. llarnes. ,1ml I Louisa J.
The heat of thy day. Till: //.OK//M H.ttLtttt.in r.i.sis.. i he has made the following addenda of questions
Rimes, his wife, and 1'II1aht'lh: ((l i.Cold-;
ollll\l'ht\ hut very sweet to give;; TUB Vfcrcontaini+ letter of inquiry' from l'nat"r1I111'C', of North C Carolina; : as attorney and answers : sni'thlh''s11ahdt'nts-.11'pcal' from the Circuit

And it i is grief.'f ;grief to hear fl'nlltt Louis about orange:\ and guava: jelly, I for the Western North (Carolina Hailroa,1 I I Iu answer to the many' inquiries rlal1 l'III'llirIwhllll'OIII\
to the Clement attachment which \\ ./.
proI :
we"understand, another hud writ :11'
:\ \ party the : 1"I't
That all these: ministries are o'erAnd Company yesterday Iii Suprcou't I I pounded to me through! letters, sometimes I lIit in equity 101'hUhl mortgaged,
thou, SD happy, love, elsewhere! teili. 'kn1)w if any one could furnish 1.\(101)( I Court' of the United States made. nt I the rate of one hundred I per week, 1 subi :and I t to apply t the }proceeds; I 111'1'1'11" the I payment -

Dost: 111'1'.11111'. never more. oranges for preserving: daily. There i is a : to vacate :and set aside the order made: I byMr. i mil the 1 following, which I have compiled, of I 'promissory\ "" 1'1'1'1111" I by t time'ntnrtg.tgc

great abundance\ of sour oranges about Or- Justice Ira; ,they on the I'd:! day of February 'I us "covering all the important, I'"ilt"1\ relation is an adi.'IIII'1. a contract: founded I-
.\llIl11'all.lo for thee! hut this : Lake and( on the X-klawaha. but whena I I thereto : upon an instrument ul'Ivu1thogtuldcrscaltvithul
'ange the bond executed bv
last, approving I
First t-I Is the
; factory the of tenth !" of
thl'rl'l! 1'tlh1..hl..l meaning
( Working on hlimlly, knowing not hundred, isoll'ered the division uf the Western North 'I'lll
market prirenf fifty cents per western 1 to 1,1111ltll'I': these machines: II !I. lt Chapter !I""!), the Laws
If I may give thee! pleasure. so ;) in Jacksonville, it cannot be expectedthat I 1 m (Carolina l Kailroad: (Company' : \\ W. llallins: i l what place: and at what price? lied ".'n act "Il : lt FI'lrl.( ," t

( )hit of my own dull, :-shadowed parties' having) sour orange groves will 'I.le''. yl. MeLotid" Henry J. l Rogers: and ht hers. I Answer-I made arrangements with R. M.1.I approved, Jilil.lilll: : I .!, and, such !:lit
order of the
1"11,11111,11'1' the court
The + W.Ih.quil'l'll
I ', ;gin stand maker in Memphis, be maintained. in equity! notwithstanding :
I can arise: and 1 go be at the trouble+ of gathering, packing and i ) to be in the sum ofSHM.ixiii, and to" j I '\\'r 1'11. to I make attachments, Ill died oft 1':1 I an action at law upon |time. note i Is barred.iKcrce 1

TII sadder, lives and, darker homes, paying freight to get $I.;,ii a barrel fororanges operate! a stiperseileas in the Florida" rail i t yellow fever in I$7 I $, Then I got the CarverSin I reversed.J. .
the rOIll'a": e. The grounds' lhemnlt'ttn are ( and Machine Company, of the same citvlo II. Ours andTbrasher Pavis) and
A dear heart\ from I hoc : which, would he consumed: by I Hampton : -
messenger: the the bond '
substantially that approval
them. few made in North counsd' for I ii I"'. Taylor
Who wast earth a comforter packing' and freight., This i is an illustration based. by Mr. Justice Bradley:. on I the la,1 1 1111'1'lt ; :
on ; was
:.$' I I .\Ilhala. but lately: made; nrrange-: I I':. t'. F. Sancliex. it. 111111,1'0111'
,.t'::. .\11,1ay to those Avho welcome me, of \\'a'telll'e""rel' simply because remun I consent given by Scimataruu'r as counsellor 11'11 the Hridcshuig: Manufacturing: II.I for appellees.
:. her. I'rati1'I'i'I' is i not given With a fair price' the Western' \ North Carolina RiilroadCompany I ( ( Ili North Front street Phil 1
I forth
sent hy
t am I : and without any judicial exaiui- I 'ollllall(01"1') ,' complete sets WlllII .\. C. Il'lh1'llilli\ In Krror: .
the sour orange: market will at once! become : ,111'11'1 .
'' 'f' nation to the as : 'urge' ,
; Peeling the while, how good. it is I cess: m.ieliiiiery, with nil the Marquis
1 of Importance' ; one advantage+ i is: they can required to he given, :and, that the parties: : The first 1 entire new set ill'\'I'-: partners 1111' til firm t Illt'of MarquisV
i. J. To do thy errands thus, nod think! be had: nearly all the year.FIMM who signed i ,I I the bonds, I as sureties were not I t them 1I'II was li'r'I'.1, : Senoia, (Ili., who Co.I I Defendants; l' I'r.I'-Writ "f Krror'rftii :
It may he, in the blue, far space worth the sums: of money that they made: writes. his mill 1:1111'I in by \\ >lt/. :
I operation' .
I the I'HWH, : One of t the best counties l \ all! l.ivit they wore worth, and that I1r 1 IH wi '' It is error to submit a an' Issue i plea l
Thou {I atcha t from the heaven's prink, al'- t the first: of March IIXt. 1I r..John/ u S. Striding uponone t
.\ smile I thy face. in l'IoridaGrIIIvcrifie, : ,f.lrmillgi"caI; I proval, of UII' hllI,1, was \priK-uredby,l the false: I Westminster.. S. C'., has promised tut'' to t the jury' while! other pleas 11'llIail' undisposed
upon The planters there generally niisceverythingthey and fraudulent, representations male by I O.M. I to shop started in Carolina' ; or of, ,dl'l it appears: that they were not

is And when the day's works ends, with day need for home consumption+ and Mir- 1. ld.IlItI.1.,I II. Itiimb'iiuh: ; and others of I ( 'I\'t'a:I'I'III\' for I :H''III attachments abandoned.Judgment.
said: sureties, 10141'11:1101':1111'1': and that the and ,'hall card, ultimately, reversed.leorgij I. If.I 1
w And star-eyed evening, stalling. : in, plus l'a..III'l'ol' for an hit'' lime.Vu' give ill( Ilrrtics who signed. the Iii mild'ere responsible i- I the cards, 111.1 ( ( ; I'. 1ln"'Y.I'IIIIII"d: for the plaintiff 1 ;i

Waves her cool hand to (lying 110.)11.) extract from a letter received by the Commissioner 1 for thy am mnN of lII'I1Il'Ylatt',1: in their ning-frames drawing-frames, etc. The cost:: :1'10)1'1"1Iill' in i rror ; (1. ( ;\IIII'I', counsel for do-

And restless, :surging; thughts begin; : of luulnigr tiin, This letter was respective' affidavits, : to the bond. and\ also of new machinery: at Uridcsburg would, be li'luhtllt in error.Josiah .
Lfkesatl hells out of tune, in I that the said: ,} J. II. RunuViugh.: :; l'l.. )''ulemint about :$ IHM,! ) and if bought putt new and / T. Walls M. :
: addressed Judge. Harris" of (Juiney, reply Appellant, vs. clalppellees.lppcal I
the time made the 1'II.\.I.
\Loud\ ( others', at I they balance l it
I'llra\ ', l>enr Lord, to whose: great love to one sent ,by him to the writer) : Fiveor I representations' knew the same to be'false.: can: be had:good for about Il'I'olll.hall,1*.,aHl' .I machinery$:::\\.1. TWI cuit' I Court. 1'11' .Akit 1 r

Xor hound nor liulit-line i is set, six years ago: I planted, two acres of sugarcane \\lt.ltlj\\ Hl. or more sets bought at once would be some llnoln(1( (!. ,!, :

I thirteen miles' west: t of(juineyj; oneacre tint'I'1; percent. cheaper.Are \ 1. An objection' to the of
liivc( to my darling; implore, .\'II1iLisil.ie : !I. I you 1 satilled,I with it ? Is it a success? vitne'.tvhnse competency evidence 1
\ deposition '
ratoou of planting one' acrefresh lom'I'd in
previous' years : ,
Some IIl'W. sweet joy, not tasted: yet, makes the I more than I hoped to fun 1
( }r,.t' Augustas S.jla: : f.UowiIlJIIh \11"\1-1 4 may be made at / it ;
For I can give no more." planting. I put up (fifty-four barrels of li. ,III' saves all I ever" represented and Mich is tlu'i/I', l"I.t'rl'I
Nebraska, and \Lo the, 1"t. h111
\ on : ohjl'I'I"1 WI
syrup' 1\11.11'01,1 it in J':hi fan: la and (Columbus i. TIl mills an; netting 1'01 thirty-three jection to' the time and mannerof
And with the words, my t thoughts "shall, climh at Ii ftt Wll and I !-i x ty-1 WO cents a gallon.My Indian : I fifty jvr: cent, 11'1' 11 their entire taking:the deposition: at the time: of
With I following feet the heavenly: stair liehoM] on every :i.lc specimens of theJ'liiitin investment, i at n all I that I have: heardfrom. ceiving notice of t the .
since has been from t twen taking
average carp : &: and jlnfn 01'| Nebraska This is not The one at Windsor, N. (I'., I i.s the 2. 'lit 11'dcetlcmuuttberer'iveil in ' rt'I 1 I J'
twhil'h: thy !so lately sped, I
\ steps ty-two to twenty-eight barrels per acre each only the Cereal! hilt the Jarden; State of the only one of 11 new lal'1III'I'111 Ilht111"I'OH'llt'III ings under the forcible, entry and J t (" 1

And seeing thee so happy there, year, and. it has proved of superior quality.I Union. It boasts: fifty-nine! species of roses : It, at I 11' ; !'! convening detainer; i act for t the I purpose: of basing right t t }

Come' hack: half comforted. also raise sulliriont!' corn, nu-at oats andvegetables and eleven varieties! 'violets. Tin-re a 1'1'1',11I1' 7oo) pounds seed" 1'llll daily into of action ur defence upon the title, I except '
;nC'n'w"i,:. for O\\'III1"I'Ul\ll from species of wild roses' one of which the 2J) l'lll yarn "1 each, I'n 1 I wlll the possession hl'ii part I is shown, for I
) my tispnre, abundant! Irromca I third interest iu all the
the Hox't'itiiiiili' I is so as to or Ilt., the "'" showing the boundarii-s
S/UlrlI1J .I I r7ernror( i fur Xwemlirr.ST.ITI seventy-live to eighty bushels, rough;!! rice, nuisance, its eradication, : being ditll.-ult patents; connected,I with thin new processandam ( I |1'1 extent, 'of (time, possession: : ) No orthe

potatoes, ground-peas<<, cow-peas and other from ooIl! formerly abandoned: fields.+I There general agent for nil others Interested title can be dalll"l, it i is .
: .viir.sTHE species: of cactus, and I grieve to therein-am the onlv \ authorized to 1111..t"lIol "III'I'III
are twenty : person for the such
I N ,
root I'rn 1'''' My cotton crop usually a lut rmnjictoiit) jury prirctd.jugs
say: that I he night-shade; family i is representedby I make: 111\1'11(':'uf State 11' county rights, to determine ( '
A'lt'iitfi'' hat: just t euterel I hopefully good,( one. One year I made, (from one acre I the potato-beetle weed!, S'J'iuiiin' ",". !/.If"'II. or rights to use the new process: of machine constitute" deed I or a wil" (11'1 "I'ltnll:1'1'

on its: f."l'th'ar, tobacco, which s.ld) fir W.(;!) in U. S, cur which was introcuccd by "freighters; ," across ry. I'. T. llardin., Windsor, N. C., Is i mvazent I J.I .Iilillol aull this .

the hotel rency. 1'I.I.I'hll'I' I is not for sale.aIMK. ) the plaliH. This i is the original; plant on ;, for that: Stale; M. J'.:. R.u-on, of OkolIna ;- .WI'IIt'ut.''ldIII'lt, reversed 1 "itll 1111 irnlre 1'1:1'rte n 1
THE ( t'liimlUulioti urges' inicstion. which t the abhorred, Colorado' ht'ttle.1'4 11I'l'IIIIIIIICllo I ami l .\. ((1 J. Withers, of Holly Springs, for awarded.i .
If the people of Montiec-llo are wise feed I before; the In-rioin, I IMward+l IS. Iuy; of Faunsdale,
i I. 1.1'1:1.1.1:1\1; immure Mississippi ; L i;. C.' I"'. :Sanchez; and I"', F.:, Hughes, connsd -
they will heed the suggestion.W. ; potato' came: in its way On/ the other baud; i! IiII Alabama: ; ; Dr. James .1. Ridley; NashI appellant' ; J. II. ( !oss, Thl.'ll.r' Davis f
three beautiful. species of lily wild+I and yule, lur.\liddle'1'rniase'; /
(Ii.! Ciiiii.sToi'iiEU: an old and, iiiiu-h respected Wfdo: not propu.'tu treat our readers with grow I I and I Hampton, 1111".1 for IIllllt'I'.
the variety known a.sSolomon:; ssc.il: is almostuniversal l \ 11.1'1'1'1'1'('111111 mill "folll'I'al'" 111,1
: citizen of Duval 1..lIlIItIlit.,1. at. his the l'urfl'lItrl..hlll.ttoll: scandals throughout the State.: One of the Illalll"ill.+ all new and of latest 11111'1\- Robert llurroiighs, I'laintill'ln J'I'II'1: Tlu'
m.tst peculiar; of the vegetable species! here is t by water I Stat,Mil' I'lori'1.1,1)ef'ndant t I in 1 Krror: -Writ
!place near: Jatksonville on the :,M inct.THK :;:.111tSu I San: omingo I was: nearly destroyed \ ;: : power I "rp"I'ry
thes )-ealle:Isoap-plant. ( )I'ur'ruunuftfvri1I'urif./ ; ) 1 Ilall'I.: wllllol'ar about as CII"': of Krnir to Madison county.,
telephone is uliout U> introduced, by lire on the 11th. No insurance; It contains in its tissues a large am unit of Cost,.: of 11I'h,: II'.r nay...................$I.4tH| < ) J\\ilkrnliiiryh\ ./. : 1I
!: ill Ju'kl'l'III\'ilI'.1I1111! a !telephone! exchangeorganized. : I lo.sS: $I 1rlIHQ' I )( alkaline tattler, and hence its popular name: I Freight and netting u'psav........ WiRoyalty I I11 Initial letter, interposed, between 1

F !: Juite a large. number of subriherr I j .Mixisrnt: SKWAUD has been recalled,I from it having; been largely used" by the early : .. .. ........ I5O. (til 1'1:1 a I mutt surname, I is! tin part of thenines'
pioneers\ iu the absence: of snap' ', 'I for wishingpurposes. i i JII'i.III and notivepmwcr.I ........ law knuvsonlysit'sihechrl then 1
; have !been obtained 1'ernandinacan : China and James of ( ; (
B1Ig'1'1I., Michigan, As for;, the 1/11/11'; my eyes grow II VI I.\ ICXI-KNsKS.: : iianu',
wait amlconncct+ ,hy the new railroad appointed. in his place. dazed l as I ga/c around'{ at the stuli'cd specimens 1 I Seven operatives at -I:1! : n.:, ''. An lllldlll'lIt presented I by aj>randjury
which convert the Central' 1'aeitic One superintendent say:i Its Incidentals t Burroughs: defendant '
r TliK Monticcllo C'intltuti of the :i"! th (! reached} Oalveston; th > I : : / Thl
JIMU\I.: U\NT : <
otllces into kind natural at ij..riii). .'I 00' in ,
t a of a museum of .... ...... ... plead abatement that hit name
says (JI lei.lt, the white man accuseil, of coiut I liuth, and was reef \'t'llly a large coucoumHe -. Iii+tory. Huge heads+l and horns and hairy I 4.up1)timuii.ure'tsleatliilut) ak pi-r pound' 2'' 7"> was Robert, llurroughs. The court permittedthe

lieity t in the murder of Mr. "'oll.IIII'IIIm." vWts New Orleans tod.iy.THK robes remind i 11' that in Nebraska was onceJhe : Mate's attorney to specify In writing the

:: !lien dischaved I. and Mae Jli"dricki*, the I cnipir'of| the bull'alo.: (Of course, strictlyscientilically I T"t.IIlnil" expense.... .... .......* t) 1 iintILy 'fact: Iliiit the Indieinrntvas found againstRoiicrt
: House; of Representatives engaged; I speaking, the /In: .IIu'rj"I,111 I VKMI'H KUIMMM.I'Ji : I Hurroiixh. under the name of Hlll.r
;iegro who confessed the crime has been i in a very unseemly struggle on the :Ulth! all is a bison and, not I butalo.! X"lrl.IIII.I": |xiiiinN yarns, No. Id at 2-r. per 11, Hurroughs, such fpcdlicatlon in g

',: committed for trial at the circuit court day over the reference of a bill to the com I am warned I !by 1 the learned 1;I 1'\', psi'u 1.1.l .......... ........"..$11 so being under Chapter ll<))7 of the IMWH of1WI
sifJack.uulillculnun'ttii'11 of the Uniyersitv of Nebraska: has ever ahump Lit: Hiunds| cotton seeiI at $H 1 per ton.. 1111 ';l : /dl. Tliat I thcourt had I authority HO 1 i
'fntlmrnrafm 1
( mittee.THK i : Rut the iniiueiue hen.It Kight per cent, hard) ami good', waste at to 01'01'1'.11111'lIoly) virtue of (hat act.'J. .

we suppose\ with some indc]>ciiilciit.s, troubles! in California. have been revived of buHaloes whitIIII'I' roamed at large our .'!'-. per I 1.110.............. ,,) : art arllil..1 wih" ,11."I'rdolll"I !
' K !lave nominated. u conservative municipal and the Kearney men are defiant. the State I lu"1 "lt entirely: disappeared.What regard to tl illll'o.hllill
'$0)' ticket, headi'd, ( hy )i1 r. IUni >u (Jreetileaf! sir The war has been renewed and the 'Indian could not accomplish has $IIN: evidence ald the examination of witnesses,
I new-paper been by remorseless war wa/cd mid !lily discretion should 1,1 exercised Infurtherance
Mayor.. From" the great anxiety displayedliy i the! state of all'airs' i. very unsati.-factory. by the'olllllfh..1: who has slaughtered theallbial Net daily profit................*1 M I :: iOn of justice.I. ; ,
till' ..."/& mill J'#"(' .>, \\ should uppose the I )1 It. C'AKi'KNTKic on the :2Hli submitted u (not for food but for sport. IVof.AU''hey the other hand, in this connection it i Is I. It I In not error when} in till exercise of

(llemocratie ticket would he elected resolution calling on the I're.-iulcnt for theunpublished is of opinion that if the we i is to heperpetuate well to state that tl 11'llull'll of .1JorWhitillllan.I"1 u sound discretion, tin court i I'rlllitl (the i
I 1 it must 1\' domesticating the number to
party u new
Mu. U. .\. Wnrmr.Ei', Ju., brought to the I correspondence\ I between the '' I./ \ I IlItr'lhto will''ff'r tl.
; ,
hutialo the
I and that he deserves to be .1"1,11- I l lradka111' 1111 110'IH,1101( to evidence is closed on Ill 111" ltH')
J-'l'iriiliiiit titlii-u a talk, of corn over knee 1'niteultatcs and Spain, in reference to urI ('ah'.J.In'al( some t.11: bisons" are. lo he cljiins made In 1.11:1lf 11' i Will,1 has Ijl'I.1 kept trick "I opjto-
high, out of a :.!>III> acreJK'M)' the samekind.Alro I tide nine of thc Treaty of IW.oIoh'll.: \ found among'the cattle herds of Wc'tcrnNebraska. I i is cnid that the ,fibre is as injured "' ( had I been deceived: or injuriously
ISulIalo ruhit'u--Ill the drc.Miig i iof I the by the old process and tlf.it allci"il 'Iri t
a cotton plant with four full grown THK Hritish corvette ('''IUII* called at the which the 11.:1 Mpiaws!.r are very expert {i r yarn U"a')I. ro-.i 1 and i irn-gular; that i it I N u A lrl; 4'X'I'J.tol( tIhc charge nf the

!leaves: and<1 one or twosinaller/ I ones, and has I Inland l of Tristan: l D'Acunha on February. H, ---are an important' article! of_ ,'ollll'rl', I slower process, and that altogether the results judge., to tIl jury 1.4I"t /\/1.11,1" on error if I

) tlfty acres ready to chop. lie expects tuh"w to present in the name of the }1'resident: of u,1111.10.milk is considered a .! I of the domestic ', Mullalo: : advantage N in spinning charge is correct.
t 0\\ i ille
the first hloom and the lint holl.MUOK l Irindlalllllllnly I .
the. the senior
> United :States to resident 1'e-
I h I have heard dUparaxod a> "pc+ ir" j place production, thus 0. During the trial the counsel for the defendant ,
e'7 I 15. "-. IhLL\HV. of JeFer; >on ti>uu- i tar ntl'l'lI.; a gold\ chroonoiiicter watch, to meat, t-oJirsi-ami striii y but I purrhasi-d 1 | saving the "It of carriage and other similar reduced to writing, and gave to time

i ty, i.s: prohahly the largest cotton planter: in the next in rank a binocular Kl I.t.*>s, and toj at Ogden, in the Territory)' of I'tah, a Itullalotoiiuue charges. These" dlllercnccs it will no doubt I judge I lrl""IIIII he de"ircd hint to cinltoly I
tender in texture and I re.fuir'tiiie to settle. A thorough test of I < in the jury. Sulwcqucntly,
the iState. He purehas supplier hy the j the rest of the inhabitants the sum of L J.)i very II'ldou. .
in flavor.. the whsilea'iieune is to made at Stt..llvie I (in charging the jury" the finite m-glctte l to
whol.-sale. buying of one house in Monti- as a reward for saving the lives nf an .\lIll'ri }k.lumljlellla '>s ('n'utlrt'more .111'110 .1'1'1.t that time Na. dve such ositionortheiinbitancetlitreof

relluOtpnundiut: : ; meat por month and | iran sbiprccked crew. abject and wretched-looking I "a\ :.I.II i iKeen l'I".h' .. and it will make I te to Hie Ir"J" Defendant's counsel did not
; and I that there is not much I occasion of great industrial di ptay. ( the / the to such
Of u c aitman house fifty plows at a tinge.lie j 'filE Chief Clerk of the Commi.s-.ioner nfj !ull..l Ito I \ 'ul 11h'II"/ JwJjl risijuest
that ; of the Clement I
ch<''' and the "aiutjin.htlOmahu4 l J''I"Jitfl| one ali lute exception, :
iii-ike+ geiu-mlly over l.tnn( hales of cotton I Juror of the City of New York was and ll That defendant'
j t cxam- and! lowas, the 1'uwnees and I the 'hll" "1'rntllI. every oj ," counsel uhandoncil
a year. i lug: a lame: number of l IK.TSOIIS who claimed l lto "i.II"rdl., the doctrine of the "survival j jxirtunity will IN ( I thorough} examination his l".I"t. and that there was no error.

'futumter:\ .I'/mwrr. at eohurg.. an- I| be exempt frog jury duty, when one of If tIl' t must 1 lie"arr t''lut. I Mipjxise' "! ullii is h"pd l very 11.'tli. reMUlts 7. AIII.j..tlnllu the manner of drawing ,
and! the Red Indian .10(-" 1t to I H' tit < will li .. inunnioniii, or euliun'Ilhgit, grand jllry.JII.t ,
.louiu-iv. the completi-nt of the $t. JolitH the candidates iu answer to the questionj for much in th.limut1'et.."t'I'1 Away fromhi |I The company' (:oltr.lill the l.at'lIh has tie taken IK I vantage of hy I II'a in abatement

and lake Ku'ti: Iailroa The railroad l I N j why he ought to I he t'xl.u..1.! .aid "I n':"Ii "rfttorvutiiiiis" the whilom I.| .rd of tjl already' orders for ,J, tl '. Itrolleumplatts to tu indictment, und (' bnniadcthe

:iow ruuniiigoa regularschetluletiny; times i The \\\'tfl\ entirely through' every morningiKfore Furot" docs lot apluur| to I be much 1 .(. I estuhli.'hlng works ut Nushville ground (of I motion in arrest of judgment. -
than a I beggar or a pilferer.He or at solute other l! iility convenientfor .
a week ; connection i is made: } with l.tc-+bnr1. I I go down town and I f
''y the teuluer .)/,,!! Fl-tu-fr, which leavesMohur I an IIl'll1ioIlIlJ.un every fact, iNvurrenet the tf.vpsy of whom II.t he nearly""11. 'Ilh.r.tll I .,-'.a'f( Ii it might ?' J"ul>\'ilt., Chattunooiu Jay t large iiirii* trying felonies) fut thi.fth

,; every 'fu*"Ly. Thurxlay and .Saturday'arriving i i or .ubjettIn its4 -
at Fort Mason in tithe to.nakuconiHftion miithhlguiini'* Into court tiara jury tlII"ur R an.I l ami (hU \t d'iinis I for lu.hlll ut c'IO"I.l the .tat. or the attorneyor
k.tl't ) t.tll"uril" ll. wil .aturlty
the train which) which 'hanot 'Been there
with I
ur- nJ''rt'111
am conI least Ronunany: womun can make baskets I once IM UI.I. It ', alreadv aUr.t.l aturl)'!for th4,1"lIwnt or Ilaiuttr, or
riviii at .\"ti>r, theterminm, on the :"t. Johns I tlnually\ a Mate' of nnivrr.su) divjualihVaj and UII fortune*. The |issue Indian U the au'utlll of till country.1'e received the partkNm th'I"ht shall, in writl request -

liver, connecting!: with the mail teanur ;j ." ThecK-rk repliol that he would r.- only tit to hunt hutraloca which have mainlydNapM.artl I 1 letters from \'ur.w XurlwfU "1tt'l .1.11 jUI. (hlr.o the jury II writ
and from Caiuvla, roncerning ing. (('luau :, ( l
tike original
the )
or making
Jack-onvilte at 11 I the the l | l'ulJI] ; ; : Io11.
tit I'alatka, reaching 1' port ,point to jury h"arl. and that J.r"l.rilttN of which a natural i,bettiott the invtntioii, and thu publication Judgment

.1e'., making the \\n\v\ from. I. >hur; t-t Jat-k- I the gentlcnuu might call\ t for hi. 811'\\f tilt to their culp tftrhl-<-itig taken What I ii made: in answer to these L4'tten.--burr., J. N. Stripling' eouim-l fur plaintiir /

Ioon\'m only Ixtwu hour This Iceurs.ate the lirt tI\l'riU thw |I.'f Indian may litt'\.\like\\ 'iu the IJ.trkt. rills I'UI fl6111. error; ((1. I'. Kaney, coiuunl for the _Ute.FLORIDA .


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I. }+LORI DA MIIUIOR.[ Tin Jacksonville correspondent of the I MA CltlXn 1'OLITIVS. 'i XOTKT: : ixroitroKATiox% '1'11 I: 1.'[,(i l t l I.l

FlorMi'l1writl''! a spicy letter about the political The manner: in which the vote of the : OF( THK; ].'lnX.JXA1): ))! JACK- ) COMPA'Y(1FFKRS
-::::- = I COMPANY. AND 1MMllItAT1ONjJ (
I I doing! there in the Republican' primaries i I states of New York and Pennsylvania: in the I j J
1'IJ.YpTJ.1 r. MAKCirll, 1880 .\t'Tllo1:1'1'"Oo'X: ) ACT OF) THKtxgislature ] ,
::_=c} amid also mentions:'! the new railroad l enterprises. National Republican) Convention' has been' BY of tlie' :State of Florida entitled I (1 ; !

Correspondents mid 1'criunis tinting 1>u.inrs : having. for their objective! point handed<< over to Grant{ by Conkling andl'utu-} "An act to l provide' a general: law t for. I

with this nnpet will jilente iliml to FLORIDA that thriving city.t He speaks' of travel and eron. is a striking evidence of the power of the Incorporation' of Railroads: and Cutial..,' noo.ono'rt'II!
MIRROR( l'i'rnnniltin! I''T.d11ENIJ11:1'T' I and approved February li), 1M74, notice i iF isj. :
business! ns follows\ : The trains and boat machine politics in the, party of moral ideas.It I
hereby, given required ,by, -aillm't. that ui
f as Of t the most :
TO THE ELECTtOSLAWS. come and go. taking almost an ('.ll1alnl1ll1- is extremely doubtful if a majority' of the i cOIlnl'anha' : + lieeit formed under the tin mt+

.I her of passengers cither: way. )Hotels( and Republican party in cither state really desire of the i I-V.UXAXMXA: =" =" AND: JACK.OOXVILLK! : : RAM.-: .ACCF( ;.IW.K;: AND DF.S1IAH1K:: :
)boarding: houses are prelty well filled), Busincss : the 1I0lllhlaliOIl'or ,Grant for n third: term. loCo.Mi'AXV.. to be invested: 1 with all the
At the extra: !session last year a deter teliegnedjudgimigtrout Hut the, imperious New York :Senator: and rights, powers:, privileges, and franchises t.\XII' I IX tan: ." _i, '.
mined effort was made by t the Democratic nppeara: the wire-working !head of the (Cameron clan, conferred upon companies! formed 1 under
majority to !shape legislation: in such\ a manner .drays, wharves. and !shipments.. : The :seed) have at their beck" and} call unvrnpuloui" :said act for (he purpose' of constructing: / STATK: OF FLORIDA,
and fertilizer business has largely increased and I quick-witted< as to get rid of the very objectionable over former years, from which I judge tlultur.ll'lleri1 : any political result thev wish attained. public use{ in the conveyance of persons' : andproperty. At only .!oIl:l.i") per acre to new !settlers with
loweN J conferred on United :States; : marshal/ The Republicans of Now York avid Pennsylvania I, selection in parcels I of 4acres <>
and privilege of
to !surround' the polls.wkh: their !special/ deputies / planters: expect\ a profit/ from are really under the rule of dicta The main line of said Railroad: will beiibout the located
using. Oranges: continue to be received and tors. whose will is luw, nnd from whose, decisions twcntv-one miles in length) ; will be or 11111 r'. These lands are on
authorized, at will, to arrest\ any citizen shipped in large quantities, as also strawberries there is no nppt-nl. That many of constructed' )between a point on the Atlantic: and adjacent: to the line of the
or election; ofllcer and drag him to prison in t the more independent members the p'arty:: I (iulf anti West: India Transit Railroad: in
refrigerators day. It I is estimated t i-
depriving him alike of his liberty and : every feel humiliated at the position! which they Nassau l'Ollllhalld tileIt.: Johns River:' at ATLANTIC, ciI"U'XO WEST INDIA
that over 1MO acres! are planted. Tomatoes find themselves placed i is evident. but there I or about the city of Jacksonville, and willpass '
his. Vote No restraint existed upon the exercise TRANSIT: :: ( (:'S: I R.: )R.,
snaps\, and cucumbers: arc going forward seems to he no tirobability of their being I through; parts of the counties of Nassau:
of this discretionary power and it was able to dethrone the that them I nnd Duval.) .1. N. 1IARRIMAN.:I -
from the upper\, :-It. Johns.' A fl'wlays despots! I'xh'IIIHnfrom FERNANDINA] mi the Atlalmtk :
exercised by Home of the worst elements! of It is to 1 be, hoped, however that in thevvt'nt H/. I K.: MAXWELL. /
Inter a variety! of garden, products, will be CEDAR; ]KEY: on the Gulf coast,
srn idly \ of Jrant's( nomination, which seems!! I C. WICKLIFFK: YULEE.t :}:. I to ,
shipped\, from here. The water works are now almost: certain, those of the t Republicans: '<-riinn!tnfi7 r The New York Jfenild gives: some specimen .- ._ :: :
nearlycrnnpleted. the pipes laid and house of Xew York nnd Pennsylvania who are and rapid tran."portation to the best
eases: from the records, of inquiry, ai COI1IH'l'tlnnalumt to be made.: fly the first opposed to machine: rule will refuse to support OKIIIXAXC'i:
follows: : \ ho,,. If (Grant nominated it will he ) EG; U LATINO THE; RATK: ): OF PERV ): :- markets.:
Marshal! : ----, I'ourth Ward, one of the of May( it is expected\, <<1 the! supply\, will com apparent that he has: been nominated 1 not by 1 ,> cctitagc; to be collected on City Taxes The belt, country traversed by the Trail;

most cllln I'rllll-llm'lIll1: the city tHIS been in mence. The main sewers are laid (four), the people, hut by the politicians.: For however : I tar the yeaivlsT'i.lie '! :sit I R.: I R.: embraces
prison twice, once for highway robbery and( and some )private If I
the second time for sliootimr colored; boy: work on Hogan's Creek is: discontinued for party have become accustomed to encroachments the city of Fcrnandiiia: )':\'lmYInTY: : OF :SOILto :; ) ( I
Marshal( \ -, Eighth; Ward, has beenarrsted : on the constitution: and to the That for the purpose: of defraying the expenses -
for live different/ robhl'r l'!!. time present !season for sanitary reasons. Next idea that the war has changed: ;: the nature of : of the! city government; 'for the year be 1 1i'1II1/1111/l the :State, a large, proportion
Fourteen other spec!men cases. winter the whole will be finished! and it is I our government-however much the effort 1S7JI, the following, appropriations' are hereby being peculiarly adapted to the culture of

Under the present law they arc all chosen confidently: expected that it will assure: : exemption other towards,and centralization radical I prepared in It them for made : :ShMi-TiiorirAi.: 1-'r\"IToIIIII.I: Early; Vegetables) ,
more changes: our political I 1. Thc Mint' ofI 1S85 for uiiiitid| I sanitary
: from one party, and, as the tfrnitd says!'I. from I disease especially malarinnnd I institutions' :still majority of them have indebtedness.: I awl The l.ttnj, OJlll'lrt"dil'l' of Tlmlirr

"have: come to be in practice, ns everybody typhoid. The bunko men "still thrive ; their not yet been educated\ I up tt> the point ofyislnng I :2. The :sum of 'jln.-O( for salary of i city make t these: lands; worthy of CAliKl'Ut'A': -
knows 'll'cliolll'eref'oC' for victims generally sharp elderly men who \ (to do away with what has I been considered I otliccrs.\ : ) manufacturers: : of LVMIIEH/
mere ( : paid party .IJ//AM77OA I t by ,
I safeguard I against the encroachments
a : : :a. The sum of $iIH' for payment of city
hail from the West and who themselves
services out of the federal t and, made pride N\VAI. :STORES.:
: : treasury, : of persona! ambition. They desire n scavenger and I other sanitary rp"o! :<. AND:
more effective for party use by ))ping endowed on their. smartness. I have never yet strong government," but' they are not yet 4. The :sum of:$:(:'loo for roads and bri.I' ;,!('!'.
with practically: unlimited' authority heard of a citizen here, either city or rural, prepared 1 for, a dictatorship.: In tI"'l'\l'lIt 0'1'Clrllllt''I 5. The sum of !*Mx: ) for, cemetery pur11115C. Xt1'TTLEnS: ;

to 'make it ugly); for voters they did .not being swindled by them. 1 would like to doubt( I !that nomination the mass of however the Republican there party is no i (:t The :sum/ of $iuo for incidental expenses Purchasing: land from this company are: furnished .

i like." see them try their little game on n genuine will all at once discover the neces'- the Transit
pressing: and out-standing: : illlelJtl'ehll'o.I'4.i. : : with entire, free prt.vyron t I. I
l Twelve hundred such election marshals: : Fillriolu'raekl'ri; there would be! a light or a situ for a third term/ in the ': foot race. atlairs' : and partisanship\ will' produce n \ : and interest: thereon I
at the last Presidential election
were appointed : the land
m wonderful, revolution 11the feelings of surpllll'll'oll"I.tl'll and unappropriatedshall l to the :station nearest! purchased. \
In New York and 77-'l: In Philadelphia., Collin:81'O.V 1\0:. those who have opposed\ : the thirdtermmovement. \be appropriated for bonded indebted, TITLE: COMPLETE( ) ) :, being derived by

]Everyone: of these win allowed, under the ---L Still there will yet remain a ness.: grant from the United I-'tatl''IIIIIlI! purchasefrom !

law, to arrest: any voter he chose on lib mere GAINKSVILLK:, "''1.\., March :22.!: dissatisfied' : ,I element of respectable proportions j He it furthrr nrdtvufil. That for the payment the Mute:; of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.
IIitnrllirror The of interest whose lukevvarmness or \pronounced, I I of the aforesaid: I appropriation' the
motion and without warrant. : principal topic -
opposition' may :seriously affect firnnt'schances of and half bo levied
sum one one
per : SOLICITED.: ( }
d i President in this vicinity i is the vegetable of : :: ; ; : (
Hayes vetoed every effort/ at repeal crop. success. 1II1111'olh'dl'fII1POII the o.I'o.c,1: : valuation of

1 and: the {Supreme Court has just: declared Thus: far the crops: are very promising' although In view of the fact that the Republican taxable property' of this city mind that for ]Descriptive( MAW! and/ ciucfLAiw mailed on
the law constitutional. To Mr.( {iur- I understand on the authority of ex- party' will, in all probability, nominate for I !the purpose' : of payment oft1'll' aforesaid sanitary -
President! the choice of< the it application.
politicians: 10allII1111 tuesmi11boudeliudehte11ncss: ) : ,
1 field is due the credit of proposing\ a compromise Congressman Walls that the plants are not will be more than ever the duty ami the true fifty h per' (cent of the taxes so levied onaforesaid C CHAS.1 W. LEWIS): ,I

and the law has! been so amended as: to bearing as well as last t year. I It probably: !policy, of the (Democratic party to nominate ,shall only be' payable in currency I.iiul Commissioner, I

t deprive it of its: power to do mischief.: too early to jICIgIIf the extent of the crop. t the choice of the people.! In order to arrive of the "United, States! (iovernment, or certificates halted cor. Reach and :Seventh; Sts.
/ nt this choice" any attempt\ nt machine,: of i indebtedness) issuemlu11: account of the
What the Democrats! have done is this : The high prices obtained' last! year will nat- methods: should be vigorously: attacked In said sanitary: loan or past' : due coupons of _1-tf_ __ } _

In the House they parsed on Friday, with turally induce\ the expectation of equally whatevcrstate shows: itself.: What is needed the )bonds o'f the city. O. S. OAKES,

l the help of some Republican votes, an good prices: this year, but taking into consideration I is: a full and free expression of the popular Passed: its first reading January :28th, 1880( ,
preference"in!! the choice of delegittes: to and, read ) its title
I the which will ) by !
<< greater quantity
amendment offered by General Garlicld i / the ; !
the national
convention Let theni'trulyrepresent Passed: its third, reading and adopted 1
Republican leader in' the ]House, in these he shipped' and the probable) competition of \, the people, and not l simply! the Interests February lath' 1880. T. KYDD)) ,
words: : the products of the Savannah and Charleston : of some particular candidate.. The President: of Council. ""

.I Provided that hereafter "special deputymarnhals producers! wo may I look for smaller Democratic) / party docs not huld115: many of Attest: : .,. -fj:pt-
the Republicans do that there is: only'onoman FitiKsn :'MIMIOCLAHATIOX. --"f
KMU. O. City Clerk :
/ '
of elections for duties ""i'c.
: performing prices: __ .,_ .j'
that the of state ---- ----- ---- --- -- -- -
guide aright
can ship "
in reference to any election shall receive The railroad projects having in view the If it thought it woulllillok for chaos if :
so :
,i t the sum of $.> per day in full for, their compensation ; UNDERTAKER]} : :,
] ; and that the appointments of building of roads to IjikeCity, Palatka: and tint /11:111holll.1: happen to die. What the MAYORS OFFICE, COl'\TY

i Midi special deputy marshals shall bo made Charlotte Harbor, are subject of conservation party} desires! and what it needs, is the nomination ],FKUXVXDIXA: : )Vi.\\\ March( 2, 18SO.Notice FERNANDINA, FLA.Constantly .
of the who is rl'all\'ulIII
r by the Judge of the Circuit Court of the and !general interest! treat impatience the choice of the man:! )Democratic/ people' of truly this. is hereby given' to the qualified
United States for the district in which such vutersof: the city of Fcrnandiiia that the : on lauidME'L'l1.LIC
will be felt for some actual tangible) evidence' country If such man i is nominated I. we can
i IIHlJ'ohal1'uro: to perform their duties, or by battle with the candidate. machine Annual Klection for officers: of said City will j
the district: judge in the absence of the circuit that these projects are actually to be carried join be held on Monday, the Fifth day of : : II IT K IAL C.1SES,
with of .
judge. laid special deputies shall he into effect. It is: said all the preliminary !politicians Jf'Ji. /a. every hope success.Jfuhlln ISM), at t the City Council' Rooms', on 'flm'mrlstreet / ). j

i appointed in c.lualul1IlIhl'N from the different / step:) have been taken and the location will between the hours of S .\. M.[ and WOOD COFFINS,
political parties: ; and the persons! so appointed sunset on said day. And the following
shall hI'I persons: of good moral character soon )be made; but an actual commencement OKIH.VAM'i: :. officers( : of the city will then and there In- In Iolle'ooel'ulnut: and other woods. :

and shall bo well known resident, ) of of the work will he tin only thing : IT ORDAINED)( : 11Y THK COMMON chosen by a vote ;of a majority of the votes I Itindt'rhlu'rNe
the voting precinct in which their duties are that will satisfy" the public mind I believeno BE Council of the City of Fcrimmliiia : given at said ('ll'l.ti'lI'iz\ ; : Goods, i iI

t to he performed. assistance, is asked In any form from the :Sr.C.1.; : That for the )purpose' of defraying; One M( \\'on.1'iJht I I
It la this \vhich some Republican extremists people of this! and the other counties to be the expenses of the City (;iovernment, the ': .\w :lImx.: Masonic and other Emblems: Shrouds, and
following appropriations are hereby made: One CITY CI.KKK and TUKWKEK, Robes.EMBALMING: !.
but It
l in the Senate to :
: propose oppose,
benefited beyond the right of wayAl- One CITY MARSHAL and TAX
from the collection' of taxes for\ t the yearls'il!): COLI.KCTOK:
will probobly pass, and it is believed that though this: county has never issued any For sanitary pu rpo'cs.,1! ::: IHH no One .Ass sou, ( DONE.

the President will sign it. railroad other kind of ),bonds it has For City Ol1h'cr'l') salaries............... l.SiWOO (;liven under my hand and seal of the city t
or any Bodies
I The Senate will undoubtedly concur In Olllee rent, stationery and fuel...... KJOUO( the 2d day of .lar'h,1SSO.( exhumed for removal.) Safety guar
managed to keep in debt) .for many years: For cost: of street lamps, material NORMAN UUOWNSON( :: Mayor anteed.FURNERALS.
the amendment, and the President sign it, with very little to show for it. for lighting the same. KM <1M>0 TruxKK: Duuxu: City Marshal.( : ; attended 1 to.Orders .

f and thus: this: long; contest!: be settled. The There have been a good many visitors: for Allowances for unpaid taxes: .......... iViOUOIncidental March 3-tf. by mail or telegraph will receive
--- attention.'
1 amendment to the jury law was passed: last expenses, including legal prompt
and business here this winter '
health pleasure : : Remember:
disbursements Mil( !N5 AX OKIMVAX: '. ; am opposed to high
session, and thus: the two most: obnoxious
and Gainesville i is quite a provincial For roads and bridges.................... WH: ) (x) ri0 AMKND i T1IK]: Film ORDINANCE!: prices.!
measures which had been Incorporated in capital. It was: represented nt Cincinnati's: -- j He it (lrclJ IId. That form and OFFICE: ix: .\S/lllltS/ .t HOYT'S OLD STORK;

the (statutes have been quietly repealed or railroad celebration by seven of its leading $:Ci,1:MitMi after the passage' '' of this: ordinance that _jan4: ____ SEIMXD: STREET.SIII.KU :!: .
amended. SIe.2. He it further ordained], That for owners: of wooden buildings, within the tire
citizens, )(l'SolI'll.: Dawkins Roper Browne, the i payment of the aforesaid: appropriations )limits: be permitted to repair their buildings 'i'''.s SAM:

C.iLlUOKXIA WINES. Carlisle, Miller( Turner and McCook representing the sum of one per cent be levied mud col with shingles: and weather boarding! provided VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION Is-

Few : are aware of the magnitude the bench the bar the pulpit, commerce Il''h..lupun the assessed valuation of the that such; repairs do not increase the BY I 0t of the Circuit Omrt, Fourth
I persons and real estate. taxable property of this city, ami ant'half'afcast risk of Ii fl'. Judicial' Circuit in and for the County of
of the California wine trade. In the year ( : of the aforesaid tax or levy shall be .\ordinances\ or parts of ordinances conflicting Nassau" Florida, in favor of Sanborn. ilovt
1 1878. over 1$,OO() gallons: of wine were The city election' is: exciting some local interest 1 jiiiyable In currency of the United Statesiovcnrment. ; herewith are regaled.Passed & Co., and against James Ix-ak & Sons, I

r Ihlpl'edl'a.t to the value of two.millions: ofdollars. and the result cannot be forecasted.\ ( second reading :2Mth January, I O.l'l'ron'll have levied upon' and will oiler for sale at 1 I
The present! mayor is a candidate for reelection Sic: 3. The Collector of Taxes for this city .\ and adopted February IS, ISSO.T. public outcry in front of the Court house I
is ordered to receive (when tendered III payment KYDD m the City of Fernandina, said County of
The abundance of the wild\ grape vines and other tickets: are forlllin Some of the above tax) any out.-tanding: 230d.< President of('?Imt iL Nassau, on the first Monday[ in i8
I circles ____ n __ ___._ __ __ \Ilril.' iO.
in Florida show Its natural adaptation to activity is: observable in Republican scrip or warrants upon the Treasury of the being the Fifth day of said the ,.1

) the vine ami the success which has generallyattended and I'itel'l'are being taken to elect delegatesto : : city, for one half the amount of tax due or. G.! I'. AVKIIY, right title and interest: of James Leak & Sons r I

directed l'tllH'tl'ha.... proved beyond the State and (Congressional Conventions. payable by any JKTSOH: so tendering payments in the following described: real and IIl'rsonalpropert
well of tax, but nn bonds or coupons: upon )', that is : Lots 3.4,5. (G and 34, in
question that wino win be llrolitahlymade On Sunday night Trinity Episcopal: Churchwas bonds",, or coupons detached from any ItoiuN) block number 4, being in the City of Fer
in the State. We should be glaj of crowded beyond its capacity at the confirmation that have heretofore been i isMinl shall) be received nandina, County of Nassau, Florida together

who have been service held by the Rt. Rev. llishop in payment of any tax. with the "steam saw mill fixtures and machinery
some statistics: from those who has far recovered to be SKO. 4. The Collector shall!! proceed to the n'EUYXU HOARDING STABLES: ; on. said l lots, and the water privi
successful vine growers us to tbo species of Young, so collection of taxes under this ordinance on L lel'; !!, wharves Ac., therewith apiicrtaininir.

grape cultivated the yield per acre, the kind able to- make a partial: visitation of the 11iocandidates April 2, 1880, at which time the taxes loviedus CARRIAGES): AND WAGONS Tmnscash. PETER: CONE,

of wine made and Its marketable value. It cese. Twenty were confirmed, aforesaid shall be due, and shall cause a :27-td Sheriff Nassau County Florida.
nineteen of whom were from this purls notice uftu\ll'ollcl'fion\ of taxes to be pul- To and from Steamers and Trains.::
Is: BO easily propagated! that every man will lislied" in some newspaper of the city ten A. U. NOTES,
1 be able to hit under his own vine and drink !', and one from Fairbanks mission: It is: days prior to April 2, 1SSO. CONTRACTS FOR] HAULING ETC
said to be the largest class which has ever SEC. 5. lie it further (ordained That all .
his wine
own the been presented in this I lrijh. The energetic collection of taxes for city purjKises is suspended FOR 81LE : Q.ROCEU AND SHIP CHANDLER,
Mr. Ilixfonl writing to Agriculturist, until April 2, 1880.\
nays : "California wines obtained here are Rector Rev. Mr. Meancy, is serving at l SEC. 0. The Collector of Taxes shall on or HORSKS; HUGGII::!, HARNESS DEALER IN

all pure grape' juice for the reason there i is three points, anti i is kept very busy. I am bl'ftlreprlt 2, ISSO\ furnish" to the Treasurerof CARTS AND WAGONS.
than to adulterate told the parish in Gainesville\ is growing in the city a list of all i ersons who have Provisions, Liquor, Etc.

nothing chcaj cr grape X. paid tax for the year 1879, which list shall "i'rnrnIS CASII.] ? t
is than numbers.: __ _________ -
them with; grape juice cheaper ___ __ contain the names of such j 11l'r.tllls.; a description

cider. From first hands wines by the thousand TUE late decision of the Supreme Court of of the property on which ..udlllt'r. ;.i.rOtlil'C and Stable-First Street near. AGENT FOR 'In. }'. AVERY & CO.'S PLw.'

gallons without the (.1..1.lire now the United States, gives the final blow to the son has ]paid tax, the amount and characterof Hnnmi. Start Wharf.. 4fMf
received from such in pay --- ---- --- -
>ernieious dogma of State tights It is de- scrip IH.TSOII
selling at from thirty to thirtytivetrnts per l lard) that Congrofs has ]uiramount sovereignty ment of tax unit the amount (if anyof o. s. OAKIS,
1 gallon for I List year's vintage. Two year old on all questions relating to Congressional money received l from such person; in i ayitunt CENTRE STREET,

forty to fifty cents. Freight to New York elections! und l'tmIl'1| olnHlience of tax, and the Treasurer of the city is ] ,\ND BUILDER, .
to its laws. We had that the late hereby ordered to set apart one-third of CONTRACTOR 52 tf FERNANDINA. FLA.
I $L50 per 100 i ounds: about fifteen cents paler Mipposeil all anti scrip heretofore paid in for __
internecine between the States, settled money MAXlTACTrRESMOULDINGS
gallon by rail. By isthmus eight cents: |cr this question forever. said tax of 1S70, which money and scrip *>,} 1'ILLI.tI .'. WOOD, jr.t ::

gallon. The wines do improve' by sending The Key 0th Gulf is responsible for the set apart shall be refunded upon proper application BRACKETS, SAWED AND t
around the Horn Twenty-live to seventy. ) to the peasants respectively who TURNED HALUSTERS, NEWELS: : ,
above. It will be new to the people of )paid the same in. STAIR RAILS WOOD EAVES-: GENERAL SEWSDlaUU.OOKmLUR ,
of ,
the area
t five ocres.U Florida to stigmatize the very foundation on FEe.7. He it further ordained, That the TROUGHS, f n\TIIIXO] ,
whole ot had ordinance adopted February 18. 1p.to\t; \ "regu WEATHKRHOARDING: : ,
which ST\TISEH.
our government
THE proprietors of the Tennessee Coal and system lating the rate: of percentage to be collected AND FLOORING
Railroad Comi>any, in Franklin county, its origin and still rests as:: the pernicious: on city taxes for, the year 1870. and making Dealer iu "'altrUdes,
soon to have one dogma of State Rights." appropriations therumler.." and all ordinances Makes
I southeast Tennessee are or a"rts: of ordinances in conflict with Stair uiul Church Work CEXTRE STREET, .'.:R'XDIX.'L\.

i of the largest coke works in the UnitelFtattit' 11 I). STAMFORD, President of the Louisville this: ordinance', are hereby rt'lll' ll"l. A SPECIALTY. -
having 'JOO coke ovens now in OJHTation Adopted March 17, 18N
building. The and Nashville Railroad Tl'SigUl.J.ul11 T. KY])!), Shelf lul't'r' l'l"ur Frames, Bracket
and 200 more companyIntend DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF .
scale and 11. Victor Neweomb, the Vice-lVcsidcnt, 32-4t: President of Council. Hand Glasses
making il"lu011 a large Brushes Croquet Ntll. Comb.
------ ALL SIZES
which has been elected l'n..idl'nt.11' differencfsbetween : '. Papeteru-s H
forty acres at Cowan on eJon ttc. great variety,
have will built! two iron furnaces a cost of the Nashville and the Louisville PRINTING in every style, and at JW Office. Hox 174. Also hewing Machine Xrodt t Oil, etc. .
t 1200,000.they) Company have been adjured.: lowest ..rates at the MIKKOB ofiice. jan .Fernandina Fla. Cuplr Inkstands, 75 cents.7A. .


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'. At (Jainesville I met n very intelligent I Somr .1101' I T iCKSONVILLE( :, PENSACOLA: AXDMOHILE 11 J. 1I.IU.at.nno..,

I 1 MIKMKH: : J? I English gentleman, now residing in New I Of thtw nice )French 1'roadcloth: and f.J : RAILROAD.1 ) .
.. .. ,. .. I
York, who was looking into the !subject of Tweed Coats: still on (band, and will be !sold Si.\*TER: TR\X!I-ORTVTIOX'H! OFFICE I
SErv.tJ-'W"EEKLY.:: : : I out much below cost:t by 11 1. I)OWSIY.oet : :: TVU.AIIVS.SKK! : FL\., February 3,1\-111.: : )}f
.. _._._ timber lands: : with the view of furnishing" IS JI5 Pearl St.. Ken. York.1IIANI'E.TURER .
.. .-,---__ -:.- -- --.._---- -- On and after :Monday\ February :2:!, 1 KssYl,
1 FERNAX1HNA) I.'Lom.\. information which might load to the control CITY OF Ff.UNMUN, March r:>, 1'1,40. passenger: trains of this road will fun as follows .

of :such' lands: in :such' a manner as topwelit Proposals: : are imited for the scavenger ; viz :

HV/ A7>7U( f, UAnClt SI, isso. the \\,1\,11'1\1 destruction of timber I work of the City of Fornamliiu. twelvemonths PASSENGER:<:< : : TRAIN-EAST: P.OUND.) ,+
commencing April l 1st, lull.
$ or
: ;
:c8l'J:8CNll'1 :" ': ::: ,':':" -:- for and in Leave 'hattalmuo'het'.daily' at.... :200P.M.)
lumber and naval stores: regulate Also bids! for removing night soil for the
OX, $1/:1: .I.YSl'.1I. and de months from Leave (Juinoy.................... ...... S :22, :! p. M.1ouve .
a great degree the question of supply : ) '
.._ .. ,,,, -. 1 ,'I'I (11'\, tt I.
-" == : -::: :: : : =-=== Rinds\ will be required for faithful
HViTir; + ntiihllslirit, n finsnrti! Offlcf at the mand., The question i is one of great import- malice of the work. !perfor- Leave: Month-olio .............. ...... 7 10 P. M.Leave .

. ,trod Oilier[ under the, chnrin of Mr. U'[,1'. W ante, and deserves! thouahtftil consideration. T. KYW>, )'1'l'!
Jr., uhf 11'tHrccci'rffiilisrripiinnt/ ; adivrtitrmcut, The guests: of the Cincinnati Southern, 1 E. O. FKirxn. Clerk.Hotel Leave :Madison ......... ......... ...... !II) l'11 l t'. M.
and+ iillitr fu'orxfor he t )Leave Live Oak................ ...... 213.1.; !I.
Mtnnop. mud who 11.Wlly.f
> hus the who hn\c: returned from their excursion to' Arrive Savannah............... ...... 11HAM.!>
>rr snlc.I'ostojjlcc ArHrnts.EUMOXT .
ia ] on
Hij Cincinnati\ speak in glowing tl'rm11' t the unbounded Arrive Thomasvillo ........... ...... 055
'' hospitality ami cordiality with : lIorKl,.-.1 :M Kimhall) Ili, "ton ; Albanv ......... ......... ......10 :25', A. M.In' ()it.t\1'I'ItEE: : : ,,1.\ S III"".
Ab/frr. retched T Mall, Georgia) ; Henry N Ilioo, New York ; .\ ) \ )Luke! (Sty................ ......3 :>.i.\. M. 1
which their Southern !guests: were John) \ Lynch, Maine ; 111' Kelley Philadelphia Arrive Rildwin', ................. ...... (Ii i ::.1 .\. M.
Offer.i( .iw -From R:()() A. M. to 7:00:( 1'. M. by the people of Cincinnati. Till'1uth i is: ; :Slr: C' U Mabley: ) :Miss Kate MabloyV .\nil c Jacksonville.......... ...... 7 50 .\. M.

Money Orders and! Registered, Letters from more dealnllicd to the Northwestern: por- \ II :Muir and( w'fo.' Mrs I G; Y N Lothroi., Arrive Fornamlina..... ...... ...... 'HO' r. M. ,
*:.00 .\. M. to loU: p. u t. ; ami from 2.00:( r. M. (finn of the Union interests than Mrs M l K: llildreth, I,' K Farnsworth, 11 F Arrive Gainesville; ............ ...... 501 p. M. (Under Formula of (loo. H. Forrester.)

to ;a:11)5::{( f'. M. Sundays from lOi.'W:: to 11:30.1:: by common Farnsworth. II 1,' F.berts and wife Detroit ; Arrive Cedar l Key .............. ...... !1)30: r. )L1'.ISSINI
)r. ant( :SJO::; to 4"U:: r. M. t the t-a1.: The great trade of the Smith lies W j D Kand.ill:: Chicago. ; J (C Adams. IJoston : '
: : ( 'l'ILIXWI'ST: 11011,1'n'I' ):\)).
.\niJIVAL in tho flour moat and of the West 15 (llrooks! and wife. Now YorkI: : Geo; C
AND nr.PVinrr.i: OF THE M.MtP.JAnV grain ) .laeksonvillc..daily at..... 5 :30! p. M.
Northern ; -Arrives daily at 10:30: A. M. and the West will also furnish: a large market (hewn Miss 1 E: I E prawn, Providence, ; MrsN' Leave Fernandina. : ............ ......1030.1.: M.IAMVO Pronounced by Orange Growers the very
Downs Miss: Edith:. II Downs :Now';
Clones C : Gainesville ......... ..... ...... '
3.tN:\) ) p. M.ti'ordhern (. for the fruit and vegetables: tho Gulf IIO) :! .'t. at.
and children
York A C wife two '
/ J/iti7-Arrives ;)5o:;; r. M. ; Phelps: ; Leave Cedar' Kl'1. I :'M) A. M.Leaue 1.
region. Sirs S U (Chamberlain' ) Ohio \\ Cltruw
Closes 10:041.M.: : : D.i.Mon,,. \ ; llaldvvin ................. ...... 7 IHI t'. M.Leave 1
.V.; Mini's nnd Tnidrr's 1IUI Mail- icneral Jesse Carter an old ami well-\ n, :SI: 1 Louis: ; l'auli'I'ohhi New York ; ) : Lake! City ............... ...... I 1) .hi I'. M. Host Manure for llio Orange Tree

Arrives Tuesdays' ami Fridays at 2:301'::: M. known citizen of Florida, died Waldo on lion' O S St'yum11uramid \\ ili.',. Goo C Wood- Leave Savannah ............... ..,... .1 I oO; p. M.
rill! und wile Litchlicld) Conn 1 I G I
Closes Mondays; : and Thursdays: at JU: o A. M..SV. the H,5th alter a few days' illness. General; ; Henry 1tI..itln 1.1'Live\ Oak) ........ ........ ...... :2! I.i.'t. .m I,
II !
Parker Mrs I Parker ]II I Itrown. I
Miiriff, (in., until/ Arnold ; Leave Madison; ................. ...... ;151 .\. M.IAMVC I. .
Carter citizen of Columbia D S Misses IIUnannol: Minnie Arnold
Arrive Mondays ami Thursdays at 8.00\: ( .\. M. was formerly n Greenville........ ...... ...... .1 1:1t I : .1. M. 1a
Tuesdays: and! Fridays: at 2)0::) I'. M. county, a member of the I-ogisiature for Hrooklyn, N Y ; W P I h'ndt.10( Leave Monticcllo .............. ...... 5 OO v. M.
cousin I H 1 Summerlin:: 01'1:111111Fla (G i I'ICcbh
.. WcdirsdaysamlSat'daysatU.OO, : I ): A. M. many years: lie was very much respectedand : ; : ; .lrrive'1'all.lha44ce.. \ ........... ...... 700 A. M.I
(Gainesville Jules Griner I it :M S
(Closes: Tuesdays, Wednesdays\ old citzons of Florida will hear of : ; Leave Tallaba-sse: ...... ......... ...... S ;>0 A. aI.I I. ...
Strand :Mrs 11 M I llurch New York J 11
Fridays and Saturdays at 2::l(O t'. M. many ; I Leave ljuiney......... ...... ..... ......loos .\. Jm I. : co.nrLirri: ': I.\
JIll rl'h 1.'OItItI'S'I'I.U'S: -
SASI'Im'F. K1DDELL: )) 1'. M. his demise with r.zr''t. Chicago. Arrive (Chattahoochee....... .' ......I II l :3::0.\. M. ,

The facilities for travel to and from Cedar M.IU1x1:, CONNECnoNS.At :'; :';:;. MUCKS! : ,

Loc.\L II E F L K 0 T I 10 =X ri Key have been greatly increase( The .Id- Live Oak daily with the Savannah, !
mind makes! a weekly line to Havana.: A lrt of /'rrmim/fmi. Florida, and. Western' Railway\ to and from ,
Savannah\ and all Northern Eastern and
A MM: received from II. S. :McComhs M.I r. semi-weekly( ) line rains to Tampa. From IJIIJTEIt.. : I
Western! Cities. Foit EVIUYFKM: / CHOP
Wednesday! Slarcll8ltllt.t: : : M. I'. M. ,
I 11., who spent the winter in this vicinity.mostly New Orleans: a weekly line, and from Mobile Tlturlllayprll, 1... 02 t>: : 1Ilii": At I Like (City daily: with the Florida Central -

at :St.1ary's: announces his arrival a line has: just been put on. Friday, .. :2... 1.i":: I.ii: o Railroad: to nod; from Jacksonville: $t.

at his home in Philadelphia !in excellent The manufacture vegetable, crates ear' Saturday: II a... ::.'n" ;:::111"IST Augustine, Palatka: Enterprise\ and I Landings
t mi (hi- St. ..I"hll1lti't.l'. ,
scientific .-
health lie I expresses" himself" grateful I 1 f.ir: ploys great many persons at the mills: along :JE". At IJaldvvin: daily with \IImtil'Oull': Prcparctl tm principles\ product-

the kindness extended to him by our people ( the road and the sound of flue hammer I am March :"M, Strainer! : >.'. Juhnxl'ogcl'hu'Irs-( and \\1'-IIIIli.1: Transit Railway to ami! from a large l'IIII'I'r acre. I

and l highly delighted! with our climate, 14)1(114111. be heard late into the night among; ton. Fernandina, (Gainesville, I Cedar Key. and

ii s; to till latter lie feels indebted, for his: restoration the packers preparing for shipments. An March 2s. Steamship: City of l>,iHn, \Ii:\-k, with: steamers: for Tampa\ 11'Y'I. t amiHavana.

to health. elderly gentleman, from Alabama l. whom I Na-saii, N. P. At Chattahoochee' three times weekly with

--.-- ,-- ..--- met on the train, !
Jel;II0U'ctlYIII ell t. hard working set as the vegetable men ; ami from Columbus, Eulaula, Fort Gaines,

To thoseho have show March :'S Risk: Apalachicola\ : iiinl! other River: Landings.O"Elegant : .
: !much "sympathy that all, white and black, were at work from Steamship Ci'Ilj'lllll..q.< ,
New York. / : Sleeping\ and, Parlor Coal'llo1'ootll'lll1' : 1'111111AllllClilll'UlIAI: CIIKMKJAl\:;
for our great loss! nml proved, the "same liy dawn until late nt night, and with aim \\ and Lucas Patent, run daily between )

escorting the remains: of our captain to their which he hail never witnessed: before ;yt the ('O.1UUUCI.II., Tallahassco'and Jacksonville.ftiltjuiik .
I \ time, sure connection, perfect SULPHATE: AMMONIA; ,
south that the IH'JrOl'ha,1 become
sin-ere I I'mntinltna .11,, >./..,,/. pafety. Ili.11:1'I.ll'l':: I ; ,
enthused and vied with their white fellow- I Ii :20-t I' Slastt'r'I'rIispomtutti4)l! .
T. Kouri-nna. i couiiicTr.t: : > WIIKIY: \ WM. 1. \wi'KY. .\ .. .. NITRATE 1: SODA) ,
!: : -" ---
laborers in timing: work. 1ter tiling: tv.isat
Mate of Hark Theresa.Tltr I double quick.The : I :Spirits: Turpontino......... 'W:I ('i\.\ :'MUosin \ n. i::. oTTittiic: : ,
: I.OIl1I1H1l1l'olrallle'I.H: 1 1 10
: L'ul: !
I dark green of the orange groves: along Tar.........none to ilia rkl'l. ,
City ricctton.The ,
the road has changed to the bright pea green (Crude Turpentine t ..............none I in ilia rkd. T ERNANDINA: ) FLORIDA: a "
ticket nominated at the Republican: new growth which has been so rapid ami .so Cotton' Sea Island in the :seed.; .. -IJ (!a 5 SULPHATE: OF, POTASH, l;
caucus last week, and which .we gave in the
full that the entire ul'l'l'arall"I'1' the tree ischanged. MlAt.fU IN
:.ost issue': of the J/iViw: had: so many vulnerable I'criHdultnu Jlctntl Min-kct.' .
1. The ': have not )been X1TRATE: ( ) POTASH.MURIATE ) r
; and .jectionaltle features that a imijor- young groves COIIUlXTI'.n: :: UY .MRS. CLlUki 1:, riot' I'untlly Groceries

ity of the representative Republicans: have put back at all this winter and will show IIwOII.It'rful Jeiiter, in 1'ruitf, I VryrtitblfS tSanlfn/ 'rr t1.e, dr.'Imr.II.I .
growth during the Very AXIPRO > \: : OF POTASH,
since I declared their determination not to year. \ : :II. I

support it. III fact, the more the ticket and soon the question: will no longer be asked. if Potatoes, per bushel................$1lOf.j!,,ji; ,'dSweet I VISIOXS.Cutomerscan I ( SULPHATE MAGNESIA, 1.! ( "
this: part of the country will grow tho! orange. Potatoes, per bushel. 7"('j, NCabbage m
the means; liy which it brought out
was arediseusvd
;; hundred. \Wn 1 -JO) (on) I
The orange groin\es will be the most: noticeable per SULPHATE: OF SODA! /1
the greater the dissatisfaction: appears feature of the .Onions' per quart. Ini,15( I: t no /

) to It,'. The following address embodies country. (',,\\ Peas, per bushel.............. 17,1 1 ( rely upon getting; CHOICE: \( Nfrielly. Pure round Hone. I
the senuc of the more thoughtful of The :Spring h'rlll.ot'. the! Circuit Court opens: Tomatoes, per t.rull'. (0 i ()0(1o 0 \111) ,

our cifi/cns( : of both part.ies.'and the ticketappended on Si"mlaytime :'JDlh. Judge faun of the Turnips, per buueh................. (ji ftmrir.s. JOODS: : iwXOTH1NG .

t : :\ti(1dlt'Circuit will preside: in lien of Judge .

will receive their hearty support : Hawkins, who exchanges: circuits with him.I Apph-s, per bushel.................. 2 On.y, :'MMlimanas ( Our circulars give full particulars, and anmailed -
STOPM: THINK. : : per hundred, :a! (Nu' ,/ ft lit) HUT THE: FINEST I : ItKANDS! free to all applicants.! They will interest
}Relieving that the ticket t for city ofliccrsput I 111" not learn ot1II1' cases: of much importance I CoeoauuN: : .. JO1i> l br you if you arc interested in Agl' l'lIl. ,

nomination, at the meeting held mi civil or criminal to be tiled. :Several; I Lemons, per !hundred' .............. :a 5 not..1 I (do turn__ or_Orange, .Culture._, .. _.., ,. I 15-__(_)m____
the :2!;>th ill.-t. can: nut lie regarded otherwise of the prisoners in the touiity jail havevamosed Oranges). ;( per hundred.............. :'J (")(it, I (DOI01'I.TKV. are kept) .I in.._.stock.:. .. _
Tin': rroicin.ArilOWX
th\lIl1ol1I: insult to time 1'011I11I"11 sense and and sa\ed the tofu trial. .
good' j judgment 1 .II' thociti/cnsof Fernandina, .expense Chickens, j jsrown. :'t">f.j> 10 3io'iciir' : IIOITSI::,

and among) honorable) men rellects only discredit Coinntnnlfuti'tl. ( 'II 1'k'II-I. half. rowlI............... iSifii, -.*) IMPROVEMENT: : COMPANY1'eriiaiidina
: ) :
upon the persons= under whose direct Iltll'k.I'oWII/ per pair..........., 1 (Nn) 1 i5 i JY ilKS.: IUrFFIXTON( /

management it was pn-sejited;. it hoped.I thatit l-'dllw Mirror'e have had to' put up i'gg4: l'r dozen: ...................... : )in> :."> .1, 1
will have "support only from those who are with car iet-bag; rule ever since the "new Geese; each. j 5t(,0 I I Ism ('oIlSf.1t IW I'ISt:01': : )I'm'lt4YTIi SritMcn; ,

totally iiidiUcrcnt to the good jianie: ami future ur.lcrot'tlimug4; ;" but never have we been Guineas, each. ;"o: (;"i ..55Turkeys
welfare: of our city. It lIar.l11"1'.1) 1 doa)( < I :25utTCUKlei JalelMII11jUt', 8'la. ,
cursed with \ of the
: c.itfJiot so" complete a "specimen}
ble tint: there is voter in the sul-
jeet to I the halct'ul I I (inllueuce 4)i''those who carpet-hagger, ; as the present Republican: ) M t\T! Iles'f'I'm'11ncs4'e. ....... i
{ .. ..... .. .. 10f nave; t the efl'rontcry" to" attempt! t the )perpetration nominee mar Mayor of Fernandina.' ..\ man ) ; Florida in
will i According, to Location of Rooms. And char .
of this outrage but devote a few Key.to
; w'ho has not been amongst; us long: enough;:; :Mutton lo('!, IH
hours( ol'tillll' to defeating the 'IIII"-IIIIIdlt: to
to kmfw the names of half-do/eii: of our Pork. (.1. I in
be accomplished by these machine: nomina ,!It 1I 1.. (,t. 15fKt.lt ri' \\'EI.L-KXO\\'X: : HOUSE:; :: CEX-: .
I ill II". The reasons: why !such a l'kc..holll,1lie :streets ; who occupies: a st'cond-ela4sclerk-: _L trally located, and having been renovated

defeated arc so many and so evident that ship in one of our stores, and should he lose 1"I.Ot'H, : KTC.liran : throughout; will be kept as a firstclasshouse. : Orders Ix-HHeea and Purchasers
: a large
there can !scarcely I bo any necessity for presenting ainl Middlings, j.1'.r 11M} )Ij. 1)1a:: 110 The' hail ,
which to-day would be compelled to pack Proprietress' having experience
them in this =short address.' One of (:"rll, per bushel..................... ( 'these reasons would to must minds 1 be sutlU his carpet-bag and( leave tn-iuarruvv. One too Flour, per barrel..................... H :ftof-t) ;H (IHI no pains for the comfort. of her pare) in
"lent : our )la: )should l hI' one who can )be who has not a dollar's interest in the city, .1 1:1): '. per 100 Ihs: i.i1 i !IN o) I: making the house hunte, -like as patrons in ,the Lots suitable) for Business: Purposes, or fur .

regarded! I a.s: u" permanent resident, and one and ,is not even a registeredoter: in the Hominy 'per barrel....... (<,i, 4 7" d" any :S sa-If City or Suburban 1:1..lelt'II'II: i
who ,is known to have direct and personal Oats, per bushel! ...................... (">, $N o .. _. _,_ __u .
:State; and was registered. !in the city only u
interest in the economic and proper management Ice, per (-1. lo (N' nits. ANNE: I.UUU': '
111'OI'MIY: 1'EI1; mho.
; of public) affairs few lays :since specially for this occasion. It Ice, !per, 100 lI,s. (li., 7";

With the \hope that our l'ih.lltay be sparedthe is a gros outrage t.. imp dNgraee of voluntarily continuing thrinixte community. As the Democrats are not KTKIITV: : *v- nn )'.'IIIn: 1 JlIIU $'t'., UIT.: CKxntE A AI.ACIIUA( 'Liberal Discounts on Values allowed toparties

mid iitfni'iiitit/iinent nf lie )sndt. the following any in industrial
engaged or -
allowed: showing in'thi" matter: and( the FEKNANDIXA:
ticket is oilered.! Let every voter, a FLA.,

acting for himself, iiidpeiident of other influence ItepublicaiH: have: it all their own way rJHAXIIIX.1.01:10.:: : .\, ('nterpriHm.s.| who. 'will fond on the I'rol'l l

determine which ticket he can put they certainly call allord to pick' their 1 KM.Ht IS TIIK erty purchased substantial! Improvement} f
most confidence in, for an tutnrnt uliniiitr
tioit oft t lie. ail:firs of the city, and tll'U east best: man. There are several colored: men MAMTACTUISEK.S AND DKAI.KIW J IX C'ltoieetat I'rnltH und 1'eelabl-e! for residence, or In which to conduct their

!his vote as his. conscience shall dictate : in our community, who( own real estate ,
For Mayor! -NORM \N Ilnovvx ox. arc gi ,xl citizens, who are really Interested; i ('ONFElfONIltil: : :H, ETC.IJlisi : (

For Clerk a ml Treasurer-EMI: L (O. FRIFXU.Tor in the growth and welfare of our city who Nto' os" H .>ntfi-M" unilTJN 1t1l"J'N, l : >! TO MANUFACnfHEUH -

Marshal mill Tax (lectorV.. P. would till( the iiosition' with more dignity *' Harden fieetjs, Flowers} : Farm am! : by exemption for u term of yeara from : I

GlFFOKl; Fur Assessor-PETFU M. MU>lIt. :T"s. and a'rulit than the present tIltmill \:. If this : AND SHKin: mOm:, Garden' '_Implements."_ _" __ ,_ _v-_n.7It.t.GEL t,_ taxation, olit-red by the c\eral titles and ,;

For (:Counoilmcn( :-:T.HKFD.. II. I5XTFR man has no more SUH of decency or .shame : AOAKEIW 1'ItIE.I), towns Apply ttJ& /

1' :Tlm WIUJVMS, FRrn.V. HOVT. !Ilnn- ab-mt him than: toatvpta! nomination under .
nIT V. :-:)IlTlI. C. \\'. I.E1vhJ (Mrs ldiIHI\i; ; such circumstances, for hea> en's sake let the ROOFING: A:>D (GiriTEIil; : (;. : : AND CONFECTIONERS: : : ,* ,rotlioucnr. Itcaih tt7tht ., Fernundina.

:;;.UIl'EL JlUII".s. 1J4,1 dtill'II:1l1f all parties and colors get together 1) l t-tf )
-- --- the ------ .
and nominate U man who has interest CIIOH'K :
On lie Line of llotuL I of our city at heart no matter If lie beas ,tir 'I' It 1''ttfi, :

The croi"s along the Transit Railroad are black u.'i a stack of black cats l. und let this Just 'rl'.I\'l'll-u large consignment t>( (roceriett, CigarM, and TokaeeoM,

looking very well, and shipment.of allkind. ''I disciple! of (;ill Chandler go back: to bis own HUm The "COOK'H JEWEL": : U! k
vegetables, from alwmt Arredondo. state. I wonder he ...It..uhllt""irc! to rule overa appropriately TOYS ASH! FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings 4 W. LOHMAXX'Sti ,. ,
$ ")ct of barbarians any way. VoTtK.: named-jt f Is a jewel. We will not -, '
',' 't!? 't''<
The season so" far is very favorable.Jlr. Entertainment: and licnhii
be undersold.ly '
J. .\. 1..-(>. Sumter:: says that j .irtion, 1'OST.tL CAltn I'OKKLSfOXiniXCK. furnixhetl at the shortcxt notice, at rockbottum FAMOUH- -- !*- _. ,
.SEtXhNI: JJT., OPPOSITE P. O. .'" .
of the State i"'t.'r; much, and theMimpletion .. pricu>, at ( 'd
Key Webt. ANGEL'H( : IJAKERY: "r..ur."cI Flour. .;r.: :';'.
of the Lake Fusti4: Ilailroad hasrfiven I ivji. B. (-. Di'itvin: :, 'cutre Street .
Icfr""hill rains Sunday and .Sundaynight :
new life and I fiierjry to the upper O..k-I, 21 Opp. old I' O. lluilJlng..n -
.. .. .. .
weatherm..ir11cvvhatctouler thennom.
still ; : r< EXERAL: : : COMMISSION': UmCJIA'T.el -' '---- -- ----
railroad a
lawaha. The projects' are
and I the I i-ter 75 average. >14'lu, worth of sponge! i: T ic o i* o i, i T A x I)1.1.G ONLY .'11C1'n: ; PER: POUND. .
of comersation jieopleunin '
ubject ,
Wharf tilled : T1U; ST., nan R. II. DEPOT
hold at auction jestcrday.
a ateofanai11LL4rxlKtancyfirthework: l .
I with buyers again; to-day. Our market tx' FEKXAXDINA FLA."
to iMgin.At i (OpjM.5te the Post Ollkm .) .
I final with jMJultrv and eggs: thin wwk (rum OLD
0-tr AT I'. O. I1UILDIXG.
the land office in fidimille, I saw avery .. Several H. HO1IIRK PKOPKIKTOK. ,
i I Texas and the Mi-sis ippialley. Hay, Corn, Oul*, n : .----- .
large government map, upon the wale line buildings are in prurw.,; of completion ltfTTXIIKIC ---- '
the location |: within our city limits. They are mostly PJUVATE, : AMU'ffl.\ HnS'f: HOAIIDING.ISotKU \\ K. I TIXIGJlT, t
of half! an Inch) to the mile, giving
locatedfromJackHonville |, residence : XKW MAKACJIMIKXT.: : { lte.0+". _\BLE. Xo pains c pa red to AOKXT,
of the railroad u-s
I: JI..cJ..1.._ suit cu. turutf'Ij.. ____ 173ntMASOX WIIOLKMiLK!: AM RETAIL
1"'II..a'ula. and from Fcrnan- n" __ _, _
to I i Ilonxe
Speiieer .
with the Hariialii! Karttalns! In tier <'it y will Lea )lUTCHER: AND STOCK DEALER: : ,
ding to C 'wlar Key and to Tanijui, i Hi' Mtav'N, (irtoWlt. 1 1C. regular com. I .
I\i Mart. of Amelia lodge Xo. 47 ) ANDIeuler
limit laud designated ut .Is umltitteenmiles ,
grant \: Grand; clearing) : out "al? for the next thirty J. "'. THUMPSOS. of the Keatxir/e House) t'( i A. M., on Monday evening, February fu lee.TEXXEHpJEE .

on each side .>ttlll'litu.( of rsoa(1. I"Iar". AH the entire g<....U m,w on haud at White Mountains, ProjriHor.TransUnt 23o1, at 7) o'cl'M Kharn. Transient brethren : : : JJEEF A SPECIALTY.UKUUM .

Florida "KH-IU now entering upon u stage au immeiiMifcacritice" man account of retiring nttc-, |:..*
of iinprovcm.-iit, which U nmhojitful for from bu>ine"s. M. 1)11 vNtT. terms ma
ttie Fvii. y; ). ...ttk. It tf, JuJlX .\. WIIITXKY: H\'retary. I PJ-tf FEUXAXDIXA.. FI.a ..\.






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LLOQUKXCKA I 1.'IOnllt.n HAVANA: Winter .tit'n"oti<< 1 !(70 nlld'11'oi"n' ,
doctor named Royston had sued Peter I ARLINGTON NURSERIES. -
; Bennett, for a bill long overdue, for attending I OIIORdIA) ( AND l'l. )hihI'.1: '

the wife of the latter. Alexander H.f :
, --- : ..r i I IIO.t'i' 1'(1111"1.
j ) 4'i'F.t:
f :Stephens was on the Bennett\ sideand 1t tert) I IN11.1N I .

Toombs-then Senator the United States 'l'nOI'U'I. turd 1I.1'UOI'U'\I. 1'UFIi''I'ItI:I:S, ROSI:S. I>>>II:(' U. I j. t TIME: :WIJt-llt'1.I( : ) :.

t was:' for Dr. Royston. The doctor proved the rorsnnti iviut: : <;mii\: smcritsami 1"IO"'lICI: I'I.\ %'I'S. ,g I t 7u1 inl Id1ief: rlll'I. J//1// /1 WI' .,.... 1. ..,)

number: of visits, the value according to .. '- I __ _

local custom, and his own authority to do --- No SK.\SICKX; ; !I.>;S'; No Performed\ by the and
new elegantly:
medical practice. Mr. :Stephens; told his appointed ..
: .
tCamimiliip ADMIRAL) fu-i-l
I Nidew( ( I, /
client that he physician had made out his XEWAND (CHolel..AHnTn' ( ; : : :<..: HIHI I<>
ease, and as there was nothing! wherewith to leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning. Ii : > ISTHK
rebut or oll'sct the claim, the only thing !left -- ()Passengers from :Savannah leave bv steamer iJ'-. LII ;=-
to do it. I:'tty of IIri.Ig'I'I"1I fill :Saturday .1. leave .. ,: .
was to pay ,f.,11,1:: 1 for Descriptive f'atalogue., : ; t'III. -n>..... -. .-, -, \ ". ..
Xo." 8'uicll'ct'r: "I Illrl'ltln to speakin } h'rnaurlinl: fir Jacksonville by Tranlit hail.roa : I ... :::

my case, and now speak." .\I.UIUT: i.. UII\\I.I.I.: l train IIIlIrlay 1\11\ ,rn ill'O.rri'l'; ) lit "::-- '- --... "' .....- -
:Mr. Stephens told him there was nothing 1 tf key \I'e>t "c'lhu''ollaIlIorllill! .\rrln' lit
to say j he had tookl.lout t-i: "ec that it was _. Hav:ma (',hH'Ilanftl'rllooll.' S Tf\; nI: +
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nuulccutandit WI\.'!. Piter win obstinate, Returning: ; leas(" Ifa\'anu Thursday: fven- "( 'ITY (OK MIllKillTONVCapt. : :

J\llIlut hist& :Mr. SCpherMAll( him to make a S A N B 6 11 N & > tog; leave Key Wct Friday mornin'g. Arrive JOHN riTXot.nvt: t!'.
H 0 YT
speech himself if he thought one could he.made. \ Cedar, Key. :Saturday: morning! (and at "DAVID (CLAKK."
Jacksonville' and IVrnandina Transit
"I will," said Peter Bennett, "if (Bobby :SECOND; ) STREET: NEAR CENTRE. Railroad: :Saturday: evening at'Savannah:: Captain

Toombs will not be too hard on nu'." !bytcamer City of Brldgeton lfllll:111I01'1: \ AOer having undergone; e\ten-ive npair' ',
Senator Toombs promised /and Peter WlOU! :!! \I.IXI' R ;T All. ing), thus forming!; the shortest' possible, sea are now in ril J 1-!:;"r-CLASS( : : OKDKU) /; in even

began : route between the United, States! and ('Ultll. Ilc'1'urllnc'lIt.III1.1' \\iIIl'c.rt411111' the

"Gentlemen of the jury, you /and I I i is (iltbCI.: us yllll' CIiANI)1/EKS PASSAGE: : RATES.Ciifitn.:::. ONLY ixsini: ; iorn: ; SKUVICI;:

plain farmers, and if we don't 1 ; (stick t together 1'lrrnrrinu.Savannah *
Florida, cnniicctiiu
these 'ere and doctors will the ASH ux.tt.raLs\ IN ldH'C'1Iu'annah, :: and ,
lawyers get ::;, to Hn-ana.:1: :! 0 :SlsiOFernandina :: I Savannah with the lir-t-cl.i-s: Sieaiu-hipi! '
advantage of us. I ain't no objections!'! to ) to Havana..... :
Lliiio; :3s KIJacksonville
< .
I 111.\ "', I ICOINI j | |10\'I'S.1| I KICIt'K |II.DU| AC\: \ of the Ocean :SteuniMiip: (Co. for Nety'nrl: ''
them in their )proper' llaI'i) : but they!: | | i to Havana.... :2iiiio!; :ts5l with lialtiinore' and \J..*<-
111"11 Philadelphia
gentlemen of the Now, this For and
jury. staterooms I tickets! apply to LEVE;
man Itoyston was a new doctor, and I went --- ,t ALDEX'S: : Tourist < )iliccs.Savannah ) ton Steamers. .
for him to doctor my: wifc'lI !lore Ie.t!. Anil l :: I Ga.: -Corner Hull and Brvanstreets. 1101 XII sot'Til.Jht
he and, salve truck onto it
came put some II. A. ( 'ALLAN, .\ I'lit. Leave Savunuoli.\iuday\ Aftcrnoon.Tliur-, :
and some rags: but never done one bit of 1ernandina-Igmuut: )Hotel. A. L. !MEL-I .
gnadgertlemiu'nofthejury. I don't believe 219lv"I )!) .. LEX, .\;gent. .
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-- -- -- --- -- --- -- -- I Evening,
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he is doctor There is doctors !
no no way. : LORIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD.) /10XDEXSE1: Jacksonville-'onierBaytool J'illl'lr<'c'll. : .
TIME CARD) Kvening.City
: < ;
that is doctors, Mire enough, but this )iuutdon't A. ('. Jl'IIEIU':, Agent':
earn his III0nl'\ ; apt if yon send for j oF Till St. Augustine( -On the Riv. B. I'. ARMSTRONG l. i if JlrirW"JII.-(
Atkinson did .J.\'K! him ast I Susan t fora : >
r. negro A'1'LANTICiULI'' WEST 11111.TILI.. ., _Agent._ __ ___ .. "11-1f! .1l t\c'rll" ".
boy that was: worth $1,000 he just kills (him On and alter this date Trains on this !Road : ) h ____ __ "
SIT RAILROAD I : Arrive Fcrnaudin.r.:.Wetlncsday' Morniiij.Sunday I i .-.
and wUIIIa\ ,,' t for it," will run us t follows; : | CIIAICMISTOX. SAVAXXAII :
thundered )
I don't,5' the doctor.
DAY PASSENGER.! ) (E.xciiT: : SI-SPAY.' ) AND! FLORIDA.STEAM : Arrive Jacksorville.\1'.lmicsrlay: Noon
1)id} I yon cure him ? asked Peter\ with ( n udo11'1111". ",) :
the blow accent of a judge with a black cap) Leave Jacksonville .*<:.'!.l
IA-UVC Baldwin S HII:: A. M. 1 I ( ; ROUTE.: SCHEDULE.: : IIItTII.
on.The doctor silent mid Peter Leave Lake City'M\ :: : .\. M.
was proceeded
I Leave Live On k. I huo: i'. M.Arrive 1! In I'/ect IMruary hit, ISM.t.OtNU City of Hriilflttuii
: The Iron Palace I.c'II'alat ka.Thursday AfternooiiLeave 1 I.
Savannah:: Kl.: p. M. new !steamer'
"As I was saying, gentlemen of the jury, i I -
: J al.k"oll v 1IIt'.Thursday ;Night(
Leave Savannah: hid(
: A. M.
: we farmers, when we sell our 'taters, has got ;t ; SOfTII. ST. JOHNS. Leave Fentandina.Suuday8.aop.nm.l'rtday..lrrivc : : :: .
to give vally for the we ask, /and a Leave Live Oak. .r>:.V r. M. Leave .Atlanta (ia. :2.15 .
money ........ ... .. 1' M. ::411\'anllah.lollola\! Morning, Satnr
doetoruin't. be to the Leave hike City .. ... ... 5:00: ) r. M.Leave Leave : .
none too good to put Macon, tut! 7. to I'. M. 'ilay Morning.ItaiM .
J same rule. And I don't believe this Sam Baldwin I 7:05: i I'. M. Leave Brunswick, <\\.1.1\ A. al. L'hirkLeave .

Royston is no doctor tin how." Arrive at Jacksonville .... 8.05: p. M. I Arrive Fernundina, Fla.10.15 .\. M. jb l.rIHllldilla.rIlC.II'luEn'nillg.: Friday .

j 'The doctor again put in his oar with, MAIL AND) 1N1'1(1.DAtt.v.: : ( ) Leave Fernandina. .:: A. M. : : \-,'" 1'Ivening.Arrive .
"t.o..k at diploma if think 1 am no Arrive Baldwin 1.-1'. .
my you Leave Jacksonville! 510::: r. M. : M. ;... Ha'ullllah.IIIl'Ila: Night, Satin

i(. doctor. l l".allitc House. i:15: r. M 1. 1 Leave Baldwin\ for; Jacksonville.... l.0:! ) t'. M. day Night.I
"His diploma' exclaimed the "newlledged Ix-ave Baldwin.... 7:00: I'. M. Arl''I'.lncklionvillc( Route).. :2.V! : > p. M. (:\l'T. LEO YOm! NOTI:.-On both trips, :South: and Xorth
orator, with great contempt IIIM i the David 'lark will call at all lallllill '.
way ;:
) .
Ixwve .
: 1)armyville : ) I' M.IAaveSaudcrsnn
diploma! Gentlemen I this is a big, word for;, 8:07 I Leave: Baldwin l for (Cedar Key:...... 1.50 I'. M. \\'iIIlrI\'c' Fernandina for Jacksonville- All trips terminating; and starting froti'
printed sheep-skins, and It didn't make no : : I' M. Arrive Waldo (Junction. R. R) .. 4.111'. M.IAaye latka intermediate landings) !' on :St.: Johns Fernandina entitled with Transit Hailmail
I Ix-ave Olustee! Ml.: :! r. M I.
doctor of the sheep as first wore it, nor docs Carrie Waldo. -1.20: p. M. Kiver, and :Savannah: and Charleston as follows Express'l'rain' to and from Jacksonville aim
J"'I'eIt.: 110:11'; : M. Arrive (Gainesville........ ......... ....
it out of the man as now carries it, and I Arrive Luke City. !11:10) :!< r. M. .. 5.171'. M.Ixave : there with Steamers to, and from nlliallrlinlt"Oil
he aint doctoral all" : J Gainesville( .i.)1': !) M. From Fernandina for Jacksonville! and
pint out to ye! that no the St.I Johns, also to and from Gaines
'fhe man medicine was now in a fury, Arrive I/ouvc Live Tallahassee.. :2:15 7:4)41.: A.. M. Arrive Cedar Key....................... U.W) :: I'. M. I'lIlalknr"lm''Ilay, !' March ::1{, 11I:10.1.:: 1. vineValdo, Cedar Key, etc. Titkcts unsold

and screamed out, "Ask my )patients if I am Arrive Albany.: :: : A. :M.M. Trains to Jacksonville and North of Baldwin 'S 5' "" 10, u WOA.M.;: tlu-ough; to and froni all the abase

no doctor: ? ArrivcSavtuunmlm.......................... 11.00: 't. M.: daily. .5 17, 10 A. M.\ points and when Steamer' City of Kridgeton;
retorted Peter tut'She j soixo SOUTH. 21, 4 A. :M. between Savannah
"I asked my wife Ix-ave Savannah 4IU::! r. M. 1 runs through; and Palut-
said as how she thought you wasn't." Ix-uvc Albany 4:00:( I' M. Leave Cedar Key................... ...... ...11'i .\.1\1. From Fernandina, for Savannah and Charleston ka, passengers also have t the l'hoil'of ;goiiiby
"Ask my other patients," said 1 h'. Roy- Ix-uve Tallahassee 5:15: I'. M. Arrive (;Gainesville....................... ts.-! II A. M. Friday, March" 5, 40::! r. M. rail between Fernandina and Jacksonville. '

SLOT). Leave Live :2:15: A. M. (:, Leave Gainesville....................... N.50 A. M. Monday, 8, 8 A. M.Friday .
This seemed to he the straw! that broke I/cuve l Lake l.iU:! Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. R. June.;. !U.ts A. M. 12: 10o::; A. M.Monday. For Statc-Kooinw, Tickets, and all other
: A. M.
the camel's hack, for Peter replied, with u Leave :Mt. Carrie City .......... 4:18: A. M. ';! Leave Waldi. Sl.55 A. M. l-r, 1-: ::.:0 i'. M. particulars' apply' to the t following, Agent

1 t look and tone of unutterable sadness : lA-avcOlustee! .1:10 !| Arrive Baldwin\ ..........................12.17:! I'. M. Friday, "W! :11'i M. and I Offices : .
A. M.
"That is! ulll\rlll'lIylll', gentlemen of the Leave :Sanderson: ......................... 5::11) .t. M. i 1 Leave Jacksonville (Cum. Iute.11.15) .\: M.Arrive : Monday Friday :!'1j.('.!. 9'H::7) p.. al. Savannah (!a.-('ur. Hull and Ilryan St-s.,
A M.
Jury, and one that relluircolllle to die to have r opposite' Pulaslvi and Screven I10\1-I'.
LC'I\vo D.irbyville. ,>::55 A. M. Baldwin.12.W:! ) "
powers: as I've hl'urll1'I'usecl to be cxerdM'11lliilleo I' M. Monday: 29: !! 12: M.\ Fernandina I-'Ia.-\t the Ilgrnont;; Butt
(0:10 I
the apostles. Docs he expect' me to IA'itveltaldtwin..c. : A M.\ i I Leave Baldwin. .... .. ..................LAm: '. M.i Close connec-tion made with steamers for and to ('aIt' Jut I. Uouniillat, .Wen> t.
Leave Wlrite House........ ............ 7:0.1.M..
I bring the angel t of Oabriel down ltfmretl1(, : i Arrive Fcrnandina. ...................... 3.40 I'. Mellonville! and Enterprise, also\ with steamers Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner' Hay and Pino
Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50
and cry aloud, and 1 : A. M. Leave F .rnalll\.illa.\ ....................... 1.45 P. al.M.M'I I I for Ocklawa Itiver ; also! at Savannah: :-: : Dr'. I L'Kngle's Drug Store; A. C.' I-an-
t ell this (court ami( jury tinrLntIini u of On )ll\illllHl K.\:press Train :Sleeping\ card', Leave Brunswick....................... .Ul.ll'. with steamers! for New York, l Philadelphia, 1 I ire Ticket .Agent; .\. I.. Hungerfoni; ;, "
Royston's practice?' Am I to go to the tomb run through to and from Jacksonville i i Leave Macon. $.10 A. M. and Baltimore, and at Charleston: with steamers Agent.St.; .

and say to him as is at last at rest: from Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars run .\l'r \Atlanta, (ia. 1.15 I'. M. for New York piston, Philadelphia hal Augustine, Fla.-On the Hay, R. 1-'.
physic: and doctor's bills, git up, here, yon, through to and from Jacksonville and TulFH11XANDIXA Trains to Cedar Key and South of Baldwin tiinore, with Northea-tern and South Carlo- Armstrong 1 Agent.Palatku I.

l I, and state if you died a natural death, or was lahl\l
you hurried up some by doctors lie KXPUKSS: (lHitY.) RAILROAD West.FIUSTCLASS. Agents l.

says, Ask his patients, and gentlemen of Leave Jacksonville: \ .11:15: A, M. ( H'rtWo Untuck.) :: PA :SEXEU: : ACCOMMO( I UirSTAVK;: LIIVM.icneral : :.

the jury, they are 1111ll'alll!111'herc is Mrs.Beezly's [ Arrive Baldwin. :!:.'{ I'. M. I DATIONS.Through :;. ( l'asserg'r.lgent.1' ; ; .

man Sam ? (So ask the worms in Arrive Fernandina...................... 't:40: I'. )l.I I UOI.M lIoliTH.I Tickets:: and Staterooms sl'I'url'l \ F. HAltllY: ,
the graveyard where he Ii 1'11. Mr. Peak's ,cave I'Vrn.uuliiia.10o::; ) ,\. M.Jxave I Leave Waldo Juiution................ 0.00A.M. and all information furnished at ollico corner (:C'lll'ralfellt., Savannah.

worn in Sarah:) .was attended by him and Baldwin..........................? 1:20:: r. :M. I Leave Hawthorne. 7.40A.M. Centre and Second streets. D. X. 1IAUUI.MAN: : ,
her funeral was unpointed, and lie had the Arrive Jacksonville! .. -'::ti r. M.Pjisscngers I| Arrive Lochloosu. .IU.\. M. 20-ly C. A. XOYES<< -11- _. _- -Manager..MAM.OKV'S ._--.
Where\ is that likely Kill asbelonged __ ._ :. _
corpse ready. for Fernandina and Cedar Key i liOIXlI Nor.ru. I
f ;
I to Mr.I Mitchell ? Now in glory take this train. No train from Baldwin to Ixuvc Ijochloosa. : \. M.: I ST.. MAiivs in vine IACKIT.
lr his opinion on Royston's doetorin J .
cxpressin C'edar. Leave Hawthorne 10.45 \ M.\
'. Where is the baby gal of Harry ..\rr \Waldo Junction...............12.15: I'. M.
Stephens' She: m where the doctors cease CIIXSIX.'TIOSi'I.-\t IKildwin with A., G. itW. i i'ronst'rumir! Waldo u-liloo.I .'uuul return (.j ;b4.T11E

from trouhllll' and infants are at rest."Gentlemen LT. H. K., for Cod.ir Key, Gainesville: : ; Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday, : ; '

of the jury, he has eat chickens and I 1.'crIlJlllllill:1.IIIHl all points North and ... ; ::: :::. ...
enough at my house to pay for his salve, West; at Lake( City /Tallahassee, Albany, Only Direct Miu to Xcw York.

and I furnished( the rags; ; and I don't suppose ) Savannah, and all points) North and, West" ; i STEAMER( FLORA,
he charges} for inukln' of her wores, and at Jacksonville\ with St. Johns liver Steam i Close connection I is made at Atlanta (;ia..

even he don't pretend to charge for curin' of ers.! J. S. McKLUOY, to and from all point.s North, East: West" and CAPT. JOHN RICH\BUSOV: ,
her; and I am humbly thankful that he \\'. M. I).\VlIlSnx, Muster: Trunsp'n. Northwest daily

never gave her nothin' for her innards, a.she __ Superintendent. : MACON tU., WILL( Ill'N OX THE ST. MARY'S Rler \"-

1, did his other patients, for something I With Trains for Eufaula: (Columbus, Ga., during; the season as follows :
;i t made ant all die mighty sudden" :'LA.GG'S Moutgumcrylobilc:: and New' Orleans.AT Leave ST. MAUV'K EVERY: MONDAY and

Here the upplause made the speaker sit IMPROVED PATENT LIVER P4DI I I .KEUXAXWXV.\., THURSDAY.. MORNIN(! at (i clock, for THE FIXE STEAMERS,
down in great confusion, and in !spite of a .:ltN.\XDIS.\; and will (leave FEUXINPINVsame
logical:: I restatement of the case by Senator CAN IB MACK NITS ANY STKKMQTU!GKTI: HAED.'vEllaED. LAn ''I With Sew York and Fernandina Steamship days at 8 a. m., for C.\UP: l'll\CKSEY WESTERN TEXAS
Toombs, the doctor lost and Peter Uennett TWICK AS LO.XO.Clieijei 'I Line from New York on Wednesday and all intermediate landings; on the river
Cnrti witbost firaesiag thl Slltem.eva.1 10.W: a. in., and for New York on Friday, ut Returning EVERY: TUESDAY: ;) and FRIDAY CITY OF AUSTIN, }
t __________
won.A i 3.40 p. Ill; from Nassau, X. P., on Wednesday will arrive at ST. MAHV'B at 5 p. m.,

TIIVVELER in the forests of Brazil saw a kills and Few tN1 I ; for Xas:au, X. P.. on Wednesday.With touching: at ]<' :UOSIIIS.\. CITY OF I.11L 15. ,
I Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat WEDNESDAYS: ; and SATURDAYS
hairy spider with a body two Inches long liver Complaint, w'Y I IDppe Co. from Savannah:; on TUc la)'. Wednesday will leave ST." M.uty's ut Nlt.I: U. in., and can STEAMER( OF THIS LINE: WILL(

and eight legs, meosuringseven inches each. si>4 axvou.i Friday and Sunday; for Savannah on be chartered for excursions toDuugcnesy A I leave FKKXAXIUXEVERY TIlt11ws.!

It was on u tree trunk beneath u deep crevice Nearal PAD. < Tuesday, Friday and Sunday DAY for NEW YORK ; and from NEW' YORK
across which was stretched a dense ,ia, I With Charleston Steamers: (St. John' and ; Pier 20 East: River, EVERY: FRIDAY fur

Kerronneu.Rhfnmjthm. : CityViul) from Savannah and Charleston and other points of interest !In the vicinityof Florida at 3 p. m.
white web. The lower part of the web was i Wetlncsday and Sunday ; for Savannah and Fernandina. This Line, having no transfers to mak
broken and twu small finches were entangled 1 i and\
Charleston Monday Friday between Jacksonville and New York offers
in the pieces. One was still alive, but Costiveneu ; k With Steamer flora daily to and from St. Through; Kills of leading; the best and cheapest transportation to, Flor
died soon after its rescue. The hairs of these Ftmele'tlrtnas v Mary's, Ga., and semiweekly to and fromSt. ida iiipiters.Oranges .
oft" when touched I and ; MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to u1Jpoint
crab-spiders come \\f Mary's River I.andinbs.I by will receive special care in hand-
cause a maddening Irritation, lie says that on the St. Mary's.Close ling.
Sick t NerroaiHeidithe. ATBilUWIN, FLA., :
he saw the children of an Indian family I i I
with one of these monsters secured by u ",' With Trains for Live Oak,Tallahassee, and Connectionmade PASSENGER:( ACCOMMODATION'S( ARM
11. I
it about the house like a ', all |Hints in Middle and West Florida.AT FIRST-CLASS.
curd and leading
TheN Piil Cure all Oi York and Savannah
>raw br AMorptlon. No 'I.'I.NaxIoUlI' with the New
dog. _ _ .qil .nr .I"" '. nou.lfOdiclnrtlanou'.q LOCHUXm, FLA., Steamers. Mark all goods "Care Steamer The traveling public are offered the advantages -
Intothe Stomach. The Vault are worn over the fll of a DIRECT LINE:, WITHOUT
of the Stomach wwertna. : the Oreat Nerve ('..nt_. I With Steamer Alpha. fur all points and Flora, Fernandina." ANY
Paris marvelous CHANGES: ,
in Connections
A LADY has been giving el*o the 1.1.., ant 6tnnuch. A gentle V< ,'(ubl,, landings on Orange latke, on arrival of Peninsular made at
performances with four birds:!, tmined to Tonic abwhed i ntn thrcirrulat Ion o I the H''xl nn-l I lUilroad Train. GOOD ACCOMMODATION'S FOR I'AR.tient'I'S. Jacksonville with all !steamboats for all
LiTpr.puHfjlnRtheBloo<\..Umullt1nll'tbtt Un'rand Excursionists: and Tourists will !points on the St. John's!, ()Ocklawaha.l
such a high degree of docility that they select Kidneys to healthy action, and "...nll'ttlt'olnJ( the AT GAINESVILLE. FLA., ; Indian Rivers and
attractive the with the Transit
BtomncbiodiirwlfoM.. PBICB or I'AM tl ASD 1TACH I find this a very trip, as sceneryis Railroad
from a series of cards, replies to almost I ilo1.II.' ALL DaucsuTt.or MOI by MaUf I With Stage Line fur Ocala and Tampa on i grand and alligator and other game are at Fernandina for all railroad. stations
eiuestion from the audience. These are Kxpm: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday; from abundant. in loriJa.
anY MaDuf ctare4 at 39 A II NoKTM tlBUTT 8t, I
invariably appropriate) and their originality !. x.Mk.HOIiSKV. I Ocala and Tampa Tuesday, Friday and Sun For. further Information apply to
the entertainment .Iav. JOAN RICHARDSON, nmlGIITXU PASSENGER" : RAT
Is often striking. Altogether ( & CO., Agents, .
which has met with the approval of I' AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., 25-tf Fernandina. Fla. LOWER THAN BY INDIRECT LINES.
3J.jm: J'enu1I1IIina'Ia. -- -- ----- --
five crowned heads of Europe: maintains: its With Steamship' Cu s flue for
J diameter an exhibition of Il>erfect train- Tampa Tamll/l. Monday and Thursday FOIl IlEXT. ir"Through Rates! and Hills of Lading

log, and the apparently disinterested man- N. RITZI'OLLI, I ut 4 p. m., and for Key West Sunday and : NICE ROOMS FOR RENT to all i )ints. '.
;-Steaniers: of this .
; Line
ncr in which the movement of the birds aresecretly Thursday, at 0 i>. m. SEVERAL .' CITY MART, corner of Cen sail
herself is and Havana Fast FERXAXD1XA to NASSAU X.
directed by the artist us With the United States and Third Streets.Also ,
amusing as their Intelligence. :, FLA. I Mail Steallier.lrhairaI for Key West, Havana, tie contract with the Bahamas Government.
f Cuba, on arrival of pedal| Train, every Tues.day the second story above Messrs. Sydell and are the only steamers that land at the
Ash and Third treets.M. in Nassau.R.. .
& Hro. corner pier
Havana ,
IORAT1OSEYMODRis about six feet high afternoon, at 4.30: p. m. From ,
i Mock Silk IX warranted all silk. Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Sl;1"*- W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
whichhe c.,
In Utica, winch is the nearest town,to vial train to connect. 3-t: ( _In the City Mart. Fernandinalier

sirloin steaks and rib chop., he for the C. II. MALLORY & TO.,
for With Steamer Kuttria-itt, points on
goes The bet $1.00 silk In the U. S. JAMES '. GII'FIXtCOSTIL..CTon 20) '
.. U 1 regarded as a sort of fixture. He sometime : I Suwannee: River, Thursdays at U a. in. EasjJUverLNew Yi.rk. 2-tf
to town but be always wean a For information respecting routes, rates, AND 11U1141) Bit, -- -
Summer Silk at 50 c., 00 c. ; btt 0 cfc+. Dr. AHTIirit! ('. FORD
I high silk hat, usually the worse for wear i-tc., apply to ,

'l long lib( ,coat while Is his of the boots frock are pattern coarse,,but and shiny very. Matting( at It ('. ; fancy at 25 c. Ticket A. O. and MtcDONKLL.Gen'l Pass. Agent.D Alachua Street, between Second and Third, DENTIST,

likes to talk about cheese ; but MAXWELL.? Cen'l Supt. 21 FERXAXD1XA, FL-i.
Mr, Seymour attec- 500 Blue Flannel Suits. at $d to $12. Fourth St. bet. Centre and Alachui
; hb fellow townsmen: who have a great QUBSCRIBE TO THE MIRROR. $:: PER Orders and estimates from a distance carefully ,

talk for on uonie hlm, other frequently isubject.try to get him to Money refunded if not satisfactory. [21-tt ; 11 annum ; $1 for ids.months. attended to. 25-t( I3 If FEltS.SlJIS.FLA..

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