Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 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: UF00054505:00057
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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ntnnx.S&l STATI: M\VS.\ as: I these Southern States l. especially tho.-o t that. w)1)I'\III'I'lIr\ to oyster: 111.1If they wl'rl'l (bo President of the French Republic at

I I the iulf., The l'ol,1ffo..t constantly: \ dredged, of upon) game: preserves these entertainments. "Y"1 wil hardly
bordering rigor of' u !
Ill-hold,l the fowls of the air Sermon
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Tm: Santa Florida Republican 1IPcrvPre if I hl'H'rl' not protected I for certain periods pretend, he said, to his friend),
y-r f>n the Mount. climate is almost death to the average,: I each year from t the ravages of t the sportsman., your wife I is of 1 more exalted: position 'j
sent the of 1 F. 0, Locke for Congress: I :
Oh, ye angels: I this jour calling, name negro, while the hot sun and a warm sultry Not only are all of the largo sponges' taken, I than )Inn', La Prcsidcnto, and, vet yousee
Ilcncdictions, letting falling and say nothing ut llishco.TIIK I climate, I is a comparative heaven to him. 1 but t the smallest: growth is: not safe from t the I she shows her face to all the wtlll with-
fisherman's, and removed from ant tho "lightest dishonor to her :
: tongs: once IIolha\1"
railroad ollioials at Jacksonville! report
Now let of these states become ain '
With your melody ; I one a. its: bed(, his greed insures its being marketeddespite : The noble otlvoy pondered these thll :. II.
Music-waters flowing by, that three or four times as much freight I Ii thoroughly Repuhlioanizod 1: .I, especially; Florida I comparative\ : vvorthlessuess; 1 for \ is! imitative or nothing. lie has come

,t, 8trt'aIll"whlJ, e spring l is: in the sky, t i is brought in (h)' rnill'o\tlu-Il'I\llle 1 : last I and, these: now"rest less masses: would : ('OIllIIl'I'l'lalpItTlu''l'oI 1 : It is: u question: I whether : to learn, and tho 1 presence; ,of bis: wife at last 1

Rivers: Most: of it is from the West. I"II"I'l\1 move down upon her like a 1 besom of destruction. I I any mo'}ns run he ,adopted to prevent' (this I w'II1 f.-to was a sign I of his l'OI\'niol.
singing i
: on courses:
your t lh'.lrlldloloflhl sponge\ : supply. Certainly i :Still tho old Ira,1 wits strong in him and
i, To this worn world ever bringing TIIK number of oranges shipped from i I Her 1'01111nd climateill produce :I the liihcrmun in dredging; for them cannot I it was funny to Ol'l\ 111 look the other way: ,

Sweetest lullaby, pa, December II 1 January, is stated b)Tllm'l I sweet-putatoes for the dropping 1pil'('(' of diseriminato: between the Inrgeundthistnnll : sous not to incur disgrace involved, in

% Soothing sorrow, bringing rest Tribune at about !)lllmmIII) 1 from ClearWater the vine almost. Her lakes, rivers :and pondsabound I growths. I In the Mediterranean fisheries the knowledge, of her' presence. One cornerof '
dives for his treasures I almond eve was fixed on the
where' the gatherer: an \aeaney
':, To the heart with care 011 rest; : during l>:'ccmb 100,000. ( in fish: and her swamps, lagoons be might sponge, possibly: : be more discriminating other WII"IIIril the wife to see that :she

"< Who your minstrelsy! inspires? TIIK l Key West Dispatch (lies at its head. the and forests in opossums and.coons. Now but that is out of (the question: in the did us she walked about the J

>" Who instruct: ? your holy choirs? name of John Sherman, and makes: some hero is indeed an almost heavenly hon. for mechanical processes: employed on the Florida rooms. The rll must: ( have been fir morereaxsuring
I Irran' reefs. U has hei'ii MigKestcd: that if till'11I11I'ro.l1.I'tl Ambassador: expected.Nothing .
t should. be : ;
CulTec if the politics just right,
Who attunes: your cherub lyres ? charges against Joneral (rant's administration I II brought htlw tools I China was not, candaliod -
: : up !
: Oh, ye angels! whence your calling, from a Republican point of I I and let this latter' consideration I be elVeetedand promptly sponges returned to tllll' ,water\ their I .1, ':\hPII'IWII convulsed. The sight l (

: Hem-dictions letting falling view. down he will come in hordes. \Tnlt'f'! grurtl t might: continue! and 11111'tIll' pro- I ,of this Chinese: bounty was a little disappointing.

Fromrh forest bough ? in 1'olk such state of things: let us ask our new settlers 11'edluct' Sho wa'rr!! III"ol\ the
: Tim orange trees county arc putting I
alter of not s1ongtt\ /( reverse: : according;: to your way ;: at .
Yet ye are not from the :sky, on a heavy crop of fruit. Another correspondent whose orange groves, years: patient is: destroyed: when it is: detached! ,l from tlie it. I have heard' the most contradictory: .

Ye have homes: to mine: hard-b)', says! lie has: seen vines two years'old toil and\ waiting, ureju t beginning' to bed, or not; but the best information obtainable verdicts, from different i people, Her olive

; And in toil with me vie. growing, blooming and bearing ; has come into profitable bearing, what they suggests; that it has: great vitality: and skin was covered with powder I laid on as
ye would then be worth ? A slate fair and that: If returned. to its: natural dement so thickly as if it were a (.IOWI'M face: ut pall to- ,
I Rising: soon aoll'arlr: grey okra twenty-two feet high two years old. soon as its undesirable{ discovered, it I 1IIIIW.tll'. Floe tl.l\,11111It, the Toonis

I Tells(: the coming of the day ; THE Union, h in an able article, combats the beautiful as ours and grand in her future mi I: lit again adhere. I I time I rocks( I and continue I!hllt time on lHr 1IIIIIIIh'I feet ,

i' Working on till even light idea! contained in the April number of the prospects blighted by an indolent, thriftlessand its development.) If this be )practicable, it 1 :and Ihl,1 went homo, no doubt to dream of
ignorant population, swarming in all might indie.it a means: by which th(' sponge what tho :sun and moon and the morning ,
(lives; its place to gathering night ; North American liciicw, that the Southern localities where bare subsistence might be 1'l'\'f'\l'olllIIII'prol'Il"\1. In any event, the 1 I stars would" say tho nevi' day' on 111'awful

On your daily duty bent, pulpit was mainly devoted to the white population : a subject I is worth government investigation: t I ,: innovation of all tho ('tllfulal: proprieties..
Yet in mood of sweet content; and that no attention was: paid to picked, up with the least eil'ort, would bo a with a view to determining! ; what If any, restrictions Elfopclaill nothing, hut: :said trit <% \ .
and sad picture, and yet it is not o\'l'rw rnJlh; t.'t'l'II1II'IIJtl'rl'llt'dlon rout: \la"I'll1l'o"\ the t gathering; life went on in the usual WIThl'' greatanxiety
Rising ever anon the needs of the colored
spiritual race. \\ upon it, and if relecled and sale of sp" ngos, with u view to \preventing of the Minister: here i is to do : the .
._ Into fresh: and fresher song, TIIKUE were in I'l'nsal'ollharhor on the till' utter destruction! : of what is now 1111I1II'II'tallt vest do, to follow tie immemorial customs.Sitting : .
V So: almost deceiving me 23d square-ringed, vessels and : ( upon we feel assured as to the result: domestic industry at dinner other .day ho wa'tt
eighty-two :
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That small be served, to do precisely: what was: ,lllw by
ye might angels: : eight schooners all of heavy tonnage. Thirteen o V1m..U. /1'1'ELLI(11iX(1E. J
Oh'e toilers of the earth I 1 .1 cnixiisi: uiiAUTr ix PAIIIS.' gentleman: who sat next to him l Ho ute of
of these vessels were of upwards of the same dishes In precisely the same proportions ,
Tell tell whence mirth I It I deaths from feverat Havana Pvuis, February 11.--The lust ball at theKlyseo
mo, me your I,mil I) tons 111I r,Il'lI. We hope to rue the time SUVEN: yellow and when the other asked thl's'r-
Thus made to are reported, to the Hoard: of Health for the : I I\rk.lun: epoch in Mas-tern: : civili.atioji. vant for' a pieeo of bread he made a sign I to
one me reply, when our noble harbor will be graced with
t week ending March 13 and thedisease is in- The wife of the Chinese Ambassador have bread: too. The 1'uro1o'an-sanu'thing: :
: Pointing upwards to the sky : ,
so' splendid an array of an amateur in length turned
there fur the first I time unveiled pon'laill-at
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"There follow-worker, thereI Taut Sun andVm throws a wet blanket creasing.IN up one of the ( '!: '\ to see the
any European': assembly': A little woman, mark of the( fabric. The Cl'dnoso Minister I
am taught to leave m my care; on the Republican municipal ticket, andgives digging a well near Ilirmingham ,\la", :
with her hair I'laolh'n.Ilown: to the sides 1 : ofa immediately did, the same.-A'. )I'. \Ilimrl.l\ ,
t From all\ anxious thoughts I'm free. good reasons why it should not be supported it is said, an oil well was opened, ,h'lln'rillglIlet }

t For the Father l'UrCI'for' 11I('," but winds up with the single reason \ barrels: a day. Of course it, is unnecessary whitewashed: face, was seen blinking in I'AniWS ] COII- 1
the bats I'IlIilll1, blink in i the T.I.II."a-.U..ICll.I
gaslight: as are
r And there came this sudden thought, why it should that it i is a regular t nomina : to add, that the wildest excitement sun. She! (tottered. through the rooms on PLKTKIf.A '. '

I Thus it was: that Jesus: taught tion. Well, that leaves it pretty well open prevails.I her small: mutilated, feel, wondering. even! machine with which a remarkably doc. ,

Taught that all\ the fever-caring/ for every one to Note as he pleases.: A Rtlnnoist..tNIlluiwhokeep'upwards: : : : more than she was wondered at. Never before imitation. of human speech can he produced, .
in Chinese: history bad the wife of a
i Which away man's: life i is wearing" Tin: Florida Union says the Freedman's of 1,000) hens, has for (1( voyeurs: mah''to 'I'hall high olllei.il been seen even by her own has hel'l brought to this (country by tho inventor -

All\ his fear of want and death, annual profit of $1.15, which docs notseem much less the foreigner. exhibited the }'
Dank building in that city was sold on the countrymen( : by Il'rl' Fuhcr, and to

Is but :simple lack of faith. 2oth) to Col. L. W. :Sprint, for the sum of much of a profit, but it amounts tu, An American may. : take credit t for the conversion Physical HII'IlyIll privately, fo closer .
of His I K\ecllenoy l: to common sense.:
So I found their angel calling, $15,!)O(). The building/; is: three story building $1lrIO per annum" which i is more tllIlIlIIalila When first. the ( Chinese: Ambassador: runic: e.xumanation of its mechanism' : to several fJ .

Felt their benedictions falling : about fifty feet square, of brick, and farmer makes "alt a $oJ.OOO farm. hero his wife lived in the strictest 1 seclusion. vvelUknovvn scientific men. It opens! up an

Opening my blind eyes to see substantially: built. The price is considered A VKKMONT: paper says the maple sugar He mule: u great step| even in bringing her, entirely dille-rcnt Met of qtiostiona frul those: '' .
but he could. no further than that. The suggested; by tho performances of the phonograph
How heaven's care from care should free, a very fair one, /although it is: said to have manufacturers: get from two and a half to go for which sounds I
FTl'lll'lllIIl'lI' nuidho had been packed merely' prllll'l'l .
And how man may draw from thence\ cost W,000: when built in ISj!). four pounds: of sugar to the! tree. The crop the! journey in 11 trunk double-locked. (Hut uttered by the human voice. This talking I 1

n Madness: : and I sweet: con: lidence.Sunday TUB correspondent of the Jacksonville:: of the state was about 9,000,000{ ) pounds, in to all appearance' the Minister\ never opened, machine will give intelligible utterances t, I ,
Ids: boxes, for his pfWious commodity of asmallfooted more or less distinct according to the words,
Magazine. U. \\ fi.POSTAL ;. 178, and worth $700,000. A great sum ol '
Union from this l place: !says! the Republican
lady I did not come to light; to tho ideas of the operator. The machine: J
County Convention was all fixed, up by the money to draw out of Vwmont mi p. Hilt at length at the great fete of the republic I Is the product of the continuous labor and

CAR COHllKSPOXDEXCK.St. : custunm-house ring of the party, and all the THE Kmperor William of Prussia: has just t two years 1I feminine curiosity proved study of two Ill'lIIhl'J of the same family.It I I
too strong for national prejudice, and a rip was hl'.tll; in 18ir, by one Joseph' Fabor,
Mary'H.The delegates were appointed to suit the ideas: of celebrated) his eighty-thirtbirthday, llchai
was beard, from the inside of the trunk. It 1\11.1111 far elaborated in L'lll (but i was: ex-
_e u-lualunnual: :Meeting of Citizens for Collector Howell( They: are all coloredandit witnessed: some of the most: stirring!! events in was Mine. FAinbassadrico: giving; it to hiunderstood hilltcllll that year to the King Havana. t

the purpose: of nominating a :Mayor and does: s'eJl1/LS/ if there should be some one Kuropcan: : history. Napoleon's rise: and fall: 'I hat she would like to come! out / i 111 o dying;: bequeathed I the t machine (

Alderman] for the ensuing year, bus: just: at least: to represent the plain portion of the Ol'l'urre.lI1urillr. ;: his youth, and he has seenhis and see I the show. Such a request] was not to his nephovv, the present owner, also.
to be tl'I'II'ltbr considerate husband I I. and) named Joseph' Fuber, who had 11'1 associated
been held, the candidates: being the present party.A country raised: from a 1'uurlh-rte province the Ambassador: ; I asked a friend I to give I his with him( in its cllI'llruliol. and sinceIt

incumbent, the Hon. Judge Arnuw, itl1lMr. counrsroMiKNT; : of the tfnntan Tribune to tin- front rank of the l powers: olKuropo. wife a window conmrinding: : ;: a view of (lieprocession. became his!! property, I l'I'r has: almost:

[ K.: MaeWhirter.: On the vote being says: : .\ few workmen from the Klgin watch : And yet I for many years he has 1 : The fril'lItl11'1 1 :Mr, l llitt, 1'i rotSecretary doubled its powers m'ti11tlol, Thochief
of lime American Legation in Paris i points of interest the machine,t I bus for
factory and others have sent an agent to thisplaeo stood in the shadow of much man
taken the! former wus nominated by accla !! u greater
absence General tho the and it bo
and at present, in the of : ph\ "lo.dllt, may r
11ati'lIullIl selected by a large majority. (LDIO'i.Hill..llIro' county), and have than himself: Itismarck, the brains of the Novel= charge "'II 1 I rl'::!. "l Ir. llitt lives: inthe I (IhYIIIliHt.. : lie in the rl'oIull: obtained

This: result should prove not only very gratifying I- bought; 1,000; m'n'lof land, and twelve tractsof Prussian: monarchy, nll.llt). a sort of natural I Chumps' Klysee: and Ids windows, consequently from the ingenious (',"lrl'IIIH'1 by I 1'

to Judge Arnow, in whom his: fellow- land have been cleared and fenced, and compensation: the subject has attained awider I 1 t commanded I a view of I the wolo fun which the functions of the /Ih'xihl 1111110-
I Ho hi'rfl''t willingness I the voice'are The
of the fair. expressed
about 10,000 and lemon trees have and is fur better known \ bil or"/wilf I
citizens have orange to
same trust reputation
: rcposciHhis: : on so to comply(' wide the Minister's ro- rl' of t the machine ', to j I
many occasions: -having selected him for been planted out, and that within three the world than his imperial master. 11 whole;matter, I should say, wayolinscussed 'begin with the bellows from which tin air

lessthan : l/iix other trees have been planted on : as 1I not between Is driven tvilheunsiderallchut varyingliree' ,
Mayor no : six times during;: the years TJI'Cit seems to be quite ahead of the : solemnly 1 treaty
eleven other! tracts them.TIIK tho principals'themselves' but 1I bovceu by moans of a pedal lever. Tho air pusses: in \
ten but should stimulate him to
past years: Fust: in the adoption\ the telephone (or rcligious ,
I t\ intermediaries I ho Ambassador: sending a h"rl'mtulltrl'lll' through u small llllhl'r.: '
increased exertions for the improvement of St. Augustine; Press says that there ; ..'UTItI"l) Besides the church inColumlms messengers: to Mr.I Mitt and 1 Mr.I Hilt which represents the human larynx, 1111 II '

the town, which possesses: :so many natural have! been more visitors: in that city this: Ohio, that\ has utilized this! implement I sending;: messengers: in return to the Ambassador. the same right line out through'the mouth. \. '

advantages, and was: in former years, one of winter than ever before, and the hotels ha\e and one! in Illinois, tin-experiment I 'I'h0llrst: proposition was of I general The lips and tongue arc of I India-rubber, and
lend I the lower the
nature1-would I tho Secretary a jaw Is move-able, lidovv
the most attractive and, best: frequented in reaped;golden: ; harvest. It also mentions that was tried last Sunday at the Cumberland, window of his house to the Ambassador'swife laryngeal apparatus, and oIWIIIIJ from the

our section. n visitor crossing: the:St.; Sebastian tlge met Indiana, Presbyterian. Chunh. A microphone ? The reply was of the sumo character. chamber In which it is (' is another

J/art"I31, lying quietly asleep: a largo alligator, but was placed on the pulpit and connected I 51 Ir. llitt would: bo\ delighted. The Amhassador I smaller chamber, about the IIltl and, shape of
Orange Lake.A I, then t preferred II second I rl'll1t-wolIl,1, I lemon from which a pipe curved upwards
that tins victim of confidence
: misplaced traynut by telephones! with the houses of a .
Mr. !lilt lend a whole room ? Mr. Mitt returned allows thcuir Wh'IIlrl'el through toeseuno.
h'afult of rain Saturday night. allowed to. ini-Ii( his nap and depart in number of infirm and a members, who I that he could hardly do that, but he This supplies ,{ the nose to thinstrunu'motamlwarnvalvehoo -

Cotton ami corn up and 1 nourishing.;: peace, )but ruthlessly "slaughtered, with an were thus: enabled to hear distinctly: the entire I would like to know \lIIbaJol-lIIlor'l: rea )omoemi'tabus*

A smaller acreage of('onl11Hl much largerof a.\e. That was!! mistake., He should have I service'- I\III'IJllir andsermou. Many illsI; : t, haven iimYsef friends the sound, of the loiter in, Ill I, to be Iro.IhU'I',1
cotton have been j 1 in this ut the lady to take by the striking;: of the same keys
planted region I
been encouraged to make a free exhibitionas indications point to the probability of the her place nlolltu'm/ 1.11. wife would becharmed which I the H"m"'lf b, and p, are ubtaiued.'ran ; .

this year than usual. one of the attractions of the city.PUVTT wide adoption, of the telephone III churches I to rl'l'l'h't Il'r, The !11I1"tl'r'/ envoy I larynx 1 is, of course, the most: ('01111'

t'\, The will of the! late Col. R. A, Stewart of the! 1'alatka herald, will receive as one of the essential auxiliaries theSun-: returned, with answer that tllt part of tll machine', and to Hcrr '
i has just been contested l and "set, aside ; the I bo impossible.\ The tidy must not be Ml'l'l due the 'lulJTtol of this portion of the
the sympathy of all his! !brethren fur his loss!! day service. bo )box
human : to
hearing of the case occurred in Ocala last |Iy any hl'ilr11;: wan conveyed IHl.IIUI"J.'ihln Illal oblong u
which his own language: only can do justiceto : in / dofd carriage; to Mr. !Ilt'/ larrHW hipiH>-
Till spoxan IYS1Il'lll''floe
week.Messrs.. house, to enter rlsoou, ullli potumus f ono strengthened. by Indiarubberon
: An umbrella .\ poor, lone thing, that I prvntt lt
: Harris and Hammer shipped their particular sponge; for which the Florida end of the show t"I ''11 carriage;: was to one side, produces by its vibrations tin

first: "cukes": :Monday, March[ :22. Tons of hail successfully weathered the rain storms (i-heries is most noted, is! known us"sheep's I(I fetch her homo again. )Ir. Hilt's reply was i speaking tone, which lay be called the
of the past summer without u murmur, but I that the thing;: ('IIIIIIllIot 1 bo done, and this fundamental sound to hostihscqiicntly modilied. -
the famous ollc will wool and is the most extensivelyuntil \
: (! producer" shipped!! :
with many a woeful creek. It is needless to i closed the negotiation. Subsequently! tho I At the will of the operator the pitch
from the lake this year. A large supply bus: l of all sponges, either foreign or domes matter was reopened in an hmf"nnalfricndlyway : I II can be ral'll'.lor lowered I, but lot during;: the
the vicissitudes through which it I I
been ordered for the use of the Orunt delegates say many tic, sold in this market. It constitutes fullyseventylive in his nroasionul meetings with the I II utterance of I worllr, sentence, so that ill '
to the Chicago Convention passed: : bad left their indelible mark It was {lll'r 'ellt. of the product of the I Minister. His Kxcdk-m-y: went so far us to I Ii saying;: "Mariana: or (buucent runs porter I''
; faI'Il-'ottou! wets color 1 and of cotton it I i admit that hl'I'OI.lil'"lirurutlrullur.1 vmtif" (the machine talks French, Herman,
A number of new buildings: will\ soon be }Florida fisheries, and has no substitute excepting : I Italian English: ) the kevnoto remains unaltered ,
was made -it )belonged; to us. We did not I aC'lrl\ll tl I li'
erected the \''''inity of Hickson's land ;: a :Nassau' "sheep's wool," which is klow He would not have to the ('nll In front of the yo meal t
ing. value it so much fur its, intrinsic worth as not of equal quality. Formerly the FloridasjMmgcs I minded 1 lady being seen He wa4 not I chord all luryngeul chamber are ,
for the association it had associated with- much that In the fact of placed l
There is talk of another steamer ; { were so plentiful that only those of i so di"nu'I"lll as stops or tlulllgrllllL. V'rtkaIY.I\11
strong that is to say we were together u great deal. medium and large size: were marketed, the Iil knowing that she was seen It Is not the tl"illl I ho I ClmLh'1
being put on the lake soon, but ut present it is dishonored this I lock but di tie rent in that |1'
On lost Sunday night; it accompanied: 1 its small sizes, which in this quality: of sponge{ : unveiled woman who by (n.1 stop a complex
is imi>o.sMble to tell whether it will end in t I find. a very limited sale, being thrown out ,: terrible revelation of the human countenance machine in itself, having willn, moved
talk or !smoke.! owner to divine service, at the Episcopal: I i IllY the tisheru 'n. Of late years, however but rather the man who owns her- 'by u spring, another stop )by 1l'IUJIC which
Church, and rested its weary ribs against;: a I the supply from the old reefs has been /gradually l i as the Minister put it in the most candid an orifice ut the base is enlarged\ or diminished. -
The Wulluck troupe visited Ocala and delighted panel of the church door, out..ltl'hen the diminishing, and the prices realized way, howa.i hut ohliteulty to be overcome' "j I Hcrr Fabr has takt'l another lJ'rh

1 the Marion county man and his: service it have been such as to tempt the fishermen to ,: He was not n Ktraight-loted man, he was not ,' with nature for IJl'I.ll'pllclr;: the t
wife with operatic burlesque. Since: their proprietor came out after was not, include in their ales everything;: they gathered narrow-nlind(4i, lie was willing t"IIJ4lk t the I I (low the J'ltIr llke convenience,

.departure the festive mosquito has 'got to and the pleasant place knew it no more whether large or mali The buyers other way when people were J""klll ut his j I ho Ia.I l 1m .(: the lum)'x. or,
forever, we are afrall.'e pine for the old and! packers at Key We-st have participated) 1 i unveiled wife. All that he was an i iexcuse Iurc strictly speaking, with one of thcwc
telling;: in measured numbers about his sisters "covering: ," (as there Ii a pnwjtect! of inclement in this indiscriminate marketing, until the ,, for tlt pretense i of seeing nothing I toM he l.tl u somewhat lspilg"' ." or the
Mil cousins and his aunts. He is an I majority of the Florida "sheep's) wool"sqtongcs I II Mr. Mitt .. gixxlfiiough to uuQertzikehis ound "sh" from the '" A small((
weather,) and if the man i in whose of marketable) size- i iI by Krerytldng: I windmill-like arrangement giver the rattlet
industrious and pushing} follow in the Luke are no longer clnvN'"lul ur"rIllellt.
-. 1 ) ; I l>ossesMon it now is (we foe I deep compassion I The medium and large ones, therefore, bring lie said was to bo judged 1 according to tin the letter "r" and u thin iron band '
los NOD.J'irA ''
region. for him), will return it to this otllt-e we I considerably increased 1 price+, while the fctundw| oilt of local usage. If ho, the First notched lln the lower rim in front, tiltingoutside
Jl.TIIK in China' he would, take I the lip, descends to give the
will him for this : small one are more or less loss to the merchant. : Secretary, were cure upper|
not charge anything
;' not I Thse irregular sizes have led to I II : that all the ladies of Ids family weroascloselyveiled i H f" or v" the sound. The-ri' are fourteen

Key West ))7drtteayn : The proof of t I lice.i I frauds in packing it being u common practice I as the Chinese. This, it must be supposed tey* by which sounds are ('utrlIClI{ Striking -

the pudding, is in eating it. Take out your I i TIIEUE Ii much food) for reflection in the with many packers| M tOI' IItf" their 1 was a jrditie I concision to Chinese the first the sound of "atlt'r"

tax r 'Cll't" and 'UllIl'are them with tb'AS4laf: following; .u ge-tion of the lirttte, an to thecoHMquuiots hale. with J1J4'lltizt; ami make up the bulk i. 'u rather limarate1lultsnviellun rm a statement or u delib, i l la produced{ the mouth
I with small( ones. Thus an annoying;: evil but On (the >pen ; another key being struck the lower
four years ago, and see the dilfence in the of Rcpublicanizing; and tjc j ]mat grown into the trade despite the xlrciiuousVll'orts I other, hand Mr. Hilt cnlten'leal were he aChinaman I 1")

amounts, and then ii-ten to the blowing Htrrllttr Africanizing Florida : The colored : of the honest dealers to prevent' I in Iluropv: 1 ,!, where the most exaltni ; )

off" of tho.se ]Mititioul fellows who have not |opuation! of the Southern :States see-in to it ; but still more serious results si'em to :: ladies. were Jluhtualy unveiled, he would teurly! closes the month and the sound of"u"mot"wnYeuoent"isenmittt'ol

ai'l even the poll-tax since ='aicsIemonlscruxseal have beanie thoroughly I seized: with the I promise, for the future, in the entire exhaustion : make it u |1"llt Ir hOlur to conform to thufusage. l The other
l sounds the
of these fisheries, which have hitherto ('nivenathunomoarsatfrequcmotlyGNk vuwtl and cunsnal1 are pnvhiced -
the Rubicon mountains, and :'Nai o-. spirit of exodus. The main trouble} seems I afforded' the field for an imj>ortont industry j jIt .fl.It Presidential i tlt'rmlulfltl by the use of diaphragms in the

II (JII the threat went over the crater of' Yeuius t<, be to find a dimate and circumstance as Ls evident that the constant: scouring of j and) the Secretary was not without & telling arnyx with: the mouth in the second tor

>' in an open boat. well adapted. to their nature,and condition :I'I the reef will have the same elftx upon them j II III casein j>oint in the presc-nev of the wife of thlrll"jlt"n.-I./ Time"T *.



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1J11W8, STATI: MMS. as t these Southern States, especially I those 1 1I I that would occur to oyster }tads if they wero the President of t the French He-public' fit :

.P}.... Hcliold the fowls of the air,"-':.Sen non I bordering. the Gulf The rigor of a cold : !constantly divdirod) of upon game preserves these' entertain" motifs.pretend You wil) hardly
f bu the :Mount Tim : .)\Ilh Florida Republican pat: +crsPro. if they wero nut protected for 1'l'rtHillpcrl"tI( I ,. l, he soul to his (' ( fril'l.I,
climate i is almost death to the
frosty :
i| I that wife i is of
each: year from theratagcsof thespurtsntut.Not your a more c all.,1 t
sent the name of 11. O. Locke for Congress, lm.i.
Oh, ye angels 1 this jour railing, negro, while the hot sun and a warm sultry only arc all of the largo! sponges' taken, I tioii than :Mint La PrcsSdente t \ '
Hencdiotions letting falling and say nothing 0hout Uisbce. climate' is a comparative heaven to him I but the smallest: t growth is: not safe from thelishcnnan's 111'1' she shows her face to all lie world\ with
: Tun railroad ofTioials at Jacksonville report become again : : tongs, and t onco removed from the slightest dishonor to h""hI1"
With : : Now let one of those :states; :
your melody ; much I its: bhis jrood' insure' its being marketed Tho noble envoy pondered. those IC.
Music-waters[ that three or four times as freightis I thoroughly Kcpuhlicaimed especially Florida I'
flowing hy, despite its I'lItnl'nal \worthlessnoss!' lir1L Is imitative'or I"thI lie has come
5 Streams e !spring i is in the sky, brought in by railroad came last season.Most and. these now'restloss masses would commercial purpose's.: is a question whether : to h'ar. and presence of his: wife at last 1

r Kivers: on your (rour:'! singing, : [ of it is from the West.THK t. I mo\e clown upon her like a besom of destruction. any moans can he adopted. to prevent, this I week's fete was 1 sign i of his conversion.
I ,k'llr.udiolIIflhe. ypomre\ supply. Certainly' i; Still the old l Ilel:; was: strong in him, and
To this world ': number of orangesshipped from Tampa Her !soil and climate will produce I
: worn ever bringing | the h'4hl'rlllllin divdning- them eannotdiscriminate it wns flnntl 11'1' him look the other way,
( Sweetest lullaby, December and January, is stated by the I sweet-potatoes for the dropping: a piece of "1'I'I'l'ltht' largo and thesmallgrowths. !, xo as not to incur the disgrace involved. in

toothing sorrow, bringing rest I Tribune/ at about !SW.OOO, and from ClearWater I the vine itlnu+st. Her lakes, rivers and! pondsabound In the Mediterranean: fisheries the knowledge of her l proscm-o.' Ono corner

: To the heart with care opprcst; : I during DoccmborkliOOOi( ). i in\ lieu l :: and! her swamps\ lagoons where the sponge gatherer dives for, his treasures I of an almond eve was fixed on'alaHV., the I
; ho might, jHissihly: bo more discriminating other was watching tho wife to soo that she
t T Who your minstrelsy inspires! ? THK': I Key West Dispatch flics at it-shead: the I and forests t in opossums anti ('OOIl!'. Now but that is out of the question: in the did tint tum"ll as she walked about the

,- Who instructs your holy choirs? name of John Sherman, and makes somegrave here i is indued nn almost hea\enly home for mechanical processes, : employed on the Florida rnlms. The result must have 111'1 far more .
: root's. It has boon Migue'Mcd: that if the reassuring than the Ambassador: : expecte'd.Nothing .
i Who attunes your cherub I lyres ? charges against General! Grant's: administration Culloe, if the politics should bo just right, ,
; undersized: spomie's: 1 brought up I by tho t toojsworo IwppI'Iwl! China was not soandal-:
t Oh, ye angels! whence your calling, from point of and let, t this latter consideration be clVectcd \ I Tho" i
a Republican ,promptly' returned to I tl+o \\'ah'r. their Ize'd, 11"1": Wlllot C'oll\'ul"I1 sightof (
Hem-dictions, letting falling view. and down he will chute in hordes. Under growth might; I'ontinuo and thus the product Chil':4l: 1 hl'aut lUIIII.np.f

; From each forest bough ? THE': orange trees: in Polk county are put such a state of things: let us ask our new settlers of tho( roofs WOIII.1IH''I"t' ,) pointing She was very :\. :
after of not know whether the growth of the spongeis reverse' : according to your WIof looking at ,
i Yet not from the ting on a heavy of fruit. Another correspondent whose orange groves! years patient the
ye arc sky, crop i dostroye'd when it is detached from the it. I have hoard t most contradictory:
Ye have homes: to mine hard-by says he has l'l'1'in's two years' toil :and waiting, are just 1 beginning: to boil, or not; but the' best 1 information obtainable verdicts from different pe'oph'. Her olive #

And in toil with me ye vie. old growing, blooming and bearing ; ha.s come into profitable' bearing, what they sii'je.st.s; that it has great vitality tout I'kll was coveivd with powder, laid on IKS
that if returned to its natural: clement so thickly as if were a face at pantomime :
I would then be worth ? A state fair andbeautiful : i I'lown'l
okra old.
feet two
1 Rising soon as early grey twenty-two high years .
:soon as its undesirable. was +discovered it time She toddled about the "room .
f Tells!: the coming of the day ;jI THE Union, in an able article, combats the as ours and grand in her future might;; again i tuiheretotherachsundeuntinnt' t I i 1 for a short time on her poor mutilated foot

Working on till even light idea contained in the April number of the prospects blighted by an indolent, thriftless its development. If this bo )practicable" it I and then went home', 'nei doubt tti dream of

f (:Jives its place to gathering night ; north American! AVnVic, that the Southern and! ignorant population, swarming: in all might indioati' a moans: by which thospongoroofs what the :sun and moon and the morning !
localities where a bare subsidence! might, bepicked could bo protected 1. 'in any event, till! ln1 would say the noxt day: on this awful
On your daily duty bent, pulpit was mainly devoted to the wluitepup- ; subject worth government investigation i i 1 innovation of ill t tho C't 1 fli\: : proprieties.I'uroposaid i .
Yet in mood of sweet content; ulation, and that no attention was paid to up with the (least effort, would bo a with!. a view to determining: what, If any' re l nothing, :but .said trimlrMr, and.

]llising ever and anon the spiritual needs of the colored race. !IlIl1'idurl"11111: / yet it is not overwrought., strictions can bo placed l upon, tho gatheringand : lll' wont on in the usual way' Tho great
Into fresh and fresher \v'l.l'IU\l1'IIg'l'rl'llt'dion it, and if re- sale of !spMigos: with n view: to preventing I. anxiety of the Minister: he-re Is to do as the ,
i song, TIIKUE were in Pcimcola! harbor on the the utter destruction what is now an I. to follow the. immemorial customs.Sitting ,
1I1'1'll'll111'01l we feel assured as to the result.:
So almost deceiving me 23d eighty-two square: -ritgt't: vessols and important domestic industry. at .dinner the other ..lhI was observed
That ye might small angels be : to elo precisely what : lolH by tho
eight schooncrs,1111 of heavy tonnage. Thirteen (7iX'IIt:1L 'X'l'ln..l.UU\'m J
who sat next to him Ho ate of
I :
Oh, ye toilers of the earth, .1 CiI/1'iSlll/ti1T1' U'IUIS.I jl'lItl'I:1
of these vessels were of upwards of urerisclythr same proportions .
Tell me, tell me whence your mirth I l.ooO\ tons },urlll'II'e hope to we the time SEVEN': deaths from yellow fcverat Havana: PVKIS, February: 11.-The* last: ball at the l"hl'II wlll the other asked the servant -

the Hoard of Health for the F.lyseV marked an epoch in F.astcrn: : civiliza\ of bread ho made to
\ Thus one made to me reply, when our noble harbor will bo graced with are reported to fill a piece ( a sign

: Puintinglpwari :-I to the sky : splendid: an week ending; March l.'i: and the disease i.s: increasing. tion.\ The wife of the Chinese Ambassador have broad too. Thl'lllrOpllll--IOlllhill:
array nppe'iircd I there for the first unveiled in of an amateur in pe\'lail-at Il'nJtl tlr11"l
"There my fellowworker, there THE Sun and Press throws a wet blanketon one* of the Ih'!< plal'I, just 11' the
t. I am taught to leave my care; the Republican} municipal ticket, and IN digging: a well near BirlHill ham, Ala., any Knropcan: : assembly'. .\ little woman: of the fabric. 11 Chinl'4t Minister '

From all anxious thoughts I'm free, gives good reasons: why it should not be supported it is said, an oil well was opened. delivering with her hair pla"ll'rl'tlltowl\' the sides of immediately did the saute.-,1', )1'. UWI'AIlKIt'S /

For the Father cams for me." but winds up with the single reason ninety barrels a day. Of course it is unnecessary a whitewashe'd face, was :-1"1'1"lillkrll In\ }
I And there came this sudden thought, why it should that it is a regular nomina to add that the wildest, excitement the gaslight as bats are said to blink In the 1
the "
sun. She* totte-rod through I rooms on : : > '
Thus it was: that Jesus taught tion. Well\ that leaves it }pretty well open prevails.A her small: mutilated foot, wondering; even A machine with which u remarkably close
Taught that all the fever-caring, than she wondered at. Never bo-
for every one to vote as he pleases. Rtlnaishal..t\tmutwhokeepsupwards: : more was imitation of human bo
Speech can produced,
fore in ('h hi"tllrIlILlt the wife of a
( Which man life is wearing
away Tin: Florida Uniun says the Freednmn's of t 1,0(10)( hens' has for Ii yey'urs mail.: '(1neach: high olllci.il: boon' seen even by her\ 1111l'ollllln'IIIt'II has "el'l brought to this country by the inventor

; All hi.s: fear of watit ami. death, Hank building in that city was sold on the an annual: profit of $1.15, which does: nut, much loss by the: fore-ignor. I Herr Fahcr, and ('xhiih'tl to the Ii

Is but simple lack of faith. L'oth to Col. L. W. Sj.ratt, for the sum of seem much of a profit, but it amounts t t.), "American may: take credit. for the (-,,11- Physie'.il Society ami privately, for closer t,
version of His Kx'oi-llonoy: to I common :sense.
found The building is three l building $1,151)11cr' annum, which is more. than many'a : : '
So I their angel calling, $15,500. story "'h'IIIir.t: thoChlne'se Ambassador: I'allll'IIt'n'll cxanunatlon: of Its: mechanism, to several J

Felt their benedictions falling: : about fifty feet square, of brick, and I makes"on) a $5.000( ) farm. :4 wifo lived in the Strictest se'clnsioii.Ho wclNkiiown sele-ntilic( men It opens: up an

Opening my blind. 'C.1 to seeR substantially built The price i is considered A VKUMOXT: paper: says the maple sugar;; made: n great step] even in bringing her, entirely t i dilie-rout sot of qucstiotia from t thosesuggested ) r,
heaven's fair it is said l have but ho' could go no further than that. ThoFrcnehmon ; : by the 1 performance's of the phonograph
from should to
care care free, a very one, although manufacturers get from two and a half to
tail! she. had, boe-n packet I I for merely produces sounds,
And how man draw from thence cost: $:SOOlJ, : when built in 1S70.THK four of to the tree The whltl
may pounds sugar crop the journey\ in a trunk dmlble-lockt'd. Hut uttered by hlllll voice. This: talking I :
Gladness: and sweet con: lidence. ': correspondent of the JacksonvilleUniun of the :state was about !),00lt,000+ pounds in to all appe-arane-e; : the Minister[ never opened Illachilu'wi give* intelligible utterances: : f ''i'i1.ror

Sunday J1uga;;iac. H. W. fl.rosTAL from this place says the Hcpublican It'* 7S, and, worth $;IIIOUO. A great sum of 111-11,11"-1. for his h precious\ commodity of asutalld'uott.t U.tld according to the words, ,. 4
lady l did not come light to the Ideas operator. The machine
County Convention: all fixed up by the money to draw out of Vermont Hap. Hut at length 1 at t the great fete of the republic is the product of the continuous! labor and
C IlUI comtKsi'oxitEXcr..
custom-house!' ring of the party, and all thedcleatell THE. Kmpcror William of Prussia: has just\ t two years ago: t feminine* curiosity )prove'il study I of two 11'llhl'l of the same family.It i I I

St.'tal'II'H.. ; were apjiointcd to suit the ideas ofCollector celchratealhiscightythir\ : +birthday., He has too strong for national prejudice'. and a rap| was' begun in 1815., by one Joseph Fabe'r
was hoard. from the inside of tin trunk. It and so Iii JI II"I Tt rl I in that was exhibited -
_. The usual annual Meeting of Citizens: for Ho\\ell. They arc all coloredand witnessed some of the most stirring events in was i Mine. FAmhassadrieo; giving; it to be in that year to tl ISI log i Havariu.. I t

the purpose! of nominating Mayor: [ and it does seem as if there should be sonic one i 1'lIrol'l'Ulhislor: '. Napoleon's/ rise and fall: understood that she would like to come out Thc originator, dying, beque'athed. the machine '

Alderman. for the ensuing year, has jll"t at least to represent' the\ plain portion of the ol'l'lHrl'lllllIrillg' his youth, and I he' has seen and. see I the! ", ho\\'. Such a re,hneiusbtuul!'! not to his nophovv, tho present: owner, also
to he refused by n considerate! and named Faber who had he-en
Joseph 1..ol.i111.1 -
been held, the candidates: : being the present party.A his: country raised: from a fnurth-rate province .
till Ambassador: asked II friend to give his with h 11111COII'4tru.tioll.I and since
1 Incumbent, the Hon. Judge Anise, andMr. ('Olml'Iro W.ST of the Xutitand Tribune to the! front rank of the powers of wife u window e'omm.'inding: n view of thoproeession. 1l''all' his I [l'lr' 11:4ILIII:4t

I K.: MaeWhirter.. On the vote being says: : A few workmen from the Elgin watch Kurope. And yet for many years he has: Tho friend was Mr, Hilt, FirstI'I'rdllrr doubled its powers of III'Ii'ul \tiol.

taken the former was nominated by acclamation factory and others have !sent' an agent to this stood in the shadow of a much greater man of the American Legation in Paris chief points of interest has for
nl"llIt present in the absence of (General the physicist, the and. it bouilded
and' selected by u large majority. }phuv (LDIOSI1ill..IHTI! county), and have than himself; Itisniarck' the brains of the Noye-s: charge d'alliiircs. Mr. Hitt live-sin: the philologist, lie in the results: may obtained .

This: result: :should }prove! not only very gratifying bought 1,000; acres of land, and twelve tractsof Prussian monarchy, and by a sort of natural I the Champs' KlyseV: !! and his windows, consequently from the ingenious contrivances by t

to Judge Arnow, in whom his: fcllovv- land have been cleared and fenced. and compensation, the subject has attained a commanded a view of the wolo fun which the functions of tho' flexible and mobile 1
of the lair He expressed'I his wlllingness nrgnusof the voice'are The
citizens: have reposed} : same trust on so( about 10,000 orange and lemon trees: have wider reputation and is: far better known to '\porfevt performed.
: to e-omply\ with the Minister's reiincst. rinclpal features. of the machine an, to j ,
many uCIa"iollhuvlllg selected him for been planted out, and that within three the world than his imperial [muster.THK \ Tho who\'"Matter, I should 1'111wall {ogln wih. the bellows. from which the all

Mayor I no less: than six tlmow during the years 1,500 other t trees have been planted: on West seems to be quite ahead of the discussed i us solemnly: a treaty, nut between is considerable but vary ing force',
eleven other tracts them. the principals'" themselves' but botweeu by moans of a 'flit' air passein:
past: ten years, but should stimulate (him to near pI'eallon'r
Fast: in the of the (
adoption telephone} or religious
intermediaries, the Alllha ador sending a hlrlIJtul"tr'lu h a small chamber: ,
Iuereasedexertion Yfurthe improvement} of THE :St.; Augustine; I'm says that there ; imrpose-s.. \ : Besides: the church in messengers: (to Mr. )Hitt ami :\it r. Hitt which represents the human' : larynx, ami In I

the town, which }possesses: .mi many natural have been 1""l'l''i itllri: in that city this Columbus, Ohio, that has utilized this implement sending messengers! in return to the Ambassador. the Name: right line out through the mouth.The .

advantages, and was, in former years, one of winter than ever before, and l the hotels have.reupeaingullrmiharvest and one in Illinois I tin-experiment | : Tim first proposition was of a general lips! and tongue are of India-rubber, amid]
} would the Sre-retarv !lend tho 'lower I Is the
nature a jaw move-able. Below .
the most attractive and} best: frequented in ; It also mentions that
: : tried last at the Cumberland
was Sunday I Ambassador'swife
window of his house' to thc laryngcal apparatus, ali opening from the
our section t, $ a visitor,; crussiugthcSt.:; Sebastian!' bridge met! Indiana, Presbyterian: : Church .\ microphone ? The! rl'l'h'11'4 of the namo character.Mr. : chamber in which it is contained, is another '

Marrh 31. I lying quietly a:>lccp a large alligator, but was placed on the pulpit and connccted I Hitt would: \be! tie-lighted. The Ambassador !- smaller chamber, about the size and shapeof I-I

Orange Lake.A that this: \'iltim"f mi.spluccd confidence was: } with the houses of t theiiproferred III "se-oond I request, -would. I Il'IJH from which a pipe curved upwards
by telephones: : a
heavy fall of rain Saturday night. Mr. !lilt lend, a whole room ? Mr Hilt returned allows Iliealr when driven through to(- .
not allowed to finish his nap and depart in number of infirm and nl'll11cmlll'rll: who I I that he could hardly do that, but he supplies the place II' the nose to :411'1"'hi ; ,

f'ottollnn'I'ornII'} and flourishing. peace, but ruthlessly slaughtered with on were thus enabled to hear' distinctly: the en- I would like to know Ambassador's reasons l strumciit and wlll'l valve Is o|>encd enable; *

A smaller acreage of com and much largerof axe That was u mi.stuke. He should have lire service1-organ, choir iindscrmon. Many ; he was going to havca party of friends the sound of the letter II, and n, to 'be produced .
his house and if tho chose to take by the of the with
cotton have been planted: in this region lady striking same keys
been encouraged to make free exhibitionas
this than usual,; a indications: }point to the probability of the her place among them his wife would 1'0chuml,1 which the sounds of h, mil p, are obtained.Tho .
year one of the attractions of the city vide adoption' of the telephone! in churchesas to receive her The Minister's envoy larynx is, of e-oiirso, the most ('
The will of the! late Col. It. A. Stewart returned with that that would of the machine and to Herr 01111'l
:t PRVTT, of the Palatka llrralil, will receive one of the essential auxiliaries of thcSun- al'l\'r part ,
1 has jiiit been contested and set aside ; the I I bo'imposxiblo. The lady must not be seen tine the elaboration of this: portion of the
the sympathy of all his brethren for his: loss! day service.THK.
hearing of the case occurred in Ocala lost I |Iy any human being. She was to be conveyed mhali"l.'itln a small oblong box, u j
week which leis own language< only can do justice SWiXOK I'ltillKlt*. i in 1 clo-ed carriage to Mr. Hit'l IInr.w nIJ') (. ly thin strip of hippopotamus
to : An umbrella A poor, lone thing, that house, to enter a I'rvatl room, and tt tla r'OII Htrl'lItlwllIII)' Indiarubberon :
Messrs. Harris and Hammer shipped their hail the rain storms The i particular spume' ; for which the! )Florida I I end of the slow til f'JI'.1. carriage was to i one wide, prod nee'*: by its vibrations the

first: "l'uklIollllar, March: ?: :. Tons of successfullyweathered: fisheries is most noted. ill known as I fetch her homo again. ( !Hit'l roply was i speaking tone, which may bo calletl the
of the }past, summer without a murmur, but that the thing could not 1 bo and this fundamental sound to noshlieu.
the famous colic producer" will besh'ipj, "hhoe-p'ii wool," and. is the most: extensivelyused ( In-subsequently
with many a woeful creek. It is: needles to closed the* I Igotia ti 01. Subsequently! tho I At the will of the operator the pitch
from the lake this year. A large supply has the vicissitude' through which it of all sponge, either foreign or domestic I matter was reope-ne-d l in an in formal, friendly I can Io raised or lowere-d,, but not during the
been ordered for the use of the Grant delegates say many 1'111,1111 this market. It constitutes fully : way in Ids occasional meetings with the' utt'ruU of a word or wentcnee, so that in ; ',
to the Chicago Convention, passed: had left their indelible mark. It was seventy-live 1'1'j' rent of the product of the Minister. His Kxcellency: went so far as to i I Maying (lrll1uu," or .(im meat foes fturlet (!
faded-cotton wa !it.s color, and of cotton it admit that his conditions were rather absurdaccording ) riles!! (the machine talks French, German,
A number of will bo fisheries and has substitute
new : soon Florida : no except i !
was made -it belonged! ; to us.! We did not to Kurojican: notions, and ho did Italian or i Knglish: ) the keynote rl'lllnl unaltered
erected in the Unity of Hickson's( Land ing a Nassau "fbeep's wool," which is I not know what to do.I !He would not haveulindtsl to the mil. In front of the vocalchord I
value it much for its intrinsic worth
ing. so : as not of equal quality. Formerly the Florida I the lady beiii'4 seen He wa4 lot I and within the laryngeal chamber are ,

There N" strong talk of another steamer for the association ; it hail associated with- IoJWI/1l'i] were so plentiful that only thoe of ,i so IUdlll"nUc.lln; that as in the fact of shirt or dia'digram, plaee-d Vrkaly. and
that is: to say we were together u great deal. i medium and lure size were marketed( the his knowing tlut \\'U' HI'C'I, It I is not tilt rising and l falling like the tlmLh'1
being put on the lake noon, but at present it On lo>t Sunday. night; it aexoiiipaiiied its small size, which in this quality of bponge; (,: unveiled WOJll who is di'4hllortl by thisterrible I lock but ditli-rent in that each stop I.ueomplex -
is impossible to tell whether it will end in i find a very limited sale, being thrown out i, revelation of tho human eountenance machine in itself, having within, moved
talk or smoke. owner to divine service, at the KpitcopulChurch : by the tbla rllwu. Of late years, however, I but rather ttl man who mvns heras "by a spring, another Mop by means of whichan
The Wullack 'i..itl,10I1a and delighted and rested its weary ribs against a the MUpply front the old reefs has been gradually 1 i the Minister it in the most candid orifice at the base is enlarged or diminished.
troupe \ panel of the church IlootoUbide. When the diminishing and the prices realized way, how was that dillioulty to be overcome? i Herr Faber has taken another )liberty
: the Marion county man and Iii He Wt" he was not with nature, for placing the nest )IK--
proprietor came out, af'cr service, it was not have been! Much as b) tempt the fishermen to | was Itral l.la.I'l..llan. Ll':4i.ll' t
wife with operatic burles-que. Since their } include in their ales everything they gathered IUNw-"iw.I. be WI. to look the low til mouth for the safe of convenicne-f,
departure the festive mosquito has 'pit to and the pleasant place knew it no more i whether large or mnall. The buyersand other way when people were looking at hi* I he )has placed the tet-th in the larnyx, or,
his forever, we are afraid. We pine for the old packer* at Key West have particijuted ', unveiled wife All that lie wanted was an j jexcuse I more strictly shaking, wihle of, these
telling in measured numbers about sisters i
cove-ring," (a.s: there is a prospect of inclement in this indiscriminate marketing, until the ,: for the pre-teme of he-elng Iwthhl;{. *staler| he gets a somewhat 1> "I" or the t
his contains and his aunts. He Is an I 'j majority of the Florida "ulni-p's wool" i Mr. Mitt was then good enough to undertake Mound "nh" from the madlile. A mnall
weather i if in
and the whose
industrious and }pushing fellow in the I lake 1 ,) man ; ?[H>ngcs are no longer of marketable I>ue-. :, Ids conversion by argument. I'::very I whllui.like arrangement given the rattle
; ) region. I>ox Xoi I possession it now is (we (l'.I" deep ('l'lnl'u."i"iun -- I I The! medium and large dues, there-fore, bring be lai.l was to he judged according. to the 'huIIt'r "r" ami a thin iron band, '

for }him), will return it to this otitce we I considerably increased prices, while the .tallill/int of local lI"It. If he, the )'i1t i j lower rim in front, fitting
Jl nth d t. I will not charge him anything for this notice j: small omit are more or lass "IONS to the userchant. were in China, lit would take* care I i I outside the upper lip deM-emls to give the
I Th ..te irregular sizes have led to I that all the ladies, of his family wercascloselyveiled ,: "f"ar"v"thesauu+1. There are f..urh'1
THE KeyVtst |ulrttesavr, : The pron'If! I i fraud iu packing, It being a commuii pracI I as the ChiJ7. This, it must be up- | key by which sounds are ('utrulc,1 Striking
the pudding+ is in fating it. Take out your I THEUE is mud food for reflection !in the tice with many Jlill'kt'1'II i to "top otf" ibeir t j>o;ed, was a |r,Iitic concession to Chinese the first the tu.llu. ( athtr t

tax rta-eipts and com jure them with tlneseuf following suggestion of the Hretie, as to thecuult9ileuetl hale with Wllill *izi-H, and make up the bulk prejudice rattier than 1 Mtatement or a dulib- '! Is produced, the mouth remaining wide !
Ifour I evil conviction, but let it On the another key being struck the lower
crate I
with fcinall ones. Thus an annoying pass. open ;
and the Hence in the lit
years ago, fet-e! t Itcpublicanizing( and ttnectuitttf i has grown into the trade despite th'e utreouoijsVll' '' other hand, Mr. Hilt contended were lie 1 I jaw rises awl the sound of the "u" in 'h 1iwl"l 1
amount, and then listen to the blowing I IIff" Africanizing Florida! : The coloredMipulation > .'rW of the lioncxt dealers to preventit Chinaman in Kurope: where the most exalt. given ; a third key move-salover which

( of tho.se jtolitioal fellow,* who have not i ( of the Southern States seems to ; but still more Keriou results oee-m to+ : ''llalC, were habitually unveiled, he would I d'J'the mouth and the sound "f"u"

paid even the jxtll-tax t inoe XkuI"I1u'i have Iteoonie thoroughly; seized with the' promise for the futurein the entire ehauttioii |">int of honor "to ('IIf.r'l to that* In'"mnycnlent"Ltetnitteti. The uthrr
I of these fisheries which have hitherto ma; e. These ( Jvtllti..n!taunt frequentlytook vowel sounds and the ('JSlmant are I.rt.
l"rUi''Ct1 the Huliievin mountains, and :\al" spirit of exodus. The main trouble ,
the the of the in thelarnyx
afforded the field for an importoiit) industry i i.laeeat l'n.IIlutiallltcrmhl 1""U, dll'eIIIY use diaphragms:
leon the Grait 4 went over the crater of Ve.u. j t>> lx to find a climate and circumstance* a,' It Is evident that the constant ttcouriiig of and the (''r.tr'was. not without a telling with the mouth in the second, or

>'iu* in an I'loen[ bout well a.1 lap to 1 to their nature .and condition the ret-tt will have the same effect upon them It (.o in jMjint presence( the wife of third jiositioii.- .o/i



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FLORIDA MIRROR.SATUIWAY who shall be the Presidential] nominee. All "acknowledge! the receipt from Senator AX OIU) IXAX<:T.

the conventions which follow tte're Call of of bills introduced) him ORDAINED: IlY THE COMMON) = l'O. II'\'Y
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A 'Hn S ISSrt.Cnrrcfpondents make-believe ; what the are to do t is cut and one for the relief of John S. Sammis ; one ,l) Councilor the City of }o'.rnanelinaF. : J./

;-_---.. -- -, ..- -- _--__..'".. dried, ; they are mere puppets in the hands:! for the relief of sureties! of )Felix Livingston, :-; ('. I. That for the purpose Government of defrayingthe \ c OFFERS:

( and Vcrton* liarinff l 1/11"11.11/! .ofthe-ir' manipulators. A few angular people nnd the third amending the homestead: law following expenses appropriations of the City are hereby tll:th\\

with this paper will jilrnfc direct to FLORIDA may l prove restive and work off their which is! ns follows'! : from the 'ollcl'tioHl of taxes forthe \carl 11'I\ !>: 000.000'r("

MtnnoR, Fcrnnwlinn!; FI" dissatisfaction in harmless<::01 .speech, but the A Dill for the relief of homestead settler For sanitary purpose.' ".$>:!!,1MMIIM'( ) ( ) I

machine i is not disturbed on the public lands of the 1 t'1It'ftItat'I.! : For City Ol'llccK salaries: l2iMmOf : Or the most!
)lice rent stationery nnd fuel... '
lie it rniirtrd nnd !
bytlif Srniite( Jl- .
However niudi be Thus, in point of fact, !Oil far as one of our ] material At'( 'l('IssiltLi.1x1):: : : ) DF.SIRAIILKLVXps .: : : :
J. we may lntoi Xt: >d in rfmitntiien of the t'nitrd Stntrn, nf .1,,,,'rim in For cost of street lamps\ ,
l general (State affairs, there I is no question t great political parties' If: concerned! its two or CwiyrrM "iwinlilrd', That whenever any person for' lighting the same. IOON( ) ) .AS'f.1'riOF'
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Allowances fur taxes
which to than the three millions:' of voters are represented: and shall have made an entry of a (homestead unpaid "
comes nearer us
proper the lands under the homestead Incidental expense: including legal
administration of our city government.; t. Our) absolutely controlled/ by two men, neither milt laws'!, and shall! have: entered upon and disbursements, Mfi'H.( .: -: FLORIDA) : ,

beautiful city has just entered upon a new of them very exalted' but what they ('(11in/ occupied and cultivated the hind for five For roads: and brl.Il'1"! : :\ "' '1M)*

career of progress and development. If we New England: smart men. years\, the title to the wild land shall/ vest in .f.'!::'> -t"fi(; !HiSKC. ; At only !*l.,'." per acre to new settlers, with

arc wise and united The wide variance of opinion ill the, ..Democratic ) the! !said settler, or his heirs or representatives' : !; : 2. ale it further ordained, .jjllt; for the privilege of selection in parcels of III
as a community, we can party as to who !shall be the candidate : and hatl he complete. and perfect on the payment' of! the aforesaid! l appropriations' acres or more. These:: lands! are located onnnd
do much to advance the interests: of our tv. the termination of this said five years! nf oc the :stunt of sue per ,'IIt. I'e' levied and ,'ul-
One of the first questions which: intt'rcsts'astranger shows there are no !such lordly dictators ('upalion1111 cultivation, and a patent for Il't'tl'cllli'on the asssed! valuation of tIll'taxahll'l'rl'IIl'rh' adjacent) to the line of theATLANTIC
and a free discussion i is:! going on all the same shall be granted hth: (' United ofthi"l City, and one-half
desirous: of making an investment il'U''E]) : T INDIA
along the line, hut very noticeably) the candidates States at any time when/ such proof shall be (le-asteif the aforesaid tax 'or h'hal1: be ,
here is the local government. Can he rely named are men of the highest char made : 1'roildrd:; That every such homestead payable in currency of the t'nitcd :StatesGovcnrmcnt. TRANSIT:; CO.'S:; R. U.,

i upon protection of person and property ? acter.It settler shall make proof of"stub entry, occupation ( .
Can he feel assurance that under the power, is very evident that the question of men, nnd settlement within ninety days :Sw. ;a.? The Collector of Taxes for this city extending from: FKRNANDINA on the Atlantic -
conferred on the city that his is subsidiary to that of carrying out the constitutional after notice shall be served on such settler I is ordered to rewire: (when tendered in payment to CKDAR: hi:1'mn: the Gulf ,'oa..tl
f f' government portion of our government, ami by the Commissioner of the General Land of the above}, taxany) outstanding
property wtll'not be depreciated by wasteful t that, what we all wish is, for President, the (,met', and such proof, shall be made before scrip or warrants upon the Treasury. of; the thus affording. to the producer( cheap, constant

expenditure, debts, bonds and mismanage bestt Democrat]) we can get, and for VicePresident the register< of the land-ollice nearest to such city t for one half the amount of tax due or and I rapid transportation to the ,best

ment. If, upon inquiry, he finds that the the next best h.'lIIo'rntwe11tI get. homestead settler; but such proof may also payable: }, by any person so tendering pay markets.
be made t under the I direction of the Commissioner of but bonds
incuts tax. no : or coupons upon The belt of country traversed by the Transit
and aldermen intelli
mayor represent the TIIE.XI it 1LI ILK O.ID.We of the General Land Office) before any bond I or coupons detached t from any bnnds
Jt'llcellld property of the community, that are glad to observe in our exchanges judicial officer! of the Tinted States or of the that have heretofore been i issued !shall be received It. R. embraces!'

they are men highly esteemed\ in the private such a gl'lIeruJ'rt'eognltioll of the importanceof State where such land is! situated. in payment of any tax. E1'YlUETY:!: OF[ SOILto .
SET. 4. The Collector shall proceed to
relations of life that administer their
railroad from Jacksonville
new to C'ollc-e'tion' of taxes'' under this ordinance on
t THE Union; "The Mirror :
: nays : explains
own affairs with and discretion' he be found in the State, a large proportion
)prudence Fernandina.A that the Fernandina Jacksonville Railroad : April' 2, 1O} : at which time the taxes! loviedns
\ will feel confidence in rusting' his lot withus. mere glance at the map and a knowledge is to be built in the interest of that city !\ aforesaid !shall he due, and shall cause a being' peculiarly adapted to the culture' of

This city cannot afford to be careless in of the fact that it will substitute\ a line and this. This is a very clear/ proposition.. notice of !such: collcetion/ of taxes' to be, h published :SLMI-TKOPICM.; FnriTsnnd Knrly: Vegetables,
The Transit road ought to have been constructed in some newspaper: of the city ten
its affairs it needs its best Hodics Thnltr/
municipal at and The C'omjinct nf
men large,
; of only twenty-five miles in place of sixtyfive via Jacksonville at first, if it had, days prior to April :2!, 1*,'\\O.
the helm. Every man, without reference to will show its necessity and importance. Fernandina would have been far in advanceof :SM5.; I lie it.further ordained, That all/ make these\ lands worthy of C.t Ilia' JL 7'A"AMIXAT1OX : .

party names and associations!' should feel The Savannah and .Jtlck oonville papers what she now is and this city would have collection\ of taxes! for city purposes! is suspended by manufacturers of LI-MBEII! :
been benefited. Let the until April :2!, 18SO.SKC .
equally interested in placing the affairs of correspondingly AND< NAVAL STORKS.NFAV.
have full notices
given quite !' of its
PUfI'Ol'und \ good work go on-we can't have too many : -. 0.i The Collector of Taxes shall on or
the city in good, order. If the ticket headed of the parties who arc most interestedin railroads for the publicgood.' Some of them before April :2!, 1HW, furnish to the Treasurer! :SKTTLKRS .

by Mr. Brovvnson should be elected, as we it. The Savannah .\ew, of the iWth thus: may not pay those\ who build them, but they of the city a list! of all persons! who have

have every confidence it will be, it will give speaks] of the proposed road :' will pay the public." paid tax for the year I$jl.! which list\ shall Purchasing land from this: company nre furnished -

assurance of good management in all the Within the last few days Fernandina Yes! that I is exactly the idea. Railroads:!, contain the of the names property of such which persons. such, u person description with cntirc free paminc on the Transit -

city's financal, sanitary and general interests. and Jacksonville Railroad Company' have steamers and all facilities for travel, benefit has paid tax, the amount and characterof Railroad for family and personal effect

If they fail to do their duty let the hand of been, duly incorporated under the laws of the country generally and any local jealousies scrip received from such person' in payluent to the station nearest t the land purchased.TITLK .
( the State, but ]hardly anyone except those of tax and the amount (if ) of
impartial criticism hold them to account It interested of or rivalries are uncalled for. Let any : COMPLKTK:, being, derived by
were aware any movements for received from such in payment -
money person
Q (is always difficult to get good men to lie the organization of such an enterprise. every city and town promote every enterprise of tax, anti the Treasurer of the city is grant from the United! States and i ur-base

willing to serve in such positions ; but it is However, since all the preliminaries lire which promises to help the state where hereby ordered to set apart one-third of from the State of Florida.CORRKSPONDKNCK.
I the highest duty of patriotism to select nnd now arranged, it is: proper'\, and will bo of ever located. all money nnd scrip heretofore paid in for
interest to submit the scheme to the public. said tax of 187! which tltoneulltl !'l.rip'o ]: = : :SOL1C1TKD.Descriptve .
k Pouch We trust that the importance
( 4 uphold men. A glance at the will show that along shall
map COItf ESI'O.17)ENCE. set apart be refunded upon )proper' application
of this matter will induce every the coast of Georgia, from Fernandina north, to the persons! respectively who MU and ciiteri.AUs mailed onapplication.
( man who has the interest of the city at heart there lies a most direct inland water-course Tin : OVKS, NASSVU: COUNTY, FI.A., ) paid, the same in. ; .

14 to make every requisite effort to secure the which is: formed by the famoussea: islands, March :27! 1HKO. j} SKC7.. lie it further ordained, That the CHAS. W. LEWIS,
with ample water to permit a large! steamboat onlinuncc adopted February'' IN, lis/ so, "f{' U-
n"r Mirror lines have fallen in
l : I election of the ticket presented (below : to travel in smooth waters, protectedby : My pleasant lating the rate of percentage to bo collectedon Jjimd Commissioner i ,

t I For Mayor-XOIIMAN BKOVVNSO.V. the islands: : from the dangerous: waves of place Yesterday Iii) young friend Jack city taxes: for the year 187!>, and making Office cor. leach and Seventh Sts.
t, For Clerk and Treasurer: -K.Mir: O. FniExn. the ocean, and affording; to Northern tour- Davis would have me come homo with him. appropriations' thcrunder," and all ordinances 1-tf
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t. 1.'Marshal 1 ami. Tax Collector-\\'. 1*. l novel and romantic scenery. This route, 1 am glad of it. His: father, Henry ]Davis, or parts' of ordinances!' in conflict with ----- ---- ---- fsuritii ----- -
GiFFORD as: is! well known, has been utilised for many this:! ordinance, nre hereby r 'l''ul'tl.Atoptl',1 'is MALI
has the most attractive place near the St.Mary's. .
For Assessor!' -I'KTEII M. MM>I>LETON. years by what is: usually termed the inside : ; March 17, 18M> t VIRTUE: ],' AN EXECUTION 1S-
I For Council men-(}. STAUKB, U. 11. BAXTKH :- boats, hut the dilHculty'in making the route Approaching his: house is an avenue T. KYDI! BY (' out of the Circuit Court, Fourth

I'RTER WILLIAMS, Fnun.V.. HOYT, HooI a success, that is: to operate the steamers of oaks rivaling Bonavcnture. These 3:?!-..ft President. of ('oulldl.X . Judicial Circuit, in mutt for the Comity of
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I' SMITH C. '\ L"WI8.JAIF.MldhFFIN on quick time and! with regularity, is:
FoRT daily
I oaks: were planted: in 1S72:!, and some of Nassau, Florida, in fat'or of Sanborn, Iloytv
the inside front Fernandina to Jacksonville ..\ OltlIX.tNCEI)1ht1L.iTINl
SAMUEL BHQW.V. passage -
: <.'u", and against: .hunt's Leak & Sons! 1
them measure thirty inches}, in diameter. In ,
termed "the Sisters crooked and
a ; THK: HAT: OF PKR-:
have levied upon, and will offer for sale at
AT Sl ". very shallow channel, through which very the yard are others four feet in diameter collected on City Ta.xes: jauhlhcmtltcryhlfruutof the Court Housem : -,

The newspaper press at the North are light draft boats could only pass: at the highest that were "trimmed up" with a pocketknifeby for the year: 1579.! the City of Fernandina, said County of

; amusing themselves by striving to find out state and of the tide, detections and then! only making with difficulty the Joshua Geiger, who is still living. From lie it (vrd'tnrd\iy\ the Common Council l of Nassau\ on the first Monday in April\ 1880,
many : ,
the city of Fernandina the
being Fifth day of said month all the
various tests the current of time by this of this: let those needing wind-breaks for orchards I.
route most favorable
m by public opinion : a run That for the purpose' \ of defraying the ex- right title and interest. James leak & Sons
in reference to Presidential candid.ites. The IIl'VI'1hllu and groves: learn, and, if they can't l't'nH'l4oftlledtr government for the )'l'arl1jU in the following described real und personalroperty

I. supposed leaders of both political' parties! are The Georgia null New Florida York Island Steamboat whiehhlL'i get trees! we will furnish them. It requiresthe / the following appropriations' arc hereby ,,. that is: : Lots 3, -I'i, (i and 31; in ..
Company concern, of to do justice! to )Ir. Davis: made : block number, being in the City of Fernandina r
being Interviewed most diligently and their their steamers for pen poesy ..
operated' ;several years 1. The 8ii nof$1,885: for. unpaid sanitary ( County of Nassau! Florida, together
utterances purveyed to an expectant public, by the above named route between, Savannah plate lie has a lovely (lower garden presided indebtedness.: with the steam saw mill, fixture and machinery

j dj the members of the various: state legislaturearc and Jacksonville have, by their annual over by a fairer flower than Flora her :2.! The sum of $t,9.)0 fur !
polled with scrupulous! exactness! as! to increasing passenger! and freight trafllc, recognized self. His farm of seventy-live acres would ollicers. ; wharves, tic: therewith appertaining.
first, that the inland water course 3. The' sum of $Tim() for payment of city Tcrmscash. PETER: CONE:,
their and college between Savannah and Florida is favorite put Ceres in a broad grin, fur it is nearly all
t preferences even Jioys arc : a scavenger and other sanitary purposes.! :27-td! J clyr.Nassau County, Florida.
visited and their calm, consideration and route for tourists': travel ; second, that the in corn, with a sure crop of forty bushels: to ,t. The sum of$:::;.!11"1( > for roads: and bridges. ._ .

t jejune opinions ,given. So far as wo have largest proportion of the annual increasing the acre. No wonder he has: the best horses 5. The sum of $.'!UO for cemetery pur- O. S. OAKKS,
travel and freight tnillicto and from Florid.tcould
seen the opinions of the gentler sex have bo secured for this, water route in this country. To-day he took me over to j pO
easily: : : 6. The !sum of $700 for incidental' expenses ='TILl'TOItXII 1HIILDKR
not been obtained.It providing the time of the run could he shortened King's Ferry, and I was astonished at the and outstanding indebtedness: CO ,

is one of the theoretical excellencies of several hours, and a daily schedule notsubject amount of business! being done there. Threevessels 7. The sum of HliUO( < for the }bonded, indebtedness \M-FACTUKEH
to tides, but with regular departing and Interest! thereon.
with lumber fur
our form of government! that every citizen\ is arc( arrival hours, could be inaugurated, but are nOImuting Any surplus collected/ unuppropriatctl MOULDINGS) BRACKETS, SAWED AND
," supposed to be free and independent, and I byI also that this: route, if so operated, could afford ports Kast.: !\ The capacity of vessels: that shall bo appropriated for bonded mdebtedness. TURNED]:: ) I5A LUSTERS: NEWELS,

I virtue of his: birthright as American citizen to carry passengers and freight at anexceedingly load here ranges from ninety thousand to STAIR ]RAILS, WOO If ]EAVESTROUGHS : : .

the model Republic of the world, he exercises reasonable: rate. To establish four hundred and fifty thousand feet. At lie it further ordniiied, That for the payment : ( : HIIK\'fIlIXG: I ,
such facilities I! : it 'is: necessary to avoid I the of the aforesaid appropriations: the WEATHERBOARDING] I
llillard it furnish most of -
his free and unbiased choice and always run over that portion of tho route te-j-med' present Bailey burn of one and one half her cent Ire levied AND FLOOR e oISU.
choscs the most eminent, worthy honorable "the Sisters; ," and the most! feasible! way of the lumber shipped" and, by the twit', t they and collected upon the assessed valuation uf .

i and intelligent statesman of tho land accomplishing this: was to link the cities:: of have n nice little railroad extending seven taxable property of this city and that for Makes '

Jacksonville and Fernandina with a dir'l.trnilrlllll and half miles from the Ferry to Helton, the purpose of payment of the afiircsaid sanitary Stair and Church Work
to till its Rut the a
highest )position.: as country reducing the distance between the' loan, and thesuid iKmdcdindchtedm-ss,
is ]large, and the personal acquaintance two points to about thirty miles, which can tho iK>int where the turpentine works of fifty her cent of the taxes! so levied on .\ SPECIALTY.

1 of the most eminent men i Is not enjoyed by be run over (when substantially built, with Messrs.! Baker & Jones arc located. The last aforesaid shall only he payable in currency DOORS AND) WINDOW
o.llltLJ lellow-citizens of new motive power, new cars and all uiodentappliances named firm is extensively engaged in the of the United States Government, or certificate's FRAMESOF I
a system delegated '
in about minutes. of the ALL
,) forty-five of indebtedness i issued Olllll''ount SIXES.
choice has grown up, resting upon primary, Parties interested: in the Georgia and Florida manufacture of naval stores, and it has said sanitary loan or past due coupons!! of Peist Office Box 1;J.jail" J.

; ward or town caucus, county convention, Inland Steamboat Company offered to furnish bought vessel, which is now in port, forth the bonds of the city. Fernandina, Fl.i.t .

;, state convention, and culminating in a Presidential the nl''CoIllr'l1pital: : and alter\ amicable (' exclusive: use of the linn. They ship Passed its: first reading January 2th,1SO, -
arrangements" completed with the 1MM 1 ) barrels naval stores!! per month. At the and rend by its title. A. u. NOTES: ,
convention. Atlantic, Gulf! and West India: Railroad for Passed. its third reading and nloptCtll"dlfllarr
I. Tho people arc, however, supposed to bo their cooperation i III the new enterprise, the i Ferry I learned that Mr. Lynch, of Maine, 18th, IhM T. KYDD! ,

I the source of all power, and instructing theirdelegates Fernandina and Jacksonville Railroad Company has bought the line property known as the President of Council. G ROCER AND, SHIP CHANDLER,

from the to was duly chartered, and the buildingof Woodstock Mill; capacity of mill twenty Attest : ,
throughout, primary the new road, which I is to be open for KMILO.; FniEXP. City Clerk. :3i-3Qd: UEVLER IN
the great national convention ; hut as all traine by October next, will be commenced five thousand! feet daily. This not only ,

things bend to the most concrete forms, sopolitics at onceThe new road has: been leased to" the "lat 'St," but the fort from Maine.(: King'sPerry XOTIC'i: OF 'X('CnUOIC.'IOXW Provisions, Liquors, lite.
tend concentration.In the Georgia! and Florida Inland Company' lias three hundred inhabitants, two ( Tilt: FKRNAXDINA= AND! JACK-
in these days to .
which will manage the railroad and steaiu- haw-mills, one grist mill, and five stores. It SONVILLK. RAILROAD] ]] COMPANY.EY .
In January last, on the occasion. of ex- boats asuthrough line between Jacksonville has one doctor, one jeweler, and one dentist. AU'f1UIUTYOF'ANACTOI''FILh] AGENT FOR 11. F. AVERY & CO.'S PLOW

1 President Grant's reception In Philadelphia, and Savannah, running a daily) schedule the There is a Methodist l'hurch South here a Legislature; : of the State of Florida, entitled
entire between the two named cities I Masonic( Lodge, of which J. ]K.: Davis: is W.
I it was distinctly: announced that Conkling year "An act to provide a general law for
and double the winter M. u good school!! taught; by Miss( Ernie "
u daily during season, ; the limo,rpomatbun of Railroads anti Canal, I
and Cameron had agreed that Graft slnmld CENTBE STREET
,t .' : besides:, many extra local! trains between I King, and, also u colored school under the and approved February 1 J, lt 74, notice is ,
be the nominee, that the Pennsylvania convention Jacksonville and Fernandina us .she bir-i- etlleicuhnanagentcnt of Jl n. Mart[ /ha Wright h ,rt'hy'U, as required by said act, that a
should he called at an early day and ness may'require. The time between Jack I Your correspondent regrets that he must: so company has been formed under the namoof 5-'tf: -FERNANDINA-_ FLA.
I'oll'ille'UIII Savannah is to bo thirteen soon )pass to other/ scenes, but these scenes the FJ-RX.\SlIIS.\, JACKSONVILLE RlILUOVD s
loud off that New York should follow and
hours, but with other improvements which i "though lost to sight" shall ever bo "to CoMi'VNV be invested with all the WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr.,
thus a direction given to the whole movement are contemplated time will bo reducedto memory dear." I wish, dear Mirror, you rights powers, privileges, and franchises!

\ and secure Grant's nomination Every eleven hours The new road will have could retttt. my gratitude for kindness. from conferred upon coiui anies formed under = NEWSDEALER; ,
step of the programme has been carried out. its terminus! ut a convenient |point of the I this:! eople.. _Sea_ _.YKK._ said act for the purjiose of constructing: ,
river in the city of Jacksonville and will Railroad
and for
y Cameron has delivered tho vote of thelVnneylvania maintaining, operating a BOOKSELLER, STATIONER,
make close connection with up river steamers O. S. AUKS, public use in the conveyance of i 1l'Nons and
t 't convention JUT l'olltral'tmkliug; and in avaunalttmaimtiun will be made I )property. Dealer in 1'uut'rald.oi,
; St has delivered the vote of the New York convention with the various mil and steamship: lines The\ main line of said Railroad will be

and doubtless the smaller fry will The new line will, in future he sty led and aim out twentv-ono miles!! in length; ; will be CENTBE STREET, FEKN'ANDINA, FL*\.
known as the "Sea: Island Route." The I constructed between a point on the Atlantic,
tuit. The Southern conventions will -
follow principal' movers: in this new enterprise are II Gulf and West India Transit Railroad, in
go us instructed! by their leaders at tho North, the following gentlemen : Hon. P. L. Yu- I ... = Nassau county, and the St. Johns River, at Shelf Papers, Pil'tureo'rames, Brackets
and Grant will bo nominated, Sherman, lee, C. "'. Yulee, J. N. Harrimun, manager at \ 0- .ff: ..= or about the city of Jacksonville, and will 1':1Inl'flJlluet Sets, Hand Glasses, Combs!:
started out candidate will be out Georgia; and Florida Inland Steamboat Company = '"'.._ _.. ? iiass through 1 parts of the counties of Nassau Brushes: etc. PaiSeries! in great variety.
dt who us U ; James Fellows, President of the Georgia and Ull\'ai. J. N.= HARRIMAN, Also: Sewtig! Machine[ Needls oil, etc,
of the race, and Blaine's ambition will haves and Florida Inland SteamUut Company;; DISPOSED OF HISUXUKKTAKIXG D K. MAXWELL. _Jj Clipper----ikstaneLi. --- -- -, 75. cents.. .
s be satisfied! with having a respectable i jx- Capt. 1) K.: Maxwell, General Superintendent TTAS : C. WH'KI.J1o'o'B'lJLEJ:. -

j sitioa, us second; : with the choice of any position Transit Railroad], and Gu"tave l .'\'t'lC FtrnnndiHti, ]'1.-.1.. March -!.. 1880.--30-HX1!l \X 111t1)IS.tN'Er,0
l.e'oldl'n., general passenger agent; Georgia AMEND THE FIRE ORDINANCR
he may desire in the government and and Florida 1(Inland Steamboat Company. STOCK, WM. ii. ('. IHnU.1-J-: :, _1. He it ordmned. That form and

with a large control of i its patronage, l should We are satisfied that the more this enterprise alter the luissu; e of this ordinance, thai
Grant elected COMMISSION MERCHANT owners ..f wooden )buildings within the tire
Is considered the more its value will GENERAL
limit l IKJ
)permitted to fl']>air jheir buildin-
I We arc sometimes informed that a conference be recognized! to Jacksonville and the upperSt. BUSINESS= AND= GOOD WILL CENTRE ST., JOUR It. K. DEPOT, with shingles. and weather btwrdiug, ]'ro'jIt.t.'Il -

has been held between. the great railroad Johns river. In fact it gives a daily fast that such repairs i do not increase. the

magnates-Yanderbilt and Garrett fur lino by steamship: Savannah and Fernanyua FKRNANDINA: = FLA. risk of fire.Altt .

instance-and an'ugreement come to, which <\ ; 'a short line to Jacksonville and steamers -TO' ordinances or imrts of ordinances cun-
Hay, Corn, Oat*. flicting herewith are
the river. St that water repealed.
transi ortatton interests of up ) practically a
controls the great i
: communication is ulwaye 1 least: expensive, l-tf__ lUssed second reading 2sth January. 1'S 0
the county. Bo we tee that politics is likewise we will hate a continuous and very pleasant Approved and adopted February 1*, lf0.ati"30J .
reduced to a business Cameron and line from New York to the tipper St. ll, M, HENDERSON.= Jon PRINTING, in every style, and at T,
lowest rates at the MIBBOB office. Cuunlci
i IVesadeut of
Conkling put their heads together and says Johns ap3-tf i1.'v .

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I Xorthcrn IcyctaMr and 1'nttt the freight that may be oirere'il by our planters 1 ACK:-:ONVILLi:, PF.NSACOLA: }) ii. j. itAiiim(+ .v into.,

FLOIMDA. i\iin[ :141;.. 1 K ctft. .Uo'-I and i is an encouraging; evidence of theingnrtanre d MOHlLi: U.MLUOAD.:
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C. A. P.ooko\en A.: Co., of '} \, : of this industry : ti:1t
SEMIWEEKLY.1'1RNANU1NA: : 'I'.tt.twl"1.' February :3, 1 IMMO. f
-- under date of March, :: 'M, report as follows.Mrawborrie : fourth., The umlorsissncel; railroads agree; to I I o-O: 213: Pearl. SI., Now. York.M .
2 $
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On after
Fobrnaiy ,
Monday ,
--- -- ---- forward, aid, freight over their re'spe'ctheroads ,
: : *-(Charleston, choice" per quart / trains of this road) will run as follows p
t t their train J'llt'h : passenger: f
FLORIDA.S ) ::'ito ;Mir\ ; fair: to good! 20) to :..il' ; green and by passenger Itr vu : .
( freight sihe'dules I
either close
'ine''tinjj! ; ; as
Tt'IW.1 ); .1//:11,3, tSM. inferior. 10 to 15. maybe in force, on their re! pe'e'live roads, the I 1'\-I: I'\lHm:: : THA1N: : -F.AST: HOUND.Le'ave \ : 1
l'eaa.fllHah:: small cr crate. $17f; to '
;=: =--- ._: c_ __ --' : j intent and purpose in thcahovcbe'ingtoglvo } (Chattahoochee..elaily at.... :2IN)1',> M. VM-FMTTRFIW or i !
.....V/18CHII.TJOX.) $:JOO ; marrows' :;:>! ;,0 to M l 75; ; Charleston, this perishable: freight whether in charge of }Leave juincy...................: ...... :3 I 22 I'. M. a'I1titlS'1'1:1fs '
i 1'1:1 50' to$!! tR>.
; .LVAT.V.We small.' 1 75; tot:.JJ5:! marnn\s $1
; TallaliasMeo ....... ...... II i 'OO .
---- .. the :Southern 1'xpivss: Co, or in their own Leave: ...... ( I' :II.Lt'
----- t. -: :- -:::-:: ( 'ahha Savannah: new ,'h"it-t'.pl'r all reasonable and proper cx-pe'ditioi, being .\\ ., Montie'olln .............. ...... 7 10 r. M. s
lime, cvtiiMMml" a Jlminrti; nffifr; tit the #3Nto;{ $1 (till; I\irto !goodlootos! ; :>::5 :25. ; further understood, the qnuke'st 1 reasonable i Leave (livenville............... ...... B:3: .'n I'. M. '/ : :

post office; iimlcrtfif rtinrrjr '!f.1/,. )H". /'. H7W, A'l'ara: Charleston per do/en bunches possjhlc: dispate'h bo given by each: IAMVO Madison ......... ......... ...... J 9) "II'. :M. 1'
./1'., 11'lift n-lllrrnnffnlfrrififiniif; a'tnrtiirmrntiami $11 lno' to7N( ). re'spe'otivc: undersigne-d: ; road to said freight }Leave Live Oak................ ...... :215.A. at I.
I other fmorsfor; the! Mi niton, and ulin nlwnyi Few. strawberries! !here. !\IIlI.h'mawl excellent. because( : not only ot its perishable: character, .lrriveGlriuutuh............... ..i... !ii HH I ) A. M.
hm the JH.IJMV on >II('. Peas in good demand and linn. Cabbage but the ultimate profitable businesswl,tell .lrrive'l'hnlua\: +w iii' ........... ......
wanted.It I. play; accrue from this business.Yrti. : : Arrive Albany......... ......... ......It! :2..t.! M. itir.; ; : ntr.i: : HA ;\; lilt E.
LOCAL R will be O"ll'rn'tltt all of these quota- / l I In case there are not less: than six A'rive lrlkt'Pity................ ...... :335, : v. t.lrrhe 1
E: F L K C T IONS. are forSaxannah:: \ and Charleston shipments.Among car loads of this character freight, ollcrim! Ualdwin"\ ......... ........ ...... fl :25 A. M.

the from that at one tune t or for any such shipment, then Arritc.laeksunville.: .......... ...... 7n.1.'; M.
Tilt St. Mini had a considerablefreight: regular!; shipments the said tlI1It'r.klH"rnilrnal"1\ agree to run Arrive Fernamlina: ........... ...... 3 10 r. :M.
of !i'o. 11. }Forrester.
Under I'ormnla ( )
on Thursday: of orange; and > egetablcs.L point, it will be noticed that asparagus! and. aspcctalorextra! t t rain to carry same, 1'1'0\"hll..l Arrive Jaino!
-- -.- --. cabbage are l'OI11I1Illint,1: \ / pril'l'.l'r they cannot\ otherwise: move: it promptly Arrive Cellar Key .............. ...... !Ji30r.;:t! :M.PASSF.NUF.U ,

tiorth-honnd l steamers now leave uur few cabbages. and probably no asparagus;:: has ami without lay OUT on their other aboveallndeil :: : ( 'I'lL11N-11'IS1': I :; HOUND. ,

to trains. }Leave.Ltcksunville..tl.lily at.... I 5 :30 ,
city5th full : lists. Herth' been shipped from Florida. Our market; : \ p. M.Leive Prononnced (Irowers (ho
passenger are Fornandina! ............ ......lu :8I! .A. M. by Orange very.llanuro
being engagedeeks in ailvanee.Tiinrn gardeners will do well to take a note of this, Hotel .trrlrarv. I cave ( laine-svillo ......... ..... ...... 9! 0'l):! .\. M. .l.lII.

-- --- h'oth; are easily raised, here and a-qi.inuns;:: especially I'uMONT: Hotri..-Mrs C O lIar.ll\1l1ll11ail.) Leave (Velar Kl'.1 I :30:t .V. M.Lewie .

:: ear load, of vegetables! came up( on i< hardy, requires a rich saline soil. Brook 1\11, :N Y ; L M I Kortiiuht.) :New York ; } Ualdwin; :................ ...... 7 IM11'. M. .
the Transit IJ.ud:., on Tuesday, partly from and rC'lUlrl'lonl good eulti\a- Ii'L': Park, J .\ Valentine' IK-nnington }.,'a\'l' l ikeCitv! ............... ...... !) .JO 1'. M.IAMVO ."!'!. Tor the Ora"'J- Tree (
Arredondo and (5aines\illc and partly from once planted: ) Vt ; Daniel llussoy. Mrs I }D Illl" '. Miss J Savannah\ ............... ...... I Ilt: I'. M.
\ tion. Worthen, n,, lon ; (le'o 11 Hill :Nathan Le-avo Live Oak................. ...... :2 15 ,\. M.

Orange Lake._. .-- _- New York vegetal! market report( March Hill, C; W ;Morris, Cincinnati ; James' .\ Lease Madison: ......... ........ ...... :351 I .\. M. .
O. S. OVKM': has c1i of his undertaking 2ith:!( : Kirk and family: J W Wilson, Chicago; ; ..1.I IAMVO (Iroenvillo\ .............. ..:... .1 I :m! \. M. .
l'o-ll'll: barrelsnew J huller\ Jacksonville: ; .1.I Casey: and! wife, Letts'ltiltthello\ .............. ...... 5 (IH) .v. M.Arrive P
business: and t.toek.to U. M. Hender The llermuda steamer hrllu.thtto; : Annie Hoed Haltimore; A Hounds: 'mid Tallahassee.: ........... ...... 7 00 A. M.IAMVO .

son, who will ennsolidltethe: hitherto di- potatoes: put out at ;!;7 ; Charleston: Asparagus wife', J 1 S liickcr: and wife, Mrs.l: Udoodrichand \ Tallalnissc: ...... ......... ...... S :30 .v. M.

do/en bunches. Leave (inlne-y......... ..... ..... ...... 10) OS .t. M.
\iiled, custom: in tlm line. : sold at S((1 i to $j per daughter: Milwaukee'. Wis ; (leo A I..mus.i..s: : i'MIKI.S UII'IITI: ,,,,.
.-- -_.. -- The Charleston, and :Savannah\ : steamers are Plimpton and wife Hullalo; :N Y ; H .\ Arrive ( Chattahooe.......... ......11 :::0.\. M.

THK wharfage collected in the I'a"t'l'k:" reported, in with I'lIlll'ar ul'!<. Peas: sold. on :Strong\ and wife, Alvah Strom! I D 11 Woodbury CONNIXTIONS.( : ): : : ,
Rochester:" N 1'lrsll; I' \Vassnnandohil'd : At Live Oak daily with the :Savannah\ ,
show the shipment of 1100) feet of lumber dink at $1 l to $1.:>11 ; Florida, new potatoes Louisville, Ky ; Miss: 1 1.} Wassoii, Indianapolis Florida uutl'estent Uailvvay t to and fro II IoIa"lll1ah.IIl1 !

and !lW) tons of cotton{ 1 seed. The export quoted ati:::5 per barrel only.I : ; J 1 n! Ha'lchnmp and wife, Kentucky : all\ Nenthorn, Fastcrn and

trade of our port greatly! on the inrrcaye.t.t Hermud.i! tomatocM..per crate..1 (>0)(,8) 1 00 ; J T McMastere, I III I ; :Miss I Rogers: Western: Cities.At )FOB Uvruv:: FAust ('nor,
Ia"ntlliFla Mr and Mrs 1'I'. llradlorami l LIl"l'l'illal1 with the Florida Central
-- Nassau tomatoes.perorate... 50'i> 1 OOFloiida ; \
MAJOR Diimi: : has completed the 1 tilling tomatoes.perorate... ';'.i\ I 100 maid. 1 U: I D Rogers: '. H,,: Kailroad to and 1 from. \ .Jacksonville! :\ r

in of his lot at the foot of ('l'lItrl' street lie Marrow squash,\ .|,,'r crate... 1 50)( I 17.iluhlrarlsgnuslt.percrate..25)Gu New York ; 11 I H I ('htrltiui; ('anntla ; .Augustine, I'alatklEllh'rl'rb",11I1: l 117.iI'lortda Mrs I Nathan H Perrv, Mrs J F Pa-o, New on I the :St. Johns: \Uiver. scientific
has!. :' put in 2,I'">0) loads: of dirt, sand uudgravel : \ nlll\\ wife1 1)enverCu1 Prepared on j rlnciple prodnro
Itl'anl..l'l.r crate... :iHO( P.l: tons of rock, 'beside an incalculable hint; Mass: ; W J ]tent, postal, ; ( kit Watts, sun! Vest t India Transit: I Hallway: \ and from a large )'ldll'l'r aero.At.so J
inferior Florida '
amount ol'slahs, I logs, ) etc. A few crates of small! : cucumbers Newaik, N J ; I D) Woodberry, Hochester:. :< N Fornandina, tlainesvilh', Ce-dar: Key, aril .
have arrived. Y ; Man I U Nye H,, tlll\ ; .lames It Itoyd" with ste'amcrs for Tampa\ Key West and .

A SEW saw-mill I being built near ryce's Choice Floiida} orangt'I::: | .'>"yfd(( ) 5H( ) Toronto, 'an ; David) (lillie-s, Hamilton: ; Havana.
Fair to good. :intOf/i l loo Can' ; John Kavne.. Louisville ; JIrs.111 Hal- I At (Chattahoochoothre-e( timeswe-ekly with ,
a few miles from lald\\in.! This:" with the Poor to t:uir. 2 Otl(.!. :JJOO I stealVai A'lIablt'aI"w, fork ; C I UHishop the1 People's\ Line and Central Lino 1 louts: to 1 DKVI, J

other large) new saw-mills) will begin' !shipments Prices of wheat 1\IIIl'o1'n have declined. and wife, Newark:, N .1 I ; Jule-siiiner' and from Columbus, EIIIIIIIFort: (taine\s, : '4 IK

in a very short time, and the new U M :S l U l llurd,1 and,l wile, I Hamilton. Out ; I .\l'aH'll!: Itnln and, other \Hiver \Landings.Ktf' .
lumber wharxes built Philadelphia} fruit and vegetable, quotatations ((5 t Stetson:\ : I U S Stiekcham. (','{., <>f Aiiittii ; : I'ilegant: ; :Sleeping\ ; and Parlor Coaches, I'UDnlHtlCtll.Tl1H.t: d C.MKMIOAIJ"SULPHATK : : ,
now being; by the March 2iith: : Carlton II Rogers; New York ;; T K: Proctor Woodnil) and Lucas Patent, run daily between

Transit I'ailroad: will he needed.THK l'oT.\Tnl'4. and wil,', Miss 11; P Proctor. (lienhl; 1 \ll'r, Tallahassee: and I .lal'I ksonw ill,'. .
---- _.- Hoston U C Jackson Now Yoik HSJanson : :\ e-onneition : AMMONIA,
; : ; 2 t (juick time', !sure petfe'etsafety. .
<) (n 50
(Choice 1,1.1.$11 (00.i) )
: election tit'cull' ollleials: which will large, nsorted..pcr: Miss(j Hello Jansen: Master !Harry Jan- KIKIAU; )(; VL1KT\ !
Fair to no'1..l'l.r' Itbl... I \00.f( I 5 OO
be heM on Monday, !is:' causing quite a stir Inl.rior..l'l'r' 1,1.1... :\H'0)) a: ,r>o :son, Chicago; ; U H( Huinham Hartford, 20-tf).'.. \la: Transportation.T .. \ NlTUATi;: SODA t'
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(Conn; l' L Heid]: 11' ]Davis, II H Davis.Stamford : .
among our Republican friends in the town (.\11111:I:. : Conn ; Win Little, :Now Turk ; It I'.t \'1:1t1': .

The Democrats: with "no part or lot in the ('hoiet'guudcotlitiotiperhid..400t( ) t, -t.w) L Lilil'lItlmlaIInah: ; ; .\ P DoMilt) ( New- SUPI'.ll! : PIIOSPIIATH: I.IMK:, j
matter" having learned by former experience Fair to, gn'u1..I'l.r bbl... :8'3iy I :a i 70 York ; II .Call-in(' :Savannah\; ; ('has: :S\ Hub- -I

( that any attempt( by (thl'lItn elect their Iii:.tN5.: : \bard, Pitt.sburg; I'a ; 'has :X Wire, !Philadel, J
ticket was useless.: : The two tickets now in 1"unI..l'l.r crate.. 3 25.i :'J t M -- ,j.
the field, the side Ntrii Flat crate... :3 UI.y) ; :3T: .1IAlllSl:. ,
represent: on one a tly"machine" \
rn\s.: LI\1':11Y
nomination, .controlled by one '
man, and passed: by his manipulation( and :-Inlall..l'l.r 'rate... j.ittoo\ 1'ort of I'crnantltnn. CAUUIAmS AND( WAOONSTo ( !
Marrow rate... 5l)('!, 75I1I.KTS. : nn.n \TPK. MUHIATH: OF I'OTASIit3llld'lt .
the that
on other brought out by the regular '
:Sunday, Apri1'Itit..L5.t.; !) M I. l 1:11':::: M.Memd.iy I. and from :Steamers\ and'I'rafni. (
and main body of that party, to remedy, flood) tIl'l"'i'c..l'l'r crate:.. I 25ii( ) I 75: ; 5th....... 4:51: A. M I. 5.25 I I'. M.Tuesday I. A'1'I': MAOX1CSIA:: t f.. I ;.
if (possible: some of the evils under hich the : (ith....... 1).111: city has been tiering for some years."o: CUL'MlltUS.Choice SULl'lIATH: OF. SODA, II
.perorate... S no)(!,: 10 00 I..NTHSI:: : : vita H\i.n : I
our classes ,
trust will how
I"! interest in this( : than they: have in former more Fair to goI..l'l.r TOM.\TOKM.Choice l'rate.. .. (n iooCi, 700 York.:March :3.., S. :S.'t]\ tern Texas, Illne-s, New I IIOUSIIS, Itu:( oilt, IIAUNiSH: Strictly Pure << Sroun Itono. F ff ffI'

' t ele<.tlons, and that they may vote for the ripe' ..............per .ratl... ; (H(11) U (H) March :31, :Str.\ .S7. .111/11I11. Vogcl, (Charleston.CM UUTS ANI1'AOONS f
men who will best, remedy the great evils to Fair to o'"l..I'l'r' irate... 500) )(< II(! 011> :.v urn.Manh ): ;'e"-TiuMrt: ( .\SII.-r.' Our circulars give full particulars, and ureIUlih..1

which the city has: been subjected.From Unripe.perorate... ::1 Ot'J) :3 fit} ; :31, :Sob.\ Walter L. riimuitfr, Plum- fre-o" to applicants. They will in-

- o i\NCiics: mer, Hra.il.Manh ):" :TOIllce! and I 1"11"ll'Fi Street, near tcre'-st! you If you are intere'stod, in Agriculture

1'asstiu. Fancy box... Soofy' riO ::10. S. S. A'lVA, )llesloji( Quiet'nstown, llrooni. _._Strut Wharf. UMf_ of .Orange. .('ultnre--- ._. __ 15-Om I
Party-t vi* passengers: by ,.tcam:>(hip CJ.if (Choice box... 4 t4)nj) !! 4 7.i 1 Ireland. U
Austin, from :Nassau: were entertained at the Fair to ollll..I'I.r hut... 4 OOo' !!! .t 125Inferior ii. I.:. noTTiitiit: : 111': 1'I.CUnn.1'OWS .\

: Kginont: this: week. box... 3INg: ( !, :3 50liusty ..IU)(:I.\J.\" '10 X.1."lIltoI i
. I I: 'er hox... ::1 5Uy! .I 00llapltl I
..1ln"L'U'l'lItIe,'. Transit for reyetablrd. FtIt'or.\SIII'or.\: : : : .\., ;March 2, tl'1\O. 1' I

The late \\eatherclearod up without The rapidly, I increasing i I inqiortance' of vegetable ; Ne>tiec is hereby given to the <|iialilied, DK.M.I.II IN: .
doing; any damage to) the crops: as l far as w'utclrof the city Fcrmindina, that the
I I heard! from. The frost: of Wednesday morning and nit-growing in Florida i is attracting Annual I EIt..tioli for olllccrs of said I City will I'Ine Irtutlly <: rocerlelt Fcriiiuidliiii, I jjl
the attention of' the railroad lines \be hold, tin :Monday, the Fifth day of :

was u-ry flight.. leading to the Northwest,t. and a meeting of IMSO, at the c.itCOli nl'il I Uooms on 'fhtirl. ,{ AM Town'' on II. It. Line. ,
-- -- ,street, \heUvc-on the hours" of 8 A. 11 1. and >
I.'eloht 1IUcnts'. Merllny.Vegetable Freight Agents: was held Atlanta on the sunset on Maid Clay Ami the feillowingolliecrs i1 uo vis f IONS- And ('.......r Kvy.OITcrs .

and fruit growers should nut1H'.dl'l.t ;oth; ult., to agree 111'0111 system; of rapid of (the city t will then and I there bo I

the meeting of freight agents to beheld transit for perishable freight of this lass. chosen! by u vote of n majority of the vote-H -

in this: city on the 7th. They should, The 1 following circular will show what the given at said clc'ction ; vi/:
One M \\\oit Customer (:'IKI'KiKlM J }( :
:< ran rely upon I
be fully represented: and come prepared to transportation lines contemplate, and we light 1 ;: AI.DHIMK.V: : to 1 Ix *secs and Purchasers' n largo

furnish all the infoimution necessary to aid would suggest( the advisability of the vegetable One 'ITY CI.KUK: and THKUKHI! : (II( ) ayNO'l'IIINO II 11 IIIIJrr.of the most eligible\ and dcsirublo

(Ih '.>,u gentlemen in their ctlorts to make a growers 1tl' 1full)" represented at the One One CITY AHSKXMOU' : '\1 turgLu., and T.\\ ('OI.IUTOII, Lub. suitable fur llusinett.s l'urpUI, or for

catisfactory arrangement us to schedules and,l ls meeting: called( to meet in Fernandina on
"' linn under my haJllll\nlll'tl'l\lof the city : HUT THK: KlXIiST 1 ; IHIANDS: City or Suburban Ucvideiuc.s,
,. rates the 7th : the 2d lay ..March; IH 1' .- _n__ .\TJ.\STA, ().\., ;March :liO.Mir : ). NORMAN: JIIto\\'X OX. Mayor, /
UPON) 1,111TIIIM:4.: : .
\ 1't'r8OIull / ..siV.In/ compliance with the circular Tf HXHt Dt UNO, City Marshal. are kept I in utork..no. .
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(:mil O. Friend the last of the Cinctnnati of ;Mr. I'I Jt. )I'apv' (Ucncral "F'reight.gentnf; :March :3-tf.$ .

excursionists" rt'tllrlliMi'etlrlesday: and haslosnmcd the Atlantic, < iulf! and West India Transit \(:'itiir: IIOIJNI, Liberal }Discounts on Values allowed toparties
, t his duties Clerk.J. Company, of shah! Iy] tailing a meeting; i STICIITV: : &v IIKOTIIIIH: engaged ill manufaeturing or industrial -
; an City of roads, interested in the transportation of I "1 > Y ll Il:'S. UUKFIXdTOX( ;,
J'lwartl1111.: of Jacksonville is in vegetables and fruit from Florida Western : fiittrprihOH who will erect on the proj

town. cities we the undersigned, alter a full conference I I: EXlIX.FJ.OIWU.:,:: () COUSY." IIII' 1'l.NKAM" FolWVTII HTUI.KTH, orty purchuseil substantial improvemenU
in the have .11''id.tl
matter, to urgeall
We .
were pleated to reeeiveaeall last week
roads interested in this increasing und Juclcoutilllc' ..'..,. for rchideiK'o. or in which to conduit their
from llinton .\. Helper Il"i., of IJrumwick, i iniHirtant| busineis i to.end I ouch a representative I\Stf.\tTL'JtY.11If KVI.KILS: IN:

(ioirgin, as: .o iate editor of the Suiji'jft .''pI to" rnundina, Fla., Wcdm-xduy, 'J'1.mtl'l.o: : AND &2.OO I'KU DAY, llI1l1ll1l'l I >lll.
IM ul April 7, lsO/! ) fnllv\ authori/ed to act in regard I INDUCIMINT: :: TO MANUFACTUU1JIW : -
to rates und divisions, and to take into NtoN" cater* hail KUIIK N' Ae"mliu to I/K-ution of HINIIU'4.
Church Sert'tcea l'w-J/orroir. consideration a projHmition i of the SoittlurnKxpress by exemption for u term of years from I )

Pml-IIYTIIl\s-HI'\ )Dr. J. II. :. at (Company to take! barge of this: business taxation: offered by the m-veral citie-uand
\I"'rol: rillllSVKLIKNO'N HOtTSi' :: I Irf (T.NJ : ;-
at the initial (Mtint paying) to tilt railroads T1V AND SIHJF/r: : WON WAUH:,
,. 11 o'clock a. m., und 7-:>o p. in. } the [ >rtions that rates now in furl e trans located and having lu-on n-nu- towns. Apply tu.OI1'l.
hrlltJ'IHl': J. Atkins, at 11 o'clock vuted throughout will hu kept: us a lir.>t-il.i.H.s
them the : .
: gives Impress 'onqiany: agreeing: -
., .' curlteuch) it 7th MM., lYrnundina.
a. III., and 7tu:: 1'. m.IOM to advance the rates not more than fifty ]>ercent. JfUWJOSo( : Itrrrfit1NO.: : Luny'. The J.rolrit'trl'II", having hud ex- ;

: \\ C\TIIOLJl'-Hc\. O'lSojle, at ., to pay the ('Xlot'II:01I'| : of hundliiigunddelivering. 1 p<-ru-iicf IH.lh l North und South, will frpareno lO-tr .
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I0.j0: a. m., und 7.11):: p. III. ;, :Nothing in the proposition to 'pains for the (omlurt; ,1'a'r! patrons" in -
making the houso home-like us: uny In the ;i'J'" 1' K 1''tbT,
I'PI": "U'\L-nl'\ O. P. 1'hiackart, at 11 bar the public from shipping} by any routes .. .
o'clock u. m., und -i'iM:::' p. m. at same rates.'e! would,I \>c glad to have Just r'f'dn..l-u large; conslgnmuit! ofStove (.i''-- -- -.- 33-tf-.
road represented l, as it i is! titermiitr to "
The Ut. lUv. John MiMirf. D. !>., IJishop enter your into some arrangement to facilitate the "'UH.'I: : C''L.tltlrE:, A W. I.OIIMANN'S '
*. The "COOK'S JIIWIX": : Is
of St. Augustine, will preach to-morrow at lransHirtation: | of this business direct to appro .4i.

Ma-.s and Vespers in :St.3lichael'slturelt. Western and :Northwestern cities. U wd."Pc will hotbe : ST., Ih-r.: CY.lfTlULU'IIV.: .\,
J.riatcllIallu..lit a j -FAMOUS-
1'III1U ; ,
The of this hu- inc
extent >-s, we are satisfied
The musicill be thei-aiiieason lister: :Sun
I. is under estimated, und it only noetU I FJMtNANDlNA: : FLA., r. .
day. that the sn'at market of the Went ami :Northwest undcrsolil.: l r<*i urfil flour, .
be opomtl to ibis! 11I.lu..try i I !by nijrtd ..
I 7;u u off on the Tnumlt Road. transit, to make it an iinjxirtaiil factor ill 1 ly SICUNiST..01'1'0. sln: P. O. VEtLEJt1NTlY .
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On Tuilay the north Ixmnd passenger the trinsjMtrtution hu-im-ss the S< utliernami i ii
;..I train on the'J'.olU"lt Uoail:, wa.s detaiiuil *evcral i Western" railways. .\ \<; II: 4v .'nll:. U, C hO"'f..t fruit' god ,'cgclublc;' f."JVJ': CKNTS: : I'KU POUND:.

hours! l by running oil' at Imrrin'x tlillnear i Hl"'J.el fu fly yours, ,t\:c.. CuNF'E'fIONIII1: : : : -:" ETC.Rhi -
litey. ly! the careli *neas of the G. F. A.. A... C AW. I. T. Co. .)

milt hands the witch hall' U-C'li left o] G IA M & B. K K. ------ -- -- ---- -
: uml the en iiif mid three I.ux\ curs hit (the W. F. I SurttMis, (iardi-n !Iiapletm-nt, __ _7 tf 1{'. !i. HAIK.MCIIT: ,
A, cut Central K. K. of Oeor, w.U. ,
track: and wire dmhul. No one wa: him, A..1SDiltyN: M)IU: N1i': .1I.\X.UH.1I1\: :: '"'. AuE.NT: ,
und the engine* and can which wire ditched( G. F A. H'. & A. K. k. u
T. \,'. ioEBIXi.C TO'SSf) .\SCJ'frcu: :y. ,,'uuLI: \LJ: ASU KETAIL1)lrrICIII:1t
were nut materially injured. 'fhe laflM-iiger; : Spencer 110""e,
Are.t 1.. A N. k. KIt. .
)HT. MAKY'H. 1J1'.OkOl.\.
wt-rubr<>uit! on in time fur the train intoJaekxtnvilltf )U. KtLiirrr.
(ruin Jialdwiii ut 7 o'clixk, and C, A.. F. P. Li s. A.. s.. ... tc w. k. K. "..t..IUrawlntf.rtainJul'l1t": and Picnics!. ,1) AstiIculcr .

the freight; train brought in the' Transit train, The following article of the agreement furfii'hii at the. horte>t notice: at rixk-lj<< <>t- J. "'. TJJI' I'I'uY. of the Kcarourgt: )louse, In Ice.TKNNKHSKK ,

reaching here in the night. No fault jlt. made 'by the roo4< re >rtiutl at the Atlanta tom prices, at Whit Mountain*, I'roprii-tor. : : : : : UKKV: : Hl'KOIALTY.HBOOM .
tat'hoi to tlw oilicrs of the train un-l the j ANIIS: IIAKKKY.CVntreMrert: Transient rates $:2/y> |ifr day. Liht-ral
n'turn'n i if.u<"h ait au.i.lt.J1t wilt ..huLttCMI. meeting, .how _the ilHi-rmination of the terms made to thus deasiring! boanl by the STBEET!: Wiuar,

t I.... oruuI,.) against road tu as'Ut, In the PjKfdy ,Us|'iU-h of all 2J Opp. old 1'. O. Uui1diug. week lilt I 19-tr }FKUXAN'DIXA; t'"MM' .*.\.


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r ir/AT/j IN IUItOI'h: I.'I.OUID.n 11.\,'.\ X."nmKI.Y .\ Winter SC.-IHOII' IK7H ami 1.*..*o.

l' The winter In the South of Europe: has ARLINGTON NURSERIES. I
FAST MAIL :- :({\'JCKl'
as remarkable for in severity this
!! in GEORGIA): ( ..lL.tNit Sl) FLORIDA:
e-ountry it has been for iH mildness.! : A
European' correspondent of the H'wM thus -- L I \ S'I'I:. O.\1''CUII"\ '

docnbc.s the phenomenal appearance of the ; -
likes now frozen for the first! time in fifty TiOPICtL cimi SIMI-'I: 'ROI'll'.tL 1'1111'1"FREES: : itosis.: D11: I). 1- TIME: :SCHEDULE.: [ ; :

".1 tI : .J : I !': .! TIII-.,,!'!!!, Diranlin-" /VNO /).
At Vienna we! have paused from snow and rorsu.ni la'lluauJx: : : Sil IttilS: and II.O\VIKIV: ; IMMS.NEW Tnkinii /'' .

ice into spring weather, :sunshine and mild ...--
zephyrs so suddenly that 1\ rear'train I N almostto --- SEASICKNESS; NO OCEAN; DANGER., "
be fired All the great lakes that froze Performed by the new mid I elegantly: appointed
! this: winter for the lira time in fifty winter : AND CHOICE: : VARIETIES: Unfilled ,
Orange MADE: .\ SPECIALTY.) ; according to the following schedule! \ :
seemed prepared to he solid until the end of
I Lave Cedar, Key on Tnes-d.iy IlIltrnill .
Mnreli. have all
They hl'come111:<:I\C and .
(Passengers fl'OlI1:11'lIIlI1ah: lease steamer
; \ !
are no tongl'r'f'nhlre,1 Skaters arc '
(City of Hridgeton Saturday: .11'I m. IxaveFcrnandina
hardy people and their experieneetcllsthemlint ;:(Hl'1II1 for i Descriptive) Catalogue. Jacksonville Transit Railroad
or by
( he made of
opportunities must use! as:
AI.HEICT: i. mint EM: train Monday( morning), Art lye at "* < sT3sf
!soon as they offer, otherwise few minhthavcenjoyed
I Key West! Wednesday( morning. Arrive at
the pleasure of skimming' over n 1 tf JACKSONVILLE() :, FLA.SANB011N TilE STEVAKHS!
Havana afternoon.
vast Icy plain so swiftly, that they need not --. ---, --_. -- --- --------_ __ _____ ___m_____ Wednesday ". "
again envy the water birds who touch thewat1'8 Returning; leaveHavana Thursday even "CITY. OK HKlDdETON: \) : ,
with their wings. A friend of ours & HOYT ing. Leave Key West: Friday tnortdiig. Arrive ( tpt.' Jonx: FIT/UKKU.K: ,

started:: from Frankfurt the day when the Cedar K.yatllr.lay: morning (and at "1)).1\11) CLARK/' J: '
and Fernandina hTran1
news of t the frozen lake of Constance reached I < CaptainAti>,
him. With a small )knapsack that contained SECOND' STREET, NEAR CENTRE: Railroad: :'ulllrllaf''cllillg: and Savannah:
little besides, an extra pair of skates he crowd !by steamer (City:of; Hridgeton, ; Monday morning After having; undergone extensive repair-
the lake which of WHOLESALE AND UCTA1L ), thus forming/; the shortest! possible: sea are now in FIRST-CLASS! : : : : ORDER:\) : : in every
enormous cover an area
route between {'lIitf'.1tatl'; and will (the
the : !! and Cuba. department, perform
more than ISiO( square mile The lake 1 is!
300 yards: deep, so it l is but natural that only GItOCEItS: 51111' CIIA. DLEItS PASSAfiE: : : RATES.Cithiii.. ONLY INSIDE: ROUTE) : SERVICE:

the extrernest cold can make it freeze over. Kffurtlun between :Savannah; and Florida, connecting'
f, As f.ir as the chronicles: record, it has been AND DKAtf.RS IN Savannah! to ilayana..ji2 (1"1 !$4l50 at :Savannah with the tirst-e-lavs Steamships'

frozen over but six times in thirteen centuries )Fernandina to Havana..... :><;iio( HiO:\ ( ; Co. bar Sea York,
( ) :Steamship
I HAY, I I CORN, I I OATS, I I RRIC'K: I |LIME: | dc('.I I IA of the Oecan !
I; and for the seventh time in I!HU. In I Ji: 'k.onvtlletoIiavuti..24M' ; ( ) :H ft I1 also wit h I'liilailelphia, Ualtimorc and 1 JI,,!..
\ ISoO: it was:' frozen for six wl''ks.n event For !staterooms and tickets applv to LEVE: ; ton :Steamers.\

of such impoitince that happens! at most & ALDEN'S: Tourist Ollices.) GOI: XII sorrit.David .
but twice i in a century, was hltetl. t In tn all Savannah, (Ja.-(Corner' Hull and Bryan8trl.'t1 ( ClinkLeave ,
and ns the railways enable us to >\. H. A. CALLAN Agent :-a: nJl11lah...)1llie la.,' AftcrnoonThiin-(
.. through Europe in a compnrathcly short I'eruandina-Ignront; : Hotel. A. L. M ELLEN : day Altcrnoon.

space.of time, thousands hurried to the spotto ) 2-lf-lv.- __ ____ _.. h .__..___. _________________ -------- -- _- : ; Agent Arrive Fernandina.Tuesday 1 )Evening, I Friday -
:\ look upon the marvelous spectacle of so "l, LORIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD.JACKSONVILLE !I /"lONDENSED: :; TIME: CAlll I IJ : .Jac.ksolJ\"iI\-'orr1f'r\ ]H.iyand 1'iIiestreets. Evening.City I. .
r wide: an extcmc of brilliant spotless, deepgreen I A.I C.: LANPIIERE: : :, Agent.St. of JlrvlijftimLeave : -
; ice.1 In a single day: I there were sevenII' OF TIIK : Augustine-On) the Hay.: H. F. ARMSTRONG (. Savtnmth..Tuesday.lfternoon!; .atJlr.Ia
:, FLA., Starch( 10, 1570.! : ; :

f i :s extra lake of trains Constance.to the lake Our of friend Zurich skated and overall the On and after this! date Trains! on this Road .ATLANTIC, & WEST:; I\I)1 THANj _n _: Agent.. _. _'_h_ ____:iii-tf_ ._ ._ Arrive Furilaliiltln..1VetlnCSday', '\' Afternoon. Morning,

I -llrst, the lakes of Zurich and Xug, then will run as:, follows : j SIT: RAILROAD,
he went on with the railway to BI'l' l'nz. DAY I'ASSINIlRlixcrrr: ( : : UNItY.) 1 i PENINSULAR: :; UAILUOAI, AND FLORIDA : Noon.

'o. Here thousands of )persons walked on the Leave Jacksonville ..*. K0::! A. ;M. j ( II'ltlduJI'IIIICli ANDCUMIII1tLAND ,) :STEAM; : PACKET ('O Il'XY."nxnn Arrive I'aLdka..1Vedncshty !Evening.CIOIXO : .
I lake in a long procession! looking like an I
Leave Haldwin !11:10> :! .
: A. M. i ROUTE.In .
j enormous Hock of sheep. No one thought I : I SCHEDULE.The :. : N01ETII.
Leave I Lake City ..IICI::! \n. I -
of to the other of the lake !
I passing on parts City llriilijrtonTxave -
Leave Live 1:00 !
f no one considered that if there were any Arrive at Savannah 8:4.: i r.'. M i Effect( Fcfinuiry Jut, 18x0OOINO new Iron Palace !steamer I'111al kl1............Thursday' Aftcrnauia.IAave.TacksanviIhe .
: M.
t danger at all it muxtbeincrcasedbysomanynumbers ............Thursday: Sight
leave Savannah: KK( )
: : A. M.
standing on n single ,,spot. Our SOUTH. ST. JOHNS Leave F"I'IIJI1I1iIll..HUlllln:01',11I.! :\ :! ., Fridav.
friend crossed! quite) alone from! Hrcgenz to Leave Live Iir.: 1'1.; 1 Leave Atlanta, Oa................. ..;... 2.15.. M. Y Savannah..Monday\ Morning' Saturday :
Leave l Lake City 5.K:( ) r. M.Leave Leave Macon ........ ... .. ....
Lindati. He must have felt like the sovereign Ga .. ... 7.43 I'1.; 1.I Morning.Durid .
; of the beautiful inland scars he : Bal.I 7:0." r. M. i Leave Hrunswick: (.Ja................... i.lo A. 11.I \ Clllfk-
f thc lions which guard the port of Landau." Arrive at Jacksonville H:0.: > i>. M. 1 Arrive Fcrnandina, Fla..l0.1.j A. ;M.Leave Leave 1.'l''lIall.Hlla..Tu.1ay! Evening: Friday

1 u After short rest he again crossed the! lake, AIJ.XU( ENPKESS: ::: (D.ULY.) Fernandina.......................10.J5U:: A. M. !Evening.:

1 Arrive Baldwin Fla......... ........... l.li'i .
this time to Uobrscacb, then he skated onto Leave Jacksonville. .">::'iO \'. M.Ix'ave I'1.; ... Arrive Savannah.'Wednesday: : Night, Saturday
1 .
: FriedriclKivcu, to Uberlingen; and at last White House. (;:1'r: i>. M.Ixiivc \ i Leave Bah wlll Jacksonville: :.... I.:'JO i'.-M. -ii... 'V:1I.'Al'1' Night.
, reached Constance, where no one would believe Haldwin. 7:00: () r. M. Arrive JaeksurvillcCum.\ Route).. .J.IV: p. M. LEO: VOGEL, NOTE.-On both trips, :South and North,
I / h his: story or that he bad vrossed' alone _'" the David Clark willl'lllliit all way landings.
Leave 7 \ .
: The inhabitants of Constance were enjoying leave :Sanderson Iarhyville. 1'1:011'1.: > r. st. Leave H.iJdwin for Cedar Key....... 1.50 i*. M.\ Will leave Fcrnandina: for Jacksonville, Pa All trips\ terminating and .starting from:
) 3 : ; 1.I.l'u'e Arrive Waldo (Juhction. It. R) .. 4.111'.1\1.\ latka and intermediate landings St. Johns
J the same }promenade as t those of Hrcgcnl: along on Fcrnaudiiia connect vvith Transit Railroad
procession of people} who trod upon I 01 u1h'c..:. HJ: !: r. M. Leave \V all 10.......... ..................... 4.0: p. ;M.ArriveJainesville River, and :Savannah and Charleston as follows Express: Train to and from Jacksonville, and
I.l'ave11. Carrie. IIII':( : M. ; ........................ 5.17 r. M. :
interested : and from all
i each other's heels and seemed to he there with Steamers! to landings!
; Arrive Lake ............ {D:3)> :\ .
in nothing besides the fact that what City : r. ;\1.J.ea'c I i Leave Gainesville; ......... ............... o.'Jl) p. )t. From Fcrnandina' for Jacksonville and on the St.:; Johns, also to and from Gainesville

i5 scemel terra llrma under their feet was Arrive Live Tallahassee.. l':15 7:00: ( .A.. M.M. 'Arrive Cedar Key....................... IJ.II': \ M. PalatkaVednesday! March( :3, 10:111\:: ( M. WllleIo'Ilar Key, etc. Tickets are
crystallized water. Arrive .10:4.: 'i:, Trains to Jacksonville and North of Hald- 10, (0:30 j::; A. ;\1. sold through; to and from all the above
Albany : A. M.
', win daily. II 17, 10 A. M. points, and when Steamer City of Hridgetoiiruns ;
Arrive Savannah.......:. !tNA.51.: ; II "
OOIXU NOKTII. 21 I, 4 A. M. through between Savannah flllIll'alut-
Ekllt has/aceomplishad no more wonderful Ix'uve :Savannah -Io0:: r. M.IAUVC ;
gratifying result than the perfectionof Albany 4:00: r. M.; I:! Leave Cedar Key.......................... 4.15 A. M.\ (From Fernandina for Savannah and Charleston ka, pa!.o."l'lIgl'l'IIl1l:
an antidote! to the chilling signs I of approaching Leave 'Tallahassee 5:4": J'. M.Ixavc ;i Arrive Saincsville: ........................ H.41 A. M. Friday, March 5, 40::! I'. M.\ rail between' Fernandina and l Jackson

ago, J something to obliterate the Live 2t.'i.11.: \ :1 Leave (/lainesville........................ 8.50A.M.! Monday( 8, 8 A. M.\ ville..
) "
telltale youth to age. Hall's( HairHenewcrdoos Ix'iivc Lake ;'t:50:: A. al. :,, ArriveValdo ((1'. It. R. J III1C.)...... U.4S A. M. Friday, 12, 10:30:: A. !M. For :State-Rooms, Tickets and all other

ail this aturd its 'praise resoundsin Leave Mt. Carrie City 1:18: A. M.Ixiivc \ J.l'aveVultlo................................ O..V) ) A. !M. Monday, "" !">, 12:01':::<> !M. particulars, applyto' the following Agents .
cottage-ami The dwellers Olustcc 4:10 Arrive Haldwin............... '..........12.17 P. M. Friday, 1 11!), :3 1'. M. aural Offices :
palace.! among : A. M. I : "

+' I the snows of Norway and the peasants of Leave :Sanderson......................... 5:20:: A. !M.Ioave Leave Jacksonville ((Cum. Koute.11.15) A. M. Monday Friday; :20 22;, 9'iO:: 11'A.. !M.M. Havl1nllnh.Oa.-Cor.Puluski andScrevcn and House.Fernandina ( Bryan. Sts., I

sunny France and Spain, find use for it, and Darbyville. .):',i A. M.Ixavollaldwln 'I; Arrive Haldwin...... ....................\2.'M\ : P.M. Monday, 2!), 12 M. opposite! Fla. :At the Hotel
lint! means to !get it, and it does not disappoint 0:40;: A. !M.Ixave Leave Haldwiu. ..:.... ,........:.......12.40 p. M. Close connection made with steamers for and to (apt. Jno. L. Roumillat Agent. I
then The whitening locks again White ...... ........... 7:0. j
re- House \
} A. M. !; Arrive ..Fernandiia...................... .'!."10 1'. ;M. Mcllonville and Enterprise: also-with\ steamers Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Hay and Pine
; their youthful color the thin dry and! Jacksonville.................... 7rlO
suite becomes Arrive : A. M.! 1 Leave Fcrnandina....................... 3.4. J'. M. for Orklatvaha;, :liver; also at Savannah Sts., Dr. I.'EIIGlc'J; >4 Drug Store; ; A. C. LUII- .
faded hair bright and glossy. The On Mail ami Express: Train Sleeping Cars Leave Hrunswick........................ 8.00 p. M. with stcainers fur.Sew York, Philadelphia, phere, Ticket Agent ; A. I.. Hungerford,
i whole appearance is changed! if t h,' magic I run through to and from Jacksonville and t Leave Mucon...................... ......... 8.40 A. M. and Haltiniorc, muMit Churl' (-!
and the man or woman, who, before was :Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping) Cars run I, Arrive Atlanta, (..a....................... 1.13 I'. M. for New York Iha'ton, l'hilnll'lphialIaltilllorl : Augustine; I.'ln.-On the Hay, R. J.'.
called: aged, now upjH'ars as one in thc prllIcof through to and from Jacksonville and Talluhus.scc. Trains to Cedar Key and South of Raidi \ with Northetistern and :South Carlo- Armstrong, Agent.;

tin of life. Such wondrous changes cannot pass I i win daily except Sunday lina Railrouels for routes North, East and Palatka, Fla.-Lilicnthal Hrothers A;; Co.,
unnoticed and they have produced unprecedented -
.i demand that now exists for the I"ImXIHX.1'Xl'm': ::: s, (DAILY.) !! PENINSULAR RAILROAD, West. A ('lIti1l.-

\ first and only article ever compounded that IeaveJacksonville..... ................11:15: A. M. ( \\\nldo\ Jinmch.) FIRST-CLASS: 1'\-!''' I.mm'l.: .'() DIO- fJUSTAVE: : LEVE.icncral :.
; (;
can produce them in pleasing and I satisfactory Arrive Haldwin. :: () i*. M. DATIONS.: Passenger Agent
Arrive Fernandina..........'. :3:40 :| GOING SOUTH. W. F. HARRY, .
manner.-Xctv Km, \\\'wnl\ twk III.Ayer's : J' M. Tickets and Staterooms set-ured
j' Leave Fernandina.10'iO:: A. 1\(. ',, I"'llve'a1010 Junction................ (i.OO; A. M.I and Through all information/; furnished at office General Agent Savannah;

Leave Bahl win. 1:20:: i*. M.\ I Leave Hawthorne( ........................ 7.40A.M. Centre and l'f.'onllll'trcl't corner J. N. HARRIMAN,

Arrive Jacksonville 2:.'*> r. M.Piussengcrs \ ,!,i Arrive Lochloosa........................ 8.10 A. M. _:20. yST. C. A. MOVES. --11_----' -.- -Manager.---... -
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: for Fcrnandina and Cedar Key i. UOINU OItTU.I MALLOUY'S
take this train. No train from Baldwin tuCl'llar :1 Leave Lochloosa.........................10.00 A. M. MAitY's niviie: IMCKIT.
; I Leave Hawthorne........................10.45 .\. M.
b. | .\1'1'10'ultlo Junction................12.15 p. M. LINE.
x *.-At Haldwin with A., G. ttW. i I Trains from Waldo to Lochloosu and return

I. T. It. R., for Vdar Key, Gainesville ,,1 Tuesday, Thursday and :Saturday.
and Fernandiua, and all points North and ,
West ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Albany, 'I I CONNECTIONS.ATLANTA.: '::'1>;1 Only Direct Line to New York.

Savannah, and all\ points North and West ; I r HTI .UmJlI"LOIU,
_/ at Jacksonville\ with St. Johns River Steamers. i Close connection is made at Atlanta. Ga.:, 1'lm

j. s. MCELROY, I to and from all points North, East West and CAPT. JOHN RICH"\UDSON,
W M. DAVIOSOK, Muster Transp'n. Northwest

< u erintendent. .___ daily.AT MACON\ OA., WILL RUN ON THE ST. MARY'S R1V

With Trains for Eufaulu, Columbus.Ga., er during the season as follows :
\ :r'LAGG'S; Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans. I.l'Il'c4T.: MUIY'H EVERY MONDAY and

Hair Vigor AT FEBNANPINA, FLA., FERN: 1I1Sand; will leave FERNANDINI
: GETS KAKD. With New York and Fernandina Stcam-
CAN as MADI Axt SiuKsam La11aD. LAn same days at 8 a. m., for CAMP PINCKNEY WESTERN TEXAS,
Twice AI Lo.o.CVBH : ship Line from New York on Wednesday, at and all. intermediate landings on the river.

FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS 1Ieal8l :oei vitlOnt ruaiAl the 8yttem.: I 10.W; u. in., and for New York on Friday, at Returning EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY CITY OF AUSTIN,
\ I 'J.40: p. in.; from Nassau, :;. P., on Wednesday will arrive at ST. MARY'S at 5 p. in.,
NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. 1 1! ; for Nassau N. P.. on Wednesday. touching at FERNANDINA. CITY OF DALLAS. f
f tsT | With Georgia and Florida llIllUltl'tl'al1l- On WEDNESDAYS: and SATURDAYS

IT Is a most agreeable dressing, whichis liter Complaint, wTpr i iII i boat Co. from:Savannah on Tuesday, Wednesday will leave ST. MARY'S at 8:30:: ( a. in., and can STEAMER OF THIS: LINE WILL

at once harmless and effectual, for pre EQt 71a, IxT.pal Friday and Sunday ; for Savannah on be chartered for excursions to A (leave FERXAXMNV EVERY: THURS/

I serving the hair. It restores, with the ennl; ia, PAD. ? t Tuesday With ,Charleston 1
gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray, rerTODSlltSS.Rhtllm&tism, City Point) from Savannah and Charleston other points of interest' in the vicinityof Florida at 3 p. in.

light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep : Wednesday and Suml.iv; Savannah: and Fcrnandina. This hue having no transfers to make

t'; black, as may be desired. Dy its use thin Ccstivrnfss, Charleston With Steamer' Monday Flora anti dailv Friday.to and from St. between Jacksonville and New York, otters
Kill or Ladingby the best and cheapest
; transjiortation to Flor
t> hair is thickened, and baldness often Female 1z1 : Mary's, Ga., and semi-weekly to and' from ida bhippers.Oranges .

though not always cured. It checks fallingof \Weikness, St. Mary's River Landings.AT MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all will receive special/ care in handling -
jwints on : Mary's.Close
the hair immediately, and causes a new I Sick 1 Cltnoat@tsdacht I U BVLDWIX FLA., .

growth in all cases where the glands are I! ; I With Trains for Live Oak,Tallahassee, and Connectionmade PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS ARM
all points in Middle and West Florida.AT E1KST-CLASS.:
not decayed ; while to brashy, weak, or TheM Fed l\ire all Dlsrt.e Absorption.. No : with the New York and Savannah The
NoxIOus 1'ills.OiU.nr JVonouj MrdlcinnarUk LOCHLOOSl, FLA., traveling public are offered the advantagen -
otherwise diseased hair, it Imparts vitality Into(ha Stonnch. The l'uh are worn over the fit I: With Steamer .tl oha for all paints and I Steamers.: Mark all"goods of Steamer of a DIRECT LINE:, WITHOUT
of tlw Moroach. envt't'lnll the Groat Nerve ('rntnn, Flora, Fcrnandina. ANY CHANGES.
and strength, and renders it pliable. a l-1 0 the Liver and Stnmach. A gentle Vrei-tabln landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular Connection made at
It\anici f ahiorbedIntnthecircalatlonof I t fl I\l0000hn'l I Railroad Train. GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PASscngers. Jacksonville with all hteamlxiats for all
The Viaou cleanses the scalp, cures andprevents Liver purify inn the Blood ttimulatlnic the].1 v,-rnnj Excursionists and Tourists will on the St.: John's, (Ocklavyaha) and
ki3nrys: la healthy action. and ftrrnmlx-uinK" thebLxna AT GAINESVILLE, FLA., Indian
the formation of dandruff and htodigrstfoo4. f'Blci or J'p $L AND () i tindthb a very attractive trip, as the scenery Rivers and with the Transit IUil-
; rrH.. ton) a r ALL DRvaciiTi.or aect by VlaU With State Line for Ocala and Tampa on is grand and alligators and other game are I'Uatlllt Fernandina for all railroad btatiom
1 by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing *> F.xPrftl.laul1factul'fd: < MondayVerlntsilay I and Saturday ; from abundant.For in Florida
) at 89: & 41 NoBTU LlBMTT St.
properties, it heals most if not all of the ...&."..0.1:. .Vic.UOltSEY. I Ocala and Tamnu Tuesday Friday and Sun. further information apply to

and diseases to the scalp A CO. Agents, I day. JOHN RICHARDSON, FREIGHT: AND PASSENGER: RATES
humors peculiar ,
25-tf LINES
f ___ __,_ _____ :
it cool clean and soft under ___ .__ u -
keeping 33-Gm Fcrnundina! Fla. i With Tami a Steamship! Co.'s Line for m

which conditions diseases of the scalp and Tamju and Jlauatjo Monday und Thursday, FOR KENT.SEVERAL j*Through Rates and Hills of I.nJirJg
1IETRO1'/LITAN I> I M X Ci I I Wot and to all points,
for I
hair are impossible.As II at 4 p. ni., and Key Sunday NICE ROOMS FOR RENT ,JJ
-Stoamers of this f
v<* ROOMS !I Thursday, at 0 p. m. CITY MART of Cen I.ineMaiI direct from .
corner Y.
and Havana Fast FERNANDINA! to NASSAU! :
With the United States I'. under
a Dressing for Ladies' Hair (Oppose the Post Office) |!i Mail Steamer .Idminil for Key West, Havana, tre and Third Streets. contract with the Bahamas Givt'mmeul ,

is It Is color Cuba, on arrival of rptcial'Frail, every Tuesday Also the second story above Messrs.; S'deUt and are the only steamer that land at the .
The VII, IIOniRK, PEOPBICTOU. i I afternoon, at 4.30 p. m. From Havana, Bro., l'Omersb and Third Streets.M. pier in >a>sau.R. .
less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will \. I' Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Si>('- })OW .:Y. W. SOUTHWICK Agent

t not soil white cambric. It imparts an PKIVATK AND TRANSIENT HOARDINO.Ik vial train to t'onnett.1Vitlt 3.t: ( In the City Mart. Fernandina-'
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Agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an \KD IvE-VSOXABLE. No pains SJUiriHl to Steamer Enttruritt; for points on the C. II. )i.I.1.0RCO.: .,
toilet it is economical and suit customcni. 17-3m II Suwaunee Rive-r, on Hairs-days at U a. m. JAMES MrGIFPI.V, __Pier a) Eo!>t laver New York. 2-tf
article for
-- -- ---- routes rates
For information respect| ig AND I1UILDER
unsurpassed in its excellence. j' :>'O [ .-There will be a regular l'OJII I etc., apply to CONTRACTOR Dr. ARTHUR t.'. FORD,
I n municution of Amelia Lodge. No. 47, A. O. MvcDONELL: ,
.( Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., F. A: A. M., on Monday evening, February I' Gen'l Ticket and l"a.sIi.jt."ut.. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, DENTIST,

ChemUU.Lowell 234: at 7} il'e'lotkbharp. Transient brethrenare D E. MAXWELL.. Oen'l Supt. 21 FERNANDINA, FLA.
f F Practical and Analytical fraternally invited to atU'iid.V. --- Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua

Mass.. F. SCOTT, W. M. UHSCRIHE TO THE MIRROR. $2 PER Orders and estimates from a distance carefully
j'l s attended to. 25-tf H tf
11 for six months. FERNANDINA
cow ar .u.L IUU10CiUT. KTEBTWOXBK. JOUN \. AViiiTNEY, Secretary. annum ; FUL


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