Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00058
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 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: UF00054505:00058
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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f "......;.}}.''-:.,-..,", -I near the :depot; of the :Jacksonville I Pensacola : INCKK\SI.NU: :' I Ultnlt\ Aumv.\ts.-Thear- Till: H7ATIJK 1'ALAVi$ :. SI'/u.uI: vouitT- (l' ri.oittiht.: t. .I i

.. 417" ')I';,;;' and Mobile[ railroad.: The power u' ed rival of immigrants at New York continues TIIK LAST .\TT.; "'T TO HIM. TILE IV\n.' -The 1F.\OSOT TO im'ISIONS: : 'VNU.vnY TKRM.Alexanders. :i'

;_ '."..1 bY tloS BOR.tY in driving the machinery i is. supplied by a on an extensive: scale and the indications: murderous conspiracy of the Russian Nihilists : Merritt. Appellant\ vs. Wilbur .

;, :i' I[ lazily lounge in my large easy chair; forty-ho e power engine, which i is amply are that the stream will increase rather than \ against the life of the Kmpcror: Alexander : F. Jenkins and Sarah I'.. Jenkins, his wife, ,

,? ;ji I gaze far away into transparent air; suflicicnt at present, but which will not diminish There were landed at Castle Garden 11., and t their most recent attempt' to HIpf11l'ltA from the Circuit
:met I! dream of the future I think of the Court Jackson county.U'mtrntt .
:' l li:; past, answer the increasing: trade of the proprietor, on Monday[ a total of :2,170! immigrants, destroy His :Majesty, with the members) of .1.
:, $! dreams take and
: J,My shape are present atM )[T. Alex McRmgall, in a "l'arOr two. Connected of whom 1,187 came by the Inman steamer, I the Imperial family by the explosion) ; of a 1 Upon remanding a cause to the circuit

:' ..." last.I with the factory is a gin-house, which City \f Merlin, that being the largest) number charge of dynamite beneath the dining C'Itt. after the judgment) of this court reversing

:: .t.,,. (* see the bright lustre ot dark winsome eyes; contains an eighty saw gin, capable': ginning of any one vessel !since 1873: when the Kjitptbrought ; > I saloon in the Winter Palace: at St. Petersburg its decree) it I Is lot essential that the
circuit court enter formal! r.ll'f1'lt..
Ii. ,,r>' : I watch the black cluster! of curls fall and ten bales of cotton per day.: The pin is 1-IOO.\ Among those now arriving continues to be a subject of painful ting its previous Illll.1 decree aside I (

,'Jr;1\$....." ti rise ; run by a t velve-hore power engine. The t there are a I large) number of Irish peasantry I (merest. Thl'illh'T Palace at St. Petersburg I 2. A decree being reversed and. 1 CI1Il

tti4 The! sensitive lips! in tenderness move proprietor hIll: o fixed up) a grist mill with who it is: observed are mostly provided with built in the reign) of the Empress: Kliz-: having been fl'II\\h.I. with directions to

I"lrx\: .\ The vision's substantial, I know whom I love. a grinding capacity of one hundred and tickets for points in the West. There are abet lion the plans of Count' Hast: rel!I, between take an account II'twel'1 trustee and mini
"'I the years 17M and 17ti2!, Is of colossal I I proportions gun trust, the court, in making time order of !
:: A gentle caress, the touch of a saint, twenty bushels daily, using! one-fourth of also I an unusual l number of Hollanders, and ) and) very .simple architecture. The reference" should do more than simply use

A thrill that's ecstatic, a struggle but faint. the power of forty-horse ('ng tH:-TMnhaser among the rest there are l 1S: more of thestarvln" )palace i is 400. ) feet square' and its inmates the general language of the mandate of this: j I
number non\( >\0 when the C/.ar' is in court in order. The ( should I
> Pet riot. Hnmrarians.. who will have: to beprovided persons: 'hal'llo
+ The love which I cherished but would not
1 y at least directions .
give allowances .
residence.!' It i is built on the left bank of the:
betray, ausmiAL IXTKLLWLXCKTIIK t. for in some way. Neva. In front there is: a large open) !space' : and charges should be allowed the l 1. t

3. Is urged from its night into resplendent day. TIIK mail steamer City',111'1! ,., due since called! the 'Palace Square' in which! stands: parties, and should declare the trust

lighter constructed(l to convey Cleopa: Sunday has not yet arrived.! The delay: has Alexander's (Column, a monolith I of red granite : :U. An executor and trutC'1 Is entitled in
But the air which I in with with the crului treat and )
gaze isdark'ning l'ij.thlIh.t high On t the right of the accounting gee legatee
tra's Needle thence b, New York has been been occasioned. the surf the
) probably by on to credit for her of
clouds ; palace: i is Peter's Square, which 1'0111111; the I proportion
successfully launched, and i is now being bar of I he St. John's Uiver. At all\ times this celebrated slat tie of Peter the ( ireatand the the taxes chargeable lI proll'f the trust estate
My[ feelings! wrapping themselves t their
towed into Alexandria. bar is very uncertain, and it unfortunate Field of Mars, I parnde. -grouh'llarge) enough and paid by hint
shrouds ; for 40,000( ) men to mamcuvre the I I. Where several things! !such as: bonds .1
The vision has vanished, its presence i is gone, Tim : mealy bug, which has infested the for us that, while the steamers: call: at sumany n east side of the palace I is the h Km II press!I Oi('lthl'rilll"1 and l lands, are subject to the same trust in

1 sit in the ilight-l'm left quite alone. orange tree the past: year, a correspondent of \ places: involving under the hot 1 possible :
the New York Tribune; say*, maybedestroyed conditions certain amount of detention, nected with itbvacoM'rcd wav.: Thepalacois from ''ihT the bonds or the lands: may bn I '

A dream of the past. A dreamt I nothingmore by water, in which a few drops! of ammonia .laeksotn'illeshnttidalso: i\ 1 be added.. Of course, i four !stories high, or about) eighty feet ; the I)the trustee to the payment of the I
both cither.
frontage is 4.V> feet in length, in breadth: ; >i> ta'1")1 '
have \been potired. we can have no objection to Jacksonville: feet The principal' entrance" or dcsambassadcurs joint and l'\'I'rnlloto of husband I
Experience has lessons: that burn the heart'score ", and would. rather the steamers Ilrrlll ) and wife the
A SPECIAL from Winchester, ),y., says: that prefer calling i.s from the Neva, and leads( i wifl'llil a legatee and I
; there but for the great! ditlleuUy, in fact the by a magnificent flight of marble steps to tho rrftttl rune trust, i.s: h'l'1 tho trustee ns such, :.
You think all i is safe because! its sl'rl'II'l'The Hen Johnson, a young; negro, arrested there impossibility. at certain times, and for considerable !state aprtll'lIt of \ (''. A gateway (he being 11:41 executor,) for the joint use of
for an attempt to outrage t a respectable young in If building, facing Alexander's the land belonging to the trust tII.1 the reasonable -
p.. vision:< departed,1ul so will your queen.] lady. was: taken from jail yesterday morning )periods, of vessels: gettiugaerosstimeliar COlUll, opens into a large court Thomost pr'IUlplf1!' in the case I is that the
Orange Luke Fla. which it is credit because of the t
of the river on : situated. :< magnificent apartments are the throne responsibility
by a crnw.lof thirty men and hung to n tree .
There arc several I lots, of tomatoes in from room. of Peter I., w I'f'the diplomatic corpsccnerally of the \ili'11.1 the relation of 1C'Ja.
in the jail yard, where his: body was found t their tee and. ( her :
STATE XEIVS.WE present congratulations! on 'X'I'ltof Il1cl trl..h'I' l'ltatl'
Harbour Island and Klculthera, which !have
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next morning. New Year's day ; the Whit Hall ; the hall equity chargeable with the note.II. .
informed. who been sent to meet the City of( Dullnn, and of St. George, a parallelogram of i 110 fed bv In such case, she being 1 debtor to tie t
by gentlemen
are saw
ST. Ijouis sends out telegram that her
n : which we fear, will bo decayed and unlit t tl'< 00; ) feet ; the gallery of the fielddlurshaiiaml trust estate. cannot wihhol.t. from the trust i
and handled the article, that a thin film of new' city directory shows increase of 7,210 estate that which the
an ; : Alexander at
ship by the time she arrives. All this (Is (Gallery, and a suit ut's''It'n' "II' : HII sametime
ice was formed, this morning in Urookl'II.It names over the number printed last year, did. halls filled with marbles! malachites: : have all that I is coming to her. A legatee

i is probable that crops have been' injured and that, by the usual ratio of people to itname most discouraging to growers of vegetables, vases( and I pictures. The palace is perfectly i Is not entitled to her legacy while she retains
extl'lIt.-VII'm.; and') in the I long run must )lead them to cease accessible o every one, and t there are. three in her own bands: I part of the fUJI l T
to some which she claims to be correct, the cultivating them, as they cannot afford l snch l'lIlralHI':4.: one for the l Mmpcror, one in the out of which her own and other legacies: arc
Muon[ A. J. KrssrxL has !severed his connection whole number of names: in (the directoryshows centre--ime rub rr d'lioHfiirand one on the to bo paid.t

with the n'r:,., which for the past:< : the total population' of the city to be constantly i recurring losses, as these 111.1which side of the Hermitage, for ordinary purposes. 7. 1 In I'tatill; his!. account, tho master, in I
are occasioned. generally: by detention, The (C/ar: has his apartmentsuii tore. llrst:< !Moor case of : ( should. allow Interest
year hehassucceededinmaking 1 very lively I over 510,000.) of!Ite:1I11Cf.Y, 7Ywr., MirrhJf.uKXiut.iL / ;. and In the the \\'ilh'f 01 Palace that I up to tie date of his f'I"IIIIII.1. the decree

and interesting paper. Mr. 'J. A. Whitney, I WHO ])II M' CONSOUTION.: : -There die.1 of overlooks l'ol'lwr.1 l'11.1 Admiralty., ThoKmpress I should. bo for the balance found due by the

tl1ll'lIte.lroulI lawyer of Jacksonville! will consumption in New York in 187! four snx\Kit 11'1IT11CR : :< inhabits: the other corner.'and I between master, with Interest from time date of the rl'f f
tore two is the not for a sum equal to tie f,
family -roont, I
succeed the editor.
Major' as: thousand. three hundred. and IlKCOKit.
fortythrcept'r5nn5 -
which had hO\\'l'\'rI"'I'1 deserted': since the 111 I 1110 by the 11\"Ih'f with interest
MR. II. H.. SMITH, of Fruitland, Putnam : ; 1oIfHlIIl'riC'an:4:
county, whose::: place is within quarter of a mans: :I sr> of other foreign nationalities and) the olllce of Treasurer of t the United. States! !I, as alr.'aoItltt'o.! in a !smaller room over the I 8. In stating an account between trustee
: and.I six i and. rntnl (rust of this: character, charges
mile of Dot) Yakob," the'grocer's orall.w'ro"l' ) JK:) lIe rOl'S. Of domestic !servants 201 died, hhl'l'lI now a resident of Florida for some Iaro.rolu.t liI' o'clock' the t/ne {
by the trustee< should bo first .
and the (Irand: .I : )
t'/ar C/arilJ 1111.1 Ih'dllt..tI
sent the first! crate of cucumbers! to 1)2!): clerks, :2-U! \ laborers, lio: merchants, 4"shoemakers > years He is one of the most careful :and accurate Alexis, Scrgiusiind. 1.11. meet for ii 1111'tllrr I the Interest due UI'OI the I'J'y( up i

Philadelphia: which netted him $-0.40! ; the dressmakers!) SIbar-teuders, observers.! At the request "f Dr.French 1\1.lllillr. TIl ( '/al'l'w: ldlllll the (IrandIMiko tho date of the charge. I If the ,c' exceeds -

second) one netted, $17';)">. Heat this if you 21. bakers, :2 actors 17 brewers, 81 carpenters, commissioner of the bureau of immigration ) Yliidiincr, who are both married, have : tho Interest t, the difference i.s to be applied .
to tore circle to the amount of the legacy duo, and
1'111.Vllitll/. and 81 'artl11l'n. Since 1825: l,7fil)|!) persons of Florid(1l'IWI'II( Spinner:: furnished general, but. ill\.itatols member join of Imiierial t tlio family tho balance will constitute the new principal.

TUB Palatka J 'r.ld labors certainly under have died,I in this city, 1 l.2Hper: cent of them him with a record of observations! wait till tll'Irl' lildl'l. :1 x covers arc If tl charge Is less: the Interest remaining

a mistake! in saying: ; that the value of )1,11\1111I of consumption.ANOTiiKnSormnnx. of the temperature fIr the year commencing; always 'I (! service is performed by t not added. to tho prlwlpal. but thoold l

.' April 1, ld/ ). and ending Murch :\1 l, 1 1880.: three French iiiiiiti-rn d'ltiittl who relieve! each principal fl'lIIall1 and) eXl'I'R"1 of interest 9
Florida I has, not been t advanced. h 1' the construction COTTON:t 1 .1sTnY. -lnlllidcuce other The ofJeut of the I I.s added to the interest to bo ascer!
: explosion
railroads.. It is, in fact, the only I in i southern t cotton! factory enterprisesis TIll full tables, tlsr t u 1mo m1t ifllll'f will publishin :< l'VI'f'was lilrtllirht destroy:< Imo guard. -ruont, kill I tail"t 1 1i .

reason why they have not, "since fie: war, evidenced. by the subscription' within the the new edition. of the Florida. pamphlet.We and wound llflv-thrco soldiers remaining I, "II'fo the trustee and executor hnl.11
here the .statement there all'guard, \break t through the sides, of the note of tho cntiti true trust and legatee.
publish general only,
gone down to nearly nothing. If the railroads last two weeks, of $200,000) the maximum:
the roof; and lift and .dlsl'llIlo tho which note is less than lie amount due till ,
) to be discontinued ho would amount of stock for the erectionof believing that it would be of Interest to our 'ulll'o II
I were very proposed, (alum' dining-rnum In two places corresponding legatee, tl prlHlpallllc! Interest due from II l
soon "see, a reduction\ of values. a cotton factory at Spartansburg:< South' readers, specially:< ) strangers visiting\: here : with the gaps in the t'anltrsl roof I the I. wc. and from this

Carolina. The people of that thriving little S1ttnlax.It'ul: ( : : ; )%ill. :Mean: Av. below. :Moreover, t the dining table was I the principal and Interest note is deducted
L\ST afternoon\ about three o'clockthe
Sunday : tipriug..75J3 t lil.in! is.oj; damaged. as: well as part of tae ccilng, and l Tho balance is the amount due.
stable on (Ceneral; J. .J. Diekison's: farm inland: city promptly subscribed! ) $111),1100( Summer.......si.OH\ 7.VJ7: 711! ,I IN) t the large central t 1'al.II.I'r was t thrown HI'I'll'l TlVl'TI.t. 1

near town, discovered to he on fire. .\ and Charleston capitalist: invested $.10(14", ). Autumn.7.;.0.;' OI.O'J\ iKi.iK! !) d"WI, time gas-pipes ; hrll'I. and the I ,1. I F. 1.CJ.II. llnselliiT appellant ; I).

number of persons !soon arrived, but could in the enterprise. (Orders for the machinery Winter .........m.m!! ) ftt.n': :) iil.l" rooms being In darkness until fresh lightswere I I L. lcKIIIOI, ii' d!ll_ for.. appellees,
For .:! J.ID Itif.21)1LIHi: ) ;! '
not save the building, which was quickly have been put till. The factory is to.. contain 1 Highest f temperature' July 11. tr.u.:) brought. I John "". Price. Appellant, vs. A. P. Price 't

consumed.. .\ large: amount of forage) and 7,000 spindles and O looms! Lowest t It'IIIll'ratlJrl'o'lIIlwr) 21 I, :'IT.Mercury TALKXT. I and wiftuAllprliets-Appeal from Alachua.
reached !K)9() but eleven times during 10.1 county.Iliniliilt: .
several consumed. PKEVF.NTIOX-
farming implements: were : : or Foltlanltt: the el\l'ral For several months of
the past, one our young (J. : I
only the horse \ wagon beingsaved. The court of thedirectorsof the ]Hank of I Kngland: ; year.Mercury fell\ Iclll11)0) but seven times 11'haI /' has! lHl'l engaged, in ""i.IiIl a Payment of the purchase price of land,

iitsubuutIiyehundreldullars.! The origill on :March 1L., the Governor announced, in during the year. rather novel I water craft which for t the want upon I porn) agreement to ('OI"'Y. no other j

of the fire is unknown.. -Quinry llmiM.A m t the course of a discussion Oil the subject of The general, in his letter says : "I was of a better/ ho has! designated, Iah'T act being done by cither party under agreement I
more comfortable here in regard: toexees:<..ive J:111 11 lot enough' to take tho case out of ,
L.vnur. quantity: of walnut, intended. for forgeries, that the tlir'I.t..rl4hu.1. been in communication heat than in any summer fin-lit, in Washington 'clocipelr'I-t: 'lhiJ about it i.s! MI exceedingly the statute of frauds, and n court of equity

shipment tj: K'.irop: ; ? by Messrs[ : Keyser, Ju- with experts: for some time, and or Mohawk", my home in northern ;New simple, that we think a somewhat cannot decree a siiecific (performance.

: dab t Co., i is again to he seen piled l at the they believed that they hail,l at last hit upon York. detailed description will be of interest I I Decree reversed.Thrasher .'
t check which 1 would. be People who have never lived. here throughIjie Davis Hampton, (: for J
u proof against for ,
railroad, near the old turn table. This: wood p whole cannot understand tiscomiiosed I I 1 oftwtairIigmtclgarslmnpellzinc I I appellant ; Thus. I F. King, "Ullsc ui ,
i.s: brought by rail from, Tennessee, and is of gery. The new check Is not quite ready\ for summers are year pleasant and comfortable.why: The our : c'lilll'T.nine feet MX Inches, in lenght pdlees. I'

huge dimension" Although: cut into short use, but will soon be put out. The ]Hank of Atlantic: breezes by day from the east t. the I from point to point, securely tJ"f'I.lparal' C.! O. Ilinvotll. Aplclallt O. P. Cooper,

lengths: all the pieces are of great thickness' Kngland: has succeeded, almost preventingthe Gulf; breezes by night from; tin west, and the I each lel to each other live feet I four hHll apart ': ( ., deceased.)
capableof II two
Ilhllil ;': "ll' Appellee-lppt'ul' from Duvul Circuit
trade winds( have cooling influences which Illuln't
:some in fact appearing to be more than t thirty coiiiiterfeitlnii\ of its notes. 11nleriteun.l I pounds, : ; upon tIMe are four mm Court.'
freshen; the Suit )
: atmosphere' I !--
inches ill diameter. This cargo; when shipped; I .\ RIVAL of the Mammoth cave: has been Hint I'rctt. which cross attached l ; In the cen /1,1. (?J. :
tre U a large paddle wheel of rather
will be the I'Il'l'on.t sent out this: season by the discovere-I ne'ir: Hopkinsville, Kentucky Apcrfe'ct eonstrtuti11n time the testimony and rlllj"of 1 refe
1I'O.JI1.V 1.VlJ Ir' IIISKIP, upper part of which i.s: rl'ltHT'1 ujMin u trial hll, !in an
above tirm.-l'tn " prevent are brought by bill of
ullol lt Ilw. up ('X-
The lower house
THE mail steamship'ettrn\\ Terns, Mines described existing in it. A hl'lIItifullilrest: of the C-onncctient legislature ; the occupant being splnsheil ; I little t to l'l'l'tlols.l:4: in other (:'1"1'14. they cannot' Iw
have passed:< u hill allowing \\omcn to the rear of the centre is the seat, the wheel considered error assigned. thereon.
of |
lapidodendrons' forty feet high tree ferns UpOI
commander arrived here ; ,
on Sunday morning
vote, under! the. same restrictions! us IIIl'lI. being;; Il'l'ratltlly the feet lrl'llly like the Judgement affirmed.M. .
last from New York via Jacksonville, mosses and other cryptogamie !lora exists: : in common tho being C.
involving the liquor tratlie. Whatever veulp"l' only JorllU counsel for appellant ; C, P.
bringing; ;: the usiiil mails, a small quantityof abundance Marine shells and the fossil:; remains : maybe that Cr ('ru"1'i'c'o o.orates| time CoojN-r, for np|>ellcc.
the m..Ijl'l.tluII urged; against women having rudder wheel. The wholeap- C'OIIll
resembling monkeys iWlh'lltU
and She sailed
freight sixty
; passengers. been found, the of equal/ rights with men at the pulls, there parutus (. 11' 'lIIlh'h'ly ruder ('ulltrlu.1 an King Curry, Plaintiff in Irror. vs. The
by explorers this
again for New Yurk'b )<\'rnan.lilla'l'St..r. : cave. NtuteIf
I can be but little' doubt that the gentler hex ordinary Friday night, the Florida Defendant I I : ) -Writ
day evening at nine o'clock taking seventy- Three different routes have been gone IIn'TI moon being full, our young friend l concludedto "f Frror: )Hrevurd,l county, Seventh (Circuit.

three ut.... 'ngcr5and; : the following freight; : to a distance of eleven miles.: The main avenue : have the highest! moral right; to effective give his water craft L trial, and wits MnrPris'dattheremarkablespee.luttainwl 1 dot {Vtilkriitiuryh, J :
has averagetvblih, of witha I expression' of opinion) on the business of retailing : I He 1. When the place of trial is changed from ,
an !sixty fl'l.t.
and -H tierces
hbds ,
411 I sugar ex-brigt..fy; ; liqiiorx and the privileges" and restrictions was busy Y'tl.tay making L few final I alterations lute (county to another, I must be done in
70 bales sllmtge,19'! crates: tomatoes: 32 barrels height of forty. under! which ( ull give L public l'xlll.itol the manner provided law, in order to
trade be
the "shall con
3 half barrels: and 3 boxes: fruit, 8 barrels JUIKJE II. H. HUOWN: of the United States II.twell )llrkl.t dock and H'Ht'I'W'1VIIaf' give the court }held (in thecuuntywhere'such i
ducted. Were liquor' lI"l..IIIIII)' when ncccs.. at 11 o'clock this has intimated trial 1 M had of the and
lu"rill case, ud&Iroc.lilj'
IWI'I jurisdiction
shells and $5S7' In specie.-A'oM'JwfJV.( Circuit Court at oiiLsville! Ky., filed on I !
nary, women would exhibit but little interest that HOle of our young t"utlll : { limit appear in the rl'elnt.
/'.) 7iuux, March 11.TileOraugeC.untyItep. ul'iniun't..II1L"'lay in the suit of Comincr- in the )subject but the truth i.s: that the (intend giving; him 1 raee. The night willeertuiimlybe :, WI'l'l' the judge is: of the opinion that

rtrrhasurmallear- ford to enjoin the jmstmoMer at I/iui.sville: drinking custom 1 is in the great majority of worth seeing. -,S'< /Ilo/l \twn.or It Is I hllr-.I.tkatll' nr 11'SII.lil'lt tit f.rt I
cases without excuse whatever and I that grand jury in county, for reasons; men
ticle the homestead suggesting" some from detaining; letters: addressed to his: lottery any : any
on ; ; under Instructions from the woman, whether wife, mother, sinter or .\ X,"'tl.II-: M. du Aniusat t"III.lln 111J-'hulh'r l.'i: section 11, of clmpt
modification of the requirements of the law j IMnto@lcedepartment. sweetheart i.s: the )principal sufferer by the '; > to make it lawful for .
flits :
t in regard to proof)f resilience. The Hfjtor' The derision holds that the overstimulation in which weak men indulge accompanied Knipcror' to Prussia and he the grand jury of any other county !in the

ttr that the larger j'ortion of the home seizure of letters addressed to lotteries is unauthorized with no luossildeexruit'( In (:Connecticut asin wrote to his wife that during (he Knipcrer': same circuit to Indict any JXTSOII., for anyolrt'nePvinmittirl
say by act of Congress: that the every other state there-are thousands of stay at Herlin the Prince of Hulzfcld, who (in the t'rnmntylirst mentioned
"tea.ll'ntril'= in that county have been madeupon any : ; women, rich and jxwir. whoxj lives are being had: remained there, and who, said the bulletins ( in said l ll'.ti"u, such opinion if the
} lands SIt barren and unproductive that Mistmaster is liable to suit for damages and literally destroyed bv hu,hinds that drink .' hail l accepted. the jxM of governor," judge) lhoul l )IK' ('rimhMMhmml In an order and

they would be worthless: fir any field) crop, that the remedy (is (legal, not equitable} and tIIIIII\I'h ; thousands others sutler inorj' I kept up I secret correspondence. with the 1:1101: urtll n'l'uliin! the case.
utilized the motion for injunction (is ttwr'f"reell'nif'lI" luau death (in the rohherv of themsfltcsund" King of Prussia, in which be gave Judgment reversed 1
and can only be by planting out orange and, the liIIlli"'lIIioll1. their children by the vile appetite that diverts I counts if the movements of thc arlY.fullc K.: K. Foster and John W.) Price, counsel '

trees; that the | arties not would he able i the greater (q'tortion of the family earnings of his htc'Jai(Intercepted and the KIIIM: |le. I for plaintiff (in error; .Attorney-general Haney -

I:4 to i ermanently live upon the lands: while the I Ir has been ascertained as a result of the ( from It* )proper) i ur| os!;. To unv of fur gave ur.II'J ,r his arrest and trial beforea counsel for the! .

trees are growing; and I are forced to seek employment I recent election* (in Jreat; Britain, that the these tin village rum .>ho|'" appear| | (in their military court. His wife, who was with
) true character of centre destruction.! A child, wits in despair ; she obtained, an audience A a-For several )'( i fast the im.ritiun .
[ in other way: to support them government has l been hopelessly beaten. The I man, even i if an enthusiastic( temperance of the Kmjieror: and! threw herself at ff\Deputy Collector 01'af('btOIO at St.

1"1 'wl\1'1. The subject a.s: 1 presented by the lieputrr net Liberal gain so far U fifty-eight scats vocate cannot i-qinl Mitch women in atl'l 'his feet. lie showed 'her the l'rilll"1! Mark has IM't'vi bell, by )Ir. John it. Hrad-

would ami as u matter of justice to This result is by no means such. an overwhelming I calexrrnpreheniinuf the mischief done by alt when the |>oor young wife 'a\1 .th'r'l, ford, who bo uniformly shown himself to
an unrestrained liquor tratlie. :Should theCitnneetieilt I sorrow, the h Kmjiorer.: moved with I bo thoroughly competent and faithful of
modification of the law. ; victory a.ifa" riined by the Conservative | I {
require a
bill become u law many a vile! j I bade II.r rise, and lui.1 to her, You ficer. Within] a day or two, lu1\\'r. lit
f" ha.s in l1OjiJ. and the ruin think that resort overlooked who should 1 the original document which husband bus
j JriETLY and umwtentatiously an enterprise now by men on your tH'1 notified, by the collector at CVdar
been successfully inuuguratetl; that the Prime )Minister instead of resigning i before know letter will 'be closed; 1 ; daniu/c-s: will he : may ,.condemned II yourown buwl Key of the appointment of 1 IU''l'lr. The
Parliament assemblies should wait for claimed and eventually obtained from dealers Take my ulil.tprft I by thl Is beuefidarv( of this change is John A. Proctor m,
now >UI'I.urt" thirty-two families, run eight the final verdict othat who ell tf* minor or drunken | erMmr.: burn it. al.1 tllr tllre will ,IM no evidence of this c.'lIlty. who U 1 colored man of
!hundred and mfc-rii; spindle, and <">n:umes body. The Ituvian and. far l Ie.*s 1I'luor11I h' sold in the ;State to ('ultl.11 him. The Prince, without a lore than 1VfIntdlt'm" He ha

about' four hundred! bale*of cotton annually.)) press etpre- much satisfaction: at the result than h r tcr..rt1. To attain results wt beneficial moment' delay, threw the |Lager| (Into tie been (in the lltufl terms and
Probably! ) Karl: (Granville Lord Harrington to the entire fire and bathed (Else : hands
community thentrainingof Kmperor't with )has held! other iMwition: such as mail route
,\ allude of t- the cotton factory
will! be offered the Premiership by the existing; customs of suffrage Ls but a small her tOn Thin Dllel.t made a greater impression agent for a brief 'It. and more recently
*> unobtrusively !but conveniently I located Queen. price ttt |,ay.-.V. Y. Jlm d. on j'.ui.tlal. our vkturC. wu clerk in the Ilt-ufc/ heru-"IAdi



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.. -- -_....._.._- 1.TloN. In the I II ()- )('-forgnttcn campaign' of Uishop! Young returned yesterdayfront AXI It IMMIGRATION) I COMPA'Y
ri WMlXKSDAr- ; APRIL" 7,=1MO.Oorretpondentu A leading Republican in Congress who I is 1RTO'; Conservative speakers everywhere denounced 1'eyCest t. this being the first visitation he LAX) ,

7 ':.::'__. .. tin anti-Grant man, told the Tribune correspondent the extravagance of the mongrel had attempted since his severe and lonp- OFFERS,

I % nnd/ Persons; hiring; : Imsincti that the danger of Grant's nomination )party In power and declared that if the, people continued illness.! t Respecting: thi visitation

MtKROR with this, FcnKindtiin nnprr tI ill ,ptrtt.ie Fin.CIVIL direct tQ FLORIDA' at Chicago !seemed to him very great. !'hoult'olt.. for a change of rulers there the )Key West JliKjKtfch of the 1 1st instant, noo.ooo'r('*

'_0 .. n_ He himself:: would support< him if nominated 1, would speedily be new order, in the management ; !'uy"Thl're! : was a perfect jam at :St. Paul'son

1. simncK iiKvomt ILLVS but looked) with concern theOrant movement of finances and a consequent decrease! last Sundayevening: even standing room I Of t the most: ,

Ii. TllATElt. first, because he thought) the Republican in the expenses!' government and a lessening I could not be had. .llargenun1bcrofyoluar! \ ACCKSSIHLK; AND DESlRAlILi) : { :

The administration. of Mr. Hnyes has party entitled to a stronger candidate in the }burden of taxation. That this I people' recchyd confirmation bi Bishop! Young A
officiating. The !-hop null his estimable .
claimed to put into effect certain rules rela- than Grant could Icj; and, secondly, because has been done the most muligant Radical lady received; the members\ of the congregation \ t.AXt IX Till:

tive to civil service and interference in poll his former administrations were of such a will not deny. For comparison \let us take on last evening at the parsonage.; The :STATE OF FLORIDA,

tics.! An issue was made in New York, am' character he /lid not care to /sec them repeated the last-thne 1874,years 18.i of and Republican iH-an,1\ administration tlal.Orrr'c- reception was very agreeable; and cordial" I .

Collector' Arthur and Mr. Cornell were removed I first years under Democratic rule-1077, l.'Ii.1 1 The his number to! Key:(confirmed' West the was bisl forty-sc\cn.hop' spent the On At only $1.25.per acre to new !llltrst1

from ofllco, because they nssumoi; He /said unless the Grant men could secure and 1 KiI--III! II I sec how the books! Stand. Sunday way\ hl'f'C'"Eastl'rllt, (iainesville, and con the privilege of selection in parcels of 40

the leadership Kepublican committees am'conventions. the nomination on the first ballot they The figures( given are from the tax-ls tks for l firmed' nineteen The servicesere very interesting acres:\ or more. These lands are located on

would not go Into the, content ; that it depended the respective the taxable years mentioned returned, and willembrace for and the congregations crowded.On and allaaccnt' to the line of the
his return from Key West: the bishop
Mr.[ John W. Howell )Ir. Collector ) on Illinois. If Illinois sent n full each with the amount of I'5tutetax
Hayes' ycarl gross: : officiated on Friday night nt Cedar Key, and l GULF .\xn:1): INDIA
of Customs at the port of Fernandina Grant delegation, as he believed it would, l'url'oSl'i'H'Sl'8s.1! thereon : confirmed thirteen". J'n: muff to Jacksonville ..TI.TH TRANSIT CO.'S R. I .

We learn that in violation of Mr. Hayes'' the other States would wheel into line rnp- TIIRKE: YKAIW: I'SUKR UntTDUCAN M It lnlt."IIIX .\* be stopped "'uirhallkl'lulllllai.1' the cornerstone :

civil service regulations'Mr.[ Howcll presided idly. He believed Sherman would got a of All Saints Church, this! being one of extendingfrum ; ) on the Atlantic -
1 87 1-Tarnllt prnjierlii, $31f191t117.: the ten c.hllrl'hClunw in process of erectionin FEIX.lIX.
over the caucus to nominate city o/Hccrs/ j;ji majority of the Southern votes, but if'they State tax }proper.!?:-I1o7.17:: the diocese' of Florida To-day though to CEDAR KEY: on the Gulf, coast,

i that he was nominated as chairman by one! saw he bad no chance they would probablygo Interest tax........ 14li! :>7.47 unable as yet to preach! lie viiits:: St. John's' thus affording to the producer cheap), constant

of his own subordinates.; that a post-office for Grunt.C.IST1.1i.S I School; tax......... ::1lOI-U-iIll: ;; : : ,21iH1!) church in this city. Confirmation will he and rapid) transportation to the bestmarkets.
1873-Tdfiiltle properly, $31G9i,197.:{1 route agent was appointed by the collector' \ LNSIILNA State tax propcr.$2J)\ <) )ilS,2U(
\r as chairman I of the committee report nominations Brunswick correspondent of the Savannah Interest tax........ 11,01.1,13Schuol :: : after being; disabled: for the greater part of The belt country traversed: by the Transit -

: for city ofliccrs, and that the, whole tax......... ::1I.ii t.33-: : $IOS,31s.01: : two years, is thus: able to r resume: his official R. )R. embraces!
( Influence of the custom-house was exercised! Xewit says : "The many friends of theMessrs. Jl'\iH.-( Titfiililcimperil/, $2""I,!>II 11 I. |.">:'t. tlulH':4-S/11: mid ].rt...*.
[ Berrie, of this county, who, it is reported State tax propcr.$22.1) r,<>(00;I.>!I : OF SOILto
to the election of the nominees of the JEtYHITY
I secure \ are the fortunate possessors'! of a''bonanza' Interest tax... H..*>,tS.0! 7'111(1.0 OltAGLDr.
1 collector's! caucus. The consequence has School tax. 1"1,71),7'1-yU" : : :! ,B.iN,711 be, found) in the :State, a large
in the shape: \ of an old Spanish claimof 1 H, U. Magee[ has just received half u lrolortloJ
been (that a ticket has 1 been elected not in ic- Total for three llll..I.I.ia
f about a million dollars! congratulate the years! $ : I dozen King oranges from Seigon in Cochin being peculiarly' adapted to the ('uHlre
f cordaacovith the wishes of the }people of TIIIIKE n\ & fNDKK tlKMoril: .\TIC AKMISISTUVTIOX. fuoru.tt. ]TWITS and) Early Vegetables,
t family, particularly Mr.[ W. II. Berrie\ the China through; the courtesy of Hon. John A. : ;-

Fcrnandina, and a Republican tkketlieadedby genial and popular express' agent here who ilin ham, United States Minister to Japan. and The Luri/c, C II \Ir. Brownson and made of of 1477-Tlxdlc W"WrtlfI'II1,2:! !), ti.
some -
up 7" make these )lands worthy of UAUT.FVL 1.11111fT10.V ::\
in also of the. and that The in charcoal and
ordinary trust were packed
county, :State tax proper.$2inKs' ; :!!) |: oranges) .
best fellow-citizens! I has been
our Republican the tidings are true." This probably refersto Interest tax....... !):,191.71S'hlunh !! came ,by the :steamer City of PiMn. They by 1IIIfac.tu'r1' of LUMHEIIAXI
''f defeated/ and! the custom-house "machine"has one of the Fast: Florida claims for losses. ) tax........ :'ttlIi.17-iIISt1,1.11\ (; :\:! NAVAL STOHKS.NEW.
taken charge of and controls the interests 1878:!-TitjrnMf. properly, $2.471,227.! I
Whether! the claim is bonanza had. and third has been
of a not the State tux propcr.H7/\ : ; entirely decayed, a : SETTLERS:
our city.
patient claimants, who have been waiting Interest!! tax....... K.Hlli, ( ,
f. To ourpoorupprt.h1'lolllh1Ilmlg'lIlelt: oyer forty years, would like to know, hilt it is! School tax........ 21),471.17) N5t: : ).I.IH!) The three remaining oranges; :are being externalappearance saved Purchasing, I land from this (company are fur 1.Ilhl..1
for exhibition at the Citrus fair. In
i of our city affairs is no part of the official 187!)-TiijruUe projirrtj.J2,7lt.58.iJ.;I :: :I. .
certain that few of the claims exceeded with entire free on the Transit
very \ these much resemble pnxxtti/e
I duty of the collector, and we trust that ifI State tax proper..$I1S,1S)7luteresttax. : ) \ oranges very
i $_N(00), > ), as millionaire planters were not I !W; ,.I_>,">.*.! the dwarf Mandarin so frequently found : Railroad for fl1lily and personal: l1i'l't.
i the authorities Washington do really attach plenty. ; School tax........ :a2.S2."i.01-$iMM7xoTotal !) ) various places, but arc as: large as! the ordinary to the IalioIl'arl'.t: the laud purchased.TITLE .
Those who tasted 1 the
importance to their I'l" ;: one
I any own regulations for three yearsSl'MMUlY..................$",\1 ttiuin.17; \ : cut it in texture and ; ('0)1'1111:, being' derived I by
pronounce( superior'
the collector will be reminded of the A (IHVAT SVLKC1LThe
:: flavor to anything in the orange line heretofore grant from the United 1"1t'1111 purchase!'(!
fate of Messrs. Arthur and Cornell! people down in Texas ex-Confeder-
\ Mr.[ Itinghuin writes that he
sampled. ;
I Three years under Republican! from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.
ates a.s they are, were more\ successful than rule.......................*1,2l1,4.il.G1 applied for trees! to be sent, but the gardenerin
: Molt .HJJ ICI the boys at St. surges! (Hall, in this city, in :, Three years: under Democratic) the Imperial gardens from which the : SOLICITED.:

The New York Ifcruld comments! upon nn getting speech out of General (irunt. HM riu l(' w( <;,o.i:! >. .i7Difference fruit was: taken, informed him that it would
I \
be almost impossible' to pack: treesso that they and ,
article in follows :H.\l21.li Descriptive M vrs (111111:4alkd onapplication.
a Mississippi! : us! $ :
address: to thc (Oal\'l''tollilII: : makes more in would stand so long a journey, but that this

t.. which, as usual with the Herald! has! a good ]print than all the speeches\ :\ that he made in Here, in three years, there is :shown to fruit could be propagated\ ; from the "seed.This .
deal of truth and a good deal) of falsehood the course of his! brilliant reception in liar- have h'l'lIl1 !saying of$:ili,'(21 in State taxation statement is not ill accordance with ('HAS. W. LEWIS,
in it : : \ alone, which is an average of AIL;,14 I.- general belief, but Dr. Miigec) proposes' to Laid Commissioner,
\ risburgand 1'I itladelphhapnttngethcr; moreover US a year plant all the seed carefully, and as! the plants (Otlice cur Reach and Seventh Sts.
A democratic journal in )fiS.issipispeaklog : it bears! the marks of being very carefully The county tax'foIl'vlell in lS7t-7."i, and arc of sufficient size he will\ use some of them M-tf
of the policy the while Democrats) ought '7(1( amounted in to iOIl.HI!) and .
prepared. It comprised' (I a word of gross : for buds which will be put into large; vigorous ;- -- - -- -
to pursue toward the blacks uses: the f following \ ) in 1S7.H-77 1II111'71J! to 73:5H2.W' : : showing adifference trees so us to get fruit l returns: at the : SAM:
sensible language; : \Vo believe it i III for thanks;: a word. of reminiscence I a compliment in favor of economic management ;: earliest: I possible day. No fruit can be expected SII.nn..s
the good of Mississippi (that all) races and $1IIfiUO..IJ< < : in three Y lTC 1.: OF AN EXECUTION 1S-
1 ; to the Lone Star State, a pleasant word ; ; years. under three years at the very earliest!! BY
classes! should be represented {In office in The ILIIIIUalu\'craC of State taxation lc'd olt of the Circuit Court, Fourth
\ under -
and four
about the South generally, a pat on the back ; 'l'arlit'f..idc C Jrtbahly in and for the Countv ofNassau
} ,
the -111111
proportion to intelligent capable the old rule wa" $Iu3$18.'I: while under )
among them but to that extent only" Thiscourse for !the whole country, a brace patriotic\ the )Democratic management it has been / / : Florida, in favor of Sanborn. 10).t
it adds, "would the aid sentiments, u rap over thc knuckles for the ; assessed in t Co., and against James! Leak & ,
4 secure\ hearty $:!H: ,(jjli.S( :! The gross amount '
effete monarchies of'thue Old World, and a A.EK \ OIUUS.\SI: :. \ and for sale at
of all the leading intelligent ('olore.11I1l'1I in 187t- untl'711< for ordinary State expenses IIll.Il'c 1\,01 wi oli'r
our local affairs, even If they voted against n'ry.IcIIsiblc reflection on the science of (State tllX proper,) was! $7J9,2)2.42! whichwas IT OW.\lXEl 11Y THK) (ODIX )"Ilc'ut'r", in front House,
us in Congressional and Presidential elections. government, with an application) that is! : an annual average of $:!:.i, o.80.' For ( 1 t of Fl'ralcill. ) f l Fl'rnln.1la. said County of
." If this! policy bad been carried out either plaintive or threatening t just as it may 1$78-781111(1'79!\ the gross amount was $l1I.HH ():(,- S I'C.: 1. That f for the purpose 'il XUSSIII. on the in April'\ IhSO,
1 In the Southern !States from the date! when lie construed it is a speech' that will bear a :!;.f\. or mi average of $tart,.H1.8H. During the expenses of the City Government, thofollowing being the Fifth day of sai"month I. all the
Hood deal of studying l I before it will afford right title ut lllntruhtt of( .l.aktC Sons,
I the stormy reconstruction n period came to an the same period the inters taxes assessed I appropriations i \ are hereby made ) .
end l, the color line wO\1I.llolI ago have been any glimpse of the workings: of the mind of were for the three tint: years $1 10,070.] !), or from the collection of taxes: lir the year: ls.71)): in til i following described real and personal
obliterated in that section. Hut, unfortunately tli\: speaker, but admirably calculated, nevertbe1less it,8i.33: (! {) : a year, while during the three For sanitary purposes. .$:,(INN1N( ) 'property, that is! : Lots 3,4.i. (I i and ::1, inblock

the very opposite: theory prevailed to keep the (rant; boom !steady! in years: under Democratic) rule the gross: sum For City Officers') salaries............... 1,82000) liulhl'r I, being in the City Fl'r- ,,.
,t and, whites! and( blacks: have, through all tie| North and lift it a trifle in the! South: lias! !been iI.i:17.IH.dll'in! !) : l an annual average Office rent, talill.I11.1 fuel.... 100 00 nallilla.: County' of XUIU, Florida, to.tI-;
t these years, except in ti few Isolated' places GEXTLKMKX I : : OK (J.u.vKsTON : .1 am very of$!W,17'J.OO.: ; -t'luridinii.M1IHILK For cost of 1II'l'l.t litl4. material er with the h'lil saw mill, lxturt. unllladlu'rr.

; been marshalled in separate camps\ the preyon much obliged to one and all of you ,for the for lighting the : ............ 10000( on said lots, and til prlyi-
the one hand of tire-eaters and on the very kind reception which I have receivedat FLOltlltA FAIll. Allowances i for unpaid taxes!! .......... lilt) 01 :(' &('., therewith appertaining.
other of whoso only Interest in the your: hands, and at the hands of all citizensof Incidental including legal 'l'eruusenslu.: PETER CONE:,

:South!' was persons the opportunity the disorganized) this city, and I assure you that it lords( The !spring! term of the Middle Florida Ag tlblltr!!>CXI'I:4............. ........... 51(5(; !tNi; 27-td ._Sheriff. _Nassau County.: t Florida.

,\ condition of affairs gave them to hold! office me \'l'rrt'ut pleasure to he here on this! occasion ri'ulturalulIIl Mechanical Association! will For roads and bridges.................... :yoo (H) .
and make money. The South has been the and to see so many of you. it was be held at the l fair grounds, ut Tallahassee, ,tO: 1N1 o. OAKIS: ,

: chief sullerer by this suicidal policy There my fortune, more than a third of lieutenant a century on Thursday and\ rrhlayI'ril 8th and !>th. SEC. 2. HI it further IIJinell. $ furthe MULDER
ag"i to visit Texas second
South !North local ; as a : CXTJ.C'OXD ,
Is no reason why, or or of the ati, '
uuul nhtlunttl aunt to have been one of those who went into Liberal premiums: will be offered for the ,
State !politics politics hhouldgo the sum (it'o11d per cent, he levied and collected .
hand in hand, and we/ arc glad to sec that the conflict which was to settle the boundaries several races and contests: and for the best: the assessed!! valuation of the M VNTFACTniKS

the Southern people\ \ black and white, are of Texas.: I am glad to come back now, display: of put flowers, cut flowers, roses: : ornamental ulol\ (' IIfthli'lt"lnc! ollC'-hallat MOULDINGS AND
beginning look the matter in this on this! occasion: to behold a territory which URACKETS. SAWFI
to at light. least of tho i
i than uIIIIl'lh rulhl'ry'l. (.tuhll' Ifo'rt TURNED 1LlLl'STI ilS
is an empire in itself and larger some \ E\\'E. "
When the South has tho wisdom to live up payable in of the United States
I 1 to this doctrine she will have nude a long of the empires: of i uuulle. 1 wish 1 for the and fruits The premium list will be published Govcnriiicnt.(. currency HT.\l H.I.001;( ::

htride in advance.I people\ of Texas as I do lor the people of the ui the Tallahassee PluridlI and distributed Six: 3. The Collector uf'Faxcsfurthiscityis WEATHERBOARDING ,
entire South, that they on developing '- -
may :
The error the Herald makes is in attributing their resources and become great ulld1'0Wl'I'I'U on the grounds. ordered to receive (whl'l Il'ldcn't\ payment AXI FLOOR)

to the Democratic party and the Southern I. ami I in their prosperity forget ((11-1: lla+cballlams, shooting clubs, owners of of the! above tax the) any outstandingscrip of thecity ING.

people policy which was exclusively a the worthy mayor expressed it) that there is horses and others, intending to contend for for or warrunt one ; the upon amount Treasury of tax due or Makes
Stair and Church Work
a boundary hl'twl''nIJrth; and :South. I am premiums mu:>t communicate particulars to .
Radical one, and which they have alwa1sustalnl't1. payable by any )person so tendering payments
sure we will all be happier: and much moreprosperous tho secretary at Tallahassee!! on or before A SPECIALTY.:
and are endeavoring still to carry : when the day comes that there April :3d. of t.lx. but no bonds or ('OII"tI upoon .

out. After the war cloned tho so-called caipctbajger will lie nosectional feeling. litany American Comfortable conveyances will be run from that bonds have, or l'oupollldul'hocl heretofore IIHJ DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES
who can travel abroad I have duns, with Thoma.sville to Tallahassee (ami\ return. Fare bel'l I"Mll'thul rl.
; saw that his' field of Mtcecss lay ceived in payment of any OF ALL SIZES.
of what there i is for the round trip $1.
the opportunity witnessing : Post Oflice Box 174.
Collector\ shall to the (
in the of state and SEC 4. The proceed
more largely capturing )have had and he will Kxcursion: trains on the Jacksonville, Pen-
::1 to be seen that I return collection of under this ordinance\ on jan Fernandlna, Fla.
county offices than in the gencralollcial; patronage to America a hettl'rIII'r t'ulI and a sacola and Mobile Railroad will run as: follows April 2, tLXl'! time the taxes lovied .

which could fall to but fey while I Ie'l'ry a better citizen than he was when he went : as !!>I/NI be due, and !shall! \ cause a A. it. xovis: ,
I field of away lie will return more in love with his! Leave Jal'kson'illt'loclntlla: : April 7th, ar/rl' aillhal of taxes to be published -
t .4l county opened up a operations. own'country.. Far be it from mo to hid 5i::! p. ni. Fare to Tallahassee' and return in ulll'oll'ltion of the city ten

fault with any European governments.! I $s. days prior/lOII to .\ J'W-pUll'r, c.-, AND SHIP CHANDLER: ,
To control the lH'gru'uh' became matterof WIIS well received at their hands: on every Ix-uve Baldwin, \\ CtIIl..lay.pril 7th 7 SEC. 5. lee it further ordained. That all IjDELER
; I side h'n' nation in Europe: but with IlL Fare to Tallahassee!! and return, :$7. (
the first necessity!! and this: could only bet ; p. collection of taxes for city purl oses: is suspended i IX
dense populations and their out 1..1Lh"c Oak, Thurs.lar.I'ril 7th 7:15:
I Ii their worn
until 2
for the Republican April ,
done his
claiming allegiance\
by "soil it takes a great deal of government to a. IlL, Fare to Tallahassee and rl'turllI.. SEC. 0. The Collector of Taxes shall. on or I .-ro'hilo.*, Liquors, Etc.
i party per te as known in general ; enable people to get from the soil u bare sub From all other stations on the mad regular before 2: 1SSO, furnish to Treasurer !

politics. What the -Herald calls: tire-eaters I sistence. Here we have a rich virgin "soil; time and half regular rates. of the Apri a list of all ji-rsous who have I
with room enough for us all to expand' I and Middle Florida is BO seldom visited by the AGENT FOR B. F. AVERY &
r3. hud no control in the matter. Hence they i of win paid tax fur the year 1879! which list shall CO.'S PLOW
.;y live with the useefa very little government. greater portion of the large contain the names of such description .
Republican sol ditant leaders organized the I do hope that we long may be able to get ((vWtors ami tourists that its beauties and of on which persons such t -
negroes as: members\ of the Republican party along happily and contentedly without being attractions are comitaratively, little known, has paid thpfp'rt tax the amount) and character .

for all possible) purposes and mainly to control too much gtivcrueii1'i Timet. and favorable it is with occasion a: view for of a giving brief visit a pleasant to it that and of scrip received from such IKTSOU in payment CESTRE. STREET,

I of tax and the amount (if anyof)
state and municipal elections. Night .
I AN hUIES..E'JlE.T. CROP.-According\ to the Association has decided to hold a Spring from such >erson in 5 tf FERNANDINA, FLA.WILLIAM .
j payment : ___
bad and all the suitable eutertaintucnt r'e\l'd
hired whisky! for -
meetings, agents, Fair I and provide\ !! of the Treasurer! of the city I U
Western the of alli
the newspapers prosj peels desire tn'aN the monotomy -
the art of the demagogue were successfullyused tt'ull who may ordered, to !setapart une-thirl of I'. WOOD, Jr.,
line and the winter wheat crop\ in that section areexccllent. of the customary stC'rl't'tl)1.'tl visitto ; and' heretofore I in forsaid
to make u strict color to put familiar all money scrip paid
In eleven states the yield, it is: esti Florida. The countryunlike that so tux of IS?), which and scrip so
the negro in opposition to the white race; to to the traveller in other parts nf the money GENERAL NEWSDEALER,
mated. will be about I'IlxtI.'f cent larger apart shall be refunded' upon projier aj>- .
of the blackagainst and rolling.theclevationlieing "l
oUtical is
antagonism State high
organize u > :
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than last season." In Illinois, for instance hundred to three hundred feetlove plication to the persons respectively) who BOOKSELLER, STATIONER,
the white. By these means they for an immense\ yield is promised ; Michigan reports from one the sea-level and the nuisance of paid the same in.

;' years controlled the state and municipal an increase of seventy per cent. ; Indiana (deep sand i is: unknown; the hard clay roads,) SEC. 7. le it further ordained' That the Dealer in Fancy Articles,

{ governments, and endeavor now to control shows marked acreage increase Missouri everywhere making drives and walks really ordinance adopted February 1ls. ', "regu
which had, an unprceodcntedly\ e pleasurable.The I l hating the rate of percentage to be collected CEXTBE STREET, }'En '..\ DIX.\, FLA.
the municipal elections by the votes men will it is oeteddo taxes for the 1870, and making
crop, last season, exj fullyas officers of the Association. and of the on city year
who have no interest as tax-p.ayers, as: property well this year. Eqnally: favorable reinirtscome andLomfortable appropriations therunder," and' all ordinances -

owners, or as even i ermanent residents.Wherever from Ohio, Kl'ntm'kKan. a"' Nebraska railroad company transportatlollatHlI''oll1l11o.la guarantee ample or parts of ordinances\ in conflict with Shelf I'al..r. Picture 1'rma DI.uket.:
of the this ordinance, repealed.Ihl'tl'l' tamps, Croquet Sets, Combs
Wisconsin The are ,
anti' prositerity hlf.hy :"el
k who desire to
the color line is drawn it is. by the ions at reasonable rates to all
etc. Pai eteriesi\
.\ March 17 O. > great
tanners means the prosperityof' nearly every I 1" Iruh8. variety.
Republican Il.'atlcfs.l1clI!!>i lc and intelligent other class in the community\ so that the visit this, the mot beautiful and attractivesection T. KYll I .1. Machine Nee ins, Oil, etc.

Southern men will accept the i idea thatit outlook all around\ is till that could be reasonably : of the State. .. 32-it: ._--- .----President' -- --. Clipper Inkstands_ 73. the of the state. that all races desired. It should be taken into ,
for good .
account that the size of the crop will dependin LANU KXTKIES.: : During the month of January JIRS..1\si: CLARKS, AX OICDiVAXCI: :

and classes I should be represented in office in a great measure upon the weather during and February 15,27i: acres were enteredat rpo .\ ORDINANCE.

proportion to the intelligent and capable the next couple of weeks. The only drawback the United States and Office at (Sainesville rnillRD ST., BET. CENTRE ALlCIl., _L He IXI ord'lll TIn. That form and

among; them, but to that extent only, and thus: fur I is: the dearth of snow, which under the homestead laws, and 1,3.0tLel'l'S 1 alter the passage this ordinance, that

they would be glad to secure! the hearty aid appears to extend over York iff all raid.the States 1IUl'UtiIlUCll.Xf'w \"' >"0 were entered as rash entries, makingin FKRNAND1NA, FLA.., owner of wooden buildings within the fire

1 of all the leading intelligent colored men in " I all 10,57'J(; acres. The number of home >e llrmltl't\ repair their buildingswith
if voted different -.tl'\tll'ntrll'S was 131, and of pun-baser for LEA LEU IN thinglc weather boarding, provi
affairs they TiE
local even
our FOKEION t'Euua.TlDi.-\\.C are to tlel 1 that such rei airs do not increase the
anti Presidential eh.tioll1.Hut cash twi-nty-ix.
in Congressional two now sensations to gratify theSightsecs. ami risk of lire.
Choicest Vegetables
the Ilepubliisui leaden* will try their year t'rull All ordinances
best to keep up the color line to the last. The King of Siam and Prince NREBOl'T GEXEBIL; URIXT.-We learn flicting herewith or parts of orinauN on.
: however, there is: another class!: Ix-opoUlof }:n lalltl. In the l'OUnthe I CONFECTIONERIES: ETC. are r'lt'll'l .
Fortunately, sensational rumor second
that on thestrengthof l'o : 18SO
shall have Slam huts and LeoitoUlcravats reln JanUI
t Uepublicans, who, us to jelt'rulpolitlClly reason l we ;'
4 of intelligent will with the (!Conservative Democ- the fashion. It is to be hojHil. siam about the loss of the steamer from Mexico Illiss 1 Garden Feeus, Flowers, Farm and Approved and adopted Ii. $* ,
.. establish and maintain good will be accompanied some of his wivesand I with General Grant on board, a good many T. KYDD,
desire to Garden 'tf 20-30J. President
lacy, hU elephants ladies: went into black. Implements of Council.
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_:;r w-;E- : : -: : :y- :: Jacksonville JvcHooxvit.t.E!" April .">. "Ti I ANTFACTIMJINO AM. FUHNISIIINOri : : TRVXSI-OUTVTIOV'S: OFFUK, 1} ,
!seems full of
as people as .l.t LI.tlIkSsEF, Fi.\., February: I MSO. )
J KKRNAXPIXA ever and i is one of the inost, lively bulling 1880 315 IVarl St.. %..TT York.MANUKArTtlRERS .
FLOIMPA) ) ) iit: r A 14 I': It. On and after ;Monday[ February: 2, : ,
active tWII anywhere nt the South. What, passenger! trains of (this road will run as follows .

__ JJ ':/ .\' :.' iTiiin f 7, two. with the f'OI1'h\llt tide of travel the whistling FIFTH ST., FKKKAND1NA: t ) FLA.MT.TALLIC } viz : .,

=- of I trains and I PASSKXGKR TH.\I I -1'\HT; POUND.1eave .
screams of steamboat) and
VJ1. 'CIll'TJ.Y( : frl'XK \\L\\\TM. : ('hiattahuus uthuee..tlaily at.... :2 t 110) I'. M. OK
--- __ mills it i is life it. elf. Ths municipal electionon Leave tjuincy ...... :322P.M.I
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.. Wl't'! fsfnblhhnt, a Hi/slniM; Office 1 ntpwt ;thc Monday characterised!' by the usual: : Leave: Tallaliassee: : .............. ...... 1 II IN) I'. M. 1

: office( !vnlfr !te cfrffe nf j/r ;jj- /.. j.If. Wood, crowd of drunken men on the streets, Leave Monthcllo .............. ...... 7 10 t'. M.
> profanity
., ,7io, II''I'I'I'/I.c subscription! *, ndrcrtiscmCHt, nnd d -. __f. Leave Greenville.............. ...... 8 3S p. M. : ,
ami ut her favors for the MIRROR, mlllirho al indecency comfined, so far as myobservation .._ .. _".. .; ...-. t : Leave :Madison........ ......... ...... I 9) :2ii p. M. 1OltitESTER'SOit.tGi )
Jflj1f1.* the paper on snle. extended to the colored race. It -- Leave Live Oak................ ...... 2 1 15 A. M.Arrive .

must: disgust the Northern visitor to see the I Savannah ............... ...... !ii I M(00> A. M.

practical illustration : CASKS, WOODF.X: COFFIXSAXP Arrive Thoumsville: ........... ...... ("; M .*. M.
afforded the !
l'ot-oJflce Sot tee. by municipal ('.SKl1'4::: : .\ rr"l'; Albany........ ......... ......10 25; .\. M.Asrive 'FREE Y1iNVRE' 1
Hours election! of the conditionally peopleare IxikeCity: ............... ...... :3 la.\: M. .
I Office( Order-From 8.00: A. M. to 7.H:( ) r. M. placed in when the majority of the ercapita WHITK: MHTAL I AND) SUA'F.U PLATKP Arrive Haldvvin................ ...... u 0; 25 A, M.

Money and Registered Letters from population i is of i ignorant and irresponsible TR1MMIXOSJROCOX8TANTLY I Arrive Jacksonville ........... ...... 7 r\C'A. M.
: to
M. : P.M. ; and from 2.00: I'. M. Arrive Frrnnndina: ........... ...... :3 I JO t'. M.
to :3:30:: p. M. Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30 I:: A. men. The contest!" in Jacksonville : ON HAXI.- Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... 501$ 1'. M. (Under Formula of (Gl'l). II. Forrester.)

M. and :3.30: to 4:30: I'. M. was!" between the conservative law nnd order Arrive Cedar Key .............. ...... 9 :30 I'. M.

ARRIVAL AND: UEPVRTUUn OK THC :JIV1LS.Northern portion of the community t nnd the party PASSKXGKR: ) 'l'llA I N-\VlS'l' 11OUXP.'

Mill-Arrives daily ut 10:10.M.:: rule ut-nny-price" party. The sole argument Leave Jacksonville .....daily at.... 5 :30 r. M. .
Clones 3.0i: I'. M. and lkil k's:' wlI..hl.ll\l1d dressed and preserved Leave Fernamlina ............ ...... 10) ;30 t .\. M. Pronounced by Orange (Growers the very
effort of the ,
Southern Mail-Arrives 3:30:: r. M. XH/I flllll'rl'11.1; the until burial, with or without the use: of ice. Leave Gainesville ......... ..... ...... U02 I : .\. M.

... Clones 10:00: A. M. advocate of the Pey party was: the support of Remains exhumed nnd( placed. in cases! for Leave Cedar Key .............. ...... 4 :30; .\. M.Leaue i.
..,. i1aranqi. Trailer' Hill Mail- regular nominations the prestige of the removal.Telegraphic. Haldvvin :................ ...... 7
Arrives Tuesdays: nnd Fridays: at 2:30:: I'. M. success of a Republican ticket although the orders Leave Lake ('its' ............... ...... !3) 40 p. M. Rest! Yluiinre for the Or.C' TrvroituisTiirs .>
Closes,: :Mondays and Thursdays at 8.1)0: ) A. M. promptly attended to. I U.ave Savunnali ............... ...... 4 30 p. M.
iW. Marifs tin., o/i/i/- Conservative ticket was headed by one of :373mOTIO: Leave Live Oak................ ...... 2 t 15 A. M. t
Arrives :Mondays and Thursdays: at 8.00: () A. M. the most capable ami re pC'l'IeIIIICIIILl'ri( : of ----- -- Leave Madison: ......... ........ ...... ;.3 :11.111.. .

Tuesdays: and Fridays at 2:30:: r. 111. the Republican party, and the aldermen in \ ': or 'oitroit.vTio\ l Leave Greenville I ............... ...... 4 :89!) 1.. M.
WcdnVdaysand at'days nt 9:(00 A. M. nomination with Mr. Greenleaf OFTI1F I I I: FlmX.NIHX.XU I JACKSOXVILLU Leave: 1utouit itch to .............. ...... fj (It) A, M.
Closes: Tuesdays: : Wednesdays. : representedthe : ::: : UAILUOAP COMPANY. Arrive Tallahassee: ............ ...... 7110.III.() .

Fridays and Saturdays. at 2:30: I'. M. business interest of the city. BY AUTHORITY tH'X ACT OF T1IK: Lt'n\1' Tallahasse: .............. ...... 8 :30 l \. M.

SAM'L: T. RIP'PKLL.) 1'1.: The heat on the flthvas very great, the Legislature; of the State of Florida. entitled lease: (iuincy( .................. .. ...... 1008 A. M.
thermometer standing nt 1'\1'10 in the shade, I t (I "An act! t tl i) provide a general law for Arrive Chat tahuisuihuec........ ......11 t 30 A. M. : C MI'II'I'I; M A-

and to 5)0) in t the I Incorporation of Railroads: and Canals," COXNKCTIOXS.() MJKI.S.
LOCAL REFLECTIONS.IHed. even up some places. Very
and ,
approved February l Pu! l-1jl.llotil'l': I is: At Live Oak daily with the Savannah: rt
naturally the strangers crowded the splendid hl'rl'hy'I'II., as:' required \ahllll'! that
--- -- a Florida ami \\\'sh'rIHailway to and I from
steamer W. Jotnit, which was filled to her utmost l'fIIlIpallhas been formed. under the numu l'Iu\'aIlI1Uh,1I1111 nil Northern, Eastern: : and.I

)Ir. Campbell an invnlid from Cahoes, capacity. Her trip to Fernamlina was of t the ITRNVNIIINV: ( AM: J,\CKSONVII.U: R\u.- Western ii's. FOR F.VEUY: FARM ('uior,

made. i in thrca and I half I hours from wharftn ito\iCoMi-vNV i to be invested with all t the At I Lake City daily with the Florida Central ,
=New York was: found dead in his: bed, at the i a rights, powers, privileges, and I franchises t Railroad to an'd from Jacksonville, St.Augustine .

Florida House on Sunday morning lie retired wharf. conferred upon companies: formed I under Palntka, Knterprise: and Landings

us usual on :Saturday: night and was: The city election in Jacksonville! resulted sail. act for the purpose of constructing!I ; on t the St. Johns River. 1
maintaining) and operating Railroad: for Prepared scientific .principles to product11
follows a At Ualdwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf
expecting to leave for home the next day. as : in
public use: the conveyance of persons and nodVui.t India Transit Railway 1 to ami from
We learn he leaves a wife and three children. J. H. Pey, regular Republican: nominee property. Gainesville Cedar and a large yll'hll.rr acre.A .
\ Fernamlina( : Key,
---- --- -- -. elected over n rl'clIll'af by a majority of .m! I The! main line of said Railroad. will beabout with steamers fur Tampa, Key'c.st and

Meeting of Freight Agent votes in a poll of 1,213: \"oteThe Republican ( tWl'lItV-OI1l' miles: in length ; will I be Havana.

The meeting of freight agents will take Marshal Clerk and Assessor were elected Gulf constructed and )between :a point on t the Atlantic, At Chattaboocbce t three times weekly with
West India Transit: Railroad: in the I People's Line and Central I Line lloat-s to
place here to-day. We hope to see good aixl( the Conservative candidate for Treasurer Nassau: : county: and the St. Johns River at and from Columbus, Kufaula Fort Gaincs, 10 PKVI.KUS IN

attendance. Mr. Pupy, the (General Freight and two aldermen, Messrs.:! Huekman or about the city of Jacksonville.: nnd.I willpass Apalacbicola, mill other River Landings.ftlClcgant ( .

Agent of the Transit: Hoad: has: already inaugurated and I'encdict. Over .r>00 colored votes: Wl'rcmst. and through, parts of t the counties: of Nassau: $. : Sleeping! and Parlor Coaches! PIUMK i: AGRICULTURAL CHF.MIOAt.HSULP1IATK )
Puval. J. N. I HARRIMAX I I \\ olltlrulr and Lucas Patent between
a work of great value to the! vegetable run daily -
of which all for
probably nearly were I P. K. MAX\VILL.:
Tallahassee: : and Jacksonville.\
growers of Florida. The very essence of the regular ticket. C. WICKLIFFE'tTI.El.. .
Republican success: in such perishable articles: as green -.--.------ Pemandinn- .,-.,_March. 3V.Vfl., .-30-nid; safety.- I F.PGAR:I (I VL1KT I : "
fruits and vegetables lies in rapid transit, POSTAL CARD CORRESPOXDEXCE.Archer. -- -- :20-tf) Master[ 'l'rllll: OICIHXAXCI': : NlTltATI SO1>A.SUPKR ..
and it requires no 1'Ima1lkillll1l1 experience
to so arrange schedules: that the freshly-: RImUl\TI
,! Slight frost: List week, but little damage ; I he! collected l I i on City j Tuxes PIIOSPIIATK: LIM15 t
picked and packed crate vegetables :shall
done to crops. Thermometer 44 on the 31st. for the! year: 1 1870.Jit .j '
to the consumer a thousand miles: it ;nrdaiiii'd the
go away by Common (Council I of
The fields of oat: look very badly indeed, r.
fresh crisp and marketable. Like a well the city of Fcrnundina, ,

regulated piece of machinery, if all works and 1 some planters have plowed under their That for (the purpose of defraying the expenses IVKUY AND HOARDING( STAIJLKS.:
rusty: patches.No of the city goveTIIlIll'lIt 'Iir f t the year L t
right, success: is: assured: and on the other
peaches this year, not cold! enough. 1871), the following appropriations: are hereby CARRIAGKS: AND WAGONS
band, delays and irregularities: ruin the bus made : I
Quite a party went to a H h.fry" on 1. The To and! from Steamers and Trni1oI.COXTltACTH : OF POTASH ,
litess.Ve warmly welcome, the representatives sum ()flM 85 for unpaid sanitary I: j.
Watermelon Lake last
Friday enjoyed indebtedness.
of the : and freight interests to FOR HAULING( Kir.HIK : .
express themselves: very well. 2. The sum of $li, ).'.0 for !salary of city SULPHATK MAONI58IA: ;
the Island City and tropical: State, where ofllcers. YOU : il
The late wholesale presentation of delinquent '
the golden orange and the beautiful strawberry :J. The sum of $700 for payment of city HORSF.S;, I1tJ(1Il'.S: !, HARNKSS: SULPHATK OF SODA, 'Ii
licenses is doubt
no' a good thing for
vie with each other in January, to scavenger and other sanitary purposes. CARTS AND! WAGONS.( ) it
the Rill); but there i is considerable: war 4. The sum of$:5(10( for roads: and bridges.: Strictly lur Ground llon". .
please the eye and the ialate.1 paint mixing up among) the bruins 5. The sum of $300 for cemetery litur15)5CM. ;TmmH CASIt,1..,. ,

'' The-City--Election.-- The vegetable crop is not doing: as well us | : ,1:,,' .OI1lI'l! and Stable-First Street, 1I1'urnroom I
0. The sum of $;00) for incidental expense Street Wharf. 4Mf!
The city election held Monday resulted usual. J. C. : !* and outstanding indebtedness. - - --_ Our circulars give; full particulars, and are

unsatisfactorily to the large) body of titizeim .1p'il 5. 7. The sum of $1.000 for the bonded indebtedness ii. K. oTTi2itiu: mailed free to all applicants.. They will interest t)I
----- -------- if Interested in
: and interest thereon. you yrtu are Agriculture
who desire the welfare and prospciity of the Hotel Arrivals.EIJMOXT Any surplus COIl'I'h'lllIlIll unappropriated or Orange (Julture. l -flm 1

city. The meagre majority of nine by : I HOTIL.-W. J. Harry: New York ; shall be appropriated for bonded indebtedness. ANINA) FLORIDA, --- :

which :\1 Ir. Hrovvnson: was defeated makes: I) M Frost St 1.ouuisV: ; K I'll ri II ton. Ilostoii ; Flm Till FI.OKIIIA

it a matter of regret that so many of our citizens J H I Hazlct, Wilmington, Pel.; K P HII lIe- He further ordained That for the payment DKAI.KR: IN I
utile, )Mason (hiV; P Clancy, Louisville ; of the aforesaid appropriations, the .. \ I
who desired the .success of that ticket, : Mr. auuItrs: W W Wooduli; Griffin Oa ; II sum of one and one half per cent be levied Fine Family lirOoerIcN 1.'HWN IMPROVKMKNT: COMPANY

should not have taken the trouble to voteas G Podge) St Simon's Island: ; Mrs' J C Ander and collected upon the assessed valuation of

it i is believed that more than that number Soil (la ; Jules iriner H. sI. S.; A lyoliman taxable property of this: city and! that for AND
Savannah, Ga ; John Lynch l E: ..' Hunt J T the purM| >:sc of payment of the aforesaid san
failed altogether to cast 'otl'. Theenhoreil
a v Hociilillett jr., :Macon. Oa; Alex J Mayer itary loan, and thesaid bonded( indebtedness, PROVISIONS. FcriittiMllnu,
vote in this city exceeds that of the and wife, Aiis Josie :\\Mayer Sidney Mayer, fifty per (cent of the taxes so levied on

white vote by some sixty in number; of Mrs I A Jacobs: :Miss Florence Jacobs: New aforesaid shall only be payable in currency TonruM on U. U. Line, ('
these colored voters probably five cent. York111I1'; : de ('Lt.tra, :Mrs I luuitlngtnn unit of the United States. f Government or certificates
per daughter ; :Miss: M W llidwell Hartford Ct ; : of indehtednes.i issued on account of the Customers: can rely upon getting CHOICE: And Ctadar Key.
own property; of the white vote probably Mr and Mrs P T Mills Hoston, Oa ; O W suid sanitary loan or past due coupons of It ItOtft'1'S

seventy-live per cent are property holders Hall and wife, Cleveland Ohio ; Mrs. Cleveland the bonds of I the city. GOODS, asNOTHING.

whose interests: are to be affected by the city t Savannah ; II !Lehman Savannah ; J Passed its first reading January :28th, 1880,
N Moore Kilclarl' 1"1:1. ; F \\' Bilek and wife, and read by its tithe
administration. It seems. bard that to Lessees and Purchasers
a case
: large
Passed : a
itH third
Canada ; II 11 Window New York.MARINE. rcu.lillancl/ adopted HUT THE: FINEST: HRANDS
the property and intelligence of the community -- --- -,-- February 1 18th, 1880. '1'. KYPP I number of the most eligible and desirable

.should lie subject to the whim or President of Council.
Attest : Jxits, suitable for Huslness: Purposes: or for

caprice or prejudice of a class of the community }:M1L 0. I"RlEND, City Clerk.3O4: ._, ._ ___ ___ arc kept in stock.MONMUIIF ...._ _____ ___
who have comparatively nothing at Port of Fernandlna.Illlill IIOVHI' City or Suburban Residences,

stake. Until our citizens learn to combine WATER. NTIIKKTV A IIItO'rJlI,
Wednesday. April 7..... 0:33::: A. M.(5:58\ ; M. UPON KAHY: TKRMS. .
irrespective of party lines: to place in oflice 1> Y MIt.JIIIFFINUTON1;
Thursday, H.... 7:15": 7:37:: *
the best and most suitable men we cannot Friday, "D..... 7:53 H17: >INA. FLORIDA, Liberal Discounts on Value allowed to
either Saturday, 10. 8:32: :1:01: "
V \ expect good /government or progress parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial

or prosperity.The t JuckMoiivllle, Fla.TERMS .
KNTEKKD. MlNUrAlTUKKKM AND! VK\LKKH enterprUes' who will erect on the proj
new mayor and council are, howl.'er.entitle.1 ,
March :31. S. ;S. Wettern Texas New York $i.O AND! fttf.OU PER DAY, substantial
erty purchased improvement
fair trial of their administrativepowers ..
a March :31, :$tr. .;/.Jmtlull1J d, Charleston.
; if they do well we shall accord CI.KVREU. : Ntov "M, heater and It a UK ON, According to Ixicution of Rooms.illllS : for residence, or in whIch to conduct their ,j /

them the credit which maybe their due; if April I 1.-1.: :S. dlii:
they fail to give us a /good city government VI irk. TIN AND HIIKKT: IKON WAIIK.ROOFING V WKLI KNOWN HOUHK: CKXJL ; : TO MANUFACTUUKRS \ I,
we !hall hold them up to criticism and cen April 3, :Sch. Pannie W. Jolinmin, Outen trail)' located and having) been renovated .
Philadelphia. throughout will he kept us a first-class by exemption for a term of years from
Xniu I
sure. verront. April 3, 4ch,. CVa'/, Hriggs; ; Philadelphia.April ( ANJ> GUTTKKINO.received : house. The Proprietress: having hud ex- .
offered the several cities and
The following; is: the number of votca.t ; .'), :Sch.; I'nilinle, :Smith, Philadelphia.April [ti-rience both North and South will spare taxation by

the t first. eight councilinen were elected : 7, Sch. fiil.u U. /'m/ *, ylvaMmXcw! no )pains for the comfort of her patrons, III .owns.. Apply toit"Ot1ke S '
York. making the house home-like as in the
C. .\. MAYOR : 235: April 3, $chu, Chn .S. liayla, Gladding, I.i JU4t -a large of Hi.- 33-tf l'Or. Heath it 7th sU., Feniandin
Haley.?. : : consignment _.. __ __ __ __ __ u _
X. Brow ... :t.'Ci* (I hay ra. ___ ____ ____ -lfJ-- -f -- ------_ __ __ __ __ __
,iNaLI4: A FHIIM: >,
OI.KKK: AND .fUKR. : COMMERCIAL.rernandlna Btovt*. The "COOK'S iivi: ':i." is appropriately ;-r- THY -t\t.

\'". "'. W.Hxl. Jr.. 238H. : AKKIW ASH CONFI-XrnONKIW: ,

:. O. Friend......................:-11 Market.CUBELCTED named-it Ls" a jewel. We will notundersold. 13|


T. nuH n .... :231W. : Tur|>entiiie..... 3M ($ ?<*l Lie> ,
P. 191.tsEs.4OR Koiin common itruiiie'l.$1 j 25(< .1 10 (f..1ro..rJ.. .: and Tobacco*,
: : Tar. ne in market. lly SECOND: ST., OPPOSITE: P. 0.TJiER .,<;;;
ft. J-:. Elide, ,,...................,..................... ZS7 Crude Turjen tine.none in market. __ TOYS ASH FANCY ARTICLES.Vcu1ihings Flour. :: ,1-' ,
It. J),.nl' al............................. ltF. C..ttou-wa: Island in the need... 4J f*i 5 KWMA.ACJi: :\'r. .'

C LNCILMP-1 : : : .
) 471 fennttullna :Retail Market.CGKUECTKb Kntrrtuininerits: l. and I Picnics, ;
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>) .Spencer Honne, 'urnifbeil' at the nhortest notice at roc'k-lxH-
I J. J. L. .... 34It. < :;T. MAKY'H, GKOKUIA.; turn: pricfj*, atASlaJ'S

('ri h.................................................. ? i llrnler in Fruit I'tyilMfi: tiarden Sredt. elf:. : UAK.ltY.Centre: -
A. '\'. :'ZX: Street, .
;) VKtrrULKH. J. W. TJJOMI'S'.f the Kearsarge House, i i .
Ray S. Pelaney..... 235: < White Mountains! Proprietor. : 2/1/ ___ ___..Er.ol( _P.;_0.. Building.jinis l'-tC AT OLD P. O. BUILDING
IJu..lwl.$1 4 K'vll :50) .
Potatiwr'. jnr --- -- ---- -
1 Middletou.:........ :r.U -
bahe| ..... WJ Transient rate, I2..VJ |lies tlay. Liberal : YJ'GIFI'IN
..... hwti-t; Potatoes, JIT 1.'cfI ,
J. MtGitfcn........... 234P. I hundre i.-10 wfyyt ltOnions tenas made tu those desiring board. by the \v. K. HAUKXIUIIT,
I Francis............. :233O. i Cabbage.! : I JHr I week. lltf AGENT
<< Iurkl'............................................. :t.!1 i.er quart.-. l/Jfi 15 ,11 I -- -- -- / 10 NT II ACT OR ANP )lUJ I.u.n.Ala'hua : ,
-11 I ('IJI'ca... IMT bushel.............. 1 75f2 t) WIlOLlMVLt:
\" Uwh....... : ( Irf.j O ) FOR IU XT. ASP KCTAILirrCHER
I $ :
Tomatllt"t, ) 'n-nite
Williams ..... P-1"! '
.. .... .....-. 1J7! ,. Tnrnip". 1'r buiuh................. (> I : NICE: ROOMS FOR RENT: ) AND STOCK DEALER:
J. Hrown............. .......... SEVERAL Street, between Second and Thlr.J.YlmS.SIISA. 1) AKOIeaier .
K. ."' iidth.........-. 17 !J rRt'lTIi. I I CITY }MART corner ofCt-n-:
both titkrt : Applet. |*r bushel.............__.. 2 (If)( :S IJI) tre and Third I Streeta.Also In Ire.ENNESSEK .
Messrs. and Uaxter ran on 'J.A.
llojt lUnanas, per him.lrfd............_ 3 (JUH 5 IJOi the tM-ond nit>ry alcove Mestn. SydellA : : BEEF A SPECIALTY.H .
It will be observed that three of the ( C4JtEflUt i t'.1th......................M 10ft 15 I Hro., 'fJMll'r Ash and Third Htre...
aldermen .jn the Qm"' r'atiticket are I J1I11)1I.... I r hu"'tl't'Ol......_._ :3 (J1{ 4Orng.4 I.' M. IMWNEY: .' Orders and eutimaten: from a distance carefully HunT % uARr. J'16If

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Cold, cynic world, stand thou aside, / : : FAST MAIL SERVICE.: -
And t let the sore bcreavcn one GEORGIA AND

Weep out her heartbreak o'er her son, -- )) NTEAJIBOAT C'OMP'V.TIME .
.d IN'X
Right the sod where In his
on pride '('ItO.-.C,,). and SKMI.TIIOPIC'AL Fltt'IT' TREES: KOSIIS, UJ:CII" Ji SCHEDrLE) :,
chivalrous bravery he died.( I

Dare not, with chiding, word or thought, u
To count it a weak woman's whim
OCEAX( : )
I That she may live again with him, Performed by the new and elegantly: appointed No .. ..

His last of earth if she but steamship ADMIRAL) (sidcwhcri), ',1<
Orange Trees MADE A SPECIALTY. according to the following schedule :
The presence consecrated spot. Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.

To walk the very deck where he -- ((1'o.sxcngerH from Savannah leave'\' steamer
City: of Hridgeton on Saturday 4 lA'avC'I.'crnantlina
Had watched the far horizon's edge; JP'- Send for Descriptive Catalogue. or Jacksonville: by Transit Rail ..- ..

To lean above the vessel's ledge AMHUT I. ItII>"'.:II., road train Monday morning), Arrive at r : ,.

And gaze Into the mysteryOf 1 tf Key West 'VclncIIImorning.; Arrive at
the unfathomable JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Havana "'l'llncldatiflernoon.. THE m\VERS:
sea ; -- -------- leave Havana "
Returning, Thursday even "CITY OF HR1DGETOX( : ,
To hail that fatal coastthrotigh fast, ing. Ix-avc(. West Friday morning. Ar- Capt.' Jons FmuERun,
SANBOHN & HOYT rive Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at
Thick-coming tears ; to hear them say, Jacksonville "HA VII> CLARK,"
and Fernandina Transit
"ThIs was his seat on such a day," CaptainV'ARi' >.
4 SECOND STREET, NEAR CENTRE, Saturday evening and at Savannahby
And t, Here he mounted when lie passedTo steamer City o'f; Hridgcton :Monday morning After having undergone extensive! .repairs,

that rcconnoisancc last ;" WltOLKHALF. AmD_RETAIL ), thus forming! the shortest: possible' sea are now in FIItS'f-ChASS:! ORDER! : in every
route between the United States and Cuba. department, and will p perform the
Across the
blinding tropic sand,
Into the heart of Zululand AND J>!':,\J.Jm4 IN C'nftin. Escimivn.- between" Savannah and Florida, connectingat
Savannah to I[a\.uIHL.\:\:! 00 $-1M '>1) Savannah with the first-class Steamship

And halt right in the open place: Fernandina to Havana..... :26. i (K) :5s 00) of the Ocean Steamship ('0. for Xl'W York,
I &
Where he had halted for a space ; Jacksonville to Havana.... 1MOO 3$ 50 also with Philadelphia, Haltimore( and JIll
For staterooms and tickets! apply to LEVE: Steamers
To watch the reedy jungle where --- A ALDEN'S: Tourist Ofllces. ton GOINU norm.Darid .

The ambush Savannah, Ga.-Corner Bull and .
i savage waiting lay, IJryan Clm-k
J Ere turning like a stag at hay, streets. II. A. CALLAN. Agent. Leave Savannah..Monday A Ih'rlloonTh I 111"! -
Jo'c'rlHlllllinu-I'jmont: Hotel. A. L. M ELLEN
lie saw from out the hidden lair 2-19-ly day Afternoon.
Arrive Fernandina..Tuesday Evening: Friday
: The assegais (lash:: high in air ; T LORIDA CENTRAL: RAILROAD. I /1OXDENSED: : TIME CARJ .r'kI'OIlvllllrner Hay and Pine streets.A. Evening.at : I

;. To lift her face to the same sky C. LANPHEUE, Agent.St. : l r f KritljrtvnLeave ; !
Savannah..TuesduyAfterloonSatur- I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., March 10, 1870. :
He looked his last -catch the breath
: on
On and after this date Trains on this Road I ATLANTIC, (I U LF' & Wl.... I' INDIA TItAN- __ .. h', AgentC.'IIAKMIKTON_ _. .._..__.. 20.tf day Afternoon. I
; With which he breathed
her in
name death, SIT RAILROAD Arrive Fermandina..1VwLiesday: horning.Sundmiy .
will run as follows : : : SAVAXXAII
1 Then faint upon the sod and lie PENIXSULAR Morning.I

{ As he did-(could she only die?) DAY PASSENGER, (Excnrr; : SUM>AY.) ( Hu/i/o( Untuck RAILROAD,) AND FLORIDA Arrive Jacksonville..Wednesday: Noon.Airive .
., Leave Jacksonville KIJO:: A. M. ANDCUMHERLAND STEAM: PACKET; COMPANY.[ 1'alatka..11'ednsday. Evening.CiOINO : fit
'Tis well I Tis best that she should strain Leave Haldwin !1)lU::!( A. M. ROUTE.: : XOBTII. \

I Her anguish to its utmost throe, Leave Lake .11:.">.'! A, !M. WINTER SCHEDULE.

I:'Ji Until there be no dregs:I of woe, Arrive Leave Live at Savannah.. 8tr 1:00:: i-i-.. M.:M. In Effect( February ht, 1SSO. The new Iron Palace steamier; Ixiave City of I'alat liriilijeton ka....(........Thursday Afternoon.(

No remnant-lees of maddening pain, Leave Savannah? /8:00:( ) A. M. i. OOINO :;:lTII. ST. JOIIVS Leave Jacksonville: ...........Thursday Night.
i Left for her after to drain. ." Fcrnamlina..Sunday 'J.30:: p.nl.,1'ridmry.'
grief I
Leave Live ,
jr r>: > > t>. u. I Leave Atlanta, Gar! ......... ............... 11.15 I'. M. Arrive Savannah..Monday: Morning', Saturday -
1 / r< Ah, cynics, every gibe withhold! Leave Lake fl.OO: >. !M. Ix-ave Macon, Oa......................... 7.-l.; I'. M. Morning.Ilnvld .
'a Whoe'er was hurt with lightning stroke! Arrive Leave Baldwin Jacksonville. 7:0.: 1'. !M. I|, I.eave Hrunsvvick! at $::95 r. M. Arrive Fernaiulina Fla............... jI/
71 Or mortal man, or stalwart oak, lO.lo) .t. M. Leave 1'eruundina..Tusday! Evening: ( Friday
; Or even a lifeless stattll! 's mold, MAIL AND EXPRESS: (DAILY.) I' Leave Fernandina.......................10.0:! A. 111. Evening.

Was sacred in the days of old 1 1MnrgarcL ri Leave Jacksonville'< ."):::10!( r. M.\( I Arrive. Baldwin I I'-Fla....:...... ..:........:.. l.'Jo; p. M. Arrive Savannah.\Vedru'sday: Night! Saturday -

i J. I'rcston.11ICL ( Leave White House.................... fil.i!: r. !M. |: Leave Bal,I will Jacksonville.... l.Jo"p.: :>t. ;,"-- Night.
Leave Haldwin. 7:00: 1'. :M. Arrive Jacksonville: (Cum. Route).. 2.r:! p. M. ('.'I'T. LEO YOG L.11'i11 NOTE.-On both, trips South and! North,

CULTUKi IX FLORWA.We Leave; Darby ville. 7:'_'."> r. M. i', Leave Haldwiil for Cedar K-y....... l.flO' r._:M.i leave Fernandina Jacksonville I'a- the }David Clark will call at all way landings.
...... .. .. ..... : All trips' terminating and startingfrom
; Leave Sanderson.. .... 8.07: r. !M. i ..
ventured \rri'c'ailio
I a few days ago to say some i (Junction I'. R. R) .. 4.111'. :M. latkii and intcnncdiate landings on St. Johns Fernandina connect with Transit Railroad:
I. thing to stimulate the culture of rice in this Leave Olustec: H:4.'J: : r. !M. Leave Waldo.......... :.................... 4. 'I) I'. M. River, and Savannah and Charleston as! follows Express: Train to and from Jacksonville, and
Leave Mt. Carrie.......................... U.O.'t: *. '
: i !M. :
( county and in the state. The difllculty is: in Arrive laincsville......... ............... 6.17 p. M.: there with :Steamers to and from all landingson
finding some one who has had sulllcient experience Arrive Lake !1KJO::: p. !M. !1 Leave Gainesville; ........ ............... 5.S! I'. M. From Fcrnandina for Jacksonville and the St. Johns!! also to and from Gainesville -
I in raising this land to Leave Live :2:15: A, ;M. Arrive Cedar ... U.IIO:: I'. M. I'tdatka'rlmrsday April 1 5 ,
:: crop on high A. M. Waldo, (Cellar Key, etc. Tickets!! art-
Arrive Tallahassee: ...................... 7:00: A. i.Arrive Trains "
make his to Jacksonville and
cxpcl'iellce'uluuhll' as a guide. 10:1. : North of Hald Sunday, 4, 0 A. !II.ThurN"ay sold through to and front all the above
We have made! some inquiry as to the raising Arrive Savannah Albany.. 9.00: A. M. win daily. 8, 5 A. at. points' : and when Steamer City of Hridgeton
of this crop by dry culture and find that : A. !M. IO1NU :""ioItTII.I.o Sunday, J II I, 7.-\II.! runs through between Savannah and Palat
Leave Savannah 40:! .
every one who planted last year seems well 4K( Albany I' at
satisfied with his experience. Two gentlemen Leave Tallahassee .5:4.: i iI Arrive Gainesville 1 ........................ 8.41 A. M. Sunday, 18:, !t A. :si. by rail between Fernandina and Jackson
\ near Ocala, planted, ono thirty, and the :! Live :. :1M": I' M. i J Leave Gainesville............... ......... 8.50A.M.) Thursday, :22: 4 A. !u. ville.\
other live acres: and they raised fifty bushels: Leave
l to the acre not on wet, low land, but new :Mt. Carrie City .............. ........... 4:18:: A.A. !M.LeaveOlustie M.. i iIcavc I 1 Leave Waldo.............................. l.5. A. M.I Thursday: :W! 5.-\. si. partil'lIlal'1npply to the following f Agent
hammock land. It seems, mostly, however, 1:10: .t, M. I] Arrive Haldwin..........................1.17: I'. M.j From Fernandina for Savannah and Char and Rites:

to have been planted in low places in this Leave Sanderson......................... 5:11): .\, M. I j I Leave Jm'k1l0nvillc't'um.- ( lloiite.ll.l.r) -A.--:M.- leston'l'uesdav, April '.', 3 I'. si.Friil.iv Styannalmia.-Cnr.Ilull and Hryan St.*.,
county, and I the yield was at the rate of thirty Leave: }Darbyville. fr.Vt: A. !M. Arrive Haldwin.... ....................12.0: : p. :II.II "" <0!, !1t.\II.: opposite Pulaski and Sere veil Hou e.Fernandina .
r to fifty bushels per acre, in one instance the Leave lIahl\ < :: Tuesday, fl.) ll: si.Friday I Fla.-At the Egmont:: Moteand
Hundred \ 0:1(1: A M. Leave Haldwin. ...... ................. .
astonishing yield of one l bushels: IsclalnH.I [ .12.10 I' :M. ; iJ: :L' I'. M.\( to Capt. Jno. L. Rouniillat Agent.;
Ix-ave Wliite i House.................... 7:0. II
) A. :M.
1 !. This' was planted in May, and : : | Arrive Fernandina..........:........... ::1.401'. :M. Tuesday 1(5( 3 I'. !si. Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Hay and Pine
Arrive Jacksonville....................
ripened during the very wet weather in Sep 7)0: A. :M. I Leave Fernandina....................... :{.4."> I'. M. Friday, :'M, !n I'. !si. ., Dr. L'Engle's Drug; Store; .\. C. Ijin- 'toli'I.
tember, and the consequence: was that much: On :Mail and Express Train Sleeping Cars Leave Urunswick....................... 8.00 r. :M.I : Tuesday!; t.'J: !0 A. :si. phere, Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hungcrford,
of it was lost because it could not [be cured. run through to and from Jacksonville; and I Leave Macon..................... ......... .40 .\. M. Friday; ;::7, 11'.M. Agent.St.;: .
This experiencewonldstm\ge.>that tlio planting Savannah ; also: Lucas Sleeping Cars run '!I' Arrive Atlanta, (ia..... ...... ........... 1.1. p. :M.I Tuesday, :::0. :{ I'. si.: Augustine, Fla.-Oi| the Hay, H.o'.
slioulil bo in April, or.cNe in June or through to and from .Jacksonville' and Tallahassee. '1 I Trains to Cedar Key and South of H.dd- Close connection made with steamers for Armstrong, Agent.

July, so the gathering should bo before or : : win daily except Sun,lay. :Mfllonville( and I'nterprisc,11150: with steamers Palatka, Fla.-Lilienthal Hrothers; Co..

alter tho FERXANDIXA: EXPRIXS I>. for Oeklawaha Savannah Agents.
September storms. ( \u.\ ) I PEN IXS IT LA 11 J RAILROAD River ; also at

t One mini: who brought to town some I.o<'u\'c Jacksonville.... ................11:15: : A. M. I ( \\\'uld\ llfaiuh.) with ttIlIl'nlflr; New York', Philadelphia, GUSTAVE: U VI':.
specially sound and heavy rice;, said lie hud Arrive Haldwin: .':::O) p. M. j and Haltimore, and at Charleston with steamers ,- General Passenger Agent.

raised!! it on a piece of old; light. high land Arrive Fcrnandina. ...................... !3lo!: I'. M. \i iIxave uoi.\u HOUTII. for New York, Itoston, Philadelphia' Haltimore W. I". HARRY( ,

but hud only about eighteen; bushels per Fornandina............ ...........IO.OA.:;; M. I II Leave Waldo Junction....... ......... 0.00A.M.: with Northeastern and! South Carlo- Gl'llC"rnlL'nt.: Savannah
acre. There scenes no longer any doubt as Leave Haldwin............................ 1'J: \) 1'. M.: !!' Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.40A.M. lina Railroads: : for routes North East and J. N. HARRIMAN,
to the success of upland ordry culture for rice.In Arrive Jacksonville :2ii!::! I'. M.Pjussengers Arrive Lochloosa.............. .......... 8.10 .t. :M.CiOINU We t. _11 ____.._ .__ ___ _. .Manager.MAMiOKY'S ; u .
t the p.ust; live years it hL'4II|>ccome a considerable for Fernandina and Cedar Key i' Oltrll.I FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER! : ACCOMMODATIONS. -

crop along the railroad from Savannah take this! train. No train from Haldwin to.I I.o<'u\"c 1/H'lllooHU: ............... ...........10.00A.M. .
to Florida. One station in Clinch Cedar I I i I Leave Hawthorne.......................lO.f.i A. M. Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
county is said to have shipped! this year Key on Sunday. :J I Arrive Waldo Junction................1:!.1.') I'. u. and all information furnished at office corner 1 LORIDA STEAMSHIP: LIXE.
Cox.\r/Tio.\s. Haldwin with A. (I. it 'I
IS.UOo'bushels. The quality) of the rice when : Trains from Waldo Loehloosaand return
Centre and Second !streets.
cleaned, is just! culture. bound 'and I clean rice has been mill Feniiindina and all points North and j I .. u iXMy ___ __ __ _C._ A.. _XOYESLST. _
e worth this year, at least $1 U) per bushel. It West ; at I Lake City for Tallahassee: Albany, I j j CONNECTIONS.I :: MAitY's RIVER IMCKKT.rpJIE : Only IHrect Line to>> New York.
a will not probably; be worth low next )'l'ar.lli Savannah, and all points North and West ; !j I ATLANTA.

the crop will have to he largely increased 1 to at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steamers. + Close connection is made Atlanta.. Ga., "J',- .
affect the price. It does seem as if rice-grow, j. s. MCELROY: to and from I all poinU North, E.t, West and "'- ..--=-- I\.

(ing otters as good advantages to farmers as "'. M. Diynisox, Master Transp'n. Northwest daily.AT! .. ,J. ti:

that of any other crop, especially in the low .._.. Superintendent.IMPROVED .. .. .. '_ !MACON 11., ____.=-:.-:.-..".... ..;;:,:...'.. --- .,.,:,B
flat lands in Duval and Nassau counties. With Trains for Eufaula: Columbus, Ga.,
The mill in this city is u convenience, but it 'LAGG'S Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans. STEAMER: : FLORA,

does not, in any WilY ufl'cct the price or the PATENT LIVER P1DINEVER THE FINE STEAMERS, .
1 question of raising tho article, as it can be j CAIT. JOHN RICIUKI>SON,
shipped to Savannah for from five to eight CAM BC MADE ANY: : fiuK.vom(OET HABD.JJEHBID.: : Wit With New York and Fernandina Steam- WESTERN: TEXAS;
c'cntsl'r\ hu,hcl, and sold in that market if TWICE: .4 Loxo. I i ship Line frUIII' I'\\' York on Wednesday, at WILL RUN OX THE ST. .MARY'S:: R1Ver -

the, price is more satisfactory. meats! Cure: Tlioc> ; Crcgjisg tie 67stea 10.UO a. m., and for New York on Friday: at during; the season as follows : CITY OF' AUSTIN, ,.
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The4 ujusta! Georgia, AVit-s says : "How COAsfbillsandVerer: .{.40 p. m.; from Nassau, N. P., on Wc.fnColla I Leave ST. MAHY'S EYERY: MONDAY and
many people Augusta; : are aware that rice i ; for Nassau, N. P.. on Wednesday. THURSDAY MORXIXG at U o'clock, forFEKNINPINA CITY OF DALLAS. ,
is growing in fifteen miles of this: city with ,qTM[ {i, With Georgia and Florida Inland :Steanmoatb.fronmavannahoni'nesdayll'etl ; and will leave 1.'tmuslJls.\
I '
1 as good and at times a better net yield per rfompaint! wY 4 es- same days at 8 a. m., for CAMP PISCKXEY 4 STEAMER OF THIS LIXE: WILL
bushel than on the coast? Mr. II. V. Walk- Crtpepsa: ,its ouat i day Friday and Sunday ; for' Savannah on and all internuxliate" lauding; ; on the river. J\_ leave FInS.SDISEVEny: THURSDAY -

cr, of Jackson, on the Tort Royal I tail mud, Deutala. PAD. t Tuesday, Friday and Sunday Returning EYERY: : TUESDAY:; and FRIDAY for NEW YORK ; and from NEW YORK,
expects this season to send; to Charleston With Charleston Steamers (St. Julia and 1 will arrive at ST. M\HY'S at 5 p. in., Pier 'JO East River, EVERY FRIDAY: for
t 17.>.000< |H>unds of rice, and has already tent KenoasDess.Rhensitisa. City I'uitt) from Savannah and Charleston' touching at FFKXINDIX. Florida: at 3 p. in.
over U,000 pounds. As! an Instance of the I !! Wednesday and Sunday ; for Savannah: and On WEDXI'DAYS and SATURDAYS This Line having no transfers to make

prolific yield, he stated in this otllce and exhibited Csf.inllu!, Charleston: Monday ami Friday.With will leave \IARY'tlat: 8'JO::: a. m., and can between Jacksonville and New York, oilers
the bill of sale from u well-known Steamer Flora' daily to and from t.Iary's. be chartered for excursions toIuugcncas the best and cheai est transportation to Florida -
Charleston house showing that thirty-six Female! ) Ga., and bemi-vveekly to and from tohippt'N.Or.1ngl's .

tierces of rice grown on fifteen acres of land i uheS; St. Mary's River Landings.AT will receive n'eeial care in hand

sold fur $1,400, and after deducting expenseof ; Sick 4 !Xmoui UlLDWJN. FLA., and other points( of interest in the vicinityof ling.

planting, reaping; shipping and belling le3dsrhe.! : rjo ;" With Trains: for Live O.lk.Tall.1ha"Sc.'C. and Fernandina. PASSENGER: ACCOMMODATION'S ARK
expenses in Charleston, netted him $l.- all points in Middle and West Florida.AT FIRST-CLASS.
12J 0.')." These Pud ("Ire.n Oi.PUtt bbeo"ticII.. No Through: Hills' of Lading
Nox'OlU l'III..01l"'C"oO nOUll \Irdicln a.tokP'i LOC1ILOOSV.\., The traveling public are offered the ail-
talk of hal'ltthUl'S
And yet some our people Into I'M! Stomach. The I'ot.li| tin worn over the I'll MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all uf DIRECT
I With Steamer At/An for all points and by vantages a LINK:, WITHOUT'
and ..
starvation Tliia, beats! cotton or cf tt'J Morewh, covmnst; : the In-at Nerve ('rrl- .
55g anything else, and is! good lesson to farmers sl' 'lo the Liver and Stomach. A gentle \"' ."lIb'* landings) on Orange lake, on arrival of Peninsular points on the St. Mary's.Clone ANY lIL\: (UI''tmnl'.tiCln: :!! made at
13aiCieni.nrhi'4! ,
mmntheeretm utonoithet"m.lnnI Itellrud'1'rain. Jacksonville with all t-teamlxtats for all
who have swamp land or marshy tI1ats.'sla /& Livrr.purirjlncthfllbsnii.fticiiiladnirihrl" l lv,-ranl Connection the
points St.
on John's and
1'rest. Ki Jne v !.> healthy act.nn. sr.ct .t..nJtth'-nnlC: the! ATOUNKSV1LLE, FL.\.. Oeklawaha
a/ ________________ Indian
bumiich in dic York and
t foLD With Staw Line for (k.1lalhl Tampa on made with the New Savannah
DV ALL PU"oGJlTa.oraectby at Fernandina fur all railroad
? colored sister in I
"Th ERE Used to bo an old ,> Kvprw*. and from Steamers. Mark all goods "Care Steamer
Wednesday Saturday
C 1 the borough; of Franklin, I'.'.," the tall thin! Muimf.ictaml at 33:) 4 XOMTU LlBlKTT ST. | Monday, and; SunI Flora, Fernandina." in Florida.
"who unctions in qI-TUloJlJ. 'iI... I Ocala and'I'autpa Tuesday, Friday -
pastor says, very '
pra'r, and one time duringa rl'vh'af'asun HORSEY & CO., Agents,
ATCKUVB KEY, FLA., Excursionists: and Tourists will LOWER INDIRECT: LINES.:
the got down on her knees: waved her hands I sengeiN.; Timex BY
in the air and shouted, Come down, 0 sper- : !Fernandina.: JFla. II I 1 With Tampa Steam-dim Co.'s lane for find this very attractive trip, as the f-cenery
rit of the Mah ter ; come down, 0 good ---'--- -- --- ---I) Tampa and Manatee Mouthy aml'Thursilay i-t grand and alligators and other game are .):'s -Thro'ljh: Rates and Bills: of Lading \

Lord, come right; down thru do roof, an' I'll .11 i: Tit O 1* O 1.1 'I' .\ -V DINING 1 at 4 p. m., and fur. Key West Sunday and abundant.For to all points.FitSteamers. .Il

pay for de shingles !I' ROOMS, i Thursday, at 0 p. m. I further Information apply to I : of this Line; t3il.1ir '(.t from I
You: remember" said the sad '|! With the United State ami Havana: Fast: I JOHN RICHARDSON.2Vtf : FERXAND1XA to NASSAU;; X. P., under

"the good( brother in Greensburg; Indwho I (Opposite the IW om{- ,) :, Mall Steamer A'lmUiU for Key W.t.1Ia\'una.[ : .. FiTiiandina. Fla. contract with the Hahamas Government,
was suJ'lenly called on to lead in prayer at Cuba, on arrival of Special p Tr.1in,1\' Tuesday -- --- -- --- ---- and are the only steamers that land at the
some meeting, and opened his petition by ) afternoon! ut 4.1W: p. in. From Havana, "'U. u. C. IURYEE, }pier in Nassau. I In.
Cuba aiul Key Wit Saturday. Sj e- j W. SOUTH WICK '
saying: Unaccuitomed 1 as we urc to publicspeaking PRIVATE TRANSIENT: HOARDIXG. every 1" Agent,
AND : | / 1 EXERAL lX> DU :
I 0 Lord, and bring entirely unprepared dial train to connect.R'itit MERCHANT, Fernaudina.
we will btill endeavor to make a few HOIRD RE-isoxAbLC. No pains: spared to {I Steamer Faterpri., for p.iintson the I C. II. MALLORY .t CO., .
' rambling remark: ,' suit customers. 17-3m! |I Suwannee River on Thinxlays at Ii a. in. CE.NTUE ST., NE.iB R. R. DEPOT, _Pier\1: East River New York. j!-t(
f "And tho! Kansas preacher." the man ont ---- --'---'--- For intormation reflecting routes, rates, i -- !

the wood-box: said "that noble IVentis tells MASOXIC: .-ThiTe will be u regular com1 1 etc., apply to FEIIXAXDIXA, FL.V. Dr. AKTHUIl C. FOICD,
to the > Amelia IAlgl'0.. 47, A. O. MicDOXELL,
C about who referred in his prayer IK I
litical condition of the (.nuutry during Ii Vt'ry .'. A A. M.. on Monday evening, February Gen'l Ticket and Po-'s. Agent. Hay, Corn, Oats. DENTIST,

exciting canvass! and added : For the j\articulaw ttJd; at 7J o'clock ;l arp. Transient brethren I D K. M \XWELL. (icn'l Supt. 2l_ 1-tf .
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and 3eUiU of which 0 Lord, we refer arc fraternally invited to attend. Fourth St., bet. Centre and ALwhua,
I W.o'. to'xrrrr' M. Ulscllul': TO THE: al lRll )R. $2: PER JOn PRINTING, in every style and at
the morning
thee.' It to tLe \columns of papers. Jons A, WUITKEY, Secretary. 0 annum $1 for six: month. I lowest rates, at the MIKBOB office H tf FEIIXAXDIXA, FLA

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