Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00025
 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: December 6, 1879
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: UF00054505:00025
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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"RESOLUTE." I PHILOSOPHY.' I't lssiNtt.-For words: ('.-1.\\-\t! meeting! of the Trinidad
THE TOlto' THE ::
OFCurnEvery.bodyaboutthe !
Church JHrcctory.1'HKSHYTERIAN. THE: \ mouth, kissing Scientific Association some very
unsafe in women's \
Never before a New York always ,
depot knew Chub, the basket boy, : says paper) .
substituted the concealment interesting t facts were related respecting -
la- limping through the : was thcie a vessel that: had\ \ a more! was for
RVV..T. II. Myer, 1).I)"l'l\l in. mill 7.K:: p.m. SIIlIclnY'4ChooI9:11I\.1n.: PrayerItleeling ,I rooms l'cmllts-1H'n-I' exploring ship) Itrnvlutf, rear the timbers the music of kissing can only be compared \ known in the West Indies. The
Thursiluy. isl or
I of which II piece of firniturc i is to / to many things more :
invited.EPISCOPAL. waylfister,
cordially for Right
are \
penny and investigations
and The chiefthing sale in markets t the
,1 romantic. tropical ,
for fresh-baked peanuts and ripe be made for \I[is. Henry Crinnell, ot :
HI'O.. I'. Tlmrknru, lh'etor. t'nlcI at 11 a. your this l'itEIrh' in 185-1, tirourttnartialsat in kissing appears: to be to hang t were nuule on some of the %
red -
Week-day III. Prayers Hcrvice at 4 p. m.Friday sjumlay-wliool, 4 p. m. Seats 3.30: p.free.m. Wheie apples Chub came from or to whom at 'Sheernoss} : Englanl; to inquireinto ) on as. long as pos' >itile') and drop each root 'mirchasctl at the 1'urt-of Spaindjrcctly The:
the cultivators.
Stringers!\ and others are cordially invited! to he belonged. was u mystery. He wasalways the abandonment, 01 Sir EdwardBelcher's : ..Ith'rilh a crash. A :sigh like n from
Attend. his from early morningtill Arctic expedition} of the Inwsiigator t\'hil'l\\' lIII. thrown in at the end, is n strange fact is ascertained that the
CATHOLIC CHURCH.Rev. at post .. and! the signallor sweet wl'1lntho! bitter cassava: yieldsthe
would disappear the 1:1'8011Iutl the .Is..i. 1'1'0111'or appreciation
Pastor. Services at Old nine at night.\ Then he ,
J. P.
O'Hoyle distinction
that line of -
nThe fondness for kissing poison, so no
will others, an fini>
vessels two
Those '
Town Mii-w at 8 1III.. At less TownhighMasstnt but only I to return punctuallythe ttince.
Serinon,1O. ) a. m.; Cnt chi&lI, 3 p. 11\.; lln-. had been sent forth to arch for the, is attributable to the ladies' taste for; can bo. drawn between the varieties
Vespers\ 7.30 p. m.METIIOniST. next wasn't: communicative and lamented Franklin and his tlevutedomEanions tooling! around the ends of \'OUIIItWII'I as: to the dangers; of their use
lie at
EPISCOPAL.Rev. mustaches and to the The active! principle[ of the poison was
in the (' : !' and their three captains: : / young
J. U. Ley, Pastor, Services at 11 a. m. said but little to 1111one way ascertained be acid.
to pnissic
had been men's ambition to hate the growth of long ago : !
; and MeClire
liked Belcher Kellett >
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening nt of t conversation. Yet t everybody ,
the One of ho I fresh root of the bitter I
mustaches encouraged pound
not eJ,1with nonI so ;
o'clock. him his face and withered limb obliged to return,
UAPTI 3T. ; pale : 'without application of a rod-hailed girl to Ihut'neardlcss cassava yields nearly two grains of' I

of the lnissingexlhxcrhunt
Rev. II. M. Kill!:, Piistor. Services on the drat \\ ('re sure to appeal: to their sympathies. : I / : backward has (he acid the; percentagein the sweet
ut'a youth
and ecoud Sundays of each month nt 11 a. III. J used to like him myself, and bringing back: their ships.: TheJiesolutf lips ; I 1
at 3.30 mCOLOItEU : effect equal to that of a root i is usually smaller by nearly 0110hilII' -
and 7:30 p in. Sunday-school : p. him a a stnl\\'lIrll\luJ j\\erful sailing a stimulating ) :
it always pleased me to see get
CHUKCHIX.Trinity huuse only lurking in but a specimen of the sweet kindwas '
dI\l'u; craft, had passed Jl (ough many lint- ; danger ;
/ McthottM j:;>Mro;>u/.-Rev. I;;. I). Per- good :! tUIII Chub difficulties wht'lIl1ho'M finally laet t- their Ion frequent) reputation. Kissing: shown that gave nearly two and u :
1111. ,3:) ,and 1 7:30: Hut its over year: now since ;4
""""n, I'untor. Services m. I'.m" natural cunning \half grains of poison to the pound. The ; }
to girl ns n :
p. in. .Sunday-School 9 a. in. l'rl'l'rl'l'tillj..\ t-olI1nppll'l'IlIl\l11'IUllIts; at our depot cued in the floes! of Melville :Sound, :and comes as a )
Friday, at 7 o'clock, I), in. and 1 miss him There is a real; believing that she could\ iwerget awa\ lly to a bald head .\ man slides) as root in the latter instance was of large
Melhodmt //illrop-HI'\. I. I.ow, yet. \ kiss into his size and is said to have remained in :
African Edward orders icluotanlly n'kwal'll1into his first I : as! : : ,
Pastor. Services at 11 a. n,.,:3 p.,"., and 7:*> p,in.Sundayschool lonesome place over in the corner ; again, Sir gave '
brother's and his \anity t the f.H'oI1lHII1101'l' than a : to acquire !
elder tail-coat year
U a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday here he used to sit and eat his to abandon the ship. The crew!
nt o'clock.. his favorite made everything bebw and aloft( ; equally) great on\ both occasions.: Heconsiders such growth.. From the juice of three i
lunch at noontime. It'n snug
hrat \II..toll, Pn!tor. Services I
/lill'MHcTohn had extractedsix
at 11 a, m., :3 p. in., and 7.3o' )I. III. Sunday seat, and il never seems filled now. then, one May tiny, in 18.,1, bade: :adieuto them as sft'J1tuJI (the l.uldcr 1 pounds Professor .'
at 7 of \lite and would have his promotionsproclaimed : 1\11111\ halfgrains of prussic acid of (
t : agents
o'clock. from the and the standard strength as: laid down by
housetops'( ,
; with their fellows England.
> \ in that direction safely
Second .-Rev. Lewis Cook I ""tor.'r! remark when they glance
vices at 11 n. m., :3 p. in., and 7:30: p. m. Sunday : "It seems kind o' lonesome One morning of summer, 'IV' the Labrador pooled from the church steeples( but the British' Plnmnncopirin; the quantity
school 9 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, nt 7 Chub around." coast t, American whaler namedJlnrMcin such' is: his: modesty: his family circle of poison: was sufficient to kill six j'
not to sec
o'clock. .. _, bark-iigged shin" that when a younger brother quietly adults. It[ was presented at the meeting
I a_ .'.:- -- : = .C=- -=-::' ':" I remember, as if it were but yesterday spied a : ) '
81'.11'11W8. the lady coming in leading that strangelysilent, lying aground, lie mentions them he looks:! l'l.tlInd! feelsunlYatcrnal. : !but nono of the members cared! to

little witch5th a blue silk bonnet boarded her, and flllllul'Nthinj! in The female sex obtain test: its powers.

ORANGE cuiinly I huts' had n slight crowning her curls. It was the sweetest perfect order! ; ('HI'bl'Ul'l' trimmed, their proficiency) in kissing by )perpetual "
baby ever saw. As she ran about every rope coiled with cool's livingIII study and constant t practice. "All out hero, shouted the conductor

frost. the (depot she happened to espy Chub mi/en peak, but not a soil on board.Presently : They are early distinguished lor their whereupon an excited I disciple of
Tun walking rink is still interesting limping his rounds. She ran right up I he discovered that this wa: appetite in tlal1111'tj; for what girl i is nuteasy Bismarck, hound fifty miles above, 't

Jacksonville.ExOov.! to him, and putting out her tiny hand I the llctolute. She had drilled for ovel (' to kiss a baby at all hours and picked up his carpet !bag, umbrella and '
touched his crutch. 1,000) miles without starling a rope, all "seasons' : ? This sort of kiss! gradually newspaper} bundle, and prepared/ to 0 i

REED: wants to be city scavenger "Oh, oo I 'ame boy," she cooed, faom Melville! Island, thii ugh h Lancaster I develops into the embryo kilOS, affected leave the car. muttering: "id I I'nli pctI .

of Jacksonville. "I'se dot a tUs for oo." Sound, round by Cajw! Liverpool, by school-girls, and female companions ter I you doand schwindlo' beoples Ii ker r

Minister Chub's face; fairly glowed with delight past: Pond's Bay, down Dkivis': Straits l and finally into the! kiss of regular this, already. I make bixuess by myself :
as he bent his head to receive the to the shoals ot Labrador.. The ice had lovers-intense, passionate and very to speak ,mitl tier directors, any how, h.. t

to Russia, i is in Jacksonville. kiss from the I'lIs-hIHllip+. lie reached melted, the floes! had opehed currents nice to contemplate on n stnilii night. py}I gracious." The customary annouucemcnt i:

HKNUY: OVERSTREET: a prominent her handful: of )peanuts, which had taken charge! ; of her, and\ the lonely Oft in the stilly night may the sound was explained to him, and 'I
is dead. she took and placed in her little sack ship, with none but the forces of thetea l he> heard, and! when s-ouiiding out from he returned to find his scat occupiedby
citizen of Orange county
for her pilot and only invisiblebauds the cllllol' the passage it may safely he! Bontu one else.: Then ho went to tho Y;
THE Jacksonville city teams nnd real "Iso love oo, poor 'a me boy," she on her wheel, had: llo.'ited: sal'ch I'. l'lIlIl'hull'llthal the door will presently soukingear, swore in his native tongue, '"!|

estate have been levied on by the said, softly, "IIIU l' oo was dood to me." and soundly past all the l'l'l'I'nllli reekswhich liang, and footsteps: he heard retreating; ate pretzel, and then blew his nose BO 'l!
"Come here, Birdie," l'allellthe lady. stud so long n course, until :such\, and that ,ft'lIl1will appear with her loud that passengers thought the bell-\ 1 lil| t., .
@heritf 'J
"No, mamma nod! Isc doing with time as this"tellitrin101111"made: her" collar milled, ihe cigar ash upon her rope had been )pulled. j

THE Atlantic and Gulf U. R. is now, poor) 'ame boy" she said resolutely, out. Ire brought this aboudoncd, British shoulder. One thing bo careful of as ,I, \ .

the "Savannah,, Florida and ,,'cste1'l1 sticking close to Chub. vessel into Boston Harbor as sound! you value your reputation for respectability REPUGNANCE( : : to military l life has induccdjimong -

Railroad." But the lady came and took her ns on the day when she started from, : don't kiss a girl in the dark, the inhabitants of u certain .

away, and Chub hobbled into the other EII htllll. Our Government behaved! I unless you can depend! upon the spot village in the department of the I'
THE. clink of Professor Gwynn'ssleen' room. nobly about the Jtexolule./ We'pnid where the- pins protrude;; n suddenjah \ Seine curious\ practice of atrophying) \

buttons are once more heard 'in The IIdwas busy with her book Hartstein his salvage I out of the treasury. with one of these will spoil) the out! of the great toes!, by some secret

the !land. and didn't notice her child slip out, butI Then Washington authorities best-intended kiss! ever bestowed on npretty method of muscular contraction which

did, and every now and then caught It'L riggers) and ship-painters! to work ( girl-Home Journal.MARVELOUS has bullied the scrutiny' of the most experienced (

THE Orange county court recentlyheld stray glimpses of the little figure as upon her, tidied her up inside and outside : army surgeons. The deformation i
C.\I'I--OlJc of lilt most ,
: !
r 'an all-night session, adjourningat she ran up and down tin \platform. and t then sent her across the Atlantic instant !deaththin prevents the foot from being

daybreak.A By and by I heard whistle 'Twns under an eminent officer) with remarkable capc.s( : from brought: fully to the ground. With .
heard of for '
the fast mail going up, but it don't the English flag at the main and I the we some such success' has this system of mutilation -
COMPANY has been formed in Jefferson stop. I thought of the baby and so stars and! stripes aft, with the compliments !! related to us yesterday by u gentleman been carried on for; (ho! past' fortyyears

county to secure navigation to did her mother. of Uncle! Smin1"to her Britannic who was on the train when the in one particular village, and BO

the head of the W nci 8n. "Birdie," she called, but no Birdie \hijest}'. The people England: i accident occurred A lady from and J Kansas two discreetly i hut vu the peaceful! peasants .
aiWw'eml. Just then I glanced out, were greatly pleased! by this act of generositv l'll hlrcn1'0 en route kept their counsels! that in the whole I
.J, D. THOMPSON: the colored lawyer, City to Staunton, Va. The youngest! 1 1WII
and there stood the little one in the on our part, aunt I Queen 1'icturiiiwent 1'1111'hill' }period only tnreo consci ipts' were drawn(
In i in Monticello, the Cuiwtitittioii/ says, silk bonnet right upon the track. \herself) tin board to receive from i about one year of age, who were found able to march.

to ahswer to an indictment for a felony. I fairly stopped\ breathing: from very our officers her ship, for which she its mother was asleep it crept back to
thl\nkl'llthl'1II most sincerely. It is! a .1; rear seat, and climbing up to an open' .
fOI'wnrlllhrick- ConnecticutVajley
terror. The mother ran A THE.: tobacco/ cru'of' .
COMMISSIONER: : French's daughter was "Will her? Will no pity this old wanderer! t-lionld have to window! leaned quite a distance out. is reported by 4
lug, no one have wo see, many .
Midden of the train happening' at
married recently to Win. F. Leavett lie broken but it is eminently jar that
her farmers
one save ? up; PI'OI"t'r of the window resident to surpass( even
caused it
the time to fly out -
shouted I Chub that some sort of memento d tobacco Tho ; i
of City. "Yes, a voice. paw of 1WH, great year,
Orange unobserved! of the

by one
limp wildly out and snatch the little come out of 'her timbers to the widowof any passengers weather t linn "t'cnl't>r)' fair for curing,
all the other
THE Jacksonville city council l has form front its perilous! position and the American gentleman who, nt whose fltl'l'K'l'I'O though perhaps a. little too dry. All \ ,

tried once more to sit down on ,,('no. throw it on one side jtrt its the train great expense, searched! so often fur Sir way.the The lime train and the was mother near Parkersburgat happening engaged in (cultivation of the staple k I

The great diUiculty seems! to be to find thundered! by. John Franklin to woke a, moment after, discovered( are. anticipating good returns, especially )
The baby was saved: ; but upon thetrack I if prices hold up, of which there nro .
sitting on. her loss and! search through ( curfailing
what a
they are ,
was crushed and mangled form. A STRAXGI: 81'OItY.Xot long ago, became fair indications. A good l deal of the
reveal the infant she
THOS. E. WILSON, postmaster at Sanford They lifted him "sadly' and laying him says the London l iily Trlnjraph a frantic to with grief. The passengers, all "Cubit"! : variety has been grown this I /

sued Major Marks for slander, clown upon one of the seats, went I well-known collector of curiosities in enlisted t<< in the search., and, Htirmising year, and it turns out exceedingly well

laying damages at 20,000, but the jurycouldn't for help. 1 Paris, who had devoted considerable that the )baby) had fallen out, the train in most places Connecticut Cuba Tobacco ,
It was too late; for he only opened ) t That's JOOtlOIlO...
tind cent's worth damage. was' instantly stopped( and a large number "
a once and whispered, "Is shesave sums of money to the gathering together distant .
retraced the track, at o .
ALSTON WALKER, ton of exGovernorWalker ? bank notes of all countries and all of at least", half\ mile discovered the TilE wooing conducted through telephono -

died suddenly Jacksonville They brought her to him but he did values, became the possessor of a Bank lost one sitting on n pile of brush between the young king of Spain

t He had been admitted not heed. She stroked the still, whiteface of England five-pouud, note to which where it had alighted, crying lustily and) the Archduchess CrUtinc: (('hidetell
Tuesday night. with her tiny hands, cooed in an unusually strange story was attach The joy of the mother in beholdingher ) miles apart, must! have been very f
.l to practice in the State courts but a fashion; as! he looked into Liverpool concluded This
sweet baby ed.! The note was paid n baby safe was truly (pathetic, and lame to the parties : : I
around the crowd : merchant's office} in the fashion will b followed trust '
few days previous. upon ordinary brought tears to the eyes of men who not 0 wo ,
THE number of Methodist Churchesin "I'oor'mmme boy done fast seep done course of businesssixtyoneyears ago; were probably not used I to shedding oven "r.our fashionable The old ''"i j i

increased from fast H'Cp-LJctroit! Cum menial Advertiser and its recipient, the cashier ot'the firm, them. Upon close! examination it wan style, of mouth," will not bo .;,1clilj'nrJciJ.for

Orange county have i, ______ ___ __ while holding it up to the light to tc/' tits found that the child was totally uninjured any such long-range. yB-. j
seven in 1875 to thirty five in the present genuineness, noticed solve faint, red with the exception: of a plight: tern as this.THE \

year, an average of seven churchesa THE RAIN 'J'R E -:.-:Some I travelers in marks upon it, which, upon closer examination bruise on its head. It was n happy .- ..1 I''

Other denominations have South America, in traversing:: an arid proved to be sent i-etlaced: party that walked buck to the Irani, British iron Steamships( Trlford t j

year. and desolate! tract of country, were words, scrawled in blood between the which shortly proceeded on its way.It Mid Joarjih 1'eur'r, which left New \orlcC' '

also largely increased. struck with a strange contrast.! On one printed lines and unon the blank margin was truly a remarkable escape. with cargoes of grain for Europe, ono -',- I

$13,017 of Jacksonville city scrip is tide there was barren desert ; on the of the note. Extraordinary pains I \VhrtliuyEXCEJMIVE/.nJff', on the 1st, the other on the 4th of Oct., .'

and a consent other a rich and luxuriant vegetation ware taken to decipher these partly obliterated have not been heard from sluice their

held by ten persons The French Consul at Lorcto, Mexico, I characters, and eventually the AMUnn.iTY. traveler departure, and it i it believed they havobold ( .
judgment is to be taken against the says that this remarkable contrast U I following sentence was made out: '' Jf recently gone to tho bottom, Tho losses {
coming town ono day ,
city for that amount, one third with due to the presence of the "TainaiCapsi Ibis note should fall into the hands of stopped; up for a moment to examimi n at sea, of vessel carrying grain havo i \

interest to be paid January, 1881, one : ," or the ruin tree. This tree John Dean, of Long Hill, near Carlisle, coat hanging in front of n clothing; been unusually! large Ibis season. ;
to the height of 4H feet, with a. he will learn that his brother is languishing "
grows .
third Januiry,1882, and the remainingthird store. The proprietor rushed out and '
diameter of three feet at its base, and n prisoner: inIJtit'r ." Mr. 4 4Ga.
January, 1883. the of communicated asked, Wouldn't you like to try on A young lady,, residing in Albnily, '
I strouglyattract. Dean wait promptly "
II I possesses power ? "I dunno but I would, ,
absorbing\ and condensing the with htlte holder of IIH! note, and hoIIJIlt'ulid some coats ., received! a fine cooking ..to.ith t ;
THE editor of the Ayricitlturtut tug, responded the traveler, consulting his ''
Water all its appurtenance, atl n .premium at :1
is the Government of the
humidity of the atmosphere. to day
hats b 'en inspecting! an orange tree 1 to be seen dripping from its for(assistance in his endeavor to obtain time-killer, and laH.'lIt in and began; the Fair \held in that city for making lt I 1

in'the grove of Mr. Lit. Bennett, near.; trunk in such quantity to convert bU brother's release from captivity.The work. No matter how often ho found tho bent loaf of bread.'time Awa says : !' ,
bin fit ho called for more coats nnd 'j
I I'i' It ill and weak
u sickly sentimentality
which there are at present soil! into veritable it 11Ihll.quentlyhud
_'" eLand'on 1 the surrounding prisoner'who; as after he had tried on about thirty he 9
Another tree in t marsh. It is in summer especially, appeared, traced the above en- philosophy that prevents young ladles
at least 5,000 oranges. looked at his watch again returned hisown
of tho present day from learning the I
the rivers dried the note with a vplinter of
when are ne.irly up tense upon ,
j in the ,of Captain Stokes, nearby garment, and walked oil', saying: "
grove art.
that the tree is must attractive. If this wood dipped in his own blood, hud beena
"I wont charge a cent for what I havedone
. also contains fully 5,000 oranges admirable quality of the rain tree was slave to the Dey of Algiers for eleven who won't K

1 i The estimated value of the fruit produced utilized in the arid regions near the 'I yean, when InVfeirange ruissivelryt attracted another; hang when a he man ran do it If I'm oblige ever WOMEN somehow get over child'uhnotion !.
is each. the people there, living in attention in Liverpool counting ;) that men never outgrow Somo
these trees $75 ,
by equator around this again and you've got
I Hi and friends had way men celebrate the anniversary of eve- ;
misery on account of the unproductive house. family ,
OUR Callahan, of railroad memory; soil, would derjye great advantaged! long believed him dead, Eventually any to more coats ?to" try on, I'll do all I ry birthday 1\8 long aa they live, whilo p

is still triumphant He has securedthe t from its introduction, M well (s the his brother, with the aid of the British can help you women quit doing no almost all loon a* ,

contract to build the Selma exten people of more favored countries where authorities in the .'[Mediterranean('- What' in name? said Juliet, as they grow up.

road. Hurrahfor the climate is dry and drought are ceeded in ransoming, him from the Dey she brought the head of her arrow to -
ion of the Pensacola frequent."WHOLE. and brought; him home to England, the level of her pretty ear. "Not THE Knight of Labor In West Virginia .
Callahan and Fensacola Now it touch love remarked that occasioning much trouble
-- --- -- -- where, however, he did not long ur- certainly! are
I, 1 is in order to push on the J., P. & M. hug or none," as the young vive, his conatitution having been irreparably silly fellow Romeo, all he extracted the there. Their operation being somewhat

road from the Chaltahoochee vestwarU. fellow laid to hi* betrothed, who was injured by exposure, privation arrow from :\ rosebush about ten rods similar to the Mollie Muguirea in

I .. : .- C'Ola.ddl'Jnct.t inclined to flirt. and forced labor in the trey galleys. 'to the right; of lUc target, : Pennsylvania.. ,


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4 --'" 'SATURDA' --- ..}-',-DECEMBKR. -- 6, 1S79. thnt is to he carried into effect under French lepublic, as described by Dress' and Cloak I Maker, Grocer and Ship Chandler,

THE MESSAGE,.A\l> CIVIL SLR1'- the auspices\ of the present Pope and so competent and impartial an observer Third Street, between Centre mid Ash, PALER IS

ICE REFORM with his special blessing. as (Semi G ant, is! bestirring itself in FEUNANDIXA, _-__ FLOHIDA.

t The President's message was transmitted Signor Tierrolli, who is represented a wonderful \\\, y to ellect a vast! systemof STAMPING DONE TO ORDER. PROVISIONS, LIQUORS,. ETC.

tip= in due form to the two houses us a devout Roman( Catholic, has resided internal improvements.} For canal, 4..*Agent for Htitterltk .t Co.'s Metropolitan
and l Jo'uHhlon-lhe IIIOH ntylmh and elegant Ntlterna Agent for :B.F. AVERT& CO'S Plows.
railways in different
'. of Congress, and read to them on last! in Palestine: for twenty-two years, hirbors, )partsof : printed, and J '!:'tlhrc.rwher: ___l-e,.lf_

Monday, but through tho enterprise ur'' and in an ollicial capacity has frequently Francei, a nun has been appropriated ......
certain NtYork papers it I had I been accompanied Governor in equal to a monstrous indemnity SANBORN & HOYT,

paid by tho French to the German !52-if FEIIXANDJNA FLA.Bakers .
his excursions ,
published : military He has witnessed
; } two days previously, and\ WIIOLKSJALEGROCERS . .
with grief the small results that Empire short} ,after the war of 71. ------ -
the in /
!r given to, world advance of its X11\ia=1:0, rt; F1tILAI)
delivery at Washington. It is addressed have, followed the labors of his coreligionists )j. The inclenini \' was promptly raised .

.; us the law requires, to Congress ; in that region for want of ma- and paid ove greatly to the surprise anal Confectioners

the usual courtesy of first communicating terial resources.\ The Rchismatics, as of the cOllqlll'l 1rl!. This unusual influx SHIP ,

I he the of riches }pouring into Germany i is saidto CHANDLERS CIIOICE GROCERIES
the message to tho,,Senators and styles Russians Greeks and Armenians :: ,
'. Representatives was not observed in have: accomplished prodigious have bewildered the staid and sober- LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES CIGARS AND

,?I this instance ; by whose fault UIH successes; and also the Protestant minded peopl;? of that country for a TOBACCOS,

,.ti f breach of courtesy to Congress was: missionaries. The nl'st. tWIIW" have time; extravagant expenditure was encouraged Provisions I Groceries TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.WFDDIN'GS .

'ff. accomplished, does not It built convents and hospitals! ; the Protestants and .teemed allowable: speculation .
yet appear. 4j-AT 1IOTTO.M 1'RICEN.ls ):: ENTERTAINMENTS and
: .\ is have planted new missions, was stimulated: to an alarming; I PICNICS furnished\
very plain as a matter of decorous the shortest notice, at
\ observance cither that this document opened schools, hospitals and orphan extent, and .tlife result of sudden wealth In Store, and) to arrive by Steamer and Sail: KOCKUOITOM l'KlCE, at

: .should l be asylums, and founded colonies that arc perversely useris seen in present' financial 200 Bull' (rood l 111100OO \)';
t.' : given to the public by being Hanllirivk ANGEL'S 11 A.1C: 13 11 Y,
; prospering. And these establishment.- dl'prelsiolIIlId/ dlltl'c s. Contraryto ;
') furnished
to the indiscriminatelybefore ,
.\ press 1OU Cii.sksl.ime; 1'enlre Street, opp. Post-Ofice.
;:'. its transmission: : to Congress, or ho says, are continually\ receiving aid the commof.. expectation, the French 1OO Kegs Nails; _. ----_. -----

;' : otherwise that tho old, respectable) from their friends in other countries have: proved tl;), t l' both the more frugal 100 U-irrels KKKOSENE OIL, 110 fireproof H. E. DOTTERERDKALER

\ usage of first communicating! it to the Ho thinks that the Roman Catholic people/ and thq more successful in sub.scqu'nt 12 ctll ]Kr gallon on board train ,
A large stock of Oroet-ries, 1'rovinioim, Crockery -
two houses should be strictly followed religion, in order to prosper in Palestine business 'enterprises, public Hardware, Dry Ooods, Furniture, Doors, FC1el1uudinn 1+la.
and lilmdft, Saa+h, 1'uintH, Oils and l Ynrntahcg., ,
7"t I The probability is that private greed! and regain its legitimate place in private The scheme of public

and so-Called enterprise' on the part of that country, where other Christian works now projected'; in France will ixritinii.Y: : LOU' "'onsn.. IN

e ji few journalist led them to di n' nrd.t" communities are daily acquiring\ increased furnish remu/ierative// occupation to Send orders at once, or call and exnmine before

what was duo to the President and to influence, needs the active largo numbers! of her population, and purchasing elHCwhere. 1 INEFamily

I Congress and irregularly and assistance of the brethren in other when completed will greatly strengthen SANBORN & HOYT,
'1 surreptitiously second M., Fernaiulina.
Ifj.t" : to possess themselves of the1 parts:! of the world; and appealing Jo i. the country: a iinst foreign foes, while --.- -- ---' a Gmw'ies and PfoYisiofls ICu

: giving the roil H1: i'. .
message. them, Signor Pierotti proposes' to engage It'lIst development to resources -

in work of thai beautiful LV"EItAl4 :3f ICE.UOOMH: for rent low, in
a already authorized country
by S loD1l'r.can rely upon Retting Choice
s. The wonted variety of topics is the CITY MART, corner of Centre and Third Oooda &I
-1 touched the Sultan and blessed by the Pope, Economy is paid to be inculcated in Streets. nothing but the
discussed in this
f upon
Also the second 1 story above l\leMMrl.8)'iJel1 &
document. As usual, no serious trouble viz: to make a port at JiMfa, CIa: the the French piblic. schools, and some lira,corner Ash and Third l .streets. FINEST Illt.lXIKS

Mediterranean, and thence construct a recent publications exhibit the plans Apply to
Jn \iyith any foreign nation ; our relations M. DOWNEY,
1! with them all are\ briefly get railway line to Jerusalem. To the adopted} by wiich' the young children 32-t_ ,1. _'h. __In. _the:! _City I ]Mart.._ ---- are kept In Block. -- ------.

) forth in friendly and courteous tone. wealthier Roman Catholics in Europe at school are invited and encouragedto \ Treatise Oil the Orange, N waciit COL1A; Ec iI:

vnd elsewhere ho has announced hi- lay by their litllo savings, in orderto
; 'j, Homo affairs are presented with perhaps BY T. W. MOORE.
project, which, ,by the formation of aport form molest: capital by the time FOR YOUNG LADIES,
) more than the average\ skill and rilHIS \aluabli' work I H for Bale at the office of the
and railway, will facilitate the they reach their majority; it is not -I- Mattes Price fin cent AT
a shrewdness:! in tho statement ; what i is ThU IH the only treatise wri'ten fir this particular Feriiuiitliiiii, Florida.AT1IO .
i said concerning the Indians and finance journey of travelers to Jerusalem and strange that from such efforts as these s-ttlon ,nil tlllltt: gl\.. inf'iriuati"M Ibat will .
;\ the other a habit. of frugality and of method bll of value to the > range grower In Loulslann and :OI'UU KNilt.l' .H LDUOATI'.N. 8HE-
pilgrimages to in
may be expected to give general satisfaction ; holy places Calircwnii Its author Is on.. or the moat aucctsa- -* lu f.AlNTIN.i-; : and DRAWING,
Palestine; "the profits of tile port and! :should he formed, of great utility when fill orange growers in the .! AIU.I'I and' }'HB',(:II
.h ;j' n dexterous attempt to secure -- For Circular, address REV J n ?MYEF8
I pay for the election expenses of United railway to be devoted to the planting diffused among the people. -'\V\I. 11. C. DUUYEE: ,-_..- .. _.- --- Fernmcllua- .. --- ---,-Ha.CKOSKEE .
of Catholic colonies and industrial t and Komitk's,
r Bin ten.Marshals'', and for such supervision Lots of Ciizenaliip.Timegreat General Commission Merchant TT : ,

f and direction of elections: by them educational establishments in that Hungarian patriot, Kossuth, was .

1 nnd others 119 Congress has ready I condemned country.\ The income to ho'derived in no respect more distinguished:! when Centre it., near R. R. Dept, GUNSJI'rll,

; will, probably not find favor from these permanent works, it is slip.Posed visiting this country, twentysevenyears FEUNASDISA FLA. Fourth St., last. Centro and Alachua,

with that, body; and duo mention ismade will servo to aid the missions, ago, than ,by his affectionate and :HAT. CORN: OATS. FERNANDINA, KLA.

} of the fur open industrial establishments; and!' passionate attachment to his native I-tf Guns made to order Dune: and Pistol bought -
Nicaragua route n ship: -- aol i-r ncblulf.d.YOlk in Iron or bras done at
-- -- -
canal as the one to bo preferred by our build schools and churches._ Hungary,-which ,seemed to surpass VrilS. ANNE CLAltKE, the lowt a pri' e*, cwka repnirrd Iud keys fitted..
All orders' promptly attended to.
I : IIlto the 1
cthcr' warmth of
government\ and people. any ordinary Work not called lor io thirty days will be told lor
t REMAINS' OF GRECIAN ART HIS- patriotism ; and these sentimcnts of Dealer in the choicest rep-irs. 1-tf
'r At considerable length the President COVERED lUWl';Vl'Lr.
devotion he has continued to cherish
J presents i and urges his views on the subject German explorers are again busilyemployed ind manifest in his conversation and Fruit 1.1eetables Confectionery GOOD, FINE LAUNDRY SOAPAT \it I
near the situ of the ancient THE-
of civil service reform -
: sustainingthem writings, though his principles would
Olympia in Greece having lately resumed lo. kc.,
\ )by.the citation<<; of recent English:: not allow him to return to Hungary Florida
their excavations. In addition Third Street between Centre and Alachna Street. Soap Factory
,, practice: and by a reference to the good I and hUlL subject under that Austrian Kernandlna Flu. 7-lf,
to former discoveries-some of them
t result obtained in this
already conn-
House of which he believed
try There is no doubt that the New of great importance in their bearing had cruelly Hapsburgh wronged' his beloved native : Centre Street Millinery JACKSOSVILE, FLA.

the history of art and the
upon historyf
York Custom-House for
example, is: than land. Now, if we can credit tho reportsgiven :
not so thoroughly I a political machine Grecian I'coplt-they have recently of acts the UUI-I. !*. A. EDDA.UGIIlIai Rosin Tnllow Wax
recently passed by Skins, Fun,
it in Mr,Cornell's and for found a head of Titus, one ofthu constantly: on hand a tine selection of thence
as was days, i .\ Hungarian Parliament Kos
!>1 styles in DUE'S: AND:'< SMAI'E HATSlor Sugar
i best:! of the Roman Emperors; also : Nyriii mid OrangCB,
euch changes as these the administration suth is permanently deprived of all his Ladies Misses' and Children; KtrWONS,

is entitled to praise. A little has IL statue of the goddess Fortuna, and civil rights in under LACKS AND FLt)11'EICS'a1so. Lent,' and Taken in exchange For Price LM, etc., address.
the ,head of a boy whose figure, in a Hungary, a general toys'( f ll.its of first! quality. Call a>.d exaininMrs. -.
been accomplished: ; but ,that more, law enacted and SOAP FACTORY,"
kneeling position had been I just supposed by M. is agent;: f>r the Domestic Perfect Fit. .
t." vastly more, has not been effected is : his friends to be aimed specially at ting Fa-ihions No one sliou tail to try them P.O Box 09.! ((16-3ir.) Jacksonrllle,Fla.
on;)the eastern gable of the -- ....
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owing to the vacillation of the lJ'csi.dent' --- -
JP him declaring that the absence
voluntary WILLIAM F. WOOD Jr.
temple. ,
himself and his cabinet the MONCRIEF
,on of a citizen for ten years from HOUSE
Olympia was not a city, as has been
whole question to stringent orders for Newsdealer Bookseller Stationer
; the country should work the forfeiture :BY :MRS. :STJPPIlTaTOlT
supposed by many, but was an assumlagu ,
non-interference with elections modified
of his political! and civil rights.
or recalled ; nnd especially of late ) of temples,altars and other:structures } DEALER IN FANCY ARTICLES, COUXER OF PINE AND FoitSYTH STREETS,

to the very singular course pursued in ;in the midst of u sacred grove,ded- the From announcement Spain and from of two Russia events comes of 312 Centre Street, jFERXA.\Dl.\i, FLt.S' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
heated to the celebration of the famous
the State of New York in sustaining
exciting interest' and widely different 'elf Papers Picture Fian*.. PruckeU. Lamia,,
this same Mr. Cornell, for tho high Olympic games, which 'occurred every Croquet Errs. thud 01...-.. Comb. Uru..he<, etc TERMS $1.50 and $2.00 PER DAY,
ifth and in character The young King of Spain Piltarir' lu great varl., Also, MaohlueN'ttudlea.
office of Governor of that State year, were the chief of the ty. Sewing Afconliiijr to Location of Hoont
great Oil, etc.C1wPElt
i is again happily married the Czar of
bur great festivals of the ancient ; K'4'rAS"S. 75 Cents.
Mr Cornell had been summarily dismissed M'ELLKNOWN IIOUSK IS CEN-
Greeks : its antiquity extended as far ill) the Russias is once more the objectof THIS loeateil and having been renovated .6.
by order of tho.Pre'lIident. : from a dastardly attempt at assassination, G.. F. AVERY, throuKhuiit' will be kept iw a Irat-clusB house. ."II;
the ,important 'Federal position which, back as tho eighth century before The lrui>rietrcMH, having had experience both i
Christ. which again bats failed-fortunately for North and South,will spare no jmina for the com-
lie.held in Now York, driven out in Olympia was situated on the fort of her patrona. in making the house! homelike -

omt iail'di gra'o, not for peculation in junks of tho river Alnheus.,. in the the peace of the empire.. -as any-in_...the--city.-----_. 33-tf

office) but for neglect of, its duties and western part of tho Pelopennesus. To From Germany, Austria, Turkey, and Livery & Boarding Stable. Iinprovcd Property for
Enyland, no recent of import-
its festival jsvents !l'nleTilE
for'pVovtituting the influence his position great spectators came not
only from Greece itself, but multitudesresorted ince are reported. Humors of changes S 1.lit III AUKS and W.KJOXS KuWrilxr offers for Male ten acres of land
to When A I.8IUI..e'y I Fla.
party purposes. proposed County ,between Arrttiondo -
to it from the Grecian! colonies that may or may not occur, of allegeddiplotnatie I To and front Steamer and Trains. and Hrontton, on the Atlantic, Gulf and
and those
for Governor who
by West India Transit Ituilruad. The hind in all well
fesigned'to'' rebuke the President for in Europe, Asia i and Africa-many of success or defeat, of pro I CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, Krv. improved. under good l fence, and has a comfort-
jetted alliances to help one able frame houl country
yhi; action with regard.to "reform," and which sent deputations to represent FOB HALE.HOUSES. f ?u-to and the Honey Peach; lii grape vlne_
and foil another, are constantly transnitted t't'upperlionK mud Concord; 75 orange Irt't'l/l to 3
their cities and all who
nominated by the party, the President states ; belonged BUGGIES, HAUNESS, yean of age; and a large variety of valuable
to our shores. Whatever item
ornamental IIhrubher '.
expressed approval of the nomination, to the Hellenic race were allowedto of is substantiated CARTS AND 1VAGONS.lI'T7Itllt This property in in a) healthy and fruitful situa:

and is understood to have promised attend these high festivals.:! any importance or tion. GKO. UUUNMUI2. ",
takes some intelligible form, we shall : 4 C'AMII.-.. 47-tf Mirror office, Fenuindma, Fla.
The at OI'lUpilWIIS profusely ..
grove ,
support; nnd while well-known Kepublicnns -- -- ----- -
not fail to give i to 4i*Ofl1ce and $"ble-"i..t Street
adorned with the most .our readers. near Broom CTJIEETY &
splendid nUOTUEU
monuments ,
the leading friends, of civil sere.fee Street- Wharf.- 49-tf.
reform in New York, refused to of the genius and skill of architects -- -- FBRNANDINA.Mannfactarera FLA.

vote for C him the Secretaries of Slate painters and! sculptors. In it was PALATAHLE Pectoral) i is MEDICzNis.-Ayer's a honeyed drop of relief Cherry -; Oalics: and Dealer In Cook and Parlor,

and of the Treasury went on fromWashington erected the temple of the OlympianJove his Cathartic 1'illsglide sugar-ebod over o.MWi Stoves

to promote the electionof which contained the statue of the palate; and his Sarsaparilla a ( Heaters.. RangeS
and! !!
this gentleman by ingeuious speeches Jupiter by the Athenian Phildias, regarded nectar the that lu.llthlnd imparts expels lr to disease.Wattrfonl life, .restores GUILDER, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Roofing

delivered to, immense assemblies in as the masterpiece af that celebrated (J'u.) Adivrtuer.JVollce Manufacture and Guttering

the commercial metropolis of the coun; statuary, lie derived from his .--- ----.-- .- -------. MOULDINGS. BUACKFT8. StWED AND TURN. JtiHt Received .
try. The whole matter of civil service study! of Homer the sublime attitude to Debtor mid Creditors. !::D IhI.U TEltPl. NEWELS, ST.tIR 1UIL9..
WOOD E\VKS-1KOUUHS:: KUEATU.IXO. : a large consignment! of Stoves
reform, as advocated by the President, I and action portrayed in his representation i "XT OTICE I Is ht'rebyarinn that on the 7th or WEATIIEUW1tRDINGAND
_!> hepu-mber, ItCtf letter of ..dinii>i> was ,discredited, and discountenanced, t of the "father of men and of gods. I ere granted to the underlined and be wan duly Make THEroOK'S JEWKL"appropriately
f The figure made of h'orand qualmed MIt aduiiuiitlrator of the e Ute of flutrlt
was gold
and degraded before the public, by this L. Hoyt.deceased late of Naw au county. There- STAIR AXD ('IIUUCIIOUI{ I. oa-ued- la a jewel We WILL
avowed and clamorous and such were its vast proportions that I I fore all peraon lt-ht'il'tl.credilo.....and other*-bav. NOT be undersold .
action of I although (seated it almost reached the f ing cUiuut of any nature wlmtaoevr" ajpuuat thee t My _. ._ Corner M and ASH R HU.J .
authors 'and supporters, beyond anything lofty ceiling of the temple. f i .lte of the deceased, will present them duly AND WINDOW FRAMES OF ALL SIZES. --
authenticated,wtthui two yenn from the uUi.! >r. Alt..lllJlt C. FORD
it couULhave suffered: from open Forseveral. years pIL t, Ir.htiernJlum: I ration of thin notice or they will, be barred and Poet Office Box nFernaD41I1&. Fla.
and other zealous and patient German all penult iud bted to Maid e.tate are requested!! Pane '
Jt must ::41
hostile attacks.. now appear to make payment. --.-- DESTISTFourth .
enemies of explorers have been at work among FRED W. HOVT, TO CROW 'S, opposite the Florid
; to, many' of its an object the ruins scattered on the banks of the 50-law6w.. Administrator.IMlKNTINO GO House,3d HU if you want a tiN chuM fit- Street between Centre
derision and contempt; and this is the Alpheus and in the beautiful valley ling Hoot or shoe at the very lowest *. and Alurhua,Nlreeti,
'* ia every *tyle,and a Repairing done lower than at any other phase" in
work of itilrie'nl. near that river. lb. 'IiIW_rata,a'the MUWOU. town.t 45-it FEBXAXDINA, FLA. /

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( 7 LOCAL'- tl 'LECrrloKs. --1'uE---San- --Antonio-- --sailed last evening, of these United < ATLANTIC, GULF & WEST INDIA

and will touch at Brunswick and PortUO'tl. of the l1e\\' \ 13. TRANSIT RAILROAD. -. 1
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She will take Irom here considerable of ordinary
Correspondents, ,
ATH r.M. 'JL'IMKJ OA.1CL NO. ,;: 1* "
And persona having business with this pnper,"..mplell."c cotton and a large lot of lul'lphilTimes 2IM
In cllert Jiin 15th, 1H7O.OOINO .
direct to FLORIDA MIRROR, Fcrimiuhrm. L
-.. ... oranges. papers were \ 4.HO
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SUBSCRIPTION: : $2.00 n year $1.00 for Tin: steamship} City of Austin sailed THE: man ) ( : 6.10 Leave Vrnanillna.HOCTB.....1030am: fJ'' r
six months. York direct with 7.07 AriUe Hart' 1<0",1..1.< 18 ain .
yesterday; for New "boom" has \ 8.0Ti Arrive aliaban..... ..12 11 sin

full cargo of freight.! She took 2oo3 "what Arrive butt,. ........U Ao pal ;: '...
Teacher*' Institute.Mr. most as Arrltx liiandy Uruncli... 143 p in .: ,'
}packages: oranges, 1,009 packages merchandise Arrhe tmlilwlu... 11111 pm ((1"1
Mnhoney\ the ctlivieut SupcrintLMident 03 bales Wreck of : Loavo Uililwln...... ...... ...... 1 4.1: pm
384 bales ,Union, N'y
, ; cotton, l\bsU .... atuuroArrhr
) of Education for Nassau ArriM; e.
county olU barrels rosin 438 sticks The ship / I'll", NHKHII U"' t- y. ... ... 2 <41< pal
invited the teachers of the county moss, a cargo of : Arm lttu'l 'n .... .... 11...311 p niAithe
cedar and 30 tons lignum vitie. l 'W York. Mark' ...3 17 pnl
and other friends of our public schoolsto cleared port >rwor" Arrltnlhurrton .. 8 34<< v nArrUe >
meet December 5th fora A I'ALATKA: correspondent of the Sun and was! towed I \\alito. .. .. 3 M p mArmo ,
together on .
... 484 '
tiaiii(' rllle \> tu
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free and full discussion of important nnd JVm charges llev. Mr. Chaudoin, a steam tug .I/or Arm ArroUiini.i... .... ....... 6 v4 }> tu
brotherto Pilot in charge. : .:. ,\rrl''IUottt..II.' ... 6 40 l> ui t.+ .,
topics connected with the educationalcause. Baptist} minister, with asking. :a were crossing i ) Arrive Arrbrr........ ft 68 pin
distribute the congregation a and : .. i 1"1'.1 A'rlv..lIroll.uh.... .. ... .... ? 6 40 p mArrivaOitcr i
Twenty-five or thirty teachers among to the right, ) Ju.l!. C'roik...... .... 7 .0., in
assembled on this invitation few copies of the Florida ('moata the wheel and )", on i t' Arnw lto"ew"'oil ... HUB p in ,
11 very Irrinul mi'' ... .. < '
Arrlr.tedrr Key uaopmoutNo
struck the
on i I'
family only $1.50 u year, l Itiotriiflioi
satisfactory: : attendance as regards) newspaper, Nonrti.
few minutes ) ;'; KilliiiKx, ail IraxuCpilar Kr>. ... 4 30 a inAirlvu
and household
numbers and the intelligent interest: necessity. fast. Every l'll I
manifested in the proceedings. A NASSAU CHAITEH, U. A.M., which has off, but to no l I I I !Insist,' ,l lu'lun uI.1I| .otter> lliotinMU\ C'rcrk..... 60J 7 u> ala. luArrli 1' I

small number of cizens, in addition, lll'hlno meetings since the fall of '7;, inconsequence then setting in : | on tie lira\ Arrive Arel er. T BO a m '
gale rendering day or ArrtlUttou....e. .. H IT lu
\vere present.An : of the death of some of its : ) milpon. "will. Arrive Arr dlledo..... ... till am
her any n \ or all Hi+. .. .. .. MUam ..:
.. .. \
Arrive i.-
nppropriate and thoughtful ads officers and the los of its! charter, is to till Sunday : ol l.ili. AriUealdo ..?... .9 M.1n ,. I

dress the be reorganized. preliminary meeting found to be full : by Superintendent openedthe ;; ; I 11I'kl: ; .\ M-rko......041)aIa
exercises ; instructive essays were was held hut t week, and another were taken oil*. ( i : i 1 : ((5tu Illnekpi Illocl: ,\ ArMvr Tmu'iva.. .... ,.111.> < a mArneLHWlcv
\ : ; ,j
cured but it i is i .lllrtfuni
read several teachers such subjects \ which officers will be elected will take ; : : ; 1 and 5 In I
by on Atrl..SVlllu... .. .... ....ltlll.m:
ance on the \'cg / : : ; : ) 1 : I >k Id; I lx>\:>
Airne lUluwlu.. ......... .....1'J'Jl: 1> mArnv
as the KfcglUh language ; the }place on the 2Gtli I : I'; l : : ::: ; Ix.m MI.H.1 k, 2;No,.; .1.. 1.eate ilaldaln, .... ...... ... ..1242: p III I
\best methods of teaching reading and Give the .. llramljr Itiaiub..? .. 111:1 pin .I
Met B. L. S. GLADDEN: recently errploycd I'ounly /rrtve" bllttal.,11...... I

arithmetic ; stimulating and encouraging in the Krpress office, has turned Jen. Barney i l ,.,' 1 stllleu. AirUe i'.li.ln.ii.. 4... ... .. S51y1i ''I+
tlalL.(1..11.. ..... 3 6J l m
writer in ': Arrlvu' p
study,; maintaining order in school,, his back upon the printing office, and by winning ticket | :( :, Mu-rllf.: '' Arrive rortiauatna,. .,."..... :1." pin ;

,:c. fci'.; and the topics thus presentedwere opened a meat market on the cornel year. When all \ : I). E. MAXWELL,

guhitequcntly discussed by dillur- of Ash and) Second streets. It is meci oath, and :\ ( Huperlut nil"iut._

out teachers in u manner which show. that he receive liberal I patronage.MR. talus generally, 1 1. J.IUHA CI': 'l'H.\I. HAIMtOAI

oil a lively interest in this work and public crib, we JACK. "LL&. FLA.. CX-t. all IH70.On .. ,
''. FRANK U. PAJ'of Tallahassee), Doling id lows! iiul a'tor tuu mate, tralul ou tbU fowl will 1
in *.he piogresof \ through. this week since the late ) run a follow t 4 s
paid us a ; ) ; l l LINE E.
out the communitv.We come in i for I.eavp J'.k.OIl.1I11'.O 3J pin
CAPT. It. P. McCANTs, of New ,
that want of forbidsour grains of corn leave White UUUNe..11 ..11..6 16 pin
regret space was in our city t on Monday.: around louse- 1 ,'.... Itttldwiii... ..... .. s... ..... TOilpm) \
giving the mimes! of the es: nyists Drive I urbvvillo. 7 ::1111'1
YORK. Leave !\'I"t.'r.oD. .... ....... .... ..li 1)7) pus
and speakers f\1ll11l1l tins! tup l'I'IIIHIdlcly U-ave Ohmtre H <48<: p m ,
Here nnd There.
The Singer L8.1' CarrlN,9 OJ: i> in l
then It was a pleasant and an MAINE i is still undecided Mr. John \ Arrive at IjikoClty.... .. .. ,U 30 p m I
encouraging meeting, and must be productive I..'nvo I ive O"k .1111.... .....2 10 a luArrlvx i
THE Kellogg-:-'putl'urd investigations agency of this at Tut aim'aie. .1 on a in tAnlrP
of good, if only by strengthening at Alli..iT....Ill 48 a in iAlrheaINaraulah..1..11.U j
ended chine i and is \ 10 mI4 \
and cheering the hands and heartsof all and >.\.. "."."I..Ih..... ..... 4311 p mUave I t+
those who were present on the occasion. THE Itradjitetcrs{ have majority) in supplies slb.llr..u..4 <,U |pat
i. it. He sells the : l.e\ IUIn4miio.... .. 6 41; pin I
I. the Virginia legislature:! on joint ballot : a.el.I\'I' ... .... ,11.,2: IS a m
- of 37. i dozen, and all LS..VH Lake l11.\ .. :a 60 a m I
Egmont Hotel : Leave bit furrle.... 4 18 a in
prices :! IIMI Olimit-e .......440aiuai.
Ths elegant hotel was opened for the lU'MORs: are current that an attempt Call and see the I..aYe .. .,l. riou....... 6 :Wainl
life of Czar whenon .. .6 BB a in
made the ave Durliyvli
was upon) .
season on the 4th. Mr. Mellon has the most : .. 1".IYtllll.I"hl......... fl <40< am
made good use of his time in the way his i way to Moscow.: world. L. are \\lnle+ llniur...... 11..7. M 4111Arrlvs.tJacksunvllle
of painting and refitting, and the houseis ONE of the presents- to Alfonso'sbride. York leove; Fir'inn On Mall and Iplena' Train Bleeping 0.r. ruu .'.
diamomU beta Fall .; :! Frid.ly through to mid liuin Jac'klurullu to "a\alll all ; +
made of ; ery
one of the most attractive places in was a hairpin- dun, l.ul'< RPI| >ilugPara| run tUruuth to and IrotuJ {
the South. of the first water.CONGRESSMAN J. it '1'. Kydd | IH-IMI-PI .ck oiiV'lle aim '/'allah..ru.
"rKHNANLl( KXl'lll.83 DAILY' ) t
.. best and (
----- -- -- HOUK'S carpet bag week large ". I "avtf J4, knot. ".II IA am /
2wn Toplctt. ::;: ter goods dry | | | haDdlh'g. Arrive lUlilwli. ,........II 80 pin ,
A heavy fog prevailed yesterdaymorning. was stolen the other day, and among Arrive rernanilum..........? 8 40 pin f
ing, hats and .... are Lucre ri-riimiiliiiit.?..10 UU u m .
'. its (ontt'llts1811 bible-not a bottle. ; I""t! lu'd..'lnX......?.,....?..........M 120 p in *
which they are Arrive Jm-k.i>iivlm..................... J :iB! p tu t .
Mu. P. I. COURTER arrived by the THE Democrats have made .large market I..... ngerr fur *", ru.u.'lna' rod Cvdar KIT take
'I'm's.Iln"s \ \ advaublgel' IdU train Nu trtlu ( oau lialdwlu to Ct-dar Key ou
David C'lark'fhursday. gains in Louisiana; as shown by (:CHAAUJ, Mimlay..
election. The new constitution lit all ""'1111I' I'ul uuti I'alnce SIvepitiK Tara run throiuik to and
{tl MR. C. II. Iluot has returned from Messrs. I'T'! Ooklawulm, from Jaikionvllle mid, tlYUlu..b al.'<. IhruuMb
'" Kallroad Jacknouvllle and Mi i t Oiis.
was adopted. eluepluq| care between & \
his visit to Paris and New York. street extend In Klorida cry, Ala.
THE weather: is,1')' cold in Great Uonnittaat Jacksonville with II... St Jobun liver '
TIlE weather'during the week has the public to Lower lean en; al 1111'.111lih' .A. II. XV I. T. 1&. IU
Britain and I on the continent. Dispatches fur Cedar Key, iUiuKitllie. r<>rt.aiuiiua suit p labs
been with stock ..
a ;
: Southy
Sunny complete
and )rhll'l'port North alit WUII nt Luke I liy wlib J. V. M U 1&.
Military's have from Home a been added to roe '.".li.iiie, AlLuuy. t>uvuii".b. Iud pouts
officers ships : .
: || tall
heavy snow fulls.' \ North .ml VVe.t. .1. H. McKI.KOY.:
all blossomed out in brats buttons and shipments) : ( Kilter ol 1 reimportation.
from Fer-
THE: Chemnitz, :Saxony, Tayllatt saysthat W. U. DAVII8N'.
them to offer wild '
gold luce. O. }. ant T. A. dec-7
an explosion: of lire damp+ occurred uilly uleu- -

THE steamship City of Austin sails in a mine in that district, and it in seen in this.. Agent, THE BEST REMEDYrou

from New York on the 10th for Nils.- t
feared that from seventy to eighty persons

situ, via Fermmdina.INVITATIONS perished.A A few cases : :2 tf

have been i issued by the arrived and -- }
: FAIR was held in a Presbyterianchurch Diseases of the Throat and LUDES.In ,. ,
Nassau Light Artillery a military Mart, and will ,

hop nt Lyceum Hall next Tuesdayevening. in Philadelphia Tuesday night together with \ "" "EIf<'lo ill 'eaeii of the pul.monury f \ t
to defray: the expenses of a new organ .1 orjuu a late ; I
; lire hand, by and reliable reuittly \I.
Some of the decorations caught Invaluable. AYKH'I .
THE little steadier lair arrived from and the whole interior of the church, Fall and- / CUF.llJ1JtEC.'TOltAL ia a ,.

Jacksonville:! this week with a cargo of including the organ, was destroyed.A J. & T. Kydd such u rfiucily and nootheritoeiuiiieiitlytuer.. J

shell lime to be shipped up the Transit ; WAfHlNOTON dispatch! says the fall stock of :: ;: it* the CODtitlvlll'U o( !
Kail road. the mibllc It 1 I. a acUen
House Committee on elections met clothing, which tine combination: of
NEW boilers for Huot's mill are on the uieillcluul priiicUplci I I
on the 3rd to consider the cases of prices. CHERRY .
and their ami (curtttlvu.-
the from the North upon
way members whose seats are contested, of tueM of the tiurht ilnign" .1
arrival and erection the mill will resume sixteen the TUUKS. chemically united, of
which cases there are on Of those nice 4
: :& DOCK fur 1w itiKh power a* to Insure
operations. docket four of these are ) i
-t committee's ; Tweed Coats the greatest NMslblo!

THE steamer City of Austin which arrived ready to be heard, including that olBi sold out much I PCVTADBTP".z;: Ityofrt'llult.-lhtrlku t'ftldlnl'Y anllunlform- i ) i

Thursday from Nassau brought bee (Republican) \'t4. Hull (Democrat octlS St. Mary'. \ at the! foundation of all

about IOU Ibs of mail matter for New ) in the Second Florida District.A : -- pulmonary lli.eftsC'II. affording! prompt! relief : ) i
and rapid cure. and i 111 adapted to patient of
York, London and NEW YORK dispatch says it was any age or either ""xl Being: very palatable
between A new stock the youngest) rhlldren! take It readily. IDordinary
THE new steamer Florida, to run after business hours -
announced yesterday LINE of Couglii, Colds, Sore Throat, I
Savannah and the St. John's, on that the Louisville and Nashville Kydds'. I ,'., lironchlti, Influenza Clergy isu's
Sore Throat Asthma, Croup, and Ct*.
the iodide route, will leave Pittsburgh, Railroad Company: had obtained f .... tarrh, the effect of AYIH. CIUHUI'Kc.. r j

I there she was built, on the loth. control the Mobile and Montgomery J. & T. )', Lteiiaeri ton A t. are inajtiral, and multitudes are annually } j
preiierved from serious fliers bv Its
i SINCE the news of the stealing of Road, which was of late under control new stock of .; -. wcr. "'u. timely and faithful u"". It Should IM kept 1

President Hayes message has reached of the Richmond Air Line, thereby styles at bottom at band in every boufhold ,.a.d protection
"..,.. It': it afford!' in Sudden attack. In r'
here, Mayor Urownson guards his pub- securing a direct line to :New Orleans. dI I very rt. Whooping-cough and Contuniptlon

with robust Galling. will into effect lic papers a The new arrangement go Reopened } oothliiK.. and b llful.

CAPTAIN ISAAC CROWELL, well known January 1st. Pupils received Low price are inducement to try some of
!*, the' many mixture*. or*vrup made of chrapsit.
here tw commander of the Caroiidelet A DISPATCH from Paris says the usual rates. .Flat. ,! ineffective ingredient, now offered!' '

and other steamers, is said to be hopelessly Archbishop of Mn-klin, Belgium, in a To the which Ira they contain no curative qualities, \j
can afford ,only relief, and are J
ill in New York with COll ump. recent pastoral asserts that the Pope is tution afford aura todereiie and disappoint the patient. I

tion., not infillille, except when he judges for the tborou businesH 1 l>>>iiM-a_e* of the throat\ and )lung* demand :I 'I
dl\ hter : actIveaudEffective.resonant; and idan- !
t 8AMIti3K'who; has'been for severalyears questions which ieston the testimony ? [ price geroii experimenting with unknown and

_' J !first ollicer on different ships of"t God; that is on His ra -aled truth or revealed Meeting ) heap theM> medicine diiM-a>ea *may,from while the great no trifled liability with that !)

Mallory's line, has been promoted, and law. The UUhop of Tournoy, The .third &.. ) b<<'OIJUS deeply seated or iucurable.; Use .E

J will have command of the steamer City the mo violent opponent of the Liberal ing for the Arrit' CIIEUHY I'ttrouAL. and you mayconndently t
: expect' the! beat re ut.. It i* a
t of Dall.it. Cabinet, has been superseded by Santa Fe Canal standard ) of known and i
administration appointed by the at the ai-knowledued curate power, aud U ascheap '. '
TilE steamer City of San Antonio arrived an :\Iondl&the& IM- aa its rareful preparation and tIne

here Wednesday from New York, Pope. The Bishop's minds\ believedto All inierelfd Ingredient will allow. Eminent physicians, t
Itnowinx; Its composition: prescribe" it in their
and Thursday for Jack SOl1\'iII e. She be unsound.\ By order, of in any practk-e. The teat of half a century baa =

was in command of Capt. Hines, of the TilE New York Times printed the 2 td cent. be proven Its almolute certainty not already to cure beyond all pulmonary the' ",
complaint -
Wtdrrn Tnat. President's message 1 last Sunday, the I > ; tho reach of human aid. .,

it delivered in Congress. by
before was
THE steamer Western Taaa having day rrniiitTY GAYS!! Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &Co., '; ''
with a new and larger Secretary 'Sherman's report was also J_ W ATM IK*. or & ; +
been supplied t
and published in two or three 1.1on PIT hauls Practical and Analytical ChemlaU, :t.f
propeller and otherwise improved agaiiwl them. .i :
Lowtll Matt. .
before it was intended 'to -
Fernandina '
todlfor newspapers
leave New York c
I and Jacksonville- be made public. When tbe President December 6, 1m. IWLU BY ait. DCeellta ITCBTVUU

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'j AQIiICULTURlt .. The sulphate of ammonia, and kainit THE PLOIUlrA\ >
r must ho : COMPOSTING Irl'KR' : -1)iIOSPItATE8: WITH a proportionate, part of each sprinkledupon } '+"
! HOMK MANUIM';>.-"Wlion wo comidor the other ingredients i AS the heap LAND N AND D 111111GI A tll"1
tho liict: says Conunissioncr: Jniirc.' i H prepared. Apply as directed in No.
"that the fjirmtT* of Georgia expendedfour 1, to cotton and 1 corn ; to oats or wheat, Company

millions of dulliirs; last: gp.ison for apply 400( to 500 pounds to the acre, AT T1IK POrULAIl UJlY GOODS EMPORIUM OF
fertilizers, oven on a rash JmsN; the broadcast; and plow or harrow it in oFFEn600,00C.
question of the must economical niodo with the grain.
of permanently improving( our evil, h __ ,.._ .. __ -- J. T. DD. AC1US
and at the same time producing rerun" .bra .
0. S. OAKES Of tho most ACCESSIBLE and '
It ncrative crop*, I is one of vital importance .
to oar people" DESIRABLE lands in the

J manure The Philosophy is admitted, oj CumpollfillU.-Stllllc on all :sides to l br, Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes STATE OF FLORIDA,

f; a complete manure, in tho i sense of at only $1.25 per acre to new settlers -

olitnining nil of the iieeessiiry elementsof I I .. w with the privilege of selection
plant food. There are some of the ) "!!" 4\OTIO.\N J' %I) FANCY GOODS, '
} i'I
moref important} elements (phosphoric -, ._ __. _._ iu ircols: of 40 acres or more.
acid! is the principal) whlcl1nto contained These lands ale! located oil and

1 in each small percentage, that County Undertaker, AT NEW YORK PRICES. : adjacent tn< tlie. line of the Atlan-

large qualities of the manure oust) he tic, Gulf and West: India Transit

applied in order to secure a sufficient FERNANDINA, FLA. CO.'H It. R., extending' from Fer-
qiinntity of this essential, clement for
tho necessities of plant, tH1 tenlt1H'l'. Constantly on bandMETALLIC THE \nGEST AND BEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AT uandinn, on the Atlantic, to Cedar

To supply) this deficiency superphosphate PRICES WHICH CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.: Key, on I the Gulf coast, thus affording

) j i is npplicd to the compost heap. BURIAL CASES, to the producer cheap,
.\ comhinntion of stable manure and NtaV GOODS rRCi'lvt>d every. week, BO that our Stock U air ayR Fresh and DlIlrable. A large constant and
.. transportation
cotton seed, in the proportion recommended Wood ( .lIIm"lu Hock of PUINTN, KIICAI.K8 CAMIUlUS: trout 6 cIa.a yard aud upwards. to the best markets.

supplies enough ammoni.i, Rosewood, Walnut and other wood. D11.1s GOO 13 + .
The belt of
for slimmer crops, hut hardly sufficient\ country traversedby
for winter small grain unless applied UNIEItTAIEII4 GOODS, A foil Rt' ck of Latest a;lylce) at n"u"J11 Pri.-os. A largo asaortmmt of HOSIERY and GLOVES' Flan- the Transit R. R. embraces
the Dell, Towel and Linen UacuaskM Underibtrtt. itid Drawers at great bargain; Clothe, 'aa"lmt>re and
at the rate of 400 pounds to acre.The
sulphate of lime, contained in MASON'KJ( AND OTHER FMULEMS.: 811UOUD3 Kentucky Jeaua a full atot k. petlal bargnlus iu CLOTHING. EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto

every super-phosphate, besides hci IIothc'rw AND MODES.Emba1mtitg ,$-GENTS' :FUHlTI3HINa GOODS A SrECI L'rY.- be found in the State, a large

!!valuable as a chemical agent Done. A full line of l.atesI"t"II'II.. Our Dollar Shirt the but iu market. Call sod examine our stock proportion being peculiarly; adapted
nerves to fix the ammonia generatedin and Prices bef.re|.urch"iaiuu tlxewbi-ri*. Ordei a !by mail promptly uttended to.Having .
the progress: of decomposition) in Do'!11'11 exhumed fur removal. Safety guaranteed a resident baler in N'-w York, cp.clal orders cm alway.le filled at,New York price to toe culture of SEMi-Tnon-
The fermentation Jo U'i 1rI(\L'4 atti-mlel to. ff Having introduced Ibo 5 Out Counter, which bas proved HO popular, wo show a large varl FRUITS and
the compost heap. Order by mall or \dtgraph111 receive prompt 'ty ot articles which have been quid for wore than double the price. Call and see tbe bargains, C\L Early Vegetables,
reduces the eoarso material and pro- attention.Uemeinbor. J. & T. KYDD and The Large, Compact Bodies /

)pares it for tho plant. that I urn opposed to high prlcell.O'C Walker St., Now York. r North East cor. Ceutre and Third 8h., Feruaudiua Fla Timber make these lands worthy ,
Gnu pouting, under Shelter.-This may "
usually be dono on rainy days, or when E IN SAND: >UN HOYT'S OLD hT'UJE rI" of CAREFUL EXAMINATION by manu i

tho ground! is too wet for the plow, so tan 4 _ SECOND__0-8THEKT." __ THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR facturers of LUMBER AND NAVAL .
r that little time need ho lost hy the manipulation STORES.
of the heal There Me two J 'CISON"II..I..IIron i
methods practiced with equally satisfactory CALVINJacksonville: OA. NEW SET FLEES purchasing

results. and Brass FoundryAND ,I' land from this company are fur
t One is to apply the different ingredients Fla., nished with entire free passage on

in' successive: layers) and cut the Transit It. R. for family and
down vertically after a thorough fermentation : ItI&IIIILE WOKKM.
j"" personal I effects to the station
nearest -
? has taken place, mixing MACHINE SHOP.
1 \ well with the shovel at the same time. the laud purchased.TI .
The other is to mix thoroughly the E. D. ROCKWELL, AGENT FOR FERNANDINA. TLE COMPLETE' being derived -

ingredients at first, and allow the mass by grant from the United
to stand until used. T. J. MURPHY,
." The effects of composts thus prepared : .' t :" States: and purchase from the
far exceed the indications: of analysis Proprietor. : ;. )Ilt. DITRIi.EE'S S ate of Florida.

and, cost considered l aro truly re- 4,+' COllltliSPONDENCE{ SOLICITED.

stable manure.................................pouiulH, (W) Steam: Engines, Sugar mailed on application.SAMUEh .
Cotton weil gran)
," Huper.phu"lllmtt'............................................ 7(>0 kinds of Mill Machinery built A. SWANN, .

, MitkliiK JJimiioH/or n toil ot.2 OJIIpolltilg.Jn.I(1) under or repaired, Liver Complaint. Kidney Disease, Fever and Ague, Catarrh, i-tr Land Commissioner.,.

Female Weakness Rheumatism: Dyspepsia, Side- .- --
stable Neuralgia
J.f a helter a layer of manure -- -
four inches thick, on this: sprinkle a FIK.HT-tXAKM 'OUU'I.\NSIIU- Ache, Bilious Complaints, and any Disease arising Tiai: FLORIDA
portion of the poKphuto} ; next sprinkle ton Disorder: of the Stomach 'or Blood.
$i a layer of ('ottOIsemI three inches AND STRICT PUNCTUALITY IS TilE ftULE. t '- l g*
Ihkk' Wet these thoroughly with v' Price One Dollar. Sent by mail on receipt of price. T TOWN IMVEMNT V COMPANY
of the Orders from a dish ce will receive careful and
water, nnd then apply more prompt attention Liberal discount to Dealers.i:0..
phosphate. Next spread another layerof
1 ) stable manure three inches thick, !SHOP: -BAY ST., NEAT THE SnIP YARD (; HUGh ES fc BRO Agents, ,

und continue to repeal these layers in dec 7-tf Jacksonville, FIa.INIUSTRI.tL. No. West Bay St.cor. Ocean, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Millinery FtUN\NDIX\
1 the-ahove order, and! in )proportion to -- TOWNS ON IC.K. MNE,
the quantity! of each to tho ton until AND (:ii>.\ll KEY. '
the material consumed. Cover tho \.
l whole mass with stable manure or ,
scrapings from the lot one, or two inches MACHINHA/ORKS/ Offers! to Lessees and Purchasers

'thick. Allow tho heap to stand, in Fancy and Dress Goods a largo number of the most eligible
this condition until a thorough fermentation ,
takes place, which will require F. R. POND, Proprietor. and! desirable Lots, suitablefor

from three to six weeks, according tocircumstances Business Purposes, or for City
67"W. St., Laura Jacksonville, Fla.,
No Bay cor.
dependent UPON
upon properdegree or
walk ,
situated S minutes west of Depot,
of moisture and t tho-fitrengtlrof EASY 'l'EHlIS.Liberal .
the material used. When tho cottonseeds JACKSONVILLE FLA. his oouitautly In stock a full line of Goods. embracing the ah eve hllIdlng.lududlDg a flue line of
Dkcounti, Values.allowed
killed with ; '
are thoroughly a t
sharp hoc or mattock, cut down vertUicnlly 1 WORSTED PATTERNS and lUJUiJIAMN: ZKP1IY11S, to parties engaged in manufacturing -
through tho layers l pulverize and \/TANUPACTUKEB OF or industrial enterprises,

shovel into a heap,when the' fcrinei);. ]litu.v.iaru IIUAN.Hino.v ('.' 'I'ISGN, who will erect on tho property purchased -
tation will ho rcnu\Vettl\.nd the compost Zphyr Vorstois scllin at 12 cts. par oz., substantial imprO\ oments
be :still further improved. Let' it hetwo'wecks "'Uos'rNSU rixcr.sFor :
after cutting down. It willthen dec 7-tf An! all other gooda at corresponding prices, Orders promptly attended to. for residence, or in which to conduct -
and fometerlei,otll&tc
Dwellings their business.INDUCEMENTS.
lie ready for use.Tho ,
following, plan of mixing): gives I also have tbe Urgent wortmeut of\CHlNKrlY : TO MANUFACTURERS
equally satisfactory results : Mix thp PAT i Kit,'8 la ha Stat...and can fill mod any' order \ fora
cotton feed and the: stable manure i in without. partiet-_ paying_ :for thc extra- expeuHu...rpalterlla. & t lt;:l )''O;' ())n) N D'1'S'::.1 1/re Qt;. S'' term of years by from exemption taxation, offered -

proportions, aiioltltt'1th,11 with Marlilue l_ 'urnUhcd with the latest
proper \ My !'H''I>
water: apply the proportion of phosphate Improved tmiU, which enables my worknifu to by the several cities and

and mix thoroughly, shoveling :I turn toe lowest out work cash l'reO\with the greatest dUiatcu aud at Tropical and'.Scml-Tropicil Fruit Trees, Hoses: Deciduous and. Evergreen towns. Appl.to

into n mass as prepared. -- Agent f-r WATF.UTOWN STKA\I ENGINE: GEO. I. GILCHRIST
There is. some advantage in this plan, CO., and cxn furnish. .their R (1ISEK. BOlLKlt"and ,Shrubs and :Flowering Plants.: ,
tv\W.MIUM t b'+rt notice.M.o. Agent.
from the fact that the ingredients are ,
thoroughly: commingled during (er- E11NOU8 anti KNOWL.EV: STEM: PUMPS ke(>tcoiiatauUy NEW{ AND CHOICE VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE JK3" Office Railroad Building,
mentation. ,freight r u idled aud. and a Id at Uauut.lduren'Pfl. Fernandinu. .l(>-tf

Cotton.Apply in the open fur- For further lulonnalfon. Price T ltd.CVal->g'ei. TREES MADE A SPECIALTY.
row 200 pounds, and with the planting etc addr,*. )t' ,U VON1) 1RITZEWOLLER7JackHouvllle.
P O. )Jox 1O5, Jackao-\vllle. Fla.
seed 75 to 100 pounds, making in nil
U75 to 3l)) pounds per aero., If it is desired g Sonl1 for Descriptive Catalogue.

to desired distance quantity} and, open Garrett & Barnes, AI'UKltT I. UIDWKLL; Fla
the over
.J, Black Silk, 00) c. warranted all
them ,sow broadcast 400 pounds per} 00V.. 1.tt( Jacksonville, Fla.. .
oar NtM silk.
acre, bed the land and then apply 100
pounds per aero with the seed. tw will( The best $1.00 silk in the U. S. '

For Cvrn. ly in 'the hill, by the Jacksonville, Florida, STETSON Summer silks at 50c., GOc.; best
seen the hill EDW. W.
eido) of tho one gill to 70 cts.Matting.
An i 1ditlluinll\J1plicl\tion around tho .
SI'SH of the GMi" Stn't, at 14c.
; fancy at 25c.
hill before tho first plowing,,will large-
lyincre: the yield of grain. 500 bue: Flannel Suits ,$6 to $12.
\\Yboesaleac! and Retail Dealer in
If the compost is to be used on worn HARDWARE Money refunded. not satisfac-

or sandy pine lands, use the following: ory. 21,tf
table u1allure.._..._........:....;..;...... .po nJjiat)
Cotton need(green)............_.......;.........._...' aw DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, FvEITVRiMattings :
_................................. .......' 700 COHEN BROTHERS
Aurahate._._._-_._._.......:_.. roil
Paints Oils.
lileklttg a tOn oL.....?...?_....._.........__.2.OU 0 Lubricating r.-
Prepare as directed for No. 1 ; moid- Mattresses, Feathers, POPULAR .(}

ten Die manure and cotton seed,with a HED C SAFETY OIL A SPECIALTT.RrccuL .
solution of the kainit instead of water,

Muriate of potash is the cheapest form Comfortables, Door Mats, Cliilt'en's Carriages .
'' be used but AO WT TO.lIA8VIN'S
in which ,potash can S\FE*, t ;
kainit supplies it in n better form and MiKVlN'S AF.KRM MONEY DHAWER.I'rtoo Moldings, Picture Frames, DRY GOODS STO'ItEI.
combination for many plants ( $450))
t JS lot :manure, or that which has WOODEN JACKET: SHIPPING CAN Mosquito Nets &e.

been so exposed as to lose:some of its HtovoM, Till 'V iro. 1 t A 43 liar Street,
fertilizing properties is composted,use,

mUlure---roBMVLA KO. 8....... 600 lonllda, teen OTlu at low ttonflng rates. and QutUrluR)' akilled U-tf work. WINDOW SHADES AND SHADS FIXTURES, MOSS.

Lot d(arnwn)______..__... our JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
r cettenev _. ,..... 700 4 C 4 II It T 4 n Ira Triiumlmr and llaruertrmaktng .
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