Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00026
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 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
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System ID: UF00054505:00026
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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SEMI -'VEEK.LY. FERNANDINA, It'LA.1'EDNEE DAY, DECEMBER 10, 1879. VOL. 2. NO. 5. 'g':" '

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_' AX IRISH ji'/so7;. few words in a low tone to his wife, t they hild been blotted.} If so, would in the smooth continuity its row. the war against the use! of alum in Imk-' :

, I.OIK'OII' !Soc'ciy. who went out of the room. A moment there not remain an .impression on '" Oct in there, sir Rid Cormack, i powders. There i1110 safety in

"The Irish fire lll fine race after I heard wheels driving awayoutside. the blotting paper ? 'and you, Pat1 (addressing his son who twin, alum into the stomach, ItS it is

"That's: your opinion' is it i? "I don't know what bvil spirit) took was working in the yard.\ when we en shown to be always injurious and often

The sperkers' were myself nnd Eller- I 'Only the ('11''cr. honor,' said Cor- passesson of me at thi juncture, unless tcrel'build) up) the clamp again while dangerous." 1

she, captain: in the lloyal Engineers, or I mack, in answer to my look of in I own it will] contrition I go anti lock the door. An' if ye tell Gitstitntiotial Pecrdiarities-AIateissuo' 'I
the nllir"I made free send it it that of i inordinate self- the where the gentleman is ye're
lIl'l'l'rs, as we called them in 'I : to away were : boys of medical/ remarks
for it's thus 'e'li be conceit. should I bo able to of olio .' popular journal ,
proper phraseology. Place, the smok' ye : WI stoppingnow get no son ( that we know nothing i of the causes of
Ing-roorn of the 11. A. mess at Woolwich. plase God.' enough evidence to ciinvict Pat Higgins The case was not one which !admitted what "constitutional

Time, anywhere in the small "It was true enough. Mv faithless: myself I should certainly deserve of }parleying.; I got into the rick, irities.'h are styled' is it that pecul
Jehu in advance much credit for and have ,rut Pat built the outside turf with ono personcan
hours. When I say that of the above having been paid by my sapicity, up cat all kinds of fruits and 1
sentences: the I first was spoken' hy me, me had been only too ready to depart, an excellent story fo my friends: in marvelous celerity. There was room vegetables with green while the ,
I shall l loe in )position to plunge at once and, unless I chose to walk back to England on my return With this end enough for air and sound to enter impunity another, individual '

in tiifilian res Edge vorthstotyn, which I did not feel} in \' l'I said nothing of my happx) through tutu interstices between the same course his life might? cost handle- j

After uttering the above oracular inclined to do I was to all intents and thought, determined to work it out and without in
fixture. At first I inclined myself i !However I was glad enough( of even poison ivy sumac being,;
Ellerslie :
answer, purred away silently' purposes) a was [ : ) time least Mooted another i is '
his while. be but the "Next morning having found out .hat refuge when 1 heard/ the storm' olourses I I a ; poisoned I;
at long! Havana for a I did 1 to annoyed, exquisite if ho to within ten foot of \;.
not interrupt him, for I saw a twinklein naiveness of the whole ]proceedingiiluused the locality t of Higgiils'i ,; cottage from/ that broke from my )pursuers, them. Out of in t;

his" eye, and knew that there was me, I\IHl1 was really flatteredby Cormack, 1 went to make a call there. having length burst oj'l'n the door, malarious district a family residing of its a '

something coming presently. He was I the :solicitude of my woufd-bc/ host : The sole occupant} ofj the tenement I they )poured! into t I tho yard. will salter half, the some with members fever- ; I

one of those men whose thoughts it is: so, after 1fl'w half remonstrances, I when I arrived thero'ns\ a wrinkledold 'So help\ me Godl' I could hear and! while the others year will
induced to write for silting Onll\* threo-leggcd Cormack saying '1 lot! him out at the ague, enjoyexcellent
not well to hurry, for fear of losing was a telegram woman ; health the entire f
. their thread altogether. my baggage, which Cormack confidedto stool and smoking a black clay pipe.) hack door, boys.; Was I to let tho gentleman I Foods which during wholesome to year. ', '

f At last' it came, as I anticipated.: a young imp who appeared to be doing She looked at mu suspiciously: but her be murdered in me own houso are some }
"I don't think 1 ever told you, did odd jobs about the place, bidding native hospitality forbade her to refuse .in' he slaying there !I' persons. This are is Ictllnllpoi: ()lIol1 of to others. ;J

I, of lII)' adventures in that lovely him 'run over to the post office and me a seat. For the first time 1 felt "Curiously enough, as I thought, the kinds of fish.Piit'NiNu especially true some :; '

country ? In fact, the story is so much give it to Mister: )loran himself, and !some qualms of conscience. at the angry men admittted( the }idea, but all 't

against myself! that I thought it jiM liS'lIlo tell him it's immediate.' character of my errand; but these werespeedily now turned upon Pat to know which >

\\'( keep it dark. However, if you "I stayed some little time at theCormacks' dissipated\ \ by1' the sight, in a way 1 had gone. Ho, being, no bettor, 1'a.tcn'I'atas.-Purdy: : says I,
in the November Rt''orclt'r0'0 been
\ will swear solemnly to 'silent as the seeing the country in company corner of a large open heart: of the than most of his countrymen in the
it for the last four
9 grave'I don't mind telling you now. ) with my host t, and forming myidease very thing I was seeking, a piece ol matter of truthfulness, gave them ut wl'k8-runllillg
about ) ) ) last
I t At all events, it is not a bad joke as it of Irish political: economy as dirty 'lotttng-patper cuumplcd up into most minute directions to tho route over 1,000 to 1/JtHJ( trees set ,

, .\ turned out, though it might have beena it i is, and as it should be, which being ;i ball. To be sure tlui floor had not I had taken, and, after a hurried search J'llllllllllllpl'illg, heading back and start \
been for from its of the houso and stalled oil ing two lo three leaders; limbs as near p
serious one. rather a hobby of mine I won't now swept years, judging yard, they '
Of I inviolable with. and was no in pursuit. the ground as possible. Thc old )practice I f.'
course prnmNed sesreey trouble you Thel'e1181 a entleII1nn's appearance the \ I',
however good the story might family; I living in the neighbor telling how lung paper might "When they were out of sight i Pal ut'frotving; peach tree with ono .;

be, and having foilitied himself with abrandy hood, which soon made the acquaintance have lain there, still 1 felt a conviction\ IIl\pIL'kl'II/lle. By this time I was almost body four to six foot before allowing \

and soda, lllerslic begun, : 01',1\-1': in that out-of-the-way: locality that it was the object of my search. \ fainting from the sullbcatingdust limbs lo form, we have discarded. By i

"I dare say you know that in the the arrival of a I'1tr"uger'WIHI' "The devices:: to which 1 resorted to :and slIIl'IllIf the turf, and I was gladto growing low to tho ground and heading r

I spring; of 187- I was sent to Ireland on as great an event as that of a foreign got possession of that muto )piece ol sit down in the kitchen and have a back well! it is not necessary to grow i (

special service to see about building potentate in London. Several afternoons evidence l were worthy of a tICll'cti''I'puliCt'ulIU. t draught of buttermilk. MeanwhileCormack I tho trees moro than twelve to fifteen
1 inanuu'iievred chair had. saddled of his horses loot apart.) It is, as a rule, young trees II ;
lIehar1'lcks in two or three places:: I spent pleasantly at 'the big \ my \ one : t
closer it under of and it around to the door that give us our I finest )lCIChl'Stllli I wo ;
to feeling
where they were needed, especially at house, playing; lawn-tennts with the pretence \ a brought '
Longford, where the government had, young ladies of the place, whom I draught, though with the unpleasantconsciousness \ '"Hot; on that horse, sir,' said ho. prefer to hack grow close/ and keep well I ''I', fl''
headed and in thus 100
at that time, an idea of quartering a found to be far.morn proficient in the : \ : that the old woman\ : didnot' mural ride as 1l1'I11'O\ \ l.jlltn the \police growing
whole! cavalry regiment, though now I art than their English sisters, probably holil''o1Ie.. Fortune, however, favored station at Bally-; it's the (l1I1platl'e \' to 00 trees!! to the aero, and gelling a i'

believe they have come down to one from thcsolitude of their country life me at last; in the shapo of a 'l"l1 be safe in after this. I'll tow crops) of large fine fruit, I\lHIIlS soon f
fierce between old sowand -.end there for late' a.s time trees begin to fail (which: need ..
troop of :cots Grays. I vats rather having obliged them to concentratetheir ( contest an up yer lauggagc )'l' '
pleased with the commission, for I had energies on that particular form a dog just out :lido: the door, which. :saved yer this day because yetyvorotopping not bo the case, however, if kept well a

r never been to the Eemerald Isle before of amusement. made the crone hobble out briskly: to < in mu own house, hut 'ulIl.' ell with manure and well-worked), )

\ and saw my way to pleasant separate the combatants. ho'was for that I 'would'thave put out finger havo another orchard coming on 1
"One dthat: I had been spending
in the hake its I
little excursion atgovennmente.xpense. not gone long, but I had plenty ol to hclp'yc; for an English informer 1I'tH' grown same way.
the above and which I had :
manner, on
place or if ono has not plenty of land
time her absence the So there's thanks due to ; ) ,
Of course! as all my disbursements en during to secure: are. no !!
kind invitation to dinneren
accepted ,
and have other '
cannot trees coming I
route were to be paid for me by the paper. As soon as I d'l'cntlconhl. me.
f famille I noticed that sirl
chose afterward I took leave. 1 few words of on, take out part of tho trees and give t
I' liberality of my country, I the seemed absent than usual and my attempted explanation
more a
most convenient wtu; get to my destination tritle he The moment 1 was out of sight of and gratitude, but I confess to t those loft moro room nil they grow f, 1,
quick-tempered though
as and found decidedly 'small I rode older. This, however, wo do not think ,
and the door I t1
and traveled via Euston had been t opened III) prize feeling as
Holyhead, by the night mail, the Wild sOl1lebod '. annoyed Wliell.the by ladies something had left or it to lie what I hoped fairly good inverted away and inwardly( took a vow never an well) as: to keep) tho ground, well fed '

Irishman, believe they ('I\Jllt. ,:4* t.stnd wo were sitting over the usual copy of tho >thro'atcning letter. to interfere with other pooplu'a hillti- and/ trees thoroughly tho Ll\ck and 1' -
, headed in.Wo have tried l
\\'e left Euslon: at 8:25: p. m. I post-prandial bottle of wine he took 01'course the last words were the most ness again. \ experiment

didn't feel much inclined to sleep, and a letter from his: pocket and, showed distinct, but on the whole it was avery lil'lItIIV late host! a check afterwards \ of cutting back an old )peach! tree

you Know I am a great smoker t>o I it to } )pretty piece of )prima facie evidence for what I l'on8idel'Ollfnir, sum to more stump, working around it I
I against } Pat I for board and and! feeding it well, and hove been astonished I .
m 'w turned into compartment sacred to "'That's the kind of thing we haveto Ir. Higgins. presented my fortnight's lodgings,
} the consumption of the !soothing weed.There !. put with here, Mr. Ellerslie!) ,' said' the paper to Mr. M., who praised with a letter expressing sense of obligation : to see tho changu in size of I
up fruit and ,\'elllll'l !
was only one other accupant: he. 'You nuisn't with my sagacity: and t thanked me warmly ; to him and/ my \wish! to have productiveness, as renewed I
go away yourideas
I beside! myself, a. man of admit forty, of the too much conleur I for my exertion on his behalf. That made\ \ him a present to remember mo\ healthiness of tree-and right ;
" well dressed, but not to my mind ngentleman. lie same evening I made a deposition before by did I not fear to oflcnd him. The hero wo would say t that ifs poach tree is : ,
rose. ti
'1 Indeed, at first sight I put "That was in truth a strange a magistrate who lived! near by, check was returned without a word. would say that if a poach treo is

, him down to be what he was, u welltodo duction. It was written or rather pro laborously and/ much to his surprise:! Higgins wus, I was obliged to attend at thu trial! thoroughly cut back, it may bo protected 1 1 .
j of Pat who rather to in cold seasons by packing
Irish farmer returning from a arrested. Higgins, ,
printed!, on a sheet of ( nllrtotepapcl'
4 business trip) to town, and indulging headed by a rough, but spirited "Now I came: to tho unlucky portionof my satisfaction, was triumphantly acquitted around it n quantity\ of corn stalks. ,
himself in the unwonted luxury of a drawing of collins and\ bell-mouthed my story. How my share in the by a jury of his compatiiots, HO With tho Western!! corn that grows ,:

a f first class: carriage. blunderbusses. Below was the following foregoing proceeding gut about I don't I that all my trouble and danger had twelve to sixteen feet high, this is easily J

. Whatever other faults those Irish composition, of which I made a know ; but 1dn,' or two after this' I been incurred for nothing. Alter that I done ; and to keep mlco away, whitewash I

have, they are certainly most friendly out of curiosity : found a great change, in CormackV you won't! wonder that I am lIot'cn' tho tree before putting tho stalks !

l race. By the time we got to Rugby copy" 'M.M.Dont. to. Mote or I. manner toward me. Hitherto he had! proud of the story, and don't want ,it around it, pulling in tho whitewash I

1 had told my fellow-traveler all about b. 'UOI' end.go.rjet. it. b. rit. or. been hospitality itselt'lUW; ho seemed to go beyond you." Purls g1't'cn-lI\ teaspoonful to a pail I!
fur his ) anxious to 1 leaveihfs house, \ was the woman who warned of whituwnsli. Another lurtaitporltthat i
my projected plans: seeing na.tive \vrong. let. Put. Rigging stay nt.ome. get moto, [
country, and found that he rejoiced -' .'* though he was studiously polite in you ?" asked:! I ; "did you ever 1 find is apt to overlooked is that trees ;

" in the name of Corniiick. and livedin "I looked at host for an cxpla- hiding his: wishes as the most! finished! out ?" sot closely are protection to each other. :' l

+ the county Westmeath, not far from na tlOll. my gentleman could! have been. Of course, "She was Cormack'a daughter, and\ In trimming a )young tree wo do, as far

r the Longford boundary.I Before we 'It is a threatening letter.said he, however, I could not stay longer with was engaged to Pat HiggitiH: as I found! IIH tho limlm ,and shape of the trco will

"! reached! Chester we were sworn Sends, 'and not the first either that I have a man who was tired of me, and I lignified out afterward," answered Ellcrslio. alloW, leave most limbs on tho westside '
arrived to him accordingly intention "After that I think will with of the tree to prevent tho tree from
r and by the time we at Holy- received. The\ printing is enoughto my you agree
head 1 had promised to pay him a visit rend on the phonopniphic easy principle} of leaving\ him. He appeared; to me me that the Irish are a peculiar race." leaning over to the 'cast as ia usually

during my stay in his part of the with the caution that most of the A's somewhat relieved h'' the news., "Shall I tell you what I think was tho case. Wo are confident that whitewashing

country. This'i it it was which and L's are upside down. This meaning "I dined at Mr. M:" the night before the most peculiar thing in the whole ; tho body just before winter ',

gave me such a taco of Irish customsas is that one of my tenants having my departure, after a farewell story ?" said I. seta in, ia a groat protection from tho

I could very well have dispensedwith. against\ orders, ploughed game of tennis with the Indies, ami \\r"II V I '1"lft'ieullinK rays of the HUH in winter.
my express
did not leave the house till nearly back your check I"
.' field I have given him
a grass: notice
"Not to dl'htoo long, 1 shall passover up to quit, and went into Moate yesterday dusk. As I walked back to CormackV Till JACK DA W'H I'lllLOfiOPIlY. J Jlie

Ii... all the incidents of my first fort- to consult! mv attorney as to I noticed footsteps behind mu, and, JIKALTH NOTES. ...<.that llil, great roundabout, '
" night or so in the Emerald Isle, they I looking round saw that I was followedby )) The world, with all IU motley ruut, : 1
what compensation was obliged to ( Church army, phynlc, law, I
being no doubt, exactly what any one }pay under the Irish Land act. I gut a small\ body of men all armed with Deadly/)1I11U"-I. Alum 1'oinonoutf IU fUHloiu*end ll. bunlueiM! e I
else would have experienced under befoie. lulU sticks. Not wishing them to come\ up) lo no tons rr.t all of Ills, J "
this the not .
day person Hall's Jounvtlof Jfeulth recently : .
says Aitd Muy -wlmt w y> het-Caw| ,1! ;
like circumstances. At length I reached ally much afraid of the fellows, but! it with me I quickened my pace a little. '.'
Longford, got through my work is'er annoying; and I am always on They did the same: and closed on me "Many cases of poisoning have occurred lfuc'J&Irahe Thrlo happy vanltlea bird I of I men.too have neon .

there, and determined to call on my ,. thorns less one of these letters should somewhat. from the use of baking powders And nick of hfevliiK uteu '"an i_ !
I new-made friends, for which purpose I reach wife ; it would almost fright 1 had to pans'a sharp turn on the which contained alum ; this fact Would. cheerfully them ltml renltfti,
station called my road. Just as neared the hedge, and) puts the ( took train! to a little Edge en her to death, I utcy. \ iue And uh a hero. between'en.-Cuper,
worthstown, and there obtained an for the moment lost sight); of my followers aspect, and prudent people( will exer- I'
outside car with a lean horse and avery 'You met with no interruption' going I saw woman on the other cUu caution in the selection of baking t-OlUco '
into Moate I ? The l'o has ruled
Department 4
ragged driver, who undertook for suppose I side close to me. Leaning forward, she powders.'
the sum of eighteen pence per double 'No:: ; but I took my precautions. said eagerly : Hun for yer life, sir ; it's 'Under what conditions does this that llnreceiptedstatonientsofaceouuts\ .

mile (Irish) to convey ims to my desti- I got a policeman on my car and It drove you they're after.' Before 1 could re substance become poionou There can be mailed in an unsealed envelope
of the said ill by a roundabout route. isn't a had sunk down behind the conditions are certainly obscure, and
nation. As to the name at a postage of one cent. To receipt a -
U it?
pleasant of doing things, (hedge
destination I dare not venture on it. way again as my pursuers came in that the cause exists in the \
I II "I quite agreed with Mr. M. that it individual bill or write upon it tho words "Please
It began with the usual 'Bally, ended, eight.i poisoned-some peculiarityof I
1 think, with a'y,' and had I fancy, was not, and expressed:! my could surprise I hope, if ever there bo any chanceof I tho constitution producing a morbid remit" will, however, subject, it to let "'"
thttt the author of the letter not I
I, about four syllables, between, of a nature holding\ my own, that I shall not I change in the secretions of the stomach ter postage; but a request for remittance :
be brought to justice. be found but when with which the alum combine I
utterly unpronounceable to English ready run away ; may bo printed as part of tho
'" You don't know the Irish, Mr with sticks it and forms active the r'
lips. Suflice to say we got thereat followed by a dozen men an poison ; or head J
length, and (palled up at the door of Ellerslie ; there is not a soul about i it about the only thing that can be erctioii4 may be healthy but in unusual -

a very respectable slated farmhouse, here who would not swear black and dune, so I tru 11 may be pardoned for proportion( ) and these less or Arreu an exciting session, the Commissioners .
white rather than be the means of in combinationwith 1
with thatched outbuildings and a well. taking to my heels. greater proportions,
sent to the
.. on which two or three convicting a neighbor. You; know "The men instantly followed)) at full the alum, constitute a poi on. f
grass-field, :
colts kept were feeding, of slimness of : yourself how completely the police peed, and for time the pace was hot. For example\ two parts of mercury White River Agency, and secure ,the i ,

1 ) limb and beauty of make that pro system failed over daring an offense But, having; still my tennis-shot on, and two parts of chlorine form calomel murderers of the Agent, closed the sit I t ;

.1 claim their owner a racing man. I M the murder of the Ixte Lord Leit- and being naturally)) swift of foot, I which is not poisonous ; hut ting by demanding the, surrender .of t
rim. With such people as witnessesand distanced them and change the proportions to one of
"The said owner met me at the door soon they were a part the twelve mcn who, committed the
an'atfuliv" welcome, and askedLIe jury what is to be done? For my good half mile behind when 1 reached mercury atom! two yirii of chlorine acid

with into a well-furnished:! parlor, the own part I have no doubt that Mr. Cormack's door."Cormack we get corrosive sublimate, which is a crime, to be tried and punished if 't <

of whose ornaments contrastedfavorably Pat Higgins himself wrote that letter, himself was standing on deadly: |pOi.OIl found guilty. The Utcs sullenly yield.

taste with what I should have expetted but hunting up any evidence would be the threshold. At one glance he took "Baking powders: properly compounded ed to the demand, stipulating that the t'

in the house of an English far. hopeless. in the situation, having probably had and containing pure cream of tar. trial be at Washington. Adams and
rank. Presently the "A sudden thought struck me. I some previous information as to what tar instead of alum, are more conven Hatch were firm, (but promised to send '
of the same
mer mistress of the (house and a pretty, I had seen that the last few word of the was going to happen.( With a mutter. hoot than yeast; and bread and pastry to Washington for permission to )have "

fresh-looking daughter entered and document were lighter' in color., as. if eel oath he seized me by the arm and made with them are just as wholesome the men tried there. Ouray made avery

with native I don't hurried me through the house and and far more alat.Lle.re are in entire animated and bitter speech, stating ,
shook hands with me po Traiwlation: "M-M-, go to Moate,
I expired: a wish to see the or I will be your cad. Let U be right or wroujc. into the yard at the back. There was sympnthy with the manufacturersof that the people of Colorado were
liteness.and Cormack readily offered to let Pat HJufiu ttajr at borne." The above U iu a rick of turf there which had that day the Ilo.ial Baking Powder, who com all bis enemies and that the men could .
farm, exact copy \Ir. ,bre.teninilletter la the liuOhor' been small menccd anI are vigorously prosecuting not have A fair trial there
; ,show It to me, first, however, saying i a joeaee.iou. opened, leaving a, uparture 4(1. -



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-- -- -- --- ,--- TEACIIEltS AXI 'TAXES. their command of the sea gives them ness!: of self prompted him to call on A. B. NOYES,

t FLORIDA :Mnwou. In t the 'nioro progressive Sttttesof t th<, an 'advantage ii this respect, as in any one to witness whether or not be
._. ,Union, where t,(' attention is i give)n many others, ov' r the Peruvian died were: ) like: only a brave: regret man.that His I last have but Grocer nnrt( Ship Chandler( ] ,
WlmNE.'lI'A r, DLVKMREK 10, Ml .
to the great cause of education, thi Tfir Jtvytian; H)lJ>""Ol' and Xihilism.Immediately ,-- one life to give j : my country. DF.AI.KH IX
-- -- chief and Icudin \ the If Sergeant Inll! ppr; died like a knight,
SEXATOK IIAI'AIW SUSTA1X1XCMr. beiiiK); regarded/ as a ; on his escape from ETC.
Hale died like a ,patriot: andDhtior PROVISIONS, LIQUORS,
SIIIIiM..1N'S l'OI.IVr, interest t of the entire! community i ,. tin last attempt( / at nwassinalion: the Czar i Captain Andre: like neither. Let "Julia":

J i )Ir. Hil 'jlrd' evolution promptly} in. question! of prrtitannicf 'in the oflleo of in making: a cordial speech of thanksto \ and the "girls" thnt are with her bring I for :2. P. AVERY & CO'S Plows.

.r troilnccil in the Senate:; repealing: the teacher often recurs and has a market. his people nt Mo"eeow, who had their tears, if indeed their "ltwfnlllor-I Agent

; clause! wit prominencc-iii) i i educational i discussionsThe i gathered\ immense numbers'lo express 1 row" i il not too deep for
legal} tender exactly agrees /: if CKXTKT.: i STllKKT: ,
what the President declares to lie hi!" (lerniiUi: Stale, which still tak<' their joy at his deliverance, said place among of this them martyrdom) know where- } the place FKUNANDINA FLA.Bakers .

*t! financial! views in the message! 1\1111\ the Jt'nc.lloth\ in theory and practice, something withregard to the )plots of is.i any For Nathan Hale had no literary 52-tr -- ,-- --. -

t, precisely carries: out an express recon: in nit departments of education, Ion! outlaws' againsl'iiU: Pasco and, government coterie to embalm his name in t>elegant; .tEi'ala &\j FfILNI).

mcndation made by the Secretary: of tiinco' recognized' the importance/ 01 which his been interpreted to elegiacs: no "gracious sovereign"! to

'Btlt making the teacher's occupation i n that he intends adopting measures encrust it on the walls of England's: abbey Confectioners
annual mean
the Treasury in his report. nmid the kings and heroes of a ami ,
now permanent: profession} ; and in thus! : of still greater; severity for the his struggling
both these gentlemen tiro rcporte thousand!' years: ; )poor !
I' .
as saying privately to their fri'ncthllt\ countries teaching: has )become. an occupation purpose} of putting down Nihilists: and country mourned him in such proseand CHOICE GROCERIES: : : ,

that should tlllw for life; it is so eslabltahetand other incendiaries. But almost at the verse as were at her command and
they prefer Congress AND TOBACCOS
law nnd is i watched then forgot him. The foreign) foemen CIGARS ,
by find him
organized proposing
fl; 110 financial, ) action at present; the)' same: momentte their our city begins gain her
Government accordingly ; }po!' r which go ways TOYS AND FANcV ARTICLES.WFDDINOS : .
their iccommcndalions toM over by constitutional reforms concede roll
jj j JlI'ef'c.'Ithlt: quiet life, a hundred years \away,
tine add : *with due promotion, \being rights to tic people never )before rich and but no -'
which they adhere, should not be car- pny ; she has!' grown \ great ;::rr ENTERTAINMENTS and

.I' rigid I'into effect at the I present sessioi, secured to the competent: and worthy enjoyed in Rus. it.: Wo are bound to one of her wealthy suits has bethought PICNICS:>> furnished nt the shortest notice, at
i his lifetime.The hSm elf to honor that almost t, ideal life PKICE.- at .
three teacher during judge the man's character and acts asa UUCK.HOITOM 1 : ,
of In fact two meal
Congr !ss.! or and death. Of the trampling thousands

,! hers of Congress, known to be in sym' Teacher fmtlilulf/ meeting in Ker- whole, and considering all the real who daily hurry by, not one has been A.NOEL' 1JA.IC3311Y: ,

J pathy: with tho Administration, havt(' nlIIHIIIIMt: week, had in its: ranks several improvements liHt.rcfol1ns. which have told of the Sacrifice; offered there for Centre Street, opp. rost-Ufce.

proposed resolutions in the House ntHI ) young teachers men education,, been introduced during his reign, there him hundred years ago; no gentle! -- ----------- -- --------

of respectable acquirements: and of line little in girl has stood with suffused eyes before
f in the Senate which virtually Opposesuch l' scents no pronouocinghint the record : no noble lad, his heart\ II. E. DOTTERER,

: repeal ash i urged in the honorn. promise, who have avowedly madeteaching i a despotbecause} ) dctcrminedtd beating high with emulation, has read"hero : :

I their' \ business for life. The :: anarch.V and lawlessness: and American youth gifted
:, \ ble Sccretary'srcport.On repress an Fernancliiiu, 1-'ln..
I Hut rigs:-lion recurs, and concerns all olus because he' is! not }prepared to establish! .honored, beloved, died a shamefuldeath f
the other hand n lamentable
,-it is a matter of the first:! moment, in i t'ellliciviliz'd.'nuntr( like Russia, and, dying, only grieved that DEALER IN
I' tering appears) } among Democrats, who 1 he had but one life to offer for hiscountry's
but for good Britain
not only for parents: tho free institutions of Great "
cannot fail to recognize in Hnynrd'iresolution sake.( For on that: holy FIN E
'I citizens .-How secure' and 8\Jpport8ndl standsbearing
or France. no nine-ton monument : \
t the manly and! consistent t spot
: tCI\'hl'r8r Will a salary: of twcnt '.Ji\'l' The new" principality of Jiulytiria is the 'name of Captain Nathan
of action which to bo
course from him. Ono was man, said expected to I to forty dollars per month, continuedfor suffering from tin revolutionary doctrines Hale we..thcrbC'ntl'nonrd.. no mural tablet, ,clingingith nay, not a familJ G Groceries an ii Provisions,

four months of the the lluscian
three or year of Nihilism imbibed in -
bo, "high in the councils of the party," rusty nails upon the wall, is there tomark
enable them to live nnd devote themselves the of Choice Goods, as
Mr. : ; universities by young men the "spot M. Cunlomrri can rely upon getting
who threatens to IJayard
f oppose nothing but the
in this matter is cn'llitect"with this! to the work ? Bulgaria, and no"w'\ propagated to such .y"w' York, Nov. 20th, 1879. .

I In sonic cities nnd States, the expenditure an extent and in so disorganizing a .. --- ---' -------- .----- ---- l'INi.ST 1IR.1NDS
'1 (statesmanlike: and generous) observation for education has como to bo n tho Bulgarian people HOYT
manner among SANBORN
"Not that I believe that tho
.,:\ t : con chief item in the moneys voted by thelegislatures that the young prince, who undertookthe __ ____ _are n kept_' In- stock.---- ,
Btitution authorizes Congress to make
and raised by taxes: levied burden of government in thatcountry WIIOI.ESALLGROCERS NAN*A IT COLLEGE
t'1 a legal tender. Not at
paper money upon the property} of the people ; amid\ only bust year, is i !, reported as
believed that. But I don'tmean
all-I never LADIES
nt this: day no taxes in those: communities being ready .to resign his throne and ,
Tom the ,
to help Bayard to pres AT
arc more. ('hecrfullr'otell. and, 'ietiro in tIVSpatir..1rt&ILl41'. *
'G idency"i ,! .. FeriiaiHlinu, Florida.ATIIO'IOT'OH
: maintenance CHANDLERS,
paid th.ui: those! required for the SHIP
'" If that kind of spirit} prevails to any KVC.USH: EDUCATION. SPK-
schools and' for tho instruction ,
1: NAVAL "
considerable extent among legislators i iV Mr.Cyrus : LUMBER AND STORES
weeks since to
of their pupils. In referring some NU+D'' and l"HE--CI1.:
,J of either party: ,-if they will not support : ) For Circular, address REV. J II. MYEFS.Fernnudlua .
V 3 : Field's"'method\ of studying .
item in the W Ha.rr
In Florida: one principal Provisions 1 Groceries __ H __ ___
4 C ) measures which they know to. be business of the last Legislature being: history by means of monuments!:, which

.Y l right, tho success of which would give the reduction of taxes generally, special brought\ forward as a reason for setting K3T 110TTOM ll'ES." GD cnSBE,

[ to their'nuthors greater fame and column in of :Major GUWSJIITM,
/ attention seems to \have been givento ulna memory Steamer and Sail
arrive :
In Store, anal l to by
than those
1 greater prominence the lI'lwlll tax Andre, we alluded to young American Alachua
tho task of reducing '200 Bulen Good Hay; Fourth St., bet. Centre and ,
x men.dcsiro for them,-tho outlook for this side officer( who rendered signal i 'service to
? to the lowest: attainable: point 1OOOOO hard Brick; FERNANDINA FL'.

tho republio is a melancholy one, in of utter extinction. The result is, that his! country, curing the s me" war, in IOn CatksMme; Guns made to order Onus and Pi'tol bought,
that direction I ISAYlIfa and in 100 Kegs Nails; 101 or cxcliaiiK-d. Woik In iron or br mo done at
schools are now sutlered to have an all r'speetl1ltre's equal_ many '100 Barrels KEROSENE OIL, 1100 fire hn lowest pro et.! ocl.fi: repaired aud keys fitted.
three his superior, to whom no memo : board train ill order promptly attended to.
of about qualities
uninterrupted; existence proof, 12 ctu. i>er gallon on
will be mid for
.tN ) 1>OJA Work not tilled fur in thirty days
months annually ; which i is a most emphatic -j\1 stone has \been erected. The A large stock of Orootries, 1'rovMonn, (Vook- rl'pHtr", J.tr
I 'Ono'of the I mpst respected and candid Hoods, Furniture, Doors ------------------'- --
Hardware Dry
I I f.'t"I1'Ollt of Decembercontains 2, cry
1 I of our Republican contemporaries declaration to "all comers" and New York Jtlimln, Sash, 1'aintn, Oils and. Varnishes.KXTRIJIKLY GOOD, FINE LAUNDRY SOAPAT
and forcible communication -
of tho amount a spirited -
finds fault with 'the thoroughly independent to the world at largo, LOW FOR CASH.
? THEFlorida
the cOl1trnt'tbet.t -
interest which Florida presenting t
and kind of
Philadelphia Times for a sharp cull and examine beforeimrelianiiitf
in fiend orders nt once or
takes in the education of her children \ m the two ,young officers so tlfewhere.
word of censure about the President'srecommendation Soap FactoryJACKSOXVILK
We arc happy to bo enabled to say, striking a manner that we take pleasure SANBORN & HOYT,
of civil 1 service reform
l .
substanceof Second St., Fernamlina.FOR
when tho Times had not'publishcd that that in several districts of Nassau in giving to our renders the __ __ __ __ _n _________ __ FLA.
county the colored people intend to the letter. It js headed "Nathan RIUrT.SKVEK.VI. .
portion the message. "The : the Hale a contarst with Andre-A suggestion -
their schools beyond ;
continue verymoderate
columns the Times "devoted to NICE ROOMS for rent low, In
says for the 'girls,' and a rebuke for MAUT, corner of Centre mid Tliirdhtroetn. *
reformill limits of time prescribed under login Tallow, Wax, Skins, Furs,
the defense of civil service .
the present legislation l i of Florida ; all of us :, Also! tin- Hfcond story shove MeasraNydcil itliro.
simply invoke tho contempt of the and iu order to effect this object, the I To the Editors of tilt R'eulitPo'II, : Tha t ., t''rHt'r.h) uixl Thlr.ll'ltrt't'hi. Sugar, Syrup and Oranges,

country." Whereupon its New York will raise wo girls," including 'ol1r'rl\ir correspondent Apply to M. DOWNEY; Taken In exchange For Price LI.t, etc., address

critic remarks : "If' tho Totes would.let colored people of the comity "Julia," should feel "awfully 32-t __la the City Mart._ "
tho necessary moneys by voluntary contribution for,Major Andre is not surprising ", :yu,, "SO4P FACTORY,
what the President borry
its readers see says, jT
the Orange
; for so did! the ladies of 1770, who on ,P.O.Box 989, ((10-3rn) Jacksonville.Fla.
they ''could form a more intelligent _
him had they -
"would have acquitted BY T. W. MOORE.
opinion!" F011E1UN composed the (courtso says Colonel' ,1'119 vahubla work ia for sale at the office of the MONCRIEF HOUSE

One good reason for not printing inejctenso Amfriean JYt'lc8.-Two battles Tallmadgo _" he was so genteel, handM JMIRRIIH I'rlce SO cent
nnd polite a gentleman.: This. the on'y' trell\llll wri'ten fur thU partlcn. :BY HRS. BTJFPIlTOTOiT:
young .
>me .
"what President itill it lnf'rmati' n that will ,
the occurredtho tar BTtiou Ind gins
says, may] are now reported as having American women do well to pause, hl'of value to the orange rower la Ij>ulslanu, and
be.the, extraordinary length of the discussion past} month ou Peruvian and Doli- before hanging\ wreaths on Mr. Field's alif.wnU It* author in on< of the most aucctss'ul CORNER OF PlXE AND FOKSYTII STREETS,

'ill which indulges on the which previously mentioned monument, and to go back in thoughtto orange growers in the .+Iat"'. -
he \'innsuilno: of -- ---- ---- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

subject ,of "reform :" that part of hismessage in our columns? is a decided victory the death of Hale Andre's the ":: muchlovedclassmate" prototype, IyM.'II.. c. DUUVKE,

would fill' an entire of After effecting young Captain I TERMS $1.50and $2.00 PER DAY,
& page for the Chilean arms. of Colonel Tallmadgo, The General Commission Merchant,

th "'Ji-ror. It may appear, strange a !landing; on the Peruvian coast nt young man seems to have been in C'l'1''IytAl1llrc's \' According to Location 'of Uoonig.

that he should ,recur to the discussionto Pi.sngua.thu Chilean army pursued the \\ equal, with a 'more solid Centre it, near R. R, Dep"t, WKIJ -KNOWN- lIOVS-iK IS CF -

if less showy education, Yale.College THIS located und having been renovated
it vuluUlinuu l withdrew FEHNAXDINA.
dilate upon so forces of the enemy as they .
and an eloquent speaker} throughout will be kept ait a first-claws bouae.riie
words to be from tho coast' and after an engagement graduate, of I 1'roprielretw, having hud experience both
handsome, brave, pious. On a day HAT, CORK OATS.itf North and South will spare| no \MH\H for the com.

accepted. took possession of Tarnpaca) I deepest gloom, after the defeat'of Long ______ fort 01 her piitroim. In making the house home.
like ta any in.the city. __ 33-tf
this_ suggests reason why even a very the most important) interior town in, Island, he was charged by Washington ANNE CL.AKKE,

charitable critic might speak of "'con.tempt" that province, and the supposed scat of learning the' with strength thq weighty and position mission of of :1\JIN. Improved Property for

connection wealth in the shape of Dealer In the cholcel"Fruit. P'nleTilE
in that ? great mineral the hostile forces ; and on his way back, Bulweriber offers for sale ten acres orlantl

this particullr'time",, A fiery Maine deposits of nitrato of soda, from which with notes of his observations in Latin ALBION, Levy County, FI..., between Ar-

Senator, some thirty. years since, spokeof saltpetre is manufactured. A few years and plans of the British works in his .Veetables. Confectionery: redondo\Ve.t India and Transit Uroiuon!Idiilroud., ou the The Atlantic land, Gulf all well and

who had made a reckless attackon the declared these bedsa !! shoes (as Andre afterward hid his ampler Improved, under good fence, und has a comfort.
one ago government >> Jto. & liou. :SO trees the
and notes of West Point), :0. able frame e. There are x-ach
H great ( statesman, of his,own party, government monopoly, and took possession plans! British boat for his own, Ven-to and the Honey l'enchfft:: grape vine -
he mistook a Third Street, between rent re and Alachua Streets, Scupi>eniong and Concord: ; 73: orauge trees 1 to 3
as having, rendered himself an objectof of nitrate works valued &:.\),- was arrested, and!;, taken to Howe's ... Frru.ndina,11.. 7-f I years of age; and a large variety of valuable
his'friende and of derision obtain the control How different the treatment -- ornamental shrubbery.
"pity to XX,000. In order to ( head quarters. Thin property U in a healthy and fruitful t.itua<
he received I No friendly officers Centre Street Millinery tioii. OKO. liUltNMlUK.Wtf ,
and 'contempt to enemies.. of this important trade and togain possession I
sympathized with }him, no supplies$ of Mirror office, Fernundiua, Ha.OT11EKTY .
of the rich deposits of at -- - -
guano --
The President has ,attacked nobody, food from the General's table, no
I .
:Ilt3. V. ..\.. 111: I)1)AUGII
Chileans & BUOTlIEi,
words not various along the coast, the deliberated
not even his friends; his are places court-martial extraordinary Has constantly! on hams a line selection of the

offensive" or sharp in defence of his l i | pro- now propose to annex this entiro over his fate. The infamous Cunningham newest! styles in DKE-S AND SHADE, JIAT.S FKENANDIXA.?

reform but the ditllculty seems province by force of arms, hurl(Hi him into prison, lor Ladies, Misses and Children; RtltHONS, Manufacturers and Dealers In Cook and Parlor
I JeCts ; occurred 150 miles refused him a Bible, tore up his letterto LACKS: A\U FUVERS; als., (.ent!' and
to be in ascertaining from all hu words, Tho Chilean defeat his mother and hanged him next i Boy>' !taro ol first quality. Call and examine Stoves Heaters. Ranges

taken in connection with' hU acts,just further south, on the river Loa, the sou._ morning at daybreak lie had enlistedat I Mr*. M. is agent (.r Ihe Domestic Perfect tit ,

what he does' really mean His words them boundary of Peru, andt.\ seemsto the very beginning of the war, not I ting Fashions. N>> one sh<>u d Pail lu try them Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Roofingand

been inllicted by the Bolivian from restlessness or love of glory, butleaving Guttering.
are strenuous for reform, but his acts have lover though he WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr.,
impassioned ;
for the most part appear to be acts of army, on whoso soil the battle took tvasthe, woman of his choice, because I Just Received
desertion and betrayal of the 'cause. )lhthc Bolivians in this unfortunatewar duty" as he wrote to his father at the Newsdealer, ,
thus far the allies of the Peruvians ',him to sacrifice everything a large eunsignment of Stores.
And here is i where the "contempt" being/ time, 'urged DEALER IN FANCY ARTICLES,
of 1,500 Chileans for hid lIe roused the THE "COOK'S. JEWFJ/
conies in I The Chief :Magistrate puhli'shes"to The capture country.
announced, and }people)' his firey speeches, kept his 312 Centre Street jFERSA5DIXl, FLA.
declarations in this engagement .
world 1
the lofty together with his own pay, ledthem appropriately lamtd- U a Jewel We WILL
and''official' orders demanding reform, tho death of tho Chilean general in with undaunted courage: and I Shelf Paper, Wctere Tramps Bracket. Lamps NOT My be undersold, Corner 2.1 and ASHE 8U.llr. .
>ivt S lUu.l au>oI-I, Comb, Briuhe>, etc ,
hu the comulIluThis battle was fought when ruin stared him in the face, volunteered Croq in party
ands; then Pup.i.f Us ia great varkJ. Also, Sewing. Machine
I reform helps forward three weeks earlier than tho one in for the service which cost his NHa1I. Ott. eto. AUTIIUU C. FORD,

t avowed enemies to when which the Chilean forces were victorious life. No lying flag of truce opened away CLIPPER_:_ .,--_ _IXKVTASria_ _TS__C nU. ", h __ DEXTIST
their election to high office, much for him pn his dangerous: errand ; T'J.\CKSOXYILL; ; : FL., ,

preseritatlbu i i of such names for and by troops apparently no traitor's safe-conduct in hU pocket A Fourth Street, between ('cut re
the inferior in numbers., Unfavorable news sarcastic smile to his lips in liar Helen M. Adams, Brooklyn fire minutes'walk .
well-understood Alurhuu
was a brought a from the Ueixx' out accommodate a few and fljar. t.,
public' BUUTftge! his tho Chilean authorities, like the rest of the midst( hU foes; and when the I boarder iu excellent tyle. Kooma large and '
him for attempts :
rebuke and' insult reform.to the world, are not eager to publish, and hour came for him to die, no conscious I Deighborbood very pleuaaut. 5-lf **-tt FEKNANWNA, FLA- ,"VTIlE "

:7 at civil service

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REFLECTIONS.Correspondent LAST week an attempt was made to The Singer Sewing Marhtne. MALLORY'Sv ATLANTIC, GULF- &WESrDIA

burn the City Hotel at Tallahassee, )Ir. John Mackenzie has taken the TRANSIT RAILROAD. 1

*, but the vigilance of the watchman agency of this excellent sewing machine \

And rer onsllI\\"lnl-t business with this puixr, will frustrated the design of tho incendiary, and is now prepared to furnish flORIDA STEAMShIP I LIVE K 'TIM: CARL> 1NO. rlA "

please direct to "'I.unlnA Miimon, )lYrimtuliim. nil and! for In sheet Juno 15th, 15711.iniSO .
-. -. PISATORE U i to be produced in Jacksonville supplies repairs: necessary l

Schc1U1'TiON : $00>I :n year :::1 .00 for soon. About thirty of the it. Ho sells the needles at J5 cents a a ( novtn.t'Vtnmidiii ,

six mouths dozen, and all other articles at the( ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. brave +s. ..,..10 W a inUim i ,
of the \ > aoad..L 18.111
most accomplished) city "I'IVA '
n' .. ____ prices established by the manufacturer, "rrl\elllI..n.! ... .... ..12 11 sin \
are nightly I practicing to perfect themselves -f .J Am\t. )lnU..II..1 00 pluArrhc "
The TeaeJiern' Institute. Call and see the late Improved Singer Urftiuly, llrnnrh.... 1 4i |i raArrho
In our last: we made brief mention ill their parts. .L'-/ .liuid\\'ln.. 125pm
the machine in the IV: \ :..t
t complete \ (
mo : Leave )ildwni' .... .... .. 1 4:1: p IU .; )
of the meeting of the teachers of Nassau TIM: l'l'h'hrnh'lllirl11 of J. & PCoates, world I Ietr a? Arrive M,,"\111'.... .... 2 uu \> m e

cotuity. but the time nl1owld18 manufacturers: : of spool thread, have -- ::'I \ i Aral\l' lj "t'.v.......... ,. 2 311 4<< 1.111Arrl'j.lulle'tI pin

brief make full bought 1\1)11/\1111: water in Graf \ Fall and Winter Goods. Arrhn Markc. a 17 pmArthc
too to power \
was :\ a report. Tit: rixi: !STI.V: : MIX: ,
'llmri-tou .. ......334 pin rArdis I
The following teachers were present! ton. Mass., where they will erect mills J. it: T. Kydd are now receiving every 1l.1.10. .... .. ... u.. :3 rtl II lit ,. ,

for the manufacture of linen thread. week large shipments of }.'alll\ntt Winter WESTEilN TEXAS, Anno UmiiOKVllle., .. .... .... .... 4 64 |> in ') I Irr1'o
J. X. Whltncr C. A. Key, .\ Arredoudn.u.. .... ,. 6 ',Jt y litrrhe "

W. T. Dumas, J. O. Frey, .\ deal: too much space: has been goods, dry goods, dress goods: clothing CItY OF AUSTIN, <\ ll.iitou( ... .... 6 5 40 p mArrltn.Uchrr
| till' mArrli
Mrs. M. C. Uibba, Mrs. M. A. Clark wasted upon Hoyt, the Great Disappointed. hats! and caps) boots and shoes, CITY OF DALLAS > lirnnson. .. 0 4111'nl ,

Mr*. J. Jtorphy, Miss C. Kelly, which they are selling at the lowest 1 ArrlMi Otter ere, k.u.. 'I.lI p mArrtv
1'. (:Soodbrcnd J. C. Ixmgwell His letter can do no harm to 4 STKAMKHOKTlll* I.INKwill: lithe Fet .. liOMcwtod .... ..... H IIW
market prices.Furniture. 1 V iiiindiim 'bur >' vwr York tux ArrUo i wire KI'I UO p intOlNO
J R. lliillnnl l MisH A. I:. Alston Florida excepteith) p'oplelike himself, urijii ;
..r"lIIl'W York, 'wr 2)1 1'jiot: River, every Friihij.or ; ( KOI H.
Floyd \Vrljrht, Simon Litosy, heave ViUr Kf .. ... 4 30 a mAritvr
and the fewer such we have the better, .Jut Itecetved' Klnrldii tal'. in. ) .
A. V. White, Daniel Gibson, ''l"ii" l.lno, hiiMni 1" IranxlVrii to make lirlwrenli UiicowiHul ..... ... bY.I A III '
John henry MUM Frances I rn1, Let him Milk out of sight. Messrs. Sanborn it UO.tl'contl:: 'i'\llli> u1dew Turk utters the IM.s I xn.ehculuwt ,! A rrhtl otter creek.. . . ... 003: amArilvo
< ( Iruussirtuliun to Florida shippers. llroun..ii T M a m
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Mrs. J. N. Whitnor J. I,. liier, Uov. DREW has appointed Dr. J. M. street, extend a general invitation to( Orllllt" will recent t.n-vhil| nnc in .iiindliiiK. Arrlvi Arcdpr... .. ,.. 7 no a Inrrln'

W..1'4. IJliiKfton; Mi-w Rosa Pribh the public to ex.iminc their large andcomplete .\ lUttoii. ... .... 817 amArrlvo
Palmer of Monticello, Dr. lletton of 1'asseilger! \C'01l1l1l0d..IIOII4! "rc'1.'IIt"I' Airiddtulo. .. ttll 2 am
C. C. Manlgftiilt. stock of furniture which has Arrive tllllllr.\'IIIo.! ., .. 8 6A a in
Tallahassee l and Dr. Kcnworthy of '
( Anita Wal>io .0 M a in
l1lll'rintt'Illlcntlnhol1(') on ulenaddres Jacksonville a commission to investigate been' added to the l'rl'' l'lItH'l'k by Arru'<< hllr tlll... . .. ..lO'Jdaiu:/(
ing the Institute, delivered nn : '3 The triuehiiw; public tin.- nll ; and report upon the condition of shipments\ from XcYOlk, enabling nf M IJl< to the teachers, in which the objects of them to other the best variety ever t'onuri'.ioiiM niitiic! ut .lucl oiu it It' \\lib nil xtoa.itiNNiti ...... ..11oosall
the State Asylum for the Insane. lor nil Nii.ilH| on (heIt.: Jobn'ti. Ofkbtwuhn, Arrl11t"lII'1 ... .. ...11 A3: a m r
the organization were clearly set forth : seen in this market. f>l.tf and: liiiluiii 1(1\1'1",111,1 with lie rrunxit KmlriMulut Am\" 1\.1.\\, III..... .... .. ....151 21 pmI. )
showing the necessity for, and the good THE cotton lying in Memphis during l-Vrnandnia lor nil rllllrllll.I..I"II.11I Moiida, -H\ Haul*In .... .... .. .... ,.,1'J 4'J p IIIArnvi.
lirnmh..... 1 d.l:!
the prevalence of the yellow fever epidemic Fall and Winter ('tofu.Inp. llminly pmrrho
to be accomplished by, these meetings } Freight and Passenger Rates Lower; / lutt ii. 1 .lllIn .

is Au ('nli,.li. .... .... ... SSlpmliait t .
of those engaged in educating the youth calculated to produce fearful J. it T. J )'lltt are now receiving their than by Indirect Lines.44Tli.oiiKh tll\'u rue a H'ii'l n. .. :J 1111'1'1

of the State. consequences if it shall be distributed fall stock of incus', )'oulhs' and bo)':;' Arrl\e rcrintiuUiiu.............. .... 3" rules mid Hill of I.lIelinlt tlll\l1!
for the morning was throughout the country and worked clothing, which they otter at very low pntuls.44Stcxulrrs. I 1) K. MAXWELL,
or thin l.lno mill d'rvct 'ron, l-Vr- hupurlut'iiilrnt.I .
as follows : up by the mills.!! It is thoroughly saturated p1' Cl'S. mil thus to A.I.VS.K/. /, l1'., tiiidfr iHintrml with
with the \'m\s so fatal duringthe -- the llahanniN UoM'rnmi'iit and arc the only $lt'.1- "I.mH.X'l'U.I.. IIAIMUAI
ESSAYS.Munition Same Mare 11I.rtllh,1 land at I ho pior in NHIVMIII.li. .
-Hy J. o. Krey. past two seasons in that unfortunate W. M/01'lltt'ICKAgent, JACKKONVILLK:, FLA.. (t.5th.( (H70.! tin
Of those nice French Broadcloth: and "'l'I'1 1111 II I lUll. ( Jtid a'tor ll.la due, tralbi on Ibis loud will
Otir Ki>i/li.ih Ttmyue--Ity '\ T. Dumas. city. C. II. 1I1A1.J.OU0. run na follow tb'AIL
Tweed! Coats still hand and will be ?
Our Dutim-Hy J. 15. Rillnnl. -- on : l'I\'r/l': Una Bln'r.V York. :2 IfSir. AND EXPUKS3-UA11.Y.. 'i

The Xieil of 11.1111'1.1,11'I'/ fiixtruclion. of tile (W- Along the Line of the Transit lloatl. sold! out much t.doco t.L)' '--' --- I.nftvu J.k.'lvllln..6 311) pinl.envo
VV'litlo llotiHO. ..0 IA p.Ill
red Jurrllylil4.'I.: A. I r-:. AlMuti. Editor Mirror: It has been my pleasure ocilS M. ])tHna\: ,. leave lliiUUiu... .... 'Ilkll'lll ;

J9acticaL6unlion und Jilurnturs-hy C. A. .- lc ve urbjvillu ... .... ... ...7:11i: p m
and business to pass over this section -- Si 1. aIIi1Tel'' JI 1ace1.c l.t'uva Samlori-un. ..H 07 p m I

Key.There of from time to time hoots and Shorn.A 1..vIIOIIIIII..e......... ...1\.3 p in /
was a full and free discussionof country new stock just received at J. & T. L. a\'ollt Carrie: .U O.I):! \> m

in which not the during the past: three, years. It is rc- Arm at I.nke city: ..,. U 30 p in
all the essays, Kydds'. l.i''se 1 LIve Onk .ir..:...2 1/1.( in I
teachers but several of our prominent marknble, in this "slow" country, to Jl Arrivet Tul 111111..0....... ... ..7 no amArilvpat i t
Fine Huts Albniiy ...... .... .. 10 43 a m ,
citizens joined, and in which not onlya note the r.\pitl8tride toward a higher 1 AI rival it Itnvaurii, .......... ....U 10 am '
grade civilization and progressive J. it T. Kydd have: just 1'l'I'l'in'l1.nncw : : I.C..VH Ha\aniinh.. ...u 4 80 p m '1
strong interest in our schools, but an L,ate AlliHiiy .. ..u.uu..4 I 10) ;p ml.
of the subjects was industries! everywhere. The forests are stock at'gents' fine hats, latest FI.OKA ." a\u T.lUlm>'in'o.... ... .. 0 43 p ml.ttvo
intelligent handling l.lvtill.ik ....... .1 15 a b1l.o
at bottom prices.'
displayed. After the close of the discu giving: way to the sturdy hand of thelIl' styles ;...T, ive I"k..llty........... ....... 3 60 a inl.euvti ,
CAl'T. JOtf BMiril: Mt.i'urrle: ... 4 18 s all
old residents
:,ion of the topics treated in the essays \\ settlers inspiredby ,"(I (;' 'L\'I ';" Loato OliiKifo ... ....4 4U amI

discus- the spirit of (the new, have renovated 20lh. Will Fprpatidlnaoory MOMMY and TIIPItSDAY "-avuuin|. mill.... .... A VI: ) a mI ,
d October :!
!: the following question was -opened\ Monday, : Ml8a.m. trnin CKMllU HlMtUKl: :: DOCK lIr> I-..vo D.irhyvllio.. ..... ....,A fiS r ill '

bed : "Can anything be done to stimulate their own surroundings, built neatft'IH.'CS Pupils received! any time and at the li'.vo HuiUlii) .. U 40 amLiiivo
ITS' Hill \\ Ilito ll<.".(>.7 03: .a m
for .
in learning nl'housc8, planted trees usual .'u, 60
and encourage progress rates. Arrlv.ikt JHcln.mvlllo 7 a mOn ,
fruit and In this direction 1U11 uuil rinvHH Train Hloeplng Cdr run
ornament. To the citizens of Florida this institution the SU Mar '. |
how to spell ? : and all lutfrmodLitd laudlnga uu ) through to .i.d Irulu Jarkmnivllu- r*\501 aU ; i+

The afternoon session was occupiedwith very great improvement has been made affords every facility near home River 1 ..1"11. l.uca Kliu| lug'\\. "''H' run. tliroutili to sod IromJ"c"'ul".lIn 1 l t

I the discussion of the following and! there is plenty of room for more. for the thorough education of their ThroiiKli Hills of Lulling tEIINANDI'.A\ aud: 'lulUluii hXl'KI-HS (DAILY' ) V

At Lawtey, a village known ,and daughters. Id'lIv" Ja kiwi,t tile.l H 16 am ,
questions : "What place and importance FROM SEW VtlKK by the nom ItT! LINK ol ArrU B\hlwhi.12: 30: pm
with distinct spoken of a few years ngo, only in ridicule 81 UAMtU.S to all point\ ou thu Ht. Mar)"'.. Arrive .err rtn0ug.. ........ U 40 pm ,
has enunciation
reading the t CO.U.1unCI.f1.. (.iiitve hrriiBii.liu.?...n0 30 a m
and appropriate expression in is now one of most thrifty Cuiiiii'otliui serve IU d" ........... 120 p m
communities the road. A FEBNANDINA MABKKT-CORItKCTKIl: \\ KKKI.Y, Close! Arrive JIM k./IIv.\I..................... i :M( p m ,
the exercises of school and in the : on systematic II V WM. I.AMTKV. fa... nmim fur *. rnauiilua sod Cuuar hey take I
and thorough drainage of their ,SpirltMTurkaline.......* !'tit MKuain made with the Nf'w.ork and Havanimh LillI an lira Ilil tiaiu.' No Into (lulu Brldwlu to Collar Key oil :.
education of child ? "Do we secure flack all 11m" "Cure ot .te.lU"r Mnjllowor, let- .Unduy.
common KtrulneU. $1 1 23 (tU ft :)1)) .
I the requisitefamiliarity, with the fundamental lands has thoroughly reclaimed them Tar... ) ie In market,, uandlua." I'ulilltill 1'uluco Slci'ilni| Par rim tbrou ch lo and
from and Havnuunlii al.o, Uir.niKUluut
1'rinle In nmrkrl.Cotton JavkvuutillR ;
rules of arithmetic, so that from their earlier swampy: appearance; TurHMitlne-Hvii J..1&1I1I11n the ,...('.1.......,, 4'yS (1001) MOD VTIONH for I'iiai. nRrri. Eciiralniilnta .iiii< tarn buiMicu Jauknouvllle and Jh utyouiry ( I
and T"urtsts will ttud fila a very attra. <
our pupils will become good and ready and now that they are drained, these tots trip, an tile no..in-ry In gaud aud alllcaturit UoutmU. ALA at Jackannvi.la with the <:H Juliuo Aver
are among the richest pine lands on I-XRXANIMNA HKTAIL: MARK KT.: ,and othi.r gunle.ru nbnndaiit. Atrsors; at 11Yldsbi wit)" A.0. &\. 11. I. 'I.' U. IU
accountants ?" "By what method can: Corn eted by Mr". (Clurke dealer in Fruit, for further liiloruiatlon apply to Fur t'Yd..., Key, Gulciumllia, 1'Vil.auilin and p lute f
the road. Largo groves of oranges are Vrgrtulilcn' nod (huOe1,14eeds. "lIb.1. 1'. & M U H.lor \1
i be best o 1H'dl\Ud enforced H J HILLINGS35lf North and \\.11 t at Lake i Hy
discipline VHIKTAULKM.PotutooM :
r'eriuudlna. Fla. ( Tsllshsnre, Alb4uy, tollv.II1t.b. aid puibti
and look vigorous and well.
l u..IIt'I..l 40 (4'11\1)
) l* r
in the school room ? Mwfvt 1'otuloeH, |M-r buahel............ 0 BO 44 0 75 North stud Wu.l. .1.' H. '!Mctl.l>OV. .
.\ considerable number of older bearingtrees hundred..... .10 0))1 'JO! (00 Master ot rtucporlution.
All these subjects, especially the last, i'uhbiiKC, IMT ? *( For flood Cntt>>m-iiiada W. SI. DAVllJHOV. ,
in the settlement sufficiently ()lIioll14.Il'r| 10 ('u 'IIl'uw > ... .
ti. and T. A. dec 7 ",i'J'1'
awakened lively discussion. !'CI"' |K-r bunlieU. ....,1 75 (e'\I 2 Oil BOOTS AND SHOES .- -- ..
guarantee the success of the new ')'Ulllllto,-", |HT orute.? 0 Ut) <(jj> 0 W) A31.11.; n.Orrll' .
well written
All the essays were JI 5 L IT$.
groves. Thc. people ought and will ApplrftH'rl| "iiHlivl. 2Uir 1 :2 :51) & tTALL.iLAYsSK
none of them too long, and most of lA'uluri4iwrhundr(4..?..3N.4" -I 00ItikiuinuH or SCPintsTawOZNt I

creditable degreeof succeed. IKT hundred................?.. :200 pal< 500CocniiiiutH : :, 'LA., "'eb.2,1147110u
them showed a and rterUita ditto lialba will ruuuafulluwa I
very 11'nldofights hard for the ,ouch........ 01U 44 0 1l'Ol'LTHY. pmncuKnr
finish and thoughtful handling t.t.. ; t
literary holds her own well. What shelacks Turkey.,eiM.li.'V> & 1 Bu NIOHT >IAIL DAILY.
of the subjects. 4! CJeew. etli.- 754 1 00 I.cavef hatUUuochvo Hirer......2 45 pin ,

in capital( the makes up in paint, Chickens, grown............................. an: (.t 4O. 1".vec./uhry/ ,,.,4IIpni
After the close of the business\: for Io hulf-Krown...................... 20 ( which the Institute was called together whitewash and general neatness. The Ducks grown per pair....... lOOloiZ"> L ave T.\llai a..eo. 6.61'111)
foundation she which to build J-gg".IIl.r dozfn.... 25 (a* Ull Ixuve l/r'.8 U the following resolutions were hils11'011 BCTl'llKK'. MKAT. l.e.vII Madliun.....,,.., .... ,.10 IU p iu
her future greatness has certainly been : lk-ef- teak*................. IS (!. 121'IIrk. ArIvllU I.no 0,11..... ...... ... 12 alb awArrlvnat
passed .?.. tt <<0 loMutton 11Av1uliall.,1O 19 am
laid broad and deep enough to carryall ... t (<9 10) Arrlte "11l."y..l" IB amLe

liesolved, That' the thanks of the The Hli IIljjlgl............................................ 1 S .ve l.lva u.k..2 UO s II..f. *V
members of the Institute be and arehereby that she has ever anticipated. : Kl.OCIt, FKKD, ,AC, l.u1l\IIJ.-lIe .4 w) 4 lIa"

extended to Dr. Myers! Dr. junction of the roads, the 8lntlFe Hay, |*r hundred {toundji......?.....? 73 W IK ArrIVU.I.I.cl..lOu'lIle.... ....... M wi a m ,
for Curls |*r l u..hel....._? ,....?.._........ 0 II)(0 0 'JOOut 00 to Lull' JK ktonrilla! .,. U 44 p W I
Thackara' and Judge Hammond canal, the Balmoral ((1\ twenty thousand *, jx-r bu..Iiol................. 55 66 ISO l"tve Ukuilly.........1U ,11 u iu
valuable assistance, advice, and encouragement items of interest Iran cud mi.ltllIlI&'M.I..r IOU|>oiiiiijH, IY" (<. 1..) John MacKenzie's Arrive at i Ivs .Ic..l 15 a in I
in labors. Also to dollar hotel nearly,) are Jo'lour.lll'r, Iwrrel..............?.? s 3Ofc. ttSO Leave Albsuy.uun..n.4 49 p m 'I
our which will not Ie l overlooked by Hominy per Ixirrel..... 4 75 *$ 000 LimVM HitvuuiiaU .. ...... ...u.. 4 45 pan .
John Alston for the interest manifestedby Jl.'ellf'r ton, f 10. HeUil,75u.: |*r )(Caj; |*r Ib, 20." t-lgn of the QOLDKN: K1IOE:, Jj-.ve l.lvn$ 1II1k..2 aMs: a mIx)4V .
him and his encouraging rt>mllrkll. shrewd men seeking) investments:! and \ ...,"- .....4 :20 a in .
:First taro Centro Street HailZload L.>..\'elJrlltllll..6 (U s 1Ia'j j
on near -
D. E. Maxwell, Superintendent 31 All IMS. ,
To Capt. homes. ArrrlvaatTalLihiiaMe....'1 lio sin
of the Transit Railroad, for his railroad Sepat, Leave nllal.aMLf.. .u.......... ...B to a iuL
Fairbanks, like a western: ..,.,... ,.. 16
teachers to and I'OHT ALX.UUo-\'rrK KHDIKU DM:KM HEM 13. kindness in passing it FKKNANDINA H.A. Arrive .. Cbulabuoehre.11 4B sin
without charge.And town, has grown up, as' were, by /lCI'I l
from the Institute H'IOM.lETII.. lilt))) 'ATltR. r.le
37-tf DAY PAHMliXlKH-Huudayi eseepted.
who magic and as her people seem to be ulldI1Y.. IIee.7, 6.tl 1\.01 1.:4.: }I. 4.04Mouduy -. -. ._. .
to the ladies and gentlemen ; ( .. I tavelallabaMMe,... ....... II 80 a mIA .
e. 6.41: 5.01 ::1.:1'.1: :J.etl LOT, -svuLiud.... ..,.10. 3"all. i
interested in la- on'e has
were sufficiently contented and happy, no reason 'fueM1 y. 9. 6.45 3.0J a.'U LIMi !CITY: Leave lirifiou...............'... li 10 amLiuviTAucllla. to I
born to meet with'us.. to believe that they made any mistake W-d'.ly. "" 10. 441' 3.01 .H 1.1:1Thur'll'Y. : her either residence or business ..<,..... ,.,,.11 25 a iu .;
6 S : b.lUFrndry .
6. 1\.111 4t
meet .. 11. 1 eve O'. Mi llie.: ... ..II 4J a iu ,
The Institute then adjourned to in their locatioll.Hlint'Ii'ill 12: U1 5 trl G.-l: 7.111 sold at reasonable prices IxsiveMadlaoD.... ........ ....... .128P JD .,
JI.: G.n 5.O'l 7.41 sAAS purposes, '
l. avMI.Mlia.2 10. ui )
again in January, 18SO. rests upon her laurels and Sat.day. II I
-- and terms. Leave U eoak.,.4 ospiuAnlvaat
Superintendent Mahoney has ample can well afford to, fur a time, while her upon easy Lake City....... B oo pin '
NTICE.rI11111tTY :
Arrive, Jackaoovllle.. ,..,... a 16 pm
cause to feel elated at the success of rivals work : but she. must remember SAM'L A. S'V ANN, I.e.ve Jtcktouville.....,....16! W s m

of the teachers of PAYS front tU Out I will ell s1! CKXTBK, Corner SECOND bTKEKT.l3m Le.v\lI.IIII.1t1............. ....12 04 pill
first gathering and the Tortoise
this have IIl't'n
the fablo of the Hare L WATCH or other artkk. thai I.4Ve LlYell.II..1 *) &,11&
for good loll oa mf haiKlit fur clUe year, for the ehrrgesagsltu.t a'1I1..2 10 <.
The influence Leave tl: pmLtava
county. and long &
not sleep too ) UM'Ol. ;
)ilkU-oo...u.tt 20 p luavii ..,
which may be exerted by a successfully Armlondo, grown rich at Truck J. W. HTAUK. "s'rA'.ry.U ANH "'S'l' ICS'\r. IM- I>- Oreeovi.ltf.. 4 ID p m 1.
W.tdllll k"r.
Leave Aucllla.,..*.......i. 4 40 pin *
conducted Institute, has been fully farming, does not carQ whether her -lkrewbcr.---G. 1>.)79.._.----.-. -- proveraeut" Lands secured, in any ,.,Drifkio .......,....b U6 pio s
and still happier results from Leave l.u.yd.........' au pmArilv
shown, town grows or not. G. F. AVERY J of Florida at 20 cent below atYallaliMMe,....,... 43 pmMONTICtLLO I i
in part per
be expected
similar meetings may Starke ought to be the county seat IJKANCU.

the future. of Bradford. It is situated in the midstof the prices established by the Leave Moutkello 3
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llere and ThereTi1E a good farming country, and exhibits State. Api>lj toBAM'L lit IJrU\u -6 B0.u4 U OOauo, 6 Ofi aud 8 80 ,,

'. .Middle .Florida Fair will beheld the first largo bearing orange trees that Livery & Hoarding Stable Leave V 11&Urltton-6 00 and 11 IB a m, 6 33 and 8 40

the of the northern visitor.A A. S'V Al'N pm.Arrln.t. '
commencing on ,
at Tallahassee, 01lIle.l:0-0: 20 acid 11 U p m. 6. .4) and
t. 15th. bright future is in store for her, but /1ARHIAUEM nud,WAGONSTo l-Sm rEftMAJIUIXA. rLOKTDA WWpa
the mid from Hletuuen awl Traiiui. 8T. LARKS 11BANC1I.Tueadaia. .
little blood>> to liven
Florida she needs young sod b tardtya.Leave .
of : very Tburxiaya }
THE orange crop and brighten her up, and make her ('OSTIC L'Tt4 FOR HAULIXO, KTC. A.G. CHAl'I'ELL, Tallabawwe.,., ,, .W OIl aw
fine this year, and must prove highly I Arrive at ..,. >In......,,..,..,..vlo iw amLtave
,it show off what she i is, and ought to be. foil ..LE. BOAT BUILDER, Ht. Mark...11 80 a u

profitable.: counsel: We will leave other station for a 11 0 ItSJnUGGU; IIARNfi&SCAKTS Jacbon\'lUe. Florida. Arrive at*;Ta Luc..ieepsr le ..I1..1. between T.'Itbuse.00> taWundruff :

li'L.; It. BECHER, Queen's future writing. X. Y. ANDVA( ON8.OAHII.6 : and J4ck.<>atill. t>n all u'gbt trtloa.Uuiiun g
tii>ui made ai CtiatiaruKiiara wilb Feoplce* yLlw.
and family are .
of London, Canada -- WHITEHALL BOATS, lioate fur fcuUI; M'indssWrdnrrnelssod ;

IitayinK the Egp out. ; New Goods.A rerTnltMJ4: ; Hatordaja"r 5'c.luw.llIeatll", aud talur. j
YACHTS, GUNNING SKIFFS, da,.; t>t ApalacbicoU. TbnradayaJ .
THE St. Augustine Press has emerged few cases of nice fall goods just ** Ofttce mud fHuble-Fir>>t hlreet, near BrwU. f, LA11iD.SuptlIDI.Dd.Di. ,

into arrived and cow opened in the 'sty I Btrfcct! WUnrf. *>.,_ 4'>tf YAWLS, STEAM LAUNCHES. {
from its bybernation and springs EDOAR VUET. : '< ,
the fresh as a youthful gladia Mart, and will be sold without reserve, G 0 llou.e&I TO CUOWtTH lit.tf you i>|W..II&>|iu it. arst the rr"t Flori.Ulioot Every drecri ptlon of ainaJI craft built to ordero 0.... yrcift aud Traca. Aft.. .1 4eoTP1CIMTIXC1 .

arena as with balance of goods now on t' 'IU" or ttho at tU. try loweat living pricr: *. the beet .yle; and ou tb* most approved mod- : s
tor. toque Kogero now acts as edi. together UeJ-iriuv dooo lower tUau at juijr oUier pU< IAWWD. e'Iw re.ytwhsoer.liltsd: In every style. and i : t
hand, by M. Dowy EY 4Z 3411, Jell W. '0w54 Arica, ai the )111WIt. : ,
tot and publisher,,


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I AGRICULTURAL about one acre of sandy soil. Sometime THE FLORIDA
. I, in September, cut the tops, making :NEw
I a (lotto Corn, five one-horse loads of good hay. 'LAND AND IMMIGRATIONC7omim

Last \Vo grnph from 11U1 Francisco; pape: the ('hulas for seed. It being, some ,
what tedious to save them I gave the .
describing 1new grain said to hav: ny
job of saving remainder to my ten AT THE POPULAR DRY GOODS EMPORIUM OF
}been, procured in South America. We fattening hogs; they seemed to be very OFFEBSGOOOOO

are now in receipt of four kernels of busy in their undertaking, and thai

J this peculiar; corn, through the kindness kind for they of work improve must every agree day with and miles them\ J. de, T. :E'IEE.; : ACRES

Dr. Care of Arredondo) whoa o Of the most ACCESSIBLE and
M of they should get help, there will l be V1"
it note we give hclow. These grains!:! of plenty, of ('h"rlIl'ft: to keep III)' stock DESIRABLE lauds in the

. fl corn are very large: and seem to be hogs through tho winter. STATE OF
Gtfods Clothing Boots Shoes FLORIDA
very similar in character to whatvt -- - Dry
at only $1.25 per acre to. new settlers -
known Tuscarorn
have heretofore as (0 S. OAKES
I' ; with tho privilege of selec-
" I c )rn, only about four times larger. NOTIONS AM FANCY GOODS, tion in p'trcels of 40 acres or more.

Florida Mirror; In your issueol i These lands aro located on and

F1'tt1Ci9CI.IercldIAt December :3d, you extract a description: from the of&ui: a AT NEW YORK PRICES.THE !adjacent, to the l lino of f the Atlan-

variety of corn known as Cuzco (corn tic, Gulf and \\Vst India Transit

To set at rest any doubts you may tentertaiu i Co.'s R. 11., extending, from Fer-

as 10( the existence of the variety LARGEST AND BEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AT nandina, on the Atlantic, to Cedar

named came into, I enclose my )possession you a few through grains that the County Undertaker, PRICES WHICH CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD. Key, on I ho Gulf coast, thus affording -

hands of \V A. Taflicz, of this place, to the producer cheap,
week, that Stock is always Fresh and Desirable. large
NEW (OODH received every so onr
he having received a small lot from FEniTAimnTA, FLA. constant and rapid transportation
stock of IMUXTN, I'KIU'AU: nod C'AMIIKICN, from 5 cts.a yard and upwards.
Mr Cuvellier, a former resident of your Constantly on handMETALLIC to lie best markets.
city, now of San Francisco, California.Whether 1> 11 13 M H GOO 13 M.A The belt of country traversedby

adapted) to our soil: and cli BURIAL OASES, fill' st<>ck of Latest Hyles at nottoni Prh'es. A Urge acBortrncut of HOSIERY and GLOVESFinn. the Transit R. It. embraces
mate I hope to be able to answer next neli. TowelH and LInen Duiuankn UndershirU and Drawers at great bargains; Cloths, l'as imerea and
fall, as/ I propose 1 planting; some, fifty- Wood C'oflliiN, Kentucky Jesus,a full stock\ cpeclal bargains CLOT111NO. EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto

a five small or more scale grains tis true, an, but experiment enough perhaps on- In Rosewood, Walnut anti other wood*. _GENTS' FTJRNISHlira GOODS: A SPECL LTT.' & be found in the State, a large

to determine, this question. A fall line of Latest tylplI, Our Dollar Slilrt the best in market. Call and examine our stock proportion being l peculiarly adapted -
Very Respectfully. UNDEHTAKKKS GOODS, and Prices before iiurchnsmrf) eloewhi-rp. ordets' II) mall pruniptly" attended to.Javiug .
he filled at New York prices. to toe culture of SEMITRoPICAL
/ a resident bluer 11N.w York "pcial orders con always' -
E. G. CAKEW.Arrcdondo MASOMQ AND OTHER KMBLEMS, SHROUDS *Having i.itrnducL-d<. the 5 Pent Counter, wLlch I.asrove,1, so popular we show a large varl FRUITS and
Dec. 5th, 1870. AND ROBES.Embalming qty<>t articles which have been sold for more thau double Ihe price. Call and see the bargains Early Vegetables,
J. & T. KYDD, and The Large, Compact liodies r/
To BEGIN WITH 8I'Jml'-If there i is :Cone.Do Walker St.,New York. } North East cor. Centre and Third 6tit.,Feruauulna Fla Timber make these lands worthyof
but ono man in the South who entirely
understands sheep, that man is Mr. t;. Hell. exhumed L4 attndeI for removal.to. Safety guarauteed.FU'iId CAREFUL EXAMINATION by man A,

Brown, of Spring Hill, Tenn. In response Orders by mail or telegraph will receive prompt THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR faclurers: of LUMBER AND NAVAL
to an enquiry as to what breed attention STORES.
should' Remember that I am opposed to high prices.
tho beginner shecp-raising
begin with, he states, as might have OFFICE IN SAND)RN & IIOYT'S OLD STORE, CALVIN:: : : OAI' NEW SETFLERS purchasing
been expected he would, that much depends Ian 4 SECOND 8THEET. ,fI' land from this company are fur-
I upon locality, soil, etc. The -- -, Jacksonville, Fla., nished with entire free passage on
t three lending classes of sheen are acknowledged J tCKSOXVILLU the Transit 11. R. for family and
by all fair-minded breeders V MARBLE WORK
personal effects to the station near-
to have three, dsstinctivo excellencies: ,
and three distinctive defects! and these: Iron and Brass FoundryAND est the laud purchased.TI .
characteristics should be carefullyweighed LIE COMBLti I'E,being derived -
by the beginner against the *
t by grant from the United
of his locality before making .
peculiarities MACHINE SHOP. States null
from the
choice of the breed to be tested. ;.. '
1. The Merinos are small, hardy, active \ DRa DITRK'EE'S Sate of Florida.CORUESl'ONDENCE.

sheep, yielding good weights of I :! SOLICITED.

f t fine Hocks woal than, and tho thriving English; better breeds.in They largo T. J. MURPHY, LIVER: ANP KIDNEY PADCURES Descriptive MAPS and CIRCULIRS

are not so prolific as tho latter and arc Proprietor. mailed on application.
opt to be careless!: mothers. They arrive SAMUEL A. SWANN
; slowly at maturity, but make good -
u mutton when grown. Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Fever and Ague, Catarrh, Laud Commissioner. .
Mills and
2. Tho South-down is below either Steam Engines, Sugar Female Weakness, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Side- .ji-tr -.-- -- --

the Cotswold l or Merino, in weight of kinds of Mill Machinery builtor Ache, Bilious Complaints, and any Disease arising Till: FLORIDA
.wool. As mutton sheep, he is unequalled -
Disorder of the Stomach Blood.
from or
i is much than
and !: more hardy
k p t the the Merino.Cotswold Flocks and more of several prolific hundred than repaired., '. I'ril:a One Dollar. Sent by mail on receipt of price. T TOWN IM R VEMENT COMPANY,

1 do well together. They mature early "'IItST'I.umVOnllU, NHIIII. Liberal discount to'..Dealers.
and the lambs are much sought after (." O. IIUG1IKS. 4t RIU). Agents, FEIINA\nINA- 4.
bv. butchers. .. No._ 1 West Bay St. ,cor. Ocean,JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
j 3. The Cotswold may be taken as Orders from a dUUnce will receive careful and TOWNS ON it.it. MM,
the representative of the Long Wool prompt attention AND CEDAR: KEY.

,i t'p'e-the quite, identical Leicester-and being Lincolns nearly ns ,yet or, :SIIOP: -BAY ST., NEAR THE SHIP YARD. 0. L. EEN'E, _._ S

dec 7-tf Jacksonville, Fla.MACHINEWORKS. ,
y are little known. They arelarge,quiet Offers to Lessees and Purchasers
with heavy fleeces of long, loose --
sheep wool,,which do not protect the body INIUSTltItL Millinery Fancy and Dress Goods a large number of the most eligi-

... from rainund cold as welll\sl the!shorter! ble and desirable Lots, suitablefor

.- and closer fleeces of the two preceding Business Purposes, or for Cityor
breeds. In this latitude they seem only No 67 W. Bay St., cor. Laura Jacksonville, Fla., Suburban Residences, UPON
and the lambs arerather
moderately prolific
tender., From their size, they Has constantly stock a full line,of Goods embracing the ab,ivc heading, including a flue lite of ,
require rich pastures. The same! cause, F. R. POND, Proprietor. ,;: : >: Liberal Discounts on Values allowed -

however, makes them excel tho other .,' ZtiFHYRS to parties engaged in manu-
breeds in yield pr liead. Shop situated S minutes walk went of Depot, WORSTED facturing or industrial enterprises,
If tho beginner is on railroad or
who will erect on the property
within reach of a city,he will Hud early JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Zphyr Worsteds selling: at 12 cts. per oz., chased substantial pur-
lambs very profitable. Otherwise, be improvementsfor
will pro ably.turn his attention chiefly OF dee T-tf And all\ other goods at corresponding prices. Orders promptly attended to. residence, or in which to con-
to wool. In either case, it wouid be injudicious -JITANUFACTUREU duct their business.INDUCEMENTS.
...r begin with. Let hun select good, large
native ewes, well covered with wool. IKON FIIOXTH AND FENCES &V ia&J lID N lfi'l( ) by exemption
Above all; they must bo young. An For Dwellings and Cemeteries of latent designs. term of years from taxation, offered --
old sheep is dear at any price. Then 1.\, by the several cities and

for every forty ewes, let him buy a I also hate the larpest i aatortmeut of M\CII1SKRYPATiERtH Tropical anl Soml-Tropical Fruit Trees, Hoses, Deciduous: an4 ETergrrcen towns. Apply to
male of the breed that a II'I' I lie Stat"and can fill ml..t any or-
thorough-bred ier without parties paying for the extra expense of .t.... "\- GEO. D. GILCHRIST,
circumstancestells and Plants.
consideration of all the patterns.My Shrubs Plovcrinsr 'oA
him would bo best: suited to his :Machine Shop | 'urDlshpd with the'latest Agent.e' .

wants.; ,If he goes into the scale largo turn Improved out worn tU,with which the enables tjrt-atest my dl8l workmvn itch,and to at NEW AND CHOICE 'VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE Office Railroad Building,
enough to need several males it- mightbe tile lowest cash price. Fernandina. 16-tf
them of two different Agent fir the WATERTOWX STEAM FNOISE
well to get
CO..and can ruruiah their E.XCIINES.: BOILEUn
strains-the strains best adapted to his: and hiAW-Mll.lg .t shirt notice TRITZEWOLLlRrJacksonville
conditions and requirements-this will Also. JUI)-OVM OKLKBtHTEn: 8TKAM HOYERNORH -
be for crossing. coni tautly i n i>au>l. and a Id at Manufacturers' J8 Sendvfor Descriptive Catalogue.
Mr. Brown urges that in buying tho prices,freight idled Fla
; 'males'for our flock we should take no .For further iulormatfoo, Price I Li'..('a'al"g-ea.l ALBERT I. BIDWKLL,

inferior animals: no matter if thc are elo.p,O.'drl'a.l ox.303:, l.cbo F R ivllle KIND., )'la.Garrett 1-t1 Jacksonville Fla. Black Silk, 90 c., warranted all
"merely for crossing with scrubs;" and silk. .j

we should( never, under any condition, & Barnes The best 1.00 silk in the U. S. *
use a grade or cross-bred male. A Summer silks at 50c. GOc. best
but his ; ;
may be very handsome, I EDW. W. STETSON
Iambs back the 70 cts.Matting.
are as likely to breed to OU W. Buy SI., ,
native as to the thorough bred type. at 14c.; fancy at 25c.
In using cross-bred male, you sacrifice 500 bue: Flannel Suits $6 to $12.
that" prepotency of blood which Jacksonville, Florida \YtiolesahIe\ and Retail Dealer in Money refunded if not satisfac-
enables' the thorough-bred to stamp
Almost all its characteristics tho first Sign of the Goldtn Stove tory. 2Uf

cross from'a mongrel.In -1U'RNIPtrn' E
buying males, choose yearlings or COHEN BROTHERSPOPULAR
two-year old Male lambs should not) HARDWARE
be used for breeding. There is: but one .-

safe mode of buying-namely, apply' to Mattings Mattresses Feathers ((l
a reliable breeder, tell him what you DOORS SASH, BLINDS, .
want and leave the selection to him.
noted breeders are reliable, b)'. Oils.
Not all Paints Lubricating
the-bye. As for pedlens," avoid them Comfortables, Door Mats, Children's -

and their thorough-bred sheep." DRY GOODS STORE
Begin with a small Hock,well-selected RED: 0 SAFETY! OIL A SPECIALTY. Moldings, Picture Frames,
and take good care of them. Fifty
choice native: ewes, well.fed" will give Mosquito Nets &c.
'wool and raise lambs of more 8PKCUL AOIMTS redMARVIN'R 41 A 43 Bay,Street,
Slue than double the number of aver- MlBVlN'S ALARM MONEY DRAWER.Priow ,
animals, badly aired for ( $1 BO). WINDOW SHADES AND SHADS FIXTURES ,MOSS.
A North Caroli-
CHUFAS FOR writes to the harmer and Htovox, Tin>t> Wuro.ty *'
oat farmer 1 "I planted last '- 'McOonihe's Block, Jacksonville, ''Fla.HI .
as follows Tin Uooflng and Battering by skilled workmen .
spring two" gallons of Spauish chufti ou ,at low rates 2J-U 'l'On

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