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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
December 20, 1879
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
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>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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t STATE XEWS. in disorder, scattering his tools and VVmtEXT "()TI'i. GEXElt.IL IXTKLLIOEXCE. panics affected by this resolution aro t

, ; mntf'rilnil over the store.- Jacksonville t the A 111"1111Floridl1, Pensacola &
DUVAL county scrip is worth So cents. ; t'nion.MR. THERE: is prospect that the Washington CHICAGO pork packers have struck. Georgia, and Florida, Atlantic, & Gulf f

Monument will be completedby THE: 1illitI1l' At'lHlcmy"ppropl'in. Central.IN .
THERE nre 180 convicts at the camp :MATIIKRSOX; of Spruce Creek ) 4'
was carried out of the Inlet among the 1S tTIIIm lion Bill ha passed the House.GIN. the Senate petition presented
near Live Oak.JACKSONVILLE. breakers one night last week. lIe was : W :M. )J.lmnhal'l: been elected by Mr.( Voorhees, of Indiana, from 7,000)
has hail Pinafore ,this crossing tht Inlet with two boats: on : -: arc twelve men now confined Senator: from Virginia to t'lH't'l't.1'CIII l : \- i>x-soldiers and sailors' pratvi mug to bo

week. his ) p the Halifax: ; the night was in the Tombs awaiting trial for murders :or Withers!", whose lime expires March( ", paid in greenbacks the dill'erence between ; .
foggy, oral the water running out very committed in New York city.A 1881. tho value of greenbacks in whichthey
TIIK Ocala people are very hopeful t were paid for their services to thin
rapid: taking his boats out among in California tired of matrimonial TDK British Pailiamenthas: been fur-
man: and the value of
of the future of that phice. breakers where they were overturned. her prorogued till February next, Government gold at
JACKSONVILLE has another of He saved himself bv; tying painter: life wrote a note stating\ that ht vvlien u will meet for the dispatch ol the time of payment. SenatortVoor-
: spasm around his body, and the waves: washed committed suicide and fled Hi- I business.: bees! also introduced a resolution for
St. John's bar improvement I tho appointment\ of n commission to
him and his boats; ashore.Xcw SmyrnaStar. I1ftCl'wlt.lrc'ugni7.tt1 in another
was .1stettuerdrtaimug:\ : : 18 feet :ft inches tho exodus from
t MR. CODRINGTON, it is said, is shortlyto town by an a acquaintance.( sailed from Charleston Tuesday: with investigate North Carolina to negro Indiana, An amendment 4': ij
Palatka. JOHN N. STOKES and J. Wallace, colored The vessel and the
start a paper at otton. : cargo} were tender )
It silence' really is golden there certainly to Bayard's legal resolution -
THE average attendance of scholars: politicians of Leon county, have isn't much greenback business largest (that ever left that port was introduced )Ir. Butler, of

in the Duval school is SIN). i issued nn address "to the people of ADDISON, N. Y. had a $tnnoOO lire :South CIrolillpl'O'ithng: that from
county Titnif.A .
U. S, of America" setting forth their in Congress, now'-1'/aaltulclphia' .the other dav. The business portionriarkesvillo and alter January 1st, 188T, United '
A colored man died from the effectsof grievances of low wages and short barrel of oranges marked Mis.( : \0\\11. bus been burned involving States Treasury notes shall be receivable "

exposure near Pensacola last week. ration! and announce their intentionsto Lucy Hayes, Executive Mansion, a loss: of $10.000.) ( fur all I I dues to tho United States "I

first emigrate to the \Vestern States. TIm canvass in Maine has been at except) duties on imports, but shall not \
TilE National Bank at Jacksonville Washington, I). C., passed: through
This announcement will start a cold last completed. Tho House will stand otherwise be legal 1 (tender. ,T'
is erecting a\huilding on Bay street.A Jacksonville! Momidn( )". ill 78 Fusionists and 111'vacancies 10thsays < )
the l
sweat on the people of the whole :State:: Republicans, A Washington dispatch: of f{ .
Calcium light will illuminate the \'hn.l\t first may! :, not realize that even, IT seems to be virtually settled that ; the Senate 120 Fusionists t: : i conc't

State Fair building at Jacksonville.GAMDLixa if this threat is tarried out the world Cameron will be Chairman: of the :and Republicans.\ mittee c
will probably struggle on for a while National committee and THE Court House at St. .J'ml'ort upon thc bill introduced by )Ir. 1)1l1'I'a '
and games of chance will longer. Joli, Quebec, was hornedVednesdty, dock at tho extra session of Congress: i..,
he quarantined. from the next State that the next National: Coinention Three persons were binned to death providing for the payment of what is
So idea of the vast fruitproll1cin ,
Fair. MI: be held, <<1 in Chicago mit' time during): and l two injured. The Allvena: (Pa.) commonly known as tho T per cent ::1 I
that qualities of South Florida: can be obtained the latter part of 'May or the 1st ol Hrewcry has! been destroyed by lire claims of tho various States, including; 1

A tiger ; measured ten feet from from this item : On Friday<< last June. WHILE ?In. PAYNK, the rector of the Arkansas: : Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi ( )

tip to tip was killed in St. Johns county, Capt. A Miranda: of Point Pinellnr, littemlly New Reformed F/piscopal: Church, inNew ) and Florida, whoso enabling nets ,
THE oldest lnsonicrelic\ in the world ot admission into the Union contained
recently. covered<< the table of the editorof York was preaching on Sunday, "
THE Keno men in Jacksonville have the Tampa Tribune \th\i\ an assorted was sold<<1 for $173, in Toronto, Canada, suddenly<< fell I tiehind his pulpit, prostrated a stipulation for tho payment to them'of :
t is the Masonic with heart disease.A o per centum on sales by tho ,
his It
display: of fruits }grown on place on the other day. certificate I
been indicted by the Circuit Court United States of public lands within
: the Point, consisting of citrons, grape of Souter .Johnny, of Burns'! Catholic priowt named J>t\'lc'nI1l1 boundaries. The executive departments '"
Grand Jury.GorERNUA. of seedling !
i fruit-several specimens each "Tarn O'Shanter, and )vas issued by St.1..JRn1'S' :oa young man named Monaghan( were of the Government havo ,. 1
ifJ ,' DREW is olio of the Vice !grafted sweet oranges, three varieties drowned near Athens: Sunday ninht.A .
held that this intended !
in Pinned to stipulation was
of oflargebeautiful Lodge, Ayr, 17UO. \
Presidents the American lemons ) negro boy was; drowned by falling: :
{ : of Agricultural to apply only to cash sales. Tho States '
c :
limes, and<<1 :some\ superiorguavas. the cornerof the diploma( i is a lock of into a pit in ft brick 'lIrtlllt'llI"b '. it in i
contend that equally applicable to
Society.THE ; > Besides these fruits, the Captain Mary's hair
Highland has been received bSecretary
I' '' A telegram ,\ lands: located under the various classesof
rainfall at Key West in three l presented> the editor with some Srhurz to the oiled that the and land "
delicious citron mndo by his TILDKN: and Vanderbilt are not the military scrip warrants, \ Ifs'4
:: 1 hours one. day last we'ck amounted to estimable lady. preserves only }pauPcr millionaires of the metropolis White River Utes i implicated in the issued by the United States from time m : 'tl!
six inches. massacre of Agent; Meeker and others to timo. Tho bill which was to-day ,
MK.( I!. J. WILT gave us several cigars : -that, is, not the only men ol are to bo surrendered ns soon ns: the agreeed to by the committee (and subsequently L ;I ,
THE New Smyrna Star estimates that during} the week that he manufactured colossal:' fortunes who 8W'l1r oil'" their' arrangements: made with the Indians reported to tho Senate,) ,

, 1,000,000 roe mullet will lie caught there from Cuba tobacco raised in this country personal! ., John Jacob Astor pay: ('11ho can led oi\t. adopted tho latter view, of the question:

. -, this year. I' by be himself; that in equalled market.any that Mr. tax on only $.'0XK) ( ) worth of pCl'sollll1llrop'rt ONE hundred immigrants left Gadslioro : and directs the Secretary of tho Treasury
can bought any Indiana tltlthil" the claims.
N. for to
'Fioi THE Polfttkn Herald thinks we had l lr. Wilt has been in this country only a )' ; August Belmont! doesn't pay'' one \ pay .
week. to
emigrants! appeared
Thp ):
.. better have a little less of t11is'pronais year or no, and raised a crop of this any ; ,James Gordon Bennett! un $li">,00i>, know nothing of the climate""of the
!4i!$ cuous nominating of candidates for tobacco working: last in season cigars.: : which Ho is he I fully, is now satisfied A. J. Drexel un $100.000; Joseph .\ country which they are going'' to, and Transfusion of blood, albeit now quito ,

Governor.THE i l that up Gadsden County: is so well Harper, sworn oil'" ;',Mrs. A. T. Stewart also\ to bo ignorant} as to what their\ a common medical operation, i is! always \

water mains are being laid and adapted to the culture of" the regular on $."00,000); Clarksou A. Potter, condition) will be in their new homes an interesting experiment. A San '1

: the built in Jacksonville. and pure .Cuba: tobacco that it can be ",wornoH1" ; Samuel Tildcn on $!WOW ,- ADVICES from Lima November 115: Francisco surgeon has recently had u l"
sewers state thnt Oe cr\lllrIII1iI\; 'kl'll t the in dealing with
.. singular experience
raised here with much ns :
, Foreign 'Tabor i is 'empto 'ctl to u considerable anywhere! in the world.ns lIe success would advise ; Win.M.1'ver'ts; on $itf,000) () ; Peter Chilian mutiny on 'the I'.Hh ult., at a e0loredpalients. An aged negro was t

, extent. every*farmer to raise:\ one or WOcres Cooper on $110,000( ); Cyrus W. Field, place called San Francisco, on the railway at the \point of death, and his life wan f

TllJ-feditor 'or"th St. Johns ,\ of Cu1uto111l'cn\ each year, ns'\he' 4's\vorn oil'" ; and Hugh J. Jewett on w'hkh.tretdltt5 inland from I ho saved by this operation, about eight t'
Jj'' W'etkly! :' price i is from twenty twenty-five cents $:l:0,0bo.) 1'isagua, and! that the allies were forcedto ounces of blood being taken from his bl
has ten invitations to dinner on Christ pound By inn: easing the amount) retire demorailizedw'ith a heavy los:*. tvii' 's arum Soon after tho operationthe f

Inns Ten. persons that want ,to see and per quality will li.ivc u tendency to '1'miElist of articles!, accumulated\ in Before abandoning Iquiquu the allies patient was enabled to take eomo (t

their- j.{hames i -1 in print.* induce a lLrgclumlel': of buyers, and .. the tI1tlcttcr! oUico nnd to bo sold nt burned! the town and blew up. the fortifications brandy and milk in tho tiniest doses, .oJ

thereby increase: the price.-Quinfy! auction includes about ns heterogeneous !. w and ho soon began to mend, and in '
BISHOP MOORE is not to remove to of Limo three weeks was quite well again. But
Star THE cotton report Department:
Jacksonville, but will remain in St. As an instance of what can be accomplished a collection ns it is possible to of 'Agriculture at Washington states the sequel was the strangest part of tho

Augustine,where handsome", residence by an energetic! tiller of the imagine. Among the articles so carelessly that( the returns substantially:! confirm ullil r. As soon as tho husband had '
mailed that no clue can be discovered the of the month TIll recoveredsullicientlytowalk about tho
report !!
him-next the I Foil this mention previous.
is. to it be .erected for to in county, wi may ,
'ff J:, Ctlth ml. for example, Mr. 0, \\'. Sowell, who to their ownership are gold corn crop returns show that Limo crop house tho woman wns taken sick, and
"( 'r" came hero from Georgia in 18<>8. He watches, chains, ringsand!: jewelry of will be larger than in any previous year finally: tho snmo doctor was, called
"THERE are I hundreds of aged persons and cleared forty acres of by l.:'>0,0 !purchased almost: all kinds ; every description of said her appetite was bad she could
of Mi \lIi river : ;
!*\ ic8ippi'
in this the KeyVet land and get out 2 oo)
I city, says young orange
trees. During the lime his trees wernppronl'hill wearing! apparel, froni men's uveraalistobabies'socks return over 100,000) ( bushels more than not sleep' and her illness was troubling
Key, who never l afl'O t or tlnunnd her so lint she could do nothing butlounge
maturity ho raised ; books and pictures by In 1878.!:! :
who believe ice is manufactured: crops about the house and neglect her
more than sutiicient lo cover all ordinary the thousand, musical! instruments! (SEN. GRANT was received in Philadel .
North .somewhere.'ExSenntor"Con6ve"r. living and farm expensesaud .this phiTUl'flIIL >with tho most demonstrative work. The dodor left her, first, proscribing
= I clocks, bed quilts, hutl'.ilo robes, pistol! ) u tonic nnd directing her to
f" : has told n reporter year, will gather upwards of 0,000 I knives" tin in the
and should next there weru'tO,000: )
orange year prove persons
I' that'Flb'ridft will elect Republi i of almost all descriptions (includingiron dismissed the case froni'his' mind, supposing
favorable for the orange crop, ho expects line of (procertsion, including military '
\ had recovered under
that she
+r taut- electors ,next year, because the to gather more than double that I castings for machinery), pcrfumo- force ot about 7,0X( > nnd an equal number his prescription. A few days I he,,
I Democrats are divided on local issues quantity. This is not an exceptionalcase. tobacco and'eigars cheese (not excepting from the Grand army ot the Republic. ago
ry; WHit again called to visit the woman,
Others have done equally swell At night the was brilliantly
in city
nearly'every county.
: the Limberger variety), and who received him mysterious man
but in conversation with Mr. IlIm lllltel1. His arrival in Philadelphia
Twos' colored men of Tallahassee Sowell, his success was called particularly almost all other sorts of ordinary shop completed his Journey around the ner. Her form had grown thinller'at
his last visit and he also remarked
loved the same dark damsel. They to our at.tention.SAufJuslillt'. : merchandise, beside miscellaneous world.A lu'e ,
the distressed expression of her faco.
\ fought., One had an 'Ann broken and free articles''',Jess .susceptible. of clas.ijlic.a- communication has been receivedin She: took him aside, and whispered to

lit the,other\was badly cut. It isn't stated A CHICKEN STORY.- Forest and Stream tion, which range from artificial teeth 1Vashiugtonshowing disposition' him that she could not rest day or

whether the question in dispute has has standing offer of 1hig fishhook and faille hair toustulVd birds and geological mndu of W timber (IlSl' in Alabama, night, and that she had found the reason .

been settled to the teller of the best fish story.If specimens.' in which legal proceedings had! been why, "I tell you, doctor, it's that '.
instituted in the United States Circuit
blood of mine the old man is carrying
ciTY Tax Collector, R. J. Edmund- editor Pratt has not established a -JUDGE HAMMOND, of the United States: Court for the Middle District of Ala.bama. about inside of him ; unci, doctor, when t

eon;'against whom an indictment'' WAS fair lien upon that hook wo shall always Circuit Court, at Memphis; recently In two canes thero were mis. tho old man comes !back I want you I Ito
found by the last Grand Jury for em.bezdement believe that he was ruled out trials; and five there were verdicts of give me my blood back." The doc-
and( who lied had a novel case before him. J. C. not guilty 111: were compromised 8 i
of city 1nu>ro technicality. See the ; ; tor seeing: that the woman would not
from the State to avoid the clutches of upon : Birmingham, of Lmulerdale county, were dismissed ; 120 were continued ; tit bo appeased unless ho complied with

of the law, WAS brought' back home onyesterday's following: Tcnn., had been indicted for unlawfully 3'J the defendants plead guilty, and her request, promised to ,return the j
evening train by a deputy On the orange grove: of Colonel St. holding two colored girls in slavery.It sentence was suspended, and in G bail) next day, first informing her of tho

Sheriff.t ( :-1'tnsacoUi Advance. George Rogers: near Ocala, a short that Birmingham refused to in the sum of $8,000 each was given.: dangers of the operation'and that ilL .
time ago therefIt" an aged hen setting seems THE following resolution has J been was resorted to only in' the most ur a agent i
,0V all places in the, world' says the on a half dozen C;:;:". .\I! was her usu recognize the abolition of slavery, and introduced in the Senate"That; the cases She would hear of no .

Savannah '(u-s, Florida must certainly"excel'n nl habit, bhe came Off for dinner "oue' ever since the war has claimed to own continuance the existing volume of explanations but demanded \Jhltho\ '

delightful resorts, for scarcely a day, and on, returning found that'llrge a the girls because he owned their mother. United States Treasury notes, with their operation bo .gone;: through with. It t
before chicken snake had invaded her legal tender preserved, and the maintenance \ done the next day the
week passes but some one, unknown The conduct of Birmingham excited was accordingly ,
sacred domain and swallowed three of 'I their. equivalency of the doctor taking !from the man about half
is discovered by the'' tourist,' and unfortunately for ,him, had the indignation of hU neighbor,
s eggs, value with (coin is demanded by the un ounce of .blood and transferring it
and 'mentionhi' in ,our exchanges by not retired. She immediately fell,,upon: and at their instigation the United present necessities of trade, commerce into the wornans veins. After the

newspaper correspondents.IN him with unbounded fury, pecking-. States Grand Jury recently found an indictment and illdl1lltr)', 'I\nd that the full restoration operation, the woman lrhhtclll'd'up f
clawing and fluttering around the surprised of silver coinage to equal with gold, perceptibly saying, I'll bo all right
Court in tho' Hammond ,
the U, S. Supreme until he started for agaitul, .him. Judge "
"tarpint" "
.1. ii! necessary to secure to the l people of now, doctor. And that the operation
case"of'the Western' North CarolinaRailroad'Company the woods. The hen followed, keepingup quashed the indictment, holding ttie United State, a sufficient and permanent did prove a IUl'CCI.11' fully ,demonstrated

vs. George F.. Drew,' the, contest! while the snake coiled that the Act of Congress, which says supply of money to maintain by tho sick woman, who be an

Governor, etc; the' court granted the I and struck at her rr-Mtetlly.| After that,every person who kidnaps or car. our national prosperity work a few !hours afterward declaring
her foe she went
: having"anquihl'tI "wonderul
of Mr. Stewart to ,vacate the lien other with intent IN the Senate Mr. Morgan that the "dodor was man,
r.. motion back to her nest and, in due course of away any person Wednesday ,
and lhlsho'd her blood
, order of dismissal and for leave to reinstate time, hatched out the three remainingeggs. that such other person be sold into involuntary introduced a j j7int resolution providing back now again .ho was'got all right.own"

the case, giving, the petitioners, About this time hand employed servitude or held as a slave, been granted hlall by public Congress land. which to certain have ..-
until; the :in February1 to' on the grove had occasion to go shall be punished by tine and imprisonment
first Monday over the ground on which the fight designated railroad companies, to aid! WHEN Ellen: Tree, afterward Mrs.
k file a proper bond of indemnity. had' 'occurred and while passing a could not apply to any one holding .' in the construction of their respectivelines Charles Kean, was visiting Francosome s

SUNDAY morning two of D. Green. scrub he heard the chirp chirp, chirp or pretending to'hold in slavery in of rnilrnl\Cl,and which have no1lt'fU years ago, one o( the customhouse '

" leaf's monkeys got put pf the cage inthestoreand of young chickens, and, on looking this country because of slavery having earned by said railroad companies officers was proceeding to examine a
had a time with the around cloudy, he discovered three been abolished. There could be no through a proper fulfillment of the conditions her trunk for contraband goods

therein hurling guy pieces of jewelry young chicks, and laying dead near by laves here, and therefore no oue could of the respective grants shall "Contraband good!I" exclaimed a by
goods and scattering from he discovered n large chichen snake be held At slave.. This?: the jedge<< : said, be declared forfeited .to the United stander Who ever head of contra
about the, They destroyed over with a hale pecked through him. The U an offense not provided for by ,any States., and shall be restored to the public ( band good in the trunk of a tree?" I''

$100 shelf worth tu .of, jewelry, ,perfumery, tc. young chickens had hatched out in act of Congress and not punishable by domain! and be thrown'open to settlement Of course the Juke was lost on the
They took possession of the tools at the snake and then pee ed'awayuntJthey : indictment in the' Federal court,' The within ninety day after the }'rcnchn1anLu Miss. Tree laughed

Mr.Cr ebl"* bench and loon put things were'free from their dead prison defendant was discharged. passage of this act. Among the comz" till she cried..



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FLORIDA--- -l-{-- though very confident! newspaper; 6or- Ituntsvitle, Ala., to the mill/* After it SANBORN & HOYT, I 7A. B. N OY ES,
respondents have rcpc'lcdty-c1i@placeIJ,, was spun;:into yarn it was again$ hauledto .", ., .' i I *
.. and exchanged t
ILonisville '
SATURDAY', DECEMBER HO, 1879. him .and. given hie high,;office to one goods, {which were conveyed in wagons Grocer and Ship Chandler,

--.-- .- -- ---- or another among his rivals, he is to the spot where the cotton grew. DEALER: IN

TIlE COLORADO SOLUTION Ol' still Chancellor\ .of the Russian )':mpir(,',, ---- --....- ,
TIIl ISniAX QUJ;SI'ION: and it docs not appear that his foreign MALLORY'SFlORIDA PROVISIONS!; LIQUORS$, ETC.

j One attempt at settling the Uto dillieulty policy has undergone any changes SHIP CHANDLERS, ,

\ as (brought forward; \ in Congress: Hit great German' rival, Uismarck, isreported St'EAMSI11P LINES LUMJ3EU AND NAVAL STORES Agent fox :E. F.: AVERT &; CO'S Flows.CEN.TUK .,,

last week, might he called the Colorado ns having recovered from ....k'

method of dealing with the Indian what ha. \been called diplomatic sick. Provisions 1 Groceries !STREET, 'iJ.

question. It is i simple"and conclusive\ ,, newt, and having obtained by this temporary 52-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.... .
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. **-AT BOTTOM I'niC'EN.-i. --- ----- -'- --
and of accomplishment, if backed withdrawal what he desired
..e -- F11IEN1/;
a.a &t
A1 ( '
l by a indent military force.<< It fro in tho Emperor: has once more /... .- In Store, and to arrive by Steamer and: Sail:

obviously lacks sonic qualities of ju! emerged\ from, his seclusion: and 1 eeenn 200 littles Good Hay| Bakers ami i Confectioners
tico and equity and humanity ; but to be carrying out with tho old vigorhis 1OOOOO Yard Brick; ,
\1 ..... too Cask Mine;
what are those in comparison with the various projects, old and new, us :f: r: too Kegs Nails; CHOICE GROCERIES,

interests bottlers, where thoses'U\t.l'l'I\ regards:; protection of German industries TIIK FINK STEAMEUS! too Barrels KEROSENE OIL, 110 fireproof '
12 ct!. Hr gallon on board train CIGARS AND ,
side |
are white men) and on the alliance with Austria, repressionof

l now oltupying lands which white men R. C. Church, purchase of all the WESTERN TEXAS: A, large Hardware Mock, of Dry Groceries Goods, Provisions Furniture, Crockery Doors., TOYS: AND FANCY. ARTICLES.

want and mean to have, arc only men lending: Prussian railways by the government CITY OF (AUSTIN, lilindfl. Maidi, 1'aiiita, Oils and \'lIrI111111 find l
of a tawney hue or coppery complexion and increase of appropriations CITY OF :DALLAS. i rXTIlKMIILY LOW FOR ( .\SJ1. PICNICS furnished At the shortest notice, at

I ? Guilty of such skin, why should for the support of the vast military AHTKAMEItOFTIIIS: LINK will leave Fer- Send orders once, or call and examine before liuCKlMMTOM' 1 1M1CEat/ (:

when white men arrive establishment of Orrmun '. tier New York ; and purchasing elsewhere
not they t1WI'fOn
) nAICE1t: ,
from New York, Tier 20 Hurt Jtlvcr,every Friday AN G 13 IS: H
in their neighborhood, equippedwith In RllfJllllHl'hil tho Tories appear for Florida ut 3 p. in. SANBORN & HOYT,
Tills 1.1 lit'.having no trntvifrrn! to make lictweenJiifkMomllle ,Cl1It M", Fcrna ,clina. Centre Street, opp. Post-Office.
hoes and ploughs and pickaxes, be i before .. ---- -.--- -- .
: to losing ground tho.people. and New York oilers! the brit and --- -- _.. -- -- ----- -

all prepared to "improve the land," or"to as indicated I il)' tome recent municipiil ('heaWst Oranges) iraitftportatiou will receive special to Florida care shippers in han<"lliiiK.INiNNvngcr ,. G. F. AVERY* II. E. DOTTERER

dig into it for gold ?" In these few elections! and by the language:; of Accommodation are ,

words, wo have} sufficiently described\ the puhliu, prebsthe! confident tone" ol .PIItST.JL.A.SS. Fei, .inncliiia, Flu.,

Senator Hill's method of solving the Lord lieaconstield and his friends does The traveling pubIP] lire offered the! advantage i

Indian question. The main thought not in the leant abate; there is no purpo. nttt.llKKCTLlXK' made at, WITHOUT Jacksonville ANV with VHAbUhX.t'onncctioiiM all Hteam-. Livery & Boarding StobIe.C.uuuuus DEALER INF

which he introduced Parliament boat lot all mints the Kt.-Jolm'M, Ucklawuha)
of the mild resolution . mid Indian Hh'crl.lIm) with the Transit llailroudnt and \.uoxs
: JiJFamil
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into the Senate of the Ullitt.d8tltl'8 ;; and of course until a new election Feriiandina for all railroad l tttationa In Florida., .
and from Steamers and I Train
w, is to get possession of the i is ordered, the Liheials can cherish Freight and Passenger Rates Lower.

t \' Colorado, tho Indians are to be invited but little hope of seeing such 4; I: than:by Indirect: Lines. CONTRACTS Foil 1IAULINC1, KTC. )' Gl'Ocrrics[ all PfUIS1OIISS 1-.

*: to "move on." In tho Indian change on the part of members of Parliament I FOR HALF
*Through Hates and Hilln of lading to all
Territory, the same solution of dilficul- ns shall throw the government! ]M>lntn.tfSteamers. HOUSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS, CuMomrrs can rely upon getting Choice' Goods, ai

( ties is suggested, .so that the formalityof t into the hands of those who denounce, to'NASSAU'h.1'of thin Line., sail under direct eontrart from with Fernandiim CARTS AND WAGON: nothing but the

appointing commissions and enter and have been busily .denouncing, the Uuhanias Government, and are the only uteanicm HIl\M.S
that land ut the pier in Nafwaii.K. 4e TlatllJh4: CAWII.'U" FINEST
ing into negotiations with Indian tribes without stint or limit, the entire foreign W.. tiOUTHWK'K, Agent,
\ *.r .,ulln \. _I"Office and Stable-First Street, near Uroom
f :. really appears to be superfluous. It 5 is :; policy and all the leading acts of C. H; MAIAOIlY k CO., Street. .Wharf... .- -.- -4'J-tf--- ---- ---- are-- fc-pt In stock. ----
.. J'lerlO: Kurt River, New York 2 If --
. ,
true, they might bettreated as citizens, the present administration. 1 O. S. Oakes NAN AIJ COLL1 GE
given tho rights of citizens and then Sedition in Ireland.-Three of the Irish '

r i held to the responsibilities connected! Si River PacKct. FOR YOUNG LADIES,
, leaders hUH'n i ms are not very clearly Mary's 8
I wi.h the bestowal of such rights : is it ATFeriiandina
'f" deiined-bavc( been arrested,after examination CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Florida.ATIIOWOTI .

:. I too late to ask for a trial of this method before n magistrate, on chargesof )
of solving the- Indian question ? exciting to sedition. They have. been\ --: ""'- ;/ ,,1 Manufactures "*I.NHI.HH:In i'.vINTINi. and DHAWINO PPK-:, '

admitted bail, and it is ,
I to by no means Ciroulars.addrei's KEY J II MYEPP:,
,}f'OllEIGN NOTES. ::;:."J'- ED 1UI.OS1EKK' NF.'VkLS, STAiR RAILS, For .
'., .. certain that tho government intends to "'UOOVn.OUUIH SllEATH- .c-'.._-'- .. ..Fernandlua. a -- .Ha.cnosiiEi -,

,: .,' ,. f Changes of Administration in sonic,. Kuropean'Nations. proceed to trial. Meantime, troops are Mtr.,, FLORA', ISO, WEATHKKUDVRUINa FLOORING. AND II ':, *

i e .-In Spain, A new'min stationed at various points, garrisons in CAtT. JOE SMITH, Makes :
r NTAIIl AND : ,
I istry under tho presidency of Senor:; lrehnllarequietly reinforcedand large Wll Icavr'Fcri'anillnae'very MONO Y and THURSDAY \

Canovas is fully'established in )power, numbers of,the police-with a 'militaryforce at 8 a. m. from UUNlBU: 81'HEIH'.DOCK for A SPECIALTY. Fourth St., tst. Centre and Alactfaa: ,
though c encountering serious:! difficulties I. conveniently near to back them, Trailer.( 11111 DOORS AND WINDOW UIES : ALL SIZES. FERNANDINA,. FL'. '
PostOfllco Box 174 l'erlllllld1l'1,1'1a. Guns marie to order Ours and PMnl l* bought,
( ', at the'er)', outset. The gl''lItI if need be-arc in attendance upon nil Jan 4 sol lit cxcLatiK1. Work/ III Iron or,br..... done at
of slaves in Cuba the "monster" meetings which 'aro and ill Intermediate landings on tile St. Mary's the lowest prl e.'. I orlcs repaired and keys' fitted.
t: measure emancipating/ River :FOK )I.: T. All orders promptly attended to.i .
I and pacifying tho island, it is not called together by the agitators. Work not called for in thirty' .days, will., .be sold for
Through Hills' of, Lading AJ XICE ROOMS for rent low in rep.lra._ i-tf
(,I\Sto effect in manner satisfactoryto German Attempts to Settle, in l Southern SEVEn MART, corner of Centre and Third

U 'the various.interests, involved'and; .ifricu-A German Consul in 'Af{ ('n is FROM NESS YORK by the ndflFnTS LINE,-*h of 'Streeta.,Also\ the second<<1 tttory above Mesurg.L'I"Sydell iDro. GOOD, FINE LAUNDRY.SOAP
all the ijt '
8 rKAMtll:; to point on Mary's
t'; wounded the first .,corner Ash and Third Streets.Apply
Spanish pride was alarmed lest: tho' British get possessionof >! to r -.T THE- ,

i 1. day ,of the appearance) of the new ministry nU Africa, and it i is. 'true that their. Close Counec'lltsiimerle ; POWNEY,
..32-t. ._ In lie_City. Mart.. .. .
1{ on tho floor of 'the national legislature colonies on tho west coast and on ,tho with the'New York and t-avanunh" Lteamers -- -- Florida Soap Factory
Mark all u iuds," 1are of steamer Mayflower FertiauJiu T17"M. H. C. IJUIIYEE, .
what seemed discourteousconduct in
by east, and their recent conquests *."

toward tho constitutional par* South Africa have a formidable t JACKSOXVILE, FLA.
GOOD ACCOM: MOD\TIONS Pu"eulll'tI. ExCl1relolll. General Commission Merchant,
,. ty on tho part of the new leader, who appearance to those who are covetous ... and Tourists will And t'ds a very attr f
.. tive as tile'tvUfry In grand anJ alligator I
postponed until the1'next day a replytp If African land or gold. This gentleman and other game and kbundant:: "' Centre at., near R. U. Dop-t, '
For turlhe IUI(3w.tia4 ap;.'lj' to Itoau Tallow Wax, Skins, Furs,
certain inquiries addressed to him ) earnestly ,recommends that hio'el'nl1lelltwhfch H J. UII.LINCH. FEUNAXDINA, FLA.

in the Chamber,i giving as his reason now seems: to bo --:25-tf-- -- .- Feri- -->-4iidiua.- Fla. HAY: COW, OATS. Sugar, Syrup and Orange**", .

for delay tho on .,the day, (when his seeking out l ports and allies in,all l parts' X9* Tn ,. u -- Taken la exchange. For Price List, etc.. address:

policy was called in 'question;) it was of the world-should establish a col- TITUS. ANNE CLARKS, "SOAP FACTORy" ..

necessary for, him to meet another ony on the southeastern coast of Africa A. W. .LOHMANN'SFAMOUS "
P.O. Box 089, ((10-3ffi) Jacksonville,Fla.
I branch of the government. The ques just above the lands claimed by the Dealer In the chole. tFruItVeetableCor i

tion of etiquette, it>is hoped, need not )English, and 'at a point conveniently MONCRIEF HOUSE

". lead to. another change of ministry' accessible for' any refugees who wishto I PREPARED FLOUR
in Spain.; A more Juiportant 'matter run. away'from! tho British possessions : &:o. &0", LT 1IHS. BUFFI1TQT01T,

I I is the. fact that last week, during Third Street between rentro and Alachua Streets, CORNER OF PINE AND FORSVTH STREETS,

a stormyi debate in the Spanish Jiisiiuirck in Favor of Disarmament.L'rinco .- ONLY FIVE CENTS. PER POUND _. Ftrnsndiua J I.... __7-tf JACKSONVILLE, FL' 1;. '

I .' f Senate, shouts, ofi'"Long live the Jiepnb- Bismarck i has'written an astute .. "

lie," :were raised, in the galleries, and letter urged t'ome'iows to a Roman in recent Senator,pamphlet who had Centre Street Millinery TERMS $1.50 and $2.00 PER DAY,
i f. this demonstration led the governmentto favorable to a reduction of the military\ EDDAUGIIlIa i According to location of Rooms I
lUllS. I' A.
'4 take military precautions in Madrid, forces now maintained by European1 Presents ''is
I Christmas constantly: on hard a line selection of the mills WELL-KNOWN HOUSE CEN-
.: and exclude' the public from the ses- nations., Apparently, ho desire\ to bethought newest styles in UKli-S AND SIIAI'E FIAT, __ tmlly! located and having been renovated
1 andphilanthropicmovement throughout will be kept MM a tirel-clas house.
tho friend' .of good
every and Children RlU uNLACES
MUscs :\
sion on the following day. fur Ladies ; The Proprietress having bad, experience both
tie now de. moil C.. Ey] RXIIODX.11II0M aha tints': and
< AND FLOWERS ( North and South,will spare no pains for the com-
.In France, Lo Royer, tho Minister of disarmament aid 'min.. fort of her in the house home.
dares thai; a partial << Ioys': hats' 01 first quality. Call ex jMitroiut. making
Justice, has resigned ; it'is' expectedthat tho only remedy for the prevailing our large l stock'of Furniture one can bars M. ;is agent ( .r the Domestic Perfect Fit.ting like ua any in the city ,33-tt-

Mr. Waddington, who is too conservative financial depression' and, for the tlul1't>r. _1J select valuable *nd> beautiful t'hri tnuiaI'refcent "FashionNo one hou d rail to try them Improved Property" for
fur ----
ot.1] or young., -
,' various
hugs endured by tho people
and cautious. a, statesman to I WILLIAM F. WOOD Jr. 'nleTU
I the radicals will be countries; bnt; first of all, the Great, Handsome Marble: Toj> Chamber Seta, }: subscriber offers for sale ten acres of land
be acceptable Powers must agree upon a strictly conservative AUUON. Levy County, Fbx., between Ar-
allowed to carry out his desire, fro. \ and\ pacific policy:-how and Black Walnut I'urlor Sets, Newsdealer,' Bookseller, Stationer, I redondo and Hrontton, on the Atlantic Gulf and
West India Transit Ituilruad. The land Is all well
t- quently expressed, of surrendering his when that may be. brought about, he Pretty.Gotta go Sets, DEALER IN FANCY ARTICLES improved, under good fence Mud baa a comfortable .
does not indicate ; he, doubtless, is the frame house. There are :50 peach tree*-the
post .as President of the'Council Elegant:I Easy Chairs, Yen-to I and<< the Honey Teach; f35 grape viner-
,head of the ndministraIv man of peace, but there are other pear, 312 Centre Street, jFEUSAXD A, FL!. Scuppernong and Concord; 73 orange tree 1 to 3years
., responsible,, selfish and Whatnots Hook Stands of and
pie| who are belligerent age; a large variety of valuable
tion-retaining his office! of Secretary : 8',elf Papers Picture Frames. Brackets Lamps, ornamental bhrubbery. _
.. CejUro,Tables. etc., etc. Croquet Sets Ilaud UIa...-., Comb, Bru.he- eto This property U in a healthy and fruitful sltua01 .
h of State for foreign attaint, it being A Ntww FOR COTTON GROw'E1ISThcru .- t'aprterics in great variety /!>>0. Sewing MachiiieNtwditi ( lI J1KOUUttXWJJK.. ,

;T admitted\ by'nil candid minda ,that he is a little cotton mill in Westminster 4-rWe iunt'| ft Loge amortmeut ot VERY Oil etc.CUPPER. INKSTANDS.. 7J Cents. 47-if---- __ _n, Mirror.............. office__-,-Fernuudina.._ _n,,Fh,

If, has ably represented Francq in negotiations Ga., which takes the'cotton 11AMKSUMK; ItOCKtUtN. (Tapestry Heats __T____ ._ n.-.. __ -- OT11EETV & nnOTlIEU,
carried from the pod on the plantation whereit and Backs), which make beautiful Cltrlo< llMPnntJI. j i !''ii111:ltll"" ''''. !'it11.h.NDER :.
M of great uifliculty, ont. grows and converts, it by simple} I FKBNASDINA. .
of execution !issued
at Berlin and Constantinople, and involving and inexpensive process into yarn. By t TI out of (and he Circuit by virtue Court ot an the Fourth Judicial Manufactnrer .and Dealer. in Cook and Parlor
; and peace for this transformation the cotton is increased Call and Examine ,Our Stock. Circuit( Florida, for Nassau County, on a
war _
.questions in value from three cents to judgment therein rendered ht the (all term of said Stoves
: all The journals of the day i Jiionx HOYT {'oun.I&l favor of the Hoard of l'ublio Instruction Heaters anges
; Europe. sA> ,
: I. seventeen cents a pound. This is: not of NOBMIU County, sad aicainct OlUt Ifalliuirs,adininutrutriz ,
.i Y" have been tilled with ,mere rumors of the only Rd'auce8 the cotton. if pomade ._6-2w_ 'Second- -Street- of the estate of Litany\ IhlliiiKa.decvuMHl > Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,. Roofing
and tlirecteil. I have levied
t. to uie upon
'> other changes in the French Ministry; into yarn, must be taxed for XOTICIi. anti, will utter fi>r sale to the highest bidder belore and Guttering... .
movements ginning, t'oml'r'ssing.JagginJ\ ;, tying, will the Court-Ilouite dour at Fernandnui. on the Bn4JloixUy .1Ju
sell all
but evidently no important AY.S from 'tilt.tMe I
of January 1** \bt.lng the fifth day of .
and other 'rnmTY t
take } while the weighing, storage, wharfage, &; ur other article that have been said monttO.within the K'Kul I"ou..oflllll"ol\ Iiooeived'a
of the kind can place The advantage left on hands for one year, for the charge .
transportation chArges. : my day the follow inic: dewribu.1' real estate,or all the '
Republicans, however divided among of the new process is eo apparentthat aguiuot thriu right title and intrrcKt of the wud estate of Liberty large "" >n i J. W. STARK
Billings deratMtl therein via t Lots 7, II and
themselves in'matters of detail, retain the cotton planters seriously propose Watchniaker.IVoemUr 0 iu lilock Xo. 31; Lots 1. 1 and H'in honk S3; TilE "Ct101L'S ,,JE'VEL,
in the Chamber to establish just such mills among 5,1119.Notlee -. .__ Iota Wand 12: in Block U; Lob a,.hodi: iu Block
t their present ascendency -- 27: lot 7. Block 77; Lots 3, 6. 7 and a iu Block 36; b Ippropriat&1 D&ID.d.1& II WILL
their plantations us a preparatory ttepto Debton nu l ('reditorN.AT \
: of DeputieOn any test or party)' '' tft Lot 1. Block 43; Lot 3. Block 12; Lots 1 and 5 in NOT be anderauld
the establishment of cotton cloth OT1CI U hereby oi -eti that on the 7th of Block Si: Lots 8. i.lg. -JO and 33.: Block ID; Lou 14y Corner id
and ASHE
; question they have a majority :of ut manufactories, to compete with thoseof J3l Seplenibvr, 18TV.! letters of admiitiittrationw \ a. 4,5: 6, Block 3(; Lou 4,5, Block 32; Lot. /, 2, 3. Bts.
grunted< to the under igiied and he wan duly 4..1, 6. 7., 10.11,12. 13, Ut!. 33.: si. Block No -
\ Iv :' least one hundred! over:nil Imperialists New England. This method is certainly qualified as administrator ot the hlate of CliaileaI Mall in the City of Fentaudma Nauwtu County Drs ARTHUR C. FonD,
great improvement over those lloyt,decvufcol.late Nassau county. Therefore State of .'Iori"or so much of said real estate am
i\::., and Royalists before ,all IXT _heir*,rrvditoni.and>> other having will be nvc Miary to satwry-aaid<< judgment. DEXTJST
r; In Jtusata the aged''' rrinceGorts'cha. thatprevailed fifty years ago, ehiiiu of any nature whatuevr tgcainat the Tenus own,purchaser sling for title*. "
\ the railroad el'1Then there was a estate of the drttvmeU. will prv.vut th Hu, dull FKTElt CONE bherifitFernandiua.
... '" koflf is again at the head of affairsnt mill of 400 spindles at Mill 8prin :j.Ky. authentioatrd.wittn Iwo )'eurr from the Nov. --29, 1579.-..---, -,--_____... Fourth erect, between (Centre
cuUuii of' or they will be barred' and and Alueliua Street
rcte burgh, having returned The planters that day would haul and I'ICIMJNG, In et and .
\. all |*roua Indebted to wad east are. .nq\l JOB every lAii at ,
i c (rout ,bU tour in Germany; and, al. their cotton from ae tar South; as t la make payment.. v ,the'oweti&rates,at the B.Ii 4s-tt FE8-4-D1NA. FLA,

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LOCAL 'REFLECTIONS.And WHY docs not the Jacksonville Pin The Middle Florida Fair. amino against the introduction of malignant ATLANTIC GULF & WEST INDIA f

afore-company1' Fernandina'' Your celf-elected correspondent, MR. MIRROR and contagious diseases! in paid
.- _- . _. arrived at llhaMce on Wednesday morning, that tho National TRANSIT, RAILROAD.
city or port : provided,
Cort'eApoutehrGr, They inny be certain! of a large house, and !trot out of the ear lull Into the hotel conch Board ol Health without delay

personshaving business with thh Rpt'r.will for everybody and his wife would visit with remarkable expedition from which latter proceed to establish a ,quarantine station TIMK O...VMI) NO. :1.; I

please direct to FI.ontoAhIlROR., Feniandina. 11. M, S. point he could' survey with serenity the "madding\ on Cumberland Island, Ua., :andto \ In clFcct June 15th. 1870.
crowd." There was such mixture of soldiers!
Notice to lieekeejters.llelicvlng DR. AIJOHN' in Jacksonville. As erect suitable: hospitals and provideall OOISO SOUTH.'
H citizens, senators, old ladies fair maidens, youiiK \
that necessary appliances and equipments ,dare! Ferinndlii. ,.,.lOSOsmArilve i
many of our suliscrihers are lovers babies and darkies such confined I
of the eminent punnist of tho ( iron ; a tlaiAor cl( for the thorough cleansing anddisinfecting h lUrt's ltoad.II 'IH a in
honey, and would kct'px>t' enough to ,voices especially by the two last t mentioned Arrive I'slisbiu....13 U sin i
supply\ timely own tables at least, If they knew would remark, lie is lwiJl'ntl.01'11 classes that It wa quite a wonder the average of ships} 11111't'SI'1CI8, and Arrive button.. .12 60 p m

how to do it, we have, made arrangements to snpply Doctor." Now, boys, don't nil steal individual did not forget who he win. It would all things requiMtu and necessity for Arrive Urtiuly Urtni'U.. ... . 144pm .

them the Jirektrprr''! Magazine, a 32* (page this at Once not have been surprising to have seen one ut the Accuring u )lrutct.tiollaglliIl8t tho introduction Arrive Leave n.ldw ttaldwlu.t In..S...... 1 1 43 W: pmArrive pm ,

monthly, at only $t.W a ymr,-former price tl.30. fair maidens runh to arm and 'full In," leavinx of infection or contagious diseases Mcivllie.... u.. 8 IK) p m
besides this we can furnish all latent books on To THOSE struggling with the terrible some hlll"hingI1t'lIIht'r of the Gainesville\ Gnarl( into our city or )lUl't. Arras Uwty' ........ 3 4S p ra L

the subjects, together with all articles used in conundrum of what to buy for Christmas to reedy the kisses of aunts and ('OII..III".IIIIII IN' It was then (moved and carried, that Arrive Artl"" Mnrke.i'tuple's... 3 3 11 17 pm pm 1

beekeeping at the lowest pr t'e. The JtagatintU unborn & Hoyt Otter h"IIlIt'tlllllo u carriage by expectant beaux, or for tho Chairman cause petition to be Arrive Ihnr.ton ........ 3 :34 p in
full of' Information for liefcinner, and Jh'c8n.hIt' presents, an told lady to liave seized the cannon of the 1... drawn up and dilated to the National ArehoBlila.. 3 fit p m ..

('just when needed each month in the year.We some suggestions in their new advertisement F. L, A., put it on her head, and marched OH" to HOIU'llol Health, requesting that honorable Arrive Arllte Ua.ue.tllla.u.Arn..doudo .......... 6i4pm 4 64 p m ,: J

will furnish the Mirror and the Manf1zi,.. to in another column. a cheap boarding house followed by a protesting board to take elmrguof! the quau'- Arrive \.' ..... 5 40 p m
nil who apply, I of Arrive AictH-r...... ...... /ft 68
on receipt the price,$3.00 a year senator who imagined himself for light artil ,inline in the p mArrlvo
once conformity\ to action ol
J THE steamship City of Dallas arrivedWcdneseay Hrunson ... .... 6'" p m ,
lery. However we all got into our lodgings! and this Board of Health. Arrive Otter t'reik.,.... 7 40 p m
'' 8Un. CIUPTION- : $:!.OO ft year. $1.00 fort night, in command of outside of our breakfast with safely, and then No lurthor business appearing, the Arrive Host-wood ... B aa pm

six months. (;apt. Sam.: Risk. She had rough started for the fttir grounds. The road vvm excellent (Board then ndjotmied. Arrive ccd.r Key .. ... 9 UO pm
001 Mil Soli"
-'---'--' weather during most of the voyage and and there being quite number of good l '1'. KYI.D.\ LeftvcOdsr Ke)...... 430 a m !., ,
REV. Gico. G. X. )lAcno El.t., of Macon 1t teams, that Jnirt of the secno was much more President of Council. Art I Vv iWewood....,,...... 6 U l inArrlvo r
( was in consequence behind time. lively than Is usual atone. of our FlornU (mr... otter Creek,.. 605 ui 'r I
( Ga.: will preach at the Methodist Attest : Arrive lliousi'ii .. ... .... 7 urt a m .
Church in this city Sunday Till Bark Huitlnim/ wrecked on the The first thing in order Was the military reties CII.\:;. ANUKU: Acting City Clerk Arrlvu Arclier.... .. ...1 ,. ...u. 7 60 a in I
on morn
j! South end Ground by the Adjutant General t of the state, lien. J. J. Arrive Ituttun.... .. 1117 a m
of Middle the ,
| ing, and at the Presbyterian\ Church onSunday at Dickinson. The following csmpaniex appearedIn Arrlvit Arr. d..n.III.... .. 8 !)2 a m ,
( entrance of this port three weeks ago FKKNANDINA: FI..\., Nov., 1S7S ArrlreOsine.vtae... ,. 8M em
I the I inst. line : JcfTer-xm UtflesJaincsvilledunriK\ Pir-t il i
evening 21st
; Council met at the hour Art h" \\ AS km
I __ ________ was sold at auction on Slturdllast Florida Light Artillery..anti Governor' (Guard regular at Arrive hurttou... ...IU 26 a m
Afterwards there the codlrMs the Council loom Present : T. Kydd, Arrl\t! at-rke .HMUBIU .
ik At the hotels Mere :
for $120 and her of lumber for 1'1
cargo President ; Councilinen Winch, Fran- Arrive 7lmple'e. .....lii4i am
(Vm l>rill-The Jellerson Itiltrs and (111erllor' ,
i i During the week there have arrivedat $2,700.: ) -Hrunstriclc t >J1ral. jinny \ ris, Middleton Brown and A ltJcl. Ain\o L.."'tey .......llUtfam .
1 ,
4 Guard contended for this, and they were ? Arrive AUsvillii ....11 /M: a DI
the Egmont sixty-two guests. Tin conductors of the Transit Railroad so evenly matched that the judge* must have Tho minutes of time last meeting were Arrive tUluwIn....,...... ... ...1181 p m I
The Mansion House has received read IIlIllndll'tt'd.' Jxime lift UI*I n ..... ...... .... .,.1'J: 42: pin I'
appeared yesterday in new uniforms had much difllculty in arriving at a decision.\ Arm lirsutljr llitnch...... .. ., 1la) p in 3 "'t!
during the same period tifty guests Hade been in their place we should!. have' looked The proceedings of the Board ol Arrive Duttuu... 1 'J.I;I put
consisting of dark )blue suits very wise, gone off and read the tactic of ercarefully Health, October iJth, 187U, were read Arrive ... Hftjptu I 1).
We shall hereafter print the names Arrivu Hart m Komi...... i 61 p in
and Unwed IIlIdauol'tcll.
with then
brass buttons, and caps with gold up a penny to decide. ArrUe terunudluH. 3 4u \ i
of the newly arrived guests at the lace and IIIHIg(' The uniforms are In the t hotel. and the prize for the tutl driUnlltoidirr curried F. C. Suhrer's petition recommended
: _____ ____ very neat and pretty and) were made 8ul'erlnt'II.len'.
l olf by Sergeant llultzell, of the laMnamcdcompany. that ho bo allowed to renew limo! \\ eatlierhoarding -

The Liverpool Line by B. F. Haley, of New Market, N. II., i on his house, but not renew 11LO1t11)A CI:N'l'JL.\L RAILROAD. ,

J. The Rritjsli steamship Glnululc Captain for \\'holl111'. C. A. Haley, of this city, In the evening there was a grand I Iwill given to the roof with shingle. JAee.sNVILLR, Ft*., K-t. Slh. 1878.Ou I ,

\:' Pohejty;, arrived Thursday from is agent the visiting companies. Your correxiMindenl\ has' I Tho bill of Angel Friend returnedby run .1 and foiiow.t a'trr tuls caw ruts ou this rued will 1. t
talent I
neither the the for description
slice| nor proper
Finance Committeo and ordered MAIL AND F.XI'IES8-DAILY. I ,t. I
Middleboro, Engllllll..ia Philadelphia, A DISPATCH from Tallahassee to the of this and will have to content hlinsell
paid I ; amount, $.1:11.80.() leave Jaek.lillYUltl.u" .,u.. ...,.. A :Ui penLt'IIV"
consigned to Win. Lawtey. She sailedon Jacksonville Hun (1//llhss, says: : The by saying that the proHirtloti| of licautiful ladies Tho bill of White .0 11 p m
among those present wee greater than he has MeDully, for drayage for 1 t'avr llHlilwiu.. ,..... .... .... 7 (Ikll'> nl .
the 20th November, and had a very Tallahasi! Fair i is a great success. ever seen at similar cntertainineiit, and Iht'irIIIUIt'IIiK city, ordered )paid ; amount, 4tfcents.Tho brave r rl>)'villn, .... ,... .,,.,.7 :US p m I
fair snge-HI days to Philadelphia.: Between three and four thousand' i. allY bill of Norman Bro\\nson, for t.eavu&andur.ou..ul.M 07 p tit I'I ,
was worthy their Ix-auty Of courre 1.1'.01"..." .,. H 43 p mLiavaMt I
She will load with cotton, cotton seed tors are in the city. In the military brass buttons were the ascendant .stars and \\','rewor..hll'llt'd six months' service as Mayor( ordered 1..arrl".V ui: p m
paid amount $11H). Arrive a t Luke .1t.1..8 UO mI.tmve I
; p
and rosin, and will sail in about one contests the Jefferson Rifles took the in slavish Idolatry by those s+uuc.haul.eels > The bill of Ur. for l.lxo Oak .... .. a 10 mArrlvK j\
who were so imperious citizens in Musk Slarbuek treatment st 'UI ntiunts,...... .... ..7 INI. it lu j
week The Gtendale is of 1150 tons first prize, the Governor's Guards tho Next morning the evrtitwas the uddress!. by Senator of Henry Daniels, referred to Arrive a t Alh.i.y.,, ;... ..10 46 a m o

burden, :230 feet in length, 301] feet second prize. The First Florida Lib ht Jones. The Senator expressed himself at. Finance CIIII1 111 II h'l'. ;; Arrlvo a&tlllv.ou.h. ......v it) a u I i
1.t'.v.. tt.V.Ulla.l1.... ......... ,' 4 :lu pan ,
beam and draws 1GJ I feet. Artillery was awarded n prize for cfiicicnt grateful for having' IH-CII asked to address. an Agricultural Bill of Prior ICdwards, for hauling JoI'ave "lb.1I1..4 lO p m I '

and Industrial Association, esiecin1lyat | eorpso to time, cemetery'ordered) )paid ; leu\e TillnlUMee.... ..... ..8 43 p tu r
f Thc Dig Mill on the Katlroad.C drilling.; -- he was so 1 Ignorant upon Inith of these topics. amount, $1.:.?). A 1..lIve 1.iv.Oak .....a ia a mI.O.VK
UikoCltjr :y J r m
C the Jacksonville Union. \ i'nllahan. He then stroke| at length and with great ability Hill of U. F. Avery referred to Street Leave Mt. '. 4 f
\ 10) upon the importance of the Farmer; and the ;Mechanic Committee, to examine work. I..a'u Olumea...4 40 a m
It Cook of the firm who
G. one re- j Bonds ? No. Eighty.fivc'ote8 were JAJIV".tI.uUQ.. ... .... .. .... 6 Uo anaL
and the folly of there being any war la'! Bill for salary( ,of police' lor month ol .
A-ently of /iist -a\e Darbyv1t.e,6 66 a b1.
purchased some 30,000 acres hero and 1 for bonds. It
against: 1wcell labor and .Capital. Then followed I the October ordered '
/ finid\ ; amount, $91GG!) 1A'.V.ll.ldwlll.... ..... 6 4U sin
land from Mr. Mi; A. Williams, State is thought; that tho man who cast the rifle shooting by military; teams mid glass ball l Bill of John IJordon for building dog Lruve wbt.Iioua..t.u..o..7 1)8 a wArrlvH. '

l.aml'Agel1t, is now constructing / I one vote in favor of bonds made a mis- shooting by amateurs. Neither of tll.IIIUII".1Id'el.I..1 1"lllllllorllf'rcll )paid ; amount, $1.''?)>. Mull..sud t. Jack.eullle hxpress Train:.. ..Steeping 760 Cur a mOn run
up to the time of leaving, but In the latter Bill of Sanborn & Ho through to and
sawrmiU'fttLock Haven Pennsylvania takf'1 his licket.Chrietinns ) t referred to Iron Jacknonviliu to .aYaDllah I
Home very good shooting wax done. Theracing Finance Committee ilxo, Lucas 8lee| lug run throuiiU to sod from ,
which he intends to put up at Trail turkeys arc being brought waa well conducted t&ll.IIIII'h interest was Jncksonvillasua lalUhsmeo.rKliNtMDivA '
Bill of Joseph Ligeour for solar'us : h XPlif 83 DAILY'
Ridge, on tho Transit Railroad. The to market. Eggs are selling at 25: cents manifested in them. Tho track is far ",.ttc'I''wllh City Clerk referred, to committee ol L*.v" Ja ksoiivllleH..IMM... ( It 16)km V

size of the main building is 50x100 feet. per dOlenNog i is cheap. ordinary seen In this winter. Slate weather The than Fjmce any enclosed other we by have the one, consisting (If Chas. Angel. Arrivs Arrive lI"lIlwll..l:1 t'crusmiiua. ........... ..?....? 3: 40 3U Pill"p m ,,. ., /

This new enterprise! will soon gather 1>r. Myers had a good congregationlast ; track had been planted In oats with what objectwe Ifeport Turner Puling l Marshal, Leave tvriisuiiiutt.. .nlo au a m
I..UVB Ita d
dog tax received 1 UU p m
about Trail Ridge a colony of workers, I Sunday-as regard/number? cannot imagine. If it had been In the Kant on ; amount, $30. Arrive .Jat k..ou'.lh.,;..H >j ;ia V m I
we would have known that it was fur the purjMMe Ordinance relating, to burial certificate rspsi'tigers fur *'. rUI".a, sua Cedar Ki-s take
and develop the adjacent lands. Mrs. C. A. Key, and IJj\ulinnh9 referred Ibis .
... trying to fatten the cattle sent fur exhibition. to Ordinance Committee. trsiu. train from Itahlwlu to uda Key on
----'- ---- -ui.d.y. ,
1 flower of Kildare, left IM by the Cumbei Perhaps it the wild I NQ further business appearing, Council
-a Here and There. was oats sown by the youth J'ul nun r Ucs Sleej'InK" ears run tbrClullb to and,
land Route Tuesdaytospend Christmas of the.. country At previous fairs Or |lerhalNnit| adjourned T. KYDU, from Jtcknouvllls Kanuo.b| al.", ibroiixhr
THE U. S. survey schooner Riyre i is' wan that ignorant city folk might, while waiting President of Council l1to"l'lbl between J ck! .ouvllls and McutjOia
, among old friends! in Northern s/y, Ala.OuUUtl..
expected hero daily i. for the races, watch the process of growing; we Attest : ts st Jseks'iovlIU with tlin St .Johns\ rlvvr (rate
Georgia. how it was done you know Iteluctanlly we CIIAS.! ANGKI: Acting City Clerk; .& l J.II.\\) lu with A. u. & \\'. I. I. 1\. H.
JAMES,: F. NKISON has been elected Mr. John O'1>unalll has made 12 barrels were obliged to leave before the Fair cltsaslis! -\ fur... Cedar Key, Oiliiv.tllio. Fri "au.II"1 null p loU 1
Brunswick.WOHK North suit WI'IIl st Lake Ity "llh ". P. & M. It U.
inayar of of syrup and G barrels of sugar oil that .Itt'| commenced the will have to l ho deferred\ to our next wee must .North Iud Went. d. H. IicLrl!: .SOY.
has on new 2 acres. 1Ie also 31172 bushel of nay however that the display of fine- oranges FUR H.u.IC-A line lot of young budded trees, Usstsrol IrsiistHirtttlou..

depot at the foot of Centre Street. \rice from lens than two acres. Ho thinks grown In that county& took IIM entirely by ...rprlll.'. principally the early varieties-lie! Tecn-to, Ken.nard' w. M. DAVIDSON.' t
May, Alexander, Ainnden, ie., with olh U. F. and T. A. dsc-T
THE lightship at Tybee knoll is to bo that he lust as much as he saved of his One price also we must award and announce at era that ripen succession till winter. For terms -
und that U to Tallahassee the Ix-au-
once a. most -
removed January 1st and sold.A rico crop. llful place in the Stale.Council W. &0., (tddiess'M.. H, Llpnitv 0. s.County. OAKES,

Uncle Tobe 1 the reason ho I>e<>. 16-H. Archer Alachua Co., Flu.Attention .
SCHOOSKK: loaded with fruit, shells, says -- -'- -

don't send his boys to school is that l'roceedtnjn.FEUXANPINA : i
fcc., arrived at Brunswick Wednesday, ; Femanilttta, .. Infantry !

from Nassau. ",as soon as a nigger. learns his A. B.'C. October 21, 181U. IlKAtmi'AUTKUN FKRNANUINA LIUstTINrr'Y. ,i

he wants to preach, and if he should Council met as Hoard of Health I'ernundina..., Dec, 10, JK7U.

THE Florida Annual Conference of learn more he tries to live without work thix, the LMth day of Oilohcr, at eight A 1 buslneHH mcelhig'o t the "'OI ,iIl&IIY will beheld
I the M.' E. Church South i is in session o'clock'p.rn. 1'reHcnt : Norman Brown- at Lyceum Hall Monduy, the 22d Iris&. Ht
i at Tallahassee. and soon fetches up on Wise's son, Mayor ; 1'. Kydd President Council 7'W |>. in,, to traniuct such hnilnesM .. may properly -

lIg.'' He spells Education with a ; Councilmen Isaiah'inch, Paul come l efore the meeting. All lufinbrrn! Undertaker

Ox Tuesday! the President! nominated little e. JEUEMIAH.Archer. Francis, Daniel Baxter, Chaa. Angel hereby ordered to lot I present lly order ;

Thomas M. ;Blodgett Collector of the -- (Acting Clerk). 'AIT. O. W, YCLJCK, FEJttTANDIiTA :, 'TLA.

port of St. Marys.. The Chairman then stated the olijrrt \V. II. Tl'fKEK Commanding.'
little of interest of the meeting, which was :This Board Acting Orderly Sergeant. Constantly on hardMETALLIC
THE annual Christmas Festival of But transpiring at ..a..... __
School will our place ; the cotton crop is nearly all of Health to take into consideration The Slnufr Setftng Machine.Mr. .' BURIAL OASES
the Presbyterian Sunday the )propriety of petitioning the National ,
in and will be till [ John Mackenzie has taken till
take place next week. the gins are busy Board of'Health to take chargeof Wood como, -

after the holidays.Our quarantine for thin place, and to agency of this excellent sewing machine
TilE City of albl' arrived from Jacksonville merchants are buying considerable establish quarantine ground on Cumberland and is now prepared to furiiiuli la, Wslnnt and other woods. '
and will sail this all sunpliOM and repairs for
yesterday Island Gas both for this plate necessary
quantities of bright and U\DE11TAKE1LI UOOUN It'
oranges it. He! sells the needles tit ii5 cents ,
morning for New York. and Ht. Mary', Ga.; to establish, maintain
shipping North. We have but fewgroves and control tho quarantine for dozen, mind all other articles at the MASONIC AND OTHER FMI LYua. 811BOCD8

THE schooner Flora Rogers arrived near, but the fruit U very fine, both place, in all its details, and! delf- priced established by the manufacturer. AND KOUtS.

yesterday with the boilers for Huot'a and judging from the samples that 'gate to the National Board of Health Call the and sco tlio late Improved :;inger- Embslmia\ %))021..
most complete machine in tho
I mill and a quantityof merchandise, were inspected, they are as sweet antjjuicy full powers to do the same-St. Mary'nhaving world :) .
already the National Dulles eibaud for removal laletll'1arauteed.
IN New York last Saturday orangeswere as any that are raked in the so. Health petitioned -- rUNtU,LH alt t>US'1 to.
Board of do
j to HO. llootu and Shoe Ord r* bllU&il or UlegranU will r. th. prompt
small crates from $:50 called belt. By the where I be stteutloM.
quoted!t; orange way, Another matter to considered waa A
J new stock just received at J. fe T ,
to $3 00; standard size! $3 to $4 25.: is that favored locality I see that the the propriety of declaring quarantine l Kydds'. hriuemlier- .that I sm.opposed to-blgb prices,''a' 4

I llos. W. J. JONES of Bronson, whose Florida Xfw.l or'r states that Northof raised on all coastwise steamers and --- - OrriCE IN BANBOUN 4 IIOYT'H OLD bTOIUE.:. ,,
i sailing vewiels.President I, Fine hats. I law. 4 SECOND: 8TSE l'. i
( .
will lose 29 theora xetu'will not do ; a (Jigger L\L'\
f buildings l were: burned Monday T. Kydd then offered the J. & T. Kydd have just received anew J 'HONVILLE:7''t.:
probably $8,000 above his insurance. nis-statcment could hardly be drciliated. > following resolution :t stock of genu' fine hats latest C .
The soil in Al.tctiua county 7toK>/mJThat quarantine on all 'Ol\lt t styles at bottom prices., Y
about Fernandina "
THE biggest boom Its produces so many crop that cannotbe wise steamers and sailing vessels. be --. Iron and Brass Foundry f
boom. a
just now is the tcnm hip well much further South raised at once. few Fall und Winter Goods

good thing to have in the house, too. grown The resolution met with a second! J. k T. Kydd are now receiving AMDMACHINE /
and most fruits every
that the peach
orange, and was carried.
cleared for Montevideo week largo shipments of Fall and Win-1' SIIOP.T.
TME ,bark Friyya have been overlooked. Just wait T..Kydd then offered, the following fl
with 200.000 feet of tor good, dry goods, dress goods, clothing
yesterday' awhile. resolution : hats and{ boots und! &ho1)which
lumber, loaded at Col. J. C. Read's Major Ed. Brewtr was Il1arrieJ,1aat, Jtesutivd, That the amendment to the they are caps selling at the lowest MURPHY
lady in Ocala ordinance of June 14th 1877 j. '
mill. Thursday evening to a whereby market ,
;: : The Major is one of our most enterprising vessels from the Weal Indies and South prices_. -- --- ..

I\ TilE little eteamer.tWe arrived from farmers,' and dwarves well at ,American ports ,,were..prohibited from Xeu Goods. Proprietor. YP

I Jacksonville yesterday with a quantityof the hands of Dan Cupid! The happy coming to the city until after the occurrence ,A, few cases of nice Ml goods just .

brick and shell lime. She* left for couple left this morning for Georgia. of frost, be no longer in force, arrived and now opened, in the City

of Some wrcti'ht-d scoundrels have been but the original ordinance to remain Mart, and will be sold without reserve, Steam Engines, Sugar Mills and! all.
Darien, and :will'get a return cargo and burning the In full force.
around plundering together with balance of goods
rice. crib* of the colored people ; "Uncle" The motion met with a second! and hand, by 31. DOWKEY. kinds of,, Mill :Machinery! builtor

TilE Senate Wednesday confirmed Reddii-k lost all his provision; cotton ; was carried. --.- .------ -, repaired.

the nomination of Thomas M. Blod- &c., and Albert Wright, all his cotton, The following resolution was then .IAltl. E. \'

at St. others have been visited, but somebody adopted : : "' FIUNT.C "* ''
gett, to be'collector of customs, will come to grief yet. lie it Ilrxjhvd, That we, the Board of POUT ALMAVAO-WCCK nii>i.a DasM.u:7. 'onK.'N''IIII-. ... l1

St. Marys, Georgia. Considerable preparation u being Health of the city& and port of 'ernan- HUE.o,%Ana MIUU WATCK.: r.M. AKD BTEIOf PUXOTUALITT U TOE 1lVLX.i t

offices have been made for the next )'ellr'1I vegetable din,- Florida-- hereby delegate to the HUD TilE following '
poet t'\
established| Nassau county. during crop. .We expect to send about 15,000 National Board of Health all power Tue.d.I"Monday., 23., S.A2'.U: *6J.06'.aII 6.06' 1.44 3.t1..wJ4 Ordr from dUUoc will r'ealy. careful'bad
this and authority vested in and wec.8OJ '.13 prompt .
Belton Brandy: bu.hel.orth, season. us by under y 6.07 nil 4M
the '
past quarter\ the with virtue of.thelawi of the State of Tbun',, n, SJV4 B.W7 5.21 1.41
hard during day :
Branch, Mom's Branch, and Stokes Raining I'ridaY. M' .. l.w a.OII Sane ...., ST.. SEAB TUX Will YAnD,' ,
Ferry/ fair prospects for a freeze. J.C. Honda, establish and maintain quar 'd.I", i7. o.W I.W( I ; 7.13 dl. TU Jck.

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fi. -A;-i, ,, ;'f,? AQBIOULT UItiL.' ,v, :yA Treatise on''the Orange\ .,\ I TUB+; FLitiDA)
r TENNF 3t.E FAUMEn." ....".Did'you' see BY T.W. MOORE., jo die T. Y'DD.

1 him" ?. lie was coining l out of',th'e door rt'm'IlnBbl< work 1 hi tor'II"Je at the office of the TOWN T IMPROVEMENT MrANYI
!* of 'the, Giles,' Nhlionnl, Hank: ; lift, had JL MIBBOR 1'rlcet0tent. -
; just dumped n handful l 'iubsuliarj This IH Iho only trentian wrl'tcn for this particular
11"1'1100nl tI/ll1ft int'rnatl''n Hilt will 5- S
into his vest pocket; he was shoving a be of value to the ersngn glT-B grower In Louisiana and
roll of bank notes into his pocketbook j (altrok&U Ha author l IB one or the moot aucct.- HOLIDAY GIFTS !rf 1'I:nN.\NIJIN""
..v.vr he his ful orange growers la the mats.
wore no coat; jeans pantaloons 'I'OWNS ON R.n. LINE:,
were flecked with cotton, sO was his ''L I
AND ( !:DAK KLY. "
wool hat; he had just sold three 'five A.. cIIAI'1'ELL. it" f
a hundred pound bales nhd hnd cashedthe IN ,
. check. Leaving the bank he went
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers
;\ \' in tho western door of the court hO\1se. Jacksonville,Florida.
, In a few minutes he passed out, of the a large number of the most eligible -
,tea; ) I full stork has just been received, and every Department is replete with
s t< eastern door. lIe was folding up his WHITEHALL BOA TS, :4/r.. and desirable Lots, suitable

'f!; tax receipt. Did you hear Mint "Hill," YACHTS, CUNNING SKIFFS;"" CHEAP" ,. USEFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS for Holiday Presents inDRY for BiifiiuehK Purposes, or for City

( he says, "I have just paid my tuxes Yv or Snburbnn Residences, UPON
,':: I don't owe nary man on lop) of dirt YAWLS, STEAM LAUNCHES. EASY TERMS.; -
one cent" lie hnd followed Johnston
):' in the charge at Shiloh ; ho was with Every ricooription of small craft/ built to order GOODS DRESS GOODS Liberal" Discounts on Values allowed -
n the tAt style and on the most npproved model -
t' Hood in his retreat from Nnshville ; he .., CorrellJltmdoliCU aoi''dted.! ( to plu-ties engaged in manufacturing

iw' I had proved himself a man of courage: ; -14-tt- -- ----- or industrial enterprises! ,
' )he I was an allcctionatc husband and n For Good Cuetom-made Fancy Goods and Notions. who will elect nn the property pur-
kind conscious ,
f f.ither There was :i I-
; neBS'crc ping over him that if not horn BOOTS. AND SHOES v' chased substantial improvements

; a nobleman, he was to- IlY An independent ) for residence, or in which to,conduct -

*! J sovereign. Ho met' his wife BLACK CASHMERES\ A SPECIALTY their hu inf>ss. "
a.,.: i and daughter on the )pavement. "What INDUCBMENTSTOMANUFAO'fUHEn -
", did yon get for cotton, husband! ? "$11.- *'' l fora
),: 25; wa'n't that a good price?" "Yes, '"" Unmirpnsw'eil In quality atid price, and will compare favoruMy with sample from other cities. by exemption
I we can live at that. term of years ,front taxation of-
rl{j a .' 'f t.: She drew him to one side. "lids fered by the several cities and

." band," she says, "you have more cotton j ,ice",Special Goods not in stock: can l te ordered, through us, thus nflbrd- towns. Apply to
L, to, sell and pork to spare. Our r
M1 I Mary is now seventeen! years old, the I iug A SAVING TO THE CUSTOMER of Express and other charges. All GEO.,,,D. GILCHRIST,
young 111(111'uro coming\ to see ,her; ; :' Agent.
couldn't you give her a ecnl-brown I such orders, enrefuliyjfilled AT NEW YOUK P1UCE3 hy our resident buyer. ear Office Railroad Building,

merino dress: trimmed with silk ? Sirs.a :!. Feru ndin". .16-tf(
twill Will'fit And baste!\ it for a dollar ., adL' T. :H.eyJD: --.. -- _. -- -.. --- ---
f and I can make it on tho machine Goto
A Till li'I.()nIUA.
0 tf Corner Centre and Second Streets. '
j. and to Mrs.'Grahams' mid her
1 go pet n
J $5 bonnet, she never had one, and! John MpcKenzie's, '
Johnny wants pair of boots and" LAND AND IMMiGRATION -(
ft -
"Wife, says the farmer "sinco the "
war \vo have had a hnrtt'.struggle to First Storo on Centre Stroot,near RailRoad "

I I make a support. Yon )have done your Depot: o .A.: JLV :x: ONT A Imo Company
J '
part grumbling or complain
I-, ing.) Now my head i is above .-water; FEKNAND1NA, I-LA. < Jacksonville, Fin., OFFERSGOO,000, ,. .",..
\ what's mine is there is the
your ; ; -- M- -- A CItS:
JJ pocketbook with the money. Use it in JI'IIIII.E WORKS.E. -

r I t any way you want to. JNDUSTRI'sLMACHINE ," Of the most ACCESSIBLE and
"Yes sho-' with smile
\ a "you
'L: know ru1l'elll says:;: will not abuse any WORKS.' D., ROCKWELL, -. AGENT FOR FEKNANDINA. DESIRABLE lands in the

( f confidence o in im*. .' "
)'olt"m"y repo STATE OF FLORIDA
[ 1 I'I''I She turned to g\ to the store ;; lie went ,
f4 to look after his team. Now just look "t""k").'. at only $.1.2 j per aero lo new set-

'..( at him 1' He is at home, seated ill F. R. POND, Proprietor. t'" : )[)It. JURIiEE.S: .. tlern! with the privilege selection -
!*. front of a roaring log fire. The black in
heels of 4Oncrcr

h i, *' ',kook She) )pauses is. getting'to smile supper over in her the red'cali-kitchen.,\ ,!Shop situated l3 n e8twalk west of Depot" ,; 'LIVER AND KIDNEY' PAD These '}lands are located; ( 01.on'; more.and

j ,, co dress and pew\ calf skin iior>>. ; adjacent to tile'line of the atlantic -

t Johnny, is strutting around with hi* JACKSONVILLE, FLA.OK '" I. CURES ;. Gulf ,and West 'In(%\ Transit

boots< rnwn,o\odJis pantaloons. Maiy 1"/.',., ., CO.'R R..? R., extending' from Fer-
1 is' before the',glas, trying on her new "" Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Fevor and Ague, Catarrh, nandina the Atlantic Cedar
on to
bonnet. ,Tbp baby is:crowing in itsfather's t1ANUFACTUREit 'f". ,' -v Female! Weakness, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Side- ,
: The wife 'l Key ou I ho Gulf, coast, thus affording -
lap. dropping
/ on ''
,IHOX, 'ANII TRANS 'ANTIXGH' ".: Ache Bilious. Complaints and Disease arising
) atone> knee and ph\dnJt"one arm around. ""'' ) f ; any to the l producer cheap,
l 1
F .. from Disorder of the Stomach Blood.Price '
;' 'her luhusband's neck and th'e' other IRON FRONTS, ANn .:XCEH or constant'and rapid transportationto

'Ii'''F baby around,". "the As the'tiny child's,.Ijps says'approach, "Kiss papa the, For Dwellings and Cnmeterles, latettdeglgus.. One I>ullnr. Soul by, until on receipt' of price.. the best ruarUuts.
Liberal discount to Dealers. : The belt of
mustache sho "couldn't help. preying country traversedby
I aim have tbo UryeHt assortment of&I4CHINERYPAT !
her own between. It was triangnlur l KU'8 in the btati*. ana can fill m<..t any oror <;*:<>. HUGHES .& BKO.<<>> Agents, the Transit R. R. embraces

arrangement. but ,papa. got the most: ,patterns' without pardeahaflug for the extra M of it.
i : My Machine Shop U 'urulsbfd with the latest
"Early to bed and, early to rise" is improved tools, wiiich. enables my Morkmpu to be found in the State, a large
turn out worK with the din ,amid !
greatest ]'atcb Itt
his'custom: It is 9 o'clock. Eve-
} now
the lowest cull
pnco. proportion being peculiarly adapted
thing is still and quiet around the Ageut f/r the WATERTOWN STRATI: KNUINECOa O; : L. KEEl TE, -
farmer's) residence, and tho glittering and MA W-MIM: ft short notice. ,
stairs: 'bespanglo'Ulofrost-covered roof Alno JUD-OV'r4 cULKimTEH 8TKAM (IOVERNOKS c\L Early Vegetables,
that shelters one of the )happiest families nmt. ,KVOWI.KV STB\M' I'Ull'ke," .Fancy and Dress Goods and The Lure, Compact JJodies J
onsUully n i ail and s Id at aJiauuruturttrl' ,
in the solid South.CincinnatiCommercial. Timber make these lands
)rld'e, l rely lit ad lcd, 'r worthyof
For further lulonuatfoo, Price Tints,'Cahl"1l| ( es. ,
t etc ad.lrcfti Ft: U, IOND. No 67 W. Bay St., cor. Laura, Jacksonville, Fla., by manufacturers -
BONE: IlUbT.--Mr: ? ;'Harris says that P U. 110x303:, Jack onllle, :Flu 'of LUMBER AND NAVAL
bone dust, or bono meal, like barnyard T lt" if STORES.
flu constantly, stock a full line of Good embracing the ab ivu bending,Inuludlng a flue 11.,e oft ,
manure 'docs not immediately '
I yield ; <
Garreit & Barnes NEW SETTLERS
up its. nitrogen and phosphoric acid ,to ; purchasing
plants.The,'bone phosphate of lime WOKKTKD PATTERNS and iKC.'MA3iX ZEPIIYIIS, land from this company ,are furnished -*

i, is insoluble in water; and' but very 60 1V. nay. St, with entire fifes passage, _on

slightly .soluble1 in water containing? 'Zjphyr "Worstels soiling at 12 cts. per oz., the Transit R. 11. for, family and
; carbolic* acid."*Tho bones '
t gelatine Florida personal effects to the station
Jacksonville nearest
would soon decompose in a moist, po ,
soil ;, dec 1-tt ADd all other goods at corresponding prices. Orders promptly attended to. the laud purchased:
q, ,roust warm prbvidc'd-'it'was not
protected .by..the soil and the harder Sinn of the Golden Stove.E TII'LE COllPLETJt.being derived ,
1 ,; matter :of-,the blnesStl'amin removes !- by grant from the United
the oil, and reducing ,the bones : A 1,1D\ : o '"ftOjU) NSgQTropic \ ;) States and from
purchase the
: to as fine condition as possible: is an- AR 'WARE1 ... ,
Slate: of Florida.
I I other.meaUs uUricrenaing their availability. ,
Another good methpd is to mix I' CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
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and let both ferment together! ,,and I Sh"ubs"and Flb crlaj FUnts. mailed on application. '
am inclined to think tins is the best 'Paints Lubricating Oils.HED
simplest mid most*economical niethatotlrondering SAMUEL A. SWANN,

bone dust causes,, thor manure to ferment 10ft
I! more rapidly J and tho fermentation ,
of tho manure soften the bones. '

Doth the manure, and *the, bones areimproved MARVIN'S NAVE, *. AOIMT FOB 1S< and rendered more availnlAble MAUY1N>, Af.VRM MONEY DRAWER
by the process. One ton of goo\ (Prh.*. &I".' ALBERT I. BiDWELL.ltt .
J bone dust contains aLout' s .much nitrogen .' WOOUKN JACKKT SUIPPIXU CAN, PCXPULAll j

as 81} tons of fresh stable, manure MtovoM, '. "'ln ,,"ure.Till JacksonTlllc, Fla.
and as mucH phosphoric' acid as \
1 110 tons of fresh' stable manure. But a 3" Kot&ui auj OutUrlnK by skilled work.

H( one ton of manurot,coiUai is', more potash men. U low.raten._ __--=-.--_.3Mf- EDW. W. STETSON DRY GOODS STORE i
than rive tons of bone st.Jlubile:' / 11TV LOTS, : :

S Ill fw JlJ'" _"r'f' t
1 "G ': 5 \ '{ For either resilience or business
R./OV }). GAMTSHA', "of'Morris', 111!, 41 A 43 Hay Street,
\\MsaleaIe 1 and Retail Dealer isElTTRNIIvDR
whq raised thi83'cnraLout l',000 quarts purposes, Bola -reasonable prices ,

t of strawberries of some tbjrtyvarleties,
and terms.
reports to the Wt1Ilemjllural{ that the upon easy JACKSONVILLE FLA.

,, :" Charles Downing, netted him more BAWL A. SWANN, : : ,
than "because the ,
4 money any other CENTBE,Corner of SECOND STREET.
vines take pare ,of theiyselves, do not 103m
the tho
ground along
mat on rows toas
to prevent full of tho "STN1'Ett AND "U 'l'EnX.\I. 1M- Mattings Mattresses Feathers
fruit are exceedingly holding provement" Lands secured, in any s. RITZEWOLLER
; out longer in bearing producing! ,
i largoberries; to the last., Hurry' of part of Florida, at 20 per cent below Comfortables Door Mats Children's Carriages Jacksonville, Flu
firmness fair aud ,
1 t moderate ( (shipper),
t of fair,'not. rich flavor/ Of Crescentthe the prices established by the Picture Black Silk, 90 c., warranted all
; Frames
following is ,said: .Largest. fair State. \Pily to Moldings, silk. '
three and a half inches round
berries ;
best ,quality for table, SiM'L ,A. SWANNrKUXANDlNA. .' Mosquito) Nets &6., The'best $1.00 silk in the U. 8. ..
aild'nlo(1drt\t81y firm 'where kept "in" '. .. '- Summer silks at 50c., GOc.:; best-. '

parfOWI TOW8'|known- vines the most productive .1.m..--...,...;.- -- ,,' FLORIDAAT1ACRSONti'ILL'I.....-- --- .. WINDOW SHADS AND SHADE FIXTURES MOSS. 70 cts.Matting. .

E of any variety blossoms FL.MI .\;: at 140.; fancy at,,15c. ,

..fertilize more-fourth completely row is planted when everv with' It Helen M.Adm,Brooklyn,five minute" *', .' 4 .((''I* .t .r-...-: 500 bue: Flannel Suit 1.$6 to $12. ; ,

'l'k.. 'wfions-( .. (which is better) Charlespowninga. I walkJ toarrtent/from lit the exc.drJX Ueul t. dtn Mjrle.aociuiuuodUt Uooina Urg9 a rodpelgttporhood few ", ",'.. a .' IldcOoni ie'e, Block,, Jacksonville-. Fla: .cl; Money- ,refunded if noj' _satisfacr. -
r ." very pJeUMD& 6Ur 1.17 t 'f > .}. 21.tfI


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