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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 24, 1879
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Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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\ 'SEMI -1VLEILY. FERNANDINA, FLA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1871)) VOL. 2. NO. 1)). ., ; '
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\ THE OLD FAIR STORY; A KOSG. when the divine was acquitted but AT mi j/orrojf, or IT. :ind to my dying! day I shall never for in his profession and skilled in the use 4\

A mother kissed her baby, Thomas was committed and held] in n "To tell the truth," said John Hnviland ;et (the son atinu of that moment. I] of drugs, decides ,with difficulty, and j\

,. Hocking It to rest, bond of$250: ) for his appearance at the l, as:!! ho threw aside tho evening\/ I'uuhlnot bear to part: with her; with $! )nu'cousklcralleehoiv uncertainty,
f And gently clasped within her arm spring term of the Circuit Court.- paper and faced the littlo group in nit her 1 felt I (.'lIlIhlllllllthillwilh which i is the poison and which is the i

, ,* It nestled in her breast Ma : .*"*. The old fair story, patience: with the t'xt-I.\ woman at nan in tho truest:: sense of the word poor old man, called) from bU bed at
v 't Set round in glory' ;. nIL INTELLIGENCE. |the bottom of it. It would bo strangi I'roni"-thl\t moment tobacco never midnight, his nerves unstrung with

l > Wherever life is found; in this world, m\dc: up as far its we an passed my lips. fear, his heart/ aching for n wife shaken ., I
1ft.. t" For oh I it's love, its love, they say, I WILLIAM MclvEE, senior proprietorof aware of nothing but the two sexes, ilf! ".'t5 M) w as I could summon conragi' with a deadly fever, his eyes dimmed<<

t*..:\ .r That makes the world go round. the 01,111' Di'nwcral, died suddenly of a woman would not occasionally hi I Il'nlll'tlll)1l1n) the lady. Well do 1 roncmber with age, his mind overcome with
f A '..' "'' h.<'lIrt.lisl'sehtrdl\ morning; aged found at the bottom of anything good how my heart beams: 1 waiter tll'l'1\111"
A fuir-fiioc-d and maiden .
Fr'n 1'J! ..)', I'luwed through boy the yellow wheat; sixty-four )'l'lIl'S. It is the injustice:: of the thing thai in tho parlor for:her toi-onipdown, anti "Take him away and t hang him, if t

And their handsire elnsiwd together. THE liabilities of Thomas Neil, the makes mo angry. Now, there are > tow :awkward\ 1 felt as: I followed im' your consciences will allow you!I" t,

"jl"f' .\\ll1he flowers grew at their feet, cattle dealer, of J'l'OI'il11.\ ., are believedto hundred of us poor fellows who owe al.wo aide to her private' fitting room. ,Slu. The. etlbct was instantaneous and j i "f
i' n : The old fair story, be $toOOO., Nothing has been heard are, all we have, and all wo l'lIhopl jot t at\ every \pintut'n1v life, and before complete. Currio was acquitted) 'f 1 \ r
_j Set round in glory, from him. Some creditors have not a to become in this world or the next, tit> I bade: her good-bye It was arranged:
.: ':' Wherever life is found ; scrap of paper to show for thousandsof the unselfish love of woman" 4 that I should spend; two evenings 01 PRODIOALITY OF EXULISH -

k For oh I it's love, it's love they lilY, dollars of indebtedness. Tho gentleman's face was:: flushed!' inch week at her hole and to study : .-Aii observant travelerlong WoiJKlNCjMKN. resident I
That makes the world round. and he warmly I and feelingly, on those occasions what she thought; j
j RO spoke very )\ in the
THK; London Times1 Berlin dispatchsavs mining regions, of England; t I"
so much so, that his wife, rocking hn 1 t Vest \
An old and wrinkled wife, : the famine-threatened: portion of v discussing the sorry )plight in which the
man a
the looked forward,
baby. in further end of the to meetings
Silesia () sleep .Nojover 1
Rati- business
district of depression [
I' ', r Amid the fair sprint weather: : comprises:: the left the mechanics :
with tho mistress of his heart
.... '' bor and Pleas with of room, inquired : Iuly ofThat claims it to bo due to t '
\ "f. '. We've shared our sorrows and our Joy' Rybrik a }part ; country,
than I did
.n { .* k God grant we die together," (iliewitz and Bubhlintz\ inhabited by "But why should you care, John ? II more ardently to (those the freedom with which tho mrn' "

RFw *., The old fair story 400,000() persons, of which 8o,000 are has nl\\n\'l\ol been so. We don't think *meetings" with my friend :spend) their earnings/ when work
careful is'I!
I of \
-, Set round in glory, destitute.Ox much about it now, because we have grow my\ personal Appearance abundant/ ; never laying by 1\I\'thill
Wherever life is found ; Saturday the union freight trainon been taught to expect it." careful III'm$) conversation: liar n rainy .In\'. Referring'to the mi g tl

For olij! It's love, it'*love, they say, tho Railroad parted *"Bnt you should cure and you 1\I\lllItro\'l'\ in every way to be worthy 11l'I'sllO says : :'.\M general thing neither '
'J;. That makes the world K<> round 1.V while descending a heavy grade on the should I fight for each other moro than of the noble friendship. Two years: thin pitmen t nor tho iron-workeis \
I :li"It' do. There is in \passed, ) in this delightful I lIIannl'rtwIIYl'ars
(>, western slope of the mountains. The you ono chapter im saved a PCIIIIIl11rin tho good times.
:'" STATE XKWS. engineer of the train on full steam Iill 'tI history that I have always kept that made me. My I friend I 1I0tollh' In a public house not far from here, !
attended studies
lint locked in heart but uiht I feel to mv striving insow"
'" but the rear part'of t train overtook my tu- ; there was room set apart( Lair a sort of '
', THE Sumter::; ,County Advance wants the forward portion at a crossing and as if it were my duty to open it for the right kind{ (spiritual seed', business. lUull'ullvi\'illlmt'ctillg of iron II IIIIIIISh'I'M
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but she business situation ,
and I do it tho love procured: mo :
struck it with fearful force. Five ('ursWl're your !) once a week. Thl'ml1t, dined, I I'
Drew again. with !friend of hers
thrown from the lI1d1'et'k. of a woman-for t the love of a woman a particular talked over trado matters, and this 'I'
track t
AND Dm'mis is working for the: Governorship ed. II. B. Hoover, hrakoman, was instantly who made mo wht! I am worthy be, where 1 remain to this day. Nobody habit of using a particular parlor ob'J ,.
but God knows what I this
wnnutn.'l owe to
4 they say. killed. tho husband of good twined/ for it the appellation of tho.gatier's
( Why, John taid) firs Haviland I, ')unto. During tho \last' two months / room.' Gunter is tho slang for'' ,,
THE sugar: boiling is n pleasant boom THE London Daily Airirs says : Wounderstand softly approachui11g-baby. still hold of those:: I 'O'ltI'S 1 noticed that she ;master/ just ILS buss! is in tine States.

nhout the state now. that steps for procuring a tight to lier bosom"you absolutely grew constantly I pale; : ami I thin); slip Well ono'oil1 ht' four pitmen called r
writ of error in the case of Author 11l''er118 betrayed into speaking ol j
frighten me. at Hit house and said they would like
,GAINESVILLE has a "bus, and thinks Orton, the Tiehborno claimant, were herself. Clml.tillit's'hl'lI would ask j
"Let's have the story, said the rot: {
have tho \
to gallers1 parlor for u .
f hrs getting pretty well civilized taken by Lord Rivers and Mr. Guild, of the group, certain that something her if she felt worso than usual, she hours brass
they'd got some to fl'I i I )
liar Onslow, under the advice of Dr. would I
1 B. good might be anticipated and lie reply : and
ELI McMuLLEN killed S. Young- writ ; tbl'like to set in gaffers' t t
Kin sly, who applied' for a similar commenced, at f first a littlo timid, but "Oh, no! I am little tired-that is and 111Ii.'r'R
Tho favor Clear Water Harbor recently in 1S74\ but it was then refused. It is all." : at ,Jable. was' 'Y' ,
confidence ho .
gaining as )proceeded.'When ordered! half '
granted. They dozen of "P'
'. SENATOR JONES was in JacksonvilleSaturday stated that the case will\ bo taken to I f first came to New York, III I Ono evening oho kept mo by her port wino to begin with. Havingdrank :
the House of Lords for a final decision, sofa much than her .f
the of to seek 'or longer gas custom,
and left for Washington the age my that, tllIlIlIul to tho serVan'irl! :
and that Dr. Kingsly will exercise his while she lesson' ami laid) I
arranged \
tune, I could call myself a precociouschap What, do '
I our golfers generally drink ? .1j
same day. right as member of} the Irish bar to? without danger of being accused i out work enough, it seemed: to mo\ !for 'Oh, sometimes ono.tiling' and j, ,' 4 i

"UNHAPPY domestic affairs", caused appear for Orton before that tribunal. of au unusual degree of selfappreciation. months." *: time another; they has charnplvgnoi spmo-,
John Bridges, of Su wan nee county, to IT is officially announced that a dispatch I wad quick to learn everything, W h" so much to-night? I inquired and they has hock, and they has) Hursiundy. .".'
from General{ Bright dated, the had as well as tho good My employer "conscious that m'' heart ached, .' 'Well, let's. have lour bottles
kill ,
I j.JAMEsB Decembers, informed tho Viceroy of used profane language. I .picket; and vaguely suspecting) the cause. of'ock wino.' They drank tho ock
; .TuTEN, of Tallahassee, in a. India that if General Gough was unable, up the oaths that with a "Because dear," she answered\ "I wine, and said they didn't think much 4 4of
t afit ,'of teniporary/insanity shot and to force his wninto Cllhul'with his naturalness that surprise 0\'t'1I11I 'tlclf. do not-want you to como for tho next it ; (hero: was no strength in it. They

killed himself. brigade he (Oo"n. Bright) proposed as The boys in the office all chewed tuba week-1 I\n\ anxious that you should tried the clll\1I11111Jne"Rnd thought i it ,sr .; ,
/ soon aa (arrangements could be made co. This was'a little the hardest job;! have sufficient, work to anticipate, us\ I was nice drinking for ft" hot day,' but 11, :t V
A CORRESPONDENT of the Tallahassee to hold the posts from India to Gun ever attempted) but after two weeks of well as to keep you busy. I think I I too much liko ginger-pop. They then ?r

Patriot suggests J. E. Lee, (colored) of bamakand to advance on Cabal with nausea and indcscrihablu i \ btonmchwrenchings can trust you to bo j.oodbCJ "l John ?'' ordered three! bottles of Burgundy -I"y

_ ...Duval for Congress. a division numbering 8,000) men. A I came victorious, and "I think you can, ma'am- answered After tho girl had taken this last order ... t
telegram from l'i 1.crnl1, dated Dec. 20, could get IWIwith my paper a day IIlm sobbing.. up to the gallers'! room, the mistress( oftho
THE minister editors of the Gainesville says there is no serious fighting. Allis with the best nf 'elll." "ll'I should see your mother, my house discovered that tho '(len'ant "

a. \ Sun went to the Conference andas well. True, every word of it," said a listener. dear boy, before"long, what shall say: had committed slight mistake; the
A Mobile' dispatch of the 20th to her loryou ?
natural the devil run says : hostess had beon making walnut
consequence Last evening about o'clock the steamship "One afternoon I was sent with n "Then I knew all, and'my grid ketchup or sauce, and had put it into (
the paper. Mobile arrived at the wharves of note from my employer to house in knew no bounds. It is of no Lisa to go Burgundy bottles. This was the Burgundy

Mr. JAMES CAMPBELL, of Alachua this city amid booming of cannon, the upper )part ot the city. 1 han'nt on. She died two days after; and whenI : that had gone np in tho gaffers' 1 1pnrlur.

county was drowned in Withlacoochee ,I blowing of whistles, and cheering of the anything to read, but plenty of tobacco, I hear folks saying,''There's' woman\ Tim girl went up to explain,
multitude which had assembled to wel.Il'OlHe and with that I proposed to rnlcl'taillmpl'lf at the bottom of'It, I feel liko telling nnil was, aghast/ to /find that tho sauco
River the other day while on a gunning her hero. ThN is the pioneer during the two or three hours tho "whole world what a woman did for had been all drank. 'That last wino

expelition.'CONOVERour. I. steamship of the dirrrt line between that I must spend in the passage. For me. thou brought us was something like,' ;

Conover wants to be Mobile: and Liverpool. Captain Harriman some distance I did not notice who TltlEh Pull ins LIFE. they said ; it's got somo strength in it,
speaks( in tin- highest terms of wero beside me, but "\'-tuld-hy, a lady it's hot in tho throat; we'll have somo
postmaster at Washington. If thereis her sailing qualities. :She; made the said very softly and pleasantly-'Would A great criminal trial may bo likened Inure of that tho next time wo cornel'

any position that he don't want it is ; trip from Quecnstown to Mobile in 20 you please, little boy, bo moro: careful.. to a great drama. Each) of the opt) They spent $2T in that short and foolish
because Simon hasn't heard of the days and IS hours in severe gale. I am going to a party tli'n afternoon, posing lawyers strives to make u certain drinking bout. It was common thing

office. Mobile can furnish: profitable employment and I should hate to hove my dress impression on tho twelve! spectators for n pitman, who was a dog-Gulcicr, to
for sixteen more ships of the spoiled.' in the jury box, whilo tho judge: !buy lugs of mutton for his animals.
CAPT. ANDREW ANDKION: 'jf the same size.THOMAS. looked into her face. It was the presides to tWO that all is done according Luxuries of fish and game in the local

British ship Portiaw, and two of the WALL, alias Robert Smith, sweetest faco I ever saw. 1'1111', earnest 1. to tho rules of law. One such trial maikcts were bought up by the colliers.
crew/wero drowned at Pensacola last who fohbed the Southern Express officein aid loving, to my boyish heart it was took )place some twenty years ago in They had (the first salmon of the season,
to the vessel New Orleans, of JIO.OU+ ) in December, the countenance of'an angel." I Indiana. The lawyer fur; the prisoner tho first cucumber, tho first) (bit of lamb,
week. They were going 1868, was arrested in Chicago a few daysago. I What in the world did you say? was Joseph G. Marohall, n great orator.'t'ho the first partridges, and tho first pheasants. it
from shore, and were capsized. interrupted Mrs. Ilavilandber bright successful in which he "
being taken to New Orleans way put
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mate with ,she how the evidence for the defence
THE Levy county Grand Jury found he a confession of the robbery. eyes filling tears, as saw I and the
Being arraigned before a court Wall the memory of this beautiful woman (power of a single sentence, arc both OUR un'-Mr. L. A. Weaver, of
U becoming
that carrying cOllclleJ'cnpons : pleaded guilty, and was remantfed( to affected her husband. exhibited in tho following narrative of Ohio, M)'\, wo as farmers should teachour
a grievous crime in the community prison in default; of 10,000) bail. His I "Say I There was very little I could) tho trial : children to love the country and 1 '

and recommended that per trial will take place/ at an early day. say. I think all I did for some time I Currio was an eccentric old man, I rural scenery : keep them away from t

sons convicted of it be heavily fined. The Southern Exprel'iuflicinld for tho was to look. who coupled tho profession of schoolmaster cities and villages, and their dusty
eleven n.-ixe made continued "I managed/ to dispose! of the tobacco with that of "herb doctor." streets, and haunts of vice and misery, ,
.I MARSHAL HICKS, of Live Oak, shot and past persistent years en"rts! to secure Wall's however, and wiped my mouth very Ono night Currio's wifo being taken and they will shun great. many temp

and killed a prisoner who was attempting arrest, but they unsuccessful untila Care fully, all of which I felt certain violently ill, ho gave her what no took tations. Wo should teach them that x

to escape. Hicks claims that the few days ago./ After the robbery Wall she saw and mentally commented to bo calomel, (but which! proved to boaroenic. (1\rJ11li(l' is ono of tho noblest of fallings

accidental but the coro went to Texas, thence to New York, upon." In the morning she was u Give i them the advantage of as good: an
shooting was "
where he married under the alias of "Have you a mother little boy ? she corpse.Alarmed. education as we can, 'and all the accomplishments -
ner's jury brought in verdict of wilful ) Robert Smith, and finally settled down next asked l, in the same !low tone. at what ho had done, the they require'and they
murder against him. in Chicago. No, ml 'I\ln'" I answered, and I felt old man locked) up his littlo cabin and will grow up useful men and women.
my throat filling up, and I knew I mn..t tied the Ilci blJOrlHl'KI. A week later Make home pleasant and agreeable,
THE Gainesville Sun, the other day, Oiw( GOVERNMENT: 1>tnSF.D.: } x. swallow mighty fast to keep from sob the smell of the decaying body attracted and then will be less leaving the homestead '

nominated "Col. John Smith of Alach Governor Hublunl was one of the bing. the attention of passers, and Curriewas farm fur other places of amuse

. ua" for Governor, and before the ink speakers at the reception of the Gate "You have a father, then I oiip- indicted for murder. ment. Enter into their innocent '

was dry on the seventeen letters City guard in Hartford His speech )pose ? !' she kept on. Marshall, believing him innocent of }{:allies with them, and we will (feel thotuappy r
paper contained the *Toll declining the nomination and thirty and brilliant definition of the American Brothers and sisters ? fund him. Tho only witness railed for have young hearts if we are growing" "

accepting it were received from "John government : ',\nIl what we are "Neither, rna'am." the defense<< was Dr. Cornell, a well old I I
Smith of Alachua." to-day, that by God's grace we are resolved "Then the little boy is all\ alone in known physician of Madison. Mr. :
to remain, one and undivided the world ?" Marshall, without preliminary i questions SICK 'OUI.TuV.-Tlte American'ou: /-. .;.,
IT i is currently reported that the Savannah under the constitution ; not a score or "..\\1\ alone, ma'am." handed him two littlo )papers, try Journal says doctoring sick fowls is jt
Florida and Western Railroad, more of dissevered or clashing nations, How long has his mother been carefully folded, and asked him to I generally unsatisfactory, for it is too
formerly known as the Atlantic and bristling with standing armies and converted dead?" and the dear woman looked inform the jury of their contents. The often the case that the sick !bird dies

Gulf- will build during the coming year for self-defense] into military away from my face and waited until I physician took the (papers, adjusted,. before the remedies applied can bo
railroad from their line at Waycroos, barracks, but a constitutional unity-a could speak."Two spectacles, and carefully just this side of Jet-sup, to Jacksonville.This nation, or call it what you will and years," I answered. contents.: Not satisfied with this, he Aside from this, a kick bird is so apt to j
when completed would make the' wrangle about term a* we may, a Federal .\ntl you loved her? carno next. took up a little of each substance infect the other members of the /lock
. runnning time between Jacksonvilleand government supreme<< for Federal Dearly," was all I could say. sifted them between his thumb aunt that it is generally best to kill the sick ,.
Savannah about seven hours.- purposes and cap.iMe of self-defence, "She wa silent for a. moment, and l forefinger, smelt them, and as u final fowl and thus save tho rest froln infec r
) Hun and Frew. not less against enumif* from within then she said so sweetly-oh I shall\ I test, tasted the least bit of each, tion. Cures may be good enough ; but

REV P.. P. PARCELL (colored) reprimanded than enemies from without- very never forget it : "I think sir, this is arsenic, and that then preventives, in the shape of .
in the Union "And what do dear calomel."* good care and management, beat them
one of his dock a few days State abiding not by you think your I ,
since for criminal conduct but 'his leave and suffrance of any other,' but mother would say-how do you think I "That is sufficient, doctor," said Mr every time., ,,
n brother was'not very 'docile and an altercation of constitutional right and remainingthere the would feel-to know that her little Marshall.\ The prosecution had nothing A MUNI
; PA. minuter while
took place, after which the too, not of caprice or grace or boy was guilty of such a disgusting I to ask marrying -
reprimanded member of the flock applied favor,. but of constitutional obligation, habit as this" pointing to my cheek, I This closed the evidence, and Mr a couple recently, was rather disconcerted -
to Judge Witherspoon for a warrant and every, one moving in his own where the tell-tale quid 'had vainly .M1\f.hnIl1'owin to the court, and turning he on asking tho bridegroom if a
and had his pastor arrested ppon sphere of independent, l local self gov. 'tried to stand its ground. to the jury, thus addressed them : Wlwillinsr his. to take the young lady
wedded wife his t
the charge of an assault with intent to ernment by its own law, as in the "I must leave now," she continued, "YouHionor, and gentleman of the his by scratbcing,
kill. The pastor then had hU refractory great gravitations of the heavens each but her U my card, and if you come jury, you have noticed the absence of head but I'd and saying : "Yen, I am willing n-

brother II:, A. Thompson, arrested star keeps harmony with the sun, but to me most any evening, I shall\ be proof showing any criminal intent. her;sister." a much sight rather have

upon the charge of living in adultery.The holds its own orbit, and ha its own glad to ice you, and perhaps we can be .Nowa if, in the broad light of day, and >
cases came' up'be'ore' Hi Honor, glory and refuses to be absorbed into of some service to each other." aided by thedelicate sense of touch,and }:EVERYBODY is after the 1ioo', share : t**,:'

Judge.Witberapoon on Thursday last,' the central maul ..She gave me her little gloved band, of taste-, and sight, Dr.Cornell, learned that is the inane thing. '!
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: FLOUTDA .Mnmou.WEDSESDA fRAiINaaOR CHILDREN.' the world, much to the disgust of cer, methods and (faithful servants, mm ; A. B. NOYES '

\ -_. __.__- __ .. .. ... no ___ The multiplication of Police Gmrltcs Lain American editors, engineers andstatestnen ,wholly subordinating that other quesjtion i. ,
k w: \:* ". r, DECE\1nElllJ"J U. and other records of crime, full of Unprofitable who }have not ceased to op, 1 ,-"how much did you do towan i t I.Orocer

:'u.'>,'- .---. -- .--- -. --- .. vicious matter, which'are" 'pose and denounce, the scheme cour' electing our present chief magistrate t'' I and Ship Chandler,

i ..*., HOLIDAYS. exposed for sale in ,a manner, to draw, ageously; I and persistently advocated b.\ T:forms in llussiu and the Czar.-the e IIIU.LF.R IN I

Ours Is a b1 rtl-wurking people, ; we the attention of children, has led the M. De Lcsseps.' In truth, such charges Russian\! Emperor, is said to have beet PROVISIONS, LIQUORS ETC ,'

do not mean preeminently in Florida: true friends of childhdod and youth to ':re made )by Admiral' Ammen amid 'intent Upon' largo:\ plans of adminUtra- A:_ / ;

although/ the, contrary opinion !should provide for them a diet both more attractive ()tllcr_ in the most, public and solemnmanner .
tive and ,
parliamentary reform ,14
up to I Agent for D. F. AVERT ft CO'S
not lie suffered I to uiu'liallcngi'd! and wholesome.The : .
go more \ ns regards the nnwoithy influences P1owS.I''
.. the last attempt upon his life. Now .. ,
, .' "Tlie population of our.\\1 ole country Hoys'' Froltsart we have not seen i employed by De Lesseps -
question of personal safety is: CKNTttU STliBHT,
are earnest and vigorous workers, and but! can safely recommend from an I and) his friends during the spg"iof\ and how defend .
to the
1 have l hut few In contrast I with the original very 52.lf F.EUSASDISA, FLA.i .
holidays. early acquaintance f the Paris: Congress::! and previously to enrt'ofthc stntc 11 lilt of sodet '. His mind --- ------,
with the hundred play-days of Spain: work, which, in its llelinl'ltiolor\ the 'L l'curu the adoption of his favorite ) .
{ is often represented as deeply affected, A\(1I: : .t and Italy, the Aineiiean citizen hardly adventures( of knights and warriors; in )plan, that;we might hope the nCl'useg'entlemnn by the dangers through which} he has

v la a expects to enjoy one-tenth of f that nun the, :Middle Ages, and in the relation of would reply and refute as passed ; but the accounts given of mental Bakers and (Confectioners,

; her during the entire year And downto many curious\ customs of those times, publicly tos the charges were presented, I alienation do not to be

old age, in many instances, his laborious has quaint and artless' simplicity' nail and if possible, before the same body firmed Ho acknowledge appear in a letter con. CHOICE GROCERIES: : '.'

,,. ., 1 life l'Olitilllt'S."C'I'e it only inlidding : gives a multitude of taking little detailsin which. listened to the elaborate statement :
recently published, which relates in hisown AND '
+. J to the pel) 'iocls of recreation and description which must render l'rois6art \ of Admiral Ammcn-viz.: the ">
language the "
\ rHlll'c1ernuslslIlt
; rest, the increasing disposition to make almost as attractive to children as Geographical Society of New York.8m'I'rJ : of TOYS, AND FANCY ARTICLES .' :'
the a
year, extreme prostration
Y: "?.1; a full holiday of Christmas, and to improve is i their) famous*' friend, Daniel Do Toe, } resolutions have: been submitted and mental, which followed, physical )that WFDDIXGS, i ENTERTAINMENTSTlCMCS And ':t.'

i; in the same manner a few days and, no boy' 'expeds to find any book ) to the Congress, at U'ashington' and the furnished nt the shortest notice at i

, ... .. before. and afterward, ought to bo welcomed quite as interesting as "The Life and relative to the inter-oceanic "ship, canal\ escape; has no recent doubt attempt tended to at assassination increase RUCK no. TOM t 1'i4ICE': atSIVH

by all those who, not loving :Surprising vVd veiltures of Kobinson Ci u- eestatingandmuaintaiii i IJ the". 101l1'u' his \.. :n4\.n'EUY: ,
! idleness believe that toil should be soe" John Froissart's Chronicles of the !, apprehensions tn deepen
not doctrine
,,,: l:!, ; ; and favoring the Nicaragua: his gloom with regard to the future.It Centre Street, opp. Post-Otllce. .
', unbroken and excessive and who Black l'rinceinch 1 others'oinpitnlons l'UlItt.hile the "
sic many urging appointmentoi .,
i is said
that tho
Empress also is '
'II occasional from labor and friends (five hundred exceedingly EDO rTE :' :
count respitt/ years engineers .by government/ to make depressed, and that the II. iER. :

": .and some:! positive amusements as ago, approach: very nearly to the charms, fresh and more thorough surveys. And of abdication has been project l ,.. ,

111 'r>,.. ,. among the blessings:! nl\llthe necessities of style which have made De Foe's lit. now appears) \ pinj/ular report to the in the imperial: family.seriouslyconsidered A Fcriinnclinn, JTln., S .
of ldl' tie book a favorite in so many\: countries \ elleet that the CoutDo?,: Lesseps and
: tendency to insanity is supposed with
And then there is rest of another) and languages.::! General Grant, (tbe'\lattcr known to DEALER INrINJ3 '
good reason, to have been manifested
kind to be considered, and sympathies!:: llnrpcr's Young People, an illustrated befriend the Nicaragua/ route,) may by l by several of the Czar's

:, and wants of another descrdption'vhiII weekly, i is in point of style and external some! marvelous stroke of diplomacy, of them all ancestors; ; no ;
one with
: 1 I should not be overlooked. It is natural beauty, as wllIns in contents:!, the most in the spirit of international compromise met somuch

i : ) and is t fitting that: in alf our communities attractive and desirable periodical to and Conciliation, be' led to unite as has befallen that was the personally liurrassing Fa mil y G cc c'oodrovisioosl Y
;3i some reverent and! religious be put in the hands of our children.It their forces, to agree upon one and the who if ,
1 i is strongest intellectually,
I thought should ho bestowed on a Christian new-only ,seven numbers have same route, and both of them labor to Customer*can rely upon getting Choice Goods, II
appeared. The matter is original and has certainly shown himself! to be one nothing but the
az festival, more or less heedfully fresh writers secure its success.. ol ,
prepared by practiced the kindest and most philanthropic .
1 observed by millions of men in the such great novelists as George'Macdon. of European: rulers FINEST HIMMKS

4)) 4 most.enlightened nations of the earth., aid being among its contributors! ; t there FOUEIGN'aOTEfi..
the of His is in it a \'uI'i"tof riddles, of letters, The Afghans' / !/.-Another _. are krjit- In Block. -
who ----
although precise day
'(,;."- of stories, and pleasant bits of poetry French JUiniatry.-After a vote in the tight place for our English cousins in N i'NSA'T COLLEGE ,
birth has ascertained
been have
never : '
: ,
1 and many illustrations admirably executed. Chamber of Deputies on the 21st, sustaining Afghn 1istnll. They have abandoned 'J'
:)t chosen on this day to celebrate the i iri And this little weekly I whichset '
the Cabinet, but, 8howin that Cabul, have entrenched themselves FOR YOUNG ,LADIES
1 coming into our world of Him the out with furnishing. only eight pages .
a. majority of the Republicans were not strongly at a distance ,of two miles ATFeriiaiKllna
for its readers, is already in such demand -
,;lad tidings" of, whose advent, eight .
in their favor all of the Ministers Florltln.ATHoionoir .
that conclude met fl'om'thnt and with
thetpuhlishers' to I city, barely a force .},
hundred awoke .
I een years ago, gratefulwonder double the size;giving sixteen pages of I the same day, at tho residence of Mr.Waddington of 6,000 men are holding their ground Kvar.pii: EDUCATION. RPE-
j and reverence in the hearts of reading matter hereafter, hut retainingthe -s In P.I.N1IN.: < and DliAWINQ.
t! the Secretary of Foreign i against So.OOO) Afghans, Jr1I11of them )IU"I' allll FKiiNCU
-d, lowly shepherds at Ilelhlchem of Jndea, moderate price at which it was begun Hairs and President of the Council i For CirouUrti. address REV, J II. 'MTEPR.Ferueudlaa .
; well armed, and all of a fierce and .
I 'w when the exceeding joy tlmt.was felt of $1. O for one year. I and their resignations which warlike -- ---. J .J.-__ ..,._ _,_Flat _.
-!' _-_- -- . signed:! spirit-men who, if only well! 'led,
"in- Heaven this m"sterof TT CROSIIEE
concerning ,
( n I"I400lJS'I.V CENTRAL EUROPE.Spain were transmitted to the President of are likely to give the British troops full

r, love; broko throng! the silence: of night, ,was visited with ax disastrous the Republic. One of their number occupation for all 'their valor and all eGIJNS: iJTII-, ,
in the song !of angels!, with, words which has been intrusted with the 'formationof "
I flood a few weeks since, breaking up their resources. The expectation of Fourth St. tot. Centre and Alachtia
hnvo land ,
ISH1CO gladdened ,
I : every ; Vern1.itIngl't', destroying' a number\ i a new Cabinet which no lloubt'will relief cherished by the English commander FERNANDINA

e!. '. fJ.\: >','' j r "Glory iVml on toCudiii earth the,hlght'IIt; of lives, and turning thousands of families lie strongly republican, although, periia'ps as admitted by all the English Guns made to order 'Huns and Pi'tol 1..,bought FLA. ,

.. 4 ...,.,Good will to men.peace" out of their homes ; the compassionate leavened with radicalism. Time journals, points to India_ alone; and the 101r! lowest exchange-prl' ei. oukii Work repaired In Iron or and brm kevi done

it 4. in Franco and Spain are still Ministry goes:! out in consequence of a through the mountain, passes and fastnesses All order' promptly attended to.
1 .tt TlMRUCTOOf" yORTUERX...U'IUC.LA I occupied with endeavors 'tf relievo the division of opinion' among'the repi.1hli.cnns' of a country difficult to traverseat : Work uot called fur lu thirty days will be sold for

t" geographical? society in Algeria sufferers? Following this' inundation who have a large majority in ,the any time, troops will now be obligedto GOOD FINE LAUNDRY SOAPAT -

*J i gives to tho world some interesting information was an excessive degree of cold in House. !. march totheirassistancca'distancoof A
t, concerning Timbuctoo and some parts of Europe ; frost pad ice The British Cicil SrrL' (. .-It i is now two or three hundred miles, fighting THE-

other African, cities, obtained from an' and snow, such: as had not been knownat claimed by some\ advocates ,of U. S. their way against hostile tribes. The Florida Soap

Israelite Rabbi of Morocco, who was so early a.period of the winter dur- Civil Service! Reform, and particularly country is vast in extent, embracingnot Fact'oryJACKSONVILE

i traveling from Timbuctoo to Pnri8.'l'1'ho ing the last forty years. And the pres by i Mr.: Dorman. Eaton, who has less than 22.3,000 square miles,1\ FLA.

r inhabitants, ho says, jire Foulah eat'veek! wo receive intelligence of destructive the request of President Hayes, territory four times the dimensions of ,

l negroes,'and there are no whites ; it isnn : Hoods in central Europe, particularly in\ exhaustive study of tho civil serviceof FIcH'ic1I111l1 having population of

Arab town, built like those in tho in Transylvania: that have Great Britain, that the reforms, as 5,000,000; fortunately for tho English, llosiii. Tullow, Wax, NkliiM, Furs,

interior. The population i is CO.obO ; it laid under water vast tracts of country, regards appointment to oillcc, tenure the inhabitants. are not united in making -
Sugar, Syrup a ml Oranges
is !six: miles in 'circumference, and i is weeping away bridges and houses: of office doing life of"'good behavior; war on the invader; some of them t
cattle and grain 'h district six villages may prove his serviceable and Ispflllfde'lIds Taken In eichanga For Price List, etc., address
tho one
size of
represented as being nearly ; and similar changes, proposed in this It is to be hoped, in the interest -
Marseilles, France: Tho town is, in have been ruined near the cityof country have actually been carried into of humanity, that the brave Englishmen "SOAP FACTORY,"

fact, a collection of villages ; it is situated Arad ; and that city, remarkable for etl'ect in England, whilst ancient abuses who have adventured into such P.O. Box 989, ((16-Sm) Jacksonville FII.

; within nn hour's distance-two or its fortress, the capital of a large district that flourished in Great Britain a century a wild region, in obedience to orders --
miles-of river and) having a population of OOO they could not disregard, are not to be MONCRIEF HOUSE
tho great Niger ago are still retained and cherish-, exterminated, but to bo delivered, dur-

which passes to tluj south of the town, i is reported as being ruined and its imong us. The spoils} : system i is dug tho closing days of the year. At ST URS. BUFFINGTOIT

Hawing from the,west to tho southeast.The t. inhabitants driven away Many entire represented} as being only a modern the same time, the greater: part of the ,

river is subject to regular over- families having tied into the form of the feudal system ; the theory outside world will ,say : "They had no CORNER OF PINE AND FORSYTH STREETS,

Hows, which 'fertilize\ tho land ; the inundation neighboring woiVls, for refuge were which supported it was that the government foreign business, policy to bo which there;;now it is rules an unjust in Old, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

extends to tho walls of tho frozen to death" Ten thousand personsin was established fur the king's England.\ "

town. The, ruler of the country, who thct part of Austria are now rendered benefit, and not for that of tho people .- -- -' TERMS 81.50 and $2.00 PER DAY,

is styled Sultan resides at town called homeless. and it is alleged that the theory is C* "I O ;K per copy, when went In club ofM: According to Location of Rooms
; ,> 1 ..or// ') i is the price of the IMIILADiIMIIA :!.-
Ahmet Allah, which has population Transylvania i is a. region of countrylarger !Still the tame substantially& the.,only WKKKIA" T1MKS: ,, one THIS WELL-KNOWN HOUSE IS CEN-
-i year, to any aUilrewi.K located, and tuning been renovated
of'lOt ,OOt soul, and is situated twelve than the State of South Carolina modification being that with us, in tho Ct fIHT copy, when tent In club of 10, throughout will be kept aa u tlntt-chixa\ house 41

,e leagues: from Timbuctoo. Tho road ; it contains more than,000,000) inhabitants 'model republic," party is biibstitnted'for t*,1 ,) '1'111.WlmKI.Y It the price of the TIM I'HILADKL-KM, one The North fropriflrew.und Mouth will having spare' had no pains experience for the comfort both-

that connects tho two cities is said to and comprises within its king. George III, before and during -i year, to any at.1rt'1III.l of ua her patron in the in making the house homelike -
borders 14 distinct: races, no country hi Ct I "* espy l to wattle Miil.M-rilxTd. in any ., _,city: -tt111I1)I"O"d
be 'covered and War full .daoOall
witlv villages garden our Revolutionary gave / ,prieeofthel'lliLtt)1Lm'IIIAVEIKIx fur
tho world having no great n
Crops of rice, millet, tomato, sorgho, variety in probably its population within; a territory fiiett! to tho system of rewarding par- any! address.TIMES: one year, to Sale Properly

onions and turnips are produced\ of such limited extent. Tran- tizans ; he was sincere and patriotic, O/-' f\l\ For Six Dollar we will send three 8uhncril oflera for.,,1e ten acres of land

I abundance; ostrich feathers: gum, ivory b.vlvania separated h by tho Carpathian yet narrow, obstinate and rclentlcfS, -O,;: I),\J V/ copies WEKKLY of the TIMES IMIII.ADKU'IIIA one year, to !i I THE\ and Uronaon, Levy,County on the,Atlantic Fla., between Gulf and Arredondo -

gold dust, lead and copper arc also llonlltailllfrom Turkey, and\ its entire ind he marked for punishment everyman -- any a surface lies in the basin of the river the IHTHOII Heiutini us the money .I improved. under good fence, and haa a. comfortable "' ,
M articles of export. Danube the numerous tributaries of in Parliament who lid not suppose a trgryof the ANNALS OK THE i frame hoU>ie. There are SO! peach tree* the
: WA I!,a beautifully illustrated volume i I 1'fi" and the Honey I'each 125 vine
r is iu the direction of these cities his favorite "I h\vo ; grape *
I It i which have overflowed their banks. measures. of Ml puffer the retail price fecupjiernong and The of tho is ancientone of which la I'ou11)ollan. years of age; and a large variety of valuable
that the French authorities are projecting name country an right, he said, "to expect hearty ornamental ahrubbcry.

I'i. n railway ; the government has and goes back to old Roman support of every man in my service AVE UNHESITATINGLY CLAIM. FOR THE This property la in a healthy and fruitful aituati -
times ; it is: aid to he derived from the ". GEn. HUUNhlDE..
just made grant of $l, OOOO,( to commence Latin words, train ylrat, beyond the and J shall remember defaulters." PHILADELPHIA 17-tf- Mirror office Fernuudina. Fla.OTIIEETV .. .,
its construction. yroiva' or/omxte, and was probably givento The growth of popular liberty in -- ---
it by neighboring ,liibcs on tho west, England: it is now declared, has brought I WEEKLY: TIMES, ,
REVIVAL OF TRADE IN F.1 GL.t 1'A. who were separated from this: regionby about tho abandonment of the feudal I FEn AS1>IN4. ILAUtDubrtirtr ?
That it i I. the LARGEST. the CHEAPEST: and
The almost impenetrable forests.AIMIRAL the Ill-XT study journal pubhttheti. Write to I and Dealer In Cook and Parlor
London Times traces the improvements system ; that is to say, the doctrine u
for a specimen copy and udge for youmelf. In
r in the condition of British that governments: arc instituted\ for. Itacorunln.ttsereulerv+-U find ALL TUB NEW. 'Stoves Heaters Ranges
AMMKX A\D 1L DE J.KSSEP& ample of Editorial Poetry Uterury Article ,
trade to.tho revival and recovery of industry the benefit of governed, has beenpratcticialIY *, Stories variety and sketches. Tale ol'l'nn'f'I. fVNii- ,
in the United States It adds Brit- ton (io sIp, Interview with Prurulut'ntIf'n.: Financial Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Roofing
Count Do Lesseps, accompanied by applied in Great UeporU. Dramatic OiticHutia, Religious and
that "tho-self love of some appears tobe his family and a part of engineers and tin with more thoroughness than Tiding Agricultural and DoiueitUo Article,and Guttering."i': /
every other feature that can make a |seer valua
wounded by this admission." But scientific friends: has embarked for the in this: country where it i is com- : ble. The muicellany of spirited writing, cot'eriniretery Just Received 1 ,* ,
.riet'and of MI hject and thought,
the Times thinks that such persons Isthmus of Panama, where he is: expected nonly held that certain class of men will btt l maintained a*range of old hy contributors who .Urn consignment of Store
be consoled the reflection arrive the present month to the dominant of land at the head of their eciaUiea. .
ought to by to belonging party A special feature will I* the continuation of the TilE "COOK'S

that if England is dependent\ on other and after receiving some public honors the day have a right to all the officesof by"ANNALS soldiery,North TNER'AR."graphicallywritten and South,descriptive of straws JEWEL"Is

countries to a considerable extent, the which the President of the State of government, and subordinately to and errnu in which they took an active part one na< chapter of which will, in each number NOT be uudernold,
interdependence is mutual ; if revival, of Columbia has decreed shall be rendered that right questions of personal fitnessare The.- Aunty have proved appear valuable that the Ml Corner 3d and ASHE bU.

trade in the United States helps to give to him by representatives of those to be considered, it being very generally bound iouud an volume iimueitue containing wU,. their first teiie ha Dr. 'AKTIItm
new life to languishing British, industries States and by members of the Presi overlooked among us that hardly 'I

also that dent's cabinet the work the I second in the TEIUISYEAR: '
it' ilJ true,' England by upon importance to formingof DE.YTIS1f

means of those very industries i aidsin proposed canal across the Isthmus will a wise and just government, is its One Five copy cupid,.. ,.S3.00 8.00 I 1 1 Ten Twenty cofiiea copies, ,.. p 2S.UU: .oo Fourth. Street, between Centre /'I

j sustaining and continuing the revi- be immediately commenced. Such U honest, upright and vigorous administration .An extra copy'to the getter up of a Club. and AUehua >Streets.
val of business in the United States. the ,announcement now published to involving ,the question of good 9-tt Time Building.. r1 1adelphia.f 4. ls-tt FEK.(4."f1 '


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THE FLORIDA 'MI1UIOR : ::1i' ItNjN'OlN' A'' 1't4A.

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At the Egniont Holel first-class Washer and
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-.--- -- -- -- -- ----- Y ------ Ironer. Apply at the Office. 10 ) : .
Correspondents The third animal meeting of stockholders _.- -- --... --- flORIDA A mm) LIKE ..l
OL'XAllQ OA.lll NO ':;:!.
And perwrn having bnrinem with this jwper. will of the Santa/ Fe Canal/ Company A Comitctent, ra ruter i r

1.IA1C!' direct to F1.oatDAMIRROR, Fernnndina. I was held yesterday. A number of Can 'lenni of an excellent' opportunity to engage In cfTool June 15lh, 1879.OOINO .

In the management of one of the bet plantation 1 ,

Notice to Itcekceperft.Believing interested parties were present and In Southeastern Georgia, near !St. Mary', oppo- ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK ROVTH. I
I.eaveFeteandln.\ ..,.... .. .10 80 am
follow' Board of Directorsfor f '
that many of our stibwribcrs arc lovers ekctedtime ing Nile Fernuudina Horse tl.'lUll.| place (In fimt-rate "hI' Hurt Koiul...... 18 a m

of honey, and would keep bees eiiotiRli to the ensuing year : ( eo. C. Kixford, condition ; a tine dwelling: fruit of vnrloua kind. trlvOulh.u.\2! 11. tn 1

Mipply: tilt own tables nt least, If they knew A man who nnderttnnds the management of fruit c'YIh AnI" l''tt..n.. .. .... .14 1\0( pr ."1
B. B. wing. L. Jones, Hiram Alderman ArrlHraiuly UrHtieh..... 14'\1' m \
how to lo it,\\e hays made arrangement to up-- tree will lie given n Rood chance. A Northern .. 125
Arrive tllll wlu. pal
ply theta the llrrt.rcptr' Magntinr, u :32piiKemonthly N. C. I'ettitt, II. Raulerson, C. K. man desiring to ,oeenre a place here ho can gain : Ll'a\t'D. hl\\.In.... 1431ru i

at only $/. kn yrar,-former price tl.SO.15eide I Dutton, H. \\'. Campbell and II. Bind knowledge of Southern agriculture, climate, Arrive 1\(1I1\llIe......... 'J OU phi I
a 4* m
!! this we can furniidi all latent book on etc., will find tin! n good point for the "lu.I)'. Arrive Uwt.v p
er. After some general discussion as Tin: FIM: STKAMKUN: !l, Arrtvts '11111&.le'8 ........ ... 3 U pail
the subjects! together with all articles' used In Apply nt Mirror ofllee.rtortdn < I i* Arrt\'a ... .. .317pmArrive "'

beekeeping, nt' the lowest price. The Magazine to the work already/ done, and the WE3TEH1T TEXAS IhnroUm .........33. }lID
reach 2'rrra Arthe \\alito... 3 f K p ruAru j
I II full of Information for and Rivesml for completion to
thinner, }prospects an early
>'o HaiiiekVlllo...... .... 4 64 p mArmo
Vice just when needed each month in the year Santa Fe Lake, the meeting adjourned Foil SSAI.K--.\ line lot of young budded tree, CItY OP AUSTIN, Arrrdotutti... 0 V4 p m .

AVe will furnish the Mirror and the Magazine to principally the curly "rieties-the 1'een-to, Ken- CITY OP DALLAS. Arrive Rattan..... 5 40 p niArrhe

nil who apply,on receipt of the price,S3.00 a >'enr.SuuscutrrioN sine die.The nnrd'tt :May Alexander, Amadeti Ac., with others Aichtr....... a tltll'IU

-- --- Directors organized by appointing that ripen in Hucvcvslon till inter.. For teiitm.Ike. i !'I1'1:.Ullm OP Tills! LINK:; will leme l-'er- Arrive Arrlvi. Otter UroiiKim'reck........ ...... .. 7 8 4rt 4d( p p m in

: $2.00 a '('nr. $1.00 for President C. K. Dutton Vice- ., 1I.1 six months. as ; l'I,c. 16-8. Archer, Al'I'hlllt.'u.% ., Fla.COMMKRCUt irom New York 1'ieri.M l.ast Lit I'r, eery Friday Ari t1'e Cedar Key' ,..". .... .. 9 W pin
President, 11. B. Kwing ; Treasurer, tor Florida at 3 p. in. OOINO Not.rH. .t
--- -- Tin 1.111,1111\ tug no IninHfervtonuike In-t\\een.TuekooiiMlle 1.l'av1'lar Key..... 4 SO a ni
A UOAHD OP TRADE: is talked of, mid J. T. Ferguson ; Engineer and) Superintendent .. and New Turk. oiler the IH-H nod Arrive UoHcwood. 52u a >u
cheapest. trnii"|>orti>lon( to I'l lurid *hii I >| should he organized. Ned. E. Farrell ; Secretary, KF.ItSANm.NA MARKKT--IIUtKMIKIIFKKI.V, Orllllllo" will roc<'i>'e r>|ieelul (1)Eel" \Inindlini 11,01111"11... ... .7Mam

------ 1). S. Place. BV MM. LAM THY. 1''IIKt'r' \t'f'UIIIIIIOdl\"uIlH nr4' Arrive Archer+ .,.. 7 60 sin

THE: steamship! City of A list in arrived aplritsTurpenline.! ............. :%261:11( : Arrive llHtton... H 17 am _I
The financial of tile .
f :( companywere : I'IUST.4The 1,1S8. Arriv Arrnlondo..... .. .. :U2 a uiArrive
Koxin, common strained................. $l 2' ftu SI 3"I
Saturday, from Nassau; and sailed forN'w ........ in market, il liit HMile. 1111.\ a tuAriho
shown to bo in a healthy condition Tur. none trmelintf |iulilienre ..m'I'c.llhl' innt 1I'nlltlll/ .
.. M
\\aUo. .. 9 am 1
........... in nmrkcl.CottonNeu '
York. I Crude Turpentine none( llKKt'TU.\K;, / 7'AXr1'l/.tA'ala'. Arrive 'Ihurstau... .. .. ... ..lu0klii '
thousand dollars
and several are In the need....... -I) w.1\
-- --- -- I Inland yr Connection* made at .'Inc! stars ill,' wllh all leat.i-- Atrl\ol-t.'rktl .........liMuamArilve '
THE schooner Jltgre arrived l'endfor expending on the work this IMMII fur all point on Ihe :M. John', KklitwaUa Tunple.a. ..,..lo4i e m
survey winter. Fr.UXAXDlSA KP.TAIL :MAKKKT.Corrected and Indian liiernndith Trunmt liaiKond Aru L-iwtov ... .....11 Oil a m, }
hero Saturday; and will sail in about a The new steamboat: for canal by MM. Clarke, dealer in Fruits, ut rerimndinn' fur nil\ railroad !Htntioim Florida Arrive Jlaxvlll4....".1 6<> a 111 '

and lake service will probably(' constructed Yl'gl..lbll.l\u.1 Garden. Seed Arrive & ... \\ .1391pm ra 'j \
week for Key West. Thence she will this winter at Waldo, so as\ to \ MIKTAIII.KH.Potatoes : :: Freight and Passenger Rate Lower Lento lialdftlu ...11 4.111: m J
per hullhl.I.1! -10 (eel! 51)) Arrive Hruiuly Hunch..... ... 1 VU p tu 'I'
the Mexican than Indirect Lines
go to coast be ready for the business next season, Sweet I'otntoen, per bushel. 0 l tit) (<* () 73 by Arrive Duttou... 1 :.1.11'11I

as the dredge boat gets through H. Cabbage, |K-r hundred. W (u'y :01111 Arrive I'ttliahan.. ...,.. .. .. :ii6ipmrmu I
A'CIP Syrup. Onions, |x-r quurt.......... li> ( <*i Through lUte Dad hills of Taidiiur to all / Utit !264 pin
--- -- -- 'ow 1'euM, IN.T I>III.hI'IM.! .................... 1 73: < i5duts. \Irl"o *"rllllu<1hut...........'. 3 4u p m
Mr. \V. F. Scott has heen grindinghis : Callahan. TouiHtoeo, [1C.'r .'. OUO)
    MM ibte\merof thin 1.111I'III direct\ frmn Perimndiim -
    FRt.ITIC. to .'\.t r:, .\', I'? under toiilratt' with D. E.: MAXWELL,

    sugar cane_ and this week presentedus : Our school, now in its fourth month, Apple, per bushel.......................... :2HO( <(.1)) :2 ::14' the liahiiinn (eminent, dud are the only xtrn- R\ p.tint."' "oJIJj'LOItIUA .
    tx) (uU 4 IN) merit that land at the pier in N'aiwau.K. .
    with of which is of has been taught'r day "rain or 1A'l\Ion".IIC.'r '
    sample syrup ) lianaim, per hundred.................... :2 ((5)) w> S (K) W. MU'T1IU'K, Agent, CKNTUAL ItAlLUOAD.
    excellent quality,and l leads to the hope shine," since the commencement of Cocoimut,eaeh......................U 10 l.1j 0 15I'Ol'LTKV. Fernandlna.I !
    ... C. II.1.: .\I.I.onY &c ('11., JACK OMMLLK, FLA., Oet. 5th. 1870.
    and expectation: that I t I.increasingproduction the term, the day of Teachers' Insti Turkey*,(ench................................. 1 23 () 1 :M 1'ier 'II I-alt ltler, New York. :2 tf liD 4i\\ a ter tula dale, tr iui on this road Will I
    attendance let-HP, eaeh..................................... 73 .w> 1 tu) -- -----..- ---- run .t follow l .,
    of syrup! and sugar will be tute excepted. Daily average CIII'ken"rowll............................... 33 (.) 40 VAIL AND EXl'flLSS-DAU.Y.: ."

    of the signs of in this for the month just closed was do Imlf-Krown... ?.............. :'II) (00 23 Lf've"III..6 30 pin
    one progress nUl'k".lCrowtl, per pair................... loo( 08+) 1 :23! SI 1. Mary's River Packol.lylr. I.t'""" while| .n 16 put *.'
    section. between 33; and\ 40. Eggs, per dozen.............................. .33 (i!U) ID J Pave llal.lwi11.,7. IX) ]) in '
    --......... .- Bl'Tt'IIKK'M MKAIt Ih'.vo I otbyville .... .... ......7 116 pmLeuva t'
    Election of Mtmontc Ojjicers. :Since a "northeast passage from Europe nc ('r- h'l\k".................................... 0 (( Cnthhnp been discoveredby Pork ......?................................. 8 ((U i) 10 .cftVH Olintre ........ II.J: pin !
    At of Amelia F. & to : \ llutlou... .... .. ............ .. 6 I
    u meeting Lodge, ......... .. ... .. ... (9 10Hiuiiwge ; )1- LiaveMt l..rrl".D ui: i> in
    A. M. the Nordenksjold, and diamonds haveat ........................................... 13 1&:.. Arrive at Lake City.,9: 'M p ru j
    londlnight following
    on FLOCK: KKKD, d.(', I.e.Ye l.tveiiuk. ...3 16amArilvat 1:1I. $
    officers were elected : last been produced from carbon (as!: hay, per hundred jKiuiulH............... 75 (9 IX) ::..::-.. 'Julttuame. 7Ill/ II in v
    announced cable to Corn per bushel.(5)(.U) Arrive m Allui.j.10 46/ a m
    begin '
    P. Scott, W. )[.; N. S. Gano, S.W.; just by : ), wo Oat, JH-r bushel.............................. :\.'\ (.1) 00 Fl.OU.i Arrive it 84va11uat1.9 it a tu "
    count the completion of the Great lIrann"dudddilgaiwrlamisnnltlsIkmta] )| : 1 10 1./I.\'all".I1.: .... ...,. 480 p IUL
    W. B. Thompson, .1. W.; E. 0. Friend, Flour, per barrel............................ II ..) 1ft) unoHominy ar0 lbiiny.... .......... ...10 phi
    Treasurer Jno. Whitney Secretary.The Southern Railway among\ the possibilities. per barrel........................ 4 73: ((i ill Olio( CAtT. JOb: HMITH. Leil\oTall.h..ell........ ./6 46 p tu

    ; Can't somebody) get up a "boom"on Ice, ]>er ton, $10. Ketail 'ilc.I'I'r: UK; per Ib, :Z,'. Will leavi- Fl'rt'lI\IUII""el'l MoN I1' and TJIURi4.DAY l.rivo l.lvu Oak .. .9 16 4 ail t.
    officers will he installed next Lo.I\OI 1..llk.lU) ., 3 60 aml.eaveMt.Carrie.
    at H m. trom OKNIHt: : Hl'UKKf\ DUCK lor
    the G. S.::;.1 .1Unl."l. ... 4 18amIrfaveOluiieo
    Saturday evening. ... .. ..11.,4 40 a in '
    -.- The average: citizen will) now take TrmleiV 11111 Leave ......d. r"oR.....;.. ...... 6 W aml
    Loss of a Schooner. down, his fire-lock, wipe out the dirt- : 1 s'SRISES. .. a\ I>url>) vile....:. ....B 66 am ..'
    I..tlalcl"'lu.... .; ;.'...... 04U.1I1 .
    >; '
    Uio 8t. Mar
    all lutcrmodUta laudinKa
    daubers and brush tho cobwebs off NETS 111(111 P.M. and ou )
    Uv hire .... .A 4 lArrive.
    The schooner Whitney, Long; Captain RundnytM.21, O.A2: .lift I..17A. >l. '.'..IllMondity Itlver. IIOII fI.I.. '.7111a) lit (;
    tho "little brown .. 1011 ,
    jug. t Jaekiouvllle a mOn
    22 n.Vj: ntn 2.IH 3.11 .'
    nil kmorc has been lost off Hat-
    ; Cape )Ir. Editor, you ought to como to Tiiewlay, ZJ.: O.M: \.IW :S.'N: 11We Ir2 'l'hrulIJh Itllls of I.a I1uagl; Mull aud.lixiicii: | Train Sleeping Cur eau '
    terns. The vessel had made several Callahan Christmas ,We are going to ;'",ly, 21. 8.M: ( ..I17I.n) : 4.M .. throiiMu to mud Iron Javkaonvllhi. to navauiiati I i
    Thuni'y; '" S3, O.M 5.H7. 5.2': ft.U: .. xloo, LDcaa. Rlroflnif far run through to nd Iron
    voyages to this port; and her captain is have "scrumptious" time. Friday, 20. B..M: \.'tw Otw' ii.w; FIIOM NEW YORK by tho IlOllMtTH LINBof Jnoktuurillo) aim T.ll b... 'e. ,
    BTKAMtUa: all pi.luu oil the ht. Mar, .. 1
    &t'cJll 27, O.M ft.OH CM 7.15 .
    well known here. She was hound from ,. *EIINANPINA tXPKLSa. ( ) '. '"
    -- Clone: ('ollnce" IRsve 3* k on>illa....11 14 a 1d
    XI'York to Port Royal, with guano, Council 1'roceedlngs. IT OltDAINKD by the Common Council Arrlvn ll. ldwl.........13' 8u pill

    nnd was chartered to come from that FKKNANDINA November 14 1879. BK of the City of Kernandina : made with the New York sad Kavunuiib Ltoamer Arrive htriianaiim. '. .W3 40 p m 1
    I HKt-rioN Int. That no perHon hlmll' \Ire buried Leave,.,.10 OU a tu
    port to this and load with lumber for Council met as a Board of Healthat \\'llIlllIllIe luniu of this oily without u itermlttiigned Mark all.""KId. "Care of itumuur Miyttnwur Feruaatihu L"ri\u 1III.I..ln..M> 1 VO p mArilve

    .. in wrltpig by the City riiywinn' or In the JIIc..k.ouv.UCl......................J Uft p m
    New York. Her crew. were nl1l1l".ed.! the regular hour. Present : Norman nhNenecof auelt phyNJeian .hy l the Mayor of the (1OOD ACCOMMOD \TIONH far rmoeiiKeri. Ex FafMi'UKiiri fur K rnaunliia and Oedar J Key take

    -- ---- Brownson, Mayor ; T. Kydd: President City. curdouUti and Tnurlita Mill find fiia a very at. this tralu. train how UalUftlu to Cedar Key ou t"
    SKC. 2nd. The application for such |HTiiiit tihnll
    Railroad Opening. tra4'tlve limp ... the, auriixry In grand and alllgatom r-uiiday.
    Council I ; Councilmen Isaiah Winch, he In writing und sale the name, age, Hex, 111.1llall'6 anti other Kline arn kbundaiit. I'ulw&u I'aliice Sleeping rare run through to and
    CINCINNATI, December 11).-A )large Daniel Baxter( Chas. of reHidcneeof the decniMeil IMTHOII.Sec. For further lulurmitlon apoly to from Jaiknuuvlile mid Hav,uu.h| also, ibroiiHhluepiii I
    Angel.t : 3. The KTinit Hlnill Is' ICh'ell by $wild l'hy.
    meeting of.citizens was held this after ( .' I'.r. between JaokvouvlHo ana ail utyowcry
    A motion to raise quarantine; on all hioiun or M.iyor, l'I'rllf11I1C I IIHIII| Hiiid, iipilieationiMeorreetly | II J. IIILUVOS, Ala. )
    noon to make arrangements for the tin |K,wlble\ the ('IIUJt40 of the death of 3 VI I Feru.ndlna, Fla.'V1I..H. Johns! river
    seconded JjcknrnUH" Ihn
    aiutcarried.\ Uuiiiifi'ti ut with M.
    entertainment of the Southern businessmen ports was ",.,1.IIIl'riloll. and deNignating the pluee of luirlnlund .tll., en; kt llithiMlii) "lti, A. U. & W. I. I.
    : :
    The.tin Clerk instructed to c. i)uuYiifGeneral
    was nlintr Hiieh |>rnnt with the Clerk of the city, .
    lor cedar Kr Oalneavllie ) anutua and Iot4Noilli
    who will be invited here to the ), err p
    who shall the to bu at recordedlit .
    ician. euiiHO wtme once
    inform the Port
    1'Imy .
    .11,1'UII; at Lake t Ity with J. l It M II It.
    of the Southern Itailrond. It hook to be for thus .
    opening: u kept punMi+
    lor lallithiiMre, mvaii-i. h. and points
    No further bu appearing the Commission Merchant AIIJ..ul.
    1"1All nnd all otUeiAtlnjr at the
    '' : ,
    ) perHOiia ,
    i is proposed to have from 15,000 to _-),- of Die .Sortli und We.t. .1. b. McKLIiUY.:
    Board adjourned burial any (termm buried eontrary to pro
    NKJ guests, and among the suggestions: T. KYDD viMlolII' of thin Ordmanee. or any |M'rwui certifying Centre at., near It. U. Dop t, W. M. DAVll'SOV, 'irauiporlaUon.'. .
    fur burial I In Lv"llltwills
    for their entertainment arc a monster or Kruntiii u ixrinit F and d
    trident U. T. A. c-7
    of Council shall be liable
    it" ,
    or contrary tu proVIsions FLUNANDINA: FLA. .
    concert ut the Music Hall and n banquet ---
    Attest to A fine of not less than t..lI. or morn limn liny
    "at the same place on another evening dollar T. K\'))II. 1'. its M. 1L. ,11.OrrirB .
    CHAS. Acting City 1'recldent of Council. J.
    whirl shall of
    t'l'lipsllwthing .
    -- -- Attest 1'tf ._ _._ or ROrrf5Tn5DUT 1
    '- -- '-- ---- --
    the kind ever given in this country. \annau College CIIA.. ANCIEL, Acting City| Clerk.' 1'UJAUU.X, I'LA., lab 2. 1\ITU J j
    Energetic measures are !being: taken to Reopened Monday: October 20th. "" -- -- Mits.: ANNK CI.AHKi:, : Ou and if tor this date pi**.DK.r 'train* will run

    secure large contributions to carry out received time and the Christmas PresentsEKOM aafulluviat 'r
    at at
    Pupils any NIGHT MAIL DAILY.v *
    the proposed programme on a liberal I I Dealer In the cholceitFrult.Ve oJ
    usual rates. Leave I''halUliooulite IUver..3 46 p ut

    scale. To the citizens of Florida this insti- volt :J VJ'HYJlOU'\: Leave (Jutiicy ....tUUptit
    Arrangements are now being made Arrive at latlah/INee..i.nu6 3u pin '1
    tution affords: every facility near home ; Confectionery L>.live Tillai a.>."..... ..". 0 43 pus
    for delegation of business men from fur the thorough education of their our large utook of Fimiiture one can Leave DrdLn.Y JU p mLeate

    here to visit Cincinnati on the abovementioned a valuable und l euutlful I I Clirl-tmiui *O. &0., Jtlatlliini' .,.lu 110 put
    daughters.:! _----,_ Present for old or young. Arrl'.C.Ln.O.Ir.. ............. 13 05 am '
    occasion. Third Street between Ceolre and Alachua HtretU, Arrive,....,lu 13 sly 1
    Some More Handsome Marble Top Chamber Sets Kvroandlna H*. . 7-tf Arrhe at' 16 ant \
    heave Live U.k.3 80 I
    Of those nice French Broadcloth nndTWl't..lf ant
    Geographical I'u zri e. IJIack Walnut Pallor Sets, WILLIAM F. WOOD Jr. Leave Lake City./ 00 a m
    I was awakened one morning bj Coats still on hand, and will be Arrive at Jacknouvllle.... ... H ou am
    sold out much below cast, by Pretty Cottage Set, Leave kaunyille.' ... ,'......... 6 46 p m*
    Hong Kong: and as the air i was Chili, J oct18 M. DOWNEY. Newsdealer Bookseller Stationer !Rave' Uketlty......IU 66 put
    wrapped myself up in my Thibet cloak Elegant: Kay Chairs, Arrive at Uveuak. .........13 16 sail .
    lined with Sable and busied ---'- -- Leave Albaujr ............".4 46 Pili.
    myseliHeading Full and Winter Clothing. Whutnota, Hook Stands!, DEALER: IN FANCY ARTICLES: Ltiitva. Nav.uueb. ... .... ...... 4 46 p tit ;
    until the Belle called me te Leave Live U.k..2 Ho alA .f"

    breakfast A Pine fire burned! brightly I J. & T. K 'dd arc now receiving their Centre Tables, etc., etc. 312 Ctntre 'Street, -FEKSA.\DI.\A, FLA. L* v. Madl.on........'......4 :30 a tu I :
    and fall stock ot metis', youths' and boys liars Irutan..1 tu am
    on the a Canary greeted Arrrlvw tTIUliii...,.. 1
    & loam
    oiler sa We have of VKKVItOlJiKHM. "
    large awsurbugut
    which at low a
    me with cheerful song. Soon Slave! clothing, they very Shelf Papera, Picture Fraino. ilrark t.. lJnn\', I.e>ve'I'.liar staee..5 60 a m
    brought in ,breakfast which con prices. II ANISOME : (Tapestry Heatu! Croquet N.-la. lUnJ ilai.. -., Cmuhi. llru"he>, etuPvpiteilea Leave (,luluc) .....10 15 a ut
    my In great varlrt). *Iao. Hewlug Machine
    Arrive at Cbattaboo** ;.., ...11 46 s m
    fisted of Turkey* and Moose; well sea The Singer Seu-lng Machine.Mr. and flacks), which make U'uiitiful ChriMtlllllJl Needles UII. etaCLJPYER DAY PAHKKNOEIi-fluudava accepted.

    soned with Suit and : To these 1NKSTAN'. 15 ODt. I
    Cayenne l'rellenLA. _
    John Mackenzie has taken thongenl' --- -- -- I.eave TallaljaaMre.. ....... 080amIxave
    was added plentiful portion of Sand of this excellent sewing ma- !iIIIItllrl. '" "4\ 1.1,:. Lin)d..... ..., ...loikiam
    wiches andMadeira. As I am naturally .) l Call and Examine Our Stock.SAN11OItN Leave. Iridou................... 11 00amLeiv i
    chine, and i is now prepared\ to furnish UNDKH and l>y virtue of an .I' Auctlla....... .. ..........1113.\ a m
    fond of society, I chatted with supplies and repairs necessary for & IIOVT, the <,1reuil Court of the 1'o.irth .l| iveUrvauville...,,........... II 46 a m
    and after 'I had satisfied 6-2w H4H-oi>d H (reel etui Circuit of Floridrt. for N'mmtu ..u.-uly on a
    Marietta, my Le.". )S..I.ou........13 *) pm .
    it. lie sells)) the needle at 2ti cents a -- --- - I judKinent therein rendered at the full t""IUIflll&l.1| | Lav.. .;.ilitllla. .... IU
    first Keene I .... ..2 Pili.. ,
    was at aa-r '. ,
    appetite, : n. Y- ( .lIrt. In favor of the llourd of l'ulll limliuctlon I
    and ) other articles
    dozen, mill) : at the Leave Ll>eOak.... ,......4 OS p tuArilve
    ate rhillipine with her. I bathed her of NaaiMtu Coi-nly, end uguluat Je'iit llilliin, ad.tnlulatratrix |. )
    prices established: by the manufacturer.' at Lake City. ..... 6 Ou p m '. i
    head with Cologne, hut stopped sud 'V..LOII IANN'S of the estate of IJIx-rty 1'illiiiK. deeruMd Arrive at Jack.'U"IU...... ..,..., Blipm ,i SLeave ;
    Call and see the late impruvedSingerthe -:- and tu me directed. I have levied u sin'

    denly on 'discovering that the Slave most complete machine in the and will utter(<>r ale to the hlli wt t.I.M..r.l..fur.Ihe Leave lake Illy .....-............11 Oft p u IiI

    was Peking. I assured him that he world. 3 FAMOUS t'ourl'HouM of Jalur4ry,1s"cJ.r.ld) Yenlr"|M-IIK| the flfth the Uy tlr.tMLnslsy of Lave Lire ". ................I 90 p u ,

    would never obtain .Independence)< unless .aid mouth),within the I legal| hours of mileou mild Leave El a'IJ..2 10 p mL '

    he mended his'ways, although my !Hoot and Shoe PREPARED day, the following ilrw-rilird real estate,or all the L4VeOre av. Ma'llMio..3\ I,1e..r 4 :3D Iu p la .i ,
    FLOUR title and p
    right Interest of the old estate of Uberty -
    disposition towards him was Friendly, A new stock jut received at J. & T. ItilliiiKH. dn-MUMMi llierriii "U: IU 7, H and 1Mev. Aucltu.t 4 40 p nfkave *
    but >should> his conduct prove satisfactory Kyddlt'-- U In lilot-k No. Kl; lots 1,7 and a In Itlotlc t l; I>rlflon ..... ........... .... 04 p n

    he might'' look forward with Good j r r..- -. lute 10 and Uln JUoc-,, Ut I lxit 8, < and 9 In JUCJ('" Leave J4..yda.6 80 p m a
    1 aIx.t\ 7, ltl.M-k 77I'AlI.a. t, 1 and o in lilock :tt| Arrive at,6 43 p m
    Hope to obtain LouUa in due time. I :"h _. Fine. lint ?? ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND Lot 1. Black il; lot 3. Block 12: lx><. 1 and 3 lit MONTICELLO IWANCH.Laatt "' )

    then went out and enjoyed myself in APeace'After J, & T. Kydd have just received a Itlock XI; lute M, V, IV. :-JH aiMl 32. tlok 101 J Lota ),(0Ilt..110-4 3u aud 10 4l a tai. 4 45 and 110 rr
    : I 3. t. 6, 6. )flack IxjU .. &. Block 3.; lx>t. I. :2. 3,
    l I returned, finding that new stock of geut tine hats, latest 4. 0, 5, 7. H. V, ID.311, 1 J. 1.1, 1'. Sti. :XI. 31. liloek >'o.5ft ; Arrlr.w.atDrifton-t 10and II (00 a JD 8 09 and
    8 80
    the children were making Racket, I styles at bottom_ prir1' ,0 tf AT OLD P. O. liril.IUNO. : -all in the C'ltlof Fernaitdlnit. Nassau' County, p m.

    p cent them .to' bed.'l:1lnng a good deal -- -- ----_-- Mate"will' be of neceMHry FluriiLt, or tu au aalUfy uiucli said
    .; of O'f 11; ::. cash, piirclutMni pHviiiK for title. pm.. Motttlc
    at an411 U
    ff/reu p u. t 43 and
    ISA COSE, J. it T. Kydd are now receiving every rnjIIKTY DAYS from this dote I will llell all Kernandliui, Nov 29. 17V. uoxK, Hherinr. "W. ** ". s 1

    ,- ApeTweJre. 'Years.Jonevlllt week large shipments of Fall and Win. _L WATCH or other article that lutve teen arr. InKS nBA'CU.TuneSa .

    ( ,".'((& U1. .,'' }'alda >lft ter goods, dry goods, dress good, clothing against left on band for one year, for the .-lIar t'II Nollee $ .1)ebturl4 slid (Creditor Leave ,.. Tbur..laj* and h.tur
    "VT(TICK U hereby giver dial the h TaIIaLIMe.a.l.a.l ou a m
    J. W. xt 71 ut
    hats and and shoes 8TAHK.
    W.wblDllker. _U> tH-ptemlxrr, .111. Ivitera of ailiiiiuUtratiott Arrive at "I. )larks..a..,.,.,.,,16 Ju am a ,
    which at lowest 'Leave Mt. Mark*.............
    they are selling the Dcemb 0. H79. were granted to the uitd..r.itpied aril he war duly ..II 80 am
    Elections are in order just now. On market prices. -"' -- -- --
    election went off quietly __ )O'OIt RI"F. I loyt.decalsed, UU of N'njuuu WIIIII,.. Therefore Woodruff! LDCM .Ieo"era beiv/aea 1'a'llLhu..e
    Monday the city Xeu Good ,all i-r.on.-heir* eredl tor*,atut utlterlut. a ad J.ak"'IIYlIJ4t: (B all oi,Lt traUia.Cu ,
    and resulted in the choice of D. S. HOOSM rr rent low. in I iiilC rlaima ut any nature wditUovvr against the <>nt.,ti'Niauia le at Ubatia+oih. S wills Peopita'
    Place for Mayor: M. S. Cheeve, Marshal A few cases of nice fall)) good just SEVEn.SICS> ,"' of Centre and Third estate of the fotrecu.AUo. II I utheuticatetl, within two years from the pubJiciUkin Haturditi tor olaialMia. Wadneadaya and feator
    ; J, M. Jolly: Clerk and Treasurer; arrived and now opened in the City the Htcuud story above Mr...,... Hydell tilira. of this notice, or they will be LiarreU, sad dajrs f,r AjtalaUtlcola. Thursdays ,

    \tdermen-Hr Kauleraon, ll'illiamT. Mart, and will be soul without reserve .,curter. Anil ..64 TUird. htrttU.33t all peraO. l'. LAlkO.KDOAR t..

    Cheee, ,T. 'A.''Peck, ,H. Jenkins, Kob- together with' balance pf good now on AI'I.II, !W". U '. ,,1 )I. DOWNEY I to make. ixtymeut.' & WAdILii ,. TUtT 'lk1rrh, I'ade'. L{, '

    I ere Campbell. hand, by M. Dow .,,.' IQ 'b. (:'it,)Iar"r \: 2+lawtw r.( aA I'lell"$ lend.Tnaa. Alt dots ,

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    0 htS.: AlES Treatise on the, Orange Till: FLORIDA
    DY T.,WI MOOBE.rpHH dr T. Y'DD.
    t tI .. vultmhtft work I!*''for agile st the office T TOWN IMPROVEMENT R COMPANY
    ..IJ. Mm.', Trice M rent, .-- ,
    t I ; 1 hid. IH the only trestle wrJ-tf-n for this!' "
    lar ..t'I'lIon1)(1 Kliil it givi lnf>rnialit : _. .,., .. -- ._. -', bo of value to the "ratigo grower in Louttlanu
    . ,J ::;. _\. ('allf'Hnla IU anihor U on'( or the most- OLIDAYLARGE GIFTS "'ERNNDINt'rOWNS \,
    +j"'P' fnl orange growcri Iu the state -_ ON n.ll. LINK,

    County Undertaker, 4.O. CnAl'J'J:LL, AND CKDAU KKV.


    Offers to Lessees and Purchasersa
    f Jacksonville,
    Constantly on handMETALLIC .
    I' has just been received, anti Department is replete with large number of the most eligible
    ; WHITEHALL BOATS, every
    and suitable
    : BURIAL CASES, desirable Lots,
    ; ', USEFUL AND ELEGANT: GOODS for Holuky Presents: in
    SKII'1-5. for Business for.
    l'hl- Wood Collins, YACHTS, CUNNING : Purposes, or ', Cityor
    .Suburban Residences UPON
    YAWLS; STE.iM r t. : / ,
    t In n.wrwooJ, Walnut and oilier wood -
    iv; TEUMS.:
    t1NJJ nT\U 1'U'i <;oons, livery ilcwrlptlon of mnnll craft built to GOODS DRESS GOODS Liberal li:>t'ouuts on Values allowed
    &J* n the best style and on the most approved ,
    # MAHOMO AJUXOTIIEH: KMULEMS: SUUOUD3 el*. Correspeudoucesolicited. to parties cnpiged: in manu-
    14-tf _. ,..
    # AND UOBE8. -- ----- fHctun'ug or i imlubtiifil! enterprises,
    **?,$ For Good Cnetom-made Fancy Goods and Notions. who will erect the
    >'j Emb3.lm1lg' .COXLG* on property purchased -
    BOOTS AND : substantial' ilu pl'O\erueu ts
    K4v* nolle exhumed for removal. Safety guaranteed ,
    i FU'II EILLM: "tt..rte". t.,. for resifleuc-3: or in which to con-
    Orders by.malt or trlrgrapb'will: receive prompt/ t duct their business.INDUCEMENTS
    attetiUrti.heniember. CI{ CASHMERES A SPECIALTY .
    that I to high tl
    am opponed prices. TO MANU-

    '' OFFICE IS' NAND 1fN IIOYT'S OLD ST"RE, FACTUUEIW, by exemption fora
    ed in
    I< quality and price,and will compare favorably with wimples from other cities.
    f, Ian 4 RECOND STt+EET.: term of years from taxation, of-

    fered by the several I cities and

    .W, .. SANBORN* & HOYT, -a Special Goods not in stock: can bo ordered through us, thus afford towns. Apply to ., "

    WHOLESALEGROCERS VIXo' TO, THE, CUSTOMER. of Express find other charges. All GEO.'.D. GILCHRIST, ,
    A t.ftST t.
    carefully filled AT NEW YORK PRICES by our resident buyer. Office Railroad
    ''H ,I' Building,
    : Feruaudinn. 16>tf
    r'M.: : T. d3 T. E-y'DD .---_
    Corner Centre and Second Streets. THE FLORIIIIA ,

    a LUM13EU AND NAVAL STORESProvision's John Mackenzie's '
    1 Groceries
    ):< First Store on Centro Street,near .

    ," 4S-AT HOTTOJf! 1'RICCY.. &3 Road Depot, C.A. L VJ: :' 3NT OA. DSL CompanyOFFERS

    In Store i and to arrive l>y Steamer and Sail: FERNANDINA, FLA. Jacksonville, Fla., '
    '200 Union Ooo 100,000 hart Brick; ltIA.HIILE 'VOI1I :N. 600,000 4I.UlES'Of
    1OO Caoks Uiue .INIUS'rl&I.'L '
    ; .,. the most ACCESSIBLE and
    +i 10O Ki-trn Nails; "
    f 100 Harrcls KKItOSENE OIL, 110 are D. ROCKWELL, AGENT FOR FERNANDINA. DESIRABLE, lauds in the .
    proof, 12 otM. per ipilloit on board train rat
    I! A large Block or Oro cry," Hardware, Ury'Oooda, Furniture, Doors,
    Blinds ; Oils and only $1.25 per ncre to new settlers -
    Has I'uinU Vaniinln-B.
    t ; ,( .. '
    ' F. R. POND, Proprietor. 'DR. D ITRIi'EE'S: with the privilege of selection -
    Ex1'RIMELT LOW 'FOR ( .tSII.t .
    in parcels of -10 acres or more.

    .t I I purchasing Send orders once, or_ call and examine before Shop sUtta/ell'S minutes walk west of : AND KIDNEY PADCURES These lands are located, on and

    "' r SANBORN & HOYT, adjacent to the' line of the Atlantic -
    II 'S-cond M., f'err'alldina. ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Gulf and West India"Transit
    ....... ,
    7 Co/s: R. R. 'from
    extending' Fer-
    ; O. ,S. Oakes ) <'ACTUUli:1t OK Kidney Disease, Fever and Ague Catarrh, nandina, on the Atlantic, to Cedar
    lANUI ',' Weakness, Neuralgia l Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Side-
    Key, on (the Gulf coast, thus affording
    f IRON AM IIRANM ,\ ; Ache Bilious Disease
    Complaints, and any arising,
    to the
    from Disorder of the Stomach Blood. producer cheap,
    CONTRACTOR UlLDER IRON I>HOXTN"ANI) FENCES or constant and rapid transportation

    MannfartaresDU'ACKKTS. For Dwellings! and Cemeteries, of.latent Dollar. Sent ,by mail on receipt of price. : to the best markets.

    discount to Dealcrs.GEO.. The belt of traversed
    MOULDINfiS \WED AND TURN. (a1110 have ttoUrpeittMOrtmeutof \ U"W ti
    r 1 ED att.U''tEIK, NIN't'LR1STAIU RAILS PAT Iii:"'8 III ha Stat+.and can All m.,.t allY HUGHES A BRO age ts, by the Transit R. It. embraces ;
    WOOD 'Vn ter without parties pavlug for the extra
    INU WEAT11KH150MIOINQ: AND pattern No.. 1 West Bay St. ,eor. JACKSONVILLE::; FLA. EVERY VARIETY SOIL i.'
    FLOORING My Machine Ship l' 'urulshcd with the
    I: Makes Improved tools, wblch euabirs my Horkmrn to be found in the State
    turn out worn with the greatest dispatch, a large
    NTAIIl AND (IIUIICII WORK tae lowest cash price. proportion being
    peculiarly adapted
    -l i
    h Agent fir tae WATERTOWN!: STKAM 0. L. JcTSfc EEl rMy
    A 8PE01ALTY.. to toe culture of SEMITROPICAL
    n. CO. and olin furnish their KMC1INE8.: -
    DOORS AND WINDOW VilAMFS OF ALL SIZES. aud 1M W-ftHLI S kt short notice. J FRUITS and
    Ainu. JUD..O.''.. CRLEBIt; TEn STEAM Early Vegetables,
    ,' ''Post Office Bos 171. Fcrnandlna, Fla. EKNOltel: nod KNOWI.KV! STEvM! PUMPS Fancy and Dress Goods and The Large, Compact, Bodies J

    'j&O'">- ...- .. --. constantly prices,freight.n ad hand }'lIr further lulorinatfun Price lists.Catai.'g
    G. F. A VERY, etc aiMrcRx V H. fONU. CAREFUL EXAMINATION by manu-
    No 67 W. Bay St., cor. Laura, Jacksonville, Fla.,
    _P. 0.10X305, < Jacksoivllle, Fl faclurers of LUMBER AND NAVAL
    tt JfLivery t, tautly In stock a full line Oooda embracing the abwu beadlug,locladlng a flue lice of. STORES. ,
    Garrett & Barnes NEW SETTLERS purchasing

    & Boarding Stable.CARRIAGES PATTERNS.and BERGIIANN ZKP1IYHM, land from this company are furnished -

    Mild WAC10NN CO 1V. Hay Nt., -, pith! entire free passage on

    and from Steamers and Tralim.. Zphyr 'Worstbls'seilin' at 12 cts. per oz., the Transit R. R. for family and

    Jacksonville personal effects to the station.near-
    t1 .'CONTKACTS.. FOR HAULING, ETC ... And all other goods at correapoaJlng prtoet. Orders promptly atteuded to. est the laud purchased.
    FOR BALE SiH of the Coldtn Slave TITLE COMPLETE,being derived -

    i HORSES BUGGIES,.HARNESS, i 1l by grant from the United
    CARTS AND WAGONS. n) 6))12A UDSQ\cei; e States and purchase from? the

    ,s ai'TII, .Ml4- ", CA-lIL'f YI HARDWARE !l._. -, \l 81J '; .W State of Florida.

    I E ffi' Office and Stable-First- Street,near Broom DOORS SASH BLINDS aud Scmi-Tropieil; Fruit Tie:?, Hoses, Deciduous and Evergreen CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
    Street- ,_._ Wharf.. --- ,. 4'J tfJACKSONI'ILLE Descriptive MAPS and CIRCULIRS
    Shrubs and FloTcrlajr Plants. mailed on application. i

    Paints Lubricating ,
    (!I SWANN
    tt Iron and Brass FoundryAND AND CHOICE, VARIETIES OF BUDDED ORANGE Land Commissioner

    :: RED, 0 SAFETY: OIL A TREES MADE A SPECIALTY. tar ..:-.L.-._ ___

    .. MARVIN1 R\KK- na for Descriptive Catalogue.
    trriow $4 GO). ALBERT i. IKIDU'ELI

    >Htavos, TinVuro.. JicksonvlUe, Fla.t
    / ; Proprietor.
    fi' i 7*Tlu llonflaK awl OuttcrluK by skilled
    :/ low rats, 21TY
    ; ':.'i' Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, and all LOTS, ,

    kinds of Mill Machinery: built For either resilience or

    ..: or repaired. purposes, sold at reasonable Wesalenie! aDd. Retail Dealer IDMattings 41 & 4.1 Hay Street,

    and upon easy ,terms. l '
    FIIlSIMX.iSS "'ORIILl\Atllll' :
    AND STRICt rnxcTUALmr is THE KDLE. .

    ,, Orders from dlsUoc will resells capful and -Urn-------- --- ..... ORDERS PROMPTLY: ATTENDED.a TO
    prompt attention, ,"INTEUXAI ,
    "STATE".ND Mattresses Feathers
    provement" Lands secured, in ;
    dec 7-tf Jacksonville,Fla. ,
    part of Florida, at 20 per cent
    Centre Street Millinery Door Mats, Children's Car Jacksonville' Fla
    low tbe prices
    Moldings Picture frames Black Silk, 90 c., warranted all
    i. DiIit9:F. A. lUEDD.AUGII State. Api!>ly toSAIWI silk.
    : Has constantly on hand a fine: selection of the
    '., newest styles in OUE-S 'AND SHADE HATS A. SWANN Mosquito Nets, &c. The best 1.00 silk in the U,'8. .

    't-. ">,' |or Ladies. Muses 1 and Children; RIBBONS 1 Jn a' FERSANPIN.V. FLORIDA '11r{ Summer silks at 50c., COc.; best-
    1 ', LACKS: AND FLOWEKS; also. (ientt''andt 70 cts.Matting.
    i" ---- --- --
    Bow' Hats ol first oaality. Call and examine FLi SHAD3S at 14o.
    ; fancy
    %"111.? M. is agent for the Domestic Perfect Fit. ..,
    "ting Fashion: NI1 one snou'd tail to try them.IIUNTINOWereryetvleutda4l. lMItss Helen M.Adams,Brooklyn Ave .".J 2" 500 b'ue Flannel Suits $6 to $J2.

    } I I bourdon walk from iu the eseelleut depot, can style.aeeot Uoouu:unodate large w Block, Jacksonville, Fla. : ; Money refunded if ;:not satisfac,

    J'ron',I tho'owtt rule,at. oei&.bborbood' very pleammU :f'Ji" 'j! "I tory. -M-ai-U 1
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