Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ADDRESS ,I :and the other Western: cities to Atlantic 1 seaports, heretofore I My attention was attracted to the subject some years ago, and,
referred to, and: the large: sums of money hazarded: : in effecting \11'1)li' comparison. of views with experienced transporters and,
Ih;.\1! iiKFonn: THE FEnxAxnixA I})O.\IUJ OK( 'f IUll1') THEIR: them, is: chiefly interesting in the proof) it gives that, notwithstanding navigators( on the} lakes' I became. satisfied, :as they did also, that "

MEKTIXO OF J.\\rAr. 20, ]1S80, HY Ilox. I n. L. YCI.F.F. : the deepening ot the mouth of the Mi-si: .: ..:ippi by the barging between' the Mississippi: } River and Cedar Key' was perfectly
I Eads; jetties, the interior cities of the West: recognize the importance llral't il'a ble. In consequence of t the enquiries, 1 procured !id
J//1. } mill Gentfatim the }] : of using: the Atlantic seaports: for the movement of their to he instituted at Buffalo, an editorial of much interest upon tho i"snIjOtt
/gidlIl.: f II1/lf/ : i trade. in cereals: tobacco. and cotton. This! i is doubtless: 1 because; : ol baiging appeared in the Buffalo Courier; of February '
in It is gratifying to me to note t with I you t the I evident\ progress' ; of the comparative} shortness of the, voyage between the Atlantic iV'Ui.' Ib''i;\, winch, alter giving a summary of the then (experi "?

your: commercial prosperity.The :: : ports and Kurope.: This 'question opens to this State: and to thi.. ence ol cull 1i'm't01'5: upon the lakes, among other things, mentioned "' ,
trans-Atlantic line of'British I It steamers! established. by ourenterprising port the consideration! of a"en' largo subject as nt1i.eting lullfuture the fact that 111 the previous season three\ vessels' two
t :: merchant< Mr. Lawtey\ I has proved< commercial
: I < standing. is a topic we present Barges): and one propeller, each: carrying: about 40,000 bushels of
< t as to have: given it f firm l."ta )1iultuteut I factor in the
as: a
return to. .rain made: lilt"n trips, and brought 1,800,000 bushels of grain
business\ facilities: of the port ]But the most important and interesting fact: 1 of recent occurronce soul (Chicago: to Bultalo at a cost which is said: not to have ex-
The construction: of l several large lumber mills: :along I the line is the the last= of commissiot oeded, "
appointment by Congress:! a u of the Transit: Railroad has been commenced ree'ntTwhich, on the i improvement I. of t Mississippi[j River, us t the first t step t ii ig: paragiaph: : i'
together with those already( ,) in operation, and, others for which and active of 1 hat :
intelligent appropriation
an system } P1l1'11011'The I'liinu'iiMiiv of SIUVIMM wliidi has on the lakes already, attoinUtl) the
negotiations: I for !sites and timber lands: are progressing: : favorably, II Mississippi River and, its tributaries drain the most( extensive iloif. in Ihi: lu-w im-tlmil) ol' transportation! )ha atiimilateil s-hipiH-nt) on.in
will require for the: transport of their production an additional continuous: area of !productive lands on the. continent-perhaps ... lower 1i.-b i<: vessel from this .tvatitagt'1)11'.1y In- adopted) on those: wal< r.t.onH':; of our lake iMptniniuv
: t daily "n
port. on the earth. With its present, population! ) its production.( \ familiar; \\ Ilh hue region illlllh': The migration i: of agriculturists t along the line of this, road, are enormous ; but when i it t i is occupied( I by fifty m millions i and\ 1 afterwards lines ol hiiMiicss: .such harjxe.s an are arty: ) here\ might ho yet more lul\'lm. \I
which<: from various: causes for t the! la.-t two years had been !somewhat = :! by one 11\1n,11'l',111lillioll, of people' as: it will be, it will be, IlIgl'lIlIo: checked, has actively revived, and, the }prospects: indicate, a diflicult to compute its yield. This region produced of wheat My[ enquiries' at Oswego resulted in further confirmation of time
movement this season al: ; marked a-1.: there! has< been in any previous and, corn, in t the 1 fiscal year: 1877-78, over 1,700.000.000 bushels, opinion 1 had: formed. To give exact form to the particulars: r
year. One specially' \ favorable feature this year i is:! that considerable of which about fiO.OOO.OOO was exported' to foreign countries. learned there, I addie. +>H d| a communication to the lion. A. 0. -
J purchases' : : of I:.,;id: ;i.i.r settlement have been made. on I In ?ho fiscal year. ending; June SOtli, }1SSO(), the production will Mattoon, long a Senate in the :State; of New' York, nnii; thoroughly t
account of 1 English cal I dAI'!. with promise' of increased, demand: h..;.. been much more, r.nd the exportation to foreign conn' 'It's \ experienced in i'i- hu.uiw of transportation' on water, I
from that quarter. prrl.abiV' three times as II111('h. And what must: this! produc ion whoso reply was so in t t11 ?.V : and I t thorough t that you will bo 4
Several circumstances!: >f interest:: to you have: been developing be in life years to come, when population teems in this wonderful pluisod, :,! to hear it read. Km will notice houts' tho cost oi

oi' late. :area: and the world has! learned; to depend} upon' American cheap; tra.islerring grain from vscd! to 'al' at three-tenths v of one
'1"fie''onipletiohl of t the 1 1'cninsular' Railroad: to a connection with production for its! broad cent per bushel\ : by either f :.iionary or floating elevators.! YolivmII

Orange; Lake has ope, "i"d, heretofore had< been directed, elsewhere.:: Its!\ further extension :south \\ hidl has! troubled the public mind, lor many: years: mud must !says, as! the result of In? own experience) and of 'informationirom \
will ll increase its adva I itapes to your port. But at the point whereit still more concern it Iii. the years: to come.) 'I I Northern lakes! others! that "it will ost: two mills )per ton per' milo t for one
is, it will open a I'nit trade of wonderful< magnitude. There are open to navigation\: only)' half: the\ year, the trunk railroads: thousand' :': miles" But 1-... then adds : The ,'1(11wod'/ can l>f
are around: the slu.v, of Orange Lake: the mo.'t extensive orange loading! to the principal Northern seaports= are bl'l'Olllllg overcrowded I Anne! !)!/ bnryt's of 1,001.1 tons burthen. towed by a steam barge.: of
groves in the word! More t than!' half: a million i grown t trees! now with business: and I tIlt! cost: of (transport: from remote' same: burthen and sufficient power to tow one barge, (Ii $/. 1(1( per t
bearing o/soon: coming into bearing: have been i specifically I counted points beconr'ng. too much for the I producer. The linos of railroad ton (lnf :!.UU() pounds, ), lull cargoes each WilY" .
1>y an agent of the company.. Allowing oniy one thousand: ; oranges: leading Southern:; ports' are now I boin looked lo for\ use ; You will :timid, aNt, his view as to the practicability' of our )plan
for the a\erago: annual: yell when th'-y come into full bearing, and with all these, notwithstanding' all those' the Mississippi:; : :: in the following aragraph[ : 1, :
and you have: : at least: three\ .millions\ of crates: which must: pass River must become tho main reliance for) transport: to the :wa. '1'11'l ; |iriu-tlcil'diiy: of UMMK/: steam harp for carrying freights/ nail) \\'-
every year from that one point to market, within ;a short period. I Assuming that. a share of this large p' nhuuut, ( \ ion, on its way: to ins other, h.n'n'f. ins, hcoti M-tlifd. lung! since hoth on our r \"I'rllllllllnkl'lI.
understand.l the .h I\.l lands around that lake I .so thlllIllItl'" portion of our tonnage now hriiiK/ built Oil (the )lakes is ol*
And ( : ( are now I market may: seek the sea ot a Southern: Atlantic: port ran: this that ela". I 11'01'.' noM! >d! reason: why the husines'.i of all the lower ;llissi!{: {i- /
renting reac'iiy: ; at $10 t to, $120 per acre, for the growing of \ "tt'I State and this: port! claim. advantage over others' for this: rich t trade.: Kippi) Kiver )port.-+, ail\ l the table!\ for the early:; markets! It being; for the) present' supposed' : ( that this and ::1110tllt'I'I i Southern' I'eilar )Key, I'ollnlllllIot In. done hy a line of steam hur- w ; in fact, I do not
The accession of t the I elegant and swift steamship; :: Admiral to suitableness (now !know< "t'a m<'>ro practioaMo mule in this country, 01'01' one that ollrsmar'
j'ol'ts.tIlld: : upon equal' : ground as to : of harbor, climato \ promi-o) 'of a w-ml return for; the Investment ot capital.! I liavo !heeuovi
the service between: Cedar Key and Havana, and\ t the completion' ('Ie,, that port which has! cheape.st: :access to (his: great reservoir r tins. \I'1)utl'.eycI.d times: nnd the feasibility of using steam barges ttiig-
of the Cincinnati Southern llailroau.. are both of them circumstances production 1 is entitled to preference.Governor I',.I"I it-elf: to." my t.dnd! long before I had L tho pleasure' of making yourieiuaintaiiee.
of interest.Vith! the trips' of the Admira1 I ; will be connected Brown, Georgia; in an interview" lately published: I |
a fast train of through cars from New Yok; and the! other said, in arraying the advantages! : of Savannah\ : as, aim outlet for His competency' to form a reliable judgment, t, you may wellilll'tA
Atlantic cities, reducing the time! between: New York: :and Havana. Si.. Louis! even n N' .,. York, that three miles: of transportation) : from what ho\ says of his opportunities' of information, in }
to three days ; and a like train from Cincinnati will give to the on water i is the equivalent' of r' le mile of n 1 in 1'0':1. The difference the concluding. paragraph' / of Jl communication, as follows :
.. West an equally quick connection with Havana. An air-line in favor of water 5 i. in fart: greater, !but wo will adopt "I I have been' actively engaged' in the transportation kinds) of property -
between Cincinnati and Havana crosses:: precisely! at rule for the of that usually /goes hy water for thirty-live years, as owner of steamers.
projected \ : that purpose: comparison.St. : I h.irgexaud vessels on the lakes, rivers and I eamd.s between New York mid
Cedar Kev. Through Havana, a frequent[ and quick intercourse; :\ Louis, Cincinnati, and (Chicago, may: I be taken ;as l representing ,, rhieago: 111. I have also been at the head! of the Committee on (Commerce.
with all the West Indies, Mexico, Central America, :and. the Spanish the trade-centres\ of the (Great'ost.. and Charleston: Sara arltl| Navigation and duals: several years in the Ix-gishiture,: of this .state,
which: position) : has brought mu in contact with I'IIInIt' the most' experienced
i Main will be established.The : nahand l Fernandina, the South Atlantic
: : as representing competing men in this cunntry on the subject uf eummerce and) water (tr.iiis.portation .
commencement of work, under a new-and favorable concession ports. Now, there is: an upon' water-way< from St. Louis and ; and I I would )hero say that 1 draw quite freely) from the experience i
from Mexico, on a railroad: across: the. Isthmus of"Tehuantepec : Cincinnati to Cedar( ;: Kev, and from Cairo to CI'clKey: Chicago of uthor. in this- eummuuicalion tu sun.''
is also: an important event in its relation to the commercial having rail to Cairo ; while to Savannah and. Charleston:\ ; the connection Yon will sea that 1I It.. Mattoon I conclusions art endorsed\ by
interests of this State. Work is actually under way and contracts from all tho Western: centres is! by, all rail. Mr. Charles: Allison, "tho general agent! of the Northern Transportation
have been made: for a large J: amount of crlJo:: -til'!>\, to be Let us try' r"' II1tIl. Company': of Ohio (consisting! : of twenty-onu steamers) f '
shipped: from Cedar Key, for use: in its: contruction. An air-line The distance! by water from St. Louis to Cedar; Key is: 1G5J( bur tin; past, :\ 1 twenty t years ;" and by ;Mr. Albert F. Smith, who
projected between Cape lIattl'ra: :and the mouth of Hua":acualcos miles (equal' to !5f>0 miles rail), and 151! I miles of rail, making the says< his information on the subject i i.s .derived from an experienceof '
(the ocean terminus of the Tehuantepec: \ line Ii ) crosses! :: llil'l'dlonr equivalent of jOt} miles of rail. From Cincinnati to Cedar Key twenty-five years ill the business, us: owner of steamers, vessels/
the track of the road( between this place, ( and, Cedar: Kl'Tlw i is! 1,979!) miles by water, equal!' to Gf>9) miles of !rail which, with and I barges-being the first of a firm to introduce) the .)'stout of '
distance between Cedar!, Key and' I lluasacualcos::: ; is: I b::;% miles, ami I 151 miles from Cedar Key to Fernandina. ; makes: the equivalent barges,: on Lake! Ontario, N. Y." (See Appendix' "A")
across the Isthmus:: l lf,0) miles.: Thus, )by the construction of this of 804 miles.!\ From (Chicago tu Cairo, rail : (C5, Cairu to Cedar 'Iho practicability' : of thu plan' i is attested by one\ of the most
Isthmus! road( we shall have a shoiter: and I cheaper' connection Key, water 1.-150( miles (equal to wa: by rail), and Cedar. Key to eXl''rit'lIc,1nI1l11'diaJ.l' ,! navigators: of tho Gulf and its tributary
with the Pacific and Am than any other Atlantic port of the Fernandina 154! or the equivalent( of 9S- miles! of rail. The waters, whoso,, opinion will be decisive with those who know him.
United States.; Taking the conn.rtion. with San Francisco: even, comparative' distances may ho thus tubulated. : I allude to Capt. Samuel J. Whitl' tll'H. His letter, which I will

the Tehuantepec route will make ,distance:: 3-100 miles }between '1'T.:; I.'Jl'Ioi. Ti" ('ix< ix.Nvn. 'I'll ( 'uiu..n.I'rnnm road( to you, i i.s! interesting. After giving important facts of his
this and San Franeisco: : of which :;100 will be trader, against t'Jaarll.tull.H.! l i mill*. 77' iuih. l."'"7 iiiili-s. I own knowledge 1 he concludes follows/ :
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I'Yoiu Savannah ) "
3,40uI.L RAIL }between, New York and San Irancisco :INK 7IA 1,1112| J have been\ eonnected I with xteamboatx for the p.iit; tWI'IIt't'II't, and 1
From 1-Yrnaiiiiifia)i .jll U J" f Iit:' !II.i.J believe it i.H i
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The recent pale of the Atlantic fc hilt; (Road, and of the Macon practicable' 10.uIIJUrJ.WlILII.llilht'llml't bouts ut any |" int mi
& Brunswick Road, and the various: movements, and. combinations! All the cereals, all the} cotton, and all the, tobaeco\ ; which areraised the IIIUult'\Vi-Mtem( on riven the I"biri.l.l'ua4 and) )tow thu, without bargeit to transfer Cedar: : of Key cargo or,: ,any aiid of with the entirosafety. i ortYut' "
which have lately :surprised' the! ,,u h he, looking to consolidated( : in the United States, except what is raided in the Atlantic }; ." (:See AplK-ndix' II.",

14 through lines from St. !Louis, Louisy.l h; and Cincinnati with Atlantic seacoast States: (comparatively little), can reach this! port' by It may bo interesting! to you to know that, following the expres-
ports at Savannah Brunswick:: Tort Royal and Charh-s.ton, open' water (except th** rail transit from
are all of great intern',..t to this prt.' it can reach any other Atlantic seaport. I It H evident' that, establish a line of barges, between St. Louis and\ Cedar Key, at
The purchasers! of the Atlantic; & Gulf Railroad have commenced as respects' economical, access: to these Western centres 4, this port the head of which was: 'tl'. Mattoon ; that Mr. 1. came South to
the survey of a I branch, : road: between Waycross, on till }has f first: claim. carry the enterprise! into effect but that, on going over the route
line of that road l" to Jacksonville, which will cross! the 'mnsit! But there exists a fact which will give increased. economy in up the Mississippi! he found that such barges as were suited for
Road and make continuous connection\ of track l-ouH'wllCre about the movement of grain from the West to this port I and which the\ Gulf navigation could not have the necessary water in the}
Callahan. This will give to this l port a rail connection with Sl\"an-: will give it, to that extent, increased! advantage' over thin other Mississippi{ !! and therefore abandoned: it.
nah of lG5 miles, with raeon ot t.!.l) miles:; with fhomasnlle of Southern ports/ for this trade. It is: that: transportation' by bargesthe This fact will impress' you with the great importance: : tu this
185 mile and will I lessen: the di8tarJ to Jacksonville :!0( rnile ( very cheapest inodo of water conveyance) from St. Louis, State--and, we may 1 Is! allowed. to }believe, to the GreatVest!
It would allow a fast schedule of tin hours between Cedar Frey Cairo awl Cincinnati, direct to Cedar Fey: i entirely practicableas also-of the systematic teps taken by Congress to improve' the
and Savannah, and of Fix hours between Fcrnandila{ allll Sanm- soon as eight or nine feet of water on the Mississippi i ; in obtained ; Mississippi River to a depth of nine feet from St. Louis down.
and that it IH not | ossible for any other Southern port to have Suppose, now it be agreed tlftit, as }production swells in the
"aThe of the .Macon & Brunswick Road. are authorized the same advantage. At CI.tlarI'} )", the transfer would( bo made Went! it may become desirable for tho Western centres of commerce -
purchaser make connection with the Florida system of road! ; andif by tteaiif elevators from the barge, to grain cars, which would. to direct a part of their trade to a South Atlantic port
the to is a made a* contemplated from Stirling; the connection drop their loads. in grain warehouses alongside. the water at Fer and that it can be most economically conducted to this State awl
start > would be the drawFernanilina nandina, from which it would, Lo elided into the }holds of .hip'
with the Florida Transit Road near this j port : IH this a J port where a large commerce can bo advantageously .
and would reduce the distance between and 1 This question of barging in one of great interest to us in its conducted, and conducted, too, throughout tho year?
bridge, 31G uules. connection with the commercial future of this State. It ha become -
216 miles, and to Atlanta to 1 Fernandina ill located sea island. No fresh; water
Macon to emp-
The establishment of : line of tf'amt'r on the Inland the favorite mol of cheap} transjiortation urton the great ties into its harbor; no alluvial banks! approach it ; but all the .
Route this i ,aacfwi n Savannah: by what is iv! Northern lakes. A steam barge, carrying u. large load. town two while, surrounded by ocean water and tanned by ocean breezes,
connecting navigatioj, i* the useful initiation Of improved'facilent others of equal capacity with itwlf, and deliver, at the cost it is pleasant" in temperature and salubrious-the more pleasantbecause
to r I allude. to the lJmlyf'/fIIl hne It IleUlontltratps of one motive power'awl one crew, a triple cargo. )By this ( being near the northern edge of the tral -wirltl.i. which
,\ ) ities to place the: Transit:: Road J has 3: practicable prolongation means, wheat has been carried from Chieago to Buffalo (a distance some years reach to its latitude. it enjoys a prevailing sea-breeze
fcSiW more econouly than rail, which puts' Its business of over 1,000 miles) at a cost of four cent per bushel} and peculiarly' genial. In respect to location upon a sea island: remote
to Jrounl.( The fruit, vegetable and i there transferred, to canal barges at a cost of three tenths of a tromp! alluvial formations and malarial influences, and with an
upon very inUcpenUeill-l into !fuch large }proportions along the line cent per bushel. Tim rout of tow on the. Gulf i is under the lee atmosphere infused with ozone from the sea, it has advantage of
other business and growing the Gulf coast, will enable us to employ a of a northern toast, with convenient harbor of refuge all the every other city in the South.It .
of the road, upon The tow would hardly Le out of tight of u harbor of
steamers to Savannah whenever necessary.l way. ever is similar l to Charleston and Savannah in having a bar at
dally line examinations of fast! recently caused! to Le made by the transit safety. I place before you, for your study, a chart illustratingthis the entrance to its hal IJtlr ; and in reHjx-.ct to the draft which can
The have tlemom.tratt'l.l.t that this} port bail. throllghCedar route, which was! prepared at the oific of the United States le carried to its wharves, the three cities are about on a
Railroad Company and independent .access: by water to a111'art8 of Coast Survey Washington.} The Northern lake are far more But Fernandina excel the others in the fact that the wharting
Key, easy through the \\!aC1S sa, the St. {ark'8, the Ock- boisterous' than the Gulf of Mexico, and, much rougher water prevails shore\ is only about three miles from the sea buoy or ccean.:
Middle lorida of the Chatta.hoo.l there than along the northern shore of the Gulf of Mexico, open
fli\-erS"and to the valley After crossing the bar, there i is a broad of from twenty-five
lockonee and The interest of the State with much fewer harbor of The only condition\. which way ,
the Apalachicola Day. to sixty! feet depth, at low water, to the anchorage in the harbor.
Ghee b\ way w cheap transportation from all these points attends the entire practicability of carrying barges from St. Louis The inner basins which form the harbor aro closely landlocked,
i is that there should in and Cairo to Cedar Key i:1 i that there should be water at t
and WtI are fortunately a p'o-J-; enough of unlimited of of
of its own, capacity, a general depth thirty to forty feet
to an Atlantic force cheap port freights for our }people} whenever It IJf some all times in the channel time Mississippi River to float barges at low water, good holding ground of stiff blue cfav, antI lined /"l.{.
tion to the we hold such as are used on the lakes, and are necessary! for the Gulf nav by extensive for wharves The water obtainable here for; 11 .
necessary to use comblllatlOns power for consolidated: hues from 8t Louis' igation. drawing eight or nine feet loaded CONTISUtU OX FOCKTH rAc.V .
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1'i oiiA{ ) -i\-[ ItllOR: actcr and influence alleging that such has A TLAXTIC, GULF & WEST INDIA DR. Dvnl'EI 'H
been the language of the French monarchical ,
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journals: that were their party to ohlainpow'r AND PEXIXSULAR; RAILROAD.OOINO PAD
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bring on a war with Germany; and on the LEAVE. STATIONS.: LEAVE.

. S.f TVll/J.t Y, n:Jm VA U}' 21, 18M. other hand say these German journalists, 10'JO:: A. M..1'IIINANDINA.: ..... 3:40: P. M. CUKES

:.::=:::....=.:--:...:.... .- ,. =- -:;-:: Republican{ government: in France means 11:1X3::: A. M.......HART'S ROAD.......12:54: P. M. FKVKB; AND} AGUE aiTAHRII.

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;, with this paper will j 1rur,; iHrrrt; to FIRIDA peace continued. 12:50: : I'. M............}1)tYT"1'ON..L13: : P. M. FEIALIlUKXES::, NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM{ [, insPLPSIA: ,
A speech Ilcli\'erclllalt week by the new l:0o: p. M..IIL'ANDI' BRANCH... 1:00: P. M. i

} MIRROR_ .Fernnndina, Fin.F011KIGX Prime Minister( of France, refusing! to grunt 1:50: p. M...........BALDWIN..........12:40: : J'. M.2H SIDEAC1IE; BILIOUS COMPLAINTS, and any Disease!
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XOT11S. :8:04: r. ?4..LA\VTEY..11:03}; : : A. M.
a speech' marked by great vigor and i :IW-:: : P. M.TFMI'Ll'S..10:44( : A. M. mail on receipt' of price. Liberal discount to

''1 In these decision, and not Ic notable for its tone ol' ::c.;.' I'. M............STARKE: .......... 10J7):: I'. M. J:t1- Price One Dollar. Sent by
notes have to
: we designed present moderation and evinces' the :.J:4o: I'. M..........TJIURSTOX) ........10:10: r. M. Dealers. RRO. Agents
courtesy A ,
A a running! narrative of the really Important progress I./IJ p. .WALDO ............;!)I:41i: A. M. JEO.; Hl'GHES
:. events that are oceurringin dill'erent for ( : made in establishing) republican institutions < .J ;2:tl> P. GAlNEhVlLLE] ; ....... ::.r i//0 A. M. No. West Bay :Street: corner Ocean,

eign countries dropping' out tllc short! items in that country, and. the determined I r .-.' I'. M......... AiIiEDONI)0..N:1M; ( ) : A. M. JACKSONVILLE;, FLA.
; purpose) of )fr. Frcycincl unit his associatesto : i I !t 0" I'. M............ iIA1'TON..7:5d3: /; A. M. tf .
': ) of no value or interest, hind ncrc conjectures ,
; conciliate and harmonize all real t ;a'0 p. M 1.\HCIII.R..7:3.; : .' A. M.
hint with respect to plans of cabinets and courts. republicans '. t 12:! p. M............BROXSOX:: ............f ::52 ,\. M.t r.
i } which constitute no small" .part of the pub. : : while yielding nothing to factions >7 P. M 1.rrTJm (''RIiK..1i:03.A: : : : M. ARLINGTON NURSERIES.TROPICAL .
clamor. I .J7 I'. M.......... 1:01'.1: :; : )\ >: A. :y.
listed from all of the
"daily telegrams I parts I :).:;0 i'. M..........CEDAR} KEY.......4:15: ; .\. M.
l world ;i" and, on the other hand, explaining UKSEJIA L 1STKLL1QENCI2.SKNATOU 1'onitisular Railroad. --

'I nnd supplementing" care the record I
\ '' LAMAU'B health i is rabidly in- STATIONS.: FRflT TREKS, ROSES, DI:C.O.
to exhibit .
I prepared by us, so as an intelligible mid SEMI-TROPICAL;
!0:00: I A. M..I\ \L1)O............
f, and readable sUllll11ar-in one word, i .roving.Jxo. 0:40: A. ;\1.-:: XTA FI.11a0: 1'. M. mid I'MMVEIHXtt PLANTS.

.: history, in brief, of stirring! events abroad.0ir C. ROBINSON: the "lightning projfreador 7::10 A. M....... \VT1IORXE ....,10:45: ) I'. M. LOLSami EVEBCJREEX; SHRUBS

3 renders: must judge how far the purpose ," of New York, is dead. ......... LOCH LOO-A: .......10:00: J'. M. .--

t t indicated has been accomplished} DF.NVVU is D. E. MAXWELL, Supt.
COL. "labor
: having a agitation
FFIuN.tN.IINA: LA., Dec 23, 1 '7J..UOXCRIKF .
i SpctclIt'8jroTn the. throne in Germany, J/nly ." ow it is Chicago's! turn. : : ] : _: ____ NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES Budded Orange Trees'' MADE A SPECIALTY.

ami ElIglaml.-Thrcc speeches' within IIOL'SI
royal DR. F. M.[ KEN.VEDY: late editor of the ,
I ten days' time! The world has just! been! --
Umithrrn Church Advocate at Charleston is
to that extent and to B ,
t enlightened ; we ought
dead.! ..1it. Send for Descriptive Catalogue.
i be grateful for the opportunity afforded, il CORNER; or TINE AND FORSYTH STREETS: ALBERT I. BIIHVELL,
G'owLKr the brutal of the
not of ascertaining: wiiat: kings and queensand

emperors run 1think and mean to do, "Shepherd's 1"0\11,1'\ in New York, has been Jacksonville! Flu. Itf JACKSONVILLE.. -.. .-. --.--, _FLA._a .
I at least of discover! :; what they wish us t te TERMS $J.SO: AND $..00 PER DAY,

believe concern!.IB their plans and move REV. J. C. JKTr.ii: a noted L'iptist; ministerof SANBORN & HOYT i

ments, present and future. Richmond, Va., died\ on tl.s! isth instant, According to Location of Rooms.WELLKNOWN ,

: Of the of l'II'; land', age 1 178 years.

opening Parliament, we give a synopsis la.: >t THE first regular tl-roujh! ; train on the TIllS located, and having been renovated -

s i iI ;; week, presenting' all the principal }p ints. Cincinnati Southern railroad, will start on << throughout will he kept as a first-class WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL:

|J On Thni-dny! of lost week, Feb. lath:: tht Monday next. house. The both Proprietress North and, South having, will had spareno experience GROCERS SHIP CIiANDLERS ,

t! venerable Emperor of Ocrmary declared to MANY large cotton mills' in New England, pains for the comfort of her patrons, in

i his Parliament\ on opening their session, will increase the wages of t their operativeson making the ]house' home-like as any in the AND DEALERS: IN1LAY

that the relations of his with all city. 33-tf
I I ". government the 1st of March. -- --- | I I CORK, I I OATS, I I UUU'U.I I I LIME:, I I AC. I
foreign powers were peaceful and friendly I ;
TItR Chicago have advanced theprice MALLORY'S
I and the confidence is expressed that peace papers ---
of subscriptions I I 20 cent in consequence
I will be maintained a result! of the labors!! per STEAMSHIP: LINE.
of the rise in the cost: of paper. FLORIDA A LARGE STOCK OF FURNITURE{ : ALWAYS OX HAND.J
4; of the Berlin Congress, the treaty stipulations
THK.: rumored combination between the
then established by the Great Powers: 2-19-ly!

having been executed in nearly every par Louisville and. Nashville: and the Georgia Only Direct Line to New York. --,--

ticular. The Greeks unfortunately, do not roads, i is n tlxcd\ fact, and :Savannah: is
Winter Season 1870 and ISttO. I CIIARIiSTOSAVAXXAII:
r agree with the Emperor as regards: the execution happy.TIIKRR AND FLORIDA

of the treaty, for they complain that : i is i great excitement in Georgia over
they have not yet secured from Turkey the the decision of Governor Colim.it, declaringthe : alb., *

J boundaries which France and England, with Macon und Brunswick lease! matter to IXI.XU STEAMBOAT COMP Y. SCIIEDT'LK.( : ;

Germany, guaranteed to them ; the Jews!! in he closed, because lieeamiuntgive the Stute's TIME SCHEDULE
TilE FINE STEAMERS:\ The new J Iron PalacosteaiiK'r
,{ Roumaniu cannot be of the same mind with guarantee against the bogus Bullock bonds.
Taking Effect; Tuestluy, December 2.1, JS79No .
: the German Emperor, for they have still Gov. Colquit has gone to New York "to sec WESTERN TEXAS, ST. JOHNS

the same reason to say that rights, civil and about it."
religious, are denied to them in the newprincipality
which the Congress agreed CITY OF DALLAS. "

should IK enjoyed by all portions of the! HAWTHORNE had a !brilliant tournament
tt former Turkish dominions and all classesof the A '
by : on 13th. leave 1.ttS.IIIIS.l'a'EltY: ; THURSDAY ,.

people. TUE report that the State Fair would be for NEW YOKK ; and from NEW YORK, CAPT. LEO VOGEL,

And f finally Bismarck: and his: special organs post tl'olll'tl is without foundation. Pier 20' East River, EVERY FRIDAY for Will leave Fernandina for Jacksonville, Pa

: cannot he in accord with these oitlcial I Florida at 3 p. m. latka und intermediate landings on St. Johns!
:-.. ,; THE nomination of J. 11. Stickney for U. This Line having no transfers to make THE STEAMERS River, and Savannah and Charleston as fol.
utterances for
as regards peace, great pains Jacksonville
between and New York otters
I" S. District: Attorney, has: been rejected. "CITY OF BKIDGETOX) ," lows :
have certainly been taken by lending German the best and cheapest transportation to Florida From Fernandina for Jacksonville and
(''apt. JOHN FIT/OEKU.D,
journals: to convince (ho world that the Dv COSTA, the champion printer of Jack. shippers. I'alatknVeduesday! February 4.

peace of Europe is now in danger of being sonville, is to issue u daily lair Herald dur- Oranges will receive! special' care in hand "DAVID CLARK," Ii 11.

during the State Fair.MRS. ling. Captain WARD, 18.
violated by the ambition of HI1{ :-lia.t .
l'SSJ.xmmCCODoD.TJOXS( ARE After having: undergone extensive repairs, I 25.
t The Emperor; concludes his: speech by [ novo BI.OXJIAM, of Tallahassee, sends FIRST-CLASS.:: are now in F1HST.CIMOIU1Elt:; in every From Fernandina for Savannah and Charleston :
recommending doubt in the interest of for exhibition the State Fair a portion of department and will the (
/ The traveling\ public are offered the advantages perform I Monday, February 2, 21'. M.
j t J J I peacea new military law, and by justifying! the furniture of Prince Murut, and it will be of u DIRECT LINE WITHOUT ONLY INSIDE ROUTE SERVICE; i Friday, "Ii 6 J, 4 p. M.

I this law and the considerable i increase! of his sold for the }benefit of the building fund ANY CHANGES. Connections made -at between Savannah und Florida, (connecting Monday; II 9, 9 A. M.
Friday 13 12
in it rendered of St. Johns Church Tallahassee. Jacksonville with all steamboats for all at Savannah with the firt-class I
I urmy proposed as measures: : : : Stcamslmis Monday( Ifi 2
p. M.
the St. John's Ocklawuhu and
points on ,
necessary by time increased armaments: of WM. W. HICKS has been nominated forSupervisor I {l Indian Rivers, and with the Transit< Rail of also the with Ocean Steamship: ('o. for New York, Friday, Ii 20. 5 p. M.
other countries. To tde existence of Philadelphia' and Monday, :23! 8 A. M.
l prove of the Census He will be rejected road at Fernandina for all railroad stations ton Steamers. H'ls'I' "
Friday, :27, 11 A. M.
in Florida.
I this nlledged necessity: the semi-official .\'orth of course, for lie I is even less: : decent than OIMI SOUTH. Monday[ March 1,12:30:: P. M.

I : German Gazette says, that the French army Reed. But how !shameful it i is, and how humiliating FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATES David Clark '' Close connection made with steamers for
estimates have nearly doubled within the Leave a'mll1uh.nrularftt'Tloon'rhurs.[ Mellonville[ and Enterprise, also with steamers .
: it must be to the better element of LOWER TJIIY INDIRECT LINES. Afternoon.
last eight years; that at this time, the French the consider that timesuccess Arrive day | for Ocklawaha River; also-at Savannahwith
Republican party, to Fernandina..:Tuesday Evening: Fri. steamers for New York
Rates and Bills of Philadelphia,
-Through Lading
i is than the German !
army numerically stronger of that should day Evening. .
party depend upon to all points.2dt'Steamilen. t and Baltimore, and at Charleston with steamers
; and that the Russian military! force the elevation of such creatures to office. ; I of this Line sail direct from Leave City:of-i.I\'unnah..Tu Jiridgeton lla\' ,' for New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Bal

has also!! been, largely increased. Germany, -- FERNANDINA to NASSAU, X. P., under Afternoon.Afternoon, Saturday timore, with Northeastern 'and South Carlo-

while earnestly: peace-loving, must follow FLORIDA EXPOSITION 'ontract with the Bahamas Government, Arrive Fernandina..AVednesday ling Railroads for routes North, East!! and
md the uIIIIItcaml'1I that land at the Morning, West.
the set his are Sunday Morning.( !
I example unfortunately by neigh- AND "
hors" It is the old fable!. of the wolf complaining FIFTH ANNUAL STATE FAIR! R. W. SOUTIIW1CK Agent Jueksnnviihe..At'ednesduv Xoon'I'i
A:ri't! l'iutka..AVednesday I .
t. of t'u lamb for troubling thostream JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Fernandina.C. Through Tickets and Staterooms secured

f II below; although wo confess: that, among II. MALLORY & CO., GOING NORTH. and all information furnished at office corner

\--. these European nations, all armed d to the I't'r'O: East River. New York. 2-tf. Vify o..fl1ridJr/IJII-! Centre and !Second streets
21 25: 2U 27 2M 1Si8. --- -
February -
Leave Palatku............Thursday Afternoon. 'My A OYF..s.
teeth, and all-while landing" nmitlpopulu- A and ST. .MARY'S RIPER PACKET. Leave Jal.k\II\.iHe..Thtirsda\' I -' -n_ _. ___ _JL _-__ ___
t' comprehensive: representative) rviibt Night(
i timid crushed: by war taxes-alert and eager :: ACTUAL. PIWIH'CTfr.lm:: all s.x.tioiisof Leave Fernandina.-Sunday; 3.'K: ) p.m.'Friduv. FLORIDA AND HAVANA

I to rush:; into the fray at the first hostile I the State of Florida.<< _. Arrive. Sayaumah.Jlun.lmuyIurning: Saturday "\TEEKLY FAST MAIL SERVICE.I .
ir i-
i' alarm, it is difficult to say confidently, $>:tOOO in Premiums. will be awarLsl r 4 .t : : David Clark Morning.

\ 4f/.u i is the wolf," and "that, the lamb I"! and pitid in cash. -.1..nacW." : ..... Leave nundina..Tuesday. :Evening, Fri.

r J+ I ) The third royal speech w us read at Home, THE: UflAND 1ULITAIbltlVIE11'! : OFArtilliry I. MIK STEAMER: FLORA day Evening

,I ; on Tuesday!' of the present w.t'ki; and it treatsluninly : and Infantiy Corps.Exposition T Arrive Savannah...Wednesday Xight i Saturday
t i Xight.XOTE. i
I of the internal attain of the Italian l'iiikliii-s: |-s llrillianth"l11U11inatt'tl CAW. JOHN RICH!.IKIMO.V, On !both
trips, South and .
4 ( North
kingdom. The king suggests meaMirrs of ea.'ii: }Evening by Powcrml the David Clark will call at all way landings.
electoral reform, and hints at a reduction' of CALCIUM[ LIGHTS.Firemen's 1 follows All trips terminating and starting from by the
during the season as : Ft-rnandina new and elegantly ap-
o '! tuxes; the taxation ia: very burdensome: and Parade and Practice.Competiting Leave ST. MARY' EVERY: MONDAY and Express; Train connect to and with from Jacksonville Transit Railroa.l l'omted steamship' ADMIRAL (sidewheef),

1 1 r the debt of Italy very great. Witn regard to Brass! Bunds from all Sections.: THURSDAY; MORNING( C; at 0 o'clock\ for there with t :Steamers to and from all landiifs, and according to the following schedule) ;
FERN: .\. IIS.-\; and will leave FERNAXDINVsame ; Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.
foreign: affairs, l... tiivljira that ifaly needs MAGNIFICENT: SPEED RUNG on the St. Johns, also to and from Gainesville
t lays at S a. in., for CAMP PINCKNEYand Waldo Cedar (Passengers!: from Savannah leave by steamer
l peace, and intend faithfully to observe Entries; of Celebrated Trotting and Running all intermediate landings on the river. sold through, to and Keetl') .trout Tickets are City of Bridgeton on Saturday -. Leave

i treaties and to fulfil with exactness! all hti }Horses. from all juirts of the l'niun.lCUlSION }Returning EVERY: TUESDAY; ; and Fill- glints+, and when Steamer all of the above tcrnandina or Jacksonville b;y transit Railroad
DAY, will arrive at I"T.Ry'8 ut 5 m., City llriletoll; train Monday[ Arrive at
( obligations, cherishing: the hope of being an : STKAMERSTo : p. runs through between Savannah an.II'.lat. morning),
i element} of civilization :and tiMichiiit); ut FERN VXPIN ka, passengers also have the choice of Key \\ est Wednesday morning. Arrive ut
i 1 important progress Exposition; constantly! : running each day WEDNESDAYS; ; and SATURDAYS brail between going Havanaednesday afternoon.
t in EurojK and evening. will leave ST. M IRY'B at 8:30: a. m., and can ville. Fernandina and Jackson Returning, leave Havana Thursday even

The lbpe, it ought perhaps to be added: Cheap Excursion rates on railroads: : and be chartered for excursions For State-Rooms, Tickets} and all other I I i ing.nie Leave Key West :Friday morning. Ar

has put forth a special proiiti>iciniiiri>t<>, steamboats.Exhibits. UaUIt'IIt'H/II, particulars! apply to the following Agents Jacksonville Cedar Key Saturday morning (und at
dated February 17th addressed to the whole : : transported free lioth ways. und Offices) : : and Fernandina by Transit
!. amid other of interest in the Kailroad Saturday Savannah
points and
t JAMES: II. 1'\1 \President: vicinityof :Savannah Ga.-Cor. Bull and evening at
Brvan .
world, and filling. twelve columns of a Roman { Fernandina. by steamer City of Bridgeton morn.ing
J A. J. RUSSELL.: Secretary. Puluski and Screven Inouye.1ernandina ;.
w ), thus the"
newspaper.! The Pope's address: Is: directed Fla.-At the forming shortest possible sea
TreaVy.AXUT.I. Hotel
: :: Through HUN of Lading route between the United States and Cuba.
against divorce and contains an argument ; and to Capt. Jno. L. Roumillat, Agent.

designed to how that the rite of mar : A FRIEND, MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Bay and Pine PASSAGE RATES.
all civil points on the St. Mary's. f"ts", Dr. L'Engle's Drug Store; A. C. Lan. Cabin. Ejcevnion.
should be removed from
riage jurisdiction )) CONFECTIONERS:( ( :: phtre. Ticket Agent; A. L. Hungerford, Savannah to Havana........$32 00 $S 60
r whatever; a claim on behalf of eeclesiasticut B.KJm.A Close Connection Agent. ernandina to Havana..... 20 00 38 00

authority, sure to be resisted by St. Augustine) Fla.-On the liar, R. F. Jacksonville toipavana..._ :''0 00 3* 60
HIOICEfirorerlei made with the New York and Savannah For
Armstrong Agent. and tickets apply to LEVE
Roman Catholic
alike of
the governments, Mark all ; & ALDEN'S
Steamers. goods Cure of Steamer Palatka, Fla.-Ulienthal Brothers & Tourist Offices.
and of lrotestant nations ; while, us regards C'igurN, ami Tobaccon, Flora, Fernaudina. Co, Savannah Ga.-Corner Bull and Bryan
1 mind have long ile.plolf Agent.IU'ST.AVE Streets: II. A.
divorce, all thoughtful TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Wtddinga : LEVE. CALLAN. Agent.
o J the lax views prevailing in different GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS} FOR PASHengers. General Passenger: Agent. ternandina-Egmont Hotel. A. L. 3IEU
Excursionist and Tourists! will W. BARRY LKN, Agent.
r i countries. At this time, the whole subjectIs Entertainments: and! Picnics, find this very attractive trip, as the scenery General Agent, Savannah, Jacksonville-Corner Buy and line streets.

', ; I: receiving a fresh und thorough discussion furnished the shortest notice, ut rock-bot U: grand and alligators and other game are J. X. HARR1MAX{ .\. LANPHERE. Agent!

t in Fran tom prices, utANGEL'S abundant. 11____ Manager. N. Augu8tilll'-Un the Ray.{ B- FARM*
: I1AKKIIY.: For further information apply to br: .ROXO, "gent. gp-tf
lit France; the republican leaders are well Centre Street, JOHN RICHARDSON, PRINTING, in evert"le. andlt ___ _

pleased to a glad German newl'Fl1'1I of char. 23 Opp.. old P. O. Buildin,. : -U' Fvrnandina, FIs. JOn lowest rates, at the MIBROB office.. SUBSCRIBE TO THE MIRROR. $2; PER

; $1 for six IJQntb .

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Chartered\ the, stateTf "Pirida: :March :2,1, ; : Gainesville( is! giadually: waking/ fa'tl1III'\'

l 1Mii j urganir.d): .\ ignst! t l t.ith.) 1 177. _' -. ....-- .. -.. .... f,ilronhiv, !sleep! ; impro\ements I : i in nlmoveverything :
I hut strtt-ts are going on. Thisgrowing
ern ('hntlr'r )granted/ July' ) Hull, il!): rearganixed ; WALDO \\'_\ 1.1H1 nntr.raoitv.Wal.lo ; I wm t lt.\\'IU\i"T: lob! KF.nVU\ti M:KRCtt\X WSS.: I \ ;inland: low,n.whiih( might he Mich a

: III"t'I'1I1111'r l >i I-th, I itfn. (C, ('otl."t'1I111.t'I'lT ; centre of tl'\,1I"IIIII-t\ tinge to be noted for
: Ill Ii t !M. I
(n.C'ttl'!' inTiitrnl position! ; lia" nti olovatl.m t something., Utit shall it be for prrtty' women ,
('.\ 1'1'1'1.TO'I: of n1nntt 'in1 littn.Irc.1 I anti fifty fret House.t .. '-day :*! '.'. par week $(Il Uo Mo. 't\In.n.! I fine reM.lonces'! 'good hotels, il'n ,aft! I
HVen Hundred! ami : (' )h'mtm: lloiHe.1'er( nay' Jl2!, per week $0.Tohir S. .1.I I Kennanl.OHVNdK j ,climate or windy Mrrets! full of .rubbish ?
Huti.lied! 1 Mill.n's Hl'ty, Miare! of One above tin1 !MM : i is 11I1oIw:1\'l'l't\\'I'I'11: the Atlantic HU\l"'I.' ...... .,...Per day $1 I ,per wick $1. ; t.\"tSllllllt1l( r.1 Her men of enterprise: and capital: ) may do
:' rash], Oiran, : and Julf; of Mexico f ; i il ahoutMunty better in politic! .s than: in substantial bnil.lingup
IVcknmM 1II11..1 Ter .by 1 Jl I I. \\eok $1. 0, 11.: IIMIII' fan Mateo, 1'ntn.ttn rottnty. \
PS 01.1'11:1 tnih from either idi'! \ and l i in fanned per ., ntid,, t there is room anti need 1 'nr ni' ;" l
: 111"1'111:: ('(1111'.1\\'I tit lm.\I. MKK.'ll\Vt( ( >tsK.: J. 9\ lVrjst :w>ti & Hro., \\'nldn, They\ point with pride to the .\tlinrt"'I, "
ti, 1 1.,. II"I t i'IN: ......... ......... ......... President.: .liy. the hnt'/i" from Imth. It is the junction 1-'. 31 1. ( t'aiiilieii II. 1'auletxon\ .. ('0'1 I' W X.I.'N sllot. ;I' now'well' tilled\ with I guests: \ ; the \arniitn,"
15. 1'\. I\\: t .I'llit' IVnitiMilar: It.iilroad.ith: : the (rxten ; which ought tll 101'.1111.) the "Guard( : *," who, II"J "'
INu't.: c'l"1'rl.i.t'nl' .! .1. T. Petvtfon: *: Itro., 11. (n.i Mid.lletoti, 1)). )Hicks. !
:si.HI to Oc.il. and Charlotte! 1lnrlv, J to Jacksonville to take in thepneottered "
Tampa going
; :
,'I..Tnil: j n>: 0\: .Treasurer. ) N. J. Kennar.1 \\'. M. Seigler\ I 1'tli"I1' n't1.RO1n' AttitST. \ !,, xvant .
for They
Jiy till':11111:11'1':: (Canal, it i is connccte.ilh. t j miit.ltIi'p \ a.1t
1"I. M't.ACK:.secrtarv.: (Jnrrett Kirkland. Mr"" 0. A. Livingston. 1\\'. V. Paschall.VKt9tX t railroad to C Omla'" : Pal.itka\ Live O.ik and
N1:1)': Jo:. F.\ItJ.r.I.: : : I'ht.l', luziurrrathi: : \ the. 1'lIl\Illil'I111'' (Clay, Itradfonl and )1'iitnntn.The M'ttVm'\UK. ,i In\'TtItJOI: K:\ AHfcXT.: I lake City. Ihll\; little money spent in
iirronjidin! country h.it: rccdu'dflarjro t roads anti to thel
making good budge: surrounding
it. J.t (Iltiliinxon.! T. A. P.tk.la !
IMMNCIPAI:' I CI'1'I'i1'.11.1)O. : IIA.oiup.cr ) additions to the \population; in the I\"t: t''It l country! would 1 make a return
II n\: T \KKKT.: _. I .sooner for the capital: 11I\'t' Il.
t Iwo and the la.s"! of people raining\ 111
\ :( or Tin: COMPANY( ( : : jeaf TrankVhittenhntv.\ : 1'airhanks: has: shown n p<.od, 11I'1I1t"I
anti mi'kinjj homes ,jrivcs :appearance nf a l 11.\\\\: : \ in twocurs 1 mid' will I grow to ,
I growth )past:
To open a:I channel: li.r s(c,inn navigation flduretlor. the pard.n of T'lor- ytCKtiH:) TOOI.XNH FFKTIUZfiR be ni.' it ha" rival Ii
hopeful \ ( \flt II as no nrai'-i.
from" :Ninta; : IV Like, thronirh tike \ I F\tI'PlI ..1I'laiv.. about one and a hnlrUll1c'I (t'ratuIeI.! n 1'1'
t.aldo t. than (n"illl'4\'iJ\c.\ Waldo that oilers f.inn-
\\' nil H.o Transit I : Inllruad.Iiih.i: ;is: i 1.1.1, tiow ")'l'lI to available: \ ami practicahletransportation. : MU'tiaMI: Mil: >telYlwt. !i hwo and has a mill\ and) store! ami\ :a f'wIh't'1iI1oV' ,i lar. advantages.Ynlee .

nf ncaily Jiiidwny, )bttwceii, the tcaport: towns \ ; I .T. M. Perry. Jolly & !1'cvk. !i \ / : ti 'ntlll! country round it and line is; growing' slowly, hut i is too closito \ ,- t
INriinndliia: i
aboutity), t : miles iiml b\. (Ctdar 1 ra',1; ; In-ni Key ksonviMc., lII.d. l only. \Vr /have 01' healthy a locution nc nay part: i I irnir\T:" rnoKixsiov.Pr. opeuinn1.* for settlers ; at the. Ill'atlllf the fa- 1 \\'ultin to became a formid.iblo rival.Waldo : .

It is also i tin-) jun.tiou. of ilu' : n'li-nlar;' of the/ "Twits. ') f'laft''I.'lIrl': / "oft! water ; l iV-h | J. 1t J. ferry t>r. I I.. Keiinult.Dr. : 11,1Hi'I'\ Creek which, ii aid\ to only need t foromc 1 lime h.is: but been not in dead n \ half.\ drranry.tat duvet''build-"

I'ailroad: (Orala.) and I II i
fret t ah( \"(' I tinlevel 01'I i ii;, '', i 'FL i .. lie had month l III'. : '!'the .
::1. hlNand (talili -if -?;n)0') I l.ind; .MM: : any :Nil: k-i-von. St. John' liver: be claimed! us nevbut: :sinxts' have) been

"'n11111ry thcsurroumlitt1: I is. rrtrl! n. iii,_: I__.__...:'' _. _--__-___-._..n.._ ..........._-'R_...<';'.''.'.''_''.r.--.w.'''''''''' ......... ...... -..."-,.-.. ..-. .t;._".'."...'...'.''.'.-.,'-.h''''.',.!..' '. '" '.'--'i' '-'''__,-.' ... ,....*-.* .a.-..,.n.'..,.,;-._,*,.".r.n ,.-TL...?..,,.,.,,.,,.,..,._. ........."........ .,".......'....,..,.,,.",,', ,. ..'.."c''j... ......... .. ..(.,.......,..-.. ,.-....,....-...............,...-T"\. ........"' ......<<:"., o.ofi';-...-.......... : dialling.I m. ii roved:!! if some l I' wTiund ;
----- ------- -- - -- -- ---- -- -- --
n I.II'.hm'l'! of :N. 1'I 1-1'n. ............. :' ): .. watWt' \' \ : has 'berg
,- +IU --4- -- r'--" .4iea myjMiM/Xii-wi -
thcrn _
The Santa immigration I IV' l.ik.reuion ... '\\ ; J.tlC:. "I/.tI", I, '." -r.. ', '\. '" I 1 I I: I rn:mi.. '"lon.iind. l many
: : iill.t's \ \ J Z'1:: y:: J learcd) llpandmadr .
:: Q .. i> si '
) .-n.iiopportunities t to -- b. ,
( : t ? ; : .i1l., i l.'c l.- I l pleasant: : toolplHlurtis
o : to" nit'nof ( i i : : ( '<' that were
inpital: t 10 in'\ t" : ,,. --Lf- -1./q-.r. -Ill .- __ II rtr.w'I' woithlessTli. .
ill land at a 1"\' ... 1 I .'re is a future I""t.11,1.
price, .mil 1 to, :MII'Iaim.Mir : ;, -1 1.E
i : .:" ; < ..1-- ; \1.I\ t lo. 1
""" c. -- dfr

1e] 1 rtltl'tid'1'h1 t 'ana ". railroad ;; :_- '.j,, < I --t ., ..: ;: I .. '. I :
*, train; "nt.ul- 'j -- --M A'/ )---: ,
tI inn' im leased l 11111.\1\
t -
>t:ijc! lines, I transportation ; 1'I I C I j (T I Jy It'\ 'Il.;JDIC., ( I I ; 1IISlIr.rn: ...: in population ; has
: { ; f \. :::: ( '.I,
)' line-: .L I -- -. ,- -.J-:..- '"" .. '--!- '- -1 ..J.41"" 'k.k. / many advantagesin. I .
hotels, and, new" '' r i I : i \f : K, i / ) ft I" iII I : si'iiiiegood) ; farming : -
I \
towns ;are tuvilnl.\ ; I !. I I I J I' '' .__ ...... .f i land near by.Marke r
About time thousand J --n//r-4hT'- .4. -- + .

:and, over acres jive< ,f mil'l.ind.-, I I: : TL }p I I : 1- i: :"I .:\ -.,I, '_-I'-J.t I 'I- -t'f"-' -', I'-' ";( _. -- I '-'" -' v oJ. ,;,, "..>_;,'. ._..1. :I : : I.. "/ own little: : well improve holds; grows her u' r

< if water: fronts: ;ai.' L I I I". I' / 1 .. I'j. : / $,.1\\1\|, ; does not

tontrollcd liy tin- -...I....-i \ '.I\\'.1 ', '.' .. 1 --.'--I.J;; ----J: -<;t. .L.Q\ -/ -0' : ..- .. .. ."'--- -1-1Iot'1t I -pen.t much in ornament t
Canal I Com pan, v.Miitable '. 1'1 \ : "I- t:: ) I c." ..\ I I I ; or whit 1'J -
risidctics I I' !" '; 1.1'' I ',ifc.." ) ... r I ,I .i ;J '-.; I ./.;\ ?
for' I' I \ "" C. t ... '1 --- 1'1 I \ ..I I .: -J I If J. w:tMi ; will he the

<' and fruit Itrlil''lIft'I' : ', Lb2J I \ ) I I.. .... .. eoiinlxseat' sometime !
I ) 1\ It
'\ fn.nt lots:: at : / f./ I -- t : I if t ietllptednl'I I I .
: .! \ I" 'M 'f. 1/ I ";. : '_ : It i I I
reduced l ratis: to thestockholders. .: _I -.1-- :" .jl J ----1.-//. ; -I"Ii V- -- not 1 buy .it up for; aMihnrh t
r ,,", -;;-. _u'l-." : .j'I I! I 1 [.. ." j \\ ; I I .; to Ins saw
'I'his (canal.: now, 't: Th \" ::.....tfJt//- '. I --), /2ThfLiL I! I :I I! Ut.1.1 t./ 't_':t"3 3 .- .' ,_ mill i \ I Colonel Moo re

ft hI''nlll ill )Waldo! ""OIl'tl'III't'd) tn l Lake) :; --J-- -- .- 1"H. n 1:0.: [....:,..: :: r ) --t-'J--r-J ./ ,t 1/ \i J 11L J Lj-% ;I! I' !"" L D. --....iI :;.,'f.J ",} 'lq -.... 'I'I; it will t if make they: a will town help M'

Suit( IV. opens liptit ::, !, ... ___l wtitriiJ'iiJ'\ :wt#'.--. I l; .1.; .1r _Ir+, ,,..eI r him, and l'nl1tirsdu.

I Iran -Iu'bratinn"' r ; : /J I 1'lYj, j } ,1 \1 .." Hot got I\1\1".t! I

more I than I ) tbirUmiles t, .. -lrJM ..-_. "':;: _I-/.... ,,_. _, \ '. rfqr7fif4 I -- '.' of him.Ijiwtcy i 1
1I 1-
,of shorn Jill;', IL I 'fj '. ,I I is the bestidiiised
: f
I I.\'t' rJ' I
:. I I I I : If 1"f f ::j ,' I
and mugs) within !I. .-. ,-----.--...::-.- .Ly- ...J.-"j".._! .... .1." : : .' town(( on the
('a.IC'I'C': ,' l'1'war': J----t I I I j 'J .. '. -- ,."' ... .,.I ',, .... road ; grows and im-
1 Ll .. I k
t" .
OIKbun! --1 j : .t/l '- -.t-J ., .. > and I will ho
died tli'iiisand. l a'l"-< I' - __: .. -IC; ._ .- I__. __ __r_..--(...':\1 ___1;,_...,,. .. ." .., ,,. .:\.\- _L.F _. ........(- ''J) ti a| ni\'s mar\el of 'nciess% ( ;
".if Jil' 'la--: farming: :'I I I ; t I ..1 I ....J..' .1. : ) I .. ... will in a few cars
I .. >
II "Ltf 1 I I I / oj\. I t tt t.
,;! I. .I .
:and orange;: land-( .I t l I I ---------- -----"1'f' '_- .. .__ ,,.f4, ...._._-+- .._..} .l I give; the lie to all

State l longing,; U.iilroad: t" r I 'the.S. .J.! I I l r PI J'-! I l : ; j jl\ : ( : i1. (,. 1 .:.. : ;.f' :' '( .,} "' -1 '"::1'' 4 ,'.i Ii make who; sayoii nothing I jrr"wIII can

I Lf. .. .''I 1 ./ rI I
4k. .J .1 ) ,
; ;
( ;'.\1'1111111'111. andpiivate i : it -- -- -- ; ;: .".:: -liB ,\ on Mat land.Ilighl \. S .
/parti1-! in :. I ._ : ;! : .- .. ....0.1.:1,( : I J.r'r t I ... I #J2IIL.t 1 '. ..',, -J' t.r.J I j. III I I. ::ind, has, prospei t
... .
oneul'themnthrajthy : : 1 : (,t ---" ; J ( ahead. The

'lions 1 and, ,. unions tit'.-in roll-,toae 'j. 1"j, i :, : .c(,;.".. 'r-::,,r: ">, JliSL, I: : .t' .I it-: [ I L-ill I ."I r L LJTj., J 1 l/. }. > ?: I (new: >. Will mill:SI of Hill(Cook lll.lk"\..VCl I

ill;. I Mils* and\ hundreds i! I I'' I I ; :: i } I T-- IP it :1 I'Usv lumli.,'
': of beautifulclear : i I 3. j I : : j I ( ( :! J.L I i 1.flii t / &J: I AJl 11 I" point and it MVII.Hto tf
watt lakes: ; E.w.I ; ; : ; :\ \ -': ;: -- 4 t be a sih|. >ndid,
\\Ith an altitude .if '1/ I ( : I J : \ I : I ,\\--h"l( .. Ii : /point for; sottlemelll.Ma ''' .
I \ PJrI '
t .! j. I I ) ,} \ : ....." ."."..id." 1 ...\',.. ......\\\' .. ..' II ;: \, \'ill.1 is a good
1.tthetu /
: ,
( 1 r / l'l'.l'I \ t yr. .. '. '-:::-.' .,' i.'ll. .' '." .\ ',. ... r lumber, and\ tuipentine -
Tlu-i'; lands. arcjnrially 'I.[._ : I .._ I ",', v 4-- I .," .,. .. ; ,' i''Y'I '::" ';-::' .. I It ,""., .. .' ':.',"."''! .."""i. I1( II ,_- point, perhaps. :,
-- -- 0. a t
.- : ad\ :ipi.'d) lo r 'fe 'K ,' 1 1 Yt"\0'Vr" : "':"'.: but Ii 'I'' ::general'' I'lllii
{ /lT"
I ; i i : '1'1'f
/ i : -'r"JCI.J'-JY r"f f
I Iht'grulving ot'iarlyM'ju'i'talili'1 f '. />: { _! \. j.-i.! ,/|:>fe { ''i/ \,11 iT.v\: 'i )) IiiK) or cultivation,. rtout
t'"r the '- T--.t 1j"b --- ,1t4 'ugh h tI'I.I."I'c'.l
: ,I i- ;: r' : .E. 1' : ; :;;:; '( ;' ;: ; !r
Northern! inarKrt-. TT1 i : -'v.v,6/, !' !' : .\.t i't; lo pass' an
.t"r. --v/7JJ
'I( .1 : ; ,{, 1"\\1' .'s'-'v'i--; : \ ; ,
I \ ; .
'I ..
The' fait; I that oranpuand I -. -.1 -- _,-10.--\: __ -. '--- '1154\ -1 :: .w opinionllaldwin j
: K-nioti trrti'l ; t 11 I.y( :'( I / t I -it"I I 1\\ V.1 I; r.;; r""A' n:.,l.:+pt,l :.) M 1' ; \\ ;f-f-r r { \.\' : 'f-h I t.1I I <'halite( : ar, '
this locality! hI'I 1 I -I _. _.. ; cars ; look out, torsharpers
v. -:i.w '- : ,;. .L, -- ; : \ \ \ ;
:: \
ncMr 101'1'11'. injiir.illiy .j ./.7, ; .;, f tt*, ) ; syt\\ ; r- ? ...,. q-"....1"r xrii: bunko, )
frots.liili I tries I I,4 : l ..ft: : I tltivicaul+ i.mnte,
\.1 J .
nearly; .me hundred! ::1 ., ... kLj AJ'-'t', : ',. i and -lliiiK: kit ortal
tlihf.II'11u.t !south I I '" I ,! .t;,:. / / '. "f in1" ; t tllr wrong
killed dining : n.. ., .itf. ), )\ /1////" J."t--l----r-: : 'i'' ''\.' tte'- train JhrdlII'r'
vise I 1.- ,,,..... 'I.. : I/ f. ,. .. .. '.,
t the ," \l'\'I' old .if WAFITAFATW :} -, .- 'I' } 'I'I\\ iMi iif.'h l for u canal)
:i T
.' f r "" ; \' ,;. j f,1 .. I : and, al'iio.-. miti-li
fur HUT v.-inters '. '" I ., ; ': I' I : (I'on'
: r "
provi-.s: concnsivcly' A i r \' r\\ -#*' wy I '<. -. -sfcjvrl .- .*.. ...- ;' << for a rare track.
,! .t.. _. :. ......; J .1 : :
that this hrh: lake 1.raw: j I : Take any traill111.1
J\J j Vy' $. $ / I \ 2t' V&I KC-X4,
region N f.i"r.ililyad.i'tcd ; l '-' ; : } : t / J I : leave you; will not /
l-! AND THH I \y.c""t' 7StE.I! .I.:.t.\ to'l'1 be. :. X. IJ.
:i| I to fruit I'U | | f fjffj -f. ': %, ffipQa'u ""fr)
". -.r.. t... \ > / ,- } \ I I i
:\! I
tun"i- have I for !sometime :J HN" j'+(L .r ;("( '''t. Vl 1 [ .1 t\ 1 .'""7''t. ," .' ,I,:, (((7.
: S < RE "fJ Y 1 \ \ \ ... ....... ( )> 1 I ,,
\ 1' establishment
I I>ccn a wart-that : ; ; / .. / K
l .... \\.1i .. "T ..,. .
-.' -- 4)t'ii
lit! country KtitnSinta I /E !? 4) lAcmJiatMl' .t i" '- I, cotton nlt.torr
: IV, (1\1I1'\'U.; 1"6 I ; 1 ,I 7 i' '."'" l ,I on the (Clement Attachment .
and Ilu' IItlll'r lakes, : : .. .' .f 1''lr, \\1,1\\ -- J I i. ) plan, at
\\a;+ alhui/'el'nlnltry.. .0 FLORXDA1.. ( I r. 'I ,) '.1)., '( I t' Waldo, would I... n
1 free from tro-t: I tlio 'i ; .. .} \ '(". I I .:..;1. -. ; I I paving nterprise.It .
--- -- -- ; :
. JmiiRuf the or.ipjrc: I .. '" .. \ ( I I I"'.', .""..(..... ".......I -- -- .i \ is the heart of tho

and) no douM a fe\v ..:..:---. I I '"i:...: ', >."\ 1"-, / r" t i1l !I; long-ritaple. inlloiiregion
('11,'r:!elic i nien l'atlaetNt .1 I /l'-Y' Ccalo A inch to the j1/T : iJ :! ''; undarevery-
y : tu1. [ .. F! 1./ rant have
it upi1.nd niaku I I body a
the land! worth a-< .II. I.; (( ,,\'\\ & ,' +I i .' :i'I"J'i" .J\'o. ." ;1 .. .- : cawmilloranorangttgrove; i
much as any in Florida .', \\'Ii, .f \ r- ; i.l l .(. ; '''''- II I I.4" we commend,

i in a \ery short [ ;-"..r..J._. '. -.fJM1.is /.t.arN4.rM. .r7 ... ...J'-. -_- .to -r-- !,, t the advantages: U fi.i

time.!'".. *..l.i,t With- ...r.,.lot...that. .Ii'ltlil...laml....... .-..:!._f4. ..:'--:" '_ -: :"fI ;;: ;f'!'.:.;-";;.:.-_oorY"-:---::779- --.' ..,..., I'.-. .....'_-.-.-::, ..._..-._....-.a--.-.-:_-.....tr.-....-..-...-...:;..:_.._ .. -. -. ."!"1..:;..'_.'<.,.#.....:......+........-.........-, J.<,.J.--:;.:,;.;1:;.;.,.L;::.;.,_.._".ti..... .1cT_..._.........w esnryar. --N1-.- -- ,.._.. _-r--a..u__<.__a..or..r.-._:_ .. .,i.i.. .Waldo!"' .ratillu-.- to I nf the' tluisMure .n conihii _-
the canal h1't/ 'olut*' who 1 1"4Iklll ; up
assimdand: I, with the canal tuiMuthat! in the year; peaehi-s from May to October.ieiicrul i M.T.\UV M'HIK'!. I
I wtti.m is a !"Ill mine.! If we can keep out ( faniiiii: } i is I limiti-d I.'ut/ projKrlycondiuted D. H. Plaic.: I Ii u tliwn-.it" jiIi-uH.intly located. on hi.'h; try it, by all means."

all undesirahle,,!lit the! takes jieople'; all, and will!(.butt p.: well.1feW Titus Ih'ctlll' uivcs hand\ returns.: Fur orunj I, .\T rOI0:\'>1. I{ hills, fronting on Santa, IV: and) ( icne\u The IIIWII.tllrt,: of from palmetto

will/\iK-inunstrate* the fact; that :Santa: I I'e and grutving undplta.'authumerthe: year round" T. J. Fornt, I II..K. Place, I J l.akl'H, and with the advantages of tralllMJr-; | liU-r is (U-coming' a Ii l'u\It'r\ \ and I largo;;

p1)- its environs hut.e more real l "ttom lor; fruit we tlaim many advantaged., The future ofWal U. F.WMHI Ji\'in\t..lI.;;! ; tatioii NINA to be furnished: l through;; the iuuntitics| of the new material are now beingshipped

I), growers than any other, JMirtiun'f| J-londa. ,lo cannot )be judged by a )hl\.'ty glance I I.OIMJK, t.. A A. M. : Kinal: I oilVn many attractions to (hoxe who to the Northern paler| 111 l. The

g. from the car window, and I those who wuul.llike W. .M.-General; ) lliudl: 1':11'10.t'lll.u."tlf. : I \vi"h to net uru |1..lItioll in u healthy. ami watt region: and llrull/ld 1 inexhaustible i Santa J.f.lIkl'mipply, with/ its of pure palmetto

er THE orange; aekiugI business: : in Waldo has: to know the facts am iiuited tofctopund I fruitful region: ut moderate riites. A few in the/ friar vi< iIl t)', utKrs sulK'riur.

veil been of. considerable j and in vt|'"ll.rtanee- during.>tablis'; the||. look uround.t i iI ft.t1I'I Mlist-Itev.11r.1'JiUl: ( "s. i Northern families: are ltK'alt'f111t'ar by and it advantage fur the/ establishment uf papirmills.
he-iM.li The large .
mVnt of i K.: Hean of :San Mate., Putnam |t 1 I I - --- lUptlht-Uev. Mr. King. ltl'1-t f..Ir to beoon one of the taunt tittractj i
lit John's liver have had a lpisc! j'al-Itev. Mr. uU vuu. Mr. I. V. Man-inn, residing in thiscotinty
eoiintv, on the :St. II M.il.ltO W.\\'i S j I Iveuf the interior towns: of 11uri'Lt.uli.ito ,
here, and have, in addition' to the ]I!I, l'n*lo.tt'rlolll-JI'v.: AJffTKK IIl11u'an, "11)11 the Htarke' 'Telegraph, is the owner of a
'nVr- im-hiU of 11lrI'lIn the t'l..t oranges; on :'I \ -- pig; tvvo month old, with six fully\ developed / .
: Of all rxsefi.
Kge) Like, purchased; I all they could getat A rillST-t'iaSS BAW.M1IJwhich -, ; : ft:. 1 feet. It is apparently, aa 'healthy uti.llhiltly
; Nearly all of thosit 'j !H. J. Kt'tlllllr.1.Tflf ). as other pig; of the same .
from Waldo and \'idnit\ ran le btgl'litrl l with logs f(,r years, uny Mgt.It /
! I,e&t! selected<< fruit has gone North, with the Santa 1'e C that. or WA1.I".-orfHTJU.Mayor : A new t"Wllllt the wut1I end of l Santa IV .likes iik; tin would be a protitable/ kind
ah ''!'.tereutsjett"hark, JU"III.: ; t San Mateo, through the -IK H. Plac-. i: lake, her :a lI&w.wil"t"rt/ : alllJ) wu;;ou hop! of I hog; to raise for 'home, if (he h-gs were all

Kla:' The ('ulI,.. MS-ond<< and third rate, etc., ; i hind i lagThe :>I _________________
rn- credited to Waldo probably.We I| I.\'J-J:: :Y STA11I.K.: (Clerk anl"rl'a.ocurt'r-J.l M. Jolly. > and a number of chnlljllaJJ: built during ;

eB lIan.I"'I'n 'cur to have l i-rmai.cnt. I )fat'8hat-8i.hwy CJieeves./ I the past two years. Aratlreu.ltoireetit5ve; Peninsular I liallroud: is u ItUI'C"'Ii.ill

L. Lon) es establishedand: lit Waldo have tl.ejeredit. A IiiXTIX: (11'FICI:. I 1
:on. t SIKiKMAKKU.I1UICKVAUD.: :. dkton, I U. "'' ro'tt""fI, H. lUulvnu: : ,n, H. Jtu.Uni. olfcrcd to actual Mttlers in this! vicinity, and might atid I IIIalll to have" it extended to

<\ 50 lUlmoral 1 Hotel at Santa IV Lake, U | I u numljer of Northern farnilili. are l'ttlt..1 l (teala. There lt i: every pnkst. rr<<.t of tads: being
SOUs60, The for the: a.vomm.Hlati.m of a j jlalU ,! : I l;.\autn: blurt'. 'here ; b"the have nude line plated' for the done at flu di"tunt day | and Waldo will bo
yet 'nt" Tht *ta't' (J. (i4rlner.c I; thus very greatly l>enetited.The !.
of j-u *U .... t time they have been improving.
,VE nu Jwj hy ;i J5ritk ( t $10 1 j-tr thousand ;anil wo have i .
ulMJ\lt I'rt roiuni i i4! mail'dirU-t c..mmunication& I' plenty of g'joJ day ami cheap fuel. tTJ'lJl> 6IJd. I : early vegUablo business is largely in.t'IY'aMlllg ,

.van 1lext Winter will stcamlMat have through;; the canal. U:, Ii. 11'ceks, 'f. ,)1, OQuU nI.GEIST every year. The fadlitlcH for rapid i l .i
with'allo by Itl.11114.: MtU,. : The culture of jxaiheH'' 'has of late Usomcquite t>hii ment to Northern Markets front Wauloand .:;

ELP.M.- Wall') !UIIUSI:' is i: of titN NI bize, well kept, H. )U.KWT S. W1ek ,. a prominent industry Iu and aruuud1V"aldo. ,' I vicinity are unaurpaxKcd. ; and the gen-
01' OKAXUK: ( : PACKING 1100}?,. c'rtlll"IIiJ I i is peculiarly adapted to the early
'et.Vat I.)AST :S:
l Vl'Gl''f.U': ; :: SJI 11'1'10 IIQU$}:;;.. JSinglvtgu! been protluied with marked sueusls; I tL i vegLtabU4.,
rate?. t.

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FHISKUAUY 21 1880.() ,
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3 ],'IU.Y.LVIH.1'8. II. UlOI 1, ..Ll Ifrt'I't1'1'iidlll'l'tl.t\ it wushroii.ht" hl'I'I',1I1I J.'l.() I: Irl.1'.I'. SKA'ON: I IR80. TIII: I'IaOll.t

ITSWe COJI.111/VI.U. 1.mT.11'1l. tint: :a rigid; I ipi.tranlinc; : will always: \keep\ it TIM: cgmioxT. : ) AND! 1 Drlnt.\Tlo( ( ) (COMI'A'Y

r take great pleasure! in being able to) from. 11'1dt .. Th<% epidemic\ accomplishedfor : .I HVirnjtw i ,""I"r tfif "1,1' nt, !:").1, tit ,./,ripif. I IS,1;: :\' ll1N.l\ FLA. J/\U

present! to our readers to..II11:1. : address !bya : (us wli.it \persuasion, :i mill, advice '1:1,1'1111'1'-, 1.1, niffru' iiin/tri of hitifnf, In mill 1/1.,1' Tj OFF!HIS:

vjry! (li"Ungn Ii.1, Htl/.en d..li"I'I'I',1I' ly fail..I! to tin Hut i. to establish. I'lui'i'lil. ifliirli. il't1 itiuii, jiinl'; jloulinhrrr quad'
: ; (, : a systmofdrainaxo. ltlffrt I'fjM'rnlllil 11'h'lli'i'n'' 'lii'lilip fi'ilniiii'nil; inIlif 'f'lw' r.t'ad1n loh'l ofllio !9)1..11

on January: :!
.,r I' '\' I1\\(1iI1:1: : ]Hoard of TIWlt.111"/ now. after f.ir a in ist happv! !success ; ince (tie! tircctlvn i/t'iii fiinnitfit.itit'l.: /: In ,tin>', nil Heated,. ; Llght-d by Uas./
: : ;Ste-im:
.. Of the mostArX'HSSMt.i
,y 1 revision by the author, published! iVic.rtoi.-t/* drains\ : have been in operation we haven .my 1.llr)'x f/; /iniiVdninl' ; 111"1. //"< ,I UV{ I Hot and, (Cold: !' llat'hs.: OI'al.nlllwiltol') Fireplace t
' r / // filfO Inlr i'i4ini !(( (/>
in our column) *. tcd almost 1 a (positive, ; absence of matari.i.: /,'('. rrstiltt nf! iitif "'"' i fjHH'Wl'iHitx, iniuintl filchr'liiniii'it'K \ : in every Ioon! ? ,, &(., il-e. Pncticall.VV'ircPr.Mif flour andpenal I : AND: 11) : t.\ 11!!

The: address: is "full of exact: knowledge, : 1111:1! till' elll'rllllf'"lthfllllll'-'I.: :: has: been mipard nnl IlIIlII.fi"[ :/ !. nt n'1.lhurtrc/ iror./i// accommodations, fire! Hose[ on I for every Fa'milii: and<1

' lucidly' 1I1'1'all..tl..1.: and set forth: in torse: ; ; ,-iii. The \physicians! ol' whom there fl,' fiinntili'ritfl'Hi; ; u!' burl' nl'l, Hint new ri'nitlriit*. L-irge Parties. I.AM'S IX Tilt
Ami u',' ln-fi' itxk tlir tlirttiteiiii'r "l 1 cniifii'i'Ht'illf / /
strong language:!; : formiiu: IIn! exhibit! !so com-\ 1: aril thru', till fiicak of tin "distressingly! r. llir ftit1'fp** Hint rnrri'i'iontli'ii : fnf: ilt* It'dlH'4'41 tnh' T.\'I: or n.oniDA() ; ) ,

a, o \p''oien! ive and satisfactory! :; : of the :adv'an-, hc'tltiiy" condition! of the! place. In. u conversation 11"111,1'' jii'tfjiri'lt'i ninl tlrrrl; >>/>ini'iit nf; r'rrqxrs'iuu

' tagos of this locality: (for; wide! hnsimvn plans. :: willi!I one of our nrll 1 citlz'-ns a /,v' fill/H'" 111'; "/','1/(,/ Ii''',7 (' '(','!/ I'M'ltH/l/! For patties: remaining a week or longer.KUMOXT .\only $L:) per aere to now "tier!, with

of thy e! innnerci.il facilities: now ofl'-red: andof few lass! since, he remarked that ho was 1riAPair 1\,1/(1/ > iinfkti a ""Ii' (',.,/ fur I'l'ifi'lit.! : : (CoA( I Eal: : evi-rv (limit and! the privilege of selection in parcels "..f -Uncresor '
Tlif (11(111'u'uril1! I'prrvrini! 1"/II/1f"r.l'll; l in Train. Rowing :Sailing, FHI IIi, and Hunlitig These lands are located on
; : '
u the 11111',11111.1 I encouragement: :\ to increase surprised! to heitr how 1 foolNh, !
: very soon ; Ilorl'
1,17,11,111 I'lniimf t flu' '
fnntiiininft *> prrxrul !/'' ; in the Inlets, :SomuU :ail 1 on the j Isles III'till'
I siiiil, enlarge: those! facilities i that the mostiittiug \per-Miis' 'WKI! i ought rl oily to know better\ ) lt'i'1 "1",,,?/ /iiii'iili'I.' nit/ ni't.ift'li'f, iiiijif'n'IHIn / ''- Sea.( Spoilsman's: ;Paradise. Firsta: and ailjacetit II'th.IIlI'( of theATLANTIC

+ ): word, to by spoken: concc-rniln, ( { ,' it were, with: re.|>cct lolheIIPI:04i1ilitieolofl'\ : { : '':: /* curl ininiitrnf'in !n tt S-Hitli 1"111'11'(' rueii'.tauOp'; ", !lift nut In ."> !I'fftlit I Ii each in theV.rld.,!. I II! iwling! Alley, Shooting [ ( ( Jfl.r \\1
7' seems l'lltl'jn'lt tilts-rrnl. : and then itrtf 11'al'tiujl'dllt' ; fever front(, the fact t of it* : I It.:
r ""!I'r. luau/ 1'I'u'idt rtilftii/ it/1! Ilih fti-fuvl liHHulinrti (iallery, P.illard\ \ J li-iom: ;tVc., cotuiected; CO.'S) H. ,
\ Many will bo interesjed' ) by. the succinct hiving; existed: here, three years aril! ThU; ., tint mirifif il,I"H urn I Hint; illljifin'i'il. Till wit/ hi ho House.. \ .\. L. MKLLKN\ : : ,

1 ;4! i, n.lrrntiveiron of what! has already: been accomplished ,"i.t simply I : ubs-trd. I I rem! jmber 'cry diInrtly <- .,,f""III'1" / !" ni)>rnfiiirnt 11',' ./"',,11llIf,. fromIinf :21-tf! ProprU-t. 1'. extending fiom FKIINAXDINA: : (all the I, Atlantic

with!. regard; : to increase of (''111- I : that I thenWan: not; a single; case: of to lnirt nut ran/ liulnyoarxrlrrx1urUlyrl.evl- : to (CKDAU) I KIJY, on the (iulf. const,
',,'I/f/III/lIrd/", lint" m-itrtif tin'HI iiittluiiin/ iniTccj at IhJIlIII.t: \ : iicrca: o lumber mills; fever ,,','I 'ri!H algflit'rctllrninri'futcis i : : ; '1I"'IiI.'I,',.. thus ali'I..lill to the ]iroilueer 111':11 (''1'

1 5i::I the vicinity( \ ; the increase agricultural: amt since: that tint I am informed 1 that! tin- slant ami rapid tral'lnrlatilll, !best,

( ,rv sottlemeiits: along the! liiie of/ our railwav: ; little! sickness occuriing. : here, has:!: he"ii of TiKii-rl I'l-niii; Ji<-!*r>ni'ilr./ -Thift city :sitiiifed 1'HX.'t; : NA, FI.OlMDA: markets.

1 improved, postal facilities: ; extension of different 1 a \'cr.IlIil.1. ( nature. \Ve have hail several' : on the St.' John's) river some 'Si:! miles The 111 It of country traversed: by the Transit -
from the and "o miles water from 1'lo\U.1L: IX
hy I
',;, lines of railroads) the Peninsularriad ( of "increasing hut oeem : H. unbraces
: \ : ; as I epidemics: ) ; population, I'Vrnandin.i has direct! (commuiiicatioM' with It. : .

t, :r. : and in connection: with thi. : the. tint disease: 'ls itt> I hy any weans coinim-d! l to. New York, I hy a wet'1.1lilH' of! steam.-'liips, t'ine': I,* a isi i .v (lroceei': SAM : : : OF SOIL

,;: vast development of the! fruit trade jutcomnii'iicing. Fcrnamlimi. Thrsystem; ""f water lost-la, is /.;'/ IVrnaiidiiiaith, Snvannah: hy inland\ 1I.iYtITY

;':t';;-' ," 'c.xcc-lletit I for; It :small I town and there is" no route. !semi-weekly( \ steamers: : ; with (Cliarlostin 1' to he found in the State, a large proportion
outside lt.s:'yitge *OPllliwl'l.klhlllh linesstoppjpjrnt :
," F ir what I is '\il! of' the movement of ;grain: chance::,: I poisoning' the water he'.v! us the !, ; I Vriiandiiri'inil'j k,"'nnillth.; \1 PUOVI.SIONS.can[ : I ( : : being" peculiarly adapted! to the 1'11111 ofSiiMiTuortrvr.

t. t I" this: port from 1 tll 1 r.' great Western centres: :! piMdi'.i, ; are e.inveyeil to a safe 'distance t"rmiuis, | is nt 1'al.itka: :jhoiit "o miles ahove : Fiinrsand Karly Yegctahles! ,

'r 'f and of: our harbor! and tin(! a Ivanta; e.s to : "from the town hy means: of vdii'-lcs; ('111- Jacksonville): ; tliese lines! connect with. boiiNon I mil TIl' L'tftfc, ( 'onifxict nodi"1/ v! Tlinlntmake ;
the St.lnh11'sunl: railroads! Fcr-
s'; t'lo: at-.d! to of( tl'-ep- ploycd! fiir that The t ujiper\ : 1'XAMIXATIOX J
I. government: eo'iimrce! l ; : p-irposc.! iM.ij.irity o these: landsorthy of ( -
nandi'iii and Jacks.inville. Pailwail .t:'lI.
I ("CUlltt1lllC'\, rely upon\ getting::: 'lOICT( ( ; .
ening; the! approaches! : to it,-f''ir a full. presentation ,, o\I'l'iliz"II'1I'1.! l' 'ft'I'1I waterhieh. every steii'iiv-r-1 t.i :-IIIflrd; and :semi steelh'stitn-!: : : ) by manufacturers: of Lntnn

: of those! and kindred" :1 great topics; I I body knows I is tie! j p-ire! t water. There. t." "'ra to the Ochlawaha.! t : a'ld) the! t'] -pt'r HI..r non1) ):,, asNOTHINt AMI. :N \v.\i. :SroiiKs.XiW'. .
'('+ !''II'W'l'I' ,ihn.s: which' stop' III all Hie townsaiid. I11ndinry -
in the
W-- beg; to refer to/ the add.vss itself; adding : city, and that proceeds' '
o'l, the rivr eonueetimr with 1'.c..iriHt.uil
"'il.\' the singh-: c-omim-iit, as: eminently tine ':, 'directly from tint, best of hotf-N,t : the, Kgiiiont : SKTTLF.USJ'urehasing :
111'-:1. Aiu'ii'-tine' and Tram !
'I railway : t ; lit j't TIn:: FIN1ST I : : ; 11\\;\ : XII,';
(lu tie! tone IIt'Ih'I'III1'I'.t that it appears\ \ : toby to t, the.! !ii %tI. The angle, from the ., at Salt! Lake to Titiivville on liidian: river.Payseii I : land this nrc furnished

lIIarkl'elllarolllallllt 1 :; by III/r.taIIIlI,1 l com I hotel to the river is so favorahle: : that there! I crs or I'n'i ht to lYrmindinu\ \ : or Jacksonville / II I 1111, company IIic'1'I'a11-I
with ( f 'u ( fmt pi'cllt'tlart'spirit' : \ (looking: to the interest: and, ( i j jit is no chance) ,ni'a'iv( dimmer hold thi.s! source. I or to it or will fiimi he seen(tVdar; ) can!Keys daily: on reai the i h cithercitv ( ;iiilf, ______ arc( k<'pt' in -toek.: ._ ___ i'i I tail!road !for'lll'r 11Iiy mil personal! etlccts;.

the welfare of !the entire i State and: of flu 1 1"f Iesid'the! : : water power lit the hotel, ( i! | and ( '11:111:111',: : ,'hl' l'h'I'I'Il'nill'ont.llllJlll:1ke' : (N. D"*. .\*;.' i:6'i'. to the station II'an..t the l: I1I\'l'la-OI"1(

; country\ .1It large.A11.S.SMI7 I quite! ( sullicicnt! to tlood (lie sewer" at any steani'-rs up; or. down) the St. John's.: Daily TITL1-: :; by
I mails! t) and 1'I'lIlIIlhl' north from'eai'h'.. :" t'!itvand Im'LET1' 1'lI;; ,1'ln'll
tlu( beg pardon\ : for trespassing;; uil.luyutl' i
?017.V7'1* AOJlUUI.1'VIU:. ; I : on river as high :as Sanford.: 'Ti"nrapi' grant 11'11] the llIitl.1. lall'1llllll'd'1cfll '
( :
1, ; siluable.pat: : '(, 1 h-it: hope t: tat: (Ids i may lines l'IIII\I'.IIII.t! ) all interior points, (Cuha ti the :State: of Flotida.ConKKSPONDllNCH! .
The Fair organized! and exhibited: ill 1'cr- : prove of :.siiine( !intcu-st 1 to your rc-iidcry. :and the rnited! States, Canada and oceanehlelines. I

iViudina! last spring\ : for this county, besides' : I II. (I. | :\ l II ith the railroad: ami steamboat ( : i: ( I ) :: : SOI.IC1TF.D.DiHeriiitive : .
: AND }L'ti.IROISO! > :! ) < ; :STAMLMS.CAltUIACF.S ;: .
I service are: well equipped and fally .' IIVMUY i
its: .1iI't.t utilltaiian. hene'its! !: was: 11ofbr8nty' thing lip
TIIK LiiiA1tI'.L4.SUC1,11'IO.1: \ to I II-PI a'ld 11:1III' mailed
mn' ipro\o'nents", : dav by : \ : MU-S and uicri.\tw: : on
from the ex.-coding; taste: which I II ( J: : i ::; AND WAGONS: : :
improved and enli.r.-'ed: l to meet inc' \-i't'!!
.\t the adjourned ni'-cting; hi-ld 011 Tttes-{ ) ; applies.fion.i
presided, over the arrangement) I I an I grouping: travel and I 'freijrht.t'litiiiii I.
d.iy evening! last, the Ir allil..ltoll: of the ; To and from, Steamers: and. Trains.: i ('Ir11\ :,
oroj'cts; whether: I of r.II'l'rlll.II't! in pictures: j i
} Association, was completed: '>y the adoption | / }:/('!'-I fair (.i'ltlttni'cil.I'rom pers.uia Land. ( 'ulllli, .ti < anil cUlieatc fabrics wrought by fair; hands, |i iI interviews and letters we It'al'lIll1:1t on ( X XTIACTS: ; i'ou I: HAFLIN* !, ihv.KOI : : end Seventh Sts.Jltf .
I II ut'toe (.Mowing: : !
1' : f; or of the varied products: of the ,garden and ; ordina.iy )pino land, such land as \\ ill 1 'rudu.'e Oti'l 1 1'01. 1h.:11
I :1' Aurrci: :( or 1 1'II'IIfTlII"! _.
fr-iiii hu-hels
: in to lifticn tit'ecru, will : svr.i: : ---- - ----
lu of the I
1 lield and ; tnry-the entire space
': ': \ j r. Tii's eori'| ration shall! he known a.s theI'eriiin.lina ;; y'ul i I I I") to :2,-> bushels. lit'I'i','(. It m.iv beplanted : &,'I.OUU\
; ,t great halllll.ill distributed. and dra" ]>ecl null: j IIOKSF.S: 'lICCH'; :,", ]HAIINIISS: : : :, TEl
t' I : l.ioiary: Associaii-n! : ; 1 and its: ; from .\l'rillo June, or" IIIllal": mayhe
,. : :i' Hll'llwith! / admirable\ : : :skill i,*.uiug .in a j place: (business; : shall! : I ho the I.it,1', Fir.ian-: :' planted with nuts. .in early winter, croji. ( '.\ ltXII) W.\O: :,:. '

'11 1; hIhlypitttr'soaml; l pleasing: impression dir.a I-'l u illa. : taken oil'!! in May, and rice'then: planted,, riioWN IMPUOVF.MKNT; COMPANY
( I II. The: objects, !: and 'purposes: of this 'iii.pratiunhall '- i; whi-'h can he harvested: : in early fall: thus: ; 'l' ail:)l5 I: ( '.\ 11."'tiFt
I :tC addressed: to) theeyoandto. the 11I1 II.1.\ Withj: i j \ \ j :
\ he ty esti.Ui'.h;; and. maintain u '; tetlt"} ; .I crops': nil'lhe land I the :same year.
,: out aspiring\ : to the complcteitiss of a. :State: I'uh'.ic'! Library; and Heading Km' m ill the j I The land is ploughed c.s( I for tun.. harrowed, ;:'.'O lure a'ld Stahh! -First Street, !mI 1;

t a Fair, such: wore the selection and, variety of city of l-Vrnandini: Florida. : ; to arrange; f for-, :smoi.th !lif-ht;; 1'111'\11\\'" (''T drills! made( :3iilasl'1 t fv-et P.room Street Wharf.: : 4'1-t1 .'
and; $ lei'tures\ and other rice dropped III drill from IJ I: to. is ('riHtUI1ha.
III'til.t1t1"t'H'1I! h'cl as tU: :suggest: I the thought I ; i I manage: pn'-lic i IIft'ri i< \ - -- -
k' tainmeuts in aid i.nd( encouragement: !: thereof:: i i inches in rows I, covered as: coin or cotton( s'n\: ; 611U'i'UEU; It. I:. I.hu'
t on .
t that a 1'011I11l.'all' of Ilwlt'll': ( execution'i and, to do HMV' and l all other acts: belonging !I plowed occasionally: t.i: stir: soil\ and ki1! \ I 1'0\11

: wasagootl! model; for :similar; exhibitions! to to the ilttttes! : or privilegeof! like!: \benevolent, wI.l.l'i'c nrowiui!; rapidly\ !! soon :shades: the .',ul'd I' K<*.v.

.5 5S j imitate ; in that view, it might sifely, he charitable! literary aid: :si iontilic: I institutions.( ground and needs no further cultivation.NMIU ; F.KNANDINA: ) : Fl.olMDA: ,
S R III.J The capital: stock!;; of this cotporation \ ; farmers cultivate corn ami rice together 1i
commended the! attention of the
1 ( managers :shall: he one lh< >u.-and: dulliis,111111: : may in alternate\ rows, g1v'illg; the rice:
of the p'cat exhibition presently: to be had 1 1s'I he increased: l in the n-nial' /ill-inner, at anytime pou! ;.;hing; after corn. is: made! ::11111 :itlxu I virurits.NDIEU.Eat.yIx: : : :
in the city of Jacksoiuille.It : to imy .1I11lI"t\ evcecding;\ t twenty sitippc| \ .l i/f 'blades.: !Hy either imthod the 01'l'1''' to Lessees: and Purchasers a large
thonsind) : dollars ; to he divided! into share's! :; land, Will!: produce in value double what it
1, is u matter of extieme regret:: to our number! of the mi.st dilhll and desirable
of one,\ hundred dollars! !! : 1'lhlI. and issued: in.siuh would I u t'my. in corn. Where ;ground I is fertuicd ritotos, Itclt'VS1H2t Blnsi 7t'S, .
agricultural;; : ami 1 horticultuial! ; neighbors-ami) : fr.uti-inal. pants (.1'! shaie-a.s! may here (the yield! is. increased, often reachingW rot suitable! for Piiisiness Purposes-, or 1 for

4 they wish to express tht; regret\ 1 publicly 1 It al'Ur he pri-seiilu-il I hv the In'-Iaw" () bushels, per acre.fiiiiitfl ('ity or JL': ',

I that, as: a foinitti, w are not to be represented \ 1 IV. Thi.s, \ssuaiation hall! cumiiience i it.(5rp1)ratcexisttai : 'uil.-lt i is only recently that attention TI: HItT0: : :\ WAIIIC:, :nlml.al iI\'ll'I'It.

at the Jacksonville State Fair. As an ('( .n.late. Sevci.teinlli i "a.rot' has been given to iM'owing Miiall 1
: 1'I'111.151[ : : TF.KMS.Liberal [ .
l-'t-hriiary, A. !11>., ( Tlmusaiid.! 1'aj.litllundpj't
j fruits, shipment: as yet 1.ld.tltl'. strawheiry -
has stt.ted) the IIIlIttl'r.ulI.I \
) expert in gardening : 1 and IJalty and .shall ha\'( !-lIt'- !the' itKvn of :sm.ilI fruits" has become 'HOOFINGMI 1:( : ( ; (;i'TllII: : (;. '
N ( our "gardener seems to be a geologi.st :, t.t'yl'll f.ir I the term of, tin'\' *\ t'\I\ :' t'1'1I111laid: a sp\-chity\ | ; 1 formerly it was said\ and believed Discounts) on Yahies allowed to

also\: ) our County Agricultural Society has I date.' that, I this: th.lid.'I'I'Q'"" \ could not hejiiiiwn .I parties cngagnl, in : or Indus
\ TIt I ItIl..ill.1-,i of thi I .oeiation shall manufactuiing
hot and ;
of late and f.ir here, the pring lung summers
become /lft'V/lI/t'.or, severalt
i ; t I he tr'lIli'adl..lly 1 a l'rciler.t;; Vice-l'ie.-ident. killing it down but the \ery fact! of Just I'cl'ch'I-1 large: consigiimont of I lill'ltl'l'iI'j"cl, who Wil'I.'t on I the 1 property -
t will not b tort'nrrallilein : .
reasons, it ( possible: Nt9ct.try'l'rcariirer, I.ihttrineaoI1ii Iluiud} : OI\l'II4dll.t a wal'lIl'ai'.11: and light soil\ "is ,
time for; i he approach: 1 ala-lays. Many of IIi 1'1'1'1111':04.: to con.-st; of not !1t.1'1'1 than in 1\1'111',1'; ; its cIItirot111uI11th, in carliiiess, Stoves. The ( '(OK': J IWI'I.; : l is "1'11'0prah.I 1 purchased PlIblantal improvements!

i I live nor ino<-e thanuine numhei.s ; tilsu.licit \ si/.e the for residence: or in to their
.of our cltUeiw will beamongtheisitors I : at kurryrrhliul;: plots-acting sea.1)nt'r..al nsune.l-it .is We will wlli,1 l'IIIUt'
eoiiimittecs as: may he provided t for January t.i June.llev. > I jl'\\1 lot
t Jacksonville< next o tY'II. It. 1'he..ussauuunt" Iy in the hy-law.s. The otticcrs Bret: 1 business.INDL'CKMKNTS.
I Vt.: I1': IJoo of ('oniwali-on-the-lliiil-\
I. to live again its !sunninginembcis naiiitd sluill t he elected in such be 11.1'l'Nul,1. j ,0
Society ex poets ; : manner son, a most successful cultivator of smallfrni's I ) : :: TO :MAXFFAtTl'U-

are confident' that it will!! be revived as thehy-laws may: preMT'.he; annually l. is, now writing; a series of papers\ in _j ly .siroxns/r.I :( opposirKj1.( : o.__
third Vear. F.IJS: for,
the Tuesday ( l'III'h of
l\hruary ti l a
number h'lll years
and they intend to be \prepared\ with : .Vrril'lar'd Monthly. February: 11/1
IV. The highest, amount of iiulehteunefsor > the fourtJi" aitileutl strawberries in o. N. OAKIS: ,
has : ; taxation oifcred l the
ft.r future State Fairs. They :-01'\'I'lal dtil':11.1:;
their otllTings i Tahiljliey: ; to xvhicli! this, Association:; can1! speaking! of the gradual! : progression 1 southward -
deeply regret that there should K-vin to l be at any time: Mihject\ itself shall he two !'mn-1 of strawberry culture, he says "ainl C( TIL"rnP( : lU'ILDF.U) l:, towns. Api-ly to :.

I any lack of fiateinal feeling on the part d'jl' tired dollars. | now Florida which h has already. produced! 1 ja.T < )3iee cor. !teach .t 7th sts., .
k this! county towards geiitUmen' from other i ir The following ollU-ers! were then ehvtoil: | IIII1'j'alh'lnl'lIl1, ;: "$, i is beginnim to furnish H\"F\tl.:.: J 1 J\'raneHn<

I !President: t Itw.: 1)r..1. H. Myei-s ; Vicc-l'resi- \ tons strawberries) that begin to ripen\ in I ,I-t t .--- ,-
portS.msof (Instate lchostpublk.tirit! they midwinter (northern ) and with it. quK-k !In.IXt.'I.aT( ; ) : SAWF.D AND: I
; dent, lion. II. J. ISaker; Secretary, Mr. Jno. : : [ ::, XFAVKI.SSTAIl .\ rj. XOYIS: .
bt> highly appreciate .alldodlulIl: sunny skies thruiiens! to tender !- 1tlrTEI
'I .\. Whitney ; Treasurer, Jf-ij.>rV.. 1 II.: C'I, the growing: ;!; of'this fruit.. under glassunprofitable. \ It. WI( ) ) KAVKSTKortillS. :: : !

111.fl.1'Il vi''liltla.l'I)1.v'.l. Puryee) ; Librarian' :\r..Inn..1.! Whitney-; : ." Mr.[ Hoc: was ill Florida a ; SitfA'I'11I\I I I t;, (fi IS IHK'KU: : .\ ;J11) :' (CIIANDI.K1' : ; :, ':".:
I and V.IATHIMOAUDIN'tiAMiFLOOll: :;: I! !
i : and visited 1 the
"'0 usk attention\ on the part (It'our readers Iirecturs.itssry.5annlel: _\. :-'wa 11I1. 'l'. Kydd 1.1 \, year ago orange groves "I
he said then, tint the climate" soilami -
to the very cnmlid ami satisfactory: \\'. 1 II.[ LI.'ulIorlllall( : ISrowiismi, .1.'t.' ; : season: ; gave: i'lurtdaudvllltageshlrgrnr-\ 1NU.; I I'KlLKIt IX .,

exhibit of the remarkable hcaUhfulne.-h! of'': Kdwards: : }I':]. V. :Xoye., John! MacKenzie! : ing small t'rnit.,11'hieh: no other section hath\ Makes I-o\j>ioiis, Liquors., Kle.ACJEST ;' c

a Fernan.lin.isit forth in the following !letterifourcorrespomlcnt 1"rtv1.V.. llujt and 'has.: A. Choato.A Norfolk only a few yiars' since, commenced S'iair and t'liurcli "'orl, ",
small in IS7'\) the shipments .\ SPECIALTY.: '
to ship a : quantity ; \ -
H. (U J. :Xo tIIll,'IrI trout committie! eonsistin, of :Me.rs.( : llaker, were over three naillion.tu.u'\ts, netting ; il.

orallY profession U better cnialilied ami prepared Lct'aiii ti'itl Choattf wa appointed! ; tn pre- seven i-enti a minll, : t. If j.trawberries can be DOOltS) AND: WINDOW 1 FUAMF.S ;. run 15. F. .\YEn\& CO.'S l'LO'J'' .

to \'o'ul1ahll! testimony onthis' l'tr..I: hy-laws, for the gtlri'ruolt'ut of the .\1tI..d.1ti.llI \- grown there, tit a profit at that price' where OF ALL ../

imjMirtuut tonllj 'l t. The columns: \: of ; und a k-onunittee' cunsistin: ; of the gloss; : frames are largely used, most certainly Post Ott.t: tux 174. 17 ..
here at u good! profit when I.r I tents "' t .
they can
the Mirror are open to medical\ gentlemen I: Treasurer urn! Mosyr[ >, ltii>wiii\ .uii and! Kydd), :l quart may: :safely;be counted on. heart: -janl lYrnandina__u ,_ _Fla.;_ j, CCSTUE :'TREE.

sill! others who are desirous of i was appointed to open hooks, and! pr'enresubu'ription .< \ ) F. Jr., Salt I I I
U'I.I.I\'Z n'OOI 1'111:5.151)15.1'h.1.: : ) :
promoting; the public wdl l't''l' hope b) the capital stock. them sound still fresh for days, ami they can ;
be. ...al'd.nlll! dieai-ly delivered to .art I
: any i
that our correspondentho: has begun tlU'' The iiuvtln then adjourned, culijtvt to ut'time country. \\"I'.lwlIl'Xllt.'l.t a very large; KXKUAL: : NKWSDF.ALKIl: : : :, ('ITRlai'riEi9': ; JHI.I.Ilan; ,

well will continue his eH'irts: in this dinv- ;: the call of the President.DK. increase in this industry ami! "see other small (a ".

tiun : I fruits like! raspberries, 11l'khl'rril''tl'; ., cultivated ,
l 1:0: K ; : STATIONKU: '' '
FKUXNIHX, FLA,1-\t.. *. ,: !I.E MovxnsV: furnace wn h"llU.ht;; for shipment.! lYrnandina is hut II.IJ I Its.: F. .\. MiiDAUlI! : ) 0

I Dear JIrror: Hoing a .fre-paont and pleaspremier : Into use ;\;;aill on :',Saturday when the hody t twenty-four hours Snare distant than :Norfolk lLi .. ;;
'New York und! .trawl erries run IMJ Ht-Klor lii !"unc.rth'Js., Has
from : ,
'' instantly on haml ,
and noting a tine *,
of our bright Digest, of MiD.lly llartman of Pittshiirj, xucremated. stt'ti.i of
from lYruandina or JacksonII4t the
safely shipped
IIcwut utylt'S in ,
the 'many indiKvinesits ol'ere) the visitor ',: This( is the ttHh time the furnace \' : \ Ladies PH' $ \ :J.\J/ I
lL\D und l '
t and settler I to Icn-ute in your city, I fail\ to secanything has Lien hcutinl for t-uelt puroses.Miss : 1WIOXS.: .\( .l ASO FLOW f1.ihlr'f; al.1; l
with reference to the bealthfulnes.1 Ilaitmau: ...auu timo age: expressedher 1'tH"t.u' Simmer I/ / I'ltint. r < 1Gty' Ilauofjiiitt-tijuality.; "' '.: ;
I resided here The line new steamer 11. IS. J'/.f. hich '. "
of Fernuiulina. ; ilc ire tn he cremated when she should l (CALL AND: '
fur and by nature U-ing; of an "uben'ing die, and her wishes were carried out. TheUidy i i.. to run on 1he St. John's river between Shelf lall IHiture Fmmes, Brw1.tl. KXAM1NK.: : -1.1;
tell years
nlvrlleundPalatkainhut'! interest of < Sets, Hand Cilasses, Mrs.[ M.[ i Urgent for th*
1 feel it incumbent 1.1111 iuet ,
of jn'md. ml"toil in white and three 'UIt" II)11"tl1'r'
t term puro rwtrtm ff'1J'lthl
Florida ami Western flaIlwily.ailYl1'nm Hrl1b.*. etc. }'apett-rlt's in great > Xo uutl thmhl
the Savannah Url't' tt
me to bay something: (as no one elseeew3 hours were required to render the incineration ; ) : Oil, t :ll.! f.11
I : upon Wilmington, iulaware! on 'winl hlt'hill'l'Ut" .. _____.. ,if ..
I dUpwed to tell how u-ry Ulll'r.tita.bleit complete.TUB 'lipivr_ >tand*. .75 cent*. -- /
r t >> for the followers\ of Xsculapius: ) :Satunlay: last. :She is owned 1 priiu-ipidly by __ -U J: T I(.O 1, 1 '.\ TlMXIXCi'KOOMS :,::
i i it fine and delightful climate. Iturtigthe IJ;;ht-huuM) IVuird gives until'thlt t'uptuin! J \IIh'S Fitzgera'ul, well known in iv3i. n. (%. IH1n"II:. : /v'.0"n.1tOpt"brte

1+ of thU of 11fl'llhlelH'e here 1 mil "'I"l'f)' an automatic si buoy" painted with black thi section w* an vxiHTicmvtl and ileverivmmander. :: ; IrtMMlti.MKKCHAXT,, ,4'j; diN

)t'rioJt\ I hilt never beii in any lax-at I and white .'rlitntkular.ttI! *'iIviugbla.t3of ; : I :She i h jiuulo of iron is IJil tflin G.\I'U.\I ( the Post Grace,)

t f candidly that there was little disease of anywluitever a whistle tIt .hurt intervals, has teeninoore length i!) feet in width\ of 3uo tons bur : CESTRK Sr., SRiw 11 U.: 1)r1'oT, ,U1L[ IIOHIHK!: l'urIUEOR. //"lil!r

t S arty where und t-spivially ii U this
r, x clsaraet': ".1 to ;the malarial 1 I tlrCkuItics, 'I -.iuarter fathom water. The outer liar \\ ith a sl iirlalkw tt. HK,eil, It i i-i otlumttxl. : FFnN.1NiLN.1: : : ntlVATK AND TItAXSIKNT: : HOARDlSoiiLito ?

1 true with respect(had un epidemic of yellow fever I buoy IM! tli:tant one lumlieal mile, and the that .he will run 12 tulles leer Ituur.. *S rvtrst. II lay, ('oru Otttt.Wf n"\I !lHt It\X\U:. XU ldns.Partyt

G 'Tii true we ilehe'o.ul.ultll Uloit:: (;jatn"l-tllu' light.toh1l' being; nearly In line : t<
.tu.,... Burt1' (,toIUN.
but we
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SlK\MEKClTY ItKUHtKTON, from 't\\11II':' ; WORKS.!
SEMIWEEKLY.I'EitNANI)1NA: I MV desire to ,secure liable and resjxnifiblfwriUy I nab, February It : ;Mr Wicklmm and lady, I II I I

: c..rrrppndcntfor! tit Ml lino I! in cteritoifn '/ U Smith and lady, \\' S Crosby, ;Messrs! Uray Ii i "I It. POND.I PKOPKIKTOK. .
-- I mid llliKjf in the state. and to that W, and Rutherford, I-1 E: Wallace:, R ,Anno J i' I .I.?: :!IC'nrl St., Xou fork
i'LORID.1 t i : 'nil"'e'heflbru'iytprnlroritirm ; \\\'e\ will! forward de Olaguivel, }F J :Saxo, Mr I Kuntz, E: I D
regularly to the "dfl'c..It'IIlIcl! corrrfiiondeitt (t h'nll1: r Magee and two ladies!, Miss! I
S.T( R-/ .I r, FIsit11ltR' }' 11, & OSU11 *"l>y "f! the Ml!RKOK during! the continuance nf Erhart, W S ;Multord, :Mr :McAllister and I Simp situatedminutes'; walk\ wc tof 1 Depot,

-_ the arram/einent, and will; ( furnith, to him then lady, Mr Paul and lady, :Mr : Iurti, (C M e I M.t iu vctcntiw: or
.C1U1'TlOX; v*J VA-; .(.I.VAT.V.He ) fal cards used! "liy him, fur purl /lIrlIlI', sending Short and lady, l DrSeiger, J 1 I.Case and lady I II I JACKSONVILLE: ) ;, FLORIDA.: i "
: the same by mail fn-iit; limo to tinif to rl'J.a'e Mr Lee, Mr 1llIerlIltl party, Mr lloweil I I
: : ? such as haie ""fI'li forwarded, to and >nblished I Ii I ; Mr -- .
; ; ; ) Lenard Downe, J MiUimey Kortnght
Jute e, ((/bli"'lcdJlI'i inci Office ,; the i (' litus., The maker to le contained lilt and! brother F J Totting, U \\' llubbard and; M un .'.\l'tt'lnR: OF
past. oLJCt11llff[ Me lAu/v/e/ of Mr. 11.1: i1'IWI I, *it J" ., it Aw u'dirueicetitliscripttvns, wh-ertisemenH I reijinnil to re/mrt current' Tents" a/id coisi.fof IRON AND BRASS: CASTlNtiS: :::,
and titlu'f jitcuri fur (the )IHHOItlid who at- loon! iieirs eoncfrnimj' weather, crll'a. pricesand :STEAMSHIP: 11 ISTERS TKX\S: from New
wiltaKM/ (/i
: :.._' j>ulilnatiitnni! cards u ill /l1I t lie' ,'1'." to remitter Fur Fernandiiiii. It Murray and family, ,
Xottee. any' contaiiiiny; matlir. iin.iultittile.( l'irtirf proponimj (tko Kinsman, Jas Kydd, W .1 I Carpenter, J 'or Dwellinc s aiid Cemeteries, latest designs.i OIt\Xa: TREE; n.\XUIU,

to Accept thus .fftr will jiliitse tjiie nt leant E I'.ige add wno.

Office( //) //'*-From MM:r,() A. st. to 7.00; I'. M. vne reference: / that/ we: maybe/ able to act under/ Fut J"\' :"cml' lle.- A 11 Young, wife and :1! I also have the largest assortment! of MACHINERY .
Money Orders! ami I Registered Letters from : tlaiidinylif; in afiiiointimj/ ;ihi'in an nirrcrjiondcnts.Callnlutti. children .\ a .,,'Cll''" and 1 wile, \\' J Seeley:; : PATJhKNis: in the State, and

8.00: ;A. A. to 1:00: I'. M' ; and 'frU1llW:!: r. M. I C' \V Url.liaai uiui .!.).I, J O Mires (Juini>.', eull1i1l most any order without parties pay (Under Formula of Geo. B. Forrester.)
to 3:00' :; r. M. :'111111:1>'::0\ fro1l1v1):: to lln::! .\, I. wife and lour l'1I1..ll'I, apt A It ("'l"lllIl itur for tlc extra expense ot pultuns.My .
and It and wife L. 'iis C \'w'. .Mrs Di-niei) J chili :Machi'.i1 :Snnp; fnuii.-hed with the
M ;liiou: to 4M: I'. M.ARJtL .nins now and !hen. > ,
cat cu.lu, Ill. .1.1JI 11I.111, miry Otis K: lleain, tatest ImproNcd I 1 tl"hkh\ l'l1lbll':4 myworkmen
AND i DKPAHTU.tJ; OF TilE MAllJt. i ,'i 1 ': voting rohin hunter has been abroad '.. to turn out \\oik 1 with the niv.it'st.l.spatcli
W It ( !,10.1, Miss: iJaiin. \IU: \ Closes: ;j'lI.l: ) p. M. I '. ,II be for WA'lEiaoWN: ) STEAMENMNE :
soon time for the farmers to .1'essau.-MrsU 11'1'eritlns; child' an.enurse
kjitthn J/{ :\ -Arrives: :3oU::: I:. M. I ; << COml: : can; furnish their ENUINES : .
Closes 10W: A. M. gather II], their tattle, and then J f.-r the lowing Dr Aug. Viele 111111"It'l'. J NV' JUnOall : BOl..I.IulIll! :: :SAW-MILLS; ; the

.S<. Mary't and Trader's' Hill! MailAnives. : of kine, the cracking! of: whips, ,\:'., AT.We and wile, Bless; >na\v cited m.ii.l\ \\ I..iJrtl'.u" \\', very !liort''st: not ire. Herat Mauurc'or the Orange Tree1'111i1IESTElt'S

TuusJays lord Fridays atl':30p.: M.Closes i understi <1 that a cotton (Fin will be lIItlll'I:1.lIh'r: : :) .
GOVERNORS! and k\ullllti': bTKAMPUMPS
Mondays and Tliui Lays lit 1 1:11A.: \ M.i .
put in operation heie next fall. It is to be ('co.i Urai.l c \\ Mason
>t. Mori/, '.111., unit/- I kept const.nr v on hand, and sold
Arrives .Mondays ami riiursnl.i.-s: at 8.00: .y, M. h"pl"thiM\ fal.tiII induce fa rult'I$ to plant], biKAMLH l'lfIJllluI1t.Hnos, from Savannah Manufacturers': + \prices, freight added.For \. -

:Tuesdays: and Fridaj at :1au!:: ( r, M. cotton largely. There is inonej 1:1 ooa 1 island i-'fbiuary lo: further iniornmtion l'ril.t'1.bl:<, ('..tn' ,\

Wedn'sdaysandSat: uays at U.OO: A. M. cotton. X, Fur 1'fr'lIl/Idilltl-\lr: Williams, rites :;hrc\ I' logues./ etc., address 1.'. It. POND,

Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, February ?U. andl.'daut.htcis, Mrs tiles and daughter! MrsKvans P. 0, Box ;,ttJ.):,'. Jacksonville. .., Fla. ..
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Fridays and Saturdavs at 2:30: r. M. ; It II 1lallury, wife, nurse and! child, t
HA%1 L T. RII'DELL, 1' )[. Archer.Since Mr Uihbs, .Mr Kent, Capt Crap), W S Croshy: ( .\UIU rT .t: IMKMS: : COMPLHTI: MAMICI..S ,

-- : Mr Dent, unit iU lor other points in Floixla. : ,
last writing : <: : l-'cb- ,
LOCAL ( : :STEAM En: ST. JOHNS, from Charleston,

.- .. ," .' _.. to disturb tliC usual quiet of our Hiary 1\) : ,
------ '-=-::- : = : ::'" DOORS: S./.SH, HL1NDSPaintM. ] (
I place. Fur P/'II'lIirlillll-Johll Lintyel, null four i
.1 :tt: steamer St. Johns. has an electric light. A family named lli: 'bunl, !hearing fiom on iicfk' ami td cabin pii\*"I'n"I'1'1I"r; J.ICKfonillo unil Liibrienttu OIN. Foil EVERY: F.vn.M CHOP,
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of :'t. "\11.11..11111' and I'.u.ttka.
some the darkies! tha l\"n'il', Zalni.t b.tigrtola *
COL. 11. 1,. GESTRY of fie Savannah
AViw :STi\vsiupCirv' OK Arsrix, from Nassau! : RED (' SAFETY: OIL A SPECIALTY.Si1 ; ,
;: was good to cat, tried if by slicingand
was in town on Wednesday last. Februar W! : It Dover' wu'o and! L' (-tindren a.
-.-- frying the root The result! was distressing \\ i Mciiendoz, W A I..t ggettJ 11Cuhuorlcy Prepared on Hcicntific principles producen

MR. HENRY )IA L LOla, of the Mallory and it was only alter prompt and active E: iward Newell, W I-' fork, Dr .

Steamship Line, and family, are at the medical treatment that the six !in the familywere lH .lytraiul 1 wife, Jno T Martin and wife. -HI. Ar.KMTon:: large yield per acre.Ai
Miss Martin and maul, Mrs J R Kcnnedv! ,
Egmont. _m saved. The :symptom' were constant Mrs 11 It Keels, Master, Kells I D Slieedy) I MARVIN'S! ,\ :: ,.
\"omitin'l'rtigo, headache: dilated pupils Joseph 1 Terre, Lt J Ell: Foster! S J Curtis, i
WE are glad to lean that the of the
report and excessive weakll(, Hulbard: says : (alt; \ll'lh.tl'lI: : I 1 It 1 B 1/itliross, E; I D Jolm- )IAHYl 'H ALARM MONEY ]DRAWER: ) :,
death of Mr.: Lewis Davis of Nassau: county. "One trial is plenty" con' and! wife, Miss {' B Biirchan, James: ( !Price iM-ftO.) .o IR.\ ...' IMPRIME J

given in our last i issue was incorrect. Lawndc, sister i and nephew, )InJo- 1: S Beck,
Our city council! has: }planted the Plaza: : child and! nurse, .\ It Daniels, \\' 11 Williams I. i WOODEN JACKET :SHIPPING! CAN..STOVES .

ROUND trip tickets, with coupon of admis- with water-oaks, and W. WinccofT has: a M:\ !(inlet I Jliss.1utin Packer, Miss: tic AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS: ,
row of trees in front of his residence. Antremcnt, Miss llarter M l ongand wife, I --- ---
sion to the State Fair attached will be on orange
: TIN 11'.t2f7Tin ':. .
Montell: and vi he. .
sal at all stations of the Transit road. These improvements will help our place _._. .
wOIHkrfllll '. Could the be whitewashed -
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Hotel Arrival : Roofing and (flittering by skilled
HON. WOODHCLL and Purser Denslow, of ? EUMONT llorr.i..-Jas. T Brown and 1 wife, workmen. at low rates NITRATE SODA: I

the City of Atlanta, of the Charleston Steamship Hon. T. S. Neat and wife from Marion, Boston ; A Lehman, :Savannah: ; C 11 Ash-

Line, was on the St. John's Wednesday.MR. Ind., arc visiting relatives and friends: here. mead, Jacksonville ; 1':11: Poole, N Y ; Urn:
----. ,------ McGmncss, Canada' ; John l E Page( and wife,
with the climate.G. .
They are delighted Albany ry; Dr. Aug Viele N \' Henry JACKSONVILLE:; :, FLORIDA.Sign .
J. KYDD, of the firm of J, & T. Kydd, ; ; ;
N. Winchel, Esq.' 1'. O. Flinn, It. ;Mallory, wife, child and nurse, N \' ; 'has( SULPHATE: OF POTASH, I

who carry on the largest! dry goods house: in Daniels, Esq., from Indiana, paid Archer a P Bosson: : and wife, W 11 /.inner, Boston ; : ; of the Golden. ton't. ..:!, tI. .
the city, arrived on the New York steameron seemed well with W J 'Tiiigue and l tamilv, S Tingue, N Y ; --- -
!lying visit they }pleased NITRATE OF POTASH.MURIATE .
Thursday. ; Chas B Williams, Mrs vVm 1 II Gill, Miss( M:\ JAC'KSO.XVIM.i:

.____ .u__ our country. !RGill, Mrs Benj :Shieve; Philadelphia' ; Miss I x:
THE Nassau steamer brought over about Mr. I'hilo ('. Kenyon of Des Moines, Iowa, Marion l'ihre'l'It Holly, N J ; Miss Mary : 01I I POTASH,
Shreve ;Medfonl 1J Mrs F T !Evans; Kirk. RON AND BRASS: FOUNDRY[ f
forty passengers. They report very warm i is stopping with his i'lll'rIN.! : James! Skinner ; 1:
wood 1, N J; Bernard Von Kaplf; Baltimore ; SULPHATE): )IAU l ';;IJ'f.
been Mr. is an old
weather there, the thermometer having for season. Kenyon
J Lockctt and wife, Brooklyn ; Win Schaus: AND
at 84 on Sunday last. typo} and runs a big job press in Des :Moines. Jr., Miss:\ Schans, 1Y ; Mrs Wadley, child .
W. 11. Lipsey i is actively engaged in settingout and maid, Miss Wadley. (lili; S IS Nyc, N Y': :MACHINE JlOl'. SULPHATE: OF. SODA, ;it

)fn. JOHN T. MARTIN, one of the piolleer trees! (for his neighbors. The orange fever S A Ernstcin: 1'i:1JUIIIl':4: ; Sheridan, N Y ; J f
merchants of St. Louis, now of Brooklyn, M I Ixing ami wife, Chicago) ; Dr) 1'' B Ayer Strictly Pure Ground Hone. ,'"
has fairly begun here, and we never do things and wile, N 11 ; Jno T Martin and wife, Mrs:
with his family, arrived on the Nassau steamer by halves. Jno It Kennedy! :Miss Martin( raid maid. --

and took rooms at the Egmont. The Templars! have a good prospect of Brooklyn ; E; I) Johnson/ : and wife, Oswego ;jJ '1'. MURPHY I: Y, 1 P 1111" IIKTOK.! (

----- Ello-lcr: : USA ; M I Hallett, W ]11 \\'illiams Our l' rt'ulul'ti'l' full particulars, and arc
TICK WALLACKS gave two very enjoyable success. At the last: meeting several took the Denver; Mrs II \\' llarter, MrsESBeck : ._. mailed free to ail applicants.! They will interest

entertainments at Lyceum Hall on Thursday ple.lgrand were welcomed with Charity child and maid, :Miss Packer, Miss D yon if you are interested III Agriculture

for the benefit of the to all, Malice\ none" :May the good workgo Antn'iniiit, Ohio) ; Henry it l. itlin.>p, I Detroit; STEAM: : I ENilNl; I '>: <, SUGAR: MILLS: AND f or Orange Culture. 15- and Friday evenings, S F Curtis, Boston ; D itlnian; Manchester, ALL KINDS): OF MILL :MACHINERY -
Library Association, which were largely at- Oil Nil ; Miss C B Burchan, N Y ; Mrs 1 H HKC'II1 BUILT OR REPAIRED.: o. H. (IAKES-:
tended. Last week there was nearly 11 inches of John I Keltr'I'uiesst'e: ; A B DanielsDenver I

.- -- -. rain fl.lI. and this: morning the thermometer ; I D Shccdy! Kansas City, Mo; E: W ,

Waldo. at 41. Bad Olll'w'IInl'I'1'1lint' beans. Coates, IT S A ; Joseph I'errirreDetroit ; Mr FIlt'f'-t'I.ASS:; WORKMANSHIP I II
11'ulds'age"of and Mrs I-' M Moutell, \\' J ;McncndeNor; I I .
We call attention t tojhe Jake Feaster has a big) }patch of beans in .4 I
will the "' 1.1'our man :Merry, N Y. .\ S Sinter I Pi.M-ii-u.irv, isrim'I. I RTI.K.
this i issue, which gist : bloom, near Archer.

'readers who are not familiar with the won swallows and! robins have .
The bluebirds: Nassau ColleycReopenetl Orolc'l'1fro II I adistam-e will receive careful I

derful progress that busy, pushing town has been ]here week or HO. Blackberries, dandelions Monday:\ October :.l th. Pupils and prompt attention. I

made recently, a good idea of the sort olhtuli'it and oranges! are beginning to bloom. received! nt any time and! at the usual: ratc.s. /10UXTY UNDERTAKER: ,
SHOP) : MAY :ST., NKtKiiiKHiiir: : YAUI,
To the citizens of Florida this Intitiiti
is made of. .
Black Anderson spent a night latelyin FERNANDINA; I'I.A.Co11Stanlly .
affords every facility near !home for the

Evidences: of similar advancement I are the calaboose.Express thorough education of their daughters.Some dec"-tf.! .._ Jtuksonviihe.I'la.: ._ ... .
-- - hand
manifested all along the Transit Road ; and Agent Williams is: quite sick on
it well be anticipated that a'few more J. C.CORltKSVOSUKXCK. More C'OlliIIItOTIIIIICN:
may February 1/i. 11L'r.tLLIC: llllltl.tL! CASES! :
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years of such work as has been and is now Of thoss nice French Broadcloth and
Tweed 1 Coats Otillllll hand and will be sold POPULAR
being done Waldo, will make the line o. WOOD COFFINS,
out much below co. t, ,byoet
the road continued l succession of handsome Ox THAIS Feb. 15,1toO.Dear .
RY GOODS! STORE In RoHcwood, Walnut and other wools.Iludcrlakcrn' .
thrifty, prosperous towns.: The development Mirror : We loft on the Florence D

of this region; is: in the best of hands yesterday in a Hood of rain which continued il ':NI 4.1: IHY BTBICCT, Goods,

and although there is: little "fuss" made until we passed! Brunswick and away into'
l'ort of I'ernantUna. Masonic and other Emblems; Shrouds, and
over it, a great deal of quiet, steady and effective the mall hours of the night; audit was fear- Ja/'kso111'llle, Florida. Rul.es.EMBALMING.
mOil WATKK.:
work is being accomplished: towards I'ully dark until the dawn of day. Observingthe
Feb. iilst.4.10 4.iI: ; :: DONE.
of Saturday, A. M. p. M.
the building up, on a sound foundation, appearance of the local }passengers: in Sunday, Wd. .;')..)1 1 .">..3JMomlay

the material interests of this section of the and out, from station to station, I am much 1is1.,0.01: ( JRDERS. PROMPTLY, ATTENDED): TO. anteed.FURNERALS B(xllcs I. exhumed for removal. Safety guar.

State, reminded of the old-fashioned: rough-and- Tuesday, Uh.j.I( ;.IJ; -- -- J attended! to.
---- X.\NS.\lr COLLEGE
A Heavy- Investment. ready, corn e-eary, go-easy, liberal, jovial ENTEUED.Feb. Order by mull or telegraph will receive

northwestern }people, with whom I have enjoyed IHth, S. S. M'ettern TV*M, !Hint, N. Y. YOUNG LADIES prompt attentlln.it .
At the Land Office in this city a sale was associations in Sir..'\l. J,>hn*, Vogel, Cliarleston.Feb. TjiOR ; 'Remember that I am opposed to high

made last week to lion. John Lynch, of many pleasant years ) lnh! S, S. Cry of Auitin' Stevens, prlcea.OFFICE.
But the Georgians don't likeFlorida
Washington, of 40,000 acres of land on the gone by. Na> and !ling their flouts" at the flatlands Feb. 1'Jth: Brig Orbit, Nash, Philadelphia.]
this Jan SKetjjtu STREET..tls : .
Railroad between Thorough English Kdurullon.SMcial : .
line of the Transit .. _. _
CLEARED. --- --- ---- -
bordering;, some of our rivers and rail. -
city and Baldwin. Feb. l/ th, S. S. Wetter Terre, Hines, Jack- T K Y .yj.
roads. If I were an alligator amt could | advantage" in pAi.vri.vuand IKW.JNO
will at ville.
that11'. Lynch 8011
informed .
We are Mi'Hicand: FKKXIII.For ,
commence the construction of saw! bury myself in the mud a little longer; for Feb.1JthSchr. Emily! : Jennie, Guthrie, Clrculurt, ud
once into other manufacturing the winter, I would make niy! quickest time Perth, Amboy. IEV. J. H, MYERS. 4 W. LOHMANN'S
mills and will shortly go the canebrakes Feb. 1'Jth! Schr. Millie JMinei, Warren, .
the Everglades: to ,
Mr. Lynch is also arranging from Philailelphia. .
enterprises. -
for the purchase of several city lots swamps.and morasses l along the Okmulgee, Feb lrt! h. S.! H. City of A l utin, Stevens N. Y. -FAMOU8-(

: in .
brick and other places I have neon Georgia. -
which to a large fire proof AoE.NT: ,
on put up
department Cane-brakes-yes. Thousands! : of acres 2.> IUN. ANNE CI.\lU'E. Prepared Flour.
mercantile -
building to accommodate the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
feet high and so thick a mosquito could not
of his business.It lenetratethem what a glorious place for rniURD :ST., Brr. CKNTKC: ALAHIUA, AND STOCK DEALER: -
is negotiating [
is also hinted that Mr. Lynch j AND
stems. "GitcheeManitou The Mighty, ONLY FIVE: CENTS: PER; POUND.
for the purchase of the turpentine Dealer In Ice.
there smoke the
might light his camp-fire" ,
and lands: which }have been operated by J. pipe of peace, and "waft its! fumes to the DEtLEB I!( TIIKCholreNt TENNESH; : It E E F A 8 J.E CIA LT Y.

D. Jones, Esq. This tract embraces some until his: x'ople find the beginning BROOM HTBEET WIIAKF.ll ,
rising moon, Jt
the 40.WX' 6-tf AT OLD P. 0. BUILDING.j C .
30,000 acres and is nearly adjoining and the end of the circle. FrnltM alld.x..abl.. .., : -t( FERNANDINA; FLA. -j M__ ?? ? i L ... ---.
to. y -
tract above referred But Georgia and Florida need not "throw ItlTZKWOI.LKIt: :
induced to make these investments CONFECTIONERIES: : ETC. FOIl 11KXT.SEVERAL .
:\ Lynch was
dirt ;" they each }have millions of acres of
after cartful survey of the ground, ; NICE ROOMS: FOR RENT
good land, high land, dry land, cheap land, Bliis! Garden Seeds, Flower, Farm and '
and mature deliberation, believingthat CITY MART, rorner of (Vn- : ; :, ..\:
UIHI of land to suit the most fastidious JACKSONVILLE.
and a plenty
offers the most substantial! Garden Implements. 7 tf tre and Third Streets. f
Fernandina reliable Yankee. Cracker or Foreigner, and I am -- ---. .- --- 'II Also the coiid story above Me I '!". Sydell

attractions to investments requiring inclined to believe that each, State extendi a NEW M.tNAEMENT: A Bro., corner Ash. uid Third StrwfU.

seaport facilities, of any port on the South cordial welcome to all. D. 8. I*. I UXDEU .. .: M. DOWNEY.: Black Silk, Oo c., warranted all silk,

Atlantic coast !I Spencer llouwe' i i iST. 32-tf ________ In_t the City Mart.:.- The beat $1.00 ilk> in the U. B.

------- Bargains! Ilargitn! In the City MABY'$, (IrnaaIA.J. Dr. AHTHUIl C. FOKD .
School Notice. J/arl. -- Hummer Silk at 50 c.. GO c. ; best 70 ct.,

be meeting of the Hoard of W. IwMftta. of the Kf'aNtr e H'U-'Ie,
There will a
sale fur the
nest thirtylay ,
out .
Grand clearing I Matting at 11 C' ; fancy at 5c.
on White Mountain :
Fernandina Proprietor.
Public Instruction in *. All the entire good noun hand at jJFourths
Wednesday rooming, the 25th int.! at eight an immense sacrifice on account of retiring. term Transient made to rut11M thow desiring l"'r day.Ixuinl Ul by eritl the St., lt. Centre anti Alachua, I I 600 Blue Flannel l Suits at $G to 12.

W- A. hHO Jsurerintcndent :\, from business.! M. J"-nury.;
o'clock. of School Feb. 30. wwk. hit? 4* tf FEHNAXDINA, FLA. I Monty refunded if not aati.factory. (21-tf



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ships' supply i is reputed+l to keep hetter on voyages thaul1n'y other most (lrrrll.i"'r. There are three or four of the harbors of thc SlIme State, Disbursements-for round trip: I

; in the South. I which tire among the 1>eM on the .Southern coast: both n.s regards depth of I Two hundred tons coal delivered 1 steamer, at $;..................$1,400 00)
It is equal with Savannah and Charleston in the of entrance and safety of anchorage; und all these tnuvt, as menus: can he PIof officers and crew-17 on tl'lnHr 5 on tow barge............ .o ooSustenance I
: particular all'orded; I. be sealed up for onr own use, and against an 1'I1'mBut, as we of :.' ideal, IS .. '*:'; "" I
being a fortified harbor, but superior to either in the fart that arc probably) begin with one only. I hare to recommend the one above I I've of towing hawser: liUli.1 WI"t., ('II. IS days: ............... al* ""'
the guns from the Micro at short range cover tho bar at entrance. mentioned.I : Extra labor loading! ul.I d,(>ty) tons, including ('Icvlt. N'I
Having gl'l'n.thl description! of the fine which this "It probablo! that in two of the harbors! alluded to, there may be a log /grain cargo.......... ........................................ 1,110() (!*!
State seaport rather greater depth than on the hart of Cumberland l harbor' : but the two I, Interest on investment, hs days.............................. ...... I.' (h 1 .
holds, I will read, to you its description from a quarter of yixid Fittfiiiiirx jiwursH-it by the litter, iiittcjiciuli-ill 'l'l third: fir tninller viwett, Natural wastage of cargo 1.4N"> bushels,.......................... (M( I0)
very high authority. t/if 1,1'OJI/II'I./'/ ) the burg to the fhnre, the geographical )position of the harbor, I Insurance on barges, full \:11(1'one-half percent........ ............ ..MI ()0) I
During the late civil conflict, it being desirable] to the Government together with other considerations}: require, in my opinion, that the defences Depreciation and repairing slight damages that do not amount to
be now placed as above' indicated.\ nn 1\.crnI........................ ....'...... ..................... alit l' 11
to establish depot of naval supplies on the Southern coast! "Hxcepting: the harbor of M. Augustine which will admit only the Custom-House J tonnage dues! and other ;incidentals( !................... 70" o.s
the Secretary of the navy appointed, lor the purpose, of its selection smallest: class: of rcsscN and steamers, and which is: already, well defended.. .

a commission: consisting of four very distinguished( professional tl the, Total I expenses! round I trip............. ....................-M..W; 'I0Iteieipts '
Unit r/'IIf,1 f If'I ia/fioll jlnifiiKj! wit nf( the (liilf; r'.llt'J"if'lI. Off ('<,/>f Cnn*
gentlemen, namely : Alrniml S. F. DUtonl., of' the Navy. Hrrrni wilt lie n i-iuiniinii rnnrt for crnism, bi-cniixr jnxt Iliac this brut nf lie NN J fill rOll,1 trip : '>(>
General J. G. Bnrnarll of the United States l'roi'essorA (roll'pnarra< "l-.ill'N; rittrirteil Unlit. A ilefnulnl; nnt in this trinity; trilliijnril
; ) l MUnt; ) bushels vrheat or corn, at :3} cents bushel of I IH) ., 2,310: IH)
D. Bache Superintendent of the United States:; Coast; Survey, : jirrvi'itis ii'lr-in/iii/rit: tut a place tif( refmjf. tn >"r ctiuimrrrr, nisi/ n a >i jioinlof Il'r \"UI.I" .--

and Commodore C. I1.1)avis l of thc Ka\\ Thill l'oIl1Jni'll'ioll 01 I measures! ifinlrsi-tiis: to" secure tiitil: i-r'ifffiniritt falls enjoyment" to tntr of otrn it otlr.elvt'.i'crnitrrn;, and w ('. I br if t the we I same take means timely, The Total I................................................................ZI:3 1 :U!(/ (IN)

eminent men made an official 1f'pOl'tVhi: .II, although private at\ and 'by' SIUM. only, prevent the enemy I'r"JII.I applying it to similar! Uses.: my: ullI't ligures estimate! and estimates does not! are cover correct insurance:or if"lIl'ar.I.J they "' ( approximate to
the 1 Molding, : a tllJ'tlla.llIarl'"I' at the two extremities of this: part of the coast \1
time no longer required privacy after the close of the hostilities : ] t'orl'ftlt''ou'al readily .trtautthefreigbfingranhedonevery I ; 'II'I\lr
htmberlaiKl a'id Sarannah make it '
and I have been iavored with a copy from the I Depart> m"nt. atlernjit! anj! )loilgnii-n: in the: ) intermediate we very flllio: :ha/ard..ns MO that we for thus I\lIl'lIl'II\\, |hv i oi'II.to by barges:! on th- route indicated by soil,. My.eullyhl.i, ms: arc,
actual tans'l.Ooo l'nlh
I will read it to you, for it will interest you. !pvintby! "\fxtn-mitit.-" '.I"lIrahh' defend the whole contour ; and this another( cost of transporting L'.inm? ( ) '1i.' bra :<:I'a1 I'Hl and
barge equal capacity in tow, will exceed (
remark applies\; t.i the: interior water\ c.itnnmnicHti.tn l with the' II' 10t $11
You of the harbor the : parallel 1'lr..I.
see they !say alter commenting upon all liver that "ri't obtained a< 11"ll'i" i is to ,'
coast, as wed: ii' that! \\ithiiiit. t \\V know that, during : fnoll IIrlti
of its / Tin1 I of nsinj, i< barges for; freights and towing
I depth water, facility of entrance etc : the last war, Cumin'i"hind: Island was seixc-d l by the Kn; lish, and I held! other T'I'.tim1ill'{ 1l1 carry'il '
: lung since, both on our rivers al,1 lakes!, so
Inside: of the bar there i'4l1l1 unlimited extent of deep-water accommodation ( during their plc.iMmIt -. Ilt''I1l'th..1
that a large built the lakes i is of that
and al'lollw protcition' of'I'smooth water. before; reaching, the landlocked i.s to he hoied; (Congress: \\ill authoii/e the commencement of a work class. I portion our tI1.Ie now Il'ill. on ; : !
see no good reason! why the bi1:- of all the lower Mississippi 1:
: basins.! The aneh:>r.ige in Amelia Hirer: p.Hsessi-.s' I tin-: quiet! and without !"!.n'', 0: which the plan\ and! a detailed! estimate are ready to be Jlr011" and the (Oulf of M[Aic >, fr.im time -cai.llin'l' to Cedar

8lfct.of an enclosed duck, IIlId icpairs (i.all kinds may bo curried on without submitted. } ,1I01,1! not be done by, a line ,, !o1.11 Iar"I'111:1; in fact: I 1110 not know
the fear of accident: arising from motion iu'the water.1 In Document No. 1200( 11. of of '
ewe\ Representatives' Twenty-sixth a 101'1 practicable rOltl11\ this I'olllrr. one t'it ol'lol'l'
And( the concluding paragraph of the report is worthy of your Congress, 1stsession! ((183'J40)), in an alI! awl exhaustive'report, IsPf good return 1 for; the investment of capital.\ 1 '/a\c ( \\1'01-

attention. They say : upon the military defences( : of the country, by a board: of military rutv'severniiliuMmmltheteassiliiiityofnriih'tvriiiiliarges mar .lilIIII.I'ltin', I I I has 1 the: pliusnralit'Inakimi'i :aciiaintance.:1| gl'Stl''Iltielfto :

\ "'0 arc careful to avoid. making this communication unnecessarily: characters, the! tollowing reason! is given tor the fortification of I hare been actively engaged in the transportation'of your all kinds of property
long by entering upon a comparison" of! 1-Vrnandina; : with other places in harbors the region' of Cumberland' Sound, namely : "First':: its! t that uruallygoes'by! water f for' t thirty-live yermr.ls owner of ,'al1'r-c.:
the same!: region of coastsuch! t:1'1IJ1'1\\'i: i1 for wiiic.Ii i is barges and, the ,
: as < ; i\impl now \'I' lakes, rivers awl canals: between New York und
connected by railroad I with Savannah: I being in .v i i this! interior i is remoteness) from She nearest naval remh'/vouj: the Chesapeake!: } Chicago, III. I"l.1: (also l'l'l'l at the head the (Committees! on Commerce
) less healthy ; or St. John's: eiitrame, ('( ill which h.ti an insuperable: whuh is, on a moan, six hundred( miles distant: awl to leeward( (ami! ::1Ialilllll'anll' several! years il ot lie Legislature of this State,
) objection in its bar: but we take pains to !'!,I.\' thr. such( ( comparisons have both as to wiiid J and current ; and, second' its being close! upon} the whiIlpo'itiol! his: brought; me in contact: !some of the most l'xll'ri. '
1rnh'tllllal'; l' part oi'nur lilulh'ot'' the whol.- 1'111! j""t. 11'11! have not spoken laI'Loal'llH1IHl the l'IC'II1, this country on the :subject! of commerce and water
of the }imitnr advantages of Fernandisn' a depot] and naval i !station : they enter Atlantic of the great concourseof ;: 1 portation ; and I would here say that 1 draw quite freely from the cxperienc'Mif -
without attaching a meaning: to the Will""l'\ ; Appendix' ( '.") vessels passing; ; at all seasons: : through the Florida+ cha It Ilf'l.' l others in this communication to you.

:j I have propa'l, thus far to assert: taat: if a Southern Atlantic\ 'flw same thought iR CXf'l'SH'd) by the f'olmni-'ioll: ot which If my i idea and estimates are of any:: value to you, it gives me greatplea.suri'

port i.s! requiit.'d be brought into 11.- e for the :accommodation I AllIJil'all>ul'ont waR !:' they say : Fernanl I 11,1 iol! to submit them to your l'OI"illralill. truly, \

Western::; trade, tliis State can oll'cr u port in all respect.H equal hy its l'o-litifJ"' : .IJviol\fly the most Ilefira1lf', ( point for n place of 1111 yours verv'A., C! MATTOON.To .

and ill many: re. pC'ct8 preferable- the pr.rpose' to cither oi ti j "lepasit' anst''er'ug at one end of the line, to HamIlton nflo; :\ at the Hon. 1) L. \ t'LEn:, I-Yrtuindinu, Fla. .

other SmIth Atlantic ports Hl1l1lP,). the other ;" .ml 1 when tiey further f1"W": have not !spokenof I conr-nr in the estimates! (and Irlll'alif\) set forth Ill.I'il by Mr.

But now comes a queftio'i desei'ving} serious: oo.isideration.Since ( the! jH'cit'Ju advantages of Fernamtina{ a a depot and, naval prulipal'xI'l'lil'I'l'l"\IHloon. as to cost of trll'llt\l'latol.l'II..aIIIIY ;; i is! based UI"1I1

I the successful: deeeniiig of th > mouth of t the! :Mississippi! station without attaching; a meaning to the woi'd./ pal (consisting: of twenty-one; Jr steamers) for Tral"lol.tatiol( :.1 1 years.
I If t the f-nlram-c of Cumberland Sound: which this harbor ] (I'1ALI.ir} ) .
will any other Southern port o' necessary to the West ? Will (: through t : Afent.OSVVKHO
not New Orleans in the South and tin commercial ports in tins is approached' i is improved :so: :a ls to allow a useful( depth oftwentyseven : .January 17, 171.I.I
then fully concur in the estimate: as set in (be' within; :and :annexed
feet condition for its jlll'll
North answer }her rccplil'cl1lellts't'Vhat. every necessary communication to IIo-i. I 1) L. Vulee, of I F.'r'I'.lill.: ,'t >'1J! !:'. on the lh.jl..t
the. Western country requires i is the cheapest: }possible! : and(! naval use to) the country will bo fulfilled. Very of transportation: by 'h'al and other! 1:1':1, a'i\ i ia.i.. ruton: : :: on:the
transfer of its produce from till granaries: to marfcet.: Of the! few vessels: of commerce have a greater draft than twentv-two :'subject is dorivf", ,1! from an.evperien.v h ; of t IW.'ilV live v.irs: in the business!,

dim-rcnt modes of *-insport, rail is I the most costly: ocean navigation :feet : and of naval vessels, the most powerful armored ships of as owner t e system of! : !"tc'.IHN1..I.of barges MI.iota Luke har-hdn.Oiitaii)! h. \ Y.the li..t.r : Ir:1: to introduce

the next., ana barging; tIll! least "lJoIlI! )'. The products: to the American Navy, a? General Humphreys, then Chief ot Engineers AUtF.HT; : J." rJj r.

t be moved, even now very large, twenty and fifty years:: hence will latch reported draw eighteen feet and. but few of the

> be almost, inconceivably nniucii e. Economy of tonnage and, prolongation British armored ships' (those:: only of the Devastation:: < lass) reachtwcuty"ix ("JI"J)
C.ij.r-titK: n;.\., 11, ts74.Jf'Hi. .
and half feet. February
of tho barging /distance, t thus reducing the more costly: t : a D. L. Padre :

O'C11tcrvic'! (\ are the points to bo desired. Tin.! is anther very important fact which deserves marked DKAK. SIR :-In nl\\'l'l to :jour "I'IIri: i < re;' :11'.1 t > tl pricrfability; ; : of
Assuming that the 4 depth\ of eritranco. is the sane into the harbor attention Supposing it to be desirable, in a military: point of !h'olllll barge navigation of the (Sulf c >.(m.' (rj' mi' (tier :1i..i"lil"i( i t-> (Cedar
view to have fortified tabor for naval Key, would state that ('apt. McAllist I"r. of ( nnrii'mu-, < !..!, |. ..", Imilt a
a deep-water !
of I'ernandina and tho month of tho that1'1 purpof-:
: (
( Mississippi' so -
stern-wheel: steamboat, intending to run from .t. Li.uis t I'> Kn.irila; Ala.,
sels of equal capacity can bo used: ( in both then this: port may far South as possible' : : then this is: the harbor furthest:: South whichis on tlc Chattahoochee, without transfer: hut in h'jitr.o. lite boa was too

come into lust a.- an important auxiliarv New Orleans: : }because, : capable of being used-and what is: more it is the only harboron long r the 1L'ialon of the (Ciiatnhoorlice.: 1llIII her between New

first, the voyage to Kuropu b,nn" intu-li) shorter from Fernandina: the Georgia const or Florida coast!; which i is capable of being eight Orleans hours.and Alalacricoll.( ,(making)) barrels the of run/freight from t WIII'1! to wharf in usually forty-

than Xmy Orleans, ships can Male more frequent trips: and thus improved, at moderate cost! to a depth of twenty-seven feet at about l.OtH) hales' of cotton to New Orleans, making\l'ahHhicnll.111 Ionn.l an

t economy of ocean tonnago: will bo secured l ; and secondly, the high water, which i is the depth necessary:: to give it its highest average of ten days. 1I1 was 1 lat-hotll, !"1'rl.wl1l Illat. culled the >?
a usefulness. The harbor it with which .hinerieu'o! feet long :?.) feet 111 hold ; draft of
strategic only near a competition 1
mode of to Cedar Key, there .
cheaper barging being prolonged water, light 4 fee loaded feet ; two ',.." engines, 22? inchesdiameter
will \be reduction of t the more costly ocean: service. Tho crossing! ; might bo supposed: possible: is that of Brunswick ; but the ( Ii'l.t. ; boiler! and engine; on deck of boat !same as

of the peninsula between Cedar Key and( Fernandina: ) can: bo depth of the entrance to that harbor is!' incapable of improvement I high-pressure! ..ster river boats. She ran from ls,">,1 to 1S.5S without any ul
at moderate cost:: for the reason that the bar at its entrance I serious accident! or loss uf time on account of weather, and was replaced
effected at tho minimum cost: of rail transportation, because! at any I by steamship called the Florida.
is miles distant from the and if it could be
nearly eight shore; In ISoiJ, !'.apt. McAllister built two small stern-wheel steamboats and four
rediced improved l, its entrance could not be covered by guns from the barges' at Pittsburgh, for the Itay evil Chattuhoochec: lliver. They Wl.r.
shore. loaded at Pittsburgh! und each boat' towed two hal'lrll! there along the
And now wo must consider if it i is }practicable to have a depth l coast to where I target
Apalachieola they !
Inin'.1 safely. ) were only (JH).fret:
this harbor to that of the i and I have said that the estimate 01'cot: by General Gillmore for feet inches
r of entrance into equal I Mississippi, long 1 hl'al; draf. light2 !, 111:11"1131 fl.\t. These: barges and
equal to the draft of tho largest: 'steamships: !; and therefore most:: giving twenty-seven feet water on the bar, is about two millions. hmul Wl'r'in use years on the Hay and Apalachicola Hirer.I .
He also estimates: that for a sum "not exceeding<< one million" a hare been connected with steamboats fur the lost twenty 'lf and
economical carriers.
believe it i is practicable to' load barges and li ht-dralft boats at UIIpoilt on
General Gillmore, in his report\ to the Chief of Engineers, trans depth of twenty-three feet can bo obtained.APPENDIX.l. the "\'ltl'l rivers, and tow the barges to Cedar Key or any of ports of
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-- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- the Calf on the Florida coast without transfer of and
mitted to Congress by the lre ih'l1t at its present: session: estimates : i- cargo, with entire.

: that a depth of twenty-one feet at low water, which will safety. Yourrespectfully SAM'L j., :
give twenty-seven feet at mean high water and twenty-nine feet ---- 1. S.-The Aincricii'r average time from bar to bar was WIITJ'SWI hou\,
(".\.) has made trips from wharf to wharf in ho'urs.
at spring tides, can be obtained at a cost! of two millions of dol- lm thirty-six
OSWKIO: January Kith 1st"I.
Jars ; .which estimate! however, it is anticipated. ho may be ableto IIranm:; :-Your favor of December 27th? covering; !several interrogatories (" (.")
reduce considerably. after studying the results of the elaborate in regard to the subject of transportation, was duly received and considered. JtTY 5TII, \\H>\. I
i ho has caused( be made since his! estimate: was prepared.' You will please: pardon the delay in answering: caused by pressure : /Ol. Gidfonlle\ ':
lt. survey of business' and absence from home. I hare carefully looked over yourpiestions :-\Ve have the honor to inform you that the l''lfl'n'I'I.
This cost of two millions, if even- not reduced! is only about one- and have given them some! thought: and study and will reply to mince with your wishes communicate.! through Captain Ilplllt.ill""lpt.1111 !
third the cost of tho improvement at Mississippi:; : : entrance which viiem according t'l the \best of my judgment. under consideration that part of your letter,of ill.lrul.ti'I'1. II' the 2.5th
the water now established:: : tht'l'It \Ito ]hoped that the You ask. me. first : What do you estimate the practicable cost per ton of malt, which relates to the necessity: of occupying two or more points: on theAtlantic I
gave be and 'Kindling general iiK-ri-handi! ;say from vessel: to car, and vice ivrm-the coast ; Fl'rUItlll being particularly mentioned I as one of these
appropriation required for this great result will granted, mar being placed alongt-ide. the vessel; same as to cotton ; same as to Hour! pOI t .
that ttio delegation from this State will unite with that of Georgia iii barrels ; also the cost of transferrin; grain fromesel to cars alongside It !'!l'll to he indispensable that there should exit a convenient (lalIll'Plt I

in supporting the application for it. of elevators on the :mthl'rll'xtn'lit\ the line of Atlantic: blockade ; and it \t
( 1. (ieneral merchandise can be handled or transferred: from vessel: to "l'l'Ur to the conference that if this coal depot were suitably selected I, It /
recommended the fact that it will >
This appropriation is by thoulaid I : might be used, not only as I de-fNit for coal but as a depot of provisions and T
improve the common entrance of harbors in two States, Georgia ; t l'uml\llton'll. as 1 harbor of refuge, and I as a general rendezvous or headquarters
ail Florida ; and by the further fact: that while all other important At a general distributing |x>int like Cedar Key, w.iere marks and destinations for that part of the coast.We .
<) be looked to closely: and) labor is re-iuirtil tu !separate the our minds the t".o of
mu>t very { Z'pal"&tin enterprises!'! purely military
South the Atlantic and Gulf coasts have 1 expe
: t harbors in the upon / go.ids it will ei.t f forty cents per ton to do the n.'l.I'I't..ur"rk.. I hare 1111xpcril'I1I'O dition and nn expedition the n of which is tine establishmentof
k ; been liberally! aided by public appropriations, not one dollar has a.s to the handling of cotton, but should think that it could Iw 1 naval station for Irl"til Iril'il'aille.i of the hlokuh'0 shall
yet been spent for improvement here. There has been appropri' : dune at a less I'lItthm utmost any other kind of rough: freight in conemienee hare the honor to lf"llt for both expeditions; but we will begin
of tire uniformity I in size and weight of hales. with the latter Illwc\'er. that we think both of them shouhfbeCJnductvd
Ida, :ir.. ated, to last year, forIlaltimure As! regards: the handling of tloiir in barrels, it can be taken: from vessel simultaneously.Fernandina .

, 1, (' : ...............:...........................................................r..... '1,1.i1ttiG:! ) or ear unit stowed in car or vessel, or piled up on wharf at two cents per is, by its i"sition, obviously: the most desirable (lint for a
; Norfoik................................. ................................................... l1in.tll\O barrel (including cooperage). place of dejM; ,sit, answering at one end of the line, to Hampton Roads! at
'\ .' Wilmington, N. C. 1.41"111,j:'S Bruin/ can be transferred! from vessel: to ear at a cost: of three-tenths of the other. In addition to its |>osition in this respect, it enjoys several other:
Ciiurleston..................... 5 I'.ila) one cent per bar+ael, bv cither stationary or Moating< elevators. In tide hur- advantages almost i>eculiar to 11"lt. and well-suited to time OhJl't..t. in view-
\.allllah" .........min..o.n>.. 79:1,1)13St. : ( b.irs, fur si.nply tr iii it'rrlrlg grain, the iloating/ elevator i is preferable. This It has 1 fourteen feet of water bar at low water and at high l;
John's, unti inland passage. to it. hktifk} estimate! is predicated: upon a fair: amount of business: : for the elcv;tur. stir water; a conrenient depth' for all steam vessels! of the lary.hn'nt. I' .
Mobile! ..*....,. 715,1)7 1 that it in iv bo employ! one-half tll.tltn'-l ,urthi: of the time. I peiltsl by 1'l'l'WI or side-wheels, rated I as "second-class .tl'.11 .tihl'r' ;
New Orleans.................... ... :11Si,1'1" :2. In regard! to water transikvtatiolmI' | : under, for all of thaw rated U'i "tirst-clas.. frtuuin sloops": which are propelled
'r x (Besides me lads: contract' ot $.>,(*KI.UH.M, .inn the hest Information 1 am able! to obtain, and from my own knowetU. !1- by 2'rCW'4. amt by must of the same class hy'i.ll'.wh'l'lswht'llht. !
+ Galrcston...- / 7-OOO:! .' of the freighting business by steamers: I should t'Uthat it will cost and by al the newly-purchased) and ( 1l'nplll..1
mile for olll."th.m"m.lmill'll. The same work can be with exception, of llt'N ur'er
tit perhaps
this is tllIi11'4l'l'r per one or two of the rery
dollar for this entrance note ithstanding one
-but not one lone by barges: : of one thousand tons !burthen towed by a steam barge ofsame mail-packet: steamers when deeply: loaded.These lar'l"t
.'. of tho fortified harbors of the country. burtlu-n and sulUVient i p over to tow one barge. at $1.10; i'er ton ,of depths are perfectly convenient for the new and gunhoats
But the improvement of the entrance to this harbor is also of two thousand: (pounds), full cargoes each way. \Vitli full cargoes one war now on the !stocks, and for the! ordinary merchant \tlfll\11\ purchased or.
1t Thi consideration should the mid half carg H-s the other, the dill'ereiuv w'HIJ.11'l' one-fourth on" from full chartered for freight. The main Ihll channel O'lr Nt.1an's bar into Fe-r-
National eon.'oqnjnee. promote eargiH-s ,'a'h'WI\'. \less- the amount of time and t'llel'avetl! which should becredited nandina hnl'll\r. though not by no mean tortuoiis or dilllculf it
grant of an api .op nation. I refer, in saying tin, to its strategic:; the lur,;l". to partly oil'-et the aae-fourth.hort cargo. and tidy J lot'l' is easily deli mil by buoys, and a range by means of beacons> the;
value for military find naval purposes. cent, to full c.irg.K-i mina way, to make it equal to full ,'urIt"llhlth, ways.: passage l of the bar itself secure.Inside rl'ndl'P
I nearest: \ the Atlantic to tlfe straits My estimates are tho same for sailing \'t">t's as for steam barges with u of the bar thl'rt is an unlimited extent of deej>-water aeeoninio-
the deep-water on
... It is port barge in tow. \\'hilthc vessel can h,' run for U low* am-nint 1 JHT day, the elation and aU> the protection of smooth water reaching the land /
t of Florida and the entrance of the Gulf of Mexico ; and! is so tardiness ami uncertainty of the voyage more tlt.1 eomjK-nsates for the locked luisin II.fll I I

i near the northern border of the trades that it has: fair winds fuel used on I trip by the steam barge.My The anchorage, in Amelia River |I".sl'-.svs the quiet! and safety of an en-
the sailor-i ,) both going and com. estimates are aU I hosed ujnni continuous navigation the ear ...mnl.anl dosed dock. Repairs of all kinds may lie carried on without time fear of I
"soldiers' winds
'. ( + as say: ways bUHU-ient depth of wM"l'h' al'llh'h barges as Ul't'.t..nl..t below.I accident arising fl'lll motion of the water.nealti.y .
} include in mil)' ,.Iimal. of exhiense| the main t'tlI1\, depreciation unit I
Islatuls.naile.i I interest on cost of two barge' (tone steam), costing about .J.t1I', and a \.e are careful to aruit t.lkin this (..tl1til'ton .
The for fortifying it was based barge without steam, eostllilh.lut $t7,0"<>, and together having a carrying hr entering a 11pal'ison of Il'nan.lna unn\'lsrl! m long time '
authorities. otlt'r '
; ,' tar)" appropriation l'I' Oit.I N) uu."I"! of wheat, and .utlK-ient !fut for steam hinge for same J ioIm fr coast-such as example 'I is now
1 t. > upon this!: view. This\ will be found to be the fact by referenceto ltIIf in a draft of water nut exceeding nine < Such barge as I nec'tett 1.&il'unt with .Lalnah, alt being Ull'l lei 'the interior, i"cun less I
.) the report of the Chief Engineers: ; (the distinguished General htt' almre estimated for would IKin .iii us r.\tnwl! length, It*) feet ; : '* entrance.: which ha an iiisuiK-rable I'Wee.
5 of 30th 'ovcrber,1814-Senate Document Twenty'j 11':1I. 3. fret; depth of hold. 12 feet.Trt tion in its liar; but we take mms to say that nn have formal
f. Totten), unit the trip large of our study of the whole luchmllll'i >
I herewith ""Lult the Il.-JUI'llnt: n''lptsf a Jlgle B part : '' not MKjken
: eighth Congress, 2d session, pages 180 and 181-an extract from (rout. t-.1 Kl'\ to any plint ll' tl .b..iPI'1 i River jO tulles. Uakil a peculiar advantages of f'rnalilna as a del** and naval nation without. the

which 1. will read you : \ : dale for til' trip t 1d wl h I Ilake up l follows: S. P.
'j PROPOSED FORT FUR THE KSTBVNCE TO Ct'MBEKLASD BOfXD, UEOROI1. **Vlll'l. In rr..I. l'\.la Kt ruult,.".......V.........................h. ."...,.... 2 (l.rys.tunnhh : Captain V. S. DlIOXT., .
has eUtally approved the recommendation from. this: ] time IWO miles fru/1 Cedar Key...............,....... .5 1"I J. C. HARNARD.
nffl'oforthfr-eomim'iieement*'Tlie Executive ref of a new fort on the l u"tf Georgia, and Dis.-lurnng cargi... ......... .... .,.. .... ..... .....,.. ........ 2 I Major t' S. Ensdiieers..Member.[
.oottoii, .. ..... ............. "
XWsiv-e Committed* of the House of representatives' have re. Taking in car > Migar or grain .. .> f
8 j, / Military it. A wry tine survey recently completed)' an offleer Return trip to'Cetlar. Key. ..., .....,... ... ....... ., ....... .a .". Sallrnttudctt V Dust l\l'l, Member
t 11; \tv-Tfti( Uvowblv hicil "engineers, uf the mouth of the St Mary's River or ofof nl.Un;..... .... ....... .... ... .... ...... ......... : C 1. ,
topocraji' conttmw the opinion, long entertained, that this, the Cummandrr C. S. Navy, ) D.'Iiu

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