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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
February 28, 1880
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Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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,1.1FTJm'fAXI'' YF.AnS.BY the high ttrltI'of freights and fares on that vention. At the lost National DemocraticConvention mivonr.Hon. ; ; A CUJtlOUS WILL.ItVK .

.. road by regretting "that it i is not in our IIl'hlln the city of St. Louis tuis7d +. ('il!' finincil, Fcrnitndiiut( Florida : .J.
CARRIE E. ABBE. the following i resolution was adopted\ : : IIU.IOSnn P OF VXLoCm.D: I.'NIN/
to make the Johns free road for I Having been requested\ to report us to the
power : a Jtftolreii, That states: In requested to in- TEXAS: DKVlsKI: : Foil COLORED: M't'CATIoXAL
I've been to-day on the windy hill the transmission of both freight and passenger strict their delegates to the .llh'"allll'I''" need of the city to ensure: a continuance of II R r'51: $. 1
beenfor cratic C Convention to be held in INM tI>, w nether! health and to make such leconinteiuliitionsas The Howard of i
How would have
In the little graveyard that looks on the sea ; !? ,much nicer it : t'nivcrMty! Washington,
this if it be desirable to continue the two-third.-+ may be deemed I nd\salile I | 1 beg leave to D. ('. through its olllcers! has, sent
1 read the names on two mossy stones, little! president to politely explain, rule longer in force in national: cmmntion.-, governing ,
And I bowed my head and bent my knee such is the fact. that the existing tiitiff i is as and that the =National CInllllitlt'l'I'l'I'1! :sucn snbiud: I my repi.v im.'with, duiding the communication' to Mayor Cooper praying

And prayed for eternal peace for thorn- low as the interests t (and safety of the road. request,\ in the call fur 1 the next contention.WM. came into thieo part.,, ii.uiah_ that certain claims for Texan lands left in I

The woma i I loved, and, the fine who loved will permit W. I.O.11.PRINCE lUKM'M, Secretary, Chairman' ;".r'1Rsr.' My repoitiis the Chairman. of the the will of John Woodward, made in 18.'U: ,
iiylliiipro.iuenl liouuishti\une what
National Democratic Committee.FLOltllHAXA. for the benefit of the colored race, !be. turned
GKXtniAL JXTKLLlOLXCn.Wt.tnn ...1: ell none nniii r ui.dtioii! III>i ne com-
iituicc uiut w luis hull expended.Klv. : o\er, to that lllStitlll on. The petition in behalf -
And both were young, and o ic was randWit'i ,' "'II.\t in of the "Bothexecutors
MveAtWER I is performing in !-1I\- is 1I"II.t to put ineeity University says:
a beauty that won my heart from UK.Bui .1 t-\l'0I1\ saaittuy condition.liiiun. of the will of the !lu lI.'olm'oo.lwnrll' are *
she la ighed me to worn one summ. annah. }\'c\ propose, under the above w; lion, to dim .- W L'" \' Council 1 i is ominend- deceased: and no successor having been appointed -
mor i TUE National Democratic Convention: is t ti' iele current matters of interest .n and aboi
I be held Cincinnati on the M of June. which ve may find jailing here aim regulations. us.nominee under saidvil|! to name the i
Down on the shore beside the sea. there, f"t'd,111II'"Itl'cr may, be transpiring,; ; ;in LII'lc111\ uppiopriidion( made III April, beiielUiuncs under it. llnfumi Lniverstlywas 1
While the sun shore bright) as her gloriouseyes ; Tun National Association of 1'asse-nger the way Agriculture/ Horticulture, industries/ ; 11'\1\>, amounting I I to' ;$000: jour Itoanl( has incorporated by the general government

Agents Willlttl'l.t at Cincinnati March Kith, TransiHtrtati'on, / /, Immujration, [ ; and, illillr, nit oorrowed upon I tnecivmt ol the city, the sum in l.MiT, ana the institution is now success-
And the waves\ wro dincing: in merry glee.; to tinker rates, mat/ers of ihyical; abut materilll Jl'ort'1'! \ <' of :.t-llJU: ana (the lollowingexpendriureshaveiieen Hilly ut work under its charter accomplishing'results ,,
r6ni1IIao take: in-rational opportunity+ of girinii+: made : !) for which it was established
And she passed on and went her ways: : :-T.:: Lon i is threatened with labor troubles.S'early : the results. of{ our ear" (J $t'I"' .[/ (mid/. Contract mixing; l!:1 And I shore like in trade i is organising unions and (1,1,11neulsanduyycrfionsuxarethinkarm! : : ; / : win thy Repairs on lv-iaiul; :Street... Uwi.OJ:) ol c-olor. It nulls:: every condition intended
walked the one a dream every the eunxideratioatf'tout old and mic'a'rcmideats'1)'e / D.tching/ ...................... ....;... Ij. 'U by John Woodward in his will.
I did not heed the bright sun's rays, societies, picparatory to a general strike.A And, here'ask the assMancf and t'u-,,/rI'IIa,1II i if Cutting ( \ti.OO \\ tulle in pursuit of t the funds necessary! fort

Nor did I note the sea gulls' "l'rtllll ;iI MROK convention of Mexican veterans ( t1eVulerear, and/ corrtpondi'nts/ ( ; Ji'r' de I'll i II .. l.JW I bo prosecution of :such a work !by this great '
only thought of her smiling mouth was held in Norfolk, Va., on Monday. The Itiri", lgthepropenlyand dtrrloumiu'df tummy Filling : .'I. IO institution it has learned of the unlumlled f
section m, ice hope to beadi'isrd from <:1'I'rItll"l iftl.This Repairs and eU'.i'inig, drums... :U.75-$ .(,'(.;:11i mist under John \\ oodward's will has investigated
And. the that in her dark eye1! gleam. annual meeting will )be held at Louis- ,
spell lay next
year l* marks a net( era i'l1m? !it">. Leaving, a liii'aiu-e 11l'IL"h in the history l ut' his estate and only
Ann the blue watched me with furtive ville.COXKLINU'H. The Ideal jinancial depression ('enininriiied/ ( the ti-ea.MU ,' 01'. l\2(\ needs the nonnnutiui: ol'itself: us the benc.liciary '1
eyes IS/S and continuing, alntnot to the present year, I'wiiguhca mclttlemluuitanltyet to take such sup.i a* will secure to it
care man :Smyth, uppo'nt( by had almost paralyzed all industries, improieincuts to he borrowed......... tiO.UU endowment otnicu it in
Lilt is greatly
Whi h I, alas I I'a too blind to see, Governor Cornell to be ]Insurance Commissioner and iininiijriition; in Nine 'orth ; white !line need.

And the fair round cheeks lost! their dainty for" New York, has:' been rejeo ed by thniJh( was more or less aj/cctcd, yrt not to so ijrcala :y;:.h",.,Iv An inventory of the estate of Mr. Wood-

i'- bloom, the Senate.LA degree, and/ Florida; ilurnuj! all th w permit; has The unexpended portion (if this iq prupriation want matte, on the :12Jd.! of June, 1M lit I ttotviy' lint mutely advanced and unproved, THISadntiice will ne lI. following us value :
And the laugh that was: merry no more rung GRVNOE, Ga., had a narrow escape and improvement. / ,,'r shall note froii winch: will be oinmcneed in a hew A maiioguny table . . $0 00cevend
free ; the other day from being demolished by a time to tl'I1t'lot conjininy ourselves to any vli'ssiJicatioii small notes of hand und evidences 1
d And while 01 e woman was breaking my cyclone. One barn and many fences were + or order, tmt write t of tlll'lCIS/ tieipi eseni. }pipe drainage continues to be in 01'indebtedness! lilt outluwc'd

heartAnother's 'themselves.tiuyar excellent working older. 'Inu mad 1 run used and valuelessKinpra'suno : . . . -
destroyed. Sole, If person \VILStoAl! that the bur the work, witu but u snit exception': ; claims uhout live millioiisoi -
heart was breaking for me. THE House subcommittee on electionshas jicojue of tile United States: aur:dally sent has proven good and tiurabieso tar.. : acresot land i in 'fl'XlI:<,!!U1.JJcct 1

It seemeth strange that I am old reported in favor of Slcmmons, of Arkansas to loreign countries more gold, and suver, 01 Tne improvements in Ivscumnia: street to such contingencies!! that we cannot J
w And that I am left and they are 'ead, the member in his contest their equivalent, to pay U' su,;ur importeu} nave also::! proven good, especially wnen considering arrive tit any satistactory: or even
sitting It
here, than the entire aim al producl ot'nit the small iMiumiic expeiuieu. is piobablu' estimate ot value. They J
And that I look down upon two goal es! with Bradley. tile mines of the Union, i it would seem! incredilxe. proper to state mat since the uam and gate mummy be worth millions of dollars \

" With a riossy stone at each one's .1l '1l1 ; IT i is that the !. Yet it is a lact, that while the iiuvc been built, several little lueaiv m !but lire put down at . . $1,000Mr.
hoped appropriation committee I
) And the day is past when red lips laughed, will at onto report a deficiency appropriation 'Cdr.)' product 01' gold, silver and lead I isle.stnaii :. .eukugeahave: have occurred been repaired, which, liy tfierehy tinu-iy pre.weutiug attention Woodward's will i is to the following J'J 1
nundrud niiliioius our
one people: paIroiu > (
hearts bled.
; And life grew dreary tile destruction ol the dam., lire effect :
t,3! to enable the post-otHoe department 110 to 11.5; millions! of dollars lor impartul -
: !, And I thought today: on the windy (hill to continue'the star mail service. sugar. Louisiana, previous to timewear iH'iientsarising tutu this iinproveineiit meevidently 1, John Woodward, do make my last will ":
1 In the little graveyard that looks: on the sea' Mast sugar-growing:,; a leading business, very great to the Health and attraction and testament in tie words following : utter \
TUE Mobile and Ohio Railroad owes the tin.I there were 111.111)IlIIglC: plantations ufllt trust hat( part III the city. Auiiionty me payment ol my debts by my executors I
As I gazed on the mounds and the two gray State of Mississippi' for delinquent taxes, whicii had over a million dollars invc.stcnin and the means should lx.niven to nivoand: bequeath the whole of my estate,
, stones, and Lou- iiie sanitary coninuttee not only to keepmis ooth rent and to the of the
over $. :!,'),(JOO. It has offered to compromise cultivating i cane matting Migar. pcisonul, Mayor
"There are two graves here, but there's room isianians, wno nave settled in inn 1 three by paying 240,001), in fifteen annual instalments. the war, :fay that Florida III climate, leuhtu. .evel each year until as (high( us the woouvork. 'in" dctuult of such un olllcer lit the tune of
;i" of season:! and soil, has :>attenor uti,':l1Itlc., At present: the earth work Iutvin0.lettledin my death, then to the highest Judicial otliecrin '1
And when all is over, I'd like to be laid York" over Louisiana for cultivating: cane i'lo1.IL- the road us well us near the lioni, und fur the city und county of New York, :
arrived in
DE LEhKErs has New
By the woman I loved, and the one who ers und larmers have, III almost every county .dre-ssing vl'ealth u necessary. in trust, to be vested by him in such manner '
loved me.Snraaota will go thence to Wa hillgtoll. He attended long cultivated more or less fur uoinestii. Tile sloes::! ol iiie railroad track south ol us hillY seem to him best for the education f""
a spl'cialmeetillg of the Society of American use and home marKcts.Vitli the rccciu ik'ucli i Street' uiso a place on the east side 01 of persons of color, being free, in such u j,
l Manatee County, Fla. Engineers, held on Thursday to discuss the IIl11'ruVcllllliHt) for grinding, pans for evaporating tin .street!t !hetween Dale and Kim; streets are manner us may make them useful upon the [.
and mining, our puooie would nnd ? .111101' standing water, and will! be dangerous subject connected with the freedom of the
STATE XEW& inter-oceanic canal project. proiu in making sugar und syrup lor' Hlnpmeiit .u toe health of fide city The railroad uu- unman nice, and default of cither of those
THE death sentence of Lanham, who killed as then is anvays u ready-cash matket. tiioritics::! have butt their attention called to persons 1 do authorize the Chancellor of the i 1
THE Orange county fair was a success. tins, and our sanitary! agent bus received iusjurance -
t the actress: Gcorgic Drake in Texas, in 1878, If the recent experiments:: time uurtu- State of New York to execute und decree
BLACKBERRIES are ripening in Orange west of making sugar from sorghum prove' ; that steps would betaken to ditch this trust or authorize others to execute the "4
has been commuted to imprisonment for life successful, so liiucn the !better bur time southern tucsu": places upon the return of the Superintendent :) soma I appoint Henry M. Western, of the

county. by Governor Roberts. Much indignation is farmer, wno Citlcushy::( grow that, uiiuquite ot the railroad. city of New York, counsellor ut Ju\ and )
t A NEPIIEW of Henry Ward Beecher is visiting expressed at the governor's action. as cheap. Cane sugar, howevervu.. : iS'c.u to u good drainage the establishment :! liam '1'' Sloctini, of the Mime city, the .
.1 in Orange county.A probably retain in the future, as in tile past, of an ellicient scavenger service is O ot the oliicu. JOHN WOOIIWAIt 11
, TUE War Department has refused to ordera Us superiority in grain, color, llavor and uuemed the most important und the thing Tho witnesses to the will sign the ,
# MOVEMENT is on foot to organize a hotelcompany military court martial: to try the charges pacharme properties. At any rate, when most in want in tins:: city; without it, clean- document are James Burling, lercluUt,

't in Monticello. preferred by II. V. Boynton, of the Cincinnati the crop is so easily cultivatttl, suiiject to no tineas und consequently: health !is not insured No. 'M VIUlcam street; Elishu Jones, silversmith -
contingencies like cotton, Florida should ; without it, we will .present. u ready heluVl' I Greene und John II.
THE South Florida Citizen come out sijuarc-! Gazette t Gl'lH'mlherml1l1:; Itrel
ugainst; on time contraction of and of
raise sugar sutlicient for home consumption: dangerous Hl'UgUI, grocer, No. 113 Spring !tr'l.t, all in
T ly for Drew for Governor.JACKSONVILLE the ground that the civil courts afford ample Transportation. The W. India Transit:: H. levers. The scavenger service us eon- the city of New York. A codicil to the will,

has at last declared war on remedy for the acts complained of." 11. trains connect at Baldwin with tile Florida ducted heretofore bus not proven to be enlcient dated March. 183.5: i is to the following cfcc
Central: !t. H. trains, east and west: ; atLive nor entirely just to all the people. An is:: my' will( I hit the trust remain
the bunko men, and notified them to leave PKINTIXU paper can be bought in Canada Oak, some ;'M miles west of Lake City uniform i system. by which the ollal of the I will stated, but that the estate bo sold, 1 1AX
town. for two or three cents a pound less than in the Savannah trains connect, crossing north city can be frequently und regularly removed vested or 'Pl'll.t by such trustee, in such
lave Oak wabroken this country, for the reason that there is no to the Savannah and Western (formerly Atlantic to u sale distance, can, in our opinion, manner, purposes in my said will
THE post-otlice ut duty on the chemicals uill'liin the manufac only be ensured ,by the employment uf a tl
and <;iulf ; trains on Savannah: ana pointed out, to the smut trustee und my
open on Friday night; and about sixty dollars ture. The revenue derived by the government Western form cWrnections! with western, competent person! or persons to do this: work executors, or u majority of the three or ofthosu
t stolen. from this duty is: so slight as hardly to southwestern and northern railroads, which under the xupt-ryision of the sanitary committee who may act or survive, may seem '1
be worth considering, while thetax imposed radiate from frequent junctions' so that passengers and police force Such scavengersshould best; my own opinion being that the continent I
THE 5th battalion I', S. Artillery passed
; upon newspapers reaches into the millions. and, freight Hud ready routes by dilferent '- be required to give bond und security of Africa, either ut Liberia or some
through Pensacola! from Atlanta for Key -Sfl1'll1l link .1ea'x. lines which reach Florida by all-rail; for the .proper performance of t their work other spot or spots, be the best .place fur the

West, on Friday ADMIRAL S. P. LEE, of Washington City, and there are several combination, routes advertised l- during the term contracted for. tnalot the incipient application of the avails
from the most distant points. West Believing that these views will be approved estate. !It i lurthcrmore will
A CLEMENT ATTtciiMKXT: factory I is uhout is enjoying a very unenviable notoriety, procured of Honorable. it i is my
of Live Oak, transportation by rail to Chut- by your Hotly recommended that not only all my c'lOlatl both real und
to be established' at Waukcenah, Jefferson by his refusal to sell u plot of land tahoochee and St. Murks, connecting with that you will at once advertise for personal, which 1 had ut 11 u-time of my said I

county by Mr. \\'. Ii. l..ulI..c: which the great philanthropist Corcoran steamboats! which run from New Orleans! via proposals to do this work in order to I have will, hut that all thereafter and hereafter acquired

wishes to purchase for an addition to the Corcoran Pensacola, Apalachicola/ Marks, Cetiai an early cleaning up of the. streets ami lots. or pose-used 1 by me, shall \"l'tl.tI11
SANFOBD has been making a tremendousfuss Key, Tampa and Key Vest, as also steamboats The removal of>Wl'C'l'illg..llIlll olfulnot( including applied as. in 111,1'wil, and
over the arrival of the first locomotive Art Gallery in the shape of a School which run from Apaluchicola to Columbus iigtut-suil), ]might; be made a separate spccilicd ali l, that no! part of {

for the South Florida Railroad. of Design, and for additional space to accom- Georgia., There are also stages which matter, or bid lor separately, but the whole my estate il any wise or at any time whatsoever
modate a largo collection of valuable paintings run from Madison, Monticello, Tallahassee expense" of'such scavenger work should beoonie acquired, possessed or created shall be .
THE party of excursionists to Lukt) Okec- which have been donated to the gallery. and Quincy north to line of Savannah road, by time city und (paid tor from special vested, applied 1 or disjMwetl of in any other
chobee have returned to Orlando, and a i and south to localities: more or less distant i appropriation made upon the general fund manler. JOHN '\'ODWAlm. I
account of their travels: is promised by;) tip THE.Louisville Courier-Journal ha a correspondent Transportation on the Gulf coast is !by the ot the city Mayor Cooper will make an examination
1.- a planter of Mississippi, who a I- New Orleans steamers, as also steamers from Lastly, to ensure the enforcement of an important into all the facts connected with Wood ward's
Orange County Reporter. sanitary ordinance for the cleaiiliness '
Tampa. West of the Apalachicola river as singular will before taking there
THE South Florid Jounifil is disposed to vacates the negro exodus, as follows: yet there are no railroa, and communication of'Itl'cti, etc., it should especially, be upon. In the Mayor's olliee any Ictiol whole mutter -
The journals which advocate their remaining is I had ordered that the l'| lice force assist the sanitary
The extension is
only by rualltitagl': boast of its exalted in four
felicity possessing in the South must, at least, be very shortsighted of the Jacksonville: Pensacola and Mobile committee in enforcing the ordinance. UI"J the fact that the will docs not mention I
IH>etC14sl'S. Surely one ought to be enough for it is a fact, beyond successful Railroad, long dc/erred, will be effected, All of which i-t respectfully/ submitted. where time land bequeathed is, not fix !its
for any average newspaper. contradiction, that the negro is: no sort of when though travel and freight can cross G. STARK.Chairman exact loclt1'J-'el "
use: in the South but to raise cotton, and the the State: at i its widest part, ami open up Sanitary Improvement Board. Jurkmlld.
MAJOR B. W. BELLAMY, of Jefferson county persistency with which the South has stuckto Western Florida to commerce 8rlCultllre! 1'rbruary:6tb: ] 'oYc/,
has between 2500 and 3000 black peopleon that alone has nearly been her ruin. We and immigration. Pensucola j i is reached;i-by - VXl'LKASAXT. ICClE.7A .

his) several plantations in that count}'. say with you let the'JIjO and try GO ''II Gulf steamers, and by railroads connecting JILL JIAYES' SCJIEMKTwentyfour London pa'tcrsays that a few days since
own ," and if thj R.-p.illieans.! don't who is the belle of II
The CClI.titutioIISa's. they all Iou!: fat and country } with the western anil northern roads. years ago Ambrose W. 0 young lady, a c'rtuil
tind it a. dearly bought political experiment Truck Farming This. industry, which includes suburb not 100 miles from Charing
happy. we will pay for the cigars. It is directly to the growing of vegetables and small Thompson was invested (by the Republic of rl
THE Monticello O""titutil'ublishl'll a our interest to get rid of them and particularly fruits, is fast assuming large proportions, New Grenada with the right and title to a and is renowned lllt only for her charming

mi to send them to the grain-pruttueing and we see no limit to which it may nut be strip! of land near the )boundary line between figure and exquisite taste in dress, but also
Call which
from Senator
letter hebpecifi- portion of the continent ; and what two extended. For Florida, being the must south Costa Rica and for her grace and skill 'a skater, was fascinating
i wally denies having entered into any combination states suit us well as Indiana and Kansas! ? ern territory of the United States, is by geographical I what is now known us tlteUult..1 u host of and maddening ,

such as that described by that aper We being the consumers of grain, we are position, climate and soil, capable States of Colombia, the tract extending with jealousy IWlt allllllr'J rivals by her cuts

a few weeks! ago to elect Senator Jones as interested in diminish opl) ; amid if we of growing more cheaply and earlier than across: the isthmus from the Chiriqui upon the ice, when 0 she suddenly
can at the same time the supply of any other section ; and its direct through lagoon to the Gulf of Dulco. During the amid fell. A score of chivalrous ItumlJlt
governor cotton BO much the better. No danger of transportation! west, north and east by rail Presidency of Mr. Buchanan thin property sjied to the rescue, but before Jalant-
-Lv: MIL E. A. O. MUNPEE. for some time past their places not being tilled. It U! already or water or both brings her products to was. )bought by the American Government, could reach her she regained ole her feel.
h.' being done, and that, too, by a class of distant markets cheaply, safely and quickly. but through the machination of the Panama lad
connected with this office as a was wearing u Canadlal skating ('
i compositor thc
who do not stake their all 1
.- people on cotton, This! early production' ensures u'ood prices, Hallway Company the sale was not comilete her the jxilnt of her
: left last Friday for Fernandina to pursue his. and, besides, make" goal member of HO- and will make it profitable. Nor It. there [ <|1. Mr. Lincoln entered into negotiations ript She was stocking not, however, aware of her .
-': vocation in connection with the Mirror published tiety, and help build up our schools and any danger of an over supply for when it with Mr. Thompson for-ffie purchase of the mishap, and glided away from her rescuer

.' at that place. FA: is a good printer churches. is considered that of the whole |iopulation grunt, during udiuiniMtrutioii, but Secretary tunif. It uhfurtumttelylmappeue) in thi ra
of the Union one quarter, or 12: million tit'waTlIlreVl'ntl'l.l the consummation! of
understands his business THE following is the call for the National that in endeavoring to nave herself lady
.. thoroughly. live in cities of over 8,000( inhabitants, it the trade. Gen. Grant made a similar unsuccessful with lift 'usual graceful rapidity As the
, : Success attend him.-Floridian. Democratic Convention : will be seen that the demand is enormous, attempt to get jxiHsesxion of the aped along in conscious triumph a strange

IT is rumored that State Senator John The National Democratic Committee having and must continue no. While truck growers tract during his t"rJUIr, Hayes' is now en- sound reached her far, ominously like supra>
met in the city of Washington'on! the here have the advantage of early seasons aged in an attempt\ to wcurt to the United laughter, She cost u quick glance
Wallace (colored), of Leon county, will be a 23.1 day of February, l&SO, has appointed and high prices, they also, when canning States this iui]>ortunt trip of territory witha hack', ali i !leave you to imagine her feel
:3 candidate for nomination to the office of the 22d day of June next as the time and and drying rxtablUhmenU shall be Introduced view of locating naval stations at its east- I ingH when she saw that her course was
? governor at the coining Republican State has chosen the city of Cincinnati as the will be able dispose of the surplus tarn ami western extremitrfs in the Chiriqui by u long trail o( sawdust. The
; ruurhc
place of holding the National Democratic when the vegetables of the northern grow. agoon and Gulf of Juke respectively. When limb to which the
? Convention, The colored men of that party Convention. ,lEach state h entitled ta representatives ers come into market. With !* Lit facilities the; negotiations arc completed a movement ) was fast wlulld'I.tlckiIK
A have served long and faithfully' in the ranks, therein equal to a double number a truck farmer, all along the border of will IK made to rut the projMwed 1 ship canalat blll"cc of its shapeliness losing stool revealed., aJt .
.:" and it seems high time that their importance of its Senators and Representatives; in the the St. Johns! and its tributaries from Fer- this. IMint thusiiloc-ing! it entirely underlie Enough lcr.C; draw the veil over her blushes.
'* to it as voters! should be recognized. United States Congmw. All democratic namlina, to Cedar Key from Jacksonville control of the I'nitcd ,;tatl'lt. Tlie above But 1 doubt whether he will skate much in
:" conservatives and other citizens. of the United to Chattahooche, can profitably grow v/ve- statements are fuels! no more to he doubted l public near I Ixmdon this winter Xr J'orlll'urU.
MR. RICIUBU MCLAUGHLIN, President of States, irrespective of post |] a-->sociations tables, small fruits and melons (shipment. than the further asiertitiii that the negotia-/ '
'. the St. Johns Railway, from Toeoi to St. Augustine or different**, who can unite withus In this, like other industries there will be ions now pending will be successful, the .
to the resolutions in an effort for a pure, economical and ocrasiunal allures and contingencies, but as rhonqiMon grunt pun based, and great credit CoLt'tat'$, f:, cotton mills now com u mo I
responds passed constitutional government. are cordially In. a business it will Increase and prove profitable accrue to ')Jr. lUytV wlminUtration a at a recent citizens meeting protesting against sited to join in vending delegates to the con u those who engage in it. result of the work. H'aihinyton$ I'lliI, a ritlnst W J.OJ:' the eaoii of IMSSt-TO.




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$, MIRROR.8ATVKDAY vclouslyrichliterature. Both'oC these crities the Russians! in their attempted advance any epidemic contagious! or infectious! dis TilE FLORIDA

'Overlook the moral and spiritual forces at Mcrv it is that fresh troubles ease.!
upon plain)
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--=-=- : -= : :-= The salubrity the island still further AND) IMMIGRATION
work upon the )English: character: that await England), if she would retain her hold : LAND
\ ; FElllWAIir, 1MO.Vorrerjmndfitt confirmed by the continued residence in
,', .. .. -=. -.::--"- -- - ..:-.= have so largely entered into its structure hold on that country which her Prime Nassau! of several hundred American citi OFFERSGOO.OOO
.; and Perron, Inn'in;; 1/IIl'illel and life ; but we must regard tile nov Minister has! recently called the gate-way to Zeus! many of whom with their families, I,

clist's exaggeration as! more injuriousthan Hindustan.I : The practical question i is not have remained during the whole lIell10n.Ui.en Acrci''
with tills Leper u'' jileaie dirc 1<> FI.OUIIHMmuon under inv hand and seal this
that of the philosopher for it simplified' llrr) the additional fact that it is [r.. H.] _lth day of February, 18xo.FREDERICK f .
Fernnndliia, Flu. seems! really too absurd! to insert English this tribe of Turcoman ngain: whiclr the DCNCOMIIK, M. 1), Of the most:
.. .- -. the list of desirable influences Medical Inspector and Chairman Board \lC
rains on : cultivating Russian: government is now preparing an ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRABLE::: :
WAR Oil PEACE Health. f
? particularly when some of the best expedition ; unless the strange transformation .i

The 6'itit and Pres* a few days ago announced and first: of Englishmen: : as Mr. Hughes, should occur of England: and Russia i UNITED; STATES CONSCUTE, 1 I.AMMIN' TilEiT.1'I'

,J its conclusion that "thl 'ltt'1o thing M. 0.! have protested: l vehemently against agreeing to unite against these energetic NASSAU, N. I', February 24, 18\?<0. }}
.,' for the whole :South:: is to nominate Grant. the customary adjournment of Parliament J to 'lighter: and, after victory, )parcelling/ out I, Thomas J, McLain, Jr., United States :- : OF ,

;'1:'. It will be the sign and symbol of peace: of attend the annual races: as a flagrant; en the territory among themselves! and their Consul, Nassau: N. 1'., hereby certify that At only $1.35: per acre to new settlers, with
the foregoing is the true and genuine signature .
goodwill of stability, of permanency, ofquiet couragement to grossly: immoral practices ; I tributary princes.lie the privilege of selection in parcels of 40
of Frederick Duncombe, M. I). ; that he
j', .," of order and of respect' of law and and as regards( the court England and an Muitke Disarmament, The opinion is the Medical( ectur and Chairman of acres or more. These )lands are located on

'J order" In iu issue of Wednesday, in giving elI'/lfctllitcrufrtrr, what is to be hoped for in of the man who. is regarded ,by many liS the the Board of Ileaithl of this city ; and that and adjacent to thllille of tlieATLANTIC

publicity to the startling propositions: that that direction; when the present heir to the 'first military strategist: and critic in Europe, I am fully satisfied: that the facts set forth in
1 the evidence multiplies that the of the preceding; statement arc true, and entitled OPI.AJ) WEST:; INDIA
mosses throne, or one like him, succeeds to the with regard to any prospect or hope of European : to full faith and l credit ,
: the people prefer Gen. Grant for President :i crown now worn by the revered! and beloved armies! being reduced III numbers Given under my hand und. Consular! TRANSIT CO.'t4 R. H"ext1t1ing ,

'' to any other candidate," and that the idea ) Lady of the Land ? during this generation, will be read with interest [I.. s.j] seal the date above written from KEHNAND1NA on the Atlantic
i','., )has taken hold of the public mind that the THOMAS J. McL.ux, Jr.,
lie in
says, replying' to Germans( who U. S. Consul. to CEDAR KEY, on thc Gulf ('oalt.
Democrats will resort to all sorts! of devices: FUVOALITY IX EUllOPE. had addressed him
with humble representations to the cheap, constant
The guests of the Royal Victoria Hotel, thus affording producer
to thwart the will usher people, (eoncrrn- The economy practised by many people
relating to the excessive growth and the best
twenty-eight in nIlJUbcr.prepm'lluI111) signeda and rapid transportation: to !
i fug which however "evidence" is : must marvelous
/ no given throughout Europe seem to of
cost that in truth
armies of
every man certificate the which also markets.
beyond the naked assertion), it concludes by our American population.' It is reported by denying report,
sensibility! must lament the heavy burdens bears the endorsement of Ills Excellency The belt of tra\'f'J1ol'IIIJy the Transit
special country
saying that there Is a feeling that if (Gen. careful statisticians\ that the :savings of the
imposed on (Germany by the support of its: William Robinson Governor of the R. R. embraces:
Ol'alltShou.l/ be nominated and clcurlyelcctlvl French l'peasantry since the war with Germany army, !but no change can be, expected until Bahamas.Certificated.

that he would take his: seat Thin fully equal the immcn sum taxed the day when with one accord, all the nations thc eilctaretrwardel EVERY:: VARIETY: OF SOILto
assurance is worth u good deal to thcountry. by Germany; and paid over by France on of : ha1ha'e\ to lalllC
Europe inscribed their from W. Kirkwood, M. I)., who states that be found in the :State: a large proportion
the of
score war expenses\ ; that is to say
that war, even when victorious, is: apublic ;
he ha hud of
an experience' thirtyfouryears the culture
being peculiarly adapted to
Now what docs and believe than thousand millions of
tho San Purl iu ire one our ; : "But "
calamity continued the !field-! in the West Indies from S. O. Johnson
: ; ti.Mi-TuopicAi.? IVfiTsand Early Vegetables: ,
about Grant. ? And what II"elIudl: an 1'11elltl \ .- : >mil nicy lutvebeen saved up' by frugal French1 umrslmaloutwrtiluutadcliratctouch
mm of irony, Co'rlll I for f Sweden and and
Norway The lludies
and' Lnnjemijmct/ nf
implied threat IlIl'all'Ld the 'yII'sIii 'v 1 and placed deposit to 1 II drawn
,\ ; : ", : on { the of
111 power tile Emperor u< unable to '
from : \ Consul, Ricardo tie .
t'Vanish EX'
Baya.Ais VAI'El'VL
oi' IIIalJlet ,..iiist wet The wonder i is lessened these hunts worthy
: Ke.ti.ilmoan paper.: >hc.oiumy titr a day.
prutliiee.ttrh a conviction in tl.l'l.uhlc; ; mindof > k ./.! i'. tin Darting; A- Co., and from AM1XATIUX by niaMifacturers: LVMBER
"X..Iwmlt Giun; bo.Ui.wnut when consider that such habts .
li : reply : \ Goi.& we : and '
Europe! ; we can attai.i to- it 11111b, ) B. !]. ( It .
i' suppuiters propose: is, in ,fact, that JI1..1..'.... of frugality I are inculcated established! means of butter. n nural and -I'f'li-ioll.i <_>,111.n ..... .. i. -. ni.A -- u ... h ____.. ANI) NAVAL! :b:: ru1GV.N1SETTi.II.

t t he-one of: the hl.lte-sllOuhl not ,b>. cry early in life, forming, according to recent cation of the people resulting (from---0----an historical A ostij\Axci: : : ....

r satisfied l with the decision of Congress, he educational reports, a part of French development' of several generations, r'1O'i :- I IJ THE; FIltK ORDINANCE. 1

) should count the votes himself\ ; admitting education in their primary schools. of which neither you nor I shall be the wit j lie it urd.l illJd. Tiutt t'?'1'1I1 and Purchasing land from this company are furnished

; such its he thought: entitled to admission: The children arc encouraged; to make deposits nesses." knir tho passage; oi this ordinance that with entire free jmsfage on the Transit i

a; and rejecting/ all others, and that if the result at a very early age, in a minature This makes owners of wooden/ buildings! within the tire Railroad for family and personal eilucts
answer some things plain- limits be permuted to repair their budilings
(: thus reached satisfied him he was elected, savings bank of which the teacher in each that the German parliament, it may be after with shingles and weather boarding provided to the station nearest the land purchased.:

Jj he should take possession of the White public or communal school has the charge, much grumbling, will vote the increase of that such repairs do not increase:, the TITLE COMPLETE; being deriv.-d! ) by

tl 1 House with an armed force, and 1 should set keeping an exact account with every depositor the required[ by the that risk of fire. grant from the United States:: and purchase'
army ;
ordinances of inanc.
, All or parts or 's" conflicting '
the majority in both Houses J ( of Congress at according to forma: and checks carefully workshops for the fubt'icutiunof implements' herewith are repealed. from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.

I defiance and begin the discharge of executive prescribed, und when the moneys deposited of war will be multiplied, and that this: iron Passed:: second reading :sth! January, 1990. ;; SOLICITED. ;

functions. There arc probably not many reach a certain moderate amount, a transferof aye is: expected to continue indefinitely. Approved and adopted February IS, ItfXO.

j of them who like to see the plan set down funds is made to n local institution: for Liberty in the French Jffjiublic. It is not a 0-30d.} President T.of KYDD Council., Descriptive MAPS and ciKcri.Ab* mniled on

! in this way in black and white beforehand: savings on a larger scale. The consent of pleasing fact to record today, after nine _. -- -- ---- --- --.- application. r

t but there is no denying the correctness: of the parent is required for( all young children or ten years of republic inism in France, it AX OKDIXAXCE C1IAS.:; W. LEWIS: :: n

this description of it. This is: what is: meant, before they can take part in this economic is still considered unsafe to allow the people REGULATING THE RATE OF PER- :Iwl l Commissioner. n

and the only thing) that ('111IJC meant, by institution, mid the sums once placed in the to hold public meetings unless: police agents lt 79. collected on City Tuxes Office cor. IliII'illlll''idt'llth'\ : Ms.

choosing for the school bank cannot be withdrawn except lui the year > .-ti .._ .... .. .. 1
: a military man Presidency: or other officials representing "authority"are lie it ordained by the Common Council of -- ----- ----- --

because: if elected (in his own opinion) "ho with the approval of parents or guardians. present! to note whatever may seem to the city of Fernandina II. fl.: Ho'i"l'ER1R.: : .

will see that he )gets the place." In plain The results of the system witnessed in France bear too sharply on the policy and acts of That of for the the purpose of defraying for the the expenses I6 f
: it revolution. It the and Belgium during the last fifteen to city government year
English means means twenty the government. Neither Republicans' nor 1871), the following appropriations are here 'ERNANDINA( FLORIDA.( .
introduction into the government of the years are represented as IIwinbeen/ very Monarchists are prepared to concede thc by made : l

practice of having each candidate pas on Ids: desirable with regard to the prudent and unrestricted, right of assembling: for public 1. The sum of$1,885 for unpaid sanitary I'P.\LEU INFine :'

own claims to the Presidency and then fight frugal use: of money inculcated, and in many discussion. Some shackles are taken offnow indebtedness.
2. The sum of 1,950 for salary of city Family Grovc'riew
in order to assert: : them. It means we have instances u capital has been accumulated of and then, but free debate in assemblies otllcers. .

reached u stage in our politics in which great help and benefit to the younon/ attain of the people really free, is not yet author 3. The HUIU of $700 for payment of city AND
skill and tho ing to their majority or entering active scavenger and other slnttaryJUr1'oolel.: .
strategic military courage are upon ized. There may exist in that land such liability .- '
4. The turn of$300 for rOUl and bridges. PROVISIONS.Customers .
best qualifications for our chief officer, as life.It to disorder und license as to demand 5. The sum! of $300 for cemetery pur
they were for the kings of the Huns, VM! should be added that but a very short checks and guards peculiar to that species of .

gents and Lombards." time, not more than ten minutes, is daily republicanism. One of the worst features is DOES The sum of $700 for incidental expenses *

Is it then a gospel of peace which the Sun given to the necessary accounts of these that among those who style themselves the 7. The and sum outstanding of $1.'ilJO indebtedness.for the bonded indebtedness can rely upon getting CHOICE: rlt

und Press would preach in advocating; Grant's School Savings!: Banks. most! advanced Republicans a certain set of and interest thereon. GOODS, as Y

nomination, as it professes: in tho extract A publication called the Dlctumnalre de Jacobins, who are tho noisiest advocates of Anv surplus collected and unappropriated

first quoted above 'or are its readers to understand Pedagogic Lutruction Primiire," devoted liberty, demand guarantees against their en shall be appropriated for bonded indebtedness.
: that the covert threat that Grunt to popular education has been issuing ut envies the Romish clericals, being afraid to Be: :: it further ordained, That for the payment FINEST BRANDS

will) "take his seat," if he hilll l'ICtull/ Paris!! since 1878 two numbers appearingevery allow them u fair field, for the reason, apparently of the aforesaid appropriations the

I (decide as the AtiltW says.. that he has been week. The work is not yet completed; that they know that those gentlemen sum of one and one half per cent be levied ___are kept in stock.________ ,
i. elected, I is the sum and substance: of the one of the early numbers contains a full and would hasten if permitted to use and enjoy and collected upon the assessed:: valuation of
taxable property of this:: city amt that for NTRKETV A BROTHER,
'. .( (Grunt. programme? Interesting explanation of the t'hoo18av- the unrestricted right of public assembly.Louis the purpose:: of payment of the aforesaid san

InP4!: Scheme as it is actually carried out in Blanc, in the Chamber of Deputies, itary loan, and the said bonded indebtedness, t.,
PROVINCIALISM, AM Kit IVAN OR French schools; we regret that this state constantly raises his eloquent l'e in advocacy fifty per cent. of the taxes BO levied on FEHXA\IHXA. }FLORIDA
aforesaid shall only be payable in
ENGLISH. ment is not at hand. The entire pub currencyof
now of liberty without limit und sustains the United States Government, or certilicates -
Mr. Henry James, Jr., American Novelist i cat km is intended' to furnish theoretical
Ids argument by citing the |political successes of indebtl'llnosllll-lued: on account of the MINrFUTURKKS: AND DKALEBH INStoveN
transplanted from this vast continent of guide and aid to all those who are in anyway of Anglo-Saxon race in England und said sanitary loan or past due coupons of

ours, and its broad vigorous life, to an I island engaged or interested in primary instruction. Let he the bonds of the city. '1
saidin M
in the United States.: us not,
Passed its first reading January 28th, 18SO, Ileatem and .
said iu ( Range,
which Napoleon was, truth an ap- The Xation, a weekly journal
a lute debate imitate the fool of whom and read by its title. '"
pendage of France; and for some time domiciled of high literary character published in New Macaulay wrote-the fool who was firmly Passed its third reading and adopted

on the island"-Great Britain in his York speaks of this dictionary as containing determined never to enter the water until he February 18th, 1880.\ T. KYDD, TIN MID SHEET IRON WARE, -I:

remarks upon American provincialism, has the best and most accurate account obtainable knew how to swim."-(u fool by the bye as Attest : President of Council. "M

contrived to exhibit); some striking peculiarities of New York schools.FORiIG.v! old as the days of ancient Greek freedom.) I':MIL O. FBIE.M, City Clerk 2G-30d ROOFING AKif GUTTERING.Just .
of the American cockney. By a singular -- ------ --
"It is I by walking that children learn) to ,
) fatality, being invited to write the life of KOTE& walk and by the practice of liberty people SEASON 1880. .

Hawthorne-one of the finest and most char learn to be free." On the other hand, Na- "TilE EG MONT received -a large consignment of
Land Tenure in Great Britain ami Ireland-
acteristic products of the American s.JiIIr. I
quet, Radical leader who I is now setting >'I.\.
One of the reforms insisted even by Flmx.\\IHX.\.1 Stoves. The "COOK'S JEWEL"
James is greatly troubled in the little book upon forth a new divorce project, differs from is appropriately h
which he has just published concerning thoughtful and moderate Liberals like John The Hotel of the South
Leading ,
Louis Blanc, as regards unrestricted rt) of named-it i is a jewel. We will not ((1"be
Home fearful deficiencies which he discovers! Bright requires decided changes in the land: discussion! ; and some of his Radical friends And the most! Elegant in all its appoint.

in our American surroundings. No royal laws, of old England though his proposalthat : tell him and the Republicans who ments. 1I1'att'l11.Jyiteum., Lighted by Gas, undersold.
the Government estates from the many Hut and Cold Baths, Oral Anuneiator Fireplace lly SECOND ST., OPPOSITE P. O.
family no court, no nobility, no great castles buy _
agree with him in this, that thaonly reason in every Room, &:c., Ac.: Practically "
no gothic country churches Ac., Sc.- great proprietors and sell them at less prices[ rt Fire-Proof. Fire Hose floor and
for their illiberal course! i their fear of the on every G. F. VERY,
and, finally, no Epvun, and no AI"ot.- and on long time to the present tenantry, special accommodations:: for Families and
______________ Parties.
from such Large :
, that is, no race courses attended by 3UOitOf), l.ome'Cry far satisfying agitators: ,
people a* Mr. Parnell who are really intent uH>n A RUMOR KEt'UTKU.A Reduced RateM

gfi Wanting all those things how can our mci I a sort of communistic 1 legislation, since they few weeks !since several passenger on For )parties remaining a week or longer.

" -" write iKioks? Wifhout such provocative demand that land be seized by authority of one of the steamers of Mallory's( Line on EGMONT COACHES at every Boat and !' AND BOARDING STABLES. f ,
and Hunting
und such materials of thought and cultur.', government, In pursuance of act of parliament arriving in Florida, put in circulation a rumor the Rowing Inlets; ,,Sailing-iUIU1t Fi-hing and on the Isles of LIVER

*. )he opines...that our literature must b-j barre... to bo passed and that u division: be that the yellow fever was! then prevailing the :'eu. Sportsman's: Paradise. FirstclassLivery. G.HHI.GF0 WAGONSTo '.

At present we do no more than to quou- nude among the people on the 1''lIt of at We heard of the rumor but Twenty-four miles:l of the Finest and from
a made Beaeli iu the World. Bowling: Alley, Shooting Sttamers and Trains.C0NTI1.tCT ,
mull of deeming it unworthy of credit, no
with regard to tho English mind an opinion, sums money. GalUrv, Billard Room, .\:C., connectedwith
neither American nor British that comen The facility and tia! .little expense! with mention! of it. The knowledge of iu existence the House. A. L. MELLEN: ::; FOR HAULING, ETC.:

from one of the recognized judges of litera- which lands change; ownership in the I'nited' having fl'ldil'lla..... u by the last 21-tf d_ __ ____ Proprietor.MRS. FOR BALE
;States have recently caused great surprise to steamer, the matter was promptly placed before :

ture.Forty years ago Victor Cousin was regarded English; visitors of intelligence, and on re- the Hoard Health at called meeting. ANNE ClAllKE, HORSES, BUGGIES: HARNESS,

r as the most famous philosopher and tha turning home they have spoken of it in The proceedings of the board given below IiIRI)) ST., BET. CEXTBE A ALACHUA CARTS AND WAGONS.

most brilliant critic in France; "senator also, public addresses, contracting; the ,American together with accompanying documents, If

} 'as: well as eminent man: of letters, and enjoying practice with the difficulties experienced in have been furnished to us through the courtesy nmXA IHX.\, FLA., f"TEIIMS CAS1I.-

u wide European: reputation In his Great Britain in alienating ay estate. The of Mr. A, L, Mellen( proprietor of the PEALEK ix THE ;S -0 h'e and Stable-'i..t. Street near I ::
lectures on the History of Philosophy he Beaconsfield .Ministry are endeavoring to Egmont Hotel, and we take pleasure in Broom Street Wharf. t'

poke with candor and thoroughness; of the appease this feeling of discontent by a measure making public such portions of the same as Choirewt Fruit and Vegetables, 49t'l. /

t English mind In the highest departments of introduced' February 24th into the our limited space permits : CONFECTIONERIES;' ETC.Dibs' A. H. NOTES,

, thought and investigation. as not wantingIn ; House of Lords by the Lord High Chancellor BAH IMA It>LANDK, NEW PKOVIDENCE.

fecuteness: and penetration, but inclined Calms who proposes to facilitate the The Board of Health having the been appealed condition Garden Swtl, Flowers, Farm and GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER
statement to
: narrow and provincial h Iu its operations sali-s: and leases of !adds and to simplify theconveyancing to for a as: sanitary Garden Implements. 7 tfW.
to be of the city of Nassau and island of New __ DliLER
t ', .- ; in truth said Cousin to his Parisian of landed property ; the introduction Providence, beg to state that the reports \VKNIOIIT IX

}, .- audience for hU )lectures attracted a greatassembly'of of bills having these objects in viewis which have been circulated \\'herc, as to K. FroriAlouM. Liquorv, Et*.
fever here havemrobablv AGENT
)(.' : is IMtular i to that extent, a ju.t and reasonable convision the prevalence" of yellow ,
t. haraeteristhariat originated from the circumstance WHOLES.MJ: AND KKTAILBUTCHER -
pertain to iiopular demand and necessity.fijhanltin .
and has of i a severe infantile fever having ol.'urretllua AND STOCK DEALER
to itlJ insular position ; and he goes on to .\ trace uutrt.-Coming down from sporadic form, commencing months ADDeuler \OEYT FOR B. F. AVERY & CO.'S Ptow*.

I" ." : account for the narrowness of English the north with a large force of Turcomans last, anti extending over children a few and causinga confined in lee. j ji
to native
... thought by referring to the local i cttvuin.stance at his back, the Afghan rrctl'u.ter.llliul mortality young of only :20 in thU island, out of TENNESSEE BKEF' A SPECIALTY. I i"
Uahnun, has ('rothe frontier and entered but this Caataa STRICT :
f.; that are peculiar to England, very a population of over 12.000: ; no WHIRP
t'\ finds in certain special Afghanistan, and as: Ids troops are of longer exists, and the health of the place U I
'. much as Mr.'James excellent at with total ab&fiice of lJ-t: ( FERNANDINA, FLA. 52 tf .FERNANDINA
., '1 circumstance*that which most create a mar- approved bravery, having recently defeated j present, FL.w .\, ,

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FLOKIDA The ordinance relating to taxes: of 1870, affords every facility near home for the JA'ISO% ",,ISLE --I THE FLORIDA-
Miuiioit. thorough education of) their daughters. !
passed its! first reading.
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--- } 18th 1880. mOWN IMPROVEMENT( : : COMPANY
SEMI-"W"EEXLY. Aproved February,, Some MoreOf AXD BRASS FOUNDRYAND

T. KYDD, those nice French Broadcloth and IRON
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1 : President of Council. Tweed Coats still on hand, and will be sold -
Attest : out much below cost, by
oct 18 M.[ DOWSKY. MACHINE SHOP. Fernaiulinu.
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: 3, 1880. Hotel Arrivals.EOMONT OH ,
.. =- -=.-- -.- -- .::' =- .:: = -- A speci meeting was held this evening HOTKL.: -J A Slaughter,, Waldo ; And Cedar Key.Oilers .
1 Uorliam, .Savannah F lw."lIrouckllIll r..r. wnl'I1PROPRIETOIt. l
for the of appointing Inspectors! of ;
We /have/ established/ a JhisinrM Office lit thelust wile[ X Y Ir) 'rCGuiingham, Mrs AUtllmg*
office, inter the charge!, of Mr. II'. F. II'ood, election for City Clerk and Treasurer (for the ham Boston; ; Dr Abuse and ways, Cnicmnatti ..- "

\\Jr., whn \rllreceire,! subscriptions; adiertitrment unexpired term of the f fiscal year 1879 tn ; John 1-2: I' lgl' unll wile, AUiany, N V ;
and other favors fur the MIRROR, and who ai-/ April 1st! 18SO), ordered by His Honor the A L lira ,.erlortl, U 11 liatoV, Jl Bent, to Lessees and Purchaser: a large i
[withat the jtnjter on Mlt. STEAM( ENGINES: : Sl'GAR; MILLS AND
.. Mayor by order of the Council Present!' T Jacksonville; Henry B Tompkins, Savannah ALL KINDS;\ OF MILL MACHINERY number of the most eligible and desirable
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; E S Marxli, Mrs: l Marsh, Bramioii,
I l"ost-oDlcc lot('('. Kydd, President, Councilmen Winch, Francis Vt; Mr' 1' *' U'harton, Miss s !"' Wnartoii, : lWII'I' on I1:1'AllED.Finsi' :: { Lots, !suitable for Business: Purposes: or forCity
1jl,1I'toIlI\lIl1, Ireland N Y Thus C Baselicr
Angel. John ; ails Suburban Residences I
= Office Jaltfs-I'rom 8:00: A. M. to j:11: 51.nicy Orders! antI Registered Letters from and' wife!, WCCtuly, New London, Conn ; -CLISS:: WORKMANSHIPAND I
[8:0: <> A. M to 1:00: 1'. M. ; tmd from :2.00( I'. M. for, New! Town Precinct, R. H. Ho- Mr and Mrs: Ogden, N Y; Mrs' : il W Smytiic, S UPON I'HTl: lmS. .
[to 3:30::: r. M. Sundays front 10:30:: to HiO::: .\. birk, Richunt\ Smith and Port King, 1\1111 at l'aul1r; ullli.\11':411.: ) ll Wilson, X 1; Mi SnuiT l'ua-ruALtTV I ISTIIK RULE.:

|M. and :3'M::: to 4:30:: 1': M. : for clerk of election J. W. Stark For Old and Mrs R J :Sherman, BuiUlo ; Mrs\ : M\ jAleCreery Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

ARRIVAL AND 1)EP.\RTUvK: OF TILE" Ml ILK.f !. Town precinct, Romeo: ]Denegal) Jasper: La Lewis Miss\and J McCreery\ Portland, :St: minis; Ueo lieuC1Srutvn 1 ind Orders. prompt from/attention.a distance will\\ receive careful parties! engaged in manufacturing or industrial -
wile daughter, .Me! ;
f ilfnthrrn Mail-A ri[ins daily at 10.30: A. M. tham and{ Roman Crib) for ('Il'rkIf election -
.. ( Macon ll F Dutton tllld'Ill' .
J. who will the
I' ; enterprises; erect on property
Pluses 3.00 .
T. A. Acosta.A CLow, Boston ; 1) King, Jr, W i> King, !" K )
$Southern 'fllii-Arri 3:30: p. M,.
Closes '" 10:00: A. M\ motion? was carried that the! pay l for; inspectors Russ, Jr, :X Y ; J B Kuiiiy, PhiUutelpma; j dec7-tf Jacks,oll\'lIIl" Flit. purchased substantial\ : improvementsfor
U Mchuls, :8 C; Jno l..llIgli: St. Mam's and Trader's tllll lhtil-- :and clerk of election !shall be two ----------- ---- or
W W Linilcld.\ Holbrook, Moss ; )F; E; Hate,
f Arrive Tuesdays and Fridays! at :2:30 r. M\ WILLIAM ,,'
: dollars in F. 0111), Jr., business.
per day dtl'I'il'' Miss:Mary\ Bates, Wellington, Kan ; J L I Ile.- !
loses! Monday Thursdays ntftOOA.' : ) ) M.\,
St M'tru's, (i ami carried. ny, X Y ; 11T 1 Dunn, W T Jones, Hrun-nviek, EXT.RAL: : XKWSDEALER": ,
: Mondays' : ( Thursdays: atM:I)( \. M.Tuesdays \ pi
.. Georgia ; W 11 McCreery\ St l ouis.Ittascnger : : by exemption\ for a term of years! from
and Fridalit 2:30:: ) p. M. council
Xo further business' : appearing' ,
.. Wcdn'.sd.iysandSat'dayant'.M.iO, M. then adjourned. T. I KYDP, LIst. BOOKSELLER) : :' STATIONER: taxation: offered by the several cities! and
[Closes Tuesdays!'' Wednesdays" ,
I"ritlaIIl1tl atllrtlalit :2:30: p. M\,. President of Council. :Steamship::; HYtT/ Texas, from Nassau, X. oalcr In ."ntac'r..t'I.. ...., towns. Apply to '

:SAM'L:; T. I RIDDELL: ) ) P. M. AttcM : I', to ew.ol'k, via; Fernandina, Feb. dith.MrP ;.rt-Onlce car/ Bench t: 7th !Itl! ,, Fcrnnndlnn.; I
(Ciu' !<. AXGF.I., Acting Clerk.FERNANDINI F Wharton, Miss SF Wlmrton, Mr U CENTRK: STREET" )FERNANDINA[: )FLA. 10-tf

L fi __ F Lewis wife aunt mild, \Vw-ttieiiner I/ t and _- -.- ----_ ___
0 C .\ L K F I, K C T10 N :S. 1
maid Miss A lieu .Mason Miss\ M\ Mason
February 18,1SM0.Regular : ,
.. .. .. O. S. OAKEN
t--. -- ] meeting council : Present, T. iMr Isaac U Ogden curl wile, Mr ]D) 11 Wilson. Shelf! Papers, Picture Frames, Brackets, ,
Ora readers will lie glad to learn:\ that from and wile, MrX. \\Vstlieimer, Mr John lie- Ijiimns/ Croquet' Sets, Hand. Glasses, Combs. ,
[last accounts (Captain Sanhorn's) condition Kydd, President! '\ of council, Councilmen land, Air (Judy, Mrs\ : J V Mi-iuuu Miss K Brushe-s\ etc. Paiieteries\ I'I'ut'nril'ty.. .

.... [was illlprm'ing- Winch, Middleton, Brown 11111lIgd. BerUUian: Mr M K duly and wue, Dr Xeil- Also Si-wing Machine Needles, f Oil, "t.... ,
Minutes[ of last< meeting read and' ap 1'011Ir, 11 U 'lckt'I'arJ HCiaik.Mr Dun 1i I IBaer (Clipper Inkstands, 75;) cents.. .
i ., Mrs U A Goodmio, .11'111 H Lowe, -- -- --
s THK: new steamer Florida was in port yes!' ,proved. Mr J T Jacobs: and child, Mr 11 M KoynoUli 1:>1, A.iii: A KIIM: ),
terday. She was visited by a fare/ number The ordinance relating to the collection ol Mrs ET Marsh, Mr J Jt ttucuiiaii and wile, iLi .Y 1 .1 r.1Gopy'rl'

[of people curious to examine her oft-men- taxes for the year 1871)), passed its third! Mr M Lewis ami\ two daughters, Mr\ \Vliatchclor > AKERS AND CONl'ECTIONERS: ) UXDERTAKER: :

.- tinned/ peculiarities of build and appearance. reading, and was adopted.. \II'1i Smytlie!, Mr vi; Marsh, Mr J ,
T O B.ipnor marl l wale, Mis.s 1'ownseiut' ]Dr) riioiriiiiroccricN
[She is: a sort of cross between u \.e tern river I'l'titiollIf the Sifters t of St. Joseph:; was To\\'iiociul: Mr J B Brown/ Mr J F ()'umimshiim \ FERXAXDIXA: FLA. ,

[steamboat of the finest class, aiid a lirst- taken up from the table on motion. It was! ) City ry'DnNttst'ront Xew: York Cigars: and Tobaccos, hand

Class, sea-going/ Atlantic coast steamer: com- moved and carried. that tlK" petition he tn Nassau, N. 1'., lilt I'eruaiuhna" I'eb. iHli.Dr. Constantly on \

[billing the excellencies, comforts, conveniences gr lIltc(1. J It Alliiirv, J I C ..l'lIll1oth :I M C Tin- TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. METALLIC II U RI A L CASES; \
both and is The election for Clerk and Treasurer hot, I11 Fulleiion/ G 11, W T -
and other good points of ; was
Weddings\ Entertainments: and Picnics
Bent,C, 1,01111'1OIIl'l'IlJIII; : Dr B L Kaylis, Miss: I I I
destined: to be one of the most popular vcsin then taken up, the votes counted amounting J M tJ.lyhi11:<::1 Mary 1: Fern, Mrs 11 u furnished the shortest' !" notice\ at rock-bot WOOD COFFINS, It

--- vote, he was therefore declared! elected. It Miss K (Green, Thos Wright; J 1VVil.e) I
WE direct special attention/ to the i somewhat was then lIIo\'call\lIdl'lcCOllllell that t the Clerk Mr and' Mrs: 11 M Lowry, ,*irs" A iiliingham, Centre t Street, Undertaker Goods,
23 nl/ll'. O. Ihllhlin .
remarkable which the first 1' C Gillin ;nam, Joan I'loterse, A'"ll'e'Oi'' >- Opp.. .. .. ..
[ poem graces -- -- -- - ----
and Treasurer be which Wldmll'.
qualified, ket, Mrs:>1 Charlotte" Brown and :2! children,
Ma-tonic and other Emblems Shrouds
I page of this: issue.! It was written several The bond of Emil O. Friend' Clerk and Mr and Mrs Paul !Bock, Mr and Mrs\ : Otto roinIIKOTIIIIICN: : and '

y (months!" ago for the Florid"JllliYfllllt, (then I Treasurer, was!! read and accepted.The NVeiss: and ;3 i children, Mr and Mrs Ludwig I ; Robes.EMBALMING.

[published at Tallahassee,) by Miss[j Carrie K.I :. I amendment' to Fire Ordinance. passedits BuchoU. Mr and Mrs Herman Klein, F i> POPULAR, : DOXE.
i I Abbe, daughter of C. K.: Abbe, Esq., of SaraSota r'likms, Arthur Wukelictd, Mrs: Henry :Shel'wuo.llllill -
third and I
!! reading was adopted.On ,, I two children. J
Bodies exhumed for removal.
[ Fla., who i is well known prominent/ motion, His Honor, the Mayor I was requested ------ .. -- DRY GOODS; ) ): :STORK, anteed. Safety guar

I and public-spirited citizen of that portion of to call meeting of the Board of MAK1XE.Itrt FURXERALS attended to. I}

the State. He has, perhaps, done as JUUl'lllif as, Health and Sanitary Committee and City : 41 AND 13 n\STREET/ ': Orders/ by mail or telegraph! will receive I.'

!, not more than one man to of Fernandina. prompt attention.
any cncotirage
Physician, for consultation on Monday' JitrkNoiivllle Florida.OllDERS .
Remember that I
mUll WATER. ; am opposed! to high
immigration to Florida, in making systematic 23d. !
and valuable collections of Florida February Sunday Feb. ISHh!) .........10:18: A. M 10:43: r. M. prices. 1 t
: On motion it was ordered that the Ordinance Monday, March 1st........11.03, ".. 11.32 OFFICE. : IN SANBORN t HOYT'B OLD STORE,
t products, etc., and, at his! own expense, ox- t SECOND STREET.INDUSTRIAL .
Committee prepare an ordinance re- Tuesday, d..ll.rl6" ....... I'IWll'TI.Y ATTENDED) TO. Jan .
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hibiting: them at the various agricultural ..
quiring the police to wear uniform. ENTERED. '-- --- -- ------

fairs in the northern and eastern states. He Bill of Chas. Angel Feb. 23d Schr. Junta ,.T-iT- THY -i MACHINE: I II
... services as! acting city W. Brown, Patterson I
e) possesses! sc'rnl'a uable medals awarded to clerk, amounting to $83.32, was referred to Beuutort, t S. C.Feb. WORKS.

him at those!! fairs upon his exhibits. Finance Committee.On :lad, :Str. at. Johns., Vogel, Charleston.Feb. .
The whose :IMth, 8. S. City! of Dalla, Risk, New A.W.. 'LOHMAXX's"FAMOUS TTJ1 R. POXD, PROPRIETOR.
lady to genius we are
young motion the bill of II. II. Hobirk. R. York.: ,

indebted for the poem, will become, we hope, Smith, Port King, as!' inspectors, and J. "'. Feb. :20th, S.S. Western Tans, Hi i lies!" S IL -

a regular contributor to our columls.Geue'alliood's / Stark, clerk of election, for $2 each, and C.W. sau. -
CLEARED. Shop situated :3 minutes' walk west of Depot,
I Maxwell, 50 cents> for swearing in Inspectors -rl'IUrNI Flour.ONLY .
Feb. 23d, Schr. Situ C. Evans, Sylvester! ,
of election were ordered paid. New York. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. ,
r We are glad to learn that General Beaure- .

gard appointed Mr. (L X. Saussy, agent Council then adjourned. Feb. 23d: Str. St. Johns! Vogel, Charleston. .
T. KYDD, 25tn, t S. S. City of DaU-u, Risk, Jack
.:, for Gelll'rallIoOll'I!! nll1'e and Retreat," President of Council. sonville. FIVE: CENTS PER POUXD. MANfr.vrrt'RKu: or l

for Fernandina. The funds! realized from Attest : Feb. :a th, &-h. II'. /;. Morse, ])e\'ert'u\lx,

the sale of the book are to accumulate a EMIL O. FRIEND City Clerk. New York. IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,

i sum. for the children of the gallant sire who Feb 2Uth, S.S. Western Texas Mines N. Y. (G-tf; AT OLD P. O. BUILDIXO-
-- -- Chart mos FRONTS AND FENCES
Feb. 27th, Str. St. Johns, Vogel, CIItUII. .. .. .. ,
when --- -- -
committed his little
dying, helpless Notes from the State Fair.A THE steamer
arrived from
City of llridgelon
:, ones to' the soldiers, of the :South." We large number of persons! went from Savannah Wednesday morning with J 1'JU H. RITZEWOLLER For Dwellings; and Cemeteries, latest designs.I .

hope Mr. Saussy!! will secure in Fernandinua here on Monday and Tuesday to the Fair through passenger, and 3 cur loads: assorted: also have the largest assortment of

a large subscription! list.:. "We shall shortly The Jefferson! Rifles captured the first! freight for the A., U. & W. I. T. R. R. Co. :, FLA. : PATTERNS in the State, MACHINKIIY and-

gi'olhr l'f review of the work. premium fur company drill. THE steamer David Clark arrived /same t JACKSONVILLE can fill most any order without parties pay'

--- ---- The Union calls our splendid military day with a good freight and a fair passenger ing for the extra etpcnsc!> of patterns. .
1' r8olU" company, the Light Infantry, the "Fernan list. She towed a large fiat from Savannah My Machine Shop U furnished with the

We had, the pleasure, on Thursday, of a dina Guards." for the dredge boat Jfercules. Black Silk, (Uf) c., warranted all silk, latest improved tools, which enables my
'f The THE new steamer //. li. 1'Uint touched workmen to turn out work with the greatest
;, brief call from Hon. Henry B. Tompkina.of the Military following Review companies on Wednesday l participated Gainesville in here on the same day on her way to Jack The best 11.00() silk in the U. S. despatch' and at the lowest cash ,rice.
Savannah, who was on his way to Jackson : sonville. Agent for the WATERTOWN STEAM
Guards, 18 men ; Fernandina Light !Summer::! / Silks at 11) c., (j JO( c. ; best! 70 ct: ENGINE: ( : CO. and furnish their ENGINES :
vUle.I can '
Infantry, 18 men ; Madison Guards, 18 men ; THE Steamer Florida arrives! on the same ,

,I Judge Tompkins, although quite a young Jefferson Rifles, 18 men/ and the Jacksonville day merchandise., with; () passengers! and live packages of Matting I at 14 c. ; fancy ut 25 c. very shortest, BOILERS not lee.JUDSON'S ami. SAW-MlLLHat the

man, has already acquired, at the bar and, on Light Artillery. Also CELEBRATEIISTEAM:
.1\ Jno. S. of the Gainesville THE steamert Kt. Johns due here 500 Blue Flannel Suit at $a to $12. GOVERNORS
Sergeant, Twomey same day
,j/ the bench, an en viable reputation as abound GO : and KXOWLES': STEAM:
\1 l' lawyer, an able judge and u brilliant writeron Guards, won the prize for individualdrill. it did not touch, but proceeded to Jacksonville Money refunded! I.!if not I satisfactory [21-tf PUMI'M kept constantly on hand, and soldat !
supposed to save the tide over the St. __ Man u fact u rent' prices, freight added. I
legal topics. When we first knew himat The Governor's; Guards. after considerable John's bar METROPOLITAN DINING For further information, Price lists, Cata

the Memphis, Tenn., bar, he gave ample preparation, were prevented, by the illnessof .- -- -- -- - -- logue, etc., address: F. U. POND. 1

promise: of the signal success he has! since Captain Lewis and other causes from attending O. H. OAKEN: It 00MS, -1'. _0.-. Box 1> at),">. Jacksonville, Fla.I i

achieved in his[ profession. He has resigned usa company.
(Opposite the Post Office,)
The exhibits of and Florida ,
his position as judge of the circuit court oft oranges curiosities CONTRACTOR
walking sticks and vegetables, are T) H. HODIRK, PROPKIETOR. #
Chatham county, and is again engaged; in said by those we have conversed with to be .u:'ll'Ul'J'l'ltF.'tlOULDlXGH HARDWARE,

the practice' of the law. very full.Sonie .
l: fine fruits and
vegetables were
exhibited -
I ,' Council lroceedlngs from TURNED BALUSTERS, XEWEI.S, BOARD HEAIO -8LE. No pains spared to
Hillbborough; county. STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVE.HTROUGHH I'uIntM, and Lubricating Oil.
}'ER .\NIIlNA, Jan. 28, 18.HO.' The races have been very fine. SHEATHING: suit, customers... 17-Jrn:
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I' Council nut at the regular place and I hour. Mr. A. I. Indwell's exhibit of trees, shrubs WEATHERBOARDIXG Ill;!) C SAFETY OIL A SPECIALTY.:

: Present, T. Kydd, President, Councilmen ; and plants was much admired. I AND FLOOR UNDER: NEW MANAGEMENT.

kr Winch, Brown Middleton and Angel. The Albany, Ga., Cornet Band is winning ING. Spencer I
Make house
golden opinions on its music.
> A motion was made to refer the Garbage Stair and Church WorkA I SPECIAL! ACIENTU FOB
ft. The Indians did not come. "Me no want Sr. MARY'V, (JIWRlU.J. .\.
matter to Street Committee, and they to meat white .
see man, was Chipco'a reply to Bill SPECIALTY. -
next meeting.A Kendrick'a polite invitation to attend the MARVIN'S SAFES,
\\'. THOMPSON of the Ktarsurge House
motion carried. to instruct the Mary Fair. DOORS AXD WIXDOW ,
White Mountain( I'rorrietir.Transient MARVIN'S _\ ..\ fOXy'UI'ffl: ,
hal! to give a correct statement of all delinquent The Jacksonville Rifle Team captured all OF ALL S'Z.' .::.J. rates, $:l..JlI jx-r day. Liberal (Price $!ILII.)
tax payers, their names and! amounts. the prizes in the shooting contest on yes Post! Office Box 174. terms made to those desiring board. bv the

Cemetery Committee aked 1 for furthertime terday.The glass ball shooting was fine, the prize _J jan4 __ _...!Fernandina_Fla._ week.--- .. --- hlt--t tf WOODKX: JACKET: SHIPPJXO CAN.

which was granted. being won by Frenchy Johnson. "O HIKF HOl'ME, JAMES MrOIFFIN, HroJ\ -

On motion the Wharf Committee was instructed The proceedings of the Florida Press' Aaixiciation SVALtEr .
' [ to ascertain, the expense to secure the Florida Fruit Growers' Association BY }BUFFIXGTOX, CONTRACTOR\ ASH IJl'ILJHU: ring

[wreck of schooner T. L. Knight. and the Florida! Agricultural and TIn Roofing and by skilled
T Bill of Emanuel Haddock for removing next.3Il'Chanical.\8OCiation will be given in our COBXEB: or PINS:' : ASD FoBflrrn STREET*, Alachna Street, between Second and. Third workmen, at low ratcb.

plead hog, ordered paid, amount 50 cents. __ ___ u___ Jaekftonvlllr, Fla. FERNANDINA, FLA. fJ Wm BAY PTIIECT, r

Bill of Levy Young, for making coffin Bargains Bargains! In the City Order and estimate from a distance carefully

[for poor child, allowed and ordered paid, Mart. TERMS $1.50 ASH 32.0O PER DAY, attended: .to. ._ __._ 25-tf' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

[amount $2. Grand clearing out sale for the next thirty According to Location of Room Sign of the Golden Stove. fcwf
"'JI. II. C. DURYEE: .
days. All the entire : ..
goods now on hand .
Bill of A., G. &. W. I. T. R. R. for j-assage at -

[of pauper allowed and ordered paid. an from immense businexH.sacrifice, on account 31. DOWSKY.of retiring THUS WELL-KXOWX HOUSE IS CEN- G ENERAL: { COMMISSION:; MERCHANT, FOIl RENT.

\ \ Bill of Jamey Me Duffy, for hauling garbage Feb. ao. located, and having been renovated SEVERAL: NICK ROOM) FOR RENT:
throughout will be u fin.tclavilOUjSe. CE.STRE PT. R. R. Dti-or
kept a > srtR : CITY MART of Cm-
I [ on the btreeU up to January 8th, IMO, /t-a..a"-ColleoeHe..opl"ned The Iroprietrewi, having hail l exI tre and Third Streets. comer

[ordered paid, amount 1650. I>enence bath North and South, will spare FERNAXDINA: FLA. Also the second story above Messrs. Fydvll

Amendment to fire ordinance fined! its received at Monday October 20th. Pupil[ no pains for the comfort of hr patron, in t &: JIm, corner A-h and ThinLStreet, ,.
I any time and! at the usual rates. making the house home-like .* any in the Hay, Corn, Oats M. DOWNEY.
[ttcond reading. To the citizen! of FJori'U this Institution .
dt? 93-U I t.t( I 32-tf In, the. City Man,

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t. JACKBONVILLF., FLA., Oct. 5, 18i9. .
On and after this date Trains on this Road KIDNEY
215 Pearl St., New York. RAILROAD, will run M follows : .LIVER AND


.,, t "." :I.4 ( Waldo ANDCUMBEItLAND Branch,) Leave Jacksonville........,..,.......... 5:30:: r. :01.1 I ('UBEBr.IV1lt

ROUTE l.cavc'hite House.................... l\IANtrACnaltRi: or I Leave Baldwin............................ 7O: ) I'. M. ( ; COMPLAINT, KIDNEY DISKASE:,

.: 1 In Effect February lit, 1SSO. Leave Darby villc.......................... 7:23 1'. N.Leave FEMALE WEAKNESS, NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA.SIDEACIIE : .
r !SandciMon: .......................... 8:07: p. M. Dfopn-e ...
", GOING SOUTH I.eavc Olustce............................. 8:43: 1'. M.LcavaMt. BILIOUS COMPLAINTS, and any .

: TCORRESTER'N Carrie......................... 9.03P.M.: :: arising from )Disorder of the Stomach or Blood.
Leave 2.15 r. M. Arrive Lake City......................... 9:30:: r. M.
Leave Macon[ 7.43 r. M. Leave: Live Oak........................... 2:15: A. M. -Price One Dollar. Sent by moil on receipt of price. Liberal discount to
Leave Brunswick, (3.15 A. M. Arrive Tallahassee...................... 7:00: A. M.
Arrive Fernandina, Fla..10.15 A. M. Arrive ......... ... .... Dealers" .
Albany ......... ... 10:45: A. M. ; A HIM, Agents, ,
: IlfCiHES
'. ORANGE TREE MANURE Leave Fernandina. A. M. Arrive Savannah......................... 9:00:( ( A. M. O.
Arrive- Baldwin Flu. 1.23 P. M. Leave Savannah .......................... 4:30: r. M. No. 1 We-t Bay Street, corner Ocean,

Leave Baldwin firJACkalllVille.
,:;t' Arrive. Jacksonville. (Cum. Route).. 2.3.p. M. Leave Tallahassee!! ....................". 5:45: 1'. )I.
--- ---- -- --- Leave Live Oak.......................... 2:15: A. M.
; ''" (Under Formula of Gco. 1). Forrester.) Leave Baldwin for CedarlCeyTr..... 1.50 r. M. Leave Lake City .......................... 3:50: A. )I.
Arrive Waldo Junction. R. R .. 4.11 .
., Leave .( ) 4.20 r M. Leave Mt. Came........................... 4:18 A.M. ARLINGTON NURSERIES.CAI .
p. M. Leave Olustee! .............................. 4:40: A. :M.
,i .j Arrive Gainesville! 5.17 P. M. Leave Sanderson. .......................... 5:20::! A. M.
I Leave Gainesville....................... 5.29P.M.
', Pronounced. by Orange Growers. the very I-cavcDarbyville.......................... 5:55' : A. M. --
Arrive Cedar ....................... 9.30P.M.
.;. Key Leave Baldwin\ ............................. 0:40: A. M.
Trains to Jacksonville and North of Baldwin
Leave'hile House.................... 7:03: ; ,\. M. I mill SEMI-TROPICAL. FRUIT TRIES ROSES DECIDV4)I -

r. doily. Arrive Jacksc! nville..................... 7:50: A. M.
.. 11 Zlutlm'r!+ fur ho Orange Tree Leave Codar'Key.GOING..NORTH. 4.15A.M. On Mail and Express( Train :Sleeping; Cai :Sau.l EVERGREEN SIIRUKS and 1.'I.'I lnX{: M.AXTS.'nvAsn .

.... Arrive J.vlnesville. 8.41A.M. run through to and from Jacksonville rn<

Leave Gainesville....................... 8.50A.M.: Savanmh: ; also, Lucas Sleeping 'ars r in .--
Arrive Waldo; (P. R. R. J nile.). 9.48 A. M. through to and from Jacksonville and Tal
Leave 9.55 > M. lahassee.FERNANDINA. ('IlMC1'ARIETIE.S( :;; Hn
Arrive Baldwin............... ........12.17 f EXPRESS= (DULY.I .)

Jacksonville (Cum.-Route)..11.15 A.- M. Leave Jacksonville......................11:15: A. M. -- '

Arrive Baldwin./:.12.3": ") P. M. Arrive Baldwin........................ 12:30: : M.
'. rosuusi'jr.-s: COMPLETE: MA.XITRES Arrive Fcrnandina....................... .:40: ) r. M. -1."t" : for Desrriiitive' Catalogue.
: : ::.77:::::.7.77.T7:: :: : 1'. v/iix.:
Lave Baldwin >
.. 12.40 et AMiritT i. im
]save Fcrntiiidina.............?...... lO'oO( :( A. ]M.
\: Arrive .Fcrnardina...................... 3.40: r. M. Leave Baldwin............................ )1:20: p. M. : FLA.SANBORN .
Leave Fcrnandina....................... 3.45 p. )M. 1 tf JACKSONVILLE,
Arrive Jacksonville ..................... :2:33!: 1'. M.Pjissengers ,
Leave Brunswick....................... h.OO p. M. -- -- -- -
L -aye Macon.,.. 8.40A.M. :' for Fcrnaudina and Cedar Key
take this train. No train from Baldwin to .
A. rive Atlanta Ga. 1.13 p. M.
Evr.iiv rAP.r fuor & HOYT
:1Fon : : ,
Cellar .
Key on
; Trains to Cedar Key and South of Bald ,
; "..1 daily except Sumiday.I'ENINSULAIL .-At Baldwin with A., G. lI tW. 'ro-"
f'Pr'pn"c.1 RAILROAD, I I. T. R. 11., for Cedar Kjy, Gainesville! \ SECOND STREET, NEAR CENTiU-!
and Fcrnandina, and all points North and
1 ofr silcntillo; :: ( .lulu! ( Waldo Branch.)
principle op. West ; at Lake City for Tallalmsace: Albany, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GOING 80UTH. Savannah and all North and West
.' ft large: yield acre. points ;
pcr Lave Waldo Junction................. G.oO A. M. at Jacksonville with St.:\ Johns (River Steamers GROCII5 S II I.- C11ASILERS ,

Djave Hawthorne. 7.40 A, M. j. MCELROY: [ .

", Arrive Lochloosa........................ 8.10 A. M. W. M. DAVIDSON, Muster Transp'n. AND DEALCIU IN
I < GOING NORTH. Sup(riiitcndeiit.
------ ---.- ----------.- HAY CORN M.lli: V<'. I
Lea o Lochloosa.10.00A.M. \ I | I I OATS, | BRICK, | I I I & :
Leave Hawthorne. A. N. MAI.I.ORY'S
, ::1Jrt. J i. > J Arrive Waldo Junction.............12.15: t'. M.: --- .
I PRIME AGRICULTURAL (,1I1:'flCAT..r;. Trains from Waldo to Lochloosa and return STEAMSHIP LINE. .


ATLANTA. Only Direct Live to New York. -_.

.' Close connection is made at Atlanta. Ga.,
1 1 NITRATE'SODA) Winter Season 187O and 18SO. CIIARiSTGX. SAVAXXAII
to and from all points North, lotionVest: t and
I Northwest daily AND: FLORIDASTIAM : I
. t 4
With Trains for Eufuula, Columbus, Ga., STE.\nBO.\TCOII-" '. .YyiNTKU; :M'lir.Dfl.K.,( : ) : I I
Mobile and New Orleans. INLAND
SULPHATE: OK 1'01':011.1'ITHATi' : Montgomery, e

;:: 01"' .POTASH.MURIATE With New York and Fernandina' Steamship Taking Effect Tuesday, December Jj, 1879. ST. .IO1IXS.
Line from New York on Wednesday! at WI TERN TEXAS:
10.30 a. in., and for New York on Friday, at
..OF POTASH, 3.40 p. in.; from Nassau, N. P., on Wednesday CITY OF AUSTIN, \ No SEASICKNESS: No OCEAN DANGERSTHE "

; for Nassau,'N. P., on Wednesday.With ,.." 1
' :SULPIIATK: MAGNESIA.SULPIIATK( : : Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat CITY OF DALLAS. \\
Co.from Savannah on Tuesday Wednesday -

: OF SODA Friday and Sunday; for Savannah on STEAMER( OF THIS LINE WILL & zr..3w-
Tuesday, Friday and Sunday A leave 1.'EIlNANIIINlt: \ THURSDAY .1
With, Charleston! Steamers (St. Johns and for NEW YORK ; and from NEW YORK, I CAIT. LEO VOGEL, J.

Strictly Pnr, Ground ISoiio. City l\tint) from Savannah and Charleston! Pier :20.1 East River, EVERY FRIDAY for .. .... I Ic' "'i1lIl'\\'e Fernandina for Jacksonville, Pa '. I
and Sunday; for Savannah and Florida at 3 p. in. latka and intermediate landings St. Johns ,
Charleston; Monday anti Friday. River and Savannah and Charleston follows
This Line having no transfers:' to make STKAMKKS"CITY as
: With Steamer flora daily to and from St. between Jacksonville\ and New York often OF 1JRIDGETON," :
i Our circular: give full particulars! and are Mary's, Ga., and semi-weekly! to and from the best and cheapest transportation' to FlorIda Capt. JOHN FITZUEKALD, From Fcrnandina for Jacksonville: and!
mailed free tn 1I11ILJll'lil'lmt4.! They \\'tllln- St. Mary's( River Landings. shippers.:' PalatkaVrlncrdny, Fehruary.1.
terest if are 11It'rl.t'cl.! I .in Agriculture in hanll- "DAVID CLARK. Ii 11.
you you AT BALDWIN FLA., Oranges will receive special care .,
Captain ,
Culture. 1. (\\m IS.
nr Orange
With Trains for Live Oak Tallahassee,and ling. "
After having undergone extensive repairs" 25.
('tL.1) AND ul1l'oluti'lln Middle( and West Florida.AT PASSENGER; ACCOMMODATIONS\ ARK From Fernandina fur Savannah !
VILLK.: I'IN4.: \ are now in }<'IHST-CLARS ORDER in every and Charleston

JACKSON. MOBILE: : RAILROAD.. LOCHLOOSA,\., FIRSTCLASS.The department, and will perform the Monday[ February 2, 2 p. M. f.

MASTIR'1'R1NlflRTATtnOFFdi' : :. i iTAtLAKWKF With Steamer ... for all points and traveling public are offered the advantages : Friday! fit; 4... M.9A.M..
", FLA., I'Yfiru.iry :3, 1**<0.J) landings on Orange Iaake, on arrival of Peninsular of a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT ONLY INSIDE Monday[ I 9, .
I Railroad Train. ANY CHANGES.: Connections made at between Savannah: and }Florida connectingat Friday, 13, 12 M.
1 On and after Monday, "FeJ rnar>' 2, HSO, Jacksonville with all steamboats for all Savannah with the first-class Steamships! :Monday, 10, 2 P. si.t .
1 passenger trains* of thl. road, will l'UIII\i follows AT GAINESVILLE:, FLA., points on the St. John's Ocklawaha and of thO.Ol'l'11Itcnmlhip Co. for New York Friday 20, 5 I'. si.aj J

I ; via: With Stag Line\ for Ocala and Tampa onMonday Indian Rivers and with the Transit Railroad also with Philadelphia, Baltimore and H/O-I'! Monday, :!; 8 A. si.27,11A.M..
I PASSENQKU: TRAIN-EAST: HOUND. Wednesday and Saturday; from at Fernandina for all railroad stationsin ton Steamers. Friday :! .

Leave Chattahoochee..duily 2 00 i>. M. Ocala and Tampa! Tuesday; Friday_and Sunday Florida. OOINU POUTII. Monday, March 1. 12:30: r. M. .

Leave Quincy................... 3 22 i'. M. David Clark I I 'lose connection made with teamen!> fur :
Leave Tallahassee.. 0;iOOr. N. AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., FREIGHT: AND PASSENGER RATES Leave Savannah..Monday Aftcrnoon.Tliurs-! I Mellonville and Enterprise! also! with steamers

lA-avo Montieellu 7 10 r, N. With Tampa Co.'s Line for LOWER THAN BV INDIRECT LINES. day Afternoon. for Ocklawuha ]River; also! at Savannah :j
Leave Greenville. 8 38 r. M. Tampa and Manatee Monday and Thursday, Arrive Fernandina..Tuesday Evening, Friday with steamers for New York, Philadelphia,

Leave Madison................. 020 r. N. ntt p. m., and fur Key West Sunday and /reir-Tlirough Rates and Bills of Ladingto Evening.: and Baltimore,and at Charleston with steamers J

Leave Live Oak................. 2 15 A. M. Thursday, all (P Miints. City of KriJgrton for New York Boston: Philadelphia, Baltimore t'
o Arrive Savannah.............. U 00 11.. M.t With the United States and Havana Fast J: Steamers of this Line sail direct from Leave Savannah...TuesdayAfteritooi, Satur- Northeastern: and South 'urlo-
Arrive Thoniasville 0 53 A. N. Mail Steamer Admiral for Key,\tltlIu\'ana, FERNANDtKA) to NASSAU, N. 1'., under day Afternoon. I lina Railroads for routes North, East: and

Arrive.Albany................. .....10 23 A. M. Cuba: on arrival of Special Train e'or'fuetl- contract with the Bahamas Government, Arrive Fernandina.\Vechnesday Morning, 1 West. t
t I Arrive Lake City... .3: 35 A. M. day afternoon, at 4.30 1'. m. From l Havana, and are the only steamers that land at the Sunday Morning. .FIRST-CLASS; PASSENGER: ..ACcmnrot t"

Arrive Baldwin................ .. 025 I A. M. Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Special pier in Nassau.R. Arrive Jacksonville.\Vednesday Noon. I, DATIONS.
I Arrive Jacksonville .- '7 50 A. M. train to connect. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, Arrive Palatka............Wednesday Evening.: !I Through Tickets and Staterooms

.'! Arrive Fernandina........... 340: v, M. With Steamer En1er4rtse: for points on the Fernandina. GOING SOUTH. and all inf! rmation furnished at office secured
Arrive Gainesville 5 l.Il'. M. Suwannee River on Thursdays! at G a. m. C. H. MALLORY & CO., Centre and Second streets.20ly corner -
, Arrive Cedar Key U 30 r. M. For information respecting routes, rates 1 tier '"'() East !River New York. 2-tf City of Bridgcton C. A. ; 0\
---- Pahttka..Thursday Afternoon. ____. ,
PASSENGER: TRAIN-WEST WOUND. etc., apply to ----- -- Leave um .

Leave Jacksonville .daily at..... 5 :30 r. M. A. O. MAcDONJ'LL: ST. MARY'S RIVER PACKET.: Leave Jllcksoll\.ilIe..Th! Night ANn II.\VAX

Leave Fcrnandina! ............ ......10 'M: A. M. ? Gen'l l Ticket and Pas Agent. Leave }<.cnlallllina... Ululay 3.30 p.m.,Friday, : FAST ;.
Leave Gainesville.............. ...... 90.: A. M. J). E.: MAXWELL. Gcn'l Supt.. 21 Arrive Sa'ul1nah.Jondny Morning, Saturday "TEJoKL MAIL SERVICE.;

Leave Cedar Key .........M... .1 ...... 4 30 .,. !i. ( .
Lcaue Baldwin ................. ". ...... 7 (M) r. M. A TLANTIC, GULF: lot WEST: INDIA Clark Friday "
'" 9 40 TRANSIT RAILROAD, !."' ::'' Leave Fernandina..Tuesday Evening, -
Leave Lake City-..... .".;. \\ M. --I" ; .
.A. Leave Savannah ............... ...... 4 :&) v. ii. AND PENINSULAR I RAILROAD.'UOIXU ) Evening.: Saturday
. Leave Live Oak................ ...... :2 15 A. Mj; r '1'111ST .\\IER FLORA, Arrive Savannah.'Wednesilay Night, I a :

Ixuve Madison ................. ...... 351 .,. M. BOL'TH.l} SCHEDULT': [oOlNUNOiTH.LEAVE. Night.South and North ;.4L'
Leave Greenville.............. 4 39 A. M. STATIONS. LEAVE. CAPT. Jons NOT .-On both trips,at all landings.

Leave Monticello .- SIW .\. M JO:30 A. M ......FERNANDINA: ...... 3:40 u'. M. MAilY'S 111\' the David Clark wilteall and starting way from Performed by the new and I
I, Arrive TatIuIiw sce..;.*..'.. ..' 7 (k) .\. )' U:20: .HART'S ROAD......2:54 I'. M. WILL RUN ON THE follows ST. All trips terminating with Transit Railroad steamship ADMIRAL elegantly(sidcwheel appointed .

f Leave Tallahav...... x :i0) A. 12:17: P. Id..-.....CALLAHAN........2.OO; 1'. M. IT during! the season EVERY as MONDAY: and Fernandina connect and tiuni Jacksonville, and according to the following schedule: ). I
.....10 US .. .....DUTTON.) ..1:23: M. Leave ST.UY'S Express: Trai \ to
Leave Quincy ....... \ 12.50: p, M.... : p. 6 o'clock for'FEKXANPINA and from all landings" Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday
UJtSU.OR J U at to morning.
Arrive Cliattaltoodice......- *' ......11 5A A. > 1:0.5: r. M..BRANDY; : B1tANC1I... 1M; p. N. Tll and will leave FERSAXDISAsame there with Steamers also to and '-roan Gainesville ((1'u ...enj.ters from Savannah leave bv steamer y
: fIO-Ii. 1:50:: p. M...........BALDWIN......... 12:40: p. M. ; on the St. Johns, City of Bridfeefon
cON N J < PINCKNEY etc. Tickets are on Saturday 4 Leave
days at 8 a. in., for CAMP Waldo, Cedar Key, p
at.MAXVILI. :.........11:49 A, M.M .
with the Suvannih: 2:18: r. from the abovei'uhnts Fernandina <4< 1 Jacksonville .
At Live Oak daily landings the river and all by Transit Rail.roa.l
intermediate on
Florida and Western Railway to and fr>m 3.04: P. ............LAWTKY: ........... M:03: A. M.M. and all : TUESDAY; and Fill. sold thr unit lugh when to Steamer City of lindgeton; train Mon.tay morning), Arrive at 11'
Returning EVERY .
and all Northern, EatJi-ru: andWestern 3:22: r., ............1'EM1'LG0:41: A. M. 5>> bctwCen'Savannah; and Palat- Key \\ et! ednesday morning. Arrive
Savannah U.WI 1 arrive at Sr.l.RI8 at p. III., run* tfiraugh at
3:32: P,, M..H1"AHKl.:........... 10:37: P. M. : of HavanaCednesday afternoon. .
Cities. the going
daily with the Floridan.. 3:40: r. M.........:THUltSTON.........(10:19: r. !M. touching: at FERXASMXA.On : SATURDAYSwill ka, passengers also Fernandina have and Jackson. Returning, leave Havana Thursday
At Lake City ....WALDO...........0:48 WEDNESDAYS and bv rail between even- t
A. N.
to and from Jacksonville St. 401':: ,. M...... : and ing. Leave Key West Friday morning. ,-
tral Railroad leave ST. MAKY'S at 8:30: a. in., can \'l11e. Ar-
........(GAINESVILLE: ......8:50: A. M.M .
Palatka Enterprise, and landings 5:2):: P M Tickets and( all other Five Cedar Key Saturday morning (and
excursions to at
for State-tl
Augustine, be chartered For IOUlS.
... ARRKDONDO: ....,...8:18 A. N.
St. Johns River. VW: P. ..... : the following Agents Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit
J At on Baldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf 15.07: P. !M...........1IATTON ............7:50: A. !M.I 1)iutgeuic' s. {and articular Ollices*, apply to Railroad Saturday evening and at Savannah :
India Transit Railway to and from U:31.11': ,. M.\H.JII.ll..7:3: :! A. !M.M I ; Ga.-C.or. Dull and Bryan :;tll., by steamer City of Bridgeton Monday
West morn :
and Fernandina, GaineHville, Cedar Key and 7:12: : p. ...........iRRONSON _.......;.tt.52:: : A. M. anlothl'r Fernandina.points, of interest in tint vicinityof Savannah Pulaski and Screven 1I0u'", ing), thus forming the shortest possible sea :
\\e t and 8.07: P. )t..o.l..nm CllJ-J-K..UOS: : : : A. !M.M opposite Hotel route between the United States (
fur Tampa Key > Jo'la.-\t the Egmont and Cuba
with steamers ROSEWOOD: .........5:0(5( Fernandina, \
q. H:47: r. .......... : A N. 1 Roumillat. Agent. V
Janma. .CEDAR KEY........4:15 Through RUN of Lading i and to Capt. Jno. L. 1ASSAGERATES.
At Chattuhoochee three times weekly with 0:30 p. M........ : A. M. Jacksonville, Fla.-Cdrner Bay and Pine Cabin. Htcunion. .T

; the People's Line and Central Line Boats to Peninsular Railroad.bTATlOXS. by I.LOJtLlN1 of Steamers to all Sts., Dr. L'l<;nglc'lI Drug Store; A. C. Lan- Savannah to Havana.$;$2 00 ;*i8 50 .

,: and from Columbus: Eufaula, Fort Gaines, points on the St, Mary's.Close i phere, Til'ketgellt; A. 1.. Hungerford, ernandina to Havana..... 35 i 00 38 00 '

:i r;: Apalachicola, and other River landings.Coaches 0.00; .\. M.............'\'A LDO............ Connectionmade Aellt.8t., the R. F. Jacksonville to Havana ....LaW: 33 so
; 8T Elegant Sleeping! and Parlor be- Woodruff and Lucas: Patent run daily : and Savannah & ALDK.VS) Tourist Ottiew.
7:40: A. al..IIA\V'r1IOIiNl.10:45; : p. M. with the New York
tween Tallahassee \ Jacksonville, perfect ......... LO'IlI.40S..104,10 p. !M I Steamers Mark all goods Care of SteamerFiuru AfflSfVuEUII tIua Brother & Co., Savannah, Ua.-Curner Bull and Brvan
\ r Quick time sure connection !" Agent streets. H. A. CALLAN. Agent '
', II'MAXWELL Fernandina. ;
I). ; Supt LEVK.General .
t .: Fernandina-Egmont Hotel.
atety. A. I.. MEL-:
:'U-t[ Master'rransportation.Ir.'ARTIIIlt _FERXAM: > FLA.: Dec. i3, 1S79.!! _____ o GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAS'sengers. -' PassrttgerAgent; LEN: Agent.
.. W. F. HARRY,
," / Jacksonville-Connerhayand
';\ 1C.-There will be regular coma.1f ; Excursionists: and Tourists will Savannah line strtti.
FORD Gent'raljt'llt. A.
} C. IASON I*. l.AM J1LKK, Agent.futtlnT0n .
j' rimt this a attractive trip, as the scenery
'\ of1Ul'lia Ixxlge. No. 47, very J. X. HARRIMAN, St. \l
U and alligators and other are the Ray. u- r- .\R IITItO
grand game -
M. eveningFebruary
F. $ on Monday 11 Manager... :: ( .
TPvEXTIST, ,: Transient abuudant. 2OtCSUI1SCRlUE
23d, at 71 o'clock char brethrenare
bet. Centre and Alachua, fraternally fuvitedso/ attend. For further information apply to PRINTING la even- style, and at TO THE MIRROR.$2
Fourth 8t.f RICHARDSON .
W F. SCOTT; w. M. JOHN JOB lowest rates, at the M-RBOB office. ; $1 for I sit; mouth.
Fill.rti. e
;:}-tf Feruandina
43 it }FBBNAM Ar, TLA, ,lour A. WUITKKV wr. .

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.... ...... .....unl1. mn.---: : r
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arts "also one oftbe1 r+! aid .4tII'\i.\ :: -. ""-" :.... ;'<' $ :a
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