Florida mirror

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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
March 3, 1880
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
General Note:
"Democratic" <1880>.
General Note:
Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note:
Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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.. J ... .1 UKALTlt to imperialism: from \\hich (hey hnllh'llln to try the experiment satisfactorily, and rl'II-1 are your resident agent i is the chit f gainer.Cases was hit voting against; t the interests t of the

their der these lands, dl' l'rihl'llnolIlIlW: being : liketlieone I lIa n'd II'dll"l' exceptions, community, the amount of property represented i
TO TUB MOST initmm.: WO.MVN: tx AMERICA.I : own country.Tun I mid wild tice lamis uic 1Il11dl'I' title deeds \ on tli* "Citizens" ticket licing Jnore.
most: t hIrr"1101l tin continent, attractive to A \ K: 10N.We t than double I that upie-tntcd' on the other,
fill this: cup to ODO) made up ( of the \t'nited States: 1'\,1'11'1 .
farmers.VlSlofNT. landed at UicK-npii :s p. .in, and not t iking into consideration the relative 1
Of loveliness: ulonej: at Frankfort: Germany, reports, to the :State aiollll
TOI'flll/lI. I was Ila.l liappy in the !.ciUaintuncc| ot merits ot the t two oth, IWl",'. Democrats

A woman, of her gentle sex J'partllll'lIt.'a hil1 toH, "that, without lihKolT D'Ais. dead.A the pioneer 01 I pio:pttimuty" wno la.v lamiot expect 1 i be MuccsMul: : win're they

The xceming purugon exception every Europeanfate: has inoreascil under some 11"1' 'in.--, with Ins: litels Hi are not tine tllrilclll'nd those
,"." The Toi-our.vrmcvt: map of Pulv' is now t'nished ,- Inc usiies", ami .uu.iUii' tuc iiiiioitant| to principle / Uf' not IlItrl'I I
To whom the hetter elements its: expendituressince tin year 18 l > 'll'-
which has been" eighteen '.Irl11I tion as to \ uintr liis in,|>viitaiit town tl'11ll'llllI another, 1'lI'llullll'I'C
) ( preparation '
And kindly Mar!'* have given total cost of government for all Kurope hasrisen MiouM have a s>|Uauin Un mmdle or IKinn11 ier matters ure l'OII"llInl. tie I.l'l'
and fills 277! sheets. It is the
t most t
A form so fair, that like the air, since that year from jlSs,000ooo:
'Tis less of earth than heaven.Of $:!,j 8.0\JOIHJO\ ). The l'll itl.,1tllh'lol::; alone, accurate ever published.11YVATIIS,, i.tnd. in tins vit'uutji is 1,1.111 in ;ltl'II,1UrIll'I I claimed?
: and i 1:4 coit.i.i.ood. beiiiK liirn, I
has reduced its
her bright face one glance will trace among the great nations, : expenses IX FLOKIltA. t"logl'allIl'UIIY. ."11, I.l h..I, ui\' I uu 1'11' JACKSO.1'iLLi: met: MILL.

A picture on the brain, : during the last: fifteen years.DISPATUIRS We take the following interesting letter I. tl I iiiuu and \\iiit cighlctii From the Jacksonville 1'/1 of Thursday
miles to hmiMasl, nini t the .
And of her voice, in echoing hC'lIrt" rCl'l'In.1l:1..t. week in Washington by Mr. Frank/ 11, Taylor, from the Philadelphia \ the I iur MIW.iy I"al say Liag we take the following. description of the rice

A sound mint long remain ; from San Francisco, set forth t that there Tinirs : tram ,'olo.Io.ll'III'111: : amieiit tic i'o upon li' mill that i is now in operation in that city :

And memory such as mine of her seemed great danger of an outbreak in that FEUXVMUX' *, FL\., January 11.: 1110 mule, witn valises on eitlier 1111'. The mill i i' located on the !south side of

Soery much endear city against: the Chinese, who are !settled It is well premise that tin're are certain Ll'UI'lilll that' I was: limn the fieat ulin Hay I'Itl'l'l a slioit distance hum the Curie ton
( oi Pliiliiiiclplna, I he pioinptlv I Intn t I -
Mouse > buiidingisa larHe w.ueuoiise
When death N: nigh) my latent !Msrh! thl'rl'ill great numbers. The friends: of the beaten tracks laid and prescribed for' viitors asked: wlu-ie lie could get a l'IIIIIl'IIIIII"lh' lOMioject lor, Ci; then lonu-s the
Will not be life's I but. hern.Affection Chinese are using their endeavors! to persuade during the Peninsular tour. Few travelers was a class-U-adcr.: It :s an old joke, iMiiler luiusc, two boiUis oox.'ii' uct, withie-

President: Hayes to order the regulartroops of the orthodox eampdrcamof branching hit I 1'la'o II on hil. 1 told him if In' turn Hues! steam condmtc-d. to the engine,
from these and
:* are a* thought* to lie". away getting a glimpitof planting lie ( the best: loo-horse
1'1'11'00 hll bll'rgl which
I is although
to defend, if need requires! these citizens Florida (I/t ti"" 1/.1./ Indeed, it takes 1111 I rose \ power only
The of her hours :aItl' "early ; mciclythought about one-tilth todrivohe
measure: ; I'IlIl' thi"I'uwt. 1 is UM-I!
the l"lIih..1Htat'JoIoll small ('al'itlliof' moral\ courage to brea-l 1 tin II .
who have removed to for u while IIld : II Yt.i. sail, in 'I be
use mampjully
( present
Her feelings Iwth(' frugruncy.The uncertainties of the wild from niacliinery
) the faith of treaties, alleging that country; away dat s so. Ocala, my olijeitive point, is: alIil' of the engine is helled, on toother pul- ,
freshness: of flowers.And the St. Johns and. its: navigable i tributaries.''. :ohall ,' of Mime I
young ,
is bound. by to afford; Ill tlWI 1:10 illl.hi. olll'llUill;: which dl'in'lhl various: mai -
our government treaty To do this: one mu: t turn his hack tin 1'\"I'I r
upon\ and !
lovely passions changing oft tllt:, thl'llo.t: tlioioiiglily !lllll'rllllal') tunes, null building is 41.\10>
!such protection.THK alluring comfort. and clegamics of the winter in 1 have tlu-Muti-. Ithus 'il' 11'lll'r
111 h accessible and !
'Pl'l 'JO
So till her, she appears: hotels\: t the line steamboats: vvhiih run Ulpl'l'UIIl'l' ny :
New Testament Company of the .1 with l'lIl'rllol11'1": ':, and I nver, wharf on river: whole width of lot
The image ofthl'lIII'Il'ln'-IIy: turn*, to a schedule and have !shady phucs li'I'I'1111c1 table winch a gratctul oasis in anotherwise
American llible Revision: Committee held alt for; outlook, and the daily papeis ..I' II'u\11 The capacity of the present machinery
The idol of : : ot indigestihle l.kie..Many .
pa-it years.I : \ iroin 10. to barrels ol cleaned No. 1 pearluce
their la-t: t meeting on December L'lHh I and date within the !season: lie must: expeil tome here Irom MlverSpiing, l
tIHI'it1 ; \ Inmd
day, 2J.> pounds to the
..#'"' I Ilill this cup to one made up 27th, and finished: the !second revision: of the to torment his digestive: organs with" ('\'IIl'kl'r" six lil':4 distant: tliat point being uttaincuny which every is mostly where It commands ,
fa ivof "hog and hominy. wa"hc(; I'Ilil\I'llorth
()loveliness ulone, Hook of Revelation. It is expected that the down with coffee ..rllark and mysteriousconcoction. : ( drauglit steamers II the l.imcuAklawaiia. t the 11'lce ; :
A woman, of her jt'lIthSl'X will be finished and will learn doubt of broken I and 12 to lo
Revised: New Testament: : He to the infallibility A M.VMMullI l II'ol"llill t'111
The !seeming puAigon, of and reputed distance. rl.llt. : llS ric-e bran from loU..ll'r are pro- 1 1 t
will be published by the Knglish: Universitypresses maps '
Think wliii'h flows abroad due', '. These-two
'make extensive ami 1 incisive 1'1'01 tai lre II 411IIl'-
lie will : l11'il
would earth there may say
Her hl'atlh1111 J on were
during the year ISM/ ), which is the entomological observations: : and IK unfailing ', of volume siilticient mand ice-ding stock. Nine men in all ;

Some more of Mich a frame, fifth !semi-centennial of the publication ofWkklilfc':4 will learn to ride. In return for; all this, lit 101111'ltl'I' lor all tlie l'II"1 of the land aic employc-d I mostly t I common laboters.I'be .

That life might; be all poetry : Hible, the first complete translation : will have gained some genuine ideas of interior t 11'1"'r ,C IJlhlll heaving huiiMwe 1'111 net'is tirM: conducted tOiIIIIY '1 J '

And weariness\ a name of the Old and New Testament Into the Floridian\ life and! bring away :s,>im' Ilia.\ 11lt and vvatcli die l"i iiispoitinhamong screen icmovestlietrashstraws, nails,
friends nags and caveins neatly one himvucd ., vylncli may bo in it ; liom this sereinme
tell at home. POSMbly \l'
good things!! to : -
ttlmmi Cuate I'inknry to 1'f'iffy! (t'Mill. English Language.Meantime ''I'' he may shout an alligator.HIIOOTINO ; ht.t lieiowl t It was in a log' house upouiiie 1' l' 110Oi to tluhullir.. This in i
r snoies of this liasin tlial 1 entiled tlieuiw like 1lI'Ullf mill stones in \
: [ the great "canal-cutter, Mr.Do AT AI.LKI.\TOKS.A 1'lll'UI'lIll'l'ls /
STATK SEWS.MONTIOKI.LO year, listening to tlie wend and detain Io.t: ; however, is Mibstituttd for i
Lesseps himself, is making detailed and train moved outof Waldo. over ubninclof ) >.'iiaiits: oi the Il'I"Oll'h" ,'' 1 wailed in ,,-tones, the wood ( Florida cypicssj) corrugated I l

: : is to have a new hotel. lucid explanations before a society of engineers the Atlantic\ Unlf and Wct: India Transit vain lor 1 \_\\. \ 111. Will which tt.c sonu thing like a millstone; these have I '

TUB ('/Ii/In i is now Issued nOoUll eveningpaper. in the city of New York, replying toquestions Railroad, at un lion r before!;, da v up'\ '' i'l t ticsda.v >> . last, landing; n-i, two hour* later, upon tlu .i.s, I 1111'1'1,110 gave me no :si n ol preseiuc.oo and rubbing it, oil'; thus Irl'pun'd, tlH I .
:i : : meeting; dilliculties! that are suggested margin of Loih l oosa, one of a g-oup: \ 01lakelets 1 was iadto gi>i over to,Ocula in Him now goes! to the is very ,

t THE editor of the Starke Tclfyrftfih hl\lll, : apparently\ very confident that within the counties of Al.uliuaaiu: : to taue Illll'll'l'l hour stage tide, l"l'lIdallt much like an 41'd I'Il'I"I'lIlr fan.; this I'Il'l'n-
liis route, i-i/i Panama, is in every respect:, to Putnam. The transition from the dre-im.v: u'.iiiiesville and its handsome tates:! the chair, w liicli is blown 'out at one;
twin orange presented' to him. monotone! ..fthe pine forest to the I'aillirrinl'II jlotcl at evening. Several shooting, l'lIdoll top of the Iladllll', and the! cleaned
be all othl'rsIIIlI the 1111l'1
TIIIUTY-HIX uiscs were before' the :Mayor( I'rl'l'I'rl'l'lll1hlJn ; party ;!: almost: tropical border. the lake 1'011 tlie noiili' are C'III'lh.d lii'te riic, which cl'll'Ic: other end. This: r'i

of I'ensaeola one day last week. of engineers who have just:, returned with was! instantaneous: : and especially' beuntltu 111\1)' l'IIl'tll dcpopuiatiii' ); tie 11'111- nulled rice IIIW goes to, tlie polisher, which
: him "from l'Ullallllllll'e decidedly of his opinion at this hour, for the fog; was just: lifting am! oormg \\ ; ot small tramc. consists ull shaft covered with alternate 1 J

THE :State Democratic (.'(invention t will beheld ; out of all this: lively and Jhorough discussion its ragged edge; :still hung upon\ the treetops. ole l'I'JoIUI:4. jiowever' are .sadly; tli'll'I'OIOI- Itl'il'of h'lIthl'I'/IIlhl'l'l'kll"'' wit In tressed -
Heavy drapings of sad gray, moss almost tionate to the : Thence
on edge.
in Gainesville on the 101 li of June.W. sufllcient will break I'"IIuld\ I'n'llIl'ltill 1Io.lcll',1: lt
: light probably : touched tal''otlll! waters! whose polishwas (cur sportsm.mship.: of good is then passed: through 1Illlhl'r "l'rl'l'l, I
F. FIUXKI.IX, a hor"e thief from Alabama forth, after a time.MK. broken only by an occasional predator' ) .shooting to be hud, though, in this poitmnof which l'IIO\'CI small grains, other Nl'l'lhUl1 I

was arrested in Pensucolu: last: week. saurian./ A lit'tle rough-und-reatly steamboat the Mute. Riding over fromuldo, I bl'OJl'III' 'I'. Whl'lll rOI lllil'l't has pusVd, !
: :McCo!'KKY, a Republican in politics very suggestive! of a turtle, shortly appeared \ place litteeii miles up the road, 1 spent 1 clay these- mat bines, the final

A COLORED boy accidentally killed by and a life-long resident of Indiana, has testified in faint silhouette through the mUt, at hanta Fe lakl'to\ natives: cull it IUIItlllf result is a clear, .semi-transparent, pearlcolorcd -,

the discharge of a gun near fiainesville: lustweek. : before the Senate Exodus Committee seekingthe lrlllllill She was heavily freight ). (tklll'rl : un old resident, II u (I uniform I grain..
cd with oralll' My the time of emptying I line estate its borders and at is in barrels the I
: upon just : now put up neat ,
that there i is of mechanics and laborers
a surplus : 11'c.
:1 MR. WM. UKYSOX has been appointe l lpostmaster and refresghtingthis: craft, the Aljilin/ thedis: ent is entertaining u live Simon-pure head branded with til IUIC ot the mill and I'I'It \
J in the part of Indiana where he resides taut shores!! were ('Il'arlIn view, and so WL I trian Hal'oll11 lius made repented' visits! Jl'atiol, and is shipped to market. This /
at Live Oak, rlcf D. :M. ':MeAlpinresigned. I
. ; and that a colored agent, in u conversation !steamed! away toward an outlet into OrangtI to the place, ,declaring the. sporting to e.xcci, rice- IIlill i.s capable ot being enlarged to five
I.dike.. :My[ fl.III'H! >' l'lI l'I'I'I, with two exccptions. that ol other A
with him at Terrc Haute, !said that nt any point 1111'IItulkt.toll'IUIUI t I'4! p.vseiit capacity. it lias: power \
were negroes, with an uncountable will shortly (connect. and needs additional sets of -
THE Conslldifwn more land will be til enough;; only \
the colored convention held Nashville
at brood, of plcuninnics.' The Afjilm is the railroad. I think in u few )'I'IIr all of these dillerent machines and an enlarged building. -
planted, in cotton in Jefferson. county this last fall, where his informant was present usan only bout ripoii the lake, and as white IMSsengcrsure inland lakelets will be \\1 together b) Mr, Mucduir, one of the Him, has theniipervision

year th i'i ever before. udive member' arrangements were made u rarity no comforts an- to l'l'IXI'CItl'II canals: and an outlet made, with a lew Ill'kl, of the operations, and )1 r. 11.liodlrey rl'
; but this is more than made up\, l->' to the Johns, Its: u good Held lor <"mieii an experienced niechunicund engineer i.
while' \
r. Two MOKOKS in Lake City, engaged; : to colonize 10,000 colored.voUrs! in Indiana,
the perfect' jollity of the captain and biscrew. ) iiicerinj and the quality of the hamin is the immediate superintendent' of the i
in a tight last wiek, one .shot the other in in order to carry that state for the Republican: :-01; sat w'ith my feet, dangling) / ivci I.lauds will warrant the '. It i.tomiscd 11 null.Vtt arc indebted to his courtesy for [

the neck, but the wound U i not dan (,101l:'. party. This testimony!'! corroborated by the bows, just brushed by the IOlllll't-\\'t'I'c\:4\ !> : that next year this lake "('diUI our Illi'rlltlolllllll details, and both the )filI :

t that of several other witnesses.: and kept a sharp' lookout for alligators) revolver will be put upon the list of Florida attractions owners himself invite any nil to 'I'1
U\llIOllllt have
J'KKOX'ILU needs to in 11t /
: 111t
;; in hand. It is well-known fact fiat and vviiva tt transit provided. visit the Wo advise I

;, opera hous! ?. The IUnll:4l'lIll'1iti4lll:4t week I t.tli. t.. Ox Saturday the inter-oceanic (ommltt'-e' us: soon us: un alligator;; is perforated;, by a I 1111- F. H. T. .tlllt. ,...iuiftttU". .:tit.f.111.! .I'.lll. .tit. <.."Mllll..,UltJt-. tlllt.. .fids."* \

t city .vere, !so numerous that hall* were of the home of representatives) : : listened I tou : let he sinks. Counting my victims upon mill. We won((111 Id that most of I the ricu
in this \principle.' I must have: shot! u score, lot ., cleaned. had to bo obtained in (ieorgiu,
stateinon'! made by Lieutenant Collins 'II' I.Ul./'I' .1 U.Cl'.U.ILl.V1'10. 411'1:11'rl
every time I popped' nt one he! went under. : supply' ulthonghsoiiio
Friday last Mrs. lUizuheth\ Most-ley( United Stat.-s navy, who has been engaged )However[ in t the \popular) mercantile parlance .'. bus lot' pruclllj I Thu now

I living in Suvvanuec county, incidentally in several of the !surveying expeditions on there are a "few more !left." 'J III'"- "CutIS," the new Tallahassee l'IITl'1'o1OI. ironi $1 to\&l.2.tli"'l'll per 1.IIohe: 111 IiII rough pays rhc,

poisoned herself i y t,iking !stryclmine, and the Isthmus! of Panama, and he showed that fl.att..laloollt high gross in and do/ens, slid! they from crawled logs. throu Alwu>htin1 dent of the Savannah .J/nnilii// .\'t'I tllll"I according I to quality.II .

died from the effect*. .She leaves ulurge on account of prevailing culms in that part in advance of our slow /little h.iut, a lonj .1:4"Olll'l of the late municipal clcition :

family of children.( of the Pacific ocean sailing vesseU would skirmish line of wild fowl beat' a noisy retreat Tllt, vveru two tickets in the tlll-tl EA I'I' SlllaUt'l' JlO.l('I."CI.\-
( (so-calledy, headed A'ATl TO I I'AXXAIl.MesbjH. .
incur great disadvantages if obliged to make -most of them within easy gun; range.Ai Jl'llllll I) J'Iry \ .
,THK Republican I'LIIl' Executive: Committee noon we emerged into (Orange (Ijike, abroad "II'l'lIll and tlie "llltl'ISI I> : Austin & Halnes, of this city jestcrday -
/or the Panama canal, whUe such objections .
i have culled their co.i volition to meet in sheet shallow depth, lotted with jaines )111111 ll'ch'c by u.uajonty received 1 the follow ing dated
do not lie against the proposed Nicaragua floating) islands: : which drift about with evet v of sixty ', and Ins ticket \a l'I'l'lt.uWtU h1'grll .
Gainesville on the 12th:! of :May to nominate .Cincinnati, i.d:! instant, ; F. A.
breeze ami lord ; 111'J.11awl tile VVIIK 1'1'1
route. Commander: Lull, who has 1lIllIl'liml. a( a retreat 'for cranes, exception'of fllr l'IIU'iIIII, I.ullt.
delegates to the National Convention which reptile innumerable.OIUNUK ran on the ( iti/cn.s' \IU.II it Co., extensive provision tt'lh'r
lar experience in surveys on the I-tlimus,
in the Ud! of June.COXIUVTOK l.VKK. ran independently! on both tickets. Rcpnljlicuns -
meets Chicago;; on : "First train left Saturdiiy night, loaded byus
testified to the same etfect, and also explained Now, if yon will :glanceovt-runy large/ map (claim a vie lory, but l4l'll to 11i si ntof with incut for. Savannah and other points.
!t MvYXUU:, on the :Savannah: fully the advantages of the other route and of the State you will observe that ulxtut one- the tact that both tickets were headed lll l ) Our shimnenU iiiiioiint t to six hundred

Florida and Western Kui I mad(l, was shot in the places projtosed for the construction of hulf of all the towns: cross-roads: landings! Hl'JIIIII'UII ali Iliat a majority of tliu con. thousand ullle Is."
whom and ponds have appropriated the word each were colored. Cilizens; ., In connection the. which
the head by two negroes", lie attempted the Canal. this following,
-, to olfhis train for; Nicaragua/ "OralljW" as a part or whole of their title. 1 dUoS, have never thoiigtit of lull).; the I we ltrut from a lengthy/ article in the Cincinnati
put non-payment THE notorious Kearney, since hU return Many of these places never Haw un orange.A ; elect ion for city olHct-rs u politicul issue.lunro h'lt'jiiinr, of will be reud I
, ut"thcir fare. The wound. i is not considered! well regulated wouldn't \ tlie deleuted candidate tor tllllr.
.... from the l''rn'Iolltl'I: to California, has respectable, orange mayor with interest: us whlt we may expect
.. dangerous.(1EXEKAL. be found growing; In their \'idllitrall( (' has always /4'l'l l JJft'cl upon and rccrtgniedas l when' the trade with the west i is thoroughly f
been busying himself! very officiously with Ijike, however, is: 1'1111'ntltlt'll to its name, a Ht>luIJlcUI, JtiTiirenter, until recently developed ; \

1XTELL1GEXCE.iux. legislative mutters, and un attempt to intimidate for upon its bunks! are the largest; : wild orange* all'4 with the Democrats. IA.-SS. Ycsterdav was a biiny day at the Southern

some members of t the state legislature jungles: : I have ever seen. 1 am told here than,two \'t'ar. ago lie. held tuc olHeu ol Railroad 11.t.11( J.'mjulftf rcpoitcrvisited .
(I n RUT and party ure now in Mexico.A that they are the largest in the wIrid.1 llriU'uf'tlli" county) under the {present the scene in the in
has led tn the introduction of a resolution ltt'rIINJ t'ulla.
/ ull events: these trees: covering many Jiiindrcds Democratic: ncmllbtratlll. \Vliileyet Inolllce :Mr. F. M. has charge* r
i sEuiots collision occurred on the elevated excluding Kearney by name from t tilt!assembly of aeres: have !been Iu'refrolll a time bo llJfIU Crcl'IIal.k lumsc, but of ny witl"ltlUrl trade of Messrs.: F.'A. l uidley -

railway in New York Friday, damaging chamber and from all the galleries and antedating;; the :Seminole; war, and about when that I/c'.II to lc curlv iKcuynnd tw Co., ]IN.rk and be found quite

several ears, !but no one was hurt. rooms under control of the assembly. Such thirty years ago a portion of the land they after he was removed froiuoilici-! a niinibcr of 1:1kl'II business! lll'l ot thc> II
rover was bought from the government Jiyan tie ground of inclliciency. he tut loose. Irom city engaged in muking an : of thu
JOHN JoiiXbox, colored was hanged in, Savannah men have no conception of obedience to ex-army surgeon) who had !learned of and idcntitled liim-elf with thu H"lul. work in progress there. IIo.ll'l.t'J look

on Friday l.t-t for; the murder of rightful authorityund this reckless agitator; the place while chafing) Indians with :Scott: l licans of this plaee, us i is believed, '; ( mighty for; a ('crtlllt1'nilj" of thu

IauidIt'crlllutt: in :March[ 1 7*. may yet stir nj the mob tn otter, voih-nt rebitance and Taylor. Some eight yi-ars since the sole ot obtaining their \'uh'/I./r hint. t trucks w I.rol'ert1'.1] | into the 'hands of two men as candidate for the position to whicli be large n umbers ot wagons bringing all
Ix the House Friday a bill was introduce to laws and rules vvhiih arc not named i Harris and Itishop{ who at once proceeded 'ban ju t been ll'l'I..t So it upjieurs that sorts of giHNls, which .were W'It loaded on tho ''/
agreeable to him. During/ lively debate in l to 1)\111 the wldch Munro, thc i i.s much the
by Senator Jones, of Florida, for the erection sour stuniH( 'uldi.l.ltc. ( for | in the south.
of building : [ the assembly, a Workingnian member from means that the old tret-M were cut off at the bt' I (this in every M-HMOO! that word; JL'lul- 'UJ F. .\ullNiltl. & Co. were loading t Wl'n.ty.I"
u public / Montgomery, lican of thu All believe )
two. that be
San Francisco refuted to obey the sj>eaker stump and buds or twigs from sweet orange curs with l'IIHnl/ulk meat and salt
Ala. tree* were cngraftt-d, with a result at the liavt* a cuw'i'IIi'Ui. CUl1illh'lt. amitlticient : for, Tcnn., (irillln, (la., WistPoint
when ordered to sit down and the house I
:: Hox.[ J. J. Harper, a prominent' fanner of present time of about one hundred tind fifty olliccr; and bencc bis MipM) >it from Cu., Union ., lurmingIiam -
committed suicide his was oblige l to suspend him for three day*. acres of thicklv net trees in bearing park the better, more Inttlellt and ivjircscntativeclasri Ala., Athens I1.rlJI.1., ( .. 'IUrllle. N. (.'.,
Pike n.a. at
county, of orange* yielding; fruit enough; to ]>ay the of our Atlanta, (ii.: l'wlal. On., l.Jatll.ton. H.
; home in llarncsville, (S.i., by taking/ laudanum. SOME interesting facts are mentioned in interest upon probably f.-tlM'IIOI', and, the {pn>- The new inciimliciiU werec.t
the report accompanying); the bill recently ccs.s of "IiWl t budding" I U still being) pursued IN'Wl'J of Itl' un Saturday hist. They usiinic i range, ( iu., ( Mt-liku' Ala., Jultvit. Ala.,
introduced Hill with ml infinituin. As lie trees increase in (. against u considerable Tbomasvillc, "a., and other j IJ.jlt.
THK laltor agitation in San Francisco still ) Representative' regard size they require more ground 'fornutriment amount of meriti-d public prcjuduv, U l i. "The 'for; these wtro r'cdn..l on

continues, and is now being freely discussed 1 to artesian wells. The arid! region of and more space for sunlight ; till they are admitted by the Republican organ published Friday I/II ur.l.u)'ttcnl-nut bod for only two

.. L) in by the representative* from California. the United States embrace eight hundred being thinned out, and I learned that the i at this place, and which U i>y no Ic'alll day*. The value of the meats it ubout ;HVtoo :
congress .
-. millions of acre, or twenty-nix times as little matter of fifu-eri hundred trees will bv ubilant over the result of the voting. This <( and the first train consisting. of tw"nty.Il" *
sold tliU season. We landed! at the Harris! ireju'lice arises from the fat: that outside of ( laden with consignment* from thoMessrs.
much all the land in the 'url
as great, state of
T A BRfT.vt prize tight;; K-twten KdwardDouglass : ) and liixhop grovex about 3 ].. in, U was I our or five coiiiicilmen thu new adminis- Jjiidley, started south Ja t111 ,
and Frank Harris took in New York Much of this land) U incapable beautiful sight indeed-the dark green trees ration is totally incoinjH-u-nt, the marshal, The-' other curs went out lat<-r in another

1 l. place of cultivation. About five hundred million* heavily burdened 1 with the great yellowglol clerk and tf.alurt'r. Ulur and more tril. The firm had |Mtcd in large red let-
I'hiladelphia on Friday la>t. lioth wereconsiderably of acre of land would be very valuable for >e*, I WAS reminded of one of t the big than half councilman U-ing negriH* of h'lln liolh sides of each of their curs the
hurt. Delaware j 10'8'lurl' In the height of thet.ln very limited capacities. And yet the decion Inscription, .' Train Cincinnati South
agricultural! \ ) purposes if it , supplied' ) of this tcct. In; I recorded to their ern.' They have"orders for train load of

OXE hundred and.) forty-two young doctorsof with water.. 'The rej ort nays that some of It l it just as well to say' at thJ jf>Int that .hame, Is due tie supjiort it rect-ivc l at "al, which they will ship U I tH a rut.

medicine were turned out Monday: last this land-for Instance, many millions of orange groves cannot hv rwu in one year X-rii'ttTdtic JlaUL., quito a number (tasting l IJ obtained. They ure very Jubilant

fn iw the Ik-llevue" Hospital Medical) College\ : acres in the state of ('oloratl."willlJl'oJW"e" or two. A good many northerners have 'heir vote* (ur i through |*rsonal IriemUhipIT over the prosjx-cts of trade front tho tuuth. .
entertained the that all got prt-ft-rence IWrnreuter, whit h CincinnatiSouthern.
cduilul you've .llull. and great from the
ello..t i

THE German voters in New York and (Ohio! tls of wheat an acre. It is now proposed) ) to then tit the good process 1tluH'rucrdtie/ judge among u*, and .

,have heM large and enthusiastic, meeting-, make an exi-eriment in reclaiming it LyDlt of nature. There is no tree whlI r"luirt' ( Utl. auc iu' r"It'1t) citizens vent-ruble ex-Oovtmor Seymour is
more nursing than the urilge. I 1t' ti" a-s well of bis like, is known TlTHK to l li in of Judge .Meld of
the third-tenn as hostileto aIlS of artesian wt'ILt.and is asked fvor
denouncing project
) congress owner's t*>n.tant (-re. and when dot* tll have voted this U"Iuliul ticket, soulled the U. H. HUI'relt as a candidate for
rt>republicanism and as being a great step to appropriate the sum of $50nuQ in order fruit, if you art not ou haud, the chance* (' much to the .url' .UIUc w hkli. { the I'residency.

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FLOJtlOA MIRROR. Chinese dishes specially revolting, had occasion SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF AN ORDIXAXCEWO THE FLORIDA

presently to learn that opinions in these rut VLOIllltA FllVlTUltOWEnS' AMEND THE: run OHJH AX($. COMPA'Y
:7=;:'': ::' ,:' --.=-, -;. ASSOCIATION.JACKSONVILLE. JL lie it ordained That. and )) AND} IMMIGRATION: (
matters nre very much regulated by hahlton.l / ,
: H'JI;;\'/:.r; ) .1/,1/1/.1( Lsv{}: Feb.; tf), 1880.Dr. \ alter the passage' / of this ordinance that

... -..---... .. .. -- the customs of society. She was requested C.J.Kcti worthy, president liitlictlialr t ; owners! of wooden buildings, within t\le\ lire OFFERS:
to give to a number of Chinese I). 11 Elliott limits be
Currreponrlru1.' and 1'rrrnl.t bnri.rl, ,briure; +tI secretary permitted' to repair their buildings\
guests t a strictly European: dinner, in !her Minutes/( of }previous meeting read and I spproved. ) with shingles and weather boarding, provided 600.000t"rN

with this pofirr mil jilmfe di'rrl in )Ftonti, >,\ own house, served! up in European style ; that such repairs do nut increase the
The )president addressed<< the association risk of lire.
Jt1RROR,1'crnnnrlinR, 1'ln. and although her guests were as polite as Of the most
ujwin the subject of Insects in Florida Injurious All ordinances or }parts of ordinances conflicting

_., ____________ n._. __ __ _._ .., English: : people could he, in their efforts; to to the Orange," and culled attention herewith are regaled. ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRABLE: ; ., "-

A SLIGHT MISTAKE. SCl'IIplea II!, it was easy!I to discover! that to others likely to prove so, exhibiting specimens Passed second reading :iwth! January\ 1880.:
!C, which were examined hthe members Approved' and ,adopted February lH, I I'IO..
r It seems! from the following) extract that her dishes were as disagreeable to them as through the association's! !! microscope.Among T. KYDD, LAM IN ,TilE

the Kansas governor's recent for aid the dogs', cats' and rats' flesh, with which tlll'lIIverc the Jtiirtalo- :JM-30d.,
: appeal ( Mealy Bug) __ ,_ President of Council. STATE OF FLORIDA) ,
for the destitute people in that style, was not they had regaled her, had, been to herself.At lien Adoneitinn; Gall Berry :Scale; VerojilititiisS'IMCI - --- --------

made in behalf of the wretched negroes who the dinner party given by her, ''the ; (Common Scale, C'ocenr Jfujierriilum } AX ORDINANCE At only1.25 per' acre to nl'ettlcr.c, with
I.Img Scale, Atjiedentua! Glorerin Head{ :ScaletxlrrlrG
ladies carried in the hall) in their armed ; THE; HATE: OF PER- selection in parcels of 40
have spent their cniirc substance! in reaching I \ were .1 +,r C'itruiilrt. REGULATING: collected City 'faxes the privilege, of

that inhospitable} climate ; but for the starving chairs, hut they stepped In their blue! embroidered 'rofexsor:&:\ Comstock, of the entomological' fur the year 1879. acres or lit,)re. These lands are located on

!settlers who had purchased lands from costumes, their hair immenselydeeoratid department, of agriculture, Wustington I I). lie it ordained \b y the Common COUJl'iof\ and, udjaei lit to the I'ne' of the

the Kansas Pacific Railroad Company. This with fl aver, rouge on their cheeks e., was introduced. the city of Fernandina, '
Professor: Comstock's remarks were substantially 'fhat for the \ of defraying the expenses ATLANTIC (GULF AND} WEST 1X1)1.1 .
purpose ,
fact also accounts for the unexampled liberality and' by the side: of their eyebrows, their I as: follows : of the for the
city government: year (CO.'S: P. H.,
of Jay Gould, who owns the controlling lips painlc I vermilion, and, in some cases, As the object of mv visit: to Florida is to 187'J, the following appropriations are hereby ; -

the of their hands also .I. We learn, not to teach, theie is but little occasion made' : the Atlantic .
interest in that road, in sending :5,000; ( ( palm : rouJl" extending from FERNANDINA: on
for remaiks from at this
any me 1. The of ,
for the relief of these destitute' people, whose hind by request, no chopsticks on the uib'e' time. I coo, hntvever, say one or two things: indebtedness.sum $1S forIIpai.i sanitary ; to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf, coast. ,

,Iioi3oo: ities arise from the fact of successive\:\ using only knives and fo.ko. My poor friend! now. Although tli'rc'lire many insects 2. The sum of $1,9.50 for salary of city thus affording to the producer cheap, constant

failures of the cr.!ps. The time will come looked sorely puzzled as to he manner in which infest orange trees: and some of themto officers. :& and rapid transportation to the best
.I a serious extent, 1 think no one ,need he 3. The sum of $7 pcrhapswhen 1ltd.dlil'I.'lIIi! rllnt will ex-! which they should be held and tried to copy deterred from growing this payment markets.
oranges on account and other
ercha battsr: j'llna.: ut in the selerti'iii\ /: of : me. The European: food. appeared ko he ; for with the )proper cure grot can 4, 'I'\ue sum of:i&ixj;:; sanitary tar roads}purposes.and! bridges. I The belt, of country traversed\ hy the Transit

their fur Irt! !i. ;in.and.; !, instead of brim most dUia, But while this is true it is eiua''ly' thut
the 'ndies retire,1 of her | I
deceive 1 by the frl.un.iur of the hrilli.m lyillustrated young: put oiu
great cure must! be rued, e'sc': !serious results <1The! sum of !if7i! 11I i for incidental, expenses : K.VKttY; : : VARIETY OF /FOIL
mouth into t 1 hand of b'ra''h
and udu-r- e [wniMngmaid :
Jitrauve! patnphle's' : will follow front neglect.\ and outstanding, I indebtedness. I Kansas railroad lands: :1, into a "rumo.-al ], when she (nought;; I did not see her, It is a fortunate fact fiat although,. ninny\ 7. The ,sum of ;:.LiOU i + for the bonded' in- I to he found in the :State; a large! proportion'

to u region whore they are liable, by: the uncertainties some meat she. hill 1 tll+te1. Tliey w'';iltl'e1 I lie-rent i insects i hifes. otan/e; trees, t those ilehtedncss and interest thereon. being, peculiarly adapted, to the culture! ofSKMiTKopirAL
which are mo t important 'namely, I the :scale .\ l'olil't'tl'.llllld ,! I )
n\ surplus unappropriatedthalllie '
of the ,seasons: and, the climate, to a'- the time in sa injth.u; it was I'll'I'l FRt'l'I'llIn.l! : Vegetables! ,
insects :So; that F Early !
spread' !slowly! an ouutgcgrower ; I 1 appropriated' for bonded. t i indebted :
become objects! of public or private charity/ good very p>od.. They h\!;:;;hid a'ianily' who destroys! time scale Fuse'ts: in bU I ness.: : I! .did l The Lnrije, Comjxtct Hollies: of Timber

they will investigate! the claims nf Florida, on and just tasted, etch dis'i, re;e,".. :lly saying grove rl''l'i\'l'llIIuch benefit! from his: work Be it further urdaliii'd, That for the payment I i. make these! lands: \\oithy} of CAltKlTL: EXAMINATION
(hat likul1. The'S even if his neighbors neglect to do the .same. of the aforesaid; ( appropriations' : the
c where the farmers are never in any danger: they hour : werea by manufacturers: of LVMHEK'
As yet I am not )prepared to surest; "reme sum\ of one and! one half per cent be levied!
starvation: ) or of bccom'ng t the i little relieved, I fvncy! when the bwccis. dies. This trio simply:! ) a preliminary one and collected upon the U+ l'l' valuation, of AND" X\\\I :'TOII-I.;::

recipients of u pompous and disagreeable mri'c their appc.'racce. A' C 'lie, ,
charity : most dCjicmUMt, o.i her an' h ; she does ami will report the results:\ later. In the purpose of payment of the aforesaid; !' ) sanitary NEW :SETTLERS: : .r "

noth for herself she is fed* ai, .able the meai'ti'i e I solicit the correspondence of loan, and thcsaid! bonded, indebtedness:\, I!
Homo days : Governor St. Johns: of Kansas g by .
ago furnished
truit. in these and land from this arc
rowers experiments, Migfest fifty per} cent of the taxes s.- levied,l on /uribasing company
addressed( a loiter!! to Jay Gou'd I, sotting her attendant ; and they say that her {parments that individual trees be selected and jn'oresaid shall I be the Tran-
only payable I in currency I I : with {,.l'te free pnerrgeon
forth; the condition of the farmers In the
are taken off by the l'il- at n'jht, syrtuged: ; by means of un ordinary, garden of the United States Government, or certiti- I effects
Railroad l for and
frontier counties of Kansas, and the destitution i hit l: family personal :
syringe, with the insecticide! in a I liquid' form, indebtedness I
and that she is lif.ed and put ini-; bed cutesof b'Ul'cI C account of the
occasioned{ by fai'ure of lad; year'scrops '! up noting carefully' the prop'JrtiolliiJ'Il'll.. said loan due of I to the station ,nearest the land, purchased.
sanitr.ry or }past: coupons
in that region, unci1r"ill that some like an infant. Chinese lai'icn: v'ur.iol understand App'y only one remedy to u single l tree and the bonds: of the city. TITLE: COMPLETE:, being derived by

t measures of relief be afforded' ( tin m at once. ns Europe:'n ladies ; 'i'cyi.\ V011 note carefully the effect on the trey us\ wellas Passed!' its first reading( January 28th, I Sill), grunt from the l'nitt'litlltl':: and purchase:'
In to this appeal )Ir. Gould; telegraphed
response : the insect. The substances which
nil the same us men. T'ley cci .ain y do not on and read by its title.
the to draw him for; from the :.Mute( of Florida.CORRESlONDENCi' .
governor upon
hest results mixtures of
promise are : Passed\ its third reading and I adoptedFebruary
$.'),(HIO) to be expended as he! may see tit, in Ihnire1S( neither our i"aii 1enor our soda, and infusions of tobacco. Kerosene is \ 18th, 1 HMO.+ T. KYDD,
the where assistance, is I Ac C { : ) I) : : :SOLICITED.T ( ( .
places required. dress!4. nor our indem'endenee. also destructive to insects, but cure must: be President of Council.
cordingly., ; governor purchased two carload : used in the of it else the will
Mrs.! Gray saw much of the i terror of application tree Attest!' :
: nt'hour, nndmcmilmutdalarge, Muantity he We have found that when it is ) : M \1'1' ami CIRCI' i.Aits mailed on
Chinese life hut she also do. r'hes) injured. EMIL O. FRIEND, City! Clerk q-30d
1 minutelyand .
"fll:1I'on.: and shipped them to the destitutefarmers. u1ol'lll1\ the proportion of one gill of keroseneto .: : application.t

The governor thinks the am.Hint happily many things peculiar to the live gallons of water, tho insects: : are destroyed SEASON IS.SO. ( ']IAW.:; LEWIS,

contributed: by Gould will h(' sufficient to out-door life oi.'l (,,,,,toms of tl'r.i, s'rangc without injury to the tree. The J..ii\d 'Commissioner,
'prevent any suffering.\ The principal distress: most mixing' the !kerosene T II K K EGMONT '
peojile. "The river ppora'on' ) '! side said, practicable way ;
is settlers who had, purchased their noire cor. Bcuih and I :N-veMh. :Sts.1tf .
among and water is to them together in bucket
put u
: I FLA.The .
land of the Kansas: Pacific. 1ulll'llallllll\\: "filled me with wonder, as I sw ,iie river till the syringe with water, then syringeit FIms'-\XI, __ _.. .. .__ __ _._ __h' __ _
d'r :fJ t'tlrut.-ItI./oa''I! 'iI 'r'.'. swi. tiii'ng' with its hinting; ) popula ,loii-.TdO-: back into the bucket forcibly then ;quickly
Leading Hotel of the South II. E.! DOTTT.RKR.l : : .
3410-Nmm)1 human' beings: it is recko.ied, who live refill the syringe and apply to the tree.I \
F011EM3X NOTES. in their )b distinct hope I he results of any experiments that And the most Elegant( in all its appointments
entirety IIU 1. They are a
may be tried will be reported' to the department Heated by Steam, Lighted !by Gas,
commit'lily. It I is supposed' t ,attlal'YI'rlthe of agriculture thut they may he incorHiruted Hot and Cold Baths, Oral Anunciator Fireplace .. ERNANDINA: ) FLORIDA.DiI.KK .

I + l'n'rrtxGq'itirt'f .4rinlii 1/1 l'fIj.r.-Tlll. descendants: of rebels, who were compelled { in my rincj report. ) in every Room, Ac., Ac. Practically

!total amount expended for" military and. by an emperor of the Pl1o\t: to be thus cut olF The professor:I reports t that he has been Fire-Proof. Fire Hose:! on every floor, anil : IN .

1 naval: purposes: by the /five great powers of from communion with their fellowmen." warmly rl'l'l' \ :wherever, he has been and special accommodations for Families and. Fine Family Groceries

Europe during the year 187!) is $
Twelve othyr! European: st-ites have expen 1id loins I.w'B.-Thl. Comstock bv the association AND .
Entjlish English premierpropnssS For parties remaining a week or longer
1 $_50HiOoitK( ) forming the vn'c !sum' total: A futherlengthy) dlscu'Iliion'UII entered
to reform the land laws in PROVISIONS.;
!:! u manner EGMONT: COACHES at Boat and :
of $7.JO'O'\ () expended l'on war malerial: : Into bv a numher of the members in regardto every
so radical and sweeping as to alarm even fertilizers.!. The matter of analysis!C of soils Train. Rowing, Sailing, Fishing and Hunt ,
and war ri'pnnttion] of different kinds. ardent Liberals food ing in the Inlets, Sounds and on the Isles of '
; only Republicans! such as and necessary plant wus thought could
With the exception, of Austria each ono of be hest learned by adopting some means of the Sea Sportsman's: Paradise. First-class
and Dilke '
Bright regard the measure with Livery Twenty-four miles of the Finest Customers: can rely upon getting CHOICE
: the leading; nation has Increase I its: military : securing un agricultural chemist: and a botanical
entire and cordial
satisfaction. Three darling VV mrld. Shooting
Beach in the ( Bowling Alley
expenditures: largely during the last! fourteen garden in Florida, resulting; in the following Billard Room Vc. ,connected GOODS, asNOTHING
) abuses! are to be done away, which the resolution : Gallery, (
( 1111.11'1 !still' adding to its with the Iouse. A, L. MELLEN: : ,
years, : expensesof conservative Englishman has been wont to regard Moved: that a committee of three be appointed -

this description, and thy total public d'-bt as the very bulwarks of the aristocracy, to, confer with the trustees of the :LU-tf? _ ___ .__ Proprietor.__ : BUT TIlE FINEST BRANDS{ )
of Europe hns nearly doubled during the agricultural college fund, us: to the best use:'
and consequently PS essential to the gloryof JACKSONVILLETRON
to be made of t.time funds: in their hands.
t same period.,; The military !burdens: borne Old : The law of Ken
England. primogenitureis Committee-Dr. C. J. worthy, F. L. in

by European: countries they feol to )ho immense I : to he abolished ; the system of entail is Dancv, 1>. II. Elliott.; : AND BRASS FOUNDRY: are kept' stock.BTREETY .

but no one hopes! for immense I Adjourned to Thursday, 8 p. m.
any "
also to be abolished, so tftiat it shall he rendered IIROTIIER,

r i reduction of such expense at the !present: impossible to tie up land through the JACKSONVILLE, Feb :$>, 1880. AND

time. An armed truce prevails:!, and in the who lies in the C. J. Kenworthy, president in the chair ; )
and excited state of min man quietly churchyard; I). 11. Elliott, secretary. MACHINE SHOP. F'ms'nIs'' : : .\, FLORIDA,
agitated timepuhlic
and lastly, the existing legal costs and the Heading of minutes of preceding meeting .

.ifi ( of Europe slight causes! could easily !bring difficulty of acquiring land are to be so postponed.! Standing committees of the association .

about desolating wars.: In Germany a bill changed that an absolute itle to landed not prepared make reports. He- MM'FACTl'REIM: : AM!' RALERS IN

I h now pending in the imperial parliamentwhich ports of special committees were heard! and
I property can he conveyed at an expense of approved. The following officers were T. J. MURPHY: PROPRIETOR.STEAM .

provides for an increase of the only a few shillings. elected: Stoves, Heaters and Ranges,

"standard peace footing1' of the army, and Stealing! his enemy's thunder is hy no C. J. Kenworthy, president.E. .

t the proposed increase: amounts to liily percent :. II. Hart, vice-president.
device with Lord
means: a new 11. H. Elliott, secretary ; C. A. Choate, TINMI SHEET: IRON WARE,
than the entice
more military (regular) "
I' ; Should he succeed in this instance, and timearistocracy assistant secretary; I). H. Place, corresinmding ALL KXD8ULL: MACHINERY :
force of the United States. All the other
of Englsnd: consent! to ring out secretary. BUILT OR REPAIRED., :
V l great powers are making similar }preparations the knell of their own doom, he may obtain Dr. G. W. Davis: treasurer ROOFING AND GUTTERING.: :

for war, and all of them\ profess: that they lease of Executive; Committee. I. Bidwell, T.
a long power. Limier Win. Edward; G. II. Norris
C. ,
y need additional forces: and must: levy additional Should he succeed, his aristocratic friendsor Standing committees to be appointed'utsonio

i l taxes, in order to keep the peace: their children may have 'the pleasure: of future time. AND STRICT Pt-NOTALiTY is TUB RCLK. Just received-a large consignment of

It t A ]Dinquletinii Jitjwrt from O'rllkllll-Thl' reading in his memoirs left hy him to he The WHEREAS following, A resolution resolution was passed adopted by ;our distance will receive careful Stoves. The "COOK'S JEWEL" is appropriately -. ,
Orders from
: I recall of Prince Hohenlohe, the German /published (a hi Talleyrand! ) thirty '('a-lur.'r!: legislature:! in reference to the agricultural attention.a .J \
and nanutl
prompt -it i is a jewel. We
I I ambassador at Paris, though officially explained hisdeath, u slinging narrative. of thestupidityof college fund of Florida is now pending for will not

as proceeding only from u desire on his supporters, }portrayed with as merciless the consideration!! of congress ; and, whereas SHOP : BAY ST., NEts: :: THE SHIP YARD, be undersold.
believe said resolution was and is
j' the part of Bismarck to have the aid of such : and unsparing!' ridicule as he is fond of we the 1 ly !SECOND ST. OPPOSITE
uncalled for, and antagonistic to agricultural dec7.if Jacksonville. Fla. __ ; 0.
I a tried colleague in ciTccting certain import' lavishing upon the weaknesses his enemies. interests, of Florida, us far us it peeks to -. .- --- -- -

I ant reforms, is regarded as likely to di>turh, ,divert said fund from its original puri oses ; COIIE.V UUOTII.UH'l'OI' (a. F. AVERY,
I to pome extent, the relations bet wi"'n Germany therefore, be itHrfolred
FLOKlit PRESS ASSOCIATION. l>y the Florfdit Fruif-Grou'rnr' At/"-
and France.; But it i is so in th'-so
easy ,
ri'ttinn in r'IIdiml"tIlfMecl That
f The annual meeting of the Florida, Press we pro-
days tJ excite alarm. The exambassadorit tot against any interference with the ugh-
A"'s'<>c'.aMon: was held in Jacksonville
on .
cultural fundof! Florida indicated
known as Wing friendly tu peace, and in college us T\RY, nOUHHU'( :; ,
of Thursday hH,'. The following officers were by said resolution of the legislature, and\ 1VEHY AND BOARDING STABLES.CARRIAGES : :.
his new position as secretary state
cletetdforthe t ensuing: year : that we solicit our senators and I representatives 41 .'SD13 BAY STREET: ,
for foreign; alFairs, ItUll'l'II.tll'nll'il'dHln! ; in congress to use their influence to let : : ; AND WAGONS
1'resblent-1I. B. Me'amllnnm.fleePresidentC.: .
cellor, his influence in favor of maintaining! l:. Dyke. the! fund be appropriated and applied us JtirltMoiivillc Florida.
of : bo exerted originally; enacted by congress.lifstlted To and from teumers nnd Trains.CONTRACT .
i the peace Europe may moreKjwerfully Secretary Tn'asur'r-U.. n. Elliott. :
the and
I Executive: ('ommittwII. That l president: secretaryof .
and happily) than before U-KIII Babcock -
| association communicate immediately :* FOR
Daniel )({'.\ll'ln, John .\ Whitlll' ', )r. F.McCook our HAULING, Err
the mind of Bismarck and the sovereign.Chinese with our delegation in congress, making
and (: IVatt : TO.
George ORDERS l'IWII'TI.YTnXrnn:
H I known ishcs! in the and k
i our w : premises > FOR SALE :
.. :Mrs.( ( : A constitution ami -- --
""/ / Gray, an English!! bylaws were adopted. i I
that the suuie' be submitted for the favorablemoderation
: gentlewoman, who resided! in Canton form 11etoltrd'l'hatthisa stmeiati +u rquesPtour < .! of congress.: MRS. AXXi: CLARKE, HORSES: 111'Gl IIi$, HARNESS,

fourteen months and was a welcome guest in repTsentativfs in con-jrross: tit tmitmrt the Alter several sj>eeches favoring the "spiritof '
bill I Tt'l'l'nth'lntrutlu 'l'i1 into the ('ARTS
< by 8T., WAGONS.Descriptive : .
: t private houses and !saw t the life of the (Kopleto Mr. "'urc1llf Ill'nuis, placing; printing l jvipef, the resolutions, the association adjournedto.Friday l'IUHH .

:t'. much greater advantage than it ordinarily .t(., mi the free list! and ulso that they endeavor evening! same place, ut 8 p. m.SHERIFF' -. FERNANDINA: : n.I'FaLER ....\., _t 't'TEItMS) l f'\ 11..,..' ,

F to Rerun the uholiilon: of (he duty .
I has
) possible to foreigners prejuinsl a very on tyjKi} and }printing material, and that the NAM IX THE pi""Otlke and :Stable; -Fir t Street, near

i Interesting volumellkle: up of careful and lI'r'hlThe instructed to rend a copy, etc., VIRTUE OF AN: EXECUTION' 1S- n )m :Street; Wharf.

r candid! observations among the people of to each: of our representatives.I BY ' , Canton, written to her family and friends at :.,. o/rtf, That each member of this association Judicial Circuit, in and' for the County of -

I I.: In her lx>ok given to the world nlltlfthl' secretary of any mancoil.plianre :s'1IS.uUI.rhLl., in favor; of t Sanborn.: lloyt k (, )NI'E:("riONERlETC.( A. R. XOYEK,
home. with contract, on the }part of advertisers I it:: t'u., and against James lAnk ft:: Sons; 1 ,
be says Chinese! materiaU for food : "In or their agents, and that the secretary have leviod upon, and will otter for sale atpublic : SHIP
I the provision: shops} you see strange sights notify all other members of th1II.'IIl'i:1t1o" Imkrin. front of the Court House, Bliss Garden Peed, Flowers 7tfW. GROCEIts'D i

"* noticed dried cooked of "'such action in the City of Fernandina, said nU1I1toC Garden Implements._.:._ 1
have rats
L '.&_24.r.- Jn some The tllowing; authorized their names enrolled :Nassau, (IIi the tint Monday: moil, is.>iO, i
Jogs 'flesh, ducks' bills, edible birds' nests: and became members the! association being; tho Filth day of said muntim" all the K. DAV KXICJIIT.WHOLES ProviMionn, Liquors

and every variety of meat and fish The : O, K. Turner, O, E. Dvke, ('has. .\. right title and interest of James Leak & Sons _>vucxT. Ele.AOBCT .

'. latter Is a disgusting! tight, since, to make it Finley, Daniel! McAlpin, E. Di: Boggs.Adjourned. in the following described real and personalprojKTty : VtE AXP BETAILBUTCHER ,
( that is : lots 3. 4,5, G and 34, in AND STOCK DEALER:
when cut is b'ueared
', look fresh, each piece block I nuinlxT 4, being in the City of Fer- FOR B. F. AVERY A CO/S
t over with blood. Nothing i is washed by the! PaLSIIENTUtvts'valentine; MKs: ( (Columbia nandina, County of:Nassau, Florida tl'r"lth- ANDDealer I'LOw5 j jCCTTRC

thrifty Chinese; all and ever/ part of un : er with the .steam saw mill, futures: In Ice.

J ly reckoned by them as good tu be hI said wouldn't, ask again: chinery, on said lots, and the water .privileges TENNESSEE: BEEF; SPECIALTY. '
I, animal :Nor take the same chair twice-but then wharves, Ac.:: therewith appertaining.Terms WHARF STB[ T,
eaten;' Tis leap year, dear Columbia, now, cash. PETER CONE BBOOM STREET ,

.# Mrs., flrar* wao had found\ IMinie the And if 'omi 11 asks I'll break my vow," :27-td Sheriff Nassau County, Florida. 19-tf FERNANDINA: : : \, .5:: tf nR: .\XJJs'FL.: ..\.


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:FLORIDA MIRKOK.; for their homes .on Saturday, and Jacksonville I M.IKIXK II. 4. ItAKKK: A: IlltO., Till FLOKIUA

wears her Usual: look. Every: imtcl and I t
:;:--: : -- '. .
--- 1'01 of Fernandlna.
: boarding house in the city was ('rwtlt'd1,1; O\\' IMPROVEMENT: COMPAXYFernaiidliia :
--..- .. -. ---.- Home visitors amid not obtain accommodations. HIGH WATER
Wl'llnt'oI,111MllrdI3rtl..O.31! A. M. 0..">!)t r. M. i 9115 Pearl Nt., New York.
: ) FLORIDA. Thursday: 4th..l.37 A, M. 2.0G: ( p. M.

The engine contest for a gold medal wn Friday, oth..2.1.'> .,. \(. 3.lfl p. M.

---H70A7iV/U...-=- -=- ',. .MARCH-' : ,. ,. .:,...1SSO..:: -.-_.--: won by the :Mechanic[ tire engine ; they made i I' KNTEREH.Fob. -: M.ttt.trrtREIoA orTO1titESTlat'SS 'I
a fine display in quick work in getting Towns", on It. It. JJne, t
8VHSCKIPTIOSJ AXXUM. tip :28? Sch. )H I'. ;/. /i.iif, S. L. .'111kl'''- .
" t'al11I\ncl throwing water 100 feet, the time .
: : :: :=: ::= ;:::= berg, Now York. And ( .Ior KejOffers -. 1.6.0
;We lone established a 1lusines.Ofee at the being one and three quarter minutes.In : March 1, Sch. Ularliafif, II. T. Webster,

joist office, 'trader the charge uf Mr.V.\$ F. Wood?, the pedestrian; contest on Friday, in New York. : -.. )J
Jr., 1'lm will(rereiresabseriptwn./ advertisements CLEARKD.Fob. : .
and other favors for the MIRROR, and who always the two-mile heat, some three or four :2S.! gt'h. Jennie F; Wiley, ('. W. Chad-: to Lessees nnd Purchasers: a large i}
hns the paper VH tale. l persons (entered and the race was won by wick, New York.

_. .. .. ---.' Tobis, making nineteen miles in three hours March 1, Str. .",. Johns, Vogel ('harh, t"n. number of the most eligible and desirable!
Ibyt-ajice Xotlee. forty-four minutes and seconds. :March 1. I'h.'rllir Trent, (C. ,l.llu\\l'hii.l) oici\(; r. 'I'nlaXlTln: : :, suitable for Business
forty-one adelphia.March. Ixits, Purp )!sc.s, or for

Office //owl-*From 1'1:00M: to 7:00: p. M. The attractions of the exposition this: year 2, Sch. //.\\ I"'. 11. City or Suburban: Rcsideiicws, I

Money Orders and Registeied Letters from were of a larger variety than we have ever (Philadolphiii.
8:00: A. M. to 1:00: I'. M. ; and inun _'::00 p. M. seen before. The display of fruits and vegetables :March 2, ."C.,. LIIJ.lllfI, J. V. MoGowen, i .iidcr FormtPa m'Go ,. FoircsU-i.} .) UPON EASY: TERMS.:
to X.'M:: p, faint I0o0 11JO Doincrario.
M. Sundays : to : A.
M. and I 3:30: to 40:;& i>. M.Altlnv.IL : were noticeable t for their line quality, TilE Florid-t; arrived tin Sunday II1nrlltnb Liberal Discounts on Values a'lowcd to .
I und a great amount of native products were with a full pissongcr and eight list.
AND ItKPVRTl'RK: or T1IK MUL8.Northern .
Mail-Arrives dailj at 10:;>0 A, M.Closes on (exhibition THE City (Itridtjrton land n fair list of passengers : Pronout! cod by Orange (Growrra; the very parties engaged in ntinufacturing; or industrial

: :3:00: r. M. on Sunday morning for points in the otuorprisos, who will erect 1'lIlllc prop- i
ft'0jfrH J/ 7-Arriu* 3:30; : p. M. Medal Presentation. interior. substantial
C't! I ses 10:00: A. M, The following correspondence \\ explain Tit Estecuneranti'l.r) 'k'iottI'.I1. Ward. ortpurchasetl : improvementsfor

M. .1[(",!,'s and, Trct,ter'a WH Mull- itself: arrived Sunday, February 2!Ht th\ from Savannah Rest". Manure 4'or the OriuiRC. Tree I II I residence, nr in which to conduct theirbusiness. (
AJ: rives Tuesdays: and I Fridays at 2'H:: p. M. with :20 passengers.TIIK ; : ; I
Ma.1V, .\. ft-hoots .
I.I1t"I'.i: : '!/ : :
Ilure.< Mondavi and. ) at f.iW ,
: Tliur-d.ijs : Ic. steamer City of liridijctoii, ('apt. Fitzgerald -
N.tssvr Cor.vTY, 1'i.v., rVb. :20 I isso.: (
...'/. Mill '' (; OllllArrives l INDUCEMENTS: \ TO MANUFACTURERS ( :
; ,1 .1., / lear Air The fellow- arrived on the same day: from Sa-
: paitiality I fillY
(i.llllll1\llIlId! and Thursdays FIValit 20::1I0.111.: ) teachers whose names: I attach! has assignedto \annal\ with IM passengers.M: I by exemption for a term of years from -
Tuesdays : p. M.
me the pleasant duty of delivering to II
Wed.i'sdaysandS': : tMys! at 0.00: .l. 1I. the enclosed/ medal presented by them as you a l.nO( I\\'I'IOX. II I taxation, "]rend by the several' cities nnd
Close* Wodn-sd,
Tuesday ,
testimonial of their appreciation\ \ of your I towns. Apply toOlicecnr.ltaell ,
M Onl. .
FrilaIIlIel :Sa'nrdavs at 2:30:: ) p. M. \ :.
labors in 'wIt'IIf Public :Schonls'andas 1.'OIUn4''I.U'S:!' CUII.I.J-'rl'' : 1.\.
::;.Ul'l. T. IHDhELL) 1 1'. M. especially! commemorative our of the successof Ft \NMNA: FLA., March 2.? I$SO. .$ "-( fi 7th sts., Uornandinn.o. .

our first Teachers' Institute organized Notice i is hereby I given to the tualllicdvotcis | MIHI.N: ';
LOCAL REFLECTIONS through; your exertion Asking your acceptance of the city \>f Fernandina. that the --- 'n

.-. -.- and wi"hill,11; n long l Ii fe, full of I Annual Klection torotlkvrsufsaidl'ity. \ ( will o. N. >AKIS: "
I hlltt.\.lolI\ lolI'I.Itill'! Fifth day of :April.IMSII ,
honors 1 11111I."I'r
Tilt: :-i"I'1: of; M. Joseph) \ will hold a fair ) truly
the ( 'it'undl Knnnis
C. A, KEY.Secretary : at on Thirdstreet FIIH EVJRFIRM: CR-H,
after Lent. :: First Teachers Institute, between The hours ol s .\. 11 1. and
Nassau s\iisct on said day\ And the followingotlifors ;
Tilt: Nii!':sau delegation a* representatives : County. of the city will then amt there bochosen

to the Fair have returned. CALIIVN: FLA., Fell IM.MR. l. I-:;.+u. by a Vole ;of a majority: tin* Mites .
y Prepared nn scientific principle to pmtluco -" ot.
...-. Jln'llllt said ( .It.t.tioll'it.; : ;" (
: C. A. KEY: .'rrrrhrrrJ'ir.+1 Trarlifrs' In'Ktitiitf }
THE LOVISK J'olllmlltroUl'l': .md the XatMit( OmlItf"0'/',. ; One 31 I.'OH.t'i a (largo yield {per acre.ALI -'T-\" y I
Everett family will give our city a call !so . _. I,1r'r : I confess: to some embarrassment One CITY CLERK: and TREVSI-RKR! : Cot
-- at the reception of so flattering a testimonial One CITY \1.-\llollI\t.llllel: T\x (COLI.KOTOR:
new passenger depot i is uearly.eoraa- medal FLA.
us this handsome gold presented One AKSESSOR, d
'plcted, and will be quite an ornament to bv the teachers: of Nassau county, Given under my hand and :seal of the city DK\LEIW) hand! 1 1l'onstauttly
O is on
that PO 7tion of the city. and find it difficult to fully express my appreciation tho 2d. Clay of llarch,1S0! ,

of the same. NOKMAN BHOWXSOX, Mayor, i MFTAI1I, IC! iIUit1.IL! (' .tSl H i iWOOII
OUR Infantry were highly !spoken of by Hoping that your earnest: labors, may '['\'n'iEn: Di'LiMi, City Marshal.Murch PHIME AGRIClM/riTRAL( (' CHEMICALS, ,
make our 'public schools effective- all the : ] 3;{-t1..
:several citizens nt Jacksonville as the best good t fir which they wore desigiii'd. and thatto ) COFFINS, J

behaved und orderlyomptitly in attendance ('alIlIe!! of you 11I1h allotted n goo.llyshare O. tie OAK KM: 5Uh1'itATI.lMMON: I:1, i I'
In HONewllo.I'Ulllllt anti other wands.IJnderlnkery' .
nt the Fuii-: of ! .. I am your, very t tr V, { i AXD( BIMLDEK, "/
THE: tllfl{ rvit ('llolrl.1ll'l'f.t societies of the W. A. UIONEY.: COXTIL\1'OH :NITRATE SODA( Goody! i

city were out in grand procession, accompanied The l1\t'lallre"lIl1..I.! which wi luivc s had M\M'F.\CTrRK.s: Masonic mind other Jrnt.ll'III1ltrmlI:4: ::: and
1 :t band of music, on :Mondayevening. the pleasure of ln', ecting, i is a very hnnd- :MOltLDlXS' ;, I11L1CKE1'SS.11Vi'l) AND SUPER PHOSPHATE:\ : LIME:, Kobes.EMBALMING: ,.

i wore one, find] Liars' its face the following TURNED RALVH'I'F,11t1:11'11.5: I I
THE price of paper continues to rise. \\ I
saw piece of the :stuff( high up !in the air the WEATHERBOARDIXtUsuFLOOR: Bodies exhumed for removal. Safety guar J
other day tied to a string, with small boy And upon the reverse, the following : ': attended to. l
attached to the lower end. ,\.. A. :MA HONEY, : MURIATE: OF POTASH) Orders by mail or telegraph will receive !'

:MR. W. B. THOMPSON: has been npi>ointed FROM THE Superintendent TEACHERS or, NAHSUTCSoiJNTY. :- MakesStair and Church WorkA prompt 2.-Remember' attention that I am opposed to high I I

agent for the new steamer Florida at this SPECIALTY. 5Uf,1'1LITH: MAGXESIA: prices.OFFICE. .
place. We congratulate; this steamer .on This pleasant incfdent I is the best evidence ; IN SANIIORN t HOYT'H OLD STORE:, t
securing the services of so worthy a gentleman. that could be given of the efficiency of a -- __ 41NIl11NTRLII. ,
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OF} ALL SIi:5.

-- .- -.. .. -, most.worthy officer; and. his- friends: throughout Post,! Office. Box 174. Ntrlctlr Pier Ground Done. MACK INE:

THE' low tide of water on Sunday noun the county, as well ns the friends of education I- _jan4 -_ _.,..J-ernandma:: FlaMNCRIEF WORKS.R. .

caused the City of Rridgeton some little everywhere, will join us in our sincere HOUSE.

trouble in leaving her dock. The Florence congratulations.! Our circulars give full particulars' and ar eI' POND: PROPRIETOR.

rendered her assistance! : without any serious BY11:4.| : :: BUFKINGTON, mailed free to all applicants. They will interest < .
Jtargalnst ttaraalns! In the City you if you are interested in Agriculture t. 1
mishaps.:- .. CORNER: OK l'IS.NI': FORSYTII STREETS: ", Culture. "
-- Mart. or Orange IMim(
----. -_ Shop situated: minutes' walk west of Depot} 1
TUE weather for the last. few days has: beenso Grand clearing out sale for the next thirty JackNoiitillc, Fla. j
warm that a large number of northern days. All the entire goods: now on hand& at ;-iI' T II Y -ir, JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA ,'

visitors have returned home. The ."?. Johns an immense sacrifice t on account of retiring TERMS 81.50 AND <2.00 PElt DAY, ll llMANL'YAL'TURhR
from business.! M. DOWNKY.Fob. .
for Charleston last week had quite n heavy( : W. LOHMAXX'SFAMOUS
A. i
.. According to Location: of Rooms.TUIIS ; OK

passenger list.I .
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SPRING, gentle spring, is now upon us. Henpenl'fonlla: )' October 20th. Pupils WELL-KNOWX: HOUSE: IS CEX-: .

The busy little martin anti the festive gnat received at any time and at the usual rates. ]located, and 'having boon renovated Prepared- Flour. IRON FRONTS AND FEXCES: :
now hiunmcth and I sing in the air. Our iNlets To the citizens of Florida this Institution! throughout will he kept( as a first-class! i

are thus reminded that it Is "spring' ( time and affords every facility: near home for the house. The Proprietress( having had oxpericncc For Dwellings and Cemeteries! latest. designs." I Ii
thorough education of their daughters.; both North anti South will spareno
our columns are always oju'ii{ fur their little pains for the comfort: of 'her patrons in ONLY FIVE: CEXTS: { PER POUXD.JMf also have the largest assortment of MACHIXERY .
(a\01'14. Some More making the house homo-like as any in the : PATTERNS; : in the State:: and
--- -- -- Of thoss nice French Broadcloth and city. :33-tf -- can (ill most! any order without parties }pay
Pt>rBollfl'. .. for the
----- ---- -- --- -- -- ---- extra expense} of patterns"
Tweed Coats: still on hind, and will be sold
J. X. Ilarrinun, Esq. :Manager, and Gus- out much below cost, by WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr., AT OLD I'\ O. BU1LDIXG.H. ( My Machine Shop is" furnished with the
.._ ._ latest tools
Improved :- which enables
-- -- - -- my
tave Leve, Esq., General Passenger Agent of oet 1H M. DOWNEY.Itasaenaer .
workmen to turn out work with the Jr'lIh.ttlcspatdl "
the popular Georgia: and Florida Inland ES ImA I, XEWSDEALER, IIITZKWOLLKK: and ut the lowest cash (lfl('('. ;
Steamboat Company, (steamers Citynf Bridijelon List. G Agent for the WATERTOWX: STEAM:
CITY or BRIDGETON. II Goodrich and ENGINE:: : ('0., and can furnish their EX-:
and. David Clark,) arrived in our city on BOOKSELLER: STATIOXER: : ; FLA.
wife, Col Ituchert. Mr. Brown and wife, G TACKSOXVILLE. O1XES: BOII.lm.111I1. SA11'-)IILLt4 ut the i

Sunday last. ---- -- -- \\' Suchpost( Mr Porter and lady, :Mr Casanova Dealer- In Fancy Article- Q very nhortost notice.
State Fair "oteA. Mr Campbell, Mr Shaw, II Crkbtoao, Also" JUDSOX'S: CELEBRATED: STEAM:
Mr Harper, J N Harrman Gustave Leve, CENTRE' STREET GOVERNORS; und K OWUS': STEAM;
: FERXAXDIXA: ) FLA. Black' Silk, 00 ('., warranted nil silk.
The Fair grounds: were well policed, and :Mr ne'IHlhlIr 11 ai U'tfIr: Green, for Fer- PUMPS; ( kept constantly on hand, and sold

no gambling was allowed. nandina, and 31 for {Pints in Florida beyond. The best: $1.00' silk in the U. /S. ut Manufacturers1 I }prices, freight/ added. J

The Fair closed on Friday evening, after STEAMER FLORENCE: Feb CJth-J.:? K Clark For further information Price !Lists Cata tI' I
the awarding of the premium! and wife, G M Monroe. I T Collins" (> F Mil- Shelf' Pawn( Picture Frames, Brackets: Summer Silks at 50 I'., (I(1/ c. ; host oI..t... logos etc., address F. R. POND. '

The fine and t-rand wife, (C F Powell J Edwards: und Ijtinns, Croquet' Sots, Hand (Glasses; : Coml., ,I -'.-.(?.. !!x._;iC n5Jacksonville-- _. Fla.__ ",
races were very some magnificent Matting at I He. 1iIlIl'YIt 25 c..VJO ---
A L ;
wife, John Lynch Eichelbcrger: L I) Brushes etc. Papeterios in rt'atuil.ty..

running and trotting was done. Kellogg, I lleach. Also Sewing Machine Needles, Oil, etc.Clipptr ." ( Blue Flannel Suits, at $0 to $12.J: (AltItKTT 1I.lCNES.H"UWWUU' I

The exposition buildings were brilliantly STE.IMERFURESCE, March 1st.-J Itanhcek !( Inkstands! ,_7.5 ( lIt.!.. ____ ::,
and wife, MrsGritlln I Mrs Wm Clemary, (,' Money! refunded if nut satisfactory. [21'tl -
illuminated each: evening; wiih the calcium _.. : J
and'lourdeck .AJii: : A UIK.M) '
P Clemary" S )1 Frame, M W Hell, 1
lights. : passengers.Hotel" JVANMAU COLLKfiKYOUXG : ,
:Mr. C. W. DaCosta: i-f the Sun amd frets: : AND COXFECTIOXERS: : :, Paints and
INDIES: Lubrlcatlag .
office, was awarded the premium on job Arrivals.WJMONT Fon ,


THE amusements on the grounds were Dud II Hersey and wife; Minn; E A ilrown Cigars, and Tobacco, "
numerous, composed mostly of side shownand and wife, St Paul; Mrs Chas Will Miss A E A Thorough KiifcllMli: Kducutloii.Hpooial -
nm.-ic. Tocomb. ISiMton; Wanlen, and wife, Val. TOYS AXD l'SCYUTWU*: .. FOR
I : \flJSTII:
I cotta; Thu W Ht'uttt.'u, )1i1"1t ISI Scoitten. I a lvantages In 1'AlNTlNOand DH\W.
'apt. Dayton gave a grand exhibition on Miss Julia l't.'rl'erlIchitulli: ; fjj.'f I': Hmith, Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics, MiHicund! .'IIJ:: ('JI.'ur t
the river opposite the Fair ground on Friday JII Iurl'he, 3Irs It H Cok, It U CHlk, furnished. at the' *'hortc notice, at rook-bot' 1')1(0} <"irouhin, a ldritwItev. MARVIN'S SAFES: ',

evening. luck Haven, Mass; 0 (! )McKenzie Chicago; tom (prices, at ; : J. H. MYEItS.Fernandina MARVIN'S .\ ..\ MONEY DRAWER '

The baby contest was won by the ci ht. T V ]Bo.tun, X Y; H W White, wife anti I .ANGEL'S: BAKERY: __ !...Fla.:: I (O'rkuI.t...',.) ,
sister, Cleveland; \\'m S Corn New York; i Vntre Street,

month old daughter of Mr. C. 11'. West, ofJacksonville E Hcnjamin, Cincinnati. ; W J Sibley and I :.3 __ _/llq(I._old. .I'. o. .nuiltllnj(. METROPOLITAN: DINING WOODEN: JACKET: SHIPPING ('.\N.S "
; the judges being all newspa- wife:, J W Sibley, W ..hinbrtun, D C; :Mr and Jtc 0OM1',
il I IN e l' Williams. Miss Kate Mallory, N Yi; JAMKN' McCJIFFI.V, _. f
tier :Miss S] W 1'almerIr and Mrs Mosey Kimball (Opposite the Post Office ;.S Tuft:'. 'SIN WARE.I"R .1
The music department of Ludden & Bates N ,) ._.
:Miss X X Kimball, hiss L Kimball GONTlt.teTOIt .\ D IITILDER: --- -" ---'
Savannah, was:: represented by :Mr A. B. Boston; Mrs J A Ilfjbinson! and maid Xew EH. I10JH PROfRIETOR.: : .
York Mrs C E Groesback, Miss H M Van. ,za'Tin ( > and Uutterill;: h" skllhdl.
Campbell, of Jacksonville! and some very ; Alachua Street, between Second and Third, work IIII'llAt low rates *
HantToonnl MLts L Clark Wm ICobijn .
fine instruments: were on exhibition.The PIMVATE( AND TRANSIENT BOARDIXG.B .
J Minis, Savannah; Win Cochrun It Etting, .FERXANDINA.\. i
number of visitors to the Fair 1 it estimated Philadelphia; H )Mournaille 2 children,nurs
to he larger than ever Ietiu'and and bal y,Mrs L Harper, U Leve, Sew York; Order, and estimates from a distance carefully suit customers. 17-3m
from all accounts we presume exposition! L .Fbhbrun: and wife, Charleston; A C attended tA,. .. -'\-tf -- .--_ J.l'Kf'OS'JU.E'J.HUU} _\.
Hurston and wife Providence; E A Stevens NEW MANAGEMENT.Nlreneer : .
(this year woe a complete success in every and wife Boston; C L Porter and wife. Fall "',,. II. c. DURYEE: UNDER .. Sign'-.- of the Golden- Stove.: :Jtt-tf.. .
nssiset.t. HinT; J F Casanova, Geo W Campbell, Pa; house -
The art department i is well representedwith John Lynch Maine; Mrs Burnett and 1II.JIl. -EXERAL: : COMMISSION". MERCHAXT: : FOR RENT I
which T Jacobs, Mrs 11 Hrinkley) E It Pe. ST.: MARY'B, 0".1/81.14. : ; NICE ROOMS FOR< RENT:
magnificent: picture* ; among we Mrs J D Carhart, )lies Sunkh-y, New York. CENTRE ST., scut R. R. DKPUT, SEVERAL CITY MART, corner of Cen
noticed a handsome crayon portrait of Governor J. \\ THOMPSON, fIr the Koamarge House, tre and Thin Strot-U.

Drew and one of Mr. J. It. Campbell, PKOFEMOB UILEY'S report on the cotton FERXAXDIXA: FLA.liny. White Mountains, proprietor. Also the second story above )ft'llllrsS'ddf I IA

of the popular St. James Hotel. worm has been published by the InteriorDepartment. Transient rates, KM per day. Liberal Bro., corner .Ash and Thin I Streets.M. : .
Corn, Oat. terms made to thuMf desiring hoard by Ha' DOWNEY,
;\early all the visitors to the Fair I
departed 1-tf week.
U If 32-tf; In the City )(art.

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\ THE. Supreme Court of,the State of Xew Co nF.xs'r: ) TI.1IK .\ItU I FJJmi )A CKXTKAL' : )(At.mAII{ ) ), 1)11.AND. nunUln'H:

York has dcdecd that J. C. .\'cr & Co. or
; Lowell, IIIM: the: sole! right to two the won}- OF TIIKATLANTIC. .1A"o \'JI.I.F.:, Fi\. Oct. 5, 187'J.I

Cherry Pectoral for for medicine,, and lui (If LI' it WKST:: IXDI 1 A THAN- : On 1\\IllIfh.r this. ilate Trains on this: loa! 1 I\TEI KIDNEY PAD
issued 1'. \'. RiHitnn: ,, 1 SIT UA1LKOA1V- r
: :\ nn injunction against :! will run as follows: :

1 of New York City! t'nr selling! ; Hushton's! TKNIXSl'LAll: I :: UAILUOAD\ MAIL AND! KXl'UKSH: DAii.v.( .) I
('I.r.KLIVER :!N
\ or't'herl'Y Pectoral ( 'uren''eror
Cherry other 1'ectoruy tie: of the name to deceive the ( ll]\'nMoA Jml/f".) Lca\e JncksoriNillc! ..................., 'r,0::: ) I'. M.. 1
any {
xncl'MUKKLANI AI'lT.Hlm.( {
public.) Tiii dcdsioii i of the high. court !ll' ) U nOlTI! :. Ix-a\e White.. House................
eludes: all dealers who sell any Similar arti : Leave llaldw( ............................. 7:00:, p. M., 1rIt.lllt.HlII.u: >fATISM; 1'OI'I'I'HIA) :; ; ,

l dl. .-1'urt Ji'fftrtuit:( I,. I. Isiulrr.AN ,;' fn rffrrt; 1'tlntMry, 8811.. Lcaxe! Datbyvillc i .......................... 7:2: ", I'. M: ,. 1'F1.11.1C1AKNISS: : : : :
Leave :Saudirson: .......................... 8.0"; P. :t.Leave ... :S1DEAC1IE: I:, IUL10US':\ COMPLAINTS::, and any Iisea) p1.,

urchin who had lipggcd; ; ; n penny of an ..lSc.80l"llI.. i I, OlusteO.............................. 8:4:11.: : :1., IJloodf !.
( Stomudi'
) old toper in vain rewarded\ ,I him with bibs Lea\e t1 It. Carrie......................... !Joll'; : M I., arising from Disorder: of the or

advice : Don't you carry thuthnse o' yourn Leave Atlanta, '(!ill.....,. -.1" n M.I Arrive Lake City......................... !iti.'K I;: ) r. M.. Liberal discount: isDealers.
I LIII\'C Macmi, (:; ;.".i ,i'. )It.L..a'c ....... 2:15 One Uollur. Sent by mail on receipt of p-iiv.
near to no powder factory, or they might L'a'c'c! Oak................... : \ M. rt- lrifo
t a turn the hose onto llruiiswKk, yer. I. rive I'Vrnaiidina, Fla................tU.l.i] .\. :M.Leave Arrive Albany............................10:15: A. M:r,,. . nr
I )Foriuindnia... '.:, ) .\. M. ....... .......... !0.00( ,.
TILE terrible state of aH'airs in Ireland i Arri\eSavannali\ ........ : t M No. West Hay Street, cortur Ocean
I increasing: : and more assistance: Ilea: i'l Arrive IKildwin, !I._; p. >t. Leave :Savannah .................. ........ JO::; r. M. : = : FLA.

'f> asked for.' 'Leave lialdwin Jacksonville... Lao:! I'. :M.Airivu Lease Albany\ .............................. 4.00;' ) I'. M. tf JACKSONVILLE: ,

Jacksonville Cuin. Itoute: ;.. '!.;., p. M. Leave 'Tall.ilius: ; : ....................... 5:15: : J'. :M,. I -

Leave Live Oak........................... :lI.i\l1.:
Leave Ualdwin! for Cedar\ l.. 0 M.I'I'I'C .
; THE BEST REMEDY Key > I' Leave Lake City ......... ................. :3.50: A. M. NURSERIES.
11'al11uJtulctiun P. It. U .. ".111'. M. ARLINGTON
f \ > I-cavc Mt. Carrie c: .......................... 4:1: $ .\. M.
AMCVuldi. 4.U I'. :M.
:: taavcOiuoleo; ............... ......... ...... 4:40.v.: M.
r ron I .lrrircOmintariue l I i 5.17 I'. M. Leave Sanderson' .......................... :5:20:: A. M. -

the Throat and Lungs S Leave I <>aincvillc i b.'M: r. M. IA./L\.l.II:1II\\.illc./ ........................ .i:;"i ,\. M. -

Diseases of Arrive' Cedar Key. I'. M. (Leave Italdwin\\ ............................. 0:10;;: .\. M. ROSES: I)IX;ll>-
Trains Jacksonville and North of It.iUliviii 1'Rlil'I''I'RE1S.: : ,
I to I.cure'hil(' Hon-e..................... 7:05: .t. M. TltOPJ.1L $11141 .SKMI-TICOl'K,
DYERS" In diseases:\ of the pulmonary dail)'. Arrive Jacksonville................... 7:50: ,\. M. PLANTS. I
organs n safe 001XO N011T1I.; l'OI'S a..II..IncanI.x smcrnsaiHi: I'LO\VIKIX
and reliable leinedy Is (Leave Cedar Rey..I.1:5.1, M. On Mall and }Express; Train:1c'I.Jtin:: Car

l' ; J ar I invaluable. A Kit's: \ Arrive (Jaineaville. 1'1.41:11.: run through;; to and from, .tack. twilit and .
. : .r I, CIIFKUY PWIOUAI. Is ucave! (liainesville, i 8.50 .\. M. :Savannah ; also Lucas :Sleeping- (Car' inn --

I. I such a remedy. and( mntlMr > ArnveI'aldn (\1'. It. K. Juuc.l...... i .4S A. M. through to ami from Jacksonville: and Tal
1 ) !
U'7 the confidence of Arrive B.lltlwill..i..l; .1; I'. M, : F.XPUKSS: : : (IUI.Y.) ,.)
I : the It is asdentitle --
public.combination\ : of Leave Jacksonville (Cum. Koute.11.15) M. Leave' Jacksonville......................11:15: ; A. M.

the medicinal piincUples 'Arrive Baldwin.................,.......12.U: :! r. sl. Arrive lialdwin ...........................12::>0 I'. M. *.. Send for. 1)eseriptive'atalognt.)
CHERRY and ennuiveir- Arrive \Fcrnandina, .................... :3:10$: I'. M. ..I.t.: : AIJIKllT I. IIIU\\I.I.: .
I tuesol: t'n- thiest! drugs I f LenviHaldwin\ t .12.10 1'. :M. Leave Fernaiidina....................1050:: A. M.
: : .
chemically I united, of rive Fcrnandina' 1.40 p. st.Lratc Leave Bal I viii ............................. I-1):: I)) P.::at.AriveJaekaunville 1 tf JACKSONVILLE, FLA.SANBOIIN .
(' I /I .ti. ,1 Iltldl011' a'41l1 insure: 1-Vrnainliiia. 5.15 p. M. : \ ......... ............ 2:35:;\ p. M. .
I i ,, \ I.'a\'(' llrunswick: ...... ............ 8.H( > i*. M.Leavc -- ---------- --- --
f i !r : the Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Keytake
I ueytanll tildonttlPECTORAL I : 3+ : 8.40 \ M.
S '. ffj. ('fc1 Arrive .Atlanta" < Ja. 1.15: I'. :M. this train. Xo train. from lialdwin to & HOYT

ItynfrPMlllt..Itatr'fkesat the) foundation! of allpulmonary Trains to ( Vdar Kc'1111,1 South of Itald Cedar Key on Sunday.CoXNKcrioN's. ,

relief win daily except :Sunday.l'iNISIU; : : .-At lialdwin with A., (1. itW. t
diseases, affording prompt CENTUE.VVIIOI.HSVLF. : {
SECOND S'r'Jtl:1'f1..111: .
[i. T. U. It. for Cedar Gainesville!
and rapid \:Olldli'lIelapft'l to patients! ofF : I : UAILUOAD) Key, .
palatable\ / and )Fernandina, and all points:\ North and,
F! atiyageoreithersex. Being very ( \!\I'"f//I /r"II'/' ) AND UCTVtl.
the youngest children take 1t readily. ,luordinary West ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Albany' ,
Coughs, Colds, Sore! '1'111'0111, U'UXU SOITII.: S Savannah and all'points) North and West ;
lironcnitls, Influenza, Clergy, in a n's Leave: Waldo Junction....:........... I li.ixi; A. :M. at Jacksonville with :St.: Johns Uiver Steam GRO'RItS H ii 11#* c-'II'\XUJ.I.nH.:

:Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup, and Catarrh Leave: Hawthorne. 7.40 .t. :M. ers. J. S. McKLUOY( : { ,
the effects of AYFK'S CIIEKKV 1',,('- Arrive tchloo-M. rl.ln.l.N. \\'. M.: ( DAVIHSOX Master Trartwp'n. AND KKVI.KRS' : : IX

IOIIAI. are magical and multitudes arc au- IIUINU ;MiUTII.Leave .. _Superintendent.JIAI.LOKY'.S) : __ I HUM'U. IBn.1: | | .t('. I IA
nually preserved\ from serious illness: by its 1 Loehloo: .lu.(>t) .\. M. I HAY,1| I C'OItV.: | I OATS !I | I I I

f 4: timely and faithful use.! It should l be keptat Leave Hawthorne: .....................1U.41A.: M. .
!II hand in every household for the protection Arrive Waldo .JUlll'tillll..1.l: 15 I'. M. -- --

I it affords in sudden attacks. In frdlllrdolll Loelilooxiaml return I JlII' LINK.Oiilj = :.
I Trains to : LH111.HTI'A: ; J
Whooping-cough/ and Consumption I LAUE! : STOCK OF FURNITURE: : M.W.US.ON;
t Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.l'ONNIC"PIONS': .
ellioacious I
I there is: no other remedy so
: soothing, and Ilt'lpful.t I : :2-9-I y11'inler I
Low iuduceme: to try Rome ort .
r pl'll'eolurl'!
I ATLVNrV. X, York -- -----
Dirt Line to 'w ----
e h.. many mixtures, or !svrutls, nude of cheapand I
ineffective ingredient, now ( lust (Miinecti.'u !i.< made lit Atlanta ia., .j Season! 1K70 mill<< IHHO. ('l l.t lt !. '.- 'O.V.i S.t 1'.% X X.111
and, from ail North, I'a"f.] Wot and -5J"'" .
\ tI.\'c'ollfaill. ( nn'l\rttlre finalities( to \points: : -I AND: FLORIDA)J:!
cnn aftoid I odv: teiniiorai.v, relief\ ,old. are Nonh\\i'xt! ( I daily. f:' V '- "
Mir" t 101 '\\1'\\" \ '" died disappoint I, : ( ill.-. patient.DISIMS \'' '1.\-'111;, 111., 7.! '" nJoIWIAlU: ( I FLORIDA[ SI'EAM: : I' \t 'X'Ef; : COMPANY.( )

f1 I ) ; ,.., III i hi' throat an 1! Uitin-t!: demand With I'miiis J'.nl'aitla: ( Columbus ( fa.; !. .k IIJI I TXI.AXW STKAMHOAT ('Oal l.',.. 7INTER: :SCEF.Dl:( : : ) 1 E.:

I SmileaiiIi i I .n,'rliwetrtattn'ult I I with unknown; mul it 1/1 cia and n. Montgomery, Mobile and, New: Orleans.: W'::fAn. ....'(; > 11\ .

4 cheap; "I'lIIS mcdU'iiU's experimenting t, from the great: liability that AT' naxv.M: : 1, FI,1, ., TIn FINK I HTF.VMKHS TIME: SCHEDULE( :, The new Iron, Palaeeteainer

theM diseases may while so trilled with, With Xew York and Fl''IIIIllilla:11'11111': :: 'lid'illtl Kffit; Tu"-, '-';/, Dreetnlifr .U. W.>. ST. JOIIXS.CAIT. .

1 become deeply seated or incurable. Use ship Line frn11lew York on Wedm-day, at WKSTKUN: : TEXAS,
A n:11'$ CIIKKUV: PK.CTORAL, and you: may I0.:>0n. III., mid, for New York on Friday, at ,'
4 results. It is a ( No; SEASICKNESSoOCEVX: ( \: = DAXOEUSTIIK ) ::
the hest ,
eonrtdently expect :i.40 p. in.; from Nassau, X. I'., on Wednc.s- CITY! OF AUSTIN; ,
i standard medical preparation of known and tlav ; for Xu.s.sau i X. 1'., Wednesday.. k f

acknowledged; curative power and is fine as \Vith Georgia and J-'lorida Inland .Steamboat CITY OF)) DALLAS.ASTKAMKU Jt3E l :
cheap as its careful preparation and Wednes.I
Co. from Savannah: :\ '-.
{ 1 ingredients will allow.' Eminent I physicians it !in their! 1111Frll1ay] ami Sunday ; f for. Savannah on 1 : OF ;THIS LINK: WILL ... 'So mw .
its prescribe
s knowing: Tuesday, Friday and ;Sunday. KVKKY: : I'll (TUS-
tent of half a. century hasproven : \'WI" \ LEO: VOfiEL,
practice. .The
itsahsolute certainty to'euro all pulmonary WHit ( 'lUlI'1C.t!." 0: >liiUMrnift.Myi': ( and 1)A \' for NKVV YOUK : and from Xivv YOHK, rrP'rrwr
) I O-
not already beyond the (Xty; J'ulitt) from Savannah and 'CliaiU( : J complaints tat ka and intermediate landings :St.: Johns
Wiilnesiluy and Sundav. : for Savannah: and Florida at 3 ;; oa
; reach: of human aid. I..m. t f and Savannah and (Charleston foli |
Charleston' Monday\ anti\ Friday. This Lim'-,' having no transfers to make : HTKVMKHS: : River : as -

Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., With Steamer t'luru daily to and Idol St.ilaryV : between Jacksonville. and New York, offers "('1.I'OF()) HRIIMJETOX( ," I iws :
( ( ia., and .semi-wcikly to and from Florida JOHN' 1o'IT From Fernandina for Jacksonville and
t the best and cheapest) transportation: ) to ( 'apt.\ (caIUI.I",
.\ 1 Practical and Aimljticnl: CliemUts, :St. il.-irj's: ; Hiver Ijindings.' shippers.Oranges) ) "DAVID CLARK." \\',1"ebruurv II 11.4.

Lowell, Mass. AT \UIWtX; FL.rital .'., ) will receive special care in hand CaptaillIlI', 1 IS.

BOLD BY il.L DRVGGISTH EVLHtWIlERE. \ ) 1'railI4for LIOak,'I'mllahussttand" ling. After having; undergone. extensive i repairs., :25.Fioiii .
-- -- all in Middle ami West Florida. ACCOMMODATIONS( )) : AUK: Fernandina( ) for ; ,
Suv-innuh and
--- --- )points PASSKXiKU: ; are now in FIRST-CLASS) :; : ORDER) : in every : Charleston

JACKSONVILLE:, PENSACOLA: ( ) AND I AT LOClll.OOSA KI.A., FllWT-CLASS. department, and will perform the iuiiil.'v I February' 2, :2 I'. :N.lfnmlav .
': I RAILROAD.M offered the advantages I F ilday, II With :Steamer J//I for all pointand The traveling/ public are OXLY INS( \\n:: ROUTE: SERVICE: ..
F I .VSTKH: Tin: Savannah with the t tirst-class: Steamshipsof )Monday lit' 2'r.
with all steamboats for till ut M.
( February :2, l.sso Jacksonville
and Haler M.m.lay, : .
; ?, Fl.\, Co. for New York FridayiMonday
the Ocean Steamship 20: I.1
Ocklawaha and p. M.
l'Olllr111 I1- the St. John's; ,
trains tif this run us points on ..
assenger... \..i..f.PASSENdER... With Staw Line f,'r Orala und :Tarn... :) on Indian Uivers, and with the Transit Ua'd- also: with Philadelphia! Ualtimore and Ho... \ .. 23.; 8 ..\. M.
"s llIlItIlr.'I.tI'I""a! and 1"IIII1rCIn'lI111; road at Fernandina for all railroad! stations ton Steamers.: ., Fridav!, ->7 4t II" A. SI.Monday .
\ : TRAIN'-EAST: : HOUND.Leave Lcahi and Tampa Tuesday, Friday and SunIlly ill Florida.FUEKJHT. MOIMI HOL'TII.David I ( March( 1,12JO: : r. M.
at... 2 (00 I'. M.
attahoochec..daily Ct'irkLeave Close connection made' \ with steamers fur

Ix-ave Ouiney...............: ...... 322P.M.: : AT1"KEY: : FLA., ( AND J PAS.SENOER::: RATES{ : ; :"':lIIllah...Monday AfterinMin.Thnrs-: Mfllonville ami E!: >tei prise, also with ntcam-
i Leave Tallahassee\ .............. ..... U 00) r. :II.l Steamship (Cn.'s Lin for 1XDIRECT ( ;: day Afternoon.Arrive ers for, Ocklawaha Rivtr; nUo ut Stvanluth1v'ith.ttauiersf.r :
Leave Monticcllo\ .............. ...... '7 10 I'. M. With Tallll'a, : / and TInmduy, LOWER: THAN BY Fernandina..Tuesday: Evening, Friday New York Philadelphia,
l Leave (I'recnville\ ............. ...... S ::1:11':: :MIxxiveMadison. Tampa: ( Mo'ul.iy andI'liursday HU of Evening.: I and Haltimore, and atCltarle'tontvitltsteam.
:. ......... ......... ....., U 2i: 111'. M i it 4 )p. m., and for Key West Sunday ? *'flrnhh; Ruti-s and ].> : leading City
Leave Live Oak.... ......... ...... 215A.M.' :I at United II( p, in.\States mud 11111111J.'u.t to'all piiintH.: of this Line I'uilctif.t, fromFERXANDINA Leave'.ava11rna11..Tuewday Aft with Northeastern and :South Curlo-

Arrive Savannah.,........... u. ......MOO) A.M. With the Key West, l Havana.ulm )rtt-Steumers: : to NASSAU: X. 1'., undercontract day ..ltteronnm.Arrive 'rIJlloll.l"atur.1 lina Railroads t.r. routes North. Ivist and\
Arrive Thoma-sville ...,....... .....; 055() A. )It.Arrh'o .Mail' t lIl\1frIoJtl'lfil'l&l.Jilr Train Tues- : { Hahamas, (h eminent, Fernmmdinu\\'eslu'sdav: Morning, West.FIRSTCLASS: t.
ilrl'i\"ull1f Special every with the
i' .Albany............... .....10 23 A.M. on Havana Hl\IIIlav.ornil1i. :
4.W: From that land at thepier : : PASSEXOER: ACCOMMO-(
i Arrive'take City..,,,...,.? ," ..... :353 I : .\. M. lay afternoon, at p. III. and are the 1I111.Ih'mm't'S" Arrive Jacksonville.\1' =Xoon.Airive OATIONS.Thningh .
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Arrive, BJ1 SOUTHWICK Agent
I Iii i Arrive Jacksonville.......... ...... 7't1.t. M.1rrIve train to esnutt.'itl clli' R. W. Tickets: and Staterooms secured
'. Fcrnandina..,......... '. ...... :3 i'io p. M.Arri'c \\ Steamer Knten' (>rirt for points the Fernandina.C. XOIITII, I and all! information furnished at office corner
I : Suwannee liver, on 1 hursdays at H a. in. II. MALLORY A ( 0., ('','lItre and Second: streets.20ly ..,
Gainesville ............ ..... 5oj I.. M. ; .t.
!-tf ( of ItridlrfamIAawe -
rates York :
routes New ;
: '
information respecting : River
Arrive Cedar Key............. ...... 030 I) ;\ J'. am. : __ --I'ier20I'asst---- -- I'alntka..Tllursday Afternoon. _C.: A._ XOYES.

PAPSENGEll TUA1X-WEST:::: nol'< XI o. ('i<'.. a1lly| | 'tO .1. O. MAcDOXKLL" S"'. Auvs KIVIK: '..\<:KIT. Leave Jacksonville.TI mix lay Xight.tanyc 1'M>ltll>A AXD IIA VAX A7EEKLY

Leave Jucksnuvillc..tlaily\ \ at..- ,r> :'iO) r. am.i leml'I'fcket I and Pass. .\ l'llt. I\'rnallllilla.-ullilay: p.m., Friday
i r I.euvuI'trlundina..b. ..,..1381Ast.: Arrive :\11l1uh.Iomlav Morning, Saturday "\ FAST MAIL SERVICE.:
tien'l Supt'I
I) K.: MAxwELL: ,
Leave (lainesvillo ........ ..... '. ...... J!I H II! .\. M. .:.._ )Jorliill .

Leave (Vdar Key .............. '. ...... 4 :11.\:: M. \ TI.\='l'IG.' OULF & WKST::; INDIA( ]),itiI Clark I :i._
Leauo Haldvvin ...............H h...... 7 lMII'<) >i. .11.: TUANSIT UAILUOAD! Leave Fernandinu..Tuesday, Evening; Friday ,,4 -,
Leave take City' t.......... '. ...... t II) 10 I'. u.Leave UAILROAD.HOITIL Evening. i 1"
t I Savannah ............... '. .... 111 1'. M. Axn:> PKN1X8ULAU: 1n: STEAMER: : 1.'I.nnA.t'I'T. Arrive Savannaii.\\'edn('+das'' Night' Saturday -L".t..II.J.. 1 Lb\

Live Oak) .............. ...... '-' 15 .\. M, 1.: Xight.XtiTE. / ; .
a.'c, .<'u\'e MaiUsoii; ................. .. ...... 3 :.MA. M.I UtIlSll ] SrilKDL'LTI.' ; ... [ilI11 LKVVK..NOKTH.Lnvvii Joiix: UirnvRi{ >sox, = .-On lM>th trips, Smth and =,'lrtIa.thl' -o--,.. ..
r Ixx-ive (;Sreoiiville.Leave ............... ...... .I S'J:) .\. M.5u at..F'F: UNANIIN.1..3IU= : : p. M.UrJO David Clark will call at all way landings.All Performed I by the lh'IIll1i
,; : M.)ntieelln ............. ..... ) .\. M. 10:1).1.: JII..II.ItT'I UOAD.:2M: 1'. M.1M7 I. WILL RUX ON= THE: $T. MARY'S JU\ trips terminating and starting from steamship a ADMIRAL t-legantly 1111pointcd -
..... 7 00 :: A. follows Fernandiua connect with Transit Railroad (sidewheel
1 M
.lrrive'I'ullahalsstt......... ,("> er during: the season\ as ; \ the {
CALLAHAX. acconling to
: JII. following
1Aaye'I'utlalltSst...'' ......... .. ...... :M> .\. M. :!: p. JII..1 M. DU'lTON.1SI::!; I'\. M. IA'l\w'r.: MVKYV ivinMONDAY: : : ( ) andTHURSDAY Exprts'I'nmin;: to and from Jacks.alvdle, and Leave ('<'lIar Key on :

'11! Ix-ave juiney....... ........... ......10 OS .\. )t. 12:50 r. HUANDY UH1I..1:1M1: J P. N. MOININO I j at ti\ .iVl.K-k f..rFElmx.l5DiN1 there with Steamer* to and fnutall landing (Passengers from Savannah Tuesday) leave moniing.'
."'. 1 Arrive ChattidioiM-liee........ ...... 11 .'5O 1. M. 10.r.. N. : and will leave FERN \xmxv ulI'th... :St. Johns also to and from (i iainesyille ,I of ) '\ steamer
lMJ 1'.-n..IJAIA\\'IN..12:4I: 1'I. PIXCKXKYand .I41 Cetlar e tr. Tickets: are City Itridgeton on Saturday '. in. Leave
for I \NI : : \\'aI Key r
_:, COXXKCT10XS.= :-:.1 IS I J'. M.:MAXVH.1.K:.lU: $In i *. M.aioi same 1 ila.vs intermediate'> at 8 u. m.landinu's, on the river.Itcturninu' sold. through to and from all the alioveHiints I Fcrnandina! or J ksonville\ f.y Transit! Hail- i

I At Lit r l Oak daily with the :Savannah, : p. M.I...\\\.1'Y..IIc\:1: : : \. M. all 1:1'1:11'I'1$0.1Y: and I FRNDAY and when Steamer City of llrid;:cton I mad train Monday iimrninj.), Arrive at
Florida and1'r.teru'I ll.iil\\ay i I t to and I from 3P.: )f.1'I:,\: : M. i: : MvuvV: ut 5 111., | through, between Savannah and Palat- i Key W''ol'Ihlt'lluy morning Arrive
Savu in nib, and nil Northern, Ivistcru: and 3:3J: 1'. M.STA15KK:. 10:37: 11 M. will arrive at 'T.: p. runs also have the choice of goingby I 1I11.ulla'l'lIIlolav. afternoon.Returning .
touching tit |'KKXVM: \ t klItIISSl'lIlt't'S
: : Western t'itits.I: 34t: ( i'. M'I'JIUItSI'ONJOIJ: p. M. and SATURDAYS hl'tWl'l'l1''l'rIlIlIlIUII8 and \ / leave Havana 1'hul':4llal''ell..
At I Luke (City daily with the Florida Central 40: p. >i.WALDO ..!'Us!: .t. M!, On 11'IUNIIA1': : $ mind' mil ing. l.t.a1.1.Key West Friday morning.: Arrive
Ilailrmd: to and; from Jacksonville: \ St.AuguMine 5:3.1:: I ... JII.I.\ I I.\.II.J.IC..I'\"I: : A. M.5i' willt'I.l'\ : ST. M( VRY'( at K:30::\ u. in., ranbo lie. State-Rooms: Tickets and all "tht'fI'urtkular.o. Cedar Key Saturday horning (and at
: and landings chartered\ I for excursions tollunfencss )For Jacksonville and Fernandina )
t : I'alatkti lnll'rl'rioll') P. N.UtlF.luN110..131.1{ ) M.i:07 apply to the f"lInwitljl'lIts by Transit
t' ''' j ; on ttall 1"1. Johns Uiver. ( : p. M., IJATTON ..7111.JII.: and Oltlces ) Uailroad{ Saturday evening and at Savannah
,1't; Italdwin daily with \tluntil'.lIlIlf jsu-p.\ JII.\ (' -'. .7:32:; : A. M. (Ja.; - Savannah. *
TraiiMt I'ailway to and fromI'Yrnnndina < .'\ and other" xitnt.s r and Vet India 7:12: : 1'. M.11UONSON; ) ) : :! A, M.M ) Pulaski and Screven House. ), iK sible su \
)I tSainesvilletlar Key, amid : >7 p. M.01TF.U ( .Hl.JoK..I\U\: : <\: { )Fcrnandina.Through. npjxisite Fernandina. Fla.-At the Egmont: Hotel) r ute l etVTwn the United State: and ('111.\. .

with fctcumcrs for 'ru iipl, KeyVt"1 andlluvunu. s':47: 1'. M. UNKWO oU ...;..'..-4ItJ .v, x. tills, of Ladingby and to Capt. J IIn. I.. Uonmillat. Agent. PASSAC.E: IL\TE..;. *

\ f:11:;\ 1'. M.CKDAU: 1,1.\.11.1: ;; \11. Jacksonville, Fla.-i'orner Kiy and HueSts. I'uliin.Savannah };rru.I.

: At ChattahiMnhow tuiw' tinjeswivkly withfping IVuiiiHiiIiir' Itailrotul.HT ) )1.\1.1.OItY'I.l: I';: of Steamers: t.i all ::: ., lr.| I L'Engle's: Ural!: Store; A. I'. Lan- : to 1I\\.alla.i: :! ) .; ;111

"' the 1"(11'10' ]I.iut and! 'ntral I.lm' ll.)O.I ads tu ,\TillS.:00. ... I points on the St. )Iur)'',.. phenTicket .Agent A, I*. Hungerf, Fernandina to Havana...... 2i> (ioJacksonville 3SJ
lufuulu.1'4itt: lll'lolpulu'hkuJ.I ,
and fruit t.lll1l111JU; >l. to Havana.... :JOU) 3t 511
.\ uhd other River l.m\l1in\tI.; (\: .\. M.WALDO. ('10!%" ('o..tlonII *\/t'l\t./:St. Augustine, Fla.-On the Hay, It. F.Armstrong. For )1atero.'hlsand tickets 111'1'110 LEVE: );
f 3lI'r."lmt: $: 111111 Parlor Oll'lll'. Ci:40: .\. M. SANTA FF.: .11't&r.: N. Agent. ii: ALDEX'S) = Tourist Ottiees.Savannah .
\1'tnIrntl'nut, Lucas 1'utcnt run daily: i he- 7:. Or\.M..r' JIAWTH )UN -:-nY.JO4-. M. 1
\rveu Tullilji:M'c and Jal.b'I'i1h'I ......... l.OCHLfOSAT..7..inm. ) 1'. M. ilaik allKiKnU{ ". ('a1'\' of SteamerMvrn starts II. A. l.\Ll.\ .\)gent.1'erllahtlinaIgtllumitllntel. .

W-t>nick time.un nnection IIt'rf.tJi1.lC.h' D. K.: MAXWKLUSupt.: : Fernandimi." .Anents.- (SUSTAVK LEVK.ietieral : :. : .\. Ifc MEI:

lUMiVK: V1JWT, l"JRX.SNS.'i 1., IVvMASONIC. IS7ti. ( Pavsfnjrer: Agent. LEN;= .\ll'lIt.Ja4'bul'iIIll.
2Qtf ,-.t I frami_ !ttNtrtutt im.Dr. : CjOUc'f'lnOIOU.'fJ()=' ? FOR TASHiiKors. \\*. F. HARRY.Genenil 'orner Hay and Hue
___,... __ Tourists will
( Excursionist: and' Savannah,
I .-There will In- a regular com. Agent, A. C. I'lItHt10:1'111.: : .
; -; : :: J\r.-'IH'U ( i'oii ; of Amelia UMlge. Xo. 47, jlnd this. u very uttnu-tive trip, as the sct-nery J. X. HARIUMAX= St. Augustine: --On the 1101U.. Y. ARM.

I : .I..f F. rt: .\. M., "n Montlay! ,'n'lIilJ..bruarr is grand and alligators\ and other game are 11 Manager.- -- STRONtl. Agent. ]__. 20tfQL'11SCRIt31
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: i brvthrvn abundant. --
Tram-lent -
231 at n 1 uVUivk *.harp --
Dl'h' fraternally iuvltc..1 Ia IIUe"'l.W. For further information apply to VRIXT1NO= in every style, and at : TO TIlE 31l11011. tZ PER
-\uirthSt. l"et. Centre and Al u:hew, are JOHN RICHARDSOX: Ul $1 fur ..ix
: }o'. SCOTT. w. J1. I'j' the low t ratesit the MIBKO office. month

.\, WIIITSKY Sivrvtary. : tr Fvruandina, FU.
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