Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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'"'' l '. i,;;j f.,; WHAT WILL YOU DOt were patented to the State, and there arc at GLXKUAL L1'TJI.I.llCl:, I'LOHUrtAXA.- mlt luct extend being a and SUCCCM.1IH'W the crop planting and (a,f"UlIII\\'II.new" industry -

t' "' I'' v.\ I this time over fourteen millions of acres belonging AN ice blockade exists i on t the ltnltnmIUver }We\ propose, under the aboie caption, to chronicle e added to Florida resources. We!
: .What will do Love when going
am ,
\ you to the fund, with one or two millionsyet current' matteis' of i interest in and about 1 earn that the cultivation i.s simple, the crop
'.i;'. ,: With white sails flowing. to be selected and approved Thus thereis FI'idaL'Mrli we way find flouting here and 'r"titnhll''t.. have the promise of the

\; gIF; The seas: beyond? fund to the State, PROFESSOR BKNJVMIN: l'n.an'rt'.til'l: \ ts theearly there, especially trhatncr may be transpiring in Jt node of cultivation from an intelligenttluntcr

':'l;|:'Wltatwil1youdoLove, when waves divide u!?, a magnificent belonging advent of the great comet of 1 1st1:?. titI'll!! Agriculture; Horticulture, Industries, p pTr.itsportufioa which we will furnNh in future, but
',l "! of which 3,000,000 acres at the outride, if Immigration/ and, in Jine, nil t\oust of the old settlers white and colored
I:,, ;? .;'t < And friends may chide 1 1 us sold at but a few cents per acre, will extinguish A LIVERY stable and carriage store-room. matters of physical ai'ul,; material progress. JIV I Hive grown it, and any one can inform himself -

"/" 'i For being fond? all existing liabilities and leave an were burned in Augusta, (la., on Thursday.DENNIS shall ITO take occasional opportunity of givinu as to t the usual:' mode: adopted.. Besides

RNEIU1" \been arrested god the results t of our own observations, making SUCH i ts use! for starch, it is one of the most miniums -
divide and friends be immense domain for public imprl>yements.laridiall. I &\
Though waves us: comments aidsuyyrstious'is we think are woithylite t food for stock, horses! mules, cattle,
;T.I-i chiding, -}, put under bonds, for using incendiary hunguagein I consideration of b"tdel, and/ new residents..Ind 1 logs! poultry, ,prepared as arrowroot food fur

;,mil j In 1 love abidingI'll MR. II. A. PRYOK of Jacksonville entered a recent speech.K. II'I'/erl', ink rte fI.ttt/.t't; and ('olerfltiml'I" adults and children, or in form of tapioca a
the Htnle I'rets and mrrttpimdentSi for, desiring o lelicate nutriment for the sick As Cassava
8'. still be true ; a box of oranges at the State Fair in the J. PELUOFF, on trial! in HarrNbnrg, Pa., the prosperity! and ilittlopmrnt/ vl'every e an be more profitably, manufactured into

And I'll pray for thee on the stormy ocean name of J. M. Painter. Mr. }'r 'or had previously for bribery of members of the legislature, '
With deep devotion ; I offered a special premium $50 for has been found guilty. ;.+ year 1MO marks a /It II' era. J\.r\ t'ltm'da. I ook for the business to he largely introduced
2'he / commenced, in here and the material i.s bulky for
treat Jinancitil drpression' i as raw
That's what I'll do. the best box exhibited at the of the Guion Line
of Montana
THE steamer ,
oranges ("'t nod continuing almost to tilt present' year, :ransportation, the factories will bo distributed -
jWhat would you do Love, if home returning, Fair. The judges awarded this premium to is reported on the rocks at Church's H.I,'", II/
With hopes high burning the box entered in the name of J. M. Painter near Holyhead, I ng'. :Mail, passengers and and iminiijratlo/t lit the Xorth, ; whole the is accessible: .
to outh was more of less afti-ted( yet 'not to so yrrata
but discovering that belonged saved.
With wealth for you, on crew were decree, and FI"ri'duri,,!! all (Iii"period. l has Till (IEOIC( 1.1 HAIUIO.W L'OM-

If my bark, that bounded (i er foreign foam, Mr. Pryor, they reconsidered awarded DAN BRUJHERTY: colored, was hung: at tton-lii; but lrrl'l111m lieI'd and iinproi-ed., This Jll SIO.\'.

Should be lost-near home ? the premium to Col. T. C. Lanicr of Sumter Thomasville, Ga., on Friday. last. His crime advance and i i'mpromntnt/ )'" shall note from
Mr. Pryor refused. to the premium time to it'llI'I"t/ confining/ / oursthes to any classification ; The 1.I1.\"ill synopsis, from the SavannahXcws :
county. pay
and white ,
Ah I what would you do? was assaulting outraging a lady.the
order but write them hey
or of as
prestntthemsi of the tariffnf rates by the
to Cut Lanier, whereupon the Association wife of a )Ir. (Futch. 'Ires.Traufimrtation. proposed:
So thou avert spared, in want and sorrow, paid it, publishing a statement of the I Georgia Railroad, Commissioners! will )be
MR. STEPHENS of Georgia i is invnlunl 11n In the 2'uturc.=The New
I'd bless! : the morrow fads. I York studied with interest by every one mil'our
Joint Committee i some years ago, just previousto
quarrel with the tin
That left me you ; of lively the war, hl\oIl\ full-page map of the United Florida readers who is concerned,
A FEW men like \\ 0. Benedict, Esq., that he uvath.lnot ,
notified them
7 And I'd welcome thee from the wasting billow would Rules! having tatvs.: ;:'!. On the map were traced concentric either directly or indirectly, in fares or
Orange Park, !scattered over the State submit to dictation from any party cirucs; which, from centre to outside Florida roads. The 1
soon make it bloom. What he has done for included tjivi-n regular spaces also! on the freights upon our rates
My breast thy pillow ; THE Louisiana sugar refiners rind\ merchants existing in Florida now be compared
Orange Park has worked wonders in making map wore traced straight or air lines, from may
.: That's what I'd do. an attractive city. He is not only liberal in have held a meeting and Denounced the principal ports:'! north to those abroad with those fixed by the commission! for the

; the action of the New York ul;a. men in attempting south. These lines passed' from north to government of all railroads operated in an y
What would do love, if distant tidings, his outlay for perluanentintpruvcment5, but
you the tarilF reducedor south, touching( Fcrnandina, and gave at a
in those settled to have on sugar and 1 adjoining state ; and the difference, if any, i,
Thy fond confidings \ takes an interest teaching glance the shortest lines for commeiee
Should undermine? there how to live while the orange: trees are repealed. tra'cl.'e are now reminded of that map\ marked, as a basis;I:'! for the action of the next ;

theattractive Mis. LVWYFR }LOCKWOOIJ: bas attacked Senator on reading the address of Hon.[ 1). L. Yn.wto legislature! upon this important subject, l'';
An.11, t biding 'neath other kio.Ahnnl.l growing. We were much pleased to ;see
the Board mil"I'rile of Fermindiiiu
Hill in letter charging him a paper should they decide to take action it : ;
alOpl'll t
think other eyes: place made by Mr. O.iKnnp, n recent which, though short:! prc.sent.s the snti-!<

As bright us thine? settler' from Vermont who has planted) with numerous: immoralities. It seems evident jcct of transportation so tuiiy, so clearly andlortilicd PASSENGER\ TARIFF '

strawberries' the fruit of which he I i.s now that the animus of the attack throughout so btrongly by the opinions ot men For passengers! with baggage, not weighing i'll'
0 n i tie it not. Though grief and shame experienced in transportation; that it isconcliiMve -
is to be found in (the Kellogg electioncase.
shipping North, and has his place in beautiful that the old channels will be superseded over its\ pounds, the rate "per mile shall not '
Were on thy name, exceed the following! : Passengers 1 12years t
t order. The !settlers Orange I'ark grow : by the new, null Fcrnamlina, on t-u pJ:
I'd still be true old and over, with tickets- -Ic. .'
strawberries and vegetables, and make a living Ir has come to light that th. public-spir the Atlantic, Tampa Bay, (Cedar Key I moil mile per :r'
without ticketslc.! under 12 and /t
r But that heart of thine should another IVnsacola the Gulf will (bevi'ino l ll ; ;
from the start.Floritla.lyricullurist.1VE ited private litUcn" of New York, who pays on : \ rp"rt" u"C'r'nNl, 2c. ; without tickets, 2Jc.No :.
share it, for the removal and erection of Cleopatra'sNeedle of l'IIIII1It'rl'l'il'lI!lien Mr. Yulee, li'years ) more than the lowest rate specified
I could not bear it, have received pamphlet containing ago, conceived! the pvcM-nt system oi' shall be charged when the ticket office shall
\ is Mr. W. Vanderbilt.. The cost ,
Florida railroads trunk line 1'iom' tin> Atlantic -
the address" of lion. D. L. Yulee, delivered
What would do? gut have been open for a reasonable time
will be ) to Mobile and IVnsacola anothtr
.--- --. before the Fcrnandina Board of Trade. The $75,000. : ; \ before the departure' of the train from a .station.
THE nomination of Simmons for Census trunk line Tumpa: and Codar Key, on thelull' '
r STATE ..I"EWS.TilE matter contained in it is of the greatest interest ( he was thought by most men to be, Tickets on sale at any office in u city "
:Supervisor: in Georgia; which has been hanging must be kept on sale at the depot ticket: ,
d to the people of the whole State, and especially visionary and an enthusiast (But then, as
Marianna Courier fail" to rrul (ire account of motion reconsider; office at the same prices! Every passenger .
( Uo') to those residing along the line of :: on now, Mr. Ynlee 1 forouw the expansion: and paying fare must be fl1ruilhetl'ith a seat. .
Please exchange." was formally rl'l'orte.lal\'rscy) by the ("-11- development of the country, and .that new 't.
The hire for berths shall ,
t the Transit Railroad. Mr. Yulee arrays his: ; on sleeping cars .
and increased, facilities would bu needed
MR.[ C. C. PARKER!: sheriff" of Hamilton and in and sums Committee on Thursday t.wt.Six ; exceed: the rate of one cent per mile for
facts figures a m."terly manner, and while only then giving his Doris/ : to

county, died on the nth inst.A they conclusively demonstrate vast commercial jurymen, four white and two colored, railroads across: Florida, he saw and traced each berth. FItF.10riT !
secured the trial of the against out the future lines which would make Florida TARIFF.Less J'-J'1I0t
naval importance were
L'\BOER number of visitors have reached as: well as military\ and ,
ul1l1t.tinlink.. He was.lt is true than loads and .
a ( /< car per one hundred
Tamp.i this winter than ever before. of the port of Fernandina. \Ve Virgil and (Sully in Mississippi: for the murder perhaps, in advance of the public at the pounds: fir!t-clas.s 'lght-Jl.Ie.; for Wmiles ; :

MR. J. IRA GORE! of the Cedar Key Journal gather from it that while all other importantand of Oilmen The failure to obtain a jury time,* yet not so much when we consider: the 45c.; for 100 miles: (Wc.) for 150 miles ; 70c. for f:i!

elected Clerk vote of some unimportunt harbors! on the Atlantic has led to the continuation of the cases.! total 1 MI-pension! of development during the aw miles\ ; 75c.) for :250 tiahiesi; 80c. for :SOU)
by a
was recently City war, the unsettled state of the country alter miles ; I'\'\.')('. for;:d 0 mll(' .
216 out of 219.JUIHJE coast have received appropriationsfrom TilE Pirates of IVnzanu, Gilbert and it business) : t ,
and the depression! of \ from 18711 Second Class Freight-27c. for 50 miles! ;
NIBL,t'K is reported by the Orange the National Treasury, not one dollar i Sullivan's new opera, has been copyrightedby until the present. Within the last year 40c.( l for 100 miles ; 6 4k'<) for 150 miles ; 0o. for

has been expended on this:'!, the most important a Mr. Stetson, of Boston, in the library there has: been a wide-spread rc-orguniziitioii 200 miles ; 7uc. for 250 miles ;j'' 731' for 800 .
in favor of Blox-
City being strongly harbor of our State. Mr. Yulee is man of Congress, the authors having neglectedto of routes combinations and! connections miles ; 75c. for 350 miles. :
p. ham for Governor. reaching !from the lakes to the Atlantic um Third Class Freight; :25o.! for (II) mill'S ; 35e.'
of broad and comprehensive views, and has perform that very necessary duty them Gulf from the Atlnnlii
TilE ladies of have succeeded in Mississippi to for 100 miles ; 45c. for 150 miles ; 60c. for
done, and will do, more for the material development selves. There will be a lively row over it. and Gulf, and 1 capitalists who have hitherto 200 miles; (.tem for 2.")(' miles ; 5.' c. for 300 i

raising money enough to erect a Confederate of Florida, than hundreds of those SOME: has called only operated on the. northern lines an miles ; ('>0e. for :150 miles.
monument, which has been ordered. abuse Ttlegrayh. wag published a pamphlet giving their attention[ to the southern states, Fourth Class freight-2'.c.: for 50 miles ;
who so violently : him.-Starle "
The Coming Crown, purporting to give seeking short routes grades ,*In.,. for 100 miles
WE welcome the Volusia News' easy ( ; :V c. for 150 milesNlc.; ( .
County published -
extracts from "The Court Journal" September and running; expenses' on account for '(JO milt ; ".'X'. for 2."'() miles ; 4Ko. for 300)

at Orange City, to our exchange list, A FEW of our citizens seem to have faith 1, 1882: and The Imperial Stand- of latitude, to reach southern ports! miles ; 50c. for :350) mites
and indebted to it for various items. through which to export the great staples of Fifth Class
are Fn'lj.ht-lMc.( for 50) miles ; 2'e.for : .
that the St. Johns, Tampa and Peace Creek dard, of October 1, IRS: containing accounts and of the and '
meat west northwest
grain ( 100 miles! ; 2c. for 150 milt; :XV.for: 200
THE railroad Lool1\ at Ocala is still liv Railroad i i.s a certainty, and that twenty of the doings of the Imperial Government the southern "staples of cotton! tobacco, rice, miles ; :'IV. for 250 miles! } :38e. for' :300miles< : ; 1

i ing. The subscriptions fin it up nearly $15- miles of the road will soon be commencedand Ulysses I." acts, and to import through the same: channels ...01.( ... I for 350&) miles. .

000, or more than half the sum a"'kl'lllr.; completed. We truly hope that such )IR. KELLOGU attempted in the Senate on distributing the return freights over Sixth Class Freight-l.'kfor: 50 miles ;
the same roads to the cutisluncrv.Vitim the 18c. for 100( miles ; 23c.: for 150 miles '7,.. .I
THE O'llallllllll'r and the (Velar, be the case:'! for our greatest desire is: to to have committee to ;
Key may ; Friday a appointed Panama canal and<1 its prolongation, u canal I for :!((N) miles! ; :3K-; I 250inilcs) ", ; :a3c.: for300 I
Journal give two columns of extracts from see a railroad running to Tampa. We want "investigate"! ;, a newspaper' article alleging across: Florida, both assured within u few miles ; :35c. for :350 miles. '

the address of Hon. D. L. Vince, published not only to see it commenced,completed that the woman Raymond was brought to years, Florida projecting itself across the Class U-Jo'lol1r-lOc.( for fIO miles ; l.V. for (.

in the Mirror of February :21>t. as well. When the St. Johns Company doe Washington by his influence to affect the short line, will, of ut'etN.itybecnnieabridge( 100 miles ; 'lIe) for 150: C miles ; 2:1: <'. for 200miles I
as it were with! harbors on either end, de- ; tie for 2.'>1) miles ; 'jilc. for 3&.1$() miles ; I
JUDGE SETTLE has x-idcd in thePensictOa this, then we shall bless'its projectors ; how- result of Senator Hill's forthcoming report veloiilni' (lar e commercial tt l'. 2>ie5! for :350 mile. i

timber cases" that the United States are entitled ever, we cannot help but take Mr. Yulee's on the Kellogg contested election ease It is not; many years since a Mr. Whitney Class D"' Grain: hav, etc.-!Uc, for50miles ;
part, for every mile of railroad which he conceived the 1 idea of u railroad across the lie. for, 100 miles'' ; !Re'. for 150 miles ; 20c. !
to I State THE Gate Guards of Atlanta II
remedy provide by -
City ore going '
every continent to the lectured for
pnhlNhcd 200 miles
; ; 22c.:? for 250 miles ; 2Jtfor:
laws to enforce their rL ht*, without giving builds towards Tampa, he gets nearer Tam to try a new plan to cover themselves: wrote! and interviewed\ the political! :IIN) tithes ; 24c. for 350 t miles.

security for costs and damages. pa's interest, and of course increases our with glory. They propose to solicit sub and business! men in all the large cities! of Class J-Cllttllll-. for 50 miles ; 25c,

gratitude. Mr. Yulee has several miles of all the to build! the country ; he was considered t an enthu- for 100 miles ; ::11//(:. for 150 miles ; 35c. for 200
PARTIES in Jacksonville have been complained the Peninsular Road not only commencedbut scriptions over country a siest, and ridiculed for his impracticablescheme. miles ; 40c.( for 250 miles ; 4.'Jc.: for 300miles( ; IJ
': of fur packing and shipping inferior "memorial armory We expect next to Yet a quarter of a century has! not 4for :350 mll{'!!. '

,r West India Fruit labeled "Florid"Orange4! !" in running gear, and is still pushing hear of!some enterprising soap-boiler soliciting elapsed when we see the Pacific Railroad Class K-J.'t'rtilizeJ'l-fIc. for l CO miles ; 8c.
Tampa-wards as it is, we are determined built, and! also three other truns!!-cuntinemitat for miles fur
; the 100 ; hoc 150 miles 12c. for '
This is a matter that ought to be thoroughlyinvestigated !subscriptions! throughout countryfor ; I'
roads rapidly approaching completion The 2
not to throw a damper over Mr. Yulee'seffort4 ; : ; 15c.: for 300
the erection of "memorial
.JI l and ventilated by the Jacksonville a -factory. men who saw the J/erald'i map of the proposed miles: Hk'. for 350" miles.CMC f. I
him in what I is
papers. by opposing our own, Let the good work go on. ronte, and! who looked upon it as the
,I'kl as well as South Florida's interest-so we fancy of an enthusiast, are in a fair way of 1.0-011. .

t i.. THE Jacksonville papers speak of the prob- get railroad to Tampa, and get it soon, it RELICS OF DK SOTO. reconsidering their then opinion and see Class L-Coal, coke, ice, able success of the State Fair at that place builds fancy a fact, and that those highways then for /5o t miles $1.20 for KM miles for
matters not who it.-Tampa Guardian. When the chestnut tree quite three hundred ; ; $1.50
next year. They should not forget that the outlined will be the highways of future 150 t miles, and thence 10e. per mile on nil
THE great freeze of 1J3: is thus described years 01.1 was ;lown down on the banks commerce and travel.) The world moves. distances.'
next State Fair will be held at Tallahassee!
We all the State to the Orange City XfU'/I, !by an old citizen : of a little creek near a church railed South I"ItIV'J.-Tllli plant if not indigenous! I is: Class! M-Iron, per ton-$1.20 for 50 miles! ;

hope our exchanges over The exact date of the freeze, ,which froze Carolina," within a mile of the village of almost a natural plant in Florida, yielding $1.70 lor 100 miles; $2.20 for 150miles/ ; 12.40 i.

will also make a note of this. down the trees in Florida is not Yorkville, in Pickcns county, in this State, probably more in |x>nnds: to the acre than for :2 H) miles ; $2.50 t lor 250& miles ; $2.W for f i '
MB. HENRY WEISKOPF of Jacksonville has orange generally : any root, the tubers often from 'J to II feet :300 miles ; $2.70 for :w miles. \
known. The "oldest inhabitants" lumbia.: long and 1 from to 0 inches in diameter, is: Class N-Live stock per cur load-$:'') form
been advised by his: physician to remove to va.yin the date from the 7th to the 17th of a pair of scales for weighing, with the brass easily cultivated and. propagated from the mll<'II ; $30 for its miles ; $10 for J50 miles; (f

Minnesota for his health. What was the February. All agree as to the weather just weights, having Spanish: descriptions and joints of the plants above ground, the tapioca $4.5, ) 'for 200 miles ; tM( for :250 miles ; $55 I for; 1, ',
matter with him? The Union, from whichwe numerals on them. Two three-luuud CAnnon of commerce is made from It and its percentage :300: miles ; $lilt for350 miles. I :
previous\ to and at the time, several days of bhot were found with the scales. The of starch U nearly equal( to arrowroot.It Class U-Salt, lime, cement, etc., |er car :j'i
obtain information does
the not state his
severe northwest wind, and the three days soil beneath the tree was unusually dry, as has always been grown in Florida in a loud-$13: fur 50 miles; $17 for 100( miles ; $20: 1 i
'?' disease. This is an important matter, involving before as being \'eryeol.1. We find in a note the little stream near by drained the spot. small way by our people for domestic use, for 150miles ; $1' fir 200 miles ; $21 for 250 .
relics of adventureswere for March and I I miles $ "J for 300 miles $21 for 350 miles.Class .
the reputation of Florida, perhaps, in a of Agriculture of December Hence these Spanish culinary jmriMwes.< "ist! year : ;
as a health resort, and should be thoroughly monthly journal well preserved. It does not follow' Governor Sinclair, of New Jlam|*>hire, who, P-Ores, nand, clay, rough( btoiift, .I
184G, that the freeze was on February however, that because these articles were I for many years has been a manufacturer of brick, etc., per car I'JIlII-flfl for 60 miles ;
investigated and explained. 0, 183.i, and the thermometer seven degrees found there that De Soto ever visited that starch, (in the viiinity of the large mills of $14 for 100 miles: $17 for 150 miles ; $20: for

A. Sun and Press correspondent! has a two- above zero. There were at that time section of Alabama. He could have had Manchester, N. II.), from Irish i>otatoes, 21%) miles ; $22: for 250: miles ; $21 for 3no I
little use: for scales, and probably left themat then yield from 8 to 121 JT cent, starch, !but mile ; $25: for 350 miles.
column letter describing intxlutoperandi many trees in Augustine(, a century: old, .
some distant encampment from whence on account of ixjtaUi) rot and not keeping,
of the confidence men in Jacksonville This forty feet in height and from twenty to : they may have been brought; by some curious have to he used or manufactured from whenqlttimereti. "No HOTEL ox 'r UII-D.' .-One of the

A is a matter that ought to receive the unanimous thirty inches in diameter, producing over red man, who aligned little value to thus u mill run only work for a latent eccentricities of the telephone U .
attention of the < and of them, and thus left them where he drank few weeks in the fall, Gov.Ninclalrthought reported
jM.lice millions which
press two of were
oranges from the frtreum. Indians hail no wagonsor that if Home starch producing plant could be by the Amsterdam (N. Y,) Kteitrder :
that dt)'. Themallalt.fiof the Fair succeeded to j Savannah; Charleston and north, the wagon; ways, and. yet when Alabama was substituted fur the txjtato, there was an on: The editor of the Fort I'lalu lltmiter has

in excluding all gambling and confidence prices of which ranged from $1 to $3 per hun first settl",1 l by white people, in 18'JO: and ing for starch making not subject to the con- i his office and re...idenre. cunneetasllby tele

__ men from the Fair grounds, and the dred. Nearly half a century has tIaIJljecllind while the t'llfJct.a\YI1l1tl11 owned and occupied tiiijH-ncfft' and short season! attending it 'phone. Yesterday< Mr Skidd, of Little Fulls,
(1U1clo the if will: the country, it was written that there was abroad north With thU idea he came to Florida, an old friend, railed on the editor, and ex-
city authorities same they no serious frost occurred to kill or injure the
deep wagon road following the course exjerimeutedwhtim| the Cunsuva which ho : to remain for dinner The editor
MR. SOLOMON WOODFIILD of Madison trees, except (in some locations, and when the of and in found harried the
an the river some distance deeply cut every way satisfactory,yielding nearly to telephone and.. shouted to hU
old and respected citizen, was murdered pn tree were very young. The recent cold snapgave the hill sides and into the river's !bunk. It twice the quantity of starch j puce j';>uiid, can wife :
crossed the what is called the IJC\ worked through the less "Mr. Skidd will be with
Tombigbre at :;: year, requiring up me to dinner.
last week being shot in some anxiety to our cranage,; ,
Wednesday by growers
I for .
Mounds near the Alabama" and Missi4sippl expensive building machinery and Lay an extra plate
the back, while in his lot, by a man named who h mil read or heard of the great freeze, line. The Choctaws related that this storage; and the plant could be grown as .'Now," taid the editor, "Mr Skidd, you

who after shooting; Mr. Woodfield I but we are now well advanced in spring,and road was cut by white men, who marched cheap as Irish iiututoe This. l'n..t'lIht.u-lufI. may convene with her"

and striking his wife, who had gone'to his it 'L* hardly probable that we shall have anysevere across the country, fighting and killing,long he erected a mill, und has manufactured all As the gentleman was about to approachthe
before their recollection. If this be the tradition the starch he could procure Cawava roots instrument, these word were (plainly
aid, senseless, robin the house of a watch or freezing.. weather. there I is little doubt that De Soto for, and "cumava starch" having been received heard : )
I and some seventy dollars in u-uiey. The -- -- -" made the road and crossed the Tombigbeeat and used by cotton manufacturers it You tell Mr. f'kl.t.l'C don't keep a hotel -

murderer N'al"-'II, and ha not yet been ar TUE U. S. steamer renxittJa, Rear Admiral the place indicate! by the Spanish scales t U pronounced every way a good article on wash-day."

ted.RECENTLY. Rogers, has: arrived at Panama from Callao and weights, and that the old highway was A* the demand U large for starch for clothdressin ilr bkid i excused himself for a ft'w"o.
rt ordeit u ruin jr *l that other war vetweU are certainly made by uu race of modern Indi- factories there U alwaysa menu, and was next wen eating fried clams!

over 3,'$-W) GOo acrw of#e!.!ctions and red to the Isthmus. &IIL-aU1'WUoII .....labamlalt.iIifi good demand for it. The mill and iu pro- in the Uaipbow saloon on the burner,


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\ FLORIDA MIRROR.WElhVESDA [ posed! country party, and joined the Tories. showing the hostile! intentions of Russia \on<:i: or IXCOUIORATIO Till: I'I.OHIDAT I ,

He has framed artful appeals from time to towards Germany ; in the lolmnc will be OF THE FERNANDINA: AND! JACK-
time to the find selfishness, of the : Included
[ pride English papers! relating to the offers of the
I', ..1.A Nell: 17, 180. AUTlloIUTY OF AN ACT OF THE j
M _. .- aristocracy, and }Juts also with ready Russian! Prime :Minister(\ to France! proposingan Legislature of the State of Florida, enluted -

r :' Correspondents and Pirfmi hating bl"i/la8 skill played upon the ignorant prejudices anti-German alliance.: ".\n act to provide a general law for

: with this paper will Alcaic direct to FLORID and passion! of the }poorer classes! ; and by RUHSMN advices of same date represent the Incorporation' of Railroads and Canals" noo.ooo'rN'
this old tllanrcU\'rl'-fumllinr to demagogue* \1l'llkoll'lL'IIJclng: in bad health, owing and approved February lI!), 1874, notice i Ishereby
r' MtRKOR Fcrnnndiiui Fin.
aid act that
given us required by ,
'---. ---- '- .. who distrust\ and dislike\ the Illlple-he has! to over-work und excitement. It I is !said thata company has been formed under the name Of the most

4' liON. I'. /,. rvLEE's AIDIt1SS. ingratiated himself! with I the two extremes of !shirt I of> chain-mailworn\ under:his uniform i of the l'tERSASDIN.\ AND J.\'K"O\VILLE lUtL- .\Cl'D:; l1IU: AND DESIRABLE: :

We have a number of copies nf the Mirror; English: society, the aristocracy: regarding) saved his:! life when the attempt was made. to hot!) COMPVNY, to be invested with all the X I II.

7 of February :21st, containing the address of him as their adroit champion, and the populace assassinate him. conferred rights, }powers, privileges companies' and formed, franchises under I.V.MIS' IN nit:
Hon. I). L. Y(u lee before! the Fcrnandina admiiing hint for that "natural jealously AT PVRIS! the prevalence of smallpox" said I net for the I purpose' / of constructing t i STATE 01' rLOUlpA,

Board of Trade, on the subject of the harbor of other countries," which he has was causing; much\ alarm on Friday last ; the maintaining, and operating 1'ailroad. for

of Fernandina, which we will send to nny manifested which he has (cultivated :Municipal (Council were taking measures. toprevent public use in the conveyance' of pl'rS"n1'lllllll At only $1.2. per acre to new settlers, with

address desired.HINTS them, and which they think ii'll'll' eminentlyand its .spreading! further. property.'"Ihe) main line of said Railroad will he the privilege' of :selection< in parcels of 40

__ __ h .... intensely! English.: What arc his: exploits FROM Basic, Switzerland, there is reported about twenty-one miles in length ; will be 1I1'rl'llIr more. These:< lands are located on

TO 1'LOKIDA it l'Ulll.1- ? At home be! has given the country a decided 1 revival in the silk ribbon trade, constructed between a point on the Atlantic, and adjacent to the line of the

CANS, rest from the strife of domestic, paro-'liiai: for which formerly; that city was: noted ; "l'Q'cOIl3i.br.l Gulf and. West India Transit Railroad, in

On the 6th last the Young Republicans"of polities, the monotony of which wus becoming le orders: have lately been recently or Na about"sau: county the city, and of the Jlld'/II\'illeIII1.1>t. Johns River will, ut ATLANTIC, Gl LF AND WEST INDIA7'1ANS17'
Boston held convention in which wcaiisomc to the nation\ Great received { ( 1)n.:; {. R.,
u rc-o- tl.inn; from the united! i tatcs. Partlywing pass:' through; parts of the counties; of Nassau

lutions were oll'cred opposing the nomination were to bo done abroad ; what hay lie at ,. to its position! on the frontiers of und Duval. J, N, 1IARR1MAN, cxten.ling. from FEliNANDINA: on the Atlantic

of Grant and Dlaine. Wince many con compiished He has given the I'.ntis... l'r;;Iied: and Germany( L'sle| has: been the C.n. WICKLIFFE E. )IAX WBLL YULEE., : to CEDAR: ) KEY: on the Gulf coast,

derations will lead a large portion of the ( IlCl'1the title of Empiess of India, 1111', uunt iniooitaiit cuulIl'rdal: and manufactutitg 1 erannduiu,1'Gr. 1881J.is .oO-'JOd ;
.I/ardl.1. the '
:: _.. thus iliord'iig to piodueer' cheap, constant -
Republican party to vote against! either, tlu-y has leased. the I island: ol C.vpius' : frotH 'j It.-. town' in Wit1.i'I'II1c\\ ,
declare that a man like President Hayesshould and i i, ;nl transportation' to the best
be gladly supported) and endorse .Hit h.l'f.lr. the security, uf the llntish. elliptic : l.i\'I'I.I'I"'I. Muii'i, 1 ll:!, ,-Tin ( t'ln, n Line OItDI ..t1CEIslt'LAl'l nuti Ket"

principle's of the link'pendent liepubu/ ;':..MCommittee uf 11,1'4.'II'p'rte,1! I ni! <' ...nMiis 'Ltt| ''Mil > ',1'1 l 1 M".t'a.I'l 'ttti'iC! ; III : ;!11'l ', i ':,:-I 111].| ; I. ) :su 7'iu:; HATE: 011'1:1' : :- TIlt belt ; traversed by the Tian-
l IK- cullii 1'axc8w.
I i.euLt'. 1 I"i 'd l Oil City :
( Ii'e\\' York und of tae .'a ;o't.Itih t.. i II' t i i'-; '. '. ..,.: '.I i; ; "j" '
) i '" 'J 'i U \' : I'I ( .11 C" n "i it I .l\, ill i are 'J t V .v low.| tmd.tinr.| .. .
I llO yrr.l'1 1M ii.: sit K. It. c mill acesEVF.llY
; trident: Republican) Lo.lr'W oi i'.t.i:: ... :1.0. ,II! .,, / .1, mud !mails, und nave ; '.tlrn,' the 'minim Council of
dcijihu.' I "% 4lt >u \t. ;i i i .T jil.ti j\l\\ n id ii.jcus !IMH cners, : ciew IILUIi. ii" a i>y ( t'a1'

An eh'iiil; w.i i.uvl" t t'/ :iiKe the I1111ih';
Blame from the 1't'Iuluti.:: und a long discussion t'Plltl'lll Asia ; und" by wa.v of iidttin. ;:{ new iic t'-fid'-iit.! The :snip is alliiat all, b:it her 'I I iiai i"'r tie pihposeof' dcfraving the cpeiise.s \-
en-iu-d. : of the city: government fur the year be found in the State, a large proportion
: lustieto the military lenovvn "t'old England : .forward con,;>:aitiiii-nt is 1'1111111'wllkr not the
1570 hereby
; : following' / uppropnations: are
The Republic-tins{ further urge the! establishment : being peculiarly adapted to the culture ofSEMI'TROPICAL
and giving!; a lush deinonsttation olner much prospect of saving tl.e vessel.: made :
of the public service: on the Ialsisof !
: 'I. FRUITS and Early Vegetables
intelligence and good' conduct 1 ; the maintenance lighting power, he rapidly transfuied Ai'i'ALMNo accounts ure received in London lime sum of$1,88.5l for unpaid' sanitary! ,
Inclcl.11'1 llll'-I: and The Large Compact livdies of Titnicr
of specie payment ; the passage oi I a i'ew! re.gimc.iits! of .Sepoys) from ilindooslan' of the famine prevailing in parts! of Armenia 2. Tiie of ;:) for of
hum $1,050 salary city
make these lands of CAREFUL LATIUX
laws depriving grccnhuc of their !legal ten worthy -
to the snores of the \leditcrr..LlleUIJ-l'l'Ul" and Kurdistan. It is:, represented: iu om<.cn>.
der quality ; the management by States oi( .UIlX.l by manufacturers Lu'tIBERA
I their own utluirs! : ; the enloreement of all icts which look more like the devices of a I extending over nn urea of one bundled 6. Inrj hum of $700 for' pu.\ment of cityseaveiier
ultl.nallawl4: and the maintenance of equal chanattin in politics: than the deeds:! of a thousand: square miles. American missionaries und other f-anttary purposes.
4. 1 no bum ol $;JUO$ for roads and bridges!
rights throughout the country. :statesman. That the policy of swagger andbluster raiding: in Turkey have sent similar 5. The sum ot ;UO for cemetery purposes. NEW SETTLERS .
several speakers made an effort to have
the obnoxious resolution relative to Grunt may even carry the coming election, representations to the United States, and are .
and Blaine stricken out, and !Senator! Crocker is by no means! improbable.! True Mr. Glad endeavoring to olnain: means of relief for thesutfering 0. The Mini of $700; for incidental expenses Purchasing land: from this company are furnished
made motion to that effect but it and outstanding illdebtcdllcII.i : with entire free passage on the Transit
a waslost stone pulverised} the Premier's population.IN .
Thc hum oi :;loX for the bonded indebtedness
5> )
22 to 24. A motion endorsing Edmunds in a low calm, cutting words; refusing, in England an appeal for help, signed by : and \interest thereon. Railroad for family and personal effects
was lost: and an allusion! to Bayard, to the station nearest the land
of Delaware, as a candidate caused considerable his address: to a Scotch constituency! to he- the Archbishop of Canterbury, Earl of Any surplus' :! collected and unappropriated purchased.

excitement. After an earnest discus put upon the! defense: and atta'l.anvigor: Shuftesbury ,Marquis Salisbury und others shall. be appropriated fur bonded indebtedness. TITLE; COMPLETE:, being derived by

sion the rea >lutions as reported were adopted ously the policy of hid adversary, he !has declared bus: been put in circulation. In the districts lie it further ordained, That for the payment grant from the United State and punhuM

'tinted, an executive and the convention committee at large was. up- that those who endangered/ the union where this famine prevails: five months of time aforesaid; appropriations' tile from the State of I"loridaCOItRESI'ONDI'NCE.
the that maintained there HDVO must before another harvest sum ot one und one half per cent be levied(
arc party (lin pass: : : can ; ) ) : ; SOLICITED
the 23th; of February the National and collected upon thc a!):.cssc-d valuation ot
Republican l League" met at Philadelphia, Ireland) an alien church, an unjust land- bring relief. taxable propel ty of this city and teat for'
' and their law, and franchises inferior to ours! ; that the WITH regard to the distress in Ireland, the the purpose: payment of the aforesaid sanitary Descriptive MAts and CIRCVLVRS: maiku: on
adopted} t.aeollowitga': platform :
ministry have weakened the empire by needless New York Tribune of :March 12th publishesa loan, and the;said bonded indebtedness, u I'l'l t'alltJlI.
We intend t" usecvy elli.rtin our powert of ('11.\:0;. W.
fitly ier cent: the taxes so: levied onaforcvudd : LEWIS,
I de.'e.it; the i iii! ;'d-rein projjit.We : wars, dishonored it in the eyes of Europe letter from its special Irish correspondent, shall only be payable in currency Land
prOfh'1i u, tabor for tile overthrow of by filching cyprus from thc Porte under Mr.( Iledpath, showing that men, women und ot'time U liill'l! Statt Government, or ceitili- ,
the \' in this! State whereby n a clandestine treaty, a/grandi/ed Russia children are redue'ed to the last stages of cutes! of indebtedness issued on account of tile Oflice 1-tf cor. Match! and: :.s.-venth.: Sts.:

low! politicians constitute themselves dictators destitution that thousands und thousands said sanitary loan or I'L"'t due ot .
di-incinbermcnt. und. ruin coupons ------
lured Turkey to -
of our ptaU iris and of our candidates:i, of families; are begging, and I huddled together the bonds! oi tne city.Passed .
demand uhed.eiice to their edicts and treat and loaded India with the cost: of an unjustifiable in miserable huts or the abodes 111'UIllI1ull, : its. lint reading, January 2> with undisguised contempt the will of the wit and lead title.
war hout tire, food, clothing or bed ling; by its
people and the declared principles of the These and true words but that the distress i.s nut subsiding! and that as Passed lU third reading and adopted
arc strong KIINAXDIXA: ] Jt'LOHID.DJun { .\
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party yet :mttlcient arrangements have not been February lath, l NI. T. KYDi, I
We will seek to secure the nomination for whetherstrength truthin given contest! made to stay time fa "ine President ot Council.

i the Presidency of some statesman! of capacity will prevail over specious plausible error, it I : Attest : v : IN

integrity, and courage, who will labor is not safe to predict, as battles 1\1'8 fought GENTS. EMIL O.. FRIEND. City,.. Clerk.. 2 -30d Flue Fant913' GroeericH
earnestly! for the improvement of our public I ------ --- --- --
\ life, and who will secure the support not and arc decided in the political field One day several years ago, when I was SEASON 1t480.
only of zealous Republicans but also of ------------ .--- rather u young man, the editor of one of the' AND
t 1 thoughtful and independent voters. OLD WOULD ITEMS. great New York dailies for which I was doing T II E K G M O X T ,

Our demands! arc moderate : no third term, occasional I articles, called me into his!' THERNANDINA, FLA. PROVISIONS.Customers .
a party without a master, and a candidate I"BANcE.-Hefore the Senate adjourned on sanctum. lie held u manuscript of mine in
I without stain. his hand and on his countenance was an ---
a of last week three articles of the
Tuesday! ,
The Leading Hold ofhe
In pursuing these alms we are wholly in expression! which 1 hastily and inaccurately South
I Ferry education bill were adopted. Article translated into declined, with thanks." can rely upon getting CHOICE
the spirit of the honored founders of the And the most Elegant in ull its appoint.
party, and are endeavoring to rescue it from 7, relating to the Jesuits! und other ullauthor'Ized "I notice the word gent here" he. said, melts: Heated by /hteain, Lighted by Gas,
I \ degradation and impending disaster. We societies, having been defeated, the thoughtfully tapping the paper with his Hot and Cold) Baths, Ural Anunciator, Fire GOODS, as
intend, therefore, to maintain and enlargeour Minister of Public instruction has: resigned.A forefinger- ; have "you spelled it eorrectiy'haven't ? plaee in every Room, A.C., Ac.: Practically
organization and to co-operate cordially I spelled it g-e-n-tf" I asked in 1"1 rc'-Prullf. tire Muse on every floor, nod
VIENNV dispatch was! received at London astonishment. NOTHING BUT THE FI EST: BRANDS
with associations or individuals desiring) like special accommodations for Families and
., objects. on Tuesday, March 10, reporting that "I believe so; but won't YOU have the Large!; Parties.
Wherever the be goodness to look it up in the (dictionary ?"
party can on the -Russian; frontier, the river had educed Kate
I utilized to advance these ends it ought to be I turned confidently to Webster's: Unabridged ____ ___are_kept] in stock.A. .
promptly and vigorously! used. Whereverthe broken through the dyke and flooded thirty and presently became rather rem in For parties remaining a week or longer.

I) organization is improperly or despotically villages! some of which art? completely de- the face at not being able to find the wordin EG MONT COACH11S: every Boat and B. NOTES,

controlled., self-respecting. Republicansought stroyed. Thousands: are without shelter or that bewildering storehouse Train. Rowing, Sailing, Fishing and Hunting
,. to join in frankly expressing their, "Perhaps there is no such word in the in the Inlets, Sounds und on the Isles of
opinions. If at any place a tmtllcient number food. English language,? ," slyly suggested!; the editor the ::;Sportsman's Paradise. First-class GROClmXD SHIP CHANDLER,
of such men cannot be found to act together THE Mansion Relief Committee report ; "in which case we had better strike it Livery. Twenty-four miles! of the Finest

we will be glad to accept' as nonresident from Dublin, under date of March 10, that out of the article." Beach in the World. Bowling Alley, Shooting DEALER IN
members of our association any persons liberal contributions from different parts of This little lesson made so deep an impression Gallery, Millard Room eVc., connected lroviion
and instilled into heart such Liquors, Ef(".
wishing to join us. em me, my with the House. A. MELLEN; ,
t I I the world arc continued. One hundred and hatred of the word grit that I believe if I 2l-tf
u __ __ __ __ ____ Proprietor.PHOCLiAJIATIOX.
We commend the example of these Massachusetts : ---
ninety pounds: sterling are acknowledgedfrom were naked nnd starving I would refuse to

and Pennsylvania Republicans to Wilmington" N, C. From Australiaand : be clothed gratis at a "Gents' furnishing AGENT!: FOR B. F. VERY & CO.'S PLOWS.
the I large number of conservative Republicans store," or accept a complimentary dinner in
r New Zealand 5,400 pounds were received a Gents' saloon." )Ir. Richard Grant White MAYORS OFFICE,
i I I IIf' in Florida, for whom we entertain in yesterday. The Australian: contributions wittily remarks that "gents"! and "pants" FtR.vMIIN, FIA., March( 2, 18SO. ---

' I common with a large majority of the people from time to time have afforded very !belong together, the former always wear the Notice is hereby given to the qualified CENTRE STREET, ,

If' of the State, the kindest feelings of respect aid to the committee. The greatest latter. If? "gent" is to be tolerated by carefulwriters voters of the city of Fernandina, that the
and confidence. It is time that the moderate important then let us accept "pants" for trotiert Annual Election for OtliC'l' of suit City will 52 tf l"JmX.\XDI-iA
t distress is apprehended in May, June, and / "triiu "pare" for h.if>jjfn or /lI'rllf. and, in lie 111.1011 Monday, the Fifth day of -,.--- ---- FLA.---
\ Republicans of Florida should take stepsto July, when the committee fears that its brief adopt all the vanl'gutetlnlld wonderful 1.S80:\ at the City Council Rooms, on 'U.LI.\'I 1'. WOOD
j throw off the incubus! of association with resources will be taxed to the utmost. vocabulary of the average newspaper. street, between the hours of'I A. M. and Jr.,

I the unworthy elements of the party, und The word "gent," however does describe\ suiisft: on !said! day. And the following
I LONDON, March( UK-One of the ablest of a class.: When you see a greasy young fellow ollicers of the city will then and there be NEWSDEALER:
I assume control of its! interests, as they should the Liberal leaders Right Hon. W. E.: Filter. who seems n cross between rustic and cinweMi by a vote :of a majority of the votes rjENEHAL:::

do, constituting, as we believe they do, a has IM.4Ul'lll\n address in reply to Beacons- negro minstrel off duty-a person with cap given!; at said election! ; viz: BOOKSELLER: STATIONER: WHealer

i! majority of the party in the State. field's manifesto. He denies: that the Liberals set; far buck on his clo-ely cropped head, One MAYOR,
ti 'lt trousers that suldenlfull at the Eight; ALL'UtMtN, in
Let them Grant and all the ; grow I'ullt'rUt'It'III
members ,
oppose have any desire to break up the union ankle, and shuts with turne-d-up: : puintel One Cirv I'LUJK: amid TRH'li: : ,
t of their party in the State against whom i hot ween' Great Britain and In('!.n t 1; he says tips wlwro dif he get: th-- ,s'i! '.-, ': -wiL.11 tam' l'1 m :M I vt-u\i. and TCOLLKCTUR: CE;T1it: Su..':IT. FERVANDINA
t:. the people have just causeof omplaint, ands the! charge\ N m id.bv. the Pimi only for yon s"i- thivul ptr little t'I"in't voi scisi" ():mestain.\I..H. ,
; I 1 I
let them combine elevate the innrnb of tl'lItj.1Iur' : ent." ''\ltl (win eni mi','r htm ,HItl'e.'t t i! a-I I i I.T Iunland) seal of the city -
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the p'lrH: isof turning .avv.iv the i "I'I"l!! ill !>o'IlbjlIelhblI'j"' ""I.[.. !gLinm:! :Idut l- '1 tin _'l dt., ; or'! M tieh, 18 0,
i I the party: in the State, to a higlur( standard time publi'1: !i'lom fheni'.sfhi' .'vousandruinoasforeign Miir'ir'l! ; .' the ltttiofiih: | of Mitiu- lalil-'ll' 'xlllL1.lIJtW: ) .-O; Mau.r. Shelf.. Papers, Picture Frames Brackets.
then it hat .vet known, I I TIRNFU DfiiNc.) ) Croquet :Sets; Hund Glasses: l Combs,
p">liey of the government i'h I'V'-d' :in<"er or clie-ap! hi uide< in a drinkinjhousi :;- : City Marshal brushes\ ,
etc. Pajieteries ii gre'at'
wind'I011 vvillnu'et him there but March Jot tf. variety.
week election ? ; ... .tlsu
'OltLIQVaoTEEnglish WITHIN: lour or five a gonen.1 -- -- : Setydng Machine Needl Oil .
-- etc.M.
I ; I! heaven proerve/nii freiiii ever meeting him
is: to take place in Great Riilain and in deceit literature-lunrihmbus! Club in KIIiitIFl".S: N1IK.BY flipper J.Inkstands: 75 Cl'n "4. .

1'I: (<'I0I18-1he; near approach' of Ireland. It is estimated that the expenditures Jl.irch AthuHc.CITY VIim'E OF AN EXECUTION IS- KITZEWOLLKR-- --- -

,; the dissolution of the British Parliament of the political campaign will amountto -' out of the Circuit Court, Fourth ,

has set the fighting men of all parties at more than tOOltoMamid::! ( as the sum must or FERXVNPIM, Maivh 5, 10(1.l'roposalll : Jiniicial Cirl'uit. in and fur the (\.unity of

work burnishing up their armor, fcharpen-' be withdrawn principally from I London, are inriteel for the! scavenger Nassau, Florida, in favor of .1l1btlrl1, lloytit JACKSONVILLE: :, VL\
work of the City of Fernandina, for twelvemonths Co., und against! James Leak it Sons: 1
lug their good swords, and getting ready home securities already spew a decline. commencing Al'ril1..r.. 18 *0.A have I levied upon, and will oiler for sale at I.

generally for the fray ; for election, of course, LONDON, Maivh 14-One of the addresses No hid for removing night soil for the public outcry in front of the Court house,

;' cornea quickly after dissolution. Lord Bea- ( issued by the }present administration t-pace of seven months., from April l<,t, lt$'0. in the Cituf Fernandina, said County of Black Silk, 0I O ('., warranted all silk. ,
Bonds will be re-quired for faithful 'erfor- Nassau, on the first Monday April, 18.SO!
i consfield, as leader on the conservative side to their constituents declares that they ounce tlf the work | being the Fifth day of said month, all the The best $1.00 silk III the U. S.

dashes fiercely at the enemy, charging his that they have labored to avert war und T. KVPP President. right title und interest of James Leak & Sons Summer Silks

opponents with the design, under the guiseof when that impossible they have soughtto ; E. O. FRIEND, Clerk. in the following described real and ]>crsonalproperty at 50 c., Go c. ; beet 70 ('t".

Home Rule" for Ireland, of breaking up prevent complications that would threatenthe block that is : Lots 3, 4,5, 6 and 34, in Matting at 14 c. ; fancy at 25 c,
Xa&tau Coll.oeHl't'J'l'nt'll number, being in the City of .'er.nau.Una
the British empire and of giving Ireland special interests of Great Britain ami the
County Nassau Florida :3X>
together Blue Flannel Suits
Monday October 20tl t *. Pupils at $d; to f 12.
live and to rule itself he of In domes' legislations i with the allif
liberty to apart ; general l peace Europe rtveiveel at: any time, and at the usual rates. steam saw mill fixtures ma-
imputes to them, also timid counsels in all the government has kept in view the To the citizens of. Florida this! Institution e-hiiiery, on aid lots, and the water privi Money refunded if not I
matters of foreign policy and a willingnessto ) importance of aiming. ut the general good nlforels everyfacility near home for the leges)Terms, wharves cash., Ac., therewith apiK'rtainuur..;. ----- -- -

see England lowered and dishonored and has been able to effect<< substantial improvements thorough} ediieation-of; their daughters.Somt 27-td :Sheriff: Nassau PETER County.CONE Florida., AXGKL: A FRIEND,

among the nations lIe has chosen his in laws tree-ting the great indmstrial More BAKER.' AND CONFECTIONERS:

points adroitly In his: published manifestofor classes.- On the other hand the Of thus nice French Broadcloth and NASSAU ('OI.M;:
popular effect, and with no little skill Home-Rule members aver to the 1 people of Tweed Coats still on hand and will be sold \ YOUNG LADIES, CHOICE

aims to set the people of England: and Ire- Ireland that I/ord Bearoi tield gums! issues! out much be-low 1'0.1, by FOR Groceries
oe-t 1$ M. I1owNEY. Cigars' aud Tobaccos
land against! the Irish on the question of the "a declaration<< of war tumult your country, AT FERNANDINA..t, ,
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the Forfrlircwdness and and friends." The i lt TOYS AND }
Union and integrity of empire. you your ministry 'AXCYUTICI.ES..
.OXICThl'rE' will lie a regular com- A Thorough KnglNh; Ediirntion.
of a similar kind-bordering of. trying to sow dis cnsslon between Englishmen 11I numie-ation of Amelia Ljidge. NI). 47, Weddings Entertainments:

ten on sheer trickery-this adroit rhet horician and Irishmen, and by that means to F. t V .\. M., on Monday evening, February Special advantages 1'\( TlS0 anti DKVW- ftinn:-lieil at,the hhorte t notice anti Picnics:
23d: at 71 o'eltxksharp.! : Transie brethren pro, Mt'stc un.1 FREXCII.For at rnek-but
has been remarked for at least a third of a obtain a renewed term of office torn ,price,*,
are fraternally inv itesf to attend. ClivulaiN, address. utANGEL'S
century or since be seized the opportunity.of BERLIN, March 12.: -Bismarck has orderedthe W. F. SCOTT: W. )1, REV. J. II. MY ERS. BAKERY,

1 making himself} the champion of the pro. publication of diplomatic documents JOHN WHITSIT, Secretarj- Fernamlina, }'Ja, .? Opp. old.Centre P 0, Building Street ,


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I !- I IDIIIIUOH.. conn KsvoxmxcK. 'I cd your sentiments about this!. singularly little IMtr.STItlAI. MAC'WORKS. II'XI': 1 ii. j. iiAitim A. imo.,

=_ I known, but marvdou beautiful rifer I 1
.HmusoNvn.i.K: l.\t., :March 10th.1'ussibly It. : I
| and ? du the
h'mj; query Why not owners

SEMIWEEKLY.1'EItNANI)1NA[ .. .. one of the principal: reasons: why of the steamboat Flora/ POND, PaoraiEroa.Shopsittlated3ntinntcs' : .
-_. --.-- provide! some! 1'II. Pearl New
--- ,
-- l people) go West i is that distance, east and

] J FLORIDA.( west t, makes little, if any, climatic changes sleeping\ arrangements for- tourists at CampPinkney } -
"f and so enable them more thoroughly

H7ZJA/7s7U: ..11AnC1l1.18M.< The New Yorker, lands Minnesota( or Kansas I the and :\ : west of Depot III.
to enjoy charming trip up walk) ,
.. _. .. ..
...--- .--- --. ..- -- .. 01 tlal''indniI1 in Arkansaw or Texas, MANVrACTVRKRS- OF
down the St. :Marys Itivcr. TOVRIST.
SVDSCMI'TIOX, f o 1'Eli .l.V.VW/t and finds little that i is new, curious or interesting JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.MAMKACTfRUl .
._ From u goodly list of visitors and sojourners .
-- -- -
'-- -- -- that lands! 1\11l1usu.
rS I.. ;' ;; : except are! cheap at the Spencer House, St t, Marys, -
He have established littslncts Office at the ally of a better quality, than those of the
/lust office, under the charge of Mr.' II' /', Wood, older states )Improved and implements this season, we extract the following ami OFIKON "lltltlaTlat'SOR.ta

Jr., tf/iO will receive subscrijitions, advertisements machinery insert the list with!. more than ordinary: \pleasure
) 1 Usually: in advance of the ; AND J BRASS CASTINGS: ,
and other, go aver
the .
favors fur MIUROR, and who' always as we desire to add our personal" testimony
has tile paper on sale. age immigrant, and when he arrives he has "
to that of numerous well satisfied! IRON FRONTS: AND FENCES:
--- --------- ------ -.- -- no experiments to make but at to
goes guests-wishing its excellent host, :Mr.} : TREE: : M\NtIR".
l'ostofficc011('('. his routine work, and reasonably expects For )Jwl'llillllulll; Cemeteries, latest designs.I
Thompson; an increasingly la'usperuuss'asuu\
results corresponding with his efforts'. The
Office{ l'JIIrs-J.'rOlI1 8:00: .t. M. to 7:00: 1'. M. : and fresh!' accessories;, his guests\ : who, under I also have the largest as.s ittiunt, of MACHINERY -

Money Orders! and Registered Letters from people with their manners! and customs are his excellent catering !soon become willing ; PATlhtiNS" ; in the State, and

fc:00: A. M. to 1:00: I', M. ; and from 2.00; I'. M, the same as those! with whom he has been ; ami firm friends can till most tiny onliT without parties paying (Under Formula of Geo. 11, Fom-Mor.)

to 3:30: 1'. M. !Sundays:; (from 10:30: to 11:30: A, associated.!' Not so with the northern man references : for the extia v.peiiMol. I patterns.My ;, .
M. and 3:30: to 4:30: iM.. I 1<'. U. Ilollings", north, Chicago, Id. ; lr.) 5Lw'hhi((' Sh.ip; i b fttiutshid with the
ARRIVAL AND- DEPAIOTRE OF Illl. when he goes, South.\ : The change of climate and! Mrs.! 1 K. $. MCV.OHUW, Phil.Uclphi.t' I'a. ; latest improved! tools, wnuli enables( myvvorknun
J1/ail-\rri\'cs M.1Ils.Xwtltern j N very great. From the snow-clad t fields of I 1... :-I.: Rout, Providence. U. 1 L ; L. 11. Chandler hI> tutu out sulk with the greatest Pronounced by Orange Growers the veryHeNl .

daily" at" 10.30: A. M. his native land, even as late as Iarl'hllId Hoston, Mass."' ; C.:1. Hatriicldcr' and I Ii'l't'tll.ril'k ,1". Closes
;j.uo: ) I', M. Sardmcr, Cambridge, Mass.I ; Dr.J. .
\ [
for I'Llwn.n
the (
S-mlhcrn: iVwV-Arrives :3.30: April, he suddenly lands In Florida and! I ;. Y. II. James
: I' M 1'. Uliven, Brooklyn ;jill' 1 F.MlINi: ': CO.( ami can fuiiiish their KNGINKS : -
Closes 10.00(): A. M. find: himself at once surrounded with the New York ;j.1. S. :Suuis:: tilt, Columbus"' Ohio; ;, }l01J.1.:1d) .: : ,,, SAW-MILLS: at the ,

St .Vitri' s /l.ld, Trader's/ Hill Jail1'r'r. set-lies of lIIj.l'. \lIIII11'r\ Vegetation; +whichtr.ty .1 I, T. Itrnwn and, wife' 1\\.,:
..'. i.i <,tars und Fridays ut20p.: ::) ) at. trunks and wife, I I'; I'. Fowler! :New York ; Also Jt'DSO.N'.s) cr.LKHRATF.D: : : STEAM
t< II fonder to planted' at h inn-, is IKii' '- ,
(t": ,)' !9 :yi i i.is: aidThur-days: \ lit f-UO: A. M, J. I 1). Collins, ..1.l.1. Pcckcrson, \\'in. ll. Vcnniilo GOVERNORS: :: and K.OLES' S'I'1.1M1'l'Jll'S l
....'. Jl: 1,1, > ,__ ''.' hanl"iPH'I'I': \ : :md) M-;. claM.in! itx-f| \ Atlanta, Oa.Ilat'Uuhis .
and soldlit !
: kept constantly on hand /
.lrriv.1'! .' I 11 I :."'. i 1 Tii, Ln.:1! :; ;1'(1(i 1. 'I.[ l!..1.! 'r; \-i; I'1 h.'! .iii that! tll\\ I aid!I lie' liaOiccn i ManufacturcrV: / prices, freight added.

"" 'riK""ii.i'd/ :' !: I 'I i !l.i'i I :;...1'1'' Ji l. ttstoiiu-d.. Then, again I the people and Ilaru Wed 11, s-dajsian.l.-at ,ita.xsat:" !(1l'I;('( .\. M.Cloes l.
Jlitrt. etc. address F. R. POND;
Tuesdays', Wedii'-sdavw, their manners/ and I mode of I li\ingdin"er as ,

Fridaysand :Mturdays:' at :L'II::! p. :M.SAML t. widely as does. the climate, andegetation.! Grand clearing on: sale 'for the next thirtydays. .._S'__. _O..__Box___ 30.r__.______ -Jacksonville___ ____.__ _u,_Fla.___ FOR : : COMI'LETI: : .MAFOR -
All the entire good-mow on hand at
: T. RID'DELL: ) )
P.M. All these changes give lIoH.lt.nlld. interest JAC'ItSOXVILM:
an'inimensi-.sai-niii-c, account of
tIn retiringtrom
N NtJn",
- at the time, and are just the thing' to attract IllIsille)1.: DOWM.Y.Feb. ) ; .

LOCAL,. HE.. FLECTIONS.Sufferlnu the tourist, but the novelty i is soon gone and :.U '
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J -- till! immigrant! settles down and. goes to Hotel Arrival IRON AND BRASS:; FOUNDRY ,I.

Ireland work, with an idea of revolutionizing the EVERY FARM CROP, }i
KtiMoNT noTEt..- C H llubbard and wife,
A list is AND
sa'sei1)tlun: : now opened in this
country, and of bringing vegetation and<1 his;, T llmv.im.m and :L'! daughters, Detroit' ; 11 .i

# .* city' to. ti.e Ik-ring poor' in Ireland, and l new lu-igiibors:, up to his own 1 notions i of .\ Clayton and wit'e, Uutcrsville ; \\' M.Uitani L

u'i,:; cosurilmri! for that object will! be ; ; Ciicaru ; F T fc-crnwl, Eta tiUii re ; MACHINE SHOP.
propriety, LIoIt.J.lit'\ t hims.'lf to
I t'l.irkluliy'' :: twelve 1, either at the pastoral a l.iptin .\I,.--s1 15 \\',""lwurl1a:01> l< Uliur?iMi, Miss Prepared! on scientific principles! to produce
his ne-.v .suiroUii.Jiji: ,.;s. Ayc.tr an i possibly' M .Muiini, Plnia ; it 1) i-'arrali, C :.Muiinka.ivl I
r.s''lnee;' of Father 1)11)ylc) (ir at M.: l large
a 'il'1111'l'r aero.
the best ,I.lrt .1/ .i,::( III \.1 (1-1 is ail;.Itt' III i i-\p-i- bi-ri'iim; tuitj-ivo IA.-VC, N Y ; JanusV
,)uW toy's, eoviit-r of Cv.iUv: alt.. fiiir.l.trts.: ivui.'iw 11&.111" Itiiton) \\' I'; \\ l'I."IIIW
iiiKiit an I t lallure.:1 lloioe: tile ..<....itisi'.utimi < ; ,
---- -- jJiMorii/n ; u t1 Mxrm.s; Win Pu-ntnv, T. J. MURPHY PuonmTou.
An JArcttr.sftui.: ; all.ll''' ] lor.tiy mi4rutir" !' .!%::! it..'. < is iro Uuii.Uo :
.1 II.H'::
di Saturday last a loII'"e par of exenrtioiists sent ltJl'k (.1 tiun.ior: settioii :?: t... ,'''. U'liilOu.i. t MI in, Uctroit ; 1) it James, J1

: composed of the rue>t ,: the Eg-: Hut I did not blurt out to givj ': ......-'('1 t.l- CchuiloN 1 ; -'if itiulMrs L 1)) Norton. ALSO 1)UXLEUS IN ,
c.util, ana 1I1l" ,', lama( ; (i P Way unit
L 1II.1lt: and u number of oitiz: : i ip. .j: yed a thIn on imllli.rati'lllIh'r. a n.-ii'i :t.J .fa WilL'll..
M.-mv.ible( exeursioii u/ 'n.1 iry.-j river, number of years! in the: .S auto i Ii i I. m-i.iy: ) 11 L.inij and wl.e1.,1., tor) IMIIIC, .Mis;, A AViiiu | STEAM.NGINF.S: :: : :: Sl'IABIlll:, A: 1ALL '! !Mi: AGRICULTURAL C1111ICALSrl'LPII.1TE : ;Ii.-

.1,1' t 10 steamer Fhra. l'.t.J' ; 1..1., il very! en- things here wan; 1%:ilc: .l I H.UO i'i f...rnurtimes \ lA-opo.;)! tiltiotc, Wiic ciiiltlivn" aiii MADS) ()II-' MILLMAC11IN- ;j'
maid It.jsioii J ll I'iuino iiiid. w.i'o N; Y EltlIL'JI.T: OR !UEPAIISED.; :
been litmiliar tnac.. zunv ; ; ; AMMONIA
//o/ Ira: tinhJ of it, a.i-l "'.:j'r '. c t t.ieinselvesicnaitod oji-ninu a0ain ,
li l'\.hllUld Wile, St 1 Louis ; li i I K 1'airbanka,
; : with the novel, curious a.d l I'xcoodiiiijiy l iiuonvcnient. : -
trip.1'crnonitl. 'ft'II II ; J Srnu-r, Mr aim :Mrs Kdward': 'I

--- -- Smith Mrs Matt, Miss Wells, Lon,; Island Fll: T-CI.\:4:4: : WORKMANSHIP: ::; NITRATE SODA,

On my arrival at S.ilom, a ci
:Mi. D. :S. Place: rcmrum on Friday last in the interior of the state, the circumstances ) aiul wife, .\ II ti."ll'll'O J. McKiran. ; Y ; I IV L AND :SritlCT 1'1':<\1.t\t.tn'( IS TUP. Rl'l.K.' : 1.SUPER: PHOSPHATE: LIME,
llallow.ty, lirooKlyn ; am
from Indiana, bringing with him a party of which necessitated;, my visit, called together \\1.1( 11 Markley; Chicago, Orders) from\ distance will receive careful .

gentlemen from that Suue who will make u large number of people. At least a and prompt' attention. SULPHATE OF POTASH,

thorough investigation of the advantages ofl.JriJ.L thousand!' persons were congregated at the MA11IXK.I'ort Ii
\. with view of removal SHOP I (() : BAY ST., NK\R Tin Situ'AtoD,
a hither. The depot, and not.a single! colored man or women J
report they may make on their return will to be seen. On inquiry I found that dec"-tf Jacksonville\ Flu.
attest the movements of number WATKR.Wednesday : .. .
quite a large -- --- --- --
there was not a single negro in the county ; { OF POTASH
of families who contemplate removal if the <(< March 17... A. M. 0:12: :! r. M. AN OIl )I\A\< i: ,
and that is not allowed to there
is favorable.A negro go ;jit "
report Thursday, IS... 0:41": 1:11:1": : .1
___. I is said and the fact that if U THE: FIRE: ORDINANCE.: SULPHATE MAGNESIA"
none deny a Friday, 10... 1::lIi" U:0-: :! 'fOm ordained, That form and ,

Flower Show. colored person! comes to any part of the Saturday, 2t: )... 2:11):: SULPHATE OF SODA
Preliminary arrangements have been made! county, a "vigilance committee" waits upon owners! of wooden buildings within the tire ,

for holding an exhibition of .Howe!, fruits him and notities him that he must leave. If ENTKRKD. limits be permitted to repair their buildings Ground Hone.
March 13. Schr. Hamburg, Libby, N. Y. with shingles and weather boarding, pro'Idetl ( HCrlctlJ'ure
\ and vegetables at Fernandina, during the he disregards the notice he is either hangedor "
Schr. FoHtina Pliilbrook Charles that
; such repairs do not increase the
latter part of April at which liberal premiums shot or "mysteriously disappears.! And ton. risk of tire.

will be offered for displays of those why ? Not because ho i is disorderly ; not March 13.; Schr.. dnelle, (Brtish) Saulner, All! ordinances( or }parts of ordinances con- Our circulars give full particulars, and are

productions, especially} for the best displays! because he has committed)' crime ; not St. Thomas.March : flitting' herewith are repealed.} mailed free to all applicants. They will interest .
14. Str St Juhnu, Vogel Charhs'ton. Passed second 1 2Hth
; reading 18W.Approved I ).
January, if Interested in
are Agriculture
from counties and towns outside of Nassau. because he (is character but because you you
: a suspicious ; "
Schr. Kntest T Lee
15. : Portau
:Spain.: and adopted l February 1 18' 1HW.T.'KYDD' Culture. l.VCm
or Orange
Premiums will also: be ottered for displaysof I he is: a "nigger." And this cannot be .. Brig Arcot, Small, Port an :Spain I .. -- ---- .... --......- .. ---.-

collections of plants indigenous: to Florida laid either to the one political party or CLEARED. :2i ii-30.1. ___ President of. COli lid I. Till'! FLORIDA
exhibited! in pots We hope to be able -' --- ----
topublish} the premium and\ other details1 the other, for cither have milHcient power March 13. Schr, Lugano, Mckowcn, liarbadoes. COVEN: IIKOTIIKIIN' ) ,

at an early day. and influence in the county to protect the fllOWN IMPROVEMENT:: COMPANY j {
-.---- -- March 15. Schr. Thne Sisters, Baker, Phila. .
innocent if they would.
Fire.A March 15. J \W\ linwii, Patterson! Phila. POPULAR '
Such acts, if committed in Florida I! would in. JHO JiraceuvU, Chatticld. Phila.

fire occurred on Sunday, between I Uand: be heralded. all over the civilized world, and ..,t. Johns, Vogel, Charleston.!! D KY GOODS STORE:, --- ; .

1 o'clock near Leak's!: mill Tinoccupant! : a we would merit and receive at least the contempt Steamer C'ity of JfridyetoH arrived from Savannah Feriiaudina,
colored woman whose! name was WiNon, 41 AM 43 BtY STREET,
of all on :Sunday, March lltli.
good men everywhere My
was absent at the time the tire coninu-ni-ed I 1, Steamer Florida/ arrived from Sitvannah on TOWHN on R. It. Line,
visit here has; in many respects, been an Jacknonwille, Florida.
and had left child aged tin numtlo in the the amc day.Steamer And Cedar Key..
unpleasant one. Rain and mud and sleet,
house alone. When the (lire was ,i-o\cred Florida arrived from Jacksonvilleon .
cold) one day and hot the next, has been the I
and the alarm given "the Mmnel( I and in a Monday. .
oVder of things. I find the people kind social OHIHms: I'IIOMI'TLY ATTENDED
) ,
frantic way said! her child: was in tile hou e. Steamer City of Kruljeton arrived from -- .- _- --- -- ._... -- -TO.. '
and hospitable every where. No political proscription. Jacksonville yesterday '
A colored man rushed:, in but did no succeed mis. ANNE: CXAHKI: Offers to Lessees and Purchasers u large!,; I
No danger to the white man, be Steamer David Clark arrived from Savannah
in saving the babe, whil'llVal burned to a yesterday. number of the runt eligible and desirableLots : i'I.
wherever whatever .
crisp, and was drawn out of the embers! his: nativity or opinion or rnniRD ST., BET CENTRE: AJ.ACIIUA,
- -- suitable {for Business .
when the fire !subsided.: The mother was they may. A large number of good Purposes, or fat

almost crazed with grief and /remor-e. The men are anxious to change localities and I COUUEKUIAI FERNANDINA: J .FLA.,I City i or Suburban Residences, '( I id
cause of the fire i is unknown. :
think we may look for" a goodly number to Fernandina Market.ORILECTED PICVLKR IN THE J

come to Florida. I>. t S. 1I -. UPON EASY: TERMS.
The City of Vrlageton. (' WEEKLY BVD... LIWTEY.
(:'IioicfMt Fruit and \> >
The popular !steamer City 'f Jtridyeton' of St. Mary's Again. Spirit'l.url'l.ntille.. 33 $ 38JKosin (" tjibleMfCONFECTION Liberal Discounts on Vulucu allowed to

t the Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat I Allow another "TourNt,1' most cordially, Tar: ...,..common.............traint.L.l.!...............none in 2oul market.| 10 ERI{ *: ETC.Bliss' : )parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial t

Company, left; here yesterday at 10 o'clock a. to endorse your extracts from the JadtHon-- Crude Turpentine.none in market.
hundred L'ottoll-S'a, Island in .,]. Garden Seeds, Flowerx) Farm and enterprises, who will erect on the property .
the .. 5rernuniUiiu
11. for Sr.va mah, with over one iIl,' $un and Frets and your editorial comment IIC( 4J (y Garden

tibia! pn>tK'nf,; >rs. She had. also a good : in connection with the management: Retail Market.COUKIXTKD I. .Implements... l. .:._______ __.___ 7 t tf1v. purchased substantial improvementsfor

f'l'i ,!ti': uino.i,* which, we noticed shipmentsf ( yf the '"ioU'1 at :St.: Mary., under! :'oIr. 'fllulIIl'- K. IIAUKXIGIIT, residence, or (in which to conduct their
<> i i'l'II', r )'u .\rrlll1ll1 t., several: of the D-triiig this: MM-OII I hale twice returned AGENT: Lushness
llraler in Fruit*, Vegetable, Garden Seeds, ete.VEGETABLES. .
pr>iiiiiu"it dfalrrs in 1'1'1I..1: at New York WUOLKHALE AND RETAIL
to St. :Marj"'s: ; the other liar, after a INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS
sail other eastern porN. Hereafter:. this exploration of the great AND STOCK DEALER,
:teamer will, we learn, leave here Tuc-day mart interesting: Potatoes, {JM.T. hu..hd.$1 40l( 50 BUTCHER ANDDealer : by ciemption) for a term of years from
and cloe Okeefeiiokee swampsof( which i.ssibly Swift Potatoes, {JK.T bushel....... 75@ 80) I
making connections -
Friday mornings, In Ire.TENNESSEE .
taxation, offered by the several cities and
at Savannah with !steamships for the "more anon,") and always with the same Cabbage JKT hundred10 OCI "'O (00

North. assured feeling of finding welcome, rest and Onions, j-cr quart_. 10o,15. OU : BEEF A SPECIALTY. towns. Apply to
'_ Cow PCH.-I, j I'er bushel.............. 1 75(( 2 OU I BROOM STREET WHARF
An Old Country Custom. comfort at that excellent hotel, so happily Tomatoes, jter crate................. U 00((i, 0 (OnTurnips ; -Office cur Beach A 7th sts., Fernandina.V4 !i

On S-iturday last we noticed a "Christmastree described by the Sun and Press l'orrl'l'l"m- {per. bunch.............._. (y, 5 -IfMf. --- FERNANDINA.. FLA.-- 10-tt .. ; .
dent, os the sweetest and cagiest! hotel in fKl'ITIl. : -
b lecked with streamers: of ribbon of the South !I" Apples, per biiihel.................. 2 O0@ 3 00 UNDER NE'2\Xi\GEB'NT.!: .Fl1'" T It Y I.

variou bright colors, and surmounted by the Bananas, JK.T hundred: ............. 3 00@ 5 (00 Spencer house
of Mr. More, also : I have compared notes with Cocoanuts ... 15 j
stars and stripes, perched on the top 10gJ f
Cha.0. Angel's concrete building on fellow travelers, and find but the one verdict Lemons, }per hundred.............. 3 00!!; 4 UJ* ST. MARY'S, GEORIIA. A.W.. LOHMANN'8 .
-)irfect satisfaction ; not only with the Orange, per hundritl.............. 3 00(y 4 (5f( ) -
Second street> ,and on investigation discovered
received at the hotel, but il'LTRY. J. W. Tllo'" t'IIJN. of the Kearsarge house,
treatment they \
further that the owner was entertaining his ) White Mountains -FAMOUS- ,
itself.l There Chickens! grown. y>(a, 40 Proprietor)
friends within the! building, regaling them warm eulogy of the place can Chickens, half-grown.............. :'Ma, .> Transient rule, $:!..\ ) jn-r day. Liberal

with !some most excellent lager and a nice be no doubt as to their being something ex. Ducks, grown, ]per j>air. 1 (OOfa 1 2,5Eggs terms minute to those desiring Itoard by the .Prepared Flour.

lunch. that this ceptional in the climatic influences of St. |per (dozen...........? 20ty 25Ueese week.._ ._ _11 tf
Enquiry developed the (act each............ - -
last visit I found no I less ...... 7\(4 1 00
is a custom of the old country,, and that in Marys. During my Guineas, each...... 30(4( 55 METROPOLITAN DINING

honor of the nearly completed; state of the than three eminent physicians from the Turkeys, ... 1 (IO(, I 25 ROOMS, ONLY FIVE CENTS PEU: POUND.

North, who had: been residing some weeks BCTCKCKli'
work MEAT
the celebrating that important -
owner was
event. Mr, Angel i U entitled to there, all unanimous In their ttronglyexpressed Beef, Tennessee........................ 10( IS (Opposite the Pool Office,) -

treat credit for hid enten,ri'e and public opinion a. to its: wonderful salubrity Beet, Florida 5o, 10Mutton fl II. HOBIRK, PROPRIETOR i 6-tf AT OLD V. O. BUILDING.

M'irit. In the intervals of business, he has, ; and these gentlemen made no secret of ... W& 1JPork. -- -- -- --- -

largely by his own jiersoiml labor, and by of urging their patient inNew ..-. (at 10 PRIVATE url TRANSIENT: BOARDING.ItovRD l FOR 'U ST.

actual superintendence of the work succeed their intention SatiMge............................. (a, 15
York and Philadelphia to make St. ItJr.Ulos.uu.0: pains spared to NICE ROOMS: FOR RENT:
loJ in erecting, on a novel (plan, a very handS"iueaud fLOL'R\ FEED, ETC. unit! customer SEVERAL '
The their headquarters during their residence 17.3nt- CITf.1t'r., corner of Cen-
substantial buiiness house. Marys4 --'
Bran and MiJdlingsper 100 Ibs. 1 Wa, 1if) and Third
tre Streets.
1 lower btory will be lease l for stores: and the South. Corn, per bushel..................... (<4 11>*) Itr.U..lt111 C. FORD Also the second above Messrs.
story Sydellt
upper, fur i public hall. It is understoodthat I am indebted to your columns for a most Flour, i>er barrel..................... 8 MO* 0 to) ., Urn., corner Ash and Third Streets.M. .
the Fernandina Light Infantry will occupy and Hay, [i-r 100lbs. 75r4 00 ENTIST: ,
St Itiver .
trip the Marys I) I DOWNEY.
it as an armory.ItcTlsllt'sea'a _.__ delightful up Hominy i er barrel................. Gif 4 75 32-tf In the I Man.SUIWC'RIBE .
i City
your editorial cars should have tingle: l at Oats, per buslu-I, ... fa *** Fourth St.' )
Little .\lec cigars! are I the expressions of surprise and delight with Ice, per ... ($10 00 I : TO THE MIRROR. $:> PKR:
good clear down to the bottom of the box Ice 10U' ( 75 4Stf FKKNANDINA..\. i $1 for
Try them. which a party of far northerners, ('ndoNiiiiiiI" per !y ; sift\ montbi,

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MASTER TR\NsroRT\Tto.v'8 OFFICE:, [ JAC-KSONVII.LF.!! FLOct.. 5, 187D. .
;, .T 4Lf.A.II AIIIF.r., FtA. February 3, II($O. J ATLANTIC, GULF tit WEST INDIA TRANSIT .. On and after this date Trains on this Road
On and afteY Monday, February, 18.SO, will run.as follows :
trains of this road will fol. PENINSULAR RAILROAD
passenger run as MAIL !
lows, viz : (WnMo, ANDCUMBERLAND Jlrauch) In-ttve Jacksonville. 5:30: I'. M. I TltOl'ICAI and SEMI.TROI'I.11.: TKUIT) THIIIIS: ICO.SKS.: tEll: ,:
; : ) ROUTE.) Ix.-a\u White House[ .................... 0.15: :) p. M. forsand
Leave Chattahoochee..daily at.... _' 00 r. M. Leave Baldwin] iviiuiuismtt'iisand: : ri.owiinixu PLANTS.

-J Leave Quincy...................: .....,8 22 v. M. J1'bruary I/cave .. iW: r. M. t.
/" K/ert 1ft IfiSO.tOINU Darbyville i. 7:23:! .
Leave'I'allahavsee.............. ...... M. Lent Sanderson : I' M. i f
H:07 .
Leavetonticelh, ............t" ...... 7 lo r. M. Leave Olttyte'e : r. M :s
Leave Greenville............... ...... M '3s r. M. ( HOITII. 8:43: : p. M. ,, I ,
Leaveit. Carrie.:. 9:03!) :{ NEW ASP CHOICE( : VARIETIES: Itudded SPECIALTY. ,
Leavefadistnn .................. ...... I II) :llil'. M. Leave Atlanta ( 2.15 r. M. Arrive Lake Cit .. : 1' st Orange Tree MADE: A t

Leave Live Oak................. ...... :21'1:) A. M. Leavehacon: i. 7....) p. M. Leave Live 5t.0::! p. M. !
Arrive Savannah.............. ...... 0 00 .\. M.Arrh'eThoull8ville Leave! Brunswick, On. 0.1.A.. M. Arrive Tallalm :2:15: A. :M, -- S4 S4a.t7

........... ...... .5.r! A. M. Arrive iVrnandinu Fcrnundma, Fi.i.,.....1 I.15 A. M.Leave Arrive! Albany I :<.-...................,.......10,1.1 7:00:: A.A. M.M. : :Send: for Descriptive Catalogue. I I.IU'U.'I'
Arrive Albany.................. ......102.1 A. M. .:. A. M.
I Arrive Baldwin Jrflvctavurillah.: .............. ........... J.oo: .\. M. .\ .. : i. IUU"'I:..I.,
Arrive Lake City............... ...... .JJ5: A. M. 1.2.1: p. M. I,('uvetu'lulllUh: 4:30::! I'. M.

Arrive Baldwin................ ...... 6 25: A. M. Leave Baldwin for Jacksonville.... 1.30: I'. M. I.l'lI'ClbulI\' .1.00: p. :M. Itf JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Arrive Jacksonville..;....... ...... 7 fio/ A. M. ArrlveJaCKOIlVillcl'ulII., Route).. U.3o. p. M. Leave Tallahassee! 5:45: p. :M. ____.
Arrive Fernandinu........... ...... a 40 I'. M. Lca\e Live .. 2:15 .u
Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... 601 r. M. Leave Baldwin for Cedar Key....:. 1,50 I'. M. Leave I Luke City 3:50: A. )t.

Arrive Cedar) Key............. ...... 9301'\ M. Arrive Leave Wuldo Waldo".(Junction..P. K. 1 R) .. 4.3J 4.111'01.:! p. M.: Lejive .:\\1 t. (Carrie. 4:1X:: A.A. M.M. SANBOliN & HOYT

PASSENGER TRAIN-WEST: BOUND. Arrive Gainesville......"............... 5.17 I'. M.iAuve {,('U\'C Olustce... 4:40: A. M.
Leave Jacksonville ......daily at.... 5 30 r. M. Gainesville........ ............... 6.2U: J'. M. Leave Sanderson. 5:20:: A. M. SECOND STREET, NEAR) CENTRE.:
Leave Fernandina........... ......10 30 A. M. Arrive Cedar le>'. "J.30. I'. M. Leave Darbyville. 5:55: A. :M.
Leave Gainesville ......... ..... ...... U OJ A. M. Trains to Jacksonville! und North of 1 tk1- Leave Baldwin 6:40: A. M. WHOLES ME AND RETAIL
"Leave Cedar Key............. ...... 4 30 A. M. via dull)'. Leave White House. 7:05: A. M.

Leaue Baldwin ................. ...... 7 W r. M. OOIXO NORTH. Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50: A. M. GIIOCERN SHIP CHANDLERS ,

Leave Lake City.............. ...... U 4o r. M. Leave Cedar, \ 4.15 A. :M. On Mail( /and Express: Train Sleeping Cars .

Leave Savannah:) ............... ...... 4 ;'M r. M I I'.e Gainesville........... ............ MAl .\. M. run through" ;; to and from Jacksonville! nnd AND PFALERS:: IX:
Leave Live Oak................. ...... :2 jo A. > ( i hilI -\llli'. S.;'O .\. M. :Savannah ; also, Lucm( Sleeping) Curs run
IA'lLvehulilOIl: : ................. ...... .3.'l lA. .. .I. li ..,.' ,1'. Jt. ii. June.,. U.MA. M. through to and( from Jack) n\illc and Ttil- |111.\, I I CORN. I |IO."I'S.1| I BRICK, I II.nll| :.1| | AC.! I

Ixjave Greenville............... ...... 4.J; :> A. .... I !I..H: \\ .llIlI., ............ U."M A. M.Arrive 1IIIIu.'Il.e.
Leave :Monticello ....:......... ...... AlHj A. M. Baldwin. .!. ---
: J' :M. Jo'lmXANIHX.JoXI'HE: $ DiiLY.
Arrive Tallahassee ............ ...... 7 00 A. M. ( ) .
Leave Tulluhusse:\:! .............. ...... 8 34) 'A. 1\1. Leave Jacksonville (Cum. Route;; )..] l.lo A. M. Leave Jacksonville. ::1; A, M. A LARGE( \: STOCK( OF FURNITURE' ALWAYS OX HAND:

Leave Quiiiey......... ........... ......10 08\ A. M. I Arrive Baldwin...-,12.oO:! ; / r. M. Arrive Baldwin. :: 1'. M.

Arrive Chattahoochee....... ......11 au A. :.1 L '.IVC Baldwin...:...:....:.:::.........12.40:! I'. M. Arrive Fernandina...................... 3:40: p. M. 2-Hl-I ly11'luter

CONNECriONS.: ; .\ .0 Kcrimudma, ...................... 3.401': M. Leave Fernandina; .10:30:: A. M. --- -
.' (Leave Baldwin............................ 1:2:: r. M.
At Live Oak daily w. vi. n ornaiidina: :3.4. J'. M. I
i .. Arrive Jacksunvislc! 2:35: r. Si. I Sensoii 187O fWc1 SSO. ('Lt': U1. S.\"'.\XXAJI
; Florida and Western U.t > u. .tlll:> i I'+>.ou p. M. :
: Savannah, and all NWt.Western .. : 1 1"1, ...; >lt. O. lUA. :M. PassiM.'ers. f f: >' 1 F. ruuiiiliiin alai! (',-,1.11' K>-> A 'i. .I IDA
i Cities. \ ...llIt.., Oa. l.lo I'. M. take this tiaii'. ,' ,, "\ ;Ain' I! \"' (;1 1\1 i OMPANY.
At Lake City daily wjt.i tu! Tr.. 101 to Cedar Key und D. unit ot l..ua- Cedar Key on :MICoNxr'XTio.Ns. I: '
tral Railroad to ana iruiu hl...".<.. .. : ".my except) Sunday. : A .IdW. -V W ;: ? !:i.l I.-: .

Augustine, Palatku, Kii.rl.lI .1.... ..... PENINSULAR: RAILROAD[ I. T R. R., fi.it ia ', J .
ings on the St.:! Johns Jtiver. I I I'uldt\\ ( B/llll'h.) nnd FCrllalhlin\IIII'1 all p' tilts. : N .iti. M... Till! new Ir in 1'..ul'C stii.nur: -.
At Baldwin daily wita tine .illa.itic:, l,.. West ; ut LakeCity for I'allai.a..cchan :'*' .'.., ,'u i i /: .9.
and West ludiu'1'rutsttltui.w.y t.> an>l in.u ooixa HOUTII. Savannah, nnd all"points) North nnd Wist ; i iXo I ST. JOHNS,

Fernandina, Uaineavtllu: O'.:.Jar Key, uu ....,n.c'al<<1o Junction................ G.OO A. M. at Jacksonville' with St. Johns River Steamers. "1t'rf.i&
with steamers fur Tami a, Key West !.". iA.'uve Hawthorne. 7.40A.M. j. MCELROY: SJ SEASICKNESS: : OC1:A. DANGERS

lIa va a. Arrive Locutoosu. !8.10:! A. M. W. M. DAVIDSON\ :Master( Trunsp'n. ;111. SG.jx I ; \;..

; I { ; At Cliattahoochcc three times weekly wit GOING NORTH. Superintendent.MAM.OKY'S. .
( .. the People's Line and Central Line JSmtts to Leave Lochloosu.......;....... ..........10.00 A. M. ---- -- -------- -- lrb- act. '

and from Columbus, Emauln, Kurt Games, Leave Hawthorne{ .10.45 A. SI. t t' rtly '.

1 Apalachicola, and other River! Landings. Arrive Wuldo Junction...............12.15: p. :M. ; '
.feiTElegant Sleeping: and Parlor Coaches, Trains from Wuldo to Lochloosu and return FLORIDA( STEAMSHIP I :. (CUT. LhOUGEL! _;

i \Voodruil' and Lucas Patent, run daily between Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. L1X.l Will leave! I'Vru in lira fur .ra:-ks Iliville, Pa '
Tallahassee and Jacksonville. lat at ami intcrnifiliatc landings on :M.; John1-
.$ "'Quick time, sure (connection perfect THE 8TEAMF.RS River, ami :.Sivaim.ili and (Charleston us: To ;

safety. EDGAR VLIET, ATLANTA. Only Direct Line to New York.. "CITY OF BRIDGETON," lows : "
20-tf Master\ Transportation. Close! connection is made at Atlanta. Ga., dipt. JOHN: FlT/GERALK, Fruiii rmiiiniliim: lor JM:Ksonville an'. "j a,

to and from all points North, I'ast\Vest: : and I "DAVID 1'lllatka.rl..ill'.. :MI..V, :M.ui.' ;3, li':3'':: .\ M. 11'
O. H. OAKEN, Northwest CLARK, IK, i,::fi I A.M. Sit
.. daily.AT Captain WARP, 17, IIA.. .
-- MACON, a it., M.
: ,, : 114' :-!- : ? \ After having undergone extensive repair .. -I I <
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With Trains l for Eufuulu Columbus ((,.
(!VJ.f :.t.i \ are now in FIRST-CLASS ORDER) in every FI'dlll rn.mdinu: !: : I foi' :S.ivnii: ; : ..t tuiii ('h rlustoii .
+'01 Ir(. a+t ststii c+t: ,. Montgomery:\ Mobile( und New Orleans department, and will perform the Fn.'aV.: :Man-: I.) ;,. !1(1: <, I M I I1 ,-

.c, a' rctr.", >'s\. 'e.r .. AT FERNANDINV, FI.A., :\1 i '11.1'.1\'. .. .... l' .,. 1'I'ridtry
: :J.. .' ", 'L-7-F. With New York and( Fcrnandimi Steamship ; .II I:.!. )lIU I::; A. AI.
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:r.1f, '. "'!':. Line from New York on Wednesday] at between Savannah and Florida, connecting' lllIiol.I\'. I.;. :!:;; I'. .
10.30 n. m., und for New York on Friday, at : I at Savannah with the lint-class Steamships i i Frld.n'! ..1I! ::1 P. :II.Ir ,

UNDERTAKER, 3.40 p. in.; from Nassau, N. P.. on Wednesday CITY OF AUSTIN of the Ocean Steamship' Co. for New Yor'i, : "ila", : )'. ::2!:!. 7 P. !:LI'r.luv
COUNTY ; for Nassau, N. P., on Wednesduy. also with Philadelphia. Baltimore and Boston : : II 203 I. 11:0::: .A. M. a

FERNANDINA, F1.A.r With Georgia und Florida Inland ;Steam- CITY OF DALLAS. Steamers. IOlllill\, II 2,1'. I 12:! st.
bout Co. from Savannah: on Tuesday: Wednesday GOING: SOLTH.: Close connection: inudo: with steamers for '

r Constantly on hand Friday and :Sunday:> ; for Savannah: onTuesday STEAMER: OF THIS LINE WILLleave David dirk Mcllonville and Enterprise: \ also with steamers -
Leave Savannah... ]
Friduy' and Sunday:) A f'lllIr Afternoon,Th UJ'S. for Ocklawniiii River : alo at Savannah:)
0. -
ML'TJ\ULIC II1JUIAI4 With Charleston Steamers (St. John and lIar Afternoon. with steamers for New York Philadelphia,
( A H K"H:
: for NEW YORK and from NEW YORK
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Fernandina..Tuesday } Fri.
Arrive \ and Baltimore, and Charleston with
Oily faint) from SuvuntmU:! und Charleston steamers
Pier :20 Eat liver: EVERY: FRIDAY for
\ WOOD COFFINS, Wednesduy: and Sunday:) : lor Savannah und Florida nt :3 p. in. BrihrrtonIRave day Evening. for New York Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore '. sr
City of with
Charleston Monday and Friday. Northeastern and South Carlo-

In Rosewood\Valnut and other woods.UudertakcrN' With Steamer .Flora daily to; and from f t.Iarv's between This Line Jacksonville, :having; and no transfers New York to, oilers make Savannah..Tuesday vftcrnoon.,] Afternoon, Saturday lina West Railroads) for routes North East: and

:\ Ga., and semi-weekly to unit Truttit.1ary's : the best und to Florida
cheapest} transportation Arrive 1"crnandina..1Vedncsday.\f: !, urn: ing,
oodn! ; River Landings.) I j shippers.I '} Sunday Morning. FIRST-CLASS{:: :::: PASSENGER; : it I COMMODAT1OXS. ( .

ATII4LDWIN, FLA., Oranges will receive spec} sal cure in hand Arrive Jacksonville... ....Wednesday: Noon. .

Masonic( and other Emblems, Shrouds and With Trains! for Live Tallahassee, and ling. Arrivedatka......... .. Wednesday Evening.:: Through Tickets and Stateroou.s:: secured,

Kobe. all points Middle: and West Florida. PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS: ARE OOINO NORTH.City and all information furnished] at office co--
ncr Centre and :Second;
FIRST-CLASS. : streets.
I r EMBALMING': DONli.I With Steamer Alpha for nil )points and] The traveling are offered the advantages of! J'ridJrto/l- 20-ly '__ C.,:. A. NOYE3.
Leave l'alatku..Thuf'ol1n-/
I ; Bodies exhumed for removal Safety guar landings on Orange I Lake, on arrival of Peninsular of a 1)l1iEt'I') LINE:, WITHOUT Thiirs, ern(1)11. 1'I.OIUn.AX"
jj' Leave Jacksonville............. lay Night. 1I1X."TJ.EKI.y .\
anteed. 1Gtilroad'frthi. ANY CHANGES.: ; Connections made. at
Leave Fernnndinu..Sunday: 3.30: Friday. t
with all steamboats for till p.m., : : FAST
FURNERALS attended Jacksonville MAIL
1 FLA. .lIIdiy .
AT OU.NBSVIU.E: Arrive Sa\'annah... ( Morning( Saturday -
Orders by mail or telegraph will receive {points on the St.:) Juhn's, Ocklawahu, and Morning.
Line und
fur Ocala
With Stage Tumpa: on
attention Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad .
prompt .
David (ThirkL ..
and from .
Monday, Wednesday! Saturday ; .
Remember that I to ut Fcrnandinafor all railroad stationsin
Z- am opposed highprice.1
Friday -
Ocala und iTampu Tuesday, Friday and Sun- Florida.FREIGHT. ave .ernalldina..Tul'M,1a' Evening, \
,} da)'. Evening.: '

i OFFICE IN SANUOHN & HOYT'S OLD STORK, AT CKDAR: KEY, FLA., : AND PASSENGER: RATES: Arrive Savannah..:Wednesday Night, Saturday -
Jan4 : Night.
___ With Co.'s Line for "
NOTE. On both South) and North
and Manatee \lomlay and Thursday trips, : ,
A ItHOTlir.K Tampa the David Clark will call at all
at 4 p. m., and. for Key West! Sunday:) und'l'huJ'Sdnv .Jt'1-Through Rates and Bills of Lading All trips terminating and starting way landings.from Performetl by the new and elegantly 1 aj>-

at 6 p..tn. to all ]>oints.jttSteumers. Fernandina connect with Transit RailroadExpress I Pointed steamship\ ADMIRAL (sidewheci!),
1 ERNANDINA With the United States and Havana Fast : of this Line !sail direct from : according to the following schedule:
T FLORIDA Train to and from Jacksonville and
Mail Steamer Admiral for Key West, Havana, FERNANDINA to NASSAU, N. P., undercontract there with Steamers to and ( Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.
rom landings!
i Cuba arrival of ) ) Train Tuesday Bahamas (Passengers from Savannah leave
on Special: every with the Government on the St.; Johns, also to awl from Gainesville by steamer
afternoon, at 4.30 p. in. From Havana( and arc the only steamers that land at the Wuldo Cedar Kl'etc.. Tickets City of Bridgeton on Saturday p. m. Leave
MANCrACTUHKRS AND DEALERS Cuba, und Key West every Saturday. Special :! pier in Nassau.R.: sold through, to and from all the above are !Fernandina or Jacksonville by Transit Railroad {

train to connect. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, and when Steamer City of Bridgetonruns train Monday morning), Arrive at
With Steamer }Enternriset( for points on the Fernandina. ) between Savannah) and I'alnt- Key WC!>Wednesday) morning Arrive at
StoveN HeaterH and llnugen through :
Suwaiinee River, Thursdays at 0 a. m. C. MALLORY: A CO.) ka also have the choice of going Havana Wednesday afternoon. t

For information respecting routes, rates, Pier :201'aast_.u:__ __River___ New. __York._ __. ____2-tt_ bv, rail passengers between Fernundina and Jackson ing.Returning Leave leave West Havana Thursday even t,
eta to Key Friday Arrive
apply ville. morning.
AND A. O. MAcDONELL, NT. .MARY'S IlIYF.lt PACKET.rllll For State-Rooms, Tickets and all other Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at ti
Gen'l Ticket and Puss. Agent. Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit ,
particulars, apply) to the fol1u"ffnggents i
D 21G.1RICETT Railroad Saturday:) evening and at Savannah
ROOFING AND GUTTERING.: anti Offices: by steamer City of Bridgeton :\
k lol1damorn
Bull and
Ga. Cor. Sts.
Savannah ,
: ing), thus forming the
k' IIAIIXES.TTARDWARE Puluski and Screven l Hou e. shortest possible sea *
i' /, ., -- ;:::.:::" =- ,;2\:;:'.. .-- ". oppoMte rvrnandina, Fla.-At the E;;mont Hotel route between the United States:: and Cuba. i

J :, Just: fl.'t'eh'l.'l11largo consignment, of j : STEAMER: : FLORA, and to l'apt. JIIO. L. ltoninill.it.: Agent. PASSAGE: RATES::
Jacksonville, Fla.--Corner Bay and Pine Cabin.

Stoves. The "COOK'S JEWEL": is: appropriately DOORS, SASH:) :; BLINDS:; <<'.\IVY. JOHN HI'II.\ltl'SOS, Sts., Dr.) L'Engle's: Drug:; Store; A, C. Lan- Savannah to 118\'una.$32 (NJ4850 Rrcunimi.

phere, Ticket Agent; A. L. Hungerford, Fernandina to Havana..... 20 00 33 00
named-it h a jewel. We will nut I'aiutM, uml Lubricating Oll. WILL RUN ON THE HT.nY'8 R1V- .\gent. Jacksonville to Havana.... :2G 00 38 50
j St. Augustine, Flu.-On the Bay, R. F.
er during:; the season a.s follows. : For staterooms and tickets apply to LEVE
I be undersold.I .
REDO_ ieaveST. I.RY'S'Jmy: MONDAY and Tourist Offices.
ly SECOND ST.. OPPOSITE.. P. 0.1IONCRiEt' THURSDAY MORNING at Ii! o'clock, for Palatka Fla.-Ulienthal Brothers & Co., Savannah, Oa.-Corner Bull and Bryan
-------- --- }o'ERS.SDIS.an..1 will leave F'ER .'SDIS..all1e .\ Agents.: streets. II. A. ALLAN Agent

: HOUSE .. ,Iaut 8 u. in., for CAMP PINCKNEY GUSTAVE LEVE. Fernandina-Egmont Hotel A. L. MEL- 1
t' Sr.i'l.LOENTti FOR and all intermediate landings on the river General) Passenger( Agent.W. LEN, Agent.

T> Y MRS. BUFFINGTON, Returning E'Elt'l'UI:31>.\Y nnd Fill- F. BARRY, Jackson vide.-Corner Bay and Pine streets!
MARVIN'S SAFES: DAY, will arrive at ST. M\RY'S at 5 p. in., General Agent Savannah A. C. L.Xl'lmlm.gent..

f I CORNER OF PINE ADD FORHVTII STREET*, tone-hint. at F .RN.ANDIN.1, J. N. HARRIMAN, St t. .\lI u?till -On the UaD.. F. ARMSTRONG -

:\I.H"IX'SI.R f MONEY IWAWER, On WEDNESDAYS:! und SATURDAYS -11- .-- -_ Manager. Agent. otf!, t
I' Jacksonville, Fla. (U'r l'et.50..) will leave ST. MARY'S ut 8.30: a. in., and cun OAKES -- ---
'. I l he chartered for excursions toIungeucssy G. F. AVKIIV. '

According. to Ixx-ation of Ianus.rniIls -.,, --- -- and other Joints of interest in the vicinityof ,
I : TIN 1VARh.j) Fernandina. M \XfFUTVRE8MOULDINGS ? .5
-- -
) WELL-KNOWN" I10lT I': IS CENtrally T--- : ( BRACKETS, .\WlmXlJ
t )located, and having been renovated ;:T-Tin Rooting and Guttering by skilled Through; HUN of Lading TURNED) BALUSTERS:;, NEWEI.S, L lUYXI: > BOARDING STABLES.: ;

throughout will be kept us: a tlrst-cla; workmen, at low rates. by MALLORY'S J.IXI1I; < Steamers to all STAIR RAILS: WOOD EAVESTROUGHS. R r *

I house. The Proprietress, having bad ex. 110illts on the St. Mary's. SHEATHING) : t'AnlU.Xl: > WAGONS
perienee both North ,und S mtli, will spare 00 Wear B\v STRUCT, WEATHERBOARDING -
no pains for the comfort of her patrons' in Close Connection AND FLOOR. To and from Steamers and Trains.

making the house home-like! as any in the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ; ING.
city. :33-tfW3I. made with the New York 'an I < '-' -- ? tf' Steamers. Mark f all gtsMti "Cure of Steamer Church
-- -- Sign i of.the Golden Stove. :." .! Sttiir and Work
II. (\ DITIIVKK"I :, flora, .'en1:11: 11 Ii II a. A SPECIALTY.D001W : FOR me :
! ('tONTltA l'TiR AXII BUILDER.Alacliua : sengers. Excursionists: anil Tourists will ): AND
tint this a very attractive trip, as the Scenery
." Street t between Sm>nJ--3nd Thinl, U grand and alligators: and other game are Post Office Box 174.jan4 .

FKRNANDINA. FI.\ KERNANDINA. \. abundant.For i rernaudina! ._Fla.TOR ;t.ir'TJmS: CASIIiyh (
further information apply to

"Iluy, torn, OutH..tt Order and estimate front a dis-tatu-e carefully JOHN RICHARDSON, I'I PRINTING, in every style, and a Olliee' and Stable-First Street, ne.'r V
rate at the MIRROR office. Broom
23-tf Fernandina Fla.
attended to, :25-tf: tact Wharf. -I9-tf


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