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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
April 10, 1880
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Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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nISI FOR A l LITTIH. A ('olORF.I't, atCcst! Point has been A TMtltA IXMWMTA. A .STUitI't1'11'T.11.1'U.1it1'llt.. is ri'nILl1J CUVll1 or l'LO11/fl..

there the There lies iu the :Southern half of this :A
off the authorities as!
)playing! on St\TY-MXr.: nI'InI: I IX TIIK lillT OK Tlir.IU IIR\l>:OTf TO tat: "|OXS-.t.VXfVUY TI.KM. ", 0.
BY f AIUIf 0..tEWETT. victim of nn outrage. The doctors e\amina- 1'lIih"ullrZioll! as completely unknown) .. Him A- :Mer- }
1 IIY sF:1'FartxFLl: 't.R1Tt. .\11 WiNon.. Appellant, vs. : :
Did you !fend out n little white moth tine however detected the trick, and the as tho) Interior of Africa. Looking at the uring\t Y.1 the t retreat 1:1' of tho Confederate t army mitt, ..1PpelleesIt'l'cal from Cireuit'runtlaeksnil

On an errand to-11i6 nt? the charge of.conduct iu the twenty-sixth tier townships'', a county.
cadet will have to answer to map
e For one hovered and lingered about considerable hike called Tahopekaliga, willbeobscrveul. from Kentucky, (Hragg's illa"i\l) in the i;<."1,1< C. ,f. :
unbecoming a gontlemauofeolor.Ani : t'I11lfl 1wt:!. Colonel Ba'i11".1| regiment I. HI'lItl'lllll.II'rlli' !', to which a crttiri ijnftrust
With flutter
"l a so >RlitNo to the VfrtianiUiniffiit, ,, the organ : .\houttwelve11tilessuutIiofthislies of{ Morgan's/ (e-avalry was left hj order! of (ten i 'Ititl.I. Oi' of IrOpl.rtr held l Iuv! I

4 1 A tired. little moth, with his wings of the Horliu Cieographii'al! :Society; Cap LakC'l l'l';: : al., assignment -
the Ko'simoo' river with l. ike Okechobeo eir pledge to secure de-Ms.
,Y. Like a flower! that had Mown tain Helknap, of the t'nitod States ship 7V..- watch the ;Ipprlaehof the Fe-donds., 2. .\ paper in form of a mortgage which interm

All away on the breath of a wind knntra, has made the deepest: sea measurement I lying/ about fifty miles further south 1 Okothoboo. thl'I, advancing in largo/ numbers Cincinnati conveys real estate to secure I debt,
t the inland 1 sea, i is over fifty miles i I ;
That had kissed it and tlown. Pacific great the mortgagor" : no legal title but
: : on record. In the North 1'1'1':11I. Ohio, into th(' State, tho Covingtonundtieorgctown I I having 011'I
awl miles in wi,1IhllImt to tin- rights nnd for; life,
right profits
iu length thirty
Did you tell him to hurry, and fly at latitude 14 ,V north, and longitude/ t.Yi; : halfway ,t\WIIOII its western !'iII.1t is connected '- turnpike being their centre 11'1 no Urn upon the realty' hit is I good a*

., Through the shadows so fat, :,)(}' (east: Sreenwich/ he reached the aimuing canal with tho Calousahatchoo line of 11I.h11'1 they had rl'ldl'II" an iisMgnme-nt! or pledge'of the rents and
depth of $.::la metres! or nearly live and n by apparent point about one mile from Walton, Hoono profits .
Because 1 would wait all alone river, which empties into the (iulf 3.:1 trustee holding. the legal title of landisanecessary
Till the twilight was : ? quarter miles.: county, 1111'1111".1 for the night, l 1111.ll'
)past below Charlotte Harbor. Tho following account party in a proceeding allccting
TIIK: hill to amend sections! :2V;: tutu ;M Falmouth about midnight, and by I hard the property or any interest! therein ; hit

:'. For later the lamps! would he lit, of the Hovistnl: : :Statutes: so as to permit atli- of an expedition: by Messrs.: John' ride readied the turnpike, about e-qui-distant: wII,1 tlll,1"IIO trustee in being, at the (com l

And t should go down davits requintl by those sections, in connection Pierce and\ C. McQuaig from Tahopekaligato t'ront'altot and the IVdoral t'II'IIIlIllIt. 111'1I1'I'nI1I1 suit, and I decree docs not .

To listen: to laughter; and talk with preemption;; commuted homesteadentries the Caloosahatchoe, which wo find I in just itself\ broke. 'I'hl'nuvmuu'ctiut'tte here atlect Chic title of the interest of a remainder ..
the will he interestIng reported l a l Federal, picket 1 post t of ten 11'1 man, the decree reaching only the net in
the Ornngo eoniityiViorfrr
Of the of town. C
news made, before clerks, instead
J" to he : county : sight These were captured: by a small (''rty,1! \ trl..t'I' may ho n'
Hut own time i is just: at the hour of \\j\\n\ Registers i :and Receiver, passed: to our readers : force" under Lieutenant Messic, going! roundand h\t/l'tlll ', proper directions i-
J my the l House of Representatives on the 5th lust! \\' left Tahopekatisia lake '.'.1t1 February, in their rear. l>uko then ordered :Ser as (to the management of the property -
While tire clouds fade away ; : : in flat boat with two hands: and ourselve's" : geant'tll llavs, of Covington, Kentucky, and t tho payment of t the 1111'011'. .
I ('oultlllot help wishing for you. This: hill was Iatrodureilhy :Senator Jones of to find, and 1 open (he communication I i between to "'Ill't six 1111'1 from tho "advance guard" 1. If a trustee so appointed refuse th('

And my thoughts wennstray.. this State, and will earn .for him the thanks Lakes Okcchoheo und Hickpodico. After IIII.l1rm'I'I.,1 II'IWI the pike, find the 1'1'111', trust a receiver may ho uploilt.t to protect
of hundreds who will bo !spared !great costanti eight ilays: hanl rowing) and poling w e reached: .. I".llll and strength lias : this interests of all lal'llt' in the
Ami the little white moth fluttered in inconvenience.A the southwest extremity of Okochohee.Alter chose Ash \\I.I.h C.vnthiaua:, Kentucky; I tat P. -
With the love had sent cruising for about t twenty miles wofound Joseph' M. .'011':4: of Paris, Kentucky ; Tho. 5. .ldeert't'tt'"fut'eeltisnre"nmistilt' with
[, you ; sEvERE hnill'torlllol'l'urr'Illn'allnah tin" .*jn>t, about fourteen miles .south Fri\:<, of Holly springs, Mississippi I : ; Frank directions to put u pure.baser iu possessionof
t My heart in that minute could tell on :Sunday afternoon, ninny of the hailstones east of the mouth of Fish-eating) creek.Wednesday Riggs, 11hl''I''olr, and Chapin( Barllli. land, in 1 proceeding hy an assigm-c orpledgee !

: .. Just: the words. you had meant.i. heing from one to two inches: In diameter. thin third day of :March wo began of t'I'II tll, l Kentucky;: and. at once com- I to suhject the net income of tho land I
cutting our way through; the aw grass: meiu'c-d the ilamero\is Mission EII.h man to the payment Ir I deht for l \\hich such income -
: I knew wo w're11 far apart Some: of them were congealed! iu layers duo south, and 1 although; wo saw the flagstaff ; felt the re-spon.sihility: resting: \ ton him and I i is pledged, (tlll'l'gal title and right ofpossession

J' And I was tired and sad ; with an opaque centre and with clear ice creeled by Captain\ Jt'IIIn''l' found it nerve-d hilll"I'I' for the worst. \'I turnpike : being) t'rl: of the deed,

Hut the !little moth brought mo your love, between the centre and the simui v-white exterior. impossible. go to It, but 1 followed a due hero 10'1:11:11' orooke-d I. and oi one elvuting the tl'l t, veste-d II I II'(',) is not
followed south entirst'luul entered Ilickpocheo alter side was 1'11'1'1" a t thick growth of small a proper decree. .\ decree in such easoshoiilddirect ,
Anutlien Tho hail storm by a
., '" I VU4glnt. was seven davs hard work, two miles west of tree.1 vines 1111 weed: 1t\Iillg": Puiutuhu11t tho trustee or receiver to secure the
"J April I ..lUualrr.i h'IIrain !storm and it was feared much Caplivin liendry'sttlag.I The point we entered a quarter of a mile 1'101 starting duo protection and 1 management t ot'thcproperty

damage had l been sustained: by tho t truck Ilickpocheo{ is: two miles nearer: fur the place, and in rounding abrupt{ tll'lll the 11.1 application: ot the II.t incomo 1

../ i. ? STATI: XKira. pIllltc'r'lllnll: to fruit trees: .\ good deal: of completion of the canal than the point indicated road I our little squad found I t hl''I''plump:& to the payment: of the for which the IiI)
P ": I by the flag, and iu our humble opinion into a picket stand I of sixty-nine infantry come, is pledged.Decree; .
r)m # TilE Tampa.,: Tribune, says that watermelons glass: was broken throughout the city by the is the: point for; the location of the ('alla!. men. In \moment every man; of both parties ) reversed.Westcott I.

t ,: are being shipped. to Cedar Key from IIillsburn : hail, trees and fences h1I1WIIII"wII. and! signboards From" there wo went through Ilickpocheo to had his gun c-oikcdand h''I'II"rhl'\ .!., lint sitting 1 1.r
".'\ were :scattered. the flag of Cant.( Hondry[ on (tho west side. oT l !1"'I'1 t 'Oi \- h'I'uh'l were all voiing and hot- .r I, 1 F. MeCldlan I counsel: for appellant( ; 11.> J
'.; _, county.TIIK November that lake Annul ten miles''' from there \\e blooded, and under the lew\ I of :Morgan 1 :McKinnoii, ('oulI"I.II.r; appellees:, J
TIIK pan; Francisco! U/'r/il'lr.of lao
: : : / 1.
R'i, )j r Sumter Atlmnce says a light! frost: was : went through Captain Hendry's canal to aiul Duke) II.t.IIIII: )' forms of ollj.I'r.( but
..:\ Ii visihlo! Wediiesnay. morning, though; not 10, alluding, to the display of native raisinsat : Fort Myers, going through; a !small lakeealled: never Io1'1'II'l'1'1'1'' the odd 1'1 grant l .. Iay'" Kxecutors: A 1'1'Ilal t:<. :4. Stephen :

: +" onough to do much damage; if any.TIIK tho California county fair': :says : "It is a Flirt, hardly; worth a name. Tho first, water them as IIW. and )their mettle was: to be put Seymour:: '\11\1'1'--\111'11 from" Circuit
triumph of energy and. intelligence that willadd wo struck in till river proper, Culoosuhat- to the highest test.1'illl the I'\ of a sol Court .III' .
([;: : :South; Florida Hejmrtfr reports t the hoe/ was eight; feet, about two and I I a half l'alh one re-ali/ed I i 1 I the pc-ritoii position /,1 ./. : ,
:)' : progress: of the :South) Florida Hail road as :some millions to the annual industry tit'the miles from the west t end of Hickpocheo Il ll'r.1111 his comrades occupied. Hays at I 'II'rc' hy. reason of tho I Ignorance of I

.,\.. (, Very gratifying.I The !grading' force is ut State in a few years, when the best vanJcty from there to Flrth'l'r" wo found an abundance once! in a ringing tone" ,1'IIIIII'olll Immediate party I ho 1 is induced 1 to make: .his mar" toa .
'. raisin '-h11I1'I'01ll1' of water.\ At Fort Myers we telegraphed of which ho read aitd it is
: :;;. work I"ollltwcln' miles: from;:Sanford; 111101W of ral' : generally IoIITI'llIh'r. sa.ving l'l'j I'lIl writing cannot ,
known rlrll' 'arlli t". Tho value you and I not receiving; an answerwe John Morgan's" near hand. (it lot read t to or its contents stated to him and
our 1'zII'y1"
: :': shunt 3:! >0 hands are employed.Mu. among: hired 'lwoltllll.I.., and with the two wohid.direeted WII..OIII' iU.frter| tllalll) and thatif ho takes no hem-fit from it, such writingcunno t

:1 J: { A. 0, I'.UCK, Washington, I n. ('., of raisins imported into the United States : them to c-omo back to I lie head a shot was tired not a ... : .hlIIIIl'I'al'I' ) he held, to ho his voluntary agreement. I

": has heel I awarded the contracts to carry the amounts to millions! nnnually ; and if (California of Kissimeo: River and to remove any 1I1.ta1,11' Ilin'. Tho olliecr--u lieutenant-st't'uu'ul '.', "'111'1 the Verdict,, otl jury ac'unlsw'itIi
1. can compete successfully: in quality that we left in rite 'passage; from (")\ bewildered to think that seve-n men should the law and tho facts, C'III', a judgment I I y
( "iS mail six times a week hut ween ( lainesvilleand heo to lliekpocheo.Vo httl a\ 1\1'1'1111-1\ of his and 01'ml iIII'
1 ride sixty-nine will not ho reversed I on 1
: and it will hll.l11111 11'1 11'I'OUll t'I'rl-
"i this place\ and throe times: a week hutwecn with :Spain, Portugal \ Italy, require laborious trip For the t seven days betweenOkechobeu \ laJ, ) all 1''II'I.Ilr Wll'l utlnstrucllsininthl' charge; of tho court, 1

t here nnd Foil Meade. Those: con i a very moderate larlll'cllI imported. and Ilickpocheo, We i'ook.IlIlIr not mule than ;>oii) rilo.'i, away I especially when I correct. il.lrtiol would

tral"to:! into operation the first of July next.. raisins to t'lIoI.Il'II" soon to crowd t the foreign rations: upon' \ (ho sait'-grass with mud on top, Federal army was \\ up as it'nail)' to produce the same' \enHct. .
raisins out of the lIIarkl.t.14 ." The mosquito* wore intolerable and", we IIaI1I0t march, 1IIIr-jII..III.IlIrl'I glistening iu (he- Judgment, I1lmll'll
-1illlll" ( TfHtitnf. a\ dry thl'l'llIllIlI us for nine day:&. The bright Ol"hl'r 11, rising over theeaMcrn 1'aseo" t 01111 fur ; ,
Tilt: largest( radish we have: ever seen was .\ a straw which, it may he, shows: how! cut our clothes and boots; and 1 Hut the) manner iu which the T. I I.. Clarke, counsel for appellee.Thomas 1I1'l'lal'i ,

i rai"'l'lII'ylr." J. II. Cunningham! and presented the current is destined soon to run, tho Now when we made the passage\ ; were almost demand I was, made, thebearing of each of t the f"
It i.s rather lIakc.'t\ found, a good current in thesawgrass 'onfrleratt's-each rl'au'to "kill his Whitlock I Theodore
: York 'hiJ'l'ill1 Lint says : a significant ( '\{
1I. to us, this week hy l 1)r. X. (1 :Stevens ; IlllIl.1.
fact that cotton goods manufactured : and floating;: islands between the at (tho word" lire-tngetlint'; with the- magical I I Willard, ;" ,1tintinistndnrof -
it measures" thirty-two inches, nearly three two lake*. Our hoys, John and WillCalhoun, name of Morgan; combined to und did save : 1 Lnll"11'ril I). "'hitllUk. ,and of
feet in circumferemo, and weighs eighteenpounds. ;: iu South Carolina are now selling! in New sons\ of John\ ("Ihlllll. and\ grandsons", of (them. The officer at "1\1 surrendered his onjainin !\Vhitlock, deceased, Rcsponilent :

A '( vcgctahlcs.shouldho : \lanufirturiesofcnttungnndtare: : I l>uncan ('alhllll. : springing; up all over the :South; where now aolulest'rvevuIrt'unstecratbitI.I'uctI\ !i ( in.his" front with his gun drawn on 1"I/ml. ./. : *
I exhibited the Ill'xttUtl': Fair-ltlillrI wo Fort Myers: great was I the astonishment (the .I
rl'al.II..I Hays at once placed prisoners: Wllr(' { for 'partition establishing
mills from taxation for ten hill-llld th'r.llltl''rl'I'
', are exempt yours (lie natives, and, allhoiiu'li ,
llvrnt.l among : position and 1 II'I'n.d double quic'k back '
t w The ,poor. white trash' make excellent work ( wo wore to try t to As the I mardi f l lYd-l : tdi'lItalll..11Itll'lulicl.
.\ Yoi'Nu f1itnawrlti t to I us" from Los 1 'al't 11'lIorkll'w lal,1 t toll'I'I'jillllt.I bepin a hy one wlhlut 11.
.'\ Angles! ('111., in the orange licit of that state, men. Houses are built by the 11lill\-ntvners, tIl {pa"'i: ; surprised' : as well as gratified ; infantry 1'jilll'lt1" rapidly' )' advancing I 1111 \.rlIl'I'11I11'II'al, or some action t
I the of to know1 flu- grand work was accomplished. to the rest l'IIIII'ldl' appearing the record must ill-,
and free rent and I use: a garden plot 'II' Jil'kd : II I'l
,. says: that the flavor of the t'ntifuruiasinulgesis : \. Ho, with his, brother. M. Hendry. but a I turn i in tl road" hid t from view, 11/-11"/: \.
of Florida are the conditions of!l1'n'hTill! introduction ( \ A Hrother. Lankford: : farther. The
much inferior to that oranges.He 11\11. : Hrother tune they did "lt 1,101 sightwas :& 1
r; speaks" of IIiI"in'hilcil two groves( one of manufacturing is having a most ben hit I'arkergat': us!hearty welcome, a 1I0n'IIIII', t"'C'1 '.r war tillll'I''I'1 \11'1'1111-1111"11"1 .'I. N. Stripling, l'II.1I
{' other with dll'iull.lfl'lt upon the! people.' New l Kiiglaudcapital : : and a grand, reception ; to th1 we arc much I Confederates! drving sixt V-llino armed I I for appellant; A. Patterson, John It. Mar
und the
j with 7 """) hearing
trees: indebted for tho of the inner as prisoners. Duke- .
before' them .
r'II\'lItill Federals I as : counsel: for ,
Is invested iu H''cralof these :Southestablishments
.'!'),1!Hi trees, though! not all hearing, from : wl'll" thl'oll'r mal. 11 Ir. Minot has been with a (company was "0111 met "IIIIIII 1 1I .hll. IPldJ.t' 1'

which wo imagine they do; things on a big : with Captain Hemlry, and. has done ascertain the- ,.,111Ii"l of the lit I I I 1 TUCK KMorijii: ,=fhtnsnniltoh'Culltrisl men
M-ale out !. I Tilt Nassau" (N. P.) Tiwr, ., of the :$list ult., more to give us transportation: from Ilickpocheo I Ho was compliments to his 1 t
thl'n'1illlllitll'riJllullIur t hill had l been introuduccd" In l tho l House to Fort 1yt I than any oilier I man, l men for Irlrl-I'iichievuuent. The I Federal, who worn much more! ('IIIrtlloll in the
:-: : are very J prolitahle in r this county, says and thl..I'lll of the canal is justly entitled to Ilnhiandertmululht'lieutennnt'snuule; I I Mouth 1 than t they f can over ho 1 in the North, I'

and are prohahly equally so in adjoining of I nl'l'rl''I'lItatl\'t''Il'Xl'llIl'tin tt'am"IoI.I.! the name of 11Ult'l (Clal: There were \11"NI'('llrkl In his history of "Morgan 111hlolIII'II (' under )tho most IIVI'IIII circumstance I
arriving; at any of tho l'nrt-lllf: thu Colony other I '(' Jo Duke to )the multi \1
f, counties.: :Some: six or seven years: ago Mr.W. I many fJi'lIt>lt ) whol briefly rll'J *, J have deluded from theirhrlnu's t
from the .payment of tonnage dues, and referred wo make l'klloWI..I I'lt:4.fl'r duoinquiry but does not give the of the paiticlpant.s. 11'1'1
F. Hurts, elHcient Collector of Revenue ':
our of all nnd and crowded Into Kansas: and 1 In
N. 'ul'w He uses this language-, "Thlsexploitwas
to committee I of the whole I hOIl < lato !
bought!: something under :.IN!I ) I head I. a : I' living birds and 111:1", eoujd. find I none perhaps, never paralleled during till diana. where they would have pc'ri..h,111. I
these The 7inrxsays'e are glad that this hillw'aefuvorably who had ever hoard of Siimmcrlin.Trulv : facts to (icncrulMorgan ('
which cost Brut u'ar.ils>. Olfof) sheephe Jlol war. The were re-ported largo uumhcrrH hut for tho generous (contri 0J'llflll'
has realized uhont $I NI', though he estimates received hy the Lower House, )yours<, JOIS l'I.I. and all of the r-eve-n-privaten at of sincerely hnmano people, who

that he has ]lust fully 2<>n head from fti111111)110501)11 t'l< see it on thessatute: hook C. F. fll'\'I. that lilli-Wl'rl'for soon afterward" Thesegallant commlsxiomslus 1II\'c' hail no pint 'hi enticing Ih1 from
of and I hy other casualties of tho (quilt 11y There can he no doubt that otl'( t tleir rolled I plenty to WIII The recent otlul1.' -
depredations dogs; xonct 7'( m>ons nunxins.A troopers ,1''n'I' t I base name- C'I \ "
it is sound jiolicy to encourage as much aswe in the future of the mighty struggle.J. cation of til c' '
since he has owned them and has
: a correspondent of the( Tampa Tribunegoes "bl"r\ the colored MUlicrcr in Kansas> ,.,IIWI that
connection with the hi,
steam outer ,
largely-increased( (lock! on hand. Ho says can for the woods burner with unglovc-d Late : In Morgan'*t"unu the politicians of Now Knglatid: 1 who 1 have

that at first. cuttle men were quite Inimical world UI\IIIIIIY loss: which the revenue may hands, and insi'tson i' tho c, ililJI'I'IIIUI of the .,i.,ulhern': Captain/ilftuilftuririil tvM-irly J''tprrx CtlIIlUll' Ill'l persistent: in their clamor for.the negro -
apparently sustain by relieving steam vessels .. contribute an average of
to cheep, us they claimed that this latter following law on the : OXIIII., clilll't. 1 ,
subject I i their .
)' t-tock injured\ 1 the range: hut that now they arriving i at any of the 1>ortsof the Colony (II/t 34-Vs. 4t, I .\ :: ,',' 1. :.-A. .\. Harris: of Fort I It penny is I \I(longer I'li to u starving II.

1 arc heginningto ,see that they were mistaken from" the payment! of eu-tunlarythntw will I we to regulate rue burning of woods :OI''U Kansas, told the t'XI.111 committe-e, telligent Circles 1"llh"llrll'Iitlll, atrocliius -

r and I their hostility is fust disapin-aring.) !)<>gsure feel suti-ticd. be more than reeonjuil by the and forest in this State.: ; /c".111. \'a.lill tll. Monday, that : Tit? o/Uie St'tfr of t'luri'lil, rrjirenrntnl tinculorol t the
indirect benefits which are likely to result! 1H'ple against ractwax systematicorganisation
an intolcrahle nuisance, h.wen'r1'ulIITri'JII"t. lit .1i wtl'owl l enmt or -J, negro ('lIIi/llItl, mostly from Tl'xn.,
.lxxenably < o ax ji./r4nrn : of the exodus hy (hit' systematic
]*i from frequent and regular steam communi SFJTION. I That .i shall not II! lawful for' hud C'ull to Fort :'1t. about 1 IIN< 0 of \hOI fuls'uusultifJw1itil'al| | adventurer; and

cation. __ __________ any to tire' to or 1'lrllY wild I. W'f'11, the remainder being women and crnlH-hlshc-d talc of colored 1.1.1. given
Gi\KJlAL IXTKt.LlUKXt'i: TIIK PM-CK or v F"nn1l(1In'1I ardent 1 'II'JII woods in thin State-, except be children. They were generally in a de-stS- nut |Iy the MUIIO class rcckles.: ", *, day of and the :tilt have ( to regarded in other
Miw. HENNKX: grandmother' of (JeneralIlood' lover Uiarded his: frail hark la.t week day tW.t'l of tie .h of eiich year.lrllr'., ."' Thatif tute condition, and dein-nded for ciuploy- light thll.t'I"I'I1 us the regulation Loui-iaiiu any Iving.)
> children, died recently.COLIMUIV. on Lake lu.ti4): to visit his heart' idol. The the County ( -ttlllajN.iuIICre of any county inent upon odd. )job* of work lie II.I conversed When there are disturbance and rnurdVr In
in this :State determine that theinttrcst I. with 'quite u number of them, Will Southern State: the news> get to the ,
S.: ( ., ehttedthe entire ]>einocratic young lady "to."IIII"11I, the veranda watching "hal for any wi J'
other emigrating
of tIl I"" cf"uI h utility I will be prom gave no reasons tll world long Ix-fore u fugitive man gets
ticket the negroes votini:: with the his approach ; she saw too u dark cloud ,te-d by IlalllIJ 11t the period during which the hard thl':4 ill their I1'.tiol of the /HUh. to Washington to tell It. '1'huctunrl race

Hl'III'M'ritlc.I. rising in the southeast. Soon the all ry. the woods may burned in such county resulting from I short crop lust year u\l has s u(IV red much IHlh l In slavery and! freedom

..,.*,. ','ar. a c'onlpmr"'wWI rgaui/ed in lo iking cloiid-i overspread 1 the blue canopy) dilfcreiit frol that provided for in this wt, their understanding that Kansas told wan him a favorite (that hut their mast heartless foe to-day is

San Francisco, with u capital stmk of $i i4-< of heaven the wind rapidly, increased to a they -hull give notice lrChSatitrt I in a place to lu\e to. They tho political) adventurer who live hy thedistress
hud lhruugh'I'exas
.storm and Mi-ing her lover's,. danger mills I newspaper having" u ( in their some men Iru\'t.ll' he inllicts ii|>oii the hapless people
KIO, to establi-h\ a vineyard for the production t.ravelyeiitensl n bout to go to bin, rescue.A county, or by |M,sting at three or more conspieuoas nudulisplayiillutheiiCgrusr+ chromoH representing I he prc'lends,. to serve.
of raisin.s.K and the time u nt-/ro located 1 on u ..irllal1tl'"
>* she pushed: out from the slate Mile saw place, so dcMgnatcd \
I 1'R1 I'.I-MVIUK\ has again; sent in his hit Iwiat make u lungou if lIIa.l.It'IIt'1111vtlll' in 511411 notice IIhaI be the timo for burning in Kansas funiLshcel, with u tilt with t w.-ltory lit hOI o IhK ,'.\HI\ ('OVI."IT.-\ |Miuilar| writer
piino: eyirpets,
wmuls in i'roil'lnt further, ,
and :
iualil/II., in I1IIx.ltirnctltif'u.totetnf;' the resistance of the waves and ..wind go That tIl. IU C'UUllt.\ lire to etc., with m.rvant.s und 'tine Iur. 1'bt'sutraveling tells I" that our savings'hank must Il in the
over. No time was ube lo t, the danger UIIII'JI illt'/II f.I'1
Ih\J1h"'r! which was distasteful t'l him ahead seemed to give tier the strength the i w.",U .hal I give intention to t agents; charged negro emigrants Immediate nelghl orho< dof the ham yard '

)hut the 1-lIIl't'rllr: deelinol to receive it. desperate l { occasion required, and after rowing I all IH.TKOIU living( within one mile of the from $1 te ;ft each for purchasing their rickets in the form of u ('compost heap; "Start It,"

THE hail storm of :Sunday was very sevens 1 for a mile agaln; wind 1 ami 1 tide she ,, 1luc'1 intnd{( to be tirnl. lie Kay*. "and keep has'khtgaway at It-throw I I
she took her lover :-: '. Y. That any -r on violating the foregoing -
reached the disaster, |1"
ut )Maeon <;ia., and committol{ great havoc: I i Islam, whom .he fUIII\.II"'n'hl'tl{ upon the on I.rvl.lolli_hal I b,eleemed guilty of umUdemeunor WB "t'rt UI""I:1| last week to u pitilcsnsUirm In your odd{ i-lK'lUnt thebuslnejwifyon run-

treti of limbs UIIIIIJluOIlI-'i. therc-nf. that wet our feet and utw-kings. and not the regular vegelahle -
stripping; peach 1 ul.-turntsl |" ut, and rowed luck to i hure.i all upon Clllykti',1 spare tlc Cul'.t tie
destroying vegetable gardens und even killinjrjMiultry. : ''iolt'lity ami c.uraze 1 U> certainly appreciated .hll.: piini.'died' by a line not IXI''; indee-d our perMi all over. In fort we took matter front every ,. a\l ( of .
dolliiM ((4in"r, or by (arm, time your fctitok will not ,'atl and
by the : nldll.-.Ioi"mlel' luiraore. I ule the
.cf,1 young : which brought throat
ment in county jail not exceeiling sixty I u l'rw'kilj l'ol ; "rl' incorporate with themanure lwil. or with
Is the lluu-c of, lUlTesj-nUtives: the Ci mniittif _\IU.IV.'L.VIfUtR'rJW'wllUlIlI: ;'; days, 'JO li. Imth, at the think-rttion of theunurt. all severe .yi 1lt"'U" of (,\'cr. The g' o
I mi: Territories have ret Jrtil l a hillier schooner' Cli-irlr H'. M-trnf into I wife a ertcl uiulgellnur'flvt jwst bt tip| ;; 'collect Ilon' from the woods
of territory, to put ApproveMaVeh! 1,1 17?! into hit water, wrap wyt u,in hot blaiiLcto. i which contain more 1"lta./than nut phon-
rgiui/atioii u new IxcuyedOklahoma.
; I from a eriiise. On Wednesdaymorning I i and xeiit our faithful on for a bottle ofAyer'n jn the Jirlu" Iur&over this coin-
)Ir. Manning; nuult- a minority I last, when oil Port lloyal: She! ctiptureil IT i I.u pretty tteriou+ cmlluwutr on uur : Cherry Pectoral. It U u M.Undidincdioiin I' Ihat.' IJ't or twice your, and ilrei

rei{ ort against it.THE i I u large; whale, which wu.t cut up und 1 kind uf'l'rulw'nt and I alt..II..IIttu) *-pleasant to take, and 1 did the Jil.I I your: land t with i 1 U. J- 'un I strip 'aero** the

house Cominitti-e on I'ubltv JSuild- I the blubber will l hue fried out'. Th of etfUioinby the |Ki.ple t til I \Vo ule-pt( iMdindly through the nii/ht &11 !, Ik-Id' not o or/.l if you want to satisfyyour

in_'" and (!;iruuulol have agrenl to re|>''rt iu I captain rrmru[ having: taken fceven whalt-rt i. now tr>*Ing tn II'viM' siiu-e February. last. I lietwA-ei Fenuindinaand I from either jrant. The ( I wu owe our quick recovery to the Ic'dorl, i is paying. It will *ou tcJ you til story.
favor of a puhlic htiilding: at .tltata, tor 'flllt'l 'uI1Itri and shall not hesitate to rt and when has told you wilt longer
Hr. Helena, ono 'ray fhipjueml tin hun wants yet it r.r that I al i 10
,?t $l'.IUI ; at Oreeitville, :S. C, tot &atNIiNN drcil burrvli of oil to Jib h'.iim-I"rt.u'm< ,. 1 get.away from one or the othi-r.. -//o'/a
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.. .. '1'hc.Sun and I'rctx of the 8th, in an article 11'htleWC in this cmnttyaregninujhrongh; On Thursday. morning rwel'nllelut the office ) AND> IMMIGRATION( : (coMPA'Y
; APltlL 10, 188(?. : on the St. Johns} bar, says the River and nil the feverish excitement of a Presidential of the ';aitl(*\ ilIt', Oeula & (Charlotte' Harbor) I Ij.\\H

Harbor bill is! still in the hands of the sub' election which will change! the whole per- Railroad Company\ and met Mr. Uoardman: OFFKHM

.,' THE HAIUVAL COXVEXTIOXS. Committec of Commerce, and they arc nearly sont'l of our National Government, the )IH>O- agent[ of the Hoard: of lirl'l'tol'lof the company

The Republican Congressional Convcn- ready to report ; that it is understood that plcnf treat Itritain, with a very brief (can who art lvel in our city on Tuesdayevening. noo.OOO'I'4!

lion is to lie held at Jacksonville on May 10, ex-Senator Voice has applied the('ol1lmit. \"U"lIl11t! only a few weeks intervening, have ;\. From this /gentleman we were I
the Most
two days before the Gubernatorial Convention tee to stay its: report until( a supplementalreport passed through their Parliamentary elec pleased to gather some encouraging information t

to meet at Gainesville May 12. This: is which be expects on the Fcrnandina tions. The result is fully known No canvassing with reference to this: great and ..t'EWI.I': : ': AND} DKSinAlJLK::; ; : 1M 1

I in accordance with Mr.[ Bisbee's programme} harbor, has been made, and I that if there : boards are required, and the government necessary enterprise\ of internal improve\ I

and Ii""! evidently designed to give Mr.( H. a should he n supplemental report, and it will change hands, the outs! will take surveying ment. )Ir putty. Hourdinaii would start informed to Palatka us: that next a l.\Xl IX Tilt

chance for the iiominntion for Congress in affects the St. Johns bar in the River and the place of the ins almost as speedily as in week, from which. point they would commence STATE: OF FLORIDA: ,

advance of flcn. Lcdwith's' expected nomination Harbor hill, the Citizens' Committee might; game of hase-)bnll, and a new Ministry will surveying out the! route for the road
as: governor. If )Ir. RNhce secures require( a supplemental' ) report on the St. be} constituted, the |oliey of the country from that point: to this! city At Palatka, the At only $1.;: ,') per acre to ltc'"l.ttk"", with .
will be joined by Mc( :< rs.Francis of in
tIle nomination to Congress, (ten. L'dwith'sfrlel1111' Johns bar to bring out all the facts for the changed, and a Liberal) administration I<1tr'yingI'arty and l Whitney, members of the board the privilege of selection\ in parcels located

!' may lied an objection raised to his consideration of the committee.The succeed n Conservative. Boacon!'ficld will of directors. Alter surveying this: line the acres or more. These! }lands are on

being the candidate for governor on accountof Sun aol I'rcs further says : Efforts !step down and Gladstone will go up The survey of the! main trunk will commenced and adjacent to the line of the

the congressional candidate having been will be made to convince the whole committee Ilciicunsficld administration{ has been inpower awl Orange fmmcdiutcly Lake. 1r.}pushed Hoardman! on says to or that beyond the ATLANTIC!, (OfLF AND WEST::; I INDIA

selected from Jacksonville. Mr Dennis, it that the needs of the St. Johns River nearly seven years ; within that time purpose i is not only to complete the brunch TRANSIT: CO.'S: It. R.,

is true, has been spoken of as a probable country for a deep water bar are IIIl1ch [/r'nlt'r its policy lias generally been to push: the line from here to Palatka immediately, but '
candidate for Congress; but if Mr. Bisbcc than the commercial necessities of the }<'('r. English: flag and English}: interests! in all that the 1'0111allwilllllllke\ an effort to get extending from FERNANDINA: on the Atlantic

exercises his usual control over the convention nandina bar, which already has sufficient quarters.( The Queen has become the Empress ; time the ]main to handle trunk the line fruit as! far crop as' Orange from that Lake section in to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast,

}[r. Dennis will not be a formidable water for present llllllnel'e arc at a of India ; additional tl'rritorylnftlca, this year, trailing will I be commenced thus affording( to the producer cheap, constant

candidate for the nomination. It appears} loss to know what the Sun (l/Ifl/'rf',,* Intendsby Asia and the South Sea Islands has been annexed at Palatka right away, und the road will be and rapid, transportation to the best:

to be settled that fJcn. Lcdwith I is to receive this' remark The St. Johns lltver country to the British Crown, and protectorates equipped\'\ about as: fast as: it is' in graded.this direction It markets.
WIll lie completed from Palatka -
the nomination for governor.TIIE.TACKSONYILLE is undobtcdly interested In a deepwaterbar extended over Turkish-Armenia.: The so as to cheapen} the freights on iron to The belt of country traversed by the Transit

( at the mouth of the St. Johns River. Liberals' have kept up a continual and apparently be used on the road, which will be broughtby R. 1 R. embraces:

ELECTION. The whole peninsula of Florida,11nd Middle ineffectual cross-fire on all the measures water transportation to Palatka. The
The lirrcze gives the following as the poll Florida as well, is interested in deep-water of the administration, which Parliament i }>prospect\, now for this road w e arc warranted EVERY: : VARIETY OF SQ1L
to say, j is encouraging. It thrills: the business
in Jacksonville{ up to 3.TO: on Monday : bar at Fcrnandina, for not only domestic gave a steady support to, I but the effect : community here with new life and anticipation to I be found tit the State, a largo proportion,

} White voters..................... .................. 40S! but foreign commerce. Both bars: need to of the opposition was !seen when the Minis- the railroad is the common topic of being peculiarly adapted to the culture of
Colored voters.................... .................. 42:.!!) forced dissolve Parliament and conversation t on the streets.-i Ss/m.
be improved for the benefit of the respective rry were to Sfc.Mi-TRovic.\L FKUTS! and I arty: Vegetables! ,

\ I. 027 sections of the country with which they arc to appeal to the country, which has proved Is: IT I'OSSIIILE" TIIVT FlUCIl KxiSTH IX 0 und The Isinje, Coinjxict JlmHca of Timber

The whole number of votes' cast! to close! of can do much more by combining their !struggle once In seven years is a less' disturbing ),. of LVMIIKK
polls was 1,213 ; if the same propoition of contest came up a few days since in Harper by manufacturers, :

: white and colored voters continued, there efforts to secure appropriations for both), than process! than our Presidential contests, county, Kansas. There was' an election Axe NAVAL STORKR.NEW: .

would have been about 078 white voters and to make, as is suggested by the Sun/ and : and the same end seems to )lie, accomplished: held there, an unimportant one, and yet

5fH; colored voters. The Republican} candidate Pre*, efforts( to show! that the needs of one in a way quite us effective and less t trouble when the vote was counted it was: found : SETTLERS, .

for mayor received 040 votes, and undoubtedly part of the country ore greater tlinn another. Home The policy of the Liberals is thus' that the boxes contained 2,947! ballots, although Purchasing land from this: company are furnished

t I his vote embraced most of the We have always!' understood" the Sun, and outlined by the London Times : there were only WKl It''nl'otes:\ in with entire free jmimage! on the Transit

colored voters. It will force itself upon} the Prestln advocate the Improvement of both The Liberal cabinet will maintain the the COUllt, ,.. The bOXl'i'Wl're: given the canvassing Railroad for family und personal' effect!
harbors. The fact that the harbor at Fcrnandina treaty of Berlin accordance with the public ) board und they were requested to
Consideration of reflecting men whether Interests opinion of Europe and the {policy the count the votes' promulgate the returns. to the station nearest! the land purchased.
\ of fuoh magnitude as arc entrusted to I !has already sufficient' water for the l great powers. It will treat the Angfo-Turk- They declined, however, and the (':I'C'U!' at TITLE COMPLETE:, being derived by

the municipal government of Jacksonville' coasting trade does not militate against making ish convention as: the engagement of a contingent once<< curried before the Supreme\ Court. It grant from the United States'and purchase:
the St. John's Bar also obligation. In South Africa it may argued by the counsel that the canvassing
l can be made subservient to the }political control adjacent capable' i was from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.
whether the annexation of the Transvaal
., inquire board was a mere ministerial body.w .
of sufficient water for that trade
i : of an Ignorant and irresponsible class! of affording ; was not made In error, although; the h1)Se duty it was not the question the returns
''i I voters. Fortunately good men have been nor, on the other hand, does the necessityof measure' was: approved by Lord Kimberly but only to count the votes!! und promulgate ( : ) : SOLICITED.Descriptive ).

t ': chosen at the recent election) but under the improving! the St. John's: bar militate in and fir Foster The question:< ought to be the result The Supreme\ Court declared J.\I'IlIn"
.' ( any degree against the necessity:: for the improvement treated us an open one. The new government that this' was: true, and that the board { CIRCULARM mailed on
conferred the
by caucus! opposite result
i ; }power should insist that the South African had no right to inmiirc into the legality of application.' .
is' as likely to be attained of the Fcrnandina! : bar so as to whether choose tocoutcuerutefor CIIAS. W. LEWIS
t colonieSj they votes ; but it is saiu further, that the outrage ,
open the immense! lumber business! of East 'political purposes: or not, !shall cnterInto in this' case was so gross: und apparent as to .Land Commissioner,
\ ( SIIIPPIXO VEOETAltLES. Florida to foreign commerce. The one I is such common engagements for. military tic- make it nn exception.' The returns' were
Office Beach and Seventh
In the quotations of vegetables, strawberries not antagonistic to the other. The report of fence! as shall relieve the mother country Ulallifl tJv rotten, an immense lie and cor.
l from charges"! for native wars. When this: without Value"and the board did right inrefusing .
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and in Northern cities we note the which Mr.( Yulce desires 1tf's
oranges engineer, we policy in EurO'l'mliatlc and South African : ;\ to indorse and approve' this!! lie. The
1 that there is' a marked difference in prices as i !suppose' to .J get before the committee, is an affairs has: been' carried out a point will mandamus: prayed for was accordingly refused SAM
to quality, and also: of the same kinds from official report bearing, we presume, solelyon be reached at which the Liberal Ministry if : und a new election ordered. The election BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION 1S- ti
I it is I tempted( or force! to further, must out of the Circuit Court, Fourth
go : might be
was, us expected, a county
J different places.} : Our orange growers and the Fernandinu bar, and being made by
f part company with the moderate 11I1'11Ve I tight Judicial Circuit, : in and for the County of
t :shippers} as' also the strawberry men, have an impartial government official, i is of course do not believe the Marquis( ( of Hurtington ; -- --- -- --. . .-- Nassau, Florida, m'fuvor of Sunburn Iloytit
succeeded for the first time this' season, as a important to the Interests' of Florida to have and other leaders of the party will desire togo AX OUIHXAXCI: : Co., and against James Leak & Sons, 1
further, and so far' we can have no difficulty have levied upon, and will offer for sale ut
t general thiingInsomeleetinganclpuckingnstorealize before, the 'olllmittl'e.'c
brought ( hope
in accompanying them." ,: IT ORDAINED{ BY THE COMMON public outcry, i in front of the Court House,
the highest prices! not sending poor the committee will make liberal appropriations B:: Council of the City of Fernandinu ; I in the City of Fernundina said County of

I and inferior, and using care and taste Inlacking. for the improvement of both bars, and ULl'XX Co UX'TF AOU1CULTUKALFAIIt. :;tc.: 1. That for the purpose' of defraying [ Nassau, on the first Monday month,
} The vegetable men can do the that our people will act in concert for this the expenses of the City Government, the being the Fifth day of said all the
title und interest of James Ix-ak & Sons
\ made right
following appropriations' are hereby :
same, and in the same way. If, In the usual end. Our Senators and Representatives will We acknowledge the receipt of an invitation from the collection of taxes for the year 1870! : in the following described. rl'lLlunli personal

way of putting up Irish lotutot'f1onc.thlrl, undoubtedly do all they can for both these to attend the Glynn County Agricultural For sanitary purges...................:$:?,Ooo 00 ,'property, that is : Lots 3, 4, 5, 0 and 34, in
1 I or even one-half of them were kept out on and all other improvements calculated to Fair, to be held ut Brunswick, la., on For City Officers' salaries............... 1,820! (K) block number 4, being in the City of Fernundina
Office rent, stationery und fuel...... Ilk W County of Nassau, Florida, together -
account of being small or injured, remaining advance the interests of Florida. They represent of
the 12th: Kith and 14th May. A correspondent
For cost of street lamps, material with the .l l'amIUW mill, fixtures and machinery -
would sell f4'nwre net profit than the State at Washington: and not of the Savannah Xnr says : for lighting the same.............. 100 00 on-said lots, und the water privileges -

if the whole were I'IhI' ppl'<<1. With cucumbers localities. ______________ A greater degree of interest is exhibited Allowances\ for unpaid taxes.......... 500) 00 wharves! &:('., therewith appertaining.
beans, peas, tomatoes, still greater care on the part of our farming people than heretofore Incidental! expenses: including legal; Terms cash.: PETER: CONE:,
I must be pickl'lll4l1rtclprop. FEltEllAL ELECTION LAWS.The cud the prospect is that with the increased disbursements: .............. ........... 540 !9i(; 27-td Sheriff Nassau. County, Florida
needed:: ; they stalwart opposition' to the amendment competition and the generally forward For roads und bridges.................... 300 (M) --- -
erly shipped fresh! from the vines: ; a few O. S. K ES
of the election laws, in the mutter of appointing and very fair ('otlllitioll.of agricultural &.1, 1201!15; ,
hours of delay or exposure will injure, if products, this department will far exceed inimportance !SKC.; : 2. Ho it further ordained, That for
not render totally unsalable, the shipment !; special( deputy' marshals" after a speech and display: than those of I1nof the payment of the aforesaid appropriations' CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Is why Bermuda or Nassau from Senator Edmunds, curtly replied' to by our previous fairs. The stock raisers: of this!' the sum of one per cent be levied and ('01-
There no reason
Senator Katon:, was passel on the 7th of IIl'l.tion-tif several of the adjoining counties leetel1115111( the assessed valuation of the MAXfFAtTfRKSMOULDINGS
vegetables: should rule higher than those of in the Senate by a vote of thirtyfiveayes will I'l1rtil'lpatc.-l1re determined\ on taxable projicrty of this city, and one-half at
, I.'lorhlaVlth the present coarrangementsof April bringing out a good show, and the racing least! of the aforesaid tax or (levy shall he. BRACKETS: SAWED AND
the connecting lines of transportation to to twenty-one nays-a strict part'ott'. fraternity are making extensive: preparationsfor payable in currency of the United StatesGovcnrmcnt. TURNED BALUSTERS: NEWKI-S,
It is: said that ut a Republican Senatorial trotting out the full pony strength of the STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVESTROUC -
the North ami West, which ensures: quick caucus (held the night before, it was decided district. This was one of the most! attractive SKC.: 3. The Collector of Tuxes for this city i I IS. ShIEAT111NG 1 ,
transit!! no delay, and careful handling and features ut the last fair, und will doubtless i is ordered to receive (when tendered in payment WEATHERBOARDING -
delivery, our people will be enabled to grow not to make the expected fight on it, us the 1<< prune equally( so ut this. The presenceof of the above tax) any outstanding AND FLOOR

at profit If they will use care in preparing President had determined to sign it.Mr. Governor Colquitt( which has been us. scrip or warrants: upon{ the Treasury of the NO.
\ a U.L\'l'IIIHlrt| will certainly think it an Mired by a recent communication from His city, for one half the amount of tux duo or Makes
for shipment. April fool joke upon| his labors.Mr. Kxcelkry: idraw\\ a large attendance<< und payable by any person so tendering payments Stair and Church Work
1 Brunswick i is putting her best foot forward of tax, but no bonds or coupons upon A SPECIALTY. .
1 IJIMIG1tt'0N.fN LAXIt SALES. Katon's: closing rejoinder was a.' follows fur u good display! und particularly fur the bonds, orcoiiiMjns detached from any bonds:

; We were surprised to learn on inquiry : thorough enjoyment of our visitors. There( that have heretofore been issued shall be received DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES

that there has: been great activity in the Mr. President, the honorable Senator from will be ulllpll''IJltIlUllClutiun for all comers, in I payment of any tax. OF ALL SIZES
the Vermont has addressed the Senate for u purpose us: the "Association have completed urrungcmcnts Htx,'. -t. The Collector shall proceed to the Post! Office Box 174.
public and private land offices during ; perhaps, to use a favorite expressionof ut a uniform rate for any number collection of taxes under this ordinance on Jan Fernandina, Fla.
i lost few weeks, very large blocks of State his, a design, but probably I ought not to that may arrive April' 2, 1SHI, at which time the taxes: lovicd _
and railroad lands laving been sold to parties say "design" purixtse- to affect another us aforesaid shall he due, and shall cause u A. if. XOVKJS,
abroad who will at once commence tot departmentof the government. Time will AX jjrroijr.iAT ELECTIOX. notice of such: collection of tuxes to be published -
t' show the effect of the argument which has The House Committee having reported : in some newspaper| of the city ten
t build mills and open up turpentine orchards. been made here to-day. The Democratic days prior to April: :2, I8ft0.Sw AND SHIP CHANDLER,
: that the contested! seat in the Minnesota '. 5. He it further ordained That all GROCER
I! A good deal of unimproved, party which has been assailed by the Senator ,
f also improved places, belonging to pri from Vermont I is the party of tho constitution. delegation is vacant, a new election mu-t!! collection of taxes for city puriioses: is suspended DEALER INProvisions '
The Democratic party always stands take place ut once. Minnesota has three until April 2,1&541.SEC. ; .
vate owners, hits also been sold for occupation by the constitution and the laws made in memlR-rs, one of whom is: u Democrat and 6. The Collector of Taxi shall on or Liquors, Etc. .
and cultivation. The Incrl'usl.'Ill'ntriclt pursuance of that instrument. When we one a Repubiean{ and ii]>on the result!! of the lwforel'ril' 2, lSt<0, furnish to the Treasurerof !
t of homesteads, the purchase of email tracts find law upon the statute-book that in our election to fill this vacancy much morede- the city a list of all i persons who have .
of United States and State lands, for the last judgment are objectionable and laws which {l-uds than is generally tlUPJH)!>t..I, for in the l raid tax for the year l/1iU./ which list shall AGENT FOR B. F. VERY &; CO.'S PLOWS.
conflict with the constitution, we take measures event of the election going into the House, contain the names of such persons, a description
two months has been large; all of which to repeal such laws. each State has one vote, und it requires a of the pr.n>erty on which such JIT-
shows that immigration is:: coming in. Fault is found with this bill because it majority of all the States to elect. There son has paid tax, the amount and character
Unusually the Bales of lands are only in the says that said sip.'vial deputies} are to beappointed being thirty-eight: States in the Union, twenty of scrip received from such person in pay CENTRE: STREET,
in equal numl>ers from the different I is a majority The State delegations now ment of tux and the amount (if uny) of
but this }
fall and curly winter, year they political uti:4. And the persons" so up- stand: money received from such j>erson in payment 52 tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
seem to have been continuous, indeed in }}iiointcd shall l bo IM.TSOIIS of good" moral char Democratic.......................-.18 States.; of tux, and the Treasurer of the city"is _
.. I. creasing this spring. When visiting Jacksonville acter." Republican...18 :States. hereby ordered to set apart one-third of WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr.,
took occasion to visit! the office The honorable&'natorCrmn Vermont finds Indiana-0 1 Democrats, U Republicans all money and scrip heretofore paid in for
we and 1 Gmenbackertoubtful said tax of 1S"9! which and
fault with the hill in that regard ; and I do money scrip so
of the Commissioner. of Immigration Uu- not wonder at it. Under the laws of the ... 1 State. set apart shall be refunded upon proper application GO: ER.\L NEWSDEALER,
reau, and while there met severalgentle United States heretofore have been appointed Minnesota Democrat, 1 Republican to the persons respectively who
men from the North and West who had recently as 1I1H.'I.'iallll'I\llty marshals and sui ervisors and 1 to .' .- 1 :State. paid the same in. BOOKSELLER, STATIONER,
HF..7. He it further ordained That the
purchased and settled; others who ", keepers just escaped of houses from of the prostitution States prison convicts 38 States.If orUi nance adopted February 18, 1&0; "regu Dealer in Fancy Articles,

4 had just arrived and who were about going and I beg to say to you Mr. President, that the Democrats carry the Minnesota district lating the rate of tierceutage: to be collectedon
into the interior expecting| to buy "'e the Democratic members of the Senate intend their force will! be raised to nineteen, city taxes for the year 187'J! and making CENTRE STREET, FERVANDINA, FLA.
and then it will bo in the of )Ir, De appropriations therunder," and all ordinances -
looked over of the letters receivedby to put au also many the Senator from Vermont chose to trainin IM Matyr, of Indiana, by joining with the or i arts of ordinances in conflict with Shelf Papers, I'icture Frames
the commissioner; all expressed their intention that he may do so ; and if there Democrats, to hand over that State to the this ordinance, are hereby repealed. Croquet Sets, Hand Glasses, Brockets,
company| Combs
of coming down as soon as they be any other excellent Senator upon the Democracy and give that party{ the requisite\ : Adopted. March 17, 1S ). Brushes\ etc. PujK-teries itj great, !
.,.. old homes. twenty States. On the other hand if theltepublieans T. KYDI, Also variety
could arrange matters ut their other side of the chamber who desire to lift Sewing Machineecdl-s, Oil, etc.

We are satisfied, from our IICI'll41nalolJ.4t'r.. up his voice in favor of that hear class officials, the Indiana Greenbacker carry the Minnesota can, by joining district: the, 32-U: President of Council. Clipper Inkstands.-_- -_75.cents.- -
shall be happy to -
I nation having this season been a good deal very Republicans elect their nominee. No matter .MHS. ANNE CLARKE, AN OKDIMXCi:

on the main lines of travel, that not only WOMAN SrrrataK IN 11'tscozatN.-The l legislature how the Minnesota district may go, Mr. AMEND TIlE FIRE

many have come but more will do so. For of Wisconsin! has passed, by an almost the l>e I candidates.A Matyr can, or,elect by siding oneNir with the the other minority of fTIHIRD ST., BET, CV"Tag A ALACHCA, To Be it ordained That ORDINANCE.form and

I I the present the immigration here is almost unanimous vote amidst "thunders of party prevent any election at all.l'tuuiaA .--S from the )Northern States. that 1u't.A ANDIN.t, FLA., owners of wooden buildings within the fire
entirely domestic, applause: a resolution declaring women limits be
United permitted to repair their
the buildings
The foreign immigration increasing each month, are fully entitled to exercise the rightof GEORGIA- aper says there are- half a dozen DEALEB IN THE with shingles and weather boarding, pro'i- ,
States is now rapidly will be more than four times suffrage in that State. The resolution Meriwether who del. that such repairs do nOt increase theAll .
in county
and probably colored men risk of
. fire.
in 1870. \ season if it however, does not seem to be more than a One Choicest Fruits aud Vegetables,
as stocked.
as large inure own large plantations ordinances or parts of ordinances
I less fromtERJSi
: may expect: 1 or declaration of opinion. It floes not carry and con
\ becoming near Pike county runs eight: ofkeotton CONFECTIONERIES, ETC. flitting herewith are repealed.
Honda and I abroad* and the very with it the right to vote, sine; the constitution makes over one hundred hales betiidt. Passed second reading 2Mb January, 1880
known at home of those who have settled stands in the way, and on the questionof provisions to run the (arm. successful We shall Bliss Garden Seeds, Flowers Farm and Approved and adopted February 18. ItteO/
favorable report factorto amendment the people might not be quite be glad to receive statements: of T. KYDD "tII.p
will be powerful ,
Implements. tf
the war 7
since in Florida. 3Oo.I.
here so unanimous as the gallant legislators were colored men President of Council
atract other

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LlJIlOH: JIll 11.HYesterday )n'ei'hon1L he was doing Ids duty. Now t there are two it. M. ::\\: ii. j. iiAi< iit: *v into.,

----" ------. -. -- morning as the !Reamer' Florence ways of doing ones' duty, I\IH11f this state
ANTFAcrnnxu" ( ]FruxisinxoA I (!
SEMI-W-EEXLY. was making her landing the wind! blowing hunt i is correct this officer/ evidently lack 111,1 r AMI

quits' !gale !she' bumped, the' Ilri,1i! ,'ton which the intelligence, tact nnd discretion to enable
21.. lcnrl Nt.. Xrw Vork.
FMUXAXD1XA, n.im7s'.m7ur tt X n I.: K: i: it.FMRXVXD1XA..
,) lying illo-iI'of,
: ,her| tvith'ucli fllrl.tthntthl' !him( to tin his duty in nn agreeable discreet

;-..11':1M truck 01\ which! all the' mail ha: ..s had, and courteous' manner.: The mistake Fn'TIl Si'. : ))t }.'L.1 .\.
-- "1't'III''u',1'' preparatory to being run ;ashore: i is in appointing such person to till the position. -
}r .I'r: :}... r \xrF.\rTfKF.Rs!' or
was -" .,
precipitated ,
: overboanl." Tho bags were t. "" ,.."
) .
__ -\I,, '
-- all tr'.r. ...-, ,
- -- rl'I'II\'t'rl',1l'XtTIt the' Jacksonville, which' :'- t
Cbrrraponrlr'nLq; rtI'l 1'1'i',??, /t?dlll',IILeileR; ; ; ( I !lias\ not at this writing been recovered. It Unlit-nail Convention.A "n""t- 4 "_ ; !.A" ;' 'o .d1f: .
tnfM ]"'/11'" 1I'ill,11'1?,(. ,//,,,' ., to/]1.1.01:11I.\ meeting of Freight Agents and others f.tSJ.e' :
-. Jltttiion, J-'mianiliiiii, Fin.m will probably: wash ashore!somewhere' in t the \)- m (VIIIIt1STEM'S:
interested in shipping' early vegetable* to
--- ? J4
the ; -
hay The ; -
; ivannnh: newspaper: bag) was the West hl'l,11I1 the l':: mont I Hotel in
f 1/Vl''r' "''MMfl, ; ; was ,
/ 't Knrinrn,
ttffin ,,t hr thoroughly !saturated and our Post!' ()tlict'\
imtntocr{ vn.ler the this the 7th iust. l epreentatives: i ,
clmnjr nf! Mr. l U r. /. jWA resembled city, on
a laundry in the distribution of
./ ti'/Sn rittrrmreMlwrijtti; ,,,,)*, mlrcrtlnrinrHt, of the !several roads connecting with tine'est
rand( "fI'r jill'II" Jililtc )f limon, and 11'11al.. the wet! matter about the oillee\ in endeavoring : \\ were }present. Mr. J. I.. Taylor was on.'ca1'IUI: : : : )1\\'tTlU: ; :.
heirs' lraa Oe p'qerWI mole.1"bsto11ice to dry it.
---..---- --- railed; to the chair< and :Ir. I 1). 11. F.lliott: appointed :mT"'L1.1c'g.: 11't)1)II'i'1S4( : :

Xntlcc. The Itetiltei'. 1 Secretary. AND I CASKF.TS: : ,

Wee;; J'I'II.Froll1 Monday ami Tuesday were extremely )Ir. i'. 1). Papy. (leneral Freight: Agent) of W1UTM: :1J.'r.1.XU: SlLVKll} : PLATMDTU1MMINS : (Under Formula of (!lco. H, Forrester.)

Money{ Orl:4 8W:' A. M. to T.K:( ) 1'. M. warm days ; on Tuesday night the wind the Transit: !' Uailroad, made a statement to i7.'I'OXr.XTI.Y !:\
/ laid Hl'/.d..ll'rt..1 Letters
AOII: .A, M. tn:(HII') )L ;/ nil I from :L'.nor!:' fruit M changed. ) to the east, and on Wednesdaynight the convention of the extent of the vegetable -
tn :{;.>(n r.v.. I. rain and fruit business along the line of that .; ) : OX HAXD.-r.\
Sundays from injo::; t.) I H-.V i:: t)> Y a !slight fell. On Thursday we Pi-onounced by Orange (!rowers/ the very'
M. and ;:10 5:: l to 4iJ:; ';
: )I.ARHIr experienced a regular northeaster with a road: estimating the vegetable' product- "

AXI DKPAHTfliK: : OK THE MUI.S. cold rain The' temperature fell thirty depress liftecn hundred ear loads, and hutted the \

Northern ."Vji7; -Arrives daily at ItC.'iO:: ) A. M. : and tires were very comfortable consideration of the convention to tho subject Bodies washed 1 lull dressed and l preserveduntil

Soitt/icrn JnV Closes :aI"II'{:| ) Doubtless) a 1I0'tOI'III has overspread the tip-t, of rapid transit; ; second: rates: burial, with or without the use!' of ice item! Manure For Hie Orange TreeroiursTiir.s .,
-Arrives ijj'
: ;3{ .!()
Closes : M'SC. t Atlantic coast; and up-country of the (!ulf 1I11tlcli\'i"ioln", prepayments' and )guarantee: ; Remains exhumed 1I1111plO\'t.1 in cases forremoval.
low; ) \.
J//r./s 11.Tmdrr's( Jil.11"il- State. Vernier's \prophecies seem!' likely to third, arrangements with Southern Kxpress: .

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 20: ;:! i>. M he tilled as to cold weather in April.\ Company ; fourth, mileage and whose! cars 'I'clt'gryiluielirdcrs promptly I attended 1 to.

Closes. .. :j//ri/V Mondays, i ia?and IIIIII-Thursdays\ at 8:00: .\. it'V {'I'm looking over our tiles! we find that to be used.!' .\ committee was appointed --ai"- : 1II ---_. -- .-

ArrivesMondaj! sand Thursdays; at MM:( ) .t. M. slight frosts were reported throughout the upon} each !subject.' The committee on I. :\ /' 'U'i': or \'OIU-On.\'I'IO\: : \
'fllt':401a\:4 and I'lsor State tho.ith of 'ill) with little Southern Kx: Company reported in OFT1IM) : FF.I5NANDINA AND I JACKSONV1LLM .
i! ? I'H'lays at : M. tin April, !' or no press : ('(111'LI:7'I: : .MAl''ou
\\ednsdaysandSatMavsaHi.INI 1 : I : :' st t 1. damage; that (Georgia reported\ heavy frosts favor of inviting/ that company |10 transportto } : 1\II.l\tll'mll'\: :( ) .
Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Y A1rIlOHlTY OF AN ACT OF 1'111: N(1IUS.:
killing fruit and '(' l'Iahlt':4.t Charleston market such' freights at a raft! not toexceed 1) )
Fridays I :and Saturdays at .:!:In: r. ,1. ) Legislature!' of the State of Florida entitled -
_SAM'L T. 1MD1IF.LL.: ) : 1'. .M.i the loss: in vegetable crops\ was reported\ tin }per cent above the regular rates 1 "An act to provide a general law for

at $1.NINNI, ); on Charleston necjc and in ChristChurch charged by the railroad: companies, and to the Incorporation of Uailmads:; and ('Canals"

LOCAL RKFLKCTIOXS.TUB ( parish at $30IN) ). allow the railroads the regular): rates as maybe IIIIllul'l'l'O\'t.,1) February' W!>, 1S7 I, notice i i:4 KVKIIY: : )',\n. "Cuop, I Il'rt'l'art.,1
hereby given, as required, by I'lIillId, that a
-__ h --- ag) roil upon by the general freight): agents 1
formed under the
t'OIlI'IIIIha:4 been nainu
The Fruit .
and J Vegetable Market.The
steamer .'t..Ih?.< with large mimboj' representing the lines'! in interest ; the Southern of tilt' I 1.lnts \ >\xnJvcKsoNvii.i.i;: 15 MI.-
following quotations are from C. A.ISockoven make settlement itovnCoMpvxv ho invested with all the.
of nortll-hrmnl the )Express: Company to monthly) to :
passengers was at \\liarf scientillc'
4 on Friday. She had, iV ('0., wholesale) fruit and pro} *, with an understanding that no rights, powei-s, privileges, i nil IVamhisesconferreil !' on principles produce .
quite large /
a freight of
; duce commission' merchants Xo. :Jl'JIJ:!: Xorth upon companies} : Conned I under
; .
less to be received or forwarded to a large 'ielll''r' acre.AINn
early[ vegetables.THE said act for the purj' Water street Philadelphia, April\ 2, I 1XM> : any one consignee than ten boxes or crates maintaining, and operating a Railroad for

Rrvq ore Apjirnl of the Mli comes' to us I-OT.\TOK.S.tra The rl'l'ol.t:4 accepted. public use in the conveyance of persons/ and -
l['! choice well bid...$; ldd<> S (K) .
with its wl'Ilfi1lt',1 column of editorial and \ ass'd.per} The committee on rapid transit reported l property.
('hoit'e'l1a 'orh.\I'r\ bbl... \II\ tsui) ; 7 (x'airto > The main line of said 1 Railroad! will be'
l'l\I'ralllcwII. It t wisely advocates the Intelproject I )/ !gooil.-... ........per} bbl... 4 fr\n\ ;, ,"> (H) that the }present schedule, if utilized; is sulllcicntly about twentv-oiie miles in length ; will J be DEU.KIW) : i.vPRIMM

as one of great importance to Uruns- inferior, 1I1111 orh'I.\I'r\ .:\ ."100( -lIHI) rapid, being to XII'ohrillhllur' ', constructed! )between point tin the Atlantic,

nick The associate editor, :Ir. Helper, CAnnu r". l ouis\llle 73: Cincinnati Kit, :St. Louis 7S, (!ulf and West!' India Transit:; Itailroatl, inNassau : AdRlCULTURAL! CI1 Jo:::1 w.\I

writes an excellent! letter t'rUll4avIlllnilifull ('lao ice( conditioujper) bbl.l .. 4 :.i@! .1 M Chicago J!. or about county the 'city, and of the Jacksonville St. Johns! and Ii vi'r will, at

of valuable information and, :suggestions. Fair to good,!.per bid... :II .",00( ( :, 4 t IHIiir.vxs. The committee on rates, I'I't'paynwlIll\lI\l pass: through parts ofthe counties of Nassau: HlIl.I'II.TI.UUIOXl.: ( .\,

Hrtinswick i is to lie congratulated on its : : guarantee recommend that when practicable} and I 111'a!1. J.I N. IIAHUIMAX,

Aiijifiil.THK nllll1\ol..I'l'r crate... 2M! (i, :HK( ) the rates be' made h It)" weight, 1I"llhal" }pre 1)). r-::.. MAXWMLL.( :
-- -- -- Flat ................... ......l'l.r.rat i ('... 1 7'u( '' :!."> 1t'KLIJo'I.'I'1'1.1.:1: : ::. X1TRATMSODA: ,
culture of high) -luud rice is hemming, paYIIl'ntllul guarantees; be not required. I'crnitiiiliiKt/ / /'/<(., March' /.V.W.-:UO-.Kid
/ IIKCTS.! ____ __ __ ___ ----0--
voted to the Southern I'x.prt':4:4 :
important; industry and it i is defined Thanks! were .- SUPMR! : PHOHP1IATM: LI MM:,
to Hool l to choice.pcrcrate... 1 ."iO@ 1 7.. Company and" the Kgmont: Hotel. ii. i::. oTTiitiic: : ,
lie' one of the :staple' crops of Florida. It i is t'l'ITlIlIIln.tI.: _.
- -- -
estimated I that I there are more than seven ('hoice .pen-rate.;. n (N(7( 00( Hotel .1".lt'ntH. SULPHATM! (OF POTASH, .

hI\1Hlrt'ln'n' along/ the line of the Transit fair to go,,,1..1'1'1' crate... 4H( &jii! 5HTOMATOK.S. ( ) MIIMONT HoTKi.: .-F J Kabbeth Mrs/ llah- "I:lm .\XlHXAII! 1 FLOUIDA} ,

I Railroad 1, planted in this crop and the urea : hatband child Klmdc Island ; IIt Pond, I HKAI.KU INline =" NITUATK: OF POTASH.(

i is annually (' 'asing.: It i is a :Mire crop, ('hoice, ripe.}per crate.' .. 0H( )(,;, 7 00) Jacksonville; A M I Ives, :Southern lxprrss: :
giving a good yield with t'trn.IIlIl" Fair to '",,1..I'I.r crate... 4 (IHI(,'., 500 ('m.; }1) (Jilman: New Hampshire; CC Pluey 1'umtly l.rocerlcM MURIATM: POTASH
) : more ,
; Unripe.....................pcrcrate... 2Ny! (( ;HHI Savannah ; J .\ Camp, labor than corn, and at all times commanding : Savannah1'; F Shellman: Mat-on, (;ia.;
rash in a market: subject to slight lluctuations nntxiF.>I. IHI Mlliott, Jacksonville: ; l'1' (I Jorringe): AM SULP1IATM: MA ('hoice Florida! oranges: ............. &' : o(,Ii ((5; (H) 11 Dempsey) I 1) F ."lI'klIglllltll,
makes it'remunerative Atlanta ;
__- u_ _to the grower.Chnrch 'air to 4 Mdt" AIM( ) ( ,a.; ):ben Wright/ .I'll J Wright and :servant, PUO VISIOXS.Customers SULPHATM' 1"(1)t'1'
'oortofair. 4 (NIo' 4 ir Huston ; Miss A W Smith, Mis* W LSmiMi! .p
Service ToMorrmr.PKKSIIYTKKI -
Potatoes very firm and wanted. Cabbage 1 Miss: J II( Smith. Italtimore ; \\' M Davids.) : Mricfly fore dSroiind Hone. 4
: \x-llev.: Dr. J. 11. Myers/ at Mrs: \\' M: Davidson! two children and nurse,
inn and" i1gllu I 1 demand. Means nrri'i1t1Il0'itlr
/ / can rely getting CHOICM: :
11 clack, and ilO:!<> upon
a. m. : 1' m. Jacksonville ; Mdgar: Vliet!, Tallahassee: ; Dr)
:1 TIlOIII"T-II'\ !' in bad condition, hut choice fresh:
Atkins, at 11 o'clock Wolfe, Cincinnati 'I'Imy'lute! Hamilton,
a. m., and 7'lo;: 1'. m.ROMVX lock sells: readily at quotations. Cucumicrs Canada: ; M T Watrous, Brooklyn ; F II ( lntli- fiOODS; asN0'I'lIINh Our circulars pive full |particulars/ ami are

CATHOLIC-Rev. J. O'Uovle' nt : in ;good demand: hut declining.! / 1'011I a- rie, wife and ti children) Mrs It Fletcher I mailed 1 free to ail applicants. They will\ interest ,
Wo( ::!) a. m., and 1'M:: 1 p. m. Titusville. Pa. :Mr and J1rsY/ I' Mllion: 'oulf 'Oll' are interested 1 in Agriculture l

)'t'ol'\I.-ll'\; : o. 1'. Thackara, at 11 toes (firm. ____ ____ -0. :arum I us M:; II Ogden; Miss:; II M I Ogden, { HUT THM: 11 X 1.'i'I'; HKAXDS} or Orange Culturv. 15.-(inl r
--------- --- -
o'clock a. m., and -1:0::!) p. m. I' Mtijuaid Jacksonville
Custmn-IWUHe ...hIUOltUIC'H.That Philadelphia: ; ; TIII-: FI.OICIIIA

The Southern- -iran- -e,'-* Jloulhry.'t'he it is not an easy thing to satisfy the J wife Itrown, nurse Lincoln and two, Illinois children; A, Kentucky)Alexander; C,; __ are:.kept! in stock. _ \, )

rtiutliern l\irnnr'\ Monthly' for April raveling public and the requirements: ofupposcd II Moulton, Huston ; It 11 hill Chatanooga): : <;. AVIICY: IMPROVMMMXT: ('OM II'\NY

:sustains: the high; reputation earned: l by its: : ( duty is widened by frequent com- J W :11'lilllic'I, Jacksonville: II-'t'olt: mud rpOWX
plaints in tho New York papers/ against the' rife Princeton X .J ; Eli Uaniey, ..truMI.'iitlm -
previous: issues:; and trials ably of agricultural ; ; CI I S Stone, CI S C (Codrington; Xew York ; -
and horticultural subjects, stm'k, li,.hand annoyances ami I !sometimes I brutalities I with Mr and} Mrs/ Wm :X :4trongliss 1 F .\ ;trrmug/ J I IOffers

poultry. It is:; a pleasure to handle and vhich custom-house oHlccrs employed\ inamining Albany X. Y.; II I'r"dor'lIlt'lIl) : Mass ; C I''IiItlridge :: FeriiiiiKllnii, I'
('\ the baggage! of persons coming \\ / Huston ; W H )ieckermuiil family 111.4 IVMKY AXD HOAUDlXd) / HTAHLMH.: 1.C.1Uhil.i14 I
fl'a.1011 I .
: handsomc-ly a printed from foreign Strict watchulness New York ; Cdlcad IVct.M 1>, Hridgcport: TUWIIM" on II. It. line, ft'
: are charged.
price of the Monthly I Is only $_ per annum. Conn ; Stephen Smith Hurt, Xew York.MAltlMK : AND} WAiOXSTo t

Address. J. 11,1.] .till, Savannah, CJa. is: no doubt required at that great h_ __ and from :Steamers' and Trains. AIM ('.. enter of travel from abroad l ; but the press

,1 GeorulaJJrcu. have, without exception, held these olliccrso COXTIIACTS FOU JI.\UfIXO, Mrc.:

The steamer City! of Hriilyrtun from Savannah tl ,strict accountability for the manner: in JV>rt of I'crnuniUnd. FOU HVI.K :

on Tuesday hllll1l1 )board over loo) ex- which they exercised their functions. HIGH WATKK. ]HOUSMM J : Hl'ill; >: HAUXKSS: to Ix-sseeH: and Purchasers a large

of whom Our attention has been called to this nuinher of the most eligible and desirable
(cursionNts sixty-four! were members : : O.HTHX}) WAfJOXS.and .
Sunday, .\l'rilll....... ll.'l): : e. )t. !Oi.'tf:: I'. )1.
) / of the l Kutaw: Glee Club of Augusta, by complaints made at our own port' of Monday, 12.......... !lIfi): 2! A. M. 10:15: I'. M.Tuesday $i1-'fllta4: (J.ib1I."t.yilllce Lots, Hiiitable for Htisiness!! Purposes, or fur I:.

(!a.. on their way uj thl'mtiful1t.} : Johns the rough! and annoying:: manner in which lt..JIJJ2: :: A. )1. 10.V: > I'. )m. ( Stable! -First Street, near City or Hnburbun Ri-sidences,

(In their' way home they stopped l over in our the custom-house inspector!' at this: port, Hroom Street Wharf. 4tf!
EXTKUKD.April : :
city on Friday, and l vi.-ited, the ditleivntplaces .man, performs: his flllld iOIlIl. IVr- -- UPOX ]MAHY: TKUMS.Liberal .
7. S. S. Wenltrn\ Ttnu, Hines, Xassau. .no.\<:iciir: "O'JHI.
of interest! They left per steamer ons: arriving here' from Nassau I by the Mal
.\nril 8, S. H. City of l>nll same: day. ory steamers are nearly all of the visitor York.April. MIW. HUFFIXdTOX( Discounts on Values allowed to

------ c1a"I'r: naturally they bring with them 1)). St tr. ."ii. JuJu'II, Vogcl, Jacksonville. BY parties engaged (in manufacturing or indus

Veyetables from ..V(1ssau.. little mementoes of their !sojourn in the Isamls April H, Tereiut .1. Krnir, Perkins, ConxKii: or PJXK AND FI>OHVTII STKEKTS,
i Florida is: not after all quite the most Wilmington.! trlull'lIt'rlrilit.", who will erect on the property
, articles v.hich not dutiable
are in
vegetables' for the C LE.t: uD.: JurkNoiitillc, .'1".
1 Southernvti\ \ for raiding ): purchased 1 substantial! improvement
1I'"tl fart there is hardly any thing to K- procured 1 April' 8' H. H. WfKtrnt\ Twin, Him. New
Xortliern! market. The steamer *
;( ill Xassau on which duty is )levied that York. TKUMS $1.50 AXD *:2.OO PMU: DAY, for residence, or in which to conduct their

TejriH reached 1 here Wednesday: with a !1) Str. .':i. Julunr'ngel, Charleston.
April t.
voiilil he any! object to a jicrson to bring. business.IXDL'CKMMXTS! .
freight of 1,525:! crates, principally tomatoes, .\Jtril1U, S. S. City of J>nll Travelers/ and especially ladies, pack their ,
fromXassau : : 'i) MAXUFACTUUKICS : -
ami ninety-three liarrcli: of vegetables; -
ranks with are, and\ they are always 1
fur Xew York. :Some:; of the vegetable cwell <> Mitir.Tv iiitoTinit WMLI: ,.KXOWX IIUUHK] : IS 'MX-: : :I by exemption' for a term of years from
tilled that\ it is with tlitlicnlty they/ can :
locate! and been
.t having
Arredomlo who rally reno-
from about taxation offered the, several cities and
growers by
Le closed, it being a feminine j.rularity toMe vatal I throughout; will he kept as' H llrst-clasH
have examined the Nassau vegetables*, '
say how much they can make one trunk TT1KIIXAXIII.VA: FLOItlDA, house.! The Proprietress having, had ex- towns. Apply to I
they lu nut compare in quality with the } l>crience IWlthorth and South will spare 1 '
( luld. Again): they neatly pack' a xatchel for r/rlllcecor. lleiu-h .t 7th m+ts., Fernandina
Florida shipments. :Still they do anticipatetho no mains (for the comfort: of her patrons, in
the voyage; with toilet articles and the 1)ci.sary making the house me-like a. in the IB-tf
Florida tomatoes, being: in the starketearlier M\Xff.UTCHKK.S: AND I'K.\LKKri: I.V .... any :il-tr: ----- .
In-longings: of a lady traveling. ei .
)by a few days. The tt'eitrnt Tamil -- ;-rTRY.
The duty of an inspector: of custom-
5th and will AXCH:I. A IHMM:
left Xassau on :I..ntlathc ,
louse baggage is a very delicate ono, andequires Ktocs' IloaferN" uiul ICiiiiKTIX .''''. t i.' '-
reach New York on Saturday; or Sunday. .... '
-.- -- -- great tact and IMlitell'tolllLot well as! 1 >AKiiLS AND: COXFKCTIOXKRS: A W. LOHMAXX'SFAMOUH

The City Election. the exerci-e of sound discretion These AND KiiKirr: inox w.lm.UOOt'I 11. t

The City Council met on Wednesday! nightto qualities are very generally found in the\ in- Cno'ECroccricl '

canvas the reform of the city election m'pectow along our Canadian frontier, where O AND (WTnmm.: : Comfort: cud ToburcoM, ,
]held on the th. The return made by the it !is the rule to employ tystrttrtisand (intelligent Prepared Flour. .

inspector W'rl'.1 informal that the Council gentlemen on both sides of the line. TOYS .\:ND IXCYltTICI.JH.: l. M )

were unable to definitely act upon them The/ employment of a colored man for this

the returns! :giving in the city ..ruper i only duty here shown U want of judgment in the Just rccivtsl-a large c-onsignmcnt!' of Weddings, Kntertainments: and Picnics ONLY 1"1C.: .: TH 1'ER'I'OU\'D: ,

the return of votes cast: for one ticket. This collector. Naturally, apart from the prejudice :Stove. The "COOK'S JKWKL": : i ill appn- (uru ?he I -
f it was proposed to supplement! by I the tally- of Northern j-ople generally to his race tom prices, atANOKL'H
] priately namt..l-it is a jewel.'e will not : : IIA K Kit: Y.Centre ,
I lists, but it was finally decided to refer it to be is apt to he endowed with two qualities 1 Street '.tf AT OLD I'. O. HUILDIXO.W. .
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a committee report on Thun-lay evening. I I by no mean acr'ahll--t'lf-'II.t'it; and official he undi rsmdd.! 2S Opji. ,III'. (1. Huilding.p -
1(. n.\tTJXUUIT,
The Council again met and the committee I, arr*gance. .\ northern" gentleman 1 I ly riKCOXD: ST., OPPOSITK: : P. O.FOIC AUE.VT
\H: ".'(: U'I'IX ,
arrived hem from XasHauom
rcjxirttHl in acconlance! with the vote given recently .

by: u".. The I V.uncil I thereuj- procecdeti 1 I, laciit-s very severely on the style of ill"'t.'t'-j I IUX.: O XT U A CT OU .\ X D U UL D K: WIIOLCXALK A5U kETAIL

inaugurate the new Mayor and Council. .\ I tinn practici-d by the colon-d in"|iect< r. He I : : : NICE: HOOMS Volt P.KXT: ]) l"CC'JlJJtSi: > 3TOCK DKALKlt: y
t pantry t was read again the qualifying oC says the contents of trunk! were needlesslydbtiirUd. I I. CITY. MAUT, corner of<<'( .ui .\ "Street, 1 la-tween Scroml and Third), ) ANDhealer
tre and Third 4trcrlm .
"* :Ir. it ban, alleged in theprotect that ladies were npuirtil'' to exhibit -
Haley a.i mayor ; Al-Mi the tH..unol above Messrs.' SydellA }'lmS.XIHt't.: .\. '
story .
: : : : : IIKKF 81'KCIALTY.HK :
the whole contents of their satchel, to
that he ineligible
) wa I 1/t',., 'fmttlib and Thirell"trt't.u.
time of the cet:tbun. He .Wla: !however, hunt out und-rweur, etc., fur the natUfaction I }J. JWlWXKY.3itf : Order* and estimates from a dUtunce carefully ) iM STREET: Wiuitr,

ItWurn; in. ._ r of th insl'( .'tur. I iVmbtless: the officer fancied In the City }IJ". attendeil to. .. LS-t( I lU-tf 1'rItx.tNDLN.1.F1..1.

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!! )' run hold. 'rnOI'Ull"lId Siil-'rno1'1.11i I" 1U;IT 'I'ICIll'S.: UOSI.S.: IH.C: 'ID- 4\ \ TOm: SClIKDn.lciivl .I'::,

; of the Sky (rCHH; .....II\.IncanI.x: : : : siutt itsnmi 1"I.O\"I:nix
: is done; ,............- .
:- hy, "' : XoOCKAX: DAXUKI5S:
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run. Performed by the new nnd l elegantly appointed ,.
( !steamship) ADMIRAL): (sidewheel), ,
from school, NI'\1'.4x11: (CHOICE: VARIETIES: : Iliuldcd. Orange Trcrm MADE) : SPECIALTY. according to the following schedule, :

)Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.Passengers ; r 41
.1 : .I
the dell ; --- ( from Savannah leave by 1 steamer! t"T' I

!! full. City of Itridgeton, on Saturday 4 1'. m. LeaveFcfnandinu .iiW L
: dwells. ",2 Send for HI') ('ril'lin'> Catalogue. or .Jacksonville\. ). Transit Railroad : .J _

AMIKItT: I. Itlllll'la.l.; train :Monday morning), Arrive at .'::" "--""' -''' --
feet: Key West Wednesday; morning. Arrive at -
Itf JACKSONVILLE( / :, FLA.SANE011N Havana Wednesday afternoon. TUB STEAM EliS: .
\ to bring ; .. ..'
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} -- Returning/ leave Havana: Thursday<< even "CITY IIRIDGETON)( : ,"
so! sweet, ing. Leave Key West t Friday IIIOrJIill Arrive ('upt. Jons FiT/oEimn,
-gay thing! & HOYT Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at "
I Jacksonville/ and Fcrnandinu by, Trans-it "11.\) YW ('IA IlK.

: ) such wine SKCOXD: STREET: ; NKAR CEXTRK: :, I Railroad, :Saturday: ('wninallllllt/ Savannahby : Captain' \\'.\IW,

(' :'! ? steamer: City o'f; Itridgeton; Monday morn After having undergone ('xtl'lIi'4hr'pni:1.: : ,

( (. grass shine, WI10LKSA1.K: AND RETAIL: ing), thus forming the shortest possible !sea: are now in FIRST-CLASS( :; ; ORDER) : in every
route between the! United States and Cuba. department, and will perform the

} and ups? GItOCIRS H'" 1 1* (! IIANILEltb PASSAGE( RATIOS.Cnliin.: :

( the hills:!, Kfcurfiun., hl'tw'na'aIllHih:: and Florida, connecting tat
life is: pure AM DKU.EIU IN- Savannah to 1Il\"ulla.I: : ) :$4S! 'it) Savannah: with the first-das) :Steamships:! (
Fernandina to Havana..... :2i; 00) ::1i4; (noJarksumiyillttimIFavana.
: : (ills : I HAY, I I C'OKX, |I'I I OATS, I I HIIH'K, I 111.13(1| :, I I ACM I : ..... :..lfilMI< ( ) :a s 5o) of the f Ocean :Steamship; << : : Ualthnore Co. for New and York Itostoii )- .
also with Philadelphia' ,
<<1 be poor? For staterooms and tickets' apply' to LKVK: Steamers.
& ALIIN'S'1'ourist:; OUices.
: hours ; Savannah, Ga.-Corner Hull amid Hryanstreets. UOIXU KOITII.Ihirhl .
A LARGE STOCK (OF 1'UI1N1'f1'iti.1L\VAVS' : OX H.\ n. C,1LeaveSavalmnaii.iomlay.Vernon-
: t : : : ((, ) -
] F'rllllllllillll-Ej.lIIollt lintel A. L. MEIs-I : .
) : and (lowers: Afternoon.
_,2.- flL. ._____ ,_ _ LEX: Agent.Jacksonville t. Friday
:! our childhood's, ''' Arrive I..rllllllltill: ... 1'u'llay Evening!
TnLORIDA: <: RAILROAD.JACKSOXVIU.K : \ -Corner Hay and fine reefs. ; i
: \ 10XDKXSKD:; TIMK CARD: Evening.
.\. C. LAN1'IFIRIgentSt. : :
City f
/ fur April.I FI.A., March I I 11'< 1"I!) ,I! OF T1IK 1 A\1g-w.tillt--OIl the B:1B.. F. ARMSTRONG : Ll'a'c1I"IlIl1Iah..1:; IJd"W'fJ/I.7 ul day.IteruoumiSahtr- '

i .\..TJ.TICtLl WEST I IXDIA) TRANSIT ( Agent., :2U-tf_ day Afternoon.
On basis i of On and after (his:! date Trains on this:! Hoad -- -- ,;
a I :; RAILROAD); Arrive Fcrllnllltilla'chl1'III: Morning
will run as follows) : I ('1LIIILIS'roN, S A VAX\AII ,
I :! cotton, the Presi 1 PKXIXSULAR: :; RAILROAD) :Sunday: : Morning.
; : : : '( ')' Cotton Plant DAY) PASSENGER, (I.xnI'1'l"XII.: :; .\Y.) ( \II\irLln lirniicli) AND FLORIDA Arrive Jacksonville: : ....:....Wednesday Noon.At .

1'K i Leave Jacksonville N5o\:: "\. :M.Leave AXDCUM1IKRLAND STEAM: : PACKET: ('O\II'\: Y."TI rive 1'alatku..ll'rdmwday Evening.UOINU !
: : planter's profits!
Baldwin !IIO) :! ) .
t : : \ [ f ROUTE.In :.
TER l'IIElHTI.B.Tllcllew .
4i} per cent. If Leave Luke City .........................11'W:: : .\. 111./: / NORTH. :
1 I :! : to the percentage Leave Live Oak. 1:00:( I'. Kjj'ect Fthrunry bi. IttitO.j City lirblyctoii! -Llot'a'c
Palatka'... ......... Afternoon.Icave -
1 Iron Palace Thursday
) :! realize1J per Arrive at Savannah 1'\.1.\: ) i*. :M. : : : ...
Is too i Leave Savannah HUO\ ) :M. Jaeklloll\.III.1 hllo) : ) high an : A. j' OOIXO SOfTll. KT. J()I I\I1,

\ Probably. :51 per Leave Live Oak.'.. 5:55): ); I'. :M. i I "I""Ctl'llltll, ('II....................... 2.1.1 p. M. .Leave I'truantlina..Sumiday8.3(1p.ui.I'riday.lrriyeSmn mumuah.IoudayIurnitg:; :{ Saturday .

I ( (' estimate: of I Leave I oil 'C City 5KI: p, :at. i I Leave Macon, f Ga......................... T.I" i>. M.Leave Morinng.Dnr'ul : .
: of 1 less: : cotton and Leave Italdwin I .d:0.i: pi M.Arrive I llrunswick .......
Ga ........... '(', potatoes etc lit.Jacksonville J HU.\: I'. M. ..... -
Arrive .
Fernandina Fla...... .......tu.15.t. M. Leave F.rIJallllilla.1'ui'olla\ Evening, Friday -
| : : in more profits:! to :MAIL AXD)) KXPRKSS: :::: (DAILY.) Leave Fernandina........................10.'H: } A. :M. t 1 Kvening.

r I : prosperous' of the future and I Leave Jacksonville. 5D;: I'. M. Arrive Baldwin Fla...........,.._........ I.:!., I'. _M._ --.:; fttmi'iU'i" .;;; --- Arrive :Savannah..Wednesday Night, :Saturday : -
: of cotton. Leave White House.................... i":15': I'. :at. Leave Baldwin Jacksonville..... 1.:44: > '. :M. -=- 1/ Night.I
Leave llaldwin......................:. 7IMJ:( I'. :M. '1 Arrl\"c.1lIl'k!< \" e'um.lloute( ).. :!..'J.) p. :M.Leave CAPT. LEO; Yon EL.: NOTE: -On both trips' South and North, ,tf

i : : ,;.-The vegetable Leave )Darby) vi lie. 75: I'. M. litld\Iii fir.chlr. Key...... l.f 0) r. M. Will leave Fcrnandina for Jacksonville. Palatka the All David 'lark will t'allut all way landings .
trips' terminating and starting from
L'II1awll.rlloll.: $:07
: ; fairly :started for : P. M. Arrive Waldo (Junction( 1'. R. 1)) .. 4.111'. M. and intermediate landings!I on St. ..Iohlllmn.r. < Fernandina: connect with Transit Railroad '
{ month Leave (Olustee. SI.'J: I'. ar. leaOVertldu I .......... ......... ............ 4.20 I p. M.' and Savannah. mend Charleston as follows : and
: : u behind Express'Train' to from Jacksonville, nnd
lot'IIIt.. Carrie. !.1:11.1): : I'. u. Arrive: Gainesville........................ ;'1. I.. M.Leave : there with
Steamers nnd
The ,ship' Arrive LukeCity. !.1.1111':: () M. Gainesville......... ............... .1'/1'/ M.Arrive From )Fernnndiua. ) for Jacksonville and the St. Johns also to from landings
to and from
f Leave ]Live 2:1'1.\! on : Gaines
of peas' asparagus, : M. Cellar Key ......... CI'III!> : I'I t. I'alatka'fhursday, April' ,1, rt) .\. :M. VilleI'uldn .
(Cedar Kl'.t .
Arrive Tallahassee.,.. 7IH:< ) A. M. ; : ;;rth.f ( Tickets are!
before cabbages Trains:! to Jacksonville; and;;; ; Itald; I :Sunday; 4, !O.t.31.i
Still\ thecold Arrive Albany...........................10:15: .\. M. win \ sold through to and I from all the abate
) daily. Thursday, 1'f, ) A. M.Sundav .
and when
points' Steamer of
City Itridgeton
Arrive Savannah. !II>;OO I A. :M. "
everything back: OOIXO XOKTIt. 11, 7 .\. M. runs through between Savannah and Paint-
Leave :Savannah; 4'iO: I'. M.IANIVC .
( (' ']': will liml J Albany 4'K:' ) I'. M.Ix'ave Leave Cedar Key.......................... 4.15 IJ .\. :u. Thursday, 15; 5) A. M. ka, passengers also: have the choice of going
(' Our mar ) Tallahasseo '.. 5:15 I'I. Arrive I (Gainesville! ....................... co.'" .'I .\. M.Ixiive :Sunday; IN, t) .\. M.Thursday \by rail between' Fernandina and Jacksonville. -
: \'\' loss:! from the I Live: _. :_):.1.", ] Gainesville; ..........*............ $..i4) ,\. M. ) 1 '_':2, 4.t.31. .
cave : \ M.
/ << during the (win ]Leave< latke :'l JIO Arrive Waldo, (P. l'. l'. .111I 1(..)...... !CJ 1 UM .\. \1. Sunday, :21 I. 4 .\. M.Thursday For State-Rooms, Tickets' and all other
: A. :M. :
II! up their loss: Leave Mt. Carrie City 4:1H: A. >t.I ]Leave Waldo............................... ;11.55 .\. M.Arrive :!9!I, 5 .\. M.: particulars' apply to the following Agents

1 f: / JI'yi.'lt'r, ..1'c'/,2'. ,. la I ave (Olustee. 4:10: A. \1. I Ituldwin I_ i ....................".......I'J.1- p.N., From' Fernandina for Savannah and Char and 1 Otlices :

Leave Sanderson. 5:20:: A. :M.I (Leave Jacksonville (Cum. Routc.11.15) .t. M. lestun'l'ttesday.' :J : :Savannah: : Ga.-Cor. Hull amid Bryan Sts.I ,

REMEDY I Leave 1 Darbyville... i'Ir: ,)> A. M. Arrive Baldwin............................I.!.:< Leave Haldwin\ ,.,..................,...,.. (11:10!: ) A. M. Tuesday! !1)I, 12: M. Fernandina Fla.-At the Kgmont Note
.................12.40 I' \J t. "
1'II'e'hitl.llolll 7:0."i Ihldwiiil.: : '" : it: 2 I'. :M. and to Cupt.' Jno. L. Rouniillut\ Agent. /IJacksonville
t Jacksonville J 1't1111111(1inn3.1; I 15 I'. M. Friday; :20), !II) p. :M. Sts.t Dr.) J L'Kngle's Drug Store A. C. I 101m- .4
On Mail nod : Cars ; :::::::::::::::::::::::: : : ;
and Lungs Express:! Train Sleeping : Leave lirunswick .(OI) I'. M. Tuesday, :2t:I. !II .\. M. phere, Ticket Agent; L. Hungerford, \ I lAgent.
run through to and from Jacksonville: and' Leaveluaua..........................:.... ttIO.t.\ M. Friday,' 27, 1 I'. M.Tuesday \J

east' of the pul- Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping' Cars: run Arrive Atlanta Gu; ....................... 1.15 p. M. ::11 i I. 3: r. M. :St.; Augustine, Flu.-On the Day, R. F.Armstrong .
Hafe through to and from Jacksonville nn.ITulTrain:'! to Cedar Key and South of Itald Close: connection made with steamers for Agent.Palatka .

reliable) organs remedy a Is IlIhulIl
A\ KU'S FKRXAXDIXA EXPRESS: :::: (DULY.) ) PENINSULAR: :; RAILROAD)), : for (Oekhru aha River ; also at Savannah Agents.

\' PECTOHAI. is Leave Jacksonville.... ................11:15: .\. :.. ( IlirlriullrunrG.\\ ) with steamers: for Xew York Philadelphia: GUSTAVK l ; LKVK.General ;.
a remedy, and 110 Arrive Jal.lwlll.I '::;s 0) I'. :at. and Baltimore I and at Charleston with :steamers Passenger: ; Agent.

\ 1lCutly mer Arrive Fernandina: ...................... :1:40: I'. at. ioIXG Sol'TII. : for New York Hoston Philadelphia Hal- W. F. HARRY: ,
contiilenee of 1 "Fernundina.Il)...'....) .t. \1. Leave Waldo Junction I ................ I'
I Llic. It is a sci. Leave A Haldwin............................ 1:20: ) I'. :at. J Leave Hawthorne( I ........................ -, .40 .\.111. linn Railroads for routes: North, Kast and J. N. HARRIMAN,

combination of Arrive Jacksonville 2.V: I'. M.Passengers Arrive Lochloosa......................... X.IO..111.. West. __11_ u.. __ Manager.JIAIIOKY'S ._ ,
medicinal principles : for Fernandina and Cedar Keytake OIXU XOUTII. FIRST-CLASS:; I'\ :oEXfllm; ACCOMMODATION'S. : '

?' and tnmtive virtues this train. Xo train from Italdwin to Leave Lochloosu) ..........................10.00( ) A. M.Leave ) i

of tUe tiuest drugs! Cedar. Hawthorne.... ..................10.45? .t. M. Through Tickets:! and Staterooms :secured!
united of Key on Sunday.COXXKCTIOXS. : : ;
i chemically STEAMSHIP: : ;
r :: LINE.
Arrive Waldo JUII.tIOIl..I.I. p. )I.
and all information furnished ollice FLOHlU.\4
at corner
Such |power as to insure : .-At Ha 1 11wll111 I :
the greatest )Possible W. I. T. It. (It., for Cedar Key, IhaAtdVFllc .Trainsfrlnt\Vuld41tol.41chhps1andreturu:! and : Centre and Second: ) streets.20ly -
,lr etttcieuey anti uniform. and! Fcrnandimi, and all points North and Tuesday, Thursday) :Saturday. : C. _A. ; :... t

et PECTORAL ityofresults.Itstrikesat West ; at Ijike CIIfor Tallahassee l Albany< CONNECTIONS. Only Direct Miie to New York.
.MAHY'.S ItlVKIl: 1'.icKET.rjiii .
the foundation of all
11I111't 1 .
Savannah:: and all"points Xojth t ;
pulmonary diseases affording prompt relief Jacksonville with St. Johns Uiver h'nmClol and! and is adapted to patients of I
rapid cures J. S. McKLllOY and 4i&
ers) to and from all points North, EastVcst:
the any age youngest or either children sex. Being take very it readily.::palatable In, W. M I.'tnsoxluster'I'r:! i qi u. Northwest Ilail '. f.0-.'"

ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Superintendent.- AT :MACOX OA., :::'--- :./. ---- ---
Bronchitis, Influenza, Clergy man's 1 With Trains fur Eufaula: Columbus, Gu.,
Sore Throat, Asthma Croup, and Catarrh 'LAGG S Montgomery!,; Mobile) and New Orleans. : STEAMER FLORA

TOHAL are magical and multitudes are annually CAPT. JOIN ItlCIIARDriON
Narsa GIT HARD. \'"ithl'\\' York and 1''rnmlllitHtl'a1l1*
from serious illness by its
timely and faithful use. It should l* keptat TWICE AI LONO.CUeuei ship m Line from New York Ill Whl'loo4la\" WILL RUN OX THE ST. MARY'S Idler -

hand in every household for the protection ) Cored Tithant Crajji-Z) tbi Syrt n.CORE to.,11) a. m., and! fur New "k min l''riduV. at during the seiison as follows:! : CITY OF AUSTIN: 1\
I' it affords in sucl-en attacks. In 3.10 p. III.; from Nuttut. N.1'.. on \\.lut'S- Ix-ave, MAKY'K: KVKRY .MOXDAY andTHURSDAY ,
Consumptionthere day for :\1I.'laU..1'.. un 1Vctlmiesbn a
'Vhoolliug ('ongh and 11 ; MORNING at 0 oVlotk forFEHXAXDIXA CITY OF I
Chills ind Few. DALLAS.
is no other rewedy so efficacious tWAS1 \VithGeorgiaand Florida Inland "Steamlx : ; anti will leave FERXAXDIXA

soothing, and helpful. tinrfomplaiut. ( ut Co. from tavunualmonTncMlayVerlnes.Dltpepei same days at 8 a. m., for CAMP PIXCKXEVand STEAMER OF TillS LINE WILL
_, Low prices are iudUl't'UhHlts 10 try some 01 i.. Ixiouat day, I.'rida.IIIHI Sunday; for Savannah: onTuesday all intermediate landings: on the river. A leave Ftus.'VIS.InHY: : THURSDAY
the mixtures or w/niade of cheap PAS Friday: and :Sunday::; -
many syru Returning KVKRY: TUKSDAY: and FRIDAY for NEW YORK and from NEW
and ineffective ingredient now offered i Kenralgia, Charleston Steamers St. JuhiSi and ; YORK,
I. With : ) (
will arrive at ST. MAIIY'S at 5 p)I. 111.. Pier :20 East River! EVERY FRIDAY for
which as they contain no curative qualities errousaess, City 1'oint) from :Savannah and Charleston: touching at FKEXAXDIVA.: Florida at :3
ran afford only temporary relief and are and for Savannah and p. m.
Rheumatism Wednesday Sunday; On WKDXKSDAYS: : ] and SATURDAYS
This Line
having no transfers to make
and patient.
sure todi'ceive disappoint Charleston Monday and\ Friday. will leave ST. )1.\Ry'li at Si50 1 1::< a. m., and can between Jacksonville and
Diseases of the throat and lungs demand CostivtMM With Steamer Plum daily( to and from St.Mary's Xl'Yurk.otfcrs I
be c-Iiarteriil! for excursions:: toDllllgfllt'MM
,T the best and
and it is dangerous : cheapest ,
active and effective treatment; Female x Gu., and bcmi-weckly to and from transportation to Florida -
experimenting with unknown and St. River landings. & ''' '' hll'Il') ')'!!" I
cheap medicines from the great liability that Weakness Oranges will receive >i>ecial care in !hand
these diseases may, while so trifled with Sick i: Nervous AT \LPW1X, FL A., and( other ]point of interest! in the vicinity ling.

ht+t'ome deeply seated:! or incurable. Use Beadatbe. +* With Trains for Live Ouk.Tullahu', and of Fcrnamlina. 1'E:; ACCOMMODATIONS: :; ARE
A nu'l6 CIIEKKV PECTORAL: and you may all iK,ints in Middle and West! Florida. FI1tST-CLASS.:; .
confidently expect[ the best results. It is a TheeePedel'mreill Disease! br Absorption. No Through, (tills" of IdUlhl''
stautlardmedical known and j'olllOnotUMf'dlcll1eJ&rl'lI.Q AT LOC1ILOOSA, FLA., The traveling public are offered the advantages
pre1arationof Into the" Stomach. The Pad.arewornoverthePut by MALLORY'S LINK Steamers:: )'!! to all of
acknowledged:; curative power and is as cf the Stomach> covering the Great Nerve Ontrrg.also With Steamer! Alpha for all !points andlandings a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT
cheap as its careful preparation and fine the Liver and Stomach. A gentle Vwtable on Orange Luke, oil arrival I of Pen p ingredients: will allow. Eminent physicians 1'onici ahoorbed I intothecareulatton01theDtootand I insular Railroad Train. Jacksonville with all steamboats for all

knowing; its composition prescribe it in their Kidney Liver.:purifying to healthy the Olond.action l and itimulatinK strengthening l.lyrrand the ATUA1XESVILLE; ; EL'., 011l1.1101i points on the St. John's, Ocklawaha, and
practice. The test; of half a century hasproven Staaucb to digest food. Pates OF PAD II AND rJEACH. made with the New York and Nnannahtt'tmlt.J'tI. Indian Rivers) and with the Transit Railroad
its absolute certainty to cure all pul- : SOLO XT ALL DaUOtillT1,or sent bF1&11 With Stage: Line for Ocala. I and Taiupu on at Fernandina for all railroad stations
or Kyprcsa.Miuiufuctared: Monday, Wednesday and .Saturday ; from Murk all goods Care of Steamer: I
: monary (complaint, pot already beyond the at S9 ft 41 None ,LIBIBTT 8t. and Sun Flora, Fernandina." in Florida :
Ocala I and Tampa TUl'SlI'I'rilla.\
!f reach of human aid. b.u.Tuloa., Milo

: .
r : Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., \T l't.I\\B: KEY FLA., ) Excursionists; and Tourists will LOWER THAN BY INDIRECT LINES FtTitandina. Fla.) With Tampa :Steamship: 01.'. Line for find this a very attractive trip, as the scenery
y Practical and Aualytlcal Chemists ---"- Tampa and Manatee Monday and Thursday is grand and alligators and other game are fit Through Rates and Kills\ of Lading

t Lowell Mass. 3I X Ill X 1 X C! ut 4 p. in., and for Key West! Sunday and abundant. to all points.rSteamers. at
Ii J For further information apply to .:r"'
o R 0 0 M S Thursday j) m. } } of this Line sail direct from
,--BOLD- BY 4LL DBtOUUT EVCBYWB1KZ.TTA'UEK -- With the United States! and Havana Fast JOHN RICHARDSON, FKRNANDINA to NASSAU:; N. P., under
I NE'R MAXACJKJIEXT.GEORUIA.. (Opposite the Port Office,) Mail Steamer: .."".incl for Key West, Havana 35-tf Fernandina, Fla. contract with the Bahamas Government.
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Cul>a, on arrival of SjH.t-ial Train evenTues anti are the only steamers that land ut the
R I[. HO1IIRK> PROPBIETOK.plUVAJE day aRemirpnt,11t 4.31); p. m. From Havana, WM.' II. C. DUIIYEE, pier in Nassau.

l\iha. and Key 1tttciultrouttonnuMt Saturday. Spe: Ii. W.
house every,

UO.\RD REASONABLE. No pains sj'ared to With Steamer Jltt i>oints on the C. H. MALLORY ft CO.,
ST., MABY'B, suit customers.MASONIC.) .173m Suwannce UJ\'t'r. on 'lhunlays at G a. m. CEXTKE ST., KE.IB R. R. DEJVT, l'ier'O: East Uh'er.t'w York. 2-tf
-- --- -- I j For information nwpciiiiiff routes, rates _

il .-There will be a regular ('Omt'! l'., apply to }'InDIX.'L.: \. Dr. AICTIiriC C. FORD,

. J. W. TlIOlI't. of the Keanarge House uf Amelia 1.0tIgl'0.47., : Gen'l Ticket A. O. and 3hcDONI.LL Pass. Agent.. Hay, Corn, Oats.
F. it A. M.. on Monday evening February DENTIST
Mountains .
I m White l'ruprietor.fansient 23tl: at 7) o clock bhartt.! Transient brethren i _D .j.. MAXWELL. lien'1 l;upt._21SUHSCRIHK 1-tf ,
rates, 2.50 |per (fa)'. Liberal are fraternally invitetl to attend. -' Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alacbua
terms made to those desiring board by the W. F. SCOTT, W. M. : TO THE MIRROR. $2 PER JOB PRINTING, in every style and at ,

week. 11 tf I JOHN A. WIHTSKV, Secretar-, $1 for bix months. lowest rates at the MIBEOB office 48 tf FERNANDINA,114.

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